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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLE'i JLN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1872.
JOHN H. OBKKLY, JClttor and Publl.her.
TKKM9 OF TUB DAILY HUIXCTIN :
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Three month" ,
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TI1K DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN
John H. Oberljr hti reduced the ubcrl
Uon price of the Wkkki.y Caiho Hui.i.ktin
to OM Doltar per annum, making It the
of New York j
TO TICK FRUIDBNT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
OUST AV US KCKRNKtt.
FOR SECRETARY OK BTATB.
FOR AUDITOR OF TURLIC ACCOUNTS,
FOR STATE TREASURER,
CHARLES N. LANPUIER.
FOR ATTORNEY OFNF.RAL,
JOUN B. EUSTACE.
VOX CLERK SUPREME COURT NORTHERN
FOR CLERK SUPREME COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BROWN.
FOR CLERK OF SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
R, A. D. WILBANKS.
FOR CONGRESS EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT,
GEOKGE W. "WALL,
of Perry County.
MEMBER BOARD OF EQUALIZATION.
of Randolph County.
"WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN II. OBERLY.
STALE, FLAT AND UNPR0F1T-
Somo of the clitrge urged sgslmt Hon.
George W. Wall by tbo Radical! of this
diitrlct are about u ridiculous and un
founded a many of thouc brought against
Horaco Greeley by tho worihlppers of
Grunt. Most of tho Radical newspapers
of the district continue to harp upon tho
statoslandor that Mr. Wall was a member
of tho Goldon Circle, an Assertion which
was refuted satbfnctonly long ago to
every votor of tho district, except thoso
who are hopelessly Ignorant and cannot
understand, and that other equally stupid
class of whom holy writ affirms " nono aro
'so blind as thoso who will not sco." The
falseness of this coupling of tho natno of
Mr. Wall with the K. G. C. is only out
dono by tho stupidity of the favorite argu
mentof the DuQuoin 'Tribune' against Mr,
Wall, namoly : that he is tho attorney of
tho Illinois Central road and therefore
ought not to bo elected to Congress
Why Mr. Wall's position us altornoy of
the I. C. R. R. should bo a bar to his fitness
as a congressional representative, and what
connection tho one would liavo with tho
other, the ablo editor of tho 'Tribune' docs
not explain, though he emphasizes tho fact
in italics and lays doublo stress upon it In
small-capi. Wo will obligo tho 'Trlbnno
by giving its favorito argument against
Mr. Wall tho bonefit of our circulation
He is tho attorney of the 111. C. R. R. Tho
position Is not an irresponsible one, and so
far as our information extends, he per
forms its duties ably. Is this a good re a
son, or any reason at all, why ho should
not be sent to congress, or a reason why,
being there, ho would not discharge tho
duties of that position efficiently ?
our bonds ; which would havo been a pow
erful blow to tho credit of tho country.
That British capitalists would promptly
havo dona this,' in tho caso of war bo
twecn tho two nations, Is thoroughly well
known. In tho prosenco of so appalling a
probability, tho government of tho United
States was utterly parnlyzod. It wns
forced to ylold its honor nnd its vloar
rights in rospect to tho Alabama claims ;
the shameful concession was concealed un
der tho specious prcloxt of tho adoption
of a now princlplo (arbitration), for tho
settlement of international disputes. Tho
deceit was successful for tho tlmo; tho
sentimentalists bubbled over with joy nt
what they called tho inauguration of tho
"era of peaco;" peace has indeed boon so
curod. but It may always bo so on tho
It was peaco at any price I but surely
wo ought not to rejolco over it.
A 11EPOKTHD GIGANTIC CON
SOLI NATION IX WHICH
CAIHO IS INTERESTED.
THE IMPORTANCE OF CAIRO BE
We are authorized to announce JOHN Q.
HARMAN as a candidate for Circuit Clerk ol
Alexander county, at the ensuing election in
We are authorized to announce It. S. YO
CUM as a candidate for Circuit Clerk ol Al
exander county, at the ensuing election in
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
We are authorized to announce II. W.
WEBB, ESQ., an i candidate for County At
torney, at the ensuing November election.
We arc authorized to announce 1 II.
POPE as a candidate for County Attorney at
he ensulne November election.
We arc authorized to announce PETER
SAUP ai a candidate for Sheriff at the ensu
ing November election.
We aro authorized to announce HAMIL
TON UtVIN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Sheriff ol Alexander county.
We are authorized to announce JOHN
H. 00SSMAN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Coroner, subject to the deci
sion of the Democratic Convention
The horse plague and tho temperance
question, in Chicago, almost overshadow
tho presidential contest.
Accordino to tho report of tho tho ag
ricultural bureau, tho corn crop of tho
last season promises to be the largest tho
country has ever grown.
On last Friday, in DeKalb, in this
state, a man was caught in tho hanging
rope of an ascending balloon and when
four hundred feet from the earth, he
jumped out and was picked up dead. The
horrible catastrophe, ono of many others
like it, is enough to sicken the public o
Grant has a dear cousin whom ho some
time ago appointed minister to Gusts
mala, in opposition to tho wishes of the
committee on foreign relations. A cor
respondent describes the habits of this re
lation of tho president as "so notoriously
'depraved and his manner of living so odl
' out to all classes, that his society is not
'only shunned in diplomatic circles, but
'in every respectablo household."
The moral effect of the arrest of Mr.
Hclnrich in New York city, and his treat
ment by Commissioner Davenport,Grant's
official, is likely to disappoint the udinin
IstrationisU. The American people still
adhere to tho forms of liberty, and this
step of the Radicals has awakened re
flection in the minds of not only tho sup
porters of Horace Greeley, but of Gen.
Grant, also at to where it will lead. It is
another step to a path not hidden to think
Gen. Grant has recently pardoned two
Indians whose offenses against law and
ordsr cannot be denominated wild. This
act of executive clemency r.n tho part of
Gan. Grant brings to mind tho Ku-klux
prisoners now wearing out their weary
dajr in th Albany penitentiary. Says
the Nw Orleans 'Times:'
It Is Marvelous that the peoplo ol the
United (Mates submit m tamely to the Incur,
ceratlonof theirnt state primntr ever held
to turaBMbr (Jm republic. Notorlou.ly
Mnvlrtud iwaa lake and Insufficient ii itl.
rosy. In accordance with a law tyrannical
1 .L- Lll..... .1 unit lltltfriilf (m.r.t.-l
I W1IB US COHIVUUUUU UUUCI "illtil u
wouia naiuraiiy mo iiuiw
it axcitna. ana si least an im
rurued. as to me conuiuou 01
victims, unine contrary,
en lonjuiieii. iuo
using meir uungeon
, uiein qui ciiuaur
unite s ayinpaiuy.
u 1 ,1, Vt, I W
THE UNITED STATES A DEBTOR
TO EUROPEAN CAPITALISTS.
Thoro is ono feature in tho financial ad-
inistration of Gun. Grant to which the
attontion of the people ought to bo con
stantly directed. It is a fact of portont
oil) importance, and deeply concerns the
public honor, and measurably the public
prosperity. Wo refer to tho persistent,
nyielding efforts of Secretary Boutwoll
to Increase the public dobt of the United
States in foreign countries.
The amount of our national debt hold
by European capitalists is variously csti-
ated at from twelvo to fifteen hundred
ill ions of dollars. It is cortainly not less
than twelve hundred millions a pro
digious sum, involving tho paymont by
the pcoplo of tho United States of an an-
ual tribute of sixty millions or dol
lars in gold to citizons of
European states. Thero is no instanco of
any solvent nation, except our own, thus
deliberately forcing its debt into tbo bands
f aliens. To a freo and proud peoplo
such a policy ought to be peculiarly and
ntensely repugnant. One hundred and
wenty-flvo thousand subjects of tbo Brit
sh ciown hold tho entire amount of the
British national debt; and tho British
public would drive into final and irretriov
ablo political obscurity any chancellor of
tho exchequor who should proposo so ha
initiating a policy as that pursued by Sco
retaryBoutwell amidst the applauso of the
Republican partisan press. Tho national
debt of Franco is held by Frenchmen;
those of Germany and tho German states
by Germans. It is America only, of the
great powers, that humbles herself to the
position of a beggar in foroign markets.
lo pay sixty millions golil a year
exhausts the annual surplus earnings o
ticehe hundrtd thousand of the people o,
Ohio I This is, if anything, an under csll
mato of tbo fact; tor tho census of 18iO
shows that the public wealth of Ohio in
that your was but eleven hundred millions
greater than in 1800, a period of ten
years, and that a material portion of that
increaso was owing to a natural and uccos
sary rise in tho value of real estate. Th
population of Ohio at tho beginning of
the decado was two millions three hundred
and lorty thousand souls; for which it ap
pears that the incroaso in the capital of th
stato was produced at tbo rato of about
forty-fiva millions u year to every on
million of the population. So that, in fact
the labor of more than twelvo hundred
thousand of tho poople of Ohio is mad
an annual tribute to the English an
German money-dealers. Kept at homo,
bow vast an impulse sixty goldon millions
a year would give to tho industries of ou
own peoplo I But Instead of trying to do
crease this immense yearly payment to th
Rothschilds, tbo Darings, and others, the
constant effort of Grant and Boutwoll has
been to enlarge it I Squads of officials liav
be;n sent to Europe at a largo public ox
penso, to effect this objoct; and after tho
presidential election, wo may expect ro
newed and increased efforts in the sumo
But thero is anothor phaso of this im
portant business, which must not be over
looked ; and that Is tbo serious embarrass
ment to our foreign relations which ro
suits from tho presence in Europe of so
large a part of our public debt. But for
this unfortunate clicumstanco the Ala
bama claims controversy would havo beon'
adjustod rnoro honorably and stisfactor
lly to the peoplo or the United Htatos
But it was in the power of British capit
alisU instantly to projsct into American
markets six or eiicht hundred minion. ,,r
Ann Aitnoii. Oct. 17, 1872.
J. H. OmnLY, Esq. :
Siu I cut the enclosed railroad article
from to-day's Detroit 'Free Press,' and
thinking it will bo interesting to your
Cairo readers, send it to you.
The assertion in the last sentence, that
"the consolidation is ono of the most gi
gantic over formod on this continent,"
may givo a wrong impression, nnd yet bo
literally true, as tho majority of them urn
of smaller proportions. Tho Pennsyl
vania Central railroad, with Its two or
thrco Pacific railroads, and several others,
aro considerably more aiaantie. Tho
Toledo, Wabash and Western railroad
has been closely allied with tbo Lako
Shore and Michigan S. and N. Ind. rail
road; but, though Vandnrbilt's son-in-
aw, Clark, Is still n director of tho T. W.
and W. railroad, a rival railroad to tho
Lake Shoro and Michigan Southern
railroad, and tho Vandcrbllt railroad, cast
of Buffalo, is to compcto with it each way,
both east and west of Toledo, betwoen
New York and Chicago, and by moans of
tho N. Y. Midland railroad, is to bo near
ono hundred miles shorter than any other
railroad touching Buffalo or Albany, N.
That tho Pennsylvania Central in fid o
tho Cairo and Vincennos railroad a link
n its South Pacific chain, and that tbo
Y. Midland nnd South Canada railroad
extend branches to Cairo, (but evidently
not intended to stop there), with tho half
dozen or moro other new railroads ap
proaching Cairo in different directions,
shows thai the superior advantages of loca
tion possessed by Cairo are fast becoming
better understood and appreciated by the
business men of tbo United States, and
proclaim witu no uncertain sound a
glorious future for that flourishing city.
E. W. Morgan
Tho following is tho article referred to
by Mr. Morgan In the above letter :
A NEW RAILROAD COMBINATION
At Toledo. Saturday, Sunday and Mon
day last wore Daniel mow, Azanun
Boody, A. B. Baylis, A. M. White and
John Ross. These ireiitleincn. are noted
railroad men, und have all receutly been
elected directors of the Toledo, Wabash
and Western railroad, llesidus these irun
tlemen Milton Courtwright ol tho Canada
Southern, John F. Tracy of tho Chicago
and Northwestern, and John r. Casement
of tbo Chicago. Hock Island nnd
Pacific, were also chosen directors
Added to this lis another fact.
namely, that of all the directors
chosen ut tbo last mectiuc of the stock
holders but two aro in tue interest ot the
Lake Shore and Michigan Southern
Horace F. Clark and Augustus Schell
qulto a chaniro from tliu old board
Another tact, mat muy navo signiticanco
or not. is that tho net ournincsof tho road
last year, $400,000, were not divided, bnt
by voto of tbo directors havo been devoted
to tho increaso of tho equipment of tho.
TheTolodo.W abash and Wostorn has on
tercd into a combination with the Canada
Southern, and it is said with tho Chicago
and N orth western companies. Tho road of
tho former in Canada is buini; pushed with
tho grcatost energy. A survey has been
made of tho extension of tho roud from To
ledo to Detroit, and on tho portion from
Toledo to Trenton considerable work has
been dono in tho way of grading und pre
paring the road bed. The bridgo across
tho Kalsln at JWonroo is in a state or tn
wardness. the abutments boinc completed,
and tho foundation of all tho piers but ono
being wen auovo water.
The lino of the Chicago, Michigan and
Canada southern road lias beon surveyed
through Michigan, and considerablo work
in thu counties of Monroe, Lenawee and
The New York Midland railroaJ. is alto
in a stato of forwardness, composes th
eastern outlot of tho Canada Southern
and will afford it an independent line to
New York city.
It is asserted that a consolidation has
been effected between the New York Mid
land. Canada Southern. Chicago, Michl
gan and Canada Southern, Chicago and
North western, anu wiu Toledo, waimsii aim
Western railroads. 'I no Toledo, Wabasti
and Western being very lan-ely inter
ested in tho Canada Southern, and both
roads in tho New iork Midland, th
Chicaco and Northwestern saw tho ad
vantages that would be likely to nccruu
by combining with tho roads above-named
and building an independent lino through
Michigan. 'I no xojoao, waoasn and
Western is also to construct and attain by
purchaso or loaso roads beginning ut some
point on Its lino within a short distance of
Toledo, and extending through Indianap
olis, and thonce, in us nearly an air lino as
possible, to Cairo.
It is asserted that this combination by
tho contpanics montioned was entered into
upward ot a year ago, but has been kept
ADDRESS OF.THE ALEXANDER
COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CEN
To tho voters of Alexander County :
Thero aro times in tho history of nations
whon tho duty of tho Individual is as Im
perative In poaco as in war, when tho fato
of tho wholo depends upon each person's
Your commltlco is of tho opinion that
tho tlmo has now arrived when each Dem
ocratic Republican has tho weal or woo of
tho nation resting upon tho porformnnco
of his solemn duty.
On tho decision of tho American people,
Novcmbor 6, rests tho overthrow or pcr-
manoncy of American liberty.
You havo presented for your suffrages
on ono side, tho embodiment of tho genius
of American institutions, illustrated in Its
fullest capacity by tho cntiro life of Hor
Of tho people, poor and humble, by tho
bcnlflconco of our freo institutions hu has
attained his present high position. A man
of ripe scholarship, statesmen havo been
his associates and sought his udvlco fur
twenty years. Ho will necessarily call
to tho council of tho nation men of
liko character, men of integrity, brains mid
On tho other band is presented a man
whoso only success lias been military ;
whoso wholo life as a civilian has been
characterized by falluro and debauchery;
whose administration is made infamous by
tho most enormous nnd flagrant violations
of organic law, utter disregard of tho
rights of states to local self government,
and financial frauds which make sick tho
hearts of all honet men and muko them
almost despair of tho republic; whoso dis
soluto influence reaches every department
and culminates in contempt nnd neglect
of public duty; whose every act Is selfhh
surrounded by tho worst men of his
party, sphynx-likc, he looks only to tho
Wo may judge what that will bo with
tho frauds of Pennsylvania, Ohio nnd In
diana fresh in our minds.
Wo have, however, amidst tho gloom
surrounding us, nuguries of brighter days;
from all directions the welcome
found is heard of preparation
fur a manful strugglo in November, and
may wo not hopo the formor history of our
ution will be repeated.
On tho Held of Buenu Vista, Gen. Tny-
or intently watched tho battle whore tho
hopes of America wero centered; all
around was carnngo and dread confusion;
his whole lino was imgaged ; the Ohio
regiments wcro out-numbered; only ono
of the Indiana regiments maintained its
organization, whilo two wero retreating;
tho Illinois regiments wero ordered to the
rescue und gloriously did tliey answer his
Tho last has wavered ; Ohio is again
overmatched, and only gallant Hendricks
tands in Indiana.
Now, as then, tho fate of tho nation
rests with Illinois; every man must do
his duty and when success crowns our ef
forts, a gruteful people will, with one ac
cord, givo honor to tho men of tho prairio
stato for having again rescued their coun
try from disaster.
It rests with you,tnen of Illinoi", whether
the sun of November fifth Mull set upon n
redeemed nation, with fraud, imlecility
and corruption rebuked.
Refuse to go to tho front, or run in tho
midst of battle where your neighbors are
fighting thu good tight, nnd you are diss'
Wo urgo you by oil that is dear to a
patriot's heart to do your whnlo duty nnd
vote tho ticket national, r tutu nnd local.
John Howlkv. Chairman.
P. (5. Sciiuli.
socret, and has, in fact, not yot bocomo
known except to a very limited circle
If the consolidation is as maintained, it
is one of the most gigantle ever fomod on
this continent. It reaches from the sea
board at New York to tho Rod rlvor on
tho North, the Missouri on the West, and
tho Mississippi at the junction of the Ohio
on the South. It passes through nine
stales and provincoi, and with its niinior.
ous branches controls un aggregate mile
age nearly as greftt as that from the At
lantic to the Pacific,
From now until the llit of January we
or not less than hlx iulret caeh at the follow
ing low rates :
Weston, bet quality, six quires and
upward, Kiik-Ui end and band-', size
or page lljxlb Indie.-, per quire St
The prleo per qulru of i-ame bookN
in at. I.ouIh, at the cheapest maun.
fiictill-iliL' estuhlMimcnt in that eitv,
In Si Ml
Six quires and upward, page I0J10,
perqulro ji 00
Price pcrqulreof name In St.l.ouls N $1 ii.'i
Six qiilrcB ond upward, page 12x10,
per quire 81 no
Price per qulie lu St. I.ouNof wiinc I. 1 7."
Six quires and upward, page ltx'JO,
ner uulre i'l on
Price per quire In St. I.ouN ?'J Ml
uiner iiooki! proportionately clicap,
MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP
warranted ol the best duality.
Mtile, Magazines and that elas of bouku
wu will bind In (lemilne Morocco in tho verv
bcht style. Cloth or Paper, at 76 cents to i'l
per Volume, l'rico or tame in St. Louis In
?I 00 to if 1 TO.
A COMPARISON OK OUR PRICKS WITH
OTII KR KSTA HUSH M KN'i'S
will at once show the advantage or patron-
l.lng tin llillletlii Hinder-.
tr. JOHN II. OHKRUY, Proprietor.
CAIRO CITY COAL
FIRE AND MAR
1 1ST S TT B .A. IsT O EJ
MAOAKA, N. Y.,
OKHMANIA, N. Y.,
Anfets I,Ofi8,7Sl 76
I1ANOVKU, N. Y.,
AHnetn 720 682 HO
KKl'UHMC, N. Y.,
AetH 714,923 0(1
Comprising the Underwriters' Agency,
YONKKKH, N. Y.,
Asset 678 M SI
Amcla 4M.1M 23
hhkmk.n'h fund, b. r.,
A5et... 076.600 06
BECUIUTY, N. Y. MAUINK,
Htores, DwpIIIiikh, Kurnltur. Hulls iinil Car
KfK, inaureu ui raiei an uvoraMuas oiluil, per
..ra,i,-,, pcliiiii, mil wnrrniii.
I rcupoetfully auk of Hid citizens ot Cairo,
bhurcor tlieir palroaK.
('. N. lirOIIKH.
Clmrtorcd Rlnrcli HI, I SOU.
OITY NATIONAL RANK, CAIRO
OFF! exits :
A. II. SAKKORD. Prcldcnt:
S. S. TAYLOR. Vice-President;
II. HYSLOP, Secretary and Treasurer.
P. M. !UCI.AT,
It. 11. CUXMXOllAM.
J. II. rMitiirn
DeiMMles ol nny Aniouiit ItpretviMllrum
INTEKEST pAld on tlFunnlta at the ral ol mi
JL percent, pet nnum, March 1st and fk-pleu,-l-r
lsl. iDtore.t unt wlih.!:awn in r.ddd Itnmr.
i i .1 principal or ilopoaita, tlieretif
hmuk iiiri,ivuiiiiuuuii in .from.
MARMKI1 WOMKN AND CIIILUKKN MAY
MO THAT MO OIB KLIK Ctn tiBAW IT.
Odcu Off rr liunlna dor rruin y a.m. (a .t n.m..
and HatunlaT ovnmu for MAVixn tiKPiwriv
oni;, irom imi o'clock.
anew w. UTHI.OP. Iteanurei
Qui, Od iciHts,
Pail (I. Hcnfii,
II. P. IUU.IVAI,
THE CITY NATIONAL
' A I K tt.
W. P. IMMilllAY, I'rc.l.lont ;
11 K.N It Y I,. HALM DAY. ViccPrflileat
A. II. MAI'KOUI), Ca.liler;
WALTKK HYHLOI', Asnlntant Cwhier.
Htaats TATUia. II'iukt II. IVukhhii
lilfini l IIAILIUAT. W. 1' llAILIIIll.
(ito. I). Wllllium, KlrpntK m
A. M. Mtrtoan.
RBrhniittrt, Coin nml ITtilmt ntntr
IloniU ItuiiKhl nml Nulil.
BPOSITb rrcelTnl, and a Rrneral lanilne
FIRST NATIONAL RANK
DANIRL illllll), Proiihlrnti
HUHKItT. Mil...". I len.l're.lliial
O. .N. HUGIIKS. Canlrr.
COLLECTIONS PKOM1TLY M.vDK
TJIXCIIANOE, coin, liank nolc and L'nil':
U BtHlfi aecurltiea bouvht and nold.
Intvrral Allowrd tin Tlmr lr lf.
II II I' UN
Cor. WatilnKtnii Av. ami KlKlitli HI,
Where we will keep
A O O M P h E T E S T O (J K
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
HICK-ItOOM AND NUK9EIIY APPLl NCE9, A
X O 0E3 COLD:
Our Puro SPARKLING SODA WATE
lo Mi i.ljr ri'li irr lld tit
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
piuo lkvkk, or ut the Coul Yard below thu
m, manes iiotfl, will receive prorupt atten
tion. The Tuo "Montauk" will brlug coal
Iongld to ttemuert at auy hour,
TEUTONIA h 1 F E INSUUANOE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
IOHN A. UUOK, - - President.
U. KN0UEL8D0RFF, - . - Hecrotary.
Uuah. Rkitz, Hb.vhy Weiikk,
A. C. Kkkino, A. Mihou,
ClIAH. WKNTIlK, ClIAH. VkkOIIA,
Fkancih Lacknkb, Ciiab. Dak.olino,
C. HmtiCH, AVm.,Reikiiauit,
The Ijeat organised and securest company In
Urn noritiweat. The only company whUli K-r
auteea a caah surrender value.
CARL L. THOMAS, Gbh. Ao't,
SMlT ros-sjalroaail vlelultx
Can not be excelled.
Wei also draw tho
B LU E L1C K WATERS
Our Homo Advertisers.
(10MHINMIISN AN fOKWAHIIINIl.
OHWAltDING and COMMISSION
M i: 11 V II A H TN.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Atienn of
HIIO IUVKH AXIt KANAWHA
"0 Ohio Lkvkk,
CeSIKNT, 1'l.ABTKIl I'Allia,
PLASTERER'S II AIR,
HO. 71 OHIO LKVKK, UNIiKU CITY NATION
A I. IIA.th.
t TI'Kor tin. ininifi,. nt l.iillilld., ..
wfiolci.ale trade In Cairo, I will tell to deal
cin and contractor In lots or U) barTrl ami
upward, at manufacturiiiL' price, adding
Cain, Aicnikt 13, IsTi
J. M. PHILLIPS Si CO.,
(Hucoenort lo K. li. Ilrnlrica A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
WHARF-110 AT PROPRIETORS.
Liberal Ailraucemenla ma.le
Are I'repareil lo recriTn, store ami lorv, arI
freiKMt lo all poiatii n. l.uy u.
ti-11 oa couiii)liiion,
Wlltitlnem ailrntvl lo rrnmiitlr.
WOOD RITTENHOUSK 4: RliO.,
Uetieral Coininisriioii Mcrclianf.1
133 OHIO LKVKK.
MILLER & PARKER,
FORWARDING M KUCHA NTS,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Onts, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS kok FAIRHANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
STRATTON k HIRD,
(Huccentora toHtratlon, Iiu.Ji-onA Clark,)
r7 Ohio Levee. Cairo, Illinois,
Also, n cholco lot of Cigars, of extra mm
Ity, sold nt reasonable prices. Our
PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMEN T
Will rncelvo especial attention and caio
being ut all hours In churire of compotci.t
and careful parties. PrescnptlonHcurclullv
compounded at all hourb day or ultfht.
NONE I1UT THE PUREST AND HEr
JOHN J. PHLLIS& SON,
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DEALERS IN UAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Celt. TENTILST. amj OHIO LEYE
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R. A. CUNNINUIIAM. FKLIX C'ltOSS.
CUNNINGHAM & CROSS,
Snccosi-ori to Lonerpiii Ac Cuunlnghaui
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
ANIt 1IKAI.KIIM IN
AND MILL FEED.
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MATHUSS & UIIL,
Commissi on Merc rants
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
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