THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1872.
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ron dKCKKTAHY or static.
TOR ALUITOK OK l'UIILIC ACCOUNTS,
ron statu TiiKARunr.it,
OUAKLES N. LANPU1ER.
ron ATTORNKY tiKNF.lUL,
JOUN B. EUSTACE,
ron ci&rk buphrmk counT xortukkn
ron CLERK SUPKKMK COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BROWN,
ron clkrk or suprkmk court southern
R. A. D. WILBANKS.
FOR CONORESS KIOIITXKNTII DISTRICT,
OEOKOE W. WALL,
of Perry County.
MKMBKR BOAHD OF EQUALIZATION.
of Randolph Count;-.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN H. OBERLY.
We are authorized to announce JOHN (J.
IIAUMAN a a candidate for Circuit Clerk of
Alexander count), at the ensuing election in
We are authorized to announce It. S. YO
CUM a a candidate for Circuit Clerk ol Al
exander county, at the ensuing election In
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
We arc authorized to announce 1'. II.
Pope as a candidate for County Attorney at
he ensuinc November election.
We are authorized to announce PETER
SAUP ai a candidate for Sheriff nt the emu
tug November election.
We are authorized to announce HAMIL
TON LEVIN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Sheriff ot Alexatider county.
We are authorized to announce JOHN
IL UOSSMAN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Coroner, subject to (he deciv
alon of the Democratic Convention
THE GALLANT AND GIFTED
OHIOAN ON THE STUMP.
ADVICE OF GEORGE H. PEN
DLETON TO DEMOCRATIC
DEMOCRATS OF ILLINOIS READ
THE APPEAL OF YOUR FIRST
CHOICE FOR THE PRESIDENCY.
A VOTE FOR HORACE GREELEY
IS AN ACT OF DEVOTION TO
Gov. Hendricks ol Indiana, and George
H. Pendleton of Ohio, two leaders of De
mocracy whose fame is national, and both
of whom are favorites with the people of
Illinois and the est. addressed the cm
zensof Chicago, Tuesday night, in behalf
oi me retorm movement aim ureeioy unu
Introduced by Cyrus II . McCormack
chairman of the Democratic and Liberal
state committee. Mr. Pendleton spoko as
My Fkllow Citizens : I feel abashod
at the presence in which I stand lo.night.
On year ago your city was in ruins. The
lightnings of heaven seemed to havo de
scended upon It, and to have stricken it
with the red, right hand of its impending
wrath. To-day you have illustrated the
fable of antiquity, you havo realizod the
story, of that bird which, alone of all its
kind, found its own smouldering ashes tlio
elements of perpetual life, and rose from
the heavenly fires which seemed to have
consumed it, clothed with u more brilliant
beauty, and imbued with a mightier
power. As I roilo throughout
your city, and saw the limits
of that great conflagration, and ns I
saw the palatial edifices that you are build
ing, the stores, the warehouse tho oluva
tors, tho depots, the residences, the
churches, and tho school houses, so per
fect In their design and unequalled in their
execution, 1 telt that 1 muU bow my
bead with a feeling akin to awe, und not
far from reverence, in the presence of a
human power, energy, enterprise, wealth
nd wisdom, who could accomplish so won
derful a work. Applause. I felt, geu
tlemen, that I might say with impiety
nay, that I was revciencing the Creator in
praising his creatures: "Heboid what
works man hath wrought," I have
been told that when the fire was
burning, strong hearts grew weak, and
that cheeks not accustomed to blanch,
turned pels; but that, when the extont of
the calamity was fully recognized, the
people of Chicago came together for con
sultation; and, laying aside all potty rival
rli! lkvlfiff asido all past animosities! Ihv.
ing aside all that had divided them in a ca
reer of preepcrity for ao many years, they
united In on aealous, hearty, combined,
determined efort.to restore their city, and
to repair iU calamity. Gentlemen, I take
that to ba to-dav an omen and an augury.
. -. i . . i . i i. .
jou are now in coniuiuuiuii, tu-mguv,
lit your city, but about your coun-
t 1 misreau sua cuiiuniuu ui
ill require from you the
no aeierminaiion, me
i save it from cal-
; city j ana, in
tlon, I may well feel abashed. I shall
speak with diffidence, but I shall spoak
without hesitation; bocauio the convic
tions I entertain are sincere, and tho words
which I shall speak to you are those of
truth and soberness.
GRANT'S ACCESSION TO POWER.
Uen. Grant camo to presidency of
tho United Slates undor moro favorablo
circumstancos than any man who has ever
occupied that high position. Ho had been
a successful gonoral ; ho had boon at tho
head of tho army nt the closo of tho war ;
he had granted terms alike honorable to
tho victor and vanquished ; ho had
traveled through tho Southern states and
won guidon opinions from tho people for
tho fairness and justness of his report as
to their condition ; ho had not been en
gaged in tho turmoil of political life; he had
nofriends to roward and noenemiesto pun
ish ; ho had uttored the sontlmcnt to which
Gov. Hendricks has so faithfully alluded,
"Lotus hnvopcaco;" ho had declared In
favor of civil-sorvico reform; 'ho found his
own frionds in possession of all tho polit
ical power in tho country. For twolvo
yenrs thoy had possession of tho federal
government years of war, years of peace
absolute, possession of tho federal power ;
possession of the slate governments ;
two-third majority In congress; in tlio
presidential chair tho mnn of their elec
tion ; in tho judiciary they found or thoy
mado a majority of tho judges. This was
WHAT IIaB 1IKK.S Til Kilt WORK.
Head tho speeches that are made to you
by tho friends of Uen. Grant here in tho
city of Chicago nmdo by your own
friends and neighbors; mado by thoso who
come from abroad to spoak to you, and
what do they tell you ? Thoy tell you,
"wo promised you peace," but there is no
peace; "wo promisod you concord,"
there is no concord ; " wo promised you a
restored union," theru is no reconcilia
tion ; " wo promised you freedom every
where," but there can bo no freedom
thero must bo disfranchisement, thoro
must be proscription ; 11 the South is still
rebellious, habeas corpus must be suspen
ded ;" "the elections must bo supervised ;"
"tho reconstructed governments must be
sustained;" "the whites arc disloyal and
must be put down;" "tho negroes are loyal
and must bo put over thorn." This is
their own statement of their success ; and
upon this success thus stated by them, they
ask at your hands continuanco of power.
Gentlomen, they stalo the caso fairly, thoy
tato it truly. This is their claim, and
their only claim. They have had power;
seven years of peaceful administration ;
seven years of unalloyod Radicalism; four
years of General Grant's administration;
tho prosident, congress and judiciary;
thoy havo all dono their uttermost, nnd
thoy havo so beggared tho people of the
South ; thoy- have so exasperated the races
thoro; thoy havo so despoiled the owners
of property and the children of industry;
thoy havo so upturned the foundations of
civil order and prosperous liberty, that
thoy need the power of un army; thoy
need tho powers of war ; thoy need tho
suspension of tho habeas corpus; thoy
need tho supervision of elections, to carry
tho electoral voto of one single Southern
state, and in order to get this power out of
"your hands, and win your confidence, to
have your support, they have not hesitated
to exctto bitterness of hatred, and to in
flame tho passions, and prejudices, and an
imosities of flagrant war. Gen. Grant
nmmiied to tho oeoDle of this country
civil-servlco reform, but if you will road
tho speeches that are mado Dy tneir ora
tors, thoy will prove to you that this ad
ministration has done moro than all oth
ers put together to degrade tho public ser
vice ana ueoaucn mo puonc morais.
Gen. Grant himself has received lands,
moneys, homes and presents of value
irom men wno aro aspiring to nign puuuo
office, and ho has afterwards appointed
those men to tuose otnees. l ao not say ne
has dono it corruptly; I say ho has done
it. Laughter. Ho has appointed
relatives, and triends, and family con
nections in a dogrco unprecedented in
the history of this country to the high of
fices of tho nation. I do not say that ho
hus appointed them bocauso they woro his
rotative. But I do say that to common
peoplo liko vou and me they havo no other
possible qualifications. Ho has surrounded
liimsoir wiui n ring oi secretaries, against
tho law, and without law, and with syco
phantic adhcront, whoso Intcrforcnco with
the appoinments to oinco anu pecuniary
)ibs Is a by-woruanascanuai to mo nation.
Ho has himself administered tho high of
fice with which ho was invested as it it
his personal property, the reward of his
industry, tho reward of his exortlons, to
be administered for bis own personal ben
efit, as if his political adversaries and the
peop e at largo nau no interest in it wnai-evor.
Tim rf.ion or CORRUPTION.
This conduct upon tho part of the head
of the administration produced every
where its legitlmato results. Corruption
prevades every department of the govern
ment. Defalcations aro as common ns the
day. Neglect of duty is made univorsal
universal by the example of the president.
AOiunco irom meir posts ol duty is ttie
rule among mo mgneil otucers or tlio uov
ernmont. Why, gentlemen, before the
groat elections in October, the secrelury of
mo troasury, mo secretary oi tno navy,
tho secretary of the interior, tho poet
master general, mo attorney general, ana
five out of tho seven members of tho cabl
net were engaged in stumping Ohio and
Pennsylvania, and I sco thoy are now on-
gtgod in stumping Now lork and New
Jersey. Jvvory exortlon ot every officer
in tho government Iscailoa into requisi
tlon to re-olect tho prosident; ovorv de
psrtmont, in its official duties, Is made to
contribute to tho samo rosulls. Every sal
ury paid to evory ofUcial is taxed for the
same purpose. orK in the navy yard
tho mulls of tho country, tho supplies of
the army, and thoso millions of dollars
which lie in tlio tronsury to bo usod by
Mr. Boutwoll In Wall street, oither by
nutting them ujmn tho itreot or withdraw
ing them from it I say thesoaroall used
for the same purposo, und this dcmoraliza
tion is so plain to every man that it is
generally belioved that these oxnrtlons
among high officials made for the re-elec
tion of the president proceed from a do
siro to coutlnuo in office, and not from
any conviction either of political duty or
oi personal uuouiy.
CAllINKT HTIMl' OKAT0RS.
Now, I do not say that these gentlemen
of the cabinet, who are engaged thus in
enlightening the people, aro not sincere in
what thoy suy to tho pcoplo, but this I do
sny, if thoy entertained different opinions,
or if thoy wore silent, thoy could not hold
their o 111 cos for one momont. Woll, gen
tlemen, THK NKGKxHAKY RESULT
Of all that is also demonstrated. Our con.
slitutlonal government is made h penonal
government In its worst form, and the fod
eral govornmont Is gathering to Itself
under this system tho powers of the State
and the president is gathering to himself
nil powers oi me leueriu trovcrnment.
Induced thoughtful men to dwarf their an
tagonism, to forget and give up their past
differences. It Is this conviction that lays
at the foundation of this combination,
which we aro to sco all ovor tho country,
hero as well as uverywhero olso, of men
who differ In opinion, in this supremo ef
fort which is mado tor reconciliation in
our country. Tho Cincinnati convention
met; it iloclarcd that Impartial suffrage
and univorsal amnesty, equality of rights,
and equality of protection to all clashes of
our citfaens, solf-governnieiit, the subordl
ation of the military to tho civil that theso
wero essential to prosorvo tho frro gov
ernment. Laying nsldo all other ques
tions, putting aside all other doctrines,
it Invited thoso men who could ngrco with
us and cordially co-operato with us. That
fellow-citizens, touched tho hourt of th"
Democratic party. I Choers.1
Thoughtful men doubted; all men hesi
tated; weak men wero trignteneu; but
tho great part of tho Democratic party,
with instinctlvo courage, responded per
emptorily to tho appeal, and, in thoir con
vention in Baltimore, declared that tho
highest hopes of the government, tho
hopes and prospects of libojty, required
thoir ro-operation ; that wo must savo the
republic before wo can ndminWter it, nnd
that, as for itself and its adherents, it would
compco all minor difference?; it would
lay aside all past prejudico; it would
fores o all petty questions, and it would
unito heart and soul with all thoso who
would unito with it to rottoro peoco to
our peoplo and purity to our government.
Gentlemen, humanity has boon cnnoblod
by deeds of self-denial nnd self-devotion.
Men havo dared and havo died for their
frionds, and their country, and their God ;
but all history dees not show a mora un
solflsh or more magnanimous act of solf-
denial than this of tho Democratic party.
At tho call of patriotism It stilled tho
cry of party ; at tho demand of tho coun
try it silenced tho voices of prejudice, of
pride, of ambition, of life-long and hon
est antagonism. I said to theso Liberal
Republicans, in theprcsencoof this calam
ity, and to avoid this danger,
"WE WILL ACCEPT TOUR INVITATION;
Wo wili lay asido our'animosity ; wo will
hold in aboyanco all our differences; we
will accept'your platform; wo will adopt
your candidate; he has been our earnest,
determined, bitter, persistent and ablo op
ponent; but he is right on tho question of
to-day clieersj ; ana we win no laitmui to
him, as be is faithful to the country ; wo
plauso.J Ho has told us that ho will not
interfere with the representatives of the
peoplo in the exercises of their legitimate
functions; he has told us that If congress
will pass a frco trado bill ho will not veto
It! and, If ho promises us theso things, I
ask again, whero is tho Democrat that will
stand up nnd say to on Intelligent nudl
enco that thatis not an administration to
bo pro for red over and nbovo that of Gon.
I am a Democrat: I have boon ono all
my life; ns age, and reflection, nnd oxpe
rionco havo matured my Judgment, 1 11 nil
myself clinging closor and closor to tho old
party and Its principlos. Loud cheers.
As 1 have been Democrat In tho past, 1
hopo to llvo In tho future, und to dlo as n
Democrat, not because I rovcro party or
ganization, not bocauso I nm blindly at
tached to our parly or its pnrly alms, but
I am blindly attached to truth, and I liavo
faith In tho principles and enunsols ot that
party, i nceu nolspcaK to you oi it; it is
tho tilorv of tho ltcuI republic. Its his
tory is a history of frco government; its
lovo of constitutional liberty is the sheet
anchor of constitutional government ov
orywhero. rClieors.l lt has done that
which will keop its naino alivo after nil
theso men who havo supported it hereto
fore, nnd support It to-dny, will be moul
dering in tho dust. I would not do dis
honor to that party. 1 would honor It as 1
would honortho truest and most cherished
oblcct of mv affection, and I toll you In
closing, mv follow-rltlzons, that 1 honor
its principles, nnd I honor it by ulioying it
I honor It when I ask tho Democratic
party to do right and net wrong, nnd to
vote for Horaco Greoloy. Tremendous
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now, i urn no alarmist ; I would not ox
iiggcrato an evil to you ; 1 would not ax
Hggerato that evil to myself; but every
thoughtful man must soo that out of this
seething mass of corruption, demoraliza
tion, personal government, military rings,
trading in office, there rises n figure,
tKh vague and nhudowy now, but
which history tells us Is to becomo a diro
calamity of the public liberty. It was
this conviction of universal corruption
and tho danger to the country consequent
upon It, that 1
STARTLED TUE UKAUT ANU C0N8CIKNCK
Of our people that produced the Cincinnati
convention. It was this conviction that
will bring to his support nil tho power of
our organization, nil the persuasions of our
authority ; all tho fidelity growing out of
our principles, our history, nnd our tradi
tion ; wo will unito with you in this ono
grand effort; and, if wo succeed, we will
lcavo to you tho honor nnd tho offices nnd
tho emoluments; and wo will only nsk
from you that you shall rcstoro pence, to
nil our peoplo. Apppwo. Tho Dem
ocratic party has shown Itself to bo
OHEAT IN THE TRIUMPHS OP ITS WISDOM
And power; greater still In the constancy
with which it has borno danger and dark
ness and defeat; but, greater tliun all,
when in this sublime act of self-abnegation
it laid asido every eolflsh aspiration,
every human weakness, even, for the hope
of doing good to our country. Applause.
I do not know that this effort will succeed ;
but this I know: that tho act itself was
worthy the faith of a monarch, worthy the
courage of a devotee, worthy the favor of
just Uod. Wo have boeu tola that
THE SIOJJiriCANCE OK THIS OREAT MOVE
Is reconciliation and purification. It is
this, and it is more. Wo have been told
that it means a just administration of con
stitutional law. It is this, and it is moro.
Its chiof significance, its highest value is
this,' that underlying tho struggles of par
ties in our country, and animating thoso
struggles, too, thero is a spirit of patriot-
, .1 1 e . 1. T I- ' ..:
ism anu luvt) ui uuuiury nuicu rises su
preme in tho presenco of the poril of tho
country, and brings a stillness over every
aspiration except for Its safety. That
spirit is abroad in the land now; that
spirit speaks to Democrats and Republi
WHAT IT PROMISKS.
Wuilo it invokes your patriotism, it
promises security to your matorial Inter
ost9, protects your commerce, gives it
protection at home and abroad; to manu
facturers it promises stability in legisla
tion ; to capita), freedom from govern
mental influence, and subjection to the
laws 01 trade; to labor, tho Ireo enjoy
mont of the rewards of industry; to all
freedom from corruption, freedom from
debauchery, freedom from that baso and
sordid und selfish spirit which rules tho
administration; to all, merchants, agricul
turist, manufacturer, lawyer, professional
man. laborer, tne ireo enjoyment ot tho re
waras wuicu uis inuustry can gain in tlio
fruitful fields of a peaceful peoplo nnd n
ro-unlteU country. I unoers.J is more
any Democrat who doubts, to-day, what
is tne duty oi patriotism Lines ot 2io.
Is there any Democrat to-day who is afraid
of their consistency ? Cries of No.
Why, gentlemen, we aro all membors, or
we have been, of tho Democratic party ;
, l. I !" , l ,
we kiiuw iu pairiuusui, Know us uuei
ity of principlo, wo know its courage, wo
know its honesty, we know its wisdom,
and when It speaks shall wo Democrats
not obey ? When its patriotism points
out the courso and loads tho wav. shall
any Domocrat say ho loves his country too
much to be ablo to follow in that course
with consistency and honor? Whim its
wisdom shall givo us its advice shall any
democrat say mat no is too n iso too Hoed
it ? Cries of No. 1 do not expect,
IP ORKELEY WERE KLKCTED,
That he would givo a partisan Democratic
administration. 1 should not respect him
if be did. rCbeers.l It would not bo
consistent with the spirit of the movement
which will carry him into power. He has
promised that ho will rcstoro peace and
fraternal good feeling to all our people.
iio nas promisou mat no win givo us
sounu civn-sorvico roiorm, mat he will in
troduce honor and honesty into the admin
istration of tho government, it is folly for
us to reiuso to accept mis because we can
not get more. Choers. I do not liko to
read, but 1 will not detain you long. I
want to givo you ono sonten:o of tlio let
ter of ucceplunco of Horace Gruoloy of tho
Cincinnati nomination, "that, subject to
our solomn constitutional obligations
to maintain tho equal rights
of all citizens, our policy
should aim at local self-government
anu not at centralization; mat tho civil
authority shall bo supremo over tho mill
tary; that the writ of habeas corpus should
bo jealously upheld as tho sufeguurd of
perpetual freedom; that tho citizen should
enjoy mo largest iioorty consistent with
publio order, nnd thut thoru should bo no
Federal supervision of tlio internal pol
icy of the several states and municipali
ties, and that each shall bo left frco to en
force the rights and promote tho woll be
ing of tho inhabitants, by such means ns
tho judgmont of its own peoplo shall
prescribe." Is not that good Democratic
doctrine? Choors. Cannot you alias
sent to it? If that is tho porvuding spirit
of tho administration, will it not bo a
good Democratic administration?
XChoors. And if wo cannot put into the
possession of the federal govornmont ono
of our own tried and triutod mnn, shall wo
rofaso to tako Horaco Greeley with thoso
doctrines, or ahull weporinltibu ru-lnstall-mont
In powor of Gen. Grant, with all his
errors and al) his wrong doings ?
We agree with Mr. Greeley upon all the
great questions of tho day. iio is In favor
of our doctrine of state rights; he is in
favor of civil service reform ; ho is In
favor of tho one term principle, Ap-
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warranted of tho best quality.
Music. MiiKitzlnes and that elas of books
wn will litnil In nelllllne Mnrnm.,. In ,1... .m.
beht style, Cloth or Pujicr, ut 70 cent to H
per Volumo. Price of name in St. LouU in
tl uu 10 m w,
A COMPARISON OF OUR PRICES WITn
U 1 1 1 Kit K.STAUI.I.S1I MKNTM
will at oneo show tho advantage of patron-
Izlnj,' thr Bulletin Ulnderv.
tf. JOHN II. OUKRLY. Proprietor.
tiarlrrwl Hnrrh .11, IHUV.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A ti u a fvnitn t., .... .
H. HYSLOP, Secretary and Tr
Our Home Advertisers.
oo " " ' ? y
I. M. lUactiT, Ciiai. GALlinita,
P. II. BTocartcTH, pact O. Bcuiih,
ft. U. CeiMtKOBAM, II. P. HlLUOat,
J. t. PnutiM.
UepoalU ol mny Aroamit Hmlitd Irom
Tea (iBU L'pwarda.
JNTKltEST paid on depoalta at the rale ol nt
percent. pr annum. March inland I3eiilm
r ll. Intereatnol withdrawn la folded Iminn
dJlrfott principal of the deuoalla, Ihercbt
gtvlnx them compound Interest
MAHR1BD WOUKH AND CHILDREN MAY
a) THAT NO ONI tUI CAN DaW IT.
Open eTcry biialna day from a.m. to 3 p.m.,
and (taturdar ytuon tot HAVING DKI'O-HTb
onlj, from tint o'cloek.
uotl W. IIYHLoI'.Trnaaurot.
THE CITY NATIONAL
OA I It O, IM.INOIN
UAl'U'AL, - . 6100,000
W. 1'. HALLIDAY, Pre idem ;
I1KNRT L. HALLIDAY, Vice-l'reild.oi :
A. Il.HAKFORD, Owhleri
WALTER IIYHLOP, Alatant Caahier.
Htaati TATLoa, RorT II. Ci'Nniruhab,
llaaai L. Halmi.at, W. V. lUtupAT,
GtV. D. WlLLIAMION, HtlPIIlN IlUK
A. ti. UArroKp.
EsehnuKtt, ln noil ITnlleil NMlea
UomU UoaKht Mid Mold.
KPOHITH ncItI, and a fcnKrat banklnn
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANtr.I. HURD, Vreaidrnlt
ROHKKT. MILtt. Jut, ft el lal
C. N.HUGIIK8. Cuanler.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY Mai) K.
TTIXCIIANOE, coin, bank noU-i and L'ni'i;
jjj aiaiea iecumiea iKiunht and sold.
Iatrrexl Allowed on Tlrao IIfimmIIm.
RETAIL AND PRESCRIPTION
BTTDEE'S B LOCK
Cor. H'aablacton Av. and ElKblh Ml. ,
Where we will keep
A C 0 M P L E T E S TOOK
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
II It US II KB,
HICK-ROOM AND NURSERY APfLUNCKH, I
X C 23 C O Xj 3D :
Our Pure SPARKLING SODA W ATE It
GENUINE FRUIT SYRUPS
Can not be excelled. Wo ulso draw tho
BLUE LICK WATERS
AIho, a choice lot of Cigarx, of extra qua
Ity, told at reaDonable prices. Our
Will receive cpoclal attention and caio
bcliiK at all hours in charge or competent
and careful purtlcH. Prescriptions carefully
compounded at ull hour-day or night.
NONE RUT THE PUREST AND BESf
FOBWAIU)IN(J and COMMISSION
nr.it tin a nth.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agent of
IUIO RtVIR AND K-AMAWUA
70 Ohio Lkvek,
DEA1EE I3ST LIME
Ckmimt, Plaitxr Paris,
HO. "1 OHIO LXVXK, U.VDKK CITY NATION
t2TFpr the purjOM! of building up a
wholecale trade in Cairo, I wfU tell to deal
era and contractor In lota of U) barrcla and
upward, at inanufacturlnir price, addinir
Cairo. Augurt 13. 1872.
J. M. PHILLIPS Si CO.,
(Buccnor to E. 11. Undrica A Co.)
Forwarding, and Commission
WH ARB-BOAT PBOPBIETORS.
Literal Adraneemaau made
Are prcparrd to ikmii, ttoro and loniard
frtiabu to all iola aad tujr and
Mil on commtaaioD,
aaTIlmineia ailonded to promptly;
WOOD RITTENHOUSE & BRO.
(lenenil Cominbsion MercLauta
183 OHIO LKVEK,
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS i-or FAIRIJANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLLNOIS.
STRATTON it BIRD,
(HuccM.oralobtratlOD, UudionA Clark,)
57 Ohio Loveo, Cairo, Illinois.
JOHN U. PHLLIS& SON
(Huccaaaora to John II. I'hllln,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Cor. TENTI1-ST. AhD OHIO LEVK
OA IRQ, ILLS.
R. A. CUNNINGHAM. Fklix Choah.
CUNNINGHAM & CROSS,
SucccHorito Louergan 4 Cunningham
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND DKALKltS IN
3HLAY", OATS, OOBN
AND MILL FEED.
Z. II. MATUUSa.. . 0 .UUL
MATHUSS St UHL,
Commissi on Merc hantb
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
U. M OHIO lEVailC
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