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Thi- vini,. tW lh elfin! f Art )ifl(t rtli thtt
:i hu ultimo. lm been irtTdtT om to aft"'
firii, negro ullritgc, iebl llslftii.-hhHi-
miiii.niid iii'Miovi:. I
The remit of thut- Mellon is iaafplio- ,
title uttO startling. . '
what vnu. liKc'dnp or l.'5. ?
I. If Jilt' Ilvll IHtinllIIN 1mLtiip
H i- mr atmiaapnare.. the acton
' !ll mi ii. I In h hllily cJtiuLit cfi' d it bin j
A inn ii of niiitiu light Js (.hooting i
1 1. 1 ttirilitr ni iur'lir imrn the wiIht 1
fcpninu, uimI it is imwr'i(f4ttt)tiinf ia( for I
j fh inVitou fifmlh- In ofiifr w-vdH,
1. Mi-fii!ritltlii hull" Hu- illlatlMi ItH. I
.-. en 'm kiiu ni ur. rno iuirr-iix i
i ti'H vyMti uty more litit of tl:ln ii:if
i"t r. 'i. rwwr Jwiik wJH-ti br bfort- it Hu
,) -. ,(. ret of Ulli (!', ttiil bri'l;r
. ;,.i;;iiitle chani Wiwn n the t-irih
fnnl tru c i? lit It mtfexvutrer nt jiii
-D:ileh ii uj m ffo I fir flic inmttlute
4otimr thai kevpt hlmn-lf vnn by i.
:u-j pluuetf. ond whoi llre-eatltii
; ' titIHi"thi wnele erth w ould sut
i- f.i n fitf daVsnti'y ? Ifao. !io long
v!m ihl i'itii-nry b- in renntilinf m, uud
Hrtying the tflo'ir away as If we werti a
futitle lump of ooat or a roaring fur
nu '- ft i eoluuiH of Jilit at UitrTal
i . i Mien iu approach U.- flatrtltig and
i .- .atlnB with freh hrllilancy !So
il i.ded mo it oMVfli tluit two nrtrouo
nji-'-,otip Ht l.Miidou, tho other at Ox
(ml, and notther Itnowla tho expert
I'lif of tho other. mipiKiaod that the ilark
gla i'f their lelcci'M had betl brnkeli
or p i! out of rang, no rirony wn- tbe
rftifti of ;;oldu liKlit upon the vIMDn It
ii prediulud that before the ( nd of next
yi-sr thlx magic light will Lava got
iiotir ei,)!H'h to u tj make it lmin'l
sin an 1 actual Influence upon
earth dl-tlnrily lelt. It Id nnuuuured
that In entietnencc we inny exixot to
see plieuiiineiiH. Umt nave nvr betn
seen or liuown i.'yrr by thi. huuian race
Tf an' -f our read?rj ir, therefore, jf t
!iipol to complain or the wnlbr uud
eartl.qunkex, let thorn rii)iubr thai,
ir liiii tniif next year, tijry may Uave
an entire new line r exiivrleucri to ex
'.I. m .
pu;u aim ontiurv. in cntpan
lie llttul winter aud rough, ru
of to-i',ay may ctni .Ike a Juhb moiu
Ing In vutwiin hihI
i';i'4iFr. nun iiiu ua2 iiiif ukhv
... am Ik I at... ..a 1. a. a., b .
.fumiiK in i.iv ui.iuiv, niu n Hirniiii
lullaby of thunder.
1 . i:-n i: r
That the exrrct-ideiit ol
H' i.t'iern Confederacy, and the Jutr ex
I'.tHident ol the t'uiied Maten. atone
.lie the head o' the iwoarinlue oppo
'.tig tai otitrou tliii I ' titluetit. uti jM
have taken up llmlr reat'lencu In Tin
ncMee ulmtut hHntiltaneoii-ly the one
in the Western portu u ot the 'State, aud
the other lu the Kaiteru tertian, Is UK
gestivo of the sirange vlcl..sudes id
revolutionary ,-erluds. and revive peeu.
' ar reiulnUoeiiue of the stirring eveuu
lat hav transpired in tins ouw jicaii
ii republic wlihlu the laei eight er.
Immediately pruoedlng Hie HrHatr niK
prejudi'-e cxti'ied in ti e nlndf uuu;
ill '1 etiliesM'e Haill Hull Jetlervou
i)avis, of MIirippi, 1 1 ( tated Hltuuet
entirely by the wat. Vet we can
nieinlirr when he was very naarl.v
mobbed while pa-Mug through tin
Houihwcaiern puriiuu ot the .Stale. A
later, mid the lion Andrew .Inlmwii
wax tiNn very oeur being mobbed title
piiHtliig thniugh Virginia fmui Ten
iitriL-e, en route tor the Federal capital.
It la a untli'iible ioi..cldpnee, that Ten
nestee, more iiinoceul than any other
Ktuteofthe Uiiiidi hi blimulatlug the
n" the receni
nust heroic of-'
passloiu which rerulied I
eonllict; which made Hie must
rom or nil her ster otatv
thrrnateued collNIou, and In tcrpo-uil
herneiras a hreal: water Letwesu the em
bill, red seeiion: which ultimately In
volved in the dreadful carnage, t'urtiUU
ed Hoidlrr to Imth aruiies, aiidsiiiuliieil
heavier lnc hi bhuduud ireisure than
nil others; and nulling the llr.i to engage
In tno wnra ttt reeour llat;oti a id r.-fW
ration -should bm.nu liuall- il... i.Uce ;
of doinieil .if two uf ihe priiicliw: uctort f
.ud (liri-i tiirs ol il storm .f revolution. 1
iwo lilu-lrioufc I'rt stdenta uleeu bcnciUlt
.c r f od, "the hloep that know no walk
ing ' iieai and wuhlii bet oaphal, aud
two I iug fx Priwldeiitei, ehlofs of t.v
iippoc ng powen, who i-aruon were
thundeied ovor their julet epuleherh,
reiuru to inauu meir Home within tne
t") oers ii
the volunteer Si ate of tho ,
or rur. arurii;
Mr Daniel Ynnny, of Hoi'hes'.cr, has
ollereid 70,000 lor the giant . Tito
tfl-wafi refused. Mr. liigg'lns rfiwed
.m for his ono-elghth Interest In the
llgt.ru. Bumo idea of the excitement
which tho stum man li creating will be
obtained by road any the fl lowing para,
graph from tho rfynicuso Journal :'
'The grealU Increased atteudanco
upon thu exhlti. lion of the Card id giant
iudicatoi iiiat there Is no abatement of
the publlo interest In the wonder. The
tact that tlie statue to he taken of Hie
East Induce thotiiauds of people from
nil parts of the central countrlee to
pome hi re and fee It. All the railroad
trains are fllledwlth tho etirhus, and
visitors, yesterday nnd to day have out
numbered those who hnvo ulany prevl
oih tlmo attouded. They overcrowded
tho pmce of exhibition, A petition
liumeroti-ly signed by leading oltl.eii
and btiflpess men, wan to-day presented
to the proprietor of tho glanl, asking Ihu
conthmaucoof the exhibition till tho
public Ipterent is moro fully satirtied.
Although arrangementH have been made
for the removal of the Ktntuo to Albany
and Now York, tho very good reasons
rge for U being, gept hero a whllo
ou,;or,uboulil induce tho proprietors to
to grant the request for lho ooiUlinuuco
of thooxhlhltlon here"
r.'ie.Mory f n 1'nnilly YVIi!laii:
In ehr tut.
rill a lntin
Ofl( Krlrtny nornlng there arrived jn
Detroit, from Wisconsin, a mini named
Chariest), turner, bound torhls homo,
near Ituehesler, N. V , wlio, vrilh others,
i art Mid u iciiiii ot man's inhuman
i meanness us (Hie inlglit ever meet wltli.
! Lust spiing u widow named eilingler,
wlio, resided about fifty mlledfrom Ro
1 cheater, N. y., was besot oy a neighbor.
win. had jtisl returned Horn wiaeoii-in,
to bargain lor forty acres oi land widen
lie hud jitBtL purchased one hundred mllea
went or .Milwaukee He represented the
laud to be fertile and valuable, ou tho
line ot u rulirtmd and near a large vil
iuk. and tntitr. nice lurruhoUf-e .as
it(in(r,t mi t(. (!taip.
i i.u u'i.i.,u i. i. .! n fiivfllltif. atwl n
ir t ii, i.i mifi un iihimIi and mi
wot I did tue neighbor depict the value of
His own property. It location, etc, that
the widow, who Is also the mother of
i MO (laughters, was induced to give her
laiid.iUeillugand three hundred dollars
In addition uir tho forty acre farm In
, Wlscoiioln. rihe had about two hundred
dollars lelt, mid determined t remove
I t her new home, turner, vhe 'f. u sing e
I mad, reMideu near, by, and ho Was in
1 duced ti come West with the widow to
(attend t j the farm its a ulred man. The
;arty and their goods eventually reached
tiitnr destination, and they round, what
others In their places had often found
before, that the speculator was a base
and M.'hemiug villain,
i The land was miles from auy town,
I part .r It waU-r, and tho rest nhore and
iud t-anki-, v.un no houso uon it In
1 not. tho?rtllon!beir was nollound nn
' til nearly all tho widow's means were
exhausted, stopping at a village eume
' t wetvc miles away Tho ;cllmuie did not
, agree wim win.' jnuj. uuu u'vij uuv
irV!aii tell nick, and, while In this Mate,
WMI . . - .... .. -.i .. -i ,., .......
(lie luiiua wt.it cnausicu, uiiu uti u-iu
reuioved to the county poor house. -f
: ter two months of sutlerlng Turner lelt
abie to btar the Journey, and his cxpen.
svn were paid to Detroit. Tho widow
I and her cuildreii. wnrth. live or fix
m utlj' ago, at leant So,', are to-day
lumatee of that county lioer houce. ml
njfiiaiee oi mat county jioer noute, an
tHsk "w """i" "e"'y i'y'HK irVn
thu luaulldd troubles which hem her in.
Theaoove was gleaned Irom Turner
While he was T.attiug for tho lerry-laiat
l. in. pocirct,
lit' more lino a corptc man a
living human Uii ;, aud expeOted to
wait i very mile urtlw way rrom inu
' mr to K -better, tils stoty was retold
l lu homo klud'hearted bailors and Idlern,
laud Ihu man was detalued until a uolluc
te ' lion could lie taken. up, when he wan pre
n led with eome live duiints, cryiug iiku
a tlilld n- die miuiey was jnaeed in hi
hand, mid tet - tt proudly, thrmuh hi-
tears aud alrt, Uuu he never auaeptad
the hand ol ouarlty befon-
'1 here is no
deulH hiiatory la true.
atllllnnare'a Sna In t fits II n it p en tin r
Vandorbllt, Jr., the son of the bronzed
mariner, waa arrested the other day and
lodged in J4.i fur giving a cheuk upon a
bank In which he had no money. His
miiislgnmeiit to the dungeons of Ludlow
ret Hie 'svw vurK ouir rays, leu io ,
the difPliiitire of a transaction with I
Missrs. E. V. Uaughwout iV Co., exien- j
rive iuiHirtcr. ..t Mlverware, to whom ho j
had kIvcii uiiumt-r worthless checK. Iho i
uiieeK which out.g Vandcrhilt foisted
UP " t,,um Wl" '" l'iy,u"1 for u 8el
tn lto tno haiikrupicy. tie stated ins
debis at over three hundred thunlaiid
dollar. Among other to wh ui he
wed various sums of money wa the
Hon. Iloruen Greeley Tho philosopher I
was viidted by young Vai.dorbilt Jut j
when he was wilting ono ot those pleas
ant lltllo urtlolea ou political ecounmy. I
havor metogtayourenuoMement ,
on. wr- 'Jfrewy, vaiu- v auue'iiiu. ,
Tue philofpli'-'f heard the request w.ih
compuure, lil" mind, however, was
uui;rosed with his work
Meuliatilca.lv he took Uie check which
was presented to him and endorsed It.
Young Vaudurbllt went direct lo a bank
anil undertook to got the check cashed.
No one could decipher tho endorse
mom. "K " u,,p,""'.
name of Horace Ureoly. J'.vory person
In Lho bulk tried to decipher it. Then
an ae and trust-.worthy clerk was dis
patched to the Tribue omoe wuu tno
"Mv uod, mnn, what do you want :"
Inquired the politic economist phlloso-
dier, greatly aanoycu wiieu me niaru
Is that your signature ?"
"I think It Is," replied the philosopher
without looking up.
"Aio you sure It Is'.'"
"lean t say for certain," replied the
philosopher, ttlll bending over his work.
"I must know for certain whethoi it
Is or not.'1 ... .
Mr. Oreeley took tho check In hand,
ficrutinlzlng il, and handed It back, say
lug: "It Is all right; that Is my en
Young Vandorbllt rocelved the money
from lho Ihii, aud when tho ohenk be
(.ime due it was uot paid, aud Mr. Oree
ley had to pay It.
Tills cwmo to tho knowledge of tho el
der VanilerbUt, and forthwith ho posted
to tho 'TTluu.no1 ollleo. He found tho
philosopher aa tho ami had found him,
busily wilting, hut this tlmo ho was pro
paring u lecture.
"1 am como lo eay, Mr. Oreeley," said
tho old Commodore, "that I will not pay
a cent of that check."
Mr. Ureelty looked up from hia man
uscript, mhI mildly remarked, "I did
not tisl; you to,"
The Commodore vanlMied
TISSJ BOYLSTO.V HASK UOII
JUiltT. a now a:tic iscxor-vr.
Only . day or two before tho lobbery
of tho HoylutOQ JJnnk In thin city, a
young man who for & number of years'
mis been in the employ of a larye whole
bajg houae in Duanc treet, aavlnt; n
lurub portion of Ills hurd-earued wuijcti,
got married This waa on daturdty lujt,
at which tlmo he had on deposit in tho
bank 7,000 In bonds. Of course, plans
had all been matured days bcloru for it
wedding tour. The necebiury funds for
his uxcumlon were in too vuulls or tno
bank. About- ten o'clock on Monday
tho young husband called at thu haul; to
obtain) '. fuid ution.tr irrent n
sternal ion. he a luforiscd that every
dollar of his money had bueti apprji
ated OV thnskllllul buri:Iuri. Wlio ua
i nortruy uls feeliaye? o fund-? for tht
i wcddluir tour and no nurnlU4 mcauc for
tho support of a young wife. However,
it api.curs that tlieyouug br'de was a
girl of more than ordinary good ihts .
tihe Wus in every eiiwo of the word a
heroine; camo lo his rescue and frankly
told hlra that she alone was enough' for
the emergency. She said they had taken
each other frr" "better or for worse," and
It was so" ordered that the wors-i had come
llrst, and thej must bo courageous en
ough to endure It. This was cousolatlou
t tho right time, and In the rigfitspot.
AXOTII It X-:.Vlj V.4.M A
An l-nUnoiTn Uuu Mur dared ArreH
Kit upjioJ leriielrninr.
tKrom tlit ?.ttburK Commrcli.j
On Monday morning last tlw doad
L body ol a man was found at Mill ituu,
rayelto Louuty roiuisyivauia, on iue
C.MiiiellsvlIte railroad, ine nody bore
evitlBiieo of having been louilj dean
wtlh. There were two wounds lu Hie j
lace, uear the right eye, one oi which, a '
bullet woiiud, war eutticient to caue i
death, the ball having penetrated the
brain. The following is a description ot
ion tnwlv: .lx leal in leimtn, weiKUiui;
( ubout ImJ pounds, darK hair UttZci eyes,
.Imt anur vMUskers uud Jlgut cum-
! i.icxioii. in
lou,,d u coal l
, ieuI1 nushels i
one ot tno pouaeu was
lluKet, as louoWus: "rll
ot coal lor v. lumpueii.
October J, ltWD." 'lhis t.ollet in-i ul
lord a Clue b a relereiice to mo oookB
Kt .dr. Armstrong's C"al ollice.
latat eveuliiit our reimrier met riherlll i
I Walker, ol Kajette county, anil nefUled j
umt iwo muu uuu oeeu aricaieu uuu
... i 1 1 .......... ..... .... ... . . in . .. .
lOOgtXl 1U jmi lv l uiuiiwnu ii om.jmi.iuii
ot lining me muiuerers. T'lielr nuuit-
are Ouuu uiitvan nnd (Jien.
rue murder w9 committed on duiuniay
niulil luat, uuu ou 'Uui day titeee two
men ere observed lu ftprin,;lletd. Tuey
lelt there that eveulUK, aud their pre-
viotis cUspieiuui movements led to llieir
irre-t aitr Hie muider wan dl'overed
After their arrest spot ui blood was dis-
covered ou ttie ooat which one of thorn !
.tore, and this, tukeu lu t, juiieullon Willi , i
fie ooinu.-eu stories mey leu oi lueir
miurouhuuin en SHiurday nigh;, leads
iiinu to Uciieve they were tneperpelru
I vols ot the loul deed. The murdeied man
t had uoi oeeti id on tilled ai ian uccouuts.
1J. W. Uuil, .Mill iiuu, J'aeite totJUiy,
I'oiiit , oati give fuit icr tuionuatiii to
thoa who may desire it
Alltii' Hrplr " Jlct'oidi Clinlleni-r.
In recent a number of the St. Louis
'Trilmue' Tom Alien publlalten n reply
to illko SIcCoolo'd challenge to fight "for
the run ol the thing." lie says:
"I sue by tho morning paper
express an ..x
light mo for nothlug; to nave the contest
come oirouletly aud privately and lor
eaeti mall lake nut live Irfetids with hint.
Now, prize llgtillug Is my profusion ; the
means whereby I earii'iny livelihood.
J have fought twice; hr.v been victori
ous both times; was shauielully cheated
out of thi mouev whloti wan rightfully
mtue ami do ti-it propoe to right for
nothliigaiiy moro. Mr .McCnoie mu-.
know that men like he uud I o'vuid not
light any place unless a crow I a as thero
to seo what wa3 going on. The matter
could not be conducted Iu a strictly pri
vate manner, Jfho deeiro to make a
match with mo without any newspape
notice, he could have gono to hilly Car
rol's and made n depotk wltli that en
tleuian. I will tight hlih In ten days a
pare or hi proposal tor S-'iOO or aLOlrJ
asldo, fifty mllcj from Cluel'inatl. the
winuer to take stakes and excursion
money both. Ho far as the los which
McCoolo has sustained, I have but one
thing to say that I have BUllered great
er lo, havliig trained for fully six
months during tho past your ror rive
i fights four of which camo oil'. I deny
! that McCoole Ib or everwas champion,
The tportlng papers or people (if the
East could never see how he camo , by
, that title.
II" SlcCoole enters Into a nir.toh to light
for tho sum and on the terms mentioned
I by mo, I am confident the "mill" will
'comoolT. Ifthe last match had been
! made- for a less amount of monoy, so as
! to preclude too much speculation by out
side but tluantlally Interested parties, wo
' would havo had the fight out noar Cin
cinnati. 1 will ot light any person
i within .100 miles of S Louis. Mr.
' McCoole drew IiIh portion nf tho stako
' mouoy on the late flasoo, unknown to me,
! when if was appeclal agreement betweon
i he and I, bofore we loft Cincinnati, that
wo should both meet at Thorwegan'a
billiard hall and try to mako up another
I match b iroro cither took a cent
t tlf MoCoole accepts my proposition, I
am ready to tight. K not, then I will
light any man In the Tulled States, for
anv amount ormoney, within fifty miles
of Cincinnati, or at a point In Canada
situated fifty Allies from Detroit, Mlon.
I Tiuit'A.vjr, tiii: Mi'itDCttrii. cxijn.
' l.M) II" I'UKKXOMiCJIISTN.
From thoSf riOtrU-. Ncv.lf.J
It may Interest the disciples of Gall
and Spurzhclm to learn thntTraupmann,
1 the rma$in In mode in Tarle haw been
' subjected to the scrutiny of SI. llerger, a
French professor of phrenology. The
results of hTs investigations are atlcat
; startling, and to; tho uninitiated might
' appear contradictory. The most highly
i dev loped organ of Traupmunn'tJ head
l.i the lovo of children. With the mem
ory of his recent exploit- fresh In one's
mind thlRantiouucement id calculated to
. take ond by kurnrlso. but the learned
professor explain that an abnormal
l development of tho bumps of ctnnl ,'lvc
netn, secretivenetjs anil actiulf-llU'eues
: unables an otttcrviso benevolent person
to overcome IjIh philanthropic- ten-
, Motielos. Tho well known M. Deabaro-
He ban also bcin admitted to examine
Ul UHIIIItlVV fcW ViWtidll4l.
?h rf tho PautJn murderer, but
his report i lei favorable, lu the liuea
or tho jialm he reads the e.Jgn of many
cTi! pas-slohn, and traces a. general tf'
honiblance U6p.iVeti hi HngeiH autf those
of the notorious llumolloredfWlioJwafl exe
cuted a few yeur hgo for having mur
dered sixteen jlrls In seven yean'.
LIQUORS. TOBACCO, ETC.
Importer and Wholesale
Dost llranik of Crcnin nnd Stork Alt
.So. 76 Ohio Lkvee,'
HEAt. 7ATL CROKER9, ETC.
'r.(-'"m'r teJuhnU. UirraM X Co.,)
UE All ESTATE AGENT '
Uuj-j ad tn Itfiil P.tt. rT Taxhi, rurnUht
Atrctof rlllf. hikI rrrnart-i C . fTMffH of all
indi. Ortlcc. Na.:ij2 l Crwi.-, Oiilo I.9TCf. marlSU
J t ,i.N W TROVER A CO..
Real Eitnie, Hum) and Slock llrokcrs.
Will iktirnd to lh r?cirnl c($tit, Ciuntjand Ctt;
T.xon, iiiJ all bujmm pctUInmj lo a OT.NKtl..
Eloum Street, seeond door from Com. Are.,
iic.T' JJtf Calm. III.
nitE W COD,
i preptrtd to Oil erdtrt PrnMpdj .-md iittifioKinJj
wltli the bi( OHlcnI hlliOTV firfroixl.
f.Mraoratn tHtla' oldiuu'l, or tttha
't: j . itpttf
J. W. TDRXER
la pripiieJ to furninh
G-ood XZai'd XV oocl
At price which defy competition, nUlo to
Deliver In any art oftlirCHy,
Oa thn nhortest notice.
Li-nre nrdr ? cn ilVfiat IliiUn'p porrry, Loner
fna't K-rU more, and Woodn Mid Roach'i Krocerr.
STOVES, TINWARE, ETC.
II ALLEY'S CHARTER OAK,
Copper, Tin and' Sheet Iron
.Vo. tf.fi WASII1XGT0X AVKXL !!,
iaww tbe Murket HftUff i
IvooRok. OuttariiH:, Hpoatini; and F'eamboit Wort-
if a in a tit aaa inil-UattiJ mur
muso'ir, at .hurt an
fUOlUfl. AND roMMIHSION
M B R O II A N T,
A'o. "C Ohio Iree. C'ull'O, III.
Svitltectlnn eixen tt-nlgninent nnd fillies
i "HMYfn isTco.T
U IEOIiEAIiE GKCIOKltS,
OHIO LHVKK, - - CAIRO, ILLINOIS
.Uoke gonitn.tly on hand rno.l complete
stookof II(llJOUfl( vilIHKIBH,
SCOTOII AND IRISH WHISKY, GIN
Iorl, Jlndflrn, flairi ry and CatMli
J, MED $ C&S CKLnti'UATKD WHhKlr
Wo k1I e .eln.viJy ti.p OASIt, towhwli invilthe
e-Hiuiul utifliition paid to blliae order
jg S. HARRELL,
eaiiii. is -
sp 'cr 21 isr x t tct
(npcnsware, Bar natures, 01nsswr
IIOUHIS I'l'UNlHHINO OOOIIH,
l85uU,Com..VT. 1 0AHta,liU.drc3J.H ftEEVHa. n Naw York 4
itrit. 1 e,i7a,flr
gTKATTON & BIRD,
(Suc!?or to Miration, Hii'lic. U CnV),
Grocers nnd Commission Jm'hatt1
American l'omrr Co., mid Plnnnfartrr
Akpiiu fur Coituu YAran.
No. 87 Ohio Letre, Clru, III.
BOAT STOKES, GROfERtES AND PRO
FLOUR XERCliAXT AS'I)
kO Utdo Jjevee. iUdro. llllnvla.
Orde-j rollcltid wst'
prompt!? art1 t'Uiatacler'LT
UVAt T. PAJUCEB. JorXN-B. PiULLIH.
JpAUKEK & PIULLJS,
Coin mission uud Forwarding- XercbaBii
AeJ D-il.'rh N
I'ler, Coru, Omim, Jlrnu, md nit l.luiU U
OHIO LEVEi:..........,..CAlRO, ILL.
YKR3 A CO.,
O M M ISSIOK hi K It C II A X T:l,
So. 133 Uhlo Levee, CAIIIO, ILL.
J M. PILlLIill'H & CO.,
(SnteMsors o K. B. nndrlck A o.,)
Forwarding ami (Jo n nlioa rloruha U
Cairo - - - zuiaolM.
Liberal Advaneet Made on Oontlgnmcnti.
ire prepuidto rtcelte, store or forward IreJRht ta
ill polntf ; buy or e?ll nn ciirnmmlon Buttcea
ecicd lowttli proinplcro anltMtwe
PI. M. Ii TJ L E 1ST
lUiiss nmoi4 k .T Ohio Lfa. nit An.
City NitlloruU Rask. wher with Uuer rlufiidee arX
ItrKfratock. hiolicll Ihe lonltnuance ol imtruii
aKHurtilt tottoer euitotnerf, wot) m thV of
Nili-rlor aceoiiiniiMlallnnv lot atcirac
nun inc iiuittiiiiiK or an itjuua or
I'roiluru n C .uiHiiilou.
Cairo, III .Juno 1, mi. tnySMtf
Q W. GREEN, '
(PnceMtor to Kdlli, Orfen Co.,'
General Commission Merchant,
Pfaier la Croceriee, I.ur.e, riuter ParU, r.aMit
JKla JL jum. 9
InLulW, aluav-en h.ud. Corner Klahlh .treetaa
Ohio 1 vo. Cir lUiuuu. uiyisdl
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Yy'TLi.IAil SV. THORNTON,
WtC-ttaU uJ Kcual Dealer in
XLm'ix -acx To o xr, SIliiX-cleM
Oeatar Paite, Donre, Sn.li, Illlnda and Win
Oiliro on Tenth Ntret,
etneen Commervtal ud W-sMBctft" Ar-ai-M,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS '
Rock Hirer Paper fA)mucny' SKsaihlng Felt
IU Vf. Jobu'H LuproveJ ItoaMag
Ailicetoe Cement aHray -a Umm
in large or (tnalt UnUlle,
of every deecriptton,
LatU, Hblnclea anil Cdar Poita",
YAKD AND OFKICE-CorqerCoinVicrcW aTotme a,l
CAI HO, t JLUN 018.
Qt,Uu solicited and promptly ailed,." Steainlioel
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YOin QUACKS. A VICTIM OK ERI.T IK.
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.hu dlneoverMa nlmnlf rnen nf cur.
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