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CXFFICE: No. 13 Tonth Street, Thornton's Building.
WEDNESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 26, 1870.
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO
The. New Constitution.
How II .Should lie IMibllMliud.
Tlio Constitutional Convention will
tlouhtless sulmilt tho Instrument they
may framu to a vole of the people. Ia
doing Ui I. that boly should provide for
Mich a puhlloatloti of It an will enable
tlio people to vote understaudlugly. It
will not do to order IU publication Id
tlio SprliiKHu'ld aov alone, It will
not do to order the printing und ills'
trlliutliifr of the Instrument In pamphlet
form. It should be given the widest dob
Ible publicity. This cuu ho accomplish
od only by scouring Ita publication In at
least ono paper of ouch political party
In every county In the Htato. Tlio cost
of such a publication will not be burdeu
flomo will not exceed, probably, tht
amount the "HUio printers" would make
It coHt to Ihhuu It in pamphlet shape und
place It in the hand of the dlll'ereiit
county ofllceiH. Hut lot the expense he
great or small, the people bhould know
for themselves, whut the new lustru
meiit In, and Ih not; and the only pox
Hlble plan for Imparting that luforiuution
Ih by causing IU publication in the pa
porn they take Into their families und
read and discus by their firesides. Thus
Informed, they will be fortlllod against
the misrepresentation or false construct
ions of both tho frlouds and foes of the
r. Instrument, and can vote a their own
deliberately formed and well sottlsd
opinions may suggest. Place a copy of
it, as you would by such a plan, iu the
litindH of every reading voter of th Htate
and, if It U suuh a constitution an the
vast Interest and multlplyluK .wants of
the commonwealth demand, it will be
approved. If, upon the othor baud, it
deserves the heal of thu people's con
defoliation, it will be sure to receive It.
The next agitation will be that of the
hlxtoeuth constitutional amendment, pro
viding for female uullruge.
Tho Roston 'Tost' thinks that tho un
bounded extravagance of this radical
i government U a yery prtper thing for
Dawes to pick ati"
The lower house of the Pennsylvania
eglslaturo refused to lucruasu the salary
of Gov. Geary to ",0U0.
Did Gov. Austin, of Minnesota, Intend
. any Insinuation when ho declined the
New Year' gift of a hou-o with the ru
marl: Ifa public olllcor couldn't main
tain himself without presents ho had
There Is muslo Iu congress. Itudical
leading strings aro giving way, and mea
venture to speak what they think. The
hypocrisy and cant of the demagogue
ure losing their controlling Intluence,
und truth Is averting IU supremacy.
let tho work go on; the pooplo rejoice,
Commenting upon thu Impudent man
ner with which Senator Conklluc an
noiiuced to congress the rescission of the
ratification of tho fifteenth amendment
by the New York legislature, tho Roch
ester Union says: "For suoh a man,
holding ortlce under suoh circumstances,
to lift his head In any place and thus ot
his fuco ogalnst tho sovereign will of the
people of hN state, acting. through a leg
islature Just choseu by a majority of 40,
000 votes, Is to cap tho climax of brnten
nous and mendacity, He ought to be
vNltod with a vote of censure and called
upon r to resign."
A Slate University.
MewMt-H. Allen a ml WiiII'm Hen-
(Prom llir llloniiilnxton (111.) I'linUgrnph. j
Iu our recent notice of the various
propositions which have been ollercd in
the Constitutional Convention in favor
of establishing u State University, no
mention wus made of that by Hon.
W.J. Allen, which, wo understand, wus
a tho very first presented. Jtut we fulled
to seo any notice of It at the time. Mr,
Alloa Is one of the ablest and most Influ
ential, mou In the Democratic party, far
any party In tho Btate; and few mfn
ure be.tter able to appreciate from obser
vation and from the experience of a well
stored mind, tho Importance ofu ilrnt
elass University In its Inllenco upon the
r future welfarti'Of the Stato. It Is there
fore encouiaglng to thu friends of tho
cause to have his istipport, and that of
other leading men.
From tho published proceedings of the
14th lust, we extract tho following boar
lug upon the same subject:
Mr. Wall, ott'orod the following resolu
tlon which wus read by tho tiecrotary
aud referred to the Committee on Edu
cation. To bo submitted, as an article to
bo separately voted upon : i ,
Amici.K-The .General Assembly at
its first Session after tho adontion of tills
Constitution, shttjj, hy Jaw. establish an
Institution of Learning, to bo known
the "Illluols University," and to provltle
tho necessary buildings, an observatory
una an reijuisuo uppuraius una unpiiau
...... .-,.,v. ....
dollars, uud foru nermaue'nt fund In sun-
port thereof, shall set apart annuull.T the
sum of dollars. Tho fiscal affair
una management or tno university shall
be Invested iu n Hoard of Rcbciiis in
luimher, to bo dented byajyoteof tie
peoplo. HtudenlH from this Htato may
enter tile University free of charge; those
from othor Htates upon payment of a
moderate sum, as a matriculation fee.
The Institution shall not bo under tho
control of any roliglous denomination.
The course of instruction shall embrace
all brunches usually taught In colleges;
the higher University courso, Law anil
Medicine. Hultablo provisions shall bo
made to encourago and protect the en
dowment of Chain by private donations,
and in general such provisions as will
filaeo the Institution upon a broad and
Iboral basis, commensurate with tho
greatness of tho State and the uivlllzu
llou'of the "go.
The Mini on Horseback.
11 runt's KqucMtrluii Stutue A.
(WilillonCorrri.omliT)x'f the Cincinnati Com
mercial. Certain ardent friends and admirers'
assisted by artistic talent, aro busy pet
ting up an equcstraln statue of 1'resldont
Grant to adorn tho front of tho treasury
building. The money has been sub
scribed, his excellency consulted, and
the horse selected from which to model
the animal, and the artist is nt work.
One could question tho tasto of this per
formauce. It comes within touching
distance of the Vunderbllt bronzes. It
Is too muoh the work ofthe men to ieuu
honor. We all know the motive thut
animates the move. "We feel to know,"
as my excellent friend, the Itt. Ita v.
Maxwell, P. G., was.wnntlo say, that
If his exoellbuoy were to Wilt until the
end of his term, thu su'bfttrrptlon would
be slow to swell to the uocuaejary amount.
When completed, the man oh horseback
will look upon the melancholy, unfinish
ed monument to George, the father of
hid country, aud since then a long line
of presidents have come and gone, who,
hud they desired, might havo figured In
bronze or marble, aud called for the
effigies duriug their brief hour of patron
age. Hut It Is a waste of good ink to be dis
cussing a question of us to with this ad
ministration. It has all sorts of sense
but a huuko of propriety. There is, how
ever, a little inner history connected
with this cqucHtrluu statue worth giving
to the public. Tho work originates iu
Philadelphia, under tlio direct super
vision of Pig-iron Kelley. And this ac
counts for certain lucteal fluids In the
cocoa nut. Up to a certain time It was
believed, If not kuown, that tho presi
dent sympathized with western Intereat.
Our Uov. Hayes, for example, hud a
very satisfactory talk oo that subject
wltli tlio eeueral, anil said tuat Ills view
sounded aa if based on the statistics of
David A. Wells. When, however, his
message made its appearance, there was
round a total revolution, ami all tlio
might of the administration was brought
to bear in favor of the present infamous
Inequality of taxation under which
western intervals ure Doing mined. Aim
soon It was whispered atiout thut tliul
part of the messuge hud been prepared
and nut In by old Pig-Iron Kelley him
self. The bronxo horse hud proved more
fatal to us than the wooden steed of
Troy. How could his excellency resist
the soft persuasion of a gentleman who
was uojug sucu a grauu ining for mm ;
An eouestrlau statue how far ahead
of the other heroes of tho war he would
be. Where Is your old Pup Thomas now?
wnut uro western mioresw to inisy i,et
us Have Infamous tariffs; let litem be
agmeuted. Ulysses will sit for uges In
Immortal bronze. long alter inese tran
sient moassres have pasted uud we small
men are forgotton. Well, as tho statuo Is
to be erected, we must Havo an appropri
ate Inscription, aud I humbly suggest
Kr4Ud la tko Honor,
Of UIjm.'. ri. Oitni, Ucurrul,
Aud I'reildcnt. ,
Of liuri origin nd qur.tiotiuM training,
Keholil hiuWI! iloo( fr&tu pxt'ut,
i Aud ;ttrlotxllr
II ail no rmclli,
KnteriDK tlio army,
lit- fuUht brim-lj, ml on renown
ihr mating tlio roulto UichinonJ
Ahiril7 of hutniu tone;
ILmimiuu to Lo tbo flrl Incoinmitid
Whfii Ui tiiMrrwr fi II,
'nm ihwor t'JliMirhon,
A Kntrful proptn niadt- tiitn l'rvtldciit.
liu nruvkd 'Ipii
Hy rcachlnc Into tliuukun
Ho M scneroiu,
And, to iIkmo who lirtupiit liliu KiCu,
llo gro fat olHco;
For he Ch1 IiU fjnilljr t llioiiiMlo rrll;
AniiliTt i Itiitiiorlul aa llio 11I7 iuhii
Whoi'x r lielpod
( A lirotlicr-lti-law.
Of proU-cli-il fojuwr kiid
lljr n ratfful w,
Wuo falti rif J fninoilalx
Wlillo tho people aitm-il.
Homo may question tho good tasto of
this, but I hubmlt that It is quito In keep
ing with the monument itself. If the
prosldontcunatTord thut equestrian stattic
I can stand tho inscription.
"Spat" Iletwecn FaruHUortli
A telegram from Washington
date of the 24th lust, says:
The reconstruction commlttoo met
this morulugh uud decided thut It was
best to accept tho senuto umendments,
rqado on Jfrlday last, to the house bill.
Accordingly, whea It camo up in the
house, this afternoon, they were concur
red In, by a party vote. The commltteu
inado the discovery that thu so-cul.ed
fundamental conditions of tho senuto hill
were already In tho constitution of Vir
ginia. The discussion iu both houses has made
nearly 200 columns of tho congressional
Globe.' This has been the most elabor
ately discussed of the many reconstruct
ion measures. The bill will be laid be
fore the president to-morrow, for his ap
proval. , ,
The VlrgiijlRns who are here say that
rather thtn submit to further delay,
they profor to accept tho bill as It has
Just before the hill was voted on, a
very warm triangular debate took place
between Butler, On one side, and Bing
ham and FtrnBWorth on tho other. But
ler classed tho latter among the weak
republicans acting with their allies the
democrats. Farusworlh said that ho
did not carofor tho cracks of the whip of
tho Massachusetts member, for tho litter
wus too new In tho republican, rty
to be u dictator. "He wus," said ' .us
worth, "chasing fugitive slaves thr ugh
Massachusetts when I wuh an anti-slavery
man. Ho was in tho Charleston
convention, voting 6" times for Jollerson
Davis for president, when I wus a rail I -cut
iu the Chicago convention." The
crowded galleries sent forth un explos
ion of applause uud laughter, which wus
followed upushg proceeded to compare
Butler to Peter aad Puul, as illustrated
In tho suddon conversion of one. aud of
tho betrayal of ths other.
The Petrified Man.
(Proic IhoMuieatlno Courier.)
The Cardiff glaut, before the humbug
was exposed, gave rlso to various ex
pressions of opinions in resard to tho
prolMiblllty. or possibility of tho pntrl
faction of tlio human body; very learned
m 'in, who had snout much time In tho
elucidation of the question of fosslllzu
tlon, taking opposite sides of tho argu
ment. While on thu ono hand ft was
contended thut the soft parts of the hu
man body were so susceptible of decay
that thero was no time for any process of
nuturo to fix the flftih in its rouudrd full
ness. To this It was answered that there
were many well authenticated cuxes In
which the mysterious energy of nature
had produced precisely that result. Tho
CurdlfT giant has been pretty thoroughly
proved a specimen of tlio sculptor's art,
but this by uo means proves thut no hu
man liody wus ever petriflod, or changed
Iu tho winter of 1&38, Mr, , a resi
dent of this county, wus tuken violently
ill, of what was kuown by the name of
the "winter fever," which wus fatal and
destructive dlsense. After a few duys 111
neks, the man died, uud on tho "Stli day
of January, 1838, ho was burled Iu a
cemetery udjaceut to his residence.
Iu the process of redeeming the prairie
aud cultivating farms, It bscume desira
ble that the body should be removal to
another burying grouuJ.
Tb friend of the deceased three yean
aftar tb burial. In thu winter of 184.1. as
sembled to exhume the body. Tlio earth
was removed from the coffin, and It was
raised with difficulty and thoso .en
gaged in the exhumation, were nston
Fshed at the weight of tho body. They
found thut It was beyond the strength 6f
four men to ruise It.
When ut last it was brought to the sur
face, the curiosity of thohe around was
excited to see what occasioned such an
unexpected weight. Tiiecotlln was open
ed. Thero was thucorpse apparently as
fresh and fulr us It was when deposited
In the earth, with every lineament of the
countenance perfect, but It was stone
It was seen, felt, und handled by about a
dozen persons, uud they all concluded
iu tho statement that tho human body
had become, in all IU parts, lis musoles,
and tissues, absolutely aud Indestructibly
a muss, of stone.
Tho Imdy was coavoyod to its new
resting placo and tho second time bu
rled, aud there It Is supposed it now re
mains. Thore It has laid for twenty
eight years. Of course, what further
change has come over It, Is unknown,
but thoso who saw it then believe that It
lies beneath tho prairie mold, a solouiu,
solid Btatuo formed of thut which was
once a living, active being.
By request of our Informants, we sup
press all tho circumstances that would
lead to a knowledge of tho place of Inter
ment, for tho friends and descendants of
the person whoso body has been subject
ed to this transformation, would not
wish that it should bo surreptitiously
conveyed to become a part of tho attrac
tion of somo yankeo showman. Were
thero no danger of this, wo should have
given names uud pluces, us well us dates.
Wo relate tho facts as told 'to us by an
A Mercenary Clergyman.
lncor Attempt to Corrupt a
JltdKC A "PrsiilUe to
Emtwria (Kan.) Crrf9mideucp nf the l.Mumiwurth
Kmporiu has a sensation at last It is
thusly: A Milt bus been some time
pending In thu district court of tills
county, between Henry Norton, and one
J.H. Wayutt, wherein Norton asks tho
(fiint to compel Wayalt to convey to
ku certain piece of laud, which Nbrt
' 'eggs that Wuyatt sold to him. Since
ij mmencomeut of the suit Wayut sold
U. ceded tho
niirtB. tlio rov
laud to ltev. A. Wlxon,
man of this city, and, of
course, tlio reverend servant oriviirisi,
was mado a party tlefenuaut Hi llie act
Ion. Tho cause canle on for hearing on
Tuesday,tho 4th Instunt, und on Wednes
day , tho Cth, tho reverend gentleman
called on his honor Judge Watson , ut
the hitter's residence, and placed In the
Judge's hands a letter, uud departed.
The letter wus addressed: "Hon. J. H
Watson, present, confidentially," uud
the, inside wus u.i follown, orthography
and "U i
Kmi'oku, Kan, Jan. fi. Hon. M.
Watson Jkar Friend ami llrotfar in
Chvht: Having mado the decision of
this suit of H. K. Norton uud Dr, J. H.
Wuvutt. to which I uiu u nartv defendant
a subject of earnest prayer to God, I have
been oniwtruluod to Inform you of the
conclusions to which 1 havo arrived,
whiou aro thoso; Thut Ifjusiico is none
the disputed land is mine. This is not
only my oplnlon.but the opinion of every
ono with whom I have conversed,) And
u it is ho ueoiueu by you ir your nonor
will bo kind enough to accoptIwll make
you a present of f COO. Permit me to say,
also, that one-half of the value of tho
contested land I havo promised tho Lord,
aud uoW promise you, should be used for
the bopent of His cause in Emporia.
Please accept this aa confidential from
your truo friend and brother hi Christ."
'iW. A. Wixoff:"
Judge Wauton did decide In hfirfav4r,
kit fitter pronounelng hls decision hVrc
lated the circumstances under whleh ho
received the above letter, and then
handed It over to Col. Plumb, county, alt
toraey, for his action Iu tho premises
Col. Plumb Immediately had a warrant
issued for the arrest of tlio aforesaid
messenger of God, and ho had his pre
liminary examination this afternoon,
and was held to ball in tho sum of $1,200
for his appearanco nt tho district eourt
oa the 12th lnat. Uo couldn't give hall,
and Its bw, . enjoying tho hospitality of
our new btrlfl In the county Jail. vHis
flocks wander without a shephofd. 'Uo
will probably withdraw tho proposition
which he mado to the Lord, ant! use the
money whleh ho had promised to hlra
in keeplug himself out of the penl tcnti-
Who Are They ? '
A Celebrated AnthercM Wkt
.Hade n Mistake, and a Clergy
hjhh Whe "It C'eaecal
(.VewrorkCorrnrionJoscooflhc Cincinnati Time,
A Mlebratod authoress, a native, and
for many years, long resident of thin
city, though now in Boston, was in her
youth very pretty and interesting, and
enjoyed tho fame of a desperate co-
iue"-. . "...
a certain wbiijchowb clergyman wno
had Just entered tho ministry, fell in love
witn uer artcr an auimaiea nutation on
her part and a serious wooing on his.
He proposed to her, and she, saying Bhe
had no idea ho, was so susceptible, refus
ed him. He wont away in much distress
and ceased to visit her. After examin
ing hor heart, or tho place near the
breast supposed to contain that Incon
venient article, she came to tlio conclut
lou that she loved tho yourfg clergyman.
She wrote to him to that effect, admit
ting that she had mado a mistake, aid
offering him her heart her fortune, liiid
her hand. ,
Tho late suitor's prldo wai to much
hurt; tho blow, too had wounded his love
to death. He merely made reply: "I
must beg tedellnolho tipaor you pro
pose. Give your' heart to (lodfyour for
tune to the poor, and your hand to the
next man who asks for It."
Sentimental persons suy she has long
been tho Jiiother of several children;
that her, heart Iiu4 ulwnys been empty.
Many of her pooms would Indicate this,
yet It is. dlillcult to believe u woman
who has written so much as she should
not ero this have gotten rid of her early
passion. Goethe was wont to cure him
selfof his deepest attachments hy com.
posing a single poem. Surely a strong
minded woman should dispose of a girl
Uli utl'ulrufter publishing eight or nine
Br Tlrtto of a Venditioni Kxpoiai ( mf illrrctrd
hr ilieClorkof thr circuit Court of Alexander cciin-
and against Abraham William, tiiaae Willlnroa, I'at
rlalc lU'lllrand 11rnarJ Hmjlli, I haTilfri(-d upon.tho
followinH dfierlhoil rotxrtr, lo-wili A nuiiitwrini
Thirtcoo (It) In lllock uunWrr4 Two VI) in tho city
of Cairo, AlfliADdrr coiialy, llllaola, thr Jiropcrly
of the aald IW'rnard HtiiTlli. whlah 1 ahall offer at pub
Uo aate at tho wraUrlr door of thn court haunt In the
olljof Calroon Iholtthdar or February, A. D. lalt.
U tweon the hours or nine o'clock, a.m. and aumot of
aid day for cadi to a atury r aid elocution.
' l.OlMS II. SITEIIS,
HhcriiT of Alexander county, Illinois
Coiro, III., Jnn. Slth, InTC Ja'J7w It
Ifatinxoponrd An oltlen In rooiiu ovr thi ilorrnf
Mt'r. llaynoa Jt Hloo, . lit Commercial nrnui,l
ixg iio to olfcr Im ervlcp to tlii-citiionj hfC'airo,
RKFKIM Tf)-Dr,N. K. D.wla, ehloago;
II. W. Bajmond, Chicago;
111 rj. HlloWac. .St, I.ouU;
Hon, Thawaa Kwniir, Ohio;
V. (I. llooth, Ea(.,T)illad(lnhl.
OTIOK TO SOUTH1CKX SH1TPKKS.
Urrica Manriux AtTT.l.nt'
it. l.nt'ii )
, IST0. J
Si. Loin, Junuary
Oannil aftr thn l.Mh duy uf February, 1N70, thin
Cvniiany will take no Haul to lm cnllec-tPd fur on
Uflifery, nar jicrmlt mroli-o eharura to go into !
inns or iMini;, to an jioinia itnoru tiiert an no
biumking rliiliea drMU drawn m conlyaeca wil' bn
tfttrnfri" of oharic, but In no rasp will Kooda tA'ld
for auch charge. All legitlnifile trunnnorUtion
t'h.'irit-i wllllx) paid uiual.
I1KNUT W. HMITH,
Janl'-llvr 1'ri'H't M.&ht.l,. hirkitO.
tm THa Tax Payers f Ala
Ijr audHCat rillluola.
The till book la now iu my Utind und for tlio puri
pour nf unllectinK llif Slate, County, Hpceial. 1'iiiiprf,
and Dihlnot riohool tnj.in now due.und for thu jenr A.
l. 1HUI, I irill Ixt at Cairo In hit urtW etvry day dur
ing tho mouth of Kobrliary, lST",
At tlio hoiiHu uf Juooli nrtlnn', in JlnalcMood Prr
incl. on Wodattiidiiy, March 'JUth, Ih;ii.
At Ilia Mtore of Joliu Kniilh, in Unity I'riHiliiflt, on
ThurB.liiy, Mnrch aiit, l7u, i
At th atoreof It. A. Ivlmonsnn In Clear CretV Vre
clnct.oii Mondiiv, AariHtli, IH7U.
At ilia Hcliool llmii.0, noar Tlmmaa J. Mi't'lure'a In
Clear Uto'k l'rruinci,on 'I'liuuduT. April 4th, l7
Atthe Htorxof J.ti. IIoIwIrk, in llivtuwnof Tliobfx
on Wo.liiusHay, April Clh, Ia7u.
Attheatoro "f lira. ('. Ilrllncr, at hunin Vv on
Thur-duy. April Jtli, lsfo.
At llm alum of M. I, tfuntnr, in Oihkp fl;ud, on
Kridnv, April stli, lu.
At tsu iioiimi of Taoiiian Miirtln, In Hpjtootli, on
batuniny, April win,
nj-'i'u liiuo alio ftwojieraoiul lux, Ik, niirujnd pay
II afld an eoaiH n I alinil uo hi I IM ill) mir 10
vollici,Tury'dolluruliai(l on tlio Tux limit aci'Onl-
hiir t.i liiur.
au'llu Hiiro am) briuK yourfoimer Ibi-t-ipta or. your
deed in order that the detor pilous of juur lm,da may
h.uiid reiidlly. , ' U. II. 1IVKUM, ,
Hhcrill'mvl l'f Oftlolo t'nlleeloror Alrxnnder !.
Collceliir'a (itlK'u Citiro; III., Juu.llli, A, 1. s7.
Public Notice li hereby glrcn that lht will Imi a'
general charter election fi-ild in tlfti City of Cairo.
County or Alexander, and Statu Mlllnoln on Tunda.
hebruaryiwnd, A.D.18:o,forthajunioi.or aleatinc
e. Mayor for ald cit r. ft City tlerk, City 'Altornoy. Clif
Trcaaurer and City MarahnV.nlao on tneaabcr if the
Select Council from the Flrat .Wardr ono Ynernber of
aiiniefroru the Second Word, and one member fronf
IhoCltr at UrRc; AIo two Aldermen from the Firat -Ward,
two Aldermen from thn heond Wara. one H-
l.lhn Inurlli Ward. i
I " Palla wlll Unperte,) In tVe different Wrd a fU
i'jwfi jnino ririi want at tne-ollice or McKenileat
to., corner of Hlxth .In et and Waahlneton aranuo,
Inthcfiecond Ward at the KiikIiio Jloumi of tho Aratt
MrocouipAiiv Mi nunmerclal atenun, foot of Nerenth
street. In the Third Ward In the offlcafH.Hhan.
uey, comer Winhlliutonnvenuo and Twelnil alreet
In tho Fourth Ward at tho Conrt Houao. on Waah
lollwllllsOneiIt9oVlock a.m. and elo.e'at
o clock p.m. of aald day. JOHN 11HOWN,
. City Clerk nroftm,
Cairo, llllnoit, January Jl, 1870. trt
qp M. JIULEN,
No. 72 Ohio Levee,
Iftrckanto af Cairo.
I'KODUCK AND COMMISSION
AC 3Q R O B Ai K Tf
No. 7 OAfo Ltree, Calre, HI.
Hneclal attention gltea lo cftnalnuaenU and llila
W. HTHATTON. t. ' ' ' '
(AtitMeoora leBtratloD, HiHlunn fJliirW),, ,, .
(Iroct'rs and Commission - Men-hiMti,
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Amerlraii I'owiler Co., Ancl'MaiuulaiituVrra
A ceil u lor Cuttnii Yaras,
Sn. 57 Ohio 1-vro, Cairo, III. ' I
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1IYAST. I'AKKKK. JOHN H. PUILXJfl..
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YEHS & CO.,
Mo. 133 Olil Laa-aa, CAIRO, IWL
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Forwartllntr aud Couiinlsslou Morchaats
Patro " - Xlltaolsj.
lAlxral Advances Miide, on Coixtignmonb.
Ire prepared lo rvcelve, atore or forward fraighto to
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tniled to with promptqen. aalOdavtf
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Ufiaral Cemnhuiioii Verfkaat,
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FOREIGN EXCHANGE. "
JOHN V. THOVKK CO.,
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