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OFFICE: No. 13 Tenth Street, Thorn-ton' Building.
DAILY EDITION
MONDAY EVENING. EEBllUAHV 7, 1S70.
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO
THE WOMEN Uf THE HA II EMS IN
' ' C0UXG1L., "
TJio proposed legislation relative lo
Utuli, has culled out the women of the
Mormon harems to utter the.r protrit
against any change In the existing or-1 ir
IJIIIIIIU III IIIC UAinLIII vi'l '
of tiling A convention was tecent y
held at Halt luku in wnicn tno worm n t possibly nostpono tno nuymciu 01 me n-
J t ...I-.. ........ .. . .. ,l.r, I..I.. . . T . I
oi .Mormoniiou guve "iterance iu iiiiu
views, lauding polygamy and tho entire 1
ethic? and morals of that community, i
The meeting watt quite large and the j
mnmiiers ncem to nave ueen irom u.e
representative families. We have not
space to give the entire proceedings, hut
must present home of the most salient
features as developed in the speeches
All were unctions on " sealing" and n
cognized It as " patriarchal," ;the plv.
oted Idea of Mormon religion and polity.
The meeting opened with an invoca
tion by sister Zlris, one of Ilrlgham
Young's wives. After general and spe
clal invocation, she said:
" May hlud angels watch over us, and
lot the Just rejoice because of the Integri
ty of tlie hearts of the daughters of Zlon.
May the wicked and those who seek our
destruction llnd no resting place in our
land, but may they go to their own
place. Let us devote every principle of
our souls to this blessed organization
(polygamy which thou hast permitted
to be again established upon tho earth.
Mess tin labors of the priesthood Wu
dedicate ourselves to Thee In the name
of Jeaus of Nazareth. Amen."
Bister Kimball, one of the widows of
Heber William, a magnate, took the
chair. Bhe opened with n flourish over
the Revolutionary war and expatiated
iu glowing terms on the grandfathers
and liberty Yet the Mormons "had
been driven, outcast, almost from the
nation that gave them birth, under
whose banner they ehould have been
protected " .She declared that the Cull
uiii bill before Cougres "proposes to dis
inherit the citizens of Utah, If they cling
VU kt(U rIIIVIJ'lb3 U tllll IWIIIUH I w
from them everv riirht of citizens, every 1
to the principles of their religion; to take
right sacred to man." Among other j
grievances to follow the bill was this, to
deprive tho women of "sealing" their j
own husbands. Bald Hhc, "Against this t
we rebel." Sister Kimball Is strong on
the patrlarclihl feature.
Bister IJethsheba Smith, one of the
rr?,.nr It. Smith. Ant counsell- ;
or to the prophet Rrlglinni, historian of
the church, and second In nuthorlty In
tlin Territory. Hnoko. .Shu revived tho
struggles ofthe Mormons, and declared
that they only demanded the "constitu
tional boon of religious liberty."
Sister Biter, long a mother in the
Mormon Israel, waxed warm. Bhe eu
logized tho status of Mormon women
and said:
"We hare not met here, my beloved
liters, as women of other States and
Territories meet, to complain of tho
wrongs and abuses Inflicted upon us by
our husbands, our fathers und sons; but
we are happy to state that we have no
such afflictions ami nbucs to complain
of. Neither do we nk for tho right of
franchl'-e; nor do we :ik for more law,
more liberty or more right: from our hus
bands aud brothers, for there Is tio Mot
on the wide earth where kind nets and
affection are ruoro bestowed upon women
aud her rlg'it more sacredly defended.
... . " . . . i.
we nre nero to exnress ouriove ior eacu ,
other and to exhibit to the world our de-'
votlon to God our Heavenly Father, ami
quircmouis oi me uospei: ami us me
laws of celestial marriage Is one of the
. . ...... . "i . ..... i
i.ai mill r a
requirements wo aro recoiveu in iinuor.
teach and proctlco the same. May God
grant us strength to do so. That we may
continue lo enjoy freedom and civil and
religious liberty, I nsk In the name of
Jesus Christ."
Bister Illtcr, though decidedly pro
nounced, Is put in tho shado by sister
Horn, who embraced the faith in 1835.
She hoped all her sister saints would be
united against the Cullumblll, and then
aid:
"I am proved, that I preach and prac
tice plurality of wives, and I always ex
pect to do so. We aro all in tho hands
of God, and ho overrules everything "
Sister PJiebe Woodruff was the next
speaker. She dovo-talled "sealing' Into
Inhibition of constitution, which de
clares that "Congress shall make no laws
respecting an establishment of religion,
or prohibiting tho exercise thereof."
She then proceeds:
"Cullum's bill U in direct violation of
this declaration of the constitution, and
1 think H our duty to do all In our pow
er, by our voices and lutlueuce, to
thwart Its passage, for It commits a vio
lent outrage upon our rights, and the
rights of our fathers, husbands and sous ;
and whatever may be the final result of
tho action of Cougrv js In passing or en
forcing oppressive Jaws, for tho sake of
our religion upon the noble men who
havo subdued theso desorts, It la our duty
to,Bland by them and support them by
our faith , prayers and works, through
every dark hour Into the end, and trust
in God to defend us and all who are call
ed to autrer for keeping tlw command
ments of God. God has re
veaed unto us the law of the patriarch
al order of marriage, aud has command
ed U!i to obey it. Wo are sealed to our
husbands for time and eternity, that wo
may idwell with them and the world o
co'mo, which guarantees unto us' tho
greatest blessings for whioh wo aro cre
ated. She cloes by hoping that if the "prop
bet, apostles and elders" be disfran
chised and imprisoned for obeying' tho
...dmmandij for plural marriage, their
prisons may be large enough to hold
their wivs, for where the husbands go
the-'Wives will desire to follow. This
would demand lurjjo prison accommoda
tions and the Issulm: of a largo amoui .
of rations. If It comes to that alternative, J
Ul I.IUUIIS. II IbUUHJUn ,w fcli... ivi ...... -j :
Uncle Ham will have a heavy 1)111 ami ,
uonai uoni.
This brief transcript of the doings and
hayings of tho Mormon wives, shows a
remarkable phase of opinion In Utah.
The system has taken a deep hold of the
people, and seems to have become en
graved as a religious fanaticism. This
makes the case peculiarly difficult to
handle. Where an Idea takes a religious
foot-hold Its roots strlko deep.
Tho East St. Loul 'Gazette' says the
Cairo and St. Louis Railroad Company,
J. J. Mitchell president, aro making a
i momuoufe effort tociillst IhoChlcagoand
Alton Ilallroad Company to help their
project to aprttspectof realization; and
we hope they may do it.
Newport, Vt., has had an eposide In
domestic life, In the shape of a double
elopement, One man ran away with the
wife of another, came there and set up
housekeeping. While husband No. 2 was
at work, No. 1 camo upon tho scene, re
conclled matters, and when No. " came
home he found his hearthstone dw-erted
A number of young men, who had been
pi the habit of disturbing tho congrega
tion of oneof the Madison coun'y, Ky.(
churches were Middcnly seized t.ic other
night as they left the church by some
Ku Klux, turned over a bora block, and
so unmercifully spanked that they prom
ised tint only to mend their way's, but to
become good members of the church.
The case of Ann Hklfton against thf
trustees of the Hartford, Providence and
Kl.hL-lll U'iitrnriri. nil trial for 60010 time
m r j
at Hartford, has finally resulted In a ver-
diet for the defendants. Mrs. Sklftoii
was severely Injured in Hartford, last
March, by being struck by n train, and
he claimed $10,000 damages, but In the
opinion of the court the accident was
caused by the woman's negligence.
. . - .-
1" Christian Uiurcu, ai e..ev c ,
. I if mi C.iMir.lfi v nlf.tii wiw.tr. n. Mr. Wlir
i fcJ ! VM '-""""w; ...p,.-. " 1 f
gins ti'cused a young man nameu lan
iter of whispering the night previous, and
dlsturblnir the concregatlon, whereupon
the latter, while pacing out afterward,
accompanied by a young lady, neeing
Wiggins near him, drew a knife and
slabbed him through the heart. The
murdered man was fifty years old, and
leaves a wife and eight children. Tan
ner mounted a horse and escaped.
At Aurora, 111., on Thursday evening,
two young ladles, named Addyman,
were walking past the residence of .Sam
uel McUarty, accompanied by a younger
brother, and a they reached tho gato the
lad took hold of It, when a gun wus fired.
A portion of tho shot struck ouu of the
sisters In tho mouth, knocking out her
teeth, nnd the balance of the charge en
tered the other lady's shoulder. Both
, , , , .
were severely Injured. Hie gun had
been set with a spring to shoot boys who
New Haven was almost the scene of a
RIchardson-McFarlaud aflalr on Wed
nesday evening. It seems that a prom
nent business man has met a neighbor's
wife at certiiln places under previous en
gagemeuts and carried on iu a very Im
proper way. Tho Injured lord, hearing
of it, watched his chance on tho night In
question, suddenly appeared before the
couple as they wero on tholr way homo,
and presented a seven-shooter to the
head of the business man, told him to
loave and never to speak to his wlfo
again. He went, und the wife after con
fessing her Intimacies, was taken back.
Another Scourge.
A New and Ntruugo I'atiility
Developed.
(Promtlio Nrw York Tunc ' '
While the small-nox Is prevailing to
a largo extent In' a' section of tlfp city,
and noes not yet snow inai uecreuso
thut Is desirable, thero htivhtir been
oli'litoon mines roiinrtcil veslerdav. an.
other scourgo has been let Iqoso upon
tho city inai is loss dangerous-io uie,
perhaps, but equally annoying; to, ft
community,
For some years a strange disease has
prevailed In England, Ireland, Scot
land, and Ilussia, Poland, and North
German States, that was nolther ty.
phus, nor typhoid, but partaking of
some of tho characteristics of both,
came, however, from Its distinguish
lmr traits.' to bo known as tho relaps
ing fever. Tho patient is always, first
attacKeu wiiu a suuuen suivering, se
vere headache, nnd usually vomiting,
the temperature of the body rapidly
rising from 98 to '100 degrees, and In
severe cases to 107. After several days
of this fever It Is followed by av pro
fuso sweating, whloh reduces the
temporature of tho body below the
"normal stardard, In which condition the
patient remains for five or six days,
when there Is another .precisely similar
attack, which terminates In the same
way, and the attacks are repeated until
tho disease runs Its coump. During th
sweating Intervals tho patient KiiffVi
from severe rheilmn.lc pain", m I th
cfi'ect of the dlfeaso is the lit of p ,ra
on of all natural powers. T .: i-f.-"
terminates lu death only In abo t on
case out of thirty, but as it Is oih .f th
moit contagious or all dlsord. , and
leaves Its victims In n debilitated stale,
from which It Ir always slow wo.k and
dllllcult to emerge, It Is ft visitor smllel-
ently to bo dreaded.
Tlih sennrgc ha just appeared
first tlmo in Now York, aud pr
ior the tlrnt time in the United i
the
although In 1S40 there were a few
In tlw. IVniiHvlvunhi hospital at
l'hlla-
delphlaof a dlseaso that wa? thought to
bo relapsing fever. Now, however thore
Is no doubt auoui it, nnu cases i. ivi
been gathered out of Uu'
squalid streets neur tho water
trout of the city on bolh rivers, anil in
tho overcrowded tenement houses iu a
filthy condition, iu which tho tlUeaso
alwuys first appears. It Is UnjJuDr.x'Iy
tho offspring of squalor and filth, and
seeks its victims whero human beings
are most crowded together. The cases
thus fur have all been In su-ih localities,
but as it is so contagious hat it Is no
respecter of persons after it has onco be
gun its ravapes, tho health authorities
have made every exertion to insolato
the disease, every case as soon as discov
ered being removed to one of tho hospit
als ofthe commissioners of charities. It
Is not supposed, however, that it has"
been extirpated In tho city, and tho san
itary Inspectors aro enjoined to extra
diligence In H-arching for it lu the fouler
parts of the city, where it may bo yet
lurking.
Protection.
ItHConsflftitloiialltyHohllyCJiitN
loiit;t''l by I tie Hon. Mum Jlur
Mia. I.
Krn tlif M', l.ni', lljiiiMlfii.)
Mr. Marshall, of Illinois, offered a res
olution iu the house at Washington, on
Mnudny, reciting that the constitutional
authotity to levy taxes does not include
the power to impose duties for any other
purpoc than revenue; that a tailfflevled i
lor wiy other purpose than that of rev
enue, and, especially, If levied to foster
aud encourage oucscctlon of the country,
or one class of citizens, at the expetue of
other sections or clar.-es, is unau'horlze d
by the constitution, unjuit to the great
body of the people, and Injurious to all
Industries. It concluded by directing
the committee on ways ami means to
prepare a bill lu accordance with theso
views. Kelly, the champion of tho
l'enusylvan.u protectionists, objected ti
the re.-oluii .), aud It tnereforo went oyer
to come up In tu regular order.
Mr. Marshall hui gone to the bottom
of this wholu question of a protective
tariff, aud boldly challenged its consti
tutionality. He makes a point against
It that Is rarely suggested, and that we do
not remember to have rarely seen
thoroughly and exhaustively discussed.
Heretofore, the arguments against pro
tective tarills havo been based on their
Justice aud their injurious etrectlou on
the national industries aud tho condi
tion of individuals. Mr. Marshal goes
behind this, und declares that they aro
unconstitutional that Congre.-s has no !
right to Impo-je upon them. The argu
ment presented Is a new one, nnd It -er-
luinly Is one of the most powerful aud
exclusive that lias been brought for
ward. What d"es government levy taxes
for? For its own nupport, manifestly.
This is the only answer that the
question warrants; It is the only an
swer that can constitutionally be giv
en. What wright, then, has the gov
ernment to go beyond this llmll, and
levy taxea for tho support of l't-un-sylvauia
coal mine owner, or a Mus-s-ichusetts
cnalk quarry proprietor'.' It
Is tho duty of clt.eiis to support their
government; It Is not the duty, nor is
It a right, of government to mpport
Its citizens. Thnt h a right nnd
duty belonging to the citizens tliem.
selves Our govermeiil collects annii
ally ?1jO,CW,000 from tho people iu tho
form of imposts to defray Its expen
ses This, perhaps, it has a per
fect right to du though it luterfeivs
materially with the freedom of trade
and Interchange. Jitit when the gov
ernment, in addition to this, empowers
centulu clusnt-d of persons to collect from
the people another 1 50,000,1 )0 per an
num for their pcrsoual enrichment, It
commits a gross injustice and oppress
ion, it violates a fundamental principle
of society, and makes u distinction be
tween classes of lis own citizens, uu
warrentable in itself and disastrous In Us
ultimate consequences. What right has
government to lake certain clasics un
der Ub protecting and fostering care,
make special favorites of them, and com
pel Its other citizens to pay trlbuto to
them us well as to itself? What right
has It to force u western farmer, every
time he pays a tax of Sl to itself, to pay
also a tax of $7 to a IVnuylvunla iron
muster whom he neither knows nor
cares for? What right lias It tocompel a
Bt. Louis mechanic, when ho buys an
overcoat, to pay a Massachusetts mill
owner a .ax iHflonlt? What right lnu It
to tell tho people of Kansas or Arkansas
that they shall not build a much need,
ed railroad to opuu up their district and
carry their produce to market, unless
they pay a tax of ?o,000 a mile on It to
certain wealthy Iron makers in Penn
sylvania? Itjssald thut thli protects
and encourages the Massachusetts mill
owner und thd, Pennsylvania Iron maker
-and so it do-os ; but it also expresses and
discourages tho western farmer, the tit.
Louis mecbunic, and tho people of
Kansas aud Arkansas; aud what author
ity has a government to oppress and
(llscourage'puoof its citizens tnatunoth
er may grow rloh? Bticli a power Is a
prerogative of imperialism. An Impe
rial government;, whloh Is avowedly
founded on distinctions, may foster and
develop favorite, classes and persons.
But a free Bute, which exists for tho
benefit of tho whole people, may
not. Its very nature forbids ,
It cannot make salt liolllng,
Iron making nnd leather tanning and
ewrrvuig Imperial calling, n-d funning
Mv' r.rj)fiitrv.ml jhnumukliiKmere tux-
cidrutai' oui- fa Massachusetts chalk
qurry and tho proprietor of a Massachu -
setts faitlng factory princoas of the realm,
tits ? vocaib-ms it cannoimuite me no-
to be supported bv the ten million per
sons who use chalk aud wear lasting
Mhocs.
Tlin fmlnriil imtiH'itttllnti fitrtitila Hifa
both by its general 4,irl of equity and
by tho absence, of any pacific permls-
slon. itgivcscoi' rw authority to iey
taxes for the suppt .ofthe government,
but it does not give congress authority to
levy taxes for tlin support of cortaln per
sons, ciasseu and vocations. Tho resolu
tl ju offered by Mr. Marshall is one of the
most completo expositions of tbo injus
tice and unconstitutionality of tho pro
tection business that lias yet been pre
sented. ATTORNEYS
j.EKN & OILHEKT,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
Wllllnm ir. Urttn, )
WllllMiu II. (lllberl, !
.MIIcm F. (illlicrl, J
CAIRO, n.u
HiircialtttcDllou gltcn WAilmirtJlr nd SwitlUlt
DUsincjj.
Uniee an Ohio Levee, Itoooti 3
, oter lit Xtlonil Umik. nolLtfl
LLEN, WEUB & UUTLElt,
ATTORNEYS AT HIT.
Ofllre In Tlrom New Building,
Corner of Klevrnth itreet anil Commercial Aeau
IV.. I. Allen, j
II. Wnlinu Webb. V CAIRO. ILL.
Li. l. Ilutlcr, dee'JJtl
M
ULKEY, "WALL & WIIEELEIt,
ATT0I1XEVS AT LiW,
.Ioiik II. Mt'LKr.r, "l
Oko.W.Wall, VCAIRO, ILL.
Omcf Itnom, 8 ami 0 Winter' Itlo
dfn-.ii'csdtr
J?,
12. AL11RIGIIT,
ATI'OIINKV AT LAW,
llllcr.roriipror-i-rrllHi Mrnl find Wa1i
InKlon ATtnit,
ca i no
...ILLINOIS
Will rrJtlcln IhU nd tlie adjolnlnz JudkUt cit -oull,
nnd make collrUoii-In the BoluliborlDgcoun.
tir 11 f Mi.ourind KrntuckT. tet(
PHYSICIANS
JUDICAL.
ii. WAiti)xi:n, m.
CA1HO, II.I.I.MIIM.
Offie o.f I'utlOfflju.
n-I.lv.tf Jtildence 9 Wlnut tlrr t.
QK. HL'IllJAltD
llKTineoporK-d n attic In roomt otrtheiUfuf
le:iilrMe to ultvr tin utiIch to tlnrcltiumi olCtito.
lti:ri:iWTO-Iir.N... ITl.Chlcgo:
II. W. lUymond, Eta., Chicago;
nt-uj. Micknvr nr. juivj
Hon. Thuiioa Kwinr. Ohio;
K. (1. Koolh, Kc I'lilUdclphu.
jHBdlm
jyil. W. It. SMITH,
PHYSICIAN AM) hUMJEO.V,
ui'mik I'jn coM.ni:itciAr, wr.svr.
(Oicr Hannon'alloclc Hioro,)!
iti-i Uiiop, Ni. II Thlrtoaath Blrret.
IU II
jyjT.DICAL.
C. W. I)UNX1M(J, M. I).
HK.SinK.NCK-Cor.Oth and Walnut Mtrtet
0"Klcn-Cnr. fllh Strc tt and Ohio Lev
OKKICF. I10Ui:S-Knoi 9 a.m. lo 13 m and Irera
!(o6f.m. dpc'ilir
wo667
P M. WAItD,
PlULKlt IX
3P I 33 V O O X ,
I rrriwrft to fiilordrit jrnmplljr nud allafoctonl;
m itii Hie IK-I onlc and hlnkorr firewood,
l.t-te ufilera at HuUa'k old laud, or at the pnil
iEcp. aapTII
FOR SALE.
I.Oll NAI.K U Sliri ft Htock In llin Cxlrnt'lty
1 I'mnniy 1 unnmny. I . WlXaTOX.
Jiui.l'Jnd, lTo. It
I"pOuliAI.K. l,riKA-NevrOolUiKe and Ihrer
; lou. corner I.ix-inl and Slitenl)i lr rU.
marlAlIf ORKKN (ill.HEKT. Attv
" " WANTS.
"WfANTKIl For the mldrota ttt uny oneriatia
i-3iiva.cr, main or female, I will cnd taniple
R.d paviimM'i ti) jw pr. day, free. AddrJ U,
K LISlMiTO.N, l-s f. lUlMe I tri'0t. Clileago, 111.
Kt'M.ttw
rATICI)-Alfinili'r County Ordi-rn, at
yV Hiid fily Scrip nt uHimUj on Ilia dollu,
k'nd of l.ninHr and lliilldcia' Mairial.
60 cU
lor al
mnlHII
W. W.TIIUBNTON.
rUCKIHKGKIi, NKWIJERltY & CO.,
PRACTICAL MARIILf. WORKERS,
Momimentnl HOHirnoi's
and laiportcra of "
Irnllim Slarble, Scotch tlritnllr, IHo.
Waro-room and Work.lioi cor. 3.1 A SI. Aan lira.
0V HNS DO 110 K I'.NT DCK V
Mnnmneiita Vanltt. Orate Mniipn, Mantln. I'nrtrtl
Iiir, rlc. ext-cnted tvitli aiipcrlur aorknianiitil:), at
!i prlcp Knglmli, (itrinun ami Utrow leiter
Wjt -loin' 111 tlio 1'i'H lyA ; iiurUv und Kraitlta tigurf
lit ihii Ih'K Mi'itlftura (if Kuropo irnrtrd, and all
w 11k auarautevd, Kordotlirui, apply to ,.
XCAfili. TtlOMAS, Agent
JunlUtf Cor. stli slfvtrt mid Ccmniiralal are.
T
HE EARLY ROSE.
rnn iieei i-oiai tnat ureira.
It Ufroin ten tlaya to tno weeks earlier than any
otnor;
UN of Itirireramafro alts than any other:
4
It It In Ut'lo quulily anddullcacy of flator witho
an eiiuai)
It U luprnducUmirfiitlieniqKt aaoilihlnu'TiurletV-l
I.HI.nn t. th l.tiiKII.. 'rk. .. r ..... it. I
or ran eaon ironi unci uouudt run aa high u
auH'ii liuliel to tho pound: ror tale by , .,,,.
THOMAB, WKKJi Af.DK?T.
. . . ...1- irjiv.i. wi 1110 TiriU I
OIIOOKKIES-COMJUBSION.
W. STIUTTO.V.
T. nir.p.
QTK'VTTON A BIBD,
I
t Sitton, llmi,
liutUon CImIi),
WIIOLKSAXiK
mid t'oramljslwi XerduMta,
(t'roeerv
1
I
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, v tVA, f,,'c,,,l0B YarB-
l wj?r ft7 0h,tt in
J AL PHILLIPS & CO.,
teuccniora aoK. . UtaMcVik 9o)
1'ortTar.llnt,' and CommUsloB SercluBt
AND
ITIIAItrjIOAT PItorKIKTOHIH
On.lxo - - - iuimols.
I.ilsral Advances Made on Ocmttgnmtntt.
..iVrc.pf'pV,d 10 rtt,f l". or forward IraiRkU U
ill po ntj 1 buy or aril on commlaaloa. liuiiseaa at
ended towltn promptness. ulodswM
Q W. GREEN,
fJuectstor to Kallla, tirean Oo.,)
PLOTJB AGENT,
-ANI-
Gcnoral Commission Merchaat,
C mriVf'"""'"" " -njjn -i
Q. D. WILLIAMSOJS,
IV il O Ij E N A I E OROOB1,
rilODUCK AND COMMISSION
M B XI O S A If T,
A'o. 70 Ohio Levee, Clr. IU.
Spwlal attention giten to coojlcamtnta and IIUftf
ordera. aeon1!
gAM'L WILSON,
Dealer In
IIOAT STORES, OROCERIES Alt D PRO
VISIONS,
XIO Qlxlo Iiovoo,
oclStf Cnlre, Illinois.
pETER CUHL,
Kxcluatve
I1.0UR 3IKKC1IANT AMI MILLERS
AGENT.
.No. NO Ohio Ltree, Cnlro, Illlnoli.
Ordert aollelttfdaml prompUy and Mllijaetorlly
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DYAS T. I'A It K Kit.
JOHN II. rillLUS.
pARKER & PHILL1S,
Oent-ral
C'omtnlxilon and rorwardhii; Mcrclinnti
And Dralera lu
lliy, Corn, Oru, Bmn, nnd all HlnOa !
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OHIO J.KVEK OAIKO: 11X.
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S. P. AYRIIS.
YERS A CO.,
K. J.ATMRS.
ISO OKXtlAL
OQM.U ISSION MERCHANT
No. 133 OuloLcree, ?OAIRO, IL.L
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N'.il'r In Orooexlea, IJmPlaurPart,-tI1tUra
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In , built, alwap on hand, Corner Kfgulh alreett
Ohio l.er, Cairo lUlaoU. myldC:
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.
pOR SALE,
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JOHN W. THOVKll CO.,
BROKERS AND EXCHANUE DEALERS
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" Eighth ireet7econd door frum Com. At., y
EXCHANGE ON 'I
(,'ront Hrliahi, I NomHu hi Qhwumj,
Irpluml, France,
Northern Germany, Snedeu,
Norwar.
Alio, I'uiim Ticket from
Liverpool, JmuIoh, Havre, Antwerp. Jlremm
ana jiamourg, to ivet ror,
Or lo any point WU
f,rCu?"n nvlaon any point ht Wur'opii
TAILOR.
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TAXXjOU,
InKlllolt A Haylhornea Ilool ana Ik nor
Uto, ILMXors. . .
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OHN W. TROVER & CO.
Real Estate, Bond and Stock Broken,
Will i-.Und fo th payment ef 8tato, OinattjoMOKy
Taxeo. and all bilalnaia perlaialoi a tMBfirt.
EtOitTii Stbket, eeeonddotr from CfnAr$.,
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STOVES, TINWARE", ETC.' ')
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