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OFFICE: ISTo. 13 -Toiith-iStreet Ehornton's I Buildinc.
TSATTjimY BVENlNuraiBRtfillY 19, 1870.
JOHN H. OBERLY CO
We do not wish the present unnvnsri
for municipal ollleors to Uevelopo nmnng
our citizen any one Ul(l?rw which
chumoterize'd 'tiie can vugs oMust year.
Wo ties I re tha'. it nmy be conducted in u
manner to arouse no evil passions, to
excite no prejudice .iitfant.eU.ier o( the
cnndidnteM for Mayor. Let ouch ftnud
upon Iitrecpnl, nrnJ by its llijlit. be Judg
ed If Wr.'Oberiy I a been'unMilliful'lo
the trilHt whltjli the people placed ip hi
liuntl&ndwnenrly u year ntfoj when they
elected him Mayor, ho should be put out
of onice; and 1 Mr. Wilson Is likely to
perform tho duticnof theonice with great
or ability, and In n more conncluntlAUH
nuini.er,jUicro Ip noi-oniou why liosjiould
not be elected.- TiilV is tho'only IsnUo be
foro the people, and upon It Mr. Oberly
Ih willing that the can vats mny turn.
Let any citizen enquire: "Ha Mr.
Oberly been neglectful of the duties of
IiIhoIIIco?" Wlio ouri nnwet-It by re
plying In the aninnatlve? He lias been,
to ha neglect of his private buolnesM,
diligent in the dlbcliimge of those duties
lias beeialwayaprcseut,, when in the.
ti Jl-'Jiiiu imu-ih Aih'og.'iH
time to the lubow of the Hevcral commit
tees of the city legislature. The charge
of tieglect, at leuit, cannot bo made
agaltin.fin. k W A I 'tl
What, then, are the objections urged
by Mr. Wilson anil lilf friends against
Mr. Oberly? We have heard a few, and
wlinjcrp finJlCq.'aV.no of ,them Lriclty
"Ho Is responsible for the expenditure
of 'money to defray the expenses incur
red In entertaining the' Fren Associa
tion," tbey say. Tills is nQt Jruc. Mr,
Oberly had nothing to W With bringing
the Awoclntion to Culro,;nud regretted
that the meeting hail Leon called In tnl
city, and, it Is well-known, that he U, In
no way, responsible for thi! expenditure of
money lu entertaining it members.
Tho movement originated In the Hoard
of Aldermen, and among Mr. Wilson's
frloudi. Alderman Itedmuu, who voted
for Mr. Wilspu last year, and" will ugaln
thlr year, "introduced ' a resolution "to
make arrangements forth) proper recep
tion and ciitertalnmont of tho mcinboH
f the Illinois State Press Association."
This committee met in consultation at
tho Clerk's ofllco with a large number Of
citizens, and, a vote U.lng taken, it was
uu&niinoujdy reolvod, that the citizen
should request tho Council to upjironrUto
one thousand dollars to ilwfray necessary
expenses. Tills request was reported to
tho Council, wjich uYcldgd.tliat jljhoul'd
lo accede'd lot What' ha'd ' th o '.Mayor to
do with the matter? Nothing. Tho ap
propriation was made by tho Council, not
by tho Mayor. We believe the Council
acted wisely, thata refusal to enterlalu
the Association, would have been n Miume-.
ful prop coiling that would, ,lmyu ,uudu;a
blot, and a very dark out,, upon our fair
name. Hut, slneo Mr. Wilson has deter
mluod. to make an issue upon the appro
priation, let hlmoxplalu tho action of his
friend, tho Alderman who llr.it proposed
that the city should receive anil entertain
Another charge agalnt Mr, Oberly Is
that ho expended about $2,003 on the
Cairo and Ulaudvlllo road lu Kentucky.
Here, agidn, (he notion of the'CouncIl Is
left out of consideration altogether.
Oberly 'Is to Maine. He la tho dread
ful,1 follow who can always, when
ever ho wltibefl,. compel IhqCpuijcIl to
vqlajHonoylnuiuHto fjulldmsolf. Njv,
Mr. Oberly does not deny but assert
that he Ir In 'favor! bf extending- aid In
any reasonable amount to build roada
leading into Cairo from all tho country
around about. Such roads would reduce
tho prlco of living In Cairo, and Mr.
Oberjy, will favor nn enterprise that will
make thutapTo necessities o jfu ohVitb"1)
ct.l Hut In tho matter of tho Ulandvillo
road, tho facts ure; that the company up
plied for aid; (ho Council were willing to
exteUd'lhe a U asked for, arid! Mayor,
Oberly, boforolio would cousoht, requir
ed certain ofllcers of tho company to
Btlpulatosthat tho work; should bo done
B'yy."QUo laborers, o tliat tlld money
of Hio city might go into tho nocketu of
ltapiilZQUs. ,Aud tho work was douo by
the laboring men of tho city. If Mr.
Wilson caii mako much capital out of
this fact, ho Is at liberty to do po.
Hut, it is said, Oberly is extravagant.
In what respect'? . Then) 'has' been less
forlp Issued tlio' present fiscal year than
during any yeamslnco Col. Taylor
vacated tho Mayor's offlco. IDnrr
Ins eaolrof tho years when. Mr. Wilson
was Mayor, tho amount of scrip Issued
far exceeded tho amount Issued this
year; HoW, theu, can ho, who has boon
more oxtraydgant, charge extravagance,
on Mr. Obdrly?
TIien, 'agitln7It'l3 Haldr"Oberly got up-
this manufacturing Committee and tho
road committee, which are 'selois.l'j
Who Is It that makes this aiisertlon, and!
on yljat t& it fdutid6d? The'fneh'who
mako It are such men as Rip Van Wlnklo
wasmou vo uro permitting the civlll
Ea)o pf tho ago to Btyeep away all the
old i(nd marks while they dozo on lh tho
lever, attend, railro.ajl. meeting, and.
never taito uny part in any movement
intended to bring prosperity to tho city.
If all our citizens were like them all life
would leave our streets, and the build-
lues mav Minnu on eiuier eiue uuwm
thoroughfares would crumble Into dust.
jCalro must agitato. Bliu cannot all'ord to
Nlumber. She must be active. She must
be untiring in her activity. And we
firmly believe that out of the movement
tnscujo; manufactured, much . good -will
i'etcome. Already Col. Taylor, has closed
ucontract withLono UrmCluchinatHOj
begin work Initio city within sixty (fays',
and to build n large manufactory "Within
two years: and, upon tnoso cotiumons.
bus donated fo 'tho firm fourJitfV4
Washington ayenue, 'hls riucigpb'd(
with tiie ttrombio of, mucli morn. in tho
future, has already gr9ynJ.ou? Jfutliq,
"We aer to huituxcd to uet un theie man-
factories!" Vho? How ma"uy,Uic3 U.5'
the men who talk this way pay? lew;
but the men who approve tho movement
payutlest Hoventyllvo cents of every
hundred cents paid into tho tieasury as
.taxes on the c,lty)asHesmeut,of, real and
personal property. ' Hut li Is ndtltrup,
that a cent of lax will bu Imposed for the
purpose suggested. Tho committee, com
posed of most excellent gentlemen, have
if solved to act with diwretlon In tho
matter We have confidence In their
wisdom and Integrity; and, as. their ac
tion must bo reviewed by both boards of
the ooiincll, wo do not doubt that tho in
teresls of the city will bo carefully and
Hut we have neither timo nor spaco to
day 'to follow Mr.-"Wilson aucllhls frleudu
into other charges, all of which are weak
as water and can ailed tho mind of no
man who lias one partlclo of Common
mine and i not a victim of hatred of
and prejudice against Mr. Oberly, who
has, In every particular, endeavored to
perform his duties diligently and In a
manner to securo tho good and welfare
of the olty.
tjie an usin: n.
Wo ask the good, honest cltizenR. of
Cairo to look and fee who are IHn active
Mipporters of'Mr. T Wilson In tho pres
ent munlelpul oanvuHx, Aro they uieu
whose upport,Irt dealmblc? who.o etihiity
a rcspectublo person could construe Into
.anything but u compliment, or whoso
,frlcudihlpvhouId Jkj lopkedtipon lu any
other light than that of an insult? We
know of but one man ainonc them who
is entitled .VajVctlp'AiU wjbr
is an exception, ut uia .usjtf rimufcmipneu
In tbe'duestionHiWo'kUvoAvrJtten above.
This ucntlemaii induced Mr. Wilson to
become a candilafd "ahli li cdh'dti'ctlng0
.i J!.' i. r.Li.'tJ.r,; ...T TrlTV tJf...
WIU Kikll IDT JU3 JtlL'llU. 41V in, III luui,
. tlit- only mau auiongUie VJlsorilfvs who
lias any brains, and no is as utieiiy .uo
void of political saguolty: iw a llok laof
blO(Kh Ilff n la.wyer u;(w)d .lawyer
add he Is nothing else; but, beings some-
' what egotlstleal, (llko other great Jdrlsts),
ho believes that ho is the political His-
.marclrof Kgj'pt and the great Sanhedrim
of the Democracy ofCalro. Ho never
tires,, but works right on, Industriously
and'niallclously In Hid full confidence
of his ability to. crush every man who
stands In his way. In some manner Mr.
Oberly fell under his displeasure, and he
Is now engaged In u crushing crusado
against that gentleman. Ho does not
csre a fig who Is Mayor, o far as the in
terests of the city aro concerned. He has
little or no publlo spirit. Al lio tfmo has
ho manifested any iutertst in any public
enterprise. Ho lsf In one word, u crush
er. Hd'ls'howdetermln'ert to crush' Mr.
Oljorly; and, after great labor,. lias, ob
tained tljo seryloas of Mr. AVllwin. In
his great workv Ho Ut very active.
With Hhoulders bent,- und tho 'air of a
tragbdy ' actof,- he 'inoves frorii
"gr9coro , to VoqbrljV'ftnirOijey Is
burden of!tlio'ouly song lio Hhigs r'3cibw.'
fortunate' for us the fact, that wo process
a philosophy vrhicli enables us to endure
thlsgoutlomati'3 attacks with patience I
Ills arrows do not hurt ih at all, although
they are shot by a skillful hand from 'a?
strong bow. Tho fall ut our feet harm-4
less;" urid Ih our' breast doeH nii''rankle'
onouugry sentiment In regard to tho.
archer. Ho Is stilt to memory dear; and
If ho wero to trot out un huudrcdWlN
'ions and mako thorn all "go foe us'Iwe
would still cherish for hliu a 'soft re
gard, and be alwuya ready loAwhlsper
Into his ear i r ' 1
"W know not, iruar uat IfjfUiluV lu.ltiy hfir(j
Wo Km Liiomt tlmt wo lovo thfo wIitiiTihourt."
'And this mu,u Is engaged In. tho process
of crushing Us I Ho1 is a Cruel Crusher.
Tho day of qur, destiny's over aud qou
thero will bo left of us nothing at all.v
Shall we .not, tiierefo.re,Uy tjtbsjEruonn.-.
tains of Uepsldam) whoro tho whang
dobdlo'hi6urn'bth"for liefrtftt-'born, and
gnaw a file? .
Tho Wllsonlte's aro noV
cuob, They oSpbtfyV to grayel,
roads, raiiroaus, manuiaoiones, scuoois,
soda water, liowspiipera, and ev'ery'
.ijerson that doeiibrj;beHev tjiey,
, urn ilin hoaven-Hnnointd ofllcers of tho
CL'ii. Lokiiii Ui'kcm Her Itccognl
In tho Hoand bf Cortgress) ou the'I4th
last., General Logan, while discussing
his resolution declalrinjfthat lho(peoj)1o,
of Cuba liad etitabllsho'Jl and durlu.'ii'
period of fifteen monthi. raalntalne 1 it
jle facto government, 'and that, there
fore they wero entitled to belligerent
With wistful eyes tho.1 people look
acroee IbeBarrawnbaaBeltliatBe pirates
'us from them, oaklng oulydhat tho rights
of war bo aeC'ir'd'cd tlieih. Hut Inttead
inf this they. haVe eeeil the hands xit tht lr,
jyranuicai oppressors iurnisneii wun now
.weapons for their destruction, while
tlioy, as a people are driven .from ?pur
dflors. Havo wo forcbttoii tho names
;ind deeds of those who gave us aid In
tiie timoorourgreateu necessiiyy air,
can wo dcnytlijs hopn toapepplo strug
gling for freedom and then look upon
that'figure of La Fayette without a blush
of shame? ,
Hut wo aro lolu they hold no porta and
have.no pi;lzo..courtH.1i3lrUil(Ioca seem,
to mo to bo oho of tho most unfair object
ions that could, possibly be ranted against
them. . ' a
- Wo farninhithelrfoppressors with the
theso ports, then refuse to'tlio Cubans'
the same right of 'purchase, and turn
round and eny, because they do not hold
these port-sand establish prlze'courts,'wo
cannot acknowledge them as belligerents
no matter how mpny victories they gain
lu the jntcrjor.
BIr'lho reason why lnw, writdrs glvo
prizifcourts iH'nn cvfdeixio of a stato of
war" 'irdhati ltr h!Iow tbo tcommorce
of tho the oce.nnjs d 1st tubed, and hence
niarltlm'o' nations riro' interested. Uut
hero the ptoximity of Cjba to our coast
alters tho case. Our intimate relations
aud trade with the Interior causes us to
be deeply Interested in tho progress of
tllo struggle. And as wt claim tho right
to decide each case by tlw circumstances
which surround It, we shoutddecldo this
on Itn own merits, and lot upon some
Thus far, Mr. 8pcaker,l have viewed.
jiigs; but tlicrois a moral bearing which
iiiumiAHrm in it.4 iritii irnnnicai Doar-
hbotilil not be forgotten ,in mo uiscuw
ion. Wo claim to bo the friends of free
dom and tho advocate of liberty; we
point tho world to our nation oh the
great type of rcpubllcai Governments.
Tho stars arid tdripe uro the emblems of
.liberty nnd the people of the-worldp
wherever, -tho Jlaff,i haft .finatedn',tbo
breeze, navo learueu to appreciate 11 as
such. Would It not be a mockery to un
furl this L'lorlous tlug In one of thoCuban
ports bclde tho gnu-boitu which have
loftmirebores. to crush outdho Struggle
for liberty there perhaps It might bo
whcro .Spanish bullets sJied the innocent
blood of Hpoakman, a citizen of my
I anneal to the me rule hi of tills House.
'Bin, what would, bo yeur- iVoIIug .wero
'you thero striving, n't tho "Sacrifice of
evcrytlilngnear nun uar loyou, to ac
quire that booh br freedom you had learn
ed from-your nelghborio love, and tlui
see that teacher lu tho embrace of your
oppresson Haunting the emblem of lib
erty In your vety fuco? Have wo learned
to lovo royalty so much that' wa fear lest
wo should cross lt desires or run counter
to its plans? Shall we exercise no dis
crimination as to whom wo will and will
not naoord tho rights of belllgorcncy?
Must wo wait ns long in tho caso of thoso
jvho are struggling for freedom and tho
.right of eelf-governmect against bond-
ago auu oppression ns in Uio enso or tlioso
who arc Hunting to impose bunlensv
What Is the basis from which our inter
national policy springs? Is It freedom
or oppression? Is It monarchy or fell
government? Is IL bondage or liberty ?
If wo claim that It Is baied on tho rlglit
of represeitaton nnu true liberty, then
let us extend that pollcj to every bright
oasis that springs up mnld the regions of
Our Chiof Magistrate has said that tho
pooplo of 'Jhls nation syinpathizo witli;
tlio peopl atruggllngto free themselves
from n-Kovcrnmentwhlch they believe.
to bo oppressive. Yes sir: the great heart'
orfhe mighty nation swelLs 'and heaves,
with sympathy for. Cuba; and could ou'o
,nist enprus of cneers sweep across tho
uarroWKtraitiin snlto of all bonvontlnu-
Alltlcs'nud legal crochets, it would tound
1k)-o tho waves that dash 'atialust the
coast one hearty "Ood speed the cause of
freedom In Cilm!r
iMiticAsi: ur 'mi: national in: nr.
i Kiom the (Julncy Ktrald.
It has been renresoiited. bv somn sort
of JifiTeiniUlb and Vague mojitfily reports,
aitlco tho iirofceiifudniliflstratloii Was In-
stalled, that tho national debt was grad-
pally butsurely':bel)g reuuced,fiit tho
rate from Avejto suven, millions !n( dol
lars a month".; The. 1 mas, ofjtbo-j iieoplo
luvu lu thls way beonnleludeirinto the
hone aud bellef that tbeie would soon bo
a way opened or a very considerable re
duction of taxation, and they, will no
doubt regret to'learn that hi all' this;, as
lu'all else' they havo had from the rad
ical party,.tuey have been most egregious
lyileceivedraud humbugged. Kow, ac
cofdlng to tho report of tlio1- wcretary .of
the trcusdrv. made flomo'' three mouths
Ik.ifjir.k Urn 11 1 tw.u 111 allirllflltiwl lr.iulflan
the sum total of the bonded national
lleht was SS.OltfTOO. Accohllng to tho ro:
cent report. or U'Q secretary oi.ine frea-
!,nl1l, ,1 lmM,1a,l .!.!. I. ......
$2,100,000,000 Here is an increaso of tho
naiiopuiiiobt, sinco urant was (iiataiied
in i)mv'er,.of-SiU,04.a00,-o'r.ttu'. uorease-a t
theralo or about S70,(H)9,Q00 a, yoar, or
considerably more than a million of dol
lars arweck.. It will thus bo eqn..that
me peop o.aro not ouiy imuy joooeu ana
plundered of tho fruit of (heir industry
and tolli but 'aro wretchedly 'tlecelVod
vtvUmiioaed .upon as to tht extent of
inairouueryj, us huh vewurtvio
lione.tuat it may not always be hoi
A Hit of letters remaining uncial tncl In tho rait
fJIIIco Ht Ci
Cwlri), IlllnoU, Buturtlny, I'obrunrjr 19, 1870:
lioln, rr.r aalHo XanKane, mm Jano
Ilrwn, mini Plf?i' Mooro, Mrf
Cnpni, mm VirKlnla V
Krecnian, liilta Mary
Olpion, mm Jane
Mtt, mra Mandy
Horton. tni- Kate
nnowera, rat ix)ii-a
'Ho)an, ti.r Cntliarlno
.JJnrrli, mil Vincy
Himtuton. inra Sarah
Tnrnman, inra Barali
Wllliomon. tnra II 1
jutunon, mr vm
King, tnra Caroline
Coleman, Sara Hltiray
Cliaflan, A B
I)aTldun. J H
Hotlgea , Corp'l John
Jonea, Wm II
Ktchum. K W
Kin, A W
JIathor, J A 1
Muaaon, J Vf,
Millllpa, (Hhlp Joiner)
Van Court, TM
Wolff I, Ueorse
.Kylent, John W
tdmonain T J
Kettlnlorf, Jolio (2)
llandal; U W "
Vurl, Jotin O
William, Jo-enh S
Ptraona calling tor any of tho tbovo letters will
plcaae say " adTcrtlaed."
J. it. ORAUAtf, PM
JJIbSOLUTION NOTICE. .
Tho CQ-partnerthln hrtwecn Slernhclmcr A Marx, It
ir rettrlnj frprn tlic .flrm. All clnlmi, against, and
iiip, r the nrtn", will bo tettlct by A. Marx,
r Cairo, Illinois Feb. lWli 18TU.
' M19-d3t A.MAHX.
ijiuitci ut nninaicnn-ciii. r. niernnorin
Illinois Central Hallroad Co.)
Qilro, February Utli
II, 10U. j
On and nflr the dale of till a notire. all bllla of la
dltix for th Tran.it bttanitr "l)n Able" will b
ricurd at lUo Sloan Itepoi oltlce, on rrcrentallon of
ilmy ticket tlgncd by tko receiving eiara on Traialt
fblSdlw JAM KS JOHNSON, Agnt.
GRAND ORNAMENTAL PAINTING.
QAltL L. THOMAS,
.SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAI3TER,
Shop In tha Perry Ilouxe, Corner toinmcrcail
Arrnno arid Klghlh atrrct.
Cairo, II H noli.
PUAOriCAL MABBLK AVOHKKILS,
"Him lllViM.4 ui
Itallnn .Marble, Hcolch UriitilCe, V.le.
l v .i- hi
U arc-room tiiid Workshop cor. 3d i Kt. Ann ttra.
O WKNSIJOItO .'.-.K KNXUCK V.
Moourornt;Vaulu,flraT.ititone, Mantle, lulmt-
iiik. ric, I'iucuuMi wiin uiorior woriciuaiianip, at
t.rt price. Knxllih Grman and Hebrew letter,
inf done In the bt lyl; marble and Kranite rlgurca
win uviiw:oiiion oi jiuropo inipunou, ana all
CAItlJ 1.. TI1U.MA3, Agtnt
JanllJIf Cor. Sllialriclund Umrnrcial are
W. II.Iorrlt. H.lI.CB4t.
QAh'DEE & MOItKIS,
Notarlw 1'nbllo ab1 Insurance AfrfHtn.
OfiFlCEKo. 71 Ohio Levte, dly Kational
Hank Building. dec.ttf
MEHCIIAXTS Ins. Co., of flilcasro j
CAPITA!. AND ASRW......- 30,Titl 11
SECUItlTY Ins. Cq.,..of Jfcw Vprkj
CAl'lTAh AND AKSETH..-.l,7a.,H
COjUIEUCIAL Ins. Co., of Chicago?
OAl'ITAb A.N'U ASyETH . U 10,010 Si
INDEPENDENT Ins. Co., of lloslonj
CAI'ITAI. AND ASSETS S 030,000 ,00
SANUAMO Irs. Cer, ef Hprlnfffleldj
t'AI'ITAIi AND AS9EW.i...-..i M30,U37
AUItOItA Ins. Co., or Aurora, 111.;
CAPITAL AND AETd...,..,.8 310.SU0 11
STATE Fire Ins. Co., or Clorclaml, O.j
CAPITAL AND XS3KTH 9 231,030 b
i. h. ki:audi:v a Om akim,
Orct first National n.mk.
jrjllRK AND MARINE
. COMPANIES t
NIAGARA, NEW YORK;
. ' AESETrf Mfl,3IO U0
GERMANIA, NEW YORK;
AtWIfA., 31,068,31 7H
HANOVER, NEW YORK;
A8SETrtr 9726,763 13
REPUBLIC, NEW YORK;
ABsl-.Td -.971,91M 0
CoinprlHlpglhe Underwriter Acenty.
YONKERS, NEW YORK;
A&KTi..'...... 9878,461 1
, . ASSETS'.,.
FIREMAN'S FUND, BAN FRANCISCO
ASSKT8, jaolJ)...U078,000 00
SECURITy, NEW YORK; (Marine.)
ASSETS...- l,4U,8t(l AO
Ktorf, dwvlllasi, furnllHrt, hulla and oarcoea
inmirrci at rmei a lAToruiJio at aaund perniauent
I runpedfullr tkf the eltltent of ti ro, a .Wonf
their etironaze. -
nor 0 tf . p'K. HUonES. '
f . OITloe-tt Flral National Hanlr.
i(a1il tli' h'm.p (hi ck" BuRSl
QTKATTON & BIRD,
(ducceiiora to Strattoo, Budaon Oark),
Urcccrs and GohhImIob MerduirU,
Amcrlran Powder o., M MamafsetarWa
Ageuu Tor Cottoa Tarns,
ocli'njuf 07 h, 'eo'
J M. PHILLIPS A CO., "
(Buccesson to E. B. neadrleki A Co.,)
ForwardlBf aid CoamlHleH McrchMM
0lx0 m m m
Ubtral Advanota Made on OonXgimmti."
.&tfpPi 10 rfl'r. 'r- r forward frik'u U' 1
ill po ntt i buy or tell on commlttion. Batlneit at . I
en Jed towlto promplnett, uuSln
Q Wi GREEN,
(Suceettor to Fallli, Orera Co. J
-C U JCO -A- C-t- M
General Commlsiloa MercjuutT,,
. . . . ......... M.M
Q. D. -WILLIAMSON,
raODLCB ANt) COMitlBSIOM
AOC 3D H. O a J. Xff T ,
A'o. 70 OhioLevte, Cairo, III.
opeoiai titcnuon (iron to conilKBBMla atv4 Uitac
UOAT STORES, OR0CKRIE8 AUD MO
MERCHANT AND MILLZStU
B Ohio lire, Cairo, utlato. . -j. i'i
Trr i i
DYAS'T. PABKEB. JOHN B. PJULuil.'
pARKER 4 PHILLI8, .
Couinilsilou aud Forward Im VnrrbLjM
And Dealer! lu ! .fit., nl
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Wo. 133 Ohio CAIKO. tltliL
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3d Jl MWWl 4
Inbiilk.alwaya on band. Corner Elghlh alroaXl '
Ohio Lye. Cairo llliooia. taTlMf
joiiar w. TiiovKii co.,
1IU0KEKS AM) EXCHANGE DEALERS ,
Eighth tlreet, aecond door frum Com. Ave.,
EXCHANGE ON V "
Great RrKaln, I Southern Geraiaar. .
Irclnud, Fraace, j
Nortlioru German', Swcdca, -
Norway. . ,
AUo, roaaaga Tlcktlt from " '
Liverpool, London, Havre, Antwerp, Brtmtm
and Hamburg, to New Xork, .--
Or to any pclnt Watt.
Mr-Collrftionsmvleon any point la Europe, "
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Real Estate, Hon tod Stock Broker.
' Will attend fo the payment of State, Oaoatyoij City
Taxeo. and all limine. pertaining (o a UKNKHJRL
Eioutii SrnicKT, eeeond door from Com. A9 '.
decurt)lif Cairo, Ill '
140 OMMKIICIAL AVKNUB,
lu Elliott a IIayth,ornea Boot and.ihoa Btort,
UIO, ILLINOIS. ,
WCutHae done a ahort noiit. aaarfdl
STOVES, TINWARE. ETC.
H ALLEY'S CHARTER
Copper, Tin aud Sheet Ire
No. ICO WASHINGTON AYENUE,
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I Xooflng, aultarlng, Spouting
j.dopeujaii! and auUlaBtal
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