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OFFICE: No. 13 I'onth Street. Thornton's Building.
DAILY EDITION
FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 25, 1870.
JOHN H. OBERLy & CO
Mr. J. H. Clark's residence In Now Or
leans was robbed of $20,000 in gold, sil
ver and Jowelry early Monday morning.
The )irojerty vaakcpf. ,hv an Iron safe.
An extra police force was ntonce put upon
duty under the Impression that Ben)
Butler was In the city.
According 16 thocensaii returns ViflSCO,
tho colored voters In the country will
nijm6o"r,ri((t:fHr frpW8,600,o'f thew 700,
000 dwell in tho Into slave holding states;
' 7,600, lu thexlx Now England 'utatfc nf
Now York, Now Jersey, Pennsylvania,
Ohio and Indiana, and 8,600 In the ten
remaining Western states.
Homo of the Radical editors complain
that Micro was too much tmrnilo nindo
over tho remalils'tif the late'Geu'rgo Pea
body. This was bccauHo ho was friendly
to tho South. Ho was burled a Iittl
more than was necessary, it Is true; but
wo would bo willing, to seo these Radical
111 !...!-. I 1 1 .t.
uuituro uuntm ijuuu ma iuuuii.
Manny, the reaper man, is said to be
worth four or flvo millions of dollars.
Ho was recently elected president of a
baso'lnill club at Rockford, III. Ills sue
cesb In making money, be attrlbntes to
" Ilberafoytilenj of advertising in tbohows
papers. His success In getting to be
president of a base ball club, ho attributes
to mo raci turn no uas money.
i .. i
Prince Pierre Bonaparte lias not yet
selected a lawyer to defend him. Ho Is
in a desponding mood, uud looks for
. .ward to n live vcarn fteuluslon. His ob'
1 . w JL '
Jeotlnn to the Kupretno Court of Justice
lies In tho notion that the. Jury wJlf .be
corniced of largo laud owucra devoted
to tho Empire, who will sacrifice him to
save ills cousin. Prlnco Picrro enjoyi a
curtain amonnt of popularity in (he
Paubdurg St. Anionic in conscquenco of
his having married a tlftgliter of the
people. '
A communication from Cairo, in the
Itnlle, of Florence, aya: "Tho pilgriraB
aro expected to bo oxtramoly uumerom
this year ut Mecca, on tho occasion of the
fete of the Arafatt, not less than 160,000
being looked for. This solemnity falling
on Friday, March 11, gives to the pil
grimage tho vttluo of three visits to
Mecca lu ordinary years. A few cases of
cholera havo appeared among tho per
sons coming from the Persian Gulf j and
had not tuo Egyptian Government taken
the precaution of adopting tho most en
ergetic sanitary measures all along the
Red Hen, and at other points where trav
elers pas, the gathering of 1870 would
perilous bo as disastrous as that of 1805.
DEADLY COXTHIVAXCES.
The criminal disregard nf human life,
shown in tho construction of' most of
tho steamboats .that navigate, our West
ern and Southern waters Is calling out
loud-toned condemnation. The Chicago
'Times,' referring to tho destruction of
tho Emma No. 3, says:
Another hnrrlblo steamboat catastro
pho-fin tho Mississippi river! Twelve
passengers (one-half tfio number ladles),
six oflicorsand most of tho crow, of tho
steamboat Emma wcro givon as food to
cattish, on Saturday last, by tho over
turning of a Htovo.lu tho ludlts' cabin.
Tho boat Is said to have struck a "snag"
In tho chauuel, near Fort Pillow, which
causetl her to careen so greatly as to
overturn tho stove and sot tho bout on
iliti if . i
Mississippi steamboats aro most ad
mirably constructed for such purposes)
Flat-bottomed hulls of tho weakest
structure, and upon these lofty edifies of
plno boards, oiled, painted, and mado to
burn rapidly and brilliantly nt a spatk of
tire. Cabins warmed by stoves, lnsto&d
of steam-colls, nud not oven bolted to
tho-deor to prevent ncoldont" Hotter
contrivances for the destruction of hu
man life arp not easily found ,
JlEWAlil-SUOO FLY-DEATH IN
THE CANDY YOU BUY,
Wo mcutloued in tho 'Huu'.of yester
day that a lad, between 15 and 10 years of
ago, natricd Taylor, living near Lagrango
bought a package of'Shoo Fly" candy
ou Saturday night, ato freolv of It and
died Sunday night. Young Taylor bud
relatives living In this city and was a
very promising boy, .endeared to nil who
know him.
Chicago was. first to lutroduco "Shoo
Fly" candy; Cincinnati was next, and
was so stingy In tho manufacture of it
that thoy adulterated it with a heavy
sandy substnnco called terra alba. This
stuff la. brought over from foreign coasta
by ships as ballast, and cost about ono
cent per pound delivered In Cincinnati.
Then It Is tueltod up Into cheap caudles
and, with a pleoo of "pinchbeck" Jowel
ry, put ,up luto a box, called a "prlzo"
aud sold to iiows boys and cheap confec
tioners, who mako a nlco little profit ou
tho. salo of each packago. It is the terra
nlba that is dangpr-oiiHand not tho candy.
There Ja no knowing how many children
or'grown persons huyp BUffereu from eat
ing tills Cincinnati truck. nor s Jt posi
tively known that "Shoo Ply" candy was
tho cause of the death of young Taylor;
hut it Js a fact that ho was a cqrpsq In
- Job luau 21 hours after ho had eaten It
Lot everybody bowaro of Shoo Fly
cundylp, tho future To know that Jt
Js mado in Chicago or Cincinnati, is
Hufllcjcnt proof that It Is adultoiated aud
imywror-iXoulsvllle Kvonlng 'fcjun,'
..Tiila-waruiugroni - the. JSuM- very
timely. It 1 not, howovorifcniy In this
"Shoo Fly" candy that this terra atiit,
or. wb,lte' .oarlb., is . found,- but, wo are
sorry to say( (u foiir.flfth' -of that olass
of candles," .uiuallyu denominated e
''" Subterranean Stream.
A Mammoth River Umlcr the,
i Rocky.HountalBSi.'
,J T I L '
The famous travelers. George Catlin.
maintained that there was a river under
tho Rocky mountains many times larger1
than the Mississippi, its course twice the,
Mississippi's longtn, anu gliding inrougn
the clean and vast rocky cellars of tho
tinhcave'd mountains, without tho losses;
by tho alluvial absorption anil soior
evaporation which diminish, valley
rivers; It takes along in its courso tho
sinking streams nnu lakes of tho moun
tains of Mexico, and with them perhaps
uy a nunurcu mounius in its deep nqa
debouched, unseen Into tho Caribbean
rfaunnri auu or Mexico.
Tho frequent smoking mountains,
trombiing rocks ana blowing1 caves,
which occur In tho Rocky Mountalni
rango (no says; inuicato HUb-mountain'
casscailfH, caused by tho waters of molt
ing snows, of rains, of glaciers, and a
thousand sinking rivers and lakes,
which, amongst broken up and angular
rocks, aro on their way to tho ocean
level.
Through tho vast and heated vaults
underneath the Andes, I contemplate a
similar river; running from the thirtieth'
degree of wnith latitude to tho north, and
carving their overflowing waters nlso to
tho Caribbean Sea.
Tho Antilles, nowpartially sunk In the
ocean, are but a chain of mountain tops
which, 0.000 years ago, stood up In their
gnindur, a part (and, probably theglory)
of tho Andes; and at that dato tho two
mighty fltibmontagne rivers, meeting
and debouching together into tho ocean,
east or north or tho Antilles, combined
with extraordinary influences, under
mined the Antilles cIihIii, which went
down Into the Cataclysm well establish
ed In Indian traditions, which I havo
gathered both lu North and South
America, and also by unlmpoachablo
.records on the rocks themselves by
shapes and grooves left In the giant
walla at Caraccat aud Santa Martha, ou,
tho coast Venezuela, whero tills mighty
chain was broken; records which I havo
twice seen, which may bo read by all
ages to come, and which aro not myths
or fables.
In this tremendous catastrophe, proba
bly tho most stupendous that over took
placo on the serfaco of the globe, tho
Peninsula of Yucatan, with its splendid
Aztec cities, sank and sinco has partly
rison. Leavlug the two grand sunken
estuaries, the Gulf of Mexico and the
Caribbean Sea, Into which tho two sub
terranean rivers, from the constant over
flow of their vast cliUrns under tho
mountains, now spread their clear and
biuo waters, ncaieu by me volcanic fur
naccsthey have passed. By the Joint
iniiux or tneso rivers into mo Caribbean
b'ea, Its western surface Is elevated aomo
uistunco abovo mo level or llie ocean:
and pouring into the Gulf of Mexico,
sweeping, iu wesieru const, auu inKing
In Its way, the waters of tho Rio del
INorlo and .tho .Misnltslppl, this vast
Hood debouches with them iutp the At
lantic, at me rJonaa cape, anu mere
becomes the Gulf stream, until now ono
of , tho mooted puzzles of tho world.
More Hidden Treasure.
o
915,000,000 Cached en tho IhIIi-
luiis orPMunuiH.
Tho San Francisco 'Call' contains nulto
a lengthy narrative, said to haro been
told by an 'uld'Spanlard, in reference to
$15,000,000 lu gold, which ho reports was
cached on tho Isthmus of Panama many
year ago. From the 'Call' we condenso
tiio rouowtng: Jtappeard that as tatoua
1610 (hero lived in Havana an old sold
ier who belonged to the 8panlsh army, at
the time of the Insurrection of South
America, and who formed part of a de
detachment of troops detailed to convoy
from Panama to Chagres treasuro valued
at mora than llftecii million of dollars.
After tho departure of -tho detachment
from Panama, tho revolution broko out
on tho isthmus, aud tho soldiers knowing
uiai inoy were pursued, ami feeling
without hope of being able to protect tho
treasure, they burled it. Thov then hid
In Urn vicinity expecting that the
trouble in u few davs would
subsldo and that thoy might proceed
ou their way with their gold. But at the
ond of fifteen days their provisions gave
out, and not wishing to porlsh of hungor,
inoy resoiveu to ugm lueir way inrougii
to Chagres, whore thov would obtain re
lnforcements. Two days after they left
thoy were met by a largo force of insur
gents, i A tight; ensued, and all but two
mon of tho detachment wero killed,
Thoy managed tooscapo. andln tra voting
by night and renting by dav thev suc
ceeded lu reaching Chagres, which thev
found in poseslon of the Insurgents.
They managed tojiwitn oil" to an English
brig lylug lu tho stream and bound for
Santiago do Cuba. Tho captain kindly
received them on board, and, upon learn
ing their condition, secreted them on his
vessel or several days, and whori ho sot
sail ho agreed to convey them
to tho port, whero ho was bauud.
On the voyage, oue of the' soltl
iors, worn out by tho Bufferings lib
had endured on tho Isthmus, died, and
tho other, tho only surviving man of tho
convey that left Panama with tho troas
tiro, reached Havana, where ho resided
ed until lfr2 vjhon death ealled liim
away, Many limes during his residence
in Havana did this snldlor nntrnnt ti.
phfron ' Voiijoji ' and oqqther pr?r!.'tQ
convey him to Charges. nromlsW to ro.
rroal to thorn the exact spot where' he
anu nis companions nail burled the
treasure. The pairmxa, who whero both
ugod mon, having no knowledge of tho
isthmus, woufd uotJiRpard themselves lu
n,voyago whjalf. yffts considered oxtromoT
ly perilous. Another objeotlou thoy
raised whs that, being" Spaniards; thoy
would surolbejraurdered by tho Inhabf.
tanta. - Poulol, who.had never been lit
tlip.lstbmus, was unable to iiumejtho I!
exact locality explulaed (p hltu, by tho
n'nliltAr. 1 ' , " " . ' '
Mornioiilm.
xhlbitlonM of Divine Fuvor.
William Dallln, a Mormon ildcr, lec
turedjla O.h.Icag0 on Tuesday evening,
on the rise, progress and dest.ny of tho
Mormon Church. x
Th(Tpcculiarity'of tho Mormons, lio
said, Is their unity as a people, nd anoth
,er is their sincerity, which tie r worst
dbtractors can not deny. Like tho apoi
ties of old, their missionaries ero now
havo set out proselyting wlthoit stall or
scrip; and wonderful havo beec their suc
cess. Under Providence, too, no Mor
mon ship has been lost on the Atlantic,
nor an emigrant murdered by tho In
dlans whllo crossing tho pUins during
thb last 30 years. Tho last-named im
munity Is partially duo to the Christian
conduct of their caravans so unllko tho
I. . . f . 4,-1 "11. . .
generality or travelers mai oven iu uu
tutorcd Indian recognizes tho distinction
and regulates his conduct accordingly.
With regard to tho alleged non-payraont
of federal txes in -Utah, the'faots wcro
these: A large tax is collected by Presi
dent Young, known as the tlthlngs
this tho peoplo pay, and pay
willingly-so that, tho question
of ' taxes 1j not between tho
peoplo and tho United States
government, but botweon Brigham and
tho government. Again, though tho
lecturer was not a polgamist himself,
the principal he upheld . Ho believed It
was tho divine- Intention for men to havo
a plurality of wives, and remain faithful
to them. In nearly all couutrios the' fe
malo exceeded the males In number,
and this of Itself was an argument
aglnst monogamy. Whero tho
latter prevails, men becomo un
faithful t.to their .marital ypws,
.auu crimo anu prosuut'.ioa is ongenuerot.
no cuaiiengeu me wopu to suow an in
stance of this amount tho Mormons.
There every woman fulfils her manifest
destiny lu being united to man: and
there, too, when a Balnt undertakes a
long Journey ho can sifcly confide tho
honor of his wlfo or wires to his friend
until his return. VJrtuo Is respected
and honored. Still, If polygamy were
washed away, Mormontsni would stand
as socuro as over. It Is not a vital
principal of its life; and If tho gov
ernment decrees Its abolition, tho Mor
mons will submit, well knowing tho
folly of attempting to resist by force. It
Is only tho enemies of tho faith who
allege thoy will fight, aud go about
raising animosity. It was charged that
tho saints wcro exclusive, and dealt only
Willi en oh other. This was true; co
operation was started, all tnklnir Htock
who cliofio, and' dealing only with such
stores as, ueiongeui tuercio. it was a
necessity. They wero a poor people
uau no exports -an iiieirwcaitu iay in
their sheep, and cattle, and crops, and
tho littio money they did have would
soon leak away from them If they did
not thus protect thomsclves. Tho speak
er after somo further remarks, during
which tho nudienco was gradually molt
incr away, closed by exnresslui; tho bono
of a satisfactory and peaceful solution of
the .Mormon uiuicutty.
A mermaid is on exhibition at Benares
tho holy city nf Bengal. There is no
deception. Anybody can go and seo tho
prodigy ou payment of a singlo pice a
coin so small in value that Wostnru na
tions would scorn to acknowledge It.
Tho mermaid docs not como up to the
old descriptions and pictures of the
creature, for thoro is nothing of tho love
ly woman nbout it. "It exactly resem
bles a fish covered with scales on the
lower half, and a monkey having a
head and two arms with fingers, and
nails lu tho upper half." It was found
in tho sea near Japan, and tho present
owner gave 600 rupees for It about $800
of our currency. Another ono was
brought over at the same time, "as big
as a man." That fetched 1,400 rupees,
or 53-10.
SEW ADYERHISEMEXTS.
w
ANTED.
A (ttutttonby n toUiic man who re Mim In tin cltr,
inrruttnmiichinolijiot , ieJj employment.
AiiilrtMW. I, Cllyrot Office. St
Gr
LOVER & SON,
Gun mm r.nt'kuitiithx,
:o. 330 Walilntitonavc.,nnoiltotlie Court-dome,
Cnl r, I 1 1,
Mnnufncliirc" nml repair all kind of
HU.N, LOCKS, KI.Ya, KTC, KTC.
Work wrfnto. nmt chargei roAnible, frCUlm
GENTS WANTED.
OnBortKocnprcftle canvaser wunlnl (o ecnr
niliicrljitloiuln Culro for Mark Twum" Kieat ljook,
TIIK IXNOCEXT AIIKOAD."
The Dcinaud is Unbonndcd.
Inquiro nt tho HI. CUuUt Hotel for
leM-t CAPT. It OO i: US
BARREL FACTORY.'
B
ARRELS.
Il.iRRGLS OF ALT. KINDS
ind
IJiquox, Tvoirf? of All Sixes
On linnj, or mado lo order, nt tli Cairo llni-rcl Knc.
tory, foot of 1'omtli ulreet, Cairo, 111k.
Trliiimliiir, ou llual In Vi'uriilinuxe,
N0TICETO SHIWEllS.
N
OTIOE TOUHIPPERS.
firtro,JYbrimry'.Oth,,ha J
'-Onaniluft(r'tltoHnteoflliU notleo, all bllU of lu.
tllna for llio Truiii.it Hl'UK'-r 'lVK Al.lo" it ill Ihi
Mgnod ut tlir Slonc. Depot ottle(: on prenfiitntion of
iirny iieKeiw iL'iifi nrtke reccirinc einr on -iTanIt
leUMlW , JAMft JOIINSOM, Ajyil
GRAND ORNAMENTAL PAINTING.
QARL h. THOMAS,
SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER,
Shop In th Perry Home, Corner Commercall
Arcnue and Eighth ttrcet.
Cairo, T1H nioii.
dec21tt
INSURANCE
W. H.Morrli. II. II. Cnde.
QANDEE & M0RRIS,
Notaries Public and Insurance Agents.
Cairo, Xlllxxol
OFFICE Ab. 71 Ohio Levee, City Rational
Bank Jnilding. docSltf
11
ELIABLTS INSURANCE.
FIRE A2VD 9IARINTJEI
MERCHANT Ins. Co., or Clilcago j
CAPITAL AtW ASSETS. 820,728 11
SECURITY Ins. Co., of New. Yorkj
CAPITAL. ANU A3SET3..-. 1,733,819 OO
COMMERCIAL Ins. Co., or ailcngo j
CAPITAL ANU ASSETS,....! 310,010 34
INDEPENDENT Ins. Co., or Boston ;
CAPITAL. AND ASSETS 8 050,00a 00
SANGA3I0 Ins. Co., or Sprlngficiaj
CAPITAL AND ABSETH 39,tt7 80
AURORA Ins. Co., or Aurora, 111. ;
CAPITAL AND AHHKT3-. 9 10,MS 11
STATE Flro Ins. Co., ot Clarcland, O.j
CAPITAL AS'D ASSETS,........ 331,019 Sb'
J. N. REARDEN dc CO., Attifh
EcyptlMi Block,
frtVlt. Ore First National Kink;
JURE
IRE AND MARINE INSURANCE.
coMPASirm .
NIAGARA, NEW YORK; '
AS.ET3....-.....8i',ia6,2ic a
GERjrANlA, NEW YORK: :
ASSTra- ai.ooB.oat in
HANOVER, NEW YORK;
ASSETS .........:8720,76a 13
REPUBLIC, NEW YORK;
ASSETS ...9714,923 0
CotnprlMnrjilin Onttemrlte r Anty.
YONKERS, NEW YORK;
ASSETS 15
ALBANY CITY;
ASSETS. 84AU,18 3
FIREMAN'S FUND, BAN FRANCISCO
ABSETH, lGold)..$07S,000 00
SECURITY, NEW YORK; (Marine.)
ASSETS ..I,132,SI0 00
Store;, ilwelllns". fnrnltMre, hulli an't rarsoe"
Injured at rate a f.trorablo at round permsiieut
ie'Uritr Hill wnrrsnt.
t n-.pectfully ak f the cltltena of Cairo, a ill are of
nor 6 if a n. H trains,
Offlce at First .National Until:.
LEGAL.
TTACHMENT NOTICE.
otaio of Itllnolf. Alexander roumy, : In the Circuit
Courtof Alezjuider counlyi April Term, HTO.
In Attachment Demand fC3l 31.
rettj W. FIelil.Arotl llfncJIflt, Frelerlok L.Snyrfor
aud Itichatd I. Meld, firm of Field, lleneditt A Co.
t John M. IlyarJiind. William IL blewart, firm of
Ilyant i Btenart.
Nll hercl.y Kren toyou,tho,al. John M. Ilyard
ml William II. blewart, firm of llyanli Stewartthat
a writ nt Itaehment haj heon ued out of the office
of the Clerk or tho Alexander county Circuit Court
at tho cuit of tho .aid Field, ltem-Ulit A- Co.. and
niplint the etat of you, the old HyuH A Htewart
furtU hundred nniltliuty-onoand 31 . 1 ii ilollarr . lio.
aide Interent, directed to tho Sherlifof laid county to
nitcm, which ld writ hiu U'en returned liy Mid
Hherltl executed hylorylnjj n onn toxnf merl'han
dUe. Npw unlma ygu, Ihe .aid llynrH St,,wm ahall
pertonally bo and uppear In'foro Jim circuit court of
aldcountyontlierirt day of tho next term thereof,
to be ridden In the city of Culro, in id county, on
tho Kl rat Monday In Iha month nf April uext, rln
f pedal lull and pleail to alduotlon, Judgment will lie
entered asalnft you in fatorof taid lilnintltlsnndllio
property io attached told to atify I lio aiuo with
cost).
JOHN Q. MADMAN, CTerlr.
Cairo, Illmsl., January 31th, 1T0.
Mulkey, Wail Whctler, Ilalntlir.' Aitorneyi.
FcWwIt
QHANCEKY NOTICE.
fitate ol Illinois, Alexander county, m. In tho Clr.
iiitl Courtof Alexander county, April terni.UTO.
In Chancery! Hill for Ulvorv';
Mogglo Ilocho ti Pator 0, Itocho.
Aflidavlt of the non-rc!denoe of Peler O. Koeha
thiiaboTnamei defendent ImTlnc len flletl in tho
Clerk' otlivaof the circuit court of endl county, no
Ilea Is herohy olren to I lio r.ld l'eter IJ. Ilochn ht
tho coiuplaluniit tiled her hill of complaint in said
court on tho Chancery tldo thereof on the wth day of
January, l7i, and thereupon a nuninintu lnut- out
ui rain I'liuri ri'iuriiuiMu mo law uirecti, ow un.
lcHyoii,the(all l'eter IJ. Itoehe, thall personally bo
and uptxvar lfora tho circuit oourt of aaid county on
thcflrnlilay of tho next term thereof to lw holden at
court houo in tho city of Cairo, In mid county, on
tho Fir. I Monday of April next, and plead, anattcr or
demur to mild complainant, bill or complaint. Ihe
aamrimd tho matter and IhiiiKu therem charged and
atatcd t ill bo taken a.i confei.ed, and a decreti enter
ed ugain.t you uccordlni; to ih prayer of aul bill.
JOHN y. JIAHJIAN, Clerk,
Cairo, Illinois, January vsth, 1T0. .
iltinuA PapoPhUntitt'aAttornHya.
Fcbldltvrlt
ORDINANCE.
A
N ORDINANCE,
In relation to the Police Torce and tho aalarlc. of cer
tain City olHcm.
lit it onlainiil by Iht City Oniixcil of tSt Cy o Cuiro;
Hrcriox l. That tho Polluo Forcapf the City, from
and after tho pa'.ajr,a of thlt Ordinance, thall bo run.
Mltutedm folbma, Tlx: A Chief of Police, iliontmU
perform mich duties aa aro now or may hereafter n
iironcriU'd by didlnanue, unit, not mvrethaii four
t'olIcA Conitalde, three of whein ahalldo duty iu tho
nlulit time aud one duiinx tho day.
Hse. if. ,'fho Chief of Polleo thall reeeire a
aalary of one thousand tlollara pr year, ami
each of tho Police ConataUea shall receive umlary of
aeveuty.tlfo dollars er month.
Frc. 3. From and after tho dato of tho iiaaaago of
thi. ordinance the aalary of tho City Martnal aliall ho
fifty tlollara per month, and of thn t'lly Comptroller
aei'nty-llvedollari per mouth.
fj-c. J, All ordinances or parta of ordinances' hi
roij.latnit wlili tho provUtuna of'thla oidlnani'e aro
Hcrouy rtieaicu,
ApprorVd February .Wlh. U70.
"r. n.u jit iri'
B1
ILL HEADS
Vrtnied at'th orflev of tWcilro lliillnln.
GROCERIES COMMISSION.
W. 8TUATTON. X. Dini).
gTRATTON & BIRD, . .
Ouccesior toStratton, Itudion k Cla'tV), '
'WHOLES ALB , .' ' ',"
Grocers and Commission MorcIiiikfj8.
. MM
Agcnfiof
American Powder Co., and MatnafeelarerB
A(Bts ror Cotton Yarns, roiC
oeiraSdur w hI IT00, c",,' ,n-
J M. PHILLIPS CO.,
CBuccewora io K. B. Undrelu A Co.,) ,
Forrrarding and Commission Morchaats
IVUAnFnOATApllOPBICTOiUj .
Oalxro - - m XUIxxoIm.
Liberal Advance Made on Oonsignmmtt.
..lllP.p.e(, 10 r"fT, lUre or forward fraicht to
ill points buyorfelloncommlailoo. Buaiheaa 1
endetl to with promptnua. apjodawat
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W. GREEN,
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FLOUR AOTSfir
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General Commlsilon Mcrcliaii't,"
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WHOLESALE GROCER,
riwuwti AUU COMMI88IOX .
M 3E3 H. O XX JX. 2XT SP ,
2VV. 70 Ohio Levee, Calrd,-Ill.
ordeM.'1 "CD".n s,TCn ,0 Mtoninmtr and llng
gAM'L WII-SON.l
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BOAT STORES, GROCERIES AXD ritO.
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FLOUR MERCHANT AM jflliLCRS'
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Or.leraao.HctU.lana pr!.V.lly and' ittiiVciorny
DYA8 T. PAHICKK. JonB. lKnLliTS.'
pARKER PHILLIS,' SrJS&t
General -
CoiHiiilssIoii and Ponrartiiiig McrckiUts
And Dealers m
"uy, torn, OnN, Itrnu, null all liUula .'ol
Produce, . .
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A YJSK8 Jt CO.,
E. J. ATHIU.
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09MM ISSIOX MERCHANT'
Ko. 133 Ohio Levee, OAIRCtfIli .
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IValer In Ote-:erIea, Urne, Plotr PrlV I'Uat'crt
Hair, Coment. ,. . ;.
In bulk, alwaya on hand. Corner Elghlii atreW'l '
Ohio Ifo, Cairo Illinois. " " " iyWJtl
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.
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JOHN V. TI1UVKIL r.n.. .
BROKERS AND EXCHANGE DKAIiERS
F.lghth street, wcoad door from Com.ATS, , ,
EXCHANGE ON iV'ii
Great Britain, I Southern (it-nnanr,
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Nonvaf. , ,
Alio, Paiac Tickets from
Lnerjwl, London, Havre, AnUotrp, Bremen
and Hamburg, io New York,
Or to any point West. , . ..
JOHN yf. TROVKR A CO.,
Real Estate, Bond and Stock Brokers.'
Will attend fo the payment of Slate, Gsunty andCllt
Si?.';?! 5n,l "J.1. hu.iue.i pertaining o a OENKKAl.
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EiqiiTl'l ,STrtKKT, second door from Com. Ave..
dftcJVMJtf ' Cairo, HI.
TAILOR.
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