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OFFICE: No. 13 Tonth. Street, Thornton's Building.
DAILY EDITION
SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 26, 1870.
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO
.Congressman Dawus aaya,,ln a lattbrttn
- .noi 11 us, ' or ew nampmiror economy
unil reform can only ho Hecured by keep
ing power In tho republican party."
ll.i rnnuf. rititiinti frnrti fit,, nimluna llml
" tho hair of. tho do,' will odro tho blto."
r . .
The governor of Iowa has xenl a mos
Migo to the legislature, advocating the
removal of tho, national capital' -to tbo
Ml.i.ilsslppl valloy, mid Huylng: "It
would hupni to ho tho, clear .duty of our
runrownlntive't In cohgreHH to declino to
voto for further expenditure)! for tho
liiutlolm! UulIulngH at the present cap
ital."
A clerk In tho Interior department at
Wafdilngton ttworo that whlttcmorc, a
reverend carpuWbag inemher of congress
from South Curollnn, o (lured to appoint
him to tliO'iiaval academy for two thou
Hand dollarH. This Ih the man who
preached to the negroes against tho sin of
living In nn unmarried condition, and
then joined them for one dollar per pair.
iu' ih "irooiy ion," or course
In turns out that the Hon. 1$. F. Whltlo
more, the enterprising retail dealer In
cadetdtlpi, Is better known at home us
tho Ruv. R. F, Whlttomoro. Ho la from
MarwcluiiottH, hut claims to' ropresc'ut
South Carolina In Congress When ilrst
accused, ho denied flatly that he had ever
ollered to sell a cadetshlp; then ho ex
plalueda ccr(alu Northern appointment
which uau ueen crouueii to nun, oy Hay
ing he could find no man In South Car
ollna who waH "loyal" enough to take It.
Uolng charged directly with tho crime.
ho.dealotl lit avjdarely onlM "honor'1 us
ii man as a radical an a gospel minis-
tr a carpetbagger. Ho half ilifco leen
proved ftullly, and on Wednesday, ro
signed.
Tho conduct of Qcn. Logan In purging
JoncrrMi of tno'nroneilce oMhli xvAuml
rol, commends the applause of men of all
panu,
A PAllillloNlbuTciVY.
The Now lYork 'Sun' Hays' that the
Mfti'pr Mud fjy.n mirnljor of the city
council, of Columhlis, Ohio, visited .','ln
cluuatl tho ohtrdny, and wero enter
talned by tbo Clnclnnutl common coun
cil, at nu uxponso of flGI 70. Only f 100
or tills amount wai sptnt for rum and
tobacco. And now the Cincinnati no wo
paper are growllntr at the bill.
When the Cincinnati common council
vliltfld New York, a single member of tho
Tammany Hlng-ono of tho Mutual Uaio
Hull Club, which the. Clnclnnatlnns have
hIiico porststeutly vllllled pout SL',00)
Iu entertaining them In a well-known
houie up town. And none of tho Now
lo.k nowspapdra grumbledi ulthougli
thoirreator part 6f tho fi'.OW wont for
rum.
death oproNrAxIox 'n'URU'y.
OAMih
A special dispatch from Now York un
der date of Jl, Inst, flays:
"Minister Uurllnganjo died yesterday
at St. Petersburg."
Mr, Hurllngamo was a man of marked
character. '
Although In tho employ of tho Chinese
Empire,' his rflbrtaTroro dlreoTed fo tho
elevation of tlwAntfrlean republic while
traveling In old of tho oriental. Tho
thouiands of Chinamen in America hava
lost their bortadTooAto'lu'th6''death of
Mr. Ilurlingame. It is not to bo (tuea
tloned ithat'hU acknowledged ability,
Ills entrancing eloquence, and his thor
ough acquaintance with tho Chinese
character, would have made him the ad
vocato of the Chltiamou in his demand
for recognition under tho lath Amend
mo tit.
Jii tho doath or Mr. I)urlInganio this
whulo couutry JoSds a benefactor. Ho
waK;doInK worn to supply the deinnnd
for labor than will bo readily understood.
Ills mccessor iu the interest of the Chinese-
Kin pi re will probably bomippllod Iu
Knrnnn
,.. f .
KAN 0 mO A LOST ART.
The Individual whofuruUliei the num
bored parantphi for tho LouUvIlIo
'Courlor-Joiirnrtl' oxprosjci tho opinion
that hanglutr llko auccemful onibalinlng,
U among tho lost nrw. r To loqk, lip tnya,
at thoamounVof worlc'douolti tho way
of murdor In tho City of Crimes (Urook.
lyn) It Ii dafo tosupposb thitf tlio bhorilPu
oflloa la &lBlnocuro, nud that ho will novor
bo cUed upon to "viudlcato tho majesty
of tho law," which, in tho vernanular,
moHiis to hang tho guilty. Thoro booms
to bo a carnival of crime raging In Now
York. Tho foUlo.t murderori havo boen
released on bail, und aro to bo seen, uleek
and fut, on- the fashtonablo tlforougli
farm every day. A dozon ill flu rout
atrocious murder liuve recontly boon
perpetratod lu that city a(iU uq a tops
taken iu earu6jtto'uriisU the assassins.
A revolting assassliiatlou o. brutal wlfo
murdor croates no oxcltomont whatover
and tiio next day tho wliolo all'ulr is for
gotten, and tlio murderer either bribes
his way out or gives "straw bail" and
laughs la his aleovu at justice, Thorp, is
but one romody for this drondfuLstaU) of
a(I'alrti,vanrl that IsVcoiiHldorablo miiount
of liaiicing, aystomatlcally nud thorough
ly doue, of cut-throats. They luapngo
thoHo things In Han Francisco Ajottor llian
In Now York or Rrookiyn.
A MURDERER AND HORSE THIEF
LYNfJIIED,
A fit. LouIh dispatch under date of tho
i! 1 tli liihtftiUnayH
'Plm nnnrn A hrlnrjnti Dnnil wlm u'nu
arrested n fow days ago for tbo.alleaed
murder of ImlerlckHudlkoe, near Ven
Ico, 711., a fow miles from Hero, was
lynched nn Tuesday ovenlng whllo bolng
conveyod'from Venice to tho jail at'Ed.
wardsvlllc, by a party of men who took"
mm rroin tuo wagon. Arter jcuocicing
tho olllccr In rhargo Insenslhlo theynhot
the negro nevorul times through tho head
and then hling hi in to a treo. Tho negro
was miiy Kicntiiieu ny Mrs. Ktiuikeo as
one of tho murderers of her husband,
and he confessed having assisted In tlio
muruer.
Tho snino evening a young man named
Jos. Tuttle, of Ut. liouis. was arrested at
Venice on suspicion of honio-Ateallncr,
Tuttle protested innocence, aud sont a
messenger to at. Jjouia ror ovuioiico or ins
good cliaracter. Jn tho moantimo ho
wan left in Justice Jtoblnson'H ofllco. In
charge of two men, one of whom asserts
Hint uurtng tuo nigiit 'luttie wai aiioweu
to go out doom, when ho ntarted to run,
nud was fired upon, but with what effect
is not Known, it seems to do a ract How
ever, mat no lias not sinco been Keen or
heard of, and tho impreislon provalls
that ho was also lvuched. which Is deep
ly deplored by tlio citizens, ns tlio mes
senger wjio wenu to wt. jxiuis rettimcu
with nbund.ant ovldenco of tho young
mau'Hgoou cnaractcr.
A Family Fucd in Jjoulsinna.
-O '
.'cncntl .St. Joltn Llddcll Killed
by Colonel Cliurli-H Joiiuh
anil IiIm Tuo Mons.
Krora NewOrlfsni Delia, .'lt.
Uy the arrival of tho New Orleans and
Camden packet nt our leveo last, oven
lng the sad Intelligence Is bronghf us of
tnuJauiUKoi uenorai t. Joiin Jitddcii.
of Catahoula parish. General Lid dell, it
appbara, was assaanlnated on board of
thcHteamboat ht. ilnrys, on Monday,
the 11th Inst., at tho hour of two o'clock
wnllo at dinner, tho boat then belntr at
Jones' landing on Jllaok rivor. Ho was
Killed uy.uoiDiicl ctiarics Jones aud his
twoBou. Cuthbertand William, of tho
snino parish, between whom and the do
c6ised there had existed n fucd of lone
sinuiiing, which u ishiuii nan lately ueen
. - ,.- - .... .!. ... .... . "
reiiewon m forao way ny urn rocent
plantation sale, in connection with
which Mr. Fjxou, of our city, met his
untimely death.
Ueneral J.lddell was on his way from
his plantation near Trinity, to visit his
daughter at West itaton. Kougo. As tho
boat touched tho nank at Garrett's Laud
ing, one mile above Jones', tho two
young jouses came on board, and when
they discovered that Gen. Llddcll was
nn ixmru at oncu left, ro-
mounted their horses nnd gal.
loped down to their Iioiho below.
After the tomer left O.irrett'H oho
next stopped ut Jones' to tskoon ootton.
At this Juueture Colonel Jones aud his
twOiMOtis cams on board, fullv armed.
and went up Into tho cabin, General
Llddull .was (dttiog nt th table oiitlng
dinner as thoy eutered, but attvmptod to
rixo from his Keat a tlioy approached.
At this instant two ahobi wero flrotl at
hlnl, ouo by Colonel Jones and tbo other
by one of his hons: both supposed to
have taken effect in his breast. lie fell.
but wnllo In tho1 act of falllnir drew his
revolver nnd shot once at Colonel Jones,
who was recreating out of tho pantry
gangway, tho ball rrom Ueneral LIddoll'a
pistol lodging in the celling over his
head. Tho sons of Jones tired soveral
shots at Gcuoral Liddell after ho had fal
len, soma of wlllnli ton I: otrnt. flnnnrnl
p,lddell -did not p"eoW,1and expired al-
The nassontrew all flod from tho oabln
as soon n the llriugoouinioucod. After
the shooting Colonel Jones and ills sons
went on shore, and the bteamer .roturnod
to Ueneral Llddelt'a plantation with the
body of tlio deceased. k
The Cunliir CliuK Oufdi.nr.
f LAI.. tl.A Ci II. ..I !! m 1..t, ! 1
Tho "Ited Hlver Jtebelllou" lias at
II ll'l HiU tllf I Alii riVltVUH 1 t Ig
length "pegged out." wo might say, has
I It ' 1 t
Win m pegged out, ami suggests a new
iniiiw iu w irm me I (iv ui iililHHU" J
n .lll Vl'l.nf Is l ll,l:.n nlllT.,
start, nnd nil tho way through. Those
half-breeds hnvo never .sought In do pen
deiice. nnd much less, nnnexntlou. Tlioy
woro dlssatlsilud from fortr that they
might loso their tltln to tho laud on
whtolbthey had squatted, und n fow mou,
among them Jo. Roletto, ami Stutsman
of Pembina, invited th,t commission of a
riot, and the occupancy of tlio old dosert
ed 'ort Garry, important only heoauso It
contained a supply of Hudson Ray Com
pany's stores. All olso that hud been
ilonu iioa beou tho merest fnrco, except
a. .i uh.iiii) Atmt tm n,itb .ill itI9 ukmu
MoDoiuiall'H retreat, which was forced.
not by the Red River trbeu, but becauso
Jo, ltollotto and Htut-sninn had caused
them to bo refused article of food at
Pembina, by frightoulng tho trmlos'iuon
at tliat place witli stories of UiutedHtutes
Intorferenco, and that to furnish supplies
to McDougall would bo troavon.
Tho oouventlou, tho nroolamat Ion.
etc., havo beou auuov uouHeuse nnd rlL-.
Luutrolo, over which their authors laugh-
on in inoir coinposKinn. J. no column hm
ter column published In the 'Press' lifts,
half of It, beou pure Invention, ami the
balaucQ.a grQtcmqua exaggeraUoar The
entire alrulr"uever amounted, in extent
lior importanoo, to a' topthpartof what
tho Nbw York nutl-rentiota.dld. Tliero
has over been a time, jior would there
hereafter hava been a time, when tho
outbreak would requlro thu exertion of
oVeri two compaulewof tro6ps irt'lts sup
'V.Mualllll. 'Plinca1 Wr.lll1 1 ltU.l KunMlniil
there early In tho summer, had not tlio
dUtm banco beon peaceably ended us It
liim ThoMn ncnnlfl '.-'vririii-i'ihihriiiii.l.ul
sitrpflso'tit the notlco their little friendly
noiuoiisirauoiMiiiH aiirrcrca. Tiiey near
with astonishment that tlio Bt, Taul
Press' lias published, nnd when they re
celvo notlco that Bona or Ramsey pro
poses a pkbheiium, they will hasten to
their Hloux dictionary to find out what
thundorlng operation 'is to be provided,
and whethor they can go through It
without stripping pfT their, brocchclouts.
Wo fitiallaccbptwlth' cotapla'cancy our
sharo of tht ridicule. Wo wero Hooded
with spontaneous letters from thero. of
a'fllmular purport to'tlioso published In
tho 'Press.' We gave placo to two or
threo, and their becamo satisfied of theii
spurious cliaracter. Tlio other newspa
pers who wero humbugged in tho same
way. adhered to tho sensation soli, and
tho 'Press' Is Btill trying to mako out
that It was a great afJ'alr. It never was
overt a great fizzle, and is not now, out
sldo of tlio 'Press' Jotters Itamsey's
speech, which Is
tho most ridiculous
part of tho whole.
NEW ADYERTISE31ENTS.
watedT
TT
A iliuationlij toudv-munwlio rf ildrn Jn lb city.
Wft-pno(K)ronchn object ai tlvulj traployiutot.
fluuirw r, inis vincc. Jl-
Q.Lp.yEU & SON,
Willi and JLockHiiillliR,
No. 330 WMhlnjtcn ute., opposite the Court-liouie,
Cairo,.... .............! la.
ttauurac(nr4 ttidrrpMrs alt klndnnf
UNM, LOCKS, KKVS, KTC, I'.TC
Work wiruntcil and chargM rrwonkl. fell jlm
GENTS WANTED.
Onor twjMitrctllc cnnri-i-ri wntfd to ftcatu
abv:rlplioni In Cairo, fpr Mailc, Tnnln's great loW,r
TJIE IlVNOC'KXTt. AIZJIOAD.'1
Tlio Dcninni h Ualioundri.
ln-nittri8t. Chirlen Hotel for
teMl CAIT. KOOKR.S
liARREfj FACTORY.
gARRELS.
HARItEI-N
OI' ALIi
anj
ICIXDS
Liauor TCojts of All Sizes
tlo l.aml, or ma.lolo ordf r, t ilii Cairo Jtarri-I Fftc
lorr, fiiol 61 FourtU UMl, Cairo, III.
Trillin, Itiir. on llnat or In lVarrliniuc.
nue Mt tall. Support lioin iUt, Mr.'SImJ
GRAND ORNAMENTAL TAINTING.
QAMi L. TFIOMAS,
SKJN AD OttXAxr.NTAL PAI5TER,
lioji-In tli Vttrj ltonf, Corner Co'lnmercail
At. k if and Klfilitli atrcct.
. . Cairo, IlllnolM.
lire: It t
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
N
OTICE TO SHIPPERS.
IltinoU Central r.ailrnid Co.)
.Sont'ir;k,i?.
Ctiro, I'ctruury Htli. 170. 1
On arid after llierlife oftlil notice, all bllU nf U
dltiB for the Tratmt Muanier "Dan, AMe" will U
it ncd at tLe Stone Li-.t orHcv. on irurnt.itinn ut
amy urkri iifiitu 117 tan rt-ceirm enr on Tratit
Wjurl-bcal.
l.lilS.lllT
JAMES JOHNSON, Ajrent.
COAL RARGE LOST.
03T COAL RARGE.
A liberal reaardwill bo i
I.ral reaardwilt bo plii the findrly irndint
tutlan to Cairo. iulJ bars waa 110 leet luoj,
"inter, marled N.J. lliglry onaldo, anJ hl a
imUrlor tontlieend. It rot away from Cairo
nnjrmt
drkolr
itn number 3.or tontlieend. It (,-ot away :
ITUl-utlB A. I, nnui w r.l.lj BU.I.
. . . r . . . .A n . . ......
ORDINANCE.
anl.
Tho clinlr refUsIitrj to nnnoint ouch a
commlttoe, Alderman Kennedv moveil
rt'connhlor tlio motion mmlo by Mr,
'Cullnlinn, nnd tho nyp anil navs l.PimJ
Cnlleil for upon tho mot. ronnni,inr
pesulted us follows Ayi Nnya . '
oounciltnnn JorKonson, .ntl Alderman
f"rnji appeared and took their seats.
- m .
'I'llfk lt,..1tln. 11.
Tho question (lion recurrir
upon tho
motion
Hindu liv AT,
Callahan,
ed lost.
was l)Ut nild doi
" J'"1 ,,,,U "CC
E hereupon Alderman Mendel
loved tho adoption of tho Proamhle
ml Resolution of Alderman McKoe, Ue-
pianug uio result or tlio e ct!on. Tlio
biotion was seconded, put nnd carried.
a
. C LOTH IN Q.
JJJKW CLOTHING I
Hvorytliiue Xx'omIx
IIAlttlAINS F0Ki'IIE PEOPLE I
M I IX KB "aTmIMLEK,
Hrlilsrladout,their old ttook of Clatlilnir, hare
brCAj-t.t on a
I.urgo and Splciulld Stock
Which embrace eery kind of .
Fnalilonailila tJoullrnien'M Wonr,
AndtuuhaaU aultctltoall clasioi.
They ould auk ei-pcelal attention to tliclr supply of
XXata m.cl Oajaaa,
In wbivh they prufco to lead tho piarkut' Alao to
llielr
k Piece Good,
Which embrace all l)lo oC Clothe, Caiauneri,
'IVyo.lii, etc., ftom which Ihuy manufacture
oi.otiiinu to oki:k,
Id tbe lxjt mannor, nud ttrlctly fiuhlonable. Their
stock of
' Clout Icmen'M FnrnlHTidi Clouds
U rery complete, IncludlnK piany nvclica noTf r liev
rori bioiifht to this marked.
TKUNK8, OV HVIIUV STVLK. VALISICS, OARl'KT
Miired ortlieir sbllllv lo Hell Kodn frnt their new
Mtrcl:, qheaper tlinn tver lnfori, Iht'y ndy on ills
jrlailiiftini puUUt l exlend Ihein lliu iurnii;i(i (buy.
Jcnnrvij. , aiial'dlf 1 T
ATTORNEYS
1 KEEN & GILBERT,
Attorneys sad Connsellors at Law,
William IT. tlrtta,
William II. Ollbcri.
CAIRO, I IX.,
Bpcclal attention ftren to Admiralty and 3tibcat
bualneit.
OaHoe on Ohio l,re, Roomi 3 and
ortr latJTatloaal Bank, knlS-trl
LLEN, WEBB & BUTLElt,
ATT0RXEYS at law.
OfflcelnHroiiNer Diilldlnr,
Corner of Rlorcnlh atreat and CoramrrcUI Araaae
W. J. Allen, J
II. Wanon Webb, CAIRO, ILL.
L. P.IIntler,
J
denlldtf
JJULKEY, WALL & WHEELER,
ATIORSETS AT LAW,
JOUN II. MULKET, )
Ozo. W. Wall, CAIRO, ILL.
SAU'L P. WllEILKB,7
Office Iloorae, a and O Winter' Bloe
decarwdtf
JJ1 E. ALIJRIGHT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
omee,carucror'lwirth Ntrret and Wl.
CAino,
.1LL1N0I9.
VIII rri"lW In tlili and the adiolalns Judicial rlr
ettila, and Hiiltn collr'tion9 In the ueigUborlnacoun.
uk ui HiHounanu nniucur. c.rJH
NATIONAL BANKS.
ftlTY
NATIONAL BANK.
Cairo, XU-lzxolai.,
CAPITAL
$100,000
V. P. IIAI.I.inAY, Prealdenti
A. II. HAr'FOKH. Vaehlert
WALTKR IIYMLUP, Aaalitant Caaliltr.
Dlrtrtort;
tlf ll.BVIvrilU I U HIT Mtllv
COTT WII1TK. ltOHT.H.t:iI.VNIN01IAM.
ur.u.ft'. ti.i.iAjinw.v, nii.rH&ii ijlllir,
tv m i...f . 1 a IfunV ,Li4.ii.ul.t ....... . -
-a. u. BArroni'.
KxcliauL'e, Coin, and United Slate lloudi
, " IIOMitlit nnd Hold.
Dupotil) Rtcexrtd, and a Oentral Ranking
' jfiiiwii umaucteu.
di-c2rcs.ur
T
UE FIRST NATIONAL RANK
or
UAMKI. IIUIU), I IIOUT. W. JIII.I.MI
rremlent. I Vn'i-rrrndenU
O.K. IIUGiIKS, Cojl.:r.
Collections Promptly Attended to.
Kicliange, Coin, Bank Kotea Bnd Hutted
Statea Securltlea,
Sougllt .XXCL ISold,
lufprcst
fctidtr
Allowed on Time Depotlla.
INSURANCE
W. H.norrli. II. Il.Candee.
QANDEE & MttRRIS,
Notaries Public and Iosuranco Agents.
Cairo, Xlllxxolm.
OFFICE No. 11 Ohio Lnee, City National
R
ELIARLE INSURANCE.
FIRE AM) MAIUM2!
MERCHANTS Ins. Co., of Chicago;
CAHTAL AND A33KW -8 H20,7a 11
SECURITY Ium. Co., of Xew York;
CAPITAL AND ASSKTr! .-..$1,7310 OO
COMMERCIAL Ins. Co., of Chicago
CAPITAL AM) ASSETS .-.8 310,Oltt 31
IXDEPEM)KXT Ins. Co., of Rostonj
CAPITAL AND ASSETS -.8 030,000 00
SAXdAMO Ins. Co., of Springileldj
CAPITAL AMI ASSKTrf.... . i)S0,037 U
AURORA Ins. Co., of Aurora, HI. ;
CAPITAL AXn ASSh7K.. 8 210,000 II
STATE Fire Iu. Co., of CWrclaud, 0.:
CAPITAL AND ASSKTd 8 U34,0S0 Ob
J. fi. KDAKDIl.V A: ., Aglf,
tf'tIB Block,
Ke'-Wt. Orce First Natioual ltink.
IIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE.
"omA!m:si
NIAGARA, NEW YORK;
assi;tv) jii,iu a
(lEIlMANrA, NEW YORK;
assw l,oos,oai 7
UASUVJ-iK, MKW YORK:
ASKTrf..... 87SiO,7l I J
llEl'UIJLIC, NEW YORK;
ASSin'd.m...87le,rMa 0
CotiiprUInx tho Underwrite ra Agenry,
YONKERS, NEW YORK;
AH.iK'lVI.... .8?MM IS
ALiIJANV UiTV;
ASSLW. 81.5.,103 3
r iRlUAI AN'o FuM) BAN FRANCISCO
ASSETS, ,(qold)...8a7H,000 00
SECURITY, NEW YORK;, (Mariuo.)
( r.w,. l,4;rj(Ntl 00
1 a. . . . .
ni.ii.r, .,r,,iiirt-, iiiriniiin-, It II 1 1 1 Alul cargo
Inmred ui rnlM n f.ivorablo an uiuul penimouut
nwiirily Mill Hiirrum. 1
I roirt Ifnlly nxk ef Ihn clllioiu of Cairo, a .Irnro of
Iholr puiiiiiuii. 1 '
.....111.... ..-ll . t. '
II a'yiv.O If
L NV Illlillllsi
Olllce at, l-'lrnt Mallonal liuuk.
GROOERIES-COMMIflSiOIT.
W. BTKATTON. T. BIRD.
gTRATTON & BIRD,
(duccesion te Blratton, Hodaaa k dirty,
WHOLES ALB
Grocers and Commission XorctaRtf,
Agentaof
American Powder co.,aael Maaataftareni
Affcntn for Cotton Trn, T
ecivmu 07 ol,l jAsveet Ca,ro' ,H
J M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Successors 10 K. B. Hendrleka k Co,,)
Fonrnrdlnff nnd Commission. Merchants
WlIAnFltOATAlKePJIIETORIIi
Oa4jco - - - Illlnolw.
Liberal Advances Made on Consignments.
.,iixe1pr,pV"' 10 rM;rlr' ttnn r tonm 1 to
lllpo olai luyoraellonconimloaloa. BailnSii m
ended lowltn promplnnt. aalodavM
Q W. GREEN,
(Hncceior to Xdll. Qreen A Ca..
AND
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Q. D. WILLIAMSON,
WlEOIiKNAIiC GROOflR:
rnonucE and commibhiok
AC 3SI XL. O EC -A- 3NT Ti, .1
A'o. 70 Ohio Lttee. rol,., ' in
Hpeolal attention g Wen lo ccnilpimente and ,rnito
orderaj
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gAM'L WlLSON.l
Dealerln ; r )uil
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES AN!) 1R0-
VISIONS 1 1
HO Olxlo Lovoo, ll '!
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MERCHANT
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AO EXT,
wo 01110 i,evp, Oilro.UIlnoU
If If Mn
tl.ltHl.
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promptlr and
ftlllaotorlly
DYAS T. PAHKKIt. JOHN II. 1'IUIXM.
pARlCER & PHILL1S, (k
Commlnlou and ronrardrnjr Xerehaa
And Ileitlcre In '
Hr, fnm, Ortla, Urnii, tui'il nil Hli'da
I'routire, , , ..... ....
ohio levhe :.)J;;.kxo!i&' l
apt dtf J
(. V. ATtUS.
YKRB Ji CO.,
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COMMISSION MERCHANT
Wo. 133 Ohio Levee, CAIHO, II.1U, 'i
marl7dtf (1
VINCENT, i
Duller In Oroccrlei, Llmo, Tlaeter rrl, rUaterel
Ilalr, Cement.
In bulk, alwara on hand.
.. . .
Corner JCfvlith alreet .
unio LTe, Cairo llllnola.
anyii-B
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.
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OR SALE
r
TnOVBIl A. CO.,
EXCHANGE DEALERS
JOIIX w.
RR0KEU8 AND
KiKhth atreet, recoad door frum Com. Ave.,
EXCHANGE ON
Great Rrltnln. I Knntimrii ricininnv.
Ireland. Frmieo.
Xorthoin Germany, Sircdcn,
Norway,
Lxttrpool, fjondon, Havre, Anturrv, Brtmen
ana Hamburg, to Ntv Vtrk,
Or to any point Wel.
CoUoni tnvleon any point (tt Europe.
JOHN W. TROVER & CO.,
Real Estate, Rond nnd Stock Rroben.
U'lll tti.n.t tn. f 1. r .1 ... .,(11.1. f . .
imukKiauk
"'' all tulnei.a porlalalug to a OHNUKAL
Kiqiitii Stukkt, itcond door from Corn. Ave
TAILOR.
QORNELIUS 1J0YLE,
TAILOXt,.
140 PSIMKUOIAL AVU.l)aC
Iu Elliott A 'Hoytliorno a "Hoot arid' Store,
JRO, ILLINOIS,
rCultinir done a short notice.
'tta'ridC-y
STOVES, TINWARE, ETC. t'
A.
HALLKY'S CHARTER QA1C
STOVE STOltrT
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Coiipr,Thrh"rf(!!SliVc"t fott' n,,1
lA'p. Hit) WAS1UNUTON AVENV)i''u,
(Abora the Market lfou.e.1 ' '
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lone in a iwat and aiiUumial inunuur, u .hortuft'
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