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OFFICE: No. lfi Timth Stroqt. Thornton' T3uildin.
JOHN HfOBERLY & iJO
WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 23, 1870.
Tho MlH.iourl 'Duiuacrucy,' published at
Cujiu Ulrnrdeuii, la u piiptT tliut l ipltiya
In Its , editorial columns cciiiMlilurublo
ulilllty. Tlio writer wan U pun with a
hutid tbut li very nklltfiil. Jn the nuni
ban of tho 0th iunl lOtli lint., lie diiposefl
of a rwllcul utplrant for ooiigrc'siliiniil
honors In 11 tiuinner that elialleiiyuM atl
mlmtlon. If tho Hun. A. M. Cue
bolt iIoch not shriek tiiulur the ciistlHU
(or, ho Im the happy posto.-sor of 11 very
The miners, at Uurphyisboro, .Jueknon
county, UIU u. u strike, and art- rently
annoyed by tho nvtfroen, who doilro to
Ket their pluces In tho inlneH. They aro
Hwcurlnj,' voiiKeiico, anil aro lotion euw
lomers. Call In Imumi, and let peueu
reign In the Radical houm-holil. Why
Nliould not breatl.ern dwijll together In
Tin: ACQUITTAL OF JI'DGK FFL-
The United .states Circuit Court forthe
.Southern iJUtrlotof Now Yoik, Inn been
occupied for nine duyi with the trial if
oX'Judjjf Kullertoti, upon diaries of con
iplrncy and black iiiuIIIiik. He won ac
quitted ty thejury, under the direction
of the Court.
The tetlinony for the defendant re
lated only to certain minor point which
Deemed to require explanation, and wui
Introduced mure for the purpose of re
moving any lurking uiplclon of ullt
which might remain In the mind of uuy
Juryman, than tlmt It wui thought to be
neccssury to ensure the ac(uitlal of Mr.
Kulleton. Wo have read the evidence
adduced on the trial, in reported, "t
carefully, and bellevo that the aecu-ed
will be as completi'ly viudL-ated by the
tribunal of public opinion, a he hat been
beforo the Jury empannelled to try his
It Is seldom In a oa-e of tliin munltudo
that a Court after the clo-e of the defend
ant'ri testimony, will uko the reiponsl
blllty of directing' the Jury to render a
veralct of acquittal. Hut the concurrent
opinion of the two Judi?et forming tho
Court in to the failure of the government
tokiibitantlate the charei, and an iuti I
raallon that If the Jury dioiild find the
dofeudaut KUllty a new trial would b
Km ti ted on the r,nnid that the verdict
v?hh aAlt-ant tliu wvlht of evidence, ren
dered any dell'ratlo'i of the Jury un
necessary. Judo Woodrull", in giving
hi reason for direction the Jury t ac
quit Mr. Fullertou, fully exculpates him
from nny of the charges of conspiracy,
saying: the evidences of expreis con-piracy,
It rectm to me, utaln entire purity
of motive utid Intent of the parties then
engaged In the prosecution." He ays
further. "It Is found In the testimony
that the accused win retained as
counsel In the Hr.-t place, and the mo
ment that Is stated, the elrouintaiiri"
not only explain but more than Ju-lirtVi
the action which, in ordinary eu..i,
miijht of I wolf prov a combination f'r
ttie alleged wrouir.
It N purprMni; that the Knvtirnment,
with a knowledge which It must have
poKsested of thelnnullloiency of testimony
to warrant a conviction, .should have
prosecuted the Indictment. The only
way of account I k for It is that such win
the HtretiKth of public opinion that Dis
trict Attorney lMerrepont might have
been hUipecled of desiring t screen a
fellow member ol the bur from punish
ment, had he discontinued tho caie, or
the Koverunient mljiht have been un
justly charged with feurliiii tho ell'ect of
the testimony II It had ordered the prose
cution to cease. It Is better for all par
ties concerned that the cause was tried.
Mr. Fullertou bus especial cause for con
gratulation that his reputation for honor
and Integrity has received so ample and
satisfactory a vindication, that uot even
the tongue of slander will veil. tiro here
after to charge him with complicity
with the fraud, of which he ha so long
pebr.l Meeting i
Viro, Illinois Mth'li VmU, I;u.
Special Meeting of tho Hoard of Alder
men, cullcu for tho purpose of organizing
tho Hoard and mich other business iii
might properly como beforo It.
Present Aldermen Hranklo, CarroJI,
Kleb, Lolir, I.oiiergan, McKee, Mendel,
Alderman Mendel was then placed Ip
nomination for permanent Chairman.
Tho Hoard proceeded to ballot with tho
following result, viz:
Alderman Meidel having received a
majority of all' tho votes cast, was de
clared duly elected Chairman of tho
Hoard of Aldermen for the ensuing yenr.
The bill of O. P. Lyon, under ordinances
02 and 03, having been allowed by the
Select Council was presented to this
Hoard for concurrence, and, on motion,
was concurred in by the following vote,
Ayes Hrankle, Carroll, Klob, Lolir,
Loticrgun, MoKoe, Mendal, Walder 8.
An ordinance adopted by the .Select
Council and upon Its second reading In
thts Hoard was, on motion, adopted by
the following vote, viz:
Ayes-Hrankle, Carroll, Kleb, Lolir,
l.ouurgan, McKee, Mendal, Walder S.
His Honor, the Mayor, called the atten
tion of the Hoard of Aldermen to the
ordinances now existing In relation to
Insurance agents licenses, wharfboats
license, pedler's license, and several
otherordlnaiues now In exlstance which
In his opinion, he stated, should bo re
vised and ii mended, and asked the
Hoard to tako some action In regnrd to
Whereupon Alderman McKee intro
duced and moved the adoption of the
following resolution, .which was, on. mo
Hosolvod, That the Ordinance Com
mittee, with the advice of tho City At
torney, be Instructed to frame an ordin
ances taxing insurance companies in this
city In accordance with the state lawn;
and alio to confer with His Honor the
Mayor, and draw up such other ordi
nances as li necessary to carry out the
Nuugctious made by lilm to the Hoard of
Alderman McKee moved that the
Cornmltto on Finance bo lustructe.l to
confer with 8. H. Taylor in relation to
the dlxpoiltlon mado of the muskets be
longing t' the city and seized by the U.
8. Government in lMli.
Carried and committee Instructed ac
John Hitow.v, City Clerk.
From Rich m onri, Ya.
niitli on miiiiI ij' .Mlil Corres
pondence SSctwueit cn. Cimliy
tiiul iittv. M'alltcr t apturc of
One of caliooii's I'ollcc.
HtcifMaNt), March 21. Tho attack
upon ..Mayor Klllson's p dioj last night
proved to be more formidable than wu
ai llrit supposed. The negroes a-uulted
them with bricks, at tho same time the
opened fire and wounded feveral. Uetec
tlveKnox a-uh struck with a nrick afier
he wits wounded, and lie suppose he
-hot and killed the negro who threw It.
From all sources of iutormalloii Hit posi
tivelr ascertained that three negroes
wcre'klllcd outright In tho encounter and
several wounded .
In the curly portion of the night the
nrgroos In the vicinity of Cahooti' Fort
wtoiud the Klllson (Millce when they
commenced to light the gas lamps of tho
ciiy, utid from thut time they were riotous
In their demonstrations till the collision
look place. A viU to the scone of the
encounter at midnight found all still, and
not a living soul could be seen, and the
lights had generally been extinguished
in the resiliences.
IATi:it Affairs are quiet to-d.iy. In
last night's skirmish there was only one
colored man Injured. Ho was shot In tin
shoulder. IClli-oii bus entire control of
I lie cay. C'ahoou has only half u dozen
men in the third station house, and there
appears to bo no further danger of a con
flict. The mob an u id tho third station
hmi-e has dixperscd.
In (Jen. Canby'nreply lofiov. Walkers
letter, he says ho concurs fully in the
Governor's statement of constitutional
and stale lawn In relation to the employ
ment of the military arm of the govern
ment agulnst domestic violence, but says
hl.s Instructions from tho 1'rol.Jcnt and
.Secretary of War relate to exceptional
cases. Ho proposes to submit the corres
pondence to the President and .Secretary
of War. He aijaln denies any Intention
of favoring either contestant for the
Mayoralty, and says ho ouly Interfered
to preserve thcnuullc peace.
Gov. Walker, in reply, says he is glad
that Gen- Can by concedes. Thero Is no
warrant or authority to be found in tho
constitution for Cauby's action on Friday
lust. As to the General's instructions,
t!iu Governor says they would not Justify
his action If construed In the light of law.
Such construction as the General gives
these Instructions would soon reduce the
Cnited States army to a mere police force,
superseding the State and municipal con
servators of peace throughout the cojiii
The Governor expresses his confident
belief that, but for military Interference,
tho disgraceful rebellion agalust the
lawfully constituted authorities of the
city would nut have lasted one hour.
Tho Governor feels sure, from his
knowledge of the statesmanlike abilities
of both tho President and Secretary of
War, that they will relievo Geuoiiul
Canby of tho duty of executing orders,
which under his constitution, cannot be
executed without a violation of the late
fundamental laws of the United States
This afternoon Hen. Scott, one of
Mayor Cuhoon's colored special police
force, was captured by Klllson's police.
It was In front of his housu that Hush,
tho special policeman, was killed lust
night, and as the policeman having
Scott In charge neaied tho City Hall,
where Hush's body was lying, an excited
crowd rushed on Scott and eonnnonced
firing, shooting him in the htiiid. The
police, after a short light, beat tho crowd
oirand succeeded In lodging Scott safely
In the City Hall.
A resolution was Introduced Into the
Legislature to-day censuring General
Canby for his course, and asking Chief
Justice Clmeo to preside at tho hearing
of Mayor ('alioou'.i motion for an Injuiic-
" ai 11 o'clock, to-night tho city was
,! i;u IUV' Hlmri'i ff Sto-Jk ill thn Cairo City
( i.., ;.... Rmnnanf. C. WIMSTOM.
, .MO.. .
TWO FARM IS
SPLENDID CHAXCK for IS VESTMENT
TWO HKIX IMPROVED FARMN
In north IUtUril,i'rnUitiloK about IWkim
fruine dwelling hort.eml Ml nfCfMrroul.lio
ononof tlieiiii nl a colUge JtlfJnr, t'
atiI one of the finut tobacco barnn In lh com. v
oalhrother. Theiefnn-I InlheOnest lolw;.
co growing rglon of Kentucky, blntf jitfl
fertils creek bottom, od well wttered.
Kverjr Aero or fh Land
In fiiiweptibln fo themnititKCriiful cu'tlTittiun.
The fnnsjin,nd will U-sold epartely or in
oim loir. .
Tor ii-rros nl farther prtlrulrt pnljr oa th
pri:tni'- or U Z. W UVliO,
illtn'lTitle, KentuclQf. or to
X K. W,AKK.
..Uirtu 3d, n;v-dwu
To Jumei Mllchf I, the lieim of Oeorgo Hutngurd,
nnd all olherx Itili-tentwl.
VdU rlirr-liy notifi I thai at a sale of Un'l slid
(own lots for tho state, county and nther lajri,
fur tho war la-J7, lied it the court house in the
ilv ,f cUiro, coimljr of Alexander and HUteof
lllinoli, on tli Atli and aiitli yof July, ten 1
teeaine tli jjrciaer of the following desijnlied
property, to-wlt. In the n.i.i of Jnwn Mltchrl,
the .V V of th K K of tu 13 in Town 1J, Ilsnt. !
Went, t acres, for tho iurn of l US, In the twine
of linorn llufnurd s lielrt, lot No. 'tl in lllock
No. ii in the city of Cairo, for tht mni ol t.'l 37,
and that tho nino of redemption will expire on
the 'Ath and Mth dtj of July, Um,0, and if not r
lrerriil at that tune 1 rhall apply for a deod act
iiosartaionof the alylre decr (jsI premitr'.
.V. llt'SSACICKIt. I'unh--r
Cairo, February '.'Ith, I8TU. iibii-lltiliw
Ilr tirtue ol AHcecul Execution lolme directed
by the Cierk of ihe circuit court of unlsu county,
in the Slate of Illinoi-, mfitornf Dryan ."hin
neiayand ajiimt H.ultli A. Vail, I Mill offer l
puMx; l the south -weatcrly door of th
i ourt hou-e, m the eiiy ,f (Uiro, uoonly of Alex
ander and Mute of Illinois, nt thn fourth duv of
April, A. I). Iftwren the hours of 9 o'ofnek
a.iu. and ut.ael of said day, (0wit: l.o. iiumler
ed thir y-e.jht in lliwk numbered Korty
seten (Hi in ihe Kirt Addition to the elly of
..lro, .ounty of Alexander and suteoi Illinois,
wild all imwoTemes.le tberein eltoatnl aa the
p oj.erly or lite ud hiiaaUth A. Vail, foramsti to
aiiefy ald execuiior..
LOUIS If. MYKIL-),
Hlierifl of Alexander County, Illinois.
March loth, U7". (t
.-tateof 11lncia,A!i'asderCuntT. as. Al"l&-
tltreoiintj Circuit Court,
la the tnal'er of Hratlua nticnm aaea by
J.'bn J. Fly, his next frieud, ti Thomai II- l
oinneaa aa liiiHtdi.vj for Kinarllls llucoin and
KmarilU lUacom. Lut illoi tuilltlon.
i'uUte Notk eis hereby sitm, tliM In xirauanie
of ade ntal order ei,ter, d in Ihe .iboae entitled
ru', iu ai I court, 'n the Kiitrentlt day of Ket
ruair A-1'- I'Tu, ( tne January leiin tleof, A.
li 1M, I, Johni. Ilarman, faalerlnChavery
for said i i-iirt. . tt -eeoud day nt April, .
If. l:c,st i tix k in the alternoon of and da,
aril t frilb auction trt Ihe h1-' i tmidrrfur
eaah, attria utliwe.t dir ( 'lie eourt house in
Ihe city i. f Cairo, in ! coiniy, the f.dloi5r
d'ri)er real ratale, itrit4 In th counlr ol
AtatatiSrr, anil Male of lliinuia,o.w(l:
The weal l.alf of tle borttiMsMt quarter of af
tion twenty M, in townsiup aixtren (Iti) mult.
ranje u-.t of the ib.ru pnnoipal mendua.
toartlier xilh nil snd -inituUr the tetitinenta and
fheicsliuinrnta llieiMinfi le-lotisln.
JOII. t. H.MlM..-,
Master iu Chancer)
C ro. I ! , March I'h, A. I UW.-lulStw
Is.ate,f I'hrm a, !-xander (nuntr. . In t.
r,r"i. t l'urt H Alexander couniy, Iliib.'.s.
! April Term, I T.
1 Rriijinio M Munn is ( Von JlHrnraeli, a.,.
ninp.a: Alaeeniussai, oKiei
,S..i. Mlietel') Ria to roa the ,ai, l. Von
llunntirll thai a writ uf AtanhMarat baa tsren aued
out id Ute m. e of tl.eCterlt of te Ateiaader r
i'uit CHari at lit su.t of tin Mid IWnjamin M.
VI unn andsia ilat taUtr ufyou ttt" inald (J. Vub
ll tmmell for tiiomuuf UeharKlrea dollar?, no
aides ii'li ret, i.reate 1 1" the Skailfof Mill v aun
ty toex.sM te. wIim d a i writ has leeai returned
M" as Ml -herirl eieinteil n I.et len (IU) in lll V:
Twenlyaeien it!) m Kirat Addition to th city of
(.airo, Alexander county, Illinois, aa the jropny
of Mid defendant. .Vow unltaa you.the aaid Von
II ummeii, defendant, aliall tera-mally U and ap
pear before the circuit court of sard county on the
Hrtt day of tho i.ext tcmi theref, to be hddn in
thn eltv of -rr, in said couniy.on tne first Msn.
day In tlio Month of April next, kit specKU lull
and plead In aald action, uldgnxut will Is) enter
ed ;nnl yuu m frnr of aahl tlalntirf and the
ropriy atUchcd enhl to aattf, th same with
; .afs JOHN Q. IIAItMAN, Clerk.
Cairo, III, february loth. ISTJ.
MsnnAl'ope, 1'laintdf'a AtUrneyi. febSTnlt
5tMe of Illinoia, Alexander County, s. AUian.
der County Circuit Court.
In the matter of
Henry V. IlennlnKhcIT and Jacob D'Cnliorf, ptl.
nets, an., dnloK bdflnesa under the firm name of
II. V, A J. HriiniKhoiT xa. Vtlri Klmerwian,
Calhanne Zimtriimn, anJ tUiiiutl UtaataTsyor
and rdwln I'araonn, Truttcea, etc, and Ja:ot
Kline. Un bill (o forrcloac mortie.
1'uU c ritlce la hreby siren, that I puraiiance
of ft decretal order entered m the aUne enlillid
ruuae, in aaid court, on tho Twenllelh day of Jan
uary. A ' WO, of the January term thereof A. I.
liJ", I, J'dmO. Ilannan, Ma-ter in Clianeerv ir
aaldruurl, all), til the eccon! day of Apr.l.A. I.
1 :, M J ii'olocli in irn alternoiai of said dar,
sell at public aucUuii to tno niKhes:t bid. If r, for
cah, at theaotith.we.t door of tno con it hnuie in
he oily of Cairo, in aaul county, tlm folloainj;
ilcacrmel real eaiate. aitualc in the I'irat Addllion
to Iheoily of Cairo, In tho county of Alexander
aud Stile of lllinnia, to. wit:
Iil nuinl-ercd Twenty-eight (Js) In llloek num.
lrl Korty-eiKht((J aa known and ileifnated on
tlie recordtsltiiapor plat thereof, toftln-r with all
and singular the teuementa and lieredilaBitnta
I Iheretlitlu belonging. .........
JUM. li ii.mi.iia.-n,
Maaier in Chancery.
Cairo, 111., Mar. h 5th, l7u-ltdAw3i
LLIOIT,' iiA iTIHORN& CO?,
Wholesale Dealers an.( Msntifacturrs,
BOOTS AND SJIO30S
10 COMMKKCAI, AVK.VUK,
on aald tn orders.
OTta IIIDRIX, auaTON.
, c. BATitrr, HICHMOMI, tan
WHITE LEAD, ZINC AND OILS,
WINDOW GLASS AND P'JTTY
tlriulivf, WhII lner ud Wludow
05 OHIO LEVER
QANDKE St MWIIRIS,
I!, tt. Canda.
Nolarleii Public aud Insurance Agents.
OFFICRSn. 71 Ohio Ltvte, City aVafional
Hank JluUdinq. uccaitr
I TpIHE AND MAIUKE INSUKANCK.
COM t'A list
NIAGARA, NEW YORK;
ASS KTH.... 130,210 S9
fl RUMANIA. NEW YORK:
HANOVER, NEW YORK;
I AMETrt -. B73O,70-4 13
AdsETil 7t,nas o
Comprlaloetho Unelerwrllera Agenry.
1 I". Ml I HI ill . IISW I 'J IV IV :
niaia.i a wa ,
ASSKr i.-,:;,io:t au
I), tJAN FRANCISCO
ASsKTS, friold...8UTS,0(l(l O.i
HECHRITY. NEW YORK; (Marine.)
AS.strrn. i,i3'.',siu oo
.Stores, dwellings, furniture, hulls and cargoes
inmred at rt'- k fnvoral.' at aound rn.ai.ent
eeurlty will warrant.
I reipectfiiily atkf the cltiiem of Cairo, a.ht-(
noretr C .V. HUOlIfW,
OSc at Firit National Hank.
n.vut.'Aixs FoTTlriiB people i
MIIaLi:K & MIIaliEK,
llMrvclo-d out thsir oi l -lock of Clotlilnj, bate
I.nrcc and .Splendid St(cU
Which embiaes etery kind of
Knaiilounble (Inillt ineii'a lVear,
Andiuchaaia .u.teJloali eita.
Thoy would as): e-pectl attention to ihefraupply n;
XZfxtps Axxcl Caps,
In wtll'h they prufeai If laj tl market Ai-t to
Which embrace all atylea of Cloths, Caa.m-r,
Twss-Ja, etc., from which they manufacture J
CI.OTIIINO TO OUIIKIt,
In the best manner, and strictly fvhlonaWe. lasir
Gcutlcmcn'H Furnlnlitn; ooil
Is tery remplrte, including many uoeina nerer
fere brought to thia market.
I TRV.SKS, OK F.VKRVHTVLE, VAU!?U. CAIIPKT
r)A( KH, ETC.
stock, cheaper tiianererbelore, they rely oa a dia-
iriniinatin; puoiw to rxieuu mem lue panonac' inry
lesrrt. UJt dalf 1
GROCERIES, LIQUORS & TORACCO.
I) SMYTH & CO.,
OHIO LEV RE, - CAIRO, ILLINOIS
.fly on hand a m,. complete
! I.IUUOUK, WIIISJICIKM,
i SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISHT. !
I'ort. Madeira, Hlierry anil Catah
to, aersT roa
J. RIRD & CO'S CE LRU 11 A TED H'ULElr
1 ISO ALE.
( We al exeluslTely for CABU.towhieh Intite th
attention of elnae eaah buyera.
var-nroiai aiieni.on pai'a to ciiinc oruera.
rUCKRIEOEL, NEWRKRRY A CO.,
PRACTICAL M.VHDLE W0KKKKS.
M o n u m e.nt'a 1 Do inors
md Importers of
Itallau Marble, Mcolrli Ornnllr, lUo.
Warwrooma and Werk.ahop cor, ai X -t. Ann airs.
O W KM 110 lt. ..- KKNTI'l'K V
i Monunieiita Vaulta. fiirelMnea, Manl'.ea I'nlmli.
(ni;, etc., eiiitfd witli aiiperi'T worknianslnp. at
1 west prices. Kngliai,i,irinn and Hebrew teller.
ng done in thn I e.t sty le . m ri1, and rr.inite fluri'
I by the beat eculptora cf K'lrnpft tm ted, and all
work Guaranteed, r ordcsiiina, ipply to
CAlll. I,. TilllMAS. Axent
Jiulldlf Cor. till street and Crmiiiercial ae.
i i 1
or a i.i, ki.m:s
T-iiquoi' Kegs of All Sizos
On hand, or made to order, at the Cairo Uarrel IV.
torT, foot ol Fourth mre!, Cairo, Mi. .
Trlnimlliu. un Hose or In X'urelmiise, '
ftoiits hi mil, Support homa labr.r. fcbiMmJs i
I X. 31 W O O 13,
Is prepared to rtllordeis promptly ,ind satiafaetorily
witli the beat oak and hii'kory ntcnood,
Leave mdcia at llulen'a old stand, or at Ihe posi
O OAS CO.N'St'MKRH.
Mr. 1". H. Murrar neat corner 01 Nlvhth
.iir.i u wiiiiii... .w, wmhw, auvii im, .nmr
. j i.i. r ,. it..n . i .i-i , . . ... i.
' Mn.rTtMN. I'artioadiaMtian.d with tha register.
I. - A I. - .l-. l a . . 1 I . t .
uit-teraara found Iruath amall oxpense of tho ((
will bcharxd to tlie party causing its II the meter
la taunu incorrect, no rnargn win re uiauo
W. UltKKaN, : "
ncaor to FallH, Oreen & Co.,)'
(jeuoral Comtuhslon .Merchant,
Cairo... ...M......M ...... .....m i i.i.iyon
I ri D. TV'ILLIA.MSO.N,
I'ltODCCE AMD COMMIShltlM
M E R O II A N T,
1 A'- 8 Ohio Levee, Cairo, III.
I Hpeclal attention jlrcn to coni!(?nmenla and HI! in
I oruers. alec21'6
' AM'L WILSON,
I UOAT STORES. (JltOCEUIES AND l'K0
ocl3tr nlro, Illlnola.
; nKTi.'ii rimr.
n.OUIi jIEKCHANT AND MII.I.KItS'
.o. ho Ohio l.cvpc. rulro, llllnol.
. Orders aolicited an J promptly and Mialactorlly
DVAHT. I'AltKKr.. JOHN B. FJIILIJt.
pARKER t l'UILLIS,
Commission and Forwarding1 Verchiit
And Dealers lu
llrtr, Corn, Onla, nran, hdiI all lilaaaU aWt
OHIO I.KVKK... - ...CAlKO, IU
apl dtf t
a. II. ATER3. C. J, ATtSaV
YEKS at CO.,
OttilM IS.SIOK Mi:ilCH ANT
So. 133 OliloI.evee, CAIHO, ILTj
W. STltATToM. 1. !.
gTRATTON & 131 It D,
(Slice ssaors tettratton, Hudian Clark),
(i'roccr anil t'oniiiiKsIon Morthauff,
Ainvrlrnn I'nMiler nml M AiinlavlMrei
Azftit ror Cmlmi Tnrus,
Sn 37 Ohio Lrtvc. ulr.. III.
r M. I'HILLIPrf & CO.,
("oie,aara o K 1!. Hendriokai Co.,1
. rOnrarulne; aUil LOIIllnlSSlon Mcrchautf
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Liberal Advances Made on Oomlgninentt.
i r prepared ta rce re, More or forward (rejxhu t.i
ill pomis i tuy or ae on etr,n:i6n rfuafi,.-.. at.
ea'ieu in vim i raini'iiiea...
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in bulk, aiwaya on hand. Corner Ulililh atrect '
Ohio 1 , ,e. L.irti Illinois, mrlid'.
JOHN W. TROVKR A CH.,
IIROKEHS AND EXCHANGE DEALERS
Eighth aire? I, aecond door frum Com. Atw.,
i Nortlicrn (.'e rniuiijf,
Alan, I'asaace Ticketa fror.i
Ltrerpooi, Lontlun, Havre, Antwtrt, Jlrinu
ami Hauxbnrff, to Seia Fork,
Or to any point vi.
eeTolttvlionr i''vleon any point in Curopa.
J OHN W. TROVER & CO.,
Rrnl Estate, Houtl ami Stork Ilroker.
Will attend fo the. payinvnl of State, County sod Cite
ties, and all business pertaining to a (JK.NKKAI.
KiniiTii Stkkct, teeoiidiioor from Com. An.,
ds il'idtf Cairo, 111.
liU O.UMKUCIAI, AVHNUK, '
In Kllloit i II) thorn a Float and Pa Htara,
aarCutnnc dona a abort notice. marMi.
STOVES, TINWARE, ETC.
II ALLEY'S GIIAUTEK OA K
Cuijirr, Tin iiml Sheet Iron
OT O 33 33 I 3NT Gr SHOj?
So. W.G 'ASUISOT0S AVESVK,
(Abovo ihi. Market IUuac.)
Fnotir.i!, Guttering, Spouting and sieMnU.t Work
iltinn in a a.at and auljMlanllai luaiiuae. at ahiirlnri
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