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OFPIOK: No. 13 Tenth Sti-GOt. Thornton's Building.
Accounts from Sun Domingo repio&cnt
tlio people us considerably excited over
the (jiicton of annexation to thli couu
try. Coiirddoniblo dlvcrtilty of opinion
f-ui'l to exUt on (lit! Milpjoct. I'rciddciil
I5:u. Witt preparing to It-siio ti prochima
tlon ordorluf; un election to decide the
question, mill uh an intimation of tho
urn I ..f element it Is proposed to intro
duce Into American polltkM wo uro told
tint! If Hue. doos mt inulto haslo ho may
httvu another revolution on liund !
Miss. Valley Transportation j
Its OIUouis ami VcnscIm
in the olllaenf thbt company, Kast Kt.
Louis, IllluoU, an flection wnn held Ih:-1
week, for director for 187". Th$ follow
tner gentlemen were beted: JS. O. Ktan
nrd and II C. lluar.illck, Of At. LouU;
Jatob Leitffcrt, of liellevHIf, Iliitioii;
H. nry Hlley, ofKast.Ht. IuiW, nnd W. ;
I. Hum-, of J'eru, Illlt.oU. Next week
t , tnunughitc oAVere will bt elected, i
'I .. lii-tltutlon, ooiiifctinii'i called tUe .
I if line, tnuwports freight In burges
! Uetn At , LirtlUi, Cairo xhd New
(irl mi-, arid huts exKitud "in
ttirec your (inly. , The company ,
ov.iis ona whsrftmt, thlrty-Ilve
barc nf grunt eapaotty, eoimtruuted ,
f r tiio tradu, nnd tho following towing
Menniors all htiTii wheeler.-: Molmwfc, I
John I'. Arnold matter; rihurh, James
(Sonde, mastur; Kellogg, .Imiif Dawson,
master; line. W. A. (ioll, innster; At
lantic, A. M. (Irani, mister.
un.r nr.cujiiLs or i nr. ui:.i.?
Till". U a quontlon tlmt It Juwt how ptiz
z'lniC the pooplu of lSutialo, who llnd
tlitU their grain trade in 1 fid I idl"
largely from 150$ and who lament the
fuel that while tlio grain rocelpt". of
Wi-lern port IncretiMr, thre of Hullulo
dliiiliil-h. The HuU'mIo 'Courier,' treat
ing of ilivo fotn, My: "It ajK?ar- that
of Un-I'lioniJoui total of Wi'itiTii Kram
ncf ipt", of which formt-rly the Kn-ui
bulk reotdied thl-cdty, tiir an- now
aruily three cixlith hhipped to liiillalo,
wliilu U-i than one fourth itvkn it way
f) thofoalxjurd ly the Jiriu canal" It
till ii i;'vt's (Igor' to hhow that a I u ret
urn 'iiut of lliu cntlu tlifttU uimec untcd
for Iiiih rcuclicd the caloiiril at points
other than New Vuik. It
has come hy lallway, and
we have often wild, when i;raln take.s the
wm, It reaches tldw-water at a duzm
points; when It travel hy water, it
ei iiuo neri.urlly to New York, and
Ni w Y'rk city mo u well make a note
of till and Hive ail the ild It can to the
line canal. At Montreal nlone th yruin
reiii'itfl tills veai ire over J2.no-i.iHio of
hu-hols, uKalnst !.N.Uan CUmmiini U-l
year, lloiton, liMldmorc and l'liiladel
phla will .show himllar returns.
Hut there is one foot about the move
ment of graiii which H not generally
understood. The I.lver.od price e n
tro.s the prion here, nnd yet the total
export of yralu from this cutin try u-haid-ly
worth mentioning hes de the total
tro. The estimated crop of corn and
wheat In the l'iitul Kintiw for Nn wa
i-o.ivHikhj luuheln. Other KiadiB wre
I i,'Hxi,oi more- Th total expoit for the
viarwas hut l.uoo.uiMihu-hels, lens thun
i; per cent, of the crop. Of thU ahno-t
lo.itt.tMO hu-heln were exported fp'in
tliir city. Of ko.oi) i,O00 hiisheN received
iH the live lake prtN only a little more
than otiollfth wentnhroad; the last was
fihlpped li.irtward and drojined aloiiK
tho route as food for the people. Tme
two c inclined the w holu thoiwwn! mill
iorin of uraln In bread, In whUkcy,, or In I
other provisions. The liastern .States
produce bread-tulli. to tnc value of only
vlKht or ten dollars for each of the popu
lation. The Wi'-t producoh from nlxty
to huvciity dollarn worth. And It is of
this abundance that our wants are f up
7'lled. .So, the iitieatlon Is answered.
.Mo.st of the raln kios into tin- ieople'n
mouths, anil a littleof It aorosis the reas.
-New York 'Commercial.
o -
I5i.SlllA.Mi: O.NTJti: liTDMaV W,!.,
(s. I.-. i'- Kill..;
v'apt. Khaw, of the teamor Stonew ill,
the iicritruotloii ol which vessel by lire,
late In Outohur last, with Its terrible con
comlantrt of Ios of Hie mo Mioekvd tlio
country, has Jut returned from l'lttitburK
whither ho went on bu.lnass connected
with the Insurance on the Ill-fated boat.
TUo Stonewall wan Injured for Su.ikio
each In the Eureka, lloattnan'r', Mer
ohants' mid Mununiuturerr., AllcKheuy,
MoiionHftluda and C'ltizeiih coinpanies
of l'ltlshurnh. ('apt. Slmw Informs us
that all these companies very promptly
adjusted their losfus in full, without lies
itntlou, and in u manner that convinced
him of their entire reliability Ho ipejiks
In the highest terms of the officers of all
these iii.stltutloiiH.
auoi .mi Tin: tvinti.il.
A company has lately been formed In
New York for the purpuso of HotlliiK "1
pleasure trlp.ianmud tho world. 1'aitles
may travel together, but there will also
bo 'hlnglo thtiiUKh tickets issiieih Tho
tickets will cost about !r7.")0 In gold, and
H Is sutcd that the llrit trip Is to ho
taade on or mjoii after the llmt of 1'ebru
ary. Tho whole truvol will probably bo
iumIo In the northoru liQiiilsphere, with
tho exception oftho pasaje of the line
In the Indian archlpulago, while the
,5rltlhh steamers usually pass through
the btralt between Java mid Sumatra,
though they might par,s through the
straits of Maliicc-it, and thereby not
touch tho equator tjurlnjjr the entire puss
ngearound the gloie. From New York
tho tourists will lake pihage to Knglami,
thence to Alexunkliia ;hi the regular
Ilkltl4i1l 11 ihoiicfi ikis tlnoiii'li the
HuezCunnl to vvdeli at tins mmthof tho
Jted Sea, from whbnco f.ngi.r,n r;ast-in
lltv hoatH will ttikd them to Canton o
I .Shanghai, In China, or to Nangasakl,
l in Japan. Thence they will have U
oroi.s tho Paolllo to Han Fruncl.sco nnd rc
' turn to Now York by rail. Tlio whole
trip can bu made In ninety dayn under
ordinary circunistaiiceH, provided that
tlio Pacific Alall Company run their
atoamoM uvery two iiiHtuad of every lour
St. Louis and Hor Soutlicrn
TUi: MOUILKIfcOHH) It. It. llI-OC'K.VDi:.
Miobilo Favorrfinit'oijU Kail
I i'oud CojnTJiuilc.'ibioii.
! Avitk Oaifo.
rM 'itni'i'iiMi'AS' Mi Runvrs as
i:aiuc(ai to iiickma.v.
(Kr-'iu ilic St. Iiii" k' pul' t mi. IT i
The dloupon between merclmnts and
r-iJlrottd iiKentfl, In relation to the laok of
fat'llltlt for a prompt trnnr-portatloii of
iirt'rchandlie from thin olty to Interior
.Soull.erii jMiliits, has developed counti-r-charxort
as to tho cause of delay ami
detentions of hlpimiil.s from connect
tiiK railroad, tioubly Hit- Jron Moini
trim and Mobile and Ohio fo idi, ea ti
conteiidinjf that the other In at lault in
rranglnif a throuith r-ehediile, and the
latter specially coinilluliig that the
delav in limit linr eonueolhriis at Colum
bus "with the river hank and ferry rcits
uiMin the municipality or cltlxens of that
city. Ordinarily thU would he a matter
of private rather than public dicin-ioii ;
but when tho Interest of a w hole mer
cantile community Miller from acts of
omhfelon, and when a large and increas
IfiKooinmerce, which should centre In our
city and add to the genoril prosperity, Is
Irclng diverted ti compel in jr. and more
distant market-, even against the de-ires
rf purcha!.-, U ic jiroper that all -tate-menu
barlng upon the matter t-hoiild
1m) fairly understood. We have t..loro
us a letter written by a prominent linn
In Columbus to Lion (.!. .Smith & Co., of
this city, from which we extract the fol
lowing' r-enteiicc as IlltiniruUve of the
pn-etit condition of freight transporta
tion at that p.jiul :
"The ' mi knoit both sids of Him river
me lit. .-.illy C .vend with jjo-jd-; plat
forms arc all covi ied, and the commodi
ties expo-ed to frtc.es,, and alternate
nun aiMl rain; while thousauiU of pur
Uhaseraud eoiiuiicrs down the rtmd
nrMgnntly Inooiiveiiieiiced Ju-t from the
fct that the M"'ile and Onlo Halliond
uiiuiiot or do uol furnish tranjK)rtntln
Ji gel the gooU uv.ay. It i strange
tat In the face of Mich doM ruction nnd
elay a are no w occurlng. and have
j intantly oneiiud Hit .Mobile and Ohio
Knllroad nhrtald object to your furnishing
earn to am over their road, or to the lie
f any other means by which Uil trniS)
c nlld I retalnel."
Tliero Is iro iieceslty to told a word to
the picture of destruction m graphically
drawn In tliu atove entenc. To eon
tintitfor mthsr not to take means to re
move such an ei!ibiro upon our trnle
with the Sou h will !.-eqlvahiit to sur
ri iidering it to ( '.m Iniiatl, Iiulsville
hml Chicago. ii. uiu- writer makis
the foil, wins m - iiitnt iwnlut;geitl'ni
ill lolatliiu tothv loii.iectluij of the rail
loadn at Columbus with the ferries and
inch other:
"MaJ.ir Fleming's (General I-relght
Agr-nt Mobile and Ohio Hallroadi clnim
us to ob?tiic!os thrown In the wuy of Mr.
dray Is all fudge. You will notice by
the contract that any two thousand feet
they mav select is acconlod to !hein for
railroad purposes-, and they (tun make
tiw.ir i...f.iioiiK ni niiv noliit. for two
in. .mil liiivvo liu. t'lver. leiiviiiL'. If
1 1 1 1 v.. . . , . ...... ........ . - - ...... - - , '
they deolre Uray and his Interests all out
in the cold. There is no railroad depot
to move, and the only thing in favor oi
i;rnv Is the thirteen acres of ground
ilntiuted by him. (Jray and tho road are
tit law about wharfage, hut nobody hero
chics wnlcii wiups, me irimi oi me niai
ter being, nshtated by Mr. Murdock, that
1 1... M..l,i n oliitnioit Ij slroiiL'lv In favor
of u continuation of the mud to Cairo, m
ns to make a cioejuuciiou wun me Illi
nois Central. Why cannot your mer
l.ni iiu k.i, tul il.ivvn si ktirmllitit lier.-on.
companled by a competent engineer, to
coaler wun our peojue, nun wee now etis
llv an inclined piano could bo built, to
uld In which, If tho washing of the bank
...... I . I ..i ! kiioin limn lm iirnventetl.
our city would u iubtler-s Issue bonds. If
the city lias iioisuiticioin power nigrum
:i charter In Its limits to your Iron Moun
tain road, Hie matter snouiu oe auemica
to at once, so a to get the necrnsary
nrlvlleces frmn the I.t?glMaturo now in
session. Now U the tlmo to strike,
riiere Is territory eiiougli on which to
erect "pianos ami noce-sary uuimingn,
, . ii-.lt I.. ....I .(!.. ... I l..,.l-l,,ll....
Illll II IIIU lH.llll IS iufci imioi'i,ni"ioi'
action afterwards becomes necessary, It
will load to another dolaj of two years "
'I'M.: t'ltiwnoiit oliices the inaltur fairlv
leforo ourpubllci not that it Is to the
Interest oi our mcrciianis aim oummcki
men to participate in and become pw
thansof either the Iron Mountain mad,
the Mobile and Ohio road, or the city of
Columbus, in that case either or both
tho roads might say unpleasant things
of St. Louis euterprl-c. It might even
hoHiild that St. Louis merchants had not
been as liberal as they should have been
lu aiding tho construction of railroads
throughout the South, which had a ten
dency to radiate from the city its from a
common centre. The Mobile and Ohio
road might complain that it hud received
no aid In giving to St. Louis a new out
let for Its commerce nnd Mr. Allen
might Justly complain that the bondn
of his road had not boon taken hero in
amounts proportionate- to the Intel est St.
Loul.i had lu the connection established
through hU enterprise. Thee ai mat
ters of the past to ho deplored, hut tho
disi'tiision of wlilch between tho lute
'lusted parties nan but lead to wider ills
Hciislonn. Thoy can, how-over, bo refer
red to with great propriety If the use
thereof can be mado to atlmulnto our '
merchants Into active co-operation to J
remedy presont grievances nnu
repair past negligence. Our com
merce demands prompt trniifdt of freight
from tlio west bank of tho Mississippi at
Helmont to the east bank at Columbus.
It demands a close mid Immediate con
nection of tho i;allrond tracks ut thoso
places, ho that cars laden here may bo
run through to points of destination
without breaking bulk. It demands the
providing of more rollinu Htock for these
connecting roads, lu ordor to Insure the
speedy and prompt transmission of
freights. St. Louis has tho advantage
of till cities north of the Ohio river, in
being connected witli the South through
a road using the Southern gauge. This
advantaguis completely lost through the
lack of Immediate connection at Colum
bia, uud the want of sufllclent rolling
stock. It may require half a million, or
i ven a million dollars to provide these
necessities. Against this outlay Is to be
placed the control or tho Interior trade
of the South in brcadstiiUs and provis
ions, and, to a certain extent, in dry
goods, groceries, boots and shoes, etc
It matters little how the lapse of com
munication i to bo supplied. If tho or
ganization of a fast freight lino, and the
building, of two or three hundred curs Is
not Mifllelent, more should bo done. If
the Mobile and Ohio road cannot repair
Its track, obtain locomotives and build
its inclined plane at Columbus, from lack
of moans, it should be generously ulded.
If that road will not do ll because It
claims n dllferetit connection at Cairo,
then the Iron Mountain road should be
aidod in maklngthe plane on the other
side, and connections should be estab
lished with roads nt Hickman and other
points. Above all, what Is to be done
should be done quickly, as the Columbus
correspondent i-uggi sts a delay ol a few
mouths may enlorce a delay of two
ywirj;, and we ask our merchants what
thfilr trade with the South will be worth
two years bunco If the present delays of
slttpmcuttt are to lie continued, while
Cincinnati and Chicago arc dally In-crea-iiig
their facilities for competition
111,1110 trade.
The blockade - mplaiued of has been
broken, ami freights are now going for
ward over the Mobile & Ohio railroad
without any considerable delay-
Tragical Affair.
rorntiT C'ltl'.cii of tt.Inlllc
.Shot Dial u in Colli ISIood.
. Sfoitlie N..!.t,ll Hi iin.i J.o. IOI, J
We are shoekid to hear of the killing
of Andrew llyuor Ilwing, formerly of
tills city, ntid the oldest ton of the late
Hon. Andrew Kwlug, of thin city. Ho
wan shot three- times yesterday, at
Gut .He, by Thomas Yatiey, and from
tlieaeouunt brought tom the deed seems
to Iibvp Ireeii a eold-biO'Mled murder.
Hut nfew day since we met the deciasi d
on the streeuof Nashville In life and
health. He win a native of Nashville
and a school-mate of thu writer. We can
sdyof him personally, that a more ami
hble nnd even t-inp-rid gentleman we
have never known. Tho announcement
of his death will shock this whole com
munity where lie was well known. He
wad ii grandson of the late Colonel
llynes of this vicinity. He was also a
brother-ln-luw of Mr. Henry Watorson,
(ill tor of the L itilsvllio C''iri.r-Jo"n(il.
We deeply deplore the tragic and un
timely death, and lender our heartfelt
sympathies to his frleudiiiud relatives.
A gentleman who came down from
Guthrie inform us that Mr. liwiug had
a farm near Guthrie, through which ran
a roa-l used by Yancey. The deceased
closed up the road and this caused the
luw--Milt. While the case was being
heard a few days ago, Yancey grossly In
sulted and abu-ed Mr. Kwlug In court,
undntriik!l; him in the face when the two
happened to meet in a store at Guthrie.
Yesterday they met on the railroad track
about half way between Guthrie and
ltlbb's. Yancey at once fired upon Mr.
Kwlug mid shot him In the breast. Tiio
wounded man turned to escape, when
Yancey placed his pistol close to his
head and ilrcd, with immedlato fatal
elfect. Yancey went oil' toward Aliens
vllle, saying that he Intended to give
hluuelf up.
, New
York to Ho
(Ji-unt Hissed uud I. ec Applauded
hy a fiotlauu Audience.
riMitrri. r.vinr.rvcr. or w.u.oyai.tv.
A Washington tologrnm bears us the
iHduranco that Senator Sumner has It lu
contemplation to Introduce a Joint reso- (
Intlon, Instructing the Joint committee j
orj Reconstruction to Inquire whether 1
tho governinentorthoStiiioof New York I
l republican in lorm, nnu wuoiuer any
legislation Is necessary to secure to the
loyal citizens of that State tho blessings
' of'u republican government, and to re
port hv bill or otherwise. It is believed
that the facts will show that the mem
burs of tho General Assembly from Now
York uounty uro not untitled to their
seats, as thev represent n disloyal popu
lation and cannot tako the oath pre.
surlbed in the reconstruction acts.
Among tint facts relied upon to establish
this conclusion Is tue prevailing charac
ter of tho performances; ut Full's Grand
Opera-House, where night after night
crowds ussemblo to cheer tho rebel lea
ders and to treat th chiefs, of the re
publican nation with dignified con
tempt. An eye witness writes that ho
"wont, tue otuer nigui io me union
Opera House with some Weston friend.
who vUhed to euturluiu themselves
wllli ton vere noor medleV of lierform-
unee that have lately been carried on ,
tlore by Lltiguru aim r.iui. wue oi me
, Hums of tlio varied programme of thu
uYculng was the appetirunco on the
stage of a number of characteristic figures
repicscntlng the notable men of tho day
such ns Flsk, Greeley, Grant. Lee, nnd
perhaps half n dozen others. The figures
walked to tho fore-ground from behind
a curtain, appearing In succession, one
nt n time. Most of them excited but
fecblo interest in the audience, nnd call
cd forth only n llttlo laughter. When
th" llguro ot Grant appeared, however,
c 1 In military costume nnd smoking u
v r, there were some signs of waking
ii i in the house, and about one-fourth of
tho nudience applauded and another
quarter hissed, while fully one half of the
whole body took no part with cither side
but maintained their ordlnury stillness.
Immediately after the counterfeit
presentment of General Grant had dis
appeared, the llguro of General Lee.
grave, statoly nnd white bearded, stood
In the foreground; and Instantly tho
houso rang with long continued ap
plause, that seemed to como from the
whole body of the spectators. There
were doubtless persons present who did
not Join in the acclamations; but cer
tainly one would rarely see or hear n
more viuorious demonstration In nny
theatre than was made on this occasion
upon tho nppenrnued of the Southern
rebel leader.
A Human Wonder.
Finding; ofu Xudo lloniftn, and
a Child Covered with Iluir,
on (lie Pucille C'oiinI.
'Vrom the Ionlon I.nrct.j
The existence of males covered with
downy hair Is by no means uncommon;
but the most extraordinary example or
this deformity we havo ever seen was
brought to our olllce a fen- days since by
two Spanish gentlemen. The subject Is
a dark complexloned, rather short Mexi
can Indian womau, of about twenty
two years of age, and who, from tho
singular nature of her deformity, and
the hlstory that attaches to her mother,
has received the name of Maria, tho out-rang-otitang.
It Is stated that the moth
er of this woman belonged to the Indian
tribe called thu Quiche, inhabiting the
province of Soconusco, on the Pacific
coast of Mexico, At tlio age of twenty
live she became n servant ton Spanish
family, and ten years afterwards disap
peared In thu mountains, where she re
mained for several years. A Spanish
merchant, so goes the tale, traveling In
that part of tho country, met an Indian
with a child, the Mibjeet of this notice,
then live years of age, and, marking her
peculiarity purcliuisd her. Iloth the
mother andchild were lu astute of nudity
Mtid the mother informed the gentleman
that it was thu offspring of un outrang
outline;. He took the child home nnd
reared It to the age of fifteen, when she
made her escape, and sought to gain her
living by exhibiting herself. Stio was
recaptured, and brought over to this
country by the Spaniard who first en
deavored to reclaim her. The girl, when
stripped, Is well proportioned, uud pres
ents precisely the appearance of having
on a pair of bathing trousers, ca'.ccnm,
made of the skin of some animal. The
hairy surface extends to about tho level
of thu umbilicus lu front, and the sixth
d irsul verterbra behind, covers thu but
tocks, is replaced In front by the ordl
nury hair of the pubes, and extends
about half way down both thighs. The
surface of thu skin of tho body general
ly Is smooth nnd soft but that of the
hairy surface is blackish, coarse and
furfurucuous, reminding the observer
somewhat of thu skin of the buck of
a pig; the hair la short, black, and slight
ly curled. Tho margins of the hulrysur
lace are sharply defined. Its sensibility
Is stated to bo as acute as that of thu oth
er parts of Its body. Tho patient, who
seemed to feel her condition acutely, has
nu ugreeablu expression of face, with full
dark eye, and tho ordinary Mexican
type of countenance. Thu supposition
that she owes her parontago on one sldo
to nu ouruug-outang, wo utterly deride;
and, although she bus been brought over
to this country far the purpose of exhibi
tion, we trust that so demoralizing n
i procedure will be prevented yet it may
be expedient to obtain a model or her
for the Pathological Museum of the Col
lego of Surgeons.
V M. N M XV Xj 1,
Wholf Io und Ritail iltalrr In
Of oil ilcrKTlptloni. " Silciiuiboiil I.niutirr iwed
to orilor ou oliort uutiao. AIo n Kt iier-l ui.iorlmrut
on hual lu )4nl,
NllTlCK Order lft null 0. T eii.hlnj. Ax'"t.
will to promptly rllls nlulit or ilny janlMf
Puis, 1'vi.a.i.i Co., hi.,)
January, 17, 197.
Td" )urlnorlil of hi. I.ffter, ltooil A Co., U Hi is
tin) 'linulivil liy minimi corui' ii of nil pnrtiito. Tliu
iiii-tlUnl Ijiiiiih' of I ho tlriil will l .tltlM ly
M'irn, Hoot A Co., Ilielr .ucco.ut. m Itio Lumiic..,
ulin ur Hiitliuriod lo ust lli nsmr of ft. l.rs'r,
lii.l, Co., in lliuklm hir-Ii rlllcrxi'iil.
K. It UUO,
J. .t. P. 'IKS KYl'K.
Mound Clly '.loiiir vyj 31 mid tend Mil to lido
Copper, Tin niul Sheet Iron
or O -33 33 I 1ST O ECOP
,Vu.' UiU H'ASlU.Wl'dX A.iyWUK,
(Almvo tlm trkl llotj.J'V,
r.eoiiiis. rtiitwrins, Spouting 'nd 'sienmbont Wnrl
lofif .ii '.i n.'iit mid ul.ilittittl mannsr, nl thortno
'PltOMAK, t'.Vlll. I.., H!i;n hd1 Ornaiiiviitut,
1 I'uliitur. Hineine nt Clly Natluiial llmik liulldlni;
fTiilliatr" IlilO.S.,-WiUoliinlierH nud Jjtl,
1 nvur I'urui-r Kitlilli uud Otiiu .vf . ' 1
No. 72 Ohio Lovee,
Cairo, 111. i
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A'o. 7C Ohio Letee, airo, 111.
Hp(c!ilRtlntlon gitrn to com Ifrnmrnla and fllllnK
ordern. Wcc2l'e
(SueorMom loSlratton, lluJnon Jt Clrk).
fJrocors and Cominlsslou Merchant, ( (
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JLtiirrlrnn I'omlrr I'o., nnd Mnnntetrera
Ak-iiIm for Colloii YKrim,
fin. 07 Ohio Lcvcc, Calr, Ilk !
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VISIONS, XIO Ohio Xioveo,
ocitl Cairo, Illlnol.
.o. NO Ohio Levrc. Cairo, Ulliiola.
OnUr- sollolud nnd promptly nnd mlul.ulotlly 1
fl.li-d. ocldtt
dyas t. l'AHKKU. John u. riin.i.ia.
lJAHKKH it PHIiyiilS,
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Atid ItcAlrr-. oi ' j
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So. 133 OhloLcrcc,
J M. FlilLLIPS & CO.,
(HutcfMiorj to K. U. Headrfeks X Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission Merchants
Cairo - - - X131xxo1bb.
lAUral Advances Made on Consignment.
Ire prrpnrrd to rkcrltr, Hore or forward lrtijr.hu to
ill point ; buy or tell un communion. Iiuilou at-endt-d
to with preinptna. aslOdastf
, (Hueconor to (lrn & Co,,)
Ueuoral CouiiuUhIou Mercliaut,
CAIRO ... I I.Mf.
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Utilr in Oun'orlr, I.lmo, I'ltfUr I'Arlt, Dadtri
Htlr, Cement.
in Imlk, nlvrnro on hand. Corner Kljjhlh .trroli
Ohio Lore, Cairn Illinois. inylWl.
70 OIUO LKVKB, , 79
Cairo. XUinolai.
Eighth unl, urcnad door from Coui, At.,
(Irent ltrllaiii,
Soul hern (JeniiAuy, ,
Nortliurn (ieruiauy,
tUo, I'wi'irn Tie kf U from
(iierjtoot, lntioti, Ilavrr, Antwerp, Hrtmtr,
and Hamburg, to XewYork,
Or to uy polutV!., ( ,
Cultvi.'llQu. mvlt w any P1l In Kiuopa, .
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