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JOHN II. OBERLY k CO., MtOPRIKTOHS.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY MAY 3, 1872.
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foreign and lloinesiWc.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Ho. C2 Ohio Levee,
HBkffiwon hnd constantly a full "lock
Xloiil Krtitiickv llemrbon, II) knd .Monomjk'
lie lit Whiskies, French Hraudivs, Holland i:n.
Rhine and Cklilornia Wines in'i"H.
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AcoDt for the iK .t brands of
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lssiorlel A1r or lllirrreut lllml".
75 Ohio Levee,
8. WALT EltS,
Friday, May 3, 1872,
Cincinnati, Mny 1. Tlio Exposition
luill has been cliib'irii tcly prepared ntid
tnttcfully decorated for thu occasion, nt
considerable expense, duo to the efforts of
Major A. T. Osborne, of tho citizens' com
mittee, with Colonel Geori;". Ward Nich
ols, imd Ilcllamy Storor, Jr., of the com
milieu of iirriiiigemeiits. Under nltem
lions ntid Addition dnnned by those gen
llcinen, the hull wn so greatly improved
tliHl not only vero no eurioui dlfllculics
encnuritercd'which had been apprehended
relHtivotodeleetivoiieouitlc cujmclty but
tho rpenlicrf could bo distinctly henrd in
every prt of tho bulldlni;. Tho clmir in
which John Adiitun t when hu tinned
TIIU IlKCI.AUATIO.VOK I.VlJtl'K.VIlKNCK
it let for tho intended prctidutit of tiio
convention. Ilv tho timo of tho meeting
thu body of thu'lmll wim tilled with tbde
note.", while the Riillerles weru rapidly fill
ing up with fpeclntor, tiniong whom wtrro
included a largo number of ladioj.
1J o'clock M-At lait tho
great gathering that is to
rhapo to n comidernble extent
tho futtiro deititilt of tho country, Inn ni
icmbkd. Thu event i memorable, and
the night deeply intcreitlng. Tho hum of
multitudlnom hoti and tho ttritirm of
music with which thu pait lull haa beon
lllled for tho lait hour has coaled, and
Col. Grofvenor announce, in tho sudden
hiifh, that tho convention will plea.ooome
cL. nitosvKyon'w Aimui.'.ti.
Unsaid, ai chairman of the liberal re
publican committee, appointed by tho
liberal republican state convention of
Missouri, by which this convention was
call), it i my pleasure, gentlemen, to call
ou to nrde-." This convention, originated
in a single tate, ha now embraced reprc
tentative, and worthy roprcscilttive, of
tin; republican party in every statu of tho
Nothing enn provo more ftl'ecttmlly tho
depth itiiiftho stri'ligth of the public senti
ment I" wlileh w havo apN-uled, than tho
fact that thu rail, originated so informally
anil originnti-d in h tntu by mi means tho
largest or the muil jmti'lit III political af
f.lrs. ha led to n culivrntion nctillowl-
ihIuiiI now bv all to bo not only thu Urgi t
in Kiint ol numbers over ussuniuivu, oui
tin- truest reprcont.itivo ol tho jiopular
Ol K AITKAI. to Tin: rouxTKY
it apr ar, then, was basM upon u correct
judgineiit of tho public feeling and the
public nel. Applauio
It was 4delliail a to embody that will
of the (woplo which after all does rule,
and shall rulu these United Klntes. Men
frum that stair, who tixik tho risk of call
ing such h coincnllun, are here to-day re
joicing in iu success, and conBdflit thatiu
thu delegation are ncmbled thu wisdom
and the will of tho peoph' of tho Unite'!
.States, which will make iU action n suc
cim in November next. Applause I
will not hero make the usual
AITKAI. loll HARMONY.
Men who havo iiurrendcrcd their share in
a victorious party became of their con
victions of duty, will not cotno here to
triiggle for personal preferences. Ap
plause. Thee preferences wo lay upon tlio
altar ol our common county, nnd nil else
snvo tho'a convictions of duty wo can sur
render, but thoJo wo do not propose to
throw n way in order to win tho battle.
In the Arm Udicf, gentlemen, that this
convention, called originally for consulta
tion. U' ill act so wisely that tho ntoplo of
tho United States will givo It triumph ;
in the firm belief that it will meet that de
mand which is felt nil over the country for
something moro than consultation, lor a
nominee who shall
KEPItK'KJfT THE PHOrLn.
I ask ye
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol tsery description,
LATH, SHINGLES, OK I) Alt l'OSTS,
DOORS, SASH, HLIXDS
Furnished oa Miortrit notice.
diunieroial-BV, hot. JOth and IUIi-hIh..
vou to co forward with nnd organ-
izn for that struggle ngainst tho oer
which has so long and injurionsly con
trolled party organizations nnd political
power. Umd applause. Gentlemen, by
direction of tho executivo committee I
havo the honor to nnuio as your
TKMior.Aiiv ciiAir.ii as,
Judge Stanley Matthews of Ohio. Ap
Tho motion was carried unanimously.
In tho address of Hon. Stanley Matthews,
ho said: It U no allectlon on my pari
when I sav to vou that it is impossible to
oxpresi- the deep sensibility with which I
have received tins unoxpccion ami uisiih
guiihed mark of your consideration. The
honor of temporarily discharging tho du
tics of tho chair In tho preliminary organ
ization of n body, which 1 believe and
trust is to bo mcniorablo in tho history of
party and politic! in this country, U alto
gether undeserved. Of course, gentlemen,
it would not bo becoming in mo now to
pretend to nsRtimo nt tho outset tlio rolo of
the prophet, for lam neither a prophet or
n sou of n prophet, and no man yet can
tell what may bo tho is.uo of your cele
brations, and yet tho timo has comu when
it is the voico of an exceedingly large and
influential portion of tho American peo-
(iluthnt llioyaro ueiermincu nicy win nuv
long bo dogi.
TO WKAU TIIK COLL.Ml
of n party. Applause. V o navo nssuiu-
lileil ourselves logunmr, kchuc-h...-..,
members of n party which mis nercioioro
i...,, .lo.ii.niiteil as tho ruiiubllcun P'trty.
. .1.. I ...unit tn Iiul'a
i ii, n nni iisnni iLni. i:ui b uiunii w ......
l..m. I lint tliimn with thousands of others,
whoso previous party ntliliations might
havo led them otherwise, and who united
ut thu timo of dungor to prusorvo tno in
......Ii.. s.t tlm union.
"1?.:. - ' I, f l.., .tr.K.i.lr.
1110 grrlll nciliuvuinuiim "i .ii' .ft,.-
has been embedded not only iu tho hearts
and habits of tho whole people, hut has
heroine nernotmilly a part of our Hindu-
i..i inn- i.itiilili.hltiL' forever tho sta
bility of thu union and thu Integrity of
nation nnu mu pruieijnu m
..r ..n ..tiirnnii huforo thu law. rAiipluuse,
Vf till ' . III. .
So fur. uHintlumen, as mo ru puouum
' .. I ...... ..r I !... I .....a
iiarty, undor me provmencu ; uuu, n
1 In iieeomnlishini: that work,
they nro entitled to and will rcceivo thu
congratulations of this gonorullon and thu
n ...iti,. i, ooinri i Aii-
approvai OI gUIIU(UHUll .w...-. t..r
''slneo3 this .uprising, if U'o rppuWIran
Iiarty has done so well III tlm past, why
not trust it for the future? Gentlemen,
I son in this assumblago, In this rebel im
agnlnst tho republican party, tho hlghost
eulogy thai can bo produced upon tho
principle of that party applause
became 11 bus bniikclmis integrity sutllelent
left to l'tln tho work of roformlng Itself
ny hsuii. tApplatisu. lnrties, gontio
men, in Ihl country cannot livo on thulr
reptitalloiu It win' reuiarkud, 1 bullevu
by Sir Walter lUlolgb, in retoreiicu to the
prldoof ancesary, that thoio who lioasted
most of their progenitors were like tho
nlnnt which he hnd discovered in Alnc
ica s The hnt part of it was under ground.
Laughter. Ills not beenmo the Repu
blican party has dono good things that
it deserves to live, but only m it shows a
prcoiit ability to
CONTINUE THE WORK OP HKPOIUt.
It is becntiso thoso who havo succeeded
iu obtaining control of its organization
nnd machinery for diverting it from Its
illegitimate objects nnd purposes, tl.nt wo
aro lioro to-day to call back thoso who
urn willing to'work with us j to restore
thoo principles to their original purity.
And now, "entlemeii, onu of tho deep and
earnest convictions which lias spread uni
versally uimoii inrotigii tnu nenrts ol tno
American people, out of which this move
ment originates, is this: That the war of
thu rebellion is ended nnd that
PKAOE UAH COME,
applause,! and as the war has euduu. so
ought military rules and military nrincl
pies; cries of good, good, nnd loud
cheers j so ouchl evorvthimr that Is arbi
trary; to ought everything that degrades
a nice or mi individual; so ought every
thing that oppresses, everything that cor
rupts, everything that keeps allvo and
fans the embers of tho dying, as it ought
THE PEAD PACT.
The cry camu up four years ago nnd it
was thought to bo an nusplcloui omen,
wlien it whs said :
" LKT L'.t HAVE PEACE."
Hut wo havo not had peace. Look nt
thu South to-day. "Wo have tho example
of so-culled civil governments bankrup
ting the communities they ell'ect to repre
sent; power usurped by strangers and not
conferred by the voico of tho people not
for tho purpoje pf restoring the prosperity
of these battle blasted fluids, but for
connuiTLY E.xRiciii.vo me.v
who deem that power and otllco belong to
thorn at u property and n6t us jt trut. So
it is, gentlemen in every department of
tho government. Thu slow poison of cor
ruption, only not tutHcii'Mly slow, seems
to liavo (Mjrvaded the wholo'civil aud po
litical administration of thu country from
thu head to tho foot. Applause. It is
liecause Itopublicans with pain, with re
luctance, with sorrow and regret, see,
know iir.il cxpericneu this condition of
public iitlttlrs that they have fult that they
ciiuld no longer ntlord thu rctpotisibility
rAI'.TXKliMIIP IN M'CH A WK0MI.
fA ritil.HU-c.1 Hot it Vint tlinir tint v t. .'linn. 1
anil lead the column out in orderto restore
all tho blessings of n good government,
sound government, just government and
honest noverninont. fAprlausc.l Hut.
gentlemen, I am detaining you much lon
ger tlian 1 intended ; you have u great
-orK neioro you a work- oi unexampled
difficulty. Let us not conceal it from our
selves. Vou nro called together contrary
to precedent us n mais convention; your
first duty Is therefore to iiinuiniruU and
organize your body so that it may spak
i !. :. e , . . i
h uh no: nuinurii 01 u jim uuu e'juui rep
resentation of nil opinions and of aI I
interests. That is the work to which you
are now summoned. It is my privilege,
it is uiy honor, to innuircratu vlurdeliber.
atlons in this preliminary organization.
I havo had no such experience iu miblic
life or in deliberations in deliberative as
semblies as will justify me unaidtd to suc
cessfully cenduct you through these pre-
iiimiiiiii stni... itjuuuii. iitu responsi
bility, is upon you. I have ureal faith.
gentlemen, in you on the outcome of this
assembly. I iinvn an abidliiL', unshaken
fulth in the immortality and triumph of
those principles which I know will Le tho
guldo of your organization. Applaue.
1 mn dooplv indebted to vou, gentlemen.
for tho honor you have conferred on mo
nnd lor the kindness nnd courtesy which
vou have extended to me. I will detain
vou no longer. You will now proceed to
complete the temporary organization of
vour bod v.
Amid cheers nnd shouts, Mr. Gro'vor-
nor said : liy request ot tlio execut vo
committee I proposu as temporary secre
taries ot tno convention, ueorgo wnrd
Nichols, of Ohio, G. W. Palmer, of Illi
noi, Joseph Pulitzer, of Missouri, ilv
further institution or tho executive com-
mitlee, 1 have the following resolution to
llesolved, That when tho convention ad
journs it adjourn U meet again to-morrow
t- in '..11. .!.. i.. .i
uiui iiiii lib iv "vivrn, uuu limb hi iuo
moantimo tho several bhtto delCL'ntions
ulect from among their numbers delegates
to double tho number of tho votes to be
cast by their respective States in the eloc
toral college, nnu tnnt wnen tins conven
tion moots again at 10 o'clock to-morrow
forencon, tho delegates so elected report
themselves for tho purposo of proceeding
to the transaction of tho business of tho
convention. Ileforo nu ndjournmeiit Is
made, I am requested by tho local coin,
mitteo to nunouueo that tho tickets for
delegates to.morrow will bo iued at No.
9 Mo.irt hall, nt 9 o'clock, upon presen
tation ot credentials l rum tlio several
The Chair. This completes nil that is
possible nt this meeting iu tho work of
A delegate then moved to adjourn.
As tho president was about to put tho
oue.tlon he was interrupted, nnd his voico
drowned by sudden nnd vocilerous
opportunity to address a few remarks to
you, and I may observe that I have some
thing to snv. Loud cries of " Now.
Now," and cheers. 1 I havo hnd so fre
quently to withstand tho voices of those
who wore against mo Hint you must tako
no exception If I to-day resist tho voices of
thoso who scorn In my favor. There Is
some practical business to bo uono and
there is very littlo for doing it, and you
mint boor with mo If In obedienco to my
own judgement, I conclude) by simply
seconding tho motion that wo do now ad
journ Loud cheers.
Atnui cries lor mssius .m. Clay, and
other noted speakers, tho chairman then
announced that the convention stood ad-
jotirncd till 10 o'clock Thursday morning.
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SOUTHEASTERN' 11. K.
On and after Monday, April 21th, 197-',
trains will run us lollow:
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Moii'Uys, Wt.iDnd.ijs mid Kridkjs, nnd Hie ft.45
ii. in. iirun irom rnnnnc(fioiii ou lUt-su.),
I'liiirsdnvs and nlurdkyn.
(;ulini'tt nt Aslitaud vtltli J-ksonril' dlll.lon
i f (.'InciKO knd Alton Kailroad, tor Jwk'oimlle,
rt'il.burir, .ikn .n, anil nil fiouils wsi.
At r-iirliiiihi Id, with CIiickku m il Alton, knd
Tii'vdii, Skliksli nail Wi.iiMii Itnllriiiid, lor
lllooimn;;toij,Cliidkii nn I nil innt nnrlli,ii irlli
west ttiil west.
At r.ni. w Hi (lie Indian i rnl hi. I.fiii.. knd
HIiiiTis Ontral railroad, lur all inntiln -a-i, .uuin
At IMiiMoilli wlln C'tiic.ikiodnlsl&ii Illir.ois (Vn-
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At Bikiivvtowo Willi ptmiiilxul- lor Ciueliitiktl
Pn-liivali, Uklru knd nt. Imik.
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Joiia Foor.ttT, fjcu'l KiVt "d Tickit A'l.
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CALI VOU hCUUK.
from nil parts of the hall, which wore con
tinued till that gentleman appeared In
front of tho platform, when sumo onu star
ted forward and asked for three rousing
cheers for Sohurz, which woro glvun with
tremendous enthusiasm, many of tho
delegates leaping from their teats, and
waving thoir hats In concert with tho out
pouring roar of voices that chorused n wnl
uoino to tho speaker. Such was thu anx
iety to hear him, that ho was forcod to de
cline In n few remarks of an almost per
emptory character. Mr. Schurz said :
My Fellow Citizens : Itis impossi
ble for me to uxpruss my grntitudn for tho
iiordial manner in wiiieii you liavo called
mo out nnd repelved me, but 1 fear I shall
havo to disappoint yon now. 4 Ills coitr
vnntion meant business applause, and
vou havo lust passed a resolution with re
gnrd to thu manner In which tho business
ol tins convention is to do prepared nnu
to bu conducted. Tho Ui of Mny s
lnughtorttnd cheers and wo should lose no
timo in taking such steps as will bo calcula
ted to remove that whicii is obnoxious to tlio
bonust kunso of tho American peoplo nnd
to put somtahinu. bptter in its place. An
iilnii.n.1 I said that I fouriid that I should
liavu to disppolnt you now, for hunostly I
,l,i not liitniid to muko ii sneeeh at this mn
rl I ..t... ..r IIO ,in'l In ill. I
IIIUIH. I noun uriu " ' n" i f I'
ll rocood ill Ui of tho convention, thoro will
now and then bn moments when llioni,
no nruetlcul business to bu transacted.
?hiil then perhaps avail myself of somu
FOH SALE,) for Sale rFOn SALE,
' I KcrSalts 1
v-Olt SALE.jForB;!iai'01s SALE.
Faro from Livehpool,
Furo from Lo.vdcnhkkuy
Faro from Glasgow,
Faru from uee.N!tow.v
CAIKO, ;::::::: $48'
iailord, Morris A Cik
Liverpool Noir-Yoik and Phlladilplili
oca costiiact ami ixitku ittm ssio uuitisii
For Carrying the Malls.
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THE LATEST ARRIVAL OF DRY GOODS
Grand Opening at Cunningham's
Mr. L. H. Cunningham has lately received (And Is daily nddint: to it) one or tho
Largest, UneU and most varied slock ol Dry GochU over brought tn tills, market.
Every floor of his Commodious Establishment is literally pnektil with o(mI. On tlio
lo'vor or llrt floor mny be fotiud "
Dress Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, Embroidery & Fancy Notions,
Of every description, nil of wh'ch will bo shown to callers bv tho most polito and
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11ISIIOP AND LINEN LAWNS,
PERCALES AND Cltil'E.s,
LINEN GOODS, CALICOES, & DOLLY YAttDEN 1MUXTS,
Of every variety. The slock of ladles
WHITE GOODS, SILKS AND SATINS,
Is full, complete nnd fashionable. Among the stock of FANCY GO()): nro
olognrit Thread nnd Gnipura Lace, Collars' nnd C'olI, Ribbons, LidieV Netkties
Dolly Vnrdf.ti Rows and Gloves.
JOSEPH'S FAR-FAMED KID CLOVES
will bo fold nt SI 00 per pnlr, warruntctl. Cunningham exhibits a full Hoc of
IE1 I 1ST IE! 3HL" O S I IB "Y"
Of every description. Fifty dozen pnir of tho Ralhrnggln Silk Embroidered, will
b retallcsi at from 75 cents to $1 Ufl pur pair. These ho nru imjmrted, nn; of Irish
manufacture, and arc now counted the best and handsomest iu the market. The ft. h I; cl
WHITE &c COLORED TJVSILE LIXElr,
SHEETINGS, TOWELING, ETC., ETC.,
Is undoubtedly liner than has ever been brought to this market, nml will bn found
to contain varieties suited to every taste nnd ovury pocket. Thoso beautiful OTTO
MAN SHAWLS AND SCARFS nro being :Hd nt astonishing low figures, nnd tho
stock of Muslins nnd Peco Good?, which includes lirnadcloth', CVsiineriM, iVe., is
largo and well selectod. Gentlemen enn he furnished with nil sorts of Underwear,
White Shirts, Jce., cf the very best make. Tho
Which occupies tho second floor, contains undoubtedly tho niotclcirant varletv
over exhibited in this citv. llruel, Tapestry, Throe nml Two-l'ly Matting, Oil
Cloth, Stair Carpets, Rug, &e. On thi lloor nUo, is a hnndsomc line of
EOOTS .A. ILT D SHOES,
Mndo in tho latest stylo and sold a "low tlgurest and n line assortment of
SPRING AND SUMMER HATS AND CAPS.
Mr. Cuningham, always studying the taste and neeirs of his patrons and the public
generally, invites them cordlnlfy to call and examine hi display ol Spring and Sum
mer Goods, sntisfled that nowhero else in tho city will they bu shown liner goods at
lower prices. 'l-'Jidtf
PARKER & HLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Inll', Ucnr.liio, ianolliir,
And the celebrated illtimlnatlni!
BUOSS' UUILDINll, COR. llTII-ST. A COM
WOOD! WOOD I! WOOD ! 1
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
A C'lienp, II uol Clieniicr
ban nay wood dealer In Cilrn. Leave orders
n tliu HlKtea at lli Postottic tin I nt Ross ccal
sard, ou Commercial avenue, hemeeu Tenth and
twelfth streets, Cairo, Illinois. 1 Kl cood
liieasiire nud wll cord llio wood IIP If ''sired,
aueiu-tl DE.NNId IIAI.LY.
llulclior mid enlrln nil lilutN Ire-li
CoUM U NlMTtlNTU AMI Pul l. ( fc'lUCI IS,
Iluys nnd si iuhtiri only the very lest cattle,
line's and sheep, nnd is prep.ired tn till any tie
inind for Iresh meats frum otm pnuml tn ten
thmisaud pClllids. ilec'Utt,
nil from Iho Depo
The Illinois c ii triil Kail Uond Coiiipiny now
ollerfnr aln the lolluwiiigilesvrilied lois in l ira
Aildlliontn the City of Cairo, vim
Lot OT block VO. 1)1 lit block W,
IS XO, " OT " 8J,
' f. " W, " SS " M,
i C i, 111 ' w
i a " t, " :u " w.
or terms, ute. apply to JAMErt JOH.NHON,
AND PtALIk IN
ElOIITH Strket, Uktween Wahiiinoton
AsUttlsslMir III 'If kshoiiae llasiiiy'a.
Keen Ilia l-est or Heel, Pork, Million, Veal,
I i, SHtisauw. ele., -ud " preiwred lu ssviu
illlilu. mTbin..t u'arputl in t nr.
ROOT AND SHOE MA1CEH,
nrlneva Washington avenuu and Poplar street
St. Louis Advertisements.
.Ur( OltMIlK ..- LYO.V, AciiIn.
REVOLVING ROAD SCRAPER.
Makes ono lUllur per day clenr prntit on each
seraper, er any other scraper now in tt-e, to
t Ins contractors usm lliei;i File tlioii:ind
now in ti-e ptove it nu rite.
DOTY, IVATON ACO.,
S.OTdlm loi S. Mam u, 5t. Louis , o.
For nn eutliely new nnd fn-'irntini; work cf unu
THE HOME OF GOD'S PEOPLE.
The raiii'ct nnd mol eoiiihr lok out, now
selling t.sler Ih'iii any oilier thje'o hooks emu
liliied. Nearly Slid Superb Engraving. Ono
Aernt tonk III orders in ten nn)s. lha U'st
ehsDco to make wotiey evi r otlered. A x"d
Ascnt wnnted in eery tonnshlp. Hrnd for our
circulars Willi terms iiniirp.i--ed, ileserlptlun,
endorsc"ent, cle. F. A. Ill'TCHl.NsiON A CO.,
Uii North hixlh stieet, I, Louis, .Ms,
l0Alsi) iHilili-hi r ul the New Illustrated Pol
yulot l'klnllv liilile. wnich littery surpasses a.l
other editions. IM inaiiilioi nt eiiianni;".
COLLINS & HOLLIDAY,
311 CAlllt ST., LOl'19.
Maiiufnctnrers of SiUllonaty and Portable
STEAM ENGINES AN!) HOILEHS,
MUl. Y AND CIRCULiP. ts.WV MILLS,
Haw nni (Irist'Mil Msihineiy. Rollins Mill
ami lllast Furnaeo Casilnus, Wrutight til s'liiix
nml House wink, IMtkei s nml jiinnsmn s wnirr
Wheel), lotiseo ami l.nril I'resi screws, jirn
Kettlss, Iron nn, I llrass Cnslmus ol every des
cription; also, ((inula Mills nml Mmllini; Fur
tiaeej nf most npprnved description.
Have purchased nil lite Wheel si it Pulley F
Icnis of llaty, MeCuno A Co. d-'-dlni
(Successor to 1. Bjup.)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
FIREWORKS, TOYS, NOTIONS, ETC.
OJ ou.merctiil Avriiue. lfiwcon
HUlh HilU pievt'ulllKlrcelK.
. I). WILLIAMSON,
PRODUCE & COMMISSION
Nu.70Ublu I.cvce, O.ilUll, H.U'",i'
aTHpeelal attention Klvrn loconsiKiiinents on
EWD. MEAD & CO.
C04 N. Fourth St.,
Keep nfune of first class
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEW
ELRY. SILVER and PLATED
WARE. This old established
iiouso Intends to maintain
their reputation of selling
Hood goods at low prices,
and aro now opening a
splendid new StHiftt Stock.
All orders by wall iMrowotlv
Watrheo and Jewelry carefully ra
palrcU by nrtt-rlkaa wotknitn, auit
all kinds of Jewelry anil Hllmwasa
made to ord-.r,