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A iliipalch from Mr. Henry Winter to
lolin Antrim, snnouncfii Hint llnrnco
Greeley i nomlnatod for President nnl
II. Oratx Brown for vlco prenldcnt.
Tbo nomination for president wai iimdc
on the tilth Ullot. On Hie fifth ballot
Adm w Mhead but on the tilth, state
after ttftle threw their votei for Greoley
and he wm nominated ntnld great enthu-tMin.
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AND COMMERCIAL AVKNUK8,
Kd the tM or Beet. Pork, Mutton, Veal
Lamb. Saunic, etc., ! ar prepared 10 nitre
vititeaa Id Ihe wont accrpiabie manaer.
Cincinnati, ()., Mav 2, 10 a. m. The
hall and gallery were well filled. A feel
ing of uneolncs it eipreiied by many in
anticipat'.on of an acrimonious di'cuiiion
The antl-Oreeley member of the New
York delegation will offer a proteit
againH the action of the majority in vot
ing to cait the vote of the entire "iUit lor
Greeley. An effort ii anticipated in the
convention to overrtilp that motl in and to
Miert the right of ouch delegate to preii
till Individual preference.
tiuian li. Anthony and Mrt. Laura De
Force Gordon have Juit entered and taken
feati on tlio platform amldit chcen and
4'ALLED TO ORDER.
The convention wai called to order at
10:20 by the temporary chairman. The
chair announced that thero were seal for
the delegates present from Wyoming,
Montana and Dakota territories. lie
also urged quiet and order as indispensa
ble tii hearing in so largn a hall. He re
quested everybody to keep seated, unleu
they rose to speak, and in the latter caso
to announce the namq and Hita of the
A MisMiuri delegate urjfed a committee
on ermanrit organization of one from
Fiti Henry Warren, of Iowa, moved to
amend by including the territories.
After a brief discussion the amendment
was carried, and the motion as amended
Mr. Cochrane, of New York, moved for
a committee of nine to draft rules and reg
ulations for the government of the con
vention, meantime the rules of the house
of representatives be adopted.
Mr. Tousey, of New urk, moved that
all propositions relating to principle and
platform be referred without debate to the
comniitU on resolutions when appointed.
Mr. Mr.Clure, of Pennsylvania, moved
that a committee of nno from each state
and territory conititute the committee on
Mr. Atkinson, of Massachusetts, moved
to amend by making it a committee of
two from well slate only. Mr,
Atkinson modified his amendment so as u
confine the committee to one from each
state thus indicated and the territories.
Mr. Grosvenor, of Missouri, urgod the
importance of immediate appointment of
the committee on credentials in advance
or the appointment of the committee un
Tbo chair concurred in this view, as it
was their tlrst duty to ennstitutu the con
vention by ascertaining its regularity.
It was necessary, he said, to know who its
Mr. MoClure withdrew his motion, at
tha request of Mr. Cochrane, who moved
that ft committor on credentials from each
smte and territory Lu appointed.
UOHJIITTKK OS CREDEMTIAL8.
Arkansas, W. P. Stone;
California. Wm. M. Ilockerby :
Indiana, F. B. Griffith;
Iowa, U. B. Wilson;
Kansas, Hyran Sherry ;
Kentucky, Win. S. Kankin ;
Florida, F. B. C. Diew;
Maine, D. T. Uighl ;
Maryland, M. F. Gasuell ;
Matfiicbusetts, C. G. Davis ;
Michigan, M. Mansfield;
Minnesota, ('. C. Sherwood ;
Georgia, S. C. Hcndon ;
North Carolina, Stephen A. Johnson;
Ohio. E. A. Parrott;
New York, Alfred Wilkinson ;
New Jersey, Jacob W. Starr ;
Louisiana, Gcorgo H. Brnngb ;
Nebraska, John McCarty;
New Hampshire, Ed. I). Baker :
Alabama, Lauis M. Douglas ;
Arkansas, O. S. Dillon,
Oregon, J. W. Johnson ;
Wisconsin, W. W, Treadnay j
Texas, Thos. II, Strihbling ;
West Virginia, Abel Zegar ;
Virginia, y.. H. Aamllton ;
Tennessee, P. H. Bird ;
Nevada, ft9.G, Lyon;
South CfcfuKoH, W. K. Greenlluld ;
District of Columbia It. G. Fleming;
Illinois, D. T. Phillips;
Missouri, James Burns;
Vermont, Goo. W. Bullon ;
Pennesvlvtinia, Thos. J. Worrell :
Dakota G. N. Proppat ;
Colorado, W. H. Greenwood ;
Utah, B. F. Hold.
Tito delegation from Pennsyvania
moved the appointment of ii committee
of. one from each state and territory to
whom shall bo referred all resolutions, ana
which shall report resolutions for the ac
tion of this body. A dolegate moved to
amend by making It two rroni eacn state.
Not seconded. The original motion was
put and carried.
Judao Selden of New York: I hold in
iny hand a protest from some of my friends
of New York against tlio action of the
majority ol the delegates oi aew loricoy
which sumo delegates wero improperly ex
cluded, and whch I ask to have referred
to the cominittob on credentials. Permis
sion e ranted.
The Chairman: Thero arc three com
mttteea that aro now to be filled by one
delegate to bo appointed from each state
ana territory: committee on oruer an"
business, committee on Dermancnt o renal
zatlon and commlleo on resolutions and
A Delecate ; HnrV
suggest the committee on credentials be
rniwsiuu to prepare the report for act on
of the committee.
Col. Nichols called tho roll of statu and
ternvonca op which iim names of com
n itad.inHi wnrM mflinmua
COMMITTEE ON I'LATFORM.
Alabama, D. F. I'.icc;
Arkansas, E. Bancroft;
California, W. II. Russell;
Connecticut. D. A. Wells;
Delaware, None ;
Florida, J. B. Drew ;
Georgia, J. Johnson;
Illinois, H. Whito ;
Iowa, J. Grlnncll;
Kansas, E. G. Ross;
Kontunky, J. M. Brown ;
Maine, J.S. Lyford;
Mass., F. W. Bird. ;
Michigan, Thomson :
Minnesota, T. Holscher;
Mississippi, W. L. Nesbitt ;
Missouri, W. Grosvenor;
Nebraska, W. Roberts ;
Nevada, G. G. Lvon;
N.li'inpshire, E. D. Baker;
New Jersey, J. M. Scoville ;
N. Carolina, Louis Hainr,
Ohio, G. Hoadley;
Oregon, J. W. Johnson ;
Fenn, W. M. Bal;
It. Island, Ed. Harris;
S. C.,8. A. Pearca;
Tenn., O. Thruston;
Texifs, A. J. Hamilton;
Vermont, 0. C'emons ;
Virginia, W. W. AVood ;
W. Virginia, W. P. Hubbard ;
Wisconsin, O. Woodward;
Diit. Co)., J. Dufrces;
Colorada, H. E. Brown ;
Dacotah, G. A. Proper;
Montana, F. C. Evart;
Utah, G. W. Ga'.vln;
COMMITTEE ON OROANIZATION.
Arkansas, P.J. Kaufman ;
California, K. R. Nickerson;
Connecticut, J. J. Jacques ;
Florida, H. H. Hoey;
Georgia, J. R. Parrott ;
Illicois, L. Waldon ;
Indiana, M. U. Weiss;
Iowa, D. Rover;
Kansas. J. Waleruff ;
Kentucky, P. Campbell ;
Louisiana, II. H. Harris ;
Maryland, Uenlogba'sn ;
Michigan, Otto Sharp;
Mississippi, Montgomery ;
Missouri, J. N. Burns ;
Nebraska, Dr. Keuner ;
Nevada, G. G. Lyon ;
N. H'mpsbirc. W. H. Gove;
New Jersey, E. A, Stras'g;
New York, E. R. Reynolds;
N. Carolina, N. L. Mason;
Ohio, R. P. Spalding ;
Oregon, J. "W ' Johnson ;
Penn, D. Barclay ;
R. Island, J. II. Uheaman ;
.S. C R. B. Carpenter ;
Tenn., J. Ochat ;
Texas, J. Berinds ;
Vermont, J. Landon ;
Virginia, W. C. Newberry;
W. Virginia. J, S. Kane,
Wisconsin, K. II. Johnson;
Ditt. Col., O. M. Alexan Jr,
Colorado, S. K. Brown ;
Dacotah, G. A. Proper ;
Montana, F. C. Evarts;
Utah, W. H. Evans ;
COMMITTER UN RULES.
Alabama, W. F. Halcbett;
Arkansas, P.J. Anderson,
California, II. Smith;
Connecticut, S. Pe;enden ;
Florida, A. W. Dacosta;
Illinois, J. Norton;
Indiatm, R. N. Hudson ;
Iowa, J. Butler;
Kansas, J. E. Markin ;
Louisiana, Wm. Vigus;
Maine, D. A. Ea'ton ;
Maryland, C. R. Doran;
Mass, J. S. Farley ;
Michigan, W. Maynard;
Minnesota, Wm. Mayo;
Mississippi, A. Vose ;
Missouri, G. Anderson ;
Nebraska, The. Baumer.
Nevada, G.JG. Lyon ;
N.H'mpshire, E. D. Baker;
New Jersev, S. Condit;
New York.'Tbo. Tilton;
N.Carolina, H. J. Messenger;
Ohio, U. L. Burnell;
Orgeon, J. W. Johnson ;
Penn, J. Power;
R. Island, J. F. Smith ;
S. O, E. Wheeler;
Tenn., J. S. Fowler;
Vermont, J. P. Ladd ;
Virginia, C. Bankeraiii ;
W. Virginia, Frank Burr;
Wisconsin., C. I. Palmer;
Diit. Col., J. Daniels;
Colorado, 8. E. Brown ;
Dacotah, G. A. Proper;
Montana, F. C. Evarts ;
A delegato moved to amend the motion
to adjourn by substituiing 3 o'clock.
Dolegatd from Indiana: It was said
yesterday that this convention ''meant
ousinois." no wanieu to proceea witn
business and hoped thero would be no ad
iournment at present. The question of
adjournment being put, was voted down.
Mr. Cochrane, and other chairmen of
delegations, nsked permission for their
committee to retire, wincn was grantod.
A colored delegation from Kentucky,
after making several ineffectual attempts,
at last succeeded in catching the attention
of the chairman, and said as there is no
business before this house I move we hear
from Hon. ('stilus 31. Clay of Kentucky.
Loud cheers j
Mr. Clay: I am not going to make it
A delegation irom rennsyivania moveu
that when this convention take a recess it
be till 3 o'clock.
Delegate: I offer an amendment that
wn adjourn till 3 o'clock.
Delegate from Massachusetts : It must
be allowed thecoiumittoes to prepare their
reports, and, if wo desire to do our own
buslnes in a practical manner, we must
have time lor It. and t me for dinner, i
therefore trust tbo convention, when it
adjourns, it will bo till 3 u'clock.
A delegation from Ohio desired it to bo
understood that, if this motion bo put, It
doe not mean to adjourn.
Mr. Hickman of Pennsylvania: wo
have not coioo here to stay a month or a
week, no bavo como hero on Dullness,
and if all the deloeates to this convention
feel as I do, they mean business and tney
will accomplish It. Cries of loudor,
Tho chairman : The gontlemsn cannot
speak louder. Cries, "Wo can't bear."
Chairman: It Ii not important that you
should. fLoud lausbter and cheon.l
Mr. Hickman continued: 1 have been
at conventions or this kind before.
passed througi thno ordeals, and I wish
to say to you Ihntpromptncss is essential
to tho attainmcrt of great objects. I
come hero neithc with loves nor bates,
partialities nor pejudices. I am ready to
vote for any tna. who will be ablo to ac
complish the conmon objects we have in
view. I have ben able to sit in congress
for twenty-four burs upon a bowl of soup,
and I think wo an sit here till we can ac
complish our old. Let us have no ad
journment Tho motion to adjourn was hori
renewed and caried with loud cheer'.
Theconvenlitn reassembled at 3 o'clock,
f udgo Mathews 'n the chair. Tho largo
hall was densely crowded with people in
every portion, large numbers ef ladies
lending Interest to tho scene by their
presence In the galleries.
The report of the committee on perma
nent organisation was presented by Judge
Spaulding, of Ohio, the namo of Senator
Schurz as pcrmanont president being re
ceived with a storm of cheers and ap
plause. Tho report was unanimously
adopted as follows: Permanent president,
Hon. Csrl Scburz, of Missouri; vico-prcs-ider.ls:
Alabama, Thos. L. Murl, Arkan
sas., Q. Underwood ; California, W. M.
Rocker ly; Connecticut, Hon.DavU Clark;
Dolaware. none; Florida, none; Georgia,
R. L. Malt; Illinois. John Wcntworth ;
Indiana, Geo. W. Julian; Iowa, J. A.
Romberg ; Kansas, Hon. R. J. Crawford ;
Kentucky, Laban Mooro; Louisiana, J..
T. Delasiice; Maine, L. W. Perkins;
Maryland, Henry W. Henmao; Massa
chusetts, Gen. W. F. Bardolt; Michigan,
O. P. Clarke; Minnesota, Robt. Cordrick;
Mississippi, Col. H. Corke; Missouri,
Isaiah Forbes ; Nebraska, John McCor
mick ; Nevada, Geo. G. Lvon ; New
Hampshire, Wrn. H. Gove; New Jersey,
J. Miller McKinny; Now York, Thomat
Raino; North Carolina, H. H. Hetbar;
Ohio, 0. Follett; Oregon, J. W. Johnson;
Pennsylvania. M. B. Lowry; Rhode Is
land, K. Harris ; South Carolina, W. W.
Whealer; Tennessee, Gilbert Mayers'
Texas, Morgan Hamilton ; Vermont, Maj.
J. H. Saullsbury; Virginia, Geo. live.
West Virginia, Ward H. Lamon; Wis.
consln, W. Doc; District of Columbia,
Joseph Casey; Dakota territory, F. C.
Evarts, Principal Secretaries,": Gin. W.
E. McLane, ef Indiana; John II. David
son, of Minnesota; D.S.Wright, of Maine;
J. II. Rhodes, of Ohio.
Senator Schnrr. was conducted to the
platform, his appearance there being greet
ed with hurrahing, by hand-clapping and
tumultuous, long-continued cheering, nu
merous delegates rising from their seats
and waving their hat'. His reception was
in the highest degree complimentary, be
ing little lets than an ovation. He was
presented to the convention by Judjo
Mathows, and spoke at length.
RETORT ON CREDENTIALS.
Annexed was the report of tho committee
on credentials presented: Mr. President,
the committee on credentials respectfully
report the following persons wboio names
are hereto attached and contained in the
schedule numbering one to forty-one in
clusive, are entitled to seats in this con
vention, to wit : Maine, Massachusetts,
New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, New
Jersey, Connecticut, Maryland, Virginia,
Louisiana, Tennestee, Missouri, North
Carolina, Wisconsin, California, Nebraska,
Alabama, Texas, Oregon, Michigan, Del
aware, Illinois, Wen Virginia, Kansas,
Mlttisaippi, Ohio, Kentucky, Georgia,
Nebraska, South Carolina, Vermont,
Minnesota, Iowa, Colorado, Arkansas,
Florida, Utah, district of Columbia,
Dakota, Montana, and New York; and
in the case of tho contest in tho New York
delegation, fully and carefully considering
the subject matter of tho protest, we re.
port tbo following resolutions t
itcsoiveu mat in tuo opinion or this
committee tho contestants in tlio conven
tion from tbo stato of New York are not
entitled to scats in this convention, and in
relation to tho California delegation, we
report the following resolution:
Resolved that in the absence, of such
credentials as seemed sufficiently regular
cannot report the namo of Mrs. Laura Do
Force Gordon, as a delegate to the con
vention from California, but recommended
that she and other ladies present bo ten
dered the courtesy of the hall of tho con
vention. That further, Col. W. W. Rock
erley Is ontltled to cast tho entire vote for
California, and that other contestants are
not untitled to scats In this convention.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
Signed, Thomas J. Worrell, chairman ;
Byron Sherry, Robt. G. Flcrnming, secre
tarles. A motion was made to accept tho report
of the committee, with the exception of
the resolution relative to California.
Mr. Phillips of Illinois: I understand
that a convention hf n fow gentlemon in
a county in California met and appointed
a gentleman nsmed as member of this
convention, He had learned thbt other
gentlemen are not citizens of California.
Soma of them had not bocn citizens of
A Delegate: Mr. Pecsident, I rise to a
point of order. We aro not discussing
The Chairman : Wo aro diiciiinc tho
whole proposition. Cries of (Question I
Point of order Is over-
4. To facilitate tho business of the con
yntlon yeas ami nays shall not bo called
but a division of tho convention may bo
had by a call of the states.
Theodore Tilton, chairman ; A. L. Bur
Tho convention came together promptly
at 7:30 o'clock, tho attendance being even
gereator than in tho afternoon. Every
available inch of space was occupied, thero
being about two ihuutund ladles present.
Promptly at tho appointed hour Senator
Scliurx called tho convention to order,
saying that the committo on resolutions
would not be itblo to report the result of
their labors to-night, in conscquencouf the
largo number of pajers laid beforo them.
He suggested that thollmo be occupied by
making tho speeches accompanying nom
ination. Tho conmittee on resolutions requested
that the udjonrnment be until 11 o'clock
Mr. Cochran, or New York moved to
proceed with the presentation of candi- i
dates, each person making tho nomination I
do allowed ten minutes lor a speech. Tho
nomination whs put and decidid in the af
tirnatlvo by a clo.-e vote.
1'. R. Nickenon, of California, excluded
bythe report, made sjiiio remarks amid
miny interruptions nnd much impatience
or the partoi the convention. Heassert
el that he had been n resident of the state
Or Ti years, nnd ot the city of San Fran
cisco lor tho past 10 years, and Intended to
eside nowhere else. Ho claimed to be
lecretary of the rtnto central committee of
California, and to have been requested to
come here and tuko his scat in thu conven
tion. Ho considered that it was an out
rage that a gentleman who only represent
ed a littlo mining district in the interior
ot the state, bo allowed to carry tho whole
statu of Culifcrnia in hi pantaloons' ocket.
The chairman of thu committee on cre
dentials arose, after repeated calif, and
stated that thu question ot the admissibil
ity of certain California delegates, was dis
posed of In committee meeting. It wa
thoro shown that these who asked to bo
admitted were not residents of tho state,
and had not been for from one to ten year.
Tho committee found that Judgo Rocker,
ly nlono was eutitlod to admission, and
they so reported.
While the debate was proceeding, Mrs.
Gordon, Intent on pushing the woman's
rights movement into prominence, had
taken her position on tho floor In front of
the platform near the president's stand,
and very plucklly and persistently sought
to be recognized by the presiding officer,
sho addressing the chair in every little
momentary lull of dl-cuision, bat never
getting beyond Mr. President. Mr. Schurz
studiously paid no attention to her, care-
mny avowing when practicable, to look
in her direction. Thi continued until tho
report was adopted in full, when she se
cured momentary attention through the
courtesy of a dolegate who attracted the
firesldent's eye. anJ graciously waving nls
land towarpi Mrs. Gordon, said thero wa
a delegate fom California waiting to be
Mr. Schurz recognizing her, then said
he would state with great regrot that the
convention hud decided that the lady was
not a delegate. She, still persisting in her
attempt to speak, a storm of hisses arose
all over the hall intermingled with somo
exclatnutions to "get out."
After a debate upon the tariff question,
and somo other windy labor the conven
tion adjourned till lOo'clcck Friday morning.
BULLETIN BU1LDINQ WASHINGTON AV.
Mr. PhilliDS. continuing: Some of theso
gentlemen hove not resided in California
tor manv years. ow, gentlemen or the
conventional it fair, is it just, is it in con
formity to the high principles that
brought us here, and in tun namo ol which
we aro assembled, to attompi to manipu
late the delegation from the statu of Cali
fornia not justly entitled to scats. Con
tinued cries of " question, question."
REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON RULES.
When this episode came to a close the
commltteo on rules submitted their report
as follows, adopted unanimously : Tho
commltteo organized by electing Theodore
Anion, vi .1. i., i-umruiaii, anu ll, li,
Burnet of Ohio secretary. All but nine
of the statoj wero represented. The com
mlttoe liavo tho honor to report as follows:
1, That rules and regulatians governing
tho house of representatives of the United
States shall bo tho rules governing this
body, provided that no delegato shall bo
ontlllod to speak moro than once upon tho
same question, and shall be limited to Uvo
minutes, except tno movor tnereor. who,
Inclosing tin debate, shall bo cntitlud tn
flvo minutes more.
'I. Tho delegation from each state shall
cast the cntir vote of tbo state, and every
delegate shall represent such proportion of
the onliro vote as he shall be of the del
egation present, and his vote shall be
reported to the convention by tho chair
man of the delegation at cast by the dele
gates. 3, In voting for candidates for president
and vlco president of the United Spates,
tne majority oi an sue votes snail bo
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CHINESE GRASS CLOTHS,
HEAVER Itlt.VNI) l'l'RK MOHAIR,
BISHOP AND LINEN LAWNS,
PERCALES AND OIQl'ES,
LINEN GOODS, CALICOES, & DOLLY VARDEN PRINTS,
Of every variety. The stock of Indie
WHITE GOODS. SILKS AND .SATINS,
Is full, complete and fashionable. Among the stock of FANCY GOODS aro
elegant Thread nnd Guipure Lace', Collars" nnd Cull-, Ribbon, Ladiot' Neckties
Dolly Vardtn Bows and Gloves.
JOSEPH'S FAR-FAMED KID G LOVES
will be old at SI 00 per pair, tearranltJ. Cunningham o.xhilit n full lino of
Of every description. Fifty dozen pair or the Halbrnggln Silk Embroidered, will
bo retailed at from 75 cents to ?1 25 per pair. Then.' hou are imported, aro of Irish
manufacture, nnd aro now counted the beil and handsomest in the tii'irkct. The stock cf
WHITE & COLOEEE TABLE 1I1TE1T,
SFIKKTLVJS, TOU'KLIXI.', KTt".. KTt'.,
Is undoubtedly Ilnor than has ever been brought to this market, and will be found
to contain varieties suited to every taste nnd every pocket. Tlio-o beautiful OTTO
MAN SHAWLS AND SCARFS nro being Hd at ntonihiug low figures, and tho "
stock of Muslins and Piece Good, which Includes Broadcloth", Cassitneres, &c, Is
largo and well selected. Gentlemen can bo furni'hed with all MirU of Underwear,
Whito SliiiU, Arc, cf the very best make. Tliu
Which occupies the second floor, contains undoubtedly tho r.ioit elegant variety
ever exhibited in this city. Bruel, Tapestry, Three unit Two-Ply Mntting, Oil
Cloth, Stair Carpet, Rug, !cp. On this floor al-o, ii a handsome line of
BOOTS .A. rtT TD SHOES,
Made in tho latest stylo nnd sold alow tlgure; and a tine assortment of
S1MITNC AND SU.MMKK HATS AND CAPS.
Mr. Cuninghnm, always stttdyiiig the tasto and ueed of hi. patrons and the public
generally, invites thorn cordially to call and examine his displu'y of Spring and Sum
mer Goods, satisfied that nowhere oisu in thu city wilj they bu shown liner goods at
lower price. " d-USdlf
St. Louis Advertisements.
l'AKKKR k BLAKK,
MrlollHKU A LYO.V, Aa;eata.
WALL PAPER, PAINTS, HKVohVi.Vfi koad .schapkk.
Pnlly, Bessalitr, Gnaolltsr,
"WI1TID 0"W GLASS.
Aiil the etlel.rated illuminating
. Maken one .lilliir per day clear protlt on each
eeraper, oer nny other i-craper now in use, to
the contiuetor" iivdk tliein. Kite ttiou-ind
un in ue ptote in merit.
I HOTT, WATSON ACO
.127.1 1 ni VU H. .Main St., St. Loul .o.
' AGKNTS WANTKD
For an enlnely new and fa"in:illiiR nork of untl
iiro?k uoii.iilNfl, cor. Hth-st. a cou Ho.M K OF (JOD'S PKOPLK.
CAir.0, - -aiijjJOif
WOOD! WOOD ! I WOOD !1
The tindermxned will furnish
HARD AND DRY
The :ron.'et and nio-t 'o.uli.r lonk out, now
ellliiK tetter limn any oilier three hook com
Lined. Nearly 200 Superb Knit rami g. Ono
AK'nt took 111 orderi in ten nayr. The lt
clwnee to make money ever ottered. A good
' Ai(ent wanted in eery towaahlp. Hend for our
circular with tertnn iinur)Heii, description,
eiiiioti.e"ieiit, etc. F. A. Ill'TCHI.Ni-O.N A CO.,
: Ml .Ncrili H.-.lh alieet, t. Loum, Mo.
OWAI..I i. ul. II. her .il the .etr Illustrated Pol
vulut Kntnllv Ulhle. nhlrh utler'v llrule nil
ir-T u:nereditinn. Hi.ixniriceniengraTinij'.
A Cheap, II ssot Chenper
han any wood dealer lu Cairo. I.eare orders ;
n the late at the l'otottioe n l l Ho-.' cchI 1
sard, on Commercial avenue, lietweeu Tenlh and I
twelllli mreetK. Cairo. Illilml'. I lihe eoo
ineaure aud vol cord the wood up If ile.ired.
aimlll.lt HK.NMS IIAI.Ii.
Liverpool NewToik ahd I'liilade Iphla
, Steamship Company,
ta voatasuT va vnitsd tatsssrd samau
for Parjymx thu Mails.
oa rvarata laro!"1
APPLY TO JQI'if ft. flA-ft Aot,;
15 Broadway, 'W"fVe.rl!t " W
Wajhlnglon Afeaue, Cairo.. no(f, s.
ROOT AND SHOE MAKER,
netwren Washtngtoa avenuu and Poplar Htreel
COLLINS & HOLLIDAY,
313 CATtlt bT., 1.01'IS.
Miuiufnoturcri of f-tatnmatT ami l'ortuMe
sti:am inhn1's and ijoi lkhs,
Ml'I.VY AND CIUCL'I.AIt SAWMILLS,
Haw niU r.rlM'Mi'l Moclimeiv. Uollmi: Mill
and IIIaI I'lirnaco Cinln, Wrought SI nflliu;
and llnttre Wotk, I'.irkcr and Johmtnn n Water
Wheela, Tobre ami lrd l're Uerrw. Larl
lieltlr. Iron and Ura Cintlny" ot every de
ctiptioiil al-o, (JuarU Mill and inellfni; Fur
naeei of mot npproteit ile.crlptinn.
Ilae pmvlia.ed all tli Wheel at il Pulley Pat
tern of d.iiy, MeCitue A Co. a.tfdlm
V II I L. SAU 1,
(Succeaaor to I. Sattp.)
WIIOLKSALE AND RETAIL
FIREWORKS, TOYS, NOTIONS, ETC.
I0J ommerclHl Avcmi. Iw"
Nlxth and MevoitlU NSrceli,
' G. D. WILLIAMSON,
PRODDCE & COMMISSION
.Vo. 144ilo Let re, CAIRO, ILLINOIS),
ernpeeUI altenlloa gUen to couKoin' ou
EWD. MEAD & CO.
CQ'l N. Fovirtli St.,
Keep n full lino of first class
WATCHES, CLOCKS. JEW
ELRY, SILVER and PLATED
ware. This old established
house intends to maintain
Ithoii. a-anirtntfnn of tnlllnn
tiiwia a w - aj
good goods at low prices,
and are now penton a
splendid new Strkw Stock.
All orders hy waH prowtttv
Walche aud Jewelry carefully ra
palrt.il by nrat-claaa workmen, aa1
all kinds of Jewelry and Hilierwar
made tu ord'.r,