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JOHN If. OBERLY & CO., PROPRIETORS.
Our Homo Advertisers.
REPORT OF THK CONDITION
111 Tilt
CITY NATIONAL HANK
OF CAIEO.
At Cairo, In the Ftntnof llllnol, ni the eloo of
biiilne... April Iblli, un.;
Ri:oi;iicr.
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tUerdrntta 3,;ji U)
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dilution Ikiki l.i
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Other Ctocki, liuDilK nml
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line from liii--inltiK and
liMftvOKontK 171 ,1.'2 H
Hue from other NaIIoiibI
Hank 'Ji.'m; M
Iiu- Irom oilier lUnk. and
Hunker 'i'.iryi to
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nner koi folate
Current r.ipen.e
TIM Paid..... -
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Illll.ol National Itnnk
tradionM Currency nnd
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fTATB OK ILLINOIS, I
ULXtMiER COCM1, j
I, .ll. .Sflflonl, Ca.tner of the Cllv National
Hank nl Cairo, ln i.li-iniil) KMr-r that "the ie
iumnt m true to tlx- lxt l n.y MioHlitdge
nml 1 lit'I.
A. II. fAKKORD Cn.hier.
Sni, nlii imil ortit'i before, nm itusJ day
.f May,
V. H.MOKItl',
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TIIIUTV-SEVKNTH liKl'OUT
o ilm totiUlltuu of the
FIltST NATIONAL JiAXK
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C-A-IIiO, ILLS.,
Ai In toi of )-llln-, April 14ffi.lt ,
UK BULLETIN.
TREASON.
DAN TOOHEKS (JOES OVEIl
(IllANT.
OFFICE, STJIiXiETiaST BTJXIilDIlTa-, COR. 12TH STEBEI "WA.3H:i3STa-T03Sr AV-E31TTrE
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1872. .
St. Louis Advcrtisemontrf.
TO
IN DION ANT VIHTL'K SPEAKING
FOU HIKE.
KOOI. Oil I'.ASCAL, WHICH
Our Ilome Advertisers.
Mi. Vtnx, III., Aj rll 11, l7i.
A'rior C.irtf ilutttftn ;
lictit hi I'lco-r to unnonnff tnf m n r-nmli-ilMc
fur Clark of llio Hnjirf inf Court, 8oullirn
Ornl )ItII in nl llllnolc . The new rnrmtitiltlan
proulm tht tlm (,lcrk n( lli tiiiirctn Court
dliMI lirfnflr m rlwlnl nt thn NoTirnlr flee
tlnti. lnl"iil of th Juno plcctlwn t'erf lorf.
Tho uicf or of tliy iiri-ent incumlientAro
to lin loctfi thl. ooininu full, littl will not qualify
until tli' pr-int tinn rxplr" In ln?3.
l!riipe''tfiill)',
II. A. H. WILUASKS.
noourt.
ItKhOUKCK-.
l,oau mij IiiM-o(iut"... i
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Funiliurr anJ I'nturt.
Current Kxprn
Cali ICrn.. llirUiin I'.hi.
huA humpi .
Tir t'aid -
mall ontiuutl in coin f 1,71- 37
th Ri.cy ......... to ty.
M.VB'LITIK-'
Capital Btntk
Hnhaci;e,.....
Intrrrat -
I'rclll and Loat
Circul Hon OuttaolirK..
Tiun lo .Nation. 1 Hank.
IntlmdtuI llrpoplia
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Hank ot Cniro, do aol'iiinly i ar tl.at th Ht.Tr
rUURirnt la dru to llic ln-.t nl my ln-lltf.
t. N. lli;IU, fanlnrr.
Pnljacritw "I and utorn to tiorn mo thia i ilay
of May. lo"-'.
C1IAH. crNNlNOHAM,
Notary l'ulilic.
Correct attfit. I
li. Hi t,
Kor. W. Millis, Director.
It. Miubi. J
AM riTTKKS.
JI.T. GKUOUJil);
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
a mat
JAN riXTVUKM.
Out Fitter' ajki l'lumUr1'" malcrinl, Woo
pumpa, jlobe nt nniti tmvi., nop
WADItl.S'OTO-f. JlAVlH TIlO Jiollllcn'
rcnintlun of ttio day tuts been the tli'tnoii"
atriitioii inndu in tlm lioti'o of rojiresimta
tlvfc tLli iiltorritxiii by .Mr. Voorliuci of
Indinnn nnlml llnj en(lorutiii'rit (if tbo
Cincinnuti notnltiutlorm by the Itallimure
convention. While .Mr. VnorfioM ux-iruily-tiUolalmtd
apcnkltig fur nny one
but lilniiolf, hu tievertlioli.'ai hibJc, nndur
tlm cover of n ioroiinl t- plnrinliuri, it m
vcro nrr.'th;nmcnl of .Mr. (Jreeleys olit
Ictl record, cpeclolly tltnt of the lust ten
yonrs, to hhuw llutt tlicro wn nut oiiu
glo ffttltirf uve tbnt of fnvoritii;
Hinneaty, wbii'li win in comkhihiici) wltii
tlto polity nitiintaiiied by tbo democratic
party. 1 1 u allndoJ to hU protective tr
Iff vih; to Jit. (Sreeley a record of tbo
ciinllacittitin ncl; thofeUorul uection lnit;
tli o reconitructlnn uctn tlio kii-kltu Inua,
al.d the fact of the complete indoricinenl
which tin' Cincinnati candidate liml inndu
of -ery uspoct of tlie policy wLich the
radical party bad iitilorcud toward tbo
'outb. Whilu (irant lnul ciectttcii n bad
law in obedience to lit oath, (iroeley had
first ttron'iMMl and tirired iti lut'tacc. Hu
charged him with bcin retjionsiblo fur
seecinion by advitin the aotith in 1&C0 to
depart in pence, and then turning miaul in
and rlemandiii a vigorous protucutlon
of tliu war. lllf tlnglo act iu bulling .loll"
lJavi win too nurrotr a plank for it parly
to jtnnd on. l'roccodint; in thij (-train,
Jlr. Voorhev raid there oinutb!rig
higher than succesj in a party, and hu
protested uLnint thu tran-fer of tltrcv
millions of "Democratic vole to :i camp
whuro thero wa nothing thut belongod to
it. He alluded to (irant'it refusal lo ar
rest l.ee and .lobnior. and others because
they worn paroled Cunlcderate soldiers,
and brought down tbo Kcpublicnn Mdo in
a round of npplaitto over the rcntlmcnt
that Grant bad been more liberal to tbo
South than Un-cley. Jlr Voorhec de
lierod hit speech with a great deal of
iinnattioned viiror. Thu cntiru Kcrmbli
can tide ilouktxl over lo the Democratic
aiales and evinced tbo deepest interest in
every word that wa tittered. Tbo gal
lerie weru equally intereited. Some of
the Democratic member bccnuio greatly
excited ovi-r tbo ipocch, and sought by
point of order and interjection to end it.
.Mr. Spcer, of rennaylvania, called Jlr.
VoothetV attention to thu fact that only
l'.epublicaru applauded him, but thu I n I -U
rctorud that Jlr. Seer had voted nil
la't week with the republicans on tho tn-rilf.
Alr.ShurwocKl, of I'cntuylvani.t, told Jlr,
Vixirhce that tbo fpcech had been madu
in thu internal of Orant, and that thu In
(IIhiiii member had better go to tbo Whlto
llouc and get hi ruward.
Another member tboute, "Sold to
Grant. '
Koo'utcU, of Now Vorl:, ialdthathohad
hi'flrd two days ago that thU-ilcmonitrfi-tion
for Grant wai to be inadeT
Voorhees excitedly retorted that it was
afiiHehood; that ho'waa not a partv to
any arrangement of the kind. Jlr. voor
bcci wa implored to Unto whether he
would support Greoley if tho latter was
nominated at liallimore, to which he an-
awored that hg had not been in thu habit ,
o! bolting l(;tpocratie nomlnuUoiiH.
When ha concluded, rpiito n number of
Democratic members congratnlatod him
while others (Inclined to do so, but tho ex
citement over tbo linll was very great and
continued for aomo time. Nothing olto
was talked about. The -peoch wa made,
it was mid, to influence the South to send
anti-Greeloy delegate, to llaltimorp. -Mr.
Voorbeoa, in conversation, subsequently
stated that a long ns certain Democrats
wero working privately for Greeley, ho
had the right to oxpre'J openly his views
against him. Several of tho democratic
members not desiring to precipiutu a gen
oral debate, very brictly took tho polt!on
of awaiting tho uciiou and abiding by
thn decision of thn llaltininro convention.
Soma of tho pnrty leadors say that tho
two-thirds rulo if enforced by tho national
democratic convention will dofeat Jlr.
Greelov.
UURNETT&CO,
moil rat A!it pnicB TAii) ror. iimm
runt, r.TC.
JIeu. ISnrnctl & Co.rhornton's block,
Tenth street, nre jircpnred to pay tho high
est caih price for article in their line, a
follow a :
yen-'.
PrlmoMink $1.75 to 'J.2S
... i'0a to 00c
10 to 1.1
40 to 60
lOtol'i
... S.UOtoA.00
u.OO to 7.00
" ltaccoon
11 JItisk Hat
" Wild Cat..
" OiKrtium..'
" Otter
" Heaver Sklua
1I1HK!.
(trcen Salt, - 91 to 10c
Green Salt, kip nd calf. 12 to He
Deer .Skins '-'5 to 30c
For other article., nch a rag, feath
er1, lie wa, wool and lallow, wo will d-vy
tlir hiirhnit market prices.
l!epecifully, etc.
liVKKKITiSc Co.,
Thornton's block, Tenth ctreet., Cairo, 111.
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THK FinrntAUK.
II. I.KW .t. 10. PAV TUK llXOIf lT MAIIKUT
1'lilCKS.
ISelow will bo found the corrected lit
of price paid by II. Levy vV Co., for
hides, fun, feathers, wool, tellow, bec
wax, and nil kind- (if country produce.
Levy & Co. do u very largu trade in their
line, and it is a well known I act that they
always pay tho highft prices to bo oli
tahied iu tliii market. 'I boy are now
paying for
vur.s :
.Mink 00 a 2 5.1
I'.accoon HO
Wild Cut CO
House Cat 10 a 15
Jltuk Kat lf
Opoi'um YX
Olter & 00 a 7 OU
Hear Skin 2 00 a C 00
Heaver, pur pound f0 a 75
IIIU1, I'KR pocnd:
Deer Skins 2737)
htt HidcN Drv Salt lbia'JO
" Green Salt Uiil'-'
01 II Kit AllTICLEs:
Tallow, par pound Or 73
Feather, " ' GO a Go
Wool, " " 0a"0
Heowax " " J5a28
The iibou ricc lirt is subject to corrcc
tion.
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BULLETIN BUILDING ffASHINGTON-AV
IMMENSE " EXCITEMENT.
THE LATEST ARRIVAL OFDRY GOODS
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hi:.i, tTATR Ali:.X'Y.
auio autsr roa
TulU Ilroltirrn l-iitent Iry M Mflf r
And Mnreliauae, Well. A i'n'H Antoinatlo Waif I
Indlcntorandbuppl) Vahu for atim boilera.
WINTER'S IILOCK, COMMKIICIA.L-AVE.VU
HIAMIK.
8IXTY-K1VK KIltST l'KIZK
MKDAliS AWARURD
THE OUEAT
I)AL TIM Oil 13
JrlAXUS'ACrOItT
WM. KNABK &, CO.,
Manufacturers of
IniND, SQIURK AND Vl'MQUT
ltUOK IIIMIRUY.
CAIHO CITY 1500K TUXDKUY
JUI1.V II. ItltEKI.V A '.,
ruorKirtOK",
lttillctin Itniltliii:, corner of 12th
rtreet ainl Washiugtou avenue,
Cairo, Illlino.
All kin U of Hlnding ami rtullne done at tbo
ver) lowest prloea. llarnn; pnKmteii llio serTI
res of Mr. llueN, tio (mi Imd mmiy )uars
xpTiem'i' In one of beat Hinderlo ot ht. l.nuii,
in iiprrii!it'ni, inn fainoiinriieiii, no van eon.
tldeutly promNeour patrons work rtptal to that
ofnn Ilmdery In thn wett.
BB6r Fi
WAGON MAN UKACTORY.
iti ! , ."JIfe'.ll'MM"lftft
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V. WINSTON & CO..
HHAL ESTATE AGENTS
AMI
AUCTIONEERS,
74 (r.rn.sn ri.ooii) onto lkvke,
CAIRO, ILU
Ht v .ni Skli. Kkal Kstatk,
PAY K AX Ki,
FURNISH AHSTRACTS OF TIELE
And Kcpare Conveyance of Kindt;
BARCLAY BROS.,
OHIO I.CVKR
Calko, Ilia
t
DBTJO-GISTS
SARATOGA SPRINGS
i rrit. anar
AT JlABCLAV's URCO MOKK.
Karm ."crrLI, CAILt.
joi 3 Pt-r
AND IIP.-IT fJCALITir. OK
TIN" PLATE.
SHEET IRON,
F E N CEW R E
A Nil AM. XINIi OP
TINNERS' STOCK
AT THU VKRY
LOWEST PRICES
11 AT
CI 2 and fill North Mhi Htrccl,
ST. 1.01 TIP, MO..
MAlt'rooms of
Grand Opkning at Ounningjham's
KxrrlHlor Mamirui'liirtiiii
rniiHii)'i
191 MIHRArVT Tlt'KRTN
MOCKING BIRD FOOD
ail hiuii ra laa witnticT Tiuiitia
At IUhoi.at'.
H
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GRAPE f cata-wua 1 Cqkxvz ) PI LL3
i CATAWI1A. L OIIATE
GRAPE ( CAT VW1IA ) l I ORAPR ) PI LLS
AID Alt or
UK LXBOLD'H MKDICI.M KH
FRESn TROM FIRST HANDS,
Alrays In stock ia lasge rupply, and fur r!ry
II nr c I n j Urns.
IMMIGRANT TICKKT.S
FOR SALE,) KorXaio ( FOR SALE,
I Pcr.alnl '
FOR SALE.J forhil'lFOR HALE.
Fara from Liverpool,
Furo from Lo.vrjcNIiERP.r
Faro from Glaaoow,
Fare from Qucf.nstown
10 CAIRO, ;::::::: $ J 8-
Bi!ord, Morris A C-
neat"
INMAN LINK
Livarpool Netv.Tork and PlilUdtlphh
Steamship Company,
ora co.Maacr nn vmted itaim. ad itatmn
MTraNMaNia
For Carryius the Mil.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rratnta lxrouxATioN
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aqt.
M Broviway, New.Tork, or to
II. II o npt ,
WanhlDgton Avenue, Cairo. nou. ji
(hit uMiaiPitifci:.
St. Louis Advertisements.
MrCOUMICK A LYON, AClltu.
r. 1 1 r -&fl
For Snlo ut Wholesale or Retuil
!E?I A txto Tnr-zz rrrvnea i consult ;j2I)-stekt and oiiio i.r.vt:K
Cairo, llliuoi.i.
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EWD.MEAD & CO.
304 N. Fourtli St.,
8T. LOUIS,
Keep afiill line of first class
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEW
ELRY, SILVER and PLATED
WARE. This old established
house Intends to maintain
their reputation of selling
good floods at low prices,
and are now opening a
splendid new Spring Stock.
All orders by mail promptly
attended to.
Watches and .Jewelry rurefnlly re
paired by flint-cla. workmen, and
all kinds ot Jewelry and Mltcrware
made tu orU'j,
S.ldAwlm
FEE8H BLUE IjXC3C
IUST RKCKIVED
AM)
lor Hale by IIp(.Ibnh Bolllr orOnllnn
AT BARCLAYS'.
Sia7EXTRA FlKK COLOfJXK;
Hi9GKNOi.vi Importkd Kxtracts ;
lrllAiR, Toorit a.vu Nail Hruaiiks;
.WlNIlIA RDIUIXK NURKRT GooiH,
.BAKCiAY 33-R.OS.
tiBEE
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PURE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Heal grad" In are sloi l: ami vs
riaty, very clietip;
ALIO)
Full Link ok Colors,
bar and in ott;
I'.tlnt Urtiihea, Ltnaeed Oil,
Wbilewa.L l':.i.tiaa Turpvntloe,
Varnishaa Kte, etc.,
all aisia akd arANPAmo gi'ALiTika
At Harolays'.
WALTIMOIU:, MARVIiASI).
TnMrilBl fnv i,r.,,"v".be' fo he "lbl,a
nearly iiiiriyyeura, ami uon ii,ir exeelleuca
alone attained au iipu,rtnSJi" ,r,"ff ,ieli
pronouncea tbein UinM,ulod jB,r,f''""n"i,,"iii
TONK, .
TOUCH,
WOBKMANSniP J
Ad DUARHILITY (
Mr All cur o'Tunrr Jnnot bare our new Nsw (m
proved OreratrunK Hoale ai'd tli Agrafi 'JrM
mtr We would rail apeclal attootlon to our Ute
Patented Improvetnenta in OaAsn I'ianoh aud
HUAKcOatNra, found in no other riano. which
brings-the 1'lauo nearer perfection than Bui ft
' been attained,
XVSBY riANO FULLY WARRAWTE FOR
TIVR YEARS,
. DlnstraUd Catalogues and Price Mil prompt!
furnitbed oa application to
r WM. KWABE aft CO.,
Ball uu ax, Mn
oimm t our ragular itabllibed ageoea,
ol)lf
I'. OAMIli r.
UOAT NTOKES.
SAM W Ih SON,
lltlUI IV
l'ARKEU at BLAKE,
ticiirnitiM
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
fntly, Hciizim, (SiihuIImi',
WI3STDOW GLASS.
WINDOW SHADES,
And I ho celebrated lllimilnatliw
AURORA OIL.
DUOfS' UU1I.DINO, COn. llTH-HT. A COM
meiicial-av.,
Cairo, - Illisoi.
atiK2lf
aaaaaaf'.-nl
Principnl Office 10 J Fifth SI., Ciit., 0
THK ONLY ltELIAHLE (IH'T ENTr.Ul'IUSU
IN Tilt COr.NTHV 1
$60,000 OO
I N V A L U A BLB GIFTS
To bo distributed in
Xi . 13. S I IT ' S
133th r.cgtilarMopihly
GIFT ENTERPRISE,
To bo drawn Mondty, Jnn 3l, l;j.
Two Gp.anii Capitals ok
0,000 In Greknracks J
Two Prize $1,000 fj (
Flvo Prize? GOO 1 GREEN HACKS
5 I
Mr. R. H. Ctinninijbftm ha lately we'ived taml i diiilv mhlinu to iti one of thn
Larpost, Finn t and molt varied nlock oi DryGooiU vcr brotiht to thU market.
Evory floor of hi Commodiom EtnMIhment U literally packed with -ood". On tho
lo'vor or first floor may be found "
Di-c.s Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, Embroidery & "Fancy Notions,
i)C every tlesrriptiou, nil of wh'clt will be Minan to caller- by the miwt pnlitu and
httcnttvu sale'ttien. Atnoyu the
DBES'S Q-QODS,
w ill mb ror.vn .
GRENADINES,
JAPANESE SILKS,
CHINESE GRASS CLOTHS,
It LACK ALPACAS,
HEAVER HRAND PURE .MOHAIR,
WASH POPLINS.
OHO AN DIES,
VICTORIA.
HIS1IOP AND LINEN LAWNS.
P EHCA LES AND C 1QU KH.
I. IN EN GOODS, CALICOES. & DOLLY YaRDEN PRISTS
Of every variety. The Mock of ladles
WHITE GOODS, SJLKS AND SATINS,
Is full, complete and fiiliinnnble. .Vtnoni; the slock of FANCY GOODS nro
eleifimt Thread nnd Guipure l.nw, Collar. mut ('ufl, Rlbli.in, LndlcV N.ecktiei
Dolly Vnrdf.n How nnd Glovet.
JOSEPH'S .FAR-FAMED KID GLOVES
will be old at SI 00 per pair, warraulrtl. Cunn'mghnm nxhUdts t full line of
IP X 1ST IB HOSIERY
Of every description. Fifty dnz.jfi pair of the Halbragiit Silk Embroidered, will
bivrctallpd at from 7f cent to SI '! per pair. Tlnuo hino uro imported, are of Irib
manufacture, und arotunv counted the be-t Mid hand!omet in tho market. Tbo stock cf
WHITE &z COLOBBD TABLE IiI3STE3ST,
SHEETINGS. TOWELING, ETC.. ETC..
Is undoubtedly finer tln lim over been brought to this market, and will be found
to contain varieties Milled to every tato and every pocket. Thou beautiful OTTO
MAN SHAWLS AND SCARFS aro belli sild at ntonlshing low figures, and thn
stock of Mualin. and Piece Good, which Includes Broadcloth, Caslmerc, &c, i
lari; nnd well selected. Gentlemen can bo ft:rnihed with nil .ort. of Underwear,
White Shhts, &c., of tbo vet v bet mnke. Tho
CARPET DBPABTMB3STT,
W hich oecuptei tbo eeeond tloor, contnins undiiubtedly tho moat eloant varietv
ever exhibited in this city. Uru.sel, Tnpctry, Tlireo nnd Two-Ply Jtaltinc;, Oil
Cloth, Stair Carpet', Rug", Are. On tb W floo r al-o, is a hautUoruo lino of
SOOTS A.3STI3 SHOES,
Jladoin tl.o latest ftylo nnd sold at low figure; aodu line uisortmenlof
SPUING AND SUMMER 1 1 ATS AND CAPS.
Mr. (iin;iiL;liHrii, nJwyiludviii; the tste and need of hU tiatrons and the publlo
generally, Invite them cordially to call and examiuu hi display oi Spring and Sum
mer Goo'ds, satisfied that nowhuro olo Iu tho city will they be shown finer yooda .U
lower pricci. " -l-'JSdtf
Our ironic Advertiser;
f'OMMINNlO.V AMI I'UHWAUIII.N'..
Our Iloine Advertisers.
JOHN B. l'HLLIS & SON,
iuooeaiora lo John 11. Phillia.)
CLOSE ii VINCENT,
l
GENERAL COMMISSION GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANTS
DEALERS X3ST LIME,
Cf.mkst, Plastkk Pahin
AND
1'JiASTERER'S II A 1 It,
Cnruer MkIUIi Hlreet nml Ohio !..
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
FORW AP.DING Jl KUCHA N Tfi,
AM)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
J'lour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Con. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEK
CAIRO, ILLS.
CAI.,
BOAT STOBE3
dnOUKHKi, i
VKUVIBI'OKS ETC.
Mo. HO
Ohij Lyi! t , OAnw, III.
oatiiai riOMiTLT m,
CHANCERY NOTICE.
Krauk Huina, defendant, la uotiHed Ihal
ou the hrat day . of, Miy, 187.',
Aatanria lltirni', eoniplatnant
tiled ber
bill IU ehaDCorylOf divorce. In the, Alexander
county Circuit Coutl, Mate of lll'uola, and that
mid mnt l uow pendlugm aatil court, A aunij
mona wa l.aued out of the cler'H otney of Haul
court agatuat you, returnabln on the tint Monuay
ol July next, to u term ol a d court tbon la bo
bnlden at the Court Uou.e iu Cairo, in aald
eo.n.yand.t.1.. JoaN q.'uaRMAN, Clerk.
UtedMarlil.im. S-Mllw4i.
Oreen Uitbert, eollcttori for cemplainaai.
CAIRO CITY COAL
COM-JPAISrY.
la prepared to aupply cuatoiner with tlm bail
iUllly ut'
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
COAL.
SVUIKIM lelt at IMInlay llroc. oniee, 7d OHIO
J I.KVKK, or t th Coal Yard tow lliebt.
Clinrlea lletel.will rooelve prompt altenlioii.
aide atoamere at any hour.
WOOD WOOD I! WOOD II
Tbe uoderaifloail trill furnUn
HARD AND DRY WOOD
A Ckep, 11 mi Ckaier
Ltare urdera
n the tlataa at U Poatooe and at Roa' cob
ism. on ConBierciai areuue, Dotweeu TenlU an
twaiftb etreete, Cairo, llliaolej. I altr goo
Ten Prizes 100
Ou Herns and Hugs)' with Silver-Mounted Hnr1
ueaa, worm iw earn.
One flue-toned Hoetrood Pimo, Morth $.Vl.
Ten family aewlng inaehlnea, worth JlOo o.ich.
Fivo heavy caned nhl hunting Hatohei and he.ny
p-ld ehafnn troith IM each. Firo ol I Anier
hiri luuitln Htehe4 einth li'i moli. 'IV u
lailiea cold Imtitliut vntcheN uorth SU each.
Uiuht liiindrrd gold anil ailtcr leter huutln.'
ufitrlio. In nil, worlll fnJj l.t) In 4 K'. lullea'
Kold leoutiUH ehaini, K'gW Kold teat cjmlni,
nulld and double plnte.Bilier table nml tea
poini", phologritph Hlliut.KcKelr) , ntf., ute,
Iv hole number ol ulU, c.il Tifk.d limited to
Avenl. nanted to tell irkctLi nhom libiial
)ireniltinia olll I paid.
Mr.ate lli'Uett ono dollar j al ticket" flrdol
Inr.i telv tleKttii, len dolliiral twenty. live
Ihi ut) iloll.irs.
Ciriiilnr-i eont.nulnj; a fiilllltof pri"K, a dr.
aeription of the inminer it draw inn. and otbir
Itifnt'ination In refeienrn In the ilUlilbuuou, vt ill
be ftrttt tn nny n ordering them. All letter h
inuet be ml Jr ..shed to 1.. I'.hl.M:, Ilia, rt,
nrrti-L, t'lnolnnatl, 0.
lei Wett Dill it., iiorJ-vdly
$300,000.
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Lr.n.i.i7.Ki iiv Stati: Auriioiurv ami
Dp.aw.v in Pi'iiLic in Sr. Loci.
Gr:uul Siiifjlo Number Scheme.
.'0,I)0( NL'MIIKltS,
Clans K, to nr. Drawn Jluy 81, lo7'j.
O.tiSO Prize, Amuuntinj: to $300,000.
'M I'riteaol 1 1IH)
3 " f ,l,i mi
9 " ol .VJ
'J " o ;nu i
n " of J(
31 " of. '.lo 1
" Of 1W '
11 of 1W) ,
MM " of 10 I
Ticket Sio j Halt' Ticket, $3; Quarter ,
Tickets, sz oo. i
Our lotteries aro chartered by (he Hint, are
alwaya drawn at the lime named, and all draw.
lugaaro under the auperrlaion of ewornrom.
IDlaeiatierM, .
The ofllclal drawing will be published in the
w. tiouti papera aou a copyacav m purcn.acia
ui nuaeia,
Wa will draw
eyery ruontb during tl
MUt,ai oar nam vi
II. M. lll'LEN.
.1. M. PHILLIPS & CO,,
irlneeea.ora to 1C. Ii. Ilendnca A Co,)
GROCER and CONFECTION ! Rril.u.;u.,. nnil CommisHiou
MERCHANTS,
r
MEECHAKT;
AnJ Dealer in Foreign Fruits A Nut",
No. 134 Commereial-avc,
C.vmo, I li.".
. G. I. WILLIAMSON,
PRODUCE & COMMISSION
MBECHAKTi
Nit,7lUlilu I.ve-, t'AlltO, IlitilNOIH.
WHARK-HOAT PROPRIETORS.
Liberal Adraneenienta made
upon CoiHituineiUa.
arspeclAl ftltentiou given to Jcouaignmenla on
older..
I l'ri (d'.(
I ' of.,
1 of.
1 " of.
4 " of..
' ol.,
VI " tif.
i " of.
PI " of,
, n.t''(
. 1",M"I
. 7..VM
ft,(J
AMI
aaluiilar ecbeinetbe llt day of
inng the year UTi. 1
rlak b voaiatUe) aneney order.
tvtMawtr
. CM V 14
WOOD R1TTENHOUSK,
FLOUR
AND
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LKVKK,
STRATTON k BIRD,
t
tHiu'ccJiom lo.Stmttou, HmUou A CliW)
WHOLESALE GROGEKS
Ano
' COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
67 Ohio Tiovee, Cairo, IllinoU
Ate prepared to receive, alore and lurward
ireihta to all polnte und buy aud
ell on cbtuml.aicn,
ltiilne" attended tn prnuiptly.
MILLER k l'AUKElt,
GENERAL COMMISSION
AAP
FORWARDING JIERCHANTS,
An
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Onts, Hay, etc,
AGENTS yoR FAIRBANK'S SCALES,
ASSIGNEE'S HALK IN ' BANK
KIPT(A'.
A a"lfitee cf K. K. Half A iti., iMukrupt. I
will offer .it rubh" et Ihe court fiottrn
door In th eilJ ?( l" '."".'PJ'' oa We.Inea.lay.
the eighth dyel .Ma),.V, l. trw, coiamtruilnjr. at
tea n'elia'k, a. m thn follOHln ev.orlbcd prop,
ert). l-ln , ' . J
Loin numbered tlurty.aeven (XT,) thlty.lil,t
M.jihlrte.niie fxijliii.l forty liu.l to bUck iiiru
(errd.ui, -eight A, la th. Vily or CWro , II,
luiprwrenienia thcrcoa, KoavdaUaAt ol tour Use
mcnt bpucea. c. rnnv. c third oa.b. and
llfJHK (iJ r "'"('Soothe Ttb' lieu
and ecurtly. i . ? r
HTCmiUI V.rkVtMBei
arteo 4twr i, eMetoatf,
iCO.

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