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JOHN H. OBERLY & CO., PROPRIETORS.
OFFIOB, BtTIiliETIiyr BTJIIiXJUSTO-, COB. 12TH BTEEBT A.3ST3D A-SHCHnTO-TO
Our Homo Advertisers.
Mil 8. Mo GEE,
w&'S1.1!! B,rM'.lwn Commeri lal n J Wanh
Ingtoo Avenuee, la daily recalvlnf
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATMT SMtNO AND SUMMER HTTLHS.
Besldat full o of
soasrasraoTs & hats
(Trimmed and ualrlmtned,
PRKKCU FLOWF.Iig. R1UB0N3, TRIMMIMOS
of all klnda. Laeet, etc., te.
ifJI;.' ..? "M ' '(( aaeortment of
HECK TIES. COLLARS, UNIIBIWLKEVE9,
KUFKB, BA911K9, KANS.j
And all otherarticlaa usually found In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STOKE
K"cOef la well-known o the Ladles o
Cairo and Tlcmll). J by ifrfrtsttentioiiinbusi
eea hopee to rtlaia and add to ih patronage
'men naa Man ao liberally bestowed upon her
In Ihe put.
MRS. M. SWAh'DEH,
naa opened out an extensive slock of
All ol which ar entirtlr naw and of the very
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
And an elegant assortment of
LACES, TFIISOU, KID OLOVEA, HOSIERY
and all articles usually ke pi in a flrit-clMS rnll
Mr. Hwander Invltva the public tocalland In
apct her etock, whi-h she will take pleaaure In
bowing to old m writ aa new cuitoir en.
II. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Oaa Fitter's ana Plumber's malarial. Woo
Bumps, (lab and angle valves, atop
cocks, check valves, tc.
auo aaT roa
Talks Bratkera Patrat Dry Uaa Meter
And Mereheute. Walla A Co' a Automatic Watei
Indicator ud supply Yalta for eteam boll ra.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1872.
NEW YORK SPEAKS
'THE DELEGATES ENTHUSIASTIC
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail
CORNER 32D-BTRKXT AND OUIO LEV Ik
ovlllf r. WARBLE
iCatC. Hanny wishes the
public to be informed that he
has on hand a Stock of Goods
Bpeclal Dispatch to the Republican.
THE VOICE Or NEW YORK.
N ew York, May 16. Tho 'Sun' hat
tho following tpcclal of the Democrotlo
auto convention at Rochester to-day:
Tbe long and exciting discussion on tho
resolutions ana proposed ainetidmenla
thereto In regard to thu mode of tending
delegates to Baltimore, (imply allowed tlio
cunvenuon wu intent upon tending
thither a delegation Mint would act to
gether ai a unit, eiut the Toto of New
York ai a unit, and thui make a great
owerfelt. In a word, the contention
era determined that delegates from New
York to the national convention should nil
bo of ono mind, and thould nil ultimately
wr unu cniiuiuniu ior uiu preiiuency.
Not to put a flne nolnt on it. tho notion
of the convention at Rochester to-dny on
this tubjeet. means Dr. Greeley at Haltl
moro in July.
Murphy and Dowolf nro known to ho
open and hearty for nominating Greeley
Rochester, Mav 1C Though the pro
ceedings of tho democratic convention to
day appear utmost tamu on paper, they
were highly significant. The election of
air. Kintella as temporary, and then as
permanent chairman, meant business, and
of a right kind, too. As chief manager of
tho Brooklyn 'Eagle,' ho has given hit
hand and heart to the Cincinnati move
from tho start, and ho is now an eloquent
advocute of the acceptance of its nominee
by the Ualtimoro convention. Ii is sncech
on taking the chair drifted strongly and
steadily in that direction, and tho enthu
siastic cheers which It solicited showed
that he carried tho convention with hlnu
Tho delegates and tho audience applauded
vehemently ul the right plucps In bit
speech, and the plaudits meant the Cincin
nati platrorm and tho Cincinnati nomi
nees. There is no doubt but that tho Ual
timoro convention will take- tliu hint and
Isten to the voice of New York.
Gov. Hoffman, It Is understood, exnrcM
es no doubt that such will be tho ultimate
result. Lord is a confidential friend of
Judge Church. I believe Judge Church
has given up all Idea of anybody clio be
ing nominated at Itultimoru except Gree
ley and Urown. No ono dreams that a
single one of tho whole CS delegates to
Ualtimoro wilt ho hostilo to tho acceptance
of tho Cincinnati nominees. Gov. Sey
mour is not present at the convention.
There is no doubt, however, that though
not exactly with tho picket line, bo is
moving forward with tho main body of
tho (anti-Grant army of Democrats and
(Special Diipatch to the Republican. 1
Mr.Mi'iits, May 15. Kcferrlnc to the
Dmoor.l 1 YorU Hi-put of l.
12th, also published in tho Chicago ' 1 ri-
buno ' and Cincinnati 'Gazette, giving
currency to a report that Jeff Davis hud
addressed a letter to Greeley congratula
ting him upon his nomination, to-day s
Appeal, a uroeicy paper uy mo way.
says 1 .Mr. uavis aumonzes us to say
that the story aoovo given oy me demo
crat is wholly unfounded. lie novcr
wrote to Mr. Greeley on any subject, never
made a promiso in regard to tho Cincin
nati ticket, to Greeley or any ono olse,
and as there Is no ticket, with which to
compare It, ho could not have made the
comparison as stated. This falsehood ap
parently emanated irom .ow iorx,
though it may have been concocted else
where. In any event it evinces a marvel
lous inventivo capacity on tho jiart of our
Missouri contemporary or its New York
agent, foreboding the attainment of won
derful skill, aa tho canvass progresses.
face Into an expression of hatred that was
ar irom attractive.
Tho Administration mcrnbors left their
tcatt and massed themsolves in his front
wuu ueiightcd countenances. Tho Dem
ocrals, with (ew excentlnna. wnrn mint
festly both angry and disgusted at the
jjouuriuuucB. air. opeer tried to inter
rUDt Voorhcet with a nnlnt nf nrAmr
There were cries of "Sold out." Pld
by tho White Home," "Gone over to
warn, anu me like. Mr. Koosoyelt asked
V oorhees if ho intended to support the
action of tho National Democratic Con-
vention, and got an equivocal reply.
oorhees, after much iuterruptlon, con
cluded hit violent harangue by protesting,
in name oi mo noblest voting popu
lation tho world over taw, against tho
eiiort to transfer them to tho Cincinnati
niovemont, and declaring that General
Grant, who prevented tho arrost and Im
prisonment of Lee, wat more worthy of
tho support of Democrats, and especially
of Southerners, than the man who bailed
Jefferson Davis out. At this, tho Admin
istration members, who had listened with
evident delight to tho whole speech,
could restrain themsolves no longer, and
broke out in a hearty round of applause.
Thitadded to the Indignation of Democrats.
Mr. Sherwood, of I'enntylvatla, de
nounced the speech as made in the intorest
of the Republican party. There was great
confusion and excitement upon the floor,
amid which Uoosovclt wat heard to say
that ho had bcon informed, by good au
thority, that Voorhect had had an inter.
viow with tho occupant of tho White
House, and that his speech was the result
of that Intcrviow. oorhees replied that
if Itooiovolt had heard such a story ho had
been associating with liars. Roosevelt re
torted that ho had it from V oorhees.
After oorhees annlauders had cone
back to their tcaU on the Republican tide.
and quiet had been measurably restored,
Mr. Kerr taid that tho newspaper para
graph Voorhccs had read was untrue,
as far as ho was concerned. Niblack
mado a llko statement, adding that he in
tended to support tho nominee of the
National Democratic convention, who
ever he might be, and Holman said his
portion was the 6amo as Niblack'e.
Tho comment! that wcro made on Yoor
hees' speech by members of tho house in
conversation wero tho reverse of compli
mentary to him. Many of the democrats
openly asserted that tho thing had been
set up at tho White House, and not a few
republicans declared that Yoorbees' praise
ui uiiiiib uiu buuiu iiuuuu iur lilt sus
picion that there was somo truth in tht
report that ho had mado an arrangemon',
with tho administration. If ho had stop
ped with his abuse of Grceloy, it is admit
ted that his speech might havo had tie
effect it was intended to have, namely, ;o
break tho force of the liberal movemcit
at ths south. By eulogizing Grant ntd
representing him as a better candidato fr
southern support than Greeley, he over
reached himself and exposed tho dema
goguical character of hit performan.'e.
Tho eftect of tho speech will bo to htlp
the liberal causo by oxhibiting the weik
ncss of the desperate politicians who p
pear to bo bargaining for tho support of
men like Voorhces. Among those ho
walked over and congratulated Voorlces
were General Butler and several other ad
Our Home Advertiaers.
Mr. Viao. III., April 11, 187i.
EdHcr Cairo Bultttin:
Viikx Hiu Pleae to announce me aa a candl
dale fur Clerk of the Supreme Court, Bouthern
rirand Ihvisi in nt lllinol,. The new constitution
pro, idea that the Clerks ot the Supreme Court
idiall herrafter be elected at the NoTember elec
tlon. Inatead of tbe June electlou as herelore.
The succexor of the preient incurobenta are
to be elected IM' comlcn fall, but will not qualify
until the present term, expire in 16.3.
K. A. V. WILBANKS,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
100 Mile Ibe NhorlMt Rostte
Eighty nilra Ibe Nbortet Root)
HIS DICKER WITH GEN. GRANT. rjHQ grp. XjOTJIS.
HISTORY OF THE TRANSACTION.
NO CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
as extensive as any in
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
(Special to the Cincinnati Commercial.)
Wi.invnTnx. Mrv 13. D. W. OOT'
hees, of Indiana, long a democrat of tho grp LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
most pronounceu uuuruun twiji., mium
Vila Vinck to-dav on his Democratic asso-
olain. in CnniTMi. and sot his face in the
Southwest and that he is de- direction of the administration camp.
oouinwesi, aim umw v for beUovIng that thil wa,
. I inno in pursuance ot somo arrangoment
Tormined to Bell OVCrV article mado with administration Jlcaders, if not
iuuii".ii w .w. j .,..t,lont littncnll Aa lnni nro nt
, T Thursday last tho rumor was afloat on tho 1lfm'1,ltP
than the LOW- democratic side of the house that ' oor-
hues had sold oui. x ne story wus muv no
v.,.,1 t.ui! on In'inrvlnw with the nrealdcnt.
oi ",li nn Innv tn.flav ftllU in wh en Grant had suld: "liioro aro a una la also ma oniv aireci rome io
vytui "i j mn I,, ,. rontililiran tinrtv lw.lup. lllnninintrton. NDrinseld
PTiimino COOdS and prices. HO that wo should like to get rid of, and take gro ., TO.'Und, u
examine guuua u l",vv ,n ,lin r n ce8 u,t 8Uch democrats as you. Ml,ini ' niton. Kreeport
... ii Mr. Voorbees," and that Voorheei agreed uaiena, Dubuque, Sious uity,
mil nniiuiv villi iiiiiii v. w. w . i.i n..H i., I, nr, rn msri'iiriiiii iii.ni. .. .
nisi .7 - u am ur....k J y b - - -r, V"" v,,,, nrluvn llnom SlconlnP Cart
mtriitlc nariv 111 cu Ik aiiuiuu iiiuunc "'vS.i. ....... r.- 0
prices Lower '
FROM CAIRO TO
Cleveland, Magara Fall,
'.l'hlladelnhlii. Sew York.
Boslou nnd alt point fait.
Mllwaukle, Janeatille, Sladisoo,
LaCromie, St. I'aul and all points north.
ty and cost.
THE FUR TRADE-
H. LXTV CO. FAY THE HIOUIST MARKET
Below will be found the corrected Hit
r n.tu. IA V. TT T.avv & Co., for
hides, fun. feathers, wool, tallow, bees-
wax. and all kinds of country produce
Levy & Co, do a very largo trade In their
line, and it it a well known fact that tnoy
Iwaya pay the hlghett prices to bo ob
tained in tblt market Thav are now
that several ucin- ralrot ticket offices throughout tho south,
d that thev had it W. P. JOUNsON, Oen'l fass. Ag't, Chlcaio.
d predicted that A. Mucuiii, Oen'l. Bup't. Chicago,
dn to perform hit J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
Beaver, per pound
$2 00a 2 25
6 00 a 7 00
2 00a 0 00
CO a 70
HIDKB, TKR TOUND i
Beef Hldea, Dry Salt
ii ii Green Salt
, Tallow, per pound.
Feathert, " "
' Thl bow ptlc Hit U aubjectto correc-
Greeley. Thil roport was carried to Voor
bees on Friday, by lomo of the nowspnpor
correspondent, but ho denied its truth so
tlrenousiy tuai vuoy uiu uui puuuu n,
notwithstanding tne met mai several uem
ocratic members declared
nn irnod authority, and
Vnnrhees would soon begin to perio
part of the bargain by making a furious
tank nnnn Mr. Greelcv in tbe home.
Their prouiciions were veiuieu iu
morrninc. At soon at tho house had as
sumbled. Jir. voornoes ukcu leuvu w uiuuim
mako a personal explanation, which was
of courto granted. Ho first had read u
nnwsnapor paragrapii, soiling jorwi nmv
nil 1110 llluiailft ruuruaoilHim ue, utuj
hltnsoH, wero favorable to Greeloy's nomi
nation, and that no was nulling, upon
ii.u t,.rt ha urocecdod to mako a fifteen
. ... , - ..I....
Uilniltos tpcocli, beginning oy cu ogi.mg
hlmsolf for long uovonon to prniuiiuu mm
conviction, and putsing from this solf-lnu-
J.lnn In VIOlOni ueiiuiiuiuviuu ui .hi.
n.nnlnt' uhnm no I 0 U tin aa n iiiunsiur
ot Incontlstoncy, folly and forocity. llo
,inn,l htm for his protection theories ;
ho accutcd him or advocating tno ngiu ui
tho souiliorn states to secede, and said ho
wat attorwards tho ttrongca aovocaio lor
coorclon. shoutim? hit "On to Richmond "
like a wild beast, hunerv lor blood and
. . I 1 I r i ' ".V , , i . I . .
Biiriuaing lor iiib prey, Jio uociarea mat
On all Night Trains.
llafgsge Checked to all Important points.
For ticked nnd information, apply to I. 0. 1UH,
depot t ftiro; on noaru tne irnmu airnumr w
O O "f
h h a
U OIII, LEVEE,
C A. IS, o.
Wholesale and Retail
PAINT & OIL DEALERS.
fit keep a lull stock of Pure Drugs ana
AIo a complete Una of toilet articles, Im
ported and American Soaps,
Together ut. UiH. xortment of Druggista
tweeu Columbua and Cairo, and at tne principal
An effectual prerenhre ot Cholera, Typhoid
Feer, tnalLPox, Scarlet Ferer, Meaaeli. Cat
tle Dmeate. and all pestilential and contagious
dleea. It la put up la pastboard cartoni.tne
topa of which contain pi-rforatlon", from which
it can be sprinkled aa frsm a pepper box. Sold
br DARCLAT BROrf.
The retail price It 25 tents per package.
(Proceedings of the Board of Health Official.)
OrFica Boaan or IliiLTU. br. Locis, na aiay,
1871. The resident rhyaitflana atatea that he has
used, in the city hotpital, the carbolic acid
powder and Bnda it th best disinfectant and
detrsyer of bugs, ant, cockruachea Ac , ol
which he has knowledge. Tour committee re.
commands the purchase of this powder for use
mine nospiiua. ,olt.
181 Clerk Board ot Health.
We are now In receipt cf a fresh atock of
For the season; also a full line of
Aud Painters Materials generally.
St. Louis Advertisements.
T II K
buy tht CelabraK'd
AKD BUST QUALITIES Of
AND ALL KINDS OF
AT THE VERY
C12 and 014 North Main Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
(Salesrooms of tho
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV
THE LATEST ARRIVAL OF DRY GOODS
Grand Opening at Cunningham's
one of the
FOR SALE, '
f FOR SALE,
Fare from Liverpool,
Faro from Londckdkrrt
Fare frora Glasgow,
Faro from Qukk.vstow.v
CAIRO, ;::::::: $48
Saflord, Morris A Ca
Liverpool New-Tork add Philadelphia
ea coxraacT wira rsiTin STaTts.aao stiniH
For Carrying 'the Mailt.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rcaraaa taroaasTioa
APPLY TO JOHN O. DAL, Aqt..
14 Bread. NVw.Va.rk- mrUt
Washington Aienue, Cairn. noia. 5'
Mf. It M r'nnnlnnl,., I... .
fjh'&'i U rnckedthor,
Dress Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, Embroider- & Fancy Notions,
Of ovorj-dcwripUon, all of wh'ch will bo shown to callers by tho most polite and
Wl T.I. n t t'ft rtffi
CHINESE GRASS CLOTHS,
BEAVER BRAND PURE MOHAIR,
BISHOP AND LINEN LAYfHS,
PERCALES AND OIQUES,
LINEN GOODS, CALICOES, & DOLLY VARDEN PRINTS
Of every variety. Tho stock of ladies
WHITE GOODS, SILKS AND SATINS,
Is full. Comnloto and fitWifonnLiV A i nnnn- ilm ,.r p a vnv nnnno ...
1 a mi a . ' -...w..j f. iut,n Jk 4 . 1 J 1 KJKJKS UJ
elegant Thread nnd Gti puro Lnces, Collars and Culls Ribbons, Ladles' Necktict
Dolly ardtn Hows and Gloves.
JOSEPH'S FAR-FAMED KID GLOVES
will bo sold at SI 00 per pair, tcarrmif Cunningham exhibits a full lino of
Of evorv deserinlinn. Fiftv Anmn ml.r 1I..U ... :.. am. t?i. n i m
bo retailed at from 5 cents to 1 25 per pair. These hoso nre Imported, aro of Irish
manufacture, and aro now counted tho best and handsomest in tho market. The ttock cf
WHITE & COLOEED TABLE LIITEIT,
SHEETINGS, TO WE LI NO, ETC., ETC.,
It undoubtedly liner than has CV0T been brought to this market, nnd will Iia rVitind
?ntBin varieties tuited to every tasto and overv pocket. Those beautiful OTTO
MAN SHAWLS AND SCAUPS nro beim ml.f lit n.lnnUl.ln,. l.iu, tn.A. .A II..
ttock of Mutlint and Picco Goods, which Includes Broadcloths. Caislmernl. Ac. ia
largo and well selected. Gentlemen can be furnished with all sorts of Underwear,
W hito Shirts, &c, cf tho very best make. Tho
Clotn, Stair Carpets, Uugs, &c. Dn thu Hoor also, ft ifnnfiasofno lino or
SOOTS A. 3sT X) SHOES,
Mado in tto latest ttylo and sold at low tigurcs; nnd a flne assortment of
SPRING AND SUMMER HATS AND CAVS.
Mr. Cuningham, always studying tho tasto and needs of his patrons and tho public
generally, invites them cordially to cull and oxamino his display of Spring and Sum
mor Goods, satisfied that nowhe'ro olso In the city will they bo shown flnor goods at
lower prices. 4-5dt
Principal Office 104 Fifth St., Ciu., O
THE ONLY IIELIAI1LE OIFT KNTEllPIUSE
IN THE COUNTRY I
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo distributed in
Xj . X). BUTE'S
l&oth Regular Monthly
To be drawn Monday, June 3d, 1872.
Two Grand Capitals or
$5,000 In Greenbacks I
Our Home Advertisers.
COHMIMMIOW AND FORWAUDINU.
Two Prizet $1,000 B
Tlon Prlri0 fifiO n
CLOSE & VINCENT,
DEALEH3 I2T LIME,
Ccuent, Plaster Paris,
Corner Elchth Street nnd Ohio I.eeei
BURNETT & CO.
CASH PRICK PAID TOR HIDES
Messrs. Burnott & Co.,Thornton't block,
Tonth stroot, aro prepared to pay tho high
est cauli prlco for articles In their lino, at
follow a :
60o lo C0c
10 to 16
40 to 60
6.00 to 6.00
6.00 to 7.00
12 to 14c
60 a 05
00 a 70
26 a 28
Greeley had urged tho patsaeo of tho ku
mux law, wniio urant had only enforced
tho law at ho wat bound by his oath to do,
and that tho tamo was true of tho odlout
enforcement act. Aa ho progressed, ho
erew more and more violent in hit de-
t .i -r AuJam . .1 H. i. i
nunciauuu v v.iovij, mi nuraiu uif
Oman Knit, kin and calf..
Dcor Skins , " u
For other articles, tuch at rags, feath
ers, bees wax, wool and tallow, we will day
the highest market prices.
Bubnztt & Co.,
Thornton's block, Tenth itrett., Cairo, 111.
Do you wish to receive all Ihe benenetits of
fggrJBLUE LICK, Ky,
Without the expenae of a trip to thoae resorts.
ir.n inni. in iii. Wa rncelvo these watera ai
rectfram the spring", and are prepared to Iur
niah them J.ure, ICK COLD, Freali and Ufely
from our counter. I'eraona llTinr at a distance,
nhn wiiili tn hare the water In their houses.
can.be supplied witliBaratoija'Ill bottles, aud Blue
i .ium m ah. upon anil uarrpia. kjhi i anu Kri
acircular In reiiard'o the medicinal virtues of
these noted waters.
Une Harae nnd Huggy with slher-Mounted
neaa, woitn iu" eacn.
One nne-toued Rosewood Piano, worth .'0.
Ten familv aewinir machines, worth SHi each.
Five heavy cased jtold hiintinR watches and heavy
g' m cnaina woiin S"J eacu. tin goi i Amer
ican huntins watche woith fVii each. Ten
ladles sold auntinir watches wotth 1100 each.
EiKht hundred Hold itnd niter lever huntlur
watcheM, in all, worth from SiutoStuO. Lndlen'
gold Ivontine chain', iteol'a Kold est ciialnn,
solid anu uouoie piaieu niifer mute nnu tea1
noona. nliotosrauh albumn. ewelrr. etc.. etc.
Whole number of glim, o,ti. Ticktts limited to
Auenta wanted to tell ticket to whom liberal
premiums will be paid,
t-icuie tickets onu dollar i nIx ticketa flrndol.
Urn; twelve tickets, teu ilullnre; twenty-llvo
twenty dollars. . ,
tlnulara containinK a iiiniKtoi prie, hmp
acrlptlonof the maimer ot drawing nnd other
loiormaiion in rriereuue iu iur iiiniriuiivuiu, mn
be tent to any one ordering them. All letters
must be addressed to h. t. SINK, Uox, tC,
omci, Cincinnati, O.
lui west oin St., norc-wiiiy
Obi Litii : ' Caib, III.
gasau rusmt iiii.it.
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Leqalizkd by State Authority and
Drawn in Pum.ic in St. l.oui.
Graud Single Number Scheme.
Class E, to uk Dhawn May 31, 18iJ.
6,880 Prlzos, Amounting to $300,000.
11. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer iu Foreign Fruits & Nutn,
No. 134 Connneruial-avo.,
Our Home Advertisers.
JOHN B. PIILLIS & SON,
(Successors lo John It. Phillts,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Hucccison to E. II. Uendrlcas Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
G. 1). WILLIAMSON,
PRODUCE & COMMISSION
.No. 70 Oblo levee, CAIRO, ILLINOIH.
MT8peclal attention given to consignments on
,V) I'rUeaof. 1 100
e " f i,i mo
u ' ot WK)
'J " of 300
u of aw
so of voo
M " of 1.10
lau " of ico
MW of 10
Tickets $10; Half Tickets, $5: Quarter
Tickets, z oo.
Our lottarlea are chartered bv the state, are
always drawn at the time named, and all draw.
inaa are unaer me auperTisiun oi ewuru ivur
The official drawing will be published in the
at. uou papera anu a copyaeut o i"""'"""
We wlll'draw a similar scheme the last day of
eyery montn during ine year
our rials by poatnfllce money order,
letter, diah or expreaa. Bend for cir-
m. Loula, Mo.
Liberal Adrnlicemenia made
Ire prepared to receive, atore and forward
fieiuhlH Iu all points aud buy and
nell on commission,
MritualnesH attended to prnmptly.
WOOD KITTEN HOUSE,
General Commission Merchant
183 OniO LEVEE,
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR,, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES,
ltloO Lavee, CAIRO. IIXIXVU.
STRATTON & BIRD,
((Successor toStratton, Hudson & Clark,)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
KEAIi EMTATC AGESCV.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
U (SECOND tOO") PH'
CAIUO, ILLS,, '
livr and Sell' Real Estati,
FURNISH AB8TBACT13 OP TIXLX
Aad paapar CeaveytMet t Kia4: