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JOHN H. OBURLY & CO., PROPRIETORS.
OFFICE, BUXjIiOaiTIiT BTTIIjIDIICTQ-, COE. 12TH STEHBT A.3STZD
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1872.
Our Homo Advertisers.
On Eighth Street, between Commercial and Wash
Ington Avenues, la daily receiving
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST BMIXO AMD RUMMER HTYLX9.
Besides a full line of
BON-OtTSTe & HATS
(Trimmed and untrlmtned,)
FRKNCB FLOWERS. KIBI10N3, TRIMMINOV
of all kind, Laces, etc., ale.
Mrs. McGee has also a large assortment of
Fancy Articles, euch as
HKCK TIBS. COLLAR. UNDKIU)LEEVE,
RUFFH, HASUK3, FANH.J
t And kit other articles usually found in a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY BTORE
Wrs. afcOee If well-known (o the Ladles o
Cairo and vicinity, and by atrlet attention lo bum
ae hopee lo retain and add to 'Mi' patronage
"which has been to liberally bestowed upon liar
I nth past. i-30-tf
MRS. M. SWANDER,
haa opened out an extensive stock of
All ot which are entirely new and of the very
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
THE STOCK COMPHI8ES
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
And an elegant Miottmtnl of
laces, rmisois, kid oloyis, uodikrt
and all artlclta usually kept in a Urst-elaaa mil
Mrs. Swander Invitee the, public local! and In
pact bar atock, whiah aha will take pleasure in
snowing to old aa wall aa naw cualuir era.
H. T. GEROULl);
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Oat Filter's and MumUt'i materia), Wo
pom pa, globe and anal valves', atop
um aaiar roi .
Twtta Br than ratesst Dry Oh liwr
lad Morahense, Walla A Co'e Automatic Water
Indleatar aad rJupply Valva for ataaro boilers.
WWtll'l BLOCK, COMalKBCIAL-ATKMU
For Salo at Wholesale or Retail
OOBNIK 32D-BTRKKT AMD OHIO LKVXk
Miiir r. aUAMBLE
BURNETT & CO.
hiohmt cAsn raicK rxio ron hides
Atom. Burnett 4 Co.,Thornton' block,
Tenth street, are prepared to pay fee high
oat cuh price for article in their line, m
Prime Mink $1.76 to 2.2 S
" Kacceon 60c to COc
11 Musk Rat 10 to 15
" Wild Cat 40 to 60
" Opossum 10 to 12
" Otter ...... 5.00 to 6.00
11 Beavor Skins 5.00 to 7.00
Green Salt, 0 to 10c
Green Salt, kip and calf. 12 to 14c
Deer Sklni U& to 36c
For other articles, iuch as rags, feath
er!, ban wax, wool and tallow, we Mill day
the highest market prlcos.
BUKNXTT vfc Co.,
Tbornton'i block, Tenth street., CalroIU.
THE FUR TRADE-
a. LITT CO. FAT TBK HIOHK8T MARKET
Below will be found the corrected Hit
of prices paid by II. Levy & Co., for
hides, furs, feathers, wool, tallow, beos
wax, and all kinds of country produce.
Ley A Co. do a Tory large trade in their
line, and It Is a well known (act that thoy
always pay the highest prices to bo ob
Ulned in this market. They are now
3?lnk 92 oo, 2 SB
Bearer, per pound
, bisks, rxa rouND:
, Dsr. Skins.....-.!.
Beef Bides, Dry Salt
' UIOBU .
Tallow, par pound
Wool, " ...f
6 00a 7 00
2 00 0 00
60 a 76
27) a 87)
181 a 20
9 a 12)
60 a 05
CO a 70
25 a 28
The abate price list U subject to correo-
GREELEY 3IA8S MEETING.
JEREMIAH S. BLACK.
Nxw York, May 10. A Port Jnrvls
special of tho 18th, beforo tho ralnn, tnys
in l'lko county, Pennsylvania, a tiro cov
ering a territory of soven mllci In extent,
ii sweeping over somo of tho beat land In
tbo section. Twclvo largo steam saw
mills havo been deatroyeu, and many
dwelling houses. Tho lumber camps of
Messrs. Dodge & Meigi, containing sov
oral million feet lumbar wero burned, tbo
inmates of tbo cabins narrowly cscnplng
with their lives. At Waguntorit's, Calla
han's and Dawllng's sottlcmcnU, nothing
Is left but charred and smoking ruins.
Duron of families havo been compelled
to floo for their lives. A quarter of a mil
lion of dollars will not )my tho loues In
Tbo lumber villages of Carter mid
Gould, Pa., havo been almost totally de
stroyed, only tlireo homes remaining in
tho two places. Sussex county, N. J.,
and Sullivan und Dolawaro counties,
N. Y., and Monroo county, aru still being
swept over by the forest firc, and tho
loues arc estimated as footing up in mil
lions. l-llEPAKATJOSK rOK A MACS UKKT1NCI.
New YonK, May 10. Mr. Oeeloy
spent yesterday at Cbappaqun. and n
uiuai urvoicu ins lime lo chopping wooa
anu uiuing oraera to nil lorcmen regard
Ing his farm. All day yesterday the head
auarteri of tbo Llboral llcnublicnn club.
room 15, Astor home, was crowded by del
egates irom d llle rent parts or the state, In
answer to a call for tbe purpose of com
pleting arrantremcnts for a man mectine
to be held In, Ibis city on Tuesday eve
ning, -ii ay -B, in txnall ot the Cincinnati
candidates. John Cochrane, A. M. Bliss
and AValdo Iiutvhins rcmtiincd in the
room part of tho day. On nnd after to
morrow Mr. Greeley will fpond mint of
nn tiino at mo Astor House anu will nn
swer all letters and dispatches received.
a imoAD, vair rLATroau.
Wabiiikoto, May l'J. An interview
with Judge JercmlahS. Black Is published
hero to-day, which concludes as follows :
" Well, ,T said tho Judge," I'll tell you
what wo aro going to do. The platform
put forth at Cincinnutl is a broad, fair
democratic platform. There is nothing
passivo in that, liow, if the convention
that meets at Baltimore finds in its wis
dom that Greeley fits tha platform, we
will make the best fight for him wo can.
1 have no question but whon the canvass
narrows up and men tako aides aa men aro
wont to do, that the entiro democratic
party will bo found striving for tho right.
Friend of Greeley and Brown hsvo e(
tabllahcd headquarters at St. Marie hotel,
and communications are to to addressed
to D. Defrees.
Memphis, May 19. Four children,
aged from two to twelve years, wero terri
bly burned bcro last night, by carelessly
handling coal oil, which tho oldest used
to kindle the fire. One died In an hour,
and two moro aro not expected to live.
Tho youngest was burned to n critp.
New York, Mav 13. Cnpt. Georgo
Wright, U. S. A., on Saturday night foil
over the bunniiters in tho Brnndroth
house, and was so seriously wounded that bo
died within a few hours.
Kvakhvillk, Ind., May 19. Mayor
Baker lies at tbe point of death, anil 'his
friends do not expect him to survivo tho
Our Home Advei'tiscrs.
TREMENDOUS STOCK .
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
A Largo and Select Stock of
ROOTS. SHOES ANU SLIPPERS
Just received nt the
CITY SHOE STORE.
CHEAPEST HOUSE IN THE CITY
Fashionable Boots and Shoes,
Embracing the very latest styles of
LADIES' MISSES' As CHILDREN'S
WALKING & PARLOR SHOES AND
Nilsson, Juniatta's & Bismnrk
TIES AND WALKING BOOTS.
Alaoavarvehoieaaelect and varied Una of
Misses' and Children's Pearl Colored,
French Kid, Foxed Perge nnd
Moroooo Shoes and Slippers.
OENTLEMKK AWD YOUTH'S
DRkA.8KI'8 HAND MADE OUS.
TOJiOKK BOOTS, FRINGE
With a full line of SLIPPERS, a specialty
Do not miss tha opportunity l..v.. -
aeiittd. bat call. Kv.Vi one l.aV.U.d7o.,VB1
tatae their ae ateek of goads, - i t".
Mr. ViaKOR, III., April II, IST1.
Editer Calrt HmIUUm :
Dtia His PIaae to announce me an a candi
date for Clf rk of th Supreme Court, Southern
Grand t)tril n nf lllinoia. Theneweonatltutlbn
prorides that the Cletka ot tho Huprem Court
rhall htrMftrr be clecled at tho. November elec
tlon. Initead of tbe June election at lierefore.
Tbe succeaaor of the prcent incumbents are
to be elected thia coming fall, but will not qualify
until the preuot term eiplre In 1873.
It. A. Vt W1LBASK9.
Hi virtue, of nn e'xecutlon lo me directed lj
Urn Clerk oftbeCirnilt Court of Alexandercoun'
tr.l" tho atnle oflllinuia, in farnr of Hie people
of the atale ol Jllioola, lor the itae of Tliomaa
I-owia and asalnat Joel U. Morxao, William J.
Allen, Palrlek lUillj. Bnnarit bmjth and John
LJ. Ilnrman, I bate tried upon Hie lollowini?
decrlljed property, to-wlt: l.oti nuinliered
twtdte(12) and thirteen. IS, in block, numbered
two ij, in the city of Cairn, in aald county nnd
slat, aa the property of enld llernanl Mm)th,
which I will otter at public aale, at the aouth
weal door of tho court hoim. In aald city, on
th Hill day ol June, A. I). itCi, between the
houra ot nine o'clock a.m. and aunaet of aald
day, forcaxh, lo aatlaly anld execution.
AI.KX. II. II1VIN,
Hherlfl of lxnderUou3ty, Illinois.
Cairo, III., May S3, Wi.
Under and bv virtue ol an order and decree ol
theCircuit Court of Alexander county, Illinola,
mUe on the ptllf an of I lie underelgned, admin.
Ilrator film teiltimtnto annrro of tbe eaute of
Jaz-ohCauble, deceareJ, for lent e to eell the real
e.tate of tald deccied, at the April Term, A. !.
oi-, ui ikiu cunri, i anaii,
OS MONDAY THE lit DAYOFJU'.Y, A D 1872
between tbe hour ol 10 o'elouk a. m. and 6
o'clock p. m., orfaldday.aell at public aale, at
the couit houe door In Hip city of Cairo, Alej.
ander county, llllnol?, the following deacrlbed
real etato, io-mII i
Hlxty-aeten and lo.loo (C7 tO lof ) acrei oft the
weat aideof the weit ball ollheiiorth.weM quarter
ol rectlon one(l), townahlp fourteen (It), aouth
rariie two (a)wei ot the third (.1) principle tno.
rjdian, aituaied in Alexander county, Illinois
Twenty and JO-100 JOW-Hu) acrea oil the eait aide
orttm aat half ot tno north "t quarter of aectlou
two 'J), townahlp fourteen U, aomh rane two
m ueat nflhe third 3) principle meridian, atlu
Mr in Alexander county, Ilnnola, end tliMonh
t quarter of the aouth eaat nnitter f.f
tlon thlrly-Hre SSJ. tnwnahipthtrUen 1 131. aouth
range twot2)t or. the third 3 principle me.
ridian, con.ainln forly 40) acrea, eitnated in
union county, IIIidoK
The paymenta to maile aa followa, tlx:
one-third cah in band, the balance in atx montha
from the dale of aale, aeeured by note and aale
mortKageou thepremiaea aold.
, , MOSES Hl'T?ON,
Adminlatrator cum tntamnto nunen of the eetate
of Jacob Cauble, deceaaed.
May llh. It7i.
Oreen A Oilber:, Att'ya.
KranV Ilurna, defendant. It notified that
on Ihe first day or Mar, 1872,
Amanda Ihirna, complainant, tiled her
bill In chancery tor divorce, in tbe Alexander
county Circuit Court, alate of lll'nole, and that
aald autt la now pending in aid court. A aunv
inonawaa laaued out of the cleriN office of aanl
court against you, returnable on the ftnt Monday
ol July next, to a term of aad court then to Iw
holden at tbe Conn Home in Cairo, In aald
, JOHN Q.HARMAN. Clerk.
Dle. May1at,lf7i. S.S.Iltwat.
Oreen A Gilbert, aolicitora for complainant.
A. X. Cheney, defendant, ia notified that on the
lltli day ot March, Wit. a writ ot attachment waa
laaueJ out of the clerk- otAce of the Alexander
Countr Circuit Court lu the Htate of Illinoia,
agatnat your palate, returnable on thefirat Mop.
day In April, 17J, n the anit of Thoinaa J. Eat,
plaint. rl. for the auin of tin CI and accruing In
tereil, which writ haa been exec'ned, and aald
auit i now pending in raid tourt. Unleai vou
almll appear on the relnrn day thereof. Judgment
will l rendered agHlnat you. and the tfarniahee
avtved In anid cauae required to anawer, and be
dealt with according to law. Dated, March J.'th,
1K7Z. JDII.NQ. HAK.MAN. Clerk.
Allen, Mulkey A Wheeler, atr (or plalnlitf.
A. N. Cheney, defendant, fa notified thai on the
ltlh dny of March, IS72, a writ of attnehment waa
itaued out of the clerk's office of the Alexander
County Circuit Court, in Ihe Htate of Illinoia.
aainat your elate, returnable on the firxt Men
dav In Ann!. A. I). 1872. at the ault ot Nat.ian M
Thompaon, piaintitt, for Hie um ol Stls 84 and
accruing tntercat, which writ haa been executed,
nnd mldautt la now pendinu In a'lid court, t'nleaa
you aopear on the retu n day thereof, Judgment
win ik) eniereii ngainai you, nnu me varnianee
aerred In aald can-e required lo nntwer, and be
dealt with according to law. Dated, Mareb lUh.
1872. JOHN O. HAltMA.N. Clerk.
Alkn, Mulkoy A Wheeler, aft'ja for plaintiff.
A. N. Chener. defendant. I natified that on tha
14th day of March, 172. a writ ol attachment waa
itaued out of the cleik'a orbce, of Hie Alexander
County Circuit Court, in llio IState of Illinoia,
agalnirtyouretlatc, returnable nnthefir't Mon
day in April, 1H72, at the auit of Jamea Y. Clem
aon, platntllt, for the aum of $101 0 nnd accruing
intereat, which writ hna been executed, and arthl
tut Is now pending in aald ccurt. Unlets you
hall appear on the return day thereof, Judgment
will be entered agalrat you, and the garnlahee
afrvcil in aald eailae renufred to aniwer. and he
dealt with according to law. Dated March 15th,
i or.:. junn . riAii.'iA., uierx.
Allen. Mulkey A Whet-ler, alt') a lor plaintiff,
6-i! tt I
Htate of Illinoia. Alexander county. .
In tho circuit court of anld county of Alexander,
.Miiy lerin, ie;x. i-.ntnneiii neniii v, Atliaei
Hewitt. In Chancery; for Divorce,
Athdavlt of the iion-ieaidence of Anhaet Hewitt
the above mini ed Uefandant hnvinir been filed inthe
clerk'a office of anidcnurt.not'ceia tliereforohere.
tiv given to trie aaiu Annuel itewtii mat tne coin
plalnant filed her bill of complaint In mid court
of chancery aiiie thereof on the 22d day ol April,
1672, and that thereupon a summons laaued out
of sal I court returnable on the llrt Monday in
the month of July next, n by law required.
Now, unleaa you, tho aald Annuel Hewitt, anali
personally be nod appear before theCircuit Court
of Alexander county ou the lira! d.iy nf the term
thereof, to be holden at tha Court llouae in the
city at Cairo, in aald county, on the ft ret Monday
in Juiy next, ana picnu, nnaiaer or aemur to tue
said comDlafnant'a bill ol cnmnUlut. tho aame
and the maltera and things therein charged aud
siaienwiii ne inKen as conieaaeu, nnu ft uecree
enleied against you accordinj; to the prayer of
JOHN tj. HAHJIAX, Clfrk.
Cairo, Illinoia, April liJd, IH7.'.
II. W. Webb, Coinp'a Sol'r. 1 !!l4t.
Leaal notice ia hereby uivtn that Samuel Blnala
Taylor and Edwin 1'araoua, t tiateenof the Cairo
City Property, have tiled their bill lu chancery, to
enforce vendors lien, In tho Circuit Court ot Al
exander county, slate of Illinois, against ElltA
beth Flligerald, now Elizabeth Cosiello, and I',
Coatello, her huabaud. That aald suit la now
pending in aald court', and that the time and
piaco oi (lie loturn m iu summons issued in
snld cause ia the first Monday In Jlllv. a. I). 1872.
at tha term of said court then to be holden ut tbo
Court House in Cairo, Aiexanuer county, state ot
,ll"'0l,' JOHN Q. HAItMAN, Clork.
Cairo, May 2nd, 1872. 8-2dltw4t.
Eatate ot Mitchell Utnre, debased.
The undersigned having been appolnU'l a t
minlstrntrix or the estala nf Mitchell I.aiare,
late of the county or Alexander and state ol Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gives notice that the w ill
appear belore tha County Court of Alexander
county, at the Court Housa in Cairo, at (ho July
term, on Ihe third, Monday la July next, at which
tima all parsons having claims against said eat tie
are notified and requested to attend for the pur
pot ol having the same adjusted. All persona
inueoiea lo nam eaiaie ern requevieu ui ninao iru
meuiaia payment luine unoeraigna i.
BULLETIN RniT.nTNfi WASHTNfiTON-
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SIGN OF THE
Dated fids 7th dav of Mav. Ai I) I87J.
.i)w, BMII.T UZAaE, Administratrix,
BARCLAY BR0THR S,
7S OHIO, LI'.VEE,
Wholesale and Tletall
PAINT & OIL DEALERS.
Wo keep a lull stock of Pure Druga and
Alao a complete lina of toilet articles, Im
ported and American Soaps,
Together with a large assortment of Prugglata
An effectual prerentlre ot Cholera, Typhoid
Keier, Mnall-I'ox, Scarlet Fever, Steaaels, Cat
tle Disenae. nnd all pestilential and contagious
diseases. It is put up ia patbonrd cartons, tbe
lop of which contain perforations, from which
it can be sprinkled as from a pepper box. Hold
by BARCLAY BROrf.
The retail price ! 22 cents per package,
(Proceedings of the Board of Health Official.)
Oreicx IIoad or Hiilth, St. I-ona. 2.1 May,
1K71. The resident physicians atates that he lias
used, in the city hospital, the cnrlsitia acid
powder and finds it the !iot ilUlnfecfiint snd
dettrayer of buga, ants, cockroaches, Ao , ol
which hu has knowledge. Your committee re
commends the purchase of this powder for He
in Ihe hospitals,
IMgncd) 11. II. O-nitlEN,
Clerk Board ot Health.
We are now In receipt (fa fresh stock of
For Hie season ; also a full line of
Aud Palmers Material generally.
Do you wish lo receive all the Ircnenetita of
Jt-,BLUE LICK, Ky.
without the expenae of a trip to thoae reiorta.
If so.npplv lo in. We receive these waters di
real freni the apringa. and are prepared to fur
nish them pure, ICE COLD, Fresh and Miely
from our counter. Poranua living at n distance,
or who wish to have the water in their houses,
can.be supplied withrlaratoga'iii bottles and Blue
Lick in bottles, kegs and carrels. Call and get
aclrcular in rennnl to tho medicinal virtues ot
these noted waters,
NO'I ICE: Hy virtue of nn order and decree of
thecircult court of Alexander county. Illinois,
mado on the petition of the undersigned, aimln.
laiMtor de bonis non of Ihe estate of Charles
Kuril, deceaaed, for leave In sell the real estate
of said doceased. at the April term, A. V, 1872, of
aald court, I shall on the atli day of June, A. 1.
Is72, between tne houra nf 10 o'clock a.ui,, and
4 o'clock, p.m., of said day, sell at public sale,
nt the door ol'lhe court house in the ulty of
Cairo, in said county and Htate, the following
described real estate, situated lu the city f Cairo,
county of Alexander and alate of Illinois, to-wlt:
Lot number ten (10) nnd f)v" feet off the east
aide of lot numlier eleven (II) In block num.
bered twenty-three (23) as the. same aro known
and described on Hie recorded man, or plat, of
said olty ol Cairo.
Tho payments lo he muds as follows t One-half
cash in baud, Die balance in six months from
day of tale, tha purchaser to give hie note bear,
ing six per cent, lulereat, secured by a mortgage
with power of sals, on tha premises sold, lo se
cure the unpaid portion of lbs purchase money,
. . , GKORfJE FISHER, '
Administrator- da bonis non of tha eatsts of Chaf .
lea Kurts, deceaaed,
April Kill, 172. J-2Jwti
St. Louis Advertisements. 1 IMMENSE EXCITEMENT.
T II E
To buy the Celebrated
AND BEST QUALITIES OF
AND ALL KINDS OF
AT THE VEHY
and CU North Main Street,
ST. LOUIS, 3IO.,
Halearoomi of the
Excelsior Mnttafaiclnrlnir Comtianr.
Principal Office 104 Fifth St., Ciu., O
THE ONLY RELIABLE OIFT ENTERPRISE
IN THE COUNTRY !
S60 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo distributed in
Ij . X) . S E ' S
155th Regular Monthly
To be drawn Monday, June 3J, MI.
Two GrtA.si) Capitals of
$5,000 In Greenbacks!
Two Prizes $1,000 J
rive rri7.es. ouo z
Ten Prir.es 100
One Herae and Bugry with ilver-Mnunled liar
ness, worth JoOi each.
One fine-toned Rosewood Piano, worth SJOO.
Ten fnmilv aewlnrr miichlnea. worth ftini An-i..
Five heavy cased gold hunting watches and heavy
tr 1,1 fllinln. irnrlt, ftuw, L-'u.. i . '
ec -' i-n. rim ROI I Ainer
lean hunting watches woith II2J each. Ten
ladles gold huntlnir watclies worth )M each.
Kight hundred gold and silver lever hunllnr
watches, In all, worth from SJi) to poo. Ladles'
gold leonlino chains, gent's gold vest cnalns,
solid and double plated silver tnble nnd lea'
aponns, photograph nlbums.Jewelry, etc., etc.
hole number of gills, K.oou. Tickets limited to
Agenti wanted to eell flekets to whom llljeral
premiums will be pmd.
Mcgie tickets oho dollar i six tickets tlvo dol
lars ; twelvo tickets, ten dollars; twenty.five
circulars containing n full list of prises, ade.
acrlptlon of the manner ot drawing, and other
information In reference to the distribution, will
be sent to anyone ordering them. All letters
uiusi uoauuresaeuio U It, BlIslJ. jinx, eo,
";. ... . Cincinnati, O.
101 West ilh M., norJ-wAdly
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Leoai.izkd by State Authority and
Drawn in Public in St. Louih.
Grand Single Number Scheme.
Class E, to be Drawn May 31, 187'-',
C,880 Prlxes, Amounting to $300,000.
1 Pritenf ..WI,fiO0
1 " uf. n.t'iO
1 " of 1U.MK)
1 " of. 7,l
4 " of. ,
4 " ol 2,Si")
20 " of 1,0(10
2U " of. fiO
41) of Ml)
fVO Prltosof. I 100
U " of l,l0
U " ot SOO
9 " of. :wo
" or 240
30 of 2(0
M " of 150
lw) " of Its!
HM of 10
Tickets $10; Half Tickets, $5: Quartor
Tickots, $2 CO.
Our lotteries aro chartered by the Plate, are
always drawn at the lime named, and all draw
lugs are under the supervision of sworn com
missioners, Tho olllclnl drawing will be published In the
fit. Louis papers and a copy sent to purchasers
We will draw aslmllar scheme the last day of
every monui miring mo enr iai..
Remltat our risk by roatntlice money order.
rei'alered letter, dralt or expreaa. rtend for ctr-
P. O. box 2tt.
MURRAY, MILLER A CO.,
at, Louis, Mo.
R SALE, 1 Fr Bala f FOR SALE,
Faro from Liverpool,
Furo front Lonscndehrt
Faro from Olasoow,
Faro front Queknbtown
'10 CAIRO, ; : ; : : i : : $4 8' 2 0
Satlord, Morris A Ca
Liverpool New-Tork ahd Pjiiladelphla
VXOSB CONTaACT WIT! I'NITIO STSVU 10 SSIIUU
For Carrying the Malls,
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
on rcamae laroaaaTioa
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
IS Broadway, New. York, or lo
Watblnglon Avenue, Caire. nois. ji
BnTTt-1 T a mr. . .
I n. i i n'l'H'wii ra aaasaar a ta.i aaamf iimw
Grand Opening at Cunningham's
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r.vory noc-r oi nis totnmoaious Kstabllshment Is literally packed with goods. Ontk
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Of OVOrV tlcCrlntlon. nil f nrhleh siflll bn atin.n n ..11... 1... .1. - . ..n..
niiLuiivu BBiL'smen, Among ttic
. WILL BE FOUND
CHINESE GRASS CLOTHS,
BEAVER BRAND PURE MOHAIR,
BISHOP AND LINEN LAWN
PKKCALES AND OIQUES
LINEN GOODS, CALICOES, & DOLLY VARDEN PRINTS
Of ovory variety. Tho stock of ladies
WHITE GOODS, SILKS AND SATINS,
is iuii. cotnnioto ana lasiiioiinbio. Amnne iim single nf ftsnv nnnnn ...
eicirnni inrcau anu uuipuro Jncc, L'ollnrs and L'ufls, Ribbons, Ladies' Neckties
Dolly Vardcn Bows and Gloves.
JOSEPH'S FAR-FAMED KID GLOVES
will bo sold at $1 00 por pair, loarrttnfco'. Cunningham exhibits a full line of
IF I IST IE HOSIERY
Of every description. Fifty dozen pair of tho Balbraggin Silk Erabroidared, will
be retailed at from 75 conts to $1 25 per pair. Thejo hosu aro Imported, aro of Irish
manufacture, and aro now counlod tho best and handsomest In tho market. Tho stock ct
white & colored o?-a.bxjH iDiasnsiisr,
SHEETINGS, TOWELING, ETC., ETC.,
Is undoubtedly finer than has evor beon brought to this raarkat, and will ba found
to contain varieties suited to every tasto and avory pocket. Those beautiful OTTO
MAN SHAWLS AND SCARFS aro being stld at astonishing low figures, and tho
stock of Muslins and Piece Goods, which Includes Broadcloths, Cassimeres, &c, ia
large and well selected. Gentlemen can be furnished with all sorts of Underwear,
Whlto Shitts, &c, of tho very best tnako. The
Which occupies tho second floor, contains undoubtedly tho most elegant variety
evir exhibited in this city. Brussels, Tapestry, Thrco and Two-Plv Matting, Oil
Clotn, Stair Carpels, Rugs, &c. On this floor aUo, la u handsomo lino o'f
SOOTS AKD SHOES,
Made in tto latest stylo and sold at low figures j and a lino assortment of
SPRING AND SUMMER HATS AND CAPS.
Mr. Cuningharn, nltvaysstudying tbo taste and needs of his patrons and the publ
generally. Invites them cordially to call and oxnmlno his display ol Spring and Sui
mer uooas, sniisucu mar, nowuero olso in the city will thoy bo shown nnor goods
Our Home Advertisers.
t'OMHINMIO.V AND rORWAHUINU.
CLOSE & VINCENT,
DEALEE3 I3ST liljVEE,
Cement, Plaster Paris,
P L A S T E R E R'S II A 1 R,
Corner ElKbiu 8 1 reel nrttl Ohio Levee,
Our Home Advertiser
II. M. HULEN,
GROCER nnd CONFECTION
Aud Dealer in Foreign Fruit &Ntttri,
No. 134 Commereial-nve.,
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
PRODUCE & COMMISSION
No. 70 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, IXLINOIH.
rftneclal attention rrlven to Iconilirnmenta on
WOOD RITTEN HOUSE,
General Commission Merchant
133 01IIO LEVEE,
r.. Ii. MATIIUrsS.. K. C .L'UL
MATHUSS & UHL,
Commissi on M e r c hants,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUC
NO. ai OHIO I.B VKK.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS iron FAIRBANKS SCALES,
UloO Levee, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
T. M. PHILLIPS Si CO.,
(Hncceasore to E. I). Ileudrtcas A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal Advancements mad SSg
upou Consignments. sBeSp
Are prepared to receive, store and forward
freights to all points and buy aad
sell on commission.
SWBualness attended lo promptly. ,
STRATTON k BIRD,
(Sucoeasora toStratlon, HudiouA Clark,)
G7 Ohio Levee, Cairo, IUinoit
JOHN B. WILLIS ii SON,
(8ucceasors lo John B. Phlllie.)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, See.,
Com. TKMTH-ST. aid OHIO ISff