OFFICE, BXTIiXiETI3r BTJIIDIDIILirGr-, COH. 12TI3: 8TEHB1 'WASHINGTOK A.V0E31T-LrE
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO., PROPRIETORS.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1872.
Our Homo Advertisers.
M HS. MoGEE,
On Eighth Btrett. between Commercial and Wash
Ington Avenue., Ii dally receiving
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
, or tii
LATXIT RPXINa axd bcmuek httlks.
llesldtai full Use of
B01T1TET8 & HATS
(Trimmed anil untrlmtneil,
FRENCH FLOWERS. RtnnONa, TltlMMIN(19
of Ml kio'l.. Laces, etc., ls.
Mr. Jlrflr. iti ,,o a lara-a asaortinent of
NECK TIEH. COLLAR. X'NDEIWLKEVEM,
MUHKH, HASIIK3, FANH,,
Ami .11 other articles usually found In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STOltK
Mr. Metis. In addition tn her 'iok of Fancy
.1x1 Millinery (londa, hat . Ann and eampl.ie aa
eorlmei.t 01 Cincinnati Custom Madt Ladlea
.sad Mlttea' Hhoea and Childreni' boots. Msck
sod In Colon. These, are acknowledged to be
ifi. flnett .ml best .hoes in the market, atd Ihla
I. the only place In the city that tnak.i tuttn a
MRS. M. SWANDER,
baa op.ned out an eitenslt. aloek ol
All ol which areentlr.lv new d of (he very
LATEST SPUING GOODS.
HATS, HONNETS RIBBONS,
And an elesant astortment of
I.ACtH, rRIN0R5, KID OLOVKM, HOSIERY
end all articles usually V j.C In a Brit-class trill
Mrr. Nwaridtr Invites lb. public teal and In
ft tot hr nek, whieh sue will lake plesiure In
showing old m well at or customers.
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
a mi 1
fitter, ana Plumber', material, Weo
pump, glut auH aor.e valves, atop
uwkt, check TMsi,tc.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV
DAN. V001UIKKS WRITES A LETTER.
CONGRESS TO ADJOURN .MAY ).
iuo aster roa
rutUUrvlbera Patient Dry Meter
And Moreh.ute, Well. A Co'. Automatic Wat.t
Indicator aad rin pply Yalta for ttm boiler..
wintek'b BLOCK, COWVUKCIAL-AVKNU
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail
CORNER 32D-8TKEKT AND OIHO I.EVtk
otuir P. UAMiti.r.
DAN. VOOltllRKit' VlKWr).
Terrk Haute, Ind, May 20. TI10 fol
lowing loiter from Hon. D. W. Voorhecs
ha. juit been received by J. C. lirigi,
prosecutor fur tliii judicial circuit:
Wasiiinotox, May 17.
Dear Captain Your luvor is ul limid.
The idcH that 1 would, under uny circum
stances, iu)ort Grant seems too ridiculous
for seriout contradiction. Tlio statement
to thnt cflect nru maliclouily iind absurdly
false. Tliu rituon why I will not support
Groeloy, i. tbat lio It no better t tin n Urunt
In any respect, and on eutno point ho
ii worc. Tlil win my meaning when
apeaklng In tlio liouso. No honest itrjd
mtelliuenl democrat can aupport either
Uraiit or Greeley without flnt ubaudon
ti(; bin principles ; flround wuturc&r. rnin
tle more easily and consistently than could
I becomo an adherent of cither of them. 1
hall itand by my sincere and life-long
principles; if I-did olhcrwiu 1 would bo
adlihoneU man, unworthy of my own re
spect or tho resjicct of any body ole. If
lor this course 1 am to be condemned, 1
am entirely content; I would not lake uny
other lor all the honors the world baa to
give. I confidently believe, however,
that tho great national democratic party
will rot commit n disgraceful suicide- at
Unltimore on the 9th of July. I bolievo
it will bu guided by principle and honor
and present candidates fur whom thu truu
and honest muoea of tlio democracy can
vote with telf re'pect, and I (hall lahor to
bririt; about audi a result. Others nru
1h!hinU to nominrd! Oreeloy thi mojt
oditis man to the democratic party in the
United StAt. 1 nm willing that tho
public may judge between them and mo
and dcluriiiino who lias been truu to hlm
aelf, to bis party, and to his convictions.
Yours truly, " D. W. Voouiieki.
TUE MllKKAlJt OK TKS'.Sr.lirE.
Namivili.c, May 20. A meeting of
citizens, irrespective: of party, called by
Judgn East, chairmar. of tho'stato libera-!
republican committee, to luiji'st u peo
pl'a electoral ticket, pledged to aupport
(ireeley and Drown, to-d.iv. nominated
Thoa. A. R. Notion and fcint-raoti Eth
ridue electors for tho atatn at large, mid
remitted the question of district electors
to the congreuional districts. It the dis
trict, do not act, the central executive
committee is authorized to complete the
ticket, and to mnnagii tho canvnaa to se
cure harmonious action of the whole peo
ple lor tirevloy anil ilrotrn.
New York, May 'JO. Mnil advices
from Hitvti statu trreitt excltemeiil wa oc
casioned at Cup llayti on tho lUth of
April bv lh lamlintr ol it boat s crew iroiu
the United States atviimer Nantuckft, at
itrrenirp, for howetr.er ttrarttce. uencritl
Alexis, commnndor of thu diMiartment,
chose to consider it n hostile act, and dis
patched troops to ascertain tlio
tasou ot mo landing 01 loreimi
tins, mid remonstrated with the
American consul. At the request of th
utter, Cnplaln Carpentor embarked the
guna nnu men mid proceeded to rort utl
'rince, wheroTthe Uavtlan foreign secre-
tarv made it demand on the United States
egation for iintaul riaration for the in-
Wakiiimoto.v. Mav 'JO. Mr. Dawes in
tlio housii to.rflny, moved to auspend tlio
rules and concur in the senate resolution
for tlnal adjournment on tlio '-"Jth of May.
Agreed to, yea?, 102; nay ol. The an
nouncement ot huh result was receiver
with clapping of hands and general jubi
lation umonj; tho members.
BURNETT St CO.
itiaitr.sr casu prior taid roa niDE.
Messrs. Burnett & C'o.,Thorntori'a block,
Tenth street, aro prepared to pay tho 1 high
est cash price for article! in their' lino, as
follow a :
Prime Mink $M5 to 2.2S
" Raccoon COc to COc
Musk Rat 10 to ir
" Wild Cat 40 to f.0
I. Opossum... - 10to 12
Otter 5.00 to 6.00
11 Reaver Skint 6.00 to 7.0(1
01 tn 10
l'J to 14i
OrAirn SalL Via and calf.....
Deer Skims.. -6 to :ific
For other, articles, such as rags, feath
ers, bees wax, wool and tallow, wo will day
tho highest market prices.
BUHNSTT ds Co,,
Thornton's block, Tenth street., Cairo, 111.
U, LETT A CO. PAY THE HIOUKST MARKET
Below will be found the corrected list
of prices paid by II. Levy & Co., for
liia os, rurs, feathers, wool, tallow, fees,
wax, and all kinds of country produce
Levy k Co, do a very large trade in their
line, and it is a well known fact that thoy
always pay the highest prices to bo ob
tained in this market They aro now
Mink 2 OOa'J 25
Raccoon , 00
House Cat - lOn 15
Musk Rat 15
Oltttr 5 00 a 7 00
Roar Skins S 00 a t) 00
Beaver. Dor pound t0 a 70
' HIDE, PE POUND
Boor Hides, Dry Salt
1 Uruun Salt
Tallow, per pound
Feathers, " "
Wool, " "
Haaasvav " 11
The abcye price list Ii subject to correc
271 a 87
18) a 'JO
V a l-
60 a 06
00 a 70
tiny and prices aro weakening. Since Inst
1 car "Gilt Edged" Timothy
del, told at $20 00
C " Choice Timothy del....'J4 0025 00
2 " Primo Mixed " .... J4 00
2 " Cholco " " .... 24 00
BUTTER. All grades dull and plenty.
Wo nolo talcs of
10 pkgs Choice Northern $2G 00
40 buckets " " 20c2oc
EGGS. Dull ot quotations. 1,800 doz.
old at 12 cents.
CHICKENS. Quiet as previously
quoted. Sales reported arc
7coops, choico mixed, $ 4 004 'Jo
1 " ' " hern, $1 25
CO dozen " " S 26
MEAL. Is very activo, and prices are
advauciug. Thu stock is very light. Sales
sinco last review are
100 bbla. Steam Dried on
track $3 00
100 bbla. Steam Drlod, del.... 3 00
'J00 Kiln " " ....3 00 3 10
300 " "Evening Star," City
Mills, Steam Dried 3 10 3 16
PROVISIONS. Quotations rule as
previously reported. Thu demand is some
what Improved. Few tales are reported
and consist of
Stubs, Lard...... 0c
1 tlerco " 9c
600 lbs Ilam, Racun 11c
5000 ' Clear Sides, Racon 7o
1000 " Sugar Cured Ilamt, canvassed l'Jc
POTATOES. New aru worth about
8 00 per barrel. No sales reported.
ONIONS. 10 barrels New sold to-Jay
at $(J 00.
(it a V It J to 7K I lire flint .... ICc
uurt-j " y lovs IT) Halt.....-..-. lIJi
(ireeu Calf V Iu.UUhU I Sheep pelt a i
CureV " H t fS!i I
.2 23 1 luiry r Ul
lint-erut....t lUlot I'll (iunpowder
Dolour biucLKutu 1 'JO I Yuuu llys'n t
Jaia .S'xMu3t Lagcaera.
Klu, prim to clinlce
I.AKls In tierces per lb
In kegs ,.
llAMH Sugar cured '
Hrioulders bacon '
Kanawha per tU
!i to tii
,.'Jt lb 114
S to 9
Otaluuaatutl ro tail of.
Unions, per M.I2 V, Hutatoea.clio per tU 3 11
New York factor; near
Common House, pr dot. .......
Choice lu Kxtra "
,.......S W to-S 7!
.......i UO to & Ssl
llmwai and Tstllow t
!!.. M :ii 1 Tallow...... ...
tUtsira aud fiyrupa.
KUtiAH New Orleans urunetu choice 11 to 12c
CouVe A . luStoH
Crnshe l und PnderedM... ltVj lu lie
liiaiiulAled lsStu L'
sYKUI'S-Jhoice to to SI
.New Orleans llrw tU to C3C
wrlne J-lax 80c
I'lmotlir, per 0uhel
Out or Greelky. lion. Wm A.
Richardson, at the liberal ratification meet
ing ut Quincy on Inst Saturdny night,
camo out squarely in favor of tho Cincin
nati ticket to beat Grant. And so has
lion. Jnmrs C. Robinson one of tho best
men in tho ranks of the Illinois domocrncy
Wlueti and Uqnorai
URANDY Hennesaj per trail beet 7 e
B.giieite " ov
WINE I'ort t Ml to 3 (
bherry 2 25 to 3 21
Catawba 2 Ml
Caret tier case . 6 00
WHPiKY-Hectirled SS to 1 K
liomtion 3 on
itve 2 :e
Wheat neir 1 CO
Hlh Wines..... 1 I
Mondny Erenini;, May W, U'i.
Uuiiness opened generally nctivo to
day ; tho mnrkot for corn of nil kinds is
vory active; tho demand Is fur from be-
ng suppliod. Both Oats and Uny nru
plunty and weaker to-uity ; uumitnti lull
The weather, which has been variable
it now pleasant, but warm.
jgL't and Butter, plenty aud dul
Chickens In good supply and fair demand,
new Onions and Potatoes aro appearing in
tho nmrkot Potatoes selling at $8 und
Onions at SO ' bbl.
Correspondents must bear lu mind that
our Inside figures ropresent prices in round
lota from first handr, and outside figures
prices for sules mado in small lots 011 or
FLOUR. Cholco grades nro In fair do
maud at quotations. Low grades dull
and unchanged, Sales reported uro light
and consist cf
J00 bbls various grades $0 0010 60
420 " " " on or
ders 6 onll 60
50 bbls low Family 10 00
CORN. Very active and very scarce.
Prices are firm as quoted, whito telling
readily at 65c and mixed at COe In sacks
delivered. Wo nolo sales to-diiy ot
3 cars mixed, in snolts, del.... 00c
B " Whito In Hacks del C6c
J100 nacks "White ,del C5u
OATS Have experienced a decline at
Now Orluans which will all'ect.tho market
hero. TJiero are plenty in the market and
prices are wean and fluctuating. Sules to
3 cars Galena, in sacks, dol 40,,.
. w f .1 11 .
1 JlXCtt , 48n
300 sacks, " 48e
HAY. The market It well supplied to
inifs......lh; to VJ)i: I Ilurlapa 23We
tie.... I Twit Hemp.2. to 'MX
2 SO to 2 tO
Compressed .1 SS
Uncompressed 1 It
To Naw York nor bbl
to notion per oui
r'rotn Cairo to.
riuur, pri oui .1
y, per ion
Corn, Kr cwt
Data, nor cwt
rotaiota, per ui
Applet, per hbl
rora. ueruoi .
I 3 B
a- ? From Cairo to "5-
Coal Oil per r
looacco err 11
Cotton per U
. I 7
SIGN OF THE
BARCLAY BROTH ERS,
74 OHIO. LEVEK,
Wholesale and Ketall
PAINT & OIL DEALERS.
We Veep a lull slock of I'ure lirugs and
Also a complete lint of loiltt articles, I in
ported and American .Soaps,
rofc-rthcT with a larxe assortment of Druggists
Ut. Vtasov, 111., April 11, 1672.
KJittr Cit'io llultitin:
Una Hia Pleare to announce nm at a candl
dale for Clerk of the Supreme Court, Southern
Orand Ilivialinnt Illinolf . TlienewrmistitiUloii
provide, that tha Cletka ol the Hupreme Court
shall hereafter be elected at the Isoyembtr elec
tion, instead of the June electlau at berelore.
The successor of the present incumbents are.
to be elected this coming fall, but will not qualify
until the present terms expire In 1873.
It. A. 1. WILUANKd.
An elle'tnsi preventive of Cholera, Typhoid
Keser, Mnall-I'ox, ecrlet Fever, Jteasela, Cat
tle IHen tud all iieti!untlnl and conticlout
dUcs.es. it is put up In patlos.r l carlun-, the
tops of which contain perforations, from which
It can he sprinkled as from a peuper box. rol l
by I1AKCLAY llltO-?.
The retail prlco is 25 cents per package.
(PrnceedmRs of the Hoard of Health Official,)
Orrici 1Iord or IIsslth, Sr, I.ot'ia,'J2d May,
lfil.Tlie resident physicians states that lie ha.
used, in the city hoc pit il, the carboilo aniii
puwiier and finds it the best disinfectant and
destroyer of hugs, ants, cockroaches, Au., ol
which he has knowledge. Your committee re
commends the purchase of this powder for use
in in noapuais.
imgncui ik. ji. w iiiii.s,
Clerk Hoard o liealth.
We ere now in receipt ef a fresh stock of
Kor the season i also a full lino of
Aud I'aiulers Materials generally.
St. Louis Advertisements.
T II k
To buy the Celebrated
AND IlKST qUALITIES OV
AND ALL KI.VDH Or
AT TlIK VKKY
612 and 014 North Main Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
Hsles rooms of the
Principal Office 104 Fifth St., Ciu., O
THE ONLY RELIABLE OIFT ENTEItPIlISE
IS THE COUNTRY !
S6O OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo distributed in
Ij. 3D. SIOSTE'S
l.'.Sth Itrillar Mopihly
To le drawn Monday, June 3d, lb'.
Two GitAxn Cai-italh ok
85,000 In Greenbacks I
Two Prizes $1,000 J
Flvo Prir-et 600 5.
THE LATEST ABMVAL OF DRY GOODS
Grand Opening at Cunningham's
One U.rsH nml Iluguy vtilh Hilver-Mounlcd Hai
nes., worth JfiO" each.
One fine-foned llosewood I'iano, worth l'00.
Ten family sewinit machines, worth $l(i each,
Kire heavvinsediold hunting walehea 11, id hcasy
g Id chains vtorih liu each. Kite Kul I Amer
ican hunting watches sro,th Vi'i each. Ten
ladies cold aiiulliK watches worth SlUl each.
Kipht hundreil gold and silver lever fiuntlnr
watchen, In all, worth from til 10 rum, I.die'
KOld leontine chillis, peril's gnli ti-st cnalns,
solid and double pitted silver tuble and tea
eMivns, photoKniph albums, jewelry, etc., etc.
Whole number of Kills, t;,l y. Tickets llinlleil to
Aents wanted to sell tickets to whom liberal
premiums will be paid.
MCKle tickets one dollar 1 six tickets fiveilrd-lnr-1
twelve lickels, ten dollars; twentv-tlvu
Cin ulars containing a full list of prizes, a de
scription of the manner et ilruwiotf. unit other
Information in reference to the distribution, III
be sent to any one ordering them. All letters
must be addressed to L. 11. frl.NK, llox, Ml,
orricK, Ciiiulnuatl, O,
101 West 5th M uov'2-wAdly
Mr. R. H. Cunningham has lately received (And is dally adding to it) one of the
Largest, Finest and most varied slock ot Dry Goodt aver brought totals market.
Every floor of his Commodious Establishment it literally packed with goodt. On tha
lovcr or llrst door may be fouud
Dress Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, Embroidery & Fancy Notions,
Of every description, all of wh'ch will bo ahon 11 to callers by the most polite and
attentive salesmen. Among the
WILL BE VOL'.VJ)
CHINESE GRASS CLOTHS,
BEAVER BRAND PURE MOHAIR,
BISHOP AND LINEN LAWNS,
PERCALES AND CIQUE3
LINEN GOODS, CALICOES, & DOLLY VARDEN PRINTS
Of every variety. Tho slock of ladies
- WHITE GOODS, SILKS AND SATINS,
Is full, complete nml fashionable. Amonj; the stock of FANCY GOODS are
elegant Thread and Gulpuro Laces, Collars and Culls, Ribbons, Ladles' Neckties
Dolly Vardr.n Hows nml Gloves.
JOSEPH'S FAR-FAMED KID GLOVES
will be sold at SI 00 per pair, warranltJ. Cunningham exhibit! a full lino of
IF1 1 1ST IB HOSIERY
Of evorv description. Fifty dozen pair of the llalbraggln Silk Embroidered, will
bo retailed ut from To cents to SI 'JO per pair. These hoto are imported, aro of Irlth
manufacture, and uruiiow counted the boUnnil handsomest in the market. Thu stock ct
WHITE & COLOEED TABLE XiliTElT,
SIIKKTINOS, TOWELING, ETC., ETC.,
Is undoubtedly finer than has over been brought to this market, and willljo found
to contain varieties suited to every tasto and every pocket. Those beautiful OTTO
MAN SHAWLS AND SCARFS aro beine sold at astonishinir low figures, and tha
stock of Muslins and Piece Goods, which Includes Broadcloth's, Catsimeres, Ac, is
largo and well selected. Gentlemen can be lurnisued with all sorts ot Underwear,
White Shltts, &c, cf the very best make. The
Which occupies tho second floor, contains undoubtedly tho most elegant variety
evr exhibited m this city. Brussels, Tapestry, Three a'nd Two-Ply Matting, Oil
Clotn, Stair Carpets, ltugs,'&c. On this floor also, Is a handsome lino of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Made in tlo latest stylo and fold at low figures; and a tine assortment of
SPUING AND SUMMER HATS AND CAPS.
Mr. Cuningham, always studying thu tnsto and needs of his patrons and tho public
generally, invites tlinm cordially to cull and examine his display ot Spring and Sum
mer Goods, satisfied that nowhere olso in tho city will they bo shown finer goods at
lower prices. -l-'JSdtf
Do you wish to receive .11 tha bsnenerll. of
Without the expense of atrip to those resorts
It ttn .nnl.ln 1,.. IV rfcfpivA ttlSHHW.terB dl
rent frsmihe springs, and are prepared to lur
nisli tlieiu pure, ICB COLD, Fresli and Lliely
from our couuter. 1'eraunt llvlni? ut a dlttanie,
nr who lsh to have Ihe water In their houses.
can.be supplied wlthSnratoga lll bottles nild Ulue
I.lck in hotlles, keK and barrels. Call and ftt
acircular In regard to the medicinal virtue, ol
these noted waters.
MISSOUlll STATE LOTTERY.
lxoalizkd iiv statk authouity and
Dkaw.n im Puhlic in St. Loi'ls.
Gnuul Siijglo Number Scliemc.
Claps E, to hk Dbaw.v May 31, 1871!.
6,880 Prizes, Amounting to $300,000.
1 Prlte of.......$W,isio
1 " of 13,tN)
1 " of m.isio
1 " of 7.6SSJ
4 " of S,(W
4 ' ol 2,M
2U " of. l,i
20 " of Xsj
10 " of. 610
Tickets $10; Half Tickets, $3: Quarter
Tickets, $2 50.
Our lotteries are chartered by tha State, are
alwaya drawn at Ihe limn named, und all draw
ing are under the supervision of sworn com
miiluner. The official drawing will be published In tho
Pt. Louis papers and a copy tent to purchasers
We nil I draw a similar scheme the last day of
e)ery month uurinx ilia e.ir ii-.
MUUHaV, MILLKH A CO,,
at. Louis, .Mo,
ion PrUeaof. 1 ino
9 " of l.issj
! " ot 600
'J ' of 300
II ' of. 2VI
ii " of V
ail of. 160
In) " of MI
Ml " of 10
Our Home Advertisers.
DEALERS IIN LIME,
Cemknt, Plastkr I'Ams,
PI, AST Ell KirS II A I It,
Comer Klsshlla Htreet nml Ohio I.evess,
Ktunitat our risk bv nostpfllca money order.
registered letter, diati or express, riend for cir
I'.O. box 2lt'l.
FOR SALE, 1 Kor Sal. -FOR SALE,
' I For Hale J
U-OR SALE. J Korbale 1 FOR BALK.
II. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits ANuta,
No. 134 Coiinnercial-nve.,
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
PRODUCE & COMMISSION
'u.76 0blu Levee, GA1KO, ILLINOIxs,
atsTHpeclal attention jjlven to (conalKatn.nta ou
Our Homo Advertisers.
Z. I). MATHU.'I.. k. c .uhl
MATUUSS & UHL,
COM MI SSIONMERC HANTS,
IIAV AND WESTERN PIIODUCK
MO. S4 OHIO LEVEE.
MILLER k PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS kor FAIUBANK'S SOALKS,
taloO Lavee. OAIKO, UUIOU,
Wills Ita clooiny nUcBdnnte, low npit
IU' deiireaalon, luvoluiitttry rntlNtilou.
lose or aemru, sponunlorrlnfit, loae ol
power, dlasy iseiul, loa l memory,
nml Ibreatenesl Imiirleuro nml Itnbtw
rlllta, MBil at lovereliru fiire 1st Itnnt.
Ulirey'a iiuiiteoimlttlo HpeslUe No
Tsveuty.elKltt. Cumposoil nt the uiusl vultia
b!e mild nd potent ;urntives. iney iue a
unite at the ronla ol tho m itlt r, toon up I n syt
tern, arrest the dl.charget, ,ind impart vigor and
auergy, lilo and vitalit) to tliu entile man. They
have cured thousands nf ea'es. Price. $5 pei
raektgetof fireboxes and a large 2 vial, which
I. very Important m ohttioate or old cases, or II
Str.lugleb'ix. Bold by all driHltt., aaJ teut
y inailonivcelpt ol price. AJJrsis Iliimhrey
Hpeeino Homtopathlu Mediolo Co., Mi Broad
way, K. Y. . , f. J0HUH. ,
pgisdtuwawly ,WJl, Cairo, Illinois
N(iTIPP'llr virtue nl an order and decree nf
the circuit court or Alexander county, Illinois,
made on Ihe petition of the undersigned, aim n
Islrutor de bonis lion of the estate of Charles
Kuril, deceased, for leave to sell the real estate
of said deceased, at tlio April term, A. U. Wl, of
mid court, I shall on the till day of June, A. V.
U72, between tne hour, of 10 o'clock a.m., and
4 0'elock, p.m., or said day, sell at public, sale,
at tho door of Ihe court house In the clly ot
Cairo, in said county and Htate. the following
desnribed real estate, titualcd liitlieeity i f Cairo,
county of Alexander and stale of Illinois, to-wit;
Lot number ten (IU) and live feet oil' Ihe east
aide of lot number eleven (11) In block num.
tiered twenly-three (23) aa tba aauiu are known
and described on Hie. recorded map, or plat, of
uuM nltr ol Cairo.
Tha i.uvnieiita to be made aa follows l One.half
cam in nanu, tne uamiice in si monin. iroiu
iiav nf sale, the litirchtaer to give hi. note bear.
ng six pero'ni, Interest, seemed by a mortgai
with power of tale, on the premise, told, to se
cure the unpaid portion of the luirchase money.
Administrator da bonis non of the estate of Char
lei Kuril, dictated,
April tttn, 1872. '2SsU
Faro from Liverpool,
Fare from Londonderry
Faro from Glasoow,
Fare from Queknbtown
TO CAIRO, ;;;.!:;: $48
dattord, Morrit A Ca
IN MAN LINE
Liverpool Mew. York and Philadelphia
cuts uosT.acT with initxo arans ae tains
Kor Carrying Ihe Mailt.
KOll PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rt .raaa i.roanttio
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aor.
ISBroadwaj, New.York, urtu
Watbluiilou Av.uu, Caira. suit, ji
WOOD RITTEN HOUSE,
General Commission Merclmnt
183 OHIO LEVEE,
t,Huree0(a toHtratlou, Hudson A Clark,)
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Hucceitort to E. B. H.ndrlcat Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal Adrancemsnla made atC&lif
VfsasV upon Consixnmtatt. bwSSj
Ar prepared to rev.lv. ttore and forward
freights to all point, and buy aad
tell on commlttion,
stsTBiiilneti ai (ended to prompUy;
C7 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illiuou
JOHN B. PJILLLS & SON,
(Buccestora to John 0. Phlllia,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Brn, tkc.,
Coa. TENTH-ST. akd OHIO L1TB
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