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JOHN H. OBERLY & CO., PROPRIETORS.
oppicb, BtrriXiE-riisr BTjiiiUiisro, ooia. 12TH street A.isrr -washiitgtok -A.VE:rrTj-E
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, MAY 23, J 872-
Our Homo Advertisers.
Oo KlgbthSlre!, between Commercial and Wi.li-
ii uny receiving
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATKIT BPIllKO AND lUUUEK BTILIS.
Ilesldes full line of
BOWNET8 Ac HATS
Trimmed ami untrlmtned,
FMNCU FLOWKIIS, ItlHil(iN3, TUIMMINOS
of all kinds. Laces, etc., etc.
Mrs. Mrdea im atso large assortment of
NECK. TIES. COLLAR. UNDnitHLF.EVKH,
And nil oiher articles usually found In
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STOKE
Mrs. Mcflee. In addition lo her stock of Finer
and Millinery flnnd. haa (In noil complete as
sortment Clocluntl Cutom Made Ladles'
sod Mlsse' fchoM and Children' ltooli, Illack
nd In Colon, These ere acknowledged to be
the floeat and best shoe in Km market, aid this
It the only place In I In city tliat makes them a
MRS. M. SWANDER,
ha opened out an extensive stock of
All ot which are tutlrelv caw and of the very
LATEST SPUING GOODS.
Til K STOCK COM PIUSES
HATS, BONNETS RIBHONS,
And an elegant assortment of
LACK, fBINOEJ, KID OLOVE1, HOSIERY
and all artlclee .usually kept In a Srst-class mil
kli. haanltr Invites tha puMic tocell and In
epect her stock, whieh she will take pleasure In
showing lo old ai well aa new cuatou er.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV
II. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Gaa Fitter'! and I'lumter'a material, Wwo
putopt, glub and ang.e valv.s, atop
cocks, check valves, etc.
auo aoisr voa
l ulU Brother I'Mlrsst llryUMlleter
And Moreheuse, Wells A Co'a Automatic Wal'
Indicator andbupply Yalta for steam boilers.
WINTaVi BLOCK, COMHrRCIAI.-A.YKSU
For Salu at Wholcaalo or Retui)
CORNER 32D-KTRKET AND 01110 I.EVKk
rvlllf . GAMBLE
BURNETT & CO.
II 1011 EAT CASH PRICE PAID fOR HIDES
Messrs. Burnett & Co.,Thornton's block,
Tenth street, are prepared to pay tho high
est caih price for articles In tbeir lino, at
follow a :
PrlmoMink $1.75 to 'J.2S
11 Raccoon 60o to COi
Muik Rat 10 lo Id
Wild Cat 40 to 60
Opossum... - 10to 12
t.l Otter o.OOtofl.Ob
Heaver Skins COO to 7.00
Green Salt i'J 10c
Green Salt, kip and calf. 12 to 14c
Deer Skins - to 35c
For other articles, luch as rugs, feath
on, bec wax, wool and tallow, wo will day
the highest market prices.
Burnett & Co.,
Thornton's block, Tenth street., Cairo, III.
THE FUR TRADE. "
H. X.KYY CO. PAT TI1E IIIOHEST UAHKKT
Below will be found tho corrected Hit
of pricos paid by II. Levy & Co., for
hides, fun, feathers, wool, tallow, bees
wax, and all kinds of country produce.
Levy & Co. do a very largo trado In their
line, and it It a well known (act that they
always pay tho highest prices to bo ob
talncd In this market. They are now
Beaver, per pound
1UUKH, PER POUND
vJloef Rides, Dry Salt
ii ii Green Salt
Tallow, par pound
M'-LIC DTTT T T7TI1 T XT
JLAA1J 1J U UUiUJ.in .
IVUV flUIDI TflT
ORKELEY'S OFFICIAL KOMINA-TIOJ).
HIS LETTER OF ACCEPTANCE.
HEARTY AGREEMENT WITH A
THE "WATCHWORD GOVERN
MENT JIY THE l'EOI'LE FOR
$2 00a 2 2&
10 IV 16
5 00ft 7 00
2 00 a 0 00
60 a 75
0 a 12J
GO a 70
25 a SB
The abeva nrlca list is subject to correc
orriciAi. notick to tut, (ikeklet or the
LlllKIlAL IIKI'UIILICA.V NOMI.s'ATIO.V.
Civcmxill, May 3, IS.'.
Dear Sir: Tho national convention ol
liberal republicans of tho United Stales
havo inttructcd tho underiined, presi
dent, vice-president and tecruturiet of tho
convention, to inform you that you havo
NOMINATED AH THE CANDIDATE
of the liberal republicans fur tlio presi
dency of the I' tilted States. We also sub
mit to you the nddren and rciolittiotit
unanimously adopted by tliu convention.
He pleuu'd to signify to us your acceptarn e
of the platform and nomination, und be
lieve ui, very truly, yours,
GEO. W.JULIAN, Vice-President.
Wm. E. McLean, .Ino. O. Davidson, J.
11. RlioDc.i, Secretaries.
Hon. Homo Greeley, Now York city.
MR. OREKLEV B REI'LV.
New Toak, May --)
Gentlemen : I havo chosen not to ac
knowledge your letter of tho 31 Inst., un
til I could learn how thu work of your
convention was received in all parti uf
our ureat countrv, and Judge whether that
work was approved and ratified by thu
mans ol our fellow citizens. Their re.
spouse has from dav to day reached mo
Ihroimh teleurams, letters and comments
of journalists independent of official pat
rotiaire and inditferent to the smiles or
frowns of power. The number and charac
ter of these unconstrained, unsolicited
utterances, satisfy mo that the movement
which found expression at Cincinnati, has
nir. NT a Mi' or ruiiLic approval,
and been hailed by a majority of our
countrvmen as tha harbincer ol a better
day for thii republic. I do not misinter
pret this approve as especially compli
mentary to mysclt, nor even to thechivul
rous and Juttly esteemed gentleman with
nhose name I thank your convention for
associating mine ; 1 receive and welcome
it as thu spontaneous and deiervcd tribute
to that admirable
tlatkorm or rr.i.Ncii'i.r.s
wherein your convention ao tersely, so
forcibly et forth the convictions which
impelled and tho purposes which guided
its course; a platform which, ratting be
hind it tho wreck and rubbish of worn tut
contentions and by-guno feuds, embodie
in tit and few words the needs and aspira
tions ot to-day. Though thousands stand
readv to condemn your every act, hardly
a syllable of criticism or cavil has been
aimed at your
of which tho substance 'may be fairly epi
tomized as follows: Firt all political
rights and franchises which have been ac
quired through our late bloody convulsion
must and shall b guaranteed,' maintuined,
enjoyed and respected.
Second All political rights and fran
chises which have been lost through that
convulsion should and must be promptly
reilorud und re-established, to that tiiero
shuil Lo henceforth
NO I'ROiCRIIIED CLASS
and no disfranchised casta within tho lim
its of our Union, whose long estranged
people shall reunito and fraternize upon
tho broad basis of universal amnesty with
Third. That, subject to our solemn
constitutional obligation to maintain equal
rights as citizens, our policy should aim at
and not at centralization; that tho civil
authority should be supremo over the
military"; that the writ of habeas corpus
should bo jealously upheld as the safe
guard of personul iroednm; that Individ
ual citizens should enjoy tho largest lib
erty consistent with public order, and that
there, shall bo no federal interference in
tho internal policy of tho several mutes
and municipalities, but that each shall bo
left free to rnforco tho rights and pro
mote tho well-being of its inhabitant by
such means as tho judgment of its own
pcoplo shall prescribe.
Fourth. '1 hero shall bo n renl, and not
merely a simulated
ItKVORM IN TIIK CIVIL SERVICE
of tho republic, to which end it isindls
penslblo that tho chief disponser of Its
vast official patronage shall bo shielded
from tho main temptation to uo thit
power selfishly by a rulo inexorably for
bidding and precluding his re-election.
That the raising of roventio, whethor by
tarilf or otherwise shall be recognized and
treated as tho peoples immediate business,
to bo shaped and directed by them
through their representatives in congress,
whoso action thereon thu president must
neither overrule by his veto, attempt to
dictate, nor presume to punish by bestow
ing ofllco only on those who agree'with him
or withdrawing it from those who do not.
Sixth. That tho public lands must bo
sacredly reserved for occupation and ac
quisition by cultivators, and not recklessly
squandered on projectors of railroads, and
for which our people have no present need,
and tho premature construction of which
aro annually plunging them Into deeper
and deeper abysses of foreign indebted
ness. Soventh. That the achievement of these
grand purposes of unlvorsal benollcenco is
expected and sought at tho hands of all
wuo approve incm irrespective oi pasi in-(Illations.
Eiclith. That tho public faith must, at
all hazards, bo maintuined and thu na
tional credit preserved,
vl..tl. nl.... .!..( j
-uiiii. iinv iiiu imiriOMSiii. uuvoieu
ness and Inestimable, services of our fellow
citizens who, as soldiers or sailors, upheld
tho flag and maintained
TIIK UNITY Or TIIK REPL'IILIC
shall over be gratefully remembered and
commanded tho assont of a largo majority
of our countrymen, who Joyfully adopt
them, as I do, as tho basis of a true, bo-
of h new departuro from tho Jealousies,
strites aim imtcs wnicn nave no longer
adequate inotlvo or evon plauslblo pretoxt,
into un atmojphcro of peace, fraternity
and mutual good will. In vain do tho
drill sergeants of tho decaying organization
llourish their truncheons angrily and in
sist thnt tho flics shall bo closed and
straightened. In vain do the whippcrs In
ot partio", onco vital because of the vital
needs of thu hour, protest against straying
and bolting, denounce men, nnwlso their
inferiors, as traitors ami renegades, and
threaten thorn with infamy and ruin. I
am conlldonl that.
TIIK AMERICAN TT.OTLY.
have already mado your canto their own;
fully resolved that tbeir bravo hearts and
strong arms shall bear it on to triumph.
In this faith and with the distinct under
standing that, if elected, I shall be presi
dent not of a purty but of tho wbolo peo
ple, I accept your nomination In the con
fident trust that tho masses of our coun
trymen, north and south, aro eager to
clasp hands acres the bloody chasm,
which has to long divided them, forgetting
that they have been enemies, in tho joy
ful consclousne-s that they are, and must
henceforth rcmaiji, brethren,
Hon. Carl Schurz, president, Hon. Geo.
W. Julian, vice-president, and Mcssr;
Writ. E. McLacu, Jno. G. Davidson, .1.
H. Rhodes, secretaries of tho national
convention of liberal republicans of the
A N S OVS VT.S1 KX TH.
Mi. Vuo, In., April II, it:..
F.ii'.tr Cxirt BulUlin:
l'aia Sia I'leaie to announce m a a candl'
dale f.ir Clik of the Kuprme Cuurt, Bmthern
Urand Dulil in ol lihnole. The new conntilutlon
prendm that th Cl' ol the ftuprrn" Court
ehall herenfier I elected at the November elec
tinn, lnnlea.1 of th Jun election a I'erelore.
The nuecettor of the pre,ent incumbent are
to b elected lhl coming fall, butwlll not qualify
until the preunt terms expire inU73.
It. A. I). WILIIANKI.
W A N T A D , A G E NTS!
SIMnl.M per month, everywhere, male and
female, to Introduce the the latot improved,
tno-t impe and peiVct MIL'TTI.I. SKtVlNCi
MACIilNr. ever Invented.- We ch.llente the
huiI J to ionixt ithll Pnoe only Un u?, and
I n.iiy vtarratiir.i tor n yeiri, man id;; trie
I Otitic lA k Mitel., altkr on te.lll l.te- The
I mine at all the hl.h priced nhuttle
machines. Al-O. the relebrattd nd
Ute-i COMMON HKX.E KAMILV SEWINfJ MA
CHINK. Price only SIS no, and fully warranted
l"Mie jere. 'Ihe-e machine- will tlteh, hem,
fell, tuck, quill, rord, bind, braid and embroider
In a mot euirior manner And are -minted
to do all work that can It dooeon any high-priced
machine in th world. For ctreul ra and tenna
addros H. W VNKOOP A CO , Mil ltidire avenue,
or I'. O, Uox, STJii Philadelphia, I'a, o-J3, 3mw.
A vl.tim "f -arly indlecretlnn, aiiin- nervous
debility, piemature decay, etc., having tried In
vain eveiy adverti-ed remedy, ha ilicovered
umple inejn-of feU-cure, wh.ch ho will end
fie to hu fellow firlereri', J. II. Heev, No. 71
Niiau nr.et.New Vork. aus.lwly
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL BANK
At Cairo, In the -tt of IllUini', at tke close of
huiloi .i, April rj!h,l57..
Loam and Diicotiots !
U. Ilnu J to aecure elr-
t h Hond on liHiid
other Sioek, Itonds and
Dnolrom IteilceinlnK and
Itrierve A'llt" Ki ,1J. Si
Hue from othn Nation!
Due I rnm other Hunln and
I ViSO W)
Other Heal E-tute.
Tuxes I aid
2 ..CCO (u
Checks and other Cash
111! la ol National llatiki
praeilonal Currency and
I.eul Tender Notes
-J JW.SiH n
I f.'.lM 80
t eir.,08j iu
Capital Stuck Tald In I leo.ooo 00
Mirplua Kumi vs,fi0 m
Ciieiilution lluiklnndius... W.iieo li
lAi'liKllf j 111 ,i
Imerrkl Vl.V'J ii
I'rntit aud l.oti .1,477 VI
line to ritute llanka
1 40,2s 07
HTATF. OK ILLINOIS, I
( CU,Ue 10
I. A. H. fallord. Cashier of tha City Notional
Hank of Cairo, do .olrmnly sue ,r that the abovn
etatrment la true to the beat ot my knowledge
A. . S AFFORD Cashier.
Fitbscilbed and sworn to before tue thin 2 J day
ol May, lb7.'.
vv . ii. aiuum ,
Coricct attakt )
V. I. Iliumii, "
It. II. CvaatHiiiuM, V Dlrectoia,
11. L. IliLimiT. J
St. Louis Advertisements.
T H K
To buy the Olebrated
THE LATEST ARRIVAL OF DRY GOODS
Grand Opening at Cunningham's
Mr. R. H. Cunningham has lately received (and is dally adding to It) one of tha
Largest, Finest and most varied slock of Dry Goods ever brought to this market
Kvery floor of his Commodious Establishment it literally packed with goods. Oath
and hkst QUAi.iTir.H ok , lo'ver or flrbt floor maybufouud
TlCIsT ZPHjA-TIEj. j Dress Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, Embroidery & Fancy Notions,
SIGN OF TIIK
F E N O E WIRE
AND ALL KINDS Or
AT THE VKltr
C12 and CM North Main Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
Haletrooms of ibn
Exerlalor IVstBtiraclarlnK Coiupntty.
74 OHIO, I.KVEE,
C -A. X jR O .
Wholioale and Retail
PAINT & OIL DEALERS.
We kenp it lull ttock of Pure Drug! and
ML E ID I O I IsT J53 S .
AI") a eompl.te Una of toilet artlclei, Im
ported ami Amencau Moapa,
fOKtther wltha large, uxortinent of DrU3Ji?t '
Principal Office 101 Fifth St., Chi., O
TIIK ONLY KKL1AIILK GIFT F.NTKIll'ltlSK
IN THE COUNTRY !
S60 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To be distributed in
Ii. ID. SINE'S
UJth Itrular Wonhly
To bo drawn Monday, June 3d, 1872.
Two Grand Capitals ov
$5,000 IN GllEENRACKSj
Of every description, nil of wh'ch will be shown to callers by the most polite and
attentive salesmen. Among the
WILL UE FOUND
CHINESE GRASS CLOTHS,
It LACK ALPACAS,
HEAVER RRAND PURE MOHAIR,
U1SHOP AND LINEN LAWNS,
PERCALES AND OIQUES
LINEN GOODS, CALICOES, & DOLLY VARDEN PRINTS
Of every variety. The stock of ladles
WHITE GOODS, SILKS AND SATINS,
Is full, complete and fashionable. Among the stock of FANCY GOODS are
elegant Thread and Gttipuru Laces, Collars ana Cutis, Ribbons, Ladies' Neckties
Dolly Vardcn Rows aud Gloves.
JOSEPH'S FAR-FAMED KID GLOVES
will be sold at SI 00 per pair, warranted. Cunningham exhibits a full line of
Of everv description. Fifty dozen pair of thu llalbraggln Silk Embroidered, will
be retailed at from 7o cents to $1 'J.1 per pair. These hose are imported, are of Irish
manufacture, and are now counted tho best aud handsomest la the market. The stock ct
WHITE &s COLOEED TABLE UN-BIT,
SIIEKTI.VGS, TOWELING, ETC., ETC.,
Is undoubtedly finer than has ever been brought to this market, and will be found
to contnin varieties suited to every taste and every pocket. Those beautiful OTTO-
JIAri SliAn Lb AMI bUAltta are being s-ld ut astonishing low ugures, ana toe
stock of Muslins and Piece Goods, which Includes Broadcloths, Cassimeros, Ac, it
largo and wtdl selected. Gentlemen can bo fr.rnisht-d with all sorts of Underwear,
v hue hlilru, ct tuo very best make. 1 no
Two Prize $1,000 J
Five Prizes 600 !L
An et!e.'tiiai preventive nl Cholera, Typhoid
Fever, rmall-l'ox, fcenrlet Fever, Slna-el", Cat
tle Dniea. and nil pHttileutinl and contSKloua
difiCivea. It Is put Up lo paitbnArd cartou1. the
tops of which contain perforations from which
It can be sprinkled a from a pepper box. -old
by IHHCl.AV HltO.
Tha retail price is 2.1 ceut per package.
(rroceedinR of th Hoard of Health Official.)
Ornrr Uoaatt or llviLTii, St. I.oi-m.42d May,
1S7I. The rendent phyloiana states that h hn
need, In the city honpital, the carbolic acid
(Kiwdcr and finds it the bet d!lnftactnnt ami
dolroyer of hues, nnts, cockroache Ao , ol
which lie ha knowledire, Ymir cninmitlee re
commnli th puri'hae of HiIk powder for tie
III the hniita.
(Sixne.li It. II. O'ntllKN,
Cloik Hoard nl Health .
We nr now in receipt i f a fieih Htock of
For the season ; alro a full line of
Aud Painters Material Keneralty.
These propositions so ably ana forcibly
iiresented In the piatrorm or your conven
tion have already fixed the attention and
NO I ICK: By vlrtim of an order and decree of
the circuit court of Alexander county, llllnoia,
mado on the petition of the underaixued, a Imln
latrator lit banla non of the aatatn of Charles
Hurts, deceased, for leave to sell tha real elale
of eiiiil iecead. at the April term, A. 1). Mi, of
u;,i court, I ahall on the Mil day of June, A. l.
UV2, between tun houra of 10 o'clock a.m., and
I o'clock, p.m., or aid day, aell at public sale,
at thu door ot the court hotiMt In the city of
Cairo, in eald county aud state, tho lollowlnR
described real estate, altualed in the city f Cairo,
county uf Alexander and alale ol lllinnia, to. wit:
Lot numberten (n)nd five feet off the eat
Hue oi lot milliner eieten til) in omen nuin
bernd twenty-three aa tha same are known
and decrllod on tlm recorded map, or plat, of
kiiil oitv nt Cairn.
The parmeuta to bo mado aa follows t One-hslf
cash In hand, the balance in six nioath from
dar of aale, tne purchaser to klve hia nolo hear
inir alx perceni. inlerast, amued by a inurtg(e
with power of sale, ou the premlata aold, to se
cure the unpaid portion of tha rurchatn inonay.
Admlnlatrator de bonis non ol the tsiata of Char.
Its Hurts, declassed,
April ttth, 1171. tlw
One llarsennd IHiRay with -ilver-Mounted
n'", v orm eacn.
One fine-toned Kotewood I'lano, worth S.'00,
lenf.unily -owlnit machine, worth jiooeHch,
Fivoheavvcadold htliillUK waliliea mid heavy
Id chain worth $HiO each. Flsn fc-ol i Amer
ican htintinc watchc o.tli tlii each. Ten
ladlr cold Kuuilnj watche worth Slol each.
Lent hundred gold and silver lever huntlur
watches, in all, woith from til to a. Ladle'
Kold leontinx chain, ticni' gold vet cnaln,
eidld and doublo plnlcl nlver table and tea
apnune. photOKnph albJtn. jewelry, etc., etc.
t hole number ol gill. 6,000. Tickets limited to
Agent wanted to sell ticket to whom liberal
premium will be paid.
ncaje tickets on dollar ; six ticket Ate dol
lars; twelve ticket, ten dollar j twenty-rive
In ular eontatninc a full llt of prue, a de
scription nf the manner ot draw In. and othei
intormatmn in reference lo the distribution, will
be sent to anyone ordering them. Alt letters
must be addressed to 1.. 1). M.NK, Hox, tc,
nrrnT, Cincinnati, O.
KU West 3th st., nor.'-widty
-MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Lkoalukd iiy Statk Autiiokity and
Diiawn in PunLic in St. Louis.
Grand Singlo Number Scheme.
Ci.Ah E, to iik Drawn May HI, 1872.
0,880 PriV.es, Amounting to $300,000.
Vhlch occupies tho second floor, contains undoubtedly tho most elegant variety
cvir exhibited in this city. Hrussols, Tapestry, Threo and Two-Ply Matting, Oil
Clotn, Stair Carpets, Rugs, Ac. On thiv floor also, in a handsomo lino of
BOOTS AWD SHOES,
Made in the latest stylo and sold at low figures j and a tine assortment of
SPRING AND SUMMER HATS AND CAPS.
Mr. Ctininghain, always studying tho tnsto and need of his patrons and the public
generally, invites them cordially to call and examine his display of Spring and Sum
mer Goo'ds, satisfied that nowhere olao In tho city will they bo "shown liner goods at
lowor prices. l-'.'Sdtf
Our Home Advertisers.
COMMIKSION AMD rOIUVARIIlXU.
Our Homo Advertisers.
1 I'riie of SJ50,I0
Do you wish to receive all the DenentSIa of
jjsjpSARATOGA, N. Y.,
b;hlue LICK, Kv.
Without the expen of a trip to lhoe reort.
II so. apply io us, ne receive inese waieri di
rect fram the sprlns. and are prepared to Itir-
nish them pure, ICI, COLD, I resli and I.ltoly
flom our counter, l'erson Ilvln at a distance,
orwho wish to have the water In their houe,
can.be aupplled wilhMiratoKa In bottle and lllue
Lick in bottle, kes and twrrel". Call and net
acircular in regard to the medicinal vlrtucn ol
these noted water.
Tickets $10 j Half Tickets, $5
Tickets, 2 fiO.
Our lotteries nro chartered by tlm State, are
alwaya drawn at the time named, and all draw
ing are under the supervision of sworn com-mb-kiimer.
Tho oriicial drawing will lie published In the
ft. Loul papers and a copy eui to purchasera
We will draw a similar scheme the last day of
cterv mouth ilurlni; the year 1S72.
Ileum at our rik by postnttlce money order,
reir'steted letter, diafl or expre .-end for cir
I', O. box 2440.
MUltltAY, MII.LKK A CO ,
Bl, LOUIS, JIO,
A pttreliiiser or partner for Forrest llnuso.
In Forrest City, Arkansas, on the Memphis and
Little Hook railroad, just fitted tin and fully fur.
nlshed, capable of acenmmodat nj; 34 to 40
ouesta, frontina mid In fifty sard of depot.
Only hotel In the city. City two years old, con
tains l.fO'i Inhabitants, .id Uii.fii(! tone up
since 11 January. Most Important tointf.nthe
roa l. Iiiancn Itom Helena, under contract in
connctwith this road at this point, 1st July, 1673,
t our counties up Crawley's Riile, tributary lo
this point, ahlppod otr7 Oflij balea cotton dur
ing season Just ulosinr. My lease extends to 1S75.
Ittasons-wsnt nl means to enlarge, and owinc
tn ill heslth. s.itne nraotical hotel man. in tkkn
charge, aa I di-aire to be absent during summer
and fall. S'l,aoo the cast, fitting anil furnishing,
will buy with the privileges of my lease, or hull
thataum will buy half Int-iaat.
t-l.lf J.e. rillCt, Proprlstor
i 7.. D. JIATHUS.H.,
F.. O .VIIL
CLOSE & VINCENT, . MAT1IUSS & UHL,
FOR SALE, ) rorBaje t FOR SALE,
VOR SALE. J For Sale 1 FOR HALE.
Faro from LivKnrooL,
Fare from Londcndkhrt
Faro from Glasuow,
Faro from Queknbtown
'10 CAIRO, ;.:::::: $48-20
GENERAL COMMISSION 1
DEALERS I2ST LIME,
Ckmkkt, Plaster I'a his,
P LAST K R E R'S II A I R,
Corner rigblh Street ntssl Ohio I.rvee,
II. M. IIULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
Ami Dealer in Foroi'Kii I'rtiit? & Nut,
No. 134 Commcreiul-iive.,
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
PRODUCE & COMMISSION
No. 70 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLINOIH.
sMTHpeclal attentlou given to consignments on
dattord, Morris A Ca
Liverpool New.Inik and Philadelphia
vtaaa coaiaacr with isitsd staiss asirtsa
For Carrying the Mails.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
ob rravnra laressutio
APPLY TO JOHN Q. DALE, Aot.
IJBroadwaj, New-Votk, erto
Washington Avenue, Osure. not. i
WOOD KITTEN HOUSE,
General Commission Merchant
J33 OHIO LEVKE,
STRATTON k BIRD,
(8ucnesors toStratton, Hudson A Clark,)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, IllinoU
AMD URN ERA I.
COMMISSI ON ME R C HANTS
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
-0. 01 OHIO LEVEE.
MILLER A PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Outs, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS vok FAIRBANKS SCALES,
11 loO I,vr. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
.f. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
IHJCctssors to E. B. HenJricaa A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Vr-is Liberal Advaucetnenla made taSj
VjsaS. upon Conslgnmants. eSaV
Are prepared to receive, store and forward
freights to all points and buy aaJ
sell on commission,
fktrlluslness ai tended to promptly;
JOHN B. PIILLIS Jt SON,
tBucceasore to John I). Phlllis.) t
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, tic.,
Con. TKNTI1-8T. avd OHIO LBTB