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JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY, MAY 26, 1872.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV
Our Homo Advertisers.
On RlihthMreet.UlweenCominerclaland Wash
ington atiuuii, i uaujr receiving
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST KPR1NU AND aUMaUR RTTI.K8.
lietldts i fall tin of
BOSsTtTIETS & HATB
(Trimmed and untrlmmed,)
ntiscii flowers. niimuN.s, trimmings
of ll kinds, Laces, etc., etc.
Mrs. Mctiee tin also
Fancy Articles, such as
targ assortment of
NF.CK TIF.H. COLLARS. UNHF.RHLEKVES,
nurrn, BA.-JJ1J-3, rM
And ftll other articles usually found In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY 8TOUK
Mrs. Mr-flea. In addition to her stock of Fancy
ud Millinery floods, has fine and complete aa-
eo&'ment of Cincinnati Custom Made Ladlea'
i.7I .Mistea' Hboe anJ Chlldrens' llootf, lllack
and In Cnlnm. These arc acknowledged to l.r
t finest and beat shoes In the. market, aid this
I. ilia only place la the city that make 111 tin i
" MRS. M. 8WANDER,
has op nrd out an e itenalve Block of
All ol which am entirely, new and of tha very
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
HATS, HON NETS RIBBONS,
And an fit Kant assortment of
1.1 CIS, F KIN UK, KID OLOVIS, HOSIKKY
and all article, usually It f.t in a rlral-claat mil-
Mrs. tiwander invltea the uublie toeall arid In-
apeet her stock, whieh alia will laka pleasure in
showing u olu aa well aa new cu.iouers.
II. T. OEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Uaa Filter'e and 1'lnmher'a malarial, Woo
pumps, globe ami anrlc valvas, atop
cocka,check valves, etc.
Atao AoiaT roa
TutU Brother Vat fetal Dry Uu Htltr
And Moreheuse, Walla A Co' Automatlo Watai
Indicator an J Supply Valva for steam bollere.
WINTKK'b BLOCK, COMMIBCIAL-AYBNU
Wholesale or Retail
For Salo at
CORNER 32D-8TRKKT AND OHIO LBVXk
1872. SUMMER. 1872.
DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS!
llaa returned from the East, having
purchased tlu largest eioc 01
Ever brought to this market.
Ho hia a full Una of
DOLLY VARUEN PRINTS,
liOLLY VARDKN SUNSHADES.
IRISH FOI'I.INS, SILK PLAIDS,
All aorta ot
Summer Dress Goods.
Alio a full anorttnont of
lauieh' and cuildhkm'h
SHOES AND CLOTHING.
Of all Kindt and Prices.
THE NEW CHURCH OKOAN.
II T WILL M. CAItl.KTOK.
Tliej'yo git a liran new oran, Sua,
Fur all their fun and aearch :
They've, dona jut aa tliey aald tliay'd do,
Alio iftilio.i iiiuiQciiurcn.
'lliey'rr lotilid the crltlor alinll be If en,
Ami on the nroauher'a rluht
Tliry'yrliolatnd up their new machine
111 lyerjlwdy'n aixht.
'lUej'yr tut chonater anl choir,
AK in my roice ami yote
For It at. nyer rny dealre
10 pralae the i-oru uy uutei
I'm len a aliter sox) an' truo
tut n in' Itiirty )eara l
I'yuilone what aermed my part to do,
An' prayed tnjf duty clear i
I' aunx tho hyinna both .low aud 'Jick,
Jual aa tho luearher rad,
And twice, xheu btwoa 'I ubbi waa alck,
I took Hip fork and led I
And now, their hold, newfangled way
inconilll nil aiMjiii;
Audi, rljfht lu my latter days,
Atu laiily cronded out I
To day the prewher, ood old dear,
With tenia all lu hla eye.,
ItaayJ 'lean read my title clear
To mnnaiona iu the aklei,"
I al'aya liked that hlt-nred hymn
1 a'pune 1 al'aya will ;
ltaotn'how urat my whim
In good oldUrtonyilfe;
Hut wnen that vhoirKot up to ling,
I coul. In't catch word ;
They aung the rnoit dog-gondeat thine
A Wly eer heard!
Some worldly uhapa waa aUndln' near,
AD wnen I aeen mem urin,
I bid larewell to eyery fear,
An'i iwMiy waueu in.
I lliountit I'd chase their tune along,
An' tried with all my might :
Hut though my yoice la uood and ttrung,
I couldn't ateerlt riiiht;
When they werehlich, then I waa low,
An' alo colli rw lee ;
And 1 loo fat, or Ihey too alow,
To "mantloni la the ikiti,"
An' after eyrr Terae, you know,
I hey played a tittle tune ;
I didn t understand, no' ao
I atarted In toe rooo.
I pitched It pretty mlddlln' high,
I felchtd alulty tone,
Unt oh, alaa 1 I found that I
Waa unitln' there alune I
They laUKhed a little, I am told i
Hut 1 had done my lt;
And not a wae of traub'e rolled
Acrota my peaceful breast.
And alter llrown I could but look
rlhe alia riKhl frout of n.e ;
Mho never waa no alnRin' book,
An neyer went to l ;
Dut then he al'aya tried to do
The beat ahe could, aue aald ;
Mm UEde.alood the time right lli.ougb,
An' kep' it, with her head;
Hut when t.e tried thin tnornln', oh,
I had to laugh, orciiugh I
It kep' her hiad a bobbin' o,
It e'eu a'inoat came ofi I
Au' Deacon Tubba he all broke down,
Aeon might well auppoe ;
lie took one look at aitter llrown,
And meekly acratched hianoae.
lie looked hia hymn book throu' and throu'
And laid It on nl aeat,
And then a peli'lvc aixh he drew,
Aud looked completely beat.
An' when they took another bout,
lie dldu't een ri.e;
Hut drawed hia red tmndanner out
An wied hia weepln' ejey.
t'ye been a slater, ajood ai true,
Vot fiye and thirty yeara ;
I'ye done what aeemed my part to do,
An' piayed my duly clear ,
Hut death will ttnu my voice, I kuow.
For ho la on my track :
And aome day, I ta church will go.
And never more come back.
Ami when ll) follia net up to aing
Whene'er that time .hall be
I do not want uopti'raf thing
HIS LAST STAMP.
II V MAUK TWAIN.
Leouiilai Lunch recently stepped into
iliniriL'-aloon. not more tbuti h hunuri'ii
rod I rum hrmiklin tuiiue, anu wiin com
povuJ but hungry con n ten unci: called for a
mile 01 nasii in a very ueiui-ci vuice. n
hHtitinncu. luriunaiuiv tor mm, luui mu uu-
tired compound wtrt nut quilu ready, and
one of tho wallers told him to, at the iiinio
tiinu hand fiir him n na per. and polltely
aakud him to taken (ent. Leonidus illdio,
with a uriitcful bow, at the fatnu timo re
marking hit waa In no hurry; and he wna
not, at will lie present ly proven, uo ou-
aurveit, m he was complacently reading
tin lull new of tho Alabama cliiiint, Hint
the waiter wn blacking Ids own boots,
which done, Leonluas ruso and askca tor
tho brush, "just to rub a hit of mud from
my boots. ....
Tnkinir tin) bru'Ii in one linnd, and tho
blacking in tho othor, in u few moments
lie hud given hia fool caaluga u brilliioit
polisli, then followed up tho broom-brush
over his clothes. Ho took up a hat-brush
and regenerated tho nnp of his fnd silk-
'Thoso hash uro not nuito roady yct.aro
they?'' ho coolly inquired, nnd being nn
swu'red in the negii'.lvo, liu said that it was
no matter, "us ho was not wanted at tho
Citv llnll lust vet:" and. turnine around,
calmly surveyed tho arrungemonts of tho
place, una couaesccnucu mo rcmaric mat
!. , An,,,.l II, a f .Ate.ittiOit.in
Ik Wile MUfc (Jlil.w fcv .,,u w . v,'w
or lielmonico 9, tint neat very neat indeed."
Upon careful examination of his bands,
ho observed that tho blacking had soiled
them, he proceeded to tho wash basin, ho
At No, 84 Ouio Lsvek.
A large and complete stock of
Krsih ar.d Nate. Cheapar than the Cheapen,
and bailor wan iue ueai,
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS AND
tu-ned on tho croton, nnd, with lrco uto
of scented soap, ho scoured his fuco nnd
hands most thoroughly. Then ho whisked
a onco white handkerchief, quickly
washed nnd wrung it, and returned it to
his Imt to dry. Tho waiter being busy
with other custoiiicre, took but littlonotico
of his maneuvers, and taking advantage of
this auspicious fact, Leonidus removed tho
dirty paper collar and substituted a clean
one; immuutuieiy subsequent no uau uuiu
of a castor-bottle containing sweet oil, and
Duiirlmr out about ap ounce, treatod his
distracted head to a bitth of it. And now
before a mirror, ho mado u rapid and
tasteful iibo of tho comb and brush. Ob
serving bis movement, ono of tho waiters
approached him witnr
"avo voucivon your oruora, oir i
" O yes, thank you. It's coming soon."
"What dish was it, slrf '
" Hash. A Plato of hath, to begin.'1
Leonidus now approached tho counter,
where, sfieinir n caso of fancy articles, and
among them tooth-brushes, ho called for
OHO as it intending to purcnuse, aim utter
& lorn, scrutiny he aelected ono, at tho
n r . . .A . -
sumo time he n nn uimseii to a pmcn oi
tnull. tint ns the proprioior waa ciosini;
his snuff-box. Ho now lightly stopped to
tho wash basin and gave his tooth Buch a
cleaning at few toeth can withstand, and
nnitbed jutt at the anlxous waiter bur
ned breathlessly toward him, exclaim-
Uero' your hash, sir I Hath, air I
hath I" '
Leonidat luld down thn tnnlh.l.e,,.!,
strode with dignity to a table, whore he
toateu uiuiauii wivti u tautfuctory "lla I
at if ono of John Ludin'a banquets had
ueen aprunu uviuiu uiiii.
After one mouthful, "Here, wattnr
exclaimed he, " fill this water-pitoher, and
brine mo the walnut ketchup l' This
mandate being filled, ho proceeded to lay
watte tha bath. After finishing that,
with which bo devoured half a dozen thick
slicoi of bread and about a quarter of a
fiouml of butter, ho crumbled tho remain
ng slices into a tumbler of milk, tho
pitcher happening to hold about two
quarts. Seeing nothing olso to eat on tho
tablo oxcopt a plata of pickles, he swal
lowed them all, regardless of curds, proba
bly considering that ho hud stomach
enough fur anything.
By this time, Leonidas Lunch appeared
to hiivo got quite comfortable, for tilting
his chair back against tho wall, crossing
lilt legs and folding his hands, ho fell into
a tnoozc, having nchlovcd one of tho
cheapest dinners on record. In a llttlo
whilo ho began to tnoro harmoniously,
resounding blasts of victory.
11 1 say, Juck, " mid one waltor to anoth
er, " who it that tnoozcr out there agin
tho wall ?"
"I don't know. Thought you did, ho
makes himself so much at homo. Ho call
ed for a plato of hash about two hour
ago. Said something about not being in a
hurry to go to tho City Hall clerk, per
haps." "I noticed ho swallowed all tho bread
and milk and pickles, and thinned that
"What makes him snoro so?"
" I a'poac it's tho pickles quarreling with
At this moment Leonidus sneezed with
such violence that his chair tilted forward,
and bo awoko amidst a peal of laughter
from the waiters tho cuttomors having
long beforo gone about their business.
" Had a good sleep, tlrV gravely In
quired a v alter, as Lvonidat strode up to
tbo counter to settle for his hash.
Sleep? Me? Yes. I bulievo I did
doze a little. Ten cents, I believe ?"
For tho hush," said the clerk, laying
particular emphasis on tho word.
"Yo-o-e-t," said Leonidus, airily, strok
ing hit English whiskers. "Ono plate,
only, I believe, for tho hush?"
""Ton centt a plato for bah only," re
plied the clerk, winking sly to tho wnit-
em, who were making all sorts of grimaces.
Leonidus put his hand in his pocket,
and after fumbling a while, he drew out
from a corner a dilapidated ten-cent
stump, so.wretchedly withered und dofacud
sucn a mutilated evidence or the ovlls
of civil war that tho clerk started.
aghast ut tho tight.
"That ain't worth tnoro than five cent,"
said he feebly. "It looks tick hud tho
small-pox, or must have been badly vaccinated."'
"O, never mind," said Leonidas, with
lofty carelessness and yawning; "I shall
come in and take dinner here every day.
I'll pay you the other live cents next time;
1 like vour nan, anu wnen i iiko a place
I stick to it."
His threats of coming every day in
creased the clerk's alarm, and ! thought
It best tn be rid of such a customer aa
soon aa possible.
"Very well, aald lie, forcing a smile.
"It's a "mall affair, any way."
"Uf course, replied Leonidus, with a
happy coincidenco f opinion. " Have
you. got ruch a useful trifle as a penknifo
about vou ?''
Thn clerk looked rather savage at this,
and fell us if u carving-knife would have
been uioro aerviceable" Just then. He re
membered Felix Larkin and John Glass,
but with hemic self command ho smoothed
down the brWtle of his indignation and
presented his penknife. Leonidus took it
and commenced cleaning his nail', appar
enlly uncoiieciou of being tho "cynosure
of neighboring eyes."
"Jack,' fhuuted the clerk fiercely, "put
nnuther cord of pickles and another
mountain of bread on the tablo out there,
und si-o that wn take an extra gallon of
milk alter this'
"Yes, eir," shouted Jack, "sure not to
"Thank vou, sir, said Leonidai, re
turning tho penknife. "Oh, by tho way,
I suppose you don't wunt that evening pa
per out there. There's an article in it I
am anxious to preserve a money article."
" Jack," criod the clerk, biting his lip in
despair, "hnnd this gentleman tho even
"Yes, sir," exclaimed Juck, rushing und
presenting tho paper to Leonidus with as
much ulacrity as if waiting on tbo Grand
"Jack," 'uld Leonidus familiarly, "now
I'll trouble you for u bit of your tobacco."
"lthalltbo around again to-morrow,"
said Lconidas, "bull must go now und
attend to my city accounts." Anu wav
ing his numi gracciuiiv to me cleric, no
left tho establishment.
"Round again ? Heaven prevent him I
said the clerk as ho disappeared.
"Ho didn't pay for that looth-urusn,"
aid Jack, "and washed his ah I hero he
"I say, my menu, it is just beginning to
rain," euld Leonidar, popping Ills head in
nt tbo door. "Can't you lend mo an um
brella? In again, you know, to-morrow."
"Umbrella? No, sir; haven t got any.
lay, vou didn't pay for that tooth-
"Tho tooth-brush ? Tooth-bru Oh, no,
so I didn't, did 1? Well, tho fact was,
you pec, I tried It, but the bristles wore
altogether too soft. I liko your hash,
however; I could livo on that hath I
Good by I In nguin to-morrow."
And nguiii waving his nana graceiimy,
and shaking out his clean, wot handknr
cbiof, Leonidas Lunch departed in tho
direction of Printing House square.
A NNO VMCKM RUTH.
Mr. Vtunon, lit., April II, mi.
Editcr Cain Uulltlm:
Dr.iu Hia Pleaae to announce me at a candi
date for Clerk of the Supreme- Court, Southern
Orand Dlrial in ol Illinois. Thenewconatltutlon
proridea that the Clerk i of the Supreme Court
shall hereafter be elected at tho November elec
tion, Instead of the June election as herelore.
The successor of the present incumbents are
to be elected thla coming fall, hut will not qualify
until the prettnt terms expire in 1873.
K. A. I). WILDANKa.
SIGN OF TIIK
74 OHIO, LEVER,
Wholesale anil Retail
PAINT & OIL DEALERS.
We keep a lull stock of Pure Druga and
HUH IE D 1 0 1 1ST JS.
Also a comnlcte Una of toilet article. Im
ported and American Soaps,
fogelher with a large assortment of Druggista
St. Louis Advertisements.
T II K
To buy the Celebrated
AND nKX qUAI.lTIKH 0"
AND ALL KINDS or
AT THE VERY
612 nnd 014 North Main .Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
Salesrooms of the
til FT K.VTEHPKIrjE.
An effectual preventive oi Cholera.
Fever, cinall.fnz, Scarlet Fever, Measels,-
tle Dlseaae. and all pestilential and coutatiious
diseases. It la put up lu pastboard cartons, the
tope of which contain perforations Irom whirh
it can be sprinkled as from a twpper box. Hold
by IIAKCLAY BIKM.
4 no reiau price la cenis per package,
(Prnceedingi of the Hoard of Health Otllciat.)
Orrica Uoiun or IUiltii, Hi, Lon.?.!d May,
181. The resident physii'inna state that he ha
uaed, in the city hospital, the rarlioiio acid
p-jwder, and rinds it the best disinfectant and
destroyer of bugs, ante, cockroaches. Ao , ol
which he has knowledge. Vnur committee re
commends the purchase of thla powder for use
in the hospitals,
(Signed) H. H. O'nrtlEN,
Clerk Uoard ol Health.
We are now in receipt . f a fieih stock of
AN D COLORS
For the season : also a full line of
Aud Painter Materials generally.
AWAIT THE COMING
OF THE GREAT
M B I N A
THE LARGEST ORGANIZATION OF THE SEASON.
THREE SHOWS UNDER ONE TENT !
72 PEOPLE A Little Village of Themselves.
Tho Management beg leave to inform the people of
CAIRO AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY
That they will inaugurate the tenting season with TWO GRAND PERFORM
ANCES in this city on the afternoon and ovening of
SATTJIIDAlLr, tXTTIN-IE 1ST,
Introducing the largest and most talented company in tho world, engaged at an
cnormouse expento for
This, the Mammoth Organization of 1872.
Principal Offico 104 Fifth St., Ciu., 0
THE ONLY RELIABLE GIFT ENTERPRISE
IN THE COUNTRY!
S60 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To be distributed in
Xi. X. SiaSTB'S
liith Regular Monthly
To be drawn Monday, June 3d, 1172.
Two Gitani) Oafitals or
$5,000 In Gkeenijacks I
Previous ta tho Porformaaco
tho world renowned LADY ROPE WALK Kit, will make her daring ascension from
the ground to tho top of tho Centra Polo ; and during the performance
Will mako her
DARING LEAP FOR LIFE!
A Grand French Ballet Troupe of
IF1 1 2J1 T DBIE IST ITOTJISTO LADIES.
MR JOSEPH H. KEANE,
The Talented Young Comedian, in hit own penonation of
:r,i:f -v-ajkt winkle,
tjCC. Hanny wishes the
public to bo informed that he
has on hand a Stock of Goods
as extensive as any in the
Southwest, and that ho is de
termined to sell every article
at prices Lower than the Low
est. Call on him to-day and
examine goods and prices. Ho
will satisfy you both as to qual
ty and. cost.
If you want the nett board In the
city call at the Court Home Hottl,
Two Prizes $1,000
Five Prizes COO
Tnn D . ! ... I f ill
acii . iifc;n v g
Due Heme aud Buggy with
One Hne.toiied Itosewood I'luno. worth 3'0.
Ten family sewinx msi'hlnea, worth Sluiench.
Fiva heavy caie.t gold hunting wat ihes and heavy
g Id chain worth tJ each. Five gol 1 Amor
Kin hunting watches wo.th flii each. Ten
Udlrs gold hunting watches worth floo each.
Kight hundred void ami silver lever hunting
watches, in all, worth froro 1-0 to S.im, Ladles'
gold leonllll" chain, gent'n gold test cnaln.
olid ami double plated silver t.ible nnd tea
spoons, photograph albums, jewelry, etc., etc.
to hole uuinber uf gill, C,"0o. TicktM llmiteit to
Agents wanted to ell tickets to whom liberal
premiums will be paid.
Mcgte ticket one dollar x six ticket five dol
lars; twelve tickets, leu dullara i twenty-live
t.ifi illura containing full list of prlics, ade.
scriplioii of the manner ait drawing, nud other
information iu reference, to the distribution, will
be rent to uny one ordering iheni. All letter
must be addressed to L. 1. KINK, Ilox, i0,
nrrii L, Cincinnati, O,
ltd W. st Mh ft., norJ-wAdly
Do you wish to receive all the bencuetits nf
BtlrSARATOGA, N. Y.,
rS- HLUK LICK, Kr.
Without the expense of a trip to those resorts.
If ao. aonlv to u. We receive these waters di
rect frm the spring, and are prepared to lur
mail them pure, IUK COLD. Fresh and Lively
irom our counier. i-orsuu nviui; uisvinr,
otwho wish to have the water In their houses,
can be supplied with Saratoga III boltlea. and Blue
Lick in tiotile, keg and oiirrels. Call and get
acircular iu regard to the medicinal virtues ot
these noted waters.
H. LKVY U CO. 1-AY TUK IIIOHKST MARKET
Below will bo found the corrected Hit
of pricet paid by H. Lovy & Co., for
bidet, furs, feathers, wool, tallow, bees
wax, and all kindt of country produce
Levy & Co. do a very large trade In their
line, nnd it is a well known tact that limy
always pay the highest pricet to bo ob
tained in this market. I hoy are
Mink 00 a 2
it..i, it. .
BeiVskin 3 00 a 0 00
Beaver, per pouna
iiidkb, rH i-ouni
Beef Hldet, Dry Salt...
ii n Green Salt
Tallow, par pound
Feathen, " "
Wool, " "
The above price, list it ubetto correc
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Legalized iiy Statk AuTiioniTY asd
Drawn in Public in St. Louis.
Grand Single Number Scheme.
Class E, to hk Drawn May 31, 18".
f,880 Prices, Amounting to $.'100,000.
I aUo with the Combination;
altogether forming the largest and mott powerful
DON'T FAIL TO VISIT THE LARGE PAVILION 1
LOOK OUT FOR TnE
GOLDEN BAND CHARIOT
g-ir, .a. nsr np stbbbt pabadb.
Admission 50 Cents.
Children 25 Cents.
Our Home Advertisers.
CO.HMIKMIO.N AND I'ORWARIIINU,
WO I'rlteaof Km
'J " ot !,!
0 " nr. ftsi
ti of auo
U " nf. 250
an ' or '-uo
.'HI " of INI
iw " or. loo
Ml " of. 10
$10; Half Tickets, $5: Quarter
Tickets, !?2 00.
Our lotteries are chartered br tho Stale, are
always drawn at the time named, and all draw
ings are under tne supervision 01 nwurii iuiii
tnisaloiiera. , ,
The ollioial drawing will be published In the
M. Louis papera and a copy sent to purchasers
Wewilldraw aalmllar avhsmr the laat day of
every month during the ytar i.-
temitai our nsa n
littered letter, dra
l. U. box
Kemltat our risk by iosintllee money order,
registered letter, draft or express. Sena fur
MURRAY, MILLKK A CO.,
bt. LOUIS, 310.
60 a 76
181 a '.JO
00 k 70
26 a 28
FOR SALE, for sal. FOR SALE,
TOR SALE. J For Halo 1 FOR BALK.
Faro from LiVKitrooL,
Faro from Londonderry
Fare from Glahoow,
Faro from Qukkndtown
'10 CAIRO, i i : t ; : t ; $4 8-2 0
datlord, Morrit 4 Ca , gents,
i. I). MATUL'SS.. K. C .I'lll.
C O M M I S S I ON M E R C HANTS
HAY AND WESTERN PIlODUOt
NO. 64 OHIO I.KVEK.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
. Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS roR FAIRBANKS SCALES,
hloO !.. CAIRO. IIX1NOIS.
Liverpool New-Yoik and Phlludtlphla
vxtia coxraaer witr vxiiid itath aae uainsa
for Carrying tha Mailt,
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
ou rvaiatu laroatitTioR
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
It Broadway, NwYork, lit
Watnlnglea veau, fair. uoit. si
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Hucceatort to E. b. Handricas Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal Advancemenia mada craf
upon Conalguinenta. n . B
re prepared to receive, store and forward
freights tn all points and buy and
aell on coinmieeion,
Business attended to promptly.
Our Homo Advertisers.
CLOSE & VINCENT,
DEALEES I35T LIMi!,
Ckwk.nt, Plabtkr Paris,
Corner Eltjlttb Ntrcct mnd Ohlt Itm,
II. M. HULEIS,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits &NuU,
No. 134 Commercial-avo.,
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
PRODUCE & COMMISSION
No. 76 Ohio Levee. CAIRO, lXLIMOU.
Karnpeclal attention (Iran to contlgnmenU on
JOHN B. PnLLIS & SON,
l,8ucceiaora to John II. Phillit,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Com. TINTH-ST. and OHIO LCVK
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LKVXX,
STRATTON k BIRD,
(fiuccattora to St ration, HatUeaJl
57 Ohio Levee, Ctiro.IUiBoU