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Cairo
OFFICIO: No. 113 Tonth Stroot, Thornton' Building.
DAILY EDITION
THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 24, 1S70.
JOHN H. OBERLY,&'CO
Thu female oompo.sltiir.s.ln the Huston
'Traveler' ofllee earn from $12 to $20 per
week. '
Out of one million children born In
Purl every year, xcvetity-llvo thousands
are illegitimate, anil of tlio llle"itlmiuc
children G) per cent, are never reo
Denized. gen. mum o'nTTie "cuh-axs.
(ieucral James Watson Webb, In u
letter to lln X. Y. 1 Tribune,' ray liu wan
told by the agent of the Associate l're4
Unit In; knew tin fuel that a late major
general In our army, now living In New
York, has ollercd lilt cervices to bring
twenty thousand soldiers to Havana ami
drive the Obana from the island, f
needs be; and another major-general,
who served during thu rebellion, ami
now resides in Massachusetts, has writ
ten to the captaln-gencral, oderlng "
bjlng down forty thousand men for thu
name purpo-o. The public' would like to
have thu nunie-i of I lies devoted frlendi
of Spanish tyranny.
Till-: IllOX I LA I) A Tlt AS V At
The New ork 'Herald' hays lliut pri
vate Intelligence hit" been ref-eled In
New York of tin safety of the irouclad
Atlanta of Trlomfo, which wiKsold loan
agent of iJalnaVe and en I led for ilajil
last December. It appear thut a short
time alter the execution of Salnitve the-
tlanta arrived oll'ihe harbor of l'..rt uu
I'riuee, but the dllc-rlii olurge, hearing
that Hie pureha-er hud been executed,
and no one come to claim the vessel, de
parted and ream 7.viiUm;iI around the Hi
hamas or sum- ol the Islands on the
Went Indian aiohlpelego, and 'oue
ipiently It would be very difficult to hear
frmi her, She Is believed to be all right
and no doubt by this time negotiations
f ir her purchase have been entered into
flfcjyb'ytSaget, the eucessnr of tlio unhappy
. 'Wslnave .She now probably Is Mutely rid
ing at anchor In sumo Mitig West Indian
harbor.
IIOMAN VIU.A J.S'T) MUSEUM FOJi
SALE.
The Villa Albunl, now owned by the
l'riuce Torloulu, and one of the beat
known nnd most richly stored with
works of art In the vicinity of Hume, is
oll'ered, with all It- treasure, for rule, the
price asked I-Iiik SLMW,000. Hon. John'
Hlgelow writes to Win- i . liryaiit, editor
of the N Y. livening Past.' and pre.-l-
dent of thelntely nrgauled .Metropolitan
Art Museum
"'
purchate of Hie villa by the as-oelatloii. , w. U,,,J " '"u,3r I"B -It
Is Improbable that so good nu oppor- ! ' "W u frtu hlme.ful
tunlty III soon again be ollored, to i 'f this naluie. He re
cure f,.r this country the art collection of I w,l, kUTt' t,a' rly la o.
which It .orelvMands In need. The Al- , -arcer. which were pu-.e. I at t he
banl Villa museum, among Itflinnu eol-
lection, Is reckoned inferior in value
only to those of the Vatican and the
C-pllol, tid It Is e-peeially rich In (Jreek !
rtnltury of the best period. Among ihe-e !
arc:aimou, nas-reneim aiiiiiious, hhiu
by Wliickelniuiiii to be, after the Ap ,
polio and I.uccoon, the most heatitllul ,
monument of anlhpilty extant; and I
bronze Apolo, believed to be the orlg ,
lual matue by Praxiteles and described i
i . tin.... ft.,. ..... ..i i.. i.'.ii.iiii.n ....i
ay i liny, mere uiu m iiinn
Etruscan collections and a picture gal
lery containing works by Pemgino,
Oliilio llomaiio, Ouldo, Domeiiichluo
nnd others.
Mr. Hlgelow Miggckt that the edlllce
nnd giounds, if not needti', might be
nold atn price that would greatly reduce
the cost of Its contents, or "it might per- ;
Ijaps be worth the while of your associa
tion to couslderthe practlblllly of retain
ing it and converting It Into n school for
Ainorlxnn urilulM lii ItniiiH. hI in t l:ir tn the
. , ., i . .., i .. i ruT.iJt, ft. I.. vtrMJj Commob ds of the
ichdolKMUstaiued there and at Athens by " NvfW Yor 'WoiW.
the government of France, to which a few , Tho ,eeKn,CH .ected at the demo
of the most promising young artists In , cr,n,j primary meeting in the cities ai.d
the empire are now heiit to ntudy at the various towns of the dtate, assembled in
public expense for the public advantage, convention ut the Malehouse In this
This vi.,,1 wo,,,,, m-kJ a delightful re-l- j;;"';;'1,!
donee, and might bo converted Into an j, u. Hazard, of tlieftateceiitral com
Artists' Home' upon fome basis that, at i niitlee. Thu attendance was tmtually
mo Inordinate expense, might render In- large.
calculable service to American art, and I n' SJtWl
r Ik-ct great honor upon your associa- , f t.,MriMU, Mr. H'lai wus elected
tl m."
jifl. nut'LEu f h:xm:si:e oex
SUE ' D.
The notion of the'lloti-oof Represenla
tl vc, Iu reluslng to expel Mr. Uuller, of
TeittH'ssel', for receiving money for the
appointment to a cadetshlp, will he met
with universal condemnation. It Is true
that n resolution to that eliVct received
102 votes iu the atllrmatlvo toOiln the
negative, but wanting the requisite two
thirds, it wiiBdiifeiited. A vote of censure
however, Was pased unanimously.
A body of men, that a few tuya before
with a righteous lu.l'gualion ileiutiutled
tho Insftnt expulsion of Mr. Whittenioro
lor ine Hamo oiieiice, lias lowereu iin euce wneiuer it is none turougu a con
hluh standard ofinorallty iniwt HUtldenly,' Hlituiional ooiiventlon of the alate of
t . be satisfied now wlih n elngle vote of Rhode Island or by ct.ngrehs, under the
censure upon Mr nuih-r. This man had -'ue t tffSHftZ
prostlltited Ills iilllco ami his opportunl- ,.,. of ,lt. United ritate. Iu either vase
ties for personal gain, anil no longer tlo-
aorve.s to associate wlih Innpimhle, men,
and It would rttm natural for a body of
honorable men to rid itfolf
. . . . ,-ts(T ,
of the presonce of It nit'inhur whose olll-
clal connection with U Ih u reproach to
Its good name and character. With
mch an Ineonslileiicy as la apparent in
the action of the House In the two caeca
of Whlttemorc and Rutlcr, public men
will cease to wonder at the popular belief
that a life In Washington Is most cor
rupting in Its Inlluence. If the House of
ll'.'pre.'entatlves choose to allow a mem
ber to continue In membership of that
body whom It rntitddors o guilty of dis
honorable olllcittl conduct as to deserve
and to receive unanimous vote of com
Urc, it will find that It ha brought as
much reproach upon Itself as It will
shame upon the country. For by
it own record It ha proclaimed to the
world that Its own members are not
all honorable men.
It opened the cudetahlp Investigations
with a tragedy, followed In ita second
act with a farce. It is now time that
Mich a drama closed. Tlu actors are not
''-.tars" In both performance.
PEE SO SAL.
(ierrlt .imlth has sent another thou.v
and dollar. to IhctiiiUVrlug Cuban.
It Is stated that Alexander Dumas, Sr,
has been engaged as traveling "Inter
viewing" reporter by 'l-a Petite l'reeeat
-a -alary of tlO.WOn year.
On Hint Wyumlugjury was what the
rlbuld might call a heti-Mirs. Amelia
Hatcher. And didn't she eel! Four
ii.,y, and hutched It out niaii-laughtei
I.. l... ft,., .1.. .r.... lU'.irlil
Captain Kyre, or the British steamer
Il.mibjy, dc-crves the treatment skipper
Irewni ncelved from the woman ol
Marbleheail, which Whlttler has Im
mortalized: i "eihsii p I) fur tiHo tie satlol away
Kiom l.kim ship .0 Chai-ur Hay
iiKf Aitf fntm a alsiltlsi, wreck.
. .
' .ay by l.jr b)T they eHd (u him. ,
Jl . .ti-ifr.l i4Mk or ii'
liitftU tuu-ibKb ! fi-h "gnu
04 Hoj J lr. ja far hn nrl I'ift,
V u ui.U u.tl f. lt.ft j ui 1 rifn J .14 i tt
II r &. VoiMugf iUXVh hr V
Corbiu, who, us a ptesldeulial brotlur
in-law, lias done a thriving buslue.ss In
gold gambling, liu turned up again; this
time In Hie character ol a letter-writer.
Hit corre-poiideucc l.s with Judge Sprint
er, o Ohio, and i of a peri-oiiul nature
C'oibiu lufuruiii the judge lliut ho Imrju-t
UiadoaHllle trillo of j1,IMI by elllllU
hu liou-ein Now York. He has now re
moved to New Jernt-v. where his taxes,
In spite of lilmdf, amouut to70(KKi
He hu reduced his debts to about
,. , .. i I.. -.
to d-al hoiieitly with all men; never had
ii laWfiiiit In hli, life, and hones never to
Ve M.rluu- ..fleiise to others; he grieves
i( Uul lh(. po)l,eaus have lately v.
Itl,v u(lled him in const ijueiice of
U nur reu,ionshlp to the executive,
ut W tl1,ettV0P wUvn ,le present
,rry trt vl.rio w, t ve that It will puz
7ll tlUI, to tiu turn again, etc, etc
n , damicrott". Corbln: repeii-
.. . .
taiicu and prompt reformation are lullii
itely better than vaguo promises of ulti
mate amendment.
. -
Ilhoilo Isluml Doaiocracy.
Profci'dlug" ofthc State Conven
tion ut lrovlliMit'c 'I lie IMtil
foriu .Voinluuttons fr Ntntc
OIIlfL'IM. ,
lmvinifol votes to Mr. llratltonlV 3U.
Mr iiHss, on taking the chair, made a
short address, in which ho ild that tho
duty ol the convention was to tiuUiiuato
a ticket whluh would u-ceive tho vote of
the democratic party, mid that, iioiwuh
stunning all that w suiil to the con
trary of a iletiiocrailu parly In Rhone
Island at the republican convention the
older day, there was a democratic party
in thuhlale. The lepuiilleaiis were he
ginning to fee thai the constitutional
ameiiiiuieutx, Intended to recoiiHtiuul the
hotiih ami secure a republican majority
there might necure it democratic ma
jority in the north, 'lhe aiueiidmeiitM
were uure to allow men to go to the polls
in this state, who for -10 years pant had
been prevented from to doing. Tlie.se
men within a year will he allowed thu
t fut f hutIVage, and It makes no ditler
these men will vote. When tlie.su
null' iitlmeiitfl are, by lUMclamalloii of the
picHiilutit, announced as adoptetl, then,
(l Up) couatltuiiou ot Rhode Island does
IIOl lllllia llIUIllil tllianis i. 1 iitv,
, ij0p0 u,0y will'go to the uolla, oiler, their
not allow uaiurauzeo ciiit-ns m i
vote, nnd let tho ofllcera refuse -their
ballots If they dare. Applause,
bevorat nominations were made for
governor, but all were withdrawn except
the name of Iyiuan Pierce, of Provi
dence, While the appointed committee wero
pressing Mr. Pierce to accept the nomlila
lion, a committee was appointed to pre
pare resolution" and submit them to the
convention. The Hon. Thos. titeere, of
Woonsock, from that committee, reito1'
ed the following, which were utmuinv
ly adopted.
Hcnolved, That tho democracy of
Itliodu Island now, as heretofore, adheres
to too principles of the constitution ol
theU. S., and demands, and will main
tain for other, ns fur as In them lies, the
rights and privileges guaranteed thesev
eral Mates and the people thereof by that,
the fundamental law.
Resolved, That the naturalized c'tl
zens ought, by the constitutional law of
the state, to be permitted and allowed
the exercise of tho right of suilrage on
thu same ttrms ns native born citizens.
Resolved, That the present tarlll'ls a
gross outrage upon (he people or cue uni
ted fctutcs, giving no satisfaction to the
manufacturer, and robbing the people by
compelling .them to pay unnecessarily
exorbitant prices for the necessaries of
Hie.
Hesolved, That the Internal revenue
system blunderingly continued, is nil
nnyiiiguiid expensive, and not nearly .so
advantageous to the treasury as wouid be
one less Inquisitorial and giving excuse
lor a less number of otllcials.
Resolve J. That the republican pirty
and the present administration preach
economy so frequently that they deem
iheiuselves excused from practicing it,
and Mr. Dawes, of Massachusetts, was
honest and thruthful when he said that
neither the senate or the president
would dojin.vthltig In the way or retrecli
meiit ami reform.
Resolved, That the democratic party
of the state nf Rhode Island holds now,
us ever, that the national debt should be
paid ucenrding to contract.
Reolved, That the fact that, ufter five
years ut peace, the union Hill remains
iiurcstored, and military rule is Mill
maintained in large portion of the re
public, is In itself proof that the party In
power has not the disposition to re-establish
the union in its ancient symetry,
mid to restore real pence, with Its atten
dant ble:slug, loall the people, and thut
such a party Is unlit to be longer trusted
with control of th- government.
Mr. Verry presented the following
additional resolution, which was
adopted.
Resul veil, That the democracy of Rhode
Island sent greeting to Hie gallant de
mocracy of Connecticut, anil that we
cherish the earnest belief they will
eheer the hearts of the patriot every
where by the triumphant election of
James K. Kuglish on thu first Monday
of April next.
Mr. Pierce having accepted his nomi
nation, Hie following nominations for
statu olllcers were made:
' For Lieutenant i Jovernor Charles IJ,
Cutler, of Warren,
For Secretary of .State -William J.
Miller, of Bristol.
For General Treasurer Philip Rider,
o, Newport.
For Attorney General Geo. N..RIir,
of Fust Providence.
After passing the usual resolution of
thaiiKs to ine presiiieni nun secretaries,
and eiupoweitug tlio Mate central com
mittee to Ml all vacancies that may oc
cur in (ho ticket, the convention ml
Joiirued at Ut.lO o'clock p. m.
The ticket I- one of tiiu best that the
democracy of this state has of late years
nominated, and It will he no surprise to
knowing politicians If there is a great
gain in the democratic returns on elec
tion day.
CLOTHING.
EW CLOTHIXOJ.
N
SvorytliiuK 3T" i- o ay li
HAIiiaiNS Foil THE PEOPLE!
311LLV.H & nil.I.IJl,
Having .do.ed out thsir old .took of Clolhlnn, hate
brought on a
Large nnl Splomlltl .Stork
WJile h embraces ere ry kind of
I'nslilniialiltt (Jeiitlf nirir Wear,
And such as .a auiteltoall cli.'et,
The t.uldsk es;ia; sttvut on to th'ir nipp y i
Hats nud Capo,
In 'r.i')i thf y wn'i-s. to lesd tin- niar'aet tisu i..
Iheir ,
lkIC'fO (xtlUllS,
Which einbrsre all atyle of Clolht, Cast mrr,
Tweeds, hi... Irom alauli they manufacture
'I.OTIII.ll lO OHIICK,
In the t-t manner, aud tritly faihlonaWe. Their
stot I; of
tai'titlnticu'N Fttriilsiliiiig Cioudo
( er tiimplele, ini'luditiK loan novelties nerei be
fure hioUKht to this limit t,
ntUMCft, OF KVKItY HTYI.f- VAl.ISK.s, CAKI'ET
HACIW, KTO.
Assured o their nbllltr lo sell Roods fr-im their nevt
stovl;, oheaper tnau ever lelore, they relyoua dis
irniiinutiiii public to extend them the pationace they
leerte. U3t daif
(JROUERIEd, LlCiUOlWcV TORACCO.
JM YTuTs: CO.,"
vikh.i:s ui. -itoci:tts, 1
OHIO LEVEE, VAlllO, ILLINOIS',
Also keeps Htly oil hand a most complete '
toiik of !
l,10.t;tMt.S, WIIIHKIK8,
SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKY, UI
I'orl, Jladtlra, Sherry and Catawba
WIIsTBjl.
ita, auiNT roa
J, H1EO CO'S CELEHHATED W11LEL
1NO ALE.
We sel exclusively (or CASH, to vrtilah vte luvdatta
atteniion iifeluse rush btiyert .
al-8ieclal attention paid to filllug ordr.
do2ls(iSdlf
JpOK SALE.
TWO FARMS
IS
BALLARD COUNTY.
THO 1VKIX IMPKOVKO Mlt1K
In north tlllrl, containing nlout lMcie mWi,
tonne Ur-cllinxliouiieiiuU nil iiFCt-f-nrout-huu-i'i
on one o! tlinn;uil a cwiuj;e ilvtelllng. autitcs
iil one of the llnrl tntwecu biirni in tlio cniltey
on lle iitlicr. Tlies m farm t e in Hie finest tobac
co growing region of Knutucky. being par'ly a
fertilo vrevk bottom, aol well wstcreJ.
Kvery Acre of tho IjiuiI
! uscentible fo the mntt iUPeensful cu'tlrMlon.
The farms J ln, ooU ill be .old separately or tn
one liOljr.
Kor terms and further parllenlara apply on tho
prrulf or to SS. W 1.U0U,
UlaJiJyillf, Kentucict. or to
J. K. ItLAUK,
Cairo, lllinol..
Kirch 3d, Wo-dlwtt m
T
AX NOTICE.
To Jninr. Mltrhel, the helra of George QuingsrJ,
anil all other in(e,etrl.
Vou reherny notitlo i that at a Mleof :ans an !
tonlot for tin-su, county and other tuici,
fur the ar 1T, helii ut the court hotii-e in the
ily of Cairo, u unly (if Alexurelvr ami stitonf
lllinnK, on the &itli uml aiitli B)uf July, t
o( in" tho p'in lui.-i'r uf the fiiuHiU im-cribcd
(iropi-lly, in.trif In thn name ol Jinei MIU-ln l,
the .N H of the N f. of reu II in To'.ru I It.ns'u
Went, n acri-a, for the turn nf l mJ, inihvnsiiio
of Ueori iluuiKurtl'a in'iri, ll .Nu. 'il in lliock
So. 4K inthocity of Calm, lor tin ititn Ol iSt JT,
ami that the time of rrnjcmptiori -vrill expimnu
the -nh nnd :ith ita) of July, If :u, anil if not if
Imunl i'i (d-. f.n.i- i shall apply for a deed Jil
pootftsionof Iheabor- devriil premiret,
.N. IIL'.VSAfKKIt, liirvhn.er.
Cairo, February Jlth, Ii7u. irb.4dlt.lli
oiii.icirr'.ss.iiii:.
l!y virtue ol A Special i'xeojtion to 'me directed
by the Cierlc of i In- cir mt coiut of Ua.n county,
in the Mate nf Illinois, i, fimrof itryaa sh.ui
tie.yaml apam-t Khulx'th A. Vail, t willottcrnt
public salu at thu Koutli-tteitctly diror of the
unit hiii-e. in the eiiy of Cairo, i:oumy nf Alex
ander uml r-late uf llliiioif, oi tlio fourth il.it of
April, A I'. tsro, netwi-cn the h'HiM of t ii'eliielt
a in. and .uiiseiof said ilay, to-witi Lot numis-r-etl
thir y eight MP) in U.wk numbered Korty
oedeu (I,) in the Kir.t Aildition to the rlty of
airo, county of Alexander and Mateo llliuol-,
witn all impMitrmciita ihrmm aituatsd as thf
p operty of tti. i east KIKabMh A. Vail, lor caib to
,n.l said cxeclltlou.
I.OfIS II. MYKIt-.
Hherlf of Alexander County, llllbol.
March ictti, l:e.-wtt
M
ASTi:its sam:.
M.iteof Illinois, Alexander Omar. s. Alexin-
dercouiity . irailil Uxin.
Inti'i matter ut Krtiis lluoim wh .lie. by
JobnJ. Kly, Ins licit friend, 'Ihnmts II- Mv
omul's, ms Ouardiuii tor l.inarilli lUiom asd
Knurdia tli-eoai. Uu till fur pirtition.
I'u'il.'' Notieen hf rebviten, that inpursuine
of ade. nCil onier enteral la ijio aboteinivir i
IMUse, in s,d isiurt, nu Ut' mxireiitli uy ui K
run A. 1 1. ItTu, m Uiu January teitn thereof. ..
I. 1T", I, John(. lUrinan, Master m Clwiver)
Iir s4id '-ourt, Hill, cm the set-nml day f April, A.
II. l;o,at 'i u'ilock in Hit aJl movii uf rsKlua),
ell st pubtK auction to the hl!liet bidder li.r
taiti.uttlii- aiiuthva-t dunr ol tlie court lioti-e in
lliei :tvof C'aiio, in .aid ootinly, thn f..lo;n;
dicrtbed real e.tale, itnv.n iu tlio eumit) i
A,eXallder, and State, f llillio.s, tO-u it
Tlit' we.ttialf of the north mt iitrof '
tton twenty fju) in tosrn.lnp titxteeii t - nuta
rsiie toui i"l 1 ilu'thiiil pnnciul iiivriduu.
luvetlur uuhaU and siniiular tlieteuiueNt.aBil
heiHiUmeut. ti.er"jtitu ts-lunsm.
JOHN t;. . ARMAS,
Master in Uhanecrt"
Cairo, III., Mlr-h ih. A 1. l.Te.-ibUtH-
A'
TTACII.UK.NT.
stsii.of llllneis, Alexander cntlnts, . In th
l irviiit (uurt of Alexitider rounty, Uliiivis.
April Term, ls;.
Ilenj.niiiin ,s Muon vs Q Vim Ilitiiimell. A-
Mimpsii; Atuii him-iit, demand l.v.itw.
.Sulii'e i. hereby jrnni 'o soutlie.Bid tj. Von
llummell lhatanli.l Atiaehnient hss been su.d
out f ttiaothue of thoUisK of tb Alexander Ctr.
I'tiit Uiurt at the suit "f lhe sal' I ItenjaiHtit M.
Muun and a;ainal the i-.t.te of you Ihv ait Q. V4t
J t sii. in I for the sum of rive liumir'd itotltr,
aide- ilili re.t, directed . the Mm nltsf sam .hiu
ty t iexei lite, ahi' Ii aa.d l l lus lieeu returne l
by .aid shenU'exi-eiitisl on Lot tn itoi in Itluvk
Teiit)-.erii i.'7) in Kml Addition to the i-tty of
Cairo, Alexander rounty, lliiiiwl,stli prorlt
ofsaiddelcudanti .Now nuteas )ou,th saiii I; Vou
llummell, defendant, shall personally b ami ap
pear beloro the circuit court of saia count) on the
first day uf tin- i.ext term Ihcrrof, to ! hidden n
the city of Crtirv, iu said couuty.on tnotlr.t Mon
day In tho Month of April next elie special Uil
aud plead to said ac-tlou, UHlKUKIil will Ui cutir
id ajtiintt )OU in tavnr of aaid pUintitf and the
property attai-heil soM to aati.fi tho same with
io.i. I0II.N H. IIAItMAS, Clerk.
c.iro, 111., KetirtiAry loth, l7t,
MsnnA l'oie, I'liuiitilf ' Atturne). fflrtTwIt
M
ASTEIl'S NAIiK.
M tie of Illino's, Alexander ''unty, s. Altxan-
der Coiinty Circuit Court.
In trcmMterof
lt-nry V. lUnninxntrt and Jeoh ItenniRhatr, wtt.
Her., 1c,, doitiK Isiaine.s tinder the tints name i,f
" II, V. x J tirtinlKhurr vs. IVtrr .itnerjian,
Catharine 7..merinan, and J-aintiel StatsTyor
and Kdwln l'ir.vn, Tiuslre., etc, and Javob
Kline, On biil to lorielo.e mort,UKi'.
J'ublio rotk-e is In-li b) jjiwii, ihat i pursuance
of a dei'ietal order entrud ill the aboo entillisl
i"tue, in saliliourt. on the Twentieth du) idJuu
uurj.A. c l;o, ui the Jmnuiry term tlieusif A 1
1ST", I, Jhtl. Ilalinaii, Mil ler III Chameri .ir
a.ildi'otirti will, on the second U.iy of Af I, A. II,
Is'o, al Sociovk mi tl e ntn riMM.ii nt , j,.
aell .it puUie nui'tiou lo tue i.iKliest bidder, fur
rash, at the south. e-t ilnur of luo ourt Imu-e m
the city nf Citro, ui -aid louiity, the folloaip
dervritied reul e.t.ite situntc m the Kirt Addition
to Ihucity of Cairo, in the rounty ol Alexander
and st He of l.lmo..', toium
It numbered Taeiay-eiijht (2) in Illo.'V. inim
l'rs Korty-einht (11 ns ktioanntiddes-.iritml nu
the ri- ordil mapnr plat theiciif, t.'n.. r i . th all
and ilntftilar the tenements ami neiedltiiiiruts
thrietinto lelonKlnc.
J01IS l UAItMA.N,
Muster in C'lwnccry,
Cslro, It!., March lh, itdAwai
ROOTS A SHOW. ' '
JLLIOIT, HAt 1HURN V CO.,
Wholes lie liealers and Manufaoturers,
.SKenta ui
HOO'JK -VlSTll) SII01,,sl
111 (lISM.Sf l!lll'AI. 4VKVI1K.
t Al HIP. ..l.llll
Partlotllat
riMDIT,
UAiTUOKS,
on p-a u to outers.
yiuuiT. I loTUiiiBer. aortos.
c. Bnirr,airHxoB,isii ,
I'AINTs.
II, F. TARKKIt. . II. K. Itt.AKKi
AKKKK A RLAKK,
'.!
Pealer .u
WHITE LEAD, INC AND OILS,
WINDOW GLASS AND P'JTTY
Urualira. Wall Knur au,l U'luJnw
kiiauea. ,
05 OUIO LEVEE CAUlOILL
GROCER! Erf-COM M 1S8ION.
j Q W. URKEN,
Sima..a.Im LMti. f .
'FLUUE .A. G-ZEUS" a:
I ANL
Hencral Commission Merchant,
CA1R0......M ..fr.LIN0J3
mvl tr
j Q. D. "VYILLlAMSois,
II()I,,:SAI,K QROCBK,
rnOPCCE AND Cn.MMlHSlll.N
2WC B II O XI jOI 3V T,
No. 76 Ohio Lnre, nlror III.
Special attention giren to con.ljniinentt asM fllllnac
s
3AML WlJ-SON,
;itiierln ii
1I0AT STORES, GROCERIES AS.) PRO
VISIONS,
IXIO Oliio ovoo,
Mlltr Cnlni. IIIIiioU.
pETER CUIIL,
Kxclnalve
Fl.OCIt MEItCH.l.NT AM) MIIXkRS'
AI.'K.ST.
,Vi. Mi (III I hm e. iHlro, IIIIiioU.
Orders .olkjitail and iromptly aad sttIaclnrllj
ftj'1 ' ncldtl
DYAS T. I'AltKKIt. JOHN B. PJtlLMB.
JpARKER .5: PIIILLIS,
, 0nerl
Commission and Fornttnllmr Merchauts
And llealem tn
liny, Com, tlnlt, Itrnn, hikI mII Hluda ol
l'rtMluer,
OHIO I.KVKK m ..-....CAIK0, 1I.L.
d dlf
. D. AYKKs.
t. i. JLTCItt.
YKllS & CO.,
r otjh
no otirc
V t M M J S S 1 O A" M E 11 C 11 A .Y 7'
Tin. I.-IU Ohio t.es ee, CAIHO, IL.1.
marlMtf , i
"wTsTJunnN. Jtruint.
STRATTON ft RIKD,
- -i ' . . t v
iuoee"or toStratton, llu l.nnit Cl.),
WHOI.JNALK
(Jrocers ami Commission Merchants,
Acenttor
Amrrlrau I'omler ii.,iitut .stniiulurlurria
Aueuts ir CoiIhii Varim. .
Nis. A? Ohio I.s-ter, t'nlro. III. s
oclJVtJtf
I J M. PHII.LIPrf A CO., ' I
Korwiinllng und Coininlssinri Mrrthants
-AMI-
A'll.Vltt'llO.l I I'ltOl'ltlKI Oiti
CJlxo - - - Xll inola.
l.itrrtil Advunca Made on Cvtiiivtimcntti.
re prepsred l' reerisr, atore or ftfl-n.rd Ireiilhta to
illtsMnis; Imy or si- n etimmissiim llnsine at'
.sum llusi
... fX'.
elKKsi tnaau I roini'Iii.j....
aiilalawt'
mm
VINCENT, 1 '
JL - n
Pesl-r III OlIKerte., I.ll, I'lasMr I'ailf, 1a.trr
lUir, Cement,
9
ml. ilk. sustiyaon haad Corner Kielilh .tree!
Oii.u I s. s. uairu llllnnls. l' tnrlU.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.-
F
ORPAI.K
it
JOHN V. Tno V KU A CO., 1 1
IIR0KEIIS AND EXCHAXIJE DEALERS
Eighth stteet, seennd dour fmm Com. Ave.,'
EXCHANGE O.V '
(rent liillahi, Snnthoru (erallBy,,
Ireland, France,
Nortliuru d'crinanr, Suetleii,
Norway.
Al.o, l'.isae Tn-kels fror.i
Ltrerpr:, Loudon, llarrr, Antwerp, Ilrtmtn
ami Unmburff, to A'rte 1'ori,
Or to any jiint We.t,
"I'i ill"tii.n i"sdon any point In Ktirure.
llMStrilN..
JOHN V. TUOVKIl st CO.,
Ileal Estate, Utnnl and Stock Urokcrs,
Will attend fit the wj nisnt nf .Slate, Countrand Cits
Tale, nnd all laisin,- pertulnlnic to a ORNKIUL
HIMKKllAOi:.
I'iniiTii riTitr.ET, worn! iloor from Com.'Ar.,
d.s i'irdir Cairo. III.
TAILOft.
(QORNBLIMIIOYLK,
tai on,
110 (MIUUIICIAI. AVHNttK,
lilKlliolt ilajrthorne s Hoot and 8ho Store,
HO. II I.IVnIS
"u'thiiMnudoiie u short notice. aaarA
STOVES, TINWARE, ETC.
.4 ii rt iiiir. i is u u a n i a n ua n.
A STOVK STOUK
I - i . -paiM
aks-a
Copper, Tin anil Sheet Iron
.T & ti t Trvr q. rac r Tr
, " , , . ,777.-73
St'l, llili II .1.-1(1,1 l 4 I I Ail lA.
.. ,(Ab9Vi.t.,iSWkiU!u..AavJ
Kojtfni!, "if 'terlny -poiitiiiK and Kleaintioi Wn
WillL
done 'it a neat aid suUtantmi insnner, al tlxirt uo
tier. ileeil'Kltl
,1ILL UK.VDd
' JJ .
s. .,1 s.
l ''li.i:l-li a
" '"C ' ' UilUWOtC."
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