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OFFICE, BTJIiXjETIlNr BTJUjUHSTCS-, COB. 12TH STREET A.3ST3D WASHINQTON AVE1TUE.
JOHN H. OBERLY & COl, PROPRIETORS.
CAIRO, ILLINOISFRIDAY, MAY 24, 1872.
Our Homo Advertisers.
MRS. McGKK, :
On KlRhth8trl,U;co Commer:leland Weah-
uH.wM numi, i. uany receiving
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATKST AMINO AND 8U1IMER STYLES.
besides rail has of
BONKETB & HATS
Trimmed noil nntrlmined,
riCKCU FLOWED, MBB0.N3, TRIMMING1
of all kinds. Laces, etc., to
ssre. McOee has also a lares Maortmsnt of
reiicy jiuiciti, such aa
KKCK TIES. COLLARM. UNDHnsLEEVES,
KlIFrY, HASIJE4, FANS,
And II thr articles usually found In
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. McOee. In addition lo her ilMk nf F.n.r
end Millinery (lood, hu a line unit complete as
sortment of Cincinnati Custom Ma-le Ladles'
on msaee- nnon Mid uniwrent' lioou, Black
and in Colon. These are acknowledged lo be
the flout tad best ehoee in th market, aid tola
li the onl piece la the city tbat make them
MitS. M. SWANDER,
haa opened out an extensive atock of
All ol which are entirelv new and of the lerjr
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
And an t(ftnt sUftortmrat of
LACKS, JJUNOES, KID OLOVKS, UOS1KRT
and all articles uauallj kept In a flret-elaae mil.
Mta. Hwandir Invites the public toeell and In
spec! her Block, whieh ahe will lake pleaaure in
aiiowine to oiu aa well as new cuawrrera.
H. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Fitter's ana I'lumbtr's material, Weo
pnmpa, glebe and anil valves, atop
eecka, check vaivee.etc.
also leaai roa
fta Brotbara Fateat Dry ttata Meter
lad Mnrehenie, Wells A Co'a Automatic Wetet
indicator ana supply Valve for aleam boilers.
WINTER'S VLOCK, COMMKRCIAL-AYXNU
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail
COBMXR 32D-6TREKT AND OHIO LEVF.k
tvlltf P. BAUBLE
OJ to 10c
" Opossum... -
., ( OUor
M Beaver Skins
Green Suit, kip and calf. 12 to 14c
Deer Skins to 36o
For otbor article, such at rags, foatb
ers,'ees wax, wool and tallow, we will day
the highest market prices.
Burnett & Co.,
Thornton' block, Tenth itreet, Cairo, 111
THE FUH TRADE.
n. LETT CO.
THE SUCKER RADICAL CON YEN-
ALL POLITICAL HOLINESS
CLAIMED FOR GRANT AND
BURNETT & CO,
UIOUKaT CASH PRICE l'AIII FOR IIIDE-
Messrs. Burnett & Co.Tbornton'a block,
Tenth stroct, are prepared to pay the high
est ash prico for nrticlos in their line, aa
follow e :
Prime Mink $1.75 to '2.55
Raccoon 60c to COc
10 10 10
40 to 60
10 to 12
5.00 to COO
, 6.00 to 7.00
MEETING OF ILLINOIS LI11ER.
ALS AND DEMOCRATS.
A HARMONIOUS PLAN OF ACTION
ARKANSAS LIBERALS SOLID FOR
GREELEY AND DROWN.
Mr. VtBKOi, III., April ) 1972.
Kdifor Cairo flulUtiit :
l)r.n 8ia rieae to announce mo ai a candl
date' fur Clerk oftlie Supreme Court, Southrrn
Orand DitIsI in ol Illinois. Thenewconatltutlon
ptondea that the Cletka of tliu Supreme Court
shall hereaftrr b elected at the Norember elec
tion, Intleml of Iba June election aa here lore.
Tlio aacceanor of the prceent incumbent are
lobe elected till coming fall, but will not qualify
until the ptevnt terms explro In 1S73.
K. A. D. WIMUNK3.
, TXT TBI BIO II EST
Below .will be found tbo corrected lUt
of prices paid by H. Levy 4 Co., for
hides, furs, feathers, wool, tallow, boes
wax, and all kinds of country produce
Levy & Co. do a very large trade in their
line, and it Is a well known fact tbat they
always pay the highest pricos to bo ob
tained id tuts market. They are now
Beaver, per pound "
r ' HIDES, VIK POOMD
Beef Hides, Dry Salt ,.
i Green Salt
Tallow, P" P,und
Wool, " '
$3 00a 2 25
5 00 a7 oi
2 00 a 6 00
50 a 76
18 J a 20
9 a 12
TOE ILLIXOIB RAUICAI, CONVENTION.
Si'iMNoriELU. III., May 2'i. Tlio Repub
lican auto convention, which met here at
noon to-dny, was tlio largest delegate con
vention ever held in tbe date, every
county in the Unto being fully represented
except one. Thuro was a very largo nt-
temiuneu oi prominent republicans irom
all purts of the stato. Thn convention was
called to order by General Ronnker, ol tbo
central committed, and the Hon. J. R.
Root, of Cook county, was elected tempo
rary chairman. He made a brief a uueeb,
returning thanks for the honor conferred,
and read tbe following dispatch :
Washington, D. C, May 22. To tbe
republican state convention, Springfield,
ill.: Ulvn us harmony, wild big Hearted
Dick Oglesby for governor ntid good men
as his associates on tbe state ticket, nnd
we will carry Illinois by such, a majority
at will till every true republican Heart
Signed: juii. a. i.uoa..
After tbe appointment of the usual com
mittees tbo convention took recess until
2 p. m.
was effected bv the election of Hon. S. T.
Iogan, of Sangamon county, president,
with vice-presidents from each district.
On taking his seat, Judge Lognn made an
eloquent speech, which was loudly cheered.
On motion, the convention proceeded to
nominate candidates for slate olllceri;
Generul R. J. Oglesby wus nominated fur
governor by acclamation and alter nn In
formal ballot, General J. It. Ueveridgo
was nominated for lieutenant governor,
also by acclamation ; for auditor, General
C. E. Lipbincott was nominated by accla
mation, all opposition being withdrawn
before a voto was tnken; Colonel George
II. Harlow was nominated for secretary of
..-. V T... f W f'lnip fur Ip.dinrop
and J. K. Edsail, of Lee, for attorney general.
THE COMMITTEE ON RESOLUTION",
through their chairman, General liann,
reported the following, which were
adopted with immense applause:
Tbe first declares the past acts of tbo
republican party a better guarantee tlinn
tbe mere resolutions of a new party, and
recounts tbo achievements of tlio republi
can party in the destruction of slavery;
tho introduction of civil service reform;
the adoption of tbe eight hour system of
labor in tlio public service; tbe mainten
ance of a policy fully protecting natural
ized citizens from the claims oi loreign al
legiance; honesty and juslico te both set
tlers nnd Indian's in iU Indian policy; tbo
suppression of the rebellion ; tbo mu't-urn-ble
restoration of peare and order through
magiiunimous treatment ol tho rebel.
The second extols the financial policy of
tbo party, which hus reduced both the na
tional debt and tho national tnxej, placed
the crodit of tbo nation in tbo bett condi
tion and furnished tho people it good na
The third declares that no other party
can be safely vntruttcd with the nationul
Tbo fourth declares as a fundamental
principle of the republican party tho right
and duty cf its supporters to criticise na
tional, tttato or municipal government,
and usserts that no party ever existed in
the country that can boast of so much in
dependence of thought, epeech and ac-
Tlio fifth declaros that nil fovcrelgnty
emanate from tho people.
Tlio sixtli claims lor mo republican
party h monopoly of respect for human
riirhts and duties", it being tho only party
of progress that exists.
Tlio seventh and eighth duienu mo no
tion of tbo party in congress in relation to
Tho ninth and tenth indorse Grant s rc-
comtnendatlou for national legislation for
the protection of immigrants and pays n
compliment to the army and navy.
The eleventh pays a lilgn compiimeni
to tho efficiency, honesty and ubility of
Grant, nnd instructs tbe delegates to voto
for his ro-nomlnatlon nt Philadelphia.
LI11KKALS AND DEMOCRATS UAHUONIZINtl.
SfitiNoriELD. 111.. May 22. A confer
ence of liberal republicans and democrats
was held in this city to-day, and after n
generul Interchango'of opinions, tho liberal
republicans adopted ti resolution, that n
Stato control committee of thirteen bo ap
pointed to tssuo a call for a lllwral re
publican mass Stato convention to nomi
nate Stato ollicurs and presidential elect
ors, and to tuko such steps us it may deem
- . e . lit I
propor tor tho organization oi mu noorui
party in this State, and recommending that
tho said convention bo held at Springfield
on tho 20th of Juno. Also, that said com
mittee take immed ato steps to organize
Greeley and Urcwn clubs throughout tho
state. . . . .
A resolution was adopted by tlio tlcmo
crats presont requesting tbo democratic
stiito centru committee io buuiiiuiiiuiii. mu
call issued by them for a democratic stato
convention oti tho 20th of Juno, by adding
tn thn business of so ectlnc delegatus to
tho national democratic convention, that
,.f nnmlriiititiL' a stato ticket. llio meet
. , i ,
Ing was attondod by aooui one nunureu
liViornl rmuililleuns and democrats from all
- r. . . . i I., it, ,t.. .
narts Of 1110 State, nnu lis uuiiuumwuin
were harmonious and the feeling entbusi
MAY PARTY AT THE ST- CHARLES
A Social Party will bo given nl tho St
Charles hotel on Friday evening next,
under tho auspices of tho young men of
Cairo. All porsons having received cards
of Invitation to the series of partlos recent
iy given by the Cairo Terpslchorean Club,
are most respectfully Invited without fur
Having refurnished this well known
and popular boarding house, on Sixtli
stroet, near tho post office, tho proprie
tress would Inform tho public that alio
is prcparod to accommodate tbe public
with first-clais board and well furnished,
well ventilated rooms on tho most reason
able terms. Amplo preparations have
been mado to accommodato nn unlimited
number of day boarders. Patronage so
licited. Mrs. T. N. Gaffnky.
Pat F itzgorald, of the samplo room
has received tbe appointment of agent for
tbe tale of the Hntnmondsport, N. Y., Ur
bana Wine Company's wines in this city
If tbo bottlo with which we bavo been
favored is a sample of tho quality of
theso wines, then we aro prepared to say
that they aro among the best we have ever
tasted. Ho has just received n largo con
signment, which be is prepared to sell at
the lowest figures. Ho bus also on bund n
large and complete stock of tbe various
briindH of Irish, Scotch nnd American
whiskic, and wines of every variety.
t$Cg?C. Hanny wishes the
public to be informed that he
lias on hand a Stock of Goods
as extensive as any in tho
Southwest, and that he is de
termined to sell every article
at prices Lower than the Low
est. Call on him to-day and
examine goods and prices. He
will satisfy you both as to qual
tv and cost.
A DM INISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
K.tuto of 11. P. 11. Canister, deceased;
'III- iindeMxned hxtin: l,'ii appointed ad-mioi-trntur
of tht rstalH of II. I. 11. Cannier,
I it- ii ilif foui'ty of Alejtandr, Rnil Muted II
hnn", 'hii.piI, l,t- ct.jr ti iioIIi-h ttiM he will
app-nr beioin llm i-iiunty roiirl of AUiamlfr
mi. ut) , t the eourc hoil In l.'ulro, : theJunt-li-tn
, on the third Mon l ty in June next, at
hlM Mine nil ptr-on. hviui clmin aainit
i-n.l h.uih uru noilHfl ami ri-iueMt-d te attend
fur the purp'i-e of hftvin the nfne mlutted.
.Ml pyrfuti" Indeott-iito Kid titH are re'tuented
tu mk iiiilui-'liatn iit mi-lit to die ilrnlor.-UiipJ.
Hlrd thin 'id diy "f Mh)-, . I. Ii;.'.
U9.l J. 3. MOItltl", AilmiulslrMor.
Ktnle of llllnl, Alexander county, m.
In the Circuit Court of mud Alexander county,
July lrin, lK7i. i.eorye ri.ner, auiniuittra
tor oi the estate of John II Carle, drcea.ed, n.
Caroline I'amter, John fnln'-r, Ainelia Kvid,
Curev It. Rild, Henry Clnrk, Thorn. Clark and
Martha Clirk. IVlitiou to tell real I'Ktato to pay
Altidmli of the non-residence of the above named
elendamalmvins been filed in the ttlerk'n ottieo
f the naiil court. notive l therefore hretiy ittven
ii tlie oaid delendnnti that the eomplalnunt tiled
hi' petition for leave tn aell the southeaat
iiatler of avction uinetei n, In townhlp humtier
iliiricrii yi n.iuiu mil)," iiii". ''i
mm principal ineriumu in aiu cnuniy oi aii-x-
mler, In naul court on the .- uay ut April, 187.'.
rid th it ihereuiion a aiiminnns i.urd on; ol eaui
court returnable on thenrtt Mnn lay in the mouth
of J ul v next. a la liy law required. Now unlufa
J oil, (he Mini ilefcndanta ahull pereonally Ihi and
appear before the said circuit court un the tlr.-t
III, III IIIW lie. fcVIHI iiicir.'i, " w iivmru n. nn-
II v fil lyUiro, IU aill UHUIIIJ , un iliu lira, jtuiiiiny
n Julv next, and plead, nunwer or dt-niurtolhe
..1,1 emniilHlnRnt'i, hill of voinnlAlul. the mine
and the nia'tera and thniRi therein eharced uuil
stated will bo 'alien as confessed, and n decree
enterou agalust you according to the prayer ot
said bill. . .
juii.n u. iiAKM.t., uieric,
Cairo, Illinois, April a!d, 1S71!.
(Jeorite Kiiher nnd LtueiMr. Munn A rope.
Coinpt'a Bol'a. 4w3w,
60 a 06 1
00 a 70
thar notice,. It v.iuv n . .
Chas. M. Howk,
JAI. A. PlIILLIf,
6-228t CommtUe of ArrangemenU,-
o o a
u n a
SIGN OF THE
74 OHIO, LKVEK.
C A. IK, o.
Wholesale and iletat!
FAIiST & OIL DEALERS.
Wii keep a lull stock of Pure Drugs and
Al.o a complete Una of toilet articles. Im
ported and American Soape, tky
Together with a lare assortment of Drujwiata
Ur virtue of nn execution to mo directed by
tlx-Cleric of theCiruiiit Court of Alexander oouo
ly.ln thoHtateot'lllinola, In favor of the peoplo
of the elate ol Illiuois, Iir the ma of Tliom.ia
Lewis aim auHlnst Kiel u. Moritan, wiina-n J.
.1.... I...,. t. Ill, II., llu.H.,..l M.....I. IaI,.
All II, I ntiitiv miiiij, .iciiinii. uiiij.i, ii wiriiu
(. lliirinan, I liavo levied upon the lollowuis
uen'rioeu properly, iii.wii; t.ui nuin-iereu
l elte (12) und thirteen. 13, In blnuli numbered
two i-j, in ino my oi uairn, m saii cuiitiiy nnu
atato, us the properly of anid lleruard tiinyth,
which I will oiler at publlii eale. at the "until
west dour of thn court linns , In aala city, on
thn Hth day ot June, A. O. 1872, between the
hours nt nine o'clock u.ui, and aunael of aaid
day, for cash, to uatisly aid execution.
fiheriti of Alexander Cjinty, Illinois,
Cairo, III., May 2 J, ISU.
Frank Hums, defendant, la nollliod that
on uie urm uuy ui ?iy, i-i
Anianila Iliirna, rompiaiuant, nieu iter
bill in chancerr tor divorce, in the Alexander
county Circuit Court, state of llllnoie, and that
pam em. i now penumK in mm tuun. n . u .
innna wan iaaued out of the flertH ottlce ol aalil
court aKalnat you, returnablo on the Oral Monday
ul July next, io n, term ui aa u cuun iiien u no
lintdeu at the Court House In Cairo, in aald
coujtynni state. ,navn ,. .
Dated May 1st, Wt. r 8.jldllwi.
Oreen A (illbert, aollcttora for complainant.
An eltecttlAl oreventll-e ot Cholera. Tvohoid
L- II ..- h.A...l... t- l ... ' ......
refer, ,- iia. ccmiri mri, irn-ni, wit'
tie Iti-eaie. and all xtllpntial and eonuxloin
dlfeaaen. It l put up la pnilboard carloun, the
lops of which contain perforation, Irom which
it can b sprlutled an from a pepper liox. Hold
ny iiai.ui.ai iii.w.-?.
The retail price I -Meetiii per package.
(ProreedinK" of the Hoard of Health Otllciat.)
Omri llotit or HrALTii. 8r, I.oi i", '."Jd May,
lb;i. The reanlent phynlcLian elateathathe haa
tn-ed, in the city lin-pual, the rarhoilc acid
K)iler mid finda it the be.t disinfectant and
deMrnyer of biift, anta, enckroaehe Ac , ot
which he ha knouledue. Ti ur committee re-r-onunenda
Hie purchaae of Ihla powder for use
in thn hrwiiimW.
(Signed, It. It.O'llltlKS,
Clerk Hour. I ot Hiallli.
We ere now iu receipt if a fresh stock of
Kor the eaon ; alio a full lino of
Aud Palnlera Material generally.
St. Louis Advertisements.
T II e
To buy the Celebrated
AND 11KST qCAI.ITIF.S OK
AND ALL KINDS OK
AT THE VKRV
CI 2 nnd G14 North Main Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
Halerrooms of the
Ezcelolor Mannrncturlnc; Company.
Principal Office 104 Fifth St., Ciu., O
TIIK ONLY ItKLIAHLE GIFT ENTF.tU'HIBE
IN THE COUNTRY!
S60 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo distributed in
Ii. D. SIITE'S
UJth Hegular Monthly
To be drawn Monday, June 3d, t'i.
Two Grand Capita lh or
$5,000 In Greenbacks!'
A. N. Cheney, delendant, la notified that on the
Hth day ol March, I87J, a writ ol attachmentwaa
taautil out of the clerk'a otnoe of the Alexander
Countv Circuit Court In the State of Illinois,
nnsinst your estate, returnablo on the first Mon
day In iirll, 1T, aa the ami of Thomaa J. Ept,
plalntift, for the sum of t'i) Ot and accruing la
lereal, which writ haa been exec-lied, and said
ault la now pending In raid court. Unless you
shall appear on the retnrn day thereof, Judnmant
will be rendered against you, and the garnishee
aerved In said causa required to answer, and be
dealt with according to law. Dated, March IKh,
mi , JOHN Q. HABMAN, Clerk.
Alien, Mulksy Whtlr7at?ys for ptslaUfl.
Do you wtah lo receive all the benenents of
llio ceieutiiieu -
aWrSARATOGA, N. Y.,
mar blue lick, ky.
Without the expenae of a trip to thoaa resort".
If ao. apply to un. We recelvo these waters di
rect iraiu no a irinir., aii'i aro iiirinmi ii, in
n.l, ill,,,,, nnw. I CI" Cdl.ll. tre.li and L it- v
from our counter, rerenni living at a distance,
or who wiah lo- have the water in ineir luunen,
can bo supplied withBaralona in bottlea and Dluu
J.ICK in UOllie., r(ii .mi uuitbl, iitu ... w.
Aciruular In retard to the medicinal virtues ol
llieae noieu waivia.
Two Prizes $1,000 ?
Fivo Prizes 000
Ten Prizes 100
One Uerseand Iluggy with liver-Mounted K.tr
ne. wortn V'" eiwn.
One fine-toned HoscwochI I'iaiio, worth !'op.
Ten family aewinit machines, wonh Slou each.
Five heavy caned old huntinj; natv'lies and heavy
g lit chalua worth IJuo each. Five ro! t Amer
ican hunting watches woith SI'Jj eacli. Ten
ladlea cold huntlnif watchen north llul each.
L'lk'ht liundreil sold nnd silver lever huntliir
wntchee, in ull, worth from S-Mtoln'. Ladies'
Itold leoutine chain-, Kent'" Old lent enaina,
ml Id and double plated "liver table nnd tea
.fpooiiH, photograph alhiiina, jewelry, etc., etc.
n hole number ot k1"". e.uuu. Ticket limited to
Aitenlt wanted to H'll ticket to whom liberal
premium will lie paid.
firgiutlelieli one dollar j six tickets five dollar-;
taclvo tickrtu, ten dollara; twenty-tire
ciriulara containing n full list of prise, a do
acription of the manner ot drawing, uud other
Information In reference lo the distribution, will
lie sent to anyone ordering them. All letters
most tie nddrejaed to I,. II. blMI, Ilox, Mi,
nrrnr. Cincinnati. O.
101 Wt'ttftilut,, iiorJ-n.tdly
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Leoali.kd nv Statk Autiioiiity and
Drawn in Puiilio in St. Louis.
Grand Single Number Scheme.
50,000 NUMHKItS. '
Class E, to hk Drawn 3lay 31, 1872.
C,880 Prizes, Amounting to $300,000.
SOU l'rlieaof. W
0 " or I.ono
9 ' ot 6"0
9 ' of aiaj
11 ' nf MO
.10 ' of 200
.'111 " of IM
tan ' of. IM
Ml ' of....... 10
Ticket' $10: Half Ticltcts, $5: O.uartor
Our lotteries are chartered by the Stale, are
nlwaya drawn at the tlinn named, anil all draw,
lugs are under the supervision of eworu com
luiiii!iiera. The ollliiial drawing will be puhllhhed In tho
Ft. I.nuia papers and a copy sent lo purchasers
We will draw a similar aeheine the last day of
eiery month during the year 17'J.
Betnilat our rlk by pomofflco money order,
reg'elered letter, draii or expreaa. .-enu for cir
P. O. box'.'IIU.
MUltllAV, MILLF.H A CO.,
ci. i.oum, jiu,
A. N. Cheney, defendant, la notified that on the
Hth day of March, 1ST2, a writ nf attachment waa
issued out of the clerk's ofilce of the Alexander
County Circuit Court, in the mate of llllnoia,
anainat your estate, returnable on the first Mon.
lav in April, A. I. Wl, at the suit ot Naf.an M
Thompson, plalntill. for the mnn ni S)tl8 fu and
acorulng interest, which writ haa been executed,
and aald al la now pending, lu aald court. Unleaa
you appear on the retu n day thereol, Judgment
will l entered agtlnat you, and the aarnlalie
aerved in said can-n required to answer, and be
dealt with according to law. Dated, March 11th,
. ,JUUN Q HABMAN, Clerk.
Allen, llulkay Wheeler, stt'yt for plalntill.
FOR SALE, fr8j f FOR SALE,
FOR SALE.jfoEitdolFO" SALE.
Faro from Livjsri'ool,
Faro from Londcndkrry
Faro from Glahoow,
Faro from Qukknhtown
CAIRO, ; : ::;:;: 48
eattord, Morris A Ca
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AY
THE LATEST AK1UVAL OF DRY GOODS
Grand Opening at Cunningham's
Mr. It. II. Cunningham has lately received (and is daily adding to It) one of tbo
Largest, Finest and most varied slock ot Dry Good over brought to this market.
Every floor of his Commodious Establishment Is literally packed with goods. On tba
lo'vcr or first floor may bo fotiud
Dress Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, Embroidery & Fancy Notions,
Of ovcry description, nil of wh'cb will be shown to callers by tho tnoit polite and
attcntivo snlesmen. Among the
DRESS O- O O ID S,
WILL HE KOUND
CHINESE GRASS CLOTHS,
BEAVER BRAND PURE MOHAIR,
BISHOP AND LINEN LAWNS,
PERCALES AND OIQUES
LINEN GOODS, CALICOES, & DOLLY VARDEN PRINTS
Of every variety. Tho stock of ladies
WHITE GOODS, SILKS AND SATINS,
Is full, comnleto and fashlonnblo. Amonc the stock of FANCY GOODS ar
elegant Thread and Guipure Laces, Collars ana Cull, Ribbons, Ladles' Neckties
Dolly Vurdtn Bows nnd Gloves.
JOSEPH'S FAR-FAMED KID GLOVES
will bo sold at SI 00 per pair, warranted. Cunningham exhibit a full lino of
3T1 1 1ST IB HOSIERY
Of evory description. Fifty dozen pair of tbo Balbraggin Silk Embroidered, will
bo retailed at from 70 cents to $1 'J! per pulr. Thcio hose are Imported, are of Irish
manufacture, und aro now counted tbo best and handsomest in the market. Tho stock cf
WHITE &c COIOEBD T-A-EXjIE X,HTE3ST,
SHEETINGS, TOWELING, ETC., ETC.,
Is undoubtedly linor than has over been brought to this market, and will be found
to contain varieties suited to evory tasto and every pockoU Those beautiful OTTO
MAN SHAWLS AND SCARFS aro beine sMd at astonlshlne low tlcures, and the
stock of Muslins and Piece Goods, which includes Rroadcloths, Cassimerci, &c, is
largo and well selected. Gentlemen can be furnished with all sorts or Underwear,
White Shirts, &c, cf tho very best make. The
Which occupies tho second floor, contains undoubtedly thn r.iost elegant variety
evir exhibited in this city. Brussels, Tapestry, Three and Two-Ply Matting, Oil
Ulotn, Stair Carpels, Rug, &c. On this floor also, ia a handsome line of
BOOTS .A. 2r m SHOES,
Made in tho latest stylo and sold at low tlguresj and a line assortment of
SPRING AND SUMMER HATS AND CAPS.
Mr. Cuninghum, always studying thu tusto and needs of his patrons and tho public
generally, invites them cordially to cull and examine his display of Spring and Sum
mer Good", satisfied that nowhere olao in tho city will they bo shown liner goods at
lower prices. 4-i!5dtf
Our Home Advertisers.
rOMMISSION A XI) FOIIWAHUI.N'U.
CLOSE & VINCENT,
Ckmkst, Plahtkk Paris,
P LAST E R E R'S 11 A I R,
Corner Elerhtts Fitrrct nnd Ohio Levee,
Liverpool Mew-Tmk and Philadelphia
VMssa coxTaiCT witb vxirao ariTM aau earns
Kor Carrying ine Malls.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa ruara-sa mrosaUTloa
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALR, Aot.
is Broadway, New.York, erto
Wssbiafttea Aveaus, Oair. noie. ,ji
II. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in I-'oreigu l-'ruit.s ANuts,
No. 134 Commercial-ave.,
Our Home Advertisers.
Z. 1). MATIIUSS,. r.. 0 .UUL
MATHUSS &, UHL,
C 0 M M I S S I ON M E R C HANTS
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCT
NO. 01 OHIO I.F.VEK .
MILLER k PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES,
ItloO Ivee, CAIRO, ILLINOUI.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
PRODUCE & COMMISSION
No. 76 Ohio Levee, CA1HO, ILLINOia,
sWHpcclal attention given to conalgnments on
WOOD 1UTTEN HOUSE,
General Commission Morcliant
183 OHIO LEVEK,
STRATTON Si BIRD,
(Successors toSlratlou, Hudson A Clark,)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Bucceasora to E. B. Handriccs A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal Advancements made
Are prepared to receive, atore and forward
freights to all points and buy aad
aell oa commission.
MrDiiaineaaai tended lo promptly;
JOHN B. WILLIS St SON,
iSuoce.sors lo John M. Hillila.)
DEALER8 IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, :Meal, Bran, tie,
Cor. TitWTHT, axd OHIO LITX