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Qfttejijijjyjwhjnst Hall ; Editorial Rooms, Ohio Levee, oyer , Barclay's ft)ryg Store.
MONDAY5 EVENING, JANUARY 18, 1869:'
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JOHN H, OBERLY & CO.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY AND CITY
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A MEASURE FULL OF DISASTER TO
THE VITAL INTERESTS OF ILLI
NOIS. Tho people of Illinois rely pon,itbogpI
sense of tlio house to dofeut tho miscfiiotfoi
bill that recently passed tho senate, regula
ting tho furo upon nillronds within tho juris
diction of tho state. Certainly a moro Ill
Judged measure, or ono calculated to work
greater disaster upon tho common welfare of
tho peoplo, wiw never conceived by an Intel
Tho senato did not, most evidently, pursuo
tho operation of thW incasuro beyond its im
n.tJiatoull'octupon tho railroad pasagc fare it
uiincd to regulate. Assuredly, in view of tho
r-u'hirii' blow it must inflict upon tho pros-
j- rlty of tho whole people, no sensible, lion-
o' brxly of men could soriouMy entertain it
f r u single motnent. Declaro It to bo a law,
n I f -m thnt day tho groat railroad interests
rMllinoU will commence languishing, and,
I-1 ."lishing, many of the poorer railroad cor
p rations will coaio to exist. Pass such a
law, and you put Illinois at a disadvantage
that will show Itfdlf in her languor and" tho
vitality of her Muter states not onorvated by
baneful a measure.
TIuto are railroads in tho state, tormina
t ' - :it Chicago, that would, pofsibly, live
1 e ven p'cpr under a regulation that
i. 1 allow thum to charge no moro than
Wc cenU per mile for passenger travel.
It :i Js uxm which full jtH'senger trains leave
t'.r, e or four times every day might stand
t'."ireniro: but what would bo tho fate of
tl. -e other roads whoeo empty passenger
c m lies tell of a struggle to oxiit even under
tho present rate of pancngt-r faro? Day af
ter day wce) trains Hrrivo nt and depart
f.uiii Cairo with not moro than twenty pas
fcnr' r on board I Does any sane man sup
j that oven the Illinois Central compatjyi
with all tho vaU wealth it has nt command,
vr-j ild continue thttauioidalfurcojif operating
tl f utliern section of it road, if Ju regular
j :i5i ngor tmin yielded no inaro than sixty
d liars a trip? Knact the unwito law pro
I id. and n single pnger coach attached
t- a daily freiglit train will bo the stylo In
wM h tho llllnoU Central will be compelled
to fulfill it obligation "to iH)riM;tually oiK-rtite
D road to Cairo.'
.ttii-rn has ju-t commenced
itisf fr-in tho luthargy that ha, kept her
. p verty and oWurlty. llailroads travers
ing nonrly every county havo been planned,
and tho construction of many of them pro
vided fur.- Ujxu thtt promised itiflitenco of
t..i.-e road our people havo built high hopes.
T cy Hre rogarded as the ugencies that are to
d ..'pthu rich natural resource of the coun
try and to vii rich and oncrgixo tho people.
Tl o law propoH-d will crush down theio
hopes will drivo away every dollar of capi
tal that feuks employment iu tho upbuilding
of such enterprise, and set m baok ten years
cn tho suro road to prosperity that we nro
u w pursuing.
Kgypt It jptirM-ly populated, and for that
! great ditiieulty attend! our negotlu
t.ous for pnpilal from abroad to build our rail
r . ! t It go forth that that capital, if in
rciitid, bocumu subject to tho whims and cap
rictaofour lcgUIuture, and thero willbocuuto
t5 5UJpcct tho uaiiity of any man who invests
with us a single dollar.
If tho legislature joiiieied tho con
stitutional right to regulate tho faro upon tho
railroads of tho state, it would bo impolitic
and disastrous to oxorci.o that power. Hut
their right being quostionod, tho senato has
bem guilty of oxerclsing a doubtful powo?
in a manner detrimental to tho common
The claim that such a law would bo a blow
upon "monopolies" Is unworthy tho dignity
of tho Illinois legislature. What thcro is of
truth in the hue and cry of "railroad mono
pi'lifs" will bo attended to by tho people.
For such ovili correctives aro invariably pro
vided; but what is thcro partaking of the na
ture of monopoly in our railroad system, so
enc rmou, so wicked, that wo must, forsooth,
provido against tho couitruotion of any moro
railroads? The Illinois Central U hold as tho
chief tranjgresjor, and what ha been tho his
tory of that great thoroughfare? It has
pcpled tho vast area of our state with at least
h million and a half of industrious and thrifty
Inhabitants ; It has brought millions of acres
of land under cultivation, which, without its
presence, would bo lying to-day in a state of
nature It has caused tho upriso of cities,
towns and villages ; the opening of mines and
".nurrles, and, in short,' lias lifted us from tho
position of tho twolfth to that of tho fourth
state In tho union, in tho short ipaco of
twelve years. Yet It is n "cursed monopoly ?
Farmers convoy tholr surplm products 'to
market, by employing tho facilities it affords,
atono half tho cost thoy formerly Incurred;
they travel hero and thero in one-tenth of tho
time and for ono fifth of the costyet thero
aro somo who pronounce tho road a cursoand
would have It abated. "Vo aro no apologist
for tho wrong-doing of tho Illinois Contral
railroad company. In many things thoy may
bo oxacttng and arbitrary; but weighing tho
bad In a balance with tho good, wo And- tho
preponderance so decidedly in favor of tho
latter, that wo would feel ourselves untrue to
tho people did wo not defend it against meas
ures aimed to cripplo its usefulness. Hut tho
bill in question presents no euro for tho
alleged monopolising character of tho Illinois
Central. On tho contrary, it would fostor,
protect and perpctuato it. .Monopolies aro
not killed by law, but by competition; and
tho law proposed, by providing against tho
construction of any ,11Qro r!lur0ft(is jn tho
state, cuts oil" all probabilities of com
petition. Grnt,tho pc-wer!.plf!ihjc legislature
to,flxithpTo,of raijrW .trftv.qlat thrqQ cents
and you grant tliq powr tp fix Rt.ono cent.
You plrtfo fatlrdaa,compa'nIcia WrMfy at tho
meroy of a legislature that my cripplo of
destroy at will. Undor sticha.conditlon of
affairs, whoo Vtho'c'onTpaiiy dr pprppratlon
so rcckloss of Us own Interests m in build
railroads among us, whiio suporior nnd uriro
strictablo flcldfor jnvestmont nro presented
in ovory stato and territory oftfio United
States? Nowhere, most assuredly. r
Tho peoplo of Illinois, then, call upon their
rcpre!entdttv"c.i (n tho hoiiso to kill oil' this
monstrous measure of tho senato that would
crush out tho vitality of stato, while all Ispro
gress and prosperity around us. The peoplo
of Southern Jlllnoi, in 'particular, demand of
thuir representatives to opposo with zeal and
determination, tho infliction of so severe a
blow to their chief interest, and to relax no
effort until tho danger has passed in tho death
of tho measure.
HANKS RA VIXO INTERESTON DEPOS
ITS WILSONS AMENDMENT ,TO
THE NATIONAL HANKING LAW.
Senator AVilson has Introduced an amend
ment to tbo "National Currency Act," nnd
many of lU provision wo think sound, and
would work for tho safety of banks and tho
Section first provides that "no bank organ
ized, under said act shall pay or receive inter
est on money in any form for, or on account
of, a deposit mndo by; with or on account of
any other bank, corporation or individual.
.Wo think tho whole system of banks paying
interest on duposiu is wrong and injurious to
individuals, as well M dangerous to tho banks
thcmnclvos. To borrow monoy by banks Is
in direct opios!tlou to tho purpose and spirit
of their creation, which was-tho loaning of
money to facilitate business. A hen a bank
becomes a borrower of monoy it at onco bo
comes n comiwtitor with business men, who
rcpiiro 'loans, and not their aid and help.
Hut this Js not tho worst feature of banks pay
ing Interest, and moro particularly In tho
country. AVhcn monoy is enjy, individuals
aro neking to plnro their funds where it will
bear interest, and yet Lo available at sight. A
hunk paying interest thus gcU an accumula
tion of fund on which they pay interest, but
tho Individual still claiming the right to draw
tho samo at sight Tho bank, of course, can
only make it profitable by loaning tho samo
on time, and at n greater interest than it pays.
ThW does very well as long as tho money
market remains easy, but panics will come
and the, samo cajo that makes n stringency
in commercial circles works more certainly
on banks. Tho dc)xxitor calls for his money
on fcight. Tho bank can only collect at ma
turity of iu paper, aiid not at all times when
duo. Tho inevitable result is, a bank, having
a largo deposit, imiit suspend, or if they keep
safe losn tho interest they pay. Hence, wo
say, no bank should pay interest. Banks, in
tho eastern cities, can, safely pay a small per
cent.; for their money can bo loaned on call;
but this is a direct injury to commerce, and
has a tendency to" tako money out of business
circles nnd concentrate it in tho commercial
cities, thus crippling the business of tho coun
try. The wholo system is wrong, and we hopo
tho amendment will pass.
The coolest piece of assuranco we havo mot
with in yoars, is presented in tho following
extract from the Paducah 'Herald.' It is
moro than cool; it Is funny, and no man en-
Joys it moro keenly than tho editor of tho
Herald' himself. Head It :
No ono sees butter than tho editors of tbo
'llulletln" that tho southern railroad lino from
l'aducah is a fixed fact that a railroad bridge
will bo built across tho Ohio river at l'aducah
that Memphis will build a road to thi point
that tne JUouno tv unto roau will una its way
hero that tho Vincenncs, St. Louis, nnd Illi
nois Central roads will all seek the same cross
ing and the samo connections with the south.
Not to sco this, is to shut ones eyes to tho
logic of ovents.
Wo will not assert it, but we shall not be
astonished if we live to see tho day when
Cairo will build a railroad to reach tho great
railroad center nt l'aducah,
Tho town in whoso behalf such preposter
ously exaggerated claims are put forth, has a
llttlo forty mllo string of railroad running
back into tbo woods; but for what purpose
has not beon avelopnd. And a railroad
bridge at 1'aducuh I To place it abovo high-
water would require approaches of a height
that would necessitate a lino of balloons to
perfect communication between the cars and
tho town I
AVo admiro Paducah'i energy, and if alio
will only "go easy" Cairo will yet take her
under the "shadow of her wing" and make
something out of her.
General Halplne' Family.
The New York Tribune say : "Though
tho dead aro soon forgotten, wo trust there aro
still many friends of tho lato general Charles
G. Halpino who will hear with a melancholy
uatisfaction that tho income of tho register's
ofllco, which, through tho intervention ofgon
orals Grant, Sherman, Sheridan, and other
friends, was secured to his widow and nr.
phans, has amounted to full eighteen thousand
dollars; all of which has inured directly to
their benoflt general Patrick II. Jones, who
recuived tho olllco from governor Kenton, de
clining to receive any fraction of tho procoods.
Thia amount, added to what was loft by gon
eral Halnine, mainly in tho form of a liouso
but partially paid lor, securos to tho widow
and nor six minor children (only two of them
boyH, and thoy tho fourth and sixth in years)
tho means of keeping tho wolf from tho door.
Wo aro suro that thousands who novor met
genoral Halpino, with all who personally
kiiuw nun, win near tins wun pleasure.
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Tho Detroit 'Tribune' calls Muck Kottlo's
half-orphans, "fatherless skillets."
Dowdall, of tho 'Peoria Democrat' pays tho
following handsoino compliment to our rep
rjonttiv.o In tho housc,Tthc hon. N. K. .Casey;;
Dr. N. It. Casey, son of old governor Casey,
is, wo bcliovo, accredited tho honor of leading
tho democratic side of tho houc, and it coulu
bo loft in but few abler hand.?. Thoroughly
posted in parliamentary law, a ready debater
and clear thinker, ho is full match If not n
head and shoulders ubovo any member on tho
othor ship. Ir. JJailoy,, of, Stovunsop, is
taking tho lead of 'tho rciiublicau.siUo, and
though a new member ho has shown himsolf
far above tho average
(From tUftSamirtifey (OMjfitojslMcr
A prize of two dollars was recently offered
to any member of tho Connecticut Teachers'
Instituto who.could writo.iuiil spell correctly
thn words in the folWwirig'ftntencof "It is nn
agreeable sight to witness tho tinparalloled
embarrassment of an hafnecd peddler, at
tempting to gauge tho symmotry of a peeled
onion, which a sybil has stabbed witha pon
iard, regardless 'of tho inuendoesof the lilies
of cornelian hue." Thirty-eight teachers
competed for the prize, but not ono was successful.
Tho negro war in Georgia has been par
tially (-topped. Somo of tho iing-lenuors,
after robbing and murdering various of tho
planters, so soon as thoy found that warrants,
were out for their nrrwi by tho atato author
ities, and u posso being organized in tako
them, surrendered to the U.S. soldiers. Gen.
Thomas, in a report to gen. Grant, clearly in
diactes that ho favors tho negroes and Intends
to shield them.
A letter from London says Jeff. Davis and
wife havo been visiting Ireland, whero thoy
were warmly recciveuby tho Knglish ofif
clals at Dublin. They dined with the lord
lieutenant of Ireland and attended the olDcial
reception. Thoy expected to spend tho win
ter in the south of Franco.
SAW MUX OF E. T. HONS,
COllNKIl OK I.OCX.-T AND HKCOM' t-UlKKT.
Limit?!' of All Klml on If nml, mill Cut
Slab Wood on Hand and for Sale l.nv.
At (lie ravr Mill of K. T. 150-8, eurncr of I.evcrt ami
!h r.n.l fltfot )imlltl
It ITS AFLOAT.
Thn unJorstsnwl caucht alloat In tho Ohio river, on
SiUunlay Hit lbtti intt a barrel of liquid marked "OM
Tli owner, by proving property nml pavmis oharg?,
cm obtnin tho nm, w. II. HANDUnKY,
JAn.lb, 15i.3t Vtrry.lxwu 'Cairo."
DRY GOODS, ETC
U'tiuIfifUe an J ICotail IVakr in
Honey uud Staple
DRY G- O O X
HOOTS ASD SHOES,
HATS AXI CATS,
Gent Kurulalilug Good,
LADIES DRESS GOODS, SUA WLS,
ltlunlictM, CnHMlinercM uud Jcuiin
l!et Callcoe ...
Ilenvy Ilroivn Domntlc,
... ...... 1 7c
SOU ueilt'a II
A Sjilctulid Lint of
WHITE GOODS AND KHItltOIDEKIKS
Iluyers will do well to call and examine inr stock
btfore purchasing elsewhere.
U. II. CUNNINGHAM,
Mo. 00 Ohio Levee,
This society will celebrate IU rlmt atinlvrrary by u
Maflqiierado Dull, at Washington Hall
Monday Kvculng, January aa, 1869.
3PJ.olx.ot as M.... fj,i OO
COMMITTKK OV AKKANOKUCKTH.
II. JIVKKUS, W. ALUA,
W. T. UKKIIWAUT.
FRUCHTBH, LOUIS UI.ATTAU,
tHANGK OF FIRM.
llarinit purvtuiHcd tho entire stock and fixtures of
AtiK. Korttmojer, are preparod lo do all kinds of
Gas nnd S t o m F 1 1 1 i ng.
In aneat and workmanllkomsnner. Wo aro ulo pre
pared to repair all kindnofdas nxtureii, and by our
process of brooiing and Kih'inK make them In ovory
particular ai good iu new. Those havinir euch tlx
lures, will please give us a call NatUfctlon guaran
teed III all ciues. U. K. YKAOElt,
JanSdtf K. . MUUltAY.
. FOB SALE. .
Very Iiow yr'isLTomt."
Head tlicDescrlptlvo List
Printing 3IatvrlalH Ollcred
On Tutuday, the CtA inst., the undersigned
purchwud, n't aptblic tale, all f7i printing
material heretofore uked by the Cairo Demo
crat Company. Jlacitig. purcJiascd, previous
to this sale, a complete Job Office, ana all the
maiertul necessary for tho publication of the
'Cairo Evening Hulfciiii.' ice have noyidivid
ual use'or this material, and will dispose of
most of it entire, or in part at figures which
cannot fail to satisfy thosexotshiny to purchase.
The matcridl icas sold under chattel mort
gage, and icai bought in at an unquestioned
bargain. This enables us to sell at astonish
ingly low prices.
A perusal of the Descriptive List uill at
qnee give an idea of the size and quantity of
material used in the Cairo 'Democrat' office.
The Job Ueiinrtinent
Is complete, and the type ttscd partially new,
and-of the very latest tlyle-j& large number
of founts, in fact, having been' received from
the foundry within the six montfitpast. The
litt of presses comprisethe "Nonpareil'' jobber,
the "Gordon," and the WasJiington hand
presses, Nos, 5 and 2, and a Cincinnati hand
press, No. '-', all in splendid running order and
as good as new.
The XeVKiaicr Dtiirtnieut
In the quantity andqunlity of its material,
forms one of the most complete offices in the
Southwest. The quantity of Iirevier and Non
pareil is sufficient to publish a paper of the size
of the ChicagoTribune' orl7mes,' or Cincin
nati 'Enquirer,' with their respective weekly
and tri-iceekly editions. The cases, galleys,
stones, aland, raclts, standing-galleys, column
rules, are all in excellent condition, and ready
fur immediate use. We can supply m coun
try papers with full offices, complete in every
As we had to pay cash in hand for the office,
and as cash is just now in demamiwiih us, we
can sell only upon the same terms.
Can tioio (icait themselves of u rare and excel
lent opjn,rtunity to purchtnc complete job or
navsjtaper offices, or both combined. Those
who cannot call in person, cii, by addresting
the undersigned, andsiatii.g ( from thedesenp
the list) the articles deshed, obtain the prices,
and any other information that may bewlshed.
Head the Dcacrlnt I vc List.
IN JOU ItOUM.
One Wellington' h.ind-prets, .No. J, and rottcr-frame,
One ' W. huijlon' luoUtu ii iinnd-prt-'!',
One Cini-mnatl' ' '
One 'Well.'nonparciljoli pres and appurtenances,
One 'Higi-lowV piipvr uiior, . ,
One 'Tremont nfoand Miichin Oo's card cutter, ,
Ou 'ItugKlcs' curJ cutter, 1
Thirteen lyjx) tund,
.-even type-cabinet, wthpne,
One wood-lyiw cabinet, uitlirauks,
Two hundred nnd Ihirtv-nino trim ease.
One hundred und sixty-eight CuunU metal-type,
une loummeiiu wuor-saving
Sixteen steel composing stick
f.iK'ii imposing stones,
Kite stands for same,
One paper cabinet,
Ono sink, -
Thirty .seven news and Job chases,
Kire loose cross-bars for chases, v '
Thirteen Uais galleys, . ..
Klio wood galleys, ,
Two founts labor-saving rule, , ,
Hour labor-suvluitrtila caes, . : r ,
Ono initreliig machine,
Ono rablnet for Job inks,
One pHlr dlijders,
Ono julr shiiurs,
Tho founts brevier.
One Mint nonpareil,
Tu fouuts pica,
Nine ibimts metal border,
Three founts wood '
Three hundred Job cuts and ornaments,
Ono lot small newspaper cut and ornamcDts, ,
Two lead cnttem,
hlx specimen looks, ''
To malle ts, "
Ouelotiiinin and wood furnlturo, .
Tho wood composing sticks,
Two Iron kettles.
One cabinet hanapress,
Two boxes typj sorts, '
Two roller frames, '
Two roller stocks,
Ono ink knife,
Ouv fouut German news tvpo,
Two " wood type,
Tho ink stones,
Hivo founts metal German Job typo,
Ono oil can,
Ono lot Job leads.
IN NEWri KOOM.
Three standing galleys,
Hive paper loard, - ,
reven lnijoslng stones, , ,
Hour stands for same, '
Ono small ink stone,
One roller box,
Nine typo stands,
Seventy type cases,
Tlilrtv-iHu founts advertising type,
Ou fount brevier new type,
One fouut nonparail news type, .
Nine w ool galleys,
Twenty-elgut brass galley,
Three pairs news chose,
Two sett newspaper column and head rules,
Two sett iron side and foot sticks,
One lot brass rules sad dashes, .
Ono lot newt leads, ?.- i
Ono h ater pall and dipper, ' '
One clock, '
One desk. f '
Thirteen Iron composing sticks,
Twomnllets, . ,
Ono monkey wrench,
Two galley rucks,
Three oil cans,
Ono iron kettlo,
Ono slov emid pipe,
Two water buckets,
Ona tin wash dish.
One tin watering pot,
One conipositlou kvl'.v,
Tvo cases news cuts and ornaments,
JOHN 11. OUHKliY. Cairo Evening HulleHii.
PRINTING. BILL HEADS.
Oi Every Dcacrlptlou,
Printed at tho office of the Cairo Bulletin;
THE CENTJIAL ELEVATOK
Itcndy for Hccclving all Kinds of Grain
From cars and delivering tho aamo cither In bags -ir
bulk on liargesnr Unit..
The Kleyafor Is owned nnd will 1h maimgftd by tho
samo part ies owning und mnnnglng the Central Eleva
tors at Chicago.
' All grain received by its' will be
Inspected nnd Csrndctl
Hy nri In.pector appointed by the 1 . C. n. H. Co. For'
tho present season, Mr. J. Jl. Woomfuld, who law
acted In thn same capacity during tho p.t summer at
Ounleith with so much satisfaction toull parties, will
bo tho Inspcclor.
All grain will bent tho owner's risk of dnm.igo frorri
firo and heating".
Ttccelvlng nnd ilcliwrtng to Imrgos, grain in good or
der, including storago notto exceed 90 days; two
cents per bushel.
Storngii for each additional fho d.iys, or part tlierccf,
one-half cent wr buthcl.
ltceivinnndfellverliia to barges, "unsound'' grain
Including storage not exceeding llvodflys, twoevnt
Storage for every ndditlonn! fivo days, or jmrt thereof,
one cent per Mthe.
Rigging and tying Isigs, onc-hnlf cent per bushel.
Ilnirgtug ami sewing Uigs, one cent per busliel.
Wo ptirrxi.o tocuntlniMitir-olvc. strictly to thntor
acc 01 griiln. J. A E. HUCKINOIIAM.
Cniro, III., .Ian. 1. Ink). l.mlldlw
nniK Mmlrty, Illi
nois aim rittanurg
All co.il M-clghed. Terms, cash on delivery. Deliv
ered free to all parts of Iho city. Yard mid olllco,
Commercial Avtiuir, Iletvvren Tenth nnd
(Life coal yard of Mr.Donnld Trtcst,) , ,
TOJt EVEUVTJUG 1M
THE BOOK XiIKTE
Vo. ion CoMMrnrut Avenpi.
EV AKK1VALSI IN'KW AHUIVALS
CliniSTJIAR AND XK1V YEAR'S GOODS
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
122 Couiiiiurchil Avenue
Infurms thA cltiren of Culm and vicinity that lie lias
on hand ono of the l.irget and lest xisnrted stock of
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods nnd .Notions,
In Southern Illinois, liioh ho oilers at prices that niH
We will sell Prints, fur lcst brnmN, at from... to VAU
Yard u Ida llle.v;hed .Miilln at U Jo
II envy yard uiile iihecting nt M lbo
All-wool Hlaunrd St....... aw
Whitv Illankels x'r p;ir, nt........ ti U
Large slM all-wnn) (km I. In Hlmwls fit 1 'S
New stln hf lies' Cloaks at $.1 island upwards
Oovl l.lll-oys lit ......, 2f)
Elegant iiml lery heavy changeable and rig-
tiretl Poplins, per yanl, from ...Mto-luo
Hilk l'oplini nt .. 7V
Good y..rd-idu Merino ui lou
A Urge noortinent of
lUnt'k nnd Culurod Alpacas at 2.1 ccut
Ami numerous other styles of Dress floods oof re
All-linen Handkerchief, at luo
All-linen Toweling, per yard, at IVA
fiool Table I.lneti..........;. tilt
Irish Linen, yard Hide,,, 40
AII-hooI Socks , aj
Ladies' Merino IIomi l,Vj
Merina UudersliirUunil Drawers Wo
Also, a largo asHortmeut of
Alexander Kid Olovca.,
., 1 00
And all other Goods eorretpondingly lo.
It is therefore to tho Interest of every person tlryiias
goods to cull at
122 Commercial Avenue,
IteforiAmylng elsewhere, a money savod Is nwnay
Thankful for tho liberal patronage heretofore .ex
tended to us, we hopu to receiro Iho samo in future.
dee'll'iMdlf Ii. MlilfW.
pUINTINU, OF ALL KINDS,
At Uio ODlco of tho Cairo Dullotla,
tm - hk r ?M. rrnt km. t r