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' SATURDAY EVENINQa JANUiVHYi2i 1869. ,
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OniCIALPAlIt OE COUNTY, AN J CITY
, W1IE REQISTlirJAV..i ' 1
Tho oxporlenco of font yenrs hm shown
that tho registry law of thin state is a nuisance
and tin abomination. It la the most ill-Ulgcst-cd,
nwkwardly framed jiiccp of" Joglslntfon
Uiat cumbers our statute books, lin'dVe A)
fjlad to notice that tho present legislature
evince n dIosltloii to wipe Itoutof existence.
Its purpose was to preserve tho purity of tho
l,nllot-box, hut its effect has boon tho reverse.
It opens tho door to fraud and abuses that
wore not attempted under tho old Inw 5 it in
volve tho' different counlfcsW thoVstc in
nn oxponso exceeding thrco-fold tho cost of
elections prior to its pnssngc, und is of a na
turu so complex and uncertain that scarcely
nny two lward of regiitry givo it tho samo
Ordinarijy tho right of, a person, to(vptc,
whole namo appear upon tlit register, is
never questioned. If any doubt arises as to
It's qualifications m an elector, that doubt is
nt once dissipated by tho announcement that
'hi l registered. ' Neither judges nor clinl
lcngrr ehoofo to extend their inquiries be
hind tho register. The fraud thus overlooked
Is known only;to.tho.qiwbo aro familiar, with'
thr registering process. An individual pre
fonts himself for registry. Tho Judges, not
knowing him, ask how long ho has resided in
tho state, how long in tho voting precinct, and
if he is n citizen. Uu replies in a brnzen man
ner. "Whv there aro men in this town who
layf known mo for twenty yr, nnd if I tan'.
not u voter I would hko for you to show mo
one. ' Tho questioner weekly replies, "Well,
wo merely asked for information ; wo have to
comply with n very ridiculous and exacting
law; and down goes tho namo of tho appli
cant, who has not, probably, been in the stato
six weeks! This man yotes at tho ensuing
election, And ilrfdtitlbni are asked, for tho
rcuoonthat ho is registered !
Had this samo man appeared at tho kUs,
under the old law, thejudgei wolildiiavlf put
him under oath, und rejected his vote; but
under tho pretcnt Uw, tho judges suppoiu the
board of registry exorcised all duo cautloty
and tako tho fact of the applicant namo be
ing on tho registry ni eouclmlvo evidence of
his right to vote. On tho other hand, the
board of registry, looking to tho judges of the j
election to cure any defects in their work by
Inquiring into nil doubtful cases, do not excr
civ tho ciutiou they would, wm thoy satis
UcJ tVit the ir division upon nn applicant's
r.ght to voto would bo fannied as stitUeicnt
nr.'l final. Thus hundruds and thoutands of
ii "gl VotuA am oat that would be excluded,
If It Wt-rp not for tho registry law that actu
nl'.v pcns tho door for thorn.
.Members of tho legislature, loth democrats
n. 1 rndlcal, are conlr.ant of this abuse of
t. ballot box, nnd will, no doubt, apply the
rt-rrcttive by repealing the foolUh registry
law, nnd rostorlng tho law that formerly gov
erned our election, or by tho passage of a
: :oro explicit law of a kindred nature.
xk ir.v pa ha a it a phs.
i .' it"J frgni nsir Utpt tlrf rmt.)
A Life !ivtil hy n CIiIruoii.
In I'ittuburg, on Thursday, n lady s chig
non saved her life. Somo boyis wore shooting
at pigcns on Fourth strwt, when a ball fired
from ii gun passed through tho window of
.Mrn. JJrig bpnling house, and struck a lady
In tho parlor seated with her back U tho win
dow. Fortunately, eho wore a large chignon,
rt 1 the dc.idly tnlstilo lodged In it, its huge
' 1..0 troti-eting tho tkull.
i'uiit' I'Mr.t Vlo .
Tho general eoiiuultteo for tho management
f t'te tinotllclal (naugurul ceremonies havo
rt xlved tho following letter:
Jk;ul-U.irtcr Ann)' of lti l'nltl SutM, )
'ii)iiiii;tuii, Jiiuuary il, lstAi.
DiMuSin: I'uderatauding that tho com
mlttt i' of which you arof ecretary, meot this
oveiiing for tho purpose of arranging tho in
migarai ball, I wnti.ru to drop you n lino to
ay that, if nny choleo I left to me, T would
be" pleased to 'w it dtsponsed with. I do not
want to disarrange plaii nudo by my friends
In the matter of eoromonloj attending tho In
augarutioii. "but in this matter it will do ngroo
nlilo to wo If your committee should agree that
tho ball is unnecessary.
With great respict your ob'dt servant,
U. S. Oua.nt, General.
Wcrk's Cimlnin HtccljiU.
Tho receipts from customs from January
10 to 1C, were $337,770.
CJrre i)ncka ?Iul l Krjil Aflol.
It waa reported In Wnshingionon tho 22d,
that n movement was about to bo inaugaratcd
in Now York among tho banks to lock up
greenbacks again, and thcrsby ttghton tho
stock market, so to produce a declino In
stocks and securities. To obviate this it !
probablo that a bill will bo roported from tho
House JJanking and Currenoy committee.
roJdjhig thn) It jliall bo unlawful.forny
banking association, corporation, porspn or
persons, to loan money upon legal tendor
notes, commonly known as greenbacks s
collateral security, or whoro tho custody, or
nrorniin of I'littmlv. nf said Icl'sI tender notes
. ' "a j
fonn, nny $art of tho security or consider-.
tton lor said loan, and for any oucnsa agains
this actt,ho funking nssociatloji, corporation;,
person or persons so otTVndlmj shall, i"6n
conviction tlioroof In tho United States court,
pay a sum equal to ono-thlrd of tho money so
loaned, and the president and cashior of any
banking association or corporation making
said unlawful loan or louns, shall pay a further
um"pquftl to ono qunrtor of tho nionoy .o
loaned, l no samo may bo sued by any, pori
son witliln tho States whero said orTonse is
committed, and tho forfoit or ponalty thenof
shall oolong to tlip person or persons brhg?
Radfeat, (onfllct In Tenueiitt.
Tho wordy war between governor Drown
low and.searetafy.'Flbtihcr'waxes flo'rec. Tho
Knoxvlllp '"Whig" of tho 22d contains a fear
ful inuendo from Jlrownlow against Fletcher,
reading tho httthr'dUl of'the" radical party,
and warning tho "loyal" people of tho Stato
gainst-what he Cttlls"an '"Ingratonnd back
slider." Flatchor, who ha pretty strong be
ligerent jfrlj're'riiUles, Is bound to hit'back, so
that an uncompromising and bitterly exciting
conflict may bo anticipated. Fletcher Is now
the recognised champion of Tobol r enfran
chisement, and has tho bettor and mora intel
ligent class of radicals at his .backy.whllq the.
governor nttracts to bis, standard tho Igno-'
ranco and prejudice of bis secCloh of tho
State,, bcsl3c? thp'grcat mass of tho radical
officeholders and ofllco-seckors. This ques
tion of franchlso oxtonslon will undoubtedly
bo tho Issuo in tho next canvass, which will
bo mainly fought between, the .two radical fac-
tiorii.A- . V-r-' 1 ,
gufrrBgc In Tuintim.
In the Tcnncsico Hcnato oji Thursday, ( a
resolution was adopted declaring '' that fjo
projosltlon looking to the extension of tho
franchlso should bo adopted this session. This
.disoscs of(tho luiTrage . question , for somo
,timo to cd'tno.
j Fctct that Rclgm la Ar kassiai.
tfrom tlie Cmiln Democrri, lOlh.) '
Tho lust accounts placo Catterson and his
followers in Ashley county.
They crosseU tho uuachita river ai jioro,
about CO miles Jbclow this city, und proceeded
by way of Long View to Hamburg, whore
they arrived on fjunday tho 22d ultimo., In
tha'vlelnlty of Toro thoy appropriated, a' fo'w
cholco horses and 1 a wagon, as we wcro In-'
formed by citizens of that place. ' ' ' "
Tho arrival of Catterson In Hamburg was
a perfect surprise to tho p-oplo, tliinking as
they did that his career as a brigadier-general
was welK nigh cloied. Uut ho is there, nnd
the ikx)d1o know iu AVo wero at fary .Saline
on the 31st, and tho accounU given us by citi
zens of Ashley were of a very distressing"
character Jh'ey. report that upon.onterlng.
Hamburg ho took Ksession of nearly or quite
all of the . busJuott hoiliii und put thorn in
charge of his own clerk, and arretted and con-
flncu tliu verv Ut citizens 01 me town nnu
At Marv rfallno fa landlni: and warehouse
on the Ouachita river) wo saw with our own
iyes tho signs of their robbery nnu lawless
ness, 'ilere u company came 011 wio .0111 uu.,
entered the warehouse, breaking open loxes
of gofls, barrels and packages, and appropri
ate! and (icttroyeu their conienu in mo spirit
and nfanner of genuine bandits. Theo empty
barreb and boxes were there to show for thctti
sclvesr Thomilitia aro represented as foraging In
a mo.t extravagant manner, ming two or
three times as much corn as isneeesary. This
scorns to alarm tho citizens a much as cverv
thlni? else." as thev fear their supplies will bo
cut so short as to'prevcnt them from making
.Stealing, und impressing hores and wag
ons, robbing wagons Joadcd with merchandise
and the like aro reported as tho evcry-day
doings of Catterson, thu law-ablder and peaco
Wo iaw.ovcral irentlemen of Ashloy wlio
had left thpir homes nnd families to savo them
sol vos from personal violence, ley expresel
groat ularui and dread at tho present condi
tion of their county, and thought that tho
presence of tho militia would not only destroy
tho future prosperity of their county In a ma
terial ien.se, but drive oil' permanently many
"of tho best citizens. :Of course In n few days
nfter he has done his work of oppression and
cruelty. Catterson will report in naming char
acters, ''Order reigns in arinw,.
I'olUrri'a Knuckle. Hniitil.
A member of tho eicort which accompanied
Jotlorson Davis in his last' flight from Ttieh
mond, 1ms written u letter to tho Louisville
'Democrat" denying somo of Mr. l'ollard's
statements in his recent article to 'Packard's
Monthly.' "Mr. Follunl." he snvs. ''takes up
considerable space in describing tho prepara
tions mado for 'flight" previous to tho fall of
Hlchmond, and then tries to snow that .Mr.
Davis wa frightened when ho received gene
ral Leo's telegram.
Now, Richmond fell on tho third of April;
Mr. Davis was In "Washington, Georgia, on
tho third of May just ono month in travel
ing u distance that could easily have been
mado lu a day or two. Mr. Davis remained
In ono camp (not far from Charlotte, North
Carolina) ten days. "When ho left that camp
hu know that tho fuderult were ahead, of him,
but there was no ottort mado to get out of
their reach by forced marches.
"Mr. roiiard says that Mr. wavis am noi
forcet' tho money in tho treasury, less than
140,000. This is said to create tho impression
that Mr. Davis used this money. This is un
true. Thomonev In tho treasury wascoually
divided among tho men composing tho escort.
I was one of them, and received $23 in specie.
Evory man In tho brlgndo (ierguson si ro-
uaived tho samo amount. Mr. Pollard says
tho escort was composed of live brigades, iu
all about '1.000 men.' Our brigade command
er paid oft over 000 at "Washington, Gu., on
tho 3d 01 jany. wiving mo iour uwur unl
ades only 000 men together, we havo 1,800
men on tho escort, uivo 10 eacu man,
anjl wo havo $15,000 5,000 moro than Pol
lard says Davis started from Richmond with.
It wis l-entirallv understood that Pollard was
'one of tho editors of tho Richmond 'Exam-
bier' during the war. Perhaps ho hates Mr.
Davis becniiso mat eennoman reiuaeu 10 run
tho confederacy as tho 'Examiner' dictated."
I Personal Items.
1 Colorado Jo wott and Goorco Francis Train
urn n n "National Reform Dartv."
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Uelnbold drives the most elegant estaoiun-.
mnnt in Now York. It is buchutull.
t Prince PoniatowsVI l w.'tfng ??-.oP0J.ioi
MlnnioHWokM " -1 1 f "
Thorp is a MUs Godsoy In Kentucky who
has slopt for hlnetoon yours excopt for Inter
vals of tea minlstes i dozon times a dsy, dur
inir which sho eats. Stio Is Intellectual.
Louis Rhino, tho, French political MiloJn,
twenty1 yoars of labor, his history of tho
II VpAtinil HavaI ill Inn O In lurnlvn vnllllllAD.
Prlnco Amedio. who has been mentioned in
tho cablo diipstchos. as a nossible candidate
fori the Spanish' throne, is a second son of
King Victor Emanuol of Italy.
AnOld-Paihloned Fight with the "Ilcd
sklne," Tho following account of a small Indian
fight in Humboldt county, California, is tak
en froma local papor,- tto'HumboldUTimci.C
It reads like u tulo of porsonal "Indian ad
venturo" in the olden time.
About a dozen citizen of tho lattor place,"
and ninoof thft b'outhFork boys, with sovor
al "domesticated" Indians, started on tho
trail of tho Indian robbcrsand followed them
over rocks and mountains for a distanco of
8ixty-rnilw,.camlng up witlrf.hcm Ih 4canp,
November 2C,'nt a" point' on L'anbo 'creek,
about eight miles south of Hoagland's, who is
tho nearest settler. A part of tno boys secret
ed themselves in the bod of the creek, near
tho Indian encampment, wiu another party
attempted to get to tho rear and as nearly ns
possible surround tho camp beforo breaking
In upon. them.. Rut unfortunately tho,Iudiau
dog gotwlnd of the inrroundlng party and
at onco gave tho alarm, when tho boys wcro
obliged to rush in.
Five bucks wero killed on tho spot, and a
sixth (tho notorious "UIg-Foot") was shot
through tho thigh and retreated with his rifle.
Tho men followed his trail by thoblood for a.
mile, nnd when he found ho would bo over
taken ho fcocrctcd himself In tho thick under
brush, and as his pursuers camoupshot tho
foremost through tho breast from n distanco
of only six feet. "Lo" was instantly sent to
tho "h'appv hunting grounds" literally rid
died with lialls. Six rifles, four squaws nnd
a little buck were captured. Nino scalps
now adorn tho walls of Houglund's log-houso
ildo by side with tliv bear skins.
The parties now conducting this expedi
tion aro among tho best Indian fighters in tho
State, and they may succeed in gathering to
tho "happy hunting grounds" tho last copper
tkinncd cut-throat that skulks through our
mountains, and valloys. , .,
A Hiuallpox Itciutily.
Herald writes as follows :
I herewith append a recipe which hns been
Ued to my knowlcdgo In hundreds of cases.
It will. prevent or, cux tho smallpyx though
thfe pittlnlrs ' aro fllllnir. "When Jenifer dffc-
covered cow-pox in England, tho world of
sciunco hurled an avalanche of fame upon his
head, but when tho most scientific school of
1 . I 41 Tl.t MM
mcuicino in mo worm, tuaioi j-nris puuusn
cl this recipe ns a panacea for smallpox, it
pafsol unheeded. It is as unfailing as fate,
and conquers in every Instance. It is harm
less when taken by a well person. It will
nlso cure scarlet fover. Here is tho recipe as
I have used it, and cured my children of tho
scarlet fjy.er ; .hjrc It U &i IJiavo. used it to
cure the smallpox; ' when lcarnnl physicians
said tho patient must die, It cured ; Sulphate
of zinc, ono grain; foxglove (digitalis), ono
grain; half u tcatpoonful 'of sugar; mix
with two tablespoon fuls of water. "When
thoroughly mixed add four ounces of
water, tako a spoonful every hour.
Either dlseiiso will dixuppcarln twelve hours.
For n child, smaller doses, according to age.
If counties would compel tholr physicians to
utethis, there would bono need of pothou.c.
If you vnluo advice and experience, uo this
for that terrible disease.
The Union Pacific railroad has completed
one thousand miles of Its road. It Is now but
twenty miles from Salt Lake valley, and from
the en'd of tho truck to the end of tho Pacific
Central on tho western coast Is but two hun
dred and ninety-one miles. This gap will bo
filled before summer.
Tho New York 'Sun'iay that it learns
from n gentleman of great prominence that
honorable Hamilton Fisk, ex-governor of
New York, wil bo secretary of tho treasury
under general Grant.
Tho illicit tock in gentV furnishing goods,
at 13d Commercial avenue. 9-3t
LLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
()iilfkct Route from tho South
Hi. L1111U, I.ouUvltlr, Clnrliumtl, Chicago,
.Vttv York, llotlon
ALL J'OIXTS EAST AXD XOllTJl.
l'aiieni;r trains orriuataJ loavuCuiruu follows:
AI1UIVK-Ui3b A. ' 4i30 P. M.
l)Kl'.UT-'4l'J0 A. ! ... .4100 P. 91.
lloili trains connect at Centralis with trains on the
At I'mu, Deeatur. llluorulnstan, n I'iso L rt-illu,
MetiJot.i, Fferport, tUlena, Dubti'iue,
uiul all oiot in
llllnoU, Iotvis, Minnesota, Missouri and
Ami with line running Kst auJ Wett fur
St. Louis, Sprlngllcld, Louisville, Cincin
nati, IiiuiniiiipfllN nud Columbus, "
And at Chicago with Michigan Central, Michigan
Houthru, snl I'jtttburg-, Krt Wuynn Hnl
C'lilcngo Hnllrusils for
IiKTISOIT. NIAOAUA FALLS,
DUMK1KK, , 11UFKALO, ,
Ai.nANr, nf.w roitK,
wAnjtiwiiTurt unr, ana
For through tioketsnnJ Infonnalloii. npply nftho
Illinois Ocntrsl nallrowl Depot.
fh'nersl I'afsenger Agont, Chicago,
M. II UO II ITT, Of neral Buperinteu3ent.
JAMK.4 JOHNSON, Ai?nl. ("jilro. Unt3iltf "
f K. FKOST,
HuUer, Lard, Eggs, Toultry, Gatucf
h Fruit ul VeKetHbloft,
Ilajr and Grain on Cotautlnlon.
'Eiyhth Street ,(orM ide) near Ohio Levee,
J. K. FROST, AgCHt,
No. 73 Ohio ItOVM) - - Cairo, 111.,
As followal 1 J 'ri - ' k
1'lie Early Goodrich, ,
The Karl Nvtvlaad,
, The I.ate IlnrrUon,
' jAlso, all kinds of Fruit Trevs, ual as
Peach, lVar, Apple and Clerrr,
And ' T
llasiilMrry and Hlrawherry Plants, Ofapo
JoWiltfJ Vines, fcc.
DRV GOODS, ETC
y ii. CUNNINGHAM,
. Wholesalo and RcUlI Uler In
Faaey and Btajpl i
C3i- o o x m
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS A?fl) CAP., , ,
. , , cminv,'iroTi6ss
' . '. , ' . - r . .
CltnU' Vurnlshlng Goads,
n ' -1
LADIES DRESS GOODS, SHAWLS,
llliuikutx, M8liucrcH aud JieiuiM
ic s. mi ue ....,-. ...........
Heavy Drown Doratlc.n
500 Gent's Hats at.......
A Splendid Line 6 '
WHITE GOODS AND EMBROIDLTliES
llnyers will do well to oll and cxonilno my stock
uciorfl pnrcninit pisewnrrc.
. Jfo. 00 Ohio Jbevca,
Thl foglt-ty will cvloh
Thl fogitty will cilobratu lu flint aniilTi-tsary1 1 a
Mimiiicrndi; Hull, at WashJufrtou Hall
Mouilii)- Kveiitiig, January '43 1600. r.
Tioltota ...-........sX OO
COM M1TTEE OF AllUANOKMCiSTS.
II. MYKKIIS, W. AliHA,
XV. T. IIKKUWAIIT.
V. FI'.UCHTKH, I.OUIS IlLATTAV,
IV. 1IOUK, C. HC11UI.TZ.
LIQUORS, TOBACCO, ETC.
-STlK SCII UTT Jilt,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
1VIM:S, JKtLOKS, TOBACCO
kXU I !
AI.INT 'oa "
Hc.st Jlrauds of C'reiiin aud Stock Alo
Iiuiiurlvd Ale of JJIlTcreiit KlniU.
No. 75 Ohio Lkvkk, - Cairo, Illiiioiw
31LTU.V1, IlEXr.roI.KNT ASSOCIATION
The First und Rest Institution 0 the Kind in
the United States.
Weekly lleurflt from W to H0 In cao of nickniw.
Kttry niun or IVmal of Healthy Constitution mn bo
Tins Institution in WxaUy Incorporated under tho
ls of llllnoU. For jiurtfciilur uppIt
fleneral Acent f.ir Statu of lllinoi..
1-miJ ALIJATltOSS SALOON a.hu KES
TAUKANT. 51 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILL.,
Is furnished with all kind of oicellent I.KJUOIW,
und Its titUes aro alwuyn Ailed witli all the Reasonable)
KUIlU.KSof tho market, Mewl sr furnished, on
onler. at all hours. FAT. FITSMIKUAI.P.
Till popular placo ha become tho rorl of all lov
er of good HKKU, aj uone but the best t
1Btnxxt XjioxxIsb MrtlsLO
h, kept by JOHNSCUEEL,
i Elcht otree t, liotwcen'Com. and Woali. Avenue,
dec.' I (I if C'AIKO. H.LINqia.
fOHN HYLANDS SALOON
U supplied with all kinds of
1 Hccr. Ale. Ac
COMMERCIAL A V EN U B. H EWEEN NINTH AN.D.
Tk'NTll hlltlLia. 1 .hi.
The tliiri.tr. vho Iotb good llauow, uliould stive him
a tail, and thoso wlio wlh to put a fragruul c w can
hue their wants supplied t his tor, ..ducim
Flsvlxx 3a.dl; 'O jHbixioxxisil
Printed at the oftloo of tho Cairo JJitltella.
IUNTINO, OF ALL KIN ,
At the OWce of the Calre Bulletltf,
K.' II. WAlMR-Ueidnoe. No. 69 Wal-
nuttreot.nar.iKnuiuaei. urace, overross
e. Offie hour, lu to 11 a.tn, and t to iun., I
well vuppllsd with fresh, healthy vacwttn
REAL ESTATE BROKERS, ETC.
JOHN -V. TKOVJ5E & CO.,
RenlFstnle, Dond nnil Slock Urokcrs.
Will ottend fo tlin pavment of State,. County and City
T!: and nil lmlnt pcrtnlnlnff to n OENEKAL
Eighth Stkket, second door from Com. Ave.,
dec2l'C8dtf Cairo, 111.
GROCERIES, BOAT STORES, ETC.
Qi I). "WILLIA3ISON,
twi X3 in. o xx jO. tj" .t,
Vo. 70 OhidLetee,' Cairo, 111.
Hpoclal Attention Bltfni).ConIj;nuient, nnd .filling,
orders, " ' ' "" HrcH'tWdtf
IIlK Mnilriy, IH-
110 1 una l'lttsuurK
O O A Ij .
n .i'CTTZji TAriii. nn .li.Uti.rv. rWllr-
cred freotoull iut of llio cjty. intd uud,oltlc,
Commercial' Avcnur, Uotwecn Tenth and
(Lntecosl jsrd of SfdDonald A I'ricsf,)
Unlldtf . CA1KO. 1H '
HANOK OF PIIOC.
' O. F. VKAUKll liUi) ,
IlarlnK purolili.i'd 111 -ntin' slock and flxfiirwof
Aug. KofKmeyvr, nro )ireiisrclta do all Icinils or
Gas nud StcHin Fitting
In neiUBniliTorUmnnllkemsnni'r. WonrfcNoiirn
piired lo ruHtrAll klndi.of llstures ami ly our
, 1 . . iit.lini maun 1 ttfttit In nrorv
proems of lironnncanilj.'UdliignisJso V""1 ln,"T.?rjr
Sartirnlnr as ?ood . TI.O-. havln- .uc UAVx-
nref.i ios. t .
. a F.TF.AflKlt.
V. R. MI'UKAY.
-non kv.kkythi.no in
Til 33 BOOK XjITCTU
K : .
dwrJI'Mtf No. 1 DO muMriirisi. .trssfr.
KV AltlllVALSI NKW AKKIVALS
CIIKIST3IAS AM) EW YEAR'S (J00HS
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
122 Coiiinisjitiiil Avtiiilic,
Inftirnm the f itisen of Cnlrii and vlelnlly Hint h hs
on baud uut uf I lu' larKert uud Ul nwirnsl .tuck of
JJrjr (ioods, I'finfy (Jimds and nlIou,
In fouiliern lilliiolx, whi h liei4T'Bat prlo tint will
Wo will sell ITniU, forlt brand, nt from-8 to
Yard wnlo ihhu'II"! .miuiiii ui. ....
ItfAVwaril with Kin etuit; at
All.wool Flnnnel nt !SV
Whlto JUanket per pair, at S3 50
LitrKO kin all-kriud iluubli BjiunN ut 4
New tylft )adle" Cloak utSAw uud upwurdi . .
Good i,ln4ysat .'...w ....
Elegant and very iu-vy i)miii,''all,i ami Hk-
ured I'oplln., pvr )rd. from-.- .JUIot1:
Bilk I'oplin at 7Jo
Oool yard-wble Jlerino nt - w
Alarga aortrnenl of
llliick nud Colored Alpacas nt,25 ceuU
And muuerou oilier tyle of Dre (loods corre
All-linen llandkenhU-f ut 1&'
Ali-linen ToMfllnj;, per ynnl, at. Wifi
(iood Table Linen - tie
Irish Linen, yard wldo tlti
All-wool Huik.............,...... -
Ludiea' Merino Hu . " IS
Mir ina Undershirt and lrair..,....-.. -sua
,Uo, a large astrliurnt of ,
XAUoy G-oodsi; ' "
1, .r VELVETS,
.,! i -FRINGES,
i.M ' tamps, l J ' '
J .,,... SATIN TRIMMINGS
1 a 1 ...... 1 .1 si 1 ...... u l...ffl 1 Til
,A,ll.llllU.I ... V.. , ."l.'i '
Hound Cumb:......:. W,,
HAndhH other' avodi correspondingly 1W,
It is, llierefuro (o the Interest of every prou buying;
gool tq .call at
199 CewHtcrclHl Avchuc,
Befors- tuylng eUewhere, as money ard U, money
WT&kfu. for the liberal pair'Huag li'eretofor
(tended to us. yjo hopo to rjoivoiho saine in futaw.