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FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 29, 18G9.
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.
OFFICIAL I'AI'KI. OF COUNTY AM) CITV
TJIK PRIMA 111' J1LKGTIOX.
"N'o huvc novcr yet heard nn objection
uracil ngninU primary elections, ns ft means
f.ir di-lynnting candidatcf, Hint did not apply
with greater force nnitiAt conventions. If
laclick tiunsuro fairly conducted, as tlioy
wnj le, tlio will of the party I unquwtion
ally t spried thereby. To gain such an ex-1-rc
nU the object of both con volitions nnd
praiury elections. Ilonec, it follows, that
ti.r.t method that octiro tho participation of
tl. t,r utcr number of voters is mwt apt to
l;o expression to the profcronco of the mn-
A convict ion of this kind prevailing
v; h" tV democracy of Cairo lat winter,
t'.c" v. o an almost unanimous demand that
t' jr .:,ry election sytm sholud W adopt
t. decision stands good today, and
v " !) until It Is set aside by the same
..;y that )woclaiiMd it.
'1 1m a jHrvorslon of truth to say
J rimarr election last year was con
1 - manner that gave en tiro aatUfac
'i large vote polled indicated a par-
'. upon the part of a namWr of jwr
v. ire not in aytnpathy with the dein-
p.rty. TtiU was m lrecnuse the plan
v and proper rol were not mature
f t. government of the clerk and judges.
( an nw profit by our (.xporiencv, and
H. . fst huhl n primary olection that will,
I. tall perad venture, givo voice to the
tv. ' i 'f th" domocritey.
r i-.i e, we have learned that the some
rrr?i-. r and exactness ought to characterize
t! c.;i --s tuitxtod, an control at elections
' I r V-law. l'emons offering their Imllots,
wl arc n-t known to l democrat should
t.ii.c nr 1 suWrlbe a solemn obligation that
v w.,1 supiort the entire ticket nominatel,
r.' : ! all honorable menns for it t election.
1' t - r word, the uleetion being merely a.
t.. A fr the formation of a democratic
t r but democrats should be allowed
t ' Furthermore, the ceotral committto
i j! 1 tn" t a week or two in advance of the
1 a.. Ill fr th primary election, and with
t candidate present, Hiiect judges and
c k- ,.1 jt needful rules quel regulations,
rr f - ' thn pledge of every candidate that
t r vvi.l submit to the reult of the ulection,
extend to the ticket nomiaatetl his cor
c! , fiipport. This dune bo defatted eandi
. .. roiupUin that he was wrong yd In
t'.ti of jillges or clerk, in thecharac
" ti rule adopted, or otherwiie. He
? bound to submit gracefully or incur
u.plcaiir of all who admire political
j pi rnul honesty and integrity.
nn: TitKAsunr puvsdkrrd.
Th'- ndmksbtn etntes from a radical source,
t t'ii- federal traury U robbed of one
h j -1 1 in ill ion nf dollars annually.
I -. pl'inderers und cormorant are en
r .it themselves at the exj)ene of h tax
l ,r J' ii-J ople, yet a radical administration
c Mints it lf with announcing the alarming
fy t without attempting U apply aoorreetivo.
A ' ir.d millions of dollars, says secretary
-, ar' annually stolen from the public
f l-ut-v. Who steals if Why, in view of
v' ! '! robbery, doos a radical con-g-
1 f.mply deplore the national disgrace
t 1 wrought, without attempting to bring
f - uuili'r of it to junice? "Wushburn,
.1 - M'-. Uawos and ether radical lights, are
i 'i th'-ir ooAdeinnallon of tho govern
k r,t robbery bat go no further.
Ti.o radirHl party claim all the honesty,
...'ty and decency; yet, during its udmin
1 tr.it '1. more money is actually stolen than
v, invulved in th entire cxpenreof tho
..mcnt under the control of the demo'--r,i
Kudk-al oongrescinen rie in their
j ml confess this; the charge of larceny,
"1 i l and corruption against the "jwwer
t M u Hre rung from one oxtroine of the
1 J t the othor, still nobody is brought to
: .tit, and no otl'ort Is made to ferret out
tl.e guilty. After a while, surely, tho people
will i am that radloul "hono.ty, deconcy and
t.. ranty ' is a luxury costing entirely too
' '. h to bo indulgwl in further.
XK ll'.S PA It AO II A PUS.
( stO'l fr-.in ur Utot tiltsrunu.
Tlir 10th Circuit.
A late dispatch from .Springfield says that
Gt v. I'nltnor ha ordered mi election to be
he". I on tho Otis of March next, to electa
Judge In tho Nineteenth Judicial Circuit, com
posed of Aloxatulor, Massac, I'oponnd Pulas
ki counties, in place of Judgo John Olnoy re
signed. Hen Wn.lr.
Thcry h no longer any doubt of an organ
ized movomcnt, in Washington to urge lion.
Wudo for a scat in Gen. Grunt's Cabinet. It
is thus far confided to tho Ohio Representa
tives. Tho Grant men outsido deel aro that
Wado must bo content with a second-class
Persons ropresonting thcmsolvcj m agents
of tho Cuban revolutionists nro in Washing
ton with high officials, and representing that
they havo authority to ask thh government
to recognize them as belligerents.
Tho President will probably on Saturday
imio a pardon to Dr. -Mudd, sentenced to im
prisonmunt for life at tho Drv Tortugas, for
alleged complicity in tho assassination of
rresmcnt Lincoln. Tho rest of tho sentenco
of Kdward Sjianglor will also bo romitted.
Ho has two years moro to servo on tho samo
Cl.urcli Money Stolen,
A Cincinnati papor of tho 28th says that
several weeks ago J, Y. Qiomclier. Treasurer
of St. Paul's Gorman Protestant Church, dis-
nppearou, nnu nas not siuco been heard from.
out, ii nas douii uucovorcu recently that some
thing moro than $8,000 of tho church funds
nro missing, nnd it is bcliovcd Hint he had
bcon prepared sometime to abscond.
Tim l'ntrlats Flocking In.
Pcoplo from all points of tho compass nro
already in Washington, and tho tide ii stead
ily augmontod by each incoming train. The
ten or a dozen leading hotels of tho city, somo
of which nro very large, nro nearly full, and
boarding hotisos or private quarters, in things
tire going, will soon bo in requisition. There
is n romarkablo show of new faces, in if moro
than common intenit was felt by tho people
concerning tlfo new administration.
lit nth of u Iitcturcx.
Miss Augusta 31. St. Clair, well known in
the statfs m ii literary lecture, died in Salt
Jnko City on Tuesday, of tho mountain fever.
Horse Thieve ICIIIeil.
The .Memphis 'Appeal's Madison county
correspondence say that on Monday morn
ing, just bofore daylight, two horse thioves
named John Fox nnd Sam. W. Taylor, were
taken from the custody of isqulro Lawrence,
near Poplar Cornw, taken to tho woods and
shot to death by a party of masked men.
A lieutenant and six men of the Arkansas
militia at me to Memphis on tho 27th, heavily
armed. Tlioy were arretted by tho piJlce on
n charge of intending to arrest certain per
sons heri', but woro suboquently placed ou
the ferryboat nnd sent over.
Governor Clayton and staff returned from
Marion, Tuesday evening. It is roportod
that the militia now operating in Crittenden
county, have been ordered by tho Governor
to Helena, to be mustered out.
Dentil of Ki-Unvcrnor IMrkeiia.
Ex-Oov. Pickens died In Kdgefleld, S. C,
HrlilK v r the Ohio Itlver.
The statement of Mr. Garrett, president of
tho lialtitnoro and Ohio railroad, on the Ohio
river bridge question, beforo the committce'of
the House of Congress; on Wednesday, was
interustitiK and instructive. Ho did not at
tach bo much liitortAnce to the length of the
ppans as the proper location of a bridge. He
thought bridges should be located at n point
where tho river is straight for some distance
above and below, the currents at bends or
curves causing the great trouble. The bridge
at Suttibenville was instaneed as an jlluitrn
tion. At some oints ho said the currents
would ruh on the piers nt an angle of 3ft do
greet, with aliiiott inevitable disastrous re
sult. He considered a span of 300 feet at
Pakmburg or Ilellalr as grcxl ns 500 feet at
The commencement of a five operations on
the Shawneetonn & Kdgewood road has caus
ed businuts to revive in old "Shuwose most
astonishingly. Ileal ottuto is in very active
demand. The Shawuetowu 'Mercury' of yes
terday contains a full column of notes of re
cent transfers of lands and town lot. Speak
ing of Gallatin county and inviting immigra
tion, the Merutry' says;
We havo Timber. Iron, Lead, Coal, .Salt,
and as tine soil as tho sun shines upon. Tho
climate is mild and is well adapted to fruit
growing. Wu have the deep blue Ohio roll
ing by our doors, nno important itailroad
uuder contract, and work commenced, nnd
one other will soon be in shape to invite con
tractors, and a tlttsd li knocking lor aumtt
tatice. Under thoo circumitances wo invite
the business man tho merchant, tho mechan
ic, the farmer und the professional man to
come and settle among us. There is room
and buine for all that will eonu.
Metroiwlii thinks it necessary to keep an
eye on tho present radical legislature. Wo
quote from tho Times of that burg, dated
The Citv Council of Metropolis, appointed
at a special meeting W. P. Uruner and "W.
J. WurJ. delegates to sprincnoiu to watcu
over tho Intorost of tho city, against all und
ovory partv seeking to pass measure detri
mental to tho prosperity of our young city.
A correspondent of tho Metropolis 'Tjmes
is presenting pen pictures of the unmarried
ladies in town. His descriptions are so coarse
and insulting, that wo shall not bo surprucd
to hear that a half dozen indignant fathers
severally lift him ou tho too of their boots.
Hero is a sample of his daguerreotypes :
Klla and Molllo L., both charming girls ;
keep u light in tho parlor for all to be beguil
ed; catch ii Jimmio or two havo two sisters
wlio liavo rounu tnctr aiunuiesunu wouut like
to bo In that condition themselves. Nothing
would bo moro delightful than a call from
sumo nice young man. Open to conviction,
and will marry on forty-eight hours time, if
properly pleaded with.
Our reports aro up to tho evening of tho
27th. In tho
A bill to prevent cruolty to animals was
reported back from tho Judiciary Commit
tee Tho Co'mmitteo on Education reported a
bill to provido for tho moro equitublo distri
bution nf tho school fund, with a provision to
strike tho word " whito ' from all existing
Tho bill was rend at first time nnd was or
dered read a second time, by a voto of It)
ayes to 5 nays.
A motion to order it to a third roadlng
elicited somo debate, and it was Anally re
ferred to tho Judloiary Committoe.
Mr Fort introduced a resolution to tho ef
fect that it is tho duty of tho Legislature to
provido an asylum for tho incurably Insane,
and that $250,000 bo appropriated therofor,
which was laid over.
Mr. Tlncher introduced a bill to aniond
tho law prohibiting tho importation of Tox
ns and Cherokee cattle, which was ordorod
Mr. Snapp called up House bill for an' act
in aid of tho rovlsion of public laws, which
requires Judges of tho Circuit Courts to pre
pare bills to such amendment, of tlm laws as
in their opinion may bo required, and giving
thorn $10,000 a year therefor.
On Mr. Hnnpp's motion it wag passed, by
yeas 10 j nays 7.
JIIU. KOIt IT.KSKKVATIOK OK OAMII.
Numerous bills were reported back by tho
committees, among them n bill for the pres
ervation of game, with a substitute declaring
it unlawful to shoot any deer, sawn, wild tur
key, grouse, pmirio chickew, woodcock or
partridge, botwoen Jnnitary lliiitl August 1.
oxcopt in certain counties) In tho southern
part of tho State, and declaring it unlawful
to'o upon any incisure or culUvatedjland
The substitute was ordered printed.
AID KOIt IMl'ROVKMK.VT OK WkTKKK KIV
, KMC, & C
Mr. liurke offered u resolution which wn
read for Information, that Senators and Kep
resetitatlves be requeued to procure an ap
propriation of ten millions of dollars from
tho general Government to improve the
Mi.-Mssippi, Ohio and Illinois rivcr, nnd to
deepen the Michigan nnd Illinois canal, and
that J. Gillejpie, of Madison, and Gen.
Singleton of Adams, be sent in Washington
to try and get it through.
To cnnble counties to ostabll'h county
To amend thechnrtor of Metropolis Col
lege. To incorporate tho DuQuoin Gm Light
Com pan v.
Tho bill to provide for n commission to
revise tho statues was taken up, and gavo rise
to a warm dobato, somo assorting that it was
n needless expense of money, and othor.', that
it was absolutely Imperative.
Mr. "Woodson and others claimed that
there was a new compilation of tho statues
which answered all purposes, and that tho
meeting of tho Constitutional Convention
would Interfere with the labors of such n
M. Childs and Mr. Iiond hoped tho bill
would pass, since the compilation referred to
did not answer the purpose. The Constitu
tional Convention should not stand in the
way. It might not meet at all, and if it did,
its labors might not lie adopted.
The bill was finally lost by yeas 30, nays
33 not a constitutional majority.
Guppy, who made the totsr of Spain last
year, says that so fur its afcertained the pa
rentage of Queen Isabella s little ones is as
follows: No. 1, unknown; No. 2, Prim;
No. 3, O'Donnell; No. 4, O Donnell; No. 6.
jprtoro; No. C, doubtful; No. 7, doubtful
claimed by the king, but probably belong
to Marfori;No. f. Murfrl; Ac, Ac
They are betting high, in Washington, on
who wrote Logan s speech. It lies between
lAIKO IJKOOM MANCFACTOUY.
Y. F. M'Kl.'K t imOTHRIt,
Hsvina P. rfe'te.ltlif r ..miiL-em-a' t
tur-jf Br'ims ui t'..i tjr,
or lers at a
ii w rejvr. M 11
A the nunc qualitte r,t broom. "u U purel!! any.
Onler Utl at tii lore of n. I'. Williamson, 76 Ohio
Lot, or at the
Maniifnctor)', I'ourli f nlh Irert, lirtvcrn
Wuluiil unit Cellar,
Will lie prMtnptl)- attei. I.- i
HT'liTu tyma.l shou. i be ..lre'.l lo
W. V. M'KKK .HIIIO..
r. o. itox t.i l,
jsn?iif dure, lllinoi.
i HEAT CAHNIVAL
SACKIIEUGF.K AM) KOHIILKK
souebij's xr yx. Xj Xj
Tuculny, Kelirunry the Oth.
K. KUIiha ill, C'linrlm Krnnk,
IionU lllnttemi, Clma, Krnrhtrr,
tVIUImu Schick, .lohu lloroiilc,
OK NKW OltLEANS.
Steamct CO.N'TlNKMAL, Orccnoucli
Muter, will leaTe thu ewning, Jan-
iwry twh, at o'clock. C. T, 1IINDK, Agent.
QAIHO AND PADUCAII
The light drauKht pacnKer Steamer
r.n,S W-M. tVlUTK,
It, Y. NdltTllEItN Master,
Will make repuler DAILY TltlCd between Cairo ami
l'aIticali, leavlnx Cairo every evening (Sunday cx
cepletl) at five o'clock.
The White connect at r.wlurahwiti tho New Orleans
ami Ohio rallrooil, nnd the Cuinbcrlunil anil Tennessee
rurireiEiu or iiaiuinue oppiv vn w i,ur iu
JA DIES' 1IAIK DKKSSING.
MUS. A1HHK IIUCK
Wishes to Inform tho puhlio that she ha, a
I, mil r.' llulr UrelB Snloon
On Commercial avenue. loteen Ninth ami Tenth
street.-. Hho also maimf.wtiires Ciirh, Nwltchr.
Vntch-(lunrU, Kir-ltlns "raceletn, and
all kinds nf Hnlr Jewelry. ....
Ladles may huie Hie eoiiitongs of their hair manu.
facturedlnatiy ienlrablol)le, jan'iA.if
jyISS T. SMITH,
haih xxixas 33 xx
IlctweenSou'iith and Eighth streets, Cairo, III.
MISd T. SMITH, having refitted her Hair Dressing
Faloon, on Commercial avenue, hotween Heveiith ami
Eighth streetH, now keeiweoastantly ou hand a lartto
aiHortmcat of liair, coiiaisting "f CiirU, Bwtchn,
llraids, etc. Ladle ran alao have their hair combed
mid ilressCil In any of tho lateittyles. I'rompt iilten
tentlon paid to tho tilling of all orders, l'uhhd patron.
g solicited and satisfiwtiou guaranteed. juniS 1m
1AX SALE NOTICE.
ToJamex.M. Ilryunt, Frederick Ilu.ie, M. M. I). Mc
C'lnre, Young I), tlarner, ond all others Interested i
You und each of you nre heroby iioIiH'mI thstnta
wile of Iflildn at tho doorof tho court lwtn In theeity
of Cairo, In thn county of Alexander and !tte of llli
nols. on the SnthilAyof June, A. D. 1S.7, fnrtlie State,
eountynnd whool taxes and cost", due ond unpaid for
the year A. D. IM8, 1 liecamo the pnrehaer of the fol
lnwing dooerllied landi situated In therotmty of Alex
ander and Htntn of lllinom, u lnoli mill lanU Mere -old
in the name of the (mtcous lieloir set forth respective.
l' DBSCHIITION OF LAND. '
In Hbote name a--iod
JaHie I. Ilrrnat,... nwfr nw-qr
fm swqr nwrjr
fiimt inetir KUir
f-orn nwiir ?wiirl 0H.
Pamat 'mar kit or 9iH'
Son - Is" qr Mvijrj 9 H-
Fre1-riek Dne.... nirqr s'qr!l9ll.
M. M. I). Mcfttire... nwirnwiri30H.
And thJkKiflthei'lhilay of June, A.D. Iter, at a sala
lui.la fit thn turwnfrir,'alil. nnd fur the stale, eon il
ly Mid vhnul txe and eo aforesaid, fur id year
A. II. 16f,, I iMwaine the HircliOMrof Uie follim ing d
msHIkxI Undii idtaaUNl id the eounly aforewtM. anii'.
ml ami oeSil In the n.itiie. of the pemon below set
forth respectively, rln
In vrhote name n'
ed and iold.
oung l. Oarner..nwp-nwqr 8 l& 3w.
srme In pt aw jr 0lSe. 3vr.
. ...i ,i.... ,1... irniiTmn I iv law for tho redemption (
.i .i.. .l.rllwl lAmN. and aeh of tlum K ttir-
ehacd a aforeald on tho Will day of Juno A. p. 1T,
H ill expire OH tho ailli Uy o June. a. y. irw, .
thl unleM ooner redeemed I shiUI apply fur a deed
lor and pocion of the namei and thai the time riven
by law f.Vr the redemption of the above Ieribed land,
audcivhof them so purchased aafornU! iKi thp-itli
day of Jane, A. D. lw. will e.xplre on tho 2Jt!i ilayrfif
ii iua nn.i tint itnleix nooiier releemeil I
lillop.ly fur adeed for andjoeion of h naino.
u ltlUIAltl) riTZc:F.UALl),I'nreliA-er.
Uiro. January w, lJw .
rp.VX SALE NOTICE.
f WiKiam I". Oarrelt, It. A- Edrnuiidson. Wm. Wise
man, ram HlllltVall. 31. I'. MeUHIVB. . , IMH,
lM-rt o I'hdl. ps.I'. M.Mew,Jofeph Thorn.
WblUker, a. nnd E. Ilodnes. Jplirt Holif. Cw
rorao, I'eter Il jwd. Jams. Milchell. II. V. traip. I .
H. NoM , N Huimaker. Win. II. Adam". J dui A . r
cimbie,r. IieUiiey, M. D fianler, I 'eler Lundor
tilK .. Ii. Stewart, Wm. iKifkBrt Mary lay. Mr..
I"hi!l.p-. T. It. Kllm, Charle Thmpp, L. T. Ho.
I. i. , .....I n Murium:
Y-.ii atid each of you are h'reb) notlfieil tliat at a ,lo
of laud and town and eity lot for tint Slate, county
and dUinct liot laxe and coU, due thereon fur the
ar A. I. iw. Iiel'l " "i" "'r oi murain
tli city of Cairo, ewntv of Alexander and State of 1111
nolii, I. the underwgned, Iwame theloreha;r of
eh of the following derlbed tracts nf land awl elty
on the day Kiel date net npjwite to them repet
Ively a ftfllowii, vii : ,
Win I' r.arrf t K of aw qri'ijll
uifir ' ne qr ,85 II
.It A lluiundonvqrofiw qryaH
awe ln'irofs'ir '.v II
I ume jiwrqrofmvqr w I'
iWm Wi.cmjn nwqrofe qr'Ki
I ,iinr. 'wirof nqr3i,M
ir.t Sullivan.. ,C,S ot nw 'I' & 11
u 11 tit. ..,pfaw It
l Latar .n qrof nw.ii ir!
Albert t: I'lilillri ,..-..oqi..
I' Jl .Iews nwqrofnwqr
M Laxar ..w of sir qt
tame I""'!' of tc iji
Jotepli TtiorDM. ac qr of e qr
Olio Vlutaker.. neqr of w qr
tl ' SSI
li 4. li Ihxli't-i....
nw qroi iv qriiT 1
,. e.'-j oi nw qr
,;ne qrof lie qr
.. c qr or lie qi
,. ,iv qr of te qr
II V Craij
II II Noble
w qr oi ' hi
V, t,f ii iv qr
ante ne qrof mv qr
Win It AJall.
'ii nttir niv iri
J Ii Abertiombioix qr ofne qr
imv qrof ne qr
i a DrUney
Oil UIJIli! .7,
. fll ne M qr.
on IiIjiiJ 27,
i frl f hi
i .mi r .,
M D t;untr...
!..e,'i ofne qr.
Jamri Ultchf ll'e qr of f qr
reirr i.unur iviii,e qr oi neqr
ne qror a qr
eptof n qr. 80lft
lot pt no qr 19 17
r, of tw q'l3(l5
. 13 i
Joel 0 Morgan..
All of tho above cieicribed lands lyin ano
being in tho county of Alez.indcr, and ijtuto
Date of Sale.
Jul) 13 1SU Mn l'lillllpi
' 7 it
: 6 CS
July 80, IU.
F. T Holbiook
July fll, 1M.......
All nf Au eity lola belin; sltuuled In tho city of Cairo,
eiuinty of Alexander and rftale of Illinois, nnd that tho
timo given by law for the redemption of each of the
nbovo deacrllied iracta of land and city Iota from suid
. , ..I Il ..D,lll, .Licit lull'
naie, so piireiiaseo as iuu(uaiu y ...... ..1 "..-,
A.D. 10. Hill expire on the Will day of July. A. I.
1670; and that tho time Riven by law fur tho redemp
tion of tho above ilesvriledtr.M-t of land, from Kind
hale, so pureha-ed t uforeald on tho 4th il iy of An
Kiiat, A. I. la, will expire on tho 4th day ofAiiKUjt,
A. D. 170, mid that that the limo tit on by law fur tho
redemption of each of tho alovo ilcnoriU'd oilv (,
from wild ale, n piirvhiiM'd a afon-s-.-l Mtho3lt
day of July, A D. Jses, will explro on thoaist day of
July. A. D. ISiO, mid that iiulcsn tho above ileril
tracts of laud and ton n lol nro rop.H;tlvely redeeiii.nl
timeKiven by law for the redemption of i-h of them
..,.'..... . lv ut fnrth. 1 aha 1 aim v for u dceil for
Cairo, February LISOHUw
HxrANTKIl Alexuuder County Ordem, ut to ct.
Y on the dollar, for all kinds of Lumber and Iluil
derV Material. W. W. THOItNTO.N.
rAS'i'KU Cairo City Scrip, at UO cent on the
VV dollar, for all kinds of Lumber and Hiiilding
Material Kenerully. W. W. TIIUIlNTOX,
Jaut3dlw . .
T-jyANTKU Atthooltlceof tho Cairo lliiiletui.
merchants who want 11111 Heads, H1II1 of Lading
LIQUORS, TOBACCO, ETC.
y M. II. SCIIUTTEIt,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
WIXES, liKUJOBSS, TOBACCO
Host Ilrniuls of Cream ami Stock Ale
Imported Ales orDlD'crciit Kliul.
No. "3 Ohio Levke, - Cairo, Illinois
GROCERIES, BOAT STORES, ETC.
Qf D. AVI LLIAMdON,
IV ir O I; K S A li E KOCER.
I'ltODtKE AND COMMISSION
ovr e n. o n a n T,, .
Xo. "C Ohio Lever, Cairo, UI.
Speeial i.'.entiin g ven to eonaignments and fllllns
JirE V E it YlM II N GIN-
j THE BOOK XjITO'IEI
dee2rA!tf ' Ni 1 00 r.iMMXaruiMrrsCr
REAL ESTATE BROKERS, ETC.
J-OIIN"AV. TltOVEK o; CO.,
Heal INtntu, llonil nnil Slock Ilrokcrs.
Will attend f.v the payment of . "late. Couatr anjl Cltv
Taxe. and all Ulilie perUmmg to u Ul.M.I.AL
EioiiTH Stiikkt, second door front Com. Ave.,
ilee-Jl'fAltf Cnlro, III.
jte wlutni v x lsTn ev auu i v als
CHUISTMAS AND NEW YKAIfS GOODS
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
122 Coiiiiiiurcial Avenue,
Informs the '-linen of Cairo and vielnity that lie hj
011 Iiaud one of the larl uud lHtavortelNtockof
Dry (JiMiils, I'nnry (itmiK ami Notions '
In Southern lillnoi, which lie oiler at price llwit trttl
We will mil 1'rtHli. ftwl-ert braail, at frm...S to
Voril wide HleM'bed Mualm at
Heavy yard kkIo Hht4i ut -
All-uwd Flannel at
White Hlaiikelii per wilr. at S3
Itrge nice oll-waVil double Suanla at...-. 4
New tvle ladiee' Cloak ut S-'l l)aud upuunU
Wepint and very heavy eluiiiKMiM ami ll)
urel IVpliiiK. Ier inrd, fridii....... .Mto
Silk roilin at -
liiMxl jvpI-wmIo Merino at... -
Alarjje aorlnieiit of ,
IMack anil Colored Alpacas at 2."i cctits
And nimierou other kt)le of Vto Ooodii corret
All-llnon llaiidkendiieft at 10:
All-linen Toweling, tier yard, at Hjy
(IckxI Tabl Linen 4V.
Irinh Ltuen, yard wide , 41-
All-wool Sock. . 9X2
Lui!ic' Merino llo-i 13c
MerliiaUnderhlrtiiainl Druuer Wc
Abo, u Ijrge iL-Mirlnu'iit of . .
LACKS, '. .t,
Alexander Kid tllove ..$l 75
Krencli Coraeta 1 OO
11 omul Comb 10c
Ami all other fiWi correspondingly low.
It is therefore to tho Interest of every person buying
good to call nt
122 Commercial Avenue,
Before buying el.diM.'re,a money savod Is money
"Thankful for the Ill-era! patronage heretofore ei
teiuled lo u, we hoi"' 'u menu tho tamo In future.
ilncai'Cadlf . .. Ii. UIiDM.
II. II. YVAUDSKIl Itesldeiico, No. W Val-
. ....r I'ii.l.lli ylr.w.1 lllll.w.. Ufer Poat-
oiHco. oilUf lioura. 10 to 14ia.m.an.l 3 to 5p.m.,-i'.
ell aupplleu ii u-' uciuwi iikuiwu
"nOlifJALE-My residence) ou Eighth slroct, at