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Office, 225 Washington Avenue, Democrat Hall ; Editorial R6oms, Ohio Levee, over Barclay's Drug Store.
TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 1869.
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.
OFFICIAL PAPEIt OF COUNTY AXI CITi
COL. McKEAIG AND JUDGE SLOAN.
The probnblo cundiducy tsf Col. ilcKeaig,
of this city, for tho vacant bench of tho nine
teonth judicial circuit, has led to discussion of
the fitness of that gcntloman for the position,
from which wo hnvo almost wholly refrained.
Wo have had little to nay upon the aubject,
because, In the first place, wo woro apprehen
sive that our criticisms would bo charged to
political prejudlco; and, In tho second place,
wo wnro not certain that Col. McKoalg would
bo beguiled Into a candidacy, whilo a proba
bility remained that tho Hon. "Wesley Sloan
would permit his name to bo utid in therjarno
It U detracting nothing from tho merit of
the colonel to oitol Judge Sloan as tho supe
rior lawyer and jurist. His service on the
bench, protracted through a period of many
years, and his profound learning as a lawyer,
distinguish him as a judge who has few equals
in the state. This being the ulmoit unani
mous testimony of tho bar, and a fact of which
tho colonel is fully advised, we were not with
out hope! that all party bias would be laid
iside, and Judge Sloan o chosen by the
people of tho circuit. There aro those, how
ever, who seek to drabble the judicial ermine
in thu muddy pool of politics, and insist upon
tho candidacy of Col. McKoalg, merely to
perpetuate party atcetidency.
"Wo regard Col. McKeaigHj a gentleman
' f markod sensibility. He would approach
tho high responsibilities of the station with a
wcll-sfttNl distrust of his ability. And tho
fact that hit capacity has been questioned
would greatly intensify the embarrassments
with which ho would be compelled to con
tend. He cannot hope to distinguish himself
si a Judge; and should ho fail in tho execu
tion of the Uw as it is fail to come up to
the requirements of the occasion, tho taunts
and Jeer of the uncharitable would speedily
Lreak dowu the weak fortifications he has
reared In himself agulnst such assaults, and
render him tho most miscrablo of men.
Tho colonel Iim nothing to gain by such a
candidacy, should It prove successful. Hols
Jildwig up u fair practice in this city, and is
highly resHted a u citizen. Should ho bo
.lc. J iu a partisan, he could scarcely hopo
ir ei'.her charity or sympathy from those
who upttoied his election. Tho errors of
Judgment against which it would be ImjKWsi
bic fur him to guard, would be mude "iron to
his Mill,' and put the goal, to which hit am
nion points him, entirely beyond his reach.
"Wo protect most solemnly that wo enter no
t jc tion to Col- 3lcKoaig, in this behalf, bo
causo of liu party predillctlons. Persons in
wh julgmoiil wii havo tho highest confi
Jcnc, distrust his ability to creditably 111 I
the jnnit'n for which some of his ovor-.el-
u frnds aro urging him. Attorneys be.
Inging to loth political part'i. rocognir.e
t!in superior tftnos of Judge Sloan: Mid wo
rcr.fess that wu have looked in vain for un
uvq'.itV'K-Al endorsement of the colonel's
t,ualitkations from any source.
The editor of the Metropolis 'Promulgator'
k . vj tbj oulonel well. lhtuad of giving
Mm hi personal endorsement, that editor
iays he has oxtondtd inquiries, and that "they
jay he Is a good lawyer," etc. Tho editor of
tho Shawneelown 'Mercury' knows the colo
nel, and intend of endorsing him as compe
tent for tho bench, he sutistles hirinelfby say
ing that '-ho Is a good lawyer," and that if he
is r.'mlrmtal ''tho republican party will havo
un lionnt man for a candidate; and if elected
tho people will have an Acmes judge." Tho
lta!;cs aru ours.
Theo we consider very equivocal endorse
ments, coining us they do from party friends,
and should cauo the colonel lo "look well
before he leaps.'' The commanding abilities
vt Judge Sloan extort high eulogies oveu
from his foes. His. friends are lavish in their
praise of his capacity. The difference Is
broad and marked, and' should govern tho
people of thu circuit who are not blind to ev
ery consideration juvo that of party ascend
ency. Thh difference, to broad and well-de-lined,
has governed us in this matter, nnd
will continue o govern us.
GRANT AFTER THE RATTLE OF
.Shortly after thu battle of Fort DoncJsoti,
General Halleck, who wns then commander
of tho dopartim-nf of the west, communicated
tho following facts corcerniiig (5 rant's com
mnnd to Mr. Stanton, thun r-ecretary of war.
"Wo present them as a scrap from tho secret
history of tho war, Ocn. Halleck wrote as
' l havo had no communication with Gen.
(irant for more than a week. Ho left his
command wlthouA any authority and went to
Nushville. His army seems to bo as much
demoralized by the victory of Fort Donclion
as was that 01 tho Potomac by tho defeat at
Hull Hun. I can get no returns, no reports,
no information of any kind from him. Sat
isfied with his victory, ho sits down and en
joys it, without any rogard to tho futuro. I
am worn out and tired by this Inefficiency.
C. F. Smith is almost the, only officer equal
to the emergency."
Tho day following tho date of this dispatch
Halleck (having, probably, in the mean time,
received Authority from Washington), tele
graphed to Grant:
'You will pltca Major General C. F. Smith
in command of thu expedition, and remain
yourself at Fort Henry."
The democratic delegation in congress avow
themselves opposed to tho proposition to buy
Haytl and St. Domingo, correctly urging that
wo havo already sa largo a supply of negross
as wo want. Tho proposition amounts to
nothing less than a bid for 75,000 moro negro
. Tho fcpan of the, bridge at Cincinnati has
been fixed . Tour hundred feet.
THE hf KG HO SUFFRA GE A MENDMENT
Tho feature of 3Ionday' proceedings In
congress was tho passage by the house of tho
constitutional suifrago amendment by tho re
quired two-thirds voto. But two republicans,
Uingham, of Ohio, and Baker, of Illinois,
voted against it.
Tho following ig a correct copy of tho pro
posed 15th urtlcle, which is yot to pass tho
senate and bo ratified by three-fourths of tho
legislatures of the States:
Skctiox 1. Tho rights of anv citizen of tho
United States shall not be denied or abridged
by tho United States or any sUlo by reason of
race,W color, or previous condition of slavery
of any citizen or class of citir.cns of tho United
Skc. 2. The congress shall havo power to
enforce b v. appropriate legislation tho provi
sion! of this article.
A METHODIST PREACHER OS HIS
Tho llov. J. P. Newman, formerly of this
state, who is now editor of tho New Orrlcans
Advocate an organ of tho Methodist Church,
received a challenge from another editor to
fight a duel. Ho responds to it nt follows:
D. Dennett, Editor Planter'i Banner SlR :
Perhaps you think a northern mcthodist can
not be even goaded into a fight I will stand
tho venom of your pen no longer. I will
fight you. I will show you thul religious and
loyal editors aro not cowards. The Lord of
Hosts will stand by me. You musl Txj hum
bled. The Lord "will humble your rebel
heart. David fought, and ho was a man after
God's own heart. Moses and Joshua fought.
And none of them cvr had to contend with
such children of tho devil as the rebels of this
You will receive a note from my friend
arranging the details of our hostile meeting.
Respectfully, your ob't servant,
J. P.Newma.v, D. D.
Tho "Lord of IIots'' may havo "stood by"
tho irreverent Mr. Newman. If ho did, we
will venture to say, it was to see htm get well
trour.cu for his shocking sacrilege.
LEGITIMA TE FR UIT.
A Chicago radical, named Joicph Huddtn,
was greatly xasicnit.-d, on Sunday last, on
seeing his own teachings applied lo his own
dometic circle. In other words he caught
)m wife and a lusty negro man in jlagrantc
delicto. Tho dishonored husband seized a re
volver; colored gallant rnado tracks and
secured shelter In a neighboring boarding
home. Indignaut huband followed, jot a
sight of his "man and brother," fired and the
"man and brother" fell. Mr. Huddin went
to the armory confessed that he had killed the
dishonorer of his marriage bed, and asked to
bo dealt with M a deeply injured man. A lit
tle inquiry developed tho fact that tho sooty
lover fell in fright at the sight of tho pistol,
and wa not injured In the least.
Written fr the Cairo Eeaing Ilulktin.)
A DUIInctlon Without a Dlflmic.
This evonlng as I finished a ruftled and re
setted dress for Mrt. Jones, my neighbor Mrs.
Gooding came in to inquire after little Kddy,
who is moaning on his littio bod with fever,
and brought me the paper to read while I
wntch to-night. Kind heart that she is, al
ways with a bright smile and a kind word for
every one. When she left I carried tho drcs
homo in fear and trembling, well knowing
that the pay would bo given grudgingly, or
perhaps only promised another day. But
then Kddy mutt have a lcrnon and some beef
tea, and I have not a cent with which to pur
chase them. Mrs. Jones' pune proved to b
empty, or at least she taid so, and I could
coino again indeed I might wait until nVxt
week when I shall have finished a dress for
Miss Incite. At any rate I ought to havo
put more fulness In tho flounces, but she sup
posed I wanted to savo hemming. Sewing
women are so. inconsiderate thinking only
of their own comfort. Perhaps she knows
Aoic selfish they are. I have heard it hinted
that boforo Mr. Jones had that government
contract she used to keep a shop in her old
homo. But I stray from ray subject. I hast-
r-ned homo with aching head and heart, won
dering how long I should bo able to keep ray
three little ones from starving, and wishing
that tho same ball which ended their father's
life bad ended ours also. Poor Kddy still
moaned with pain, buthUsutlerings had been
relieved as much as possible by my kind
neighbor, and I took him on my lap hoping
to soothe him to sleep while I read tho paper.
Tho first object which attracted my attention
was tho congressional report. There were a
few uninteresting items, and then a letter
from Mrs. A. Lincoln, asking for a pension
on tho grounds of ill heajth, which necessi
tates a residence in Europe, where sbo is una
ble to live in a stylo becoming tho widow of a
presidont, and saying that her husband lost
his life In defence of his country, which event
destroyed her health, &c My husband fell
boforo VIcksburg whilo bravely loading his
men, after years of camp lifo with all Its dan
gers and privations; and they said died in
defending his country. Is it more glorious to
be shot in a theatre, surrounded by friends
and applauded on one's entrance to the aristo
cratic box. which, by tho way, we occupy
free, in corv ideration of tho crowds who pay
in order to sure At us, than to fail on the
battle-field ? There must bo a mistake some
where. How can two things which seem so
different still be tho same? If Mrs. Lincoln,
with hor thousands, is entitled to a pension,
only that sho may llvo In better stylo, is U
strango that I should wish for a homo and
bread for my children? or strange that I
should long to educate them for tho places in
tho world thoy would have had if tho cruol
war had not mado them fatherless ? I ask in
all candor which of the twain is most entitled
to our country's sympathy aud assistance
Mrs. Lincoln or I? A.
From tho Mound City 'Journn',' of Satur
day, wo editorialize tho following paragraphs
local lo that neighborhood:
Young Dwyer, stabbed by Nick Smith
was still living on Saturday.
Mrs. Koia Curren, wifo of Charloy Curren,
died In Mound City on "Wednesday last.
Charley Thrupp, tho suporvising engineer
of tho first seventeen miles of tho Cairo and
Vincennes railroad, has established an ofllco
in Mound City.
A beaver was caught in a Kentucky slough
opposite Mound City, one day last week, . .
the 'Journal' says so.
Work on a now steamer designed for the
Missouri river trado is being prosecuted with
great vigor by Mcsrs. llambleJon, Collier &
Mound City has a board of underwriters.
The masquerade ball named for the 8th
Inst., is exciting considerable interest. Knro
enjoyment Is predicted.
Mat Burns, of Cairo memory, instead of
having tho contract for repainting tho Great
llepublic, Is engaged on the work of recan
vasting the roof of that steamer as a hr.nd,
receiving $2 50 per day. "What a fall was
Potter wants the press association, when it
meets in Cairo, to visit Mntmd Citv sug
gesting a hospitable reception;?
A XI) IKLSH WHISKY, (.'IX
I'ort, .Mndelrn, Slicrry mut Cutnwlm
Tho radical committee on foreign atfalrs
express a willingness to r;ir, ..,. p. ui
tions coming from Hayti and St. Domingo,
looking to the annexation of those islands to
the United Stato. We liavn't quite enough
negroes yet to destroy tho government A
fw hundred thousand more, however, will do
that job for us most elTt-ctually.
Mr. Boss, member from Illinois, introduced
a bill into tho home of congress, on Monday,
to enable foreigners to become naturalised
citizens after a residence of one year. The
bill was referred to tho propor committer.
It enn readily be imagined-f.hat tho futo oi
such a bill will bo in tho hands of a three
fourths majority of dhgulsed know-nothings
There were 20 deaths in Memphis during
tho week ending Saturday, 21 of whom were
blacks. Left to themselves in our cities, these
shiftless creatures huddle together like Mvine,
and rot and die in their own filth. This is
one of tho blessings of negro freedom.
A bill has Wen introduced into tho onate
for an act to enable the people of Montana
territory to form asUto constitution and state
government, pmiout to their admission into
the union as a state.
A London Chrtrch "Done " by Dickciia.
The following truthful picture of a church
in tho heart of London, ''the most Christian
city In the world, will give a good idea of
the piety of the Cotncys:
As a congregation wo are fourteen strong,
not to count nu exhnukted charity school in
the gallery, which has dwindled awuy to four
boys and two girls. In tho porch is a bene
faction of loaves of bread, which then would
eom to be nobody left in the exhausted con
gregation to claim, and which I saw an ex
hausted beadle, long faded Mil of uniform,
eating with his eyes for self and and family
when I passed in." There is aho an exhaust
ed clerk in a brown wig, and two or three ex
hausted doors and windows havo been briekil
up, and tho service looks aro musty, and tho
pulpit cushion are threadbare, and'the whole
of tho church furniture is in a very advanced
stage of exhaustion. Wo aro "three old
women (hablturl) two young lovers (acciden
tal), two tradesman, one with a wife and one
alone, an aunt nnd nephew, naln two girls,
(theio two girls dressed out for church, with
everything about them limp that should be
sun, and rife versa, an invariable experience),
and three sniggering boys. Tho clorgyman
s, perhaps, the chaplain of n civic company:
he has tho moist unu vinous look, und eke the
bulbous boots, of one acquainted with ''Twen
ty port, and comet vintages.
"vo are so quiet in our dullness that three
sniggoring boys, who have got away into tho
corner by the altar-railiugi give us a start,
like crackers whenever they laugh. The aunt
and nephew in this city church ure much dis
turbed by the sniggering boys. The nephew
is himself a boy, and the sniggercrs tempt
him to secular thoughts of marbles and strings,
by secretly offering such commodities to tils
distant contemplation. This young St. An-
..v.v .w. "' 7'-r r-r J. ,
comes a Dacksiiuor, nnu in uumu snow uenes i
isniggerers to "heave" amarhloor i
two in hla direction. Herein hois detected bv I
the aunt (a rigorous reduced gentlowoman
who has the charge of offices), and I pcreoivci '
mat wormy roiative y iin in wie.iue,
with tho corrugated hooketl handle ofnn nn- I
..a...v- in rri near wie muuiti ui . ...."iv. ,.
ilia. The nephew revenges him- I Mis. He was the son of tho late ChrutianJUK.de
bv holdinL' ills breath and torri- ceased, of NaU"". Arkansas. He has r-t feen
, DJ uoiuini, u"'". " Wjn- b d ,nce,tlM,war. .Anr Information rjitardlnjr.
..ie ".. - .i.i. i
.cn iu( .u...b "',-". "
fvint: his kinswoman with the dread belief ,
had mado up his mind to burst. Re- he or his family will hr of somethinR to their adjan
i nf whli nors nnd shukc he awolli nnd breorrosrondinf with the tudgo of Probate Court
i orwnispors nnusnuM., no awoiu anu 0fyMimcoony ArUu&w.at Napoleon,
s d scolorcd, and vet again swe U und , Ve'ddat JOHN HYDE.
becomes discolored until tho nunt can bear i
t. 1 1 ..1 t A 1- l.t... ...lit. -.1.1 1
11 no longer, out leuti mi wim uu visi
blo neck, and with his eyes going boforo hint
liken prawn's. This causes the xnlggorors to
.'.I. . . "V ...
roifiird llii'lit as in
n oi giuiu inuvu, anu i Know
wnicn oi them wiil go out nrt, necausooi tno
over devout uttei fim that he sttddenly con
centrates on the clergyman. In u little whilo
this hypocrite, with an luboruto demonstra
tion ot'hushing I 4' t rr , and with a face
gcnorallr exprc vim-' until now for
gotten a'rollgiu' , t olsowhorc, Is
gono. Kutnbt'r ' i.ie samo way,
but rather qu!t u.reo getting
safely to the door, thore turns recklcs?, and
bancing It open, flics forth with n whoop I
that vibrate! to the top of the tower above
The clergyman, who is of a prandial pros
enco nnd a muffled oico, may bo scant of
hearing as well as of breath, but he only
glances up, as having an idea that somebody
has said nmen in a wrong place, nnd contin
ues his steady Jog-trot, liko a farmer's wifo
going to market. lie docs all ho has to do in
tho samo easy way, and gives us a concise ser
mon, stillliko tho Jog-trot of tho farmer's wife
on a level road. Its drowsy cadence soon
lulls the three old women to sleep, and tho
unmarried tradesman sits looking at windows,
tho married ono is looking at his wife's bon
net, nnd the lovers sit looking at ono anoth
er so superlatively happy that I mind when
I, turned of eighteen, went with iny Angelica
to u city church on account of a shower (by
this special coincidence that it was in Hug-gin-hine),
and when I said to my Angolica,
" Let the blessed event, Angelica, occur at
no altar but this I" and when my Angelica
conented that it should occur at no other
which it certainly never did, for it never oc
curred any where. And 0, Angelica what
has become of you, this present Sunday
morning when I can't attend to tho sermon ;
and moro difficult question than that, what
has becomo of mo as I was when I sat by
vour side I V
But we receive tho signal to mnko thai
unanimous drive which surely is a mil
ventionai like the strango rustlings
tllngs and clearings of throats
which aro never dispensed with
points or the church service,
held to l5 neccsarv under
l-cumstance. In a minute
T-and tho organ expresses
be M clad
7 ot it as it can bo or
jrt: state, and in another
,u wo are nu oi ui
inn out ot tnf cnurcn,
X locked It up.
r!td to Announce Capt. f ILMAM II.
ru MnHliUlo for Alderman from' tuo
jkt the rnsu.ns charter Itlon. t
MrtAtllW.Vi Ton ar anthorifd la announce the
name of THOMAS WILSON as a candidate fir Mayor
of Cairfi at tli ntnii charter lf:tion. tV
Complying with requests, mini ami written, of a
Ursc number of clliin, I hrcbr annouco mys'lfa
ftffwidi.hto for mayor for the ensuing official yori
ulJ ?t, however, to tin drclnlon of the democratic
jMty of Cairo, at the primary election to held '
urdar.iath nt. JOHN H. OBKW.T.
Cairo, 111., Feb.l, WO. te
For City Attorney.
We are anthorifil to announce that h, P. Dim, Kit,
Kq , will Im a candidate for re-election to Uia oflice of
City Attorney, auuject to the decmon of tiie dumocratio
Kor City Marahal.
Wo are antlioriaed to minminee tlutJOHN CtlROAN
will U a candidate for the office of City Marshal at the
cruuinzoharter election, autjcot to the deciaion of trio
democrats party. te
Wear.' Authorized to nnununcn MICHAEL HAM
HItICK a a candidate for tho office of City Marshal,
Miljmt to thcdecuicn of tho democratic party. te
We are nuthorizml to announce that DAN. MtCAH
THY i a candidate for tho ollieofCity Martha, iiih
Jct to tho decision of the Democratic party. te
Kor City Trcaiurer.
Mr. yjatr Plea" announce me as an Independent
candidate fAr tli otfice of City Treasurer, tutject, how
iTr, to the decinonol the votera of Cairo.
t CON. SWKI'.NEV.
Weareauth-r t I to announce that JOHN HTI.A.ND
I a candidate for the offlceof City Treasurer, mbji-ct
to the deolMon of the democratic party. te
W are authorized to announce J. H. TAI'I.OH tu a
candidate for the office of City Treasurer, ntiliject to the
deolMon of the democratic party. t
Por Police MuRlatrate.
Mr. iUiir Ilcae announce inei candidate fur Po
lice Magistrate. Security drbtsand aspellof lckneit
of two and a hs'' years duration have left mo In new!
of the office. It is my chief support, and ai this ii the
Iat live I elin.il a.k office, I hope my friend will not
forget me. te H. SHANNESSY.
Mr. V.dtUr Pleas nuiiouncn me ai'a candidate
forthuolTice of Polled Magistrate, silljecttothcdeel..
lonofthedemrv-r'Mi.pvty. eJ JAMEr) P.YAN,
Fur City Clerk.
Wuur authorised to announce J, H. HIJMPHIiKYri
aa a randldato for the office of City Clerk at the ensuing
el" n, itiject to the ilecinlon of thu democratic
Mr. yjtfrr Plea.e announce ine as an independent
candidate for the office of City Clerk at llu emufmr
election. tc I.. W IIAUHEU.
Mr. yjiiorYjns annouuee me as a candidate for
tho office; of CilyClerk, at the enduing charter elec
tion, auhject, how crt-r, to the democratic party,
le PATRICK MOCKI.EK.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for tho office
of City Clerk, ub)ret to the regulations of the demo
cratic party, tee) JOHN P HEW.
Wo are authorised to announce JOHN P. KAGIN&s
a candidate tor the office of City Clerk, subject to the
decision of the democratic parly. to
Office of the Cairo City Kerry Company,
anl Valley Kerry Company,
Cairo. Illinois. February 2, JSo9.
Notice is hereby Kiren to tho Stockholders of the
ahore name! companies, ihat an aasessmei of ii
tern ItC) per vent, uponthn capital atock thereof, haa
this in lieen inkta br the Director. 1.1. 1 tuat the
St.x'kholdera are rcpilrH to pay the same at the oftVe.
-,,'h. t,.;..,; -HI .n do .Ly. from the dale
r-"-f ,-r,:"u r,he b,-iai oftheeomna-
nie. tiiomah w. hallidat, rietretary.
inin near the mouth of Bed rier,orat Yj..oCity,
htuii of .incathewar. Any Information 'juarUinjr,
.hnsalJ christian Hak will bo thankfully riconed, and
C'ergyman, whilo realdlng in South
. missionary, discovers a saie anu simp.o rei,,c ly tor
I .i... Vjrrniia Weakness. Earlr Ilecav. Iii.fjj.es:
- - - -
of tho Urinarv and Seminal Organs, and the w utile train
of dlsonlers brought on by baneful and viciou irjit.
Orcftt numWrs hare tieencured by this noM mdy.
' Prompted by a desire to benefit the afflicted nnd un
fortunate, I will aendtho recipe for prepiinnj? and
i using this medicine, in a sealed enrelopc, u uuy ono
who needs it, rs or rasais. Address,
1 JOHEPH T. 1NMAN,
SUtlon D.liitloll. ue
febl-U3ra New Xoxk t vy
rjlUK FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL IIUUD, I IIOI1T. V. M 1L.LI.R,
President. J Vice-President.
C. Si. IIUGIIKS, Cannier.
Collections Promptly Attended to.
Exchange, Coin, Bnulc Xolf anil United
BouKlxt cxxLd. Sold.
Allowed on Time Deposit.
Q1TY NATIONAL BANK.
V. 1. IIALI.IDAV, Preside nt l
A. II. HAKFOUII, Cashier I.
WALTKIl HVHtOI, AiiMsut Cashier.
GEO. I). WIU.IA.MiON.
Exchange, Coin; and United States Bond
IlotSRht ami Sold.
DepcuiU Received, and a General Ranking
KV AHIJI VAL.SI NKW AltUIVALS
CHKISTMAS AND.VKW YEAll'S (.'OOD
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
122 Commercial Avon uc,
InKirm. llio llilna of ('mm and ucinilY that h his
on hmd ono of the largest nd bestajsorfeilstoclrof
Dry iood, Fniiey (iootls iintl .Votloas,
In Koutliern Ifllnws, whleh hentlr at prwen that will
; i ( .
We will Mdl Print-, frlt-t brands, at from.. to li'.i
Tanl wide Illoachixl .Mu.lin at
Heavy yard wlda Sheeting at......i. ......... lx
All-wool Flannel at -..
White Illankel r pair. at H 5"
lArge sljfl all-wiwil dimUe HIikhIs nt..;. 4
Newstvle lailles' Cloitks at $'! island upuards
flood I.tnseyaat - Ss
Elegant and ery heiy ciwinKcai'lo nil' I ng-
ured Potdliii. i-r ard, from-... -.toto
Hilk Poplins at .
(iood yard-wide Merino at....... .. V
A large assortment of
Black and Colored Alpacas- at 2.'i cent
AM UPWAUIW, ' '
And numerous other stylet of Kress Hoods corres
All-linen Handkerchiefs at..,. 1ft-
All-linen Timellng, per yard, at.- llhr
(iood Table I.illt-n
Irish Linen, yard wide . . -
Iwulles' Merino Ilo-e - Ii.'
Merina I'ndershfrtiand Drawers...
Also, a largo as-Miftljieut of, . , .,,
fl?SAIN TRIMMING ft
Alexander Kid Gloves..
KIH.t f IOC
And all other Good eorretjwuhnyly low.
It ii threfiro to tho Interejj of eery person buyms;
goods to call at
122 Commercial ATcaue,
Do fore buying elsewhere, as money saved l moaej
WThankful-Yor tho liberal patronage heretofore e
tended to its, we hope to receive the saie lr. raters.