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Office, aa5 Washington Avenue, Democrat Hall; Editorial, Rooms, Ohio Leveejiover BarclayJsjDrug Store.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 3, 1869.
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.
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OFJ ICfAL I'Al'ER OF COUNTY AND tTTT
NEGRO HERli AND NEGRO THERE.
Nothing more pointedly portray tho rank
injustice of tho measure? of tho prciont radi
cal congress, looking to tho social equality of
tho negro, than tho aversion tho radicals
themselves manifest for tho lcgltimato results
of thoio measures. Tho betrayal of this feel
ing In the attempted Inauguration ball, fur
nislies a cuo in point too palpable to escape
the notice of tho most casual observer, and is
bringing upon tho advocates of tho "negrp
tquullly" floctrlnu ft just niousiire ofihamo
Tbo celebration of Gen. Grant's inaugura
tion by u grand ball, was dutormined upon,
and steps hnd been taken to render it mag
nificent in alt its details, when a veto from
tho general was fulminated, much to tho sur
prise of evcrylxjdy. "Why this veto was put
upon thu project is now tnado known, to tbo
limine of the radical "lights" concerned, who
proclaim it a cliri'tinn duty to take the negro
by the bund as "u man and brother." It has
bow transpired that the inauguration ball
project was uliandoned because- the negro to-ciot!e-f
Washington, anticipating a broth
erly reception, had determined upon a Joint
purticipation with their whito-skitined bene
factors. This determination was in exact
consonance with radical teachings, it is true;
but, mirabitedictit, who ever thought that the
Impudent blacks would put tho radical equal
ity theory to tho test in such a disagreeable
manner? The prospect was disheariening I
The picture) of a gorgeous hall, packed with
odorous negroes; tho wive and daughters of
foreign ministers, of congressmen and of cab
inet officer, sandwiched by lubber-lipped
woolly-heads, or whirled by them in the
mazes of tho dance I Negro equality thus
applied became odious, even to the authors
an 1 u lvoratc s of the doctrine, and the appli
rat.in could not bo permitted. Hence the
The scandalous, dligtiHting, revolting scene
presented by a crowd of a thousand ncgroej,
on equal terms with tint whites, dancing an
American president Into office, was too much
f.r rali al digestion. Vet tho cravens were
afraid Ut say so; afraid to deny the negroes
equal participation in the daucu and at the
fea't, and the remaining alternative was to
t p tho J.all '
The radical relebritle, who shrink from
tho debating contact, show by tho act tho
oH'tsii!i ff tho Mino sentiment that per
vades the breasts of all decent white men.
Tr ry show that all tholr pulaver nlout the
h ml Urnuny under which the black is
gr ar.Ing. i the offshoot of the sheerest hy
jKxricy. They show that they are urging n
I'.iiJit. n of thing fur tho south (from which
they lntin tly shrink themselves) for per
i - r.al tin J party ends only. They demand
t..a, in thi reconstructed status, the beastly
r.tgro shall havu equal privileges ut the hotel
table, in the cabins of the finest steamers;
in tho most gorgeous saloons; in railroad
sleeping cars; inomnibusses and stagecoaches;
u 1 t!. s lit v di-mand, while in their heart of
hearts they loath the negro who avails him
t.f of the latitude they extend to him.
EDUCATE TEE NEGROES.
Democrats desire tho education of the ne
groes. They would have them open their
eyes to the shameless deceit practiced upon
ihem by tho radical party, Thoy would have
them come to an understanding of the hollow
hearted hyjxwrisy of tho designing men, who
flatter and cajole them that they may employ
them as flexible agents to accomplish their own
ends. They would have them weigh tho sin
cerity of radical professions of friendship and
sympathy by tho auaJoi which govern at
Wuthingtou. There, negroes are good enough
to vote for radical ofUcu-seekurs ; but when
they attempt to practice that negro-equality
s ) persistently declared to bo thi Inherent
right of tho blib'k man, when they seek a
meeting on equal terms with tho authors and
ndv cntes of that dectrine, they are kicked
out as presumptuous negroes I To understand
these brtio radical snares and delusions tho
democrat would havo tho ncgrous become
intelligent and educated men and women.
Until they do reach that point, until they have
capacity to think and act for thcmsolvcs, un
til thoy can tell a canting hypocrito from an
honciit man, tho democracy expects no uece
sions to iU ranks in the way of negro voters.
Kducuto thu colored men and you make dem
ocrats out of them. Keep them in the bond
age of Ignorance, and thoy will romain the
victims of radical deception, trickery and
A Danburgh (Connecticut) dispatch of dato
tho 1st Inst., says: A terrible disaster, destroy
ing a number of lives and much property, oc
curred hero last night. Upper Knhanza
unm, which .uppnei. ma ooroughwjtU water,
Save way, forcing another dam below, when
twt lmiHtta rvf wain- iia.l.A,1 e i
.... . . i iorwaru, car-
rylng all before them. I lint's Dam and throe
bridges wore also awopt away. Houses and'
small buildings wore destroyed and carried off
in a flood of Ice, rock?, trees, &c. Mr. A.
uiurjc s dwelling wns carried away with his
-jamny, consisting of liimsolt, wlfo ana boy, lu
it anil all drowned. Miss Humphreys, Mrs. i the ground, that it would be encouraging peo
Husted and Mrs. Chaa. Androw'a mother wore plo to fall from scaffolds. The lawyor was
airo urowncu, A n tun bor of other persons aro
musing, it is supposed ton or fifteen llvos
wore lost. .
It Is h notnblo fuel that speaker Colfax has
uniformly voted to roliovo southern men of
their political disabilities, This fact is taken
as an indication of Grant's nollev in ,nt r.
peet. Kodlcnl straws, howovor, don't ulwavs . retl I P't,"U8t0' Kencrafshlp, or the soc
how which wuy the wind blows. qS "
Collated from our latest Udegratns.
Vive llorit Thievei Knot.
A Dycrsburg correspondent of the Mem
phis 'Appeal' says that on last Friday night
Ave notorious horse thieves, two named Evans,
another named Moody, the other names not
given, were takon from the jail thcro by citt
erns of that place and shot to death. No at
tempt at disgulso was made, and nearly all
tho citizens participated in it.
Hnuthern Preir Convention.
All leading railroads south havo telegraph
ed tho members of the Now York press
that thoy will give free passes to western edi
tors who desire to visit their brotbrcn nt Mo
bile at tho press convention to bo hold there
about the middle of February.
The Louisville Canal.
Tho action of tho scuato committee on
Monday in htriking out au appropriation of
$450,000 for the Louisville canal, is deprecat
ed by nearly all western senators. Morton,
Wade, Sherman and othors dcclaro thoy will
defeat tho river and harborblll unless tt is
Tho contest for .speaker of the house of the
forty-first congress has lecom4i qulto exciting,
and the friends of Dawes and Blainoare con
ducting a spirited canvass. At tho March
session Connecticut and New Hampshire will
not be represented; but, out of tho twenty
New England members, Dawes claims sixteen.
Ulaino says his strength is in tho west.
Mr. Orth, of Indiana, who is noxt to Gen.
Banks on the house committeo on foreign
affairs, introduced tn tho homo of representa
tives on Monday a resolution on tho basis of
tho old Texas resolution, declaring that tho
United States will be ready to receive San
Domingo as a territory whenever her people
demand it. The introduction of tho proposi
tion of Mr. Orth's created much excitement.
A dozen members sprang to thctr feet, and
some confusion ensued. A motion was made
to lay it on the table, and on this motion a
division was called, and resulted 28 to 20. v
L'nfll for Htn.
An icspectlon of the l'eruviau monitors, al
Now Orleans, resulted in the board reporting'
that they wero unfit for sea. They will sail
this week for l'entacola for repairs before
taking their final departure. If report is
true the Peruvian government has been badly
swindled in the talc, and a month may inter
vene befuro they sail for Peru.
Hock laland Armor)-.
The army appropriation bill contains tho
item of 11,000,000 for repairs and Improve
ment of the armory ut Itock Island, III., ono
half of which is to be devoted to the construc
tion of a bridge connecting Hock Island with
the cities of Itock Island and Davenport.
Thu total appropriation is $10,000,00tgrcater
than last year.
Among '.he bills introduced into tho house
of congress on Monday was ono by Mr. Kob-
inton, for an increase of tho salary of tho
president of tho United Sutes to 4 100,000.
Alio for the payment of 175,000 to tho widow
And children of Abraham Lincoln.
Illinois Central Hallroad.
Tho vice presidency of tho Illinois Central
railroad has been filled by tho selection of
John Newell, at ono time superintendent of
the New York Central.
A late dispatch from Troy, N. Y., says that
t.hrco laborers wero killed and four wounded,
by a promaturo explosion of glycerine, nt a
rock-blasting on tho Lebanon railroad, in
South Petersburg, Suturduy morning. Thoso
killed wero horribly mutilated.
A terrible tragedy occurred in Marion
county, Iowu, thirty miles from Desmoines,
on Saturday. A man named G. Shaffer, who
bud twice deserted his wife, returned recently
and ordered hor to leave her father's house.
On Saturday ho went thcro with a loaded re
volver. His wife's mother met him at the
door. After knocking hor down with achair,
ho served his wife similarly, and then shot
her In thu head, killing her instantly, no
next fired three time at himself without ef
fect, failing in which he gashed his throat
with a butcher knlfo. The ncighbbrs found
him lying with his head on tho bosom of his
dead wife, And one of his children in his arms.
Ilrldglug the Ohio Hirer.
Captains "Win. H. Drown,. Beltzhoovcf,
Groy and others, of Pittsburg, arrived in
Washington on Monday to consult with tbo
committee baring in charge the bill for s
bridge over tho Ohio river. They are strong
ly opposed to tho abort spans proposed by
railroad men, as destructive to the groat coal
Interests, u well as to steamboat Interests,
Thov .lo.I.m rr.utln.. tl,n ... nf ,,
amendment passed by tho senate appointing
( A COr of engineers to report on the subject
worfl nv ma r .,Jt.l.
- , ...
A Now Orlcuns lawyer made a remark In
1 court last week which was worthy of Amlna
dab Sleek' who declined to assist the family
, of a man who had fallen from a scaffold, on
defending a cmo against a railroad company
, for running ovor and malnilng a child. He
f gravely told tho jury that tf they awardod
I damnires the nnnnta nf Knv Orlffuna wnnlil
' elornnlly bo sending tholr children in the
street to bo run over.
"'no "whllo-hatted philosopher" htta been
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ELECTION.
To Nominate, Candidates for City Olllccs
To be Held on Saturday, February 13, 1 800
Tho democratic electors of tho city of Cair6
will meet in tho several wards on Saturday,
February 13, 18C9, for tho purpose of ballot
ing for candidates for tho following offices,
viz: a mayor, city clerk, city treasurer, city
attorney, city morshal and ono polico magis
trate; ono uldcrman for the first ward; two
aldermen for tho second wnrd; ono alderman
for tho third ward, and two aldermen for the
The following will bo the regulations of
said primary election :
1st. Tho voting shall bo by ballot.
2d. Thcro shall be thrco JudgH and two
clerks for each ward, as follows:
Judok First Ward Joints Gurland,
Jos. McKenzie, and Jos. Ilro.
CLEiiKh Harmon Ablo and ISobt. Smyth.
Juuocs Second Word Anton Eschbach,
Lawrence J. Byrne, and Alexander II. Irvln.
Ci.eukh Thomas Winter and IIorAco A.
Judoes Third Ward Timothy O'Callt
ban, Robert JJrlbach, and O. P. Lyon.
Ci-euks Bernard McMannus and Win. J.
J udoes Fourth Ward James Carroll,
Win. Kluge, and Wni. W. Thornton.
Clkrks Jno. W. Crowley and Win. A.
3d. No one shall bo permitted to challenge
a voter out of bis own ward.
4th. Any member of the democratic party,
legally qualified to vote at the charter elec
tion, may vote at this election, and when auv
person otTcrlng to voto shall be challenged!
Wore ho is permitted to deposit hit ballot,
shall subscribe to tho following declaration,
"I hrrlT ilnclareaaa man ofhnpr that 1 will rote
for and u.c ail honoraUo mcaaSiHiin mr power to
retire the election of the ryrTnincf of thin primary
elrctlon, ktii! that I am a lal tcl-rof thia ward."
Which shall be flln and presorved by the
Judges of elections
5th. Tho poHs shall bo opened at 2 o'clock,
p.m and clojo at 8 o'clock, p.m., nnd shall be
nt tho tAxne places as have been designated for
the genyfal election on tbo 1U Tuesday cf
February. The judge shall, immediately
aftepaho closing of the polls, proceed to can
va( tho votes and report tho result, with the
ballots and list of voters, tmmcdiatclv to tho
"democratic city central committee, whose
duty It shall bo to examine and ratify t: j
same, mako publication thereof, nnd .officially
declaro tho nominee In accordance with life
result, In the Cairo 'Evening Bulletin' as
soon as practicable.
Gth. All candidates for nomination cn tho
ticket for tho city lit large, aro required to
publicly pledge themselves to abide tho reult
of tbo primary election, and to support the
7th. No one shall be qualified to voto at
anv primary election who is not u legal voter
of thu precinct in which ho o!Tcr to vote.
Tho judges of tho primary election, In tho
several ward, uro urged to obcrvo the great
est care in tho conduct of the election, nnd to
rigorously enforce the rules above set forth.
liy oruer or tno
Democratic City Central Committee.
The candidates voted for will be required to
take tho following pledge:
We, the undtriicnrd candidate fur city otficra of
the etiy of Cairo, Iierotij plnle ourehr to abide the
mill t of the primary elrctiuu.
Monday's proceedings were gcnornlly un
interesting. Wo append the only items of
importance to our readers:
CAIKO COMMON 1'I.KAH CO CUT.
The Kovernor returned to tie senate, with
his objections, an act to repeil tho court of
common plens of Cairo, clvinr as reason for
tho veto that provisions in tie act were in
conflict with the constitution. Tho senato re
futed to pass tho bill over tho veto by 23 to
Mr. Munn Introduced u bill to repeal tho
act establishing a court of cemmnn pi out in
Cairo, which, on motion, was lead three times
MKTKOl'OLlM AMI T. R. It.
Consideration of tho bill to incorporate tho
Metropolis and Northwestern railroad, rc
Hrtcd back by thu committer on railroads
was resumed. Section 3 of tils bill provides
that state tax on road-bed, depot, &c., be paid
back to counties subscribing Minds to bo ap
plied in payment of latere; thereon. The
bill was made the special ordu- for 4 o'clock.
In the houso an act iu rclo-ion to principal
and surety, providing that folders of n noto
must bring claim against thecstateof debtor
within two years after his duith or lose his
right against the surety, wheh was paased;
yeas 65, nays 4.
Act to regulate coroners' fs nt seven dol
lars nnd fifty conts, and fixing fees of jurors
at ono dollar, and making thi jury consist of
six persons, was re-committetto tho judiciary
The Springfield 'Journal;' dio most venom
ous radical paper, taking abiltyinto account,
in the state, indulges in tho Mowing fulsome
puff of Brick Pomcroy 's pspir. It says :
"Brick" Fomeroy's nowdilly in Now York
city is ono of tho greatest ant most successful
newspaper enterprises of tin country. His
new weekly, 'Pomeroy's Dcnocrat.' is increas
ing In circulation a thoussnl copies per day
The Illinois legitluturo wll visit Quincy
next Friday in a body. Thcf proposo to get
boozy at the Quincy house, orer a free dinner,
At night tno members abieio locomote
mingle tn the "malzy."
non. Geo. W. Wall was oi a business visit
to tho city yesterday, and lot on tho ovoniug
train. Ho had but reccntty returned from
thcjcapitul city whero ho loirned new lessons
of radical disinterestedness md loyo for the
dear people. 1
Since tbo lost "shaking up in San Francis
co tho mechanics of that cityhavo turned their
attention to tho contrivano of CArthquaka
proof chimneys for tha logo factorlos. An
Immense iron smoke stack O feot high, eight,
feet in diameter, nnd weijliing nearly five
tons, has just boen raised uon n sugar refin
ery, tho roof of which Is si.ty feot from tho
A largo panther is creating, great excite
ment in Davidson couuty, Tennessee. Eight
cows and thirteen hogs have been killed and
nnii uovourcu uy tno animal, a. miming
party has been tracing its footprints in tho
snow, but havo hod troublo with their hounds,
which seem to bo timid. The shriek of tho
monster, resembling the cry of n child, bus
been heard by the hunters, but only its tracks
M'l IU liHlf-eaten victims havo yot been seen.
it is supposed that the animal belonged to n
mcnngcrio which was wrecked soma months
ago by tho collision of railroad trains In Mis
sissippi. With tho exception of ono large
panther, tho animals wero nil recovered and
caged. Tho animal that than made iU cscapo
has no doubt found its wav to Tennessee.
If Leo Kleb will stand for Aldermau of the Tfrst
Ward he will recelre tho support of
Mnytax.pyerrepctfiilly request Ilobrt Con
nlnghamand Joeph Mendell to become candidate
for Aldermen In the Second Ward.
William Loncrgan will receive the aapport of many
friend., if he will consent to ran for the Aldermanship
of the Third Ward.
If nlchard Fittferald and William McIIalnwill tx.
come candidate for Aldermen iu the Fourth Ward
they will receive the support of
We are authorized to announce Capt. WILLIAM II.
HANDI'PKT an candidate for Alderman from the
third ward, at the enulnic charter election. te
)Uikt );(-Tou are anthorltwl to announce tho
name nf THOMAS WILSON a a candidate for Mayor
of Cairo at the enrulnst charter election. tc
Complying w.th rcucatj, verbal and written, of a
large numlxrnf citltcna, I hereby annoncc mynclfas
a candidate for mayor for the ensuing official year;
anbject. however, to the declalon of the democratic
party of Cairo, at the primary election to be held Sat
urday. Wli lrt. JOHN H. ODERLT.
Cairo, III., Feb. MSC9. te
For City Attorney.
We arennthorlted to announce that U P. BUTLEIl,
E-q , illlx-a candlifalo for re-eW-ction to the oftlce of
City Attorney, subject to the itecu ion or Hie uemocrauo
For City Maralial.
We areauthorlied to announce that JOHN CUltnA.N
will a candidate for the office, of City Marahal at the
ennuinceharter election, aulject to the decision of the
democratic, party. te
We are authuriied to anuouneo MICHAEL HAM
HltlCK as a candidate for tho office of City Marshal,
uNect to the decision of tho democratic party, t
We are authorltcd to announce that DAN. McCs...
Tlirlsacandldatofortho offieofCity Marshal, itib
jtct to U.e Jts. iiicu of tho Dt-moctatlo pirty. tc
For City Treaaiarer.
Mr. FAur Please aunouncf me at an Independent
candidate forthe offlco of City Trcaaurer, subject, how
ever, to the dxlsion ol the voters of Cairo.
We are wilhorlied to Announce that JOHN I1TLAND
Is acandldite for tho office of City Treasurer, mlject
to the Uculsioii of the demKratlo party. te
We aro authorised to announce J. I). TATLORaaa
nn.lld.ile for the offlca of Cily Treasurer, sulj.tt to tho
decision of tho democratic jarty. lc
For Police MaRlstratr.
Mr. rMtr Please announce mo a candidate fr I'o
lies Magistrate. Security debt anil a spell of sickness
of two and a half years' duration have left me In need
of the office. It is my chief support, ami as this Is the
last time I shall ask office, I hopo my friends will not
forget me. (tss) B. 6HANNESSV.
.V. lUtttr Pletue aiinouncu me as a candidate
for the office of Polico Magistrate, ul ject to the divis
ion of the dtmot mtic patty. (tel JAMES UTAN.
For City Clerk.
Mr. lULtrVlein3 announce me a acundiilitu for
the office of City Clerk, aut jeet to the decision of dem
ocrats at the ensuing primary election.
llln well known tii.it I am no bogus democrat. I
am a regular hard-listed, nntiimt and Jrlrrmitnl one.
(Volt know consistency l a Jewel thro times,) I
mako nn hyo.'ritical pretentions. M) claims and en
abilillos are pretty generally known by a majority of
the rilirtns, whom I ask to sujijort and elect me. I
havo worked for and with dr mocru, on all occasions,
since 1 csme In Cairo s my prospecU and Interests are
here, and, If elected, I hope t be able to jverform thn
duties of the olhi e to the SAtisf.tetion of all. My re-i-dence
it on Washiniton avenue, next to tho Catholic
Church. Itcspsii'tfiilly, Ac.,
le LAWRENCE J. BYP
We aro authorised to announce J, B. HUMPIUIKTS
as nudidate for the office of City Clerk at tho oneiiinx.
election, tlt'Ject to tho decision vf'tiio drnucr.itic
Mr. fULtr Please announce me as an !mlowndent
ctmlldate for the offlueof City Clerk ut tho ensuing
election. t L. W BtRIIER.
Mr, Viur HeAie announce mo as a candfiUto for
the office of City Clerk, at tho ensuing charter elec
tion, subject, however, to thn democratic p.irty.
le PATHICK ilOCKLEII.
I hereby anuounco myself n candidate for the oitlco
of City Clerk, subject to the regulations of thedemo
cratlo party. ie JOHNP.IIELV.
Wo are authorised to announce JOHN P. FAOINoa
a candidate for tho office of City Clerk, nubject to tho
decision of the democratic party. tr
Office of the Cairo City Ferry Company,
and Valley rerry uoinpany.
Cairo. Illinois. February , ItfO.
Notice is hereby given in 'lie UtockholaVra of the
Mote named companies, that an assessment of six
teen (10) pT cent, upon the capital atock thereof, hui
this day been made by the Director, and that the
HloekliolderM aro required to pay tha same at tho offlco
of the treasurer within ten (10) days from tho dula
lieroof, in accordance with the bv-laws of tho ooinpa
111.,. THOMAS W. HALLIDAY, Secretary.
CHRISTIAN HAK,ayounm&n with family; resided
In ISCI near the mouth of Ked river, or al 1 awo City,
Miss. UewMtho son of tbo lata Christiau Hal;. d.
censed, of Napoleon, Arkansaa. He haa uot been
Jieard of sincn tho war. Any .information regarding
the said Christian Hak will be thankfully received, and
ho or hU family will hear of something to their ndrun
tace by corrnspoiidinj with the ludge of lrobttto Cour(
of Desha county, ArUauos,nt Nujwleon.
A Clergyman, wlillo residing In South America ua a
missionary, dlacoured a safe and almplo remedy for
the euro of Nervou Weakness, Earl Decay, Diseases
of the Urinary and Scmlivvl Organs, and the whole train
nf disorders brought on by baneful and vlolo.ia habits,
(ireat number beencurcd by this noble remedy.
Prompted by a dcaire to benefit the afflicted and un
fortunate, I will end tha riwipe fer pfoparldg mi l
using this medicine, In a scaled envelope, to uny ono
uhoccedsit, rassor ciuaot. Address,
JOSEPH T. INMAN,
Station D, Bible HousV,
ftbl-dSm New Tork City.
rJWE FIltST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL IIUIIIJ, I HOUT. W. MILLlSJlV"
C. Sf. ItVOlIKH, Cashier.
CoUcctlou.4 rroBiptlr Attended to. '
ExcliaiiB;e,Coln, Ilank Notes anil UUf
Htatca Bccurltlet, ' ' '
3Soia.Blit nucl Soldi
Iutcrcht Allovfcd tm Tlmo DcposlU.. .
CITY NATIONAL HANK.
W. P. lIAIiMUAY, 1'realdtutl
A. B. HAFFOHD. Caalilerf
VAI.TEIl IIVHLOr, Aa.lstant Caabler.
tt.BTmSTATl.01t, I W.P. IIALL1DAT, '
Scott white wht. h.ciinmnoHAM,
OEOVD. WILLIAMSON. I STEPHEN BIRD,
A. B. tiAFFOHD.
Kxclitmtrc, Coin, ami Unltwl States Bon
HougHt and Hold.
DrpotlU Rtet'xrtd, and a Gtntral Banhna
KY AIMtlVALSI SKW AKKIVA1V5
CIIKISIMAS .VXD XVAY YKAU'S GOODi
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
Xj. XJXjTTIVX, J'v a
Vi'i C'oiiiiiu'rclitl Avvnue,
Informs tho citizen of Cairo nnd vicinity Hut he his
on hand ono of tho largcta nnd boNtaskorfrd stock of
Dry (loudt; Fiincjr (Jootls niul Xotioiw
In Southern Illinois, which ho oilers at prices that wiK
defyoiilH'tnioii. ' '
We will fell Print', f.trbet brandn, at from.- to 12l(.i
rani wide llleachtil Molln at - U.V
Henvy yard widn Miecting ut. IV
AU-mo-iI Kl.imiel ut .. SO:
White Blanket i-t uilr, at..,.., $3 iO
jirs also idl-wnnl dotiblo hlmls at........... i
.Vwsitle Iwlle-' Cliutks at frit) and upwards
C,fK Linseysat -...... ' 9V
Klj!nitt and ty heavy clisnceaMii And ttyi' '
ured Poplins, per yard, from-... ..Mtol:
Silk 1'iipllni at, - .. ........ ,7V
(!oh yard-wid'Mrliu Kt
A Inrfje Msortinent of
Illuck and Colored Alpacas at - ccul. .
And numerom other styles of IHcss fiooda corien
All-linen Handkerchiefs at
All-linen Toweling, per yard, at..
tiood Tablu I.lnen....
Irish Linen, yard wide....,......
All-wool Hin ts.... ..;...... .
I.ndlfs' Merino Hoj ..
Merina Uiidersliirls and Draers
ANo, a largo assortment of i
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Alexander Kid G1otc - ..... ..$1 7a
Vrcuch Corsets . "
Round Combs. 1 e
And all other Good correiondntjly loxo.
It is therefore to the hiteroatof every person byitt
good:) to call at
1312 Commercial (Atcuuc,
Before buying clsewher,), aa moueyaavvd Is. tnorwy
MTliAnkfUl fcr tho libera patronage heretofore tt
tended tops, we hope to receivo llio sunn in fuuuo,
ilevil'tidtt tt BltVM.