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OFFICIAL PAPKIt OF COUNTY AND CITV
T1IEJIADICA L q UANDAR Y,
It is Impossible for nny intelligent demo
crat to airoct indlllorctico to tho anxiety of tho
leading radicals concerning, tho probabloipol
icy thnt will control tho administration of
General Grant. They hiivo elected their
man, but urobv no means certain that in do-
ing so they havo not got on ciopnani on uieir
hands that will bring tnem irouiiio anu con,
General Grant is not and novor was a rep
reacntatlvo man in tho republican ranks. He
is not now, nnd never was a radical; and ho
was not fleeted nt an exponent of tho princi
nle.s of that partv. It was known that ho
supported tho reconstruction policy of Pri-sl
dent Johnson; that ho was tho flrst to nrgo
tho pardon of tho' prominent robel officers,
nnd that ho has always been opposed to un
qualified negro suirrogo. Kcticcnt ns ho was,
thoro was no attempt to conceal his position
in regard to all theso questions. Ueyond
thcto special development', his rusidenco in
tho west, and his education at West-Point,
schooled his mind against sectional Jealousies
and narrow-minded hatred peculiar to tho
barren knobs, and contracted v alloys, of the
Atlantic H-uboard. Ho learned here lessons
of magnanimity and good-will to all mon that
ho hos scarcely forgotten, or will ignoro nt the
altar of New England Jealousies, hato and
illlborality. Of all thwo facts tho radical
party were not Ignorant; but tho alternatives
wore presented to thorn, Grant or defeat; and
far "better or woro' Grant was accepted,
lie was not believed to be in full sympathy
with their party; but to nominato Sumner,
Wado, Dingham, Dawes, Butler, or any other
radical, on account of principle, was to incur
inevitable defeat,. and hence for availability'
ssko Grant was accepted and elected
Hut what of tho future? "There's tho
rub! ' In the election of Grant the party has
been guilty of an act having no foundation In
straight-forward, manly principle, and tho
consequences are yet shrouded in the most
perplexing uncertainty. They have tholr
"elephant;'' but the troublo with them Just
now is not so much what they will do with it,
a what it will do with them. They feel that
they have stern, elf-posijH-d material with
which to deal, and are !ot altogether suro
that they did not act with precipitation in
stiatihing It from democratic ground, for
which it had manifested an uumbtukublu pre
dlliction. An extempore Jury of Alabama negroes
Judged, condemned and executed on the spot,
one nf their own color .who had committed n
revolting assault on two littlo girls.
The New York 'Star' Albany correspon
dent writes: "l hour It stated te-day that
among tho last act of Governor Fenton's ad
ministration was tho pardon from the Sing
Sing prison of young Edgur H. Ketchurn."
An English paper says the Siamese twins,
not discouraged by tho opinion of the Edin
burgh medical faculty as to tho peril of un
dergoing ft surgical operation arc now on
tbclr way to Paris, to submit their caso to tho
professors in tho French capital. They aro
accompanied by two of their daughter.
ituitia always got along well with tho
Alaska Indians. Sho never had any troublo
with them. There was perfect qulot on both
sides. Wo havo owned thu .region a very
littl- while, and already we have an inciplont
Indian war upon our hands. Wo. may bo a
rery great people, but u certainly ieeiu to
be a very difficult people for Indians to get
Tho radical organs boast that General
Grant, on being asked at a ball by a lady in
the prcsonce of liulf a dozen other ladles and
as inany gentlemen, to say who his cablnot
member would bo, respectfully declined.
Tho fact is mentioned u proof of his aston
ishing power of rotlcence under difficulties.
Tho appropriation for the army in tho bill
now before congress is upward of $43,000,000,
being eleven millions mor than last year.
Tho radical?, whilst voting for a bill in tho
houso to cut down tho urmy expenditures,
aro putting the estimate of thoso expenditures
millions upon millions higher than it over has
been. That's the way the money goes.
That's tho modo in which our tuxes are to bo
reduced. That's tho fashion in which wo are
to bo relieved from our intolerable burdens.
Tho New York 'Timrs' says that "what is
wanted from congress is a distinct affirmation
of tho Inviolability of tho public debt." Why
is such nr. affirmation wanted from congress?
What would ll be good for if mado? If the
government has given its obligation in tho
shapo of bonds, of what value would bo the
government's announcement that tho obliga
tion is binding? Docs u man over call upon
Ills neighbor to affirm that a noto of hand
signed by him is obligatory?
"Guard, with sacred vigilance, the ballot
box. Tho fourth ward, last yoar, received
credit for conducting ho primary election
with more caution than any other ward in tho
city. Let every judge and clork strictly ad
horo to tho rules laid down, nnd thera will bo
no grounds for discriminating, this year, in
favor of nny ward. Tho rules aro few, plain
and simple, involving only a registering of
iho names, a numbering of tho ballots, tho
exclusion of lllogal vote.g, and a careful count
of tickets at tho close. If there is any growl
ing co-nplaining or dissatisfaction after the
result is proclaimed let the i-auo for It bo
imaginary and not real. An virnnof duo
caro will cull out tho will of tho majority, and
thnt will, howev , unpalatable it may ba to
tho minority, mi' I and .shall prevail.
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A ' 'BRUTAL "IIVSll'ANDPRdllAJiLE
' ' ' SUICIDE.
Wo snw mi announcement, ?a' iltSri Umo
ago, that ft Mrs. Snow, of Metropolis had
loft hor homo while in a tato of mental nb
borntiou ; and thnt hor husband hnd made no
ilbri to (iccuro her return. Sinco that tirao
wo havo received particulars that reflect very
severely upon Mr. Snow, which wo mako
public in tho hopo thai they will bring him
to a realizing sense of his Inhuman conduct.
It appear that Snow, and a few old wo
men in the neighborhood, conceived the idea
that Mm. Snow had gone crazy on tho sub
ject of plritualUui. With aomo of tho old
crones who adjudged hor crazy, tho only
proof of Insanity required was a knowledge
of tho fact that the unfortunate woman enter
tained opinions to which they could not as
sont. On testimony of this nature Mrs. Snow
was tent to tbo lunatic asylum, sometime ago;
but sho soon mado her cscapo and returned
home. After hor return, she attondod to her
household duties, took in sewing, and con
tributed largely to tho support of her family.
Snow, it is said, abused her shamefully, ma
king her homo almost unendurable, his bru
tality finally culminating in blows. All this
sho endured for the sako of her children, until
about three weeks ago, when sho loft home,
and the last seen of her she was sitting on the
bank of tho Ohio, above tho town, casting
pebbles into the water. Two or three days
passed, and to all inquiries concerning his
absent wife, Snow replied: "You never mind,
she'll turn up ; sho'a with some of her cllrmo,
somewhere," (meuningby "cllquo" respectable
citizens to whom hu attribute spiritualistic
views) and manifesting no concern whatever
about her safoty. Finally some of the neigh
bors rnado search, and on the river bunk,
where, sbo had been seen sitting, her handker
chief was found, and hanging to a bush tn tho
edgo of tho water, was ,h light shawl, which
sho had worn upon ber shoulders. Accepting
these discoveries us conclusive proof that the
poor woman had drowned herself, a search
was mado in the river for her body. Tho
heartless husband cztendod no assistance, in
fact, ridiculed tho Idea that she had drowned
hcrsxlf, Insisting that sho was "with her
cliquoand would turn up again, he'd warrant
them." The body hoa not been found; neither
has tho poor, abused, and persecuted woman
'turned up, as the unfeeling husband pro-
dieted sho would. Sho has undoubtedly
sought relief from hit brutality in tho more
kind and friendly waUrs of iho Ohio.
'Tho citizens of Metropolis are said to be
greatly exasperated over the inhuman part,
played by Snow, and talk quite freely of dri
ving him out of thu town. If they fall to de
vise korno plan whereby be may bo made to
feel tho enormity of his conduct, they will
fail in their duty. That's our opinion about
Since tho abolition of slavery, vagrancy,
with its various concomitant or resulting of
fenses, bat been tho great pest of the south.
The bondage of the negro produced n natural
reaction in him as soon as he became free,
and he assorted his freodom by a rcgi'lar vag
abondage, or wandering from place to place.
In the rural districts stealing of all kinds be
came the general rule. Some parts of tho
south became absolutely uninhabitable by
wnlto agriculturists, from tbo impossibility or
keeping twlno, sheep, cattle or horses which
thu negroes killed, or rodo or drove away.
in and about tho villagos and cities, a stato ot
affairs oven worse prevailed, as the great
mortality umoug the negruo show.
If Colfax had Nellie Wude, why don't ho
have hor uncle weighed, also? Jlccauso ho's
A late Arkansas paper says that after so
long a time hiu elapsed, it turns out that
Soymour and Illalr carried the Stato of Ar
kansas by over two hundred.
Tho Springfield correspondent of tho Car
bondalo 'New Era' is ultogothor mistaken in
his supposition (for it Is nothing mure) that
the Cairo 'Bulletin' has been indulging in
"flings" at Senator Munn. That gentleman
mado n very vigorous speech against Fullor's
railroad iniquity, and then votod for it. Wo
referred to this manifestly Inconsistent course
of conduct, but indulged in no comment that
was unwarranted by the text. This, and no
more, is Iho oxtent of our offending.
The Louisville 'Courier Journal' lays
that a committeo of tho Senate struck out
from tho river and harbor bill an appropri
ation of $450,000 for the enlargement of the
Louisville and Fortland canal, but it it taid
that tho Sent.t has determined to restore it.
The committee blindly struck it out at an
act of malice toward Kentucky, but the Sea
ate will restoro it bocauso that not very w(w
body has learned that, although tho canal it
in Kentucky, this state it probably less in
terostod in its enlargement than. any other of
the various Radical states bordering on the
A most distressing tragedy occurred in
Clinton county, Missouri, near tho Buchanan
county line, between two brothers namod
Bvant. Tho younger of tho brothers had
been to church, and on returning found an
old horto had broken into tho oats stacks. lie
was unable without assistance to get tho old
horse out, and called to tho houso for somo
ono to help him. Falling to got any roaponto,
ho wont to tho houso much ozclted, took a
pistol and started back threatening to shoot
tho hore. Tho oldor brother caught up a
! lmlchot and followed on. As he came close to
J his brother, ho raised tho hatohot (as it be
lieved to scare him,) in a striking attitude,
Tho brother with thopitlol turned and fired,
killing him initially.
Hall; Editorial Rooms, Ohio Levee, p.vAerH; Barclay sJDr.ugj Store.
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SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY
THE CAIRO AXD PADOCAII TRADE.
About thrco weeks ago Capt. It. Y. North
ern introduced tho' woll-appoinled Utile
ttoamer, William White, into the Cairo and
Pflducah tradoas a dally packet, relying up
on a discriminating public for support. Ad
dressing tho pcoplo interested the Captain
says that his boat is a permanent flxturo in
tho trade, if sho receives that patronngo that
of right bulo'ngit to a local boat. Every citi
zen of Cairo and Faducah and residents of
point intervening, is interested, or ought to
be, in her success, as sho uflbrds daily market
fucilitles and means for travel of a reliable
character, and at regular and reasonable
rates. Tho cabin lias been nowly furnished,
and all' necessary provision made, allko for
tho comfort of passenger and the carriago of
frolghts. Her officers give the assuranco
that tho charges upon freights and passengers
will be, at all time, reasonable; and that
every cilbrt will bu put forth by them to ac
commodate tho trado in tho moU acceptable
and satisfactory manner.
Without Intending to disparage tho claims
of othor packet, wo urgo upon our citizens to
extend to the Whito a liberal patronage. Sho
is wholly devoted to and dependent upon tho
business of her short trade, and will readily
extend accommodations which, in her absence
from tho trade, would havo to bo dispensed
with. She is largo enough, ilno enough and
swift enough to meet all tho requirements of
the business, and is officered by as clever
gentlemen as can bo found upon tho river.
Wo hopo, therefore, that her claims will not
be overlooked ; that our shipper will con
ccntrato all tho business legitimate to the
trade, upon her; that our people will travel
on her,, and employ all tho means in their
power to assuro her officer and owners that
thoy appreciato thu presence of the sprightly
little Whlto as a daily Cairo and Faducah
Tho agent In this city is Mr. Jd." J. Buck
ley John C. Breckinridge is going to resume
the practice of-law at Lexington, 'Kentucky
with hit former partner, Jas. B. Beck, who
now represents the district in congress.
Item, Foreign and Domestic.
A Milwaukco velocincdist wagon 41,000
that ho can make 40 miles an hour.
Kansas city has a superfluity of young.
men seeking employment.
Servants of favorite actresses jn Paris
mako a good thing by selling tbo boqusts
thrown to tholr mistresses.
TKol census of Iowa will bo taken taken this
vcar. . ..
Maple molasses of this season manufacture.
has already appeared in tho 'lerre nautc
"Velocipede candy," I the newest thine:
out in Boston. The 'Traveler' hopes it is not
worked with tbo feet.
A Boston clergyman is said to havo sur
prised his congregation, on last Sunday, by
giving thsm a stirmon on Christianity, lie
usually makes a political speech.
it it estimated mat a minion oi tranca arc
lost and won at cards every day In Paris.
The cardt alono'cost 8,000f. por night. 4
Tho dobt or Franco is 77,000,000 francs.
The Mount of Olives has become the' prop
erty of tho crown of France.
According to Figaro, thero are more than,
20,000 persons in Paris who never wah them
selves. The htudios of tho eight American artists
in Paris are always crowded on reception
davs. . ,
Last yoar, 1C9 now plays wero brought out
In London theatres, and fifty-nine In tho prov
inces. " ' 'a ' '
Last yoar tho French vineyards yielded
(300,000,000, and gave employment to 8,000,.
000 people. . ..".-
An Australian horse recently ran ton miles
tn twentv-threo minutes und thirty-live soc-
onds, sulu to be tho fastest time on record for
Thoro was a called meeting of tho council
hold last night, for tho transaction of general
businoss. The proceedings, oiuclolly reported,
will bo published on Monday.
A resolution was pawed, ordering tho pay
ment, at par, of all p.nt tluo six nnd ten per
cent, bonds. Bonds of this character, not
presented for payment, by a certain day
named, will couso" drawing interest.
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It is tho purpose of tho radicals, and tho
"floaters" that clement that claims to belong
to no party, but novor acts with democrats
to put a "citizen's ticket" in tho field. Lotus
nominate strong and competont men to-day,
and wo will boat this "citizen's ticket" flvo
hundred votes, , .
Tho full strength of the party should bo
polled to-day. Trivial causes should keep no
democrat away from tho polls, for it is
highly important that tho expression given
through Iho ballot box shall bo that of tho
majority. Tura out. democrats, and roll up
your usual 800.
After our laboring democrats take their
supper thero will bo abundanco of time" to
visit tho polls. Voles will be received up to
It should not be forgotten that Jimmio
Xnglish, of tho Court House saloon, spreads
a free lunch at 9 o'clock to-night, to which
all are invited. After tho labor, suspense
and wear and tour of tho day, It will prove a
most acceptable ropast to tho candidates and
their active strikors.
L. P. Butler loft on tho train this mnrnlnr-
for Springfield, having boeu charged by tho
city council with special business in connec
tion with tho pending caso between tho city
and Fox, Howard & Co.
Messrs. Munn, Popo & Liuegar, availing
themselves of tho legislative recoss, aro again
mingling with their fellow-citizens, appa
rently sound and healthy, except in tho mat
ter of politics. They will return to their la-4
Dors oany next weet.
At tho hour of 2 o'clock this aftornoon tho
polls In tho, different wards weroopenod; and
tho balloting is, at tho hour nt which we
write, going on. The polls will romain open
until 8 o'clock to-night, that laboring mon
may visit them nftor tho closo of their day's
work. Let ho democrat neglect this duty.
Let ft full volo bo polled, and tho decision of
tho majority will bo right I Come out, ono
Md all, and volo for tho candidates in whoffl
honesty and capacity you most Implicitly
For Clrcnlt Judge.
HftTin? been loticltM bj jxtsooi of both political
purlieu to run forllio Judgeship of the Nineteenth Ju
dicial District, at an election to be hold on tho 6th day
of March, A. I. WW, 1 now announco myself as a cn
dldate for that ofncp, od pie dgn myself to the pcoplo
that, if elected, I will dlcli.ir its duties Impartially,
ttid to the lot of my skill aatl ability.
We are authorised to announce the following cltl
zfnaj candidates for Councllmeo, ubject to the de
cision of the democratic primary election i , . .
Second Ward Philander W. Barclay.
Third Ward-Timothy O'Callahan,
Kuurth Ward T.ouls Jorgeuton.
City at Large fieorso D. Williamson,
William Martin: "
We are authorised to announco the following citi
zens a candidate for Aldennt-n, aubject to the decis
ion ofthc democratic primary lection i
Kiml Ward-Kerdltiand Theobold.
riecond Ward Jocph MenM, '
Henderson M. llulen, (to fill vacancy),
Dr. Jnu-ph Hounard.
Third Ward William Lonergan,
William 11. Saudutky,
Oeorge W. Heudricki, (to fill racanty.)
Fourth Ward Janien Kennedy,
To the democracy of the Fourth Ward i
My name having heen freely ued In connection
with a eat in the hoard of Aldermen, from the fourth
ward, I avail niynelf of this method to say that I decline
a candidacy for thnt olllco. Thanklngtny fi-llow-cltl-
lu.nM f.r HiAir nhiiranre nf mtnnort. i k
I am', respectfully, Ac,
WM. McIIALK, '
To the Democratic voter of Cairo:
Tho ungenerous mean resorted to, to Injure me be.
fore the public, by some of the partitani'of my" oppo
nent for the. nomination for Mayor, induces me to with,
draw my name from Vcforn the primary election,' and
from thecanvoat. Wilh assurances of tho highest ap
preciation fur the mauy expressions of good will on the
part ot my frieudu, I am,
Very renpeclfully, JAfl. B. TtKAHPEN. '
(Wro, Illinois, February 10, !. . . i
-, Complying Willi request, verbal and written, of a
large numUr of c lllicu.-i, 1 herhy annouco myself as
a candidal" for mayor for the truuiag official year;
subject, howetc-r, to tlx deelalon or the) o moeratle
party of Cairo, at.tho pr imary election to be. held fiat
urJay, win int. jvnrt n. uiir.iu.r.
Cairo, III., Feb, 2, J$. ,j
For City Attorney.
We areanthorized to announce that L. I. BCTLEK,
Esq ; will be a candidate for re-election to tho office of
vlty Attorney, subject to tlie ciecition or tne ucmocanc
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For City Marahal. j,
""Fellbw""dmocrat of Cairo, Ihereby announce my
self m a candidate ford!) Marsha), sulect tu'yourtlo.
ciion on Saturday next, lltli Inst,
, te JOSEPH AltNOLD.uf
We areanthorized to announce, that JOlt CUiiKAM
will be a randidato for the otnriTsf City Marshal at tho
eosuinccharter election, iubject to tho decision of the
democratic party. te J" -
- We'arr'iaitthnrited to announce MICHAEL, 1IAM
IliUCK as a candidate for the oRlee of City Marahal,
suldeet to the diUlou of the democratic par'y. ,nl
We are authorized to uniiuunce that DAN. MrCAK
THV is a candidate: for the nrhn.ofCity Marshal, ante
jeel'fo the (le-llon'of tho !'iiiicratic parly. te
For City Treasurer.
Mr, Kdxtor i'leaso announco me n a candidate, for
r.-eWtioii tothrtotlli-a of City Treasurer, subject to
Ihoili-oision nf the democratic party at the coming
primary election. (te' WM. T. HEKKWAKT.
Mr. y.Jiicr Plea announce ino a an indejieiident
candidate forth" olhee of City Treatirfr,iubject, how
ever, to the division ot thevoK tt of Cairo.
We tire authorized to announce that JOHN HTI.AND
Macandidatoforthu otlU-oof City Treasurer, aubject
to thodeeisioa of tho democratio party. te
Wo are authorizod to annoum-n J. H. TATl.ORasa
candidato for the ortlce of City Tr wirer, subject tn the
deel!on of tlin democratic party. te
For Police Magistrate.
.Mr. y.dittr Iloao announce me a candidate for Po
lice Magistrate. Security debts and a spell of ilckaen
of two and a half ) cars' duration have left me In need
of tho otrke. It U my chief support, and aa this is tho
lat time 1 Hhall office, I hope my friends will not
forget me. lteJ 11. B1IAN.NE8ST.
Mr, fMor 1'lcaj.o announce me as a eaudldato
for tho oMice of Police Magintrate, subject to the decis
ion of the democratlo party. tl JAMBS HTAN.
For City Clark.
Mr. yjitor Please announce ma a a candidate for
the otacw of City Clerk, subject to the decUIoaof dem
ocrats at the ensuing primary election.
It la well known that I am no bogus democrat. I
am a regular hard-fisted, intittm sad icttrmintJ one.
(You know consistency is' a Jewel those times.) I
make, no hypocritical pretentions. My claims and ca
pabilities aro pretty generally known by a majority of
the citizens, whom I ask to support and elect me. I
have worked for and with democrats, on all occasions,
since I came lb Cairo i my prospecU and Intereatt ar
hero, and, If elected, I hope to be able to perform the
duties of tho oitlce to Ilia satisfaction of all. My resi
dence is on Waohlniton avenuo, next to the Catholic
Church. Respectfully, o.,
te LA WHENCE J. BTKNK.
We ure authorized to announco J, II. IIUMPHKETS
as a candldute for llio ottko of City Clerk at the ensuing
election, subject to tho decision of the democratic
Mr. Miter Plcae nnnouuen me as an independent
candidato for the otlicoof City Clerk at thu ensuing
election. te L. W. IIARDKH.
Mr. VMtor Plcoso announce mo aa a candidato for
tho oflleo of City Clerk, at tho ensuing charter elec
tion, subject, however, to the democratic! party,
tc PATMCK MOCKLEIt,
I hereby announce myself a candidato for tho oftlee
of City Clerk, aubject to tho regulhtioua of the demo
cratic party. teJ JOHNP.HELT.
We are authorized to announce JOUN P. KAUIN as
a candidate for tho olflcoofCity Clerk, subject to tho
decision of tho democrats party, it
JOHN H.. OBERLY&.CO.
rjW. FIltST NATIONAL UANK
DANIEL IIURD, I UOUT. W. M lLLMkV
President. J Vice-President,
C. N. IICOilKH, CoMilcr.
Collections Promptly Attended to
Kxchaitsrr, Coin, Bank Notes nnd Unit est
ZBotxsjeIxIi And Mold.
Interest Allowed on Timo Deposit.
ITY NATIONAL BANK.
W. P. 1IAL.I.IDAY, President
A. B. RAKFOrtD, Cashlcrt
WAXTKIl IIVNLOP, Aaslstaut CasKler.
8. ftTATTSTATLOll, I W. P. HALLWAY,
fCOTT WHITE, ltOllT.H.!CUNNlNOHAH,
OEO.D. WILLIAMSON, STF.PIIEN 11IHD,
A. II. hAFFORD.
Exchange, Coin, and United Stales Uon4
Bonsrht anil Sold.
Deposits Received, and a General Hanking
. . J?uiins Conducted.
KW ARRIVALS; ,NKW ARRIVALS
CHRISTMAS. AM) EV JYKAll'.3 GOOD
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
122 C'ouiiucrclal Avenue,
Inform tho eitizcns of Ciilrn and vtcinilv that he has
on hand nun of the lawM and bent assorted stock of
Dry O'oodrt, Funcj- Goods and Notions,
In Southern initial, whlehlie oilers ut prices that wtU
Wo 111 hell Prints, for l-et brands, at from...8 to 1 VX
Yard wido lllra-lil .Munllu at 12S-3
lli-avv viinl hip Miecllns nt IV
All-wool Flannel at 3ft: '
Whito lllankets per tutir. at S-1 W
Ijirae size nll-tvool double HlmwU at 4
New stvle ladies' Cloaks at S-'l ()nud upwards
fJixxl Liusevsat 9);
r.lCKaiu anil very iieuvy ritiiiit-auiu una hjc
ureil I'ordin. ner rani, from -...., ...Wto
Wlk Poplins nt 7i;
tiood yurd-wile Merino nt 4-X:
A largo sortment of
Dlaek and Colored Alpacas ut 25 cent
And numerous other st)le. of Dren-t Goods corrM
All-linen llandkurehiefs at
All-linen Toweling, per yard, at.
Good Table Linen
Irish Linen, yard wnlo
All-wool Hocks .r. i
Ladles' Merino lloso U-f
Mcrina Undershirts and Draw rrn tft,
Alto, a large aortmrut of
AlccsuaderZstld Olores ... J
Vrcssess Corsets 1
Houstd Combs -
And all other Good correspotulmgly lou.
It Is therefore to the interest of evory person buy last
goods to call at
122 (.'ouinicrelHl Avenue,
Iiefore buying vlsowhere, an money tiavad is ntsae
mTlu'nkful for tho liberal patronage heretofore t
tended to u-, wa hope to reci ivo tho same in future.