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WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 17, 1869.
JOHN II. OMRLY & V
OJTimr, PAPER OK COU.NTVAXD CITV
a It A XT HHP ELS 1 XTEIIM EDLE11S.
Tim lender a of tho radical party tho mon
wliojclnhn that tliujr madu Grant tirc.idcnt.havo
been grtovioimy slighted by that determined
Kcntloman, in this, that ho has not sought their
julvicc ns to wlio shall form Ills cabinet, nor
lias he intimated u purpoio to consult them in
tho future. Thoy aro tho " wheel horses " of
of tho radical party, thoy sny, and ought to
be entrusted with tho work of fixing up tho
Nowthoic individuals nro nilutning to
themsolves entirely too much, when thoy talco
upon themselves tho credit of Grant s norni
nation and election. Tho truth is Grant was
11. t their rhoice; they always distrusted him,
mid somo of them wont so far as to openly do
nounco him as lioitUu to tho principles of tho
radical party. During n period of months
tho editor of tho Now York 'Tribune' depre
cate J, in tho most carnc't terms, any move
merit lotk'nt: to tlio nomination of Oram, as
llkclv t j result In tho disruption of tho rad
leal party. That paper paraded boforo tho
public, In ull pinslblu shapes, tho General s
predilection for donioeratlc ground, anu clo
uted, nio.'t vehemently, that ho was In sympa
thy with tho radical wing of tho republican
party. Hen. AVndf, Wendell Phillips and
other lights of tho party; weru hoitllo to
Ciran Is nomination up to the very day of tho
(' il nn Convention. So, instead of rcceiv-
Irg the CMrago nomination at the hands of
tlo i.aii who niiwafleot tho right to control
hit administration, tho Gonoral received in
srttuuf them. Tho inajies of the rebubllcrin'
party who are not extromisti, nominated him
in crpciitUm to tho well-known wishes of
thcu very men. Had the power boon in
their hand ho would not, to-day, bo tho pres
ident elect or the 'republic, Mnd' a' sturnbllng
1 ' 111 the way of all progressive, deitruc
That ho refui.es to coiimM with Ilinghatn
nr.J AVado and Sumner and oxtromits of
that Ilk, wo accept as uvldoncc that he will
call ar un 1 him the tnmlorato men of tho
f jntry like .McQleUan, Shuruinu, Trumbull,
Kc '. . If n and Fitrragut, and demean him
self as the president of the people, anil not of
tli- mil. rlty that constitute the radical par-
Th-vluuej that 'javo divided tho two par
t!cs of tl.M country for the past six years, nro
rnr.Mly leaving the arena of politics, and very
fev, f t'ic n will remain to excito contention,
afar the new preiident takes his seat. Tho
K'..if now cxiiU that tho politleal.prineiple
if U.- fuUru will m auch a will grow out of
Gnu t iliiuiinitiur ; and the radicals aro
new tardy approlnKuiro lost, upon those new
I: , tV president will receive his Mipport
frc:ji tho democratic party. The comniunce
iiitnt is auspicious democrat aro buoyant,
f..'l t T 1 1- i inif uxpecUtions; while the radi
cn"s nro thap-fallott and look to thn future
With distrust nnd thu dirosl foreboding.
XE ICS' PAR AQUA PUS.
( . it Uli t l( inrain.
After a lengthy discuuirfn on Saturday,
I c nut piumd an ninundiimnt to tho river
a:. 1 tiurbtr appropriation bill, appropriating
$ ir. 0 1 to cmipMn the Loulsvlllo and Port
Ian 1 1. ir.nl.
Tin- ) Inriillon'or Urm-rr 1 Kraut
Tli.it h will not make known hU Cabinet
ut t.l ! iioii.inatM them ropoctlvely to the
1st . 1 i tl. "th proximo iiaioeptod by rad
ial nf'-rs as fair notice that ho will not
listen to any advice ujkui tho subject a no
t -1' is i t even recolved with a concealed
re jret by prominent member of the party
1 t v..", i j.i !ily-exjir;.xl dUsutUfautioii, in
tint the c ir.e he intends to pursue is contra
ry 1 1 1' at pnriicd by Lincoln and previous
P"t 1c ut", and. betray at onoo n reflection
cn the .sinate for its virtual refusal to rspeal
tho 'vil tnure-of-oftlee act.
Tv ) fid citixons of Tonnae, living near
V - till r line of Smith onuntr, beuatue In
vc'vt 1 n dithVulty last week, In which one
r t' .i by th" name of Ward shotund killed
."la '5 ('..lnaNoy.
A !. r-i' V shooting and tabbing ntlrny
occirred tit Abbevvllle, .MNi, on 3lontlnv,
bctwi'-n Mr. Clark, eighty years old, and son,
cr. the ono side, aiuOli". Wimburjy, with two
S".s, ii the other. PUUdi and knlvui wcro
Uf-1 wit'i terrible ellVet. Tho kcnior Clark
wu' (.hot in tho head boforo the parties could
"be scj ii rated, uiid uvery ono engaged was
woun li d. AVimborly, fconlor, is n (.on-In-Inw
cfCh"k Tho quarrel was tho result of an
tild fiimlly feud.
Ar'aii-nonts are being made in Xash
villo to reeoivo Androw Johnson upon his ar
rival thoro. It i thought ho will deliver a
speech on the occasion, ruviowlng his admin
istration of tho Government and giving hU
opinion of tho present statu of att'airs,
"Wo predict, now, that Androw Johnon
will bo tho next govurnorof Tennessee.
For somo time past a numbor of Cuban
gentlemen have beou In Jacksonville, Pla.
under suspicion circumstances. On tho "th
Inst., they chartered thu stoamor Henry Bur
den, giving out that she was bound for Nas
sau. About tho sumo tlmo a 6toaiuer arrived
li-om Charleston, laden with eonl and hauled
alongside tho Ilonry Bunion. Tho work of
emptying tho vessel was immodiatoly com.
monecd, and continued ull night, after which
sho wont to sen, having cleared for Nassau.
It is pretty well known that tho llurdon had
n lni'K0 quantity of arms, and othor muni
tioni of war on board, and that a largo sum
of i loucy htid beon oirorod for volunteers to
ship o i boar! of hor. ,Thorois no doubt that
thy . i HiitdJba to enlist in tho
service of tho iniiRtk
THE IlOLTElVf CANDIDATE.
Mr. Thomns AVilson is a candldato for
mayor In opposition to tho regular nominco
of his party. Impelled to bolt by an Irrcsisll
blo desiro to obtain ofBco, hu is now asking tho
sufl'rages of tho pcoplo on tho issuo of compe
tency and merit; and, ns n matter of courso,
his record as a public ofilcor, and his claims
to competency, havo thus become matters of
public Importanco and aro proper subjects of
public discussion. In discussing these sub
jects, as wo shall do, In tho columns of tho
'Bulletin, and In public gatherings of tho
citizens, wo shall endoavor to treat the bolt
er's candldato with courtesy; and, at tho samo
tlmo, exposo his shortcomings, without fear
and in tho face of whaUvtr Intimidation ho
and his backers may think proper to roiort to.
"Wo know tho character of tho opposition wo
shall meet, and are proparod to moot it In tho
"What claims has 31 r. Thomas "Wilson upon
tho people of Cairo ? "When ho occupied tho
oflleo of mayor, ho made it uvery lucrntivo
position ; and, in tho fuco of public protest,
placed in positions of responsibility unwor
thy men. KxtrnvaL'ancc was tho rule, and
sticklers for economy wero hooted at. If ob
jections woro urged against his ndministra
tion, it camo from tho citizens who contrlbuto
to tho prosperity of tho corporation, and not
from the dissolute and unworthv. A man of
firm mind, he listened to no advice, and
rushod ulong tho path- of hi own counsel,
leading tho city to bankruptcy and bad re
pute KirmncM always attracts admirer,
ond we, with others, wero of those who looked
nt tho outside of liis administration without
displeasure, nnd wero surprised to find, upon
Investigating itssooroti, how reckless and de
structive it had been.
' XWe do nit proxio, nt tbV time, tO(o (nto
uuui,ii , uui, hi uuuiuur nine, tnau givo :acis
that will surpriio and flgurci that will as
tound. .S7 'AVI h'Ell OF THE X EX T Jl6 USE.
It is said that M r. Blaine, pr6tcctlvo'tarltf
Yankeo from .Maftuf'wllf belhe next spaakcr,
tn place of Golfttx, xpq, becomes vice-presi
dent. Blaino will so arrange the tarllf com
mittee and organ i.'.o the homo that tho New
JCuglund manufacturers will liari) it ull their
own way. 1 lio procure upon tlio west for an
Increased Jiibsidy to thco cdrmorant it is
likely will bo greater than ever before.
Tlir I'minramn of Xetv York.
Thu closing exhibition of Bullard's great
maUt-rpiece, tho panorama of New York, will
taku placa tills evening In the Athcncum.
The two oxhlbltlons yuiterday weru attended
by over twelve hundred person, about eight
.hundred being present ut, tho 3 o'clock mati
nee and four hundred ut night.
"Wo havo heard only ono opinion expressed
Lin reference to this crowning work of art, and
mat is, tiint tor iniuiity to all tlioo Uutulis tliut
go to mitko up tho Kmplro city as it is, and ns
it appears in tho phazes of every day life, it
is a wond.r alike in conception nnd execu
tion. This cstlmato of tho great work is en
dorsed by all who aro familiar with the mar
vels of Gotham, its people and its business.
From this jvoint thu proprietors of tho pan
orama will go to J.ouisv!llo, Ky. To tho
pres of that city wu commend thorn as deser
ving gentleman, with whom it is a pleasure td
du business, and to the public we commend
their great painting as wonderfully oxact,
life-liko and artistic.
Tho last exhibition in this city will be givon
this evening. ,Tho Athuiieuiu, us upon for
mer occasions, will no doubt bo crowded, and
the audience, like ull previous ones, will bo
highly entertained, if not delighted. Price of
adinisiion, adulu 33 cents; children 25 cents.
Xnvul llr-lfnloik To-morrow.
The committee of arrangements announce
that tho meeting of naval oilicur in this city,
uainod for Thurday the 18th instant, will be
hold in thu Athunoum at the hour of 10 o'clock,
A.M. Of tho programme wo havo not boon
dnjy informed. Buttles will bo fought ovor
again, no doubt, and something better than
'low belly and hard tack" furnished for tho
The city clerk publisher the required no
tice to-day for an election for the six select
counoiltuen provided for by recent amend
ments to our city charter. Tho election will
be held on the day fixed for tho gonoral char
tor election, mid will bu conducted by tho
same judgQjS and clerks.
Tho proper gentlemen to vote for in this
bohalf, are named in. thu regularly nominated
Tilt Muiiiluiiiua Cnnr.
Tho return of thu city council to tlio alter
native writ of mandamus in the case with
Fox, Howard & Co., was filed on Monday
morning in thu ollieo of tho elork of the Su
premo Court. Tho attornoys of F. II. & Co,
demurred to tho return. Permission was
given to tho attornies, until the 1st of April
to lllo written arguments; thocoiirtanuoun
cing u purpose to determine thu law in thu
casu during vacation, All tho points involved
in tho caso will como up on tho demurrer.
Tho dourt adjourned on Monday until court
Thosu facts wo learn from Mr. L. P. But
ler, city attorney, who was charged by the
city with tho filing of tho return. Ho re
turnud from Springllold yesterday ovening.
so it seems, tlio caso is on u tair tooling ior
Privato advices from Bogota sav Cnlnb
Cushlng'g negotiations for the Pariun Ship '
Canal promise to be more favorable than ,
hlthorto expected. Tho Aniorioau comiiany
will havo tho right of way and oxelusivo con
trol. Tho canal must bo completed in two'
years from its commencement, and two yonrs
will bo allowed for preliminary survoyn.
ALDERMEN AND COUNCILMEN.
The Democratic Nominees!
Tho nominees fornldormon nnd select coun
cllmen, chosen by tho primary election, on
Saturday last, aro gentlemen for whom tho
cntlro community ontertain sentiments of
the highest respect. Thoy aro honest, con
scientious men, all of them deeply interested
in tho prosperity of tho city, and such oscan
be rolled upon in any station to which their
fellow cltir.ans may assign them.
3Ir. F. Thcobold, candidate for alderman
from tho first ward, and Mr. hnac Wnldcr
candldato for tho otllco of select councilman
arc old residents of Cairo, proporty holdorSj
democrats of tho purest water and men whoso
capacity will pns unquestioned. '
For tlto second ward John "W. Mclvco nnd
Joseph Mendel wero nominated for tho office
of aldermen and Philander "W. Barc lay for a
scat in tho select council. McKoo and 3Icn
del nro classablo among the old citizens who
havo given municipal matters considerable
attention, and nro in every wuy superior men
for tho positions to which they aspire. Mr.
Barclay is an intelligent gentleman, a sue
ccsful business man and will be n useful
momber of tho select council.
"Willinm Lonorgan for tho full torm, and
Geo. "W. Hendricks, for tho vacancy, in tho
third ward, aro men of strong practical sense,
popular with tho peoplo and earnestly devoted
to Cairo interests. Mr. Lonergan grow up
front boyhood in Cairo, nnd Is familiar with
tho wants of tho place and people, and enjoys
a decision of character that peculiarly fits
him for the placo to which ho aspires. Hen
dricks is nn intelligent mechanic and will
make ono of tho iiK'st faithful and competent
nldcrmen that ever served tho city.
'.In this ward Mr. Timothy O Callahan is
tho nominee 'for'th'e select eotiricIL lie bus J
spent n good part of his life in Cairo, served
'fa'vcrnl terms in tliOj city council, nnd Is de
servedly popular with tho people. Tho in
terests of tho city will bo diligently looked
after by him, and in all hir-rjfllclal conduct,
tho good of tho city will bo his highest aim.
Mr. James Kennedy and Joseph Brnnkel,
nominated foVtho office of nldormcii from tlio
fourth ward aro ''hard-fisted" mechanics ;
LIoMcd with a good storu of practical com
mon sense, und nro" '"si honest'us tho day Is
long." Thoy will provo themselves conscien
tious, hard-working officers, nnd will alwuys
be found on the side of tho peoplo.
Mr. Louis Jorgonson Is tho" caridldat9"for
select council from this ward, and a better
selection could not, probably, havo been made,
Ho is a gentleman of varied information, of
quick conception, a lino accountant, a heavy
propcrty-holdor, and In every way qualified
to fill tho position to which he Is nominated.
The nominoes fortho city-at-large nro Cap!.
Goorgo I). "Williamson and Mr. "William Mar
tin, solid, substantial citir.cn, woll qualified
for an intelligent dichargo of tho duties that'
will devolvoupon them, thoy are, bevond any
doubt, tho cholco of tho democracy, nnd will
bo oltcted by nn overwhelming majority.
Such arc tho democratic nominees for nldcr
men and select councllmcn, flvo Americans,
five Germans and three Irihmon. They are
representatives of dillerent callings, nil of
thorn practical men, who.o Interests nro close
ly identified with those of tho city, nnd whose
highest nim it will be to serve tlioir fellow
citi.ens in such u manner as will most surely
conduce to tho well-bring of tho city, its en
terprises and its interests. They will bo
elected every man of them, and when they
take their seats their constituents may rest
satisfied that municipal affairs nro in Hifo
hands and will bo watched and managed with
nn eye single to thu advancement uud glorv of
A X IXE VITA ISLE UFFICE-SEEEEIl.
Mr. Thomas Wil-6n, the bolters' candidate
for mayor, Is n constant oiHce-seuker. In
1 fails, In opposition to Con. 0' Callahan, ho
wm elected mayor. Tho next year, he man
aged to secure the nomination fur tho samo
otlleo from .a . tlomoeratlc convention. Tho
year after, ho was talked about again, but tho
nomination was given to Judge O'Melvuney.
Last year he sought the otllco again,.and was
defeated by the nomination of lir. Holdeii,
Soured and disappointed, h gave tho doctor
no support, nnd left the city on election day. 1
Last fall, hu managed to secure the democratic
nomination for member of the State Board of
Fqualf.atlou In this district, und wns olocted.
This spring ho doslred to obtain tho mayor- J
ally again ; and, fearful of dofcat among hh I
own party friends, withdrew from the contott,
to reappear again us tho bolters' candidate
This tlmu hu will bu spotted by tho people as I
unworthy public support, and will bo driven I
out of tho field of politics. j
A dispatch from AVashlngteii under date cf (
thu 15th Inst., says ;
The remains of John AVilkos Booth wero
qulutly removed from tho Arsenal Grounds, (
where they wero buried in April, 1805, nnd!
weru delivered to his friends for transmission I
to Baltimore, whoro thoy areugain to bo rj- 1
interred by his mother. Tho President or- '
durcd thu remains to bo given up on thu tip-
plication of IMwiii Booth and others of the s
family, llarrolil, Booth's companion, was
(lUlllUl'ietl ysltmluy, and Jus ItUieiul took
place to day.
Old Sum Lathrop, tho clown iiKorojigujjh's
ulroiis, has got thu tond question re
duoed to a science Hu says th (hhijiIo Imvu
gut u get up hi &: -0 and work MUj-su n
order that the bondholders may Ifyl'UW
until 10:10 an. I retire at 7:30. Tho weaning
of tVills Is, that it take the klior uf taty
men to support llvo lioitJMd foU&rji,
Tlut laboring nmn et $& of his esuriHag'-tujii
pays f 20 to tt'o liDiidtu'l ! i ' . r
For Circuit Judge.
IfnTlngbccniolicltrd by persons of both polltlcnt
parties to run for the judgeship of tho'lnoteenth Ju
dicial District, nt an election to bo held on tlio 9th day
of March, A. D. 18C9, 1 nntr nnnounce myself as a can
dldato for that office, anil pledge myself to the peoplo
that, If elected, I will dlrchnrgn Its duties Irupartislly
and to Unbent of my skill and ability.
For City Treasurer.
Cairo, III, Feb. 15, ISO).
Mr. yjtitr Menu announce mo as a candldato for
tho oltleo of City Treasurer.
te WM.M. DAVIDSON.
Mr. Witsr I'lcno announce mo as an Independent
cnndldntu for lh- olllcij of City Treasurer, subject, how
ou r, to the decision ol tho voters of Cairo.
te CON. SWKKNKr.
For City Clerk.
Mr. yjtur I'leaso nnnounco me as an independent
candidate for the otllco of City Clerk at Ihn ensuing
election. to I.. W. IIAIlIllMi.
I'llbltr niltlL'H Is llM-dlV fplvotl llil lli.ri trill I., n.i
election held on Tuesday, the 23d day of robmarr,
Iwo, for tlio purpjnj of eliding six rnutioilinen, to
coui)oo thorle',t couuoil of tho city of Culm, under
un act tonmend mi net entitled "An net to reduco llio
charter of llio olty of Cairo, and thu sot vral act unicnd
ntory thereto Intu one nnd rovlse tho Mine, approrod
Kebru.u-y If, li7." .ald act haVinKtx en apiirove.1
rebruary 10, ltOV, and also au act amendatory thereto,
npproted Kebruary 11, l..
bald select council .?liull bo compocd of six num
bers, ono from I'och anl, ami two from tho olty at
Urge, ntid shall be olectud nt thJ itoxS 'RCnchd elfC
lion, at tho vatno tlmo and In tho "n manner at Is
now precrlhd for by the charter and nrrilnnti''4 for
other city olllcers. JOHN 1. KAOIN, City aerk.
feblidtd ' - 1 rv l ' '
Tn Ilolitem nt past tluv 0 nml 10 per cent.
Cairo Clly Ilouils.
Notico Is hereby given, pursuant to a resolution of
tho city rouni'd at llalat meeting, to nil t.rrn held.
Ing U (B) anil ten (10) eraent. interest hoarinc londs
of th city uf Cairo, nnt whleh nrvno pat diw, th.it
said bomfs, tngOtllArwIth theaef nl6d Intfret thereon,
wdl bn p-tid upen ircenlitionat iny otlliw, nnd If said
(Kinds am not preMiited for.nyineiitna nrlx'fore tho
iwu insi , inierv'i on mo same will i stoiipetl rrotn
and aftor that .Iat-. 'M. T. llllKKWAUT,
Treasurer and Colloclor of the citv of CUro.
Will U paid f r th apprehomlon and conviction of
tho party who-et on fire, or procured to lw set on fire,
in tho year ls61, tho building known n the ltadroad
Ilniise, then sinutod on tho railroad strip if land est
of tho present freight depot of tho Illinois (Vntral ruil
roI. hAFFOHD. AtOnHI t'ANDKi:,
Agents Hartford I'lro lnsiirauro Conipany,
Cairo, February IS, lw-dt '
W EXCURSION J
TO m YORK CITF!
THROUGH IN TWO HOURS
NEW YORK CITY
TAJCia TUB Sl'KCTATOIV
3Porty - Ono MUom
1-AITIlri'l.i.Y JIIOWINO tiii:
Business, Bustlo & Confusion
hi: iiai a view or tonc tiu.v
700 Horses and Carriages,
AND Vr-WAIIDJ or
10,000 OF ITS PEOPLE,
1 Miles of Shipping JtStuumera
JUottssions, HTHilarg oi:tpan!s,
Bands of Music, Shipping, Steaaboata &o
AteaehKxhlhitiiiinn Hxplanat.ir' Lecture will
buglttn, BUliio" uiucli Uialjlo Lu..tlult;upf
XVAY VOHIi AXi) ITS IE01LE,
of great iniixntnnro to a (tratiKcr. nnd'nf general
aid lustruLtlvu lufonnatlua to JA'KIt YlUiUV.
Tho following building liavo been placed
on thu Panorama tlio lust vo.tr, at tbjQ
cx'ono of $5,000.
The Cryxtnl Pnlncc ou I'irc,
SiowurtS Murlilu Pnltitc,
Tho .llotropoUtnii Holcl,
Tho St. Nicholns IlotuJ,
TaylorN Saloon: lntorimlioiiut Ilotcf.
Tho 1 ntcrior of Taylor's Knlnou,
Tho Pivo Points Homo of Industry
Itiiriiuiii'-f Amoricnu .Museum.
Doom open nn hour before Uie Panoram.t movi
' WILL BE EXHIBITED AT TUTS FlACS,
IS til t k
Imiilny, 'I'uesilny anil AVeilnesi'u y Kvcn
liiK'i Kflii uary 1.1, 111 mill 17,
Tiunilny unit 'Weitiiesiluy, cuiinr..-iiulii;
- at .1 o'clock, i.iu.
nOll KVKUYTHJNG IN
TSES BOOH XjXZU jk
Mil. 10(1 UOUUHtKUL A.VCKU.
milE FIltST NATIONAL HANK
DAMEb HCltl), I IIOHT. W. MlT.LB.lt
President. I . Vice-President.
C. ST. lICGllU.N, Cashier.
Colloctlons Promiitly Attended tOs
Kiclmiif;e, Coin, linnk Note and UulUtt
Bought and Sold.
Interest Allowed on Tlmo Deposits.
AV. 1. IIAT.I.IDAV, 1'resldcliti
A. II. SAPKOllII. Cnslilrn
W A Is T 12 It IIVSI.OI', A-lstnnt,Caihler.,
f. SVATTHTATI.OII, I V.I'.II.I.1.1I1,V,
BCUTT Wlll'l i:. tiOllT. IIXUNNINOHAM,
oi:oii. wiMiiAM-oN, htiu'iikS until,
I . ,A.. II. HAKKOUll. t
I.xi'Iintige, Coin, nnd United .States Boiuly
nought unit Sold.
D(out.i A'eftra, nml u -OaicralriJlwitkiiry
niiUnc Conducted " ' 'J "
"JSfW AiHHVAIsSI NK AHP.IVAL3
CJiiti.sniA.s ami xi:w ykaks ;oods
1'2'2 Coiiiiiiorcliil Avc::iie,
informs llio elnrsns uf (Vilro and .vtolnlty Out h hiti
on li.md one of the larKet jiidU.tu.aurnl.'tiH;t of
Dry d'ooiN, Paney (foods mid .Notions,
In Kiythurn liliaoi", uhmli hooller.-i ut pruioi that wilt
Wo will sell Prints firlxt brands nt from
Vard uide IIIwu'IiihI Mii-lin nt
If........ .-...I ..-I.I.. :l..i.. ...... ...
... .... j ' '
aii-hooI riauiiei at ,
Whilo I Hank tin per luir, ut. ,.t
I.ari;isizA iill-Kid iIaiiI.Iu -Ii imU nt...... '4
New Htj l ladies' Cloak at iSI on and upwards
Klv'Uit ami v.r heiivr elianenHK und lilt-
ur.'d Poplins, per yard, frotn
r;.....! ......I... i.i.V'i.V-V.V.V".!I '
V'p ji4-tii'n. .'ii-iinir
A lnro nortlnent of
Dlnt'k and Colored Alpacas at 25 cents
And tttiiiioroii other stytiyi of Inin floods .eorr
All-linen lliiiidlTrhicf-i at
All-linen Timet mil', peryanl, at...
I I...... 1
Irish Linen, vanl wido 40
Ladies' Merino IIo
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And all other (looda coiTpomloiyl low.
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"tTui'jiUIhI forhllfctd atriaifo liaralofaro
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