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Office, 225 Washington Avenue, Democrat Hall Editorial Rooms, Ohio Levee, over Barclay's Drug Store.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 17, 1869.
JOHN II. OBERLY & CO.
OFFICf.Uj PAPER OF COUSTVAXD CITY
OllA NT REPELS INTERMEDLERS.
Tho leaders of tho radical party tho mon
wlio!clnim that thoy inndo Ornnt prcsdcnt.hav
boon grioviously slighted by thnt dotorxnincd
jipntloinnn, in this, that holius not sought thoi
uta flea as to who shull form his cabinet, nor
lias ho intimated n purpoio to consult them in
tho future Thoy nro tho " wheol horses " of
of tho radical party,, thoy say, and ought to
lie entrusted with tho work of fixing up tho
Nowthoio Individuals nro assuming
themselves entirely too much, when they take
upon themselves tho credit of Grants norni
nation and election. Tho truth Is Grant whs1
not their choice: thoy always distrusted him
nnd nomo of them wont so far us to openly do
nounco him as hostllo to tho principles of tho
radical parly. During it period of months
tho editor of tho New York 'Tribune' depro
cntc J, in the most enrnet terms, any move
ment look nc to the nomination or urnnt. as
likclvtJ result in tho disruption of tho rad
leal party. That paper porodwl boforo tho
public, in ull possiblo shapos, tho Gonerul s
predilection for democratic ground, una uo
nicd, most vehemently, thnt bu was in sympa
thy with tho radical wing of tho republican
party. Hen. Vado, Wendell Phillips nnd
other lights of tho party; wcro hostllo to
(Iran ts nomination up to tho very day of tho
C i Convention. .So, Instead of rocciv
lt!0' tho CMrago nomination ut the hands of
t' urr.cn who nownfTwt tho right to control
his iidministratiun, tho General received in
t itoof them. Tho masses of tho rebtibllcrin"
party who aro not cxtramljts, nominated him
in cr portion to tho well-known wishes of
Uipm! vorv men. Hail trie power noon in
their hand ho would not, to-day, bo tbopn-s
Itlcnt elect 01 tno repumic, nnu a siurnonug
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1 ! !vln the way of nil progressiva, destruc-
That ho refufes to counsel with llinghnm
ftr.J AVado and Sunuior and cxtremits of
that iik, w ncc-pt ns uvldcnce that he will
call nr sin 1 him tho modoratu men of tho
ci .r.try like ..McChjllnn, rilnirtnnu, Trumbull,
I- :i;i,lf n ar.d Farragut, and demean him
self an the president of thejM.'oplo, and not of
tip ml r. rltv that constitute tho radical pnr-
v Tlsaliiuoi that liavu dividud tho two par
tic of tl.'' country for the past six yean, aro
rap! lly living tho arena of politics, and very
few f I'.cn will remain to oxcito contention,
uftcr the now presidont take his seut. Tho
belief now extts that thu polltlcal.princijile
cf tho fut iro will Ik; uch as will grow out of
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now sorely appruhatulro lost, upon those new
ii i !, tie presidont will receive his support
frc:n tho democratic party. Tho commence
ment is auspicious democrats aro buoyant,
fw'.lifj ! i-in oxpectati'Uis; while the rndl
cn'.s arc chup-fallon and look to tho future
With dtitru't nnd tho direst forebodings.
ne ir.v para cam pus.
( t ir ! .( ! ! Irgram.
AlVr a lengthy discussion on Sa'.urday,
t.c Smut" mvd an ntnundiiwnt to tho river
ai. l tiurbvr appropriation bill, appropriating
$il - 0 J t ) c 'inpMu the Louisvlllo and Port
land i iV.:.
Till' llri Inriitliill'of Cclirrrl (Srnnt
'Hint h" will not wako known hl Cabinet
ui t.l !jj nciuiimtrts them respectively to the
Si . i .. t!. 'th pri'xinm Wnreeptod by rnd
J al H nafi ra as fair notlcti that ho will not
listen t') any advice ujkiii tho subject a no
t" ? t' it is i r-t eviii ruceivitl with it concealed
rc.rU by prominatit membern of the party
! t ..t' ; ' 'y-txpressi-d disjintisfactloii, in
tl.nt t'.e oMirse he intends to pursuit is contra
ry ti t'.at puriied by Lincoln and previous
P.-isMei.t', nnd betrays at onco n reflection
cn tho Scnato for its vlrtuul rofmiil to repeal
the c'vil t"nuru-of.oflle act.
Twj oh cti.ns of Tonnoisee, living near
t' - uj i r line of .Smith oounty, became In
ve've 1 in it d'lli.'ulty last week, in which one
t r il A by tho inline of Ward shot and killed
3a' i ( nut-y.
A 1. r'lV'' Khoolinj; and (.tabbing atfrny
ci("'Jrrrd nt Abbeyvillc, .Mi.j., on JlonUny,
betwi -n Jlr Clr.rk, eighty year old, and son,
ci tl.eonj sido, nnd .Mr. Wimburjy, titl two
s i n the I'thcr. PiUds mid knives wcru
us-1 wit'i tcrrihlo otfect. Tho senior Clark
wan fchot in the head before tho parties could
to sc crated, and overy ono engaged was
wuii'lc d. AVimborly, tonior, Is a (on-ln-lnw
cf Clark. Tho cpiurrol was tha reult of nu
tld family foud.
Arrun-i ments nro being mndo in Xush
vlllo to receive Androw Johnson upon his ar
rival thuro. It in thought ho will deliver u
speech on tint occasion, roviowing his admin
istration of tho Government and giving his
opinion of tho present statu of ntlairs.
Wo predict, now, that Androw Johnson
-will bo tho next governor of Tenncsseo.
For somo time, past a number of Cuban
gentlemen havo been in Jacksonville, Fin.
under suspicious circumstances. On tho 7th
inst., they chartered the stcamor Henry Ihir
don, giving out that she was bound for Nas
sau. About tho saiuo tlnio a steamer arrived
from Charleston, laden with conl nnd hauled
alongside tho Henry Burden. Tho work of
emptying the vessel was immediately com.
monecd, nnd continued all night, nftor which
sho wont to boo, having cleared for Nassau,
It is pretty woll known thut tho llurdon hod
n largo quantity of arms, and othor muni
tions of war on board, mid that n largo sum
of money had been oiforod for volunteers to
ship o.i board of her. I'horols no doubt that
the vsiel i- bonmiTUgbji to enlist in
sorvico of thu liismentsSfA
THE BOLTERS CANDIDATE.
Mr. Thomas Wilson is n cnndldato for
mayor In opposition to tho regular nominco
of his party. InipcllcU to bolt by nn irrcslstl
blodeslroto oblaln offico, ho Is now asking tho
suffrages of tho pcoplo on tho issuo of compe
tency nnd merit; and, ns n mnttor of courso,
his record ns n public officer, nnd his claims
to competency, havo thus become rnnttors of
public Importance and aro proper subjects of
public discussion. In discussing these sub
jects, as wo shall do, In tho columns of tho
'Dullctln,' and In public gatherings of tho
citizens, wo shall endeavor to treat the bolt
er's candldnto with courtesy; nnd, at tho sumo
tlrno, cxposo his shortcomings, without fear
and In tho face of whatever intimldntlon ho
and his backers may think proper to resort to.
"Wo know the character of tho opposition wo
shall meet, nnd nro propnrcd to meet It in tho
"What clnlms has Mr. Thomas "Wilson upon
tho people of Cairo 7 "When ho occupied tho
offico of mayor, ho made U it vory lucrntlvo
position ; nnd, in tho faco of public protest,
placed in positions of responsibility unwor
thy men. Extravagance tvas tho rule, nnd
sticklers for economy wcro hooted at. If ol
jections wcro urged ngainst his administra
tion, it cumo from tha citizens who contributo
to the prosperity of tho corporation, and not
from thq dissolute and unworthv. A man of
firm mind, ho listened to no nuvico, nnd
rushod ulong tho path- of hi own counsel,
leading tho city to bankruptcy nnd bad re
puto. UrmncM nlwnys attracts admirers,
and avc, tfith others, wero of those who looked
nt tho outsido of his administration without
dispjeasuro, nnd weru surprise! to find, upon
Investigating its secrets, how reckless nnd de-
jitructlvo It had been.
JWe do not proioo, nt thU time, .to go Into
Humus ; uui, in unoiuer tunc, smtll (rivo incts
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that will surpriso and figures that will ns-
.SPEAKER OF THE NEXT lib USE.
It is snld that .Mr. lilainc. unrated! v t.nrhr
jiftnkeo rrom .Mnmcrwill beiho next spaakor,
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in jmii'u m ouiuii, .nuu, uctiyiucs vicc-iirofi"
dnuU Illalno will so arrange tho tariff' com
mittee and organize tho homo that tha 2ow
Koglaud manufacturers will havo it till their
own way. 1 lio pressure upon tno west for nn
ncreniod subsidy to theio cormorants it is
likely will be greater ,than ever before.
The l'nuommn of Srw VorU.
Tho closing exhibition of Jlullard's groat
masterpiece, tho panornmn of New York, will
taku placu this evening in tho Athcncum.
The two exhibitions voitorday wore attended
by over twelve hundred person., aloiit eight
hundred being prescut nt tho 3 o'clock mati
nee nnd four hundred ut night.
Wo havo hoard only one opinion expressed
n reference to this crowning work of art, and
that Is, that for lldellty to nil thoso details that
go to mnko up the J'mpiro city nt it is, nnd as
it appears in tho phnze of cvury day life, it
a wondr nliko in conception nnd execu
tion Th's estimnte of thu creat work is en-
orsud by nil who nro familiar with tho mar
vels of Gotham, Its poople and its business.
rrom this point tho proprietors of tho pan
orama win go to J.ouuvtlle, hy. io tho
prefS of thnt city wo commend thorn ns deser
ving gentlemen, with whom it is n plensuroto
lo business, nnd to tho public we commend
their grunt painting as wonderfully exact,
lifelike nnd artistic.
The la.it exhibition in this citv will le given
this erening. ,Tho Atheiicum, ns ujwn for
mer occasions, will no doubt bu crowded, nnd
the audience, like nil previous ones, will be
highly entertained, if not delighted. Prico of
hilinUsIon, iidulU 3i cents; children 25 cent;.
XavuI ltc-l'nloii To-iiiiirrnw.
The cclmmitteo of nrrnngemenu nnnouuco
that tli" mooting of nnvnl officers in this citv,
ainod for Thurday tho 16th instant, will be
held in the Atheiieum nt the hour of 10 o'clock,
A...M. Of thoprogmmmo wo havo not been
uly informed. Ilattles will bo fought ovor
gain, no doubt, mid something better thun
sow belly and hnrd tack" furnished for thu
The city clerk publishes the rtxiuired no
tice to-day for mi election fur the six select
courtcllmeu provided for by recent amend
ments to our city charter. Tho election will
be held on the day ilxed for the gonerul char
ter election, and will bu conducted by tho
sum'e judgo mid clerks.
Tho proper gentlemen to vote for In this
behalf, are named in. thu ri'g'uhirly nominated
The ?luiiitainiiit Cmr,
Tho return of tho city council to thu alter
native writ of mandamus In tho case with
Fox, Howard & Co., was filed on Monday
morning in tho office of the clerk of the Su
preme Court. Tho attorneys of F. II. it Co.
demurred to tho return. Pormisiion was
given to tho nttornles, until tho 1st of April
to fflo written arguments; the court announ
cing n purpose to determine thu law iu tho
casu during vacation. All 'the points involved
in tho caso will como up on tho demurrer.
The dourt adjourned on Monday until court
Thcso facts wo learn from Mr. L. P. Jlut
lor, city attorney, who was charged by tho
city with tho tiling of thu return. Ho re
turned from Springfield yesterday evening.
So It sountB, tho caso is on a fair footing for
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ouslilng's negotiations for tho Parion
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hithorto oxpoctod. Tlio Amnrloiut company
wtlliinvo thu riL'htof way mid oxoluslvo con-
trol. Tlio canal must lo complotud in two
yonrs lrom Its cominencomont, find two vonrs
will bo allowed for nruliiniiuirv survovs.
ALDERMEN AND COUNCILMEN.
Th Democratic Nominees!
Tho nominees foraldormon nnd select coun
cilmen,. chosen by tho primary election, on
Saturdny last, aro gentlemen for whom tho
ontiro community ontertnin sentiments of
tho highest respect. Thoy nro honest, con
scientious men, nil of them deeply interested
in tho prosperity of tho city, nnd such nsenn
be rolled upon in nny stntion to which their
follow citizens may assign them.
Mr. F. Theobold, candidate for nldermnn
from tho first ward, nnd Mr. I.anc Wnldcr
enndidnto for tho offico of select councilman
nre old residents of Cniro, property holders,
democrats of tho purest water nnd men whoso
capacity will ps unquestioned.
For tlfo second wnrd Jobn "W. McKeo nnd
Joseph Mendel wero nomli.ntod for the office
of nlderrncn nnd Philander AV. Barclay for n
scat in tho select council. McKeo nnd Men
del aro classnblo among tho old citizens who
havo given municipal matters considorablo
attention, nnd nro in overy wny superior men
for tho positions to which they aspire. Mr.
Barclay is nn intelligent gcntlcinnn, a suc
cessful business mnn nnd will bo n useful
mornber of tho select council.
"William Lonorgmi for tho full term, and
Geo. "W. Hendricks, for tho vacancy, in tho
third wnrd, nro men of strong practical sense,
popular with the people mid enrnetly devoted
to Cairo interests. Mr. Lonergnn grew up
from boyhood in Cairo, nnd is familiar with
tho wants of tho place mid people, and enjoys
a decision of character that peculiarly fits
him for the place to which ho uspires. Hen
dricks is nn intelligent mechanic nnd will
mnkc one of tho most fnilhful nnd competent
nldermen thnt over served tho city.
In this wnrd Mr. Timothv O'Callalum is
tho nominee Wtho select council. He 1ms J
spent n good pnrt of his lifu in Cairo, served
reverni terms in tno city council, nuu s ue
servcdly popular with tho people. Tho in
terests of tha city will bo diligently looked
after by him, nnd in all liiroriklnl conduct,
tho good of the city will bo bis highest uim.
Mr. James Kennedy nnd Joseph Brnnkol,
nominated f6rrt!io office of nldcrnicti from tho
fourth wnrd nro 'hnrd-llsted" mechanics;
blessod with n good storu of practical com
mon scnre, and nr6 "a hdnest ns tho day is
long,' They will prove themselves conscien
tious, hard-working officers, nnd will always
be found on the side of tho people.
.Mr. J.ouis Jorgonson is tlio candidate for
select council from till? ward, nnd a better
selection could not, probably, hnvo been made,
116 Is n gentleman of vnrlecl Information, of
'quick conception, n lino accountant, n heavy
property-holder, nnd in overy way qualified
to fill the position to which he is nominated.
The nomiriociforthecitv-nt-liirge nro dipt.
Goorgo D. "Williamson nnd Mr. William Mar
tin, solid, substantial citizens, woll qualified
for nn intelligent dischnrgo of the duties thnt'
will devolve upon them, thoy nro, bevond nnv
doubt, thu choice of tho democrncy, nnd will
bo elected by nn overwhelming majority.
hucli r.ro tho democratic nominees for nlder
rncn and select councihiien, five Americans,
five Germans nnd three Irishmen. Thev nre
representatives of different callings, nil of
thorn practical men, whose intorusts nro close
ly identified with thoseof tho city, nnd whose
highoit nlm it will be to servo their fellow-
citizens iu such a manner as will most surely
conduce to tho well-being of tho citv, its en
terprises mid its interests. Thev will bu
elected every mnn of them, and when they i
take their tents their constituent may list .
satisfied that municipal affairs nro in snfo .
hands and will be watched and lnnnnged with
nn eye singlu to thu advancement mid glory of
AN I XEVlTAllliE OFFICE-SEEKER.
-Mr. Thomas "WilsOn, the bolters' oaudidnto
for mayor, is n constant office-seeker. In
1803, iu opposition to Con. O'Callalmn, ho
woi elected mayor. Tho noxt year, he man
aged to .-court1 the nomination for tho umo
office from f u tlumocrutie convention. Tho
year alter, he win talked nlnnit again, but tho
nomination wu given to Judge O'Molveiiey.
Last year he ouglit the office again, and was
defeated by tho nomination of Dr. II olden.
Sourod and dtiuppointod, his guvo tho doctor
no support, and left the city on oleetlon day.
Last fall, he managed to soeuru the demoerutie
nomination for mt i.iber of the Stuto Bonrd of
Flqualfzntloii in this district, mid wns oloeted.
This spring ho desired lo obtain tho mayor
nlty uguln; mid, fearful of defeat umong his
own party frionds, withdrew from the coutoet,
to reappear again u the bolter candidate
This time ho will bo spotted by the people as
unworthy public support, mid will bo driven
out oi tnu ueiu ot politics.
J100TU'SREMA INS. j
A dispatch frym Washington under duto cf ,
tho 15th inst., snys : j
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xne remains ot .loiiu VYilKos nootli wero
quietly removed from tho Ar.onal Grounds,,
where thoy woro buried in April, 18Q5, mid
wero delivered to his friends for transmission
to inltiiiioro, w.iuro tliov nro again tn bo rj-
intorreil by his iiiotlior.' Tho 'rrcvsiilunt or- '
noruil tlio roinuliu to bo givon tin on tho up
jillcatioii of lid win Booth anil othoK of tlio
family, llun-ohl, llooth's coinjinnion, was
aisinturrotl yetonlay, mid hi. fiiiioral took
Jiliicii to ilny.
OlilSain Liithnip, tho (down in Koropaujh's
circus, has got thu bond question ro
llnOiHl to U kit lclll'8 II
u 8"1 l t &"-t mid work tillJS-lo in
onlt!1' tlml lllu Iwndholdnri may 'livW-bI
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"V 1 ,u tt"" "ure nt 7:30. J lie weaning
01 "-u , unit it tul.as tlio iitlwr of twnty
niou to suppuri ilvu loudholtlif iuWUnriM.
Tho liiboi'ii.L' nun uu .ft ,,rkli tmtiLmmm. iuMsL.
imv S?u t., ti... i.,ii.,.i . . -r-,
Kor Circuit Jutlgc.
HnTing been solicited by persons of Itotli political
pirtles to run for the Jutlgcittilp of the Nineteenth Ju
dicial District, nt an election to )o held on the Ot (i ilay
of March, A.D.18C9, 1 now nnnouneo mynelf ns a cnn
dldato for that office, and pledge myself to the pcoplo
that, if elected, I will dlfclmrgf Its dutln Impartially
and to tha bent of my skill nnd ability,
For City Trcnurtr,
Cairo, III, Keb. 15,1863.
Mr. Wiior I'lcaso Announce mo m acundfdato for
the office of City Treasurer.
tc WM.M. DAVIDSON.
Mr. Editor I'lenm announce mo Man Independent
candidate for thu ?llleij of City Treasurer, mbject, how
cut, to thu decision ol the voters of Cairo.
te CON. 8WEKNEV.
For City Clerk.
Mr. VMur I'leaio nnnonneo me nn nn Independent
candldnto for the offico of City Clerk at the cniiing
election. to V. ItAltlll.'It,
l'lltdli- notion I. lii-rrlil trlvnn llmt tl..rr.' u-lll ln,
election hclil on Tuesday, the 23d day of February,
ItsOO, for the purpoio of chctinK tlx rnunolltni-n, to
comiKiv) the ruler t council of thociiy of Cairo, under
an act tonmend an not entitled "An act to reduce llio
charter of thu ulty of Cairo, and thu nuUTal twU aniuiiU
ntory thereto ino, on nnd rexlue tho oame, approved
February U, 1S07." fnld act hannK.'bien npprove.l
Pebruary 10, uov, audnNo.on act amendatory llicrcto,
apprrtTi'd February 11,
bald eleot eoiiiicll :Miull bo composed of six num
bers, onn from each ward, ami Ittofrotn the citv at
UrRf, nnd ithall be electod at the noxt 'Keneml elec
tion, at thu mmo time nnd In tho -nine manner in Ii
now prescribed for by the charier and nrdlnntiee for
otherelty officer. JOHN I'. FAOIN, City Clerk.
feblTdtd I....-'- i
To IIoliUi H or pnnt due 0 nml lOjur cent.
Cairo City Hoiiil..
Notlco Isliernby Riven, purruant to a resolution of
tho city council at itx lait ineetliiR, to nil Term held.
Im; lx (C) and ten (10) eroent, intere.t bearing bonds
of Ihijclly of f'uiro. unit which arj)iio iut liw, that
naid bond, toother with tli accntM (ntfreil thereon,
will l paid upon prcentation at my ollinc, and If naid
loads nr not preientcd for imyinent on orK'for tho
50th lnt , Intere.t on the Mmo will be Mopped from
and aTtor thaf lati, W.M. t. li:KKWAUT,
, . .. Tpuaureranil Collofllor ol in citr of Cairo.
II UDltKl) UOhLTvitS HKWAUD
Will Ui pai l for th apprchentlon and conviction of
thn parly whir et on hre. or procured to be jc t on fire,
Inlhoyearlsil, the buiUlng KnoHii a tlio U.ulroaii
House, then situated on tho railroad mrip of land went
of the present freight depot of lh IIIuimh CVniral rail
roI. I'AKFOllll. ilOIllila 4 oandki:,
, .Agents llnrtford I'lro Inaiiraix'o Coinpany.
Calm, February IS, l)09-iISt '
TO NE W YORK CITY I
THROUGH IN TWO HOURS!
NEW YORK CITY
TAKKS TUB Sl'KCTATOIt
Strootsof XowYorfc City,
l AITIirCLLV SHOWING tiii:
Business, Bustlo & Confusion
HE HAS A VIEW 01' MO IlC THAN
700 Horses ami Carriages,
AMI VI'WAIIDJ OS"
10,000 01' ITS PEOPLE,
1 Miles of SSiiiiiiiiii; & Steamers
JUottscions, ili!ttnr Coiitjimutf,
Bands of Music, Shipping, Stcaaboata &o
AtearliKxhihlti-mnnKvpl.mat.in Lecture will
boylvt", giviuh'uiucii aliiabiel.iiilud()'upf
XMY ()U!i A.VD ITS 1'EOl'I.E,
of crrat imortanru to a stranger, nnd'of general
and Instructive luforinallon to KVKKYJUJlJV.
Tho followinc buildings liavo boon placed
on tlio l'anoramu tlio last roar, nt tho
cxjiunso of $5,000.
Tho Cryatnl Tnlitcc on I'lrc,
Stou'itrtN Mnrhlu l'liliieo,
Tlio .llotroiiolitnu Holt'T,
The St. Nicholas UotuJ,
Taylor Suloon.V Intornatloiiiil Hotel",
Tho Interior of Taylor' Knloon,
Thu rivo Points House of Industry.
Illinium's American .Mubcum.
Doors open nn hour before the Panorama moTM.
WILL BE EXIIIBIIED AT THIS PUCK,
IK TUB v
A T II E 3XT E TJ HJX.
Ioiulii y, Tiuadny and AViiliicsilii V Hvcn-
liiK'i t' clii uury 15, 111 unit J 7,
mill IVciliU'ktliiy, coiiuuenclng
ut l o'i'luoK, p.m.
i AUMlION 35ccnl.
AOll KVKKYTHINCr IN
X'.TOCS DEOOIC- XsXX-H'Mi
. WtlM W i
.Nj. 100 OoHUMKUk AViKUS.
HE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL HL'lt I), llOIJT. XV. MlMiHR
Irelilent. J Vice-President.
C. .. ncoillCS, Cashier.
Collections Promptly Attended to.
Exchange, Coin, Itnuk olc mitl Uultttl
33ouif!?lxti .aa.cl Sold.
Interest Allowed on Tlnio Deposits.
("11TY NATIONAL HANK.
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IV. I. IIAM.I11AV, l'reklilcnti
A. II. RAPKOHll. Cn.lileri
WALTUll ltV.SI.Ot, Axiintnut. Cashier.
H. f-TATTHTATLOIt, I W.I'.HAI.I.IDAV,
SCOTT WillTi:. ItOIIT. ILTUNMNOHAM,
Oi:o.I. Wli,l.lAMt, MTr.riiiw mill;,
1 , ,A. II. rJAKKOllH.
Kxeiinnire, Coin, and United States llouil
Ilottght unit Sold.
DtjibsUn Reejral, nnd u 'General Jtonkiiry
iJiiaiirj.i Conducted " ' " J
jr:w AituivAL.si ni: akjuvals
ciim.sT.n.i.s AND.vnv YK.ut's tioons
122 C'onuiu'i'fltil Avenue,
Inform tlio (dtir.ent itiUrn ami Ivl.'lnilv lint h hi.
on Imnd oniMif th, lurKii.indlKta'iirli'lstol:of
Dry d'ooils, F.nicr (iooils nnd Xotlons,
In Southern lllinoi", which lu'oller.ut priuot that will
rooii jiinscynat - "
I Klei;:uit and vry htiivr ehntiuiHbl and Die-
. iiri I'upliiii., per yard, from 5t0l
Pilk I'oplmi ut , 7i
Good yurd-uido Merino at ti
A Inrs" nortinent of
lliai'k and Colored Alpacas at 2o rent
And numerous uthentvhvi of Itnun finoil.i rorrt
pondiniily lo". ' "
All-linen llnndlcerehief-i at 10)
All-linou Tiiwellnir. ner vnnl. ut l J'ittf
(iiKid Tublo l.lnen 4)
Irixh liiiien, yard u-ldo i 40i
All-uool SnekH t)i
IiiiiF' Mitiiiii llo-y 19)
Morinn IJudershlrlmund Iiruuerii M
Also, ii I.uo iwortmi'iit of
EMRROl DERI ES,
Ali'xiimlcr ICIil (Hove. $1 73
I' lrmui uiu'ki'Im I im
11 (i il ml CoiiiIi. , 10c,
And all other' GoihIh ctvqw)linyly tow.
It ii I lion, fore to tin, Interest of crerr lR-oil burin.
, HiiihU tooiillat
122 Coiiniioi'ttinI Avenue,
Itat'orii Inn In l- ilMukw. as imniuy m. u mnui.
TttnuHnu rortnoinwi iaiioiuie norotofuro ei
tcindwt tu us, w wp)o rcoivs)tS saihh Iu ftilur.
Wc will cell Prints f.wbt brand, nt from. ..8 to
Vurdwide lUnii'hiHl Mn.lin lit I'JJc
Heavy yard wulo T'ht'utin at . lVi
All-uoul Kl.uinel at -
Wlilto Illankel (H-riiuir, nt...,..,.... 3 20
IrKiisiiAall-wikililoiibln SIi.imIh nt .' t '
New l) l ludu".' Cloiiksui tSlio.tnd npwardK