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THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 25, 1869.
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.
IV I. II III-
ITiqUIi PAl'Klt OF COUNTY AND'ClY
the rimouau a rain trade.
The 7ov Orleans Uiillctin' dlucusslng
attors portalncng to tho through grain
ado vii Cairo and Now Orleans, cautions
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nm Vow Orlenm n T.lvnrnnol. Tho Drill-
pal lonnngu nt New Orleans comes In tho
ttoi season, and will bo charged thU year
Ith tho transportation of seven or eight
mired thousand bales. Cotton is n profcr
d cargo; Tow of tho vessels, aro prepared
ith grain bins, and nono of thorn 'will tako
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bill ' It'll . 1 1 1, j .... J, . .
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Ifi IllOnili Ol -Uliv Mill mu v;utiuu mitwvn
:vo fjono forward. Hy tliat tiino tho ice-
ockudo will havo been raised, und north-
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CJtcrn irnin win commence koiiii; jurwuru
lulto and canal. Tho wurm weather will
ar of (limactic damago to grain will inter-
irt jti4twti ftr f tin imrn mil t n
Toovrromo these adverse circumstances it
ehoc.vus the St. Louis and Now Orleans mer
liar.ti an 1 all others directly concerned to
ur'hnso aline of ocean vosols to run in con-.
i jii with t'i' ir river steamers. This will
lliril IHIll IHlIII'LIlIll 1 1 V HllHMILIIfil unu nLenu
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'eights that will unquestionably build up
no trade. It will insure cloio connections,
niformitv of freichK abundanco of tonnuce.
nd tho provision of cheap facilities for band
ing. At this time, when cotton is conipetiuir
l.l. 11. .1(11, IIIV Wl Ull IIVILII. .11.1.1 .u.. v..-
. i 1 1 i . 1 . r x- y
;ii.r to Liverpool, on wluMitU fourteen poncu
iur bu;hc3, vliilo rucuntly tho same article on
ho famo from New York, cot only
lhtpcn o. Although with tliU dlfl'urence
t'fiiriftt Vi(U Orlmmt tltn tntfil trtAA tt
o - r o
r.l IS"L UtirA ln.iiintlM.1n nf tlin tittimn.-t
lci.. ir. 1 a whlping out of this excess against
Sew Orleans. This will bo iirnnin1thi! bv
he I.i.u fy can Mourners suggested.
'Wo havo proposed,' says tho 'Hullctin,
th it tho elevator companies and merqhants
ntereited in tho grain trndo nd located in
UllJ K.tllii,v ill llilliU. lUt, iUU (VSjlQCUTU 8Ut
icnj.t. niJ to tliM etook bogmdtiated iuKording
k?. -r..,.- I.. 1 1 t t . .r
who Jriiro tho trmlo. AVe had much rather
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is i if ii c r i iiiimiirMii vn ininriiiTi ni run riiifiiiii
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ag, t'r.n -co her suwrilO to oitherof tho
ovcral entcrprhiM which sho U solicited to
suppcrt. If tho river craft will make rntes
with l : h u lino of grain propellers to last at
Icsft one or more months j if they will con
sign to and pro rata with each other, so as to
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nikuu inn vojar uui unu m coniinuoui, nnu
nt uniform rates, there nan be no doubt but
thn. a safe bnsineM run be done next winter,
which may extend into tho nunimcr.
"Wo will even venture to alllrm that If
theso interciN will rneot and guarantee a
weekly grain frulght of oven twenty thousand
bushels, thoy will find contractors to put on
tho steam tonnage necessary to carry It to
Liverpool, and that at rates which will bo
both regular and reasonable. Theso inqui
ries an 1 experiments nhould be made. If
they shall fail of sueees, we thus may at Icait
abandon the enterprise and profit sornewhnt
by u diiin.nttratud dhability to conduct it.
We have not the most distant apprehension
of d!suppointmcnt. Nothing will be necessa
ry to a proper understanding and co-operation
between tho enterprising morchants of New
Orleans, Ht, Loul, Cairo and Chicago but to
din together onco or twice and the matter
will bo consummated. "
Tilt Miirderrr nt Dr. Iluriltll
Tho Now York 'World' publishes the
details of a confo.ion said to have been mudo
by Charles .leil'urds to a detective, proving
that ho (Jellurdsj was the actual murderor of
Dr. Uurdell in 18.17. Jell'urds was couvictod
of tho murder of "Walton and Matthews In
18C0, but tho sentence of death was never
carried into uxecutlon. JcfTvrds was himself
killed in .Sing Sing a few months since by
fellow convict, now awaiting trial for murder.
Tho confession was made several years sinco
and is now for tho flrt tiino given to the
Chicago Justice is a wondurful thing. A
citizen of that "burg" n few days ago de
manded satisfaction of tho family doctor,
who had insulted his wife, whereupon the
medical man struck him several timus with a
slung-shot, and nearly broko his head. Tho
mcdlcusgot oiy wifh a flno of $10, while the
outraged citizen was assessed $5 for pro?
Yoking an assault.
It takes u variety of people to constitute a
prosperous city out west. Tho city, of Chey
enne has four hotels; eight lawyers, seven
physicians, threo dnl)y,papori, .ono churcb,.
sixty-niuo stores, flfty gambling hells, and
population of 0,000, of whom, it is said, 600
ro abandoned women. The fellows that
abandoned these women are probably furtner
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In u rucont spuooh inxungress, Gen. Butler
denounced geld and silvor money as a "relic
of barbarism," "tho badge of servitude," "the
instrument of tyraimyj" &c! And yet','!n
good old deiuocratio times, the people used to
carry these dangerous enomics in (heir trous
ers pockots, and' wo dari say many of them
would like to bo permitted to do it inore.
Whoru tho buffaloes havo lived, liords of
cattlQ (nnumorablo can bo grazed. Whoro
tho antelopo has sported, - Hooks of shoop bo-
jond counting can be fedi llenco, on the
plains east of "tho ltocky ilountains. and in
tho valley of tho l'latto, thero will 60on be
beef, mutton und Wool-gathering tq supply
bait tno worm, no mucn lor u quick open
log of tho wildornoss.
I'lillwlclplila Corrcpoiictrnco Krcnlnn llnlletln.)
i' 1 ' PhiUiielph'fa, February 18W.
Dear JiitlU(in:'Vo witnessed onjo of those
feats a fo'w days since, that show tho heroism
of some men in tho middle walks of life whoso
assumption of ho heroic, is lookod upon with
zealous eyes Ty tho kid-gloved, lack-n-daisical,
graceless yotilh of this generation, A horse
ran nwaywith nirigon, throwing' ono of tho
occupants out, tho other falling between tho
front of tho vchiclo and tho axle, whero ho
held on with a tenacity wonderful to behold
knowing that to lose his bold wan certain
death. Tho horse had ran at' least threo hun
dred yards with tho man in this predicament,
when out pf tbpso gallant men,; who, in too
many instances, aro lost sight of, ran at u
raco-horso' speed, lea'pcM into tho wagon from
the rear, thenco to tho back of tho liorio, and
seizing tho reins, checlcod him, thus caving a
fellow-crcaturo's life. He is a tnoehanic, and
his name is "William Chandler. It was wit
nessed by hundreds; yet, no attention is paid
to it. Ilad he been ofco of those favorites of
fortune, tho press of the "Quaker City'1 would
havo rung with his "namo. If tho soldier who
acts gallantly upon tho battle-Held, is reward
ed with a medal, so much greater should bo
the award to the gallantry of tho humanita
rian, who, without tho excitements of war,
can risk life and limb In saving his fellow
croat'.iru from a fearful death.
A XBW I'ATK.VT
it being introduced into tho locomotion de
partment of Philadelphia street cars. It acts
like clock; the machine is wound upon
leaving u station, and runs the round trip.
Tho car can be checked Instantaneously. It
will supercede dummy engines and horse
power. "We have the steam man hero also,
on exhibition, but ns to his utility it seems to
bo a question of doubt, as while men In their
gregariousncss will risk being blown up in
company, they uro averso to annihilation a la
foliiare. The steam man won't win ; but the
velocipede ! ah, if tho readers of the 'Bulletin'
could realizo what they aro coming to four
wheeled, three wheoled and one ditto fat
men, lean, tall and short individuals all rid
ing velocipedes on tho street, in rooms, on
the roads, and in the icay. It is velocipedo on
the brain, and to those who aro not experts,
thoy aro frequently on their ltfgi, and other
objectlvo points of tho novice. If Alexundor
was proud when he bestrodo liuccphalous,
what were his feelings compared to the exu
berance of joy that thrills the heart of the vo-
locipedist, as ho accomplishes the feat of mov
ing otr and preserving his balance. Tho be
striding l'cgassus and mounting Parnassus are
but circumstances. Tho "Have wo a Bour
bon among us?" is new obsolete. "Have wc
r. velocipede?'' "We have, mi boy! As yet,
we havo not gone in, fearful wo might turn
some wrong handle and fly away as the horse
of Aladdin; or, as the Yankee who invented
a machine for "North Carolina fish bait one
way the bones went in tho plate, fish In his
mouth; but an uninitiated youth turned the
crank, and you can Imagine the consequences;
ho has been used for a hat-rack ever since.
Velocipedo is a good thing.
Hut not for Jo 1 oh, not not
With the trloclpoJe will ho go.
Tho readers of the 'Bulletin' remembor the
lines, "Hell broke loose in Georgia." In a
moral point of view, tho lino will apply to
this metropolis, for of ull the demoralized so
cial institutions that of tho Quaker City ranks
"No. 2 ", (one). Take a atroll of a pleasant
evening on Eighth or Chestnut stroets. Be
foro promenading ono square, you are accost
ed by falsq teeth, hair, pads, and etc., in tbo
nemblanco of vromankind. "Good oveuing.1
"Good evening, Miss." "Whero aro you go
ing?" "I am going homo, Jliss. ' "Whut
so early, 8 o'clock 1 "Why, I don't roost 'till
1 n.m. ' "Ah I but Miss, you havo a bettor
constitution than ye pedestrian. The most
dangerous element in this Votuitian court is
that composed of little girls whoso ages range
from twelve to sixteen years, who aro found
in courts where there uro lawyers' and other
otllces, und with the apparent air of school
girl innocence, carry the will of un Aspurla.
Every dovico is used. A cuto trick umong
tho old 'tins is to ttart oil' nt n rapid pace at
tho time of, the uvening when the shop girls
aro going home, and with a bundlo of books,
us if from tho shop or circulating library. In
tho meanwhile furtive glances aro cast ut each
pusser by of tho gtnu homo. '
Tho following of to-day's chronicles is an
other onu of the specimens of what a pattern
of morality wo havo in this city of morals:
Tho devil seems to have a particular liking
for St. Paul's Methodist Church h mutter all
the more queor when wo remembor that u
L . .1 T..l. A.
purer or mora enrnuji jiasior tunii jsuuiur i
wood never yet undertook: to' rhartdge a turbu
lent and impulsive peoplo. There is one thing
that ho micht do ; he might toll som'u of tho
tirnthrnn not to shake hands with and hua tho
'fomalo Tisitors so pftcn; for. most of them
don't iiKo it nono so oponiy, wo khow mat
"to tho pure all things aro pure," bdt.somq of
the sanctified roosters at fit. Pauls aro about
us near to what our Lord called whited sepub
chres as anything wo can namo.
uuo oi mo vius-ivimuo i .ui. iui i
but drives a cood business and has the stamps.
Ho is unctious in exhortation, and makes
bettor headway with the sistors, by pure au
dacity, when bettor looking men would only
bring up in failure. In his class was a sister
who hatl,not,benilongiIn tho ring before' dur
saintly brother became more inteossted in her
salvation than in that of any othV lamb in
his flock. Tlio sister was understood to bo
single, supporting herself by somo legltimao
womanly, occupation,' 8ji hadn't been long
in Urothor- ', class, wheu-sho began to
trot around in now haruoss. and blossom out
in new bonnets. The othor sisters theughf
lull r'lincr queer, whiiq tne
nh,,t ...h.nlv..i a damaged door knocker."Mrtre8 numbers from the surrounding country.
bio supposed her to have inherited a legacy
from sojne dix'.o,'Uci aunt, tho shrowdor ones
rushed to tho conolusion that "sho wasn't
nny bettor than sho should be." Tho next
SJunduy.thp lister appeared in an elaborato
poplin urcssobend anil all complete. As tho
garment, including tlio making und trim
ming, could not havo cost Iocs than fifty dol
lars, thero was a sensation among tho envious
spinsteni and a rustle among tho antiquated
Tnbblcsin plainer toggerv.
About this timb Brottier 's lltllo boy
found u note in his father's pocket, the hand
writing of tho sister, In which che thanked
him for that "lovely dress pattern," but want
ed $2j tb buy tho trimming und pay for ma
king. Brother was not nt homo nt tho
timo. The women folks not hold of tho letter,
asW the fat was In tho Urol .Soino of the
brnhers mndo it their business to wait upon
Brother and remonstrate with him upon
the'susplclous direction in which bis liberal
ity was going. Ho flured,up instantly, ladlg
nnnt' nt their intermeddling. "Tho sister" ho
said, "was an Innocent lamb, and ho had n
perfect right to do as ho pleased with money
that was honestly his own." This reply was
duly reported. Tho women folks did nt swal
low it. 'm tho contrary, thoy sot to hunting
up tho pedigree and previous history of tho
fair slstor. Thoy soon accomplished thit task.
Thoy found that tho sister, so far us being tho
pretended pullet, that sho hud enjoyed some of
tho experiences of nn ancient hen. Sho had at
least two husband", ono of whom Is not yet
"run into tho ground."
Doctor Atwood now felt bound to Interpose.
He had an interview with tho parties. Tho
result was that Brother was white
washed, and that tho sistor withdrew from
the church. She now resides in n ladies'
loarding house in tho upper part of sho city.
From whom sho now gets drosses is none of
our business. "Wo i.ro reformer, only of
abuses in the religious world.' It hu t un
likely that our local reporter may tako it in
to his head to follow up the threads of what
certainly constitute u romance of the Moth
od In Church cliuwoom.
Youthful Cairoites who visit tho city of
"brotherly lovo," put tho following verse in
your hat and ponder over It: "For the lips
of a strango woman drop ns an boncy-comb,
and hor mouth is smoother thnn oil; but her
end is bitter as wormwood; sharp as n two
edged sword. Her feet go down to death, her
steps tako hold on hell."
If a man wants a free ticket for, Jioll, let him
get u letter from that King Ut, old Brownlow,
to his sutunic "parient,' ami then, with lewd
associates, ho will find himself on tho light
ning express. Gambling, drinking and s wear
ing aro but minor vices compared to cyprianic
indulgences. Yet wc don't blamo thorn. Ne
cessities, that are known ulono to tho poor
and friendless; (and poverty is acrlmo) inno
cence beguiled by pampored and vicious In
telligence Alas I poor womun t "Lot him
that is without sin cast tho first stone." "Wo
pity rather than condemn them, and curbed bo
tho wretch who would maltreat them. Lost
night, within a stone's throw of our lodgings,
a bruto knocked two girls down ono fulling
Into a cellar, nearly killing hor. Ho mndo
his escape; and yet, I havo nodoubtthissamo
chap would cry over tho condition of tho for
mer bondage of tho happy southern servant
now outcast frccdmcn.
, Tho theaters are in full blast. Barney
Williams, tho inimitable, and his charming
wife, ure nt tho "Wulnut, and Sue Gallon is
nt tho Chestnut. She is certainly as sweet a
birdling ns over trilled a note, und if sho goes
to Cairo will wako tho 'Bulletin' up. Mr.
Mitchcl lectures on tho 17th Just. "Where
all tho money comes from, that nightly tlow's
into the places of amusement is beyond our
is dull, the mild weather nfl'ecting sales of
,hcuvy goods, and after this timo people will
equeezo through till spring, rather than pur
chase heavy articles. There was ono fniluro
lust week half million dry-goods houso.
In politic,, it is a rough and tumblo fight
amtmg the local factions, for spoils gcnoral
politics being quito in sympathy, wo presume,
with tho reticence of tho president elect. All
can't bo elected and wo soo many who will bo
in tho voeativc reminding us of u "little
rough ami tumble" of ono certain Col. .Tno.
Oberly, in days of ''atild Jang syne." It was
u lively day on the cornor of Madison street
with the alley in Memphis, most of tho crowd
of shooting stickists having dhyuhtd thorn
selves in liquor honco proving an nlili alley
by.) Ono of tho most en tluuin.it ic. proposed
to knock John into tho place printers throw
their broken typo, and commenced demon
strating. John shucked, rushed out and hung
his coat upon the hub of a cotton wagon
passing, and tho deck, was cleared for action,
when an outsider suggested to John bis coat
was moving; and, ou changing front to roar,
"the coat aforoald was somo hundreds of yar(U
down the street. This so astonished tho gal
lant Colonel who had but a moment before
joon It pendant from tho hub of tbo wagon,
riot. realizing the vobiclo was in motion that
he was unequal 'to' the' 6'cc'aiior, closed tho
fight, senfa devil for tho garment and stood
treats 7oui are you,- John t
, Tho Now Albahy 'Lcdgor" correspondent do
cHbcs tho explosion of tho holier of a porta
ble mill at Wicklitro: "The earth snook for
miles around, causing the people to collect In
t Thero wore soyeu persons employed abou,t tbo
mm, out oniy one luu engineer was Killed.
He was tor ribly mangled. His namo was John
Hagcn, and ho was ono of tho ownors. How
tho rest escaped, Js a mystory, as there Was
not particle of the boiler left on tho spot
whero the oxplosion took place, tho air being
filled wjth the fragments."
A bed of tliu purost chalk has'becn discov
ered near Omaha, net more than forty feot
from tho Missouri river. Sam Dies Lava hn&n
received at at. Xiouis,
Collated froinniir latest (cjfgrams. f
in vision or irxm.
Texas embraces sufliciont territory within
her limits or u dozen States liko "Vermont and
Now Hampshiro, yot tlio people thereof object
to its division Into two parts, that two States
may be established therefrdm. Genernl Reyn
olds urged upon the attention of tho recon
struction committee, the want of tho nccossity
for such a division, tho expense attending it,
tho sparjentrts Of tilo population, etc! As how-I
aver tho question of dlvison is a pot mcasuro
with tho radicals, it is altogether probablo that
tho wishes of the peoplowlll not bo consult
Tho low tax on whisky is proving a decided.
success so said, nt least. It is estimated by
ofilccrs of tho ruvontio department that up
wards of of forty millions of dollars will bo
derived from that source during tho fiscal
year, exclusive of tho amount paid in on ac
count of whisky in bond.
IlaillrnlM Need Apply.
It is stated that the written applications
for appointments under ths next administra
tion, aro coming in to the headquarters of tho
army by tho bushel. Tho president elect
docMi't deign oven u look at them. "Crooll,
A Clncluiintlnii In Van Ulrinmi'it I.aml.
Tho former city civil engineer of Cincin
nati, "W.G. Halplnl is now confined in Van
Dioman s Lund, and kept nt hard work wheel
ing stonoin a hand cart. Hlscrimacousistedln
having addressed a meeting of his fellow
countrymen In tho Fifth street mnrkct spade,
of Cincinnati somo two years since, in which
he denounced tho English policy In Ireland.
Visiting Ireland, shortly afterward, ho was
arrested, tho speech produced ugnlnst him,
and conviction followed. That tho many
friends of Mr. Halpin will remain quiet, now
that tho outrage upon his pcrsonnl rights has
become known, Is not to bo supposed for a
The fight between tlio two bruisers, Allon
and Gnlligher, catne otr on Carroll Island,
fourteen miles below St. Louis on Tuesday.
First blood for Gallagher; first knock down
for Allen. In tho second round Alkm at
tempted to make a feint and received a terri
ble blow on the Juglur vein which knocked
him stiflf and seiueless and ended tho fight.
Timo, three minutes. Galllgher announced
a desire, over Allen's prostrnto body, to fight
any man In tho United States.
niirrmaii Can't lie Vaed.
General Sherman declares his purpose not
to recommend any man for any civil office,
under the incoming administration ; neither
will ho solicit an offlce at tho bands of Gen
eral Grant for any one. In this regard his
friends cannot use him; but merit will ul
ways bo indorsed by him for military prefer
ment. Equestrian Stntur of (Irani.
The friends of Gen. Grant propoio to erect
nn oqucstrinn statue of him In tho Southern
portico of tho treasury dopartmcnt. A life
size would cost $3 3,000; heroic $50,000, and
In colors $75,000. Tho mnterlal to bo com
posed of cannon captured by Grant during
Till) A7-: II' .V7V1 TV. uousi:.
The legislature is nearly at a dead-lock
whether to proceed with tho work on tho new
stuto house, or to simplify and cheapen the
plan. It was expected that tho building
could bo completed for $3,000,000. It is now
urged by parties who profess to bo well in
formed in such matters that it will cost from
$1,000,000 to f 10,000,000, a few declaring that
loss thnn $15,000,000 will not finish it. To
quiet nil approhensions on this score, and to
give the legislature reliable datum upou
which to act, Messrs. Bunn, Boveridge, Smith
and Koycs propose to finish the building uud
furnish material for $1,000,000, less tho
amount already expanded.
For Circuit Judge.
yjittr JiiWif Please anaouncrt (halt l).WIJ J.
UAKKIt.Jr,, Is a rawlMal for tho orllce of Jinl?rt of
the Nineteenth Judicial Dislrirt.
Election on the Vlli dajr of Much, In
HannuWensollcltnl hy persons of MWh polllli-al
p irtie to run for the JmlRtuhlp of th Nineteenth Ju
dicial District, at an election to (mi held on the Vlh day
of March, A, P. 1S09, 1 nmr aunouaco ni) self as a cau
dldatefor that otllco, and pledfje tnystdf to th people'
that, if r li-oted, I "ill discharge Its dutiea Impartially
and to Hi j Lent of my tl:ill and ability.
ADM I N ISTK ATOR'8 NOTIC K.
Kttate of Jatnei Harden, deceased, ,
Tho undersigned having. Ix-en appointed Adinlnln
trator of tho entata of Ja. Ilorden, lafe of tliecounty of
Alpxandur anil Stale of Illinois, ileeeaned, hereby
ciies notice that ho will appear toforo, t ie county.
VOlirT OI AlvZltullPr lUUIltJ, m HIP iuiriii''' ... ..."
eityof Cairo, at tho April term, on. the third Monday
In April noil, at which tiino an
rlalnui aealiikt s:ild ttatp aro notified and ivnin'ite.
to attend for t
Din miriMisii n r limini: tho sanu'
All neroiia indebteif to ta Id t stoto rc'rofliirled to
e Immcdiato payment io tho iiiiderslpm L
...i.nw W. N. KOItllKS, Adni'r.
FOR KVKKYTniNG IN
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K. ! CesusMCUkAvsaus.
PIANOS AND SEWING MACHINES.
IP X -A. 3ST o &
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Tho New York
Those I'ianos embrace all (lie modern improvements;
aro warranted 11 Vn years, and nio the best and cheapest
instruments lu lino ranging In price from ,
s$4.00 to s$i.oOO.
SMITH'S A3IKIUCA& OIHJANS,
For Chnrclie. ft'hool. T.o.Il'Ci and I'arlnr. Tho most
perfect Or?an known. I'ntont KnecswHIon alt In
trumrii(. livery In-lrmnent mirrautcd to giro natlx
fiction. Hanging in price from ,
$ZCO to $l.QOO.
Wheeler & IVIIaim'ii
IiO:kStUcIi Suuinir MiicliliiCM.
Htitcli alike irn Irath side.
Theso Miu.'hlnoi aro warranted tlire and will list'
forty years: aiui.aa a family machine, aro iiriurpaacd.
l'rlcci aariio in other oitleis there beinj; ono tab
llhel price for theso machines throughout tho coun
try. Injunction frentopartlcH bavin? these machines,
bond for Illustrated circular,
Grove r Si Ilaler'a
Klnstic Stitch Suwliig Machine;,
HtmliiKilirerl from two sjmoU without rewinding. Es
pecially adapted Iur general family u-oand light man
ufacturing purpom-s. "
Sewing allko on both tides, and aro adapted particu-.
inny lor mo usn oi lauora, anu ixjov ami miu" manu
facturer. EVERV MACinXE WARRANTED.
Yot further particulars and Illustrated circular,
J. C. CAHHOX,
,VI VALSI NKW AUHIVALS
CHIUST.HAS AXI XKW YKAK'S GOODS
122 Cumiiivi'oial Avoiiiics
Inform tlio cltlr.ui. of Cairo an i viemiiy that ho luu 1
on hand one of tho ar'et undU'tuoricdtockot
Dry d'oodji, Fancy Goods and Notion
Inrioiithern JMIiioiii, wlueh he offers at prices (hat 'will
defycompetltion. , ' 1
Wo will m1I rrint. for bet Iff ahlti. nl from...i to 13Ue
Yard Hide llleaehedMlilln at...'..'.;.,.
Heavy ard wide, hheeting nt 15c.'
All-iwu'l I'lanncl at. 30.) . .,
Wlillo lllankrta per pair, at t 't W Wi it
Largoslteall-wool iloitble thal at ' 4 ,
Klegaut and very heavy ehaiiKeablo. and tig- -,
unit I'opliiii), per yard, from. ,33to W .
Silk I'opliux ut. mIm.,...m.m...m.. ...... .....m. TalH
(iootl yard-wide Merino ut UJ
A Urgo assortment of " h'
Illnck nml Colonul Alpacas nt 25 ccutv, ;
AND Ut'WAHDH, ' "!''
Ami niimoroin other atjles of Prcti Goods, porrci
pondlugly low. ' ' r
Allllnen Handlterchlefj at.,,,...-
i.l-i nn, ..."..iiifj, yri juin, ui. V!1"M!
tiiii nlilA l.liiMn ' ' "
itisti iiiueu, yard rl'l
Idnliea' Merino Hose
lerin.i Undershirt and drawers... ,
AUo,alarKoHortmViil'of " "l''"n
I I -!', h
1 -I'd' utewn
n i.r. .Ut
r .iii'O ;.'l ' I
, V EI, VETS',
i ii f
:ll Si uV
AleiMUdrr Kill Ulores:;, 91 7M
French CowK, , , 1 OO i
Ilouml Comb 10c
And all other Oooh (oiTtsjiundmyly low.
It is therefore lo the luterestof emry person buying
goods to call at
I'M oiuiuvi'olul Avenue,
lloforo buying eUuwhcro, as money saved is moa
Thankful for the liberal patrouago heretofore ei
touded to u, wo hnpo to reccjT thu tamo in futur.