HmJmg Matter itm Tirr T.
Tub UtocoM weather If said to be tbe
coldest at til time of the year, for eigh
teen yrars, In thli and other localities.
Tiia rrport of the department of agri
culture shows the crop of winter whust,
as a whole, much below the statu of
tint of tat year In April.
Tim visit of the Prince of Walt to
India, which hM Iwn talked of for tue
lime past, It ha been computed, 'will
colt two and a third million of dollars,
IT made In accordance with oriental
Uea of splendor.
A aracui, dlspstch to 'thn Chlesjjo
rwM from St. .Joseph, Missouri, says
that the few warm day of about tho 18th
mat., rerealcd myriads of jrraAnhopperaln
all the counties of the Northwest, caus
ing great apprehension among the- farm
A raojRc-rr.D bio disnkb.
U la announced that the thirty thous
and postmasters of the Unltod States will
hold a jrrand love-taut on the 4th of July
W6, as part of the centennial celebra
Uon. The postmasters should make a
basket picnic of It and oach fellow enrry
ru own retrcsrttnonts.
Attorney-General Williams, who Iked
lu Orrjron some years ago, thinks that he
would llko to represent that State In the
United States Senate. The election will
not take phco until 1877. The legislature
whleh will elect the senator will bo elect
ed next spring, and It Is said to be Wil
llama' purpose to resign the office of At
torney-General ho that he may go to
Oregon and us, his Influence to scat an
swmbly frrorable to his plans.
CejITCTT OK HO COKTKITT
inatis tbe question. But we do not
know how to answer It. Wo are sure u
wmtest would show that Mr. Morris was
Gtlrly elected Msyor, but we have been
mistaken many times in oar life and
might be again. In the First ward, there
were, undoubtedly, many fraudulent
votes cast, and thl set can easily be
shown. Jn the Third ward there- were
veral illegal votes cast tbr Mr. Winter,
and In the three other ward? not a lew;
but whether Mr. Morris will contest we
do not know. There was no legal. regi
tratlon of voters and no legal registers
used at either of the polls. In tbo Fifth
ward the precinct register ws? u?cd by
the ward judges. ""
AJf BLECTISM WACilSft.
Herman Knuffmsn, a cltlren of Quln
;y, lu which large villago there was. on
Monday last, au election of municipal
offlws, agreed with Mr. Simon Parish,
a colored jrvtitlemsu, that if Mr. Smith
were tlected Mayor, he. the ld KuufT
man, would sshwl him, the said Parish,
around the public eijusre ot Qulncy In
a wheelbarrow. Smith was elected, and
Knuflman stood by his agreement. On
Tuwday he wheeled Parish around the
.-square, headed by a nero bra band,
and surrounded by all the population ol
Qulncy slioutJng "whoop-la." Tho fun
vs.s Hnf, and we (eel like enjoying some
thing like It. If Mr. Winter has a large,
awe-Douiea negro, wuo is tired of walk
ing, we might be Induced to whet-1 him
around the levee.
rexNKcriccT ornciAL votk,
irw following are the official figures
irora me Connecticut election :
The plurality of Ingersoll. Democrat,
for Governor, is 0,42, and hi; majority
over all CfiU.
For Congress, Landers, Democrat, in
the lit district, hd 4S9 plurality and 3(1.1
Phelps, Democrat, In the ad district,
had 1,5(W plurality and Wruajoritr.
Starkweather, Rep., In the 34 district,
had 840 plurality and 3W majority.
Bamuminthe 4th district hsd S.WS
plurality, and 3.1S0 raaloritr.
The Senate has 15 Democrate and 81te-
publicans; hut year there were 17 Demo-
craw and 4 Republicans.
The House has 134 Dsmocmta, and 109
Republican ; last year 112 Democrats and
The Governor vote out wa about 103,
W, the Temperaneo uud cattrinff be
The suspicions exluing In regard to tho
conduct of Mr. Delano, Secretary of tho
Interior, and which have existed for somo
years past, appear to have sufficient Court
datJon to be the cause of President Grant
Intimating to the secretary that his re,
ignation Is In order. Tho 'sale of somo
pine land in Minnesota a few years ago
out ol which a relativo of Secretary Dela
ur appeared to msko a large sum of
money, was hushed up without expla
nation, in a manner not at all satisfactory
to people who read anythlnf about It.
For a long time pist, the contractor who
s-upplle beef to the Indians has been un
der suspicion at not dealing ftriy
niwi uo goTcrnmnt. His chief
araws tna tomfortabla
lry of Un thousand dot.
Urs a year, is a boii of Delano, ami the
Kinciiuuon appears to be IneviUble that
tne iiantarauj-have beerr making
vtrygooammg out of their relations
with the government. It mint to be
willed that tbe secretary Is to step down
aa out ; ana mere ts uo doubt whatever
'hat he and bis sous arc very wtt fixed,
tumary point or view.
THE rn ar
S.Ui' Jour,utl If tt" headed :
-nuu or History," says: "The
reports whUhhsve got into some of the
wPPr abroad, n rt0wnea to the
tumult of the
v ' """"US an.lr,r t) Tt,..,
refarenoe Is raadtt tn iv.. '
4 Mr. PUtur, Oemwit, m HmUn, a
'Olume of "HaJne4, Township Orgaulia
tlon," another that he throw "Hsrclay'H
Digest," and another that Connelly
thrown volume of tho Stto statu tea at
the statesman of Hardin. Then dlfi'er
enees, the Journal claims, discredit the
history of the disturbance; but, In
our opinion, they do not. The
csscntlsl fact is that tha Radicals com
menced the riot, and nsarly ull the evi
dence goes to provo that Mr. Jone
opened tho battlu by throwing a boob at
Plater. He may havo thrown "Halnea'
Treaties," or "Ilarclay'rt DlgC'rt," or a
volurao of statutes ; but, whether the ono
or the thsr, ho threw a book. Mr. Con
nelly did not throw any missile nt the
Democrats, but as soon as hU allr. Mr.
Jones, had succeeded In breaking up the
sitting of tha House, he mounted a desk,
moved that Mr. Jones bo declared Tem
porary Speaker and declared tho motion
carried. Mr. Jones then attempted to
tako the chair. Thcs are facta not dls
putod, and whatever the .oar? may say
they prove that the Radicals mado n" rev
olutionary attempt to get control of the
Houe. ThU Is tho Truth of History.
OKSr. HHRBMAK OJt THE BLACK
Gen. Sherman ha been Interviewed on
tho subject of the niack 1II1N by a
St. I.ouis GMt reporter, and during the
interview let rail many Interesting obser
vatlons on tho subject observations es
pecially Interesting to ieonle. who. at
tacked with thogold fever aru about to join
any oi tne numerous nxpeJitlons to tho
IIIIM. The General showed the reporter,
irom a map beforo him, tho location ol
tho Black Hills range, which forms
Isrgo portion of n Ions strelch of mmin
tains that extend from six hundred miles
north ol tho Sioux reservation, down
through the Cheyenno country and a fur
south ua Mexico. Goneral Sherman b.
lleves there is moro gold in any part of
mat ranjre. outs no or th rm.
tlon, than there Is In tin:
wnoic reservation put together, and savs
It is tho old story ot tho forbidden fruit
me people arc determined to go to tho
Black Hills because they know they have
no ngni mere, rue country belongs
rightfully to the Sioux, who gve In ex
change for It Immense tracts of other
land, and the jrovernmcnt is In dutr
bound to protect the Indlansin theirrlght
to what tbey thus purchased. Troops In
sufficient force to turn bsek all raiders.
expeditions, Ac, will bo "tafloncd nt the
rejervatlons, and all trains imd teams on
their way to the forbidden ff round, will h
confiscated and thir owner turned out
to una their way back to the ;ttleminu
as best they can.
Gen, Sherman xnrte. tha onlnlnn
that all the gold that It to be found In the
Hills, is not worth tho hardship th
labor and the expcn"seoj dlirolnff It out.
Tho difficulty of procuring food at Mich
a distance from the market, makes livlug
expenses extraordinarily high. If a miner
digs slxten dollars worth ol irold a dv.
and this Is u high avragt he will spend
nine dollars tor meals alone. Other ex
penses will Irave him a profit verv little
larger than the ordinary day laborer
The government Is about to wud a
party out to survey tho reservation and
ranxe hii examination or the district. If
gold is found there, lh country will be
pureftascu roni the Indians and thrown
open to tne people. Until that timo Hik
reservation will be protected from nil In
voders even to bloodshed.
CCMMINSiK' BILL TRTOKR.
ineuencrai Assembly nassed what
was known as Cummlng' bill touav in-
icresi upon;oonds Issued, under the "grab
iw, uj cities, towns and counties at
the place designated in said bonds, and
providing that the local authorities might,
in their discretion, levy a tax for the pay
ment of the interest thereon and to cstab-
lish a sinking fund for the payment of the
bonds at maturity. This bill Governor
oevennge nas vetoed on the around that
In his opinion it would, if allowrd tn h.
come an act, Impair the obligation of the
contract mads between the lenders of the
money invested in such bonds and the
several cities, towns and counties that ob
tained tho moilCT. The nnrrnne
claims that, to enhance the
value of tha bonds, tho local
autocrines avallod t hemselvw nf
tne provisions of the act ot February 13,
1SCJJ, and of the act of April 10. lgC9.
Tho bonds svere registered, and tho fact
or registration noted thereon. Ily thus
accepting the provisions ot gaid acts, the
Interest on said registered bonds became
raysnle at the same tlrao and place as the
Interest on StaU; bonds, and tho State he.
came obligated to lty and collect thu tax
and pay the interest on said registered
bonds. The act of registration changed
the terms and condlton of aid bonds as tn
the tirao and placoof navment or indent
and the Bute assumed, by consent of
the maker, to levy, collect and nay the
interest. This modification of the terms
and undertaking on the part of tho Htate
aauea value to the bond(-mad th-m
marketable and entered Into the con
tract bsstwMQ the maker and the pur
chaser. In fact tbe faith of the Ktar is
pledged to the collation and payment of
the infcrrnt on said registered bonds, in
the manner sneclflert in m .
and havinu received thu
aid nets, neither
city, town nor townshin. can af.
ford to nullify the provision thereof,
tTon" l,mW th"'0,crnn form r li'ffUhv
Tho Governor U over-nsltlve. The
agreement he has referred to was
made as psrtof an agreement that has
been nullified by the Supreme Court.
The grab law proralied the eltln, towns'
and counties of tbofitato that, if tbev would
subscribe to the capital stock of railroad
companies, and prrralt the 6taUs to col-
vaa interest of the bouds sub
scribed and pay It to tha bondholr.
iheBtata, on (ta part, would permit the
wuw, wwns anu counties thus subscrib
ing, w retain, for a certain number of
years tho Hutta taxes upon tha Increase of
urn value of proptrty. This provision of
uhj iw induced many towns, citlw and
cosmtje t uttvrlb to l tstl
of railroad companies. The Supremo
Court of the Stato killed It, took from
the bill tho Inducement the Stato hud held
out to localities to run luto debt repu
dlated the contract between tho Stato and
certain town, cities and counties, and now
says to them, In the language of tha Gov
ernor, "You must stand by the contract.
To permit you to collect aud pay the In
terest upon these bonds, would bo to Im
pair tho obligation of ;tho contract with
The reason given by tho Governor for
his veto Is a weak ono.
Garibaldi backs Bismarck In his war
on the Pope.
.Senator Gordon, of Georgia, etilo
gUes tho Greeley monument.
Arrangements for decoration day are
being inHduat the South.
Horace Orceley'a daughters ore both,
It Is said, beautiful and accomplished.
Gladetone excuses himself. He Is
tio buy to attend our centennial celebra
tions. Tho French President has been deco
rated with the Spanish order of the
B Tha Ballard AVws has been enlarged.
Upon this eyldenco of prosperity wo con
gratulate It proprietor.
Supervising Architect Potter t-aya
there is something rotten in tho building
of the Chicago custom house.
Tho editor of the Louisville Vouritr
Journal calls tho editor of the Cincinnati
Oommf refill, n concrete philosophers
The State Journal says tho Republi
cans will not nominate Hon. KIIJah.M.
Halne? for Governor. The Journal h
John Delano, onofthe Secretary of
the Interior, has been raught at It, mid
thn old man, it is said, h been reUe.ted
Rev. 0. B. Frothltiffham xav that re
ligion teaches that God U the Snperin
lenuent ol rollce In tho entire unlvcrM-.
lesus enrin tne j.ocal Police Director,
and the churches station-houses.
The Cincinnati ComniTeial is of tho
opmloothst the Democracy of Ohio
shuld be beaten, next fall, lor Its own
good. The 0mrreial la a verv consid.
eraie journal, it is so thouehtful for thn
goou or tne anti-Kadleal party.
. II. Parker writes from the Mai
bncowfa pitinil letter. "My being
poverty stricken and to some extent dis
sipated," hu says, "dors not necessarily
make ms a villlan." He appeal to the
people for sympathy for hit, wife and four
small and helpless girl children.
. J. ost, Esfi., has Kot out of the
editorial chair of the Mai
hlch he tilled with ability for some
months, and Mr. B. O. Jones has go'
into it again. Mr. Jones earned consid
erable reputation as u member of the
House of the General Assembly. Hp
panned out more than nv ui-rson lr.
lieved he would.
Daniacea for Uetmmutlnm
m Wuiumu'h Ibamrtfr.
IllCiOO. Aurll Ul The lun- In ,..
c?i or.Ai,1'it: AFr.,y r "ocuford, III.,
xuiuov "iiiiurr. oiurey, pouor of the
vuivaKu vnfj, lor iioci m tiiu publica
tion ofa storv nearly a vear ago, in
which Miss Karly's character was as
sailed, brought in a sealed verdict last
nhht which was opened this iiioiniijir.
It awards the DlulntifT fMMl i.im,,...U
t in; j uvir on wiiien me cae was uaseil
was written under the billet that the
siory was true, several letter, nlllrui nir
lient citizens of Rockford, liuvinir leen
..a .....l. M.iv. niUllI'll U. IlIUI'N III Tim .
sent to the Timtt. A retraction was sub-
kequemiy pnuuhned uut proved insulll
dent to satisfy tho iniureel nartv wlm r.
eortetl to legal means ot redresi with the
Tmt PreiUnl Not Thlni.Tirmrr
Nr.w York. Anril 21 Tli f7ro,,.v.
Washington correxnonent tinvu t'r.ci.
dent Grant Is not a candidate tor re-elec
tion tor a tnird tenn, and never has been.
He never suarirestcd the idea hlmtfdf. nml
never save anv one thu t.liL'htekf wimm
ior Hupposui;: mat ne would
nomination, 11 onered : and it is uiidcr-
!,ooa here V.'1 h. a!1 ever heen askwl
bv anv authoritative hoilv. h
have (fecllned to be considered a
date under any circumstances.
Hlrnek by Llthtnlnir.
New Obleans. Anril 21 Thi-Oiinif-.
gcrstown, loading for Havre, with 57W
bales ofcotton on board, wax ktrneV i.
lightning during a thunder storm this
inorninir anti 1110 cotton nn on m ti,,.
hold of the ship was filled with water bv
tne tire department and the fin. Tn,t.
guiBneu. i ne cargo, partly damaged by
naM.1, 10 lciug UIIBI1IIUCII. JL WaS 111
sured in Havre.
Dr. riarro'a ravorlla araerlptioa
li verv stronclv recommended hv tbn t.i.
icat tu iy muu it isrgeiy prcucribsd
amooc their female natlenu. ft ii unh.
of all confidence, aa may be seen from tbo
lonowinf testimonials :
DB. 3. B.ClUPiN, I'lsttsmouth, Net;.,
rites : I bare under traxtment u
wbo. for the out keven rer lm len nr.
flleted, and, after trying several pbyslclanit
without receiving bemint, is galniug rapidly
on your Favorite rrescilptien.
Atlanta. If t
On. n. V. l'lKnci, Huffalo, N. Y. :
Dear sir : I have not word tn tvnrtu
m j gratitude to you lor your advice and ua
Mitaoca lu tny cse. There It not one who
iiai uitu your medicines aDct they have
baen brouaht hura, hut that can v win.
nie they have been greatly benefitted.
Hincs I have been so helped by Iti une six
or seven around mo lell all docttrs and
other medlclnee, and now tint It In their
lainiuei, alter hem cured or tho irae di.
eaeaimlnr. Vomlo nnt know ntmt &
wouder It created in our eltv. tiv it.
lag my sister I wrote you about, for nho
nau titen under tne care of three ol our
best doctor, but could not sit up hut (or a
few minutes at one lime. I beuued of her
to try your medicines, and before aho had
used half the bottles abe could go all around
tbe yard, and hat bow Just come home
from a visit five ullei away.
ns nios. aicnULANn.
Dr. Pierce's Kavorlte l'reirrlnttnn imnlri
by dealers in medicines (tmrally.
T3T virtue nf iv sieciitlou to tue dlteeted by
. of the flreult court of Altitude r
H?ltiyi 'f Ul.'"t of llllnolt, lu f.vo
unoi BautUtllolawa, I h
upon tbe .Mlowlna- SeM.-rlfat i.r
nuartAr . ."" u in- uwrui
qvarur at ttetlou lvrnlv.l
tvH ,wo L4t orJb 'bird priBclMl n
which f will ofrer at tmblie a,, Xuit
5"" . (I1-) aouth. and u
tfoor of the UMirt.bonia tn the elt of fln7 !
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(utcept Monl) la tlw IloUdlti Building, er
nrr AVahiO(?tou steniif ai Twelnb elrm.
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ftltaful rairlrsatTtfCDtyrhe Ctiilj aVwV,
HyaMa weekly Uy (Iti Jfmicf), Slupfr
sanaiui tlx mosdn, Mi tbitr niuiitUn, Hi une
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THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
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13-N'otlNn In locil roluimi lnrtil fur Klf
Uu C'nH rrlln for one Inn-rtlun, Twinly
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tents He for IIutc lcerllin, Thitty-rire
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Communication upon aubJoeU of jron
ral InVtreat to the public lolicitetj.
CJ-All llter tlrauM t d.re".i to
JOHN It. OIIKItLY,
I'rtalilent Cnlro llnllitln Coinimnj-.
l'lne Ctneii and .ir.nicuu
lll Hllvrr, I'iiir Nlltrr I'lnlp, file.
in illrectitiK attention to oiirlminciueetoct.
Ijejf lenre to tnle that u lmie ln-eii cniinecteil
with the Jewelry trade In UiIwikii oxer Ulleen
GOODS SENT BY EXPRESS TO ANV
PART OF THE COUNTRY .
0"Inqiilry by mall rimitly mi.u treL
HOWE & CO.,
k 00 STATE STREET,
souttuaM Cor- WnliluKton, CUIOAQO.
1 A ATiilLn rk-iuuiiEsi rnica i-aid
Ci OLD ZINC.
ArlllrKM fir Innnlrn
OmCAOO PLATE AND BAR MILL CO.
aaearoorn ai. unicaRO, 111.
One of the mom dliiii-uli iiiinr.. ,n ..n.r..i
with any certainty ia Hie circulation of a unv..
Jiaper. Ibc new poiWI law, however, which
reijulrea the invjmyment of all nen. paper bent
to Mib.erilrji through the mulls lemnu-a al!
I he following bible, which h:n leen oniclallr
rnt to W a. hini:t;m by the i hltifro imjtnwster,
the miort of hU otUce fur llu- nioiilh of .Inim-
'li t V, ,"al me circiilullou
ary, enow., mat the I.nimi-Ooc.im pajn mote
all the dalllw nuhlislied ih
the city combined
age. Untie , lb
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nauy ami Meekly, was S,S76 M, of which
amount the iNTiK-OritAN laliltl.oisj 21-ncnrlv
?Sari.f Uie wn,ule- lie total amount paid
by he rrlbunt. 'lime- Journal and I'uat, and
Mall, on all their editions $73s ci 'ita
lT-Ocit paid $;ul W) more than all of them
comblnid, Chicago luter-Oreun. l"eb 20.
30X and BASKET CO
Allaluds lard aud soft,)
FLOORUSTO, BIDING, LATH, &o
Mill aud Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Btroot and
40 ' .i
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OmcKi llmlei'i lllock, (uipstaltn), fointr
Klitlilb atuvtalnl Wnjhlnstoti arrnup
JOHN It, MUUtKY,
Alloriiry nt I.tnv.
)t'KItt:. t.Uhth SI111 1, Utu-u (.i.iiiiner
clal hiiI mliiiigton Henu'i.
AMUKL P. WHEELER,
Attorney ni I4iuv.
OKI'ICK. Ohlii lrvii, oir riom fiirmirly
wwnpk-l l.y Mm N.illi)iml Hank,
Q.REEM A OIL11ERT,
Attorneys and Counselors
OITIC'K: Olilo Uut, rti ,mt : and S
lity NhIIkiiiiI ll.ink,
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CONVEYANCERS, NOTARIES BLIC
Land Accnta of tho Itllnola Central and
OurllnKton und Uulncy n, 11.
North Cor. Sixth nnd Ohio Lovnu,
1. ivr 11.
LYNCH 6c IIOWLEY,
Colloctors and Convoyancers.
OFFICE-At tho Court Houao
SOUTH SIDE OF IWiUTH STREET.
Between WnahiiiKton and Coiomorciul
Prices to suit tho Times.
Wholosalo PiRitrcs, butKo Credit !
Mrs. O. McLEAN,
Next Door to Stuart & GIioIhoii'h
BETWEEN COMMERCIAIi AND
HA33 ,;'.npl. fl'erd,s, tjicta, Illbbons,
.-r . il111" i'J'?'- U'K-hlng,, t:oi.ct-,
Kid Oloveif, Ilotlery, Worsteds.
Also the "Ladles' Drea lleform'
Aadallthii new styles of trimming Mik for
Crlhe?e good will iie anM at very low (Irf
urc. for CAMI and t ASH O.M.Y. l-ll.-.-Ju-
THE WORLD RENOWNED
Can lieacen nt our nfllce ns la low fpecllled,
wlivie will alwaya he found a lull and coiuiilelv
stock Also UKOod supply of
Stviog Silk, Sp::l Cotton and
Kvery K-rou wlslilns to buy a
Firat-ClasB Sowing Machino
Should ! not fall tnralland examine mirinaclilni
aud terms, Vcfoic fiurclmslns tlscwhiic.
We claim for this inschluo
llrsMilvr Itiiritlilllty, Nliuiilirllr, it nil
V.uny ot Si.rntliil,
And Udter adapted tor all Klii'Mof roiV, tliiin
my other machlur- lu thu niiiiLet, aud will
Kuuianttv liillli: eatUfjcllgiu old on
Monthly Payments if Desired.
TIIEIIOWE MACHINE CO.,
Comer Commercial uvemmiind Slilth ht,
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"IjlOltlhe apetnlyrurc of Ss'nilnal Wrukueas,
J.1 Ioiit Manhood and all illauriltrj lirouuht
fnliy luditcretlona or exunb, Any DluU!t
Ui the tmoedlwita,
. Ad"ree. Pr, K IIJUTON ,t CO.,
1-M-dAswlT Juvlmiati, Ohio
DRUGGISTS' FANCY GOODS.
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Illlcl with nll.il.le HrtKi nt reu-oirilile mil -
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7- OWo Lovee. ' 'I WnahlniftOD AvCor. 8th St.
P. M, STOCKFLliTH,
Importer and Wholesale Doalor in
FOR23IGN jA.SSnO 3D01VX23S17IO
Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Kccp.t a full st' ok of
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Monongahola, Rye and Robinson County
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FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND (M LI FORMA WINES.
WM. GLENN & SONS.
Head-Quarters for Groceries !
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TEAS, TOBACCOS, and CIGARS
Finest Assortment in the West
AND rKAt.i:i!s l.v
ProvisidnSjFlourrain, Seeds, Dried Fruit,
AND OTHER PRODUCE.
68, 70, and 72 Vine Street, CINCINNATI.
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Wo lirtvo I'oploiii.ihoil our Juh rriuting OHice with
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work, aud mako our prittes so low that tho most enthu
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mit that wc do work nt lower prices than any other of
fice in tho country. iWr. Ohorly, admitted to ho ono of
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