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InHlii)r Mnllor on i:rry I'iirc.
JOHN H. OBEIlIiY, Editor.
a VANimnini.T ur.nmvd.
Oao of (lie V.inikrbUt.1, n sou of W. II.
Vnndcrbllt, mill kihih1oii of the Cuiunio
dort', w.n married In New York n tVw
day since. The wedding was uxceptlon
ally brilliant, and society n convnl-iil
to It3 foundation In regard to tlio event.
The stories which were circulated In
regard to tlu character of Col. New,
United States treasurer, are pronounced
falsehood without n shadow of founda
tion. Col. New U n member in j;ood
Handing of the ChrMlun church ot in
dlanapolU, take up n subscrip
tion for the church every Sun
day nnd U called one of the model
men of the city. 1U wife U decribed
as a cultivated and attr.ictlvo laily. who
will bo an acquisition to Washington
in: xvn.i,ir.T oi l'.
The authorities will deal gently with
the erring Hindi, the poit otllce consplr
ator. He has been bound over to the
Grand Jury, but bis friends arc confident
of an acquittal, and his friends are prob
ably right. If Secretary .fewell will von-
thine to juirge Hie ilejmrliiieiit of filch
eorriiptioiilsts the pnliilo will probably
feel that it ought to be 'atMled. though
justice might renulrc that they should be
pursued and punished as their crime
i:mi:hmo.vs mia m.iixoi:
It Is c.pcctcd that tho tnulo In Han
croft' Ili'tory ol the t'nlttd Slates and in
handkerchief will bo largely Increased
-ineetlie delivery of J'alph Waldo Kuier
ton's address at Concord on the 13th in-t.
He concluded hU speech by saying : "I
challenge any lover of .Massachusetts to
reail the sixtieth chapter of Ilancroft's
history without tears of joy," which U
the neatest and most ellectivo ndverthlng
Ilancroft's history or any other book ever
a i.Aiuii; i:itnicr.
Some time ago the Chicago Timet pub
lished a sciindaloin story about
Mis Karly and Mr. Crawford
of Hockford In thi State. It
proved to be f.tl'e, mid tlie Tim's, as
oon as it became satisfied of the fact,
retracted the libel and oflered a large re
ward for the person who had impo-ed
upon It. The Information upon which
the Timet baed the 'sen-ation" wr.. con
veyed to It by letter from Koekford,
-ignetl by several of the uiot reliable
business men of that place, but these let
ters proved to lc forgeries.
Notwithstanding the retraction of tiie
Time), Miss Early sued for $.X.000 dam
ages, and the cjk- jl!l5 j.t hvcn AvXl!Tm
mined at Chicago, the jury giving to her
a verdict of o.OOO.
On the trial the judge refused to permit
uie ueiense to snow mat .Mr. storey una
I-ecu deceived, or that lie had retracted
the charge- made airaln-t MU Karly as
.-ooii as he became aware that tiey wore
false. He was, hi short, 'dl-hel up" by
thejudgelikca fried herring, nunli to
the grailtlcatlon of .Judge William?, nn
other of the high pressure Judges of Chi
cago, and the numerous enemies ol the
Tl-n't ; but. in the opinion ot all unpreju
diced people, the verdict will be pro
nounced an outrage.
TUT. Clllt'AliO a vi:.tist.s.
Tlie mo-t elaborate preparations were
made by the Chicago Advciitl-ts for tlie
coining of Christ at midnight on tlie 10th
Inst. Their leader Is a man named Tliut -man,
to whose sincerity can lie pardoned
somewhat the suffering and disappoint
ment hU delusion caused to his followers.
Thiirman's age Is In tlie neighborhood of
i-lxly year-. In his youth, ho went
through various phases ot mind, fluctua
ting between Infidelity and a belief In the
Chrl-tian religion ; hu finally accepted
the doctrines of tho lllble in a literal
cne, became a convert to llio Mlllerile
theory then preached, sold all he had
tuid gave the proceed to the poor,
and since then has been preach
ing, without compensation, on the
coming of Christ according to tlie belie!
of the Adveutlsts. Some time ago, he
was called to Chicago to preach to the
sect there. According to his chronolog
ical studies, the UUhof April t as Hie date
f the coming of Christ tlie time
meant when bo ,ald, "At the f line
appointed, the end enll be." The
faith of Thuriuan followers was as
steadfast as his own. Some of
these sold or gave away the'.r piopcitv,
nearly all of diem dl-poM-d, in various
way?, of all their household effects, and
when the eventful night, as they believed,
of Chrl-t's coming arrived, they repaired
to thu Aioa wl:rc Uhjt etv to a wall Ills
advent, literally berelt of worldly
Koods and ties.
In imitation of Clin-.t and hi, dWelnW
theAdveutl-uhada"last supper before
nicy uie, uiey waMud each other'
ieei, i no ee.cs tmmg with their back
luuacu ouier, iiiu women erformlng tho
ceremonial for tho women and the men
lorine men. as the hands of the cloek
nenrea me imni m f t.-..if. iii...' i
hn,.n,. , , u ; ' ,. :
I T -, whuii UlUIlk Ull
they faithfully believed was so toon to
come to pass, was kept up. As tho lulu
utes crept on and no sign of thu coming
of the Lord appeared, anxiety and dis
appointment began to manifest them
selves. The kceno which followed, as dctcribed
by the newspaper reporter who wit
nessed It, urn, the deepest pity of the
heart for the poor people whose delusion
may bo contuimed, but whoso slncere
ncss excites respect. The women wept
outright, while the mm sob
bed and ro:uu:d In bitter
lies of spirit. i:Mcr Thunnan, stupefied
and bewildered by hit disappointments,
spoke in a tone of utter despondency and
self-abasement of tho dUanp0inlmci)t
which had come upon him, and ot iw
horror of darkness which surrounded
htm. Ills reckoning had failed mid hu
was In a deep sea, w llhout chart or com
pas, drifting, he knew not where. The
men and the w omen gathered around him
and ti led to comfort film, but the calam
ity w hich had overtaken him was a grief
which could not be assuaged even by tho
generous sympathy of hi deluded adher
ents. He felt that he bore in ids heart
not his own disappointment merely, but
their also. The hymn
.tenia, 1 my cross li ivc taken
All V left No nnl follow thw,
Noknl, p-ir, ilc'iltril, furiuktll,
llioiumni Imutii my nil ahull l, -
and which had a literal slgmiluuuce to
the Adveuti'U, was snug, when they dis
persed, brokeii-spli'ited, aimless and alto
gether miserable. Some of those whose
faith had been strong that the milleiiium
was about to be Ushered in and who had
dlspo-isosed themselves of houses mid
household goods, were compelled to re
main hi the hall when- they had met, all
nlL'lit, having really no plMv where to
lay their heads.
Decoration day Is Sunday this year,
KvSeiialor Carpenter I- null-civil
1 he Indebtedness ol Ballard county
Kentucky, Is S3:l,llil P3 and the a-.ets
Charleston small town somewhere
In Illinois, has voted SlM.OOO to build
I'Wiico Jllsinarcl, has arrived at anil
past hi sixtieth year. He hiii p.n-etl
over the thre?hhoId of old age.
'i'lie Centrallu Demnrrat e.dls the
(ieneral Aseinbly "the Abgator l,"gi
laturc." Why wo cannot siij .
.Mr. John Wmigh, treasurer of the
town of 1'eorla, has lieen charged with
defalcation ; but, 1: turnsoiit. that he was
Tlie Saiiffiwon Monitor advocates the
building of a monument to the memory
of Douglas ".it tlie capital of tlie Slate
he loved and served."
On tho27lh Inst., a greenback club
will be established at Ceiitralia. it will
be addre;ed oa thu day of it organiza
tion by Mr. 1!. F. Trovellick.
I'eoria Is overrun by that most pesti
ferous hi'vct known to I, lumens as "an
animal of tlie genu I'hidana" but to tin
sclcnlille persons n the moth.
Tlie State Ilerrister announces for the
benefit of the editor over the wav, whose
head is red, that all Its "personal rela
tions with thieves, ex-dlvine- and red
headed editor.-" are at an end. Tills is
"We are in receipt ol the present of
a pair of fawn-skin slipper," salil the
edltorof the Orayville Iid-peni,t. "Too
thin ; It would take a fawn a big a a
cow to furnl-h the hide lor a nnir of
slippers for you," quietly remarked tlie
editor of tlie Mt. Carmel lUgiiter.
The theater, I am afraid, 1- uprooting
all our old notions of female sensibilitr.
I have long suspected that women were
strange, stern, rude creature at hcirt,
and that thu diffidence ami timidity of
their conduet wa but a mak to bide the
Inexorable strength of their wills and
obtmrness of their sensibilities. The
rostrum, the stage, and the witness stAiid
convince me that I am righr. The sim
pering minx in the parlor needs only the
public opportunity to show herself im
pervious to public opinion, and impreg
nable to the subtile shafts that de-Hoy
her weaker brother. iy Criid'r.
Tin: i'::i:its or AjiifiticA,"
We have received a mysterious nddres
headed by the letters "II. I,. 1'. A.." and
tailed by a great red -eal, on which arc
the words : "Holy League of tho Tver
of America ; Seal of the Sovereign Hoy
al Council." "Stand by tho League For
ever," an eagle, a crown, stars, etc. The
circular Is dated March, A. I)., 18T3, at
the Temporary Headquarters of the S.
Wo are Informed tli.it although this so
ciety ha- existed for several generations,
the tact that It has been coullned to com
paratively few families in each State, has
rendered Its existence of no Importance
to the public, while Its purely social char
acter prevented It from attracting this at
tention of the prc?s. "Now, however,
tho address proceeds, "that we aro about
to elunge the character of our league
from a social to a political one, it Is but
reasonable to suppose that as wo Increase
In strength and numbers wo must, in
the course of time, fall under the notice
and bo subjected to tlie criticism of the
press, no matter how quietly we may
proceed In our work. We shall pifh our
organization as rapidly as is consistent
with prudence until It shall embrace
such a proportion of the ability, wealth
and character of the voting population,
as will place It beyond the power of any
political party to goxern without Its eon
sent." The llouilsh made, the nddre-s then
proceeds to proclaim the principles of the
I'oers. as tollous :
1. We maintain that there arc certain
fundamental doctrines or government
which are Inherently, absolutely, and
sclf-evldently right, and which cannot bo
rendered wrong by the adverse opinion
or decision of any majority, however
large ; and that the converse ol tills prop.
ositiou lulso true.
J liat the unity of this nation ami the
supremacy of tlie national government
subdivisions 0r tuc
ties and eltle
Is one ol those
would bo therl.'ht
iioetriues wnich it
and duty of a minority to defend against
ft majority, II neeeary ; even by force of
That the heresy of "Stato Sovciclguty,
or "Stuto itlghts," as opposed to Nu.
tionai supremacy, is inconsistent with
the welfare of the nation ; and that all at
tempt to practically apply said heresy
are to bo crushed out by force, In tho fit
litre as they have been In the past.
That the claim of some of tho older
states, ihat they weio at soinu period in
tho past independent governments, is not
based upon fact, and If isweru It could
not be allowed to affect the question at
the present day.
2. Treason and rebellion against tie.
government thould be punished 'y il' itli
and confiscation of property.
3. Absolulo equality of nil men b.-wrt
tht no. Security (o persons and properly
throughout the length mid Invmlth of
I. We advocate the "Monroe doctrine"
In Its external application. Wo deny tho
lit of any Kuropean or other
foreign government to exercise
my jurisdiction whatever over
the territory or the Inhabitants oi
any portion of tho continent ol North
A merlou or the neighboring islands ; and
we believe it to be the duty ol this guv
eminent to assist any people of this con
tinent or Its Islands, that shall desire to
establish Its independence.
0. Opposition to all churches, religions
and sects acknowledging, in temporal
matteiuiy authority on tsldeoflholhnlts
of this country, or owing any allegiance
lut eonslstunt with their allegiance to
this government. No creed hould be in
conlllct with the laws of the land, lie-
youd this, unlimited r.-llgiousTllj.M'ty and
toleration for every form ol divine wor
0. "In lime of pjaee prepare for war."
No want tlie army and navy placed on
such a footing, numerically and other
wise, as will render tliuui an ever-ready
wihi formidable menace to lorelgu foes
and domestic disturbers. Wo are oppo-ed
to any further reduction of thu army, and
regard with contempt mid indignation
the mii-teriiig out of competent ollleer,
from consideration of petty economy,
7. llternal enmity to Coiumuiii-m ami
all kindred auaruhlal abomination.
S. lJlfr.itieliiseinent ol ignorance, in
capacity, vice and pauperism. There I
no such thing a a natural right to e t-t a
ballot. Tlie privilege of voting at tho
poll, like that of voting in a representa
tive assembly or holding a public olllee,
Is one which the people m iy impose a it
duty on whomsoever they deem tit to ex-ercl-e
it properly ; and wlilch they may
whlthhold at pleasure, or limit and re
stilet at their discretion.
V. There I an excess ot legislation.
Tlie country Is too old and too far ad
vanced to require a eeasele- assembling
of the people for the pitrpoe of tinker
ing the law. Changes in exl-tlng laws,
b. fore they luve had time to be fully
tested, are far too frequent. LrgMntive
assemblies meet entirely too often. We
doubt the wldom of giving pay to law
10. Swift and unfailing punMitnent of
crime. No abolition of capital punMi
ineiit. Criminal laws to be so coiiMrued
and applied a to be a terror to criminals
ami not a protection.
11. No elective judiciary. The admin
istration of ju-tice should b.' unembar-ra-ed
by any dependence upon popular
U. Will! we shall, In the main, al
ways art Willi that political party which
wo deem to be ncaret right,
we shall arrogate to ourselves
dictation to thl extent onlv to wit :
That we will review all party nomina
tion, and will invariably ami bulexlbly
vote against nil candidate wboe per-onal
and private character, record, or repu
tation Is oad ; and Mil ieniille-s of their
lltnes in other respects. And to till rule
wo shall firmly adhere, even lien It en
forcement shall bring defeat or disaster
to the party.
13. Incidentally we cek mutual im
provement ami the best po-slble mental.
moral and physiijal development ol our
Souiu explanatory remai k follow, from
which we obtain the Information that the
lVer may, at a future time, solicit prom
inent poisons connected with important
newspaper and coiiplcunu In public
life to become members : that they nny
maintain the hereditary principle within
the league, hocati-c It is an element of
strength. "Families are longer liwd
than Individuals: and they east more
We do not know whether there is sif.
ulllcance in this secret society movement,
but the big red seal Is ominous of mi.
chief. Anaddress without the seal would
not have attracted our attention. Tlie
seal it was that aroucd our fears.
Tho Wne of'I.ow ltnU-H.
Cincinnati. April -2. Tlie war of low
rates between lids city and St. Loul-ciids
to-morrow. Tito inauagers of the roads
Interested have agreed on nine dollars
and a half, which Is half a dollar less
than the former rate, and one dollar and
t halt greater than the rate fixed at tlie
ias-enger agents' convention held lure
Lotiiviia.u. ICv.. April 22. Thu
Southern railroad lines have not up to
date, joined In tho general war among tho
notiiiern roaus. it Having iieen announc
ed to-day that the New Orleans nun .Mo-
liile railroad, known as tho Coast line to
New York and eastern cities, had cut Its
rates very largely, the .lacksou route in
onneetiou with the Loulville. Nashville
and Crcat Soutli-rn, will announce to
morrow a reduction on t be rates to this
city. Washington, Ilaltlmoro mid New
oik, nt trout oiie-flnlt to tliree-teutbs
of the icjruhir rales. It Is expected that
tho computing route will mnkcbtlll iiuotli.
er reduction, to be followed by a further
reduction by the Jackson route. Tho
light between thu two lines promises to
no a warm one.
ScoiUoc Conhlini; i:ii(liH-s(.(l for Ires.
Nr.w YoiiK, April 22.-The Lincoln
club which received Lx-SpeaUer Hlalnea
week or so ago. last mailt gave a recep
tion to Congressman Lawson, who ina
speech urged tlie Kepublleaii party to
nominate Senator CoiiMIiil' lorprcsl'dent.
ID V virtue nf or execnilini in
JJ thrcltrkuf tho ririMilt cum t nf Alexander
Hiunty , 111 tin-Mate of Illinois, In favrirof iutlil
lliilU Had BMlnsl Ituitln llol,ten, 1 have Irvteil
' ii.iiunnis ih'M'iimii JiropeltV, 111 tb
,uui.v in .iiexiiiuiiT IIIHl rsmiu ol
wii. iiiu Milllll-UMt (Uilller of pin linitli
In townslilp tin.en (is) vnin
rinice two ut-uufiiic thlnl jirinoit
lh i .V'd nl' r at imbllc tlea( I
"u iiuarifr or seeiiun twrntv.w .!
I'lUnSlllll llllieil (IM .niilh nml (,'.
I III1CI- two UMtlifllie Ihlril iiriiiKliml ,.,, ;. IT,..
lUlllO fclCUt tllU AOUthU'CJt
JfJ'i.".1, "r A eaii,I,.r ui "tale of Illinois mi
......... u ,i,..iUr ruin, in fciio.rv
fur ru-ti, lo satisfy mM
. ... .. . . 4I.-V III I
IS" iU l; tLlil.uswtaj-
Tim DAILY" BULLETIN.
rjlH: UUM,i;riS isiiiiMicucdcKiynuiriilug
(c.c(il MumL) In tiio llulK'Ua lliillillu;, cei
tier Washington uvenucanil Tiviiltu tiw:t.
Tiik Ucllktim Is tfrud to city eiibscrlbvrr by
frlUiful currier at rwcnty-Kho Cents a WeiK,
utile Weekly, llj Mill. (In mhjucv), IOlcr
uuimint Ix.iiiiiiiIIh, So, llirte invutln, $J cue
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
I'tibll-licil cvciy 'I te.o-tay tuotulinful SI il
itr minimi, Invariably m n'tvmietf. 'I tie iiu,tuxc
on tlit'Wevl.ly w ill be .ivmM at tills olllcc, to
that aubMrlU-n will olitjin
ike of t a jour.
UiisliicBi Cunts, jwrnnmuti
One square, one iisirtlun
One square, two lu'rrtloui
One sqiuirv, one wok
One square, tiro wecki
One aqtuirv, tlnvc ntvLl,
One nqiin.', one month,
One iii.ire, one Inucrtlo f ro
l.'sfli nili'ixjutnt Insertion, M
i'.fOnc incli It sqimri'
Qro UKutiruihirtlttM eolIerupfrlorlr.-
ituceincnts, both u to nito ol eliurKu ami man
ner of ilhilH)'lnK tlittr favor?.
S3"XotlB in local column hitertcl for Klf-
tn Ctnts per line for one Insertion, Twenty
Cent x Hue for two Insertions, Tiventy-I'lve
Cent a line fr llirec Inserllona, Tlilrty-Klve
Cents a line for mm week, nnd StenH-l'ie
Uente a Hue for one month,
Communlcatioua upon subjects of gen
eral Interest to the public solid tort.
E?AI! letKrs tliouM bninWies't't to
JOHN II. OIIKUI.Y,
I'reslilent tuirti lli.lldin Coniimny.
fine Ofiicva and incrlean
Nollil MUcr, I'lne hlhcr l'liilc, V.tf,
In 'IiicUiib iilleiitlnii to our immene stock,
lie leue to stale tli ili line irn conrnxtnl
Milli thcilvelr tniilc in Iiicuko over lllleni
ear,, ami eau ou".r Inducement that Jcfy
OOOD3 SENT BY EXPRESS TO ANY
FART OP TIIE COUNTRY .
C7"tiiqiUry by mill ir initly answered.
ROWE & CO.,
00 STATE STREET,
Sotnl.rast Cor. Wu-liuih'iMii, CHICAGO.
W ANTED"mo,,"-,u: ''AU'
YV n.M XJU OLD ZINC.
Ailuiiss or iii'iulie
CIIICAQO PLATE AND I3AR MILL CO.
J'J2 Dearborn St. Clilcuco, 111.
One of the mon iliillrult tnln? to ascerlnlu
with miy eeitifnty i Uib rireulutloii of n new.
uicr. I lie new Kifial law, howeier, wlilch
inUirestlieiiep.i5iiniii of ull newniuiKirii tent
to tiilierlK-r llirmu.li the mill iniioTm al!
Iroiilile with tliat bnincli m circulallon
lhefyllowin tuble, nliah luu len olllelnll
eent to W utlllllKlOH In the i IliuiRr, KiiStm.l-ter,
ustheifjiorl of his olllie fur Hie inoutli of Jaiiu
iiry, shott Unit the iMtii-ocBA iiayo more
posMBeim Its lime i-mii. D.ulv, hemi-WtiKlv
unit ekl)-tliim ull the Unlit, imblUliwl Iii
Ihe city tiniililnnl
l'llljliculiou. ! li'tic
IJv'gJottr'l 'Iinlly ...
Ho i Weekly.
117 'I Kl&tl
N W CliAilv
W eikly ...
I, IKK) !l
1M Al I
n cut II Itural
1.1 Ml J
The total nniount paid by all iniirfTt. hoth
tlally oml weekly, was 9,l7ii H, r wtitc-lj
nmoiiut tho Istkii-Olea.v iahl$'.0"0 ;i-ncarly
f.ne-llllli of Ihe whole, 'the total amount palil
In thu Tribune, 'I ime . .loutnal anil I nst , ami
Mall, oti ull their eilltioini wan &73s : ihe
I.sri ii-Orr.A.s- imht (u moie than ull 'irthem
tomUlucil. Chlcuso Inter-Oieun, Feb i"
BOX and BASKET
Alt kf nils hard unJ soft,)
FLOOIUNG, SIDING, LA'i'H, &o
Mill auil Yard,
Thirty-Fourth Stroot and
.. .1 fict ilwi) $ 6 75
I 10-tw ""'-I'l'A'Co ,,t ltili, Mo.
' ( t. Lit AM It. BMtTlt, M. V
lil. still. St I;. 'n i rultlmilli lrct, K
wivii Wii'liinloii aiennemit W alniil slntt
Ol'KICi;. Xnllh slile .if UUhlli nlm t
in Louiiikii'I.iI iiml WutliluutiuiaW'UUv.
W. DUNNINU, M. 1),
ItKSIIiHS'lt; Cuimr Mnlli nnl Walnut
Ol'l'll i;: Out. I slMliMnitiiiwIOIiloU'Mr.
ol rid; ilot iii in.iiiii.i iii. Win .iiii.i
Vulii ! tu e p in
U. W. ULAUVsT,
OH-1 CI." : ItuiUr'it lllork, (up-aldln), corntr
KlKlilli etiit ami W'osliiiiKtuu iiTrmi
JOHN II. MUI.1CBY,
MJofiH'.y til B.iUV.
i AlltO, ILLINOIS
Ot'Klth l.lulilli "tutt, ltttT"n t'olntnfl
nut foe I W n-lilnKlon nMiiui-i.
JAMUKI. P. W1IEEI.KR,
A 1 (or no y nt Iiuv.
OKt'tCK: Ohio tviv, oir roum forinerly
uceuiilisl by t'lr-t Nutloiutl tkiiik,
(. MttO. ILLINOIS
REEN i- OILHERT,
AKoriio.VH and Coiin.si'lnr.s
OKFICi:. Ohio lxu; loom 7 anil t
( Ity .National ll.ink,
Willlum It Oreen, )
William II (iitlH-rt.
MUM Frisl k oilU r' S
it!VKsliil iitleiitlni) iri in A'lnilnilly an'l
iti:i, i-.'imti: aimlnt.
JOHN Q. HARM AN & CO.
CONVKVANCERS, N0XARIK8 HOC
Land AKflntu of the Illinois Central and
Liurllncton ana uumcy it. it.
North Cor. Slntli nud Ohio Lcvoo,
i. O lA.V'lt. H ' IIOWIJSY.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE At tho Court IIou;
iiai n X3 XL jl- rzi ,'jEn,
yotm sun: or lwniru vrni:i:T.
Botwoen '.Vnnhlnton and Comuiorclal
Prices to suit tho Timos.
Wholosalo Figures, but No Crodit I
Mrs. O. McLEAN,
Next Door to Stuart & Gholson's
BETYEKN COMMERCIAL AND
HATS, Ilfinncm, rinwcH.D, I.sce. Itlblioni",
.Mil", Velvets, Ties, ltucliliiS,, Coiscta,
Kt'l (jlmto, lluslcry, Worotalg.
Alio tb "Ladies' Dress litform'
AinI ull the new styles of trlrumtn; Mlka for
hlirini; and Miinluer
S3"lhese (rood will be aobl ot icry Imv llc
ure. for CASH and CASH O.VI.Y I-D-'jOif
THE WORLD RENOWNED
Can beeen at our nfUre in betnir epvcllled,
where will always be found full nnd complete
btock. Aluo u kooiI niiily nf
Sswing Silk, lp Coltdn aai Nuil:?,
Kiry person wishing to buy n
First-Class Sowlug Maohiuo
Sliotild not fall tocalland examine ottrmacliinw
and ternu, bcfoic fiurcliasiui; tUewliere.
Wk claim for thii machine
(Irvntrr lliiriiblllly, Slnipllt'ltj', nkitl
And betlirnd.iptedfor ull klmlanf work than
miy other machine in thu lunrket, nnd will
guarunteo entile .itifjction fold ou
Monthly Payments if Desired.
THE HOWE MACHINE CO.,
Corner Commercial nvemic and Ninth St.
t-ai-tf. Mino. in..
FOIt th epily cure of Seminal Wenkne.i,
Lost Manhood and alt itlwnlers biouKht
on by ludlsci-etlona or ejeeen Any DiUK2lit
bait thu InKredleutB.
Adfiw, 1r K Ulfip.V & CO.,
l-2l d,tw-lv Cliielnnatl, Ohio
PAINf A'NDJ), BEALERS.
JOBBERS JL"A xv.cJA AILJs;ilb OF
PATENT DICINES. TOILET ARTICLES.
DRUGGISTS' FANCY GOOD8, COLLIER WHITE LEAD,
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL, WINDOW GLASS,
BRUSHES, SOAPS, COLORS, OILS.
TUBE COLORS, DYJbJ STUFFS,
VARNISHES, ETC., ETC,
itt; nr.iidt enrreipon'Hnce nnd oritern fiom Dnnrtrl'M. I'hTilclani nit (Jenenil Store In win
VV of K'nhIs In our line M.'.imboat, I'lantuCon titi'l rtunlly .Mullelne C't fumlihul or . r
lllleit with reliable Drug at reasonable rktu
WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
74 Ohio Levco.
P. M. STOCHFLETH,
Importer and Wholosalo Doalor in
Wines and Liquors
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Keeps a full Btock of
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
Iv'ELIjV island AND CALIFOHNI.-l WINES.
WM. GLENN & SONS.
Head-Quarters for Groceries !
IMMENSE STOCK! (ill EAT VAHIETW LOW PRICES!
COFFEE Rio, Laejuayra, Java, Mocha.
SUGAR New Orleans, Hard and Soft Refined.
SYRUP New Orleans and Eastern.
TEAS, TOBACCOS, and CIGARS
Finest Assortment in the West
Provisions,Flour,6ram, Seeds, Dried Fruit,
AND OTHER PRODUCE.
68, 70, and 72 Vino Street, CINCINNATI.
Wo liavo repionishod oifr Job Printing Ofiice with
many fonts of new typo nnd have orders out for othor
fonts of tho latest popular stylos. Wo aro doterminod
to establish the reputation of ourofliso for first-class
work, nud make our prices so low that tho most onthu
siastic patrons of foreign cities will bo compelled to ad
mit that wo do work at lowor prices than any othor of
fico in tho country. Mr. Oborly, admitted to bo ono of
tho best practical job printers Wost and South, has
assumed porsonal supervision of tho job printing de
partment, and will ondcavor to givo satisfaction to our
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ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
RETAIL &. PRESCRTPTIOR
WaihJnirton At., Cor. 8th SU