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JOHX H. OBERLY, Editor.
'flic .State Journal Is fearful Hint .Jidl.
Davis may fccomi! rraddciit of the
Utilt-.il States. The Couritr.Jou, m Mil n
discussion with the Cincinnati OmttU
remarked : "The Fourteenth Aiiii-nd
mcnt Is valid, and under It JiHi'roit
Davis Is InellKible lo the I're.'Iilcnoy.
This opinion we ni:iliit.iliicd when the
position eot in more than any opinion
ever taught to he Indicated by the Oa
irtf." The hu'vltnble Inferi-nee from this
Is, says tlie Atatt Journal, licit there M u
tronp parly dUpon-d to m:tke .Mr. Da-
Ua Democratic Ciindldntu for the jires
Idincy, nil assertion-, to the contrary not
wlthitinuliix. And the Journal fall- In
a fright. Ilowthe.tfunioin'rrlvotiit Its
Inevitable Inference we cannot under
Wln-n Mr. Connelly, of Coles, moved
that Mr. Jones', of.Io Davles, Miould be
elected Teuiuomry Chairman of the
House, and declared the motion carried
the Democrat and Independents made
great mUtake by rel'iislm; to permit .Mr.
.Join s to -jet Into tho rh.ilr. Thvy hm
norhjht to prevent hhn Iroin pliivhij
Speaker, nmt If ho Jiml t.'ikeil the chair he
would have found It the mint iiiieonilort
ablr w.U lit i-vrr sat iirmn. Tho Home
hud been declared adjourned by the
Spenker, and many of the member had
30ncaw.1v from theehamber, ulien Con
nelly made hU ievolutlonary motion.
The Democrat could have broken the quo
rum. II .lone had taken the chair the ltc
ptiblleans could have done nothing, and
would have Mood before tho people of
the State ft-, revolutionist!.. Hut the coin
latlve deposition of tln Democratic and
Independent leaders prevented the He
pullcuis from stumbling Into till -treat
crime. 'J'hey wea- aved by the men who
would, with much pleasure, have -;icrl-tlcrd
a ikmji's i:i.r.rriox.
The gamblers and biiinmcr haw car
ried Chicago, and ailopted the incorpora
tion net of! $72 hy n pysttin of Ihemo'-t
jrlaring frauds. M.illot boxes wer-. Mull
e.l, the judges at several of tho polls were
as drunk as lords, no tally lifts wciokcpt,
challenge- were disregarded and fraudu
lent voting was made a. nsy as Ivlng.
Soglarlnr were the fraud tliat .Mc-i.
licking. Lamed, Sherman and othvr citi
zens have obtained from the court" aii in
junction rintrainhis the City Council
from declaring the rcnult of thy election ,
on the ground that it U utterly Illegal and
In speech to 11 meeting 01 i-IUciis
held at the room-- of tho Citlen'- A-sO-eUitlou,
Mr. Ikslng Mid : "1 went to
Mayor Cohln and told him that the "am
bler, pimp- and bad men were 1 mining
the city into the ground. 1 ndvWcd him
to drive them out of the ellv, but the
Mayor simply riald: -Ills no u-e; the
gnmbleiv, will gamble If llie.v Jj.iw lo
stand on (lie treet.' lio aNo Mioke of
certain houses of prostitution, hut u-ed
Mich dirty language that I will not repeat
It here, and dNgu-ted 1110 .-o much I
picked up my hat and left."
T'iMiidiiten discouraging condition
Of ntrairs In Chicago, and I the came of
much congratulation among the gam
blers, ho have, by ballot-box Mulling
and other raaillticf, defeated the better
cliws of citizens. We hope they may not
enjoy their triumph long.
Tin: NTr..iMiio.iTnr riici rn ui:,
A Mr. .John Cowdon U writing com
lnunicittions to tho Memphis .lrfair.r,
in which he Is telling what ho know
about the steamboat of the future. To
those who laugh at hhn, he says : "HI
tory repeat Itselt. The world laughed at
Fulton und Morse, and the world laughs
at me. The Savior was crucltled, Galileo
made to recant, Columbus Imprisoned,
Whitney uioubud, Franklin denounced a
n humbug, Watt, .Steven-on. ArkwiJght,
and Hargrove persecuted, and why tlien
diould .lohn Cowdon, the sugu'e-ter ot
the coming -teanibnat, hope to escape
ridicule mid abu-eV" This kind of reus,
onlng rarne everything before It, and
compels us to listen to tho enthusiast,
. loiai anu rauie.11 ciiarge, ays Mr.
Cowdon. mut lie made In the application
of power on steamboats, so that the
wheel witli about the s.uno boiler power
may have greater motion. Till, can be
lone by .shortening the troko from that
of the absurdly long stroke now u.ed, and
by Increasing the diameter ot the cylin
der and enlarging the opening-. At' the
sume time the bucket mint he lengthened
and narrowed, so that it will have more
undltiurlK.-.! water to aet on, and nt the
me time raise tw. water, every pound
ol hWt is a unless consumption 0
I-owr. 1 thU ay there vi ill ,,..av,d
Vft,!he S 'I? lower as the Lee and
.Sadie fully ,,,,
mating two barrel. w 7OT ,(
to each bucket, whu ' ,
Hons to the. minute ,m '.
wcelh, or &0I.O0O on botli ,,.,
1 WT svbwls of this kind, Cowdon eun,.'
uannot drive a hull of fomv 00,. '
sixty feet In breadth tbiough' tho water
as ibtt tk could two wh.fl, the unltel
iciijfin.il which woum bo tsmal to tho
breadth of beam. This ,H.V
-tratCKl 0.1 the last Magnolia, where, nfter
a deiluctlou of from a tlilrlv to iin......
Inch bucket, the speed W Preaed
lully three uillci to the hour. Cowlon
then proceeds as follows.
uiIia. ,or 'Ktaneo the wheel of Uie Lie
Which wo w It- in a.,.. 1.. .1, ,'" '
ilOO f . H?,..ii--"j "I to
rent of 0 mile; Z W V,(,';r
can ever aocomp ,u with n,n : .
wlda bucket mid longer', ,, nrt,ul!il
(bo 7-oot Heoye, miking, ill ', '
ttvm to Ikv mlMt to) with u-? ru,'
ml luncth of bucket of both
wheel to he equal to tho beam ; mid to
figure It out, wo will havo a wheel speed
of 37 mile lo the hour, leaving u speed of
as miles according to the actual loss, a
in theotlier case, itut to do sate, ami not
hazard a trip to the Insane asylum, wo
will oniv claim V.i nines mine, nour , mm
with thfs speed boats will have no trou
ble in making weekly trips to Memphis,
or even Cairo, nud clear S-30O0 a trip, or
$12.000a month, if the receipts only
amounted to the actual expenses of men
a boata the Hello Lee, which retuiies
12 davs to mane a 11 ip, nt twj per nay,
or SiViOd per trip, whereas this boat
would make the ttlp for 1200 mid with S
such boilers us are now In practical ii'.o
011 one of our most successful boats.
There ts much hi what the laughi-that
Cowdon say, mid It is it probability
some person will protlt by hl suggestion.
hen tills has been done and the lO eley
motor takes the place of boilers mid pon
derous engines on steamboat, the river
will again take It placj ahead of the rail
road, nudrfivlghts and passengers will
pa oer waterns rapidly, far more safely
and at much less cxpcii-e than along the
ralN. We, like Cowdon, itro 11 prophet.
and now predict Hint within live years
boats will run on our river
at the rate of twenty-live miles
an hour, without eoal-eatlug fiirna
ecs or holler or smokestacks, Impelled
by 11 power as potent us steam, produced
by water without the application of heat
or chemicals. We mean what we say
and are ready to throw at any pemon
who laughs the fact that Fulton, Mors.
und oilier great luu'iitors were laughed
at hi their il.iy and generation. Walt and
see. The glory of the Lord In the appli
cation of Keeley'.s motor nnd CowiIoii'h
bucket to river navigation) will pass by
belore many year have eome Mini gone.
ni.Mocit vnc 4;ovi:ii.vu:r i v
Nori iii'.kv mmii; imii.f.i.iM'
i:xa.i im.i; or Tt:M:ssr.i:.
In 19"0 the Democratic party obtained
control ol the .latc government of Ten-
nesee. The Democrats found the Slate
burdened with a debt ot III.OOO.OOO,
caused niah.ly by the inUinanageinent of
the Kadlc.il party trom 10.1 to ls-70. That
party had increased tlio debt sixteen mil
lions of dollar In four year, and had
very little to show for the increase.
Tennessee credit was at a very low ebb
when the Democrat lo .Sate administra
tion a. uiiied control. The Interest on
the Slate debt was not promptly paid,
and never except by borrowing money at
ruinous rates .The Insolvent railroad
companies hi the hands of receiver-, were
eo-llnu' the State S2.r,00 ner
day, or S!J12,:.00 per annum,
not Including wear and tear of track.
There railroads have been sold, and the
Statu debt ha been reduced to .-.,7,(KK),-0u0,
of which $11,000,000 I- secured In
solvent asset-, tint- leaving, as the debt
for which the State will hae to provide,
21, 000,000. The intcre-t on the debt
has Wen paid during the year ISM.
and will be paid during "l7.V The
loan account and the floating debt have
been considerably reduced, and it the de
linquent taxes wen; collected there would
be more than enough means on hand to
pay the floating debt mid the Interest for
All tin- lias been done with a rate of
taxation le than in nine-tenth- ot the
.Slates of the I'uloii, hi fact with a few
cents lower rate than In our nebfi'imi in
otitic of Kentucky, that ha 110 state debt.
A splendid common school system has
been established, and ' agricul
tural and immigration bureaus
created with liberal donation.
from the State treasury. The laws have
been enforcd, crime punUhcd and law-
le.ness suppressed In a manner hh;hlv
creditable to tho State uulhoritioi.
These facts we gather from the reports
of the State olllclals, made to the legWa
tint' at Its last session.
It may here be remarked, that Tennes
see pays less State tax hi proportion to
the alue of her farm product than anv
State In tho Union except our otvn; the
value ol farm products hi Tennesseo hi
1.S70 being $s'u,472.W)7, and hi IS7H her
state taxes s,i,o:iS,8:JO, while the value
of farm product in llllnol In 1870 was
$210,S(J0.."iS.", and the amount of her
Suite Uixcs In 1S73 was f 1,(110.51:1.
We mention thc-e facts In Justice to the
State of Tennessee and her Democratic
olllclals, because the impression lias been
made by sonui mean or other, that Ten
nessee wa heavily burdened with taxa
tion. These are the fruits of Democratic
government in the Southern states. What
a contrast to tills do tho governments of
Arkansas Louisiana, or Mississippi, Mn.
der iiadlcal rule, present! This is a
matter of home Interest, becau-e we are
largely Interested in the prnsiuTltv of the
Southern States, they furillshiiu' im n
market for our surttlu acricultund nn..
duct. A the Democratic U.lriv rrnlnc
possession of the State goveriinien?s lo
the Southern Slates, these State- will In
crease in wealth and population. Ten.
ness,.p lend- (he way and the other, will
The St Louis Timt Is to oe enlarged.
A Mr. Kwhtlcn U aetlnj: Mayor of
A war with Mexico, and the subju-
gatiim ol tli.it country, is now In order.
One of Bcecher' witnesses saw snlr-
Its f-'ood or bad. lloathi!r around the
A man by the name of Ha-on has
lately been driven out of Williamson
roimty by threat-.
-The Indiana and Illinois Central rail
road was oid a few day ago for jW.OOO,
and purcha-ud by the bondholders
lo ot ! arret.lUreav:d.,orIayorofSt.
-secretary Dolauo, havln- hi 011
malnin.h,!thlne,illl 1(llloJllllt(, lrI(MK
i,.,A Shn,,.t'W. Qulncy. It Is
EhsS: W ,H-
nfZDi',0hn Wrfw and maker
I el -l.tiow,i patent uuslicencs bv which
he. hadamas,j vcry.lu forl f ,
suddenly onthe2itl,, LouNvUie. ofcon-g'-stlon
of the brain.
-A number of person, having tlie Un
tnediuluaim,n.at,01 ()(. (nads on b)
bram, will convene t UuQUl on the
tiiuiih of July, pa3s n resolution to that
cllcct, and adjourn for drinks.
Admiral Seininoslndlgnantl vdenonn-
cc the proportion thai Alabama should
bo represented at the Centennial exposi
tion, and John Forsytho believes tins Ad-
mind to be unreasonable. The editor I in
the right ; the sailor I 11 prejudiced llro
The. Lord Mayor of Loudon will go
to Dublin in state to attend the banquet
wiileli Is to be jjlveu to the American
iilletcaiiionltsurrlv.il. lie will give, a
dinner ut the Maiilou Hou-e In Lyndon
in honor of the American lillcmeii after
the International contest.
The ex-Federal and ex-Confcdeinte
soldiers of Little Hock have Is-iiedujolnt
call for the decoration of graves of all
soldiers who tell In the lato war. Among
other ex -Federal soldier who signed tho
call are Senator Powell Clayton, Culled
States Marshal Torrau and I nlted suites
Collector John llrooker.
The following Is the sealing capacity
of flic leading theater of New York:
Academy of .Music, 2, KM: Nlblo' (iur
den, l.t'Tts" ; (Jrand Opera House,
Booth' Theater, 1.H07; Howery, 1.775;
Wallack', 1,005; Fifth Avenue, 1.520;
Lyceum, 1,200; Union Scpiare, 1,210;
Coiulquo. 1,005 ; and the Hark, 025.
Tho court ot claims at Washington
has made a decree hi accordance with the
opinion heretofore rendered hi the Ar
kansas Hot Springs cue. The decree tie
clarc that iilalntitls nave no legal or
equitable title to property, and that title
rests wholly and absolutely In the United
States. The court direct that tho prop
erly be taken, held and pn-cn-d by a re
ceiver to lie appointed by the court of
claims who shall take charge of and rent
out the same for use, till congress mall bv
law direct how the same shall bo disposed
of. The receiver Is not to be appoint
ed until a llual decreo is rendered, and he
Is not to take possession of the properly
until It ha been adjudicated by the su
preme court to be the property of the
CEKKM0NIE8 ATTEHDINO THE IMP0S-
INO OF THE BERETTA.
1 liorueoim Nrel:irle nl St. I'ntrleliN
t.ti neu mi I'n rl lei pull 11 1'iileiil
Church I'lelnlcs unit lllmilliu li s.
.r.w iokk, Aprll.ai. Thoii-aud of
spectators gathered at St. Patrick a cathe
dral till inoriilng, lo witness the cere
mony 01 cniileri liiL' the beretta on ( 'a rd -
md .McClo-key. There had Iteen an enor-
inoiis (leiiiaud lor tickets and the number.-ot
tho-o who had them found great
illllleutty In .'alnlnir entrance throii'di
the crowd-. The -tn t- hi the immediate
iieighDorliooil were lllled with human hc-
inir-. all anxious to even get a chance of
seeing the portals ol the ehureb. The In-tere-t
mauffe.-tcd wa- -o gtvat that rejirc--eiilutl
ves of the church from every part
of the Union wen1 pre-eul.
A number of front seats were re-erved
for invited guests, and among tho-c
seated in them were Chief Ju-tice Dalv,
.Indue Doiiohue. Dl-tiict Altoruev
I'hclp-. Muelalr Tau-ey, Collector Ar
thur, Hon. Tho. Muvphy anv main
other well known eltt.eus.
At twenty minutes to 11 n'elocU the
head of the proces-lon einergeil from the
vetry, A chyles leading, hearing the
pnce Ion cro nud tall taper-. Then
followed lone lines or .O.iivjymoii, who.
aner making genuflexions bclore llie high
altar, pa ed do.vn the ecnteralsle, whleii
was soon packed, when tho Mii'illred
piiet- had all taken their places, repre
sentatives of various religious order in
tlie diocese began lo emerge from the
ve-try in their picturesque habits.
When those taking part in the
procession had all been arranged hi
proper places there was an Interval of
ten minutes, during which the church
was filled with Joyous masses from the
choir, and the proces-lon of prelates at
length emerged from the u-strv with
low, measured tread. Tho audience
arose as the mugulllcciit spectacle began
to unfold Itself. The scene wa one
which New York will probable never
again witness Boy with picturesque
robes, and sw Ingliig censer and dignita
ries in datk purple' preceded the arch
bishop and hMiops The procession
was closed by the celebration of mass,
Bishop Laughlhi.of Brooklyn, cclebnint;
Hev. Dr. Mctilinn, assistant; 1,'cv. Fath
crMcdrau, deacon; Father Kean, sul
ilcacon. Then enmu Cardinal MeCInkev,
the papa! envoys, Dr. Uhaldl. Mouslgniir
lioncettland lastly tho tall figure ot
Count Mareloschci, of tlio pope's noble
guard. In his daxling uniform.
Cardinal .McCloskey wearing his rochet,
purple cassock mid inanteletla. knelt nt
the epistle side of the altar. The arch
bishop ot Baltimore sat 011 his throne, on
tho same side. Tlio olIiclatliiL' bl.lion
and clergymen stood at the altar steps
and mass was commenced. Tho cardinal
stood up and proceeded to his throne nt
the gospel side: he alono of all the lire-
latcs iircfcnt bavin-' the pastoral stuff
w hich was carricu ny anii.-.-i-tautolIIclat-
ing bIbop. After Incensing the altar
three times, w , down with the ile aeon
Hi-hoti Lail'dilln read "Inlrotl n.ell.
ed tlie "Kyrlc," and Intoned tl ('lorla
111 i-Aceisis," winch was atlcrwards sung
by the choir, the "collects" were read bv
the celebrant; tlit jiUtle" bv the suli-
(leacon, and while Iti-hop Laujihlln read
the gospel tlie cut re co'iL'ie''allnn
to tlifir Itrt. JIo then HihiiIi"! rl
'Credo in i;iiiiiii Deum,M and in a low
voice recited the remainder of tlie "XI
1 he deacon and Sllb.ile.irnn llu.i, ,.r..-
paied the sacred ve,-el, and bread nud
ine. .uereaimanie s "tJuaill Dolesla '
was sung. During this period the
acolytes again advanced with een-ers
and he altar was licensed by celebrant,
archbishops nnd bi-hnps rising and re-
nioMiig iinar mures, the priests and en
t re longregation also ri-lng. At thi
tlme the church wa- a level sea of heads
from right to left, from the saneiuary to
the doors The right, left and center
aisles ol the church were packed a- full
as they could hold with the people who
Ht-in fjiiiii niyei Manning room.
When tho bill tingled to announce the
opening of the "canon" or solemn pan
ot tho ceremony, the people standlu
made an attempt to kneel hut were
unable tn do so, they were mas-eil m
tightly together, ami the verv
unusual spectacle wa witnessed
of hundreds standing up dining tho con
secration. Towards the end of the mass,
was Introduced the curious ceremony of
giving tho pax, or tho kiss of peace. It
i not exactly a Kiss, out is an Inclination
of the heads together, while tho hands
rest on the other's arms Tho pax was
given until It pass.i ag to tint right
and left all through tlui crowded sanetu
aiy. When mass was tlni.hed ti. lnif,w.ati
pal t of tho ceremony commenced. Cardli
iiitl MfC'lofkoy rose anil kut-lt m 'tli j It-it
l.und Mdo of tlie nltar. Thu .irolibUlion of
ltiiltlmnrn i.IiiipI ilnu'ii iv..... ... '
ami knidt nt. r Ku Ma!" Hh 1 1
I'lice ros with .criTptlbli! fxcltcnirnt
und oine hail tho had instn to rroW(j up
uiaon' tlio oUugynu'ii In Uiy mivtiiin v.
Ah. Legate Mgr. lionotttl stood be-Idol
Arcli-bfillop liajiey and hi a loud, clear I
volco lead tie- iiie.-ago In Latin from'
Fins I'ap.-itohls Veueriibllls Fratcr Arch- '
bishop of Baltimore, setting forth tho (
reason which Induced hhn to confer tho
cardlnaluto oil Archbishop MeClokey
Mtl.l ... .1. I - I I. ..I l.t... 41... I. '
and at the eln-e handed him tliu brief mi
thorizlng 1 it 111 lo confer the beretta on
thlsiicwiviiniKiiutcd prince of tho church.
Tho archbishop having replied In Latin,
passcdliiu Iniel'oier to Father McLean,
deacon of the ina-s, who then read It.
Count Mcrcto'clil tneii Mtrrciulcrvil the
bei-ctta to Mgr. Itoncettl, who handed It
to Archbishop ll ivley. who then walked
over to tin.' cardinal and placed the cap
on 111 iicul, at the same time iui(ire-ing
hhn hi Latin, in L'uiluciitia Tint.
TI10uanlI11.il made a .suitable reply.
also in Latin, an I alter intoning tl To
Dcuni" returned to the vestry and put
011 the crimson i ilic ot his olllce and re
turned to tin; altar, while the choir sang
the To Dcuin. At the close ot the hymn
tho cardln.il gac the poulillcal benedic
tion, and tho ceremonies were ended, mid
the vast ounirreiMtlon paed out of the
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THE DAILY BULLETIN. !
rpili: HUI.uniN l!uMI'uiW-ur)-inurnliiu
(except MuniUy) la tl.r Uullillii llulltlhiK, cor
nt r Wmlungtun niriiue iin.l Twilrth stiwt
Tiil llLtuns Is nW l to city tubtcrlUnl.y
fj Itli fid rtnilirHlTtvctity.'lTe CVnts nWifl,
iwyiil.lrw.xlly. Ilj Mall, (InudiBiui), I(Iki
iiiiminii nil miiiitl.il, ')( llms; inomlis, .i( ,mic
inoiilti, (I -J."..
'IMIP tPPt.MI ' nun mm it
111 ft It Film 111 DUWil'J I L.
Pulill'liisl vifry Tluirs,Liy uiridn' nl 41 '.I
ir iiiuiini, invnrlidily 111 advnnie. Ill jKUi;e
oil Uu WitUj will he iirfpd'lMlliUofliT. s.,
Ilial siibscrils r w ill olil.ihi fur n iilwriil.in
ncenf fl a yrar.
1 A I I. V .
Ilu-lnus turds, per Hnniuti .'W ui
One sijiwrc, nne u-irlloti, I (j
ine (iiurr, two Insprtliim I U)
Hue iiuuv, nne u nk, jo
Diie itiaiv, two weeks am
One miiiKlc, llmr wivk-i, t 111
One npiiv, out Inuntli, 5 w
W V. K ' I. V .
one s.ti.irv, .me lii'rlloii, ..,,. tl nil
Larli uib-tsiit'ii lr.siril(in........... ut
O'0ic indi l 11 tiii.ue.
Kf'i r.iiliirnjiilirn wc ol! r eii.t'i tui hi
thiivini'iits, Ixithns In nite nl ilinrm-i nd man
air t.f display inj llnlr In ors.
t2"NntIci-s In luiMl culuinn Iiim iImI for I'll
tfii Until per line Ux (itir lu-tilluii, Twinly
I Mils u llnu for too luMitlunn, 'I'Mmiy-Flvn
Ojiits u Hue for tlirt-u liisiillelis, 'I lilny-Ir'lvi!
I.Viiti n line for one wik, nnd SeM-nty-l'IU'
L'uiln n tine for our ni'mili,
ComrunulcatiouM upou subjucu of kou
arul tuturuat to the public aolloftcd.
rCJ"AII Icrtelr liouM bcuililirsml to
John 11. otiKitLv,
I'nvlili'iit 1 :iiro lluliiliu C'uuituny.
tr'lni' 'lifiieni unit Anuriioa
Noliil Nils it, I'liif Nils it I'lnli', i;n-.
In illrcctliifr utlrnlinnto our linir.iirr clork,
Ih Inn, to Mule Hint lmc lrn luinniviisl
mill tlie Ji-ni'lry tnulu 111 Ii'uikh out lllluu
jinrs, niid&niiifrluai'wcujant8 thut Urfy
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liiiulirs tlir primmcnt of nil ncnspnpcM fful
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ll'onlile with that liruncli of the rirctilntlna
I lie Iiitlmvlnu lul.lc, ulikli Inn Ui-u titllchlly
int to WarhliiKtiia bv llm Uilrano jionlin'isttr,
us Die rcpoit of Ids naiw for the month ol .luini
ur, siionn lint lint INTKII-UPEAN iy inmr
posliiKeon U lliltHi IsslieH- I Lilly, Hl'lill-Vi, Kly
unit mkly-tlwii nil llie il.dlM publlslnd n
tin idly roiiilihil
Kv'g .Jntti M
fimt .t Mull.
'. I 1IU
I. 17 r.il
; m ts-kiy
Advinirr 'Monllily.. . r.17
!?'i , Wu-l.lv. mill
.S W l.liAdv .Monllily. . 1
1 1 it
W 1 1-1.1 y i 7111
fia e InriimrlWirklv , nils
irl'llHiiriilHV.klv , 7.MI
I") Ulonlldy - '
I ho lota) iinwunt paid hy nil papeM, both
dully und wit-kly, muh i.'.,17b .'-3. of which
amuunt the lvo.n-Orr.AM laMtUUU 21-nraily
inu-nflUot tliu uliolu. The tolnl Dinoiint paid
hy tho Tiltmne, 'llmv." Jowrual ami I'nn, ftuU
Msll, ".null tlit-lr lTtlonj w TM tl tue
lri!H-Orn.N paid tH On mole Itati all r.r lln in
lijnililnid -(.Idouio Jnki-Uitnn, Jr'th -l
'.'1 rir iam u mriTir' m t
' SMITH, M. D.
Ki:MI UN( K. So ii iiiiiiiiili ititrt, li-
tun Wuthiiutteii uuntivuii'l Wnluul Mrwt
ot-'f-'ICCi Ninth side ef lilnlilli slirvt tic-
Hum Luiniiuri ih! and Wii-iijnvtiuiim-imr
W. DUNNING, II. I).
ItlSIDlAfl;: Ii.ii.ii Metli m,.i Wnhilil
Ot'l'IClIi l.iniiri- -d!liit!Tt iiimI Ulilnlx'ier.
Otr'FRI; lllli;its I'lom II it 111. IJ III, Mid
Cijin J In si p in
JJ)It. W. ULAUW,
OKfftEi llii'ttr'd lllui'k, (ni-eta!rn) , corner
I : !k ti 1 1 1 stmt und WieliliiKtuii nri'iiue
j'OHN II. MUI.KEY,
AHoriiey tit I.jhv.
I MltU, ILLINOIS.
Otf'KHIK. I.llilfi Mrisl, U'IMcvii L'umiiirt
iU! und WushliiKlun mruui".
gAMUEL T. WHKliLIin,
Attorney at J.tnv.
OVTICK. Ohio lrv, over rootn rmtntrly
uccnplisl by first Natlonnl Uunk,
C MHO. IM.IS'OIS.
ni!):N A GILBEHT,
Aoiih'.vs and f'oiiiisoloi'N
OI'KII K lllilo !.,, rnniiH
t liy .stnli.ii.il ll.in 1,
Wlllinm if (Iikii, )
Wlili.1111 11 liili.iri, I
MIIm fii'l'k ilillwri
1 Alltn ll.l.l'.UI-.
iCj.uTi.il nlU'iilinii kIii 11 to Adliihtih) und
sit im'j.v i)i:ior.
VALENitii ilESCH, '
Htcnmbont, Hotel and Family
ANU HI.AI.tll .l
Grocorics, Vegetables, Game,
Fish, Eggs, Northern Huttor, &c.
Bfitwcun Wabhluuton unit Coiiitnorclnl
S3-UokIi ! I ii'l i. in , ' nre.
iti:.i, i.si.n. vtii.M.
JOHN Q. HARMAN w CO.
C0NVEYANCKU8, NOTAKItS KLIC
Land AkuuIh of tho IlliuoM Ooutral nuU
DuilliiKtoii ami Uuliiuv Jl. 11.
Cor. Sixth mill OMu Levno,
a ) IIUWllV.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
3OZ31lXj 3SSO?a?.TII !
Collectors and Convoyancors.
OKFICK At the Court Houe
iV.V hJ x
Prices to suit tho Tlmos.
Wholosalo Figaros, but No Credit !
Mrs. O. IVcLEAN, ,
Next Door to Stuart & Gholaon's '
EIGHTH STREET, 1
BETWEEN COMMERCIAL AND
HATS, HoiiniN, Kli.wtM.s, Ijkci, Jtllilwnii,
fillLs, Vi-lli-ls, flu, Iturhlux-i. -I'llD,
KldllloMs, Hoskry, A ursliilri.
Mm lln- "LailliV Dn Ib-foim'
And iill the new ilyli-ifif trlmmhiK !slk lor
nnrinx unu c iiiniui-r.
JfH II. K Mil', t .llll.ll.l
fCS-fliesc uoodH will hr soldnt it-rj' low llff.
uc. toi CASH und I ASH ONLY l-ll-VJIf
THE WORLD RENOWNED
dm lirnvn nt our nfuVe A3 lu-low iipirllU'd,
wlnrc will idw.iy Ik- Iniind h lull nnd complete
Hloek AUo u ;i.od tupply of
Swing Silk, Spool CoUcn and Needle?.
Uvrry f(uon wlililns tu buy u
rirst-Clu8u Sowinpc Machine
CI.....I.I ..... ...II ... ....tl I ......... I..- ....... .
I-.n ...... I,.., .... l" . .1.1 111.., I 1IJIII- lllll full, lllll' S
uud leniH, lfoie pnrelnnhia i-lsen lieiv.
' ... . i.. i... .... .......
...-I luini iui hub iiiatlillli'
Uri-iili-r Itiii-ulilllly. Sliiiiilli ll.v, nliil
i;nsy of 0ii'rittliiii,
And liilii-rim'jiplnl for all Kind of work (Iihii
uny ntlisi- inuliliin In the inaikil.nnd Mill
ininuniiv uitlre sntMariloni told on
Monthly Payments if Deaircd.
THE HOWE MACHINE CO.,
1 ijfi ( oinmtKlal iivi'iiiie nd Klulh fci
I. .1.(1 ' C.VItlO, 11,1..
JOBBERS . TAILERS OF
- i) .
PATENT MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICIiEfl,
DRUaGIBTS FANCV GOOES, OOII,LF'H WHITE LEAD,
WAX FLOWEll MATERIA L, WINDOW GLASS,
HHUSIIES, SOAPS. COLORS, OILS,
TUBE COLORS, DYE STUFFS.
VARNISHES, ETC., ETC.
l l fV. nolirlt mrtf mii'li nr anil npl.ir (mm Ii'ivl I I'l.s ileuins unit fn n.ml stonii In an
V of t-iKsl, In our lli.i' -t.n.ul 1 , 11.. 1 . t . .1. 1 I' .mil) .MHtlcliit Uni (iimlshrd 01.
IllU.l with uImMv th.isnt ns.st.ii41 U i-:
WHOLES ALK 6i RETAIL, A
7 J Oldo Loveo. I
F. M. ST O CEFLSTH,
Importer and Wholesale Doalor in
Wlies asid liquors,
02 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Kcciis u full Ht ck of
Monongaliela, Rye and Robinson County
! FRENCH BRANDIES. HOLLAND GIN,
KKLLV ISLWI) AND (UMFOKXI WINES,
U". - m. m m m. tM
viuivuiiiginiu m. iiiwiuiwjr tl
WM. GLENN & SONS.
Heaa-Quarters for Groceries !
IMMTOfi STOCK! OK EAT VARIETVi! LOW PRICES!
COFFEE Rio, LaRimyra, Java, Mocha.
SUGAR Now Orleans, Hard and Soft Refined.
SYRUP New Orloans and Eastern.
TEAS, TOBACCOS, and CIGARS
Pinost Assortment in the West
AMI linALKKS IN t
AND OTHER PRODUCE.
68, 70, and 72 Vine Street, CINCINNATI.
TRO RETAIL & PRESCRTPTI0 1
I Waohlniton Av.,Cor. 8th St.
FOR THE CttEBRATfn w T
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