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trt oa Ktt-rjr PftKt.
i i jL tll .If '.'
I iff c-T.1l xj' ' -
that the llllilo will never lio tnkcii out tliu
linUltdjrtioolR while Micro f. eiioimii of
Plymouth rock left to nmki! Hints to lire
I ho heart of true patriot. The reverend
humbug would like to have salil "to lire
the mnnket of nuro patriots lmt mut
ters arc not quite rlito for utterance of
tliatHort. 'I'hey will conic nfler nwnlle
Cumtcii (llseli)lliie. in IMS section of
the country. Is Mug enforced with en
faMiy.lMUM:h rigor.. For lindane",
only n few days nan it female member or,
a Chexfcr )Wrrti 'Mi'imlnl for
swearing. When we state that the :ig
gravftilou WAf.BplhliiK Jcm than the full
Inftrthjj stWe pljjw mid tlicfilijhi plug or
A.fYl peck of opt'bii Ik, carpet, nU-llb-cnil
christians will ngnv that the verdict
hould have been, "Jiisllllablo profanity."
A Xbw Vouk court has ut decided
that a railroad company U not repons
ble for valuables tbatnrealolon from pas.
scngcrs occupying n elceplng ear. The
court declared that, us the company bad
no lieu upon the valuable. tor the price
or iti accommodations, tli.it it could not
lie held accountable forlo?c. 'i'lio trav
eler voluntarily' availed hiinself.of what
was set before tilm for liU comfort, mid
he couhi not, therefore, cat'tlio burden
of care aud diligence upon, the com-
Fr.VAtK crtHauVr to the numtier or n
doxu or more,avllted the only saloon In
the neighboring town or ltlehvlew, last
week, bought out the establishment at
the proprietor's own figure, and emptied
the liquors into the street. The wicked
proprietor, having tlte unexpired llccnso
In bU'lihilJaml money vuontrli with
which to re-establish hhntelt lu better
shape than ever, is on the eve or re
opening with a grand free lunch and
general blowout. And thus it is that tlio
blessed crusaders arrest the evils of If
The law, trudging along far In the
rur of public sentiment, still recognizes
a necessity for tho whipping post in our
public schools, else Prot. I'oorc, of Wash
lngtOB caunty, In this Slate, would bo
deprived of his certltlcatc as teacher ot
the school over which he presides, and
be held to answer, besides, under tliopro-
vulons ol our penal statutes. This man,
ooo day hut weeli, In a tit ol auger,
flogged no less than sixteen of his pupils.
Had thU number of children been
whipped ia the Sabbath schools, no less
than sixteen suits for assault and battery
would have been Instituted. Itcliglous
instruction must not be accompanied by
blows ; but the number of blows that ac
company instruction, lu arithmetic and
geography is a matter that Is regulated
entirely Mf tlio instructor's pleasure.
The diflerenc, icre. between twccdlodec
and tweedledum Is ttriking.
A UOOD BITUUKMTIOM.
The suggestion that every county In
the couuuj ., )ke provIsIou for
the delivery or a Fourth of iuiy M4,rf3
that shall embody its history during tho
past century, or fclnce its organization, Is
a good one and should be aotvd upon.
The addressee delivered and printed.
might bo forwarded to the secretaries of
State, and by them to the secretary of
mr united sates. Congress, then,
should print and bind them, say lu uni
form style with congressional reports.
In this way we would wcurean aecurato,
detailed history or the country, that
could bo relltxj upon as correct. The
expense in earti county would, not ex
ceed $100 perhaps not more than hair
MOfUUMOX 'M hPECIi: KKSJl'MirriOX
3Jr; Morrison's Itoumptlbn hill con
templates specie resumption when tho
United States treasury contains, In gold,
a sum cquivahmt to .'10 per cent, of tho
volume or U. S. treasury notes, and
when the National banks accumulate a
like per, cent, of their circulation,
through the Interest paid to them on
their bonds. The outstanding legal ten
ders amount to $372,000,0(10. Tho circu
lation ol the National banks reaches the
sum ot$320,000,000. It Is nodlflicult mat
ter to determine the length ol tlmo that
will elapse before thQNatlonal banks can,
from C per cent. Interest on their bonds,
accumulate suflleieiit coin to commence
resumption. Tho caso of the general
government presents n more dilllcult
probum. How long a time It will re
quire to enable the government to hoard
30 percent; or$372.000,000,dcpendsJupon
contingencies which cannot, with and
degree ot accuracy, be defined. Heavy
Importations, rigid economy lu the ad
ministration or public affairs, etc., will
greatly hasten resumption; but when,
aud through what means will an Impetus
be applied? Tho national banks would,
under the operation orilorrlson'rt bill, lie
lu readiness to resume, lu about lour
years. Vrhen'fthe gcaeral government
would be ready, Is, as we have Intima
ted, an open question.
AW INBlHrCMHAtll.t: BlUilTlNITI.s
Ho infoilbjtilif .pwou I. yreutrd -to
ucny mat quite all tlio requisite of n
large and prosperous manufacturing in
terest are conspicuously present lu and
aUut Cairo. Ol this wo have convlnclns
evidence In tho lict that every attempt
that lias been made with tho requisite
capnat io enlarge our manufacturing In
terests has becu succcilul. Unlmnort
ant fullurcs have occurred, of course ; but
the WtarM,,wllhwaau exueSi uou, WMe
chargeable to an 'attempt ;t0 dptroto on
vurrrum-u money, or m It .,.
: hwfq ihf ro
lUVJri this! Iinrl),u,.., I
ill oTbecUStf"'tho nronrli-tn,'.
atMfte gto knowledge of their btul
nH( HtftotBoney toprovldo stock and
tMDle IswsB to await returns. Tliess
name ostahlhhtncnta have been operated
by moneyle? men, and a languishing
business nud n Dual "M.injlnip'' were the
result. Wo know, Indeed, or no fiillury
In this our kindred lines ol Industry'tiiat
is not dinrgcnblc. to the want or money
to make n "respettthln commencement.
The business once well rounded,
ltn Fuccess may be put down among Hie
certainties. Hut our advantage, many
as they are known to be, are not equal to
the work ot biilldlmr up n uceetul
linkup, nn nothing.
Where lltr Monry 7ninp. I riim-Tho
lliirrnti r i:nirrn liiir nnd rrltilliic
IIIkIiI llmnlrril IVmiilr Hiiipliij i'i'i
Trirlr Morn! liUnhlllllr-t.
JFroiii ntir llrgul.tr .'orir90iilcul.
KvVryboily knows tint way tho money
goes, but It is not so well known whence
It come. In thee days or llnniirlalric
prclon and pnlltlco-llnauckll ijehemes,
roiigreo ha turned Its attention to tho
discussion ol war question and the cru
elties practiced in military prl-ons. We
will hear, nlas, too much of these More
the close ot this Centennial year. And I
um turoyoii will excuse your correspond
ent for having h-lt the reporters' gal
lery, above the heated arena, to spend an
hour In the place whence the money
comes the buaa of engraving and pi lut
ing. This bureau Ir.i. eight hundred d
inalo employees. There mo two things,
says Jean Inl, that a woman cannot do
she can iicllher train n dog nor com
mand an army, llo 'might have added :
nor steal u larso "sum of money. Ter-.
hap thUhist mentloiuiil good disability
Is whatreeommeniW her here. Onu of
them passed mo with twenty-live millions
of dollars lu her little hand. What If ha
tie King should llnd employment here
and demateri'all.e wltir that amount in
her hand ?
The Initial step in tho organization ot
tho bureau ot engraving and printing
was taken lu under the administra
tion or Secretary Chae. It wn an at
tempt which, proved eminently succc -
ful, to apply machinery to tho tiiuiming
aud separating of the tren'tiryjiotes, that
vork Jiavlng'been previously executed
by manual labor. ;
At this period the public Issue were
printed by the bank note companies, in
New York city, and forwarded thence to
Washington for signature, by the proper
oillcen, the register and treasurer ot the
United States. A change of system,
however, soon ensued, forjt was physi
cal Impossibility for the ofllcers to per
form so large an amount of clerical work
in addition to the more important duties
Involved lipoli them, hnd by authority of
congress they were authorised to employ
other persons to discharge The mcrctnm
Isterial duty of atiixhig th6lr olllclal sig
nature. -But he impracticability of this
systcm'sbdifheearncappSre'nt, not only
was.lhe.toit of Issuing public securities
! . M ..
very much increaKd tticreby, but, in tuu
multiplicity of signatures, there was
found an element of insecurity seriously
affecting the public credit. Mr. Chase
gave to the subject a, prolong and de-
hv.s.j ... . . ; . .
work might bo adopted, hu was rayorably
Impressed by the Idea, ami was the lirst
one who Inaugurated the policy of print
ing, together -with the' slguatttres
of - the proper " rnliccrs,"- " the
seal of the treasury upon
all forms ot ttic public Issue. This
policy ,.;U also approved by ail act of
congress, February 2Mb, ISC', and ac
cording to 1U provUious, steps were taken
to procure the necessary machinery and
quarters therefore, .assigned within thu
Treasurer's building". Thorc soon fol
lowed, a the needs of the public service
became manifest, Inventions which ena
bled Hip trlmiMlnu "ml separating of tin:
notes to be performed by machinery in
stead of by baud, and with a very great
saving of cxpcucc. Urged by conldera
Hons thus suggested, ami stimulated by
the success of the work then prosecuted
lu the department, It was determined that
an effort should be made to do, under of
ficial oversight, the entire mechanical
work upon pnbllu securities. IJyan act
of congre's, June 11, 1&0J, this was also
granted, and prior to the parage or this
act none ot thu public securities of the
Uiilted .Stales had been engraved
or printed otherwise than by
private contract. The secretary
or the treasury was prompt to act In ac.
cordance with thu authority thus eon
fcrrod, aud at once secured llrel das'" en
gravers and all necessary machinery to
accomplish all printing required by the
government, Independent or outride cor
porations. Thus It will be seen that
w hile at tho outset the bureau of engrav
ing aud printing was nil administrative
necessity, it subsequent development
Into its present proportions lias resulted
logically from the pressure of public ex
igencies and demands, especially thoe
by which K-curlty and economy have
been demanded as chief eonilderatlon,
lu the Issuance ot public securities.
Inspecting the relative merits ot a
system relying upon engraved safe
guards, It Kerns to be settled that n dis
tinctive paper, similar to the one now hi
use, in tlio manufacture of puhllu securi
ties, the production or which U guarded
by governmental authority, Is the most
t'cnuai clement or surety. Tin; most
Important feature of this paper and that
by which It Is distinguished irom all
other bank paper, Is a localized llbre In
grained at the tlmo or manufacture Into
tho texture or the article, anil so distribu
ted as to give It a distinctive feature.
This paper Is easily recognized, aud tho
sole right to manufacture tho samu be
longs exclusively to thu government.
E'l'ho excellence and superiority ol tlio
governuientV'ciigravca work b attested
by tho fact that at tho Vienna Exhibition
lu 1672, where specimen vignettes were
exhibited, the lirst premium was
awarded to the bureau of engraving and
Tho engraving division or tlio bureau
has from thu outset produced work of
Uuj hlf kest art aud merit, mid to this
dlvbion belongs nlso the dlstlnctlou-of
bsvlnn made several Important luveutlous
whereby tliq nrt orengrnvlng ha- been
advanced and signal eeononilcs Intro
dilcctl fnlo tho public service.
,'4'ho lolloping data-will give u.grncrnl
view ol the einrravlng process : A piece
of decarbonized steel, ono eighth Inch
in thlckne?, nud somewhat larger than
a bank-note, being selected, the prepara
tory work is that ofsolleiilug it by arll-
yirlal means. J bis being ilone, It l reauy
mr the engraver. The principal en
graved work by tho bureau consists of
vignette poilralts, and the ornamental
work upon bank note, with which all
are familiar, thedemmilnatlr.il counters,
consisting of a variety of oval nud circu
lar forms luterlaelitg each other lu a
series of lines and elongated dot, thus
forming curious and complex llgure
which n to executed by n "-''metrical
lalhe, a complicated and Ingenious
mechanism, having almost kaleidoscopic
imwiT. WIiuii the ciiirraver.s -woik Is
llnlshcd the steel plate U next subjected
to ft hardening prows, after which it U
plnetHl on n trainler press and a uecar
boiiled eyllnder roll being adjusted
over It, and then submitted to the pres
sure, the roll bt lug moved backward and
forward until It has received an Impres
sion of tho original plate. This roll Is
ngahi original engraving by means sim
ply of u transfer pres. It may perhaps
bo Interesting to know that Jacob Pet-
kins', of .Massachusetts, was the Inventor
ol Hie transfer- press which revolution
lcd the art of engraving, changed nil Its
former condition, and gave It a practical
and popular recognition.
During the hi'tlWcal year thu bureau
itt engraving and printing finished nud
delivered to the treasurer or the United
States In notes, bond., and other securities-,
the amount or $10,071,137, ad to
commissioner or Internal revenue 10.",-
020,000 stamp.'. It Is duo to the manage
ment of this great establishment to men
tion, that in producing this enormous
amount of work not a fraction of a ten
cent note has been mislaid or unac
counted for. Cm.
The President Examin
ing Into Affairs in
Tho Centennial and tho Nation
al Democratic Convention.
Legislation in Appropria
Contest Oyer tho Amnesty
Question, Etc., Eta:
;ccll lu the t. Ixiuis Itcjmblicuti.
Wasiii.to.s, 1). C, January 1(5. Mr.
W. A. Moore, nieiulMir.of the Nntional
Democnitlc executive committee, has
written here that bu Is lu lavorof holding
thti convention in Philadelphia on the
1- onrth ot July, hevend uiemlien ol
congres3arc proicl.tcntly working for
lte..v.killL "''"Si illWU'rll vWCi
bv this location una votes nil over
thu country by Centennial clap-trap.
A great dual ol opposition Is made to
Cox' plan to put lu a new amnesty mil
to-mdrrow and allow a vote on Maine'
Jell'. Davis amendment. An effort will
llmtbe made to try a vote on the bill that
failed Friday. Mr. Fierce (Itepnbllcaii)
of Massachusetts said the licmocrats
could ultimately pass their bill without
letting in inaine's iimeiiumeut at all, it
thev only kept at it. lie rays that plenty
of J'cpublicuus are anxious, to vote for
universal amnesty, and they wont Maud
by lllaluu much longer.
LEGISLATION' IN' Al'HSOrillATION' IIII.I.H
A resolution introduced by Mr. IIol-
man, autliorl.Iug new legislation In aii
projirlatlou bills, will bu voiuldered in
tne committee ot rules to-morrow morn
ing, hcrr, Itandall aud lllalnu ol the
coinmltteu nil annrovu It. but will renort
It to the house, when there will ben light
over It. The-nhjeet Is to liiako reduction
in saucnes in apiiropriation inns.
tin: aun'!:sty question-.
Vi ASIII.V01ON. .Ian. 1(1. It Is sa d to.
nlglit in eongre.ssional circles that when
the State of Misslsslpiil shall called In
the house ol representatives to-morrow,
Hepreseniatlvc Lynch will introduce an
unnesiv Uill. when an oimortuu iv
will bo atl'ocd to vote di
rectly on tho question whether JcU'crsou
IMH snail Ue excluded liolii Its umvls.
Ions. It wus thulutcnlloiioi'ltepre'cnta
tlvo Cox to prepare an amnesty bill af
fording opportunity for u similar vote,
but be has not vet lucnaied It. ns thu
Statu of New York may not bu called for
uiiis una resolution-!.
ltepreicntatlous have been madu to the
president that thu laws of the United
Stales are obstructed lu several parishes
lu Louisiana. U. S. District Attorney
Ileekwlth will bu iiistrlucted through
thu ilep.'iitiucnts ol justice to bring
Illegal combination.-, is weli
as individual offenders to trial under thu
enforcement act. Thu president ex
pressed n detcrniliislloii to preserve public-
older to the extent of his constitu
tional power. There are Ihreueoiiipatdes
of cavalry and one of Infantry lu Louisi
ana, but no probability of the mo of mili
tary to aid the civil authorities.
Mr. Pinehlnck will ngalu bo In Wash
Ington this week to urgo action by the
senate on his claim to si wat.
'inn 'tiiiiMi Tr.iiM.
iM:w' oitif, .inn. 10. Tho llrmhl'D
asningiou llisoateil gives a rumor thai
ux-Uovernor Morgan of New "York imsu
jcuer in ins pnieMion irom lien, (irant,
lu which thu tirestdeiit. In illn-i-t
pllclt langusge, declares himself onnosed
to the lliinl term, and asserts positively
uiai nu win rciiife a re-itoiniuallon. 'I'ki,
e rresponucin. nowever, says It Ulmi.os
siblu to traco thu rumor to any autiieiitli
a niiiiciKxcY iiscovi:i(i:i.
it is stated that the coiiiiinii.... m, -
peudltures of thu treasury, on Haturdav
found Item of $2d.0vH) hhortago in the
pruning ami engraving UlvlHon. .Sll
periuienuent wcuirteu stated to the
coinmltteu that till S dicrcimne.v u:i; ,..
eusloned by thu approirlatlou eoniiultteo
ui urn emigres, vyiiicn compciieil hlin to
change the manner ol printing thu red
eai on mo currency, irom machine to
iiauu-woi if, winch caued Hie additional
expeusu o: more uian.i&0,UOO.
Satlstactlon Is generally felt at the ad-
jusiuicui oi ine miniiteiial crisis, but It
i nueny ueyoiu oi eutiiusiasm.
(ftlwelAl to HteM. l.o4 ItfpnWIma. 1
.Ml'ui'iivsiiouii. III.. .autiaiT U!. The
argument In the eae tt the 1'eophMS.
James O'llrlen, ti. ' Allen atut
JiiIiii W. Illckev was opened tor the
IVopleliySstales-Attoni'V ugh, follows!
by T. II. Albright and J. It. Majham
for the defence, ami elo-d lor the pvplo
by Judge Allen. Mr. I 'gh made an ev
eellent speech and w - highly compli
mented. .Messrs. Albri.ht nud .M.t lM
did n well ns any one i ihl do, ivnlder
lug this i1csm nite eae II y had. and Uw
mo to bo complluicntc Judgv Alion.
heller known ihrouulu t the Jsiato-v
Josh Allen, was In his lenient, amlht
speech was all that coiiIiIh exjnvtl ot
him. To nv that h made an ex
cellent and applicable sp.-oh. would mt
convey the expressions ot thoe who
beard it to the public rind, and would
only eoimtro it with tu'it pnd. 'Die
easo wa given tothejiryat 11.1."imii..
and they retired. Allen patnlul dflay
of perhaps lifieen mluile.s, tbe jury ts
turned with ihelr vcrlet, as follow'
"Wethejiirvllnd the dii'ndaut.trnlltv."
Slevcns trial for the iddwry ot CeuiK-u
Jenkins Is set for 1 p.m to-morrow.
ririilli nMIi-M. Am'rrw Jlinon.
Mumimiis, Jan. 1R A S(eeial trom
tirceiivllio to the .ri iA s:iv the
widow or ex-l'retd' t Andrew Jobuon
died there last nigh- at the residence of
her daughter, .Mrs I atterson. She bad
never lullv reeovred from the shock
caused by the udden death or lur
IC.voxvii.t.K. 'fun. Jan. 1C The wh
ol exdVesldi'ii' Jobnon died nt her
daughter's, Mr- Judge Patterson's, near
(Jreeiivllle. at 1 o'clock lat night, 'the
funeral will ta place Tuesday.
Tho People's Remedy.
Tho Univorsnl Pain Ext actor.
AsSc for Pond'a Extract.
Tako no other.
"Ilffii fr I will Meofc T cxu-llcnt tlilncs,'
! I nj iirlrs to fan or IleutU,
isli-ilns, siinilns, Conlu-
'rriu-liife. Cills, Ixiccrii-
i ui or incii5i is uuiiiis
Stt ell hms.llurns.SCiliU,
' lllerilliiK iiiiisi, or
IIle - HlMlnj? file,
llllllll I'llL-l. IllliaillblO I
reisia. !iwiici iw
llcswciliiiB or Soreness,
-MIIin-i or sorviuss,
i.uinisizo. ijine hick
Sore Tlirunl orOiihidy,
Ulilli rlu. Ilronetil
sjirpor Inllaim..! i;yc or
Mori; .VIpplvK, lullamul
I'lilnrul or too
.'lllh I.rit. Uvarlun
fium mill Tumors
.ii ravel onu niniuijcv.
tlutu til iitiitnt'ii, or
VlilleoMi Veliiu. Iln
, lnn;ei i r InHani'sl Wins
Ij'lcers, oiil Hon-, Inttr-
Rolln, I arliiinclr-H, Til-
. . . IllllTH. llnl Swell no
lEi L hnSl Jh,t'trUHnutl ISunlom, Clmt-
i il or Son- 1 i-rt.
'tniliii.-K.1,rii , or Sad-
UOJD. UK- Hulls.
S'eli.ii orVV'lillloiv Kront-
ci i.iiiiIm or rui'
.Sfllft'llllld IIIU-1. Innoct
Blins, tliapi-nl llar.its
I'O.V'll'S i:XTKA:r Urorsolel yull l lisl-
i hiss iiriiKKisis.niiii Kcoiniiiemiiil ny
nil llnik-rfUU, l'liyai'-iiiiu, nml evi'i-j-
IU1I.V mut inn iii'r umsi ii.
I'niilitlilel rontalnini: lli.torv uml Unit mall
ol rrifon ii'iUuui(n, ifuot In'tii'l ut your
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
New Viult mill I.mikIoii.
MT. OARBON(Big Mudrly)
Orders for Coal by tho onr-lond
ton, or in hoRBhondH, for Bliipmont
jrompiiy iiiioncioa to.
rTTo lnrfjo oonnumorn nnd nil
amnufneturora. wo aro nronarcd
;o Httpply nny qunntity, by tlio
Jiuiuii ur yuui, m uiiiiorm raton.
CAIE0 CITY COAL COMPANY.
rTMallilay Ilru cjlre. N'o 7U Ohio I.t-vi-c,
l.i-iiuiniiuy urn 'nniiiirlnout.
piitiii juiij. or
Uoal Dump, foot of Tjnty-KlKlit
O"l'ot Olllcu llniMir. i0.
'' mtMr$irrr..rrTflt r-tt
Dealer m Fresh Moats
Ootwean Wanhlui.ton and Oommerclul
Avenues, uiljotnlnif HRnny'.
KKin'fi for l!xH tla-Usl llu t, t'orlt, Mutton
. lul, Ijimb, hniiuiKu, Ac. uml la iro
inm1 U. icrvo f4mlllr in un acccitallo inuuiur
fr. IAIDITi hr.i
I I MB 1 1 Inllum or l'tli
Mil U M Viiiiiiiiniroi'iiiooi
H NEWS I, SMOKERS!
..?.'!!'.M yeivra no voucnut.l r." I an irood
1 l K.,t''Ut.iiu i:vrrylHHly kihi-I;c1 lliem.
nu ItlMtti wm nn oeeoi-ctlnctv. Oolit H
thrlrmvn. why U Ihlnr tliu nwtnir. to
iii.ii.iiii-iiii-ii iii umiihii innor linn iioviuiinioni lux, nut ion hmii Mreiilei-oxioni, io
iT-in-iiKMin inn iiiiMi in iwuiuuiMiiimmcti in
, IWliunnU. limes I'V lhll- v f ilrn.. Mj.
I iuisl s nut in lurriT-scvni ir iriil hu ili.ni
niiitii .iiMiiiy, inutciiiiir im iriuii ni nil oiiianniiiliy In unpen m -kitii U'llli 11 sin.crio'' i" uni
ttRv f- r rrnl i- mi I, i-itv. ur piUmis n
mmm mm &m Havana
llw iiwiuirvlun-rsnfeciiiHiij llir Mrt Hint Inr
IImi iHtslilirin Iijv,-n-tu lul Hit' pliii ol r.ivntlii); tin- nulnnlv, lu-liinl nfthe inlnoillv (.ui Ii 14
lm .Iln 111'- l- silliuira m.-lil mi -I the suiii tali-in llir, ( 11. Iinj r 11 li
III t.Hihtitrr 11 miirU Aiit-i In a eliy , 1I1M isir.rcnlr.itp Iheir Imiimi-, hsIiu-i llielr Iiiwih au
t-t- n , 11ml '.-"! 11 1 1 Uic ijumiiy r (lie 1 ujr,
auiiii rs. iiim im ir n 1 1-in.
Civo th.ora a Trial
Sole Agents, Cairo, Ills.
2T. M. STOGSFLE1TH,
Importor and Wholesale Dealer in
Wmes and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Kcops n full Btoolc of
Monongahela, Ryo and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN.
KELLY ISLAiNll AND CALIFORNIA WmBS.
ONLY SI.2S A YEAR.
O. N. HUGHES,
Orcr ITithnm U UM'i.
I'lret-CliuiH Odrifianlrji ripro
73 OHIO LEVEE,
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Tho uliMuttor whluli this MhmzIiio pos.
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and bo Convinced.
JOHN " B." PHIXLIS
(Succtstara tn Jolm II. 1'LlllU)
Anil Diolrrn In
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K. !. Ayna,
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A tut KcniT.il
L. D. THOMS,
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STAPLE AN1 FANCY
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184 COilMEKCIAL AVENUE.
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IVI'filS )V AliYi KINDS,
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cratic party ai now orKanlzed ihould be re
stored to power.
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I Southern .States pcrmittrd to control then
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mtnts from extorting and unjuitly dincrim
liiattngln their builncsj traufacllona Willi
It rccoi;nl7c the equality of all men be
foro the law.
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ment, .mil holiest psymrnt of tho public
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