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JOKKM. OBBMT) Bdttor.
Daju tru irJfrtoJ by tlio .ornate by a
vole oi boui two to one.
Tmk Uemocrattwmlrlptl ticket lit
Qulncy defeated tbHizon'g tlekf-t Ity a
very Urge majority.
CoNkl.l.No'a friends bare eiiiili nl an
agtntto work for lilm In To niies-v. A r
kanas and llllnol.
Coxukkssmax I.ajuii lias rrtiirneil to
Wunlngton from tksllil. ami made
till appearance In tlic Iloii'c on Tiifday.
Tub city eoimrll fire oil lt appropria
tion Mil too often. Two atiproprlatlon
bills within eight or nine month will
DeMott wishes to thow in Cairo with
out paying a license. DeMott should bo
required to put down tho license money
or go hence without khowln.
Thk Snrlngllcld Journal la not a Wash
burne paper. It la very much opposed
to hint and takes very unkindly to him
Ma Republican candldnto for governor.
Lii:nR rjttanlltlcs of silver coin aro be
ing received at the treasury department
from San Francisco. The whole amount
ordered was llvu hundred thousand dol
lars. To n,i.T thistle in St. .Mary V park, i-o
that neither man nor ticast will enter It,
Is the fctiggestlon ot Aldeimau Vocnin
It Is a good one. Thistles coU le- than
tree, grj and watchmen.
At a recent dinner parly jjIkm by Sec
retary Fish, every una piwnt, liuludliig
the president, mem lorx ol the cabinet
and the lute minister lo KijI.iikI, wan
Tub appropriation madv by lh river
and harbor bill has bcon reduced onn
million from lat year'. amount, and I
nearly eight millions 1ms than the esti
mates niado for tho present year.
Thk Ohio Democratic State contention
will beheld on the 17th of May. Candi
dates for secretary of state, Judge or
supreme court, member ol board of pub
lie works, delegates to thu national con
vention and presidential electors, will be
Moi-khu, the lellow who attacked Hell
utter he had given hU testimony before
Clymcr's committee, was tined twenty
dollars. Bell has armed liiinsott witb a
pair of Derringer pistol?, and announces
that ho does not intend to bo assassinated
by any administration bully.
Jeff Davis Is going to Europe, and all
the Radical papers are greatly rejoiced
thereat. Jeff. Is powerless for evil
whether he Is iu New Orleans, Kurope,
or the South Sea Islands, but the Kadi-
cals hang on to him as one of their most
valuable political weapons.
Ir the C. and V., and thu 1. C. railroads
are to be prohibited Irom using steam
within tho city, why should not the C
and St. L. road be Included in the prohi
bition? We do not believe the ordinance
should pass ; but why Is tho C. and St. L.
road so care fully eared for by tho coun
Wk suggest that the city council might
now change thu fiscal year and make It
commence February 1st, and pass another
appropriation bill for the tlscal year com
inenclng February 1st, 1870. and ending
January 31st, 1877. This would be three
times for February, March and April.
Gkaxt tliinks that Babcoek oinrnt now
to ask to 0 before the conpressloiial
Investigating committee and set himself
rignt uerore ttie country, If possible.
Array officers in Washington also express
me opinion mat lie is lu Honor bound to
purge himself before tho court of Inquiry
which was convened at his request.
Tut House Committee on appropria
tions have agreed to reeommeud a tie
fleiency appropriation of $100,000, to
provide water, fuel and llcht for public
buudiugs during the remainder of the
current llseal year. This Item will be In
serted In the annual deficiency bill, which
Uio committee e.xpoel to repot t and pass
this week. They iiNo nyrce to ini-cit an
Item of 100,000, to pay wltnes, fee, and
other expenses Incidental to the congr i--r.
lonal Investigations now In progres..
Mayor Wi.ntek turned (he tables very
band.oinely on the coum-il. when he said
to It: "Ucutlcmen, you have requeued
rise to reduce the police foi re ol tllt. cj ly
to the number provided by (he amend
ment to ordinate a. Thu only ex
tra officer on Is tin-. ,.U, !,.,.,., Vo
mean him, of toiiiiw. Well, ju,,'! TaMl
to Id him go ; but the .,uuaMC,. .,ro.
vldes that you may ilo so, ,),r p o
your prorcsslous, now. Tun, ,m n
yourselyes." The affrighted ulilnn,
fled amain, and we m-oni! one for llcniy.
Gi;x. KiiKMUN'oktrlcturea mi the fault),
and follies and vices ol Washington mj-
t y arc not relished by many of the
residents ol that city. The General has
repeatedly said that Washington , a bad
place to bring up a fanuly and that he
prefers ht.I.oulSM R, ,,awj 0l rC6,(l0I)cu
on Uut account. T Hlicnuan children
are nearly all "raised." There aiu t
grown daughters and a grown son, and
the rot are no longer dilidien.
Some Waahingtou ncoi.ie m..i.
General Shtmau has no social occasion
io so tkarwy ermclso Washington as
pUoe wit "to bring up a family."
r r ia as a
The llrm of N. J. Taj-pon A o nt St.
l.ouK contractors to build the Cairo and
St. I.ouls railroad, and F. K. Cauda A
Co.. of Chicago, the .amu linn under
another name, went Into bankruptcy nt
Chicago on Tuesday lat. A a matter
of ln(erel to the rltlen or Cairo nnd
.Southern Illinois generally, wc pulilMi
the lit ol their act and liabilities. A
The well-known llrm tif railroad eon-
traeiors, F. K. Cauda St Co.. of Chicago,
doing buines hi St. I.onl under the
name of II. II. Paysou & Co.. made an
assignment Tuesday to A. ,1. Averlll.
the real rslale dealer. Their liabilities
are $7:12,000. The firm havo Ixtii en
gaged lor many years in undertakings of
great magnitude. They were contractors
on the Northern Pacific railroad, the
Lake Superior and .Minnesota railroad.
and numerous smaller road. Their lat
enterprise was the. building ol tin; Cairo
nnd St. Louis railroad. In which they hac
been engaged since 1S71. and w hich has
finally compelled them to succumb. They
took their pay largely iu bonds. Iu the
panic of 1S7U, the credit ol the Cairo and
St. I.ouls railroad went down, like that
of scores of other roads. Several of the
counties along thu line that had voted aid
to the road were altcrwards enjoined by
the courts from giving their bonds. T hi
completed the dl-creditof the bonds In
which F. i:. ( 'alula ,v 1 o. took their pay,
and, after completing the road, they ilml
thein-ehes lomtl into bankruptcy.
Their asct. comprise the lots
on which the ear works are sit
uated, corner of llliie Island :ivt:
line mid Kobcy xtrccl, mortgaged for
jlO.WJ lo the Kqnitabli! Trust Company
of Connecticut; the machinery, tool,
horse, waeons etc., nt car-works limit-
gaged for $:ii),(j)0; open nceount.- anil
note, j-1 I. S7. but tlie-e li.tw? iiu
vhIiic for general eteditnr, Iik.t they
are ph.ilgeil iis eoll.itcral to secuir liabll
itie- amoimthig to SIM'-II ; J.'i lect near
the corner ol Kosulh nnd HaHctl
street--, moilgaged for 2,.''J.fO; lOacn:
ol'Janil noith ril Chicago avruueanil cast
of'f'iillfoinla avenue, moitgageil for $11,-
000; four Iiu.' comprising nlioul Unix 120
led on i bilk street, between Oak and
Iocut trc:l'', moilgaged for .iW,
000: II. I.'. raVMin'.s hoiueolcad.
corner ( lark anil Locust street., inoit-
igeil t,ir .J7..0JO; 17 acrcii on Lincoln
avenue, suiithwcst quarter Sec. Ic, 10, II,
Milucct lo tiut-(lccd ol $2,i,(Ks; ."i0 !'.',
feet on .Vorth JJaUtcrl .-licet, between
( lay and cut i.i! sticct", moilgaged for
S'.'.WMO; l.i'-'O ehan-s of stock of the
Cairo and St. Louis ltailro.ul company,
f.wo ol which uro pledged with Benjamin
Sewall as collateral security for anv In
debtedness that may be, due him ; cash,
$5,-100 iu the hands of thu F.qultable
Trust company to apply on payments ol
Interest on loan of 00,000 before men
tioned; cu-li on hand, $221.il.
In the liabilities are secured debts, In
cluding thu above mentioned mortgages,
etc., amounting to $:il;i,2'jr,.;i!i. Muny ol
tho securities will bring iullnltesiiual con
solation to their holders; they arc such
notes us thu Northern I'aclllc railroad
company amounting, to some $-10,000,
and notes of tho Cairo it St. Louis rail
road for $30,000. Tho defunct Fourth
National bank of this city Is a secured
creditor lor $2U,IKM!.G1, and holds as col
lateral $10,000 of its own stock and $-'2..
500 of LakeSuperlor and .Minnesota rail,
road company slock.
The unsecured liabilities of F. K.
Cauda Co., foot tip $1 IS.OU0.71, and aie
pretty evenly distributed among the dlf.
fcrcnt hardware, lumberand paint dealers
In this city, and bear heavily upon the
machlno shops and railroad-supply men,
one llrm alone being a creditor to nearly
The contingent liabilities of F. K.
Cauda fc Co., such as nott'3 Indorsed for
the Cairo and St. I.ouls railroad company
Tho unsecured liabilities ol II. It. Fay-
sou & ( o., under which stylo the llrm did
business Iu St. Louis, arc mostly duo to
parties in that city and .Southern Illinois,
and include some ?I2,G15.W due for labor
on the Cairo and St. St. Louis railroad.
They foot up $1C5.2M.53.
The contingent liabilities of II. It. Pay
son & Co. aro those which they have In
currcd through accommodating other
parties with their guarantee, and amount
It will be seen that thu total secured
debts uro $:ii;i,223; total unsecuicd debts
of F. K. ( 'nnda & Co.. $1 18,000 ; total un
secured debts of II. K. Paysou A Co.,
$105,2.11 ; contingent liabilities ol the two
linns $0'l,0Ui. Grand total, $722,02:1.
A IMtlllll.i: AITIIOfHIATIO.X.
Someone has blundered, and noaie
inclined to the belief thai thu "sonic one"
is our esllnubli! mayor and city council.
This statement may create Mirpr!e. but
our citizens should not forget that .Mayor
iurt anil ins alilnnnrn arc human.
Wise these gentlemen arc abovu oullnnry
mortals, but even they cannot alivavs be
The blunder into which they have
fallen i- the appioprlation bill, and It s
such a blunder as ought m attract
the attention ol nil onr tax-payer.
Sometime ago, thu city council establ
llsheil this H-cal year making It inn from
May to May ; and. as diiecleil ,y the
charter, passed u appropriation bill
making appropriations for the fiscal year
commencing May 1st, S75, and ending
April .in, imi. I or Mime mysterious
t'asoii, tli) council changed Ihu ilscal
J'r audaswebeliuvu without authority
mukiii" it run frnni .lanuary to .lanuan .
And now comes the council making ap
propiiatlon. 0r thu ,Ul.al yr:)r )a,1inl
January 1st, Ih7fi, and cnillne- i)r.mtu
3M,87li. How S this Sr Appropriations
have been ali.ady made for January
Febi nary, March and Anril. 187U. n.
now tho council again makes appropria
lions for these same month, . We object
io mis uouuimg piocees. It is hard
enough to pay oneo. Ill, Honor, Mayor
" '"ler, ami uis Honorable council, do
not understand the temper of the people
if they believe wo will pay twice. j
the itrstM.r in o.NxeiTirrr.
Tho (itatejltiiiiler tinds cause lor much
rejoicing over the result of tho election
hi Connecticut. So do not we. "The
'people are at last," exclaims thoteinrrr,
'a'wako to the shameful corruptions, ex.
'travaganee and fraud ot tho Republican
'conspiracy, and arc lieglnnlng to push
'thieves to the wall !" How the llryisttr
draws this conclusion Irom the result or
the Connecticut election wc cannot under
stand. Last year, belorn the e.xposme of
Republican corruption, tho Democrats
carried Connecticut by a larger major
ity than they are now rejoic
ing over. How can w e explain this Im.
portant fact? This year we have lieen
able to say to the people of Connecticut:
"The Democrats have exposed Radical
'corruption. We have proved that the
'Radical pai ty is n party ofthieves. Vote
'with lis'" The respoii'e has been unsat
isfactory. Our majority lia fallen oil".
In other words, the people havo replied
(q u : "It l tine you have exposed
'Radical corruption, but wo can't trust
'you. In face of the tact that you have
'uncovered thievery, fewer ol us will
'vote with you this year than last."
This Is a response that proves, what;
Iu our opinion It proves that the Demo
eratle party has made mistakes that have
overcome, lu great measure, the effect the
exposure ol Radical corruption has had
on the public mind. The people would
rather endure itclkiiaplsm than lieu
Hilllsm, would rather endure Grantim
than Jell DavisUm, would rather sutler
from Babcoeksin than embrace ( on
fcilcrallsni. These aro plain words, but
they are true ones, and not until the
Democratic party learns thu force of them
and condemns Ililll-m not until It learns
that the results of the war mu-t be ob.
served, can It hope to secure the
confidence ol the people. It cannot, as
the I'eqistrr would have it do, carry water
on both its -boulders on every qucctlon.
It cannot hope to lc;il into power by the
policy of .-ncakisni -by saying: "Don't
Mall, mi loud. Let us say little. Let us
not speak until we must. Let us cry
' 'thief!' and conceal Intention." If the
Itrghter would, it might learn fiom the
remit of the 'oiinecticilt ehrtiou le.s-ous
of poliili.il wi'dom by which It might
.ii:ih;i; iai ist i.i mi: .sorni.
Thu .strength ot Judge Davit a, a Dciu-
Oi'ratle candidate lor thu prc-ldcncy be.
comes more apparent ccry day. This
is pai Ocularly li ne in thu .South. Iu that
section of the country, Juilgo Davis Is
iiuiiiislakalily a popular candidate, and
will. If nominated at St. Louis, draw to
his Hide a host ot supporters ot all shades
ol political opinion. The Vlcksburg
Smtin'.l ot thu .'td lust, contains a letter
from Washington, written by Judge A.
Uurwell, formerly an iiillucntial citi.eii
of Vleksburg. He expresses in it thu
sentiments of a large class ol conserva
tive Republicans, wiio have become es
tranged from the Republican party, but
who will not act with the Democratic
party unless It shall show wisdom lu the
choice ol a candidate at St. Louis. Judge
Uurwell enumerates briefly tho qualities
which recommend Judge Davis
as peculiarly lit to occupy
the presidential olllee : his age and pliys.
leal vigor; habits of simplicity lu living
and expenditures; integrity, decision of
character, and llle-long devotion to tin
Union ; opposition to all fraud and corrup
tlon and to unconstitutional anil oppres
sive measure and his advocacy of hon
est, economical and legal administration ;
and lastly his sound mid conservative
views on the currency question. Speak
Ing for himself, Judge Uurwell says :
1 have been alwavs. and am now a
Republican, but if any party places thu
name of David Davis, (recollect not Jell)
at the head of the ticket, 1 will support It
ami so win many Hundreds oi tiiousauil.s
who agree with me. I deslru to see a
president elected for Ihu Union and the
wnoii! country, iielle.vlng David Davis
to no an anil more tuaii all 1 havo tie
scrlbeil him. he will receive my earnest
The naval committee of Investigation
have taken thousands of pages of testi
mony concerning tho workings of tho de
partment presided over by Secretary Rob
eson, but have not yet elicited any satl
factory explanation of Robeson's trans
actions with tho firm of Jay Cooke,
McCullough & Co., In 1S73. Tho facts
arc, knowing the llrm was hi a
wavering condition, Secretary Robe-
sou lent to it a million and a
half of money belonging to tho
navy department, seven hundred thou
sand dollars of w hich are still owed to the
government. Nothing that Secretary
Robeson has said or may say can explain
away tho bu t that he misappropriated tho
Hinds of the government, ami that the
government loses largely by his impru
dent, not to say, dishonest u.-u of the
trust conllded to his hands. If Secretary
itobcsou can be accused ol no deeper
wrong than an error of Judg
ment In his dealings with Jay Cooke,
.McCullough ,v Co., It was an er
ror which no man in his position had n
right to make, mid for which there Is but
one adequate punishment. That thu
(tecretary was noting with the knowlcdgo
ol President (ranl, furnishes no excuse)
for lilm, and that he has tiled to escape
the consequences ol his acts by conceal.
mi-lit and equivocation, adds io their
turpitude. The Republican press, almost
without an exception, insists that Robe
sou has been guilty not even of In
discretion, but the facts and the ligures
are against him and by tlie-e hu will bo
The attempt to lay the blaino for the
tlellcieucy ol the apjiioprlatlon for pub
He building lor tho Ilscal year cndlnc
Juno .'SO, lt?70, on the Democratic lloiiso
Is a specimen ot Impudence that could
only be exhibited by tho Radical nartv.
The appropriation, which has irlven out
at the expiration of three-fourths of the
i car, was made by tho Reiiubllcan con.
gressot b75; that- it has given out
inns early Is attributable to one of tlic-n
three causes: The appropriation com-
miuco mat made It was stupid and in
excusably Ignorant of the rcqiilrcmenls
oftbecap; Die oillc.aM who used tie
r ' . .... ...
iiumh-v were, e.iravag.ini ami wasteim,
or, the Republican dlsluirsers of the fund
fitolo part "of the money ns It passed
through their hands. One of these three
must bo'the reason for the giving out ot
the appropriation tlircf months before the
expiration of Hie year. To attempt to
saddle the responsibility for It on the
iJciuoernuo House Is a piece ot partisan
trickery that will tall to the ground from
thu weight ot its own meanness. Repub
lican Incompetency. Republican extrava
gance or Republican didioncsty. Is alono
lesponslble for the failure of the appro
priation for lights. I!rc. etc., Iu public
buildings, to last during the year.
Pitr.smr.xT Giunt Is reported as being
very angry at (he rein'al of the senate to
conllrm Dana's nomination, regarding It
as a sign that that boily.lierctofore servlley
obedient to Ids wlslic', look on him as
a waniug power. Cameron, Morton and
Logan voted against Itona. Ogleby did
not vote. Conkling, true to his chief,
voted for his nominee. The president's
anger Is so deep that lie has refused to
nominate another man.
C. N. HUGHES,
Oter Katausi ft Uhl'i.
"VTONE but nt-Cli CMui'anlt ittc
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ROBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
The lU'l.l.irriv nrlnttnir
rpcclnlly of 3(111
SlulPiiionl, VarU, VAt: IOol nt tliMr prlffJl
."null iln- Mil IimiIs, .i-r 1IW ei oo
MHlliiiiinlpMUIimiN, i r thniiKnnil It 7i
All on foiirtirii iauiiil flKr, I'otll.'lo InllM,
niliil Iwn ronM jxr pnuii.t Mphrr Mini ui.fr
il'i.l liy any oilier otllro-nilhl In nhlrrnl Hie
liilllt KTl.illy Tor thin tiflliv
SUitrinchls. L'ntlynlc. r Hm ...f I u
I-rltcr Ilrml', (jirl)Hli', r IKii t !fi
otr llr-.vl, (,'orl.Vflc, r Hn 3 mi
VlalllnKcnnl rr arkasc ..
IIii.Iiic. mill., .N.i. I :l-ily llri.tnl tii.ntil ,
iwr 1(M 'J ,vi tn 4 on
IltiMnrfK ivinl, No 1 lilnnk, irlO"0 3 nn
Umrtor-i-litl, lmlf nliM t, fii.lnI ami Ihnv.
slMliofll(r, ami rolon.Mrl. IhIuiv SI l.oiii
1'ainiihlrt, Hook Work tint) Trier I.Utt inuili-
BYMrlm-ofiin exrcullon to m illtvi'ltil liy
lln-rlrrk nf llipclrrult court r Alrxainlir
county. In llir smic of llllhul., In riiorir Ur
I'vniilffil tlic "Inlcorilllholiaiul nKalnit llrno
Watjon Wrlilmml Amlrrw.l. Cork', I linicln
leit liKn tlic rullowiiKf ikvi'illx-J irniirrtr, In
till county ol Atetamlmiml Stole 01 Illinois lo
w lis Tliriulliijru.irli rorrclloii iilnr C'l.lii
tniTiifhlp focntivn (II) fotitli, raticc two (2)
ctorilir3nl I'. M. in tlic county of aIpxdii
ilriml Mule or IIUiioIk, kikI alto lot imniU'ful
tlilrly-tlv (.ft) lu Mock nuinbtml clfhtccn (IU,
In tlic lint u'Mlllon lo the rlly ol Cairn, coutilr
or Alexanili r mhI Mate or IlllnuU. a. tin iiroix'r
ty of the aalit Henry Waton Wrlil,wlilrli I Mi ill
nlTd nt I'ulillc .-iilo at the oiilliwi?t ilooroT the
court linu.p In the city of Cairo, In the county
of Alcvaniler ami StJleorllllnolson theVDtli ilay
of April, A. 1). UTU. ut t lie hour of clevrn
o'clock, u 111., of AHl 'lay, for cnsli, tn ratltfy
tatJrxtcutlnn. Al.EX H.lltVlX,
. Micrlffof Alexander County, Illinois.
Calm, Illlnol", .March 2llli, lTn
AVIicrcai Stcpticn II. Want nnd ivlfo by
tlielr deed ilatcil Marcli l'.'lli. 1ST:!, and
recorded 00 pace i'i In book "()'' or Trtidt
Deed", in tho Itccorilcr'nolllcc of Alevamler
county, UllnoK roincyol to the unilor
ilirnrd, lotn iiuiubcroU tlilr:y-icun (.'IT) and
thirtv.feliflit in block nuinbrrcil twenty
nevcu(!!7!. in tho I'ir-t A'ddltlon to tin; city of
jiro, iiiinui. in iriM, to cctirc thfl pav-
nicni or 11 1 crinin note therein dcscribeil.
Now. umlcr the moil. loin ni mM . 1 ..... I . ,Ip.
fftlllt lia llll. lienll m.'li.n In 'l.n .tfmnttl nf
xaid note. Ihc iinitersincd Mill offer alil
rropeny rur kuic. ul miction, to tho lilclictt
bidder for c.tIi, at tho Court Hoii'-ii door,
in the city of Cairo, lllinoi, nt o'clock
p, 111., of .Monday, April Kih, ISTi!, lor the
purpn.c of salil triii-t.
AI.KIIIMi 11. HAKKOItli,
Trustcv ami. Mori -:i"i;e.
OllKKN .V ClI.llKIIT. Allornnv..
C'aiko. lu." March IT, 1BTH. w-'lt-d-lt.
No Belts or Bellows.
WILL WELD 3.IN0H IRON.
.lint what U wanl.1l. eni .1-i.nt atamii for
circular lo i:.MI'H!i; 1'OltlAlll.i; I'UIIUKCO.
J.nor, N. . .Vlf
Ten jcaraiiKo 3lesrf . Uco. 1'. Itowdl A Co.,
ealublMml their nilTirllsIng nprncy In New
VoikC'lly. Five ji-jrs n?o they absorbul Die
business comluctetl bjj Mr. .lolm Hookt
nnowattht-ilriittogolnto tills klml ol euter
prlse. Nowlheyhac the aalitfactlon ol con
I rolling the mott etcnlie anil complete, iwlitr
tlalni; connection which haa ever Ikcii Mvunil,
ami onenhich woulil lie hurilly ioklMe liiiuiy
other country but IhU. 'Ihey lime nicrwUM
worklnf? ilown a complex hiiilueis Into
thoroughly 11 syiitenmtlc methoil that no cIuuri
iu Uienewrpjersyi)triiiol America cim m-m,
nollie, while the wMet infonrutlon upon nil
topics liilerettliitf lo mh erllters Is pluwl irwlily
nt tlieiliapoHHlolIhe public.
NEW YORK TIMES .... n. is:r.
Cross and sickly children.
Im liiarie bittllliy ami atroiiR by lesruUtlnK lb!
alninacht and bawelii ultli I'natorln HI. n,...
eir.-clive than Castor (Ml an;l la m pleasant to
v " " ""'V . ion '-OIH , ."sour .TlOlllttCII
normxumi i.omieneiia, mere H nnthlii)! luex
.sir... , iii.it 1 11, , n.iuim.
AXT1 XT virill rm, aiiftVit.
., J r ; J fion.icheii
limtlsm, faiiriiliH.Stia ,loln,SiveIiimfii, Dunn
N'aliNor Wi-ak Hack, when the CiriiAiir l.lnl
unit alforila certain n-lier. .Many article soolli
pain ton certain extent, but Centaur Liniment
ctiies. 'I he hlte I.lnlmint Is for the human
lainlly, the Y(llow Liniment la for horsea anU
ll.tmilxlirut.. Ills . .Inn I.'.. KTil
AV"'i"'C now nilnini; a ury auperlor article
1 "Vcl")!' tri"'v "IU loail nfwai bushels
......... ..iiijnr uioiiei, oriHO IHlHurb IIIH
1 t 111 I t" fl k fa jijiiiIj fa ...u t..-
MduIiio liuen erv i.tiiuiiiir uril.-t.. .. v...
Coal wlilcli we Will ifiliii r on li-ui k ill aiitcen.
i' 7 wonuri ier ear i'" iinliils. rurlles nut
.... .. n i, i,i ,u,i win i-iiu iiiuu 1 . m mini 011
I.IUlllll Uttft. LlUM.n I ...n..l..l 1 ... . '
HKlonnvenuisi, uml U- Mipiiliisl it) reasonable
I11-111. Mr. W1111I will .il... '.I..II,..- . i.i3 " r
n.,.. ...... rtC.I... V.l...i . t,JI lV
l,oii.,,,.i ?; , lrcar loan, muk-
Jas. A. Viall & Co.,
""'"in iiji VUIII )()
f .e?.hl.-,;0ij at ij W .VrVr." ""3 fSU r'
STRATTON & BIRD,
AQBNXS AMERICAN POWDER CO
57 Ohio Levee.
GREAT BANKRUPT SALE!
1 hv thla lUv op.uaa at tiolJ Hlan.l of J Uuir. with a
Full Line of Furnishing Boods and Notions !
Which I Will 84-11 at 1'lfcTUKi.WevurBofor. Ottoi-.d tdthl.Olty.
THESE GOODS MUST BE SOLD WITHIN
Ami trnTiiuy art. thuMaot ofu Or.iit WboUualu lluiikiupt UlocU. it will
B 2&ony in Tour Fookt to Buy of XTu.
GIVE ITS A CALL.
Remember tho Place J. Burger's Old Stand, Cor
ncr Ninth Street and Commercial Avenue.
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS
74 OHIO LEVEE.
In Stock for Spring Trade:
Strictly Pure White Lead,
Pure Linseed Oil,
Guaranteed Boiled Oil,
Artiste' Tube Paint.
Best English Paris White;
Glues of all Grades,
TERMS ON THESE GOODS CASH ON
J. T. WARREN & CO.,
Impolicy !iml .lubbers nf
Foreign Fruits, American and English Picklos, Catsups, Sauces
t iiiiiK-il Mi,im, li, Hi--l. Urriiniii I'roiliio-.
Soup Stuffs, Condiments, Flavoring Extracts, etc, etc..
Orders by Mail Promptly Attended to.
64 and 66 West Second Street, CINCINNATI.
Are Tou Coiag to Paint?
THEN USE MILLER BROS'
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ii.,.V?''y foV n.lV Wlilto, nii'l cui-r Ono Hundred Different &
it?S?sfei?ViJ?.rS,.". .S l.lnt.. Itlm
celiit of one dollar, (pout imlil) or nelc copies
ul IS renin each.
7i. , .1" I, iiiniiiitii nny iicwh
lU-nU'i'in Hu- HnltiilMntva.
I liiirr iliiyi-Iuetrumt'iilal .Tom llrown
iiiiwii wiiervuiu vioiimb limw Wenlcrng
U'lu.M ni.Llr.-l.inn I.,.. I l.la II....
1 Im CoIIckc- (Mlckilrp Modilunl
'I lii-re'M a letter in Hie Canillf Cooir
i'j iteuuy iuiiikihi null
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,t . "tuvB. uuirrn iu jivnj , 11 HCIirrK'K, run
miieri,,tVi Third Avi-nuv. N, V. -.'.r.l(;iii,
m Endless Variety
Rnln. n,.l,.p, i....
NORTH SIDE OF KIOJITIT STREE1
Between WtuhtnirtoD and OommoioUl