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Tbk dally receipt , of tlto Centennial
eibjbiUM keep It tbe Aclgbborbood 1
twelve thou wind dollar.
IHsf M tWH wU at tbe Cincinnati
Tentlon,wkrw"h abtuwd fcrUtow like
ft pickpocket" and worked like a bearer
agate bie nomination. "
A work' picture l Rulxn't
C'roclflxioa U now on exhibitiou Id Loais-Ulft.-.;
A Danish lady'worked on the pic
ture lor ten yer and . It contains tcren
millioaiftf ititcbea.' - . - '
Oxc of the IlHneia delegate" to Cin
cinnati atanda aeTen teet, alx tncbei inbia
boot, and Mtesourl delegate, Beven.toet
and two Inches. . But they could not
either I them oast more' than one vote
on a ballet.
A woMAJf anffraffe resolution w as In
trodoeed in tbe Republican convention
at Cincinnati. " The" resolution declares
that tbe Republican party remembers the
fervice ot the loyal women of tbe coun
try during the late war, tbclr devotion
in the hospitals of tbe North, and their
fidelity to the Vnion in man of the dis
puted districts of the South and resolves
that aa that party has alwaya advocated
the extension of human freedom, It now
favors the bestowal of -equal civil and
political rights 0"rf ilHoyal titi2cn of the
United States without regard to sex.
Thk German i K-puWicana, ; through
thechairmau of the National German
Republican convention recently in ses
sion In Cincinnati, presented to tbe Nat
ional convention eriea of -resolutions
embodying the sentiments of the German
Republicans of the country. These reso
lutions demand non-sectarian schools,
compulsory education, taxation ot church
property, no Sunday laws," no Know
nothlngiara ; declares opposition to all
inflation and repudiation hcrisies and
that the nation is supreme -and not tbe
tatc'' r u ' ' '
WHAT ABXKTT W4ITTS.
Two colored cltiaena addressed tbe Re
pablicau convention at Cincinnati on the
day f iti wM , , called "; to order.
While, othar speakers talked the tuuaj
clap-trap abont tbe noble ' record ot the
Republican party in the pet and Us high
purposes in the future these two orators
eacb had a definite request to male ot
tbe convention ' and stated it w itbout
Indulging in 'many glittering generali
ties. Fred Douglass hinted, in terms too
plain to be . misunderstood, that he
wanted ' ' forty acres "and , "a mule,
not for bimselt only, but for
all " bis " brother freedmcu. ' Tbe
Rev. Henry . IUguLuid Garnett t of
New York, aleo wants something: be
wants the freodmen of the South remu
nerated for the loss they sustained by
the rascality and villainy of the mana
gers of the Frecdraen's savings bank."
While Mr. Garnett was gratltled at the
announcement that bad been made by
every speaker who bad appeared on the
platform that it was the : purpose of
the Republican party to give protection
to the men who bcled to secure the
perpetuity of tbe Uuiou who bad help
ed to lift up the old flair from the dust
where it bad been smitten down by dis
loyal lands he also begged tbe conven
tion to remember that ' the men . from
whose bands tbe fetters bad been ainitlen
bad been robbed by the managers of , the
Freedmau'a bank robbed ot their little
all. He wanted "the convention
to put into "' " Itf ' ' platform
"one little plank that will give security
to the freedmenof the South, that their
suffering which they"" endure lu conse
quence of tbe rascality and villainy of the
managers ot tbe lreetlman'a saying bank
shall be set right " "
Mr. Garnett'a request wa received
with applause by the convention, but
tbe plank warnot placed In the plattorm
tub BEcrriw tr thk katio.
la a i pecch in the JIoue on Tuesday,
the Hon. Fernando jWood reviewed Uie
various appropriation bills of the present
session showing tbe reductions on them
and their present status. On the inllitary
academy bill, the estimates were $437,470
and tUejapproprUtioDS reported l,2iU.
This bill peaaed the House on tbe last day
of January, and was aiill In tbe confer
euce committee. Uu the jeu.-lou bill, tbe,
tfaUmaUs were (30,000.000 and the ai
proprUtions were IJO.OOO. 'Hie bill
bad become a law. On the cotuular ami
diplomatic bill, pie, estimates w ere $ l,-
S02,000 and tb appropriaUoua $22,OU.
This blU Lad fcUo I nl linn Hun ti early
in AprU and Uahtolo tbe conference com
utittee.; On tha fortification bill, tbecstl-
nates were (3,400,000 aud the spproprU'
Uons $ 5,000. Tbls.bUl bad become a iw
On tbe legislative, executive and judh-ia
appropriation bill, the estimates were $30,'
836,000 and tbe appropriation $13,000,000
Tbe Senate returned the bill with nine
hundred and fiity amendments, and it Is
now floating between the two Houses
On the river and hartor bilL now before
tbe i&nate Ccumfltce on commerce, the
etlmates were 14,301,000 aud the appro
priation S5,872,0OO. , Ou tbe deficiency
bill, wbicb bad beome a JaW, the ca).
mates were $2,723,000 and $'42,000 bad
been appropriated. On tbepot-t office bill,
now lu thCncruoe Com uiittue, the es
timates were $37,938,000, attd the appro
priatioM were $32,IS9,000. . The navy
bUl estimates, now in die Seuate Commit,
tee, were $30,871,000, and the appropria
tions weft (U0S,O0t.Tbe Indian bill
estimates, under ' consideration la the
Senate, were $5,T87f 9S5, and tfie 'appro
priations were (3.905,009. The grand to
tal oifU Cam; bUK abow that e t om
mJttexa' Appropriations have reduced
tbe amount , below tbe eti.
mate god tFJPW wcU)W Hipr.
priatlons for tbe present (Ucal year, All
of which is a'Tery " gatUfactory bhowinjf
of Deeaocraxleccoiioflny. as practlee4 by
tbe present Dmoecniic House.
SECOND DAYS' rP-OCEED'
INOS OF THE RADICAL
REPORT OF THE CG"MMIT
TEE ON RESOLUTIONS
. AND PLATFORMS.
an re- nm
They Pronounce in Favor of Re
turn to Specie Payment -
The Whole of the Plat'
: form and Resolutions
NOMINATION OF CANDIDATES
tho Sovontfc Ballot,' Hyoo
Oalo, Reeotroa tbe Horn- -laatioa.
WHEELEH OT HEW YORK TOR
11IK TIIIUD RrLK
CiNCiNXiTi, June 15, 11:30 a. m. The
convention is now in session and a little
fight has been had on the third rule pro
poaed by t&e committee, naml that the
platform tfuwrWu'shiil! be disposed Tf be
fore nominations are proceeded with.
Mr. Enrcne Hale, friend of Mr. Blaine,
moved to strike this out. 60 as to permit
nominations" before' the r)lrfnii. and
made a speech, which the Blame men
Mr. Hotchki.-s replied that this would
be like putting a man on horseback be
fore you ''. have the horse, t .The fight
would have been protracted and bitter
had not Mr.JIale withdrawn bis amctd
ment. Next followed an amendment,
to the rules proposed by the New 'York
defcgation that th-;re shall be a
! iiEci:9 or halt ax hoi r
between ballots. Virginia moved to lay
this on the table, and this was carried
without debate. a slight triumph for the
r . . ' ' CnEDBNTtAtS.
' CixClx.NATi, June 15. Tbe convention
has adopted alUhe report ot the commit
tee on credentials, except that part about
Alabama, w hich is reserved, and h now
being difcuseed. Cessna,', of Fensylva
nia, attempted ' to have Fred. Douglass
admitted from the District ol Columbia
instead of Bowen, but this failed and
Douglass and Shepherd were both lett out.
1 THE ALABAMA QUESTION '
was strictly between MOrtonand BLalne.
the former demanding the admission o'
the Spencer delegation and the latter the
anti-spencer, delegation.- The Indiana
speaker kpoke with eflifct and bad the bet
ter of tbe argument on the fcore ot regu
larity. Tyler, ot Ind., Intimated that the
committee's majority reports w as made
in the interest of Blaine. The effective
speech in favor of the Spencer delegation
was made by I'omeroy, of New York.
Heaton, of North Carolina, 'openly de
sired the majority of the committee had
suppressed debate in the committee meet
ing in the Interest of lilaine. The vote
has Ju--t been taken on the minority re
port, admitting the Spencer delegation.
and it was rejected by 354 ayes and 375
noes a Elaine victory. t (
- THE I'l.ATIOHM - . . .Xt
2 p.m. Gen. llawley has just read the
platform. The only interesting points
in it are a continuous and steady progrens
to "jx-cie payment ; opposition to sena
tors and representatives dictating ap
Ioiniments ; swUt punhrfnueut ' oi those
wno uetray public trunu ; no ap
pBopriation for sectarian school and
institutions ; a Urafl adjusted to the pro
tection ot home labor ; protect ion ot for
elgn-born citizens ; congress fctiall inves
tigate the effect of Mongolian immigra
tion on our industry ; reepcctiul consider
ration of women uf!rage; extirpation of
polygamy;, a deprecation, of a Demo
cratic victory through th vob; of
united South a Inviting a reotx-nin ol
tbe constitutional st tticni nti, and a com
mendatiou of Grant's aJminUtraiion.
XOTUfctt OAJ'a bl'SI'JUkCK.
'J he adjournment of the convention
leaver matters in suspen- lor another
nignt ana uay. i m adjournment was
unexpected at 4 o'clock. The convention
wa approaching the point where ballot
ings begin with btrong indications that
Uii baliiti at least would be hvl and the
nomination probabltU;dvThe tJUine
uii b aceiifttd to be the mash-re of fbevitn
atlMi, and It wai thought they would op
pose mlj.jureiinciit Hiihall thtir fctrctiglh
hey dm 6hVA it at first, but yielded in
the cud and allowed adjournment to take
plate. - The Taut is, the cofivetitlcti bad
be n In session seven hours without foo)
r water, aud was cxbau-lvd. The al
AS Al AMAt.l:
To anti-BIaine men, except in so far as It
allords little more time for attempting
combinations for his defeat. Such at
tempu are ou loot to-night. ..The city i
very miett. and whatever U . gobig
on U conducted In roiiiiu of bcad'purters
Hie reiort point to Hayes at the ob
ject or the attempted combination., tl
ucugn ix ing to unite on him aud thus
twre tne Ucjoat ol Blaine. Tbe Mis
souri delegation is an eject of interest
in these movement. There are thirty
oies in it and it is said that twenty oi
them eau lj united ou one candidate, am
twenty-five on another, neither of whom
Is Blaine, rrococdlngs ot the'tojiveu
tioa Uuafuirnoou vsere vu y animated
aud thv hall prysi-npl an impulsive
suene, . .... . ,
eu bt arUly applauded but tbe thunders
of the ' g-illery aid not oome forth
uutil Bristow's name was presented
They broke fortb with Increased force
wneu uauua was presented, and azai
w itb leas e&ct when Uayes was named,
Oonkling was warmly pplaulcd hy tbe
new luraer, imtll'wa? remarked that
no n rose to second the jiombiatloii.
AM '""thei"7 nosttlosiionj a:ecl
were divisible into two sharply fisuntf
clause, the 'emotional speeches Wade in
behalf af Blaine, Morton1, Ilay?s and
Hartranft. and the strong, bard sense
eflorta made in behalf ot. Briatow. - In-,
gerSoll of Illinois made .
thr arr.tCH or thk day.
It was a fine piece of oratory, and
brought out the applause oi the1 galleries.
Turner's (Georgia negro) speech- on
tho part of Blaine was mere
balderdash. He referred to O. W. Cur
tis as the great poet of New York, and
Ricbart! II. Dana as our minister to Eng
land. JWoodiord's speech in dominating
Conkllng was dmlrsblo for? holo so
spirited an eflort In behalf of so foriorn'a
cause. His references to the difficulties
In the way oi Republican victories in
New York, New Jersey Ohio and Indi
ana were coldly received by'the Blaine
men, who dislike no tiling so much as to
be reminded of the "
. ' DAB SID Of 1 MCTTRIV . n
Whose bright side alone they Insist on
seeing. Curtis was most cordially greeted
w lien he took tbe stand, and bis; appeal
in iaverof Bristow was earn'.! and im.
presslve. ? fy r- .-O ; -.
Richard II. Dana's speech lor Bristow
wiis quiet and sensible. ' The point la it
was the declaration that tbe speaker was
uot sure oi tfie Republicans carrying
Massachusetts with any other, man than
BrWtow a remark which was so distaste
ful to the convention that that it was em
phatically hissed. The resolution against
. ( MOXGOLUX WUIGRATIOX . ;
Was clearly the turning of. the back .on
the Republican achievements and record,
and a plain violation of -all tho logic of
thc( party. Mr. Fierce ot Masacliu?etts
and Mr. Curtis of New York made an
earnest effort to have it struck out, but
tbe elcctorlal vote ol California and Ne
vada were weightier arguments than
those "of Mr. Tierce " and Mr. Curtis
and the resolution was retained. The
resolution on the money question is ab
solutely meanlnglew. It is little better
than the Ohio Democratic resolution on
the same subject.; Still the eflort to re
place it with a' positive 'declaration lu fa
vor of resumption failed. The conven
tion did not declare in favor of Inflation,
bnt It did deliberately declare against re
sumptioni ' " V; ';'' !
i ..HLAIXU'9 OPPONENTS.
Ex-Gov. Morgan of New York U men
tioned as the nominee for vice-president
w.th Hayes, in the attempted antl-BIalue
arrangement. This, of course, involves
the withdrawal oi Conkliug. Tbe Blaine
partisans say that no combination possi
ble to be made can prevent their success.
At 10 o'clock to-night it is stated on good
authority that the Bristow people oppos
ed all schemes lor an antl-Blaine league,
on the gronud tbat tbe withdrawal of
oilier candidates and the confusion
would benefit Blaine more than any
body else. They say their policy is for
all parties to stand bard by their reiccu
lve leaders till Blaine besrins to weaken
by tho dropping off of the outsiders who
are pledged to bim lor two or three bal
lots, it is intimated that when tbe
proper time comes, ii it shall be evident
that Morton ca.inot be nominated, the
Indiana delegation w ill
OO POB BRISTOW.
It turns out that the admission of the
anti-Spencer Alabama delegates was a
success for Bristow instead of Blaine,
sixt-xii of the deb-gates being for Bris
tow. This explains the fact, not under
stood at the time, that all the Kentucky
delegates vetcd for the anti-Spencer dele
gation. Gc-n. Harlan, cliairmau of the
Kentucky delegation, ttrongly advues
gainst all combinations, and says the
only way to beat Blaine is to maintain
the situation till tbe Blaine line begins to
r.EFOkl r THE COMMIT TEB OX WmLU-
. TIOX. .
When in t lie economy of Providence,
the. land wn to be purged of human sla
verv. and when the strriiLth oi the gov
ernment of the Dcople by the people for
Uie people, was to ue uviuonstrau!, lue
- - r ...
Republican Lartf came into power, its
deed have ijajd tntn hi.-tory, and we
look Ijswk to them with rri 1c. Incited
by their memories and high aims tor tlie
ir'xxi oi our country ana niankiiio, ana
Mlklng to tbe future wan uuiutcnng
courage, nojx; ana purpe, we, lite rep
resentative or ttie party in trie imnonal
convention assembled, make Uie follow
ing - -
DEC LAKA1 1 OX OK I'KIM ll'Lfcs ;
Urst The I'nited Staten of America I'
a nation. iut a league. By Uie combined
workingA of tlie national anu Mate gov-
ernotenu, under tn:lr refpeciiveconstitu-
tionM, u right of every cituen are se
cured at boiue and protected abroad and
Hit- coiiimon welfare promoted.
.second i he lU'iiubllcan party has
preserved those government to the hun
dredth anuiveioary of the nation s birth
end they are uew cmliod intents ot th!
great truth spoken at 1U cradle, that all
men are created equal t that tiiey are en
Uowed by their Crtator with certain iu
lAiiauic ngnu, among whn.it are lilo,
liberty and tlie pursuit of happiness:
Uiat lor tb aUainmetit el these eudn gov
ernments nave been instituted among
men, deriving their rUt powers from
the consent of the governed. Until
these truths are cheerfully obeyed, or, if
needed to be, vigorously enforced, the
work or the Republican party is tin
finished. - - - - - -
Third The iertuannl paHfiention of
the southern section or tlie I nioii, and
the complete protection of all iu citiMws
m tbe tr e emoymeou oi all tin ir rlt'hts
are, d uiies to which the Republican party
Hands sacredly pledged. (Applause.
The power to provide for the enforcement
of the principles embodied in the
recent constitutional amendments is vest
ed by those amend in ant lu the congress
of the I' idled hutes, and we declare to
be the solemn obligation of the lcglit
Uve and executive departments of the
government to put into immediate and
rigorous exercise, all their constitutional
(lowers removing any ju-t cau-s of dis
content on the part ot every class, and
lor securing . every American citizen
eouplete security and exact etpialitv in
the exercise o all bis civil, political
and public rights. Applause. To this
and we imperatively detuand a congn-.s
and a chLcl executive w hose courage and
ildeliiy to their duties shall not falter un
til these results are placed beyond dis
pute or recall. (Applause.- t
Fourth lu the llr.t act of cougivs
signed by President Graut the uatioual
government nasumed to remove any
iloubu of its purpose to discharge all jut
obligations to the public en-ditors
and solemnly pledged its faith
to make provUfon at the earliest
practicable period lor the redemption of
tbe L ulled btatcs notes in coin. Cheers.
Commercial prosperity, tndrnls ami na
tional credit demand that this promise be
fulfilled by continuous and steady pro
gress to specie pay incur, liahki ana
long continued applause ami ciieers.j
Filth Under the constitution the
president and heads of departments are
to make nominations tor etuoe; tnc sen
ate Is to advise and consent to appoint
ments, and the house of representatives
Is to accuxe and prosecute faithless ofti
Cers. . The best ' biterests of the public '
service demand that these distinctions be
respected, and that senators and repre
sentatives who may be judges and accu
sers should not dictate appointments to
olllce. The invariable rule for appoint
ments shonld have reference to the honesty,-fidelity
and capacity ot the ap
pointee, giving to the party in iower
those places w here harmony nnd vigor
oi administration requires its policy to be
represented, but permitting all others to
be filled by persons selected with sole
reference to the efficiency of tho public
service aud the right of all ciUens to
share in the honor ol rendering faithful
serv ice to their country.
Sixth We rejoice in the quickened
conscience ot the people concerning po
litical affair?, and will hold all public of
ficers to a rigid responsibility, nnd en
gage tbat the prosecution aud punish
ment ot all who betray ollicl.il frosts
snail be speedy, thorough aud unspar
Seventh-The public school system of
tho several States is the bulwark oi the
American Republic and, with a view to
its scrutiny and permanence, w e recom
mend an auwndmeut to the constitution
ol the United Staff forbidding the appli
cation of any public funds or property
for the benefit ot any schools or institu
tions or any svtUitian control. Great
cheering, continued tor several mbmtes.
In response to repeated calls Geiu
llawley read the plank the second time,
and the delegates and audience repeated
. Eighth The revenue necessary for
eurreut expenditures and the obligations
of the public debt must be largely de
rived from duties upon importations
w hicb, so far as possible, should be ad
justed to promote the interests of Ameri
can labor and advance the prosperity ot
the whole country. Cheers.
Ninth We reatfirm our opposition to
further grants of the public lands to cor
porations and monopolies, and demand
that tlie national domain be devoted to
free homes for the people. '
Tenth it is the imperative duty of the
government so to modify existing trea
ties with Enropean government? that the
same protection sh:ill be afforded to the
adopted American citizen that Is given to
the native born, and that all iiecessry
laws should be passed to protect emi
grants In the absence of power in the
states for tbat purpose.
Eleventh It Is the immediate duty of
congress to fnlly Investigate the eft'eot ot
the immigration and Importation of Mon
golians upon the moral and material in
terests of the country. Applaase.
Twelfth The Republican party recog
nizes', with approval, the advance recent
ly made toward tne establishment ol
equal rights of women by tbe important
amendments affected by the Republican
legislatures, the laws which concern the
personal and property relations of wive.,
mothers and widows, and by the appoint
ment and election of women to the tu-
perintendenco of education, charities and
other public trusig. The honest demands
of this cla3 of citizens for additional
rights and privileges and Immunities
should be treated with respectful consid
Thirteenth The constitution confers
upon congress sovereign powers ovr
tlie territories of United States for their
government and in tbe exercise of this
power it is uie rigui anu uie amy oi con
gress to prohibit and extirpate in the
Uie territotiss tbat relic of barbarism
polgamy, and wc demand such legisla
tion as shall secure this end and Uie su
premacy of American Institutions in all
tlie territories. LAppiaue.j
FourteenUi The pledges which the
nation has given to our soldiers and tail
ors must be fulfilled. The grateful peo-
file will hold those who perilled their
ives for the country's preservation in the
Fifteenth We sincerely deprecate all
sectional feeling and tendencies. We
therefore note with deep solicitude that
the Democratic party counts as its .thief
nope oi success upon me esjKtorai vote
of a united South, secured through the
efforts of those who were recently ar
rayed against the nation, and we invoke
the earnest attenUoo of the country to
the grave truth that a success thus
achieved would reopen sectional strife
and imperil national honor and human
Sixteenth We charge Uio Democratic
party as being tlie nain'i character and
spirit as when it y pathized w 1th treason ;
with making iu control with Uie house
of representatives tbe triumph and o-
port unity ol tne nation s recent toes ;
with reasserting aud applauding, in tbe
national capital, the scuiiuictils of it n re
pented rebellion ; with sending Union
soldier to tbe rear and promoting con
federate holdie to the trout ; witli debl-
eraU-ly proponing to repudiate the
plighted faith ot the government; with
being equally lalse and imbecile upon tlie
overshadowing financial question J wiUi
thwarting the ends oi justice by
its partisan tuiimariagenent and ob
struction of investigation; with proving
itself through Uie period of its ascend
ency la the lower house of congress ut-
U rly incomjieteiit to administer Uie srov-
eriimenu v e warn the country against
truittina party thus alike unworthy,
rcereaul an.l aud incapable. heer.
Seveuteentb Tlie natlouui administra
tion merits commendation lor iu honor
able work in the management ot domes-
tin and foreign afliirs, and I'reoiclent
(J rant deserves the continued and hearty
gratitude of the American people for hid
patrioUsiu aiul his iutiueiiMi sui'vU in
war and in pea'-e. Cli4-rs.
cixtiNXAii, June 1C, Iialloliua was
bcfunatll o'clock, with the following
Whole number ol votes
Necessary to a choice
K OMi Ksl.1.01.
Ill 1 1; u is I,, .
Wnslibprne..;.:7.,?.. ; 1
- fOVRTII H4LI.OT.'.- '
Brlsotov-. ......... .41 20
Coukling ., '' 4
Hayes-. T ....,..t..:....7.::... 08
Wheeler - 3
1 . FIFTH HA LI Ol'.
Conkliug , "83
Morton :..t 195 '
Wheeler .'. 2
SIXTH HAL LOT. , I
Bristow , Ill
Hartrunft '. 60
Wheeler .'. : 2
fEVKNTII U ALLOT.
Gov. Hayes having received 354 votes,
live more than the number required to
nominate, he was declared tbe choice of
the Republicans ot the United States
for president. The convenUou took a
short recess, after which It reassembled
w hen, Wheeler, of New York, was nom
inated for vice-president.
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Gaud rrb liuttrr all Ike Yenr Hound
BUTT Eli IN 20 MINUTES.
LiiK-ttlo Huilur Powder U an entirely
liunuli-M articlti nuJc irnni a ccltbratoU
Kmdirti reclin", and now In dally use ly
Uiaiiy of tbe uiiMt uw4 ittriuert lu the
butler voUDiit around I'tailaUvlputa. .
I u hot weather this Joh tier luakei butter
miicb tinner and twetu-r tliuit it Usually U,
and kerpn tl from turning raacid. Jt also
remove the strong flavor of turuljia, garlic
weed, i-i ru kUlks. cotton soed, etc; and
the lut-reaseil ylflU of butter much more
)tiau pay Uie trilling expense of uaiuj; it.
S3 ! Vr Parkas.
WiioMHAi B Depot :K6 Market Ht
We have a Large Stock of the following Oils in store, in prime order,
which we oiler to the Trade very Low :
Prime ' Whiter - -
Water Mi'tEEMI SfflBK
Water White "ARGAND"
ELflJHEShe Faaily Safeguardl
75 Ohio Levoo.
QUOTATIONS FURNISHED ON
Cigoro I ; Cigapo I Cigars !
W holesale and Retail Prices !
Fnlly alive to the demand of the time, propofes tojnt hl "-'-'-
LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF
cd i :a ,i cw-
At prices that will compare With the de.-itne
r ,: i bis gootinoowii iron tne oni
, War to a Peace Basis,
And in proof of the fact would call the Attention of the Smokinor
Public to tbe following prices: Connecticut Seed from 2 to 3 cents;
Seed and Ilaranna, 4, 6 and 6 cents; Key West Haranna, 8 to 10 cents:
and imported Haranna is cents eacb. Ho means business, and will
at oven theae low prices, make a fair living profit.
His tight expenses enables bim to give the public the benefit of theso
low prices, and in return solicits their patronage.
BmoKingana chewing tobacco, and Smokers' articles or all discre
tions, constantly on hand, and will be sold correspondingly low.
102 Commerial Ave. 2d
SOCIETY, OP NE YORK.
On the Savings Bank Plan for Your Own Benefit;
Or LIFE or ENDOWMENT FOR YOURSELF AND FAMILY,
LARGE DIVIDENDS PAID EVERY YEAR !
8URPLus,.r.. ..".!....... $ 4,515,012 42.
ASSETS $29,039 087 70.
E. A. BURNETT, Agt.
GILES, BRO.& CO.
NOS. 266 & 268 WABASH AVE., CHICAGO.
VK AHU HfhClM. AOK.NTS KOll '
AND 1IAVR A KL'I.L STUCK OT
HO WAR D WATCHES
AMI AN KNULESH V.VUI"fV OV
Lwlisw' rinetiolil- Wstcb,
Uulil "rj hums,
ilTer Vest i,lmiu,
J utile Custors,
, Cakti llstkru,
uoiu j (xiiti ru n,
jrit vru h Keys.
Coral sU sml KiliKa,
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Office and Parlor Clocks of every Description. Watch Materi
' ' sis and Tools for Jewelers.
U"Evry one vUlllns CUIClUO should call at our entabluhiuent and exsmiue our llixxl."
Ths Ohtiie't Hriw U cur Mullo.
Are'S'ouCoing to Paint?
T THEN USE MILLER BROS
Itewly for uh in WhlU. and wr On Hundred Biffersui Color;, mariei nt UrirtXr prune
WiaiIsJ, .iocaud Liusrtsd Oil.Cbemioitllr couibinwl. wsi-nuiUst Much Handsomer su.l
Ohoaper, ud to last TWM K AH UiNU ss sut other psiut. 11 Jiss lukeu the irsl fmuiumii si
iweuly HUtea'eirs of the Uuiou, and is on msny tanussejl of thetliiw hoUHe in the eomitry.
ruicKs BKuyt k,p,s4Mi'LS card nun i f kk. S 1 ot. iiair ot., cieveiana, oai 3.
0WLY $..25 A1 YEAR!
- - 110 Fire Teat.
- -130 Fire Test
150 Fire Toot.
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I !. .., ... XIH
i jq. i mis
la other artlcltn, in oihe, wonU will put
7. TSICHM AIT,
Door Above Sixth Street,
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