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THE IfAILY CAIRO BULLKTIN: FllIDAY MORNINd, DKCDMBEU 12, 1870,
Riusai Orri'ic, i.
Cim, III.. UwTfiilM'r 11. jt.
Bar. Tbcr'iliim. Wind. Yd Weather.
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"u.r(mnn7Ti'iniM rniiiri'. hi: lllulmnm Tom.
pr'i)f, His ; Kuiulall, U.UOIucli. .
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Surg'l Blirnal Corn. I'. f. A.
Oldet Jewelrv Hoihp In Southern Illinois,
r.MublMtril In l.'iiil.
Jit( 1! -reived ami Constantly llciciviuj: at
IM. A. HI J )E1'S
No. 1W Commercial Avenue, near tith St.
JlagnifieeiitIiamoiilsand Fine Jewelry,
Cameo. Ouvx, Coral and Plain Setts.
King. Necklaces. Chain ami
Bond Bracelets, Watches.
- Chains, Studs, Sleeve
(Void Pens, Selh
ple and Quad
Ware, Sterling Silver
ware. Knsifoe anil Pease Pi
anos. Mason & Hamlin Co.. and
Kstey Organs. Brass, String and
Hoed MiiMnil Instruments & Trimmings.
llo not full to In-pcvt hi Slock before pur
"lle uuiirawee to sell at New York, st I.oul
or Chirtkito prii i". No necoily lot' fending from
borne lor tine and cheap good.
tSOrdiTu J'xprc and Mail solicited and
Fine Jewelry Made to Order.
T HAS NO KQUAL
Housi: (leaning Purposes, for
Washing Clothes, for
the Bath. etc.
.No Arid, XY l.imt.
.' u DimagroenbU' t ulor.
Xe Ptt'iili. Iiiv:iIii;i1iIi.
COALI N I
COAL I NK
For Wahln!; Clothe It excel everylhin;;.
r Clt-anius Taint there i uolhli!; like it
1 '.'! Washing Dihi' and Window it in cm .client.
COA LINK .
i VrClcau!!);; Step (Stone or Marblcl it ave Lilu.r.
CO A L I N E
1'ur the Ball) it Iravcx the kin oft nud w)iilc.
l-'or Clcanlus Carpet II will remove dirt slain.
COA LIN K
l or Ocncral Hoiicliold Clcunlii; it Ik !nillpcnablc.
Will n.-t injure any fabric.
I cold lij the Agent
Also by .1. H. MTICALI'.
CATAIihll. TUK CAI'SK AM) ( I KK."
A I'aniplilcl byltr. Ci..os 1'iuir. of '.'l! Stale
i.. Chirajjo. In-. Tratt I ihe Author of the oy.onc
Treatment for Catarrh, and In thin hew Trcutlu In
i.-vcaicd the ei ret of hi auccc In the Heal incut
of a dii ae, tu v bich he Ln iclvcn the study of a
f iu' time, raniphlct aeht on receipt ol 3c lanp.
t I.I, A1VKl:TISRMKN'lS lii thin coliiiiin. of
aA tlv line each or lt' il! lie piihliahcd fori-)
eni every Inwiiiiin; 1 month, l.sn;:) month with,
ml chance, f l.Oti p.-r month. Kadi additional
'. liic. A ci-lik situa:lon wanted Iree.
Dwelling liou.it on Ijih treei. between Walnut
and Cedar, all In sood condition. I.ule residence
if K. Vincent. For particular apply nl in v red
I' nee on corner of 'Ut and Walnut Mrccl. '
M C. Ilitiiitcit,
thiap lor cab Onc-ecii oi-luve phuio. cowr
nugflooi; In ood oti'.er. A. A. llAKJJtl.l..
Kltiij tevl cujiravlna;, Tor ule, Cannot bu
I'liui'lit of the pulilifliei- for to than Jlfi.iHieach.
Will be ld hhkIv lor JfHi.HO each, or the I'oiirfor
'"i"11"'' 'I'"', '"'i'1 t.TiN bipdery.
Owvi.iutnd iun:larra of Ileal Ktntc In Cairo
-liolilil t..'m. m..y havg a food title. I ion now
i'lcparcj tu tnrnMiabnti-ac.ti ut reiiMinubl rate
V M. ICASTKIfDA V.
Oflice In Court llinie.
A crlii ol No.'JI.oihlc. cupa ud lower rata
Vnrtly worn. Inttiiiitalil for pi.Mcror prouiunune
work, cotinivtluiiuf brvvli.Unie primer. ka. "real
Vrlmer, panmnu Mid cUuh'c vutfMi lutu'ra'anil
tiw full and complete, witlmut apace ;nl
I'lIRlSTMAS AND NEW YKAIS'S
Wlmt would lie a more unimipriutp il't
o t friend than h jotogrnph from Win
t rrV S;illcry.' OnlyW few onlem enn lie
lith' l, mo conic early, ,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
KMIIItKO AT TIIK TOST OKKK'K IS CAlllO
1,1X018, AH HlXONU l l.ASS MATTf.K.
OI I'ICIAL I'APEIIOK ALESAXDEIt COUNTY
Only Jlorning Daily in Southern Illinois
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Wc hold over some local matter for to
Pope, Hardin and Calhoun are the
only counties in Illinois that have no rail
A new crossing was yesterday con
structed 'across Commercial on Sixth, ac
cording to our suggestion. Good !
This cold weather has a tendency to
convert the mud, caused by the late-rain,
into decency and dryness, and hence we
This cold weather is a "God send" to
our butchers and they, to a man, arc now
smiling smolcs that the peculiar charm of
cold weather can only induce them to
Died Abigail II. Wood, (laughter of
Dr. W. Wood, nearly seven years of age,
December 11th, of rheumatism of the
heart. Funeral services at the residence at
1 o'clock p. m.
The meeting of the Woman's Christian
Temperance Union at the Reform Hull
yesterday afternoon was only moderately
well attended, and, we believe, no business
of public importance w as transacted.
The cold wave has come at last but it
has had no etfect on the '"Faultless" unless
it be to increase its sales. The best 5 cent
cigar m the city. Sold by F. Korsmeyer,
Ohio Levee, corner Sixth street.
An udditioii is being built to the
Herbert building on the corner of Tenth,
and Washington. The appearance of the
building is already greatly improved and
when completed will be a credit to that
portion of the city.
Mrs. Zohn and Mrs. Iioscoff of-Mt.
Clements, Michigan, cousins of Mrs. J. W.
Cannon and Mrs. Wm. Mellale, arrived in
the city yesterday, and will spend the hol
idays with their relatives here.
--The llefonn club meets again to-night
in its hall on Tenth street, and arrange
ments for the presence of speakers from
abroad have been made. The attractions
will lie various and the club's new organ
having arrived, good music may be ex
Mr. Dan Hartman's new business
house on Ninth and Commercial has ju-t
received its coat of plastering at the hands
of Mr. McEvfcn and in the course ot a few
days will receive the "w hite coat" or "finish
ing coat." About a hundred square yards
is the extent of the job.
The reading of Miss Belle' Gafl'ucy in
Ihe Atheneum, last night, was listened to
with much interest and pleasure by a very
fail audience. Miss GalVney pleased her
audience entirely and the numerous plaudits
she received were, the expressions ol sin
cere admiration of those present.
The many friends of Mrs. and Dr.
Woods deeply sympathize with them in the
loss of their iittle daughter, Abbey, who
died yesterday about noon of t we are in
formed) rlnitnalism of ihu heart. She was
a bright child of six years and her death is
a severe and sudden' blow to Iter parents.
In compliance with the petition of the
Hibernian tire company, the space between
the south side of the company's engine
house and the sidewalk on the north side of
Thirteenth street is being filled. -Gorman
was yesterday superintending the job and
it will, as it should be, well done.
The old rlatbout used during the epi
demic as the inspection station is still at
this, port and lies just below the. Illinois
Central railroad wharfboat. The follow
ing is the sign which is visible thereon and
which wc feel like expunging every time
we sec it: "(Jtiarantiue Inspection Station.
National and Statu Boards of Health."
The date on which the 1'et'oriu club
ball will be given has been decided upon.
It will be given on Tuesday, December
23d, the object being pleasure and the pluc- I
ing ol money into the club's treasury.
Every ball yet given by this club has been
a decided success and the enjoyment at
their balls is always universal.
Mr. John Marnel, is engageil in can
vassing the city with the object of obtain
ing advertisements tor a "Holiday Adver
tiser," which he contemplates publishing
ti few days before Christmas. .John ought
to receive the proper encouragement from
our merchants, since his "scheme" is a good
one, and he doubtless will.
Mr. Tony (Vila is' confined to his bed
byxi severe attack of inflamatory rlu'unia
tisin. His limb, hands and feet
are swollen to an unnatural size
and the pain he endures is very severe.
Not long ago Mr. Cella visited the Hot
Springs and, after a two week's stay, found
some reliet and returned to this city, but
the lute damp weather has caused a te
lapH'. The.old sign which was formerly visi
ble on Fourtei'iilh street, between Walnut
and Cedar, and which created
much amusement to those who passed by,
has disappeared since the death of old man
Brittnh. It read : "Whiicw'asjyng done in
liest stylo when not professionally engaged.
Apply within." This wift e understood
when we remark that Brittou was by trade
a w hitewashes ami by profession a minister
of the gospel.
Mr. H. Meyers' wholeiale tobacco
fctore, 80 Ohio levee, was night before last
broken into by thieves. The cutanea was
effected by boring the pannel out of the
back door and prying thu lock from the
iusidc door which leads from Bross' oflice
into the store. About six dollars in change
were taken out of the drawer, but beyond
this nothing was missed. No arrests have
been made so far, and w e believe there h
no clue to the thieves.
The Holiday Present, by Mr. Joint l
Marnel. will prove a big bonanza for the
merchants, who are buying space in it. A
mammoth edition printed on forty pound
book paper will be issued, and Mr. Marnel
assures us that it will be circulated in a
judicious manner where it will do the ad
vertisers the mot good. The advertise
ments will be interspersed with choice and
select reading matter, and the paper will
present a neat appearance with a tine calan
dcr of the new year ornamenting the first
In this quarter we fail to see any par
ticular boom of the Grant movement.
Grant is probably the first choice of one
tenth of the Republicans here for president.
Yvt, but few have any serious objections to
him, except that he has already had two
terms and there is a general impression that
this is enough, and some other good men
(at whom there are an abundance in the
Republican party) should have a chance.
If the General could be induced to visit
Cairo it would, ot course, materially in
crease the boom here.
Col. Lowry is oil' to Peoria where a
protracted temperance meeting is being
held, and his absence will probably be of
a week's duration. The temperance people
of that burg were extremelv anxious that
he bepresent at their protracted meeting
and make the opening address, and having
his heart in the temperance work the
Colonel responded to the urgent call. He
is a man of brilliant mind and irresistablc
eloquence, and that the citizens of Peoria
will be delighted with him personally and
his efforts, we have no reason to doubt.
On Twentieth street, between Wash
ington avenue and Popular streets, half
stands, half lays an old frame structure,
which is too ricketv to be inhabited and
dangerous to the adjoining buildings. The
citizens of that street wiio care for the
appearance thereof should petition the
council to have the structure declared u
nuisance and have it torn down. Or, per
haps, if the council has the authority, it
would not be amiss should" that august
body interest itself in the appearance of
the street without being petitioned so to
The organization of a minstrel troupe
is now being effected by some of our young
men with the intention of giving a per
iormance at the Atheneum on Christmas
night, the proceeds to be donated4to the K.
M. K. C. The object for which the per
fonnancc will be given is one deserving of
succrss and we hope our citizens will ex
tend the boys the proper encouragement.
Since the treasury of the Krew is in need
ef replenishing, perhaps no better mode to
accomplish the desired and, could be sug
geste, than that adopted by these young
men. The organizauization will be coin
posed, chiefly of the members who form
erly composed the Taylor Literary society.
In Paducah, a man named Tom Lyle.
is buying, at a low figure, all the live rats
he can find, and proposes during the holi
days to put them into a pit in numbers to
suit the occasion, and test the ability of
the numerous rat killing dogs of Padueuh.
One dog will enter tin; pit at a time and
the dog that kills the most rats at a given
time will secure a premium. Spectators will
be charged 2o cents admission, and will be
provided with comfortable places to wit
ness the slaughter, and the proceeds will be
applied to the purchase of horns, etc.. fur
the benefit of the Garret band of that
wretched burg. So we learn from the Pa
Quito a number of complaints lmvc
been made to us of late that Tiik Bcm.ktix
is being stolen from our subscribers. Three
complaints of this character came to us
yesterday and we shall be under the neces
sity of taking immediate steps to remedy
this matter unless it shall nt once cease.
We know that Tiik Bi.'u.ictin- is a desirable
newspaper and that it is worth a man's
place in heaven to be the possessor of even
one copy, but its desirableness is no excuse
for tin; thieves. The names of several sus
pected parties have
placed in mr
hands, ami if the stealing of Tiik Bcm.k
tix from the doors of ur subscribers shall
continue, al'tci giving this warning, we
shall be under the necessity of working the
matter to the bottom and bringing the
thieves to gnel.
WASH WHIMS AND IIAI.LIDAY HUMS. SPAN Of
Mt l.KS I.OSI: TIIKIU MVKS IS TIIK MISSIH
HI 111 .
Wash Weitns, who for some time has been
driving Halliday Bios.' will team, yester
day, while attempting to water his team at
the landing of the ferrybJat Three-States
drove too far into the river and the mules
loosing their foothold, sank with the
heavy wagon 51I river and nil under the
J Try bout.
We'uns is n colored man of family, and
lives, we belicvc.on Twentieth street.bel ween
the avenuos. We tiro informed by a man
who saw him twenty minutes before
the accident, and who had a conversation
with him, that Weims was under the in
fluence ot liquor at the time of the acci
The two mules were largo aael powerful
animals and it is hardly probable that they
were unable to hold the wagon while going
down the levee. The more reasonable aup
pewition is that they were urged on by the
man w ho was under the influence of liquor,
who did not realize the danger to which ho
was exposing himself,,
We arc told that Halliday Bros, had been
offered five hundred dollars for the mules a
short time ago. but refused it.
After several hours of search, the wagon
and harness were recovered a little below
the landing at about dusk, yesterday. The
body of Wc'nns has not been found.
W. N. C. T. U.
The toilowing facta about the Woman's
National Christian Temperance L'niou are
sent its with the request that we publish
their., ami we take pleasure in doing so.
In fact we could not easily refuse even if
we wished to (and wc don't) after the
l.eatly turned compliment in which the re
quest w as embodied. The note that accom
panied Wiem says: "Thcjr were sent by
Miss Willard with the request to have them
published in the most influent ial paper in
our city.and of course are immediately scut
The Woman's National Christian Tem
perance L'uion, with its ".'; Auxiliary Mate
Cnions, is the largest society ever composed
of and conducted exclusively by women.
It is the lineal descendant ot the great tem
perance crusade of lS7:i-4, and is a union
of all Christian churches tor the purpose tjj'
educating the young, fi ruling a better
public sentiment, reforming the drinking
class, transforming by the power of divine
grace, those' who are enslaved by alcohol,
and removing the dram she'p 'from our
streets by law.
In prosecuting this work, the National
L'niou has organized the follow ing
On Teinperunce I.ltuiature.
On Vlaitntion of Liquor Denier.
On Temperance Hible Keadlii).".
Visitation of Teinpc'ance Keiirfioua Ilodn .
ItcfonnatoricH for Women and UirU '
lntroduciliij Temperance Itiatriictinii in College.
imlnarie. ami Public School...
Temperance lu Sabbath School,
I'libiinhluj; Committee of (Jur Cuion oiran of the
Ob indiielnj; Employer, aad Corporation to re
cjuire Total Abntineiice In Employe.
Introdm ln Temperance Column in Local l'p'.
On relations of Intemperance to I'nuperi'-iii and
(iji exieudini; our OrL'iiniaiioii In the South.
(in Friendly Iun. Temperance l!entauiaiii ai d
Prison a'idJail W ork
Young Women' Work.
Work atiiona !ndiuu, Colored People and Cbiie
Work oiuoiii: Sailor.
Ou i-ecuritie National Cumtni'iion of luijuin into
Cost anil liesillt ol Liquor Traffic.
O11 accuriii!! a Day ol ' Prayer for Teinperauec lie
form iu the Week of Crater.
On Parlor .Meeting.
Through the ellbrts of the earnest wo
men eiigaged in this society great gixxl has
already been accomplished. For live years
the entire service rendered has been gratui
tous, ami the average total receipts have not
exceeded one thousand dollars u year.
In view of the'tiiispi nkable need of just
such work, the good already accom
plished, and the Utter inadequacy of the
funds received from the state auxiliaries, an
earnest and prayerful appeal is hereby
made to all who have the temperance cause
at heart, and who have been blessed with
money, to help us with their free will offer
ings, which shall be duly acknowledged
through the columns of Our Union and
conscientiously applied to carrying lorward
the work of the society.
FUANf.lS K. WlI.l.AIII). PlCMdcllt.
Y. M. C. . Building, Brooklyn. N. Y.
Klegmit line of dress and trimming silk
of all shades and qualities, nt greatly ie
duced prices. J. Bcui.Kii.
A tine hoie, spring wagon, harne-s; all
complete. Apply at No. SO Ohio Levee.
WE II A YE ON HAND.
100 pahs ln.4 White Blankets, which we
will sell for '. 0() per pair.
TlILTIhDAV EvKSTNO, Dec. 11, lbTII.
The cold wave has struck 11s at !ut, lid
lowing the heavy rains of the early part of
tin.' week. The cold is not very severe tor
the season and the ice that has formed in
shallow places is very thin, but there is pros.
pects of a still heavier freeze.
The river is crawling up the bunk nt the
rate of nearly two feet in twenty-four
hours. Business in river circles is lively
with plenty of tonnage and freight in abun
dance. Rates south are tlrni and unchang
ed. KLOL'll The feeling is stronger if any
change, and prices have an upward ten
dency. Holders are very lltm ami stocks
HAY The market is still' ut an advance
of "0 cents to $1.00 per ton over last week.
CORN Quiet and easy, Mixed is dull
and the demand for white is not large.
OATS Prices are linn mid advancing.
MEAT Steady with a little better feel
ing and tinner price".
BUTTER Receipts are liberal, the sup
ply large and market easier. '
EGOS Steady, demand for all receipts,
CHICKENS Plenty and dull.
POTATOES Dull and unchanged.
ONIONS Good demand.
GAME Considerable inquiry and none
HOGS The packers take all that comes
to market, both live and dressed, at quotations.
A Mei-iy Xinas.
Little early perhaps, but you know I am nlwu AirrcAn of
, others in Everything.
.For M.'EN AiN 1) BOYS.
LOWEIi THAN THE LOWKST.
A tfood heavy Shirt ami I )nivei .TOo a suit,
A lino Merino m " 1,59
A lint) red 11a unci .
Fine Cashmere wool, olive.shirt ami drawer. M.OO asuit
A line Silk llandkerchiei; 50e.
Linen Collar. -1 ply, latest styles. .,)0 per do.
A heavy British half hose, M5e per pa'r.
AlineKnitt -Jnekct. l.OOeaeh,
Also a lull line o(' XI0C.lv WKAU at extremelv J.ovv
All the aUve Roods are WARRANTED to he first chrss,
and ns low as tin- small dealer can buy. Call and see for
yourself at ,
A. MAHX,(5 1 ()hiol,civtM.
Sales and Quotations.
NOTK.- The once here iflveu are lor ale from
rlrt hai,d! lu runnel lot. An advance I
rbarcfd for broken lot in llliin order.
J l hbl Varlou .
IOO ' Choice..
Uln " various..
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I cai choice ' tiuiotliv
'J cars Hed Top '. ,
:icar Coiiihuhi Mixed..
I car 1'rtiine
'.' car. I'riiue Timothy..,
J car soud nilicd. ........
I car Lilt Kline
' car hue in hulk
curs mixed in hulk
-! cars choice, in hulk .
1 car hulk
.' 1.1:1 Hood in Imlk
4 cii.- in ack
vl liliU City, nni'-r lot-
It) llhla I'llr
!'J0 lit"! s Cuiiiitrv
I car. ii- e. ,,
j"i Ihc southern lltinoU ,
5(ili..i hone Northern
juMh. Choier Northern Tacked
4'W Ihi. Chieei; Noriheru (toil .
T l'k. choice Northern
:'M III". VVic-.initi
Ti I'Sopk mi ted. poor
a coop mixed
.'coop. ! J -11
.'1 coop mi led
Iiie.id pr !l
Lite. 0 i!n.. per do .
.71 hlil. fancy
Till ( lioice Wine .sal
:i hlil. Choice Michigan
no hhN. Varieile
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Yen, Mm. ( :in;,i-K. .
Wli.l Turk-. ...
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Ham. caiivaed S l!..,
Ill: Y SALT MEATS.
S T linn,
Si. .lolin $i ;o
,.li UKiAB HI
Dill HI) KUl'IT.
Tea. he, halve and iiiarinra
Choi. c m-iiiiiiu. .
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l.iiw Leaf 4 nrnift mi
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Tlehald svriipier 7 ilK.IS HO
lli'luht Wrapper Id (an.o.v) 1111
Medium Leaf 7 in, 7 1x1
ItATIiH Ol'" ritKKiHT.
N'KW Okhanh- I'loiir
I'ltn tul freluhl . .
Wav rreluhl below Memplil. '.'.'i ccutt nor
hundred; 'M eeut per hhl,
It's just so with My
Missouri iiKi'i injcAx.
ItS KliJUr aild Kin Momim
i Democratic Princiidesjind tlw
I I nrnviwf.- , H.t IV.,
A .Journal for the Hume Circle, the .Of
fice, tin Store and the Counting
Boom. I'r.t-ii. 1 it Hill attend i.'.e MlrtM.il 111 KKTt'B
LO AN. urx.tluk; the m.ilce of encinle. and tfc
rualry ol competitor. it eour.e continue onward
and upward. Wholly iincat!-d, It ha ' pa-4
tliroiifjU vtr. roiittiratiun. era or hu.ln. d -
iircMiou. political pro.criptloD and period of puh
lie corruption; RU,t ,J(lW , p,,,,,,, , lt .,1l lM1
MTtalhc. pricres-ivc, honorahle record a as cart,
cftol iif;:rure. Tli:mlerer. w.jemer. dtMurhfr
of the pr ice. detnner of Ihe linod barm- o! Ibe
tnte and their klltd will I.e ified n heretofos
Iho.e who ai.it to Imild up. promote and adtanc-e
the coniincn-lal. maiiufai-tiiriie.' and aifncuili.ral
tntere-t ut the Misi.iitii 'a!lev ttill , a.,
plauded and eiicoura-ed Vli It K 11 I'.I.ICAN ll
aim to nnifi- and inane olid the peac ful. unt j.ur
tUuti. oliject that miii-t bertaller utxv the tti n
tlon ef the people u! ihe V..t and .s.n.lh. It will
i ck to allay m-clional lnl!erne, intt.-ad of arraj
ini! n ctlou aualn-l im tiuu. It Kill nr asa'.nt
Kadicallmn olall ort. holding that the li-t clur, '
Del i lietnerii the utreine.. I( Hill ot)K he
pudiatlnn and adtiK-ntc onely In regard to rtet.t
It ttill lator a nonud currenev ufttcieiit for the
purpoKi a of hinineci..and aulted alike to the drh
or and creditor cla."e, It tt ill t.-adily ad-.ncat.i
attention by ths ceueral itotcrnnvnt to the fah;e t
of land atid water transportation, at least to'the
iioint of eiiiiality In In half of th cttou with l:.e
North aiel Kat. In the Trealdetitial canvas of
lssrtit Mil support the nominee of the national
Iieinocratic contention, contldent that thev il! be
vtoriht ; and vtith theiime heller it tt ill 'promo!.
the iiccen of the HemiM.r:itlc candidate for tati ,
ciiiii'n-sf lonal and local ufllce.
Tim, ttlth a programme in accordance with th
hed priniiple.of v.ar. and with a mii-.lou to Ii.
lorm. to educate, the l:KTt III. K AN rut forth i'
Tro-p-iti. for issii. ah tn,, ,.H1 fri)m (U.rv
ijuarter. eiceiitini' the merely eiiatlonit and
prurient from the .liiriu. and' purlieu of vice a'l
Ihe hest cuneiil lileralure-the mo-t careful aU,
n liahle report-, ot poliiical. cominen ial. tiuancial
and Idea! event the Important doin of ronun
and of the tale leeislature-together w ith edilui a)
comment hv a corn able ttrltara-vtlll i-inin,. i,.
he il leadinii leaturei.. Krkud of the paper, tt h
feel intere.ted in the circulation of oiirjd. Co:.
i -ertatite Hi niocrtitic view, and who appicciat
rellatile. pain- takiiiK Kumiiv .lournn;, ur,' repe. t
fully aked to exert theiiiselt'e in Hit- fvta t I i
their scleral ii'-lli'iorhood..
'Ihsei'iptitui Price of the Kepiihlican.
Im hidlnir Sundat. per vi-ar. . J!" --
M'llhout Sunday.' per year .
DelltereillU the city. Uteuty five ci-ni p,'r tt. e
TT.Y W'KKIILY .
Motni:tv. U'ednc-dayii. Friday. p,-r yt. . . :,(.-)
One Dollar Per Anuum.
The Weekly KKI'l IILK AN coliiiiin. the ere.,.-,
ol all the new of the Daily and Try Weekly td; -linn,
and Is cipcclully edited to Kiipplv the want
ol country reader, lu order thai there rati be ut
exciiKe lor not hat-In" it ou uccuunt ol cot, ttt. nosy
reduce, tin., price 10 ON'U iliiLl.Ali per tear.
All uhcripllou ure payable in advance, aul
ilicoiitlnued at the end of nine paid lor.
T Kit MS TO AO E NTs.
TostiuaMer mid othermictltiK n aienl fur tht
cliculalln of the KKHl III.K'AN tnav retaei
ttvenly live tier ceut. on all Niihscilptlou to th't
Daily and Trl Weekly, and ti-u per cent, wu i:h
erlptionto the Weekly.
HOW TO SKXI) MOSEY.
Hemlttiince may lie made by d 111 If, money nnl.-r,
or reeiatcreil letter, at our rink, (live' TOST-OFl-'IcK
address in full, iuclacllti atatu ami
county, and uttdrc
GKOKGK KNAPP ii CO.,
St. LonLs. Mo.
OUM)UY, MACHINE SHOP AM)
A STEAM FORGE.
v r pj i 1 0
Vulcax Inox Works "
0.1 OHIO I.KVKE. CAIK0. II I.
John T. Iennie,
n A VINO olahlllied In w ork at thr above men
tloned place la bctlitr priipared than ever foe
uinnulactttrltiR Staatn Knuinea and Mill Machinery.
llovlim a Bteam Hammer and ample Tool, tim
miinuliicliiro of all kind of Machinery, Kallroal, f
BtenmboHt and Uridyl I'orclnu made a'a'ieclnJty. 1
Kpiulal ftltontlon (,'lveu to ropalr uf h' liiea nud
lira CaatlnK of all kinds made to or Jut
Vip V ttlnit lu a.'l lt hrauchea.