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1 II K tx'LLAIl WEEKLY IIULI.ETIN,
Jnhti II. liberty. Co. tiate reduced ihe lib
rrii'lmn price. f the Weekly Cairo llilletln in
0 VMr 'fr. iiiUM. making it in cheapest i
rrptihllshel in ,niithTn Illinois.
Tiik Sliawiicclown (JnvJtt tloclarcn
for .luJgo Davis for president and (Jon.
Hancock for vice president.'
Mr. Ci'MMlNS, of Massachusetts, one
of the Labor Reformers recently in cs
fcssion at Columbus, Ohio, is guilty of
high treason. Hewiyn: "Do not put
another jacknss like the present one, in
the white house."
The Indianapolis Journal don't like
Uovvrnor Heed, of Florida. Wo don't
wonder at it. Anv person who has
been in high favor with tliu Grant ad
ministration ought to be a suhjec't of
suspicion, even by editors.
NehiusKa only h is four powniors
at present. Tlie stale lias been put in
this singular position through the won
derful workings of radicalism. One
radical governor lias been found suffi
cient to get things in a bad way in
many states. How Nebraska will como
out, after an infliction of four, is one of
the mysteries of thn future,
The news from the French provinces,
says the New York Ifrrald, continues
to be of the nost unsatisfactory charac
ter. The revolutionary sentiment is
everywhere evident, especially in the
south of France, ntitl the authorities
find it becoming more and more diffi
cult to di.-charge their duties. Some
time since it was reported that n large
quantity of munitions of war was dis
covered at Lyons. This report lias
been subsequently confirmed. In the
capitol of the llhonc the revolutionary
committees are as active as beavers, and
arc making converts to their doctrines.
No matter where we look througlrout
the French republic, we find matters
are getting so complicated that n politi
cal convulsion, more or les revere, can
not be much longer delayed.
cB-'V Ktfliow m .iiim-svillc, in n tetter
I ni girl nt OsiiUsli. told Jior ft .. to
cold down tlinre that llw mercury couldn't
oe zero without n telescope. Tim confid
ing creature, in reply, Muted tbiit tlioy
managed to worrv tlirotich nt Oslikosli by
bunging their thermometers over their
wells, tho mercury seldom tank more
than -10 feet in that tropical region. Tlioso
two trusting h-art liuve firm confhlunco
in i-scli other' vrrncitv.
Tlu Stokiu caso lins hoin contin ued to
fJeorg'i Si'hncMcr hung himself Tues
day in Louisville.
If on. (! joro W. Julian, of IntHitim,
decline to run for congre.
Sweet's hotel, Orund Kipitls, Mich.,
wus partly h'irncd Tuesday night.
Win. "Wood, nunaiing editor of the
Brooklyn Kigte, died Tnesdny.
The Oltlo state fair for tho next two
years will ha held at Mamlleld.
Potter, thn exr-hook murderer, Utobe
hanged in Now York, March 22J.
Mrs, Wondhull, In n speech in Now
York Tu-,cluy night, said Clirit wit u
-Th Wisconsin Sonnt eoiiiniltteo re
ported the Cjngretionnl iinportlonmcnt
I). C. Uig?,' -, i,imif,tctorv, Ortar
'trett, New York, hnrncl Tuesday niglit.
In. 1.11. ..1 u. .
J : T "n Tuesday nieht.
m Sctu.u .... m
nd will ut ncc rears.uUr
Tim marrl.gB or Murqul, Uuu , .t.
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U announced to tuke place couti.
Thn Nuw York dulegnte tu the j;u.
uoimi ubor Lonetitlim ur InHrueitd to
vnto for Wendell Phillip. fur U,u Vrcil.
Tlio Indiana liepuhlican .Statu Con-
veuiion met Ihur.dHy in Indiiiiiap.du,
The dolegHte. aro rcparted nearly utiani.
inou for (!rant mid Colfax.
Tliulnn tpim of the Mtisuuri river
bridge Ht Council Illun", Iowa, wus com
jilctcd Tuesday, and trulim cromed Thur
day. It i tho largett high bridge In tlio
A iJIAU llEfUTAlIO.V.
One of the best features of the times Is
th t even tho negroes of the ninth are
spewing out tho cnrpct-baggiiis. Hero ii
w hat a South Carolina, negro named l)e
lany hns to say to Guv. Scolt ;
'''' iouulte ?' Hi"'
Siit'i-I iivu the honor herewith to re
sign mv twltlon at nld-de-camp, with thu
Vrt'. ',f,,,'uul,jn",'t colonel, or,' your statu
raetl the moil palpal,',, have dovolopcd
themse vo, to such cUH)l mtu
not, with respect to uM ,, , ,.,,"10
the cal so or my race, Mml u, p,,co
genoral, lon-cr continue th., rolutton with
out aconipromUo of prlncipW. ,l"
nave me nonoy to lie, sir,
w. sfix jtox li:t7 :u.
TUT. (IIIA C HMll(!M, S I l.l.l i.iit It,
W.iinro.v, D. C, Ken. 'io. '-Ku-kluxl"
( t be the radical baftle-cry In
the next pre'ldcnlial cnnipulgn..Thullrft
potltlcnl move was tho report ot tho com
mute on nflairs in the lnti Insurrection
ary tutrs. which w th pn t"l fr Intro
ducing n hill to extt'tid the authority urilio
president to Misprint thn writ of hnhrax
curiiM until ilia -iiii i'i .uariMi ,n;xi.
li -ii .this unc.oi.t.tiitl.iinl power wu
HrH placed In the hands t' Oeriferal Orili',
Its object wii. laled i. r, to ulinbln lrin to
carry the south by pint lug doubtful states
or seeti ili UliiW mnrlbtl law. To break
tho lorcu of th.s objection the timu was
limited to a, short period, with tho inten
tion, now mnilo munifoit, of extending
thu time until inauguration day, to that
Unitho mcantimo the election can be car
' r.i t... 1....1. i.
rieu.uy irauu or lorce, ur oulii coiiiuiueu.
The indications nro that Frank Hour
knew "iho man on lioricbnek," as l.o
tcrmod Gen. Grant, better than most people-
TIIK 1II.0NDE DKKE.VDS II tS )t A8TKR.
Conkling, tho "Iirutnincll" of the senate,
yesterday opened bis oracular jaws, and
spoko tli r eo long hours In defenss of the
"mcis" and tho administration. Ho
wished to provo thai thu "mess'' had not
made, ns charged byl'. .Sumner, $2,600,
000 out of tho sale of arms to France, and
that the administration had not violated
tho neutrality laws. Hut ho appeared to
forget his mission, and pitched into .Sena
tors .Schorr, and Sumner in a manner
truly alarming for tho senatorial 'vSir
Charles Coldstream," and forgetting all
about tho "mess" and neutrality, not only
read tho "cabal," us he called tho radical
reformers, out of the party, but hinted sig
nificantly Mint Schurz and Sumner would
soon he playing checkers with their nocs
through thu burs of a prison, for holding
communication with n foreign govern
ment with tho intent'to effect tho settle
ment of disputes, etc., etc. To-day Carl
Schurz will reply to tho vuporings or tho
Juck.n-dandy, who, though n man of fair
abilities and a good speaker, thoroughly
debases himself by defending tho eyc-soro
who now rules At tho white house. Kvcry
time Unit Schurz, or Trumbull, or Tipton,
or the blundering Sunnier speaks, it is an
other nail driven into Grunt's political
I.i the house, yesterday, when the mi
nority report of the ku-klux committee
was presented, it raised a storm; objections
against its being received at onco caino
from tho radicals. The report character
ized the conduct of congress and tho ma
jority of tho commit'.co as "tho grossest
outrage, and tho foulest calumny over
perpetrated,1' &c., and nlso referred to
Ulysses as thu "imperial master." This
was too truo and cannot bo borne In si
lence, and again the report was most
damaging, and, if possible, should not be
permitted to go out along with thu major
ity electioneering report. Objections wero
mudo by tho radicals, nnd tho democratic
member defended their report. For
about llfteen minutes there, tcro nhiilf-
dozen mem'jers speaking at once, while
nearly tho wholo body wuro on their feet.
In vain did speaker Jlafuo nip Mi gavel ;
a moment's pause, and when 0110 member
began to sp.-ak nt least three more joined
in, ami again down would como tho ppcak-
cr s gavel. Once, in despair at tho pan
demonium presented, ho sank hop)csly and
almost helplessly In hU chair; hut nerv
ing h!melf ho again arose, and by dint of
hammering, at last out of chaos brought
order. The radicals were in a dilemma,
If the report went out, it would do them
inllnito injury, and iftho.v voted not to
print it thero would not bo an Independent
newspaper in tho country which, ns a
matter of news, would not give tho special
extract', nnd probably rellect on tho ma
jority for stilling tho voloo of tho minor
ity. After consultation they concluded
to accept It, provided tho language Is not
in violation of the rules of tho house, nnd
after nil their indignation tho words will
no doubt remain unaltered. This j an
other democratic victory.
JIUKKINO (I It A Nl',
The senate committee on elections hnvo
decided to report in favor of giving Gen.
Kansorn the seat in tho somite now occupied
by Abbott, ns senator from North Caro
lina. Leading rudiculs in tho itato have
telegraphed hero that if this is so tlmy
will not organizu the republican party in
tho coining election the 4th of August
next nnd let the state go by default for
tho democracy. Will this threat prompt
Grant to order his minions to defeat Han
som ? We shall see.
The senate Investigating committee- in
the Clayton case concluded its labors yet
torday. A terribieconditlonof corruption
exists in tho Arkansas legislature mid the
stato gonerally. If fraud and corruption
is not defended in tho senate ot thu United
States, Arkansas wid have u clmnco to
elect, another senator shortly.
hu'iTT ron r.fi:its a.no uocumk.nth.
JV n,.ry important test for a new inven
i ,' ,n Wtdi tho whole country will bo
'VW.on of thu treasury and
Kdwln K. WrZZ'T llZ
nvy. The ntl S
luoof material for safe,, "
11.1. trial iwo Iron boxes, each
diameter, with u HiiIi.l. r w..i ..VH,tm
tin. material, insido of which w, u
lift fitlll IllllllAl tl. .It
oox mur inches in diameter. .,. ,.,
Jnun air furnace arid lubieet...! i .. t
an In -
tense neat ivr tnroo hours, when they U-ro
taken from tho furiuieo Another box to
Inches in diameter with a tilling of six
inches of tho material, was placed in a
blast furnace and subjected to an almost
continuous blast for three hours, and was
then left in the furnace till tho next dny,
thus subjecting it to a much gn titer heat.
Thoboos wero nil opened, the next day
at one o'clock, and tho conlents, which"
consisted of bank bills luelfer rnatclmi,
tic, were found to bo in a most perfect
state of preservation.
f mi in
HIH TAItl iriTKs' THICK.
Tho pnssugo of tho bill to admit lea and
cofl'eo free of duty, should it puss tho fen
ate, will render uny further rediiellon of
tirllT unnecessary. The tax on ten" and
codec, !iin"nnM,'i i iweniy mllll"ns n, !!!!. I
ll, every uollai of wlncii gou. into, the .
lr(;,ry. would scarce be, r,0 contend
i iv on inn Dcomo venr v : nu vciinis i iy i
Is lakeii on inniiiio protecieijimanuractur
ers may po'ekut'1 mMllnns niter mllllmij
which nro drawn f oin tits people, an J does
not yield a ) unity to tho ticasury by
kei ping tip thn lax on what tiy Uianil-
raeturi', having an exclusive monopoly.
This I radical ref. rm In tho revenue.
GRANT AND GKUMANY
1NS1DK 1IISTOUY J)K4
SALKS OF ARMS TO
KEMINOTON'S AOKNT A FKIKNI)
OF IIKLK NAP INOALLS
HOW THKD.MINlSTKATtON Oil
A MONSTROUS J OH.
dpclRl Corr-sionJence 'ot the Crjlcng) Tlnns.
WAsinsnTov. Full. 10.---Sumner'4 res
olution of Inquiry rclatlvo to tho sale of
arms hy tlio govornmcnt ni me unucu
States to tho government of France, with
whlch'to riiako war upon Prussia and tho
German people genorally, hns struck new
consternation into tho radical camp. It
overshadows everything olso for iho time
being. It an Ingeniously inviicu
political bombshell. It was not
throw bv its Inventor with tho
expectation that its explosion will especi
ally expose llnanclal corruption; but
rather that 1 would 0x111011 1110 imueciiity,
bad faith and glaring inconsistency of tho
administration, illustrating nt the samo
llmo a caso of open violation of Interna
tional law by tlio government. Wo de
mand Indemnity from England for supply
ing materials of war to the enemy of our
government with whom we were at war,
but do not iicsilatc, ourselves, 10 supply
Franco with arms to make war upon
Prussia, with whom wo wero at pence.
The inconsistency in this instance, in sup
plying Fran ;o with weapons of wnrfnro,
is not so ccns(irnblo as tho
OUTKAQEOCHI.Y UAH FAITH
shown toward Prii'sla. It develops a.de-.
in tlio administration not less
alarming than lamentable. The want of
comprehension so palpably demonstrated
in tho violation ' of International law is
humiliating. Tho want of sngaclty ex
hibited in tho undiguiiieu act 01
turning our national armories and
ammunition warehouses into retail shops
for pccculativo purposes in a national
quarrel between two powers, both frbndly
to this government, was nover paralleled
in history. President Grant nnd his mil
itary sncrtary of war supplied these arms
to shoot down tho sons and brothers of tho
German population of the United States,
whoso intlucnco and votes they nro now.
seeking to aid them in continuing their
authority Tor another lour years, iliey
sold tho'arms to a race of men who nevur
emigrated to this continent in any cons'.d
erahlu numbor during the last hall century
except ns an armed forco to aid in destroy
ing a neighboring republic nnd weakening
if not severing, our own. In thuo two
facts lie tho secret nnd the power 0
The MMtnlor moves cautious ly. Thu sun
atoriiil patronage-partners of tho prcsl
ilont iiu oWiillo tliolr best to Juiul uiiiiiir
from his courte, but they hnvo jailed in
every effort. They dread debate. They
employ uuitcnintiuual means to slop ft.
Coupling wriggles about in bis sent and
nervously lingers his giay, tinged curia
and jumps here nnd there, whispering in
senators' cars, or writing slips of paper
volunteering suggestions, to Harlan, Pom
eroy, or som other decnpltated-or corruption-ridden
imbecile senator, whenever
Sumner, Schurz or Trumbull, is snenking.
Morton, who is 1111 invalid, and cannot
run about to consult or annoy senators in
that way is obliged to sit and violently
tear paper, pull nnd knot red tape, and
stop, or growl nt, every sonntor who passes
near his sent. Ho is alarmed about Sum
ner's preamble. Edmonds, of Vermont,
thu solf-comstituted defender of tho ad
ministration, ruihcs out of his seat, pene
trates his deep pockets with his long arms,
looks wisely nt Conkling, and gets awfully
excited and blustciing when Schurz, or
Ithtir, or Itayard, or Trumbull, or Sumner
administer the political gospel. Frcling
huybcn is trying to earn his New Jersey
patronage by maiiifcxting enthusiastic de
si 10 to provent Chas. Sumner from being
chairman, or even a member of tho pro
posed committee to investigate the charge
of the selling of arms and munitions of
war to France. The distinguished gentle
men became quite excited, yesterday, in
bis effort to tlrow ridiculu upon thu tub-
led. Tho gullcries would not pormit it.
l'l,,.,. ,1..ll..,l l l I, In ..J
A ; hvi.iiiii;u .u iiiuii jvni-B.
made a ptworful effort ycttorduy. Ed
munds confronted him about tho discrep
ancy of about $2,000,000 which was re
pi rted received at the war otllco for nrme,
while tho report of tho secretary of tho
treasury docs not account for it. Edmunds
insisted that it could bo explained. Mr.
Schurz who had taken the precaution to
consult tho secretary of the treasury on
tho subject, replied that that otllccr had
promisod to explain the
Tho truth is that neither Mr. Huninor, or
anybody ulso, has been chasing after this
two million discrepancy, but they wore
pursuing something of more importance.
They are really seeking to savu the ship
of state from total ruin and disgrace, to
menu it from itn pruscnt condition of
Imbecility, and it posiblu inspire thu
peoplo a realizing tensu of its protein
humiliation beforo tho nations of tlio
world, Tho "discrepancy,1 is only an ac
cident. It "turned up," as tbo facts hnvo
developed. I fit should prove truu that
'J, 000,000 slipped Into the pockets of some
body ut or near the white bouse, as tbo
ton 'millions passed from tho warolUceto
tho treasury department, it would not
surprise anyone in this ilk.
Notwithstanding thu belief or opinions
of senators having chargo of this mattor
"ttho salo ol arms to v ranco, it is reported
nerotiuit matters ol 11 moro startling tin
U.?.',,mco undorlio this Investigation
1 uuvotuw,,, .. i.t..i.i
1 is l
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1 SelUi, tirinti in fOlini fmvnrnmnnta lint.
ZuS, vor slneo. Grant wal in
gun. wn flMt (b0l,t 3000,000) of
nuwrly two years Wei, urglni tl " rdi. T
buruui. to usewrtati, wh.ro nil k i K
imroliiiscd in 18111 nn.l 1S0-J. Wl l a U
Tiirkish silk-, which took phieo shortly ,!f.
lerwruiit nns HinuKunilco, puts fur j),Q
pretont, nml lot us look ut tho lntnr tr.ins
iictlotis of Oriiut it Co., with Itciniiijjiou &
llfforo iictlvo hostilitlns coinineii"i'i lo
tweon FrniicoHiid 1'riiitlii, Mr. Itfuiliitori
wm supplyln;; his famous riflo, In snuill
()iiaiitltli', to rrancii nnd mhor ooiintries,
When It was decided I y France to uuilnre
wh , Mr Keiuiugtnn rccolved a continet
''"'"'''at government for all the
iroiii nini L'overnineni tor an mo arms
r....... ..n ,
woik d iv and iihiht (lur
ing mnt ot llnf llmo lhat'tbo war between
thojij countries cniitlnued. Of course tl o
supply of the Itc'.'n on gun was also aid
not sulllcient in nuantiiv. The French
government accordingly made arrange
bicnts with .Mr. Ueiultiuton to actus Its
agent for thu purchase of all kinds of arms
in the United Sfitef. I think he h id ex
clusion control. Heidi: In llrinccthc most
of thu lime himself, of course he bad to'
employ agents to act for him in the
who Hydros In Mr. Sumner's preamblu as
the then accnt of Messrs, Itomlngton &
Sons, in Now York, and tho author of the
dispatch sent from that city to Mr. Keni
ington himself, nt.Tours, France, on Oct.,
H; 1870, is tho son-in-luw of Mr. Iteming
ton, nnd at prcienl is the business mana
ger of thfcir Now York house, and, I be
lieve, one of tho firm. Tho dispatch re
ferred to is In tho following langiugo :
"Wo have' tho strongest influonces work
irg for us. which will use all their efforts
Now It is a singular fact, nil well known
to the writer ht the time, that this same
Mr. Squires, was then, mid has been ever
sinco, u boon companion of an ox-army
i.'fllcer whoso relations with the secretary
of war wore of tho strongest and most se
cret Intimacy. Thay served together in
tlio army. 'This otllcer traveled much to
nnd from Wnsbinglon nnd not (infrequent
ly with the family of Secretary Ilclknnp.
His chief places of business In New York
wero at Remington & Sons, on llroadwny,
.and Schuyler, llnrtley ii Graham's, gun
dealers, iu John stroot. This young
ofllccr did not protond Hint ho bud any
other business than that of tho agancv
of Remington's rifle, which ho always took
groat prido in praising. Ho wus an Inti
mate ol Horace rortcr, the president s
private secretary, and magnificent Ingnlls,
who, it is whispered, acted as one of the
interested parties III procuring tlio salo ot
and shipping the arms referred to, I did
not taku much stock in this report about
Ingnlls until I was informed that ho hud
watched tho dobatn on thu subject of Sum
ner's inquiry, with tho deepest interest,'
trom ovury corner ot tlio ladles gallery,
getting behind Sumner and Schurz, so
that they might not bo inspired in their
rcmarKS oy nut giuwing countenance.
It would be well for the committee of
investigation, if appointed, to
SITliroKN'A MKSSRS, INQAL1.S AND I'OIITKU.
' Tho name of tho young ollicor refferred
to shall bo furnished to tho committee,
and ns ho is a trulhlul ounu man, no
-doubt somo light will be attained relative
to his dealings Willi Secretary Jielknnp
and wnat Knowledge, 11 any, the secretary
Had ot too use to wiueii tnu arms no was
soiling would bo applied.
SEXKCA I.AKK IN COMMOTION.
The Geneva (N. Y.l Gaictic says: On
Wednesday night, about 0 o'clock, Capt.
ley, wno rooms on board tlio unonunga.
one 01 too steamers, moored lor too win
ter at the long piur, was startled by tho
sudden undulating motion of tho boat. At
tirst, supposing tnat it might ho occasioned
by tho sudden rising of tho wind, ho did
not pay much attention to it; but, on u
repetition of tlie sudden motion after an
interval of sovural minutes, ho wentjout of
ids room to reconnoitre. 110 tound tho
surface of tho lnko ns smooth ns mirror,
with not a brcnth of wind, and tho four
boats lying nlong-sido straining violently
.upon their hawsers nnd head-lines. Thu
strain was apparently so great upon the
lines that thero seemed to be danger of
liieir parting, f or another interval alter
this thero was perfect quiet, but about 10
e clock a moru vioWnt commotion occmred
tho boats hcavlii'' nnd nitchiiiL' with 1
volcnco so irrent 119 lliinllv to part thualx-
inch hawser of tho Arnot. Thero was one
or two repetitions of theso remarkable
commotions before morning, but not so
violent in character. Tho captain can
suggest no explanation of this occurrence,
his long expurlencu In Ilia navigation ot
tho lake furnishing no precedent of a like
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Assets... 2,783,000 W
Assets 2,M4,210 Tl
Assets.'. 1,781,1(8 8(
INTIRKATIO.VAL, N. T.,
Asset.. 1,1M,338 17
Assets 700,9.7 0(
Assets. 515,673 8b
Assets SIG.27I Vs
AHIHICly CENTRAL, UO.,
Assets CCQ.OIX) 00
CONNECTICUT ktUTUAL 1,1 FK,
Assets .3,(fXJ,000 Ot
TRATXLER'r, 1IAKTFORD, LIKE AND
Assets. l,WO,oai 01
RAILWAY rASSENOERS ASSURANCE
CO., II AKTFOHD,
Aniets. S00,CU t
SAFFOItD, iMORUIS & OANDEE,
71 Ohio I.cve.
City National Bunk, CAIRO. ILL.
FIRE AXJ) fARINE
X 1ST S TJ J 1ST a E
NIAOARA, N. Y.,
Assets 11,439,218 1
OERUANIA, .V. V..
Assets 1,008,721 78
HANOVER. N. Y.
Assets 726,802 00
REPUnLIC, N. Y.,
Assets .714,925 01
CompnsInK the Un Jerwnlers' Agency.
YONKEH8, N. V.,
Assets 879,4(4 19
As-et 4W.IW n
FIREMEN'S FUND, 8. F.,
Asssts ti78,kOO 0'
HKCURITY, N. Y. MARINE.
Ansel- 1,432,H9 00
STORES. DwelliDcs, Kurnlture, Hulls and Car
(toes, In-ureii at rates furoiable as aound.
permnaont soeurily isl warrant.
I resuevtlully ak ot tlie clliseos of Cairo, a
snare ot their patronage,
V. N. IIIT4JIIEN.
AMP DtAlin III
EioiiTii Street, Hetwken Washington
and Commercial ayenukh,
Adjoliilsiir MltUnlioiiNO A lliuuiy'n.
Keep the boat of Ileef, I'ork, Mutton, Veal,
Lainb. HaUHIlirp. elf... nllil urn (ii-Aiiurnil .....
citliene In the most acccplahlo it aimer.
ST. CHAltLES HOTEL,
11. ItEXFOIU) Fropriotor
eoaNER oiiio i.ivtK ami sicoxubt.,
J he Only Fint-Ghm Home in the City
r?f?Xi,,ecove'0,, 10 "d ffW 'he Depo
0AIUO CITY HOOK WNDEHV
joiin ii. oui:hi,y a- t o.,
Bulletin lluildin, 'corner of 12 tli
utreot ami aslnngtoii nvenuo,
All kinds of Illndlniinnd rtullnu ilona ut tle
very lowest pries, IlMIng cnitiKeil tlio aerrl
cea f Mr. llliels, who Iiiih had inuor years
vxperienee In uue of bent binderies of Ht. Louis,
nuperinicnii tins vmabiisiimeni, we ran con
tldenlly proinlHeour patron unrk equal to that
ofaar Hindory In lliv wen.
ini: n vv:s i.oci; .stum
vrntlcAi. s Krt
THE CHEAPEST, .
THE 11 EST.
THE (1R EAT EST IMPROVEMENT OF THE AOE
Terms Most Liberal.
Agents wanted for unoccupied territory. Hend
tor circular ami price ni
BrmocU ufHce.illil North 1'onrlh Nti-cel
NT. I.OIIIN, MO.
H. F, Ni:WTN. MHr.nzer.
or Salo at Wholesale or Retail
counkh I12d.stiif.kt AND OHIO I.F.VEJ.
J. I". 41AMIII.K
BTOVEN. TINWARE, 7Tr,
A. II A L L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clothe Wriniters Toile
Ware, Coal Hod, Kile -ihoifl, Air Out",
TIN, ZINC, COPPER AND SHEET
No. 1GG Washington-avenue,
JTItoofinn, fitittennKt andll kinds of Job
wurK iioneai siioiihui nonce. leniini
isooitN, hANii, trrci
W. W. THORNTON'S.
UUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOTJ
ISA TENTH STREET,
Doom, Miioli, lillutla, MoiiIiIIiik",
lUtTotiiiltcrA, (stood) WliiiliMvnnil llooj,
1'rnnifsi, I'loorlnir, I.atli,
MhliiKlf, falnsod NhkIi, tilazml Hide
I.lKlilN, tilnccsl TrnuNoma,
NhhIi WcllflitN, Nuali l'lilllesi nnd Coi-sIn,
Illlutl Ir'iuitpniliKa, Itooflut
Felt, KooHntr Crmciit, riBMtcrlut
l'nper, Cnrprl Fell, While
I.cnil, LIiinimI Oil, Alilcrlrnis Window
CIIiimm, KnKllah Hiiill'reilcli
I'lnte UIisnsi, l'utty, Ulnzler'si l'olnln
Newer llpc I'lttent I'liluiurjH,
KtC., Ktc. Ktc
AOKNTH tor Itock Itlrci Paper Company'
Uheathinir Felt aad IJuurli Curncnt.
ii. vi, jouu a improved nootinir always on
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
KOEIILEIi & BROTHER
I'm reopened the
I01I,All 91 1' AT MAItKRT,
Brltwsn Mud, usid'tfrlli M
and will Keep conatantly on hand iho l'f' meats
y aniihin.A.i . ii . j. i . rtMis slffvfnni
Iiiiiorlrr nml W tiolrviili. Driller ill
TOBACCO c CIGAR3.
Ak"i f"' l1"' l-rjn.li of
ORKAM AND STOCK ALE,
Imiiorlnl Alea of DIITerenl KIosIsl,
75 Ohio Lever,
tr ca I no. ii.unob.
Principal Offlco 101 W. Fifth St., Cin. O.
THE ONLY HELIAIILE OIFT KNTERTRIaEIN
IN VALUABLE OIF .
Ii. ID - USTB'a
To be dr.as Monday. March 25th, 172.
0.vk Olaki) Capital Prize of
$10,000 in Gold
One I'rlac k.1,000 In NlUrri
Five Prizes $1,000 (
Five Prlr.M $500 f G KKENBACKS.
Ten Prir.ei $100 (J
Two Family Carrlaitea ann .atched flor-es with
Sifter MounteiJ HaiMee, worth
Two Hone ai.d ilugitira with Hllirr-Slouulcd
llarne, worth V" each.
Two line-tcned Kovwood I'iano, worlli f H 0
each! Ten fiiruly realni; machine, worth IIUI
each. l'Ki(joM and eilter leier hunting worth
from ft to $). Indies' gold leonlinn chain,
(tcnlV koI.1 et chain, soll'l and douMe lateu
'liter table anil tea?uon, photogroph albuini,
)ewelry, etc , fW.
Whole niimlrr s;ifte, lo.uo. Ticket limited U
Agents wanted to tell Tickets to whou I 'bend
preinlutna will Ih paid,
8icle tickets Ii; elz ticket" 1 10 : Incite tickets,
i.Uj twentt-fite tto.
Circular rontRlning a full liet of writes, a de
scription of thu inaniiri of ilraw inn, and other In
formation In reference to Iho di.trlt.ulion, will W
cr " my one ordering them. All! letter must
betsM I,. I). MINK, IlozM,
on. . , Cincinnati, (1
Mil VVit Mil l. nntgwttvilr
SIXTY-FIVE FIRST PRIZE
TIIF. (Ill EAT
WM. KNARE fi CO.,
GRANP, SqUAItE AND UI'IIIOIIT
These Instruments have been before the public
for nearly thirty yearn, and upon their eicellence
alone attained au unpurchnteil prttimntnc, which
pronounces them ttnvqualed in
All our Si(unt lano hare our new New Jm
proted Ufetstrung hcale ard the Ajraft lrtUt
- We would rail special attention to our lain
Patented Improvements In Oatau Puxos and
tjQUAKC(i., found In no other I'iano, which
fcringa the I'iano nearer perfection than has yet
EVERY I'IANO FULLY WARRANTED FOR
Illustrated Oalalogues and Price Lists premptl
furnished on application to
many o'our regular established agencies.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES rURNISIIINO GOODS,
t'oinuicrclul Atenue, osiiionIIc Klllo
CLOTHING TOR LADIES' WE Ah
Made to order, or Ready-Made
Has received a full and complete slock of goods,
he newest nnd completeat in the city, A a liu
meoso tar II." ol
RIRIJONS, LAOES AND FRINGES
she otters ureal imlucometa to herpatrans and
all clliera tocall onher,oxamln the prices, atylea
and quality ot her gooitsi
Mrs, Swunner, having sold her proprrty, wll
well the whole of these, goodant and beloivcost
ow la thu lime to purchase Christmas good
I the very lowest prices,
1IOOTW A Ms NIIOW;
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
llatwaen Washington avenue and I'oplur e I
Wools and Shoes Made to Order.
Hn Workmen Kmployea.