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Mrmatug Hattrr on r.ttrj Vngr.
JOWH X. OBERLY, Editor.
rAH3-rfiiciur. liillicrs ol tliu city
Tjik Sun Nilil, that tho NnrroW
Gnttgc rallrosu H iibout to ask n favor o
tlio.t'lty of Ciilro? Xnmt! the favor.
'tiUi ucKcju-kcr of the MIMurl 1 loue
of Jtojircscntjitlvcs Is Hoiitoii (5. l.oone,
jjramHoti of Daniel IIooih; of Kcnlucky
Wr. receive! wven 1'adiiMli Xcirt and
fix l'mlucah Kentuchant In the mall on
Monday. Which screw U looci
Jin. Nellie Urant Sartorh Iim failed
for America, with her hubnud. and they
will hetriN'.t! at the White House; for the
Tiik Sun would dljcne with tho City
Comptroller. Wo would int. He U an
ofllccr the city cannot very well tllicno
with, and thli The Situ ought to know.
AcoMMimx. has been appointed by
the City Council to make an cll'ort to
secure the machine fchops of tho Narrow
GnugoToatl at this city. Why don't the
committee do ioiucthlnr .
Dors The Suit Ih'Ucvc that a Cairo Al
derman can Be purchased with a railroad
pass on a little railroad Ilku the narrow
paue roail? It requires a i:i-k on a
broad gauge' road to get away with a
member of Coiiffrcw.
Tub Sun wishes to knockdown salaries
all around the circle hi the city. The
.Sun always ovcruoe It proved reform
It is a journal limipr in the middle ami
heavier at one cud than the other not
"Ann additional policemen to the
force," ssy The Suit. -No; the force U
strong enough. If we cannot have t wen-ty-flve
enough to guard the city effectu
ally the few wchavo are all we ought
to have. - .
It Is mid tht the wife of Speaker
Blaine will stand In the wav of liU nom
ination for the Trcs Ideney when he I?
proposed, if he rvcr ii. Mm 1? sld to
liavc "a cold, tupercillioiif manner and
to make as many enemies as her husband
Gi:.v. V. M. CocKnn.L of Mionri wa
no:nlnat.d by the 'cuatorial caucus of
tint State on the first ballot. Cockn ll
waa confctU'ratc jrctieral. and won his
l.iurchln HoodV campaign againt Nah-
A movkmkvt U iR'inginade Inl'ttrtticsili
looking to the rv-org-.uil.atloii of the
DenuM-jiii5jurty in l'aducah. A move
ment In this city, pending the municipal
election, looking to the organization of
the Opposition ho.-ts might be just the
"IrOberly is 'Cockatoo,' the 'ambi
tious hen,' then he don't want any eagles
around.'' Thin Miltli The Sun, truthfully.
Hut he could have no objection to the
presence of Ilrother Davis, the most In
nocent gollng ever hatched Into this
J)n. ItniaiUM'a lecture was a carefully
prepared jiarH-r. It was INtcned to with
attention by lilt, auditors, and many who
believed, before they heard the Doctor,
that Evolution was a monstrous and hid
eous mcln, changed their opinion, and
now believe the doctrine to be reasonable
and worthy of consideration.
Dn. II jtifiiiAM,In opening liU lecture on
-Monday night, rapped in over the
lingers, but In the course of UU remarks
did not give expression to any very strong
Infidel mitiinentrf. We therefore' forgive
htm. He may abuse us n much aj he
pleases but shall not with impunity
attack the Lord. We have a newspaper
In which to defend ournlf, but tho Lord
has not-ln Cairo.
Thr famous mediums, the Kddy ltroth
t rs, are now materializing spirits of an
agricultural turn of mind spirits who
grow potatoes. Under their Tottering
influence, a few weeks ago, nine Irish
potatoes and one sweet potatoe grew in
a tumbler or water, in a few moments, to
the size of "large straw berries." The
tcracious wrla-r who tells till, etory falls
to add the important information wheth
er these spirit potatoes can be chewed
and aw allowed.
Wi, ppblkh'iu'ihlj Usucan account
a mlrael-the praying of ii Mck worn;
lnti tit..! t. ..... . .'
is a Christian fiction, as well autiientl:
n" '"-' spiritual manifestations
Sn.rittutlUu will ..... ...i. . .
.Siirltu:iMiiUln;lU'Vc nothing tmu-a-wmablt
- 11. . I .1 t
uiwiuuit-u twiMiieir im-uiuuH. Wr
don't 1t.tt.-Ve -itieftlicSilrltual.u'folly
. H 11..., Itl i. .t I. .
' " unstian one related
our iwpijr.; htutrr all ot It, irtheru I
truth In nature. -
Hos. 6t..iB0iiNK Winston has Ieeu
appolutcil thalrmau of the Committee on
E. Albright, chairman of tho Commute'
on Drahioga, No other dUtrlct In the
SUtc, we Jiellevc, lias been dUtlnguUhed
by the appointment of two of its repre
fcentativo to ebal
ahould It4f purpeoplo, to congratulate
luemselves on the fact ir i...i..
Ktntlemeu of dlstlni'iihiioii ni.tiii,. ...
General Asembly., Wo may gather
dltlonal nrldi'. v)u.n u- r..,.. ...!
fact that Senator Wore of this district
has also fi rnmtnllt.w. ni.fl il. ... t... .....
Irict has tbefy-enrtary und AsslsUntSco-
IWtffPC ff 1T. t
A HAMK I9ITIMATIUX.
T3it Sun roan is gallant In disguise. In
hU own proper person, with all tho glory
ofjuU tijultorn locks floating In the breeze
aroHttd hbi ; intellectual brow and hand-
viud uv uotuiui , uuv nnuer vuc i
gub of nwi dtjilumt n braver knight of
tho lead pencil never rushed Into the dan
gerous columns of the public print. In
is way ho has attacked the public
schools and tho city govermrnt, then In
flated himself crying: "iMi.il a brow
man fin I." On Tuesday evening hn v
sortcft to his dligulc. and,
covered by the flgnatnro of
"A Candidate for Alderman,"
made a mean attack upon tho Mayor and
City Council. lie Intimated that these
distinguished gentlemen had Icon pur
chased by free passes on I lie Cairo & St.
Louis railroad that thoy could not use. to
vote that the bonds of tin; city, promised
to the railroad company, might be ivnio
cd to Mls'ourl, where the olHeeis of the
company could steal them at Iheirlol.Miiv;
and he said, In this connection, that, as
thr railroad company was nbout to nl;
another favor, It would be well to have
thr Mayor and Council supplied with the
pass inducement to be kind to the
company. Tlr Sun man may know the
Mayor and members of thn council better
than we do, hut really we do not believe
Mayor Wood could be piuchaed
with a railroad pa, or that Mr. Thomas
llalliday, or Mr. Matliuss, or Mr. Nellk
or Mr. McGaulcy. or Mr. Waldcr, or Mr
Hatip, could be Induced by a pass on the
Cairo and St. Louis railroad to vote
against the lnterct of Cairo. Mesxrs.
Thlstlowood, McKwen. Morris anil
Wright, earnestly desiring to do the city
good, and for no other ica-on, voted
against the transfer of the bond to St.
Louis, and would of course, lor the same
anil no other reason, voto ayalnt any
favor the little road might nU. An
matter ol course, these gentlemen were
not therefore Included In tho liitiendo of
The Sun, and may eoiiH-quentlj f.'el hap- J
py. For tho other gentlemen of the conn-1
ell anil his honor the Mayor, wo feel un
happy. They arc very cheap men ac
cording to The Sun, and may be quoted,
depressed and In no demand.
tiik NotrriiEii iMcirio it.iti.
no.tn. The l'aducah Xtwt has some sensible
remarks on the Southern I'aclilc Kail
road. It says that, while the whole country
will be benefitted by the road the portion
in which l'aducah 1 located and of
course thLs includes the portion in which
Cairo is will receive the greatest ben
efit. The AVic then goes on to show that
the Pacltlc road will seek the Kan
through Cairo, and that the interests of
Paducah require that the road from Louis
ville to that place should Ik extended to
connect at Cairo with the Cairo, Arkan
sas and Texas road. "Some of our busi
ness men," says- The Stirs, "have opposed
the Idea of this propo-ed extension, but
we think such notions are erroneous and
bordering on old fogyjsni." The AVim
Towns and cities arc now beiuj: built,
anil the country rapidly settled up all
along the Cairo, Arkansas and Texas
road, and an enormous trade and tr.illlc
beimr established with the country
through which it pa$ie. Vet. l'aducah,
Louisville and Cincinnati are tceiulngiv
Indifferent as to the Importance of secur
ing even a portion of tills trade, which Is
now being sought by even more- northern
cities, the Pennsylvania Central already
haviii" a connection with It, via the Cairo
and Mncennes road. We think II be
hooves us to lih ii) und doinp:. mill not
only work hunt for the completion of tin
Southern Pacitlc road, but to work for
the lllllii'' mi of the little trail u hich sen-
amies us from it,-at as early a day as pos-
iiousii: com Mi rrF.rjs.
The following is a list of the chairmen
of the committee of the Iloii'e of llenre-
a-ntatlvcs hi the General Assembly:
On Judiciary Herron, Independent.
On Judicial Department Moore, of
On Corporations Merrill, democrat.
On Hallroads Arm-trong, democrat.
On W'nreliou-es Christie, Independ
On Commerce .lack, Independent.
On Flnaiiee Niclioli; democrat.
On Mines and Miiiinir Mooncv. Inde
On Fee.- and Salaries Holly, demo
On Appropriations Cronkrlte. demo
On Penitentiary Marsh, Indeitendcht.
On Municipal Aflalr Hle, democrat.
On Kducation Itogem, Independent.
On Stale Institutions Winston, demo
On Public Cliarlties. LandrlL'oii. Imlr-
On Public niilldlmh anil Ground
On Ilevcniie Ciimmings, democrat.
On Hanks and Hanking Kase, demo
On County nnd Townthln Ortr.inl:!.
tion McCoy, indenciideiit.
, On Agriculture Hailing, Independent.
Oii Horticulture Frantz, Independent.
rOn Manufactures Mulkey, democrat.
,0n Canal and Klver Imiiroveriients
Dunne, of Cook, democrat.
On Klcetlons O'Hair, democrat.
Ou State and Miintclnal Indebtcdiif ss
On Insurance Gilbert, democrat.
On Federal Helatlons Ihrrln
On Claims Hotan, democrat.
On Militia Condon, of Cook, demo
On lletrenchment Dunn. rr t..ni
On Geologie.il .Survey-Halnin. demo-
Ull Prhltini Thonitnn. fit LiWr..i
tj I w a ttV
Onltoails, Highways and llrldges
On Kxecutlve Deiiai-imi ni.ii..L-..,.
democrat. ' '
On Draining Albright, democrat.
On Coutlnircut Kxdciisis ,tf i, limu,,
un Kules-Harvey, of Knox, Indepen.
On Mlscell aiieons Sutilootu Vkiiit.
On Llbrarles-Colllns, democrat.
On F.urolled and
On Mllcatre Moore, nf Wm.tiin.rtn..
On Fish mid Gaine-Keri;lmw,liu1cpiii.
TWO ALEXANDER COUNTY BOYS KILLED
Wllllniit Mild Jump Mtetnri,orTlitri,
Jf uritrrrd ly Mob-Mo imrllculiirw.
Mrs. Stewart, ofThebes, hi thlscounly,
received the following letter from I.aeo
nla, Arkansas, n 'few days: ago. The
events that led to the tragedy are not yet
known t the bereaved mother:
I.aciini.i, Ark., June 12, 1875.
Mil;. SrKWAiir: Dear Mnd.im : It Is
nn cxivodlugly sad duty lor us to have to
tell you that both of your sons were kill
ed here to-day by u mob of lawless men.
.Iliniiilo'rtdcith, we think, was an acci
dent ; but itlllie's was nothing but pre
meditated murder. Further particulars
we will send you hereafter, n everything
Is In o much confusion now, The boys
will be burled sometime to-morrow.
Would like you to advle what todo with
their effects, ltegrettlng that we haw
had to write you such sad news, we re
main. " Your sincere friends,
II. (V M.Sm.i.Ktts,
THE DAM KIMETIX.
rjlllK IU'M.hTl.V ijpulilI.V.Ieirryiiiariilnif
(rxrejit Momlaj) In tl.e llalletln llutldlu?, cor
iifr Wlilnt!lounfiif nnd Twrinii sltwt.
'I ni lltc.LriiM if frrvol lo city uWilU-rs ly
fullhftil cniri ITHrntf-l'lie Cculii nUVrk,
imy.iWf wrtkl r. IlyJNII, (In riKhiki), S10pcr
nniirn) U month , & ihrtr inonllif , $.1; oik
TILE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
I'ubll'lirst trry nmrly nioruluirnt $1 Ti
n rnnniuo, Invnrfnlil) in ndtsnrv. '1 lit pot'jii-c
on the WrrVtjr Mill b jirfpulit nt till ottlc, to
ttutt snbicribtrs will olilnln It for fiibtcrlpllon
rlit of 1 a ytar.
r.ulncM Canti, priBnum, ..W CO
On tqtu.tr, one Inwrtlon .. 1 (0
Un? Hiurr, two Insertions, 1 AO
One square, on wck, a So
One Kturr, two rtk, 3 50
One square, ttxnt uttkj,.. .... i w
Out squre, one month, 3 mi
w r. r. n l y .
One iquirc, one lnf rtlon, I mt
Kich tubKiurnt Inicrtlou, .-... ;o
EJOne I nili is n nquwe.
tJ'To ref:iiUriiilirrtleri noileriUierlnrln
duremfutt, troth at to rate of chargrt ntid man
ner of rilfpUylag their fsrors.
!3Notifcs In locnl column intrrtnt for Klf
treu Cents per line for one Intertion, Twrntr
Ci-jiIs it Hue for two liirllon, Twmly-Klie
Cenlt Hue for Ihree inirrtlom, Thlrty-Khe
CeuM a line I'.ir out wnV, unit Serriity-Flte
(.'cull Hue forone monlli,
Communication upon aubJeoU of ten
or nl interest to the publlo aoliclteci.
tJ-AII letlrn should be mUliejteil lo
J01I.V it. OIlKIlt.V,
rrc!dnt Cairo Ilillelin Couijuinr.
SI ISifKI.I. A. I'Si.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Wnshtnirton and Commercial
A.Qiiuoi, aujoimna uanny .
KKKI'S for lite Hie lxt Ileef, l'rk, Mutton
)el. Lantlt, saumxe, Ar . anJ l )ro
)aml to ftttt- lamiliea iu au aerrptablt Inuniitr
BOX and BASKET CO
Atlkln'tit bird ami nort,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &c.
Mill and Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Stroot and
Detwatn Waahinton una Commercial
E. MAXWELL te CO.,
BAILWAY XACHIMEBY and BUUKIHO
No. 616 North Main Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
AOIlfig V0 FXXKOH K.OMHAW OliBJ
Spend Your Money
llml you wll gtt it nil htrV. In ml sol hi roni
fort, by liiTMlsigc It In one of our
Mr pi Hut
I'amout tbriiiriiiront a wonderftilly Hlront,
l'luit niicl I'nlform Unit at a
Small Cost of Fuel.
joTSimplo in conatructlon, onai
ly managed, cnrolilly mndo of tho
very beat mntcrlnlB, always has
llrfit-rnto draft, and guaranteed to
giro satisfaction overywhoro and
uudcr all circumitanccB.
Exeeltlur Mnnfaoturlnt: Company,
018 and 614 N. Kaln St. St Louie, Mo.
C. N. HUGHES,
Orer Malhun ft Utl'i.
"VTON1. Lut Fint-Clan ComiwniM lepie
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Kational Back Building, ap.gtclri.
The Oldca' Ettftbliabod Airenoy in South'
era Aiuncia, rapieatuunt: over
ST. JOHN'S and
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogshcadu, for ehipmont,
promptly attondod to.
c3To largo consumers and all
manufacturers, wo aro prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rntoi.
CAIBO CITY COAL COMFANY.
SHalililay llro 'a wharf boat.
l.r-11 KKypllan MIIU, or
tX'Al Uui t;cal Hump, foot of 'JTilrly-Klplit
JJ-I'oit Office Drawer, 800.
Coal and Wood Yard.
PITTSBURQ and ILLINOIS
UcS COAL -S5gT
KKIT connanily no hand at Itoaa' Ymd,
.. ,. ..''"""Wi-lal avenue, oiipotllu llro.a
Onlera iromiillv fllled.
t.l and wood ili.veeil fte of liarje
Tcnim-trUllr th-li UlT-lo-fiml
LIVE AGENTS WANTED
J .tfl Oil. CHABi:H IIUCIII'KHi Or, IN
rOIIMATION foil KVKUTIIOOy, lit fTory
counly In ihe Unlle.1 Statin ant. lanadaa. llu.
lai-ga.1 by tin. I'ubllibcr Ui OM pa It '
aJn our J.ooo hou.etiold recli'ea, and Ii nailed
lo flU eluiiiit and eonilllloni of aotlflr. A
tbsdarful hook and a honteliold nellly. Il
ena at night, ,ltuU nducilieuM MW nf-
. Ti Knia, .'aiiuiia ouuiw. i vj
ll-ll . COil Mild. t..r l Dvlalra teiTltorr
H0L'1C. ANX AllnoTi ifTl i?t-iljui.i,-in
"Ciiqttestlonnbly Ihn beat amUlned
work irthhlnl In the ITorlrt."
XOTICKS Of TIIK I'llKHS.
'l'llfl mYAV l.lf.ra.lnm nl.niit.llnH ll.l-
...... 1.1 Hill
excellent raoiitlilr rrovm In i-itillnutil
nini iuii iu pupuiar (icaire i anu nceus. In
drill, when w.i Hilnk lutn Imw m.i.
It iicticlratei reiy niotitb, wo immt ooi
Slilcr It lis ntiC ottlm nlucator n, well as
I'literta'iieTf of tho nilt:lc mliul. for lit vt
nrilllllll-lltf ll-IM IlltAll Wnh lin ...
I H I rrcJinllcfaorilcDraTedtutlca. L'oj-
i 1 ..fii lir telitl. (!.!- Vt.. .......
.... t'Hiiii iiiib innnr.iiir uuv
f .a 1 tlii a.litni.i.t.1.. "til.
mt Jtcrii7cullMrothr.t httfkcil pacewMi,
t i i im iim uiiicn, Hiimiiii cause 11
coiiductfrr toici tilt with iiittlUaUtf pom
lllllCl'LrV. It I Ull fllflf laau lll.tlil Ita M nu.,t
ilalni iii(iii thr inil.lli! KrniltUtle. Tho
Mflicnzlni! Ii ilcnic rooiI mill nut oil nil
.Im .i.ui i. el. It . ,. n. .
uiv uj .a ui ii- un'. iirnoKiyii r.igle.
I'oMaco Irro lo aultteritipn In tho fulled
Hurrft'ii Jla?jrlnr, one year ...ft 00
ft 00 lnrludct tiri-iiariiir.it uf U. H. Pnl
ago tiy tlic imlilltlii' .
MilicrliiW tit llarpor'a Masazliip,
ct'Kly. or Hjjt.tr, ta mif niklrrM for film
Tear, $10 10; or two tit HariH-ra pritodU
ova, to one aildrot- for uuc VM.ir. i" 00:
An rxtrn r- py t.l cltlier tho Maffaxlni!,
Weekly nr llair will tie Mippllcd cull, lor
eV ry illlll ill tlva Ml'.Urllli.-ls at Jt (.0 r ari,
ill nno iciiillt lin-; ur i ropli". I. r SiOlW,
wllliout cxtui t-"p; pot n,'i! Iri-i'.
Hack nuiiilit-la cm ho ntiiil.llcil at any
A coinpMo rt r.f llarpur' lUknMw,
now rtniiprli(i IB wi'iuni'f, ia nt t-lolli
tiindlhr.'. ulll lit- ent hy f.ir, freli;lit at
tho cxpni t nf pnrcli ttt r, Tor i." pi r
volinnc. f-liixl- Milium p. Iiy mull, tio.t'palil,
.1 Oi). Clotii case., lur It'.ntlliijf, .18 i-ent,
by n-nll. iotp.ild.
CrNow-fpapcrii nrn not to copy ttila ni-vt-rU'cnifnt
without ttc pxprcss or.ltrt of
Harper .V ISnlher .
AiUlreM IIAItl'KH A ItltOTIlKltS, N. Y.
Is widely known
as one of the most
dies cer tlliicov-
.ereil for cleaus
ling the system
'and purifying the
'blood. It h&fl
' stood the test of
years, with a con
reputation, based on fts intrinsic virtues,
and sustained by its remarkable cures.
So mild as to bo safe and beneficial to
children, and yet so searching as to
effectually puree out tho great corrup
tions of tho blood, such as tho scrof
ulous and syphilitic contamination.
Impurities or diseases that have lurked
in the syidcm for years soon yield to
thin powerful antidote, and disappear.
Hence its wonderful cures, many of
which are publicly known, of Scrotulo,
and all scrofulous diseases, Ulcers,
Eruptions, and eruptive disorders of
tho skin, Tumors, Blotches, Boils,
Pimples, Pustules, Sores, St.
Anthony's Fire, Itoso or Ery
sipelas, Tetter, Snlt Khcum,
Scald Head, Ringworm, and in
ternal Ulcerations of the Uterus,
Stomach, nnd Liver. It also cures
other complaints, to which it would not
fcem especially adapted, such as Brop
y, Dyspepsia, Fits, Neuralgia,
Heart Disetwe, Femalo Weak
ness, Debility, and Lcticorrhoea,
when they arc manifestations of the
It is an excellent restorer of health
and strength in the Spring. By renew
ing the appetite and vigor of the diges
tive) organs, it dissipates the depression
nnd listless languor of the season.
Even where no disorder appears, people
feel better, and live longer, for cleansing
the blood. The system moves on with
renewed vigor and a new lease of life.
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PrtseHial and Analytical ChtmitU,
OLD T ALL DKCOOIIT4 EVMrwnjUB,
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lo its original
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iiifthair checked, and baldness often,
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vfhoro tho follicles aro destroyed, or
thu glands atrophied and decayed;
but tiucli as remain can bo saved by
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the hair with a pasty sediment, it
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occasional uso will present tho hair
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and consequently provent baldness.
Tho restoration of vitality it gives
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tho formation of dandruff, which ii
often so uncleanly and offensive.
Free from thoso deleterious sub
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tions dangorous, and injurious to the
hair, tho Vigor can only benefit, but
not harm it. If wanted merely for
it HAIR DRESSING, nothing else
can bo found so desirable. Contain
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Practical and Analrtioal Cfattnltta,
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PAINT AND On, DEALERS.
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS OF
PATENT MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICLES,
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WAX FLOWJSK M A i jjlllAXi,
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WHOLESALE & IlETAIL I CAIRO RETAIL fc PRESCRIPTION
7-1 Ohio Lovoe. v""vr I Waahtnirto At., Cor. 8th St.
MAN UFACTURED BY
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor.
54 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
This house contains 35 good rooms.
Travelers will always find the best accommo
dations. A trusty watch for trains and boats day and
Wo lmvo replenished our Job Printing Office with
many fonts of new type nnd have ordem out for other
fonts of the latest popular styles. Wo arc determined
to establish the reputation of our office for firat-clasa
work, and make our prices so low that the most enthu
siaslie patrons of foreign cities will be compelled to ad
mit that wo do work at lower prices than any other of
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