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Mrs. M. SWANDER
In now receiving law and well selected
t At her eund on
To which the Invite the attention othidTe
of Cairo ami vicinity. In thin itock will be
found all lha latent style of Halt, Bonnet, Mb
bona, Hamas en all MlUWertr Oooda. all of
fcred t;fij lowest. Ilvjftf jwleee. -Ladle In
give Mti. flfauHi aeimWorB purchasing
elsewhere. Her Mock or fancy goods and no
tions I conjalete, and ahe li determined not to
benndersoldbyaay body la lha city.
CM Rlltf ilJ TO l,
The Ltonlfd Siwtt Pub. C
11 BJUOIAT 3T. KtW Y01X.
continue tliclrauMonW Hrprlnls of the
LONDON QUARTERLY UKVIEW-lon-servatlve.
II It ITIHH 44U AttTERLY KKV IK W K va n-
Kcllcal. 4 w ,
Containing ttstterly crltlcisWH anil (umtna
ric or all that la (roali and valuable In
Literature, Science, and Art ; and
The meet powerful SHbetlily in the Kngllsu
LanKtiate, fameus lor HTOKIKS, ESSAYS,
OF THtMIQHEST LITERARY MERIT.
THUMB (Including l'ortatfe) :
PsyaMt Strictly la Advance.
For suv one Review,
'or anr two K views.'
t 4 00 per annum
7 00 "
For any three Reviews,
For all four Reviews,
for Hlackwood'e Mac e-
For Blackwood aid ou
For HLackwood and two
For Ulsckweed aad three
For tllaekwood aad tee
A discount of twenty nr rent, will ! iL
lowed to clubt of four or more persona:
Thua: four copies ol Blackwood or of one
Revlow will bo ent to on address fur
(12 80, (our coplee or the four Reviews and
lllackwoodfor 118, and to on.
Circular With further n.rll.ulnr. m. k
had on application.
TUB LEONARD SCOTT I'UBfNO CO
41 Barclay Street, New York.
Tho People's Remedy.
Tho Universal Pain Ext nctor.
Note: Aak for Pond' r.itr.M
Take no other.
"Jlcsri for I will aiieak of excellent thing's.'
Injorjtn to Man nr IlruU,
Nlralim, Sprains, Contu-
rrartiini, Cut, Lacera
ted oi incited Wound.
Illi-i'illut; I.untr. or
Spitting or l)liod
Novo Hleed, and Illecd-
InK tiuina nr 'litth
oniilliiKor Illuod and
PIIpm - Meeting Piles,
Blind J'ile, (Infallible.)
Too th uc 1 1 , KaracbcNeu-
raigia, bwellnl race.
tic Swelling or Sommi.
Mtliriiuw or buniiu).
Luinliaird. Ijimt- iia.tr
iurr inranK or
rant or Qulnty,
imw or Inflamed Kyr or
Painful or too Profuse
Milk Ir, Orarlan Ola-
raM and Tutiihra.
Gravel and Strmnmrv.
ChaHna-a and Excorla-
uona or inranu, or
Vnrlcoae Vrina. Kn
larKnl or Inflamed Vein..
Ulrem, Old Korea, luter-
nolle. Carbuncle. Td
tnoril. Hot Bwelllmra'.
Cortiaj and llnnlnns, Cluil-
a cd or Sore Ktt.
il'hnHMa;,lianiriii or Sad-
.. uie liana.
FoloH ox Whitlow, l'roit-
l Llraba or 1'arta.
SfoMtinlto Blteta. Inaccl
fitlnga, CluipiJ Hand.
t iaaa ifrmmm''" ami rrcoiomenuxi uy
all DratrilaU, fhyalriana, and overy
tollr who Imm cvrr usnt It.
I'lmipulei containing HUtory uud Cwa niall-
i I roe oa annueaiiun , ir not lounu at your
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
. ,'Mew York nl I.oiutaie.
Have removed their oltlra nmi r,..i..
corner NIN"j;iI STHKKlVumt Coiiimrruiu! .t
nuo to the LonmuHllnua lirlrk mom on Com
mercial ATeuuelM'twrf n TKN'I II ,N KI.KV.
on, where ijtii RlViiyln; found a i-ompu
Which have proved to be tttu nioat durable und
are now the eualt-M ninnintf mui hlnc sold.
CJ-A trial will convince any ane that they arc
the machine to buy.
rj-vt eaiso "ceil ror auiea KooiiaMortmcnt or
Kim.oI Cotton.'HIlk Twin, and l.lnneu Thread.
Which we offer at low tljfurea,
Girt) at Call.
The HOWE MACHINE CO.,
D. F. BENNETT, Agent
m ml ulamii fnr iniitl.iintl4l .ltvulnr. of prat vulii,
ir. II. U .I'Altll, l. )VU. HL UAbuwii, In '
MILL II ni.
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VOL.7. CAIRO, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1875. NO. 302.
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MLT. OARBON(Blg Mudrly)
Ordwra for Coal by th or-lod,
ion, or ill hog sbeadB, for shipment,
sromptlr attended to.
eVTo large oonsumorB and all
aaanufaoturors, wo are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
aonth or year, at uniform rates.
CaUKO CITY COAL COKTAXY.
rt-Halllday Bra 'a oSlee, No. 70 Ohio Le.ee.
tVlUiriday Kro.'a wharf boat.
El-At JijtyiiUan Wlla, or
EJ-At the coal Dump, foot of Thirty-Eight
KJ-l'oat Offlce Drawer. 300.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Aetail Dealera la
Foreicm and Domestic
WINE OF AXIi KINDS,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MKSSItf. fMVTH A CO hate conUntly
a Uig UkX at the bent good' t the mar
ket, and yleradal attention to the Mholiualt
ranch of the buaineaa. ,
STRATTON & BIRD,
AGENTS AJtEHICAN POWDEK CO.
57 Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
Sl'KCIAL attention Klven to consignment and
PAINT AND OILH.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Vall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &o.
lways on hand, the crlebrated Illuminating
Oornar Eleventh Btreot and Washing
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
T. C3. XXvxolaa,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Building, Cor, Twelfth Street
ana wuaningion Avenue,
tf County olid ltullroiul Wotku .S'eclally.
SIXTH STREET, Botween OHIO
jUJ!iViJ!i AX1XJ UUMIJEBCIAL
XanufaotuiGahlaown Horao Shoeaaad
can Aiaura uwii mora:.
THE DIVES' JOB.
Logan, Fred Grant and tho
Bark Dealings that hare Como to
Light Through the Bing Troub
les in Chicago.
Blackmailing a Soldier' DAughUr.
IKxtract from Chlcaeo eorreipondence of the
New York Hun.
C'hickio. Dec. 3. Laat Bumtncr Sena
tor Logan, Fred Grant and H. If. Hon-
oro, latner-in-iaw, were Riven ovj,wu
wortlioritock In Hie Dive Sllrer Mlu
Inr Company ot Colorado, to secure their
innuence toencci mo removal oi uniieu
bUtes.Ttdec Jamee "F. Oelfour, or Cen
tral City, Colorado, and the appointment
or another tnan who wouia dv uie tool oi
the Dive people, and thus enable them
by a Judicial decision to break up a com-
paay which had the riglit to rich silver
mine?. The company tbat was to be
outlud was known as the Pelican, and
Its mine was located on one side of the
Democratic mountain, near Georgetown.
The Pelican Company several years since
had driven its tunnel and struck a lode
that paid from the start, and continncd
to grow richer and richer as it was
developed. The Dives Company began Its
operations on the opposite side of the
mountain, and expected to strike the
same lode, but, after driving their tunnel
for some distance and llndlug that they
had miscalculated, they bean to tarn
their tunnel, and gradually sheered it
over until they cut into the territory of
the Pelican, and then they set up the pre
posterous claim that they were entitled
to one half the lode. Of course the claim
was resisted, and a bitter contest ensued.
First one party obtained possession of
the lode and held It by main foree until
tho other gathered reinforcements and
iccaptured It. In this way several men
were killed, until Dually the Pelican peo
ple applied to Judge Uellour for a tem
porary injunction to restrain the Dives
company from treipasing on their pro
perty. It was granted, and then the
Hires people gave Logan, Grant aud
Honor the $000,000of their Mock. Judge
Itiliour was forthwith removed these
judges nre commissioned for four years
and until tneir successors are appointed
by rrcsldcnt Grant, and a fellow named
Stone, a friend of Honore, was appointed
Stone not only imusedlatelv dissolved
the injunction against the Dives Com
pany which Helfour had granted, but he
lasued another restraining the Pelican
Company from operating thcirown mine,
and then proceeded with railroad speed
to finally decide tho case in tovor or the
Dives Company, and now I.ogau, Fred
Grunt aud Honore have $.jOO,(HX) of stock
that pays them $20,000 apiece a year in
BLACKMAILING A riOI.UItli'S llAlIUIlTSR.
The other trausactiou is not on so grand
a kcuIc, but. in iiieilable meanness, it far
eclipses the grabbing of a silver miue.
Some eight years ago n tnan named Dave
Illakey, who had at one time, been srerc
tary oi State ol Minuefota, came to Chi
cago and obtained an iutercatlu timKven
ing Pott along with Dr. C. II. Hay. A
few years since Hay died aud lilakely
contrived to obtain possession ot his in
terest. Having absolute control ol the
Post lllnkely wielded confluence. anil was
courted by I.ogau uud Marshall Camp
bell. He led n very dissolute and disrep
utable life, and soon began to run in
debt. T.egan and Campbell advanced
him money', taking tils Individual notes
without security, and all tiio time, lli.ikely
was going from bad to worse, until It was
discovered that lie had hypothecated all
the Pott stock, and was some $11)0,000 In
In the meantime the well-known Qeu.
11. J. Sweet, the commander of Camp
Douglas, and as brave aud gallant a sol
dier as ever lived, who bad held the office
of petition agent in this city for several
years, was appointed to a more responsi
ble omce at Washington. Thereupon Lo
gan and Campbell had Illakel v appointed
pension agent. Gen. Sweet died shortly
alter his arrival at W'ashtngtou.and left his
daughter, who had acted as his clerk In
transacting the business of pension agent,
almost penniless. Miss Sweet contluued
to uiscimrgo me unties ot tne otnee .niter
uiakeiys appointment, snu received
therefor obIv a small salarr. while he
made out of the place about $0,000 per
anuutn. He Hi wily got into such bad re
pute, that nc was removed, ami Miss
Sweet was. very much to her surprise,
appointed his successor. Blakcly told
her that be had been iustutnental in hav
ing her appointed, that' he had secured
for her the Influence of Senator Logan
nd Marshall Campbell. Gen. Hancock's
father-in-law, aud that he did so by as
suring them that she would allow one
halt ot tho emoluments ot tho oftlcc to go
toward paving certain of his notes which
were held by Logan and Campbell. .The
poor girl, crateful. for what she. In her
experience, believed to bo a disinterested
piece ot irieudsuip, readily agreed to
these, terms, and up to three mouths
since continued to pay over one-half ot
the proceeds ol the oliice to Logan ami
Campbell, to be credited on tho illakely
A friend of MissSwcct.accideiitly lioar
lnsr of what was going on, went to Iter
aud told her what he had heard, nnd
asked her If It was true. She replied
thiitltwns. lie assured her It was simply
a blackmailing ODoratlou. and told her
she ought to rel'iuu to pay iiiiothordolhir.
blio said if she Uiu alio would lie removed
forthwith, nnd then she would bo in
deed ruined. The gentleman, who is a
friend of Gen. Grant, told her that he did
not believe tho president would sillier her
to bo removed if lie knew tho facts, and
ho certainly wonld not dare to do It If
tnev weromatiu puniic.
Thus encouraged, Miss Sweet went to
Logan and Campbell, and told them
that she would not pay another dollnron
Blakely's notes. They told her (hat it
sho did not continue to no ns sue inul
heretofore done, they would have her re
moved forthwith without hesitation. She
defied them to do their worst and stnrtid
for Washington Immediately, uud on her
arrivul there called upon tho president,
and stated the whole case to him. (t
nnikt lie Kiitd to his honor that he as.-jutoil
Miss Sweet that so long as ho wus presi
dent and she mniinged the officii ns Mio
had heretofore, sho should not he dis
turbed, nnd directed her to return rtietl
pay no attention to the in rents or any
ThU much credit U due to him, but
whv did ho not ut once remove Marshal
Campbell Vfu It .becuufo he wftsHab-,
cock's father-in-law, and because hit son
Augustus Campbell was the medium
through which the whiskey ring con
tribution for the White House was paid?
Moody aual stMkor.
Tho great revivalists, Messrs. Moody
and Saukcy. who electrilled staid old
England with their eloquence and en
thusiasm, are fair samples or American
genius. Springing from among the com
mon people, their sympathies nre alive to
the wants or the whole people, and here
in lies the secret of their great success.
Those who seek to be popular must
study nnd bo familiar with the wants of
the masses, nnd prove loyal thereto.
To this fuel we may trace the grand suc
iu business, as welt as in religious un
dertakings, which many Americans have
achieved. Strikingly illustrative ol
these suggestions Is tbat great
establishment, located at Buffalo.
New York, and known as the
"World's Dispensary," a most appro
priate name. Indeed, for that vast Insti
tution, within whoso walls aro manufac
tured remedies which are In demand In
cverv nuarter of the irlohe. and at which
a corps of dlarJnrolslted ptrysIetejM. aaeV
surgeons, under the personal direction of
ir. I'lercc, are constantly aurainiswrina;
to the needs of thousands ors unerers ev
erywhere, and whose success In the treat
ment of all chronic aliments hat become
so well know that there is scarcely a
hamlet in the land In which his name is
not familiar. It proprietor, says the
Herald and TorehlwM, of Detroit, "is a
man ot the people, writes for them, and
to them tenders his eminent professional
services." His ndvertlsoinents are
earnest exhortations. Llkn tho
great revivalists. his enthusiasm
is multiplied by tho unparalleled suc
cess of his enterprise as well as by the
efticacy ol his remedies In curing disease.
The people believe in him and Tils reme
died, because, as the New York Tribune
says, "he sympathizes with them In all
ineiraiiiicuons, eiiort', ana attainments.
Hence. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery Is to-day more largely employed
as a blood and liver medicine, and also as
a cough remedy, than any other remedial
agent in the world, ills lavorite pre
scription, he Joes not recommend as a
"cnre-all," ns Is so often done by com
pounders uf worthless, humbug nos
trums, but for all diseases and weak
nesses peculiar to women it ha proved
Itselt so much of n specific that it now
enjoys great popularity and universal
confidence. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant
Pureatlvc relicts, "scarcely larger
than mustard seed," have proved
so agreeable and reliable as a ca
thartic thai tncy are rapiuiy taxing me
place of the large, nauseous pills hereto
fore so much In use: while his Compound
Extract of Smart-Weed Is a favorite rem
edy tor colic, cramps, summer-complaint,
diarrhoea, dlscntery, cholera and cholera
morbus and also as a liniment. OI Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Itemedy, and Dr. Pierce's
Xasal Douche, little need Is said, as tbey
are known everywhere as tne greatest
specllics for catarrh and "cold In the
head," ever given to the public And
besides this larjrc measure of success, Dr.
Pierce fcctns likely to achieve ns great re
nown as an author as he has ns a physi
cian. His Common Scums Medical
Adviser, a book of about 900
pages, which no fens ni mo uupar-
ailclcd tow price oi ii lias aireaoy
becn sold to the extent of exhausting
two editions amounting to lorty thou
sand copies. The secret of Dr. Pierce's
success, as well a3 that of the trreat revi
valists, and scores of other American?,
who by their genius luivo advanced step
bv step from obscurity to nllUiencu and
distinction, consists in treating the people
Willi consideration, sympathy, candor,
nnd honesty. Xo tnan, who hopes to at
tain cither wealth or distinction, can
affottl In deal unlalrly with the world or
be iudinc rent to the wants and best Inter
city ol humanity. 12-7-eoiUw
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Roofing and Guttering a SpeoiaHy.
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
any part or ooutnern iiimois.
Lightning Bod?, Pumps, Stoves
JoBblas; Prointly Dome.
',, D. MaUiuaa. K. C,
MATHUS8 to URX,
FLOUR, GRAIN. HAY AND
04 Ohio Xaotroe.
Isa -D A XTVD
AM XMM TMMY MM$T MM VIM.
Liberal terms to Arenta end the Trade.
MeeUat sad Term on application.
A&lreta, QBOVEB BAKER S. M. 00.
1M8UU at, Celeste, BV
THE NEW LOW RESERVOIR "STANDARD"
Greit Durability with Handsome
MAOE OKLY ST
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp'y
813, 614, 010 and 018 JT. KAUr STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
AUD SOU) EXCLUSIVELY BY
8.17-zm.O" W. HEXDERSOX, Cairo, Ulinoii.
JOHN B. PHZLLZS
(Suecesaora to John B. Phillle)
And Dealers la
HAY, CORK, OATS, FLOUR,
MAL, BIAiT, at.
Agents far LAILW ft XAJTB FtWDO 09
Xeraesr Taatla ftreet amd Okie
Xo SO Ohio Levee,
K. 3. Avres, 8. D. Ajree.
ATRE8 to CO.,
L. D. THOMS,
And dealer In
STAPLE AMD FAHOY
Yorelsm aad Dosaastle TrulU aaa 2fat
ll COMXraCIAL AVEJfrX.
O. N. HUGHES,
vtr Vatkus ft TThl's.
NONE bat rtrtt-CUaa Compaales repre
S AFFORD, MORRIS
T3 OHIO IXVEE,
City Satloaai Baak BuUdiag, vp-stairs.
The Oldaet Established Asreaey la eteut i
vru aaunina, ravraB(aaar owmw
W 000 ooo'
Dealer in Fresh Meats
TZ'tSJtVB tor sale UteTt eef,,Pork. Mattoa
JL. Veal, Laatb. Haiiaact. Ae.. aid 1 pre
Vtarait tr ee ftiwlllwi In aa mnika wiawwr
Crri MsUssd Book
aadacereU for Jllea aad , Ctcut. Seat nr fat
we stump. Addreea. .
hT. JI)3Krit MKOICjIIjIHUTITUTK
10-iMty St. Joseph, Mo.
ARE ECONOMY IN PRICE,
QUICK AND UNIFORM
Designs, and Giving PERFECT
REAL BSTATK AKT.
JOIVXTAXCUtl, VOTASIU tvtuc
Lead Atraata of the IlUatola Oeatral awed
Burllcifton and Qulncy K. R.
Kertk Oor. Sixth mad Okie) Levee,
r. o. LTKCll. k. i- noivutv.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
Collectors and Conveyancers.
Omox- At the Court Houm.
PARKER & AXLEY,
tJ-.SiHxliil attention gftn to Collection of
STORE ROOM 100 Commercial
Avenue, Cairo, Illinois.
WnOLESALE AMD IU2TAIL.
UC THE CITY.
Ooods Bold Vary Oiase;
Corner IBtk St. aad Ceeaaaaratal Av
C. O. FATTER ft CO.
BOX and BASKET CO
"All kinds bard and soft,)
FLOORUffQ, 8IDINQ, LATH, tto
Mill ttaA Yard,
Werner Thirty-Fourth Street and
ZZtTSBTJLTX'X" U "Xf Jl.
Corner WaahlnRton Av. and 14tU Street,
OPEN EROM6 TO 0 P.M. DAILY.
JAMES K. H.NK.
P. M. WAUD,
ZieMnB dk WARD,
Tlivbcat In the market. Also all klmlt of
SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD.
Ordors Delivered to any part
of tho City rromptly.
Leave Ordors at Crystal Saloon,
or at the Company's Offloe, at Mar
row Gauge Depot.
TERMS Wett Cash on Dollvory
JAMES K. LANE.
F OH the tpeedycur or. aefuinal Wcaka.
Loet Manhood and all dlaerdera teeakhl
ou by lnlltowtleiia or exec. Any lr(Ut
bat U InsreUieal,,
A.klie-. lir. S.inLTpKAO
t-il-.lAw-lv Otneinnatt. II ,
The OMwaiasj.Tief AMiov
" 0 w.f i , ,-.itv ,1
- T 'I I ,. 'n ni
t"Jl iit Jllx Ml
ViaMOBILI. s. , .
Ml. I l J
A Otteast Trlat rer Kverekey-rA :
prlaceljr ulp to the ear aaI featlTaCreseiStClUr .
to the Orute and ftafeella Urevee emrlMf
aad beauteous Hnner eealUi. the fHejaaar
land of Love, Poetry aad rtowm.Suiaf as diU.
the Inoat delUthlSul, aewptctoea eaeTattieallte
aeaimn of Uu year, whan Maw Urkaaaa. the
Mwnqttr and Metropolis or the Bout, aaa the
pride of Ua yaanrta; n Ma aaataki Haa.laaea i
ncss and licautjr, and clothed ta aA IteTrefMal
t i urn 1 i
i. . diiflr
to' -i ' ' s- -
j'" 1 - ifl
stasja .-u. , 0-m . JtiJi-,, m .
J . . . . J., . .
uiury ami .ifiieuiior
Oil rriday, Dernnber ,17, 1173. at a m., a
Apetlal train with ompsVand rkat-Ctaw Ae
caesjBodationa, In every, respect. imeliMllaal'ul. ,
road l'alaee Slreplna; CoahM,-aM aa eVaxaat'
atMlhrell kept jfcn-aefcmeat 4Maa,,wU4 iaave.Mk.
Colerabua, Jiy.,oii the Mobile A UhloraUroad, .
amiynn thnmli to New UrteaM, taalMt hleea "
cnnfceetltm aialoblle.nlUi Um Weer Orleaiaa eJ
Moille rallrofd, one of the Saeet 'reedi la Ik'
L'nlteil States, mnslna- fruaa MaMle Is Mew: 0ei t
leaefa ore, oae of the moat haaaUfai. (an, .,,
mantle and attractive aecUoae of ibe eeeatry,3
inar, uie ej everueneia, Deina aiaePKB
uai ,wiuHax ui rosea, wnu onwrra.
i, wiia nowrrat aaa ever -m
rich anil rare fiafiaaee
aolae Ororea that lie eea- s
' rear Ml either ahteTal- "
irreein, prrrunvsil br the rich ana rare
tlffuua In the HneoT
nnitaltthewavfroa hlah(l ea , Xaar OrUsna.
In abort It would require the sea ofaa laaelred
writer, or call forth the lanawawe of a aaaataaMat
aa waa used br OtIiI InhWI IllrllWI taSiliaj
of tteUoUlen Aarete palot the BlclUMe wJeav . .
tk1a thedeaerfptlotrof thleloTrthdKeTeW-'
trlut andoverlklS are have a iliitatSat iBa. A
leaving Mobile about : amUr iiera ttt. w ,
aatlnrrivlnr In New Orleans aboeMtVir'eYtM-1
eameuay. r r e -H .
FARE FOR. THE ROUND. TRIP : u
I TO XEWOULaVaNB AND KETURM. '
tubi ColiimUoa. Ky,, and between Hnaa u
bdldrand Colanibu. -i$tl O0
ratal Uaaiuoltaml bet were Oorlal had , , .4k a
lllimbolt -- - 11 SB
row Corinth and' bet eea 'Arteetav eao"' w -
raHath I It 00,
rrem Arteala and betWeeriHtrldlan aad
rrota Meridian.. OS
I tumuuiijs ajiiiBBSTuawr
Krotn Colnmfcui, Ky. , aad baWe -i
boiatanti iiumuu......-.......-.- M.,
From UumlwlUtand bttweea Carta a ai)
HumUoklt . ,1 .
From Corinth and tietwteB 'Artetla aad '
ConnUi-....- i t.. .. hi 1 1 iev-."
rrotn Arietta and between MtrUiaa aad .uitbt
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ChiUrfu Under 'fo&trftttffltieirf f
Under tour i tar, tn. ,
j t i .4 a btji SVJ'
Ticket, wilt he on sale ar'aM theprisclpal efr 4 '
Ileal on the Mobile Ohio, railroad., betwetiV
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..hlanit nulahK ether tuWBa la aOBHailMKea'
tuckV.anS lUioole, Weatl'eaneaM.aortkMIe- '
alaaljipt and North Alabama, .v , j... . .,, t,.
SMaotticaauwUt eostiueaee Bxieaiaat tat,
aoTcontlnue uu to Um epartua oX the traia oa,
the snoruinK of the 17th, and accommodation!
will iKJarnide for aer nesaheethettaey heiaar-
cuaaru. . j
TlckcU will be good on teeelal traia, peeeaa
ber!7. OAkxI retiirnlaa; on any wain oraaa'
tllJiecember Ul. lncraairta4i tiloieiaavr
one to retnrn at pleaeara, aeM MtHienlai ae oae
to remain longer than tbey wleto.
KanimhinlaU returnlnr ArOB Mew OrltaaB are
allowed to atop over at lkloxl, Bay 8t Iult.
t'aas unrmuan. uccan nprinaa, a-aaaavata. aau
other delightful and iwrulur waterluf ulaoea ,
uuicraor itaort a It noted on the Bay and liulf
Coast, and alone thellneof-rail roayJ. Horn New-
Orleuna to Mobile. ,
HueclaUarranireraentshave been made With
the very beat hotels in New Orleans, sad MoWle u
tolKanlKxcuralonltUat Kreatly reduced rates
while in the cUlea. Arraiurenaeahl herV ale:
leen made with all the Intdlna fbrarrea.ofera, ,r
hetitea. omnibus and tranefrr llneepleaawM'
atrainers, eta, at greatly rednoed ratea, s las i; j A
lieneiitoftliia Excurslou abut eontlilning eopa
otny with plcManre throasnent the entire trip, t w
Thla I. n rarr nniloHunltr forBuafeett Mf I
well aa thovein aearcli of Jeaura. anda trip tan
urhin iuimmm Ami mnuiiie no uv aaaur hb"
pleaeantly comblaed. .The attaalieBeUMJa-,
dlea in particular, tt also directed to thla. aa HI
eombtaea. ane KmiienwutBTi 4ll
ror uiaui inai naa ever jei men gviwm
Parties dealKnlnk- to make the trip are rwueat-
eAtvvUM(r ticket at the earHeat BOaarat
day I and aa an IndarasMat t pet eaaV. dlaoaaaat
w 111 be mad on all nurchaaes aud -Belbr tM
ISofneoesaber.' iTa.f r
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v -v '-It SO
r b in i
For the benelllpf those wishing to extent the
trip o Texas, an arranevmant baa been-anade--'
with Morgan's railroad aad uunlaeant Ua of a i
Ocean Htvuniera, to carrv, wartlea oftkOaKxaar- , ,
slon lrom New Orleans to Galveston aud retuxa ,
for tn (, Including meal and state rootti oa
boanl the stunner (for a number not lea than
li,), Any number lea IhaaW will bail SOU tr
ArraiigemenU will U mad with'sabar!-' '
rouda fur reduced tun, connctiHf wi tk SH
ciiraton uu tbat day, aisawiUt taaajaaa enej .i
neetug at t;olniHhu.r - -j , ,
r a1 ' 1
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For further sMfrmatten sdsltsss
U. X. COLLINS, TreWwj Tawt.,
Qencral Manage? of r.pursjps or "
wi 'a nrT.v.TTra saTilan "an''
a. !r ' V .
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