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leading Journal of Southern
Will steadfastly oppose the policies ot la
Keputillcan party, and refuse to he train
tcelled tb dictation of any clique In the
It btstevea that the Republican party bat
u'QUud IU mission, and that tue 0.mo
i r.Uv party m auw organized about I re
ttored to power.
It believe! tbs Usdleai trranny that b.
Ict several years oppressed tbe J-outb
should be over'.browa and tbe people rt ib'
feoitbern Sut permitted to rcotro. tbeu
It believe that railroad corporation
uld be prohibited by legla'atlve rtacli
lu-cn fr.im extorting and unjut'y dsn-run-tutting
In their busine transactions ait1
It recoiiie tbt e."juHl of tutu
lor tle law.
It advocates free comuierre und lu
advocaV'f reaumptioa of pciu- 4
bicut, and boncut payment cl tbe pu'ii
It advocates econonij in th I u ihi
Hod o! public atfalr
AS A NEWSPAPER
Tbe Bulletin will publish all tbe loea. news
tl .iro. and a variety of Commercial, 1
luteal, Foreign and General New, and et
deavor to ploase all Us to and interoit sh
la a thirty-two column paper, turnisbett tc
subscribers (or tbe low price of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
Tontae prepaid. It la the cheapest pape
in the Went, and ii a pleasing Firerid
Visitor and Family Companion.
Januot tail to tee the v ialed Induce-
ments offered by Tbe Bulletin In tbe way
ol cheap and proflUble advertlsementc.
JmJ -. J -nT" V
1WNI KA4 :.
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
: - -flnl- I f t " j
73 OHIO LEVEZ.
City Rational Beak Baildiag, uy-tUiM ,.
The Oldeat Kotabltehsd AirMMf to Sttti
rn lllUaoia, rpraOTit1nr ?
' iAi?rr jafonj.
Blake & Co.
B. F. PARKER,
faints, Oils, Varnishes,
vVall Paper, Window Qlua, Win
dow Bhadeg, Ac.
lwy on hand, tbe celebrated Illtiaiii.ntiD
A L ItOlt A. OII
Oorner ElTnth Street and Waabiar
ton A !!
BOX and BASKET CO
All klada kard aa-1 aofl.) .
FLOOB1NQ, SIDINO, LATH, fro.
Mill aad Yr.
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
N Mi Ol.i. Un.
7 r. tf
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOENT3 AMERICAN POWDEB CO
57 Ohio Levee,
O. D WILLIAMSON,
He. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
Sl'KClALattvatiet iven toeoasigntneuU and
EJAll for $1.00.
Trn eltp-unt shet-ta or ChoU lliuie iirrttngod
l(r tll riHtin l'f.rlM U-lll tu.nt kaer it.tl . fa.
ciii of otiv il'.lUr, (jhisI pu t) or single copies
itt i cnU enrh.
deal ia Ihti Luiteil htatM.
IUi)ih-r days Inatnimental Tom Rrown
U by va I not Krtf-t (iaribie
1'wU'rt the W nre -... MayluUi
tiiKb tale alu Struuaa
Uuwb whr lira Violets Urow VVexterna
When Old Jrvk.on luid bi. lay We.u-rne
The OranJ Old rin JUiblea
The I'vllCKe (Juickalep v....a.UMhlaid
There's a letter in I lie Candle .... -..Loot
lioyou Iteally Thiuk be Uld? .
Artilres wrder. to lnj,w. UitelMm k. Pah
IUhir.,.K'iliird Aveuua N.T. S-a-iKro.
THE ENENY OF DISEASE I '
THE FOE OP PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
, , ; le tke Ueaaui Old
la IN 1MB ITT
Which has stood the teat ' of 40
There is no sore it will not Heal,
no Lameness it will not Cure, no
Ache, no Pain, that Afflicts the Hu
man body, or the body of a Horse
or other Domestio animal, that
does not yield to jts magic touch.
A bottle costing 25c, 60c, or tl
has often saved the life of a Human
Being, and Restored to Lite end
Usefulness; Many a. Valuable
Bene.- . P ?, ' -
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0&c. Ba.lltlA BtiUilac, Csnet Ttretfth Sltxt aal
8 ' Ki OA1KO, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 187G.
1 1 7 I -- M mi r i ' ' " ' i - - -
rlnnrll. riowa, an th mrpabllraa
(Cbicngo EveninK Journal.
Tbi afternoon reprwntatlTe of the
Mourner found lion. J. M. Griuntll, ex
CoiigreMinan of Iowa, at the Grand l'aeitic
lioul, and IntenUwed blm regarding the
nominations made at Cincinnati.
Reporter Mr. Griniicll, I learn that you
were in Cofxrcee with Gov., Hayes, and
that you know him well. I'lea trll tne
what and who lie 1.
Mr. Crlnnell I served with him In Con
xrem and have only pleaxant iiieinories of
him. He U In personnel fine-lookint', light
b tir, plesfOJit round lace and ruddy rtn
pletloa, t do not renuiinber blm aatpeuk
lb(;'on a 1II1 or reporting one. He was
inlet and gentlemanly, leeming a great let
ter writer and a good lUtener. everybody
reepected bim In bin circle, and be'wK
rather cvntiervntlve than radical, tie at
tended chiireh, and ii a church member.
A a candidate I tbiuk be ba no vulnerndle
points, and will be aafe If not atfrredve.
He smile oftentr than the MaahueUs
AdiiEt, but ) a uiet represent .tive of
tlit diktiagui'bed family.
Reporter Who can beat him, think you f
Mr. Q. You aek who cau beat him f I
think Judge Divi, of Illinois; yet the
moat probable candidate agaln-t bim are
Tiiden for Preaident and Uendritlu far
Vice-l'ret-ident, Irom the privotl State.
Heporter What do you know about our
candidate lor Vice-President?
Mr. O. Mr. Wheeler ii a very able, pop.
ular candidate, and will do more towards
carrying Louiaiana than any other into.
And what la true of Louiaiana 1 trie of the
whole Hontbweat. He wat lorniaJly a rail
way manager and Is a practical butineas
man as well a a tkilfulparliamenUrian and
a safe and good man In Congress. He will
have the tame Influence In carrying New
York now that fcilas Wright bad in 144.
He will be enable, dignified President of
tbe Senate, and be should be caUd to the
Presidency, would fi I the bill completely
Mr Grinnell also banded our reporter a
copy of a dii-patch be aeut to Mr. liiaiue
this morn'njf, as followa :
"To Hon. J. G. Blaine :
"My hearty congratulations to you per
sonally on the lue. In lalliiiL', you are
like the Irishman- wall -higher when you
fi-ll than wtu-n von were stindinif
4. IK UK5XU. 1
An KyrHllaew' Arronat of (orawal
I la' Narreaider.
From the Kredrickaburg New.
Not long a luce, being at Yaokton, Va , I
fell into a Uiicourie with a very old negro
man, who wa iuite coiamuuicative. A
nearly as I ean recall the words, bis narra
tive wa a lollow :
' ! aee General Wanblnton ? Ye, sab
why, I was here all de time. tSre de britiah 1
See Coriittallis r 'i'o be t-ho' want 1 here,
rli;ht tere all de time Sullenly, 1 see
'em all. Now, 1 tell you, ma'si I I ace (ien
eral Wanhinifton an' be wa a t-ettin' on bit
lioi an' a eatin' o: a peach ; an' Cornw all!
be come out down toward 1 1 creek, an' be
start to run, but General Wai-liiugton he
tee him d'r- tly, and he started arter him,
an' General Washington be didn't want to
Lake no aiivantaKe ul bim, so he run welt
an' pretty aoun he catch Cornwalli. an' ha
catch him by de neck, an aay, 'You damn
rounJril, I got you I' An' Cornwalli be
turn 'round an' handed Mr. Geatral Wah
int;ton hi a'ord. an' General Washington he
je took it an' he cut hi head on ! ee It i
To be ho' I tee it I was right here all de
time, Ma! How I gwlne help see it V
Je4S I tell you General W'a-liinton wa
a aettin' on hiahoss, an'eatlu' of a peach"
Itut it is not necessary lor mc to repeat
the old man's ttory a often as he did. Suf
fice it to say, that he never varied in any
particular ; tbiu furnishing one of the belt
indication ot veracity aud accuracy.
By Ii. V. Pierce. M. !., ol the World's His
peufcary, liudalo, .V V-, auUiorof ' 1 he 1'eo
plc's Cvuiiuon Sunt Medical Adviser," etc
The liver i the great depurating (uurl
lying) organ of tbe gysleui, and liaa very
appropriately been termed Uie "house
keep'r" of our health. I have observed
in the dissecting-room, and also lu mak
ing post mortem examinatioiiH of the
NKlie8 of those who have dieil of dtfj'er
eut disea.se. that in a large proportion of
eases, the liver has given i-videuoeol hav
ing at some time Uu diseased. Liver
aftections are ejiially prevalent in beasts.
Every butcher knows that the livers of
cattle, ilieeji aud sw'uie, are ten times as
frequently diseased as uny oilier organ.
A healthy liver each day secretes about
two aud and a half pound ot bile.
When it becomes torpid, congested, or It,
from any cause, it be disabled in the
performance ol its duties, it is evident
that the elements of the bile
must remain in . the ' blood, thus
irritating, poisoning, and perverting,
every vital process. Nature attempts to
rid the system of these noxious ma
terials by meaus of other organs, as the
kidneys, lungs, skin, etc., which become
overtaxed iu performing their additional
labor, are nnable to stand the pressure,
. The brain, which is the grunt electrical
ceuter ot all vi&lity, becomes overslim
ulated with unhealthy blood, aud falls to
normally perform Its functions, llauce
there is dullness, headache. Impairment
of the memory, dizziness, gloomy fore
bodings and Irritability of temiK-r,
When the blood is diseased, the akin
manifests discolored spots, pimples,
blotclies, boils, carbuncle, and scrofu
lous tumors. The stomach aud bowels,
sooner or later, become cltecled, and
constipation, piles, dropsy, dysuoia, . or
diarrluea, Is the iuevilable result. i '
SVM1TOMS OF L1VKB C0M1'LIXT. ,
A tallow color of the skin, or yellow
ish bro wo spots ou the- luce and other
parts of the body t dullness and drovvst
next, with lrtquciit headache dizziness,
bitter or bad taste iu the tnoulb, dryness
ot the throat, and internal beat ; palpita
tion of the heart, a dry, teasing cough,
ore throat, unsteady apiietitu, sour
stomach, raising of the food, aud a cliok
ing seiuation iu Ihu throat; sickness aud
vomiting, distress. , heaviness, . aud ji
bloated, or lull teellng about, site atou
ach and sides ; aggravating paius lu the
sides, baek, or breast, hud about - the
tsoalderg; tolio pal as and soreness,
tkoogu Uie bowels ; tonstipatlou, alter,
natiou with dtarrhrt-i ; piles, rJatuleuce,
Btrrousness, coldness ot the eitretne
tias, rush of blood to the head,
with symptoms of apoplexy; nurubueas
of the limbs (especially at night), and
chills, alternating with hot dashes; kid
ney and other urinary difficulties, dull
ness, low pirit, and gloomy forebo1- 1
lug. nly a few of these sy mptons will
be likely to be present In any case at ono
time. 1 i ;
Tkr atmi N'T. Take Dr. Pierce's Oold
cn Medical JI.covcry, with small doc
of Ids 1'leasnnt 1'nrgative Felleta. which
net as an alternative on the liver. For
l.lver Complaint and the various affec
tions caused by a dl.cawl liver, these
remedies are unsurpassed. The Golden
Medical iJiscovry does not simply palliate
the disea-e, but it produces a lasting ef
lect. By its use, the liver and stomach
are changed to au active, healthy stale,
the appetite is regulated, the blood pa ri
fled and enriched, and the entire system
renovated and restored to health.
The Discovery Is sold by drugglsU. H.
V. Pierce, M. !., Proprietor, World's
Dispensary Buffalo, N. V.
r. r. Hankers Bitter Wine mt Iron
has never been known to fail in the cure of
weakness, aUeaded wtlh symptom; Indis
position to exertion, Iom of memory, diffi
culty of breathing, jreoeral weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nenrou trembling, dread
ful borrorof deatii, night sweats, eoM ft,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, unt
verfal lassltuile ot the auiscular system,
enormous appetite with dyspeptic symp
toms, hot bands, flaabina: ot the holy, dry
ness of the akin, pallid eountenaccs and
eruptious on the face, purifying the blond,
pain In the bark, heaviness ot tbe eyelids,
frequent black spots flying before tbe eyes
with temporary suttision and loss Of sight,
want ot attention, etc. These symptom
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use E. F. Kunkei's Bitter Wine of
Iron. It never tails. Thousands are new
enjoying health who have used it. Take
only E.F. Kunkei's.
beware of counterfeits and base imita
tions. As Kunkei's bitter Wine of Iron is
ao well known all over the country, drus;
cists themselve make an imitation and try
to palm It off on their customers, when thrj
call for Kunkei's Kilter Wine of iron.
Kunkei's Hitter Wine of iron is put up
only in 41 bottles, and ba a yellow wrapper
nicely put on the outside with tbe pro
prietor's photograph, on Uewrapper of
each bottle. Always look for the photo
rraph on I he ouuide, and you. will always
be sure to get the genuine. One dollar per
bottle, or six for $5. Sold by druggists aad
ALL WORMS REMOVED AUVC
K. F. Kunkei's Worm Syrup aever fails
to destroy Tin Seat and btomacb Worms.
Dr. Kunkel, tbe only successful phjsiciaa
who removes Tape Worm in two hours,
alive, with head, and no fee until removed.
Common sense teaches that il Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms can be readily
de.troyed. nend lor circular to Dr. Ken
kel, No. ti North Ninth street, ihiladl
pbia, I's., or call on your druggist and ask
for a bottle of Kunkei's Worm Syrup.
Price, f 1.00. It never falls.
Lyon's Kathairox makes beautiful
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevents its rail
ing out or turning gray. It bas stood the
te6t of 40 j ears. Is charmingly perfumed
and has no rivaL lO-dAwly
HaGan's M iO.iouA Balm preserves and
restores the complexion ; removes freck
les, tan and sailowness : makes tbe skin
soft, white and delicate. Iu application
annot oeueiecteu. it-iu-d&wly.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale aad KUil Itlcr in
Foreign and Domestic
WIlfKN OF AIsIs KINDS,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
M ESSRy. fatTTH a CO have eonatantlT
a lanre (lock ol Um bit vumL lu Uur him..
ket, and give especial attention to the iioltial
raoca in in ouaineaa.
THE BEBT AND PUREST
CHEAP, CONVENIENT. CLEANLY.
ASK VOUR GROCER OR DRUGGIST FOR IT
WM. GLENN 4 SONS, CINCINNATI.
.1. W. MITCHELL. V. r. It. S. BHiriUAM, at. 9
Era. MITCHELL & BRIGHAM,
0Ksicil attentioa eivva to Sinyery and
be treatment of thrume Diseases. 6-zo-lm.
elliuae4 la Um United
h tales, Canada, aad Eu
rope terms as low aa
those of any other ralia
dence iovlad is the Ens;
lUh aad foreign anguagM, wiln taventors. At
torney at Uw, and other Soliciitora, wuiaJI
w Ui ihoae who have bad their utses rjecteU u
thehaoils ol other attorneys. In re)ectd eases
out lm are reaaouabb), ana no charge U mail
Bnlaas we are suueeaaftii.
Il fun waul a pat-
rnt.aeud tu a model
or skrttth and a
lull tteae.riplion ol
W'k will make u
exaiuinatioiiat the patent offlix, and U w Ikink
it mlf nlal.le. will send you pairs and ali iee
and roavul your ease. Uur lee will be in or
a unu or wruwa la nuuiwa
i or writU-a ia nutltrrs '
ig to palenl. TJ
ul Law audll . '
mt.kl V.e.iinHil..l(iH.v nf P,lntll.
Clerelaad. Ohio) U. H Kellry, Esq.! Kec'v
Natioaai lirange. Loulaville, Ky i Cwnuuodor
Uan'l Aniruen, V. M. N-, Uakfilnglou, 1. V. :
Ij-Seucl Hiainy for our "Oulds for ibuun-
nt'aleuU, ' ' a bowk of Mgie .
klrw ;-Ui atcr aft Co., Sulci
tore af faleaU, VVbing;luu, l. C. ..
; v FOE FARMS ! v
No Belts or Bellous.
-tu yrun t nrc 1;;
at whal'te waatwt.' Head te-eakt Sua tnr
rircJarof:Ul'tit: i'OBTAMLK JNUU.kTon,
Iroy, Sew York. a-tltf
II a a
m m e a aw w
TTa1ag - t - r jLreae.
MT. CARBON(Bifj Muddy)
PEYTON A CANNEL
Order for Ooal bj tks car-load
t,on, or in hofataswda, for Bbipmtmt
jrompUy attended to.
t9To Urge ooneeiere end ail
Jianufecturere, we ere preaptjured
U supply any quantity by th
month or year, et uniform ratea.
CaTJtO CTTT COAL COXYaTT.
I"?HAlHiiaT Rrn 'a nfllr. Hit Ts) fMila T vm
kVlUlfuiay Hr 's wharf boat.
tr-At Egyptiaa MUU, or
VTM the Coal Dump, foot ef Tautr-Iigh
CfPoat OfBo Drawer. .
rOMTk VlkAAtS BtiOUt THE fCMLIG.
DR. C. H?LANE'S
, SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
MHE -countenance is iuL and
X leaden-colored, with occx-iional
flui'.ics, or a circuimscribc! .sjxH on
one or Uth cheeks ; the eyes become
; dull ; the papilsd ilate ; an azure scmi
' circle runs along the lower eye-lid;
the nose islrritated, swclli.and aoiue-.
iiincj bleed i ; a swelling of the Mpper -lip;
occasional headache, with hura
;m in or throbbing of the ears; an
unusual secretion of saliva; slimy or
furred tongue; breath very foul, par
ticularly in the morning; appetite
variable, sometimes voracious, with a
gnawing sensation of the stomach, at
others, entirely gone ; fleeting pains
in the stomach; occasional nausea
and vomiting; violent pains through
out the abdomen ; bowels irregular,
at time costive; stool liray ; not
unfreqeMlr-tinged -wfth' blood;
biiy swollen and hard; urine tur
bl l; respiration occasionally diffi
cult, and accompanied by hiccough ;
cough someti mesdry and convulsi ve;
ti iea;y and disturbed sleep, with
grin-ling of the teeth; temper varia
ble, but generally irritable, &c.
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exist,
DR. C. MTLANE'S VERMIFUGE
Will certainly effect a cure.
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN MERCURY
in any form ; it is an innocent prejia
rat ion, not capable of doing the slight
est injury to the most ttndcr infant.
' The genuine Dr. MTLane's Ver
mifuge bt-.Lrs the sionmnrpa if C
( "O - -
MvLaxe and Fleming Bros, on the
DH. C. M?LANE'S
These IIU ai d Dot recommended
a a remedy for "all the ills that
ilesh I heir to," but in affections of
the Liver, and in all Bilious Com
plaints, Dyspepsia aud Sick Head
ache, or diaeusea of that charac ter,
they 6tand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No hotter cathartic can be used
preparatory to, or after taking Qui
nine. Ai it pimple purgative tlioy are
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never Btigar
Each box has a red. wax seal ou
the lid, with the impretiou Dn.
MVLaxe'u Liver Pilus.
Each wrapper bears thesiguatures
of C. MV'LANEand Fleming Bros.
Sold by all retuwctahle druggists
and fouiitry storekeepers tftiu rally.
Attorney at Law.
OrriCK t At residence on Kinth 8trrt, te
tWMD Wtabuukaa awataw and Walnut St.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
T O. Bualei
froprietor ' , '
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
. .'' '. MiMVTAOrVWOL,
oltotla BulldU. r. TwUJU 4ttrst
-- ; nd WaataBarioD Avuu, . , ,
'.! '. . Oealvo. XHiaaola.
OHunty aad Ball road Work a atMciaUf
rpav wM.sjr aifsii, -
ei.tS par yet nNlas lraid,J .
,:'-'J ' .. i, , j coiJal.nJ
-.-t.r ; BEST AND CHEAPtJiT t,;1 K ,
Faper ubliaail la Southern Illinois.
WII.T. OV ILK
la all Their Itartmmf
Oommanctan- May 1st, 1C78.
Rich Black Silks
Tlw Most Ctlebrated Lyons Looms,
At ei ea RiurM from ei ao,
At J V atolucwl I mm ei M7,
t il 15 ?iowd from fa ,
At e ke.lu.l fmm iW,
M C&j d has l
At MoKoIdcH froiaei IS,
At il OO UeduiM-d lro a ei SM,
At ei as TlwIiiRtd from ei SO,
At ei M ludiiotd from ei He.
kesakt mm n m mi
Id C'amrl'slfafr. Chcrloti, and Danussws, Rr-
duccd to T. , w) emu $1, from f l
1 tl 75 and i oo.
Popular Dress Goods
In Kw and rahlonablcFaljrica and Color, ol-
' . laVj RcdMd from Iftci
lSe RcdnoM froa SS;
Sc Rcrtuoad from a)et
aa Roliiocd from aTct
aec, Former price SO : to 84a.
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
At SMt, I00 and 1125, Fornsarly Sold at ).
f- and i0.
M id Scirlet Sielk Shvls
At$J.i, $ and$0-
Rluccd from , aMndV,
At tl i' to a- Rcdoocd lrom W to t.
Ladies' and Mlsset' Suits,
The Lairst Paris ttyto fmm SIS Upwards. ru-braving-
Um choicest norelLws at
ENORMOi: EtDl tTIONS.
Ladiea and Childrena Underwear
An Immens Stock of Mst Bnutlful and
All at Very fireal ltelurtion.
IjmIU's', f 'hiMren's and Gentlemen's
ThelWt Knglish. Trsnch and tier man Goods.
All Uarkeo at Lowest PossibU 1'rices.
Are thoroughly stocked with the Lt
(roods, at tbe lowest package prices. Beau
tiful American prints at 5c. and Oc. per
J ard ; standard i 4 bleached goods at 10c ;
mdale shirtings at 10e.; Mew York
Mills, liio and 5-4 lieU(f at Hie
mi m mi mm
Iu all the Various Grades, at Uargiiiue.
(Wiiivb we keep at tbe Graud 8lreat star
oolj), we are oUeriug KBglisfe and Aaei4.
cu Upemie at tl, fornasr price 1 I ft;
body Brussels at l 50, forasw prloe $i Nt;
all-wool Insraia at "Ou., foraier prks. UOe.t
three ply tnarralss at tl IA, loruirr pile.
w, uiinviu t ooc, o ive i loruier
price t 7c.
aaiupMi of goods, aad catalogues of la
diea1 aad aaiaaea suit aud utMlia under
wear, ana intent' oatttts, seat Ires f charge
q ail aecUoas o Um I'aatad ataiee.
, uues lor aeli-meaurssns m spf"
eat'o to all parts et Use eualrj.
Orders lor goods of all kinds will be eare
fuilT attended to, and tbe rood peeked
and tonrarded wtibout Cbarge, . Jaa-r)ni
Prtiiwty tti Twtstti tlrut
w Crtitd tci ttrittia Sis., n. Y.
mx mm n air tu nm
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2.50 psrDay.
moorn and Board. Sd Floor 9.O0 Far Day
pnnlal Ratei Vy Week r Iteata.
A limited number of very desirable familt
room can be secured at reasonable rates lor the
The Ht ClMUiee ia tbe Unrest and beat aamelat.
ed House in Southern Illinois, ami la the leading
hotel In Cairo. Notwithstanding tke "Bed
Kwk" reduction la prlrm, the sable will, a
nsual.be libersUy supplied with the ry bmt
of everything that can b found in market .
Kine Ury. sample rooms tot cvmsneroial braT
elers. on ground floor, free of charge.
..EAII baggwreofguasU conveyed to and Irom
the hotel without charge.
JKWKTT WHVX CO.,
WHOLE8ALK AJfC ftJCTAIL.
nr TUB CITY,
Qooda Sold Very Cloee.
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C. 0. PATTER & CO.
The Gamble Wagon
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Hear Thirth-Pourth Street
SIXTH STREET. Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMEBCIAIi
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can Amu Oood Work.
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TAKE TUK . .
; THE OXLV DIUECT ROtTTF. TO ..
By Uils Line Puaeaare-re nr i
Centennial Orounds, or at Broad and Fine
streets, in vicinity ol the Leading hotels la
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CAS STOP OIT AT TUK
Ana visit tne i.overnment Buildings, and tbe
manv objeots of Inlerwts In and about Washing-
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Is Celebrated for its
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' WORTH, 80 VTK. KABT OR WXA3T, .
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