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CAIRO, ILLINOia WEDNESDAY, JUN1S 28V l8tG:' ,
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leading Journal of Southern
Will itftuJfistly oi.;.unu the policies c It
hcpuMican party, and rcftne t be trata
welled KttiB dictation'! :iy cin, j. la
It be.tevcs that toe KepuMicen put) u:
u'filled Its mission, and that the it mo
ivaUc party as now organised fhoulu re re.
tored to power.
It biuret tli Kadicai trranny ttjt hB
ior several year oppressed' the South
ilioulJ be overthrown end t!,e people f I .u
southern States peraifttel to ruatrr,: tueii
It t.cl!ev6i that railroad corporation
ikou'.J he piohiMtp I by lie;is'slivp er.ai U
uieut- from txioriiiu and un;ut!y ti.-nm-In.itin
In their business transaction vrlih
It rcooi:rjifc Hi? Cjiiaiity ol Bit3
lor the lsr.
It advocates tree coirn..,ice t.rliT lot
advoraloe rc.-tiinptlc ol spe. lo ;.y.
meet, an-1 honest payment oi tua puttie
It edvoeatm economy in the 1 u o i- tr
tlon ol pulilio aflairs
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The bulletin will publNh fell the lcn news
c( Cairo, and a vuilcty of Commercial, i'o
lltlcal, Foreign and (ionerai Nows, and et
leaver to please all tastes and interest ah
T II K
Is a thirty-two column pap.T, tiirni-bed to
subscribers for tke low price of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
l'ostag prepaid. It Is the cheapest papo;
in the West, and la a pleasing Firesiu
VUttor aud Family Companion.
Canuot tail to tee the rivaled induce
menu offered by The Hulletlu in the way
of cheap anil profitable advertlsemcnu.
WHOLES A t.fc OKH'EM. "
STBATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale : Grocers
A.QENT lATtERIci POWBIR CO
57 Ohio. Leree.
. d. d wiijiakson: '
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
QI'KCIAI. Rtff-Dtnti fiven tocoiuiiuiiircU and
O IllllUi. or lrr
5 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
Cr.y Kational aak EolWicg, vp-itairi.
?he OUeBt l-.ntlit J Areney In Sout '
ern Illioia, ropreenUn ovnr
I.KllOX DE.tl.l H5l.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
w"holaa'.a ri.J lti-laf) D'l ra Irt
Foreifin and Botccslic
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
ME""lf. SI' VI II CO have conn mily
c uiri! to,:k i ma Uri (f''1- " n.ny
kt, Bixl trivc ml ktuiil.uu tot lie loifmiif.
rnn. ii of Lie liu.iue.it.
P.I.T AM) OILS.
Blake & Go.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
vVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, Sic.
Alwuya tB Imu l. the reitbrated llliuuiimtiu
Oornor Klaventh Street and Waehiar
BOX and BASKET CO
, ' Ah kioila banl aud aoft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATII, &.c
Mill and Yard,
Corner Thirtjr-Fovirth Street and
- Ki luivt
No 80 Ohio Levee,
7 . tf.
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
la Hie tirud Oltl
Which has stood tho test of 40
There ia no sore it will not Heal,
no Lameness it will not Cure, no
Ache, no Pain, that Afflicts the II u
man body, or the body of a Horse
or othjr Domes tio animal,' that
Joed not yield to its magic touch.
A. bottle cos tine 25c, 60o. or$l
has often saved the Ufo of a Human
Being, and Restored to Life and
Usefulness Many a Valuable
An Anil i:ilarallnnl Atnrnln
Willi l.lule lo Nbnw tor II-TIip
Want ul InlellMliinl fulliirr
In lb t'ppcr f'lanora of
v i:na;llab Hnetrt) .
Kn.m the Loudon M'orhl.
r hav Jut nrrhed at thtf nd of a pe
riod which May be derribe4 the great
eduvntlonnl optortnnitjr In auclctyV year.
The whirl ol'the Ixniloi) aea-oti h:n al
ready well lij,'h bfgun, and the busiue-a of
pleasure will noon be so exacting in its
i-lidtna that all thoinlit of tho bii!-it of
Intillei tu:il culture will hnve to be la'd a-lde
lor another twelve month". Lent, however.
h.ii !? n tho epoch f not only penitential
abrtln-'Coc, but haM also been utilized in the
entiw'iiieiit oreasion for ( nriehing the iniud
with the widomof a'e., and oi'tiFyiiithe
aoul with the precepts ofphlluf ophfr, poets,
and teacher, old and iietr, whom, In the
pre.e ntiil hurry of their ordinary fxNtcLcc,
the men and wemen of the nineteetith ccr
tnry an Hearcely tind time to notice. Keg
ularly once a year we are told how many
tons ol literature have been produced by
tho i.ative author of the Uriti-h ile, an 1
how miry du re hive been imported Iroin
abroad. Tlii- item of statistical itittliiijf nee
is frequently upplemetted hy an entimate
of the tiunbcr of readers at the Uriti-U
museum, with tlie average of tin- books
which th-y have consulted: while latterly
Mr. .Mudi ban been in the habit of iriving
tie a oaluUtion of tho part which his library
tlas in the education oraniiiciueiit f.f the
upper or middle clu9t.. Jt would be ex
eeciingly interesting: if to the information
thii suplied could be ad Jed a tabjlar
ktatemnt shov. ing tie feasots of the year
at wiit di his t'.re of m:tital paLuliim was
chiefly c iiumeil. 'I h' -re i.- at Ica-t oue re-
tilt which it may be predicted with coLii
der.ee it would j itld. The polite world
would Jm- lot. nd to depend nliuosl entirely
for it knowledge of ctirr iif or pn-t liters,
ture, phiicphy, or Je.tn'o f u the facts
wlde'.i K could inatT during the lorty day
that folic w Ash W'e.lcendsy. To rert'l dur
ing the London tieasou i. at hoprluMt aa to
eii'leavor to decipher an iiieuiide maun
script In an exprc.-a train. When the sea
son U over, the jaded ly-teiu revoltalron
the thought of fttldy, v. hi'e the countrj'
le '.ise u.it ol a'ltuion and winter are nut a
nietiilou of the chief iiir.ie of the
metropolitan spring and sitnimer.
K!)l C vrtO.VAI. AI'I'AHAl'l S.
V! if o:tr zeal lor knowledge bear any
relation tcur epportuuitic for knowledge,
we ougul beoud doubt be the most highly
d. mated people In t':e woild.' Our educa
tional a paralus grows daily. New institu
tion tire !er.ed; new adjepie ,f lectures
aiv announced The production of what
mar be called tf;c literature of informat'en
ia iiiiiiii-iii-l cu i tie lu'Ttiisc. I'resh biog
raphies, fre!i bif..ksrf tratd appear evtry
vc k, and if one c nulls the well-iuformed
el'.icials at aiy of the public libraries, f,ne
will h3 tild that the popularity which thte
tijoy i ailoifethcr In txccati of the demand
after novel' and other literal y frivoliliea,
Scieutitic manuals anil theological text
books arc nl-n greatly iu lcipucft. -nl
thii is I. fit a -mail part of tbo machin
ery with which society iii pro ided for the
itlipl'uM-meiil of it mind. - An eminent
philologi-t v .jiidirnsa, iu a lucid and wt II
planncd lii our.-e. tne rcsearchra ol year
ui'n an hour aud a hall. An Idt-torian w ho,
alter hall a century devoted to the examin
ation of tiiu monumental recoid-i, corroded
coins' and h.ipelcn tombstones, has muv
cceJed in ciiiuio-tan'ial y ib moiistrating
that the tcstilnocy on whieh his predeces
fois depends is worthless, construct with
lancinating facility an entirely new theory
of tho development of the nation, anil ex
plains it to a well-dressed, well-bred audi
ence ia the early part of a Saturday after
noon. Famous geologists, pala ontologists,
chemists, psychologists, and aavau uur
ally, invest the moat predound of Mibjects
aud the mct obscuro of speculation with
the vi id personal interest ol a new chapter
in the chi-oui'jut tcanJaUdfv of the day.
There arc exhibitions of tine art in every
thoroughfare, and show of bric-a-brac iu
eery atrect. If we have rinks, we have
al.-o be es. Just as the fashion tct at riiime'a
was eopicd by the King's road, and has
gradually become universal, both through
out the capital an 1 the kingdom, o the spell"
iug-bee has bee-mo the parent of an innu
merable. hot of similarly edifying euter
tainmcnU. We have musical bees, histori
cal bees, geographical bees, quotation bees,
derivation bee, aud there is not the slight
est r?ason why this mode of public personal
examination tdiould not be extended to ev
ery department ol human knowledge.
KlI'KKUCIALlTV OK ATTAINMK.V18.
Tho education of aooiety shauld there
fore, it may well bo thought, be thorough
and complete. Yet, us a matter of fact, it
remains pretty well where It has always
beeu. The men and women ol the great
world neither know more or les. A cer
tain cant of superiority may vein the con
versation draw ing-rooius, aud the caut of
art is a sort of la.hlonuble epidemic during
the exhibition ol the Uoyal Academy; but
the basl of solid knowledge upon which
that conversation rests has not become
deeper or more solid with the supply ol the
cdtiutloss new materials ol Its structure.
It U not too much to ssy that with nincty
niue out of a hundred no specific addition
is undo to the la.-ts or what may be called
their pur.ly educational ki owledge alter
they leave school oi college. In other
words, while they are graduating in tho
world's ucsdeuiy, they do uoibJo to iu
crease that store of book wisdom of which
they may have gained position when as yet
in tttitu iuiatliari. Their views ol Ultra,
ture and history remain to the end of their
lives what those views were when they
passed the last examination and answered
the last question. If thay have traveled a
good deal, tbejr will have increased their
knowledge of geography; it Ihev ait un
usually obdervaut, they will have tcipttrcrt
some novfl ideas on the subject ol polities
nd government. 'Co put It ' UiiTertotiy,
they may amplify Indefinitely their knowl
edge of nature and of ian, but tbcywlli
not amplitj their knowledgo of hoiks.
This, it mi) be said, I the highest educa
tion, aud we have lately been reminded that
such it was esteemed by the ( I reeks. It
nnit be renumbered, however, that we In
these dys ha?e a hi tory and literature he
hind tis of soiio eighteen cen!urie, which
the (Ircrks bat not. Beyond the daily and
weekly newsjapcr, which ia skimmed
rather than real, tho enormous majority of
intelligent irenfemen whom one encount
ers, day by day and hour by hour,nbso
lutely avoid print. Fcrhaps the best proo(
of the very slender character of the attain
ments, and the ery limited decree ol mis.
ccllanrous information ol wsich the clut
ol whom we now stunk can t3Jt,istba4
miration mvarlab yexclted l.y the fact ol
one ol their number bctiaylug somethicg
that is only a lew degrees removed lrom
sheer ignoranoe on rucstlons of art, of hit
tory, of literature, and science. There
never was a time when it was eier for a
person ambitious of that rctiowu 0 pur
chase the cheap distinction of omuiscVnce
among tho circle of hi ciutj friends. He
has but to travel a little, observe a little,
catch up a few shibboleths of artistic criti
cism, allude now and again to the writers,
of aotiijuity and of the renaissance, and he
will (juickly come to be pointed out as a
monument of universal knowledge. It is
true that if he presumes too much upon bis
repitition ho win be avoided as a bore;
but then he miy have t' e satisfaction of
ledoctlng that he has lor a brief while not
ineffectively passed as a prodigy.
:. r. li linker Blller Winn of Iron
has never been known to fail In the cure of
weakness, attended with symptoms; indis
position to exertiou, loss of memory, dilli
ciiity 01 breathing, gcbcral weakness, honor
of di-ease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
lul hoiroi of death, night sweats, cola feet,
weakne-s, dimiitss of vision, languor, uni
versal las-ltud" ot tho muscular svntem,
enormous appetite with dyspeptic Vymp
torn", hot hxiid-, flushing of the bo iy, dry
ness of the skin, pallid countenai ( aiid
eruptions on the I ice, purity in 2; tho blood,
p'lio in the back, heaviness ot the ejelids,
lre(uent black spots tl..iug before the t yes
wit'i tempjlary sullMon and loss of Sight,
vvaut ol attcu'iou, etc. These symptom
all aiie from weaknes-. andtbicmedv
that, u-c V.. I". Kunkel'a Hitter Wire c"f
Itoc. i: never lails. Thousands are iiow
ctjoying health who have used it. Take
ot.ly K. F Ivuiikel't..
He ware of eountcrfeits and base imita
tions As KunkoPs hitter Wire of Iron is
so well knon n all over the country, drug
ifisLs themsel-'ca make an imitation and try
to palm it otfon their customers, when turj
call lor leunkcl's ililtcr Wine of Iron.
Kuukei's liitter Wine of Jron is put up
only in 1 bottles, and Ins a yellow wrapper
nicely put nn the on sice with the pro
prietor's photoirrapu on th" wrapper ol
each hot tie. Always look for the photo
graph on ihe outside, and you will always
be sure to get the genuine. ' i ne dotlar pel
bottle, or six for fj. tsoli by druggists ana
1 eah.Ts everywhere.
A I.I WOKMS ItKMOVfcD ALIVE,
V.. V. Kunkel's Wonii Syrup never fails
to lies' ifiy 'in Si'at aud Momach Worms.
Dr. Kunsel, the on'y surcesslul phj sici-n
who removca Tape Worm 10 two- hour
alive, with head, and no fee until removed,
Common sens teaches that if Tape Worm
be icmoved, all other worms can be readi'y
deHrovcd. Send tor circular to Pr. ton
kel. No. SO North Ninth street, i'hiladcl
pbia, l'a., cr call on your druggist and ak
f"r a bottle of Kunkel's orm Kvrnp.
Price. ?l.oo. It never tail.
.11 u tier u Wiiuu u.
It Is a sad coinmentarv upon our
boasted civilization that the women ol
our times liavn ilegcm-rated in health ami
physique until they are literally a race ol
invalids pule, nervous and back-achy,
with only here and there a few no I do ex
ception in the persons of the robust,
buxom ladies characteristic of the sex in
day gone by. iiy a very large experi
ence, covering a period 01 years runi tus
bracinir the trcatuu nt id' many thousands)
ol cats of tliofc ailmeuLs ocular lo
women, Dr. Tierce, of tho World's JLs
pcnary, Uiiltslo. S. V., luw
icrie-U'(, by th coiuliiimtiii of certain
vegHtablu extracts, a unttiral spocilic,
which lie does not extol as a cure-all, but
one which admirably full ill a single
ness of purpose, beiutf a iuot positive
and reliable remedy tor those weaknesses
and ixjuiplaiuLs that ulllict the women ol
tho present d;iy. Thin natural ecillc
compound is called lr. Tierce's Favorite
Trcscripliou. The following; are auionir
thoso diseased in wbii li this wonderl'ul
medicine has worked cures as if by niMgic
ami with a certniuty never bclore attained
by any medicines : Weak. back, nervous
ami' jrcueral elebllily, 'lulling- aud
other elisplaceinetits ol internal orgars.
resulting 1 lrom debility aud luck of
strenj;ili in natural supporbs, iuteiuul
fever, congestion, iullaniutiuu ami ulcer
ation and very many other chronic dis
eases incident to woman, not proper to
mention here, in which, us well a iu the
cases that have been enumerated, tho fa
vorite prescription . effects cures the
marvel of the world. It will do no harm
In any state or comliticu of tho system,
and by adopting its Uso the invalid lady
may avoid that severest of ordeals the
consulting ol a family physician. Tavoi
ito prescription is sold by dealers in nied
kinei generally. " d&vlw(.'Jl)
Lyon's Katiuihok makes beautiful
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevents its fall
ing out or turning gray, it has stood tho
test of 40 y ears. Js charmingly perfumed
and 1ms no rival. . H-lU-dJLwly
Haoan's Magnolia Bai.Ji preserves and
restores the complexion ; removes freck
les, tan and sallowtiess ; makes the skin
soft, w hite and delicate. ' Its application
autiot be detected. tt-lO-d&wIy.
Wm. Glenn & Sons
Headquarters for Groceries
4,000 Rio and Santos Coffee,
2,000 hhds New Orleans Sugar,
2,500 bbls N. Orleans Molasses,
1,500 bbls White Refined Sugar,
1,000 bbls Yellow Refined Suaar,
500 bbls Louisiana Rice,' ,
100 Tierces Caroline Rice, :v
500 tTfchs Green and BI'kTea,
ALSO, IKALfltS IM
AND OTHER FBODyt'E, -4 -5 ,
. T n VtMtNrss4,
i .1'. "r,
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
Order for Coal by the car-load
t,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
IfirTo largo consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
nonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CUT COAX COXPAXT.
tf"HBMi,tay Bro ' office, Mo. 70 Ohio I.ev.
t -llaltily Uro 's wharf boot.
J-At Kgyj.tian Mills, or
KJAt the Loal Dump, foot ef Tautr-Sigh
t-rost OtTlce Drtwer. arift.
OUl V V 10 A HM ltKI Olit THE I'l HL1C
DR. C. M?LANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
'li IC countenance is jalc and
X leidcn-colorcil, with occtjioiml
flushes, or a circumscribe! hol on
0:1c or both checks ; tho eyes become
dull ; thejiupilsdilate; an azure semi
circle runs along the lower eye-lid ;
the no.,c is irritated, swells, and some
times bleeds ; a swelling of the upper
lip; occasional headache, with hum
ming or throbbing of the cars; an
unusual secretion of saliva; slimy or
furred tongue; breath very foul, par
ticularly in the morning; appetite
variable, sometimes vorac ious, with a
gnawing sensation of the stomach, at
o:hcrs entirely gone ; fleeting pains
in the stomach ; occasional nausea
and vomiting ; violent pains through
out the abdomen; bowels irregular,
at times costive ; stools slimy ; not
infrequently tinged with blocs! ;
b.-lly swollen and hard; urine tur
bid : respiration occasionally dil'fi-
ct.ilr, add accompanied hy hitcotigir; i
cough sometimesdry and convulsive;
uneasy and disturbed sleep, with
grinding of the teeth ; temper varia
ble, but generally irritable, &e.
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exist,
. DR. C. MVLANE'S VERMIFUGE
''' Will certainly effect a cure.
IT DOF -? NOT CONTAIN Mr RCIHY '
in any form ; it Is an innocent pre pa
rat ion , not capable of doing: the slight
est injury to the most tender infant.
' Thergennine Dr. MLave's Vfk-
MiruGE bears the', signatures of C.
MU.ane and Fleming Bros, on the
DR. C. MfLANC'S
. These Pills are not recommended
as a remedy for "all the ill that
flesh is heir to," but id affections of
; the Liver, and in all Bilious Coin
plaints, Jh'.-pepsiu aud Sick Head
ache, or disen.sc3 of that character,
they Ftand without a rival.
. AGUE AND FHVER.'
No hotter catliartio can be used
preparatory to, or after taking tjui
liine. . 1 m-. 1 , 1 ..
As a simple purgative they are
BEWARE OP IMITATIONS.
Tlia genuine " are uever sugar
Each box has a red wax seal on
; the. lid, with 'the impression. Pit.
MTLane'u Liver Pii.ijb.
Kaeh wrapper bearstheslgnaturea
of C. M?Lae and Fi.emimi Ukos.
. Bold by all respectable druggists
and country storekeepers generally.
1 fa. BURNS, BOILS, CORNS,
fBLAINS, ilLOSRS, tfOBIS, Clo.
bTKPU CN8 CO, ll Dtarkin SL, Cbh
CAIRO CITY felNDERY,
. : T. O. ZXlaB , .
BINDER ANI BLANK BOOK.
. i J oi it .noiJs-.-ij i. ..
! I'itu'JtXAVUrACTCTBSai, : n-, '
fltUlaW'iullilaf'. Oo:Tw)ifdf trt
. sbH WsiBts Ay an, - -
jJ f 1 3io ft sflfrt'i;
' In all Their lHmriiiiMitt
Commencing Stay lat, 167(3.
Rich Black Sil s
The Must Celebrate Lyon Uionis,
At SI 2.1 lte.lurf.1 from SI HO,
At SI AO Unlucwl in.iu Si 7,
At SI 7.1 Reduced Utilii t a.1.
At 8J M heilnreil from S'i .VI,
M U d Fancy Silks
At SOf Relucel from SI 13
At SI INI Ktilum-il tni ,, SI 'i.l.
At SI a.l Iteihintil from SI ail,
' At Ml AV llodiiceil from SI HO.
1:1m: mum n:::
In Tamsl's flair. Cheviots, mid Iania-'s, He.
iih)cl to 7". "v, '.hi oeuM (I, from It x","
l Hi, $1 T" ami mi. ""
Popular Dress Goods
In New aal Fa'hioimMe Fit'irlcs and olors, ol
furalat 12c Hnluceil from ISf;
I He Krtttice,! iVom a.lei
SSc itoliicetl froii Oi-(
Keilund from S7i-i
c, Kirmerprir (Mie. toaHo.
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
At $s5, 1iki an,l Koirnsrly S,,M nt $
ii" ami iMi.
Slack and Sc&rlii Slsila .hwls
AtS J3, jr. mid .)-
Koiiieed from "si, H-io 11ml ".
LUUA, OirSM 4 SHEILA Wll
At M t.$1- ItHda.-ed In.iu $.1 to
Ladies' and Misses' Suits,
The Itli'.tt Talis Styles from $10 I'pwards, eni'
branlni; tlie'rhoirwt novi'ltn t
KMiRMors nEDI CIJON.
Ladies' and Childrens Underwear
An Immense Stork of Matt Buiutiful and
All at Very (ireat Itfliii'tfon.
Ijielies', Ctiilihen'a an el Gentlemen's
Vlie rtet F.ns"lih! French and I'lenuau Uoode,
AH Mat key at Lowest Fumible I'rtves.
Are thoroughly stocked Willi the best
pood, at tliu lowest package prlt-os. Ileau
tifnl Aiueriran prints at !h and 6c. icr
Jarel ; stantlartl 4 blca.'htd goods at 10c;
.onulalo shirtings it loc.; New Voik
iil:s, l.'Jfl ; aud .V slieetings at I'-'j.'.
TABLE AND OTHEE UUU
Iu all tho Various Grades, atKargaius.
(Which we keep at the firand Street stor
oulj), wo are oiluriug KuKhsti and A marl
eau tape.triea at SI, former p.ice ft 15;
fcody Krusaels at 1 fWi, loruier priee ft tu);
all-wool luprain at Too., toruier prtee, Ooc.;
three ply lUKraiba at l toruier pitcc,
VI 60 j oll-doth at :K)i, to 70c ; former
prices, 60c. to 8Te. .
tramples of oods, and catalogues of la
till ' uU miM-' suitH and iiiu.Jiu under
wear, sod iufanta outttta, sent lre of f harge
to ail seotln of the United hUiiee.
I Kulet (or acU-iueasuretuent ent on appli
cation Is all pana ot the country.
Orders lav gssibi of all kuida will be rare,
fuily atteudad t9, sad the goods pavkad
snd forwarded without charge, jaci-wia
Croadway and Twentieth Street.
' "Crtnd 'hi Cfcrietki Stt., N. V.
St. Oharles Hotel,
PSICES" iECUCED TO SUIT THE TDIES
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board , 3d floor 9 .00 Per Say
Speolal Ratsa hj Week sr Mestk.
A limited nnmber of ery desirable Ikmilt
ro.,ms ran be securel at reasonable rates lor the
The .hi. thurlett is the largest snd best appoint
ed House In Southern Illinois, and 1 ihe Imdina
hotel In Cairo. Not Willi. tntin(f the "Bt3
Hork" reduction in prii-en, the table will, is
iimil, lie llliemlly mfed with the very beet
ol PTerjthintt tltat can lie round in market.
Fine larfre sample rooms for romrnercial tTBT
eler. on around floor, free of charge.
I t" All tinio;nEenr(riiests conveyed to and lrom
the hotel without rhiirire
J 1. W KTT W ILOX A C O. ,
WHOLESALE AMD BJTTAXL.
IN THE CITY.
Oooda Sold Very Close.
Oornor 10th St. snd Oommercia.1
C. O. PATTER & CO.
Ihe Gamble Wagon
MAN UFACTURED BT
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
IKZ X8T ui CHTAPERT WI00H MUI
HAMTTFACTORY, OHIO LEYXE
Near Thirth-Fourth Street
SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufacturoa his own Horse Shoe snd
can Assure Qood Work.
a PATRONAGE SOLICITED
THE is'ATW CENTE0IAL ROUTE .
THK OM.V UlftF.CT ROUTE TO
Py this Line lntieM!fer sm I.autletl at
( rulenniul lirounibi, or at Uroad air! "in
Streets, in Tiitulty ot the IadiOH hotels i
rtnlariflphia, as Uier nay prefer. Holders of
CAN STOP OFF AT TIIE
And visit the Government Hulldlnics, and the
BtaiiT nlijec'tit ot inlerem iu aud about Washing
ton City . 'I ravtleiu itesit iug
A Spesdy, FUisin ui Ccxf3rk.l1 Trip,
Should reniemlier that the
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R.,
Io I elebrated for its
Elearant Coache,8plendid Hotels. Orsnd
snd Beautiful Mountain and Valley
Bottnery, and the many peiata of
Hiatorio Interval Along
Fire rill ALWAYS i u LOW
As I; Aa; Other w
PULLMAN PALACE CARS
WITHOUT OH A HQS
Principal western i:i Men Citiei.
IjOlt TUiiOUGII 1KKET8. BAGOUAGE
I heck., Movement of 'i laios, lleeiinK Car
AcruiuiuotlatioiiH, Ac, Ac, apply at Ticket
OUlce at ail Principal 1'oiuU,
VORTH, SOUTH, BAST OR Will.
E. It. IiOltXl.T, L. M. COLS,
Am i Uea'l Ticket Agt. Uea'l Ticket Agt.
IHiKP. UAKiiV, THUS. R. 8IIAr.
H'eslr . iwiTtt. H,r t a i
Dealer in Fresh Heats
Between WasUto sad Onsis,sielil
Area sea. sdioUta Haasir's.
KE&TS for ealetsvatet Beef. (Vrk.lsaMss
. Veal, taaab. Saasasje. SVa. . m4 Is
stead k aerre tolliee ia as eeresejl ajsj- g
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