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CAIRO, LINOIS, Kill DAY, JUNK 80, 1870.
Iamui Journal of Southern
Will ntea.lfa.ttly' oppose the policies ol lu
Republican party, and rtlue to be tr.Mn
moiled u the dictation of anyeli'iue la the
It be.terct that the Republican party ou
ullilled IU mission, and ttiat the Otmo
t railc party as now organ'zed sboulu t e ro
itored to power,
Itbellavc tho lti'liual trrauny that b
Irr several years oppressed the NotiU1
should be overthrown aui the people I iD
southern States permitted to control tbcu
It believes tbil ral'roal corporation
jould be prohibited by logis'atlve exact
aieut from citortin,? and uujtixtly dwriui
lusting In tl.clr bilHiuc ti aw-aelioiii. wit!
It recoj.'tiixes the equality ol an.iD
lore the law.
It sdvoca'.ea Iric cmij:rce
vlto. ates rcsii'dptioti ol 'j-ecK-r.n
at, and iioii"tt ptj uieui ol lUe
It advoeite eoor.omy in lht 1 u H'tit-
llou ol pi!.lic allalrs
AaS A NEWSPAPER
The Bulletin will publUh all tho loea. neWc
1 1 i.iiro, and a varloty of Co'iimerclu!, 10-
llilca!, Foreign and (ieneral Nem, ard cn-
Jeavor to plta-e all t-t.s nnd in!erc-l nb
T 11 K
Is a thirty-two column paper, turni-heii i
lubscribor lor the low price of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
Poalige prepaid. It Is tho cheapest pape
iu the West, and Is a pleasing Fire.-iu
Visitor and Family Companion,
Cannot fail to ce tho c lvaicd Induce
meuU offered b? The Uulletin tn tho way
Of cheap and profitable advertlBcinente.
aaeaaaaeeaaasa aaaeaa snstsaaasaasai
V if Oi
WHOM.MAI.K uiitM run.
STOATTON & BIRD,
A9ENT8 A.M.ER.IOAN POWDER OO
57 Ohio Levee.
Q. D WILLIAMSON,
Ns. 16 OHIO LEVEE. :
SPECIAL altentim s;iven to consignment and
Slake & Go.
B. F. PARKER,
faints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &o.
on band, the ctlrbraUrd lllumlnatia
.1 L I (Oil A Oil,.
Corner Eleventh Street and Washing
ronnissiox sikKni astm.
BOX and BASKET CO
All kind bard and loft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &0.
Mill u Yard.
Jorcor Thirty-Fourth Street and
So uhin l v.
7 .(; if.
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Rational Bank Building, up-itairi.
rii Oldest Established Arency in South
ern lliluola, repreaentu. ovir
I. Kit Oil KI'.Al.KRK.
II. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholes tile and Ketail Denier in
Foreign and Domestic
u or ai.i. uimn,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MESSll?. t-M VTII 4 CO. have constantly
a Wme stock ol the bent KiKlo lu the mar
ket, and riveenus'ial attention 10 1 be Mholvaale
runcn ol me uusiuewi.
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
I ntlie firniMl Old
Which has stood the test of 40
There is no sore it will not Heal,
no ijameness li win noi iyure,po
&cno, no rain, inai amicu me xju-
man body, or the body ota uorse ,u well kuou all over the country, drug
or Other Domestio animal, that gists themselves wake au imitation and try
does not j tela to its magio toucn.
I A bottle COBting 25o., 60o. or $1
uoonftan tnuH rholifn rt a TTnmnn
UBO V.VWU - - T
U.eDfSiness May a Valuable
Usetuiness many a vluuow
GODLOVE S. ORTH.
Th Kepubllrnn s'attilidalr for
crnarol IsmIImii tame to J riff.
New York Herald
. . ,., , ., . . ..ii
The true history ol th lnlHiny tttla.bliit'
to the Venezuelan Claim Commission job
liery In likely to be fully unfolded, now that
the Foreign Affair Committee has got at
the witness, liavid M. Talmadgo, the Atuer
Iran member of tho commission. He wii
beard to-day at (tome length, hut not as fully
as the coiiini t'ee with, the members being
anxious to get back upon the floor of I be
bouse to wU'l the progre-s of the Mltidry
It will be roiiif inhered that Ortli, the ie
publican candidal for governor in liidinna
claimed to have been employed by Ta'
tuad?e when be got a 1.111 patted f. enforce
the fraudulent claim of that commlt-loa
against the proteit of the Venezuelan gov
eminent. That government charged that
Talrnadre, the American Conimi.-ic,nor;
M u hailo, the umpire; Stlllwtl), the Ameri
can MinMer, and Murray, brotlier-iu lnw of
StilhvelJ, formed a ling by which the awards
were fraudulebtly increased, the members
el the ring retaining the largest har'e of the
certilicatex. To-day Taluiadge ttated that
while It wuk not true that he employed Ortli
aud gave him $7,000 worth ol the certin.
cate, he did pay Orth 2.')0 for another pur
pose in April, 1S70. This was when Orth
was a member of the house, nnd the money
was paid for Ortb'it intercession in his favor
before the Foreign A flairs Ceuimiasion, of
which Orth bimxelf was a member.-
Machadn, wliom he got appointed umpire
of the cotnmlsfeion, lie admitted was hm pri
vate btiHinco agent in Venezuela, and Tal
niadge admitted that wLilc the commif-aion
only awarded iUX),W), to Machado, as
umpire, increased it to tS'JO.OOO. The evi
dence heretofore adduced Miowa that this
increase was made ho that the ring nbotild
be able to divide the certificate between
In relation to the charge that he (Tal-
tnadge) paseed a large amount of certiflcatei
awarded by the romrui-Mon, 'falmad e con
tridirtcd hituel( repeatedly, first deuying
that he had any, but finally admitting that
he got tbeiu In various tvnjv-all legitimate.
His tc'timony also Khowcd that Murray,
who retained A)0,0(iO of cerlillcatei cut of
Uriggs' award for alleged profet-donal ter
vices rcn lered before the commissioners,
never appeared before them. All Tal
madge'a evidence khowcd that when he was
appointed Joint High CoiumUsioner ou the
part ol th United state to adjudicate In.
ternational cUinis he was a gas manufac
turer. Talmadge had never studied law
aud y 't was to adjudicate international
claims. Ills examination mil le wntmutil
To-dsy .-c'h Priiff.'s entered mitbyhiJ
Httomey, J. Parker Jordan, against la:-
madge, to recover jl.'iO.O.xj damages allejed
to hae becii m-toincJ by the Ueienj.iiit
relu ing to deliver to him certltlcates
amounting in one case to $jn,i"n and In an
other to ''0,Oa, in piyincnt of claim" o! the
plaintiff adjudicated upon by the American
and Venezuela Mixed Commission in lsia;
I From the Cincinnati Commercial llivcr
LO UII.il 01 II1C I. III. J
While the record ol Governor H. II. Hayes
as a gentleman, scholar, soldier, Hatcm.ili
and Mend of the great and important in
terests of our inl.nd waters is all that coubl
be det-ired, as au available candidate for the
presidency of the United States, we are re.
luctantly compelled to Mate that the repub
lican nominee tor viet-president, Win. A.
Wheeler, of Sew Vork, Is noted as the
deadiy enemy nnd opponent of the interests
of the southern and western rivers. lie
has fought this interest to the bitter end in
congress. Wheebrliveupon a little spring
br.-nch away up in northeastern New York,
without any knowledge whatever of the
magnitude of our mighty we-tern rivers,
and without a niiud of sutllcieut capacity to
comprehend their value or importance. In
everything pertaining to wedern commerce
he has shown a lack of knowledge that
would ii-gricc a country school bi y. To
talk of fetatesman.-hip in connection wltli
such a man, is uu insult to ih intelligence
of men familiar with national aiuir. and
governmental policy. In the e- e of the
Louisville and Portland Canal, especially,
hit conduct was so at variance with v. 1st
the committee having that subject in charge
had a right to expect, that the committee
were aimo.v forood to the conclusion thai it
was mere ignorance of that cubject that
prompted his uncivil and ungentleinanly
treatment of them. Every man who float
a pound ul caigo upon western or anntliern
rivers, or who consumes a pound of tucu
cargo, cannot, iu justice to himself aud lo
his friends, do otherwise than oppose
Wheeler to the bitter end. Allhougb tn.
tool for, ha is even worse than Koscoe
Coukling, who Is the acknowledged enemy
of the river interest.
E. V. Hunker Ciller Win tf Iruu
has never been known to fail in the cure of
ueakuefc, attended with yiiiDtoms ; indis
position lo exertion, los of memory, dilll-
cuity ol breaming, general weakness, honor
of dUease, weak, nervous trembling, di ead-
lui horror of death, night sweats, cold leer,
weav.ness, dimness ot vision, languor, uni
versal lasntuue ot tho muscular system,
euormous appetite with dysieptie symp
toms, hot hand, ilatbiog of the holy, dry
ness ui win kkiu, paiuu counienaica ana
eruptions on the fa, puiiiying the blood,
paio iu iiiu uu a, ueaviaes ol tne eyelltis,
lieciueut black spots llyiutr l.efnre the eves
with tciniurary aultisiou and loss of tight,
want id attcniion, eic. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, aud to remedy
.....ft .. .. L' I.' ....I-. I . :... ,..t 'e
luui, iisu i .. r, iuuhi-i i jniier ,vino oi
Iron. It never (alls. Ihou sands are now
enjoying health who have used it. Take
only t r . n linkers
M.ward of counterfeits and base iuiita.
-.hm au KiinkPi .1 inner iiih tn linn ii
to paim u on ou tuuir cusiomers, wneu im j
call for Kunkel'sltilter Wiue of Irou.
Kuukel's Hitter Wine of Irou is put up
... ... ... ...I ..... .u. . ,.,., ,......
.:?r - he",utde 'with the
prietor a photograph on the : wrapper of
each bot'le. Alwsys look for tho photo
graph on the outside, and pu wll' always
be sure to iret th RPnulne. e dollar pel
bottle, or six rr s-oia ny unigRisis nu
ciders ercry where. ' j
AM. WORM REMOVED ALIVE.
K. V. Kunki'l'K Worm .yni never falls
to demrov I'iti (scat nnd stonnch Worms.
Dr. Kuniicl, the only luwewnl phjsician
who removes Tape 'Worm It two hour
alive, with head, and no fee mtll removed,
Common wn teaches that H Tape Worm
Im removed, all oilier worm itu be readily
destroyed. Send lor ciretilai to lr. Kun-
k. l. No. 2."i Noi tli Ninth ttr.ct, .'hUmbl.
pbi, I'a., or rail on your drui'btt and ask
or ' WUe flf i.uel' Vorm Syrup.
Price, tl.oo. It never fall.
Lyon" Katiiaikon mates beautiful
trlny, luxuriant Iialr; pre'ent lis fall
in? out or turning' jry. It ha Mood Hip
tvjrf of 40 y curs. Is rbfirniinjrly perfumpil
and lias no rivnl. H-lil-dAwly
IIaoan'sM acn'ili JlAi-ft: prcscrvodnnd
retitores tho complexion ; removes lrpek
lea, tnn and imilowiic- makes the aWiu
wfr. white nnd d'HicaU'. lu application
annoi t(Me:ti"ote(. a-in-iuvwly.
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 Sugar,
500 bbls Louisiana Rice,
100 Tierces Carolinr Rice,
500 h'fehs Green and Bl'k Tea.
ALSO, KKAI.F.US IN
AM) OTIIKR IMMMl K.
64. TO niil 7i Vine Mrerl. O
(Or If placed In a lice, over)
16 WILES OF
SOLD DURING the YEAR 1875
KVKIIV f-T 'VE IS
Wherever L'red or 'old
i: ihshtslj Wit3'iii a Fault !
Ol 11 NEW SUES
Nos. 37, 38, 3d, 47, 4.S and 40
Are a Marvelous I onJiiiialiuii or
And all Hie Esx i.tial Point:: that en to Make 1111
Most Perfect Cooking Stovo
f .tcr Mlei el lo I lie I'lililir.
Maile Only hy the
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.,
Xs. '.I2. " II. l and N. Main H.,
SI. l.uU. .SlH.
C. W. HENDERSON,
M:W ADVt:itllM MKIN.
THE NEW MAGAZINE,
RECORD ?& YEAR
rOl UTH M'MBKlt (JII.Y) HEADY TO-
With a line fete, I I'i.i rr,i r.f 'I' Ki..u u. t
his Carter, Death, Will no.! buccessiou.
. - 1 ft. . . ! 1 . 1 .'.tilt M.. . . - . .
iiiiHirinnt events ana occurreuceit thrituhout
the world, this nuuilier cuntuius, uiiioiik t"
hundred other artieb s, the hdlowinjj points ul
iueru Victoria's New Title.
lr. .I.jhu Hall's Anril I'lillusophers (I oolol.
'1 he True American a cliarneterintic loern.
Wai-hinKt"ii a Marshal ul r rame.
I run liiKelow's Kancy.
New Horse-Car Poetry, for April.
iM.m Pedro's Characteristics .
A Whist I'artv iu the Ark.
Three CapiUlisU Astor, Stewart, Vandi rbilt.
Mark i'wsiu al a Horsa Auction.
l'irtt rVuiale Lobbyist al Washington.
The liirl ois. vil e a Npunish I'otui.
Iloyally in Uie I nited Mutes.
Artemiia V aid's 'biiructrr aud I'et uliar itie.
Monthly Kecordol ugrvaa, ele.
Thing to In laughed at .popular uud toiichinj
poems, sketches, iiicelenu, Ae., iiisiii b alliau -tive
vaiieiy. Dial it form the richest amount of
valuable and enterlaiuinir ivadinu slmoel ever
rmbraevd iu a magaiue.
This new lVri'liial, which liasslmidy iricii
eil m h au enorinou-. iopularity, is
Ltometliing new und original iu the way of a
7Moiitniy aiaaaiue. r.ein a son or i.eiennce
rerup-ltook. or inonlhlv recoM ol important
events Dial hapiarii in any part of Ibe World,
ollhecurienl mouth, iiroee uud poetry, foreign
and iioineslic. r.iitei ny r ruiiw .Moure, oi uie
Ut-autifuIlT printisl.with aa elegant steel I'or
tiai. of i he uiosl iromiuent perw.n of the month
iu eurh Kuiuhe -.
Oieof the met eutertainiiiK and valuable lirst
claneiuoiithlv luaKaines eei IhcUoI. Price,
ceut a uiunth, or .'Jor a er's aubscrip-tiou-posuige
paid by the publi.heis.
Yearly Bubsci iptions begin with Buy
0. W. CHAB1ET0V CO., FiUiikeri,
JaadUen Hiiar, New York.
LVLT. OARBON(Big Muddy)
Order for Coal by the car-load
i,on, or in hogsheads, for ahipment
jromptly attended to.
ttaTTo large consumers and J1
manufacturers, we are prepared
lo supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIB0 CITT COAL C0XFAXY.
rHulliday Rro.'aofllce, No. 70 OhieLevie.
f J-ltaireiay Bro ' whurf boat .
trM Enyptian Mills, or
Lf"At the Coal Dump, foot ef Ttuitr-Eigh
t3-Post Office Drawer, .vm.
i'outv tut Ucj'Oicr. rut: i'liiMti. .
DR. C. M?LANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
fPIlii rottntcnantc is jalo ,111(1
L lcalen-coloreil, with occasional
fiu.-hcs, or a c irctimscrilK.H'. sjnit on
one or both cheeks ; the ey es become
dull ; thepupilsdilate ', ana?ure semi
circle ritrn along the lower eye-lid;
the nose is irritated, swells, and some
times bleeds ; a swelling of the uiter
lip ; occasional headache, with hum
ming or throbbing of the ears; ait
unusual secretion of saliva; slimy or
furred tongue; breath very foul, nai
tiiularly in the morning; ajijictite
variable, sometimes voracious, with a
gnawing sensation of the stomach, at
others, entirely gone ; fleeting pains
in the stomach ; occasional nausea
ami vomiting ) violent pttinri throtipli
o-.tt the abdomen; lowels irrogubr,
::t timos costive ; stools slimy ; not
tv.'-e-rtentlv ti-iged with blood;
. ': . s-.vc!!'.n ftind hard; urine tur
bid; respiration occasionally difii
cuir. ai-.d accompanied by hiccough ;
fcugii iomctimcsdry and convulsive;
tnea-y and disturbed sleep, with
grinding of the teeth; temper varia
ble, but generally irritable, S:c.
Whenever the above symptoms
are found, to exist,
DR. C, MTLANE'S VERMIFUGE
Wiil certainly effect a cure.
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN Mr.RClTlY
in any form ; it is an innocent prepa
l at ion , tiot ca fable of doing the slight
est injury ta the most tender infant.
The genuine Du. MVEanf.'s Vi r.
mifi'ce bears the signatures of C.
MTLAXEand Flemino Uros. on the
DR. C. M?LANE'S
These I'ilU niv not recomnn udeil
ns a remedy for "all tho ills that
llesh ia heir to," but in affections of
tho Liver, and in all Bilious Com
plaint, Dyspepsia ami Sick Hoad
ache, or diseases of that character,
they stand without a rival.
AflUF, AND P EVE 11.
No better cathartic can be used
piepaiatoi y to, or after taking Qui
nine. A a simple, purgativo they are
IIKIVHIE OSs iMtl'ATIOXS.
The genuine are never sugar
1J-..I. j. I.uj a ieJ wUX Seal Oil
the lid, with the impression Dr.
MVEane's Livkh 1'ii.r.s.
Each wrapjor Iwars the signatures
ot'L'. MVLanehiuI Fi.emixu lino.-.
Sold by all rcjMctable druggists
lud country storekeqions generally.
T-. '',e Ui'Ll.KiiN priutiuK
tisjFestabliohiiient makes a
utLjJJ SHialty of Hill Heads,
Note Heads, T-etter HeJ.
SUtements, l ards, Elo Iok at prices!
riiuall sUe bill hewis, a r l-ss"--" 110
Medium bill heads, r tiioUMiud . 3 7i
All oh fourteen pound utier, lailile mills,
rutcd two cents jsr pound hiKhcr thau puisT
in-el by any other olnee ruled lo order at the
i iiiills ceciilly lor this vtlics
L;:,,.,,,..: ivrl i-r loon :!
' X-'r teU lrlysie ier ZZZ:!
K,,Ve iu. tiriy
Uuueanls iter nackur
llusiuea eunl. Kn. 1 i-i.lv Kil.tol iHiard
tier looo i i lu 4 0
lliii-iuoseiird, No I bluuk. r luu it IM
gimrtcr-oliett, Imlf be. l, luil-.hwl aud three
beet posters, and colored work below t. lx)Uis
Psinphlet, Book Work and Trice I.Uts made
At the Bi LLKTia Otloa, Cairo, lUlooli.
Wil l. uy Kit
In nil! heir Itcpuriincnt
, Cotunaeuuiait May I sit. 1B76.
Rich Black Sil s
Tlie Most Celebrated byoi, Txioms,
At SI 2.T Re,lu.fd from l ,
Al l . lte.bK.wl ironi Ml i7,
At 7.1 ItetlueeJ from H'i S(t,
At Si IM Helneel from H'i ftO,
Plain Cibii ::i Fucy Sills
At ttOc Reduced fr. ii. 'j
At SI o Ueduced tro i. as ..-
At HI 5 Iteiluee,! from IH no'
At SI au Reduced frwui tl ho'.
mm kotsltiss lit mn mi
In Camel's Hair. Cheviots, nnd Panuisees, Re
dueedto7", sit, tsi rents ft, from fig..
I XI, $1 7 - and "".
Popular Dress Goods
In New aud lafchioimtile f'ahrics and Colors, ot
13c. Reliirrt from lHe;
I He Reduced from li V;
S'ic Rwlutwil friiin !iOe;
tl.V Itc-liic-! from 37c:
ailc, Kormer price 3c to Ma.
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
At $H, tlmi and 12S, Formerly Sold ut $-,
aiel a: o.
Slid and Scarlet Stella Shawls
At$ i:., $1.1 and f-
lteducvd from $Vi, t ) und
LLAKA, OimiU WD SHOT
At $1 to$".- Reduced Ironi t l to .
Ladies' and Misses' Suits,
The I.Htit Paris Styles from H0 I'pwards, em
bl ai iuK the choicest mil cities .1
ENORMOI - RUM I HONS,
Ladies' and Cbildrens Underwear
An Irnmeiise Stock of Mart Itcmitiful and
RKI.I Alil.K GOOHS
All at Very Creat Rcliietion.
Ladies', hiMmi'.s ami 'ientlfuieirs
The Rest l:ni;lish, French and (iermnu (iooils,
All Murkeo utlxiwent Possible Prices,
Are thoroughly stocked with the best
(roods, at the lowest package prices, llcau
liful Amorican prints at uc. nnd Ac. per
yard ; stuudurd 4 4 bleached goods at 10c ;
l.oQfcdalo shirtitiL's at lbc; New York
Mills, li,e ; and twi slieitio-s at lJc
TABLE AKB OTBEft MUl
In all the Various tirades, at Bargains.
(Which we keep at the Grand Street stor
oulj ), we are oilcrinj,' Knlish und Ameri
can tapestries at f I, former jirice tl 15;
body iirusaels at if I '), lormer price f I HO;
ull-wool Ingrain at Toe , former price. tK)c;
three ply liiKratrs ut l ;.", lormer pi ice,
VI 60; oil-cloths t ib: to 7v ; former
prices, joo. to 87c.
sisinji!. of g-oods, and catalogues of U
il.es' aud Uiirsen' suits and luuslio under
wear, and lulonu' outfits, scut Ireeof charge
to ad sections of the I lilted Mates.
Rules for sell-measurement eiit on appli
cation to all parts of the country.
Orders fur goods of all kinds w ill be care
fully attended to, and the goods packed
and loi warded without charge. jau-w'im
Broadway and Twentieth Street.
Grand and Christ. Ste., N. Y.
rants mm n sti: m vm
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2 50 per Diy.
Hoom and Board. 3d Floor $2.00 Par Cay
SpeolU Rotea by Week or Momtk.
A limitel ir.mUer of rery deslmbla nuiilW
r-s.ms can be aUri at niasonahle rates lerlbs
the m Charles la the largest and best appoint
ed House in Mouthprn illinoi., ami is the Urtini
hottl in tairo Notwlihatanolnic the "fctj
U.m k" mluction In prices, the labia will, as
nnal, lie librrally Mippliel with the rery best
of every tliinic that can be fonnd in market.
r me larye snniile rooms for commercial trav
elsrs. on around floor, freeof charje.
Vf" A II lirtrair nt'guvsta conveyed to and tram
the hotel without chnrire
.ILW ETT WIL"OX A CO. ,
11 tf. rropTietow.
WHOLESALE AND MXIA1X.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Clse.
Corner 19th St. ejnd OommeroU.1 Al.
C. 0. PATTER & CO.
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
m BIST and CHZAPX8T Wl0aT KAJT
MANUFACTORY, OHIO KB VEX
Near Thirth-rourth 8tret
SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures hie own Horse Shoes and
can Aakure Good Work.
n PATRONAGE SOLICITED
iks uwki wum sours.
THE ONLY HIRECT EOVTE TO
II y this Line Pttssena-er are Landed at
Ceutennial lirounds, or at iiroad and Fine
Streets, iu vicinity ol the Leading hotels iu
1'hiluitelphia, us ihsy may prefer. Holders of
I' AN STOP OFF AT THE
And visit the (.ovnutnei.t Bulldlnfrs.and the
n.sny objects of interests in and about Washing
ton lily. Travelers desil ing
A .pgidj, Fleisast, ui CosforUUe TH;,
Should remember that the
BAI -nfYlORE & OHIO R. R.,
Is Celebrated for its
Elegant Coaches.Splendid Hotels, Orul
avod Beautiful Mountain and Valley
Bcenery, ajia las many pernio ox
Fue rill ALWAYS ti u LOW
As b As; Other Liu
PULLMAN PALACE CARS
friacipil wertera and listen Cities.
tyior Timorciu iickets. bauugage
J- I hecks , Movement ol Trains, sleeping Car
AcfouuiuHhttions, Ac, Ac, apply al 'Jirkel
OtUces at all I'riuciual Poiuts,
NOBTH, SOUTH. XAST OB WX8T.
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Dealer in Fresh Meats
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