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lwaWblngtpnevBu end Walnut
Offl.es. Bulletin, 3B-uAlllxgr. Qmam "Two)!!, atree aua.A WMfclafftM Avtaua.
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.VOL. 8. :
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 5. 1876.
Attlie RoLLOTtB Office. Cairo, 1111 eels
"TO WIT AITD
Your House Needs Painting Badly,
Nut oi.Jy Utilise It l6k dingy and ru.ty, but lor the mere Important reason that, it
wants protection from the weather. Wit tbU Paiat, rOft A SMALL STM,
yon can 1'iotoet and Beautify your anuse, making It
Attractive and lavlUug. ...
Tlio Town andCouiitry Ready Mixed Paints ar prepared from pure white lead,
pure Oxide ol 'Aw, and the liucst and strongest coloring material obtainable. Balled
with prepared Linked Oil, which dries wrtn a glow aa4 durability unattainable by
tbe same material nt In tke ordinary manner. ;-
lad and Zinc, mixed In this way, are not affected ty change! ol temperature, will
not eraek, blaster, peel, IUe or ebalk, and will always dry with the highest poiaihle
polish. They are tvarrautcd so stind under etf trorarare, ana wtU-lora perfectly
nter-proof covering, very elaatie and beautiful. The "ill work freely und-r the bush,
and may be applied by ttte numt inexperienced person when tbe directions sre followed,
though the empioyitM-nt ol renlar painter. i advised wben obtaiuible.
Tbif l'amt l" always Heady for ue without the inconvenience or expenie of
any additiounl material.
One Gallon will Cover 200 to 250 Square Feet
Call and get a circular giving all dodred information in regard to the
"TOWN AND COUNTRY" Ready Mixed Paints
ONI.V TO 11 F, If A! AT 'NIK "MiX OF 'NIK GOLDEN LION,"
Fever m koe Pi
The Greatest Discovery! Age
(Patented April 12. 1x70.)
KodKeia Fever and Ariie Pad no imposition, nor dot . it pru'cnd to
eure without medicine. The l'ad is medb-ehid with effective compound,
and cures by alaaerption, acting direct on the Liver and Moiuach immed
. lately, thus Ukiar from tbe y.tera all malaria and Hilioui poison. Itodirera'
Kever and A if lie l'ad make alto a .ure cure to all ureases growing out or
a disordered Liver.
Tbo Put'llc art -autiooed agaiut purchuiilDir tl.e counterfeit article, as
thfre are one or two lu the market: auk your dru twist for lUxlj-'er.' Kever .
and Artie Pad. Pat. Apill liib. 170. Tui i. in i onlv original pad. lie
Mire and ask lor the patented article. 'I he prirr ef llodxer' I ever and
Ague Pad I only 1 and is next post-paid to any ad res. on receipt ol price.
Observe directions and buy none but Kwlini'. I'wmI. ay -
Call and net a Circular.
DRINK and LIVE
For the Cure of the 111 that Flesh is Heir to. Pure and Fresh. Ob
tained Direct from their Sources and Kept on Ice.
MOM HBIERfll TOER
- . Of Waukesha, Wisconsin,
Blue Lick, Excelsior Waters,
Fresh From the Spring at Saratoga.
All of tbo above WaUra for sale on draught in Bottlea, by the Gallon in
Jugs or Kegs, or by the Barrel by
BARCLAY BROS., Druggists,
74 Ohio Levee. Cairo, 111.
GILES, BRO. & CO.
NOS. 366 368WU1SH VE., CHICAGO.
WE AIUS SPECIAL AGKSTS FOR
A Nit IIAVK A
AKlt AN' E.N'ULKSS VARIKTV Of
lilies' Flneilold Watch.,
t ake Katkels,
- Card alands,
. . . tiold Rings,
laold loom ricss,
Gold Welch Keys,
Coral SeU aud Ki(f.
Hrons Or went,
OHce and Parlor Clocks of every Description. Watch Materl
alt and Tools for jewelers.
Cf Ererr oa.vUitlaf CHICAGO should call at our aaUbli.hitHfnt and Ckaaiine our Good
. " . lh. ChtwpMt lrloa U our Motto.
General Agent, Cairo, Illinoia.
IT'LL STOCK OF
Cup. and Uobleta,
. ' - liold Lockata,
KILPATRICK TO HAYES.
"A Bloody Shirt Campaign with
Money," and the Republi
cans are Safe.
MA rinaaelal CatMapMln ! !
f ," ataa tkejr re Defeated.
The IixliauapoUa, Indiana, Stniintl oi
August 23d, contained the following :
"HM.LBI.K INrORMATION" THAT Ut.S.
KILPATBICK COMMt'NICATF.S TO OOV.
HAYES A TOril OP BIX COUNTIES Vll.l.
KILPATKICK WITH PF.AKPt'L AJ'I'K HF.N
8IOS9 or HARBIHOK'a DKFEAT THK
'BLOODY SHIRT WAILS FOB AID PROM
THE NATIONAL COUkl FUON H.NI) THE
LKDKPKNDK.TIS lO BB BAHM1HT WITH
M05F.T WITHOt'T GBEAAE AX ARIItTO
CUATWILLHE DEFKATED" FOR OOVF.R
NOB A SAD BIT INTF.RK8TINO I.ET1KK."
On yesterday. Gen. Kllpatrlck, at pres
ent itinerating the state In tbe carmine
interest of Morton, iIarrliKn & o., kit
In the reading room of the Grand Hotel
a letter addressed to Gov. Hayes of Ohio,
in which , Kllpatrlck lurnUhes (joy.
Hayes with what be terms "reliable in
formation" of the condition of the can
vass in this state.
We below give our readers the text of
Geu. Kilpatrick's niournlul story, adding
that its genuineness is incontestible, and
it will be In vain that the Republican
prcis may seek to deny it.
READ AND REFLECT.
CB.AXO HOTEl, ISOIAXAI'OUSt
AuaruBtiil, 170. i
Dear Sir I have now linishcd a tour
ol six eountk-s in Indiana, and feeling
that any reliable information froni.this
state will interest you, 1 write :
In the ilrst laoe, the canvass is well
conducted, the people are enthusiastic
and determined; and the old was spirit
thoroughly aroused, and 11 il were not
for one thing we could rest certain of
victory in October. There is an in de
pendant party in this state, confined, it
is true to a few counties. Lut formidable,
and it will defeat Gen. Harrihon.
There Is but one way to overcome this
movement. The leaders of the Inde-tM-ndt-nU
are poor, needy and lu debt.
They muiit be lectured to, documents be
placed iu their hands tbat they may be
convinced of their Cully.
A BLOODY-HHIBT CAMPAIGN WITH
MONEY, AND INDIANA IS SAFE ! A FINAN
CIAL CAMPAIGN AND .NO MONEY AND WE
ARE HEAT E.N.
The national committee has done noth
ing for Indiana. Alone they arc light
ing this battle, and bravely ; but unless
the national committee wakes up and
does its duty to you, to the party and the
country, defeat is certain in October.
l never in ail my me ait so certain
that I w as doing tuv duty as in this con
test, and my desire for success, ruy dear
sir, is my only excuse for writing you.
. l our menu,
To It. 11. Hayes, Gov., Etc.
ftontetUlBa; Jfew In JHoaqultoea.
Close obtrver will remark that this
season presents two separate and distinct
races of mosquitoes the regular old
breed that sing and buzz in your ears
und scare you almost iuto spasms, and
the new one, speckled and spotted in
appearance, lhis new tribe possesses
even more deviltry than the old, for
they are or the regular sneaking order
and they never tell you when they In
tend to strike, lney will steb up, and
steal a bite and quietly leave. It is no
use for you to slap at them. If you do,
you will in all probability slap yourself,
while the ring-streaked and striped Utile
cuss will wink and point uis bind legs at
you in such a scornlul maimer that you
are almost aggravated beyoud endurance t
1 he appearance or this last pest, however
is indicative ot the end ot summer. He is
known as the fall mosquito, and can
easily be detected by bis crawling pro
pensities, bummer mosquitoes never
crawl; they just light and go to business
on tbe spot.
Haga.n's Magnolia Balm preserves
and restores the complexion, removes
freckles, tan' and sallow ness ; makes the
skin soft, white and delicate. Its appli
cation cannot be detected. 3-10dawly
Lyon's Kathairon makes beautiful
glossy, luxuriant hair ; prevents its fall
ing out or turning gray. It has stood the
test of 40 y ears. Is charmingly perfumed
and has norival. 3-lu-d&wly
DANIEL LAMPERT .
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH S TREE J
Batwo t Washington and Oommarola
Lincoln Butter Powder
Uocd Freah Butler all Tear Bona
BUTTSB IK 20 MINUTES.
Lincoln Butter Powder is an entirely
hartniea. article made Irom a celebrated
Kilt-Han recipe, and now in daily use by
mauy of the moat noted fanners in the
butter counties around Philadelphia.
in bot weather this Powder makes butter
much tinner and sweeter than it usually iu,
and keeps it from turning rancid. It alao
removes the strong flavor of turnips, garlic,
weeds, cru stalks, cotton seed, etc.; and
the lucreaaed yield of butter much more
than pay. the trilling expense of using it.
14 ! For Pneltaff.
Wholesale Depot : 106. Market Kt.
Z. N. FRESHMAN ft BROS..
190 w, rot., si; ctKimtt o
Are autnortaod to contract foe advertia
1 im thla pa par.
XstimaUs rariisaadfr. Stat for Circular
rOBTT TEAM BaJTOltB TBE PCBUO.
DR. C. PLANE'S
, WORM SPECIFIC
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
THE countenance is pale and
leaden-colored, with occasional
flushes, or a circumscribed spot on
one or both cheeks ; the eyes become
dull ; the pupils dilate; an azure semi
circle runs along the lower eye-lid;
the nose is irritated, swells.and some
times bleeds; a swelling of the upper
lip; occasional headache, with hutn-
ming or throbbing of the ears ; an
unusual secretion of saliva; slimy or
furred tongue ; breath very foul, par-.
, ticularly in the morning; appetite
i 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 times costive; stools slimy; not
unfrequently tinged with blood;
belly swollen and hard ; urine tur
bid; respiration occasionally diffi
cult, and accompanied by hiccough ;
cough sometimesdry and convulsive;
uneasy and disturbed sleep, with
grinding of the teeth ; temper varia
ble, but generally irritable, &c.
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exist,
DR. C. Mf LANE'S VERMIFUGE
Will certainly effect a cure.
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN MERCVRY
in any form ; it is an innocent prepa
ration, twt capable of doing the slight
est injury to the most tender infant.
The genuine Dr. MVLane's Ver
mifuge bears the signatures of C.
MVLane and Fleming Bros, on the
DR. C. LANE'S
These Pills are not recommended
a a remedy for "all the ills that
Uesli is heir to," but in affections of
the. Liver, and iu all Bilious Com
plaiutu, Dyspepsia and Sick Head
ache, or diseases of that character,
they htand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used
preparatory to, or after taking Qui
nine. As a simple purgative they are
UEYVARK OF IMITATIONS
The genuine are never sugar
Each box has a red wax seal on
the liJ, with the impression Dk.
Lane's Liver Pills.
Each wrapjer bears the signatures
of C. M?Lase and Fleming Bros.
Sold by all respectable druggists
and country storekeepers generally.
TJ fnnrrf Dliro I fllllCWII I C lV
III UUUil 1 luM UVUIO W IbUj l ItJ
A tcarskUHjr axlarmtM tarHv luliM payitcUa A Ik)
atilM ptyuciaa ul lao
SboI aapciiui. mm iu prtcuca wiu
6prMtorrkM and Impotemey,
su U raault of nelf-abuM is yottia. Mkul taomw la awa.
lurvr jeart, or othr cbubm, um4 rv4w if Kit a f lh M
hvtBg etlectt: McrvomseM, tWAtital KsulakB, (bktit -VtiB
bj xcjo). 1umbm iBiatkt, Dt(ctte Mruory, Puj
tlly, Pinii4aaa Kswe, Avrrakm t rotiHy X fraiuatna,
CotsfuMsta mi Idcsva, laaa f bcaua I kovrr, Ac., rn riDg
BtarrUff iBAproir or uabaupv, r ittorvufbl; ao4 Kra-a-aUj
mrwd. SYPHILIS pJtiiy eurcA iu4
JSZX .yTt7? OomorrkeiAu
OLsT. BtTKUirs, OrvBtua, RtretA. i Muuu
fll.-a auA aher prHf 4i itiickljr curW.
b oertAin data of dissuades, ti4 treat ib: tWabda ajiau
ily. aniuirw frvat afcUL Pl.jckUsi kuuviiic Oiii bun ftB
rv-uinttriMl tMtrawua to toy care. Wben U i bavwyirBi
Ttsil th Hty far trtateat, aawtictbm ma bt acol ptivattl
abl askftljr by amtiar upnaw an bar.
Cum OuAraatad la all Cm
CwusuilblUu LatratuaaMr av br Wttar fr a ad i art ted.
CLaiaja tM4kbM aa4 oumtu4mm atncUjr oviiadviiiiai.
f WO tf, vol to mcy ddr. wranl; mlM. lor Art?
crau. HMtiM t n.4 ki Ul. Aiirmm .bo.t
uaMk.miiwt..M.inr. a. luiui. i m r. a.
UltutrmUd woit rt
tu th. aiaiTud aii4aiM-
i IB .uual CTMMa. H abwti
... WtrA ducamica Is lh
iaet of itiiitiiilliia kovto
bralrliwr ( ui. uwrlMl mltuua. Mtlt twl Ktlf,
yauu tni njiMt tftt Aal& km ana iniiwi Mi It
i-uuuutt iaioiiiMiB. vbick M on. iu aOiai I. b. wuk
Out I on Lu. Iw MMn. Ik. kMjlk ud lia .ftS
only cn JOrrlMp Ouli IP Ji wui-lO. Jhic JkBW
kr 11.11. Tb. 3W w T,MftfIKf
null oa anr otha.ubi.cu wmImp! la hi. aarkSdnaS
kfarru. Gyl. Ultutf4
V lib Ulnar i in, .fi . r. . In ..
trum Ittk tearhr. in Ui. in.
quuiuv. o.ld kaaw aa
Cuun.hip. Mairiw.. On
and BftnlMioaa ot tlx
allklad of hiHtm. with kondrml of vsluakW mipa,
wnw.uuuHl BiiT,in. inip-Mimwiiw nwrrwa., intir u.
tur aud cur. Tnu .'I Uii rullir .iplpini.f their
hi, .ymploiu, .nd airan. to cvr. r if ii thaoalj trail.
Hiaotlts wuik ultli. kind pubil A.U. ail i. osaipMa
io rr.r, rtper, kVnl f -urr'.j mlr4 on mrip ol M) eta.
AddraM. Ir. C- A. H"Bii, HI! tn link MJM4.
fiTLiui. Uu. K.ul.i.lil la la w w
. DR. BUTTS'
DISPENSARY I tMSCSt
Tkirty .r..ap.ri.ur la '-nl id aaiaal a1
CUreulo Diaaaaeauilcih arir..
, ir. H t fia aa limn ClajM.
aianu, ou tb. wjibtrir. of rrproduci.
lia and ih. M;rv4 Ili.rviiliM ... U.K
manhood and voinanboud AnliluMfatrdbookotaijiiatf. f.
k pn.aia rwluii, a bich ilioukl lw kpt aadi Wk anil
k.T. Ki'MI andrr aral ftTtUcla.
1 P HIV ATI MXPIOAL TBXATIBB oa all dlwaM
of a PriT.t If .Wr. lu Ml) Kill, lii akiw. .m! d
orUrraufih. Kiual.rMMii, .114 th. iu.iit ui uum. Lb pai4
itli.nrravitt.-f. nlunoVraaai torlarta.
. UBDICAX ADVIOBoakViutiandCkHMiK DntM,
Siiniual Wmiiiu. Cuarrk, Uurn, RuiKur., th. itptuiu
lldi(.ae., aMp. vofkwotuudrr aral for M eu. All
thro bwkt ouutaiainf 40 pacaa and nrihia ourU
kuowiniooihaaubrKl, Mat aoouroljr aaalad r
rip r M ota. AiUrm. Dr. yHa' Oianaaaara,
ILLS. NORMAL UNIVERSITY
rtMl. ael". C.a Ilia..
Kor Ike invnarall n of Itavrhers. Ksoluaivaly
rrormaiMUMl iualrtu lion inrilMM who ara ura-
Warett tor iu 'luilioa rp. Kext larim bra-laa
fpkMUliepttk, ISiH. auparior aiaMtinTUba inautkm
twin At lam Mlna. la lira Model ileuartiiirat.
AdairkHl kiui nada. froas tlM VOutiKr.t uuulla
ku ttooaa Bltiar ar In AfWKa. kauil lur
aaiaioiwa. ur aoraa, ...
KllWLN C HEWETT, Ppaa't.
AV- Mswln Normal, 111,
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
W F HALLIDAT. Prcaidcat.
HKNBT L. HALLIDAT, Vloa Pml.
A. B SATroHO, Caahi.F.
WALTER UT8LOP. Aaa't Caahier.
n. StAAT Tatlob, R. H. CoaraiKotiAki,
11 L. Haixibat, W. P. H a u.ida t,
U. U. WlLXlAMWH, BTBPHBN HlMD,
A. B. Sappord,
Exohange, Coin and United Btataa
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS rceeivcrl and a faaxral 'Uutking
tMuineaa don .
r Rroaa, PrrallnL H. WIU, Caahier.
P. Nrff. Vice Prea't. T. J. Kertti, Aaat. aab'r
MM Ml sin,
Corner Commarclal At and 8th Btraat
K. RroM, Cairo. Wra. Kluire, Cairo.
I'. Nttf, Cairo. Wiu. Wolfe, Cairo.
A . Suaaoka, Cairo. K. L. Rilluuraler, kt. Louis,
fc . Iluilrr, lro H. Wella, Cairo.
P. H. Brinkman. Ht. Ixrala.
J. Y . Cleiiiaoa, Calexlonuk.
aiial BanklB; Baalaeaa Dob,
rEzetiatifre sold and bouftht. In tern t paid
a tbe baring. Department. Collection made,
nd all bu.ia ea iiromutlT attendwl lo.
CHARTERED MARCH SI, I8tl
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. 8 AFFORD. President.
S. 8. TATLOB, Tioe Preaideat.
W. HYSLOP. Sec' rand Treasurer.
P.W. Babclat, Cbas. GAueama,
f. M. Biocbiutb, PaulQ. boarua,
B.H. CvtntuiOMAja. U. L. Uauuat,
J. M. Pttuupa.
TNTEKEST lid on depoalts at tba rate ot six
A. per cent, per annum, juarcniatanu Dapieni
Mrrlat. Intereat not withdrawn is added iuuna
1 lately to tbe principal of tbe depoaiu, thereby
(ivuui uiem comuouuu iniereat.
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit money ana no one
else can draw it.
Ouea e Terr buameasdar from 8a.m. to I it. m
ad Saturday events is for savings depoaiu onif
roiu a to a o cioca .
W. KTSXOP. Tpaaawrar
Liatoa DBA us:
- R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wkoleaalc and Batall Dealers la
Foreien and Domestlo
VfWSJi OF AXI. KIKTUS,
No. 00 Ohio Levee,
ME88RP. 8 MYTH a CO. hava coaaUaUT
a Urge stock ot tbe beat good lu Uu mar.
ket, and give eepecial attention to Iba wbolaaala
ranch of tbe buaineaa. '
M treete, Shi.
Chartered bv the
Slat, of Illinois
for tba saraaa
purpoae 01 giving
a all owe of private, chronic, aud urinary Ul
seaaea la all their comDlioatwl rbrma. It ia wall
tuowa that Dr. Jaime haa atood at the head of
the nrofeaaioa for the naat an veara. Aaa and
sperienceareall-lmporUint. MeaBlau.1 we It.
, nigni loaaea by dreams, pimples on the
face, loat manhood, can posilUrly be curved
Ladies wanlina the moat delicate attention, call
or write. Pleasant home for palienu. A book
for tbe million. Marriage Guide, which tells
you all about these diaeaaea who should marry
wnv not iu ceuu to pay poataga. ur. J a nine
is 0 rooms and uarlor. You see ao one but
the doctor UlUue houra. S a.m. lo T D.m. Sun
days, lu to U. All buain strlutly oauflcltu
otrfalned la the Tnltad
b la lea, Canada, aad Ku
rope serins as low as
those f any other relia
ole houae. Correauon
Uenee lav lad la the tag-
liab and foreign anguages, witn inventors, At
torneys at Ul, and other Eoliuiitura, asuaciall
w In tuoae wao aave una uuur ea.es itjeciea ia
tbehanda ol other attorneys. Ia rejw-ted cams
our fees are reasonable, and BO charge ia made
unkees we are sucveaaful.
1. ir yen wanta paw
examinational the patent onloe. aad II we thuil
It patentable, will send yoa pavers sad advlue,
aad proaeouu your cess. Our fa will be ia er
fa . Oral or wrllten ia 'matters
Clevrland, Ublei O. H. KaUay, Kaq., Bea'V
Katkaaal (jiaaga-lLvUiavUie, Ky Vommu
Daa'l SBMaaa.U.a. St.. Waafaagtos. p. 0.
rf-Sad biamp fur our 'Uuia fur Sum a-
tore of PessBts. Wsaiae. P. ii.
. , la-T-dewf , . , . ., -
m. w w w
This great International Exhibition, da
ilRtied to commemorate the one hundredth
annlrersary or American Independence,
opened May 10th. and will close November
l0th,l87G. All the nations ol the world
and all the states and territories of the Un
ion are participating 1b this woBderful de
monstration. bringiog together the moat
comprehensive collection ot art treasures,
mechanical inventions, scientific discover
eriaa, manufacturing achievements, miner
al specimens, and agricultural products
ezer exhibited. The grounds devoted to
tbe exhibition are situated on the line of
tbe Pennsylvania Railroad and embrace 450
acres of alt-mount Park, all highly im
proved and ornamented, oa which are
erected the largest building ever construc
tedlive of these covering an area of Biy
acres and routing trOOO.OOO. The total
number of building erected for the pur
poses of the exhibition Is ' near two hun
dred. During the tbirts days immediately
following the Bpenlng of the exhibition a
million and a quarter ol people visited it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
THK 0BXAT TRUVX LIVI
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE (J. 3.
Is the mos, direct; convenient and econom
ical way of reaching Philadelphia and this
great Exhibition Irom all sections of the
country. Its trains too and from Philadel
phia will pass tbrouflh a grand Centennial
uepei, w men tne company naa erectea at
tbe main entrance to the Exhibition
grounds for the accommodation of passen
gers who wiih to stop at or start from tbe
numerous large hotels contiguous to this
station ano tbe Exhibition a convenience
ol the greatest value to visitors, and afford
ed exclusively by tho Penn.ylvrnla Kall-
uad, wnicn is tneoniy line running airect
o the Centennial buildings. Excursion
rains will also stop at the Encampment of
h Patrons ol uusDauory, at Kim station
on this road.
The Pennsylvania Railroad la the grand
est railway organisation in the world, it
controls seven thousand miles of roadway,
forming continuous lines to Philadelphia,
Mew York, Baltimore, ami washUjgton.over
which luxurious day and night cars are
run from Chicago, Ht. Louis, Louisvnie, Cin
cinnati, Indianapolis, Columbus, Toledo,
Cleveland and Erie withous change.
its main line Is laid wlte double and Wire
tracks of heavy steel rails upon a deep bed
of broken stone ballast, and iu bridghs are
ell of iron or stone, its passenger trains
are equipped with every tnorvn Improve
ment for comtort and safety, and are run at
faster speed for greater distances thea the
trains of eov line on the continent. Tbe
company nas largely increased its equip
ment tor Cedtenuial travel, and will be pre
pared to build in its own shops, at short
notice sufficient to fully accommodate any
any extra demand. The unequalled re
anurces at the command of the company
ot the company guarantee the most perfect
accommodations for all its patrons during
tbe Centennial Exhibition.
The magnificent scenery for which the
Pennsylvania Railroad In so iustly celebra
ted presents to tbe traveler over Its perfect
roadway an everi-hanglnt? panorama of
nver mountain and landscape views une
qualed in America.
Tbe eating stations on this line are un
surpassed. Meals will be furnished at suit
able hours and ample time allowed tor en
Excursion tickets, at reduced rates, will
be sold at all the princlpul railroad ticket
offices In the West, Northwest and South
west. Be eure that your tickets read via the
Great Pennsylvania route to the Centen
nial. FRANK THOMSON, D. M. BOYD, Jr
tten. Manager. Uen. Pass'r Agt
DISABLE D wttifca la ta Una
ot date. aUtaar bv aneldaot o-
Mharwtea.sa4ald hare a necuiioa. Twaloaaai
aaaaer aauuea to mm gMaiipa m
ae atataar now alight, gives yea a 1
tb Mas ei a so givee 70a a p
The loasf aaere give yee m
Any Uiary will kiv yeo a ni
wae are aowarawlage ienalea.arliieiy win,
tied to aa In grease. nfffl TTV Iff
TJtootj ot Paasloa and Bonaty Acta.
Addles, p. He riTXCBRALD.
Vailed states Claim Agent, lMBtAMAtxU6IsB
Hf Oa all Utters mark P. O. Box " ft
Blaaw rutl. what wwr m ttls aSruUnewaii
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Booflng and Guttering a Speoialty
Slate Boo&ing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Jilinoii.
Lightning Bode, Pumpi, Stove
JefcfclaS PreaewtLr Dea. .
I L - J J -
VI18CHEB to HALL'S
Warf-Mteel eiuU t aay fetask la the
market, aael far eeartar Set "
eealrateel l y fee all paravane
far which It an iae4.
Put up la on pound metal cans, convenient
for u.e la auutliea for tuaking hard aad soft
oapa, aad for cleaning purpoae generally, Di
rection fur auakiag aoap, etc, aoooatpaning
Kor cleaning type, nraases, machinery, aarau.
softaalair water, waalilae alak aad
isaiag aiaa aae trail 1
ia tb surlag, it U ueualet for excellent and
eonvenieao of paekage. lor aal by tsrocrrs
aad Druggist everywhere.
Vdwrher 4t HalPa laeertUM aa
Dsalalartsuit rar is iavalualile for the
deal ruxtioa f ta pot Is bug , eot sua w na.gnsaa
hwppara, urea, rata, riaraaa, (naaeta, and var
aiia i( all kiud. It la kanukraa to lane aiul
aaiiuala. aad it cheaper than Paris green mr
the destnsctioaef verasra. It la alao invalua
ble a a INaaasarSaal, pttrtryiag; taa attia koapi
laleaad sick rottat. bimI destioylu tke ulcs of
Slats, cellar, aUkUae, al. PutupTa oa pound
sal. Pur sale by Irryiau a4 Uruosrs
. aWtWtis WilaA,,asr ferk.
: Aff. Hiswioi , t , .. .
Leading Journal of Southern
Will steadfastly oppose the policies of rhe
Republican party, and re ruse to be tram-
mailed by the dictation of any clique la the
It beiieves that the Republican party has
fulfilled Its BisaloB. aad that the Deara-
cralto party aa bow organised should bare
stored to power.
It believes the Kadloal tyrenay ti
for several years oppressed tke Seutti
should be overthrown aad the people ct the
southern States permitted to control their
It believes that railroad corporation
should be inhibited by legislative enacts
tnt at from extorting aad unjustly discrim
inating ia their business transections with
It recognises the equality o be
fore the law.
It advocates free commerce tariff for
it advocates resumption of specie pay
ment, and heasst paymeat of the public
It advocates economy in the admiolstrs.
tlon ol public affair
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