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J OHN U. MULK-BT,
Attorney 'at faw.
OrriCR : AtrestdeaoS 01 Ninth Struct,! e
twwnWwdiliitoe treat and Walnat a
Omc. Ev-U.tlrx a-AU..-.V. Com.1 T-s-olfth. Bt-o.t al 'WlilntJ"jk.v.vi.
CA1KO, ILLINOIS. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER M, 1870.
At the Dull rm orlio. Uui, Illinois
mi a ni ar ".
"TOWN AND COUNTRY"
biii m Fire
sssaaaw sasaassssaaaaaataaaa sssssseia
g he gttltyiir.
roiiTl VEAk HKIOKi: THE PtKLle.
DR. C. MVLANE'S
C f. L K II R A T E U
LI VIC R PILLS,
City National Bank
THE 8KNAT0BUL MUDDLE.
roa mil tiaa or
Your House Needs Painting Badly,
only because It looks dingy and rusty, but loMhe- more Important re.-.aon that It
wante protection from the weather. Willi thin Paint, KOIl A ISM Al.l. HI M,
you ran Tinted and Ib-atitily your lioue, nuking It
, Attractive and limtin.
I he Town ami Country Iteady Mixed l'aint. ere prepared from pure white lead,
iiriixi.ia . ino, and l he li next and tron;rtt toloriiiK mitciial obtainable, mixed
wan prepared Linseed :ll, which dries with a fc'loss ami durability unattainable i.v
the Mine ma ten aid mixed In the ordinary manner.
Lead and Zinc, mixed iniliii way, arc not sib'ctcd lv chances ot temperature, will
not track, blister, feel, fluke or chalk, and will alwavs dry w ith the hirhest pos-dhle
polish. They are warranted to stand under all etpo'-ure, and will ionn a perfpetly
wnter-proof covering, very clastic and beautiful. Tiiev will work freely under the biuli.
and may be applied by the uioM inexperienced per-oii when the directions arc followed,
though the employment ol regular painter is ndied when obtainable.
This Paint I always Heady for u-e without the Inconvenience or expense of
uny additional material.
Ono Gallon will Cover 200 to 250 Square Feet
Call and get a circular yi irj(f all dcind information In regard to the
TOWN AND COUNTRY" Ready Mixed Paints
ONLY To UK IIAI AT TIIK "SUiN OK Till: OOIJIKN I.ION,"
Fever aal Ague Pad
The Greatest Discovery! Age
(Patented April VI, 170.)
Kodftia' Kover and Agn Tad i no imponlion. nor does it pre end to
vii re without medicine. The 1'ad I medicated with effective compound,
abd citrus by abiorpt ion, ai ling direct on the IJver and Stomach linujed
lately, th u IuUidl' Iroiu the hvntcin all malaria and Bilious poixon. Kodgcr
'ever and Aitue Pad make also a xurc cure In ail uieat prow in -j out of
a di'irdtred Licr.
The I'uMIc are cautioned avaiuit iirclialng the rounterfeit article, a
Ihert arc one or two In the market; a.k your driii'iti-t for Kodtrcra' r'eter
ant Aoe l'ad, l'at. Apul 1 -To. Thin is iiio onlv original pad. lie
sure and auk lor the patented article. 'I be pi in of lttd;.':r-' ( ever and
Aue 'al I only t and i nent pot-puld t- any ad r s oh rereipt ol price.
Oterve Olic. tion and buy imue but Kodii-m . Kor ule ty
13 Anoti a.y unoTinino,
Call and net a Circular.
DRINK and LIVE
F the Cure of the Ilia that Flesh is Heir to. Pure and Fresh. Ob
tained Direct from their Sources and Kept on Ice.
DETflESDA LlIEMi WATER
Of Waukesha, Wisconsin,
Blue Lick, Excelsior Waters,
Fresh From the Spring at Saratoga.
All of tbe above Waters for sale on draught in Bottle, by the Gallon in
Jugs or KeKS), or by the Barrrl by
' BARCLAY BROS., Druggists,
74 Ohio Levee. Cairo, 111.
Oonernl Agent, Cairo, Illinois.
The NeantorlNl Committee's (nil for
A New Henmarlnl IHelrirt
In Accordance With Which Chairman Haiti,
dty Issues His Call Vor a New
I lie following niiiiinm!ralioii rxpltiin
Caiko, III., Sept. 7, lT'i.
To Uie Democracy ol the F iftieth Hcnato
rial District :
YONrsenatorial committee held a meeting
at Anna on the evening of September r.lh,
KO, to couvlder the petition for a new
eoHveiition. Asia well known to you, a
considerable db-utMaetlon exist w ith re
gard to the action of the Jonecboro conven
tion. Ii this di-Hatlnlnction wufi conflned to
a lew individual only, we should have die
regarded it, but the petitions have been
finned by a uflicient number of Democrats
to demand, la our judgment, some action
on our part to restore harmony to tbe par
ty. We have acted Mnly with un eye to
the (food of the par. y, and the plan upon
which we have decided, we believe to be
one which every Democrat in the district
should heartily endorse as a fair solution of
all difficulties, and one w hich Khould restore
unity of action to the party.
There being a vacancy on the ticket,
aiihed by the withdrawal of Mr. Oberly as
audidste for representative, a majority of
) our committee decided to call a new con.
vention to All the vacancy, recommending
to the committee of the several counties,
through their chairman, that xuch action
be taken wl h regard to the nomination of
a ticket a they believe to be in accord w ilk
the whites of a majority of the Democracy.
If it shall be determined by the convention
that the bet interests of the party demand
a new ticket, then let the convention nom-
nate one ; but if on the other baud, it tb.dl
be declircd that the interests of the party
will be bent subserved by the ticket remain
iug as it is, then let the convention refuse to
ake any action with regard to the present
nominees. We have accordingly notified
ach chairman of the several county cen
tral committee-, to ca'l conventions in tbetr
re -peel ive counties to nominate delegates
to tbe general convention named, to be held
at tbe court house in Jontsboro.on tiie 1Mb
lay of September, l&Tii, at 2 o'clock p. m.
The above was signed hy Messrs. V.
I. Morris of airo, and W. A. Itrnma, ol
lackum county, two of the three inetn-
Ix-rs of the t-onmiittce.
MOKRI TO IIAI.I IOAY.
lu accordance with the above, Mr.
Morris-, chairman of the senatorial com
mittee, addressed the following to T. V.
Ilalliday, chairman of the Alexander
oiinty Democratic committee :
( aiho, III., Sept. ft, ls;.
Thoma W. llalilday, Ch'n Dcm. Central
out. of Alexander Co., Cairo, 111.:
Dear Sir : At a meeting of the senatorial
ommiiteeol this, the Fiftieth senatorial
district, held at Anna, 111., on thetith Inpt.,
t was determined by a majority of .said
oinmati e, to cil a couveiitiou to meet at
louesboro. III., on Mtiliday, cpt. is, lti,
at '1 o'clock p. in. , lor the purpose of noiu-
Dating arsiiilidatc to till the vacancy caused
by the declination of Hon. John II. oberly
s a candidate for the lower bouse of the
thirtieth general a-sciubly ol the state ot
Illinois ; and it being tuadtf apparent to the
ommittee at the meeting held as aforesaid,
that considerable disadectlou exists
throughout the ditrlct, on account ot tbe
nomiuatiou made by the senatorial and
representative convention held at .louesboro
in said dMrict on the ltd day, of August
hr-t, the central committee ol your county,
through you, are therefore reUeted to
meet at ome time and place, as you, chair
mn, of said committee may designate, bli
the purpose ot calling a convention of the
Democracy of your couuty to appoint del
egates to the convention to be held at
louesboro asaloresaid, and tu take such ac
tion us in your judgment will secure har
mony and subserve the best Interest of
the Democracy ol your county and the
w. ii. .mouk;s,
Ch'n. Fiftieth Senatorial Dintriet Com.
XMV DKMOCBATIC COt'NTV CON VKS I ION.
In compliance with the, above ft meet
log ol the Alexander county Democratic
central committee was held on Monday
evening last, at which the chairman, Mr.
Halliday, was authorized to Issue the fol
lowing call :
Cairo, li.i.ss., Sept., II, 1870.
A convention of the Democratic voters
ot Alexander county will he held at the
courthouse iu Cairo, on Saturday next,
September loth Inst., at one o'clock,
p.m., lor the purpose of selecting nine
delegates to the convention to meet at
Joncsboro, on the lSih in.st., in accord
ance with the call ot the Fiftieth senatorial
Uy order ot the Alexander County
Democratic Central Committee.
Titos. W. Hali idav, Chairman.
Highland Park, 111.
A Colleiflnl and Fretnralorjr load'
liillou for .lit.
Fait M-SHion beicius Keutcrnher Sioih. ls'ti
Course ol ktudv tliuruuirh ami t'SUjinled. Iture
liw.ilitiea for Mimic, Drawing Jaiul faintiug
Muiiiitrs, BioraU and Health of the Ural impor
tance. College buildiuKS tsmuuiMtioils. and
well fnrninliud. No rooiiu lor Miiilsalovs two
fliglits ol slam, icaiiuu aiirai'.nve. ilioae
lio bavc eoiiiulettid their onliuary acbool elu-
ratioa elsewhere iiimv m reoeivtd to pursue our
hiL'licr course Willi special aavaulav. r.i
VAKl I'. WEbiON". S'KKSIUSNT.
CINCINNATI WESLEYAN COLLEGE.
FOB YOTOO WOXEV,
Begins iu 35th year Sept. l.Uh. Faculty
numbers 21. Maultlcsnt buildings, csuer-
ous table. Thorough ejure la F.ugllsn,
Science, Classics, and Modern Languages.
Liiaurpaasea advantages for muie ana art.
Address the President, Key. David II.
Moor, lt.lt i Cincinnati, u. i-o-osw-ei.
Hcpatitij or Liver Complaint,
1V.IU-,1 AMI SKK IIKAljACHa,
Symptoms of a Diseased I.iver.
I j.MN in the right side, under the
. edge of the ribs, increase-son pres
sure ; sometimes the pain is in the left
side; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side ; sometimes the pain
is felt tinder the shoulder-blade, and
it frequently extends to the top of
the shoulder, and is sometimes mis
taken for a rheumatism in the arm.
The stomat.1i is affected with loss of
appetite and sit kness ; the bowels in
general are ostive, sometime alter
native with lax ; the heud is troubled
v ith pain, au ompanitd with a dull,
heavy sensation in the back part.
'1 here is generally a considerable loss
ofnKmory,a(;coinpanicd with a pain
ful sensation of having left undone
something which ought to have been
done. A slight, dry cmgh is some
times an attendant, a The patient
complains of weariness and debility ;
he is easily startled, his feet are cold
or burning, and he complains of a
prickly sensation of the skin ; his
spirits are low; and although he is
sat isfied that exercise would be bene
ficial to him, yet he can scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to try
it. In fact, he distrusts every rem
edy. Several of the above symp
toms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred w here few of them ex
isted, yet examination of the body,
after death, has shown the livlr to
have been extensively deranged.
AGUE AND FEVER.
Dr. (J. M'.Lank's I.iver Pills,
IN CASLS Ol AOCE AXL 1'tVi.R, when
taken with Quinine, are productive
of the most happy results. No better
cathartic can be used, preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine. We
would advise all who are afflicted
with this disease to give them A
Tor all Lilious derangements, and
as a simple purgative, they are un
tjualed. BEW'ARK OP IMITATIONS.'
The genuine Dr. C. M.Lane's
Liver Pills are never sugar coated.
Every box has a red wax seal on
the lid, with the impression Dr.
MVLanl's Liver Pills.
The genuine M'.Lane's Liver
Pills liear the signatures of C.
MVLaxe and I'i.eminc Bros, on the
Insist on your druggist or
storckeejKrr giving you the genuine
Dr. C. MVLane's Liver I'm i s, pre
pared by 1 leining P.ros., Pittsburgh,
Sold by all resectable druggists
and country sturekeecrs generally.
To !.e wiohiiin to g;ve 1. L M' Lam's
LitkH Hills a trial, e will uuul ot (laid tu uy
prt ul the Luilcti buie, one tut ol f,U lot
twenty live cent..
fLt.MlXG BROS.. Piil.butuh. V.
To whom Pensions are
I fl f I't's"" whit in the Hue
sail dUcharge of duty, either by a"Ol4oit o
oiunriH, tnoiua nave a peiuiioa. im tow w
a ao(r entitlua you to a peoaioo. A ruptara.
u Alter now hiikus jou pwmk
I hs Ioaa of a to slves tou a pension.
The loss of so ere give you a pension.
mho are uow drawlnva pentkm, are lustily entl
fuFoopr ot Peusioa and Bounty Acta.
Addrp. H. FITZCERALD,
Valted State Claim Asent, Inbiasafolu.IsB,
Sjsj-On all letters mark A. U. Atux S4M
VImm itiu la Sit ucar mm tbi aSnniMurat.
O CALLAHAN & HALL,
Hoofing and Guttering a Snecialty
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Bods, Pumps, Stoves
Jobbing ProsaPtlT Dona.
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OP PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
la Ike Vran4 Oltl
Which has stood the teat of 40
There ia no sore it will not Ilea!,
no Ajamenesa u win not uuro.no
A iV. a M Poin thnt iWinti frViA TTil
.WUV, V .Mf - wi tw
man body,or the body of a Horo
am U assi Ain Adi.i A mvi wi 1 Kaf
does not yield to its magic touch.
A bottle coating 25o.. 60c. or II
haa often saved the life of a Human
Being, and Restored to Life and
Usefulness Many a' Valuable
Ilorso. .!.'...(. i
CAPITAL, - $100,000
W P. HAUJIIAY, Prwii.lent.
JIKNKY I, II A I.I.I I A Y, Vi.ePreM.
A H SAKHIKO, Cliier.
W Al.Tf K 1IVSLOI', A l t'sslilrr.
?.' B.TA?.T" TVI-". H- rrsisinASi,
II L. IUi.ijoav, w. P. IIau.ioat,
O. I. W ll.t.lAMKI. Tfll( ItlMO.
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS rtroivfHl ami a general thanking
t nrnii, 1'ir-l.lrtit. Jl. Wi-llii, Cn-liicr.
P. N-fl. ice Prcs't. T. J. K-rth, Ast. iwli'r
Corner Commercial Ave. and 8th Street
K. RroM, Ciro. Wm. Kluirc, Cairo.
P. Si-K, Cairo. Win. WoltV, iMiro.
A . Mwatika, Cairo. K. I.. IlillitiKsli-y , i. a.
K, llii'ler, Cairo. H. H'elln, Cairo.
K. II. Ilrinkiuan. M. Jtuiti,
I. Y. I lemum, C'alel)iiii.
Cirnrrnl llnnkin Bumlnrais Hone.
r?"F.xotianRe solil and bought. Intenst paiJ
n the Savinita iH-pttrtnieut. (.'ollertiuna male,
U'l all luin t-i uiiiiltlv ntU-iulH.I to.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
A. R. S AFFORD, President.
S. 8. TAYLOR, Vice President.
W. IIYSLOP, See' y and Treabiirer.
P.W. BaHCLAT, C'BAS. (iALIUHER,
f. M. HTfM.arLBTH, PailU Si-iiuh,
It. II. CIJKKINUUAH. H L.IiALI.lUAT,
J. M. PlllLLll-S.
INTEREST paid on ,leioeits at tbe rate ot aix
percent per annum, Alarrti 1st and Sojitem
tut lat. Jnteruit uut withdrawn la added ianiiB
liutely to I lie priucipal of the depoaiu, ttierttiy
(tvina tliein comuouud interest
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Ojien every tinsinessday rromfla rn. to p.m.
a J -atuptny evenings for aaviug deposiu uulf
roui ti to 6 o'clock .
W. HT8LOP, Treasurer.
R. SM : YTH "& CO. ,
Wbolrimle mid Retail Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic
WI1VKN OF A I.I. IaIUN,
No. 60 Ohio Levoe,
MESSRS. fMYTH A CO have eonaUnUT
a liirye stock ot thu bent auutto lu Uiu luu-
ket, and giveespecial atUntion tu Ihe liuleo
IHiicti ol me iuine
t lisiUred hy the
Stale d' Illinois
for the exiinws
lilinu.fU. lit rivitur
u ilII 1-auieaot' ui ivate. rhroniu. an urnmrvtli-
deaes in all their complicated forma. It i well
known tuat Ur.Jamen nw alooii ai uie neiei 01
die urnt'iion for Uie out m years. Ave and
avtw,tw,'.siHnii-inlnriHiti H-i.,...rai .
u-hh, itiKiit IohiH'A by drvuins. piuiple- on tb
face, loitt manhood, can ixtxitively be cureisl
IjidieA wanlinK the most delicate attention, call
or write. I'leariaut borne for natieutu. A book
for the million. MurruiK liiiide, which tells
you all about these tt invades who should marry
--WIIV HOI lucenu lo pay uonuttce. r- waiura
lias HO rooms and parlor You nee no one but
the doctor oiuc hours, s a.m. to 7 p.m. Sun
days, l to 1-. All biuiurss suictiy con net tu
lih and foreign anj uages, wun inventors, At-
I ...I...- C.I 1... I....... na.uii.iiill
lorneya ai iw, uin uuiri nuiu.uwi.,
... ... . . .. u. .1 Uv. hull ,IMI am.uj reiiM'tMi in
the hands ol other attorneys, lu reiecwd cuws
our fees are reasonable, ana no charge is mail
utiles tic iirc luuOTi.i.
T. If you want a pat
1. ' eut.sendusamoihtl
examinational the patent offlc. and II we thlul
It paunianie, win acuu yuu t-e- r--r--and
prosecute your case. Our lee wdl Ul iu
dlliu i-V S-ll 1S'S . BAJ.
I i Oral or written in matters
veil v Y-CommusioneT oi ni, .
KehindYI O. U. lisUey. f sq.. See't
VstttaW tot Uultto lor oUaia
MaTalauls.! ' a"book of W panes . , .
torsormssiu, naawnaiwv, v. v.
-r a s olitained in Uis Tutted
I I La lSui,t'' -'a"ula and Ku
JC nnTflrul I terms as low as
r A I.HI I I. N those ol auy other reliu
I lllllll llrlble house. CorresiHm-
TUN t reat International Exbll.itloti, de
signed to eoiiunemorste the one hundredth
anniversary of American Independence,
opcued May loth, and will iloie November
liith, l7ii. All the nations til the world
and all the states and territories of the I!n
i.n are participating In tlii wonderful de
monstration, bringing together Hie most
comprehensive collection ot art treasures,
mechanical invention, seienlille discover
pries, iiiaiiulitcturiii)! acliieveiuents, miner
al specimens, and agricultural product
fr.ir exhibited. The grounds devoted to
the exhibition are situated on the line of
the Pennsylvania Railroad and embrace 4 .VI
acres of ralrmouut Turk, all highly itn
proved and ornamented, on wbieh are
erected the Urgent building ever construe
ted live of these covering an area of titty
ai-res and cos'inn t.".nu.0is. The total
number of buildings erected for the pur
ina of the exhibition is near two mm-
dred. iMirini the thlrt d.ivs iimnediiitt Iv
following the opening of the exhibition a
minion Dii a ii:irter of people visiteJ It.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
THE GREAT TRT7MK LINE
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U. S.
Is the uios. tlirect: convenient and econom
ical Way ol reach i n 6- l'biladelDhla und thla
treat Kxhibition lioni all sections of the
country. Its trains too and Irom rhiladel-
ihia will pasa ttiroutlh a grand Centennial
depot, w hlch tbe company hits erected at
tbe main entrance to tbe Kxhibition
grounds for the accommodation of passen
gers wuo wen io siop at or start iroin the
huuierous large hotels contiguous to this
station anc thu Exhibition a convenience
ol the greatest value to visitors, and afford
ed exclusively by the rennxvlvrnia Kail-
oan, wuicu is tne only line running direct
u uie v. emeu in i uiiiiinozs. excursion
rains will a No stop at the Kncampmentof
ue rairnns oi uiunaiiary, at Mm Station
on nils roati.
The Pennsylvania Railroad is the irrand
est rnilwav organization In tbe world, it
controls seven thousand miles of roadway,
forming continuous lines to Philadelphia,
New York, Haiti more, and wash iDgton, over
wtiicu luxurious uay ana night cars are
run from Chicago, St. Louis, Louisville, cin-
innstt, indianspolis, Columbus, Toledo,
,'levclund and Krie witbous change,
its main line is laid wlte double and third
tracks ol heavy steel rails upon a deep bed
I broken stone ballast, and tu bridgbs are
II of iron or -stone. Its uasseneer trains
are eiiuipiied with every kno,vn linnrovc-
mcnt for comtort and ssicty, and are run at
taster speed lor greater distances than the
trains of any line on the continent. Tbe
company has largely increased its equip
ment ior cutenniaiiravci, ana win he pre
pared to build iu its own shops, at short
notice sutHelent to fullv accommodate any
any extra demand. I'he unequalled re
sources at the command of the compauy
ot the company guarantee tbe most perfact
accommodations ior au us patrons during
tne centennial Kxtuoiuon.
The mairnilicent sccuerv for which the
Pennsylvania Kallroad is so iustlr celebra
ted prespi n r.ol. r mr lis IMTtt'Ct
rnaiwav an evern-hangimr panorama of
river mountain and landscape views une-
pisled in America.
The eating stations on this line are un
surpassed. Aleais wu: lio luniisueu at suit'
able hours ami ample time allowed tor en
Kxcursioii tickets, at reduced rates, will
be sold at all the prlncipul railroad ticket
olllces in the West, .Northwest and South
lte sure that your tickets read via the
tirenl remmyivaiaa route to ma euten
Kit ASK THU.MSD.N, I). M. IlilYl), Jr.,
tien. .Manager. lieu. Pans r A(t
Tliirtf rearerxpfrlrnr in the Irt-aUueul uf 8xiUal gncl
Ctirumo DiaoMraof both eies.
A Pbysno.ogioftJ View orMarriA
ltr thniamHi aitd thus eontviuplatiuif
maiTiafn., eu tlteniyittrieci' wpivduct
ioa aittl tU avcrvt innranticaut ywuth,
mauhoud and womaiUivMMi An llliistrmtrd bouk ol pas.
mid im kevt uiMkr kM.-fe, au4
a y. Stnt unji rswal tWrd-Jcfs.
A PRIVATE M EDICAL TREATIflC on all tliaenaM
ot a Private Nature in txith aeire, ttt abusr aati
urdrsiuttlte ai-iual svetem, and tn uansut;ut,ljJ(aA;i
MEDICAL ADVICE on Sriualainl Chronic israte.
P niiikai W sjaknesa, Cwrrh, Canosjr, Kurcurv, th tiutn
llnl.it. . aAsiaui work ai atunUrr ai lor JO cu. All
ttiree book von lain nig 4ttO ! aiHi-vrrttuast wort ft
autiwiufr, on thesubjv-t, sent aeourely wlu( on ra
ecipt of &0 cti. AJJn!e9 Dr. Butts DitiMfltary,
No. 12 n. am if., vi. tvouitj, mo. i ,rT" j
The Grand Pacific Hotel,
One of the Safest and Most Pleas
ant Hotels in America.
HaviiiK all the dinerriit Safeguards Against
'nu, niakei it practical I y lire-proof, lias re-
rnlly undergone entiusive nuinoveiuenia a
lal'gS allloUlll Ol new llirniltirv aoiieti, uikkiu
il uiis of the most elegantly luruilicd boutls iu
il,.. eiooitrr and the entire building redeco
rated in a styles 11 ait for leaiity of dtodgu, sur
liantes anything of the kind in the world
1 lie ventilation of Hit hotel m wrtect, baring
tery inodLi u impruveuieut.
Cost of Hotel, $1,500,000.
Cost of Furniture, $400,000.
Occuli an entire atquar. has lug-a
iruuinK ui i.u.tu ten.
Nunilifrof rM)ins, l0-: units of rooms, with
liaths ronuecting. i"i size of arlora, Iin't sJ
feel; Hi.e of graud diuuiiifr-rooiu. ISo; aie
ot ladiea' prolueiiude, I.S'xS'j h1 of ofliee,
ice of rooms, with board, S-LOo. a.t..io, $1 mi,
!.. aud $ ,oii per fy. accord
ing W UUIll'l.
The table and scry let unsurpassed, being the
saius to all-
a "am,AMa,SSSSJ m'ill t mu.l.i I'non tlia
above price to partiea i-eiiiainnig a Wa,KK or
more, and thoav Ueairing to viait the txpo.l
tiou during tut mouth of Keplewlwr.
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