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OHM M. UVhMMT,
- 4Urey at Law.
VtTUX ; Atreeldtaoe ob Moth Street, t
iwm Waahlna'ton imiM aiol W elaul
At the BdlLctih UOlr, I airo, Illinois
Your House Needs
Sot only bt an it look dingy and rusly, bnt fur Hip more important region th.tt; it
want protection fremthe weather. With this Paint, FOR A .sMALI. HI'M,
jrirti cho I'mtcct and beautify your bouse, muting it
..Attractive and Inviting.
. The To o aid Couutry Ready Mixed Paint are prepared from pur whits lead,
' yurs Oxliia ol Zinc, aot lit Unest and strongest coloring material obtainable, mixed
villi prcparod l.fnseed :ML which drie with a glow ami durability unattainable by
ibe same material mixed in Ilia ordinary manner.
Lead and Zinc, mixed tOtbW way, arc not affected bv rbanges ot temperature, will
iuit crack, blister, peel, (1ak or chalk, and will ulway dry 'With the nlguest possible
polish. Thsy art warranted to aund tinder all eipnstire, and will form a perfectly
water-proof covering, very elastic and lieatitiful. They will work freely under the brush,
and may tie applied by Ibe most inexperienced person when the directions are followed,
though the, employment ot regular painter is advised when obtainable.
Tni I'alut I alw.-iyifteady for u-e without the inconvenience or fxpenre of
any additional matt-rial.
Ono Gallon will Cover 200 to 250 Square Feet
Call and get a circular gtvln? all desired information in regard to the
"TOWN AND COUNTRY" Ready Mixed Paints
OSI.Y TO UK It A I AT 'INK "SI'iN OF THK OOLPRN LION',"
hw aad Ape Pal
The Greatest Discovery! Age
'Patented April U, li'M.)
Kodct' Fever and Ajih 1'ad I' no Imposition, nor does it pic 'end to
mt without medicine. I lie l'itd la medicated with ertective compound,
and iiireijiy absorption, actio direct on the l.lver and Btomarb immed
iately, tbiu taking from Ibe avateni all malaria and lllliou poison. Kodger'
Fever and Artie Pad make also a sore cure la all diseases growing out ol
a disordered Liver.
The Put lie are cautioned against purchasing tba counterfeit article, a
there are one or two In the market; ! ymr ilruiiet for Kodger' Fever
and Ague i'ad. Pat. A pi 11 Utti, l-7. This i ino only original pad. He
ore and ark lor Ibe patented article. 'Ibe prh-i; of Jtodgere' Fever and
Ague t'ad I only l ami I sent post-paid t" any ai ifi oa receipt ol price.
Observe direction and buy none but itodget'. Foraale by
CU and vet a Clicular.
DRINK and LIVE
the Cure of the Ills that Flesh is Heir to. Pure and Fresh. Ob
tained Direct from their Sources and Kept on Ice.
BETHESDfl mm mm
Of Weukesha, Wisconsin,
Blu e Lick, Excelsior Waters,
Fresh From the Spring at Saratoga.
All of the above Waters for aaU on draught in Bottlea, tor the Gallon in
Jugs or Kege, or toy the Barrel toy
BARCLAY BROS., Druggists,
74 Ohio Levee. Cairo, HI.
Osn.ral Aeante. Cairo, IlllucU
Omc. Sullettla. B'vxllAla.r. Cetnit Twaltlx Btraat unl
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. Kill DAY. SEPTEMBER 2X 1870.
fp Couoty Heme,
h iom tby I'ope Cointy Beforoier.
Ilralth In (iolonndu ami vicinity
We saw tlw Tildrii ami Hendricks
(U-livrrpil on th pronnl lat vvek. It U
Tho Tcachera' Inslitufc licM at Indc
pemlenro Sclionl House was well attend
ed and adjournril on F riday 2'2lat noon.
On Monday hut the Germans of ttii
placfhcM a pic nic In the jrove opposite
Henry Shlrling',whlcli was well attonilcil
and pulsed off pleasantly.
Last Sunday nljjdit Parson Wright
preached hit farewell aermon In this
place. His text was "De thou faithful
unto dpath and I will give thee a crown
of life." It was 2spcdally directed to his
christian lriendi that lie Is soon to leave
and lor whom he clieri.-ihos the kindest
feclingi bfjcause of their sympathy and
support these past two years. The best
wiwhes ol our community w ill follow him
to Lis new station up near Alton.
The union .Sunday school convention
luet hero Wednesday. The Pre sLyterlan
church was appropriately decorated lor
the occasion, and several rjunday school
workers from abroad were pre
sent to aiifci.st our home force.
When we say home force, we mean that
we have a perfect team of energetic, faith-
ful men and women that have been and are
still doing much good for the .Sunday
school cause in this county.
The public schools of our place are
well attended and progreaaing very
finely. I'rof. Hpear H epeelally adapted
to the government of a graded school,
and with the corps of assistants we may
expect a better 8chool this year than any
hcretolore. Miss Fields, ol the llrst
primary depart men t, U doing a good
work with the little ones. Her frinds
may well congratulate her. iliss Stayer,
of the second primary department, needs
no mention ; her past success as a teacher
here has won her many friends, and the
board ol directors should congratulate it
self upon securing her services for the
present school year.
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
W P HAXJLUMY. PreiWnt.
1IKNKY I.. UAiXUAY, ViotPreat.
A H dAi'FOUU. C'Mbier.
WALTER I1YS LOP. Aaa't Caibier.
1. 8tat TaTLOB,
It L. Hallidat,
(i. l. WlLLIAJfVO.
It It. CrwiMOHAM,
W. P. Ualiiuay,
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Bold.
DEPOSITS rcceiTca and a general banking
r Broaa, President. H. Well. Caahiar.
f. Nrfl. Vice Prea't. T. J. Kerth, Aaat. aab'r
Mil m mi
Corner Commercial At, and 8th Street
F. Broti, Cairo. Wm. Huge. Cairo.
I'. Ntff, Cairo. . Wm. Wolfe, Cairo.
A . Stioanka, Cairo. K. L. liilliniraley , at. I.out
e . Hu.ltr, Cairo U. Weill, Cairo.
P. II. Hrlnkman. Ht. Lonis,
I. Y. I lermon, Caledonia.
. Ueaieral Banklna; Boalaeaa Done.
nExrbao(w told and bought . Interest paid
n ibe Saving Irtmeot. Collectioua made,
nd all budiaeas promotlv attendet to.
CHARTERED If ARCH tl. 1809
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIBO
A. B. SATruKI). Preaideat.
S. S. TAYLUK, VioePrealdenl.
W. UY8LOP, Seo'y and 'iYeaaurer.
P.W. Basclat, Chai. Oiueni,
f . M. ttrocuxBTH, PaivQ. ScatB,
it. U. COKMUIOaAM.' U. L.. HALUUAV,
J. il. PaiLxirn.
INTEREST paid en depoalu at tharate ol aU
percent, peraanum, March lat and Septeni-
jr it . jniereai not wimarawn la aaaaa imme
liately to tue priucipal of tba depoaita, tbereby
f itiilh uirui ouuuhuu4 tuicreai.
Harried Women and Children may
uepoaic money ana no ono
else oan draw it.
Oiien efarf buanieaada rruniW la. totn.n
aJ haturdajr eveniuir lor aaviuji dvpoelta only
W. HTSX.OP. Treaaarer
raiiuiMMtfBuaiaiaa a4 vtu eunljr a j
aunlji aa ia
M. lAuia AdMa'( VuMf Ce., . hul$. H
ILLS. NORMAL UNIVERSITY
Naranal, McLeaai, ., Ille.,
Fur Ibe preiiaration of taarhera. Fsclualvely
ProreMloual lualruulioa fortboae wbo are pre
pared for it- Tuittua fr. Neat term begina
Bepleiuber tb, Ia7u. 8uierior ai'ademie inatruc
tion at low rates, in the Model deoaruueal.
Adapted to any arade, from tba youngret puplla
to UNta fitting tor Ibe beat college. Bead lor
catalogue, or aaureu,
CDWt C. BKWETT, Pree't.
Aug. 4 dawim Normal, ill.
rOUTt VEAJta MCOBE THE PtBUC,
DR. C. M?LANE'S
rua THi ct-aa cr
Hepotiti3 or Liver Complaint,
I.VSFrrslA AM) SICK HEAPACHE.
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
1)A1N in the right side, under the
edge of the ribs, increases on 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 under the shoulder-blade, and
it frequently extends tp the top of
the shoulder, and is sometimes mis
taken for a rheumatism in the arm.
The stomach is affected with loss of
appetite and sickness ; the bowels in
general are costive, sometimes alter
native with lax ; the head is troubled
ith pain, accompanied with a dull,
heavy sensation in the bak part.
There isgenerally aconsiderable loss
of memory .accompanied with a tuin
ful sensation of having left undone
something which ought to have been
done. A slight, dry cough 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
satisfied that exercisewould be bene
ficial to him, yet lie 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 casts
ha e occurred where few of them ex
isted, jet examination of the body,
after death, has shown the i.ikk to
hare lx?en extensively derangetd.
AGUE AND TKVLR.
Dm. C. MVIam.'s I,ii.k Pills,
IN CAKF.S OF ACL L AND FtVLR, Vhrl
tuken with Quinine, are productite
of the most happy results. No Utter
cathartic can be used, preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine. We
would advise all who are afflicted
with this dis,ei-;e to give them A
t ot all Bilious derangements, and
as a simple purgative, they are un-'
BEWAHK OP 1MITATIOX9.
T he genuine Dr. C. MU.ank's
Liver Pills are never sugar coated.
1'very box has a red wax seal on
the Kd, with the impression Dr.
MVLane's Liver Pills.
The genuine M'.Lane's Liver
Pills bear the signatures of C.
MVLane and Fleming Bros, on the
Insist on jour druggist or
storekeeper giving you the genuine
Dr. C MVLane's Liver Pills, pre
pared by Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh,
Sold by all respectable druggists
and country storekeepers generally.
To those wi&liing to give Ia C. McLahb's
Live Pills a trial, w U1 mail post paid to any
Liart faf tbt t oiled Sum, one bos of f ilia fur
FLEMING BROS . Pittiburgh. Pa.
J. H. OUIKLY. A.W.ITATT
CAIBO CITY BINDERY,
W. W. PYATT CO.,
BINDERS AN1) BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Building', Cor. Twelfth Stree
and WMnlnarton Avenue,
t .. Cairo, Xlllxioiaa
CtConnty and BallroadWork a Specialty
E. N FRESHMAN & BROS.,
19. w. m si, mmnn o.,
Are authorised to contract for advertising-
in this paper.
Xitlmates furniihedfree. Send for Circular
DANIEL - LAMPERT
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH STREE1
Batwan Waahinctoa aod Ooaamarela
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Booflng and Guttering a Bpeoialty
Slate Rootling a Specially in
any part of Southern LTUnoia.
Lightning Bod, Pumps, store
JUfcUaC Pamtlr Daao.
I IMieaaea. like river, .i.rinir from mini I
raunf-R. The roarinff river mny not lie easily di
verted from Its course, nor the npirleeted iUseanc
Ire i)n it destructive work. Taken in time, ilin
eae,hlrh merely an interriiited function,
may I averted by thtune of Nature's remeily,
Tarrant's leltitr Apirent
II combine the medical pmiiertiea of tlielieKt
mineral waters in the trorld .
MII.D IIV ALL Dltt (Jl.lSTS.
A FARM AND HOME
or YOUR OWN.
Now is the Time to Secure It !
The best end cheapest lands in market are in
Fantem Nehraska, on the line of the t'nion 1'a
ritle railroad. The most favorahli- term, very
low rate of fare and freiKht to all settler. The
l-et market. Eree para to laii'l titiyers.
Maa, decrfitivo namphletit. new addition of
the'l'ioneer' sent tree every where. Addre.su,
. F. DAVIS, f.nd('oniml!ioner,
I'. P. It. It., Omaha, Neh.
tCC h 77 week to airents. Sample free.
900 o III', i, VICKKHY, Aiijrnwta. Maine.
lchnttei for It Port ty, Sfrenfth snd Flavnr
Warranted t.j Keep I'tckle. We Gnaratntee It t(
be entirely free from Sulphnric At(t or other deleterl
u. uhatauce, with which MoH Vlttrgar I adulterated
for aale ty all Grocer. Lareett Vlnemr Work In thi
World. Ala. lain K. L. PitUBBlMQ aCOMCHcai
f yon wantreliahla information, wheren"'i how
o get a cheap Farm or iroverniuent Home
ate ad free lend your aildren to H. .1,
MoKK, Land Couiiiiinioiier, Lawrence Kanmia
and receive gratis a copy ot The Kanaaa Pa-
a Kine mied Canln. with nnmc. 1" els.
paid. I,. .Ionk A Co , Na.st.an, N. V
$1302 B0t PROFITS FROM 1162 25
'I7' W ) 1M SHIIIIKTS Ot '( J1 '.'j
The judicious selection and management ol
is the suroit road to rspid fortune. Send for
new "System "f Assured policy." free, with
lull information concerning-the Stock Market.
t.ohlanl ( T. I'OTlfclt, WlUHTACo..
Stock Broker i ii Wall street N. y
ton, 1. C, will
nnd Mrs. Hint'
a well entablished.
r irst-elsas LloarU-
lnn llouae. Nos.
bt and Vermont avenoe, opposite Arling
ton hotel. Near Kxecutive Mansion and public
buildings. Street cars to both depots and places
cl interest. Koonn always in readiness. Terms,
tl to tl W per day. Inferences cn be fur
nished, it desired, from members of conirress,
and others. Cut this out for reference.
m n nm ft afi"
An illustrated work f S
I If 1 1 II III llsjPS lsa, a pnvais eouiiew
iiii-aiiiiirauas w u
mawricU and oisr
ily happf it. lh niAf
riaaTeahlai on thai nivalsrira
of the aaxuai fyticm, iu leUaawa,
b tra1Karcv it. tha uarncd
younar aod middla afel abotua rtad And prm m it t n
a-aiiitAina) infanuAlMil. which DO OTM CAB aJtura U hm With
oat j on how lo prwacrra hm baaltii. ami compluioD, and
r-to iulrd chaa the tnbJtMa ot rouUi i; tha bvat aot
tolj trua Mairiac Ouida in toa world. Prioa IDaanta
bj MaiL Tba author ma b contultrtl MratniaUT at by
luail d avj or in tuuicu memoiata in nu worm. Ai&itvm
lt. A. tt. Olsltf. iS VVMhiaiWa ChsM"a LL
Mamagr liuide illustrate
f rum life tracht all the to
Quiitttvr abuuld know on
Cuurtthip, Mamaite, tha
ana fUvtiatioca ol the
ISnual arstrm. bow lorura
all kind of Diseaata. with hundrrda of valuable racfipta,
who should matTT.tha iniDedimcnta to marriare.thrlr ua
lurt aid cura. Tmts on all Uiaeaaea. fully axpia
ful it axuiatDina their
caoart. aymptoma aod ruMtislo cure ; it it tha only really
ecltntiflc work gfthe kind aver published and is cumplet
In aeery reepe1. Sent aerurvl sealed on receipt ot 40 rtsw
Addreas, Dr. C- A. H HiWNAN, bltr wU. tihk atrcstj.
A4. Louta. ado- EwabliabtsA in laatf .
Thirty yeara experience in th traattaaQl gf Oaxual and
Cbronio Diaeaaeaof both tetpi.
fmrmkmm Ar. m i TTis' warnsirwuald.
V.A PbyaiolofcTicai View of Marriaa
iur tnw ntawrivu uj tiivtm cuoicnipiaiiitu
DiaiTiaH, on lh inyttcrkea ot reprodut-t-iosi
and tha avcret Inflrmities ut vuuth.
manhood and womanhood An Illustrated book ot iu vt
tor private readiuf , which abould tw kt-pt uudcr iock au4
ky. Hent un.1. r aa) for AU eta.
A P aiV ATS af EDIC AX TREATtSX on all diseases
of a Private Nature in both aexee, the ebuars aad d.
ordrs ol the aerual tTstem, and the means wt eurv. l paga
it fi t nprrmriogi. teat uotitraaal turM eta.
MEDICAL ADVICE on Heiualaud Chronic Disease,
Sr-uuual Weakntrte, Catarrh, Cancer, ftupture, the itiutu
Habit, e., a Mpa,e work srat under ml for 1U eta. All
three book a cunuiining 40 paee andeverythiat: wortU
knowiug vn Urn subject, aeut aeouraly aoalel oa raw
ueipt of 60 ota. Address. Dr. Buttt' Diaponaary,
No l2N.8that.St. Uuia.Mo. Ltbu.uri im;..
3J Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY.,
A rettttarty adacated aad Ufrally qaalifl! phjaicUa and ika
noa4 auooeesful, a Lis praruoe will tnve.
Spamatorrhea and Im potency.
as the neull af aalf-abuae tn yauih, aasaal eicaaaea in ma
lurer yaara, er oibr eauawa, and vrodiMiDg aiue of tba 11
uwiaf attat'ta-n'arvetuaaaa, rWsuiual koiUiltBs, (.bUhtetutsv
Suaa by dreau). Dktaaesa otHitii, Uffsx-titv Mt-uiory, ftn
n.lDcaf .riui,'aioo Face, Ateniea tKotm ol ieualea,
Cud fusion ef lilrti, l.oas uf Saiua ) rVwr, Ac. rwtdrtinsj
niarrtafe imprupr or uahamT , are tboteucUlj' aud i-nu-Bntlr
uured. SYjPHIjuIS HM,llr' l-'urrxl audva-
VJ !lt-lU;f fro Use ...wsu; Gonorrhea.
QjLTs sSwieture, ttrvbilt. Raruia. Mi Kuituicj
rTlva auooiuer rlvaist duwaa quickly cuied.
It u aelf arldf ul that a lIi siclau bo ij facial attention
to a osnaiu claaa uf heaa, and ireauaa ibtuaauJa annu
ally, arqutrai aeeat akiil. ft f srciau auoumi ttits tact otiru
t eunieud parava to my aaie. When it ia iuooaiicutrut t
visit the citr lor ireainif at. aaedloiuse oan U sui it irl
aitd aafaty by snU ar eiLraaa atijwktre.
CarM Gmarantwvd ia all Cases
n aider talc en
CfUuiuiWu trawnaHr ee ke UUf free aa4 lutltl.
CUaifta rvaaunaMand ewrrvsl'uadvuuv strKUjr uouUsleuttal
4 PRIVATE COUNSELOR
Of KM VM ral w tut ... wurvljr Mal4. S tain,
l-.il cm., bauhl Ih rc.il tv all. addrtM a. .Im,,..
iiau imbk rMW b a. u. vm r. u. luusaj.. 1 1 t e. a.
Tba Old Bailable
Boot and Shoo Maker,
Hh re-oixMied ItU PBtablUlirapnt In tlie
Where can be found an extra floe Mo a
of goods iu bit line,
(live Joocaaeall. f-lrt-tf.
FoclWh Hru'xol. Tbree l'ly aud Jukiuiu,
' also. Suir Carpets, Velvet Huk's, Cruiulj
lllotbs, Oil riotbs, etc., very ebeap
at tbe Old I'lace
112 FULTOK ST., NEW TOBK.
Carpet carefully Backed and sent to anj
part of ths U oiled States free of charys.
rjaEiro:roa mica ust.-m
7-4-ly. J. A. 3DALL.
'1 bis timl lnlcrnatloDal Exhibition, d
signed to coiuinemoruto the one hundredth
anniversary of American Independence,
opened May loth, and will cloe November
loth, li7;. All the nations ot the world
and all the states and territories of the I n.
Ion are p.trtici Dating in thi-i wonderful W
montratiou, brinpirs together Hie inot
coinprrhonlve collection ot art treasure,
mechanical inventions ecientllii' di-over-rries,
iimuultictiirin achievement, miner
al pccliiictin, and RKriciiltural products
eer exhibited. The grounds devoted to
the exhibition are situated on the line of
the l'enusylvauia llailrnad and embrace 4fr
acres of fninnount 1'ark, all highly im
proved and ornamented, on which are
erected the largest butldiiur ever construc
ted five of these covering an nrea of tllty
acres and rostlng .',ooo,ikhi. The total
number of buildings erected for the pur
pooe of the exhibition ia near two hun
dred. During the thirl- days immediately
following the opening of the exhibition a
million nod a iiurter ol people vixited it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
THE GREAT TRUNK LINK
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U. S.
Is the won, direct: convenient and econom
ical way ol reaching J'hlbidelplibt ttnd this
great Kxhibition from all scetlon of the
couutrr. Its trains too and Irotn Philadel
phia will pas throtiflb a grand Centennial
depot, which the company has erected at
the main entrance to the Kxhibitlon
ground for the accommodation of passen
gers who wi h to stop at or tart from the
numerous large hotels contiguous to this
station anc the Exhibition a convenience
ot the greatest value to vlnitori. and atlord
ed exclu-ively by iho lVnnYl rnla It ail
oad, which is the only line running direct
o the cntenuiul building. Excursion
rains will also stop at the Encampment of
he Tatmns of llu-baudry, at Kim Station
on thl road.
The rennsylvanis Railroad Is the grand
et railway organization in the world, it
controls seven thousand miles of roadway,
forming continuous lines to Miiladelphiw,
New York, Baltimore, and warhington,over
which luxuiious day and night cars are
run from Chicago, tt. Louis, Louisville, cio
einnati, Indian'ipolia, Columbus, Toledo,
Cleveland and Erie withous cbauge.
Its main line is laid wlte double and third
tracks ot heavy steel rails upon a deep bei
of broken stone ballast, and its bridghs are
all of iron or stone, its passenger train
are equipped with every kno.vn improve
ment lor eouitort and s-tlety, and are run at
faster speed for greater distances then tbs
train of any line on the continent. The
company nai largely increased it equip
ment lor Cedtenulal travel, and will be pre
pared to build in its own shops, at short
notice BUtlielent to fully accommodate any
any extra demand. The unequalled re
sources at the command of the company
ol the company guarantee tba moat perfact
accommodations tor all its patrons during
tne centennial r-xiiiuuion.
The magnificent scenery for which the
Pennsylvania Kailroad is so justly celebra
ted presents to the traveler over lis perfect
roadway an ever-ehanglur panorama of
river mountain and landscape views uno
qualcd in America.
The eating "tations on this line are un
surpassed. Meals wil! he furnished at suit
able hours and ample time allowed lor m
Excursion tickets, ut reduced rate, will
be sold at all the principal railroad ticket
offices in the West, Northwest and South
west. lie sure that your tickets read via the
Great Pennsylvania route to the Centen
nial. FKANK THOMSON, D. M. BOYD, Jr.,
(len. Manager. (ien. l'ass'r Agt
The Grand Pacific Hotel,
O XX X o J. o o.
One of the Safest and Most Pleas
ant Hotels in America.
Having all the different Safeguards Again. t
Kite, makes it practically lire .root. Ua re
call 1 1 y undergone vxttiiaive improvements a
large amount of new furniture added, making
it one of the moat rlcvantlv lnrnlt-liiM hi.tul. In
the country and the entire building redeco-
iwi in a aiyie, uiai ior i-aitty oun-.in, gur
passes anything ofthe kind in the world
1 he ventilation of the hotel is KBl'e.'l, bavins
every modern imiiroveoieut.
Cost of Hotel, $1,500,000.
Cost of Furniture, $400,000.
Ocrupleai an entire Nqnars, havliiKH
irvniua s,uu lee I
limber of rooms. tJOJi suits of
ballia connecting, -.'Sot uue ot parlors, Iuhxm)
vi arrauu oinninif-rooiu, ijoxi; aur
ol laities' promeuaue, J J"JtJ" j aize of e
Trice of rooms, with boanl, J.m, SI.."), $4.0ii,
SI..'KiandJ-.0O ier liuy. accord
ing lo location.
The table and service uusurwawned, U'iug the
bame to all.
A RED1TTION will be made from the
above price to parties remaining a U&KK or
mure, and those desiring to visit the Exposi
tion durinK Ibe mouth of !epteiuler. .
I )Kooiua csu be at cured, atatiug priceu o
same, by 'iclegraph, at our expense:
JOHN B. DRAKE CO., Proprietor.
Y otitaiued in the United
I I a hlatrs, i.'auada, and Eu
lfl ftllTll"'! ttt,u "
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