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PUIlttSnED HY JOHN It. OIlKntT A CO.
-M. II. HAKtlKLL, ASSOCIATE KDITORy
MONDAY, JULY 10, IflflO
lllltiol ( ealtiTl Kr ChAUKfi or Time.
Tho trains nowloavoaH follows :
Mall iralnlcayeat 2 n'.ilor. k a.m.
Ksptca." " 1!:W " p.m.
Mall trnln arnu at...... , 2 o'clock a.m.
Kxpm " " .. I W p.m.
Way, leave nt , ....l.rWnV.lnek o.m.
Hxpre., " 4.11 ' pJn.
Way, arrive ut 14:30 " P.m
Kiprcn " 7,jo .m.
Dally, Sundays excepted.
Arrival ami Departure of SIHa.
(Cairo l'ot Ofttce, February !!, 1MB.)
(Time of clolnir.)
.... 3:Afln.m 3.00 n.m.
Vorth (WAV).... 4:11 n.m 11:00 n in.
- oinn (inroiicnnni way;, iiwun.m ntoop.m.
tuih (Memphis A N. ().)... 4ia0n.m 4M p.m.
Ohio Itircr roiiiu.. ... &:0p.m OiUOji.m,
Mililppl Itlvcr route,
Tueilny nnd Friday... C:C0 pm... IWp.m
CharlcMon, Mo., Tuesday
T!iuriiU) A.tur'!y.. 11:0) a.m. ..IHiQn.m.
TiVbeii, fiuonu 1Imu' mil
f-'ntitiiKo . ,., C,Wp,inFii T.Wri.iii. HkI.
At St. Mary's Infirmary,
Ohm Ilitr ii
de depart tery flay cxrcpt M6mlA)i,
At two o'clock tho election was pro
gressing most favorably. Tho vote In
the second ward at that hour was almost
unanimously in favor of subscription. In
tho Fourth ward, It was thought a.s
many as a half dozen negative votes had
been cast. Tho voto was quite light.
No disturbance, no excitement of nnv
half past 11 o'clock. Mr. Michael Barrv.
of wounds recelvod on tho 10th of June
The remains will bo carried to Villa
Rldgo for burial, a special train starting
from tho foot of 8th street at 1 o'olook p.
m. to-morrow for that purpose. Tic
frloudsoftha deceased are Invltod to at
tlly Clerk, I'ro torn.
Mr. John Brown is now acting tls city
clerk pro tcra. under appolntmont of tho
mayor. Brown is entirely familiar with
tho duties of the office, and is ail upright,
honcstand accommodating young man.
He filled tho position of doputy circuit
clerk, uudcr Harmau, for a number of
years, and in that position made friends
of all with whom ho came In contact. In
his present position, wo are quite suro, ho
will servo tho public most acceptably.
The Mrctlnr Nnlnrtlny XIrM.
Tlio call for a railroad meeting Satur
nlgbt was not responded to as it should
havo been. Tiieio wer6 sufficient num
bor presont however, to show that the
Indifference respecting tho proposition
to bo discussed was not altogether unl
venial. Tlio Hon. H. Watson Webb, was
elected chairman. D, T. Llnegar and H.
P. Wheeler, estjs., wore the speaker.
Tlio importance of the project undercon
slderatlon, and tho necessity for energet
ic action to-day, were "impressed upon
tho crowd; and with evident effect.
The Cairo Silver Cornet band was pres
ent, nnd discoursed several pieces in
their characteristic manner, adding, no
doubt, a number to the crowd who other
wise would not havo turnod out.
Alderman Kennedy has a bit; Job, and
a vexatious one, in the removal of tho
commissary building. Unable to move
it entire, ho divided it, but oven the half
of it was too weighty and cumbersome
for tho long Journey contemplated fully'
one mile. He l, therefore, taking it
down and hauling it away by wngon
Who can account for tho unprci'dented
rho In the price of corn and oats? Only
a few days or weeks ago, corn went beg
King at !') and 60 cents per bushel. It
now readily commands 7fi and 60 cent,
in oats an equal rise hns takon place.
The fact that furmew everywhere have
been too busy savlug their wheat crops
to take time to haul their surplus corn
and ouU to market, Is notaHtiillclent ex
planation. To what, then, may tho In
creased price bo attributed?
At a latu hour last night, Tommy
Whitlock. salesman with Blttnnhousu
t Hanny, discovered an Individual
working at tho store door. From an up
itair's window Tommy kept an oyo on
tho movements of his visitor until he be
ramo f-atl.ified that burglary was intend
'd, when In- ndmontshed the rnncal that
h1 had no business there, by a leaden
meonger in tho shape of a pistol ball.
Tlio would-be-burglar made himself
"carcc In very short order. Whether
the ball took effect in his worthless car
cass or not, we have no means of know
ing. Mr. L. J. Byrnu, with others, "was on
gaged, last Saturday evening, at tho
work of shlimllng the building occupied
as a saloon by Mr. Henry I.attner. After
he knocked oil wrk, ho concluded' to
take a wash, and while searching for
tho wash-basin he found a larger article
of that kind than ho calculated upon,
v,'z: a sixteen foot cistern containing
about eight feet of water! He was pre
clpltated headlong therein, but, fortu
nately was heard by parties in the ad'
joining room, roles and lines wero
brought Into requisition, nnd a rescue ef
fected before any serious consequences
ensued. Had his fall not been heard,
tho chances arc that lie would have been
Mr. John Hamilton, who was serious
ly Injurod by a fall, on Friday evening,
remains in a condition that excites con
cidorablo solicitude, although hlB physi
cian Is confident of his recovery. Ho
rallies at intervals, opons his eyes and
recognizes tlioso about his bed, but his
goucral condition Is one of stupor.
He is receiving skillful medical atten
tion and tho most watchful nursing, and
is made as comfortablo as it is possible to
makohlm. His phvsiclau informed us,
that tho caso was fully as favorable as ho
had any reason for expecting, and that,
although serious, ho did not consider it
Wo could Illy sparo John Hamilton
from our midst.
The St. Louis 'Democrat,' of Friday
'.ontainsan edltorlul article highly eu
logistic of tho BelleYiUo & Southern III!,
uois railroad project. We very plainly
discern tho oar-marks of doacon Phillips,
president, of tho road, in the articlo, and
his characteristic llliborallty toward all
other enterprises which ho regards In
tholight of rivals. His assertion that
the B. & S. I. road to Du Quoin and tho
f.C. from thenco to Cairo presents to St.
Louis a better connection with tho head
of uninterrupted navigation in the
Mississippi than tho Cairo & St. Louis
road will opon, is simply absurd and not
warranted by tho facts.
Wo look upon the B. fc S. f. road with
tjreat favor, and as a road calculated to
uibiorvo great local ouds, but wo de
nounce as narrow-minded and out of
keeping with tho ago, that spirit that
would seek to build it up by tearlug down
another road which Is searcoiyits rival
in any particular.
"Barrett's" Reliable Hair
The Kl retina lo-tlay.
Going to pres, as we do, several hours
before tho canvass of the ballots thrown
at tho election to-day, wo cannot of
course, give tho result lu detail. Wo are
assured, however, by the feeling mani
fested by the voters at tho different polls
that tho proposition will carry by a hand
some majority, and, under the law which
enables Cairo to takoHtock in railroads in
Missouri or Kentucky, a majority of tho
votes thrown. Is all that lh required. We
may, therefore, in advance of the official
announcement of the result, congratu.
late the voters of Cairo on the score of
their day's work. Its renult will tell upon
the city for all time to come.
Mockler on Ihr KnnipnKt.
With considerable hesitation wo place
before our readers the foliowlug signifi
cant communication from Mr. Mockler,
preserving, la the published form, the or
thography and punctuation of the origi
Carlro July 17th 1S09.
John H. Oberly
I write you this note to say
to you please stop that slang that is com-
ming out in your paper about my dls
onosty for I am not disonost
This characteristic note was called out
by our article headed : "Tho City Clerk
Wo know that Mr. Mockler can read
his newspaper, but we foar ho does not
always succeed In his attempts to under
tand.fhc matter that falls under his eye,
In the article objected to, wo did not as
fcert that Mr. Mocklor was dishonest; al
though wn are free to assert now, that wo
hnvo not much confldonco, if any, in his
probity. What wo did sny was, that tho
council had convicted him of dishoucsty,
and that any man who had voted:
"Guilty," would stultify himself If he did
not voto for romoval from office. This
we assort again.
Wo do not wish to hurt this Indiscreet
man's feolings, but ho must uuderstaud
that his conduct as a public officer is a
propor subject for discussion, and that
tho 'Bulletin,' when It sees proper, will
discuss that conduct In any language it
chooses to seloct. Thero aro men in this
city who, prompted by a spirit of merir
ment and a love of fun, aro Hattering Mr.
Modeler's vanity, and by advice, not can
did, are leading him into vory serious
mistakes. Ho will find out, beforo many
days havo passed away, that theso men
aro his worst onemles, and will havo
moro respect for tlioso vho, llko the 'Bul
letin' tell him that ho has acted
badly thau for his falso frleuds.
Thero Is truth in tho saying, that "Ho
rcbukoth a man, afterwards shall
find more favor than ho that llattereth
with his tongue."
Making advlco of iuconslderato anger
Mr. Mockler lias been making dlro
threats against tho 'Bulletin.' He has
resolved, ho says, to kill somebody
about tho establishment, and to knock
down, fcc, tho senior proprietor on
sight. Will Mr. Mockler allow s to
give him a little advlco? Tho less of
thUklndof language ho indulges lu,
tho hotter ho will come out of his present
difficulties. This thing of shooting down,
eating up and otherwise maltreating
odltora Is not what fanoy pictures It, and
sometimes the men who attempt
to distinguish Jthemsolves In this way
aro sadly taken in. Tho 'Bulletin' is for
poaco, and within its walls are gathered
a baud of the most peaceably disposed
mon in all tho land. Wo therefore hope
Mr. Mockler may not rush In, llko a
roaring Hon, and startle us from our pro
priety. Wo advise him to keep cool. If
he takes this advlco we will not believe
that he is an ill-conditioned citizen, and
will have reason to hope that ho may
yot live down his present indiscretion
and come out at last as bright us a now
nickle. But if, perversely, ho conllnucH
to rago about thp street, mouthing
n.Hn.... i - . . . -
i ii i cn i-i, iiiiu comnorimg nimseir lll:o a
madman, wo will havo another proof of
tho truth of tho proverb, that "though
thou shouldest bray a fool lu a mortar
among wheat with a postal, yot will not
his foolishness depart from him."
The Hon. N. It. Casey and Capt. W. L.
Hambleton wero in tho city this after
noon, having arrived in a otio-horsoshay
about dinner-time. They made tho trip,
seven miles, In nix hours, but they both
Prcnh Nnpply ofNellrr Water nnd WcIm
Chas. Bchocnmeycr, at the Kgyptlan
Brewery Saloon has received a fresh sup.
t ply of tho above delightful beverages, to
which ho asks special attention. Bqth
tho beer and olter water aro kept cool
and In splendid condition, As his pres
ent supply is a largo one, and unusually
palatable, ho feels inclined to insist upon
all who roltsh such beverages to cull on
him nnd got tho best. it
Dentil or .MIUo Itnrry.
Young Mlko Barry .s dead I Forty days
ago ho fell at tho hands of a stranger,
whom ho had nover met before, pierced
through tho lungs by a pistol ball. The
wound was pronounced mortul, and it
was thought that a few hours would bo
tlio span of his existence. Hut, bclilg a
a young man of a vigorous and robust
constitution, of powerful recuperative
energies, he rallied, grew better, day
by day, until evon his nhyslcian
gave out timt thero wus
reason for believing that ho would ulti
mately recover. Only yesterday wo,
heard that his wound had commenced
bleeding externally, nud that he was not
only in better spirits, but experienced a
decided relief from the turn his case had
taken. It has turned out, however, that
the bleeding was only tho precursor of
dissolution. He grew weaker as time
passed, and at an early hour this morn,
ing quietly breathed his Inst. Poor Mike,
he sacrificed his life In the defense of one
who was undeserving even of his friend
ship. Peace to ills soul and good rest to
Tho IkroMiiliiR irt.llllo Wllllu .tfrrlinn.
The body of llttlo Willie Meehan, who
was drowned in the Ohio, Saturday after
noon, was found this morning.
Tho little boy had carried his father's
dinner to the work on the railroad, and
was returning when he fell in with other
boys who proposed a swim In the river.
Willlo ut first confined himself to a pud
dle near the ri'er, but being nssured that
the water was shallow near shore ven
tured Into the river. Ho had been wad
lug around but u few minutes when ho
stepped over u perpendicular bank into
water fifteen or twenty feet in depth.
Tlio other boys taw him struggling, but
believing that he could swim, made no
attempt to rescue him. They wore not
undeceived until the little fellow had
passed beneath thesurfaec and drowned.
The sad news of his death reaching his
parents, they Immediately repaired to
the spot, and, durinit tho evening and
nlht, limilu truHlui ncurch for tho Ixnly
Yesterday, a cannon was brought into
requisition, and Jln-d ten or a dozen times,
but without effect. The river was oaro
fully dragged, and several expert divers
explored the bottom of the river In the
vicinity, but nil in vain. The parents of
the boy could not, however, abandon
search, so, all last night, the father and
a relative of tho family kept watch in n
skiff, lest the body should rise and float
away unobserved. Towards morning it
became so dark that objects could not 16
discerned five feet distant, so the watch
was reluctantly abandoned. At an early
hour this morning it was resumed, and
about eight o'clock, tho father realised
tho sad satisfaction of finding the body,
bloated and discolored, lodged against
tho chains of tho upper wharf boat. It
had, evidently, risen to thosurmee, whllo
tho father was oil' watch, and floated to
the point named. After the ceremonies
of an iuquest, hold by Judge Corcoran,
wero gono through with, the body was
enveloped In a sheet, nnd conveyed to
tho homo from whence, thirty-six hours
boforo, It had departed full of youthful
llfo and boyish anticipations.
At ono o'clock this afternoon, accom-
pained by tho family and friends, tho
body was convoyed, by speolal train to
Villa Ridge for burial.
Ho was bright little boy, well advanced
with hU studies in school, nud an object
of Just prido with ills parents. Will not
his end prove a fearful lesson to tho llt
tlo boys who, at every hour of tho day,
jeopardize their lives by bathing in tho
treacherous waters of tho Ohio river?
Business has been moro active than at
our last report.
Tho Mllbrey, Cumberland artd Armada;
all brought good trips. Ia fact the cargo
of tho Armada was the best which has
been brought out by the packets forsovno
The Robt. Moore brought 100 tons as
sorted freight for reslilpment to N. ,0.
Tho Baker brought a lot of Irort for re
shipment to Bt. Louis, and 100 b'bftl flour
for N. O. f v
The City of Alton, Julia litid Bello
Memphis received here an aggregate of
300 tons, 1
Tho Shark and barges Is still here re
ceiving and will probably receive 800
tons. Tho amount can not bo correctly
given until she is through,
Tho Tom Farrow tows the hull of tho
Underwriter to Cincinnati
Tlio Sam Brown goes to Now Orleans
this evening with a large tow of coal. -
Tho Baltic leavos for Pittflltfrg' to-day
with barges laden with Iron ore, brought
out from St. Louis by tho Sam Brown.
Tho Paducuh and Columbus packets
aro tho only regular boats advertised for
Tho A. Bakor loaves for Nash villo this
evening nnd will hereafter bo u regular
packet lu that trade on tho Lumsdcns
day, that boat having laid up at Fndu-cah.
Tho r.umlou qnnrlerlv Rclcw
The Kdlnichurff Hevlrw,
Tho WeMiiilnliiter Itevlew,
The .North Itrlllth Kvlcw,
IllackMoorn Edlntttirg .SlnKBclnr.
Tho roprlnt of (ho leading Qunrtf illo unit Muck
regard to the Kieal
wooil aru now IiiiIIduohiaMu to all who ileilruto keep
uirmwiiH niuy imuriiicu mm
Milijcotii of tho lUy, Tifwnl by iliu bt rchulam
anil poumlrvl tlilnkorn in ureal llritmn. Tlio runtri
butnrs h tho pngei of ihono Ituvitn nro turn iho
tiunl at tho hew! of tho tilt of Knpllh wntTi on
S iriice, Itrllfjlon, Art unit llrnrnl I.llrrftturo, nnd
whatewrh worthy of tlWctuMon fln'ln Attention lu
the wno of thnc ItovlOMH ami l!!fl' koo.. Tho va
riety Is o great that nonilerlbercnii fnllto be Mit!
flcil. Thi-f perloilleAtu nro prlntMl with thorough
fl'lpllty Inttm Knt;!lh eopy, nml lire o!forcl At prlcer
which place thctn within reach of ull.
Torma fnr 1H0V. Tear
Any on of ihn noriew 4 m
Any two of ihn Itavlewt 7 ut
Any thrco of tho Iteviewn . lu uj
All four of tho Iteview 12 ut
lliiu 1woh1' Mairnilno. 4 on
liloekwooil aivl any ono lteview ,. 7 u
Illackwooil and any two Itevlcw I(J uj
IllKekwnod anilnny lliree Itevlewa i m
llliki-kwoixl slut the fuiirKeriewH ill 01
CI II Id.
A lieoiint of twenty per cent, will be allowed to
elulu of four or more peron. Tliii, ftwr eople of
llUekwooil, orof one of tho Itutiew, will r.o (nt to
one U'l'lrcn for 812 ri.
EX!nlrrili4r4 houlil prepay by tho 'piarter, at lm
' fflee of delivery. Tho potni;n to any jwrt of iho
rmt."l Htntea in two i rr i numW. Till ralo only
appllet tn current ulwrlpliond, I'grliuak nmnlr"
tint xMnse It double.
Term lu Xvw .Snb-it-rllicr.
New nberllier.'to an; two of tho nbore perlodl.
cl fur UW will be entitled to re civv. KratN.nuy iimi
nf thn four Itcvlewn lor Idd". .Vw Hitaoribura to nil
flrei'f thfl ertHlicnl f.,r Iwi mav receive, lautli,
Ul4trkwnd or any tno of the four fleuvwn for IfiW.
nut" riU-m may, by apply in early, obtain liaok
fet ut the KerieHu frm J.iminry, lt'A, to December,
l-i", and of llluckwood' Mnt.iiliio front January,
1mi, to le umlwr, W; at half the current "Uliecrlp-
.It'll ll M'll.
DC Neither nremluin to aulncrllier-. nn-ill.onnt
to.liilH.tior reduced pricefor UvU numlwr-, tun Iw
nuwei, linen ine money it rell!e .lireot to lh
puuii-iier. miuin enti l Kiven toelill.
Till I.coiinrtl Seull IMililUlilnir Co,
HO milon Mreet, New York.
The I... "J. J'CIJ. CO. ..I.o publhdi the
VA K.M K K'H (IUID K,
by Henry Stephen-, of HdiiiKburir. and the lito J. I,
.V.rb n.i'f Vale C'dlee. 'i o., r-iyul ix tavo, 1,0I
i'i:ei. and numerous rtiKMTiiiKi. Trlee, 7 w for
ill.' iwn oi-. iiy limn. K.i pjlfl.
DKNNSYLVANIA CKNTBAL It. R
D 4 Ii JI I. i: T II A ii 11
(il 3IIIos the Sliorlest ICoiite to cw York!
Philadelphia nnd all
DM Wuvne A ChkuL'O
I'orl Lint for the '-14 lloitr KnUlnir
Two o'eloek, 1. 91.
fSen. Amlcr.iin, Culumbiii, Milbrey
nolle .Memphis rt i.omt
Kim llrown "
City of Alton,
DKl'A UTU KKs.
Oen. Anderson, t'olntnlni, Mllh.vj , railnonh.
Iliu. Mumphls fiimlH'ilanil, Krnusrille,
Itcd'tt Muoru. (.'in
A lUk-r, Nnthvillo
.Murblo City, VlekAburt;
City of Cairo,
At IMUbui Irani from tho Wet run ilireet in thn
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uiiiwii iii-imi, .iiiriu iH-riiurri tur iiarriauiirK. Iiaiii.
U-:.. I, I., ....... lil,M...llnl.l. v.... v.. 1. "ii.
IHVIVI I'H.IM'IUII, . l.,U 1,'M 14, .H-H IV, .lUliyil,
and nil tho New l.nqland towun, aro trannicrrcd to
Iluy ynii tieket for New Tork.
txiinu 1 jti. via tlio rutibuic. 1 ort
end the l'eiiiiltani.it'entral llailrnad.
ILLINOIS i: X T It .1 Ii
make clone cor.iiiiloneat. Mdtlogn and Chieniso; and
the entire trip to New York i mado with only two
Chanel of rare.
i:icgun( VIIc PaeHtii4M Cnrn,
Itiitsctl Hoof aulitr uv vd Seoul.
Theo cam nro lhoroiilil ventilated and proMded
with every modern improre.iient'nctcii-arv totlm
fnfety ami comfort of trnvelern
rjlIIK OAIltO KVENINO
X'a OIIBAl' ANi;i)r.?itJMW.E.M.
1111 1, tt
HmiIi)- attftlnH.n .
WiA :ivrA 4
LK;j;jt ;ik(;ila 1 ion
han nuy otlieriUlly
avlrj readers tn
pni'fr own pnmtfi3 in (.'aire,
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STATiMcoo.il si.i:i:ii; v.uis,
Ilun thtotif-h to l'ldlalelphl.v 011 nil Niuht Truum,
nml New York Via riiilndrlphia and Allenlowii, with
out chance, attordlnt; I'juwugi'ni night of undln
tlitU'd n it, and
I.nndliiir Ihetu lu Niv York IIuium lu
Atlvnnrc of nil other Llutil
And In tlmo to t.eturo lintel uccommohtloiii before
uie urrivii ni me paiciit;eM uy oilier roiltet.'
Tol)oUit anil New EiikIiuhI luicfcngen thl route
illvcrUso Your Spthisr GoofJt
11.11 ,'r (
in ejcvi:iiiy uoiruDic, as iiKMeauiem nn opportunity
ut cueing tho linct viewa among tho" Allechiuy
Mountain", liesldea viHllliif; 1'ittaburif, riillndelphia
nnd New York, Wllliuul I'xlru Com.
Itoliert Moore, Nahile,
.Marino i;ny, ni, 1,0111s
Cityof (itiroHt l.ouit
Tom KurrUw, I'ntxb'f
Aruiiiibt. i;v mis vlllc.
rity of Alton, NO
llllie Lodge, 1'itUl.V
Tho weather ! now clear and cooler.
Heavy rains yesterday reduced tho tem
perature very pleasantly,' and purified
Tho Mississippi Is nearly stationary nt
St. Louis and rising slowly above. The
Missouri is Hslllg slowly everywhere1 The " un. tmm from ( Iikuko armc m New
iini f.n. vi r.... ..Iw.iit n(i ,,,iiD I orkio.li.ii. tho si:roN!) 1I.V, u l.a llttitra
.. w... ......... t.ii-i..i ..uw... -v.. miico lit AHvuuco or Hiiy other Ittmtol with oor
BO" All Now Encland paocngera lioldiiie through
tickets will bo transferred. lth their luiK'K-Ke, to Rail
nud llottt Connection, In New York, without chargo.
Four Dally Ti aIiik Leave X. Y for Boston.
Thirteen Bully TrnliisLrnra Plillndelphla
lor Xew York,
Via Jersey City nnd f'linidcn and Amboy ljtjnce,
11 niiK'.ii Time, I hourii.
Thi in tho only route by which pnnhcngeri canleate
('hlciitfu Hnturday nrteruuon, 111 it through ar. Tbl
Iruln leave tlio l'lttshiirit, 1'ort Wayno ft llueago
ikuiniu) iM'pui ni j p.m. (i in 1 nms uirouKU wiinuut
ueiay.arr'ving uijxew vorK nt :'' JloiuUy
Honrs hi Advance of Other
alio vo tlio mouth.
Tho Ohio is rising at Pittsburg with
nearly 8 feet in the channel fulling
from Wheeling to Portsmouth and rising !
at Louisville, with fi fept d Inches water
in tlio chuto over the fulls. It is falling I
from Kvansvilleto Cairo.
Hero tho river has fallen nine inolies I
slnco Saturday, and is nov receding
icpondinK rediii tiou b UOSTON, I'llIhAhKhl'lIM,
1IAI.T1JIDUI-, HUH VAMIl.lit O..
utr Itimniiun checked tlirmiuli to all tntloni Pit thn
Mno of the lVniiKyvnni;r Itallwny, and to llalilmore,
rhilailclphmnnd New York, from I'liuburg, Chicago,
and nil principal Western Cities.
na KatoH of freight unit espreis freight to any
Kaatern point, nro ut nil times as lave ruble ua nro
chiirged by other Unci,
tut'Thtonyli ticket for aalo at tho piinoipal dfficaa
lit tho Wet,
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Oeuoial Hupopnlcnilcnt. Al'.oyna Pa.
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