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-i ---".T, -- --"s mp ,u,,-- awe"e"S.a MiM..MeBa M. V " . a. v - J ". ?& &?- - awaasaabaa i i a i.l n- i mm i 1 1 j " 3rfZZ:- s-aaaaeaaai "- mmimmma in i 1 1 I mai ' , ,y T-r.vrf i'.vtf.- '- -.- " m Ttwamme Catiiag. ifi f - a mA - a asaua ja. avv. - in Ammw's joom- HAl Instead of the 7th of October,- it ts the 7th day of November, that Foe died. Instead of brain fever, his disease was mania mpctu, or, in plainer -worts, dHrium tremens. The trae story is this : On the 1st day of November, 1849Dr. J. E. Snodgrass, of Baltimore, received a letter from a nriatar named Walker: statins that a man fifttng Poe's name, and to be acquaint- '' ' M- U.. ... 1 ,.. ,a CU win WW, wo uiuii i)ivgugjjci in Lombard street, Baltimore, in an evi dent state of destitution, and so far gone by intoxication as to be entirely helpless. Dr. Saodgrass repaired to the tavern, which was owned by Cooth & Sergeant, and found the story communicated to nun by Walker to be only too true. He called a carriage and had Foe tak n to the Washington College hospital. where he lingered about a week, most of was time in an unconscious eiaiu, sou died on the 7th day of November, 1849. Poe had in this time but few lucid inter vals, in one of which the physician in formed him that he had but a short time to live, and that if ho had any friends whom he would like to have summoned, H1B WISH BUUUIU uo (Jiauuw. "Friends, friends!" repeated tbe er ring son of genius, "my best friend would be he who would take a pistol and Mow out these d d wretched brains!" frcesing his hands to his throbbing fore ead as he uttered the awful imprecation. He was buried in the Westminster Presbyterian burial place, Green street, Baltimore, a single carriage following the hearse. The only persons present were Dr. Snodgrass, the minister and two oth ers oesiucs uiu unvcra ui luuutxirau auu carriage. Dr. Snodgrass sars the hy pothesis of a beating is wholly unfound ed, as no marks or evidences of it were on his person. Poo had avidently been on a long continued debauch, which re sulted in his death. This is also corrob orated by the American O'jdopziia, and Bains n. Griswold's life of Poe. As truth, however, unwclcomo it may be to some, is always preferable to prevarication,- Lmako this statement in answer to the late article in Appleton's Journal which has been so extensively copied -by the press of the country. A sincere admir er of the genius that could produce the "Baven," "William Wilson" and the "Gold Bug?' I would not do the author the slightest injustice. Bat much as wo may lament the tragic end of Edgar Al len Poe, is it not better to accept the tes timony of those who knew him best. and who were with him at the last, rath er than to, at this late day, attempt to eloss over bis imperfections ; l believe Dr. Snodgrass is still living in Baltimore, and would corroborate all that I have aid on this subject. Let all take warning from this sad event in tho History of genius. Chaeles-E. Fdxleb. Belvidebi, 111., June, 1872. . ' What Causes Hard Tunes. We aro fast becoming a nation of schemers to avo without genuine work, Our boys are not-learning trades; our farmers sons aro crowding into cities, looking for clerkships and postofBces. Hardly one American girl in each hun dred will do housework lor wages, how ever urgent their needs. So wo aro Bending to Europo for workmen and baying of their artisans millions worth Of products that we ought to make for ourselves. Tnougn our crop ot rascals is heavy, we do not grow our own hemp; though we aro overrun with lads who deserve flagellation, we import our own willows. Our women unless deceived, shine in European fabrics; our men dress in foreign clothes ; the toys which amuse our younger children hare gen erally reached us from over "tho sea. Wo are liko the farmer who hires his neighbor's sons to cut his wood, feed his stock, run his errands, etc, while his own boys loungj at the gcog shop play ing billiard?, and then wonders why, in spite of his best efforts, ho sinks deeper into debt, till tho sheriff cleans him out, and he Starts West to begin again in life. We must turn over anew leaf. Our boys and girls must bo taught to Iovo labor by qualifying themselves to do it effi ciently. Wo must grow and fabricate two hundred millions worth per annum, that wo now import, and so. rcdiico tho foreign debt that we havo so long and o successfully augmented vcar bv rear. We must qualify our clever boys to erect and run factories, furnaces, rolling mills, tanneries, machine shops, etc; to open and work mines, improve and fashion implements, and double the product of their lather s farm, bo we shall stem tho tide of debt that sets steadily against our shores, and ccaso to bo visited and annoyed by hard times. . m lew Tier Take Mini. Judge Baker, a Democrat of Indiana, thus explains that ho will go for Gree ley, ana why: Once thero was a good old Baptist preacher, whoso custom it was "every Sunday morning, universally, on enter ing nis pulpit to open his well-worn hymn book at random and read tho first hymn that caught his ere. Some wick ed boys got hold of the hymn book and pasted in a loaf containing tho famous, imt not very .orthodox hymn, "Old .Father tinmcs." Next Sunday morning tho good par son entered his sanctuary, careiully ad- I justed his spectacles, picked up his hymn I book and read to tho congregation : 41 OH Grime in dead, that awl old man. We se'er Mull see nun more," Ho stopped, rubbed his glasses, cxam- Iiaed his book to sco that he had not raado a mistake, and continued : 'H Bard to wear an old gravcoat. All buttoned down before. ' He then laid down tho book and tear- f felly but firmly addressed the congrega tion. "Brethren, I've used that book these twenty years. I never come across that hymn before, but it's thar, in tho book, and it's all right. Sing." "8o," said the judge, "I've been a Democrat along whilc.and never thought of such a thing as being asked to vote llor Greeley; bat, if he's in tho book. 1'ra not going to stop to inquire how he H latere. DHt biskc all ino music I can for him under the circumstances." ImuMb Prairie House. ;-TaemAiJ Werrt, PBoroixroR. ttwm "jraa marc steal of victual, hot eofre, ., all fcaan mt k dajr, call on T. Wmy, No. w Sanu j Cigars; l&lwwi,&c. Cigars; Tobaccos, &c. W. 8. WELLS, AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEA.LER IN CI6ARS, TOBACCOS, SHUFFS. PIPES, ETC., ETC. narmrjastrHMTrd a stock of very Snc Uarannaand CauKCticat leaf tobaccos, I bare commenced and will continue to mannfartnre tbe Very Finest Quality of Cigars EapcciaUy for the trad of Central Kansas. And To Dealers, I plainly Inform yon, and I am prepared to back np ey ery assertion, that 1 will furnish a far better cigar in erery respect, For Less Money, Than any foreign cigar tliat has been or will be brought to this market. To those Unacquainted I will inform yon of an old-establ Ished rule of the trade. nrntif,.tnnr Inranstilr rpfsln fur their home trade thiir liest cigars, made from silected stock. Thrir second quality (fot-s to the lortisn dealers, under the same brand, knowing that they can not control a for eign trade; but the home trade they can control, or a pOlllOn OI II, 11 Uieir SUOUS BIC MVllU muj uiM0. X BUI rugagvu EXCLUSIVELY IN THE CIGAB and TOBACCO BUSINESS. I attend right op to my business, and I claim to Understand MY Business. And more than that, I an) goina; to make business in my line of business in tne business city 01 aauna. DEALERS, PLEASE MAKE A NOTE OF THESE FACTS ! And be goreraed accordingly. Orders solicited and promptly attended to. No. 99 Santa Fe-Avenue. FUN AND BILLIARDS. LOOK HERE! BILLIARD HALL. SANTA FE AVENUE, (FIRST DOOIt SOUTH OF OEIS' BANK,) Salina, - - - .Kansas. JOHN RYAN, Proprietor. The The proprietor reprctfully announces to thf public at he has hu Billiard Ilall Ottcd up in the best of style, t!i: with Three Billiard Tables, Amlall thoacfommoilationa tolie ftiuntlina flrst-cIaM boiuc lie keeps conetaUiuy on uanu the purest ami ixat IiiqAors, ANI Cigars. Vbirh lie will sell In quantities to suit customers. For nwl win., .if lmmiail i.hf rrv rjtlitiler nrur olh, W drlnK all should fivt- Mm a call. Jul uonner, I lie champion Imr tender of the west, will attend to these v"v e-.-'r' "-." ---, ,- ---.-r.- . wings iorou. He seeks to keep an orderl v house one in which the mot tarty ma while away his )are moments in pleas nreahte recrt ation and lo Ins entire ati-faclion. JlMe a lio faror htm with th-ir patronage are assured of - Itle ami prompt aiieuuon. a NEW -1872 -STORE! C. AW. JONES Keapectfully annoances to the public that be has estab lished himself in business At 2To. 112 Snta JFc Avenue, 2 Doors Soctu of Hamlix it Woolley Store For the sale of all descriptions ol Shelf Hardware, Carpenters' Tools, Paints. Oils. Glass. GARDENING IMPLEMENTS, OX IIASD A LARGE ASSOKTMEXT OF Shovels, Hoes, Rakes and Spades. To the people of Mine and adJoininr counties be bold out Special Inducements for Cash. SMALL PROFITS! QUICK SALES! jam sxs motto. ile iavaea baaineaa men in aiUointactinraa to riT hunacall.reeliastiaathecaainaceUlo their iaterrsU to do so. At hi house will be foond a Complete Hardware Siore. Salina, Kan, May 1st. lSTi- & WL Cttssin's fcftltimit. C. W. TRESSIN'S HA3KDWAEB STOBE It the Oldest, Largest and Beat Assorted ia Weatam Kanaka, and wUl koep np the reputation for Superior Goods andLowPrices. NEW GOODS OF EVEBT DESCEIPTIOX ARK DAILT AIUUV 1U AN1 FARMERS, MECHANICS and . EVERY BOY Will And U to their Interest to examine my goods aad prices before buying elsewhere. PLOWS :. GANG PLOWS, TRUCK AND BREAKING PLOWS, STIRRING PLOWS. CORN PLOWS, Of the following brands rxnCSTEIAI, PLOWS, moi.im: rijowh UAI1DEX CITY FLOWS. I do not pntend to supply farmers with the cheap, worthless plows that are in the market this season, and tt ill sell none but established anil reliable plow. Farticular attention is called to the Industrial Plows, For which I am the sole ajcent In the county. They are made of Steele, hardened by a new, ieruliar process, ami will actually cut fcU. I warrant eTrry one ol tbini to scour iu any ground, and I will take back any 1 Ion that does not gne satisfaction. SULKY CULTIVATORS, WALKING GULTITATORS, Brown's Oornplanters, Vandiver's Oornplanters, ,Hahd Oornplanters, GRAIN DRILLS, GARDEN DRILLS, Mowers and Reapers, MARSH HARVESTERS, REVOLVING RAKES, SULKY RAKES, OX YOKES ADN BOWS, A3LES' AND OTHER SPADES, Shovels and Forks, HOES AND RAKES, Post Augei8, WELL FIXINGS, ROPES, Locks 'and Latches, BUTTS AND SCREWS, Harrow Teeth, NAILS. STOVES: All warranted awl cheaper than at any olherplace. Carpenters' Tools Of the best manufacture and at vrires that can not be beaten. Tinware or raj mxnolactnre and surnrisingljr clieaji. SEEDS. GARDEN SEEDS, GRAIN SEEDS, . GRASS SEEDS, HEDGE SEEDS, -HEDGE PLANTS. Lime and Cement. Ilare a lnnk at snr mods aad Muyat anr mf. msA you will fia'l that T...ii M... i iihii 5 oiure , ..o IS THE The Best, Largest AXD Cheapest WEtl OT KAXSAS CUT. nets livery; . SALE and STABLE. A. G. COUSE. P&onurroH. SALINA, KANSAS. The rmdmlened invites his friends and tbe public hi reneral to call and see him at his stable, located on the west aide of Santa Fe arcane, near Robert 'a drug tore, promising mem The Best Tarn-Oats IN THE CITY. Horses Boarded by the Day or Month, AXD ntSCBID Good Care and Careful Grooming. Strangers Farabkeal ConTeyaaeea f mmj Part of Use TVnaaar arfJaW Otollcliia; zrixrunsB. A. G. ousx. FARMERS' HOME LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE. The umlersicned i now pi-erAed to suinilr tne lone nenletl tlinund Tur luery stork in Salina. Hairing en arged my stable and purchased A. NEW OUTFIT, iCANNowruuxisn Saddle Horses and Vehicles Of all ilcscrijilions to suit at reasonable rate. I Will Please Patrons. REMEMBER THE SIGN. jVT0.91 Santa Fe Avenue. SALINA, KAXSA. WILLIAM IIUEONCR. XSXCXSI-SIOR Livery, Feed and Sale STABLE. UOllSES BOARDED BY THE DAY, "VVEEK Vli JlOJuXJl, AND Careful Attention Guaranteed. Carriages .FURNISHED TO ANY PART OF TJiis urn, with Careful and Attentive Drivers. HORSES ON HAND AND FOR SALE AT ALL TIMES. No. 73 Santa Fe Ave., SAIjIXA, KANSAS. r-PiH-rialiticntfon eircn tobiWkmx ftntltralnlos stock. E. W. Ayres, Phoprietob. e a R 9 ft 9 W 9 9 9 V 1 :iux$ &:; sr- - S s" 2. w -i 2Z n - s. ff s ?K 5 y g - 3 1 s 09 k - ir S S - am 3 K Tl EirU 3 ? O 'i." r saa? ( P M I? S i 3 rl TJ . a S r 5 CO g S3 e o "e & si I o s S l I tm 3 M S -is Ob r B i i T J Suina Sirtrrtfjtaitfnts.' H. F. WOOUiEYy Wholesale and Retail DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, GAPS, AND NOTIONS. GROCERIES! PROVISIONS! SANTA FE AVENUE, SALINA, KANSAS. I DESIRE TO STATE FOR LNEORMA- TIONOFALLCON ED THAT I HAVE IN STORE, AND FOR SALE, 300 SACKS FALL WHEAT FLOUR, 500 " SPRING " 100 CORN MEAL, 2,000 BUSHELS CORN. 1,000 " OATS. 500 " BARLEY. 300 i RYE. 300 " TOTATOES. 1LSO A FULL AKD COUrLETE AT80BTMEXT Of Landreth's GARDEN AND FIELD SEEDS, WABitANTED rRESII AND GENUINE. John Sherrin, Grocer and Provision Dealer, 3ro. 98 and 100 Santa Fe Ave.. Snlina, Kansas. Feb. Ttti. n:i. JEWELRY, CLOCKS,' ETC. D. WHitehead. DEALER IN Watclies, Clocks and Jewelry, SPECTACLES, ETC., ETC., POSTOFF1CE BUILDING, $a.lina9 Kansas. ALL WORK WARRANTED. Watches, Clocks anl Jrwrry canftiljr.irilrrI n-! Ttw itnnaTenr th citilrn of Salina ami rirlnlf r I rrirctfulir oiidt'tl. Established In 1865. Oldest Business House in Salina Dihlc & Xavi, wnOLISALl AND EETalL DltUU IX AXD MXC- racTTUKr.ES or Harness, Saddles, Collars, Ac. Also Bridles, Whips, &c. 96 Sasta Fe Avisn, - SALINA. KANSAS. BookandVarietyStore. SPRING STYLES 1872! LADIES, YOU WILL F1XD Bonnetm, ITatn, Flower , Orna ment, &e., te., Of tne latest al nwat deslralilr at Tl, at 0 Book aa Tanrtr Store of B00KS!B00KS! Srm Books aad Matiaavrr. Cantata. Ula rfl (Mraer, rmaen aad lim Baaue. m au Books ia Tanecj-, setwol Boca, Ac , Al Book axd Yauxtt Stocz, oxx or thx OLDBST UvOXtM UaCW Ol THX PtACX. Aprfl ,UTX- J. R. CHAPMAN, HOUSE, SIGN A CARRIAGE jiisrtUn' bctlfscmmtf OPEENED OUT NOVEMBER 1st A FRESH STOCK OF Dry GoodsGroceries, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, Gents1 FURNISHINGGOODS Notionx. Etc. Which we shall take pleasure, in ahowirc U the eili xena of SALINA, An.l all others who mar faror us with a call. Goods and Prices to Speak for IFiemselees. New Goods Inily. IRA X. CARVER C CO., 86 Bnntn aW Atremue, N. P. SELSO.V. L. a. SKANCKE. NELSON & SKANCKE, DEALERS IN GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, Clothing and General Merchandise, AT LUVDSBURG, IkZcX'lioraioii Co.. o Hare row in store anil for sale a full f tuck of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Drcss Goods and Trimmings. Al-o hare Jil't rrrrlrr.1 fmm New York City a large slock il Ready-Made Clothing, To suit the latest fahijn ; ami a full stock of IIATS AJST C-AJ?S, And 100 Cases of BOOTS AND SHOES. Xelvin A SkancVe's I the place In liujr HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE Glassware and Woodcnware. Mt-irs. NVIion ALmicl.r mj- l Ihr ri!or Mc-!tit-iin rfdiiiH t Imii ynii ilrirt lo itirrhjiiM fTfHU cmi ml m-t lis. Ourpwnl irrn-ttouht In t llt rniiiutLrtrtwilhn irrta! rrfrprure li tin w ant if Ihl IRiiIilrsiwl wrraiiaiHlwitl iwll lhrnirhmir lliatmlh-r lottM-f. mitl Mt tli-iuuif tun urru it tft-ii lo In; i.rI- rla-n. Corn nii'I - u. hrtlir r rt 5011 iU4.f- iuri-Ii.i.Hit( uiHl hp piiarjai'tr jou kinu irraunri 1 tani Ik. mrc 1 r nun inr jr . o y. a Cj 6 c ST C 0 W Q H O a e Me o w m unyu XO GO EASX ! City. A.VD ROUTE. ... TJwulaayilem."lsaa a.laea. trae a It U i. ,t. I..w ....iJ.t-l. n.fc.lli . ehl. and U trafh Is aaai. rxmMSfl tiy the trnArtim of the are line to tbe EaM eta Cmtoa aad HcrliaeV v.i. which Uwaacfc th W, nay bta-'MOv UttmU Is theWrat. The line MUu of the Kawas City, Kaist Ja? mmmtCfxara Blasts E. K., wxbtao dally traias frees Caawas dry, throaxb AtckvUoa, LeaTrawerth aot M. Jaary aad tbe ttimamti State Uae. rbrre e.aartta with tbe Bcrllr'a Kaate. which bsaaadlfeet taCbl-ewa.Ca-iaaall,ladkast.lis.tiis,aaii ilaadCoraaa- tasa (br-aagb eawt are heiaa; raa to aO Thai Lra. la it IsaBt. Saarsaaabf the mim$ lalyaleaaad aaaeedy, mU md aty, "tUwto f East,-' by tbe aaaUbaarba aa ' - TT"7. l"tM,. ) 1"w.aBaBM.aBBjaaBeaBaaauaa;aalabie j a ramtet taay, vAB ea. kw aAaaaa4 area af daaear I - - .. bat 2 $ . oc , c 2 2 3 " ?? raraavatlaUa jeavbey. Ike BaUBsjls. Eaaaa Z.uZ-i. mlL2ZL:-lX2-iirL-' i, XUl.tHl AVW.AUXCCSYHSaKt July, 187-3. Kansas Pacific Railw'y. lh ort. FaTont. aaxl otjy IB BaBoate U rvtutr. Georcrtowa, CoUea Car. . Loaraanat. tearraltlcy. New MnojU lolonloi-prlac, MUaLaroat, Maho'-iniifs, i;rrely. Eraaa, (rreaOtr, Cheyenne, SaB 1-kaCMy. ;,ko. Ewo, .Ssrraaaeato. Marj.Ttlle, Saa rraMlaec. Aa.l all ointJ In Kansas, Colorado, th TrTrtarrM1tjmJ tho taelflo Coast. Mai?USlr r7TT ,n,n,fcr b ",to " day). ceomo.Utwn tramsroa laly, (exasftSaa EJre tnuns run daily. Trains leave slln r.4ns We.t Kapreas a JO A. M. hZ gaj i-. if . Train, leare Salina rtnr Kat Express; JO 1'. SI. Mul .ti a. J. rersona takias: Ihis wtular mute w III nt. ,t nections with trains as tollow,: "' " At Lawirnee with railways f..r all rint. In .n.ia m Kansas To-ka anil Junction lily. At IenTer with raawnfer and r.xma eoachaa sae Conrelown. Ac., ami with Colnrailii iratral EailnZl for Central Oity , Gul.len City, Ac. At Cheyenne Oplen, Salt Ijke Cily. Elko. Keaa an rranciK-o, anI allpotnts in California ami the Ter ntoriea. , At Ivearenworth Atchison and St. JowtA. AtKanusClty, "Slate line and faion" p.. txrt.forM Loui.an-1 Chicago, and nolnta South and Crullman Sleeflnr Can attached to Kinreae trains ami run through betweea Kauaa Clly, tear City aixl Cheyenne. G.oun.nw acre, of choice farmins lamia for sale, aira aleilaluni; the line ofllte Kaiuyu lacide Railway, al from it lo a t acre. Kor rticnlara aUim J.V. Ievrrrmux, Iju. CoramiMiooen Lawreace, Kansas. EllMl-SI) S.llowrn. Oneral up't, 1IEVEKLKY K. KE1M, 1-nrr.l Ticket Aarnt. Ucneral Offices. Kamas Oily, Mo. Kansas City and St.Louis Short Line. The North Missouri Railroad 1. the shortest, nnirkcvt am! te.t nxtta from Kj cuy anti me n e. to U LoaiU anal all Kaalera, KasHkerai, ! l.r.i.ersB rsiie. tisi fm a,owia. All train, ofthe Kanvu laciuc. Mimiri Itl.er. Fort nlt Al.ulf Itailrouil. Ml-..url It her ICIlnuol, ilrura Atrhtn an 1 larenworlh) aiIMi.4Mtrl allry Itail road, connect direct with this road in the .nc.IT rxi narT aTa.iTT and Union I h-j.it at Harlem; mnninc thnnijch to st. uins wiTiniiTriiavia. Thi t. Ihr onlr route from Kiomm Utr ualair Saa original rt ilii raLara sLKaniu taas. (llrth. sfcttrcd stall lm.irtant lare in the weal ) Ihelraintorthl.llne nuke direct ami reliable aaa. nmloti. ex M. lxiU with all nvirnlna; fa.1 train., mak nig mi. TIIKCJVICK ROirrBBAST. We lan-1 mnmrm at r.rr Kirret Frrrr. M. Ioala tlui. aTiiiiliiiK lon al tei!i.His omnibus tfausfrrs. nxiiNMtt, LnriMiitr., ixnisxarnu., rona m, w limn, H.iitiLi.a. miiot, anoi nt n. irw Kira, Maarm, i Aiao, luLrianur, wa.iiim.toi, rirrsuiaii, btr.To., f Lr.TLAXI, And all Mhrr imlnti In the L'nitrd Mat. ami Canada. are reached r) llii. Une. Fare as low aw by asty atBer BtMlM. rTlirooich llrVel. ran lie hail al all rallnxvl tlekat ollrr.iiillie r.l,imllir Kanaa. I'llte, lorl acotf ami t.ulfllallnMi.t, ut I-nrnwcrlh,lrhlin. .ml all Illil.irtJiit lowli.lii Kaiuu. f II kMUIT, (nneral uirlrilriMteiil. II. ". H II Kl.lt. Ceneral lrriehl Ag't, M Uxiis. A. XV. MII.I.l'ALIill, (n-nenil Hr.urn A rent. I.. M DI'N.N, Cen'ITtrlrt Aarnt .-t Ji-h. M. The Great Central Route East. CHICAGO, BURLINGTON & QUINCY RAILROAD. Tbe Aid reliable rwsjte, .1. Il.nnlbai Ml. J. arpts, asid hlraeo. Hsirllnslva) ..Ml llner Mllrod. I,j.-ti.r. coin? lU.t .ImmiM Iw .are their UrkH. rend rtilhl. i.reje f..MiI.r Itoufr. New .ml ,,I"i.l. K.y i Y-m- with Twelve VThe.U ed Tniet. smt KuiuV. K.tn.t Venllljtiir., .re raa m all iLiy trains. ruLLXA.s rATKSTSLnrtxo cotcatt Tlie f1net In the vnrM. ae mn m t1 l4t twmlm. Till. 1 Hie onlj tinl running I'.Imv Mrrlna; " letter, lilra:r.4i or rv)nl ..!lrtl..n. .Norh.n;e..fr.r frr.mguUH-yto Clilrago, ami bal one rliane fre-ni luincy New lot!.. llttttHirc, lUrrl-Mirr. Iletelaad. lle- tn.it, M. I all., IJ.-K-.tr, I Inrlnnall, lml.n..ill. or fsrtilvlllv Time to .11 Ijtetrm ellie. I. m nutel . .at I . Ieaiiiriilney in h.tur.l.y nigrlil arrlie la yrw Vh aml.II Ijuternrltl.'.elirlilern tvnir. aicker than b any fller rifUte. This is the only nid running rnr.ovnn r.xvssss Tu.itysA rvntmrKit Fair alway. low a. by Inferior routes. AL fT TirV.t. tin tin- Chlraso, luitla(ton a4 Qaincy UalnMl aaeTe HoaraTlriie, j tK'rell MImt ronfe., snd mr rmfort, .l aal paieiy, ami ie. eitanreolrr. loan f any i(n "Uia. IIjJfe Cherl. Tlimorh III.ItT II UltH, flm'J "iii.'I, Cht. a. " l l("HtlV, A't KMf'. (nlnrt. I! A.I'AltKKIt. ea'l Hnuni l-ena;er Asmi. THE OLD RELIABLE Hannibal and St. Joseph RAILROAD UNE. la clow connection wllh rm I XAOlilo TVAllwjajrejr. Is tue aa.r awHii Itot-ri: Ear, .foam imt-iu. CfiMrriUm mad' at Qqlney af the wsrlflat Xrm 1r",tiaMmro"vi'in-iti'r.H jCincago, Burlington and Qtrincy, AXU Toledo, Wabash & Western R.R.' tit AU. IfllVra ET .xfiRTH OB Vrt-TB. Atafarnswini Tfca BawSft BJIaiarl BUHrasMl. forM. IxMU.aadeiaM. Leads Iw aB awtala Baatv Buy your Through 'Ticket. By Od iiilar Ua, aarl nhr the turn h.itor uw la. .brt. -p '- "- TWl orthor Xh. r.B.'.'S'T. XETTIXTO'. ." . " Areai Im'Im.'!. A t. 11,-KH, mhmnUn raa.iai i Aaeata. Missouri, Kansas and Teias R. V, Oa a nfter adar, Jaly M, lS, aralaa anB rtaa as WVti aia.1 trwawSllteJaartiaa Ufy at p. m . (ar CoaacJ i.rvie, IMnru, MnV. Km b. faMs, HaaataaVit, w 3tit, IsWaiif, atat Ummt0m Amta avfl d'-kwvw.ha. 2 .19 Baatrll AenauaeetatM. Irata M Jleaabe rails at 7 . aa. MWI fnla wiB Jew. Cbra al J As y. am.. 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