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It beitevea that the Republican party nat
ultllled IU mission, and tbat the iltmo-
t relic party a now organized tboulu I t re-
stored to power.
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It believe tba Kadleal tyranny tbat be
r aeveral yaara oppreaeed tbe Poutfc
bould b overthrown and tba people 1 1 id
oulhera State permitted to coctro! theu
: m ST. I m
It believe that railroad corporation
bould be probiblUd by legla'.atlve ream
nttu from eitortinx and unjustly daecnn
(baling in their barter transactions wits
It recognlrci tbe equality t'ol a men
(ore tba law.
It advocatet free commerce tariff lot
advocate resumption of aped pay
want, and boneat payment of tbe public
It advocate economy in tba d n'oUUa
lion ol public aOalra
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VOL. 8. ' CAIRO, ILLINQia THURSDAY " " NO. 148?
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3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City VaUeaal Bank BaiUiag, in-eUira.
Tt Oldeet Katbliah4 Ajr.ncy U Boat
mrm Illlnoie). reprooowtlnar '
PAINT AMD OIIA.
Blake & Co.
B. F. PARKER,
?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
Vail Paper, Window GUaa, Win
dow Shades, fee.
always on hand, tb celebrated IlluntiriatiB
Ooraar Eleventh Street ajad Wanhinaj
roMMIfaNioaj KUCHA BIT).
BOX and BASKET CO
Alt blade bard sad soft.)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, 0.
Mill aa Yard.
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
No au Ohio Lete,
AOENTS AMEBIOAH POWBKB CO
57 Ohio Levee.
O. D WILLIAMSON,
FT. IS OHIO LEVEE.
SPECIAL atteatlei ajiven locoaiif niuents and
fill In order
Ten elecraot ihwla of Choir Mimic arranired
lor tiie I'lano Kurle will be sent bv mail on re
ceipt of oiw dollitr, (punt paid) or .ingle copirs
at t mib each .
They can aim l ordered tlirouxb any new
deal ia tlie Lulled Mate.
Happier day Iastrumenlal
?D ran i oui r urgei
ur O'er the Wavea.....
IliKti Lile Wait
Ikuwu where the Violet tirow.
WbfD Old Jn-kaoB bad hi Hay
The oruud old r'ariu. ........
1 he College Quickatep .
There' a Letter in the Candle...
Do vou Ueallv Think be Hid?
......... I. lanble
, ........ Itublea
Addreaa onler to Heni. W. H
litlier... bit Third Avenue N. Y
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OP PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
la lite CJraBMl MI
Which has stood the test of 40
There is no sore it will not Heal,
no Lameness it will rot Oure.no
Ache, no Pain, that aYsliets the Hu
man body, or the body of a Horse
or other Domestic animal, that
does not yield to its magio touoh.
A faottle ooatinff 25c 60o. or !
has often saved the life of a Human
Being, and Bestored to Life and
useruiness Auuay a vmiwuw
-ii- d-daw-lT. ' .
M. aafar b
How the Indiana Boy Went to Bra
2il and Had an Adventure.
Mr. Hnlord Morriii, of IndianaiMba, Io
diaua, baa Junt received from bin sod, Ernest
Morri, the boy naturalist, now aeeklns;
fame and ip-'cimeni in lirazil, a letter which
te Is tbe tnont romantic tale of hi good for
tuue In quite a different ueld. Nearly two
year ago youn; Morri'. cothimianic in
natural bUtoryand only eighteen years ol
age, left Indiaoapolln, struck tbe Ohio, and
readied New Orleans by n skif voyage,and
taeace aaiM to 1'art, ia lirasi), lateuding
to awend tbe Amazon and collect ppecl
mena in tbe iid and unknown .South Amer.
lean forei't. Rfjiort of bis exploration
have been received and publinbed from
time to time, a he reached points of com
munication along tbe route. He has as
cended to tbe fountains of tbe Amazon, In
Kciiudor, hundred of miles beyond tbe
point reaebed by tbe naturalUt Bates, sent
out some year ago by tbe Brititli govern
ment, and furnlfbed with unli-nited mean.
Accounts of hi wonderful adventures and
pucceanful ear.cr at a lover of ncienre hav
ing reached the ear ol tbe Smithsonian In
stitute, and .Various scientific auociatiotia
in New York and Pliiladtljihla, ho hat been
engaged to deliver lecture on hi returo
and an Eastern publiahing bouse will launch
hi journal in book form. He writes to hi
family here relating the grandot of all ad
ventures yet. Tbe story is a follow, and
read like a chapter from tbe "Arabian
N'ighU :" While encamped one evening ou
the bank of tbe Amazon, near STantariu,
below Villa Franca, a furious atorui arose.
While prepariog abetter with palms he aw
a young Indian maiden on tbe dream In a
light eanee, and trying to make tbe nhore
before tbe lurui came on. She van not
equal to tbe task, and Morris, noticing tbat
kbe Was being drawn alowly toward tbe
powerful current, swam boldly out to her
reecue, at great peril to bimteir, and pushed
the canoe safely to tbe shore. Her grati
tude took the shape of an invitation to con.
duet her home. Tbe young hero accepted
and after a weary tramp and ometthrT.
booting at wild beast ou the way, rei urned
her home, only to find, to hi surprise, that
her father wai a native chief of a powerful
Brazilian tribe, and oned title deed to
tbe vat region lying between the river
Amazon and tbe Sierra A ear a range of
mountain, auu tbat tbe girl was hi only
child. Tbe old chief overwhelmed him
with k indues and gifts, ha taken him into
tbe family, and now oilers blm the hand of
Mi Princess, who it extremely beautiful,
and wears a diamond-studded girdle tbat
would random a king. He promises Morris
counties treaurcs from hia diamond bed
and gold field-, and tbe help of his whole
tribe in collecting specimens ; but hi pride
U pitched in a roral key, end before marri
age can take place he inhd tbat tbe son
of science hall take tbe Indian beauty to bit
American home a a irer, and obtaio tbe
couseut of bis pareuu to the match. The
father runs a 10x12 lamp-store here, and
though he cautioted Kriiect not to get
mixed up with any of those girl down
there, h show a dipoiitiou lo favor tuia
diamond future for bis son.
Tbe great bell of tbe world are ronr.
meuted upon in the Eclectic a follow :
The great bell of Moscow, called tbe Tsar
Koloku!, ur King of Bells, ia the largest fn
the world. It is lr feet '4 inches high, and
measure around it margin ttofeet u inches.
It t estimated to weigh 43,77i pound, and
tbe metal in It i valued at more tbau $300,-
Oho. Tbe bell ol China rank next in size
to those of Kuaaia, but are interior to them
In form and tone, in Peking, as state J by
father L Couture, there are seven bell.
each weigbing 130,000 pound. One ia tho
suburb of the city ia, according to the tei
timony of many traveler, the largest sus
pended belt in tne woriu. it i nun? near
the ground, in a larire pavilion, and to rinir
it a buge beam i swung agalnt its tide. A
bell taken from tne urauon pagoua at Kan-
gooa, was valued at $),000. Among tbe
bell recently cast for the new Jloiixe ol
Parliament, the largest welgha 14 tons. Tbe
next largeat bell In cngianu wa cant m
18t:i, for York Minster, weigh 37,000
pound, and I 7 leet 7 inches iu diameter.
The Ureal Tom. of Oxford, weigh 17,000
pound, and the Great Tom of Lincoln,
1-2,000 pounds. Tbe bell of St Paul', iu
London, I 9 leet in diameter, and weigh
ll,00 pound, one placed in the Cathedral
of Paris, in 10SO, weighs IW.OOO pounds. One
in Vienna, ca-t in 1711, weighs 40,000
pound, and in Olmutz I auotber weighing
about tbe aame. Tho fatuou bell called
buvaone of Erfurt i considered to be ol
tbe riuet bell-metal, containing the largest
proportion of silver; it weight i about
30.000 pound; it was east in 14M7. At
aloutreal, (.anau, is a larger ben man any
in Euglaud, weighing 2tf,4O0 pounda; it wa
Imported In 1843 for the Notre Dame Cathe
dral. In tbe opposite tower ol tbe Cathe
dral is a chime of ten bells, the heaviest of
which weigh tt.043 pounds, and their
aggregate weight la jI.hoo pound.
K. r. Haaktl I Bitter Wiau mt Iroai
has never been known to fail in the cure of
weak ues, attended with symptoms; indis
poaitiou to exertiou, bias of memory, diili
culty ol breathing, general weakness, horror
of dioeaae, weak, uervoustrembliog, dread
ful horror of death, uigbt sweats, cold feet,
weaknes, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal latitude ol tbe muscular system,
enoiuiou appclita with dyspeptic sjiup.
torn, hot baud, Uashiog of the bo Jy, dry
ues of the skin, pallid couutenacce and
eruption ou the face, purityiug tho blood,
paiu ia the ba. k, beaviaes ol tbe eyelids,
heo tie ut black spot tlyiug before tbe eye
with temporary suilisiou aud lone of sight,
Mailt ol atteutiou, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use E. V. Kuskcl'a Bitter Wine of
Iron. It ueverfail. Thousand are oow
enjoying health who have used it. Take
only K. V. Kuukel'e.
Jfeware of counterfeits and base imita
tions. As Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Irou is
to well kbowa all over tbe country, drug
gist tbeinfclves make an Imitation aud try
to palm it off on tbeir customer, when thry
call for atunkel't Bitter Wine of Irou.
Kunkel's BiUtr w in of lro t put up
only ia ft bottles, and has yellow wrapper
nieely put oa tbe ou'.aUle with tho pro
prtetor'a photograph ou tba wrapper pf
each bottle. Always look for tho photo
graph on the outside, and you will always
be aura to cat the cenuiaa. One dollar tier
bottle, or six for 5. 8aU by diuggiais and
teaiers every wuere.
ALL WORMS BEMOVCO AUVC
E. F, Kuakel' Worm Hyrup never fa :t
lo destroy Pin Scat and Stomach Worm.
Ur. Kunkel, tbe only ucceslul pbynlrlaa
who muovtt Tape Worm ia two hour,
alive, with bead, and bo fee until removed.
Common ene teaches that II Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms can be readily
destroyed. Send lor circit'ar to lr. Kun
kel, No. North Ninth street, Philadel
phia, Pa., or call on your druggist and ask
for a bottle of Kunkel's Worm hyrup.
Price, 11.00. It never laiU.
By It. V. nrr. M. !., ol the WhiM's 1)1
peuBary, Itudalu, M. Y, amtior of l'h l'o
pl' Chibidob Hens Me1ical Adviser,'' etc
The liver Is the great depurating (nuri
6 lug) organ of the tygtetu, and has very
appropriately btn term-d the "hous
kcciicr" of our health. 1 have observed
in llit dissecting-room, and also In mak
ing poiit mortem examinations of the
bodies of thoce who have died of differ
ent disease, that in a large trotortlon of
case., Uie liver lias, givcu evidence ot hav
ing at some time been diseased Iiver
aflections are cquxliy prrvbb nt UTIkmXh.
Every butcher knows that the liver of
cattle, sheep and suiuc, are ten I lines as
frequently diseased a any other organ.
A healthy liver each day secretes about
two and and a half pound of bile.
When it becomes torpid, congested, or if,
from any cauae, it be disabled in the
performance ol iu duties, it is evident
that tbe elements of the bile
must remain in the blood, thus
irritating, Misoning. and perverting,
every vital process. Nature attempt to
rid the system of theme noxious ma
terials by means of other organs, as the
kidneys, luugs, skin, etc., which ln-cume
overtaxed in performing their additional
labor, an; unable to Maud the pressure.
The brain, which is the great electrical
center of all vitality, becomes overntiiu
ulated with unhealthy blood, ami fails to
normally perform it functions. Hence
there is dullness, head-ichc. impairment
of the memory, dizziness, gloomy fore
nodiugs aud irritability of temiier.
When the blood U diseased, the skin
manifests discolored Fpots, pimples,
blotches, boils, carbuncles, aud tcrofu
lou.i tumors. The stomach and bowels,
sooner or later, become e Heeled, and
constipation, piles, dropsy, dy8eia, or
diarrbiea, is the inevitable result.
SYMPTOMS Of L1VLK CoMI'I.AlNT.
A sallow color of thchkin, or yellow
ish brown spotx ou the ia- and other
parts of the body ; dullness and drowsi
ness, with frequent headache; dizziness,
bitter or bad taste iu the month, tlryne
ol the throat, and internal heat ; palpita
tion of the heart, a dry, teasing cough,
Kore throat, unsteady appetite, cour
stomach, raining of the food, and a ( lick
ing sensation iu the throat ; sickness and
vomiting, distress, heaviness, and a
bloated, or full let ling about the stom
ach and sides ; aggravating pains in the
side, back, or breast, and about the
shoulders; colic palna and soreiiecs
though the bowels ; constipation, alter
nation with diarrho-a ; piles, flatulence,
nervousness, coldness of the extreme
ties, rush of blood to the head,
with symptom of apoplexy ; numbness
of the limbs (espccbtlly at night), mid
chills, alternating with hot flashes; kid
ney aud other urinary difficulties, dull
ness, low spirits, and gloomy forebod
ing. Only a few of tliee Symplons will
be likely to tie present in any case at one
Treatmkxt. Take Dr. Pierce's (.old
en Medical Discovery, with small doses
of his Pleasant Purgative Pellets, w hich
act as an alternative on the liver. For
Liver Complaint and the various aflec
tions caused by a diseased liver, these
remedies are unsurpassed. The Golden
Medical Discovrydoes not simply alliate
the diseaie, but it produces a lasting ef
fect. By its use, tbe liver and stomach
are changed to an active, healthy state,
the apietite b: regulated, the blood puri
fied aud enriched, and the entire system
renovated and restored to health.
The Discovery is sold by druggists, li.
V. Pierce, M. D., Proprietor. World's
Dispensary, Buftalo, N. V.
Lyon's Katbairox makes beautiful
glossy, luxuriant bair; prevents IU fall
ing out or turning gray, ft has stood the
test of 40 y ears. Is charmingly perfumed
and has no rival. H-lO-dAwly
ITaga.n'8 Magnolia Balu preserves and
restores the complexion ; removes freck
les, tan and sallowuesa ; makes the skiu
son, white and delicate. Its application
annot be detected. 3-l0-d&wly.
Dr. Smith has removed his oltice to
rooms 8 and 0, Winter's block. Entrance
on Seventh ssreet.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and ttetall Dealer in
Foreign and Domeilio
WIXKN OF ALL KIN UN,
No. CO Ohio Levee,
MESSBf. SMYTH A CO. bav conaUuUy
a large stock ot tba butt goods iu Uu.- mar
kt, aud givseapacial altcntioa lot be Wbolaaale
raucti of Uu) buaineaa.
If aa4 sslii
far U)aS, OILS, OOBNS,
laihs. bkesn's. SOafl!, Ha.
.Hisufcili S.STI 1l lluaHltu. rcswlg
.ttraasa u iMartMa at., vau.
J. W. UlTrllELI.. M. I.
. . BMIOMAN, M. U
Drs. UITCHSLL tc BEIQnAU,
tKisH:lal allealioa aivmlo Surgvry aad
IsstrsalOMtit of t aroaie Uiacaacs. las.
4-4 A L.
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the car-load
t,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
fB?To large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
nonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL C0MPAMT.
r-Iiallllay Rro 'aofflr, No. 70 Ohio Lcvc.
UUairiila)r bro 'a w hart boat.
tf-Al K(ryitian Mill, or
IJ-At tbe tjoal Diunp, Toot of TaiitT-Eigb
,J"Pot Ofllct Drawer.
rOliTV Y.VIt BLul;. TIIK ITKUC.
SR. C. PLANE'S
Celebrate J American
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
MMUi countenance i; palo anJ
JL lcaik'ii-culorcil, with ix casional
flii:lie;-,, or a circumscribe'. ;.Kt on
one or both cheek.; ; the eyes become
dull ; thepui,iilsdilate; an azure bemi
t irile runs along the lower eye-lid ;
the no ,e is in itatcd, sm 11 s.and some
time.! bleed; ; a swelling of the upper
lip; occasional headac he, withhum
tiiinjj or throhliing of the ears ; an
n.iii ;tul secretion of saliva ; slimy or
furred tongue; breath very foul, par
tiula:l in the morning; apjietite
variable, soinetimei vorac ious, with a
gnawing sensation of the stomach, at
oilier.?, entirely gone ; fleeting pains
i i the stomai h ; occasional nausea
a id vomiting; violent pains through
out the abdomen; bowels irregular,
at time? costive ; stools slimy ; not
infrequently tinged with blood;
b.lly swollen and hard ; urine tur
bid ; respiration occasionally difll
cul t, and accompanied by hiccough ;
c xighsornetirnesdry and convulsive;
uneasy and disturbed sleep, with
ji i.iding of the teeth ; temper varia
ble, but generally irritable, &c. .
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exist,
UR. C. MLANE'S VERMIFUGI2
Will certainly cftect a cure.
IT DOES KOT CONTAIN MF.KCTRV
in any form ; it is an innocent prepa
ration, not capable of doing the sliyjit'
est injury to the Most tender infant.
The genuine Dr. MfLvKE's Vtr
liim;"; bears the signatures of C.
MVEane and Fleming 13kos. ou the
DR. C. MfLANC'S '
' Tiieso Pills are not reeonimoujl
a remedy for "all tho ills Unit
lhh is heir to," but iu nfleetions of
tho Liver, iiud in all Uiliotis Com
l.iiiiti, Dyspepsia aud rsiek Ilc-aJ-uehe,
or disease. f lliut chaiueter,
th:y ttand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER,
better cathartic can Ikj uhI
pjvparalory to, or after taking Qui
niii.'. Ai .i simple purgative tliey nro
UtW.VnE OP IMITATIO.VM.
Tlid gfiiuiito ure never sugar
Ivn It box has a red wax bchI on -tho
lid, with the iiiipri'siiiii Ik.
MVL ink's Livek Pii.ijj.
Kui h wrapjH r bears thebignaluivs
Oft'. M'EanK Illl.l Fl.K.MINd'lilUiS.
.'Mild by all re.-.'ctalilii ilruggisU
and country j'forrkivii.M-H v fin rally.
J OHM M. MUUCCT.
Altoruey at Imw,
OrriCK : At rt-aitlrni oa Ninth Stnwt, U
IwwuWialiiiia'too avtnua ami Waluut l
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
ST. O. ZXuelaii
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Bulla tin Bulldlaa;. Oor. Twelfth Straot
and Waamaartoa Amu,
. OAll'O, ZlllUOlaal
UTouotraad IsilroaJWorfc a uMsiallT
I.ta pr rf, poatajta prepaid, to aar addrctv.
' BEST ASD CHtVAWW
' a ...
Papar ulrfWi l aatlwni llllawlt.
! all 1 heir IPtnirimanlA
Commencing Xar lt. 1876-
Rich Black Silks
The ilwt el-lirut-l Lyoi.s Tioiiik,
At l CS ttXIurvil from Ml ,
At 01 ftO UmIucwJ iroiu 91 M7,
At HI 7.1 UrdiKJ front i 'i.
At M KeihKol fmni -j ft),
Piiii W id Fisc; Silks
At 90r, RoWol tnm9i I'J,
At OO Knluo-J trri n l.
At Ml 2.1 KliieHl Umiii l IIU,
At I IM IMuo:d tioiu 91
ELEGANT KOVSLHES UU lllll 603S3
In Camel's Pair. Cheviots, ul lamaw, tr
itucwt to 7', l) wi wilts t, frmu H i 'nS
l si, l 7 and $'. ".
Popular Dress Goods
In New a ivl FanhiniiaUe Kulirir anl I olor, ot
I2r, Rluct.l from l.-;
lc Itwluctnl from It.V;
Vic lUvtuoM friim Or;
'J.lo Kriiiicrd fmm 37n
SUr, Korrnvr price ftOc to ftc.
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
At fl, li'O anit $12.1, Knrmarly Sol.l at Jino,
Black ui Scirlet Stella Shawls
At iV; ft". UU1
lteluccl IV . in "ill, i'ji fint ..
LLAHi, OTTOm&STUKD SHAWLS
At $l ' to 5- Kvduccii lroiu a I to ts.
Ladies' and Misses' Suits,
Tbe fjitmt I'aria Style from tlO I'liWunU, tin
biacinir the chulcvat novelties ti
K.NOKMor KtlH CTIONS.
Ladies' and Childrena Underwear
An ImnieiiHe HUx k of M t Beautiful an.
All at Very Creat Keiluetiun.
Ladies', (.'hiklreu' and GetitU'inen'i
Tbe Ileal Rnxlitb. Krenrh and tienuau Uoods,
All Mm Leu at Lowest Hotsilile I'ricaa, .
Ara thoroughly stocked with tbe best
goods, at tbe lowest pui kagH prtit'S, Hojii
liftil Aiiierir-in iiiiuls at uc. and Cc. pur
yard; staudard 4 4 bleacbed good at lOu ;
l.ou.ilslu sbirtiMirs at Km" ; Mew Voik
Mill, l2Jo. ; and iV4 kliectioc1 t
Ulll AND STBEE IMS
Iu a'l tho Various Grade, at Harfsln.
(Which we keep at tbe fir aud Street stor
only), we are ottering Knglisn aitd Amerf
cau tapeatriea at f I, former prico tl IS;
body Hrusael at ! :, loruer irtca )l no;
all-wool Initralu at ")., former M-Ut.iWc.;
throe ply lutrrala at tl S&, iormtt price.
$1 60; oil-clot bs at o.c. to jiiu ; former
prirr s Win t Me.
&aiup.ea uf good", and rataloguea of la
dies' aad Bitsaea' suits and muslin uuder
wear, mod infaats' outttta, aeut Iroo ol chars
to all section of the L alUd btate.
: Kale lor soli -Measure ait til aeut o apsli
at oa to all parte at tho cauniry. -
Order for good af all klada will to care
fully aticadad to, aad the KO-aJn packa4
aad tot warded without charge. iuo-viu
Creasy t'i TwestHi Ctrt:t.
nice: mm n an a ck
Room and Board, 1st and 2i
Floors, $2.50 per Day.
Room and Board. M Floor 2.00 Par Day
Spaelal Rtaa f Woak or Btoatk.
a iimttMi nurntirr or tery ileslmbla rsmily
rooms can li M-curwl at rnwonabla ralr lor Um
The M. tJharle I the larrnt and best anDnlnt-
! Hottbc in Houthern llliixii, ami is the India
hotel In talro. Notwlih.tunilina- the "Ben
Koek" rwluctiiin in prine. tlx- table will, as
usual, l liberally sii..lie. with the very brat
of everything th:il ran 1 found iu market.
me lurpe sample rooms fir nunmercial trar
elem, on Krnund flnor, free of charge
tAI,1 laKiraaTOf (rnaala runveye.1 to and I in as
the hotel ithout rhm e
!Te w-York Storo
WHOLES A LK AMD RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Oooda Bold Very Cleso.
Uorner lQth St. and Commercial At,
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
The amble Wagon
JOUN P. GAMBLE.
IHl 1EIT and CHKAPK8T WiQOM MAX
MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEK
Near Thirth-Pourth Streat
SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL.
Manufacture hie own Horao Shoe and
can Aaaare Good Work.
1 - 1 KJ -11 . L. J '
TBS tow iwm sows,
BALTIMORE ASD OHIO RAMOAH
THE OXLV DIRECT BOLTE TO
By this Line PiMaeaa;ri are Laadsxl al
CenteonbU (iroiinilj, ur at Hroa.1 and Pine
Mreets, in vicinity ol tbe ladiua; hotel ia
Philadelphia, as they inayprel'ir. HulUera of
CAS STOP OFF AT TIIK
And visit the Cuvernnient I'uildinir. and the
O-aiiy ubjecta ol' internals iu and about WasbiaK
tun City. Travelers liesii iiiar
A fluufit, ini Co2sforta.l8 Trip,
ohuuld ivmeiulier tbat the
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R.,
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anauvautinii Mountaan and Valley
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Hia tot to Interval Alone;
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PULLMAN PALACE CARS
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