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, R.OIULT,
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
Jk.. "W". PVATT CO.,
proprietors,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOk
MANUFACTURERS.
BolUttn Balldinjr, Oor. Twelfth Btree
Jod Washington ATenue,
Onlrot Xllixaoia
tJ-Countr and ItailroadWork a Specialty
The Oairo Bulletin
Job Printing
Blank Book
AND
Picture Framing
WASHINGTON AVENUE.
Northwest Corner Twelfth Street, Bulletin
Building.
THE PRINTING OFFICE:
A Jurt Comphte JOB FR1ST1SU ESTABLISHMENT than
A "Bulktlu' Oji'tre is uttt in any of the citiet of the Mississippi Valley, out
tide f St. Louis. It is entitled to and ihjtdl rerlv (he support of the riti
tns of Cairv and all the country rjntiguous th'ntj.
LETTER HEADS,
BILL HEADS,
BILLS OF LA DISC!,
BLANK BOOK II EA DISCS,
B I. A NKS O F A L L KINDS,
VISITISO CARDS,
SMALL 11ASD BILLS,
MAMMOTH FOSTERS,
FA M I'll LETS, BOOKS,
Everything in the Printing Line, at the Very
Lowest Prices.
Oidiri tent ;, addittsed to "The Cairo Bulhtin Co.npany, Cairo
Illinois," will receive prompt atfetitlon.
THE BOOK BINDERY :
Tltere it no kind of Binding required by (hi community that cannot he
done nt the. Bulletin Cairo City Bindrry in the lent oj ttyle and at the honest
prieet
If yon have Pamphlet you with to preserve, tend them to vt for binding.
If yon hare Magazines to be bound, tend them in.
If you have Mutic to be bound, smd it in.
If you have Blank Bool, with or without jointed heading, ice can man
vfactiire them for .
you have Ruling to be done, ice can do it in the liest ttyle on the
shortest notice.
The Bindery i in charge of Mr. AMBROSE W. PVATT, afrst-rate
workman, whose, devotion to hit business and the promptness Kith ichich he
turns out the Lett of work, entitle him to all the patronage that Cairo has in the
line of Book Binding and Ruling.
THE PICTURE FRAMING DEPARTMENT:
Having Purcliased the (iimplete Stock of Mouldingt and the Picture
Framing apparatus of the latefrm of Rockioell t Ck, we are vow prepared
to frame all kinds of Pictures, Manufacture Window Moulding and Cornices,
and doill kinds of work in this line.
If you have (Jhromos, bring them to vsjor mounting and framing.
If you have Fu tures of any kind bring them to us, and at a trifling ex
pense we icillmake them ornaments for your rooms and dwellings.
Ordrs'addrtsed to E. A. BURNETT, will be promptly a t tended to.
Patronize Home Enterprise ;
Give the Old Han and the Young Han a Chance !
VOL. 8.
Establishment
Manufactory.
Headquarters
0ae, Sttllatlx B-a.114.lAe. Cstaf TwalftK Straat slxxA
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1876.
ght gtt!I$tin.i
FLORIOA.
Addreia by ibe Ylaltlna; Demoeratfl to
the Speaker of tb Iloae mt
RreBtMlv-a.'
How I he talae noil t'ramlnlent Ma.
Jeriljr for llayea wa Obtained.
Addrraaby Hie leniorril.
Live Oak, Pla., Den. 6. The Democrat
Issue tin following addit-es to-day to I J n.
Samuel .1. Randall, Washington, I). :
To i he HouseofReprcscntatixe't
The undersigned, wbo cauie hither to be
present at a fair count of the votes cant ly
the people (if Florida, have had the grief to
be witnesses of the counting out ot the la
den electois chosen and the counting in of
the Hayes electors rejected at the poll. W
have witnessed tbe progress and the con
ftuiumalion of a deliberate and preconcerted
acheme of fraud. Thin aclieme, firt con
trived for the execution at the ballot boxei
throughout the -late, having there fallen
bortof ucceiti, was then continued and
promoted, by evertil county canvassing
boards, and wa yesterday upplcmented
and liuUhed by the Radical majority of the
tat) board ot canvasser at Tallahassee. It
Is manifest to every Intelligent observer
here :
First That upon the race of the count re
turns tbe Tllden electors had a majority of
all the votes cant.
Second The Tilden electors had tltis ma
jority over and above tbe Radical count
after It bad been swollen by many hundred
Illegal vote through loml fraud and falsa
rturos.
I. Third That the majority declared for
tbe Have elector is a fictitious, false and
fraudulent majority, which tbe tiro Radical
state canvassers manufactured by throwing
O it whole Democratipreciutti and coun
ties in open disregard o' facts, und with
flagrant violation of law. They did not
even keep to tb shrewder path blazed out
for them by their legal ndviseri from the
North. All along their devious track the
mark of premeditation, the foot-print of a
shameless purpose are uuroncealed. .
The Democratic electois receiving their
certificate of the ttue result from the attorney-general,
a member of the board of can
vasser met to-day, and cast their vote for
Tilden and Hendricks. The Radical elec
tors, fortified with tbe I aloe certificate of
Governor Stearns, met to-day aud cast tbelr
votes for Hayes and Wheeler. It i for the
congress to judge and determine whether
thi assault upon tbe right and libertie of
freemen, thus far prosecuted under tbe cov
er of the arms and tbe authority of the fed
eral administration, tball be crowned at U3
CHjital with succe. Familiar with tie
history of carpet-bag corruption and mis
governmet, we yet needed a visit to Florida
to convince us of tbe distress that rules. It
has plunged her people to the point of im
poverishment; It ba abolished the usual
contentions of political parties, aud arrested
the progress of her two races in self-government.
In truth, the late struggle at
tbe polls was not between Democrats and
Republican!), it was between a hapless race
misguided by a few knavi-h adventurers,
and even convicted lelous wbo cull them
selves Republicans, and a gentle, long-suffering
people whose patience has permitted
their oppressor to live. 'I he Republican
party, as we know It at the North, has no
esistentein Florida, uolc- indeed it shall
confess a fellowship with those abusing her
livery by seeking profit though their crime.
Geo. W. Iliddle, Pa., .los. E. Brown, Ua..
Leverett &altonalall, David Hellers, l'a..
Ma., Malcomt) Hay, Fa.,
John K. Reed, l'a., Sam U. Thompson, l'a
Uao.W. Guthrie, l'a., 1 M. Ii. Young, Ua.
Ferry fl. Sniitn, III.. 1'. Gibson, Mo.,
Manton Murble, New Vork.
The Centaur Liniments Uay
ain, sulxlue swellings, lieal Inirus, and will cure
Khetuuatisru, Sviu, and any flesh, bone or
muscle aliment. The White Wrapper is for
family uie, the Yellow Wrapper for uuiirutls,
A list of the lurHieRU are contained around
each bottle. They are cheap, Bjaedy, and cer
tain. The certain, speedy ndll!iimW,
remedy for children, Is I'iti'her'sCastoria. It is
as pleaHaut to take as houey and as certain in it
effects a C'aotor Oil. For Wind Colli', Worms
.Sour Stomach, and Disordered Kowels, there i
nothing like fusions..
O'CALLAUAN & HALL,
IRON, TIN
Slato Rooforo,
HootiriK and Guttering Speoialty
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Bods, Pumps, Stores
and Tinware.
- JokblkK Pramtlr Data.
ESTAUI.ISHKI) 184.'..
WILSON, EGGLESTON & CO.,
COMMISSION MEBCHANTS,
Dealers la
Flour, Grain, Seeds, & Pr07iions,
81 WEST CAN AX. STREET,
CINCINNATI, O.
Consignments solicited. ll-iiB-eeJ-lui
rouTV VEAKa BrroKje toe rrnua
DR. C. M9LANE'S
C K I. K II R A T E I)
LIVER PILLS,
rua tii ccsa o
Hepatitis or Liver Complaint,
LiVSl'ttMA AND SICK HtLADACHK.
Symptoms of a Diseased liver.
13-MN in the right side, under the
edge of the ribs, increases on pres
sure ; sometimes the pain is in the left
hide; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side sometimes the pain
is felt under the shoulder-Llade, and
it frequently extends to the top of
the shoulder, and is sometimes mis
taken for a rhcumatihiii in the arm.
The stomach is affct ted with loss of
appetite and sickness ; the Ixnvels in
general are ostivc, sometimes alter
native with Ijx ; the head is troubled
v ith pain, aeiompuniud with a dull,
heavy sensation in the back part.
'1 litre is genera'!' a considerable loss
cfmemory,atcompanied with a pain
ful sensation of having left undone
something which ouglvt to have been
done. A slight, dry tough is some
times an attendant, a The patient
t oinplains 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
satified that excrcisewould be bene
ficial to him, yet he can scarcely
summon tip 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 where few of them ex
isted, yet examination of the body,
after death, has shown the liver to
have lx;en extensively deranged.
A (t U E AN'l) FEVER. .
Dr. C. M. Lam's Liver Pills,
in casi.s ok Aci r. and I'lver, when
taken with Quinine, are productive
of the most happy results. No better
cathartic tan be used, preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine. We
would advise all who are afflicted
with this disease to give them A
TA1R TRIAL.
For all bilious derangements, and
as a simple purgative, they are tin
cqualed. UEWAHK OP IMITATIONS.
The genuine Dr. C. Lane's
Liver Pills are never sugar coated.
Every box has a red wax seal on
the lid, with the impression Dr.
MVLane's Livir Pills.
The genuine MVLane's Liver
Pills bear the signatures of C.
MVLane and Fleming Pros, on the
wrappers.
rf" Insist on your druggist or
storekeeper riving you the genuine
Dr. C. MVLane's Liver Pills, pre
pared bv Fleming Pros., Pittsburgh,
Pa.
Sold by all respectable druggists
and country storekeepers generally.
To Ihuie wishing to give 1. C. MVLami's
Livsh f ills a trial, will mail pent pji d to any
p.m i.f (lie l muj Statu, uuc bos ul fill lot
lcn:y-uvi centi.
FLEMING KROS.. Pitubursh, Ps.
ii.
UARRIAGEp
flluttrat4 Work f7
gt, prttmu couussfeot
Um lusmtd audsuAr-
GUIDE
HaJMhl fin sitkialdri.
Of tbC MSUfAl STSlXlJ, iu ftbtUtt,
Wu-M cfisfhf ta
ciemca of nrprtMludion ; bow la
be? truly happf il lk mtururtl rvUiioa.
youiif ud miaaim sexl uouid rvtui eVul prrstem K st
4-uutsuasi uiloruyuiusi, vhi') no one csui &flbra to bn wub
9ut i an how lu prvsstrrc the blui, aiui xniplBo, tnsl
(veto toalM rhtscks Urn trNhiuesti of youUi k Um U-rt tud
tuly trus) Msurtsure Giutt in Um world.
If Kla.il. Tii author msy be ouosuitJ pcrwiiAllj r bsf
iu im voria. mo mm
be coosuIUmI DcrwiiAlls; sm
nwi wu au v ui tut iuuk
Ll to IDV of the-subXCUl
Civsitiotiani in bis wurk.U4lfjsB
tat. A-tt-QUM. IU lsy...sasmsT'l..1
THE
ii
XIADB OSI.Y DV
ii.
W. fil.TlMOAS & SOX,
Oak Hall, Boston Mass.
It pmliracM all the best q null ties of th KuRlinl)
und French suits, smt is particularly ntutiu-l to
th rvqiilrrnieutsorthe Amrrican liuutcrs. It is
niade hum thick (ilrad grass sbutle),wteniruufcj
by a, patt'iit prorss. unU Hrtivulur attcutiuu is
glvt-u to the riveting of it II the jsi ket comers
aud secure fasten inR of all the buttons.
Price of tbe Suit complete, including
Coat. Veat, Trousers, Hat, or Cap said
Havelock,
Srnd Postottlif order, (loods t C. O. 1). if
iretirred. To the trade we make Jibcral dis
tout. Hi l.ss you MEASl RkMi'ST. Waist, llreoat.
Inside svum of sleeve. Iuside seani of trousers
Kize ol hiad Mention height aud weight.
Semi fur circulur. Address,
O. W. SIMMONS & SON,
Oak Hall. Boston. Ma.
Wind-Proof, Flannel L)'n9d
Le&ther Tests and Pails.
I.UiliT IN WKIiillT Al STVLISII
IX APi'lAKANCl-:.
Affording an amount of comfort and protection
lieivtofore deemed imiossilile except iu t'unri'
Uou with heavy, clunuy Karilients.
MADS ONLY KY
G. W. SIMMONS & SON,
Importers of Kngli-h I 'Inter Overcoats,
OAK HALL, .... BOSTON, MASS
Headquarters for Military Good and
firemen's Outilts.
W e believe thesa arc the best protectors aiuim
bad vt euther ever dev ised, and the vei J great alio
item met with last aeaiou has led IK Iu Uiantllau
lure a large stock tor the presrut season. 'I ll
prices (reduced jo tie cut. Irolu last year's) nt
very rsouablei 7 for the vet, S' for the jaar
eu Ifpielerred, we Will uuike to order, trock
Ineasuie, at llie Mint price, bend for circular.
Measures required are simply these: Hreut, ,
Waist, . Inside team of sleeve, . Mention
height and Weight.
O. W. SIMMONS b SON, Oak Hall
BOSTON. ll-23-w
(iSsaji aay (vsuteM aalareu Wtag
i i i i i j ii ii ii i r . hv-1
Charges
'Waxafe.lxa.rte. .A.Trexx-aa).
( haaee-ry Mel tee.
Sttte of Illinois, County or Alexander.
Circuit ( ottrt of Alexander County, Jan.
uarjr Term, A. D., 18J7.
William W. Huey . Kitycna Uaratcbtr,
IvOiiNisnnf Uaraghiy, William 11. dale. l
clnda U. dale, Ciitlmrine dale, Jacoli 11.
liurroiiKh aod Robert L.Wilson, in Chan
cery. Affidavit ol tbo non-reMdctice of
Eugene (iaruxbty, loulsiunne (iaraKhty,
VAJ .11.-... 11 A 1 IJ n.u - .1 . . .
iiiiviii ,i. wait-, Aii-iiitin d. ivaiv wu .iiu
ariBf (iale, Jacob 11. Iturrougb and Robert
I.. W INon, tbe Uelcndants aliove named,
having been tiled In the office ol the Clerk
or said Circuit Court of Alexander County,
notice t hereby glveu to tbe said uou resi
dent defendants, that tbe complainant-tiled
his bill of complaint In said Court on the
haiicery side thcreol on tbe U'Jd day of
November, A. 1., 187U, and that a summons
thereupon issued out of said Court against
said defendants, returnable on the first
Monday of January, A. !.,. 1ST, as I by
iuw required.
Now. therefore, unless you, the said non
resident defendants, shall personally bound
appear belore the suid Circuit Court of Al
taandcr County on tbe tir-tduy of the next
Term thereof, to be hold en at the court
house In thcelty of Cairo, in said county, on
the lirt Monday f .lanusry, A. 1 ,
and plead, anwer or demur to the said
complainant's bill or c tinphtint the same,
and tho matter and thing there
in charged and stated, will be
taken as confessed, and a decree entered
a"alnt you according to the prayer of said
bill.
ltKl'UI'N S. YtHTM, C lerk.
GlEOIUiB l-'ISHKIt,
Complainant's Solicitor
Cairo. Nov. 22, A. I).. 1S7. oaw w
hitnrer) Keller.
.State of Illinois, County ol Alexsnder
Circuit Co ut of Alexander couuty,
January Term, A. 1.,
Henry Whiti amp vs. Klla Keid. Andrew
Held, .Mary Mublis, Xcphaniith Mubbs, Kosa
liurres and William II use, in Chancery
To ephaniuh Mubbs one of the above
named defendants. Affidavit havltg been
tiled in tbe office ol the clerk of said court,
that you Zephaniah Siubbs, on due inquiry
cannot be found, you lira hereby notilied
thut tbe complainant tiled his bill of com
plaint In said Court on the Chancery side
thereol on lheU;M day ol August,. L. I7ti.
and that a summons thereupou issuvdout
of said court againt said delendants, re
turnable on tbe Brst Monday of September,
A. Ii., lS7ti, as is by law required, and that
said summon was returned as to you "not
found.''
Now, therefore, uules yon, the 'laid
.ephaniah Stuhbs, shall personally l e and
appear before the said Circuit Court of Al
exander County on tbe tim day of tbe next
term thereof, to be holden at the court
house in the city cf Cairo, iu said county,
on the first Monday of January, A. l. 1m77.
and plead, answer or demur to the said
complainant's bill ol complaint, the same,
and the matters aud things therein charged
and stated, will be taken as confessed, aud
a decree entered against you according to
the prayer of said bill.
HEUHEN 8. YOCI'M, Clerk.
FlSHEK Si WHKRLRIi,
Complainant's Solicitor.
November 18, A. D., 1376. oaw-4w
I.AWTEHN.
JOHN H MTJLKET,
4ttorney at Law.
' CAIRO, 1LIXVOI3
OrriCE : At residence on Ninth HtieH. bet wee
Washington avenue and Walnut aire. t.
HOTELS!'
St.Oharles Hotel,
? RICrS REDUCED TO SUIT THS HE!
Room and Board, 1st and
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
2d
Room and Boar J , 3d Ploor SS 00 Per Day
Spaoltvl Rate hj Week or M oath.
A limited number of very desirable latuily
rooms can be secured at reasonable late lor the
Summer mouths.
The .t. Charles is the largest and best aupoint
ed House In Motitberti llliuois, and is the leading
hotel ia Cairn. Notwithstanding the "bed
Kock" reduction in prices, the table will, as
usual , lie lilierully supplied with the very beM
ol everything that cu be found in market.
t ine large sample rooms for commercial trav
elers, on ground Door, tree of charge.
CJA II bagguiceof guests couvej ed to and iron)
ine uoiei wituoui c.iiarge
K. K. KUNEW,
frourietor.
4-lS-tf
VAHIKTT NTOHE.
-York Storo
WHOLESALE AITS RKTAIL.
T an TgTfgt
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 18th St. and Commercla) At,
CAIBO. IIXIsTOIl
C. 0.
PATIER
& CO.
WAUOXa.
CARL PETERS,
HORSE SHOER,
BLACKSMITH
Wacon Maker,
HIXTH BTBEBT, Between OHIO
IVE AND COMMJHCIAL,
AVENUJd.
Meoufaoturea hie own Horse Shoe and
cau Aaaure Uood Work.
, PATRONAGE SOLICITED
1 aw
7M. . SMITH
Physician fc Snreeon,
Office la Winter' Block, comer Sevutb aud
Cuuiiuerrial Avenue, (entrance on Seveolh).
lUsideoosTblrtetiiia tret, west ol Wsabingtoa
vaatM. if.
nU BeaatreeV
Parties having old lelt or Bilk hats may
Lave the same repaired, and made) m
good as new by calling on F. B. Taylor,
at Mr. C Shelly's, on Eighth street.
moderate.
fflv Iallar SlcwaraV.
-ween the Bt. Charles hotel
m Ohio levee, a ladles
!"SS"SS"555?-oJd cross, book
e finder
Selves,
NO. 302.
STCAN BOATS).
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
-FOR
Paducah, Shawneetewn, Evans
ville, Louisville, Cinoinnatl
aod all way landings.
The elgant side-wheel stata
ARKANSAS BELLE,
Valtkh B. Pksximiitox ..Master
it ahi.ks I'eninoton Clerk
..Will leave Cairo eerjr VKDNEStlAT at S
o'clock ll. in.
1 be Beet steamer
IDLEWILD,
Hem Uowaao..
Kn. 1 HOM AS...
..Master
...Clerk
leaves Cairo everT SATLKDAY.
Each boat makes, close nonnections at Cairo
with tlm-claes steamers for HI. Louis, Mrm
phisaud New Orleans, and at Kvausville with
the h. A C. K. It. for all points North and Kaat,
and with the Juivilie Mail Steamer fo. all
pointo on Uie Upper Ohio, giving through re
ceipts on freight and passengers to all iioint
tributary
Kor urther information apply te
XUJ.. fULVEU, Passenger Agent.
HALLIUAVliKO!. ,.",.
I. M. I H1LUFS,
Or to O. .1. OKAMMER,
auperuiU udeut aud Uiueral Treight Agent,
io-3-iu-l. Kvausville ln4iaaa.
PAIMTAXDOII.S.
B. F. Blake
dealers to
?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
13fHJs3ZXJQSa.
Vail Faper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &o.
Always on hand, the celebrated illuminating
AURORA OIL.
Uroaii
JbfxalXctiaitT,
Corner Kleventh Street and Waahlna
too, Aveuua
IWtsl'RAHCh.
INSURANOE.
3 AFFORD, MORBIS
AND C ANDES
General
Insurance Agents
73 OHIO IEV,
City Hatioael Bank loilaing, ap-stairs.
The Oldeat EaUbliahed Aareuoy la Sou It:
rn IlUnola, repreaentinar trv
ter noo ooo
roAi
Goal (Coal.
PITTSBURGH.
PARADISE,
MT. CARBON(BIg Muddy)
PEYTONA OANNEL
COAL.
Orders for Coal by tho ctr-load
t.on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
WTo large oonsumers and all
aianufaoturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
veuia or year, nt tuuiorm rates.
CalatO CITT OUAL COMVAVT.
rf-Halliday Bro ' imos. No. 70 Ohio Lave
I lHairidaT hft waarfboal.
rvAt SaTi'iiaa Mill, ot
. tAl Um Ual Oaaa. toot ef Tavtr-SUhth
KfPost Oalae Drawer, aw.
tomuiiiL
aaawaaaS "
The ladles of Cairo art most respectfully
Invited to call at the new Variety Bracket
House, Commercial avenue, (Mrs. Swan
der's old stand), opposite Goldiilne A Re
nenweter's. A fun stork of Ladles' pateat
Toilet Albums; the finest, largest and most
complste stock o! Brackets and Frames
ever brought to Cairo, consisting of eorner
brackets, side bracket, vase brackets, clock
towel and hat racks, slipper and
afyer a new style of paper hold
eornprejnotto frames with flaas.
mechanical loAvle of rustic frames
eriee, manufactunu8,n.h!ngly low
al specimen, and agii ,
eaer exhibited. The grounul0 . tnt
the exhibition are lituated on thV'w.
the l'ennsylvanla Railroad and embrace
acre of Ealrmount Park, all highly lav
proved and ornamented, on which are
erected tbe largest building ever construe
ted Ave of these coveting an area of filty
acre ana COSling fO.uuO.WW. mne total
number of buildings erected for the pur
poses of the ax bywtion i near two hun
dred. During the tirtrts day Immediately
following the opening oi the exhibition a
million and a quarter ot peopv visited it.
THE PEMSYLVMIA RAILROAD
thi oxxat Txrjrr i.nri
AMD
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U. 8.
la the mat. direct; conveaunt and econom
ical way ol reaching Pbilaaev.w, ,id thia
great Exhibition from all seetloos or the
country. Its train too and from Philadel
phia will pass throuffh a erand Centeonial
depot, which tbe company has erected at
tbe main entrance to ta Exhibition
grounds for the accommodation of paaaen
gers who wl h to atop at or start from the
bttmeroua large hotels contiguous to thi
station anc the Kxbibltion a convenience
ol the greatest value to visitor, and afford
ed exclusively by tbe Pennsylvrnia Uail-
oad, which i the only line running direct
o the Centennial building. Excursion
rains will also stop at the Encampment of
he Patmns of Husbandry, at Kim Statlou
on this road.
Tbe Pennsylvania Railroad Is the grand
est railway organization in the world. It
controls seven thousand mile of roadway,
forming continuous line to Philadelphia,
New York, lialtiiuore, and Washington, over
which luxurious day and night car are
run from Chicago, M. Louis, Louisville, Cin
cinnati, Indianapolis, columbus, Toledo,
Cleveland and Krie withou change.
its main line Is luld wife double and third .
tracks of heavy steel rallsjupoa a deep bed
or broken stone ballast, and it bridgha are
all of iron or stone. It paecger train
are equipped with every known Improve
ment for couitort and sslely, and are ran at
faster speed for greater distance than the
train of any line on tbe continent. The
company na largely increased it equip
ment tor Cedtenulal travel, and will be pre
pared to build ia its owu shop, at abort
notice sutneient to fully accommodate any
. -. . I I n'l ..i, .
auj caii. iiTjiiiviiu. a ii, uiiriiuaiitsu re
Sources at tbe command of the company
of the company truarantee the most perfect
accommodations for all its patrons during
the Centennial Exhibition.
The magniheeut scenery for which tbe
Pennsylvania Railroad is so justly celebra
ted presents to the traveler over its perfect
roadway an ever-changinir panorama of
river mountain and landscape view une
qualed in America.
The eating stations on this line are un
surpassed. Meals will be furnished at suit.
able hours and an' pie time allowed lor en
joying them.
Excursion tickets, at reduced rates, will
he sold at ail the princlpul railroad ticket
office in tbe West, Northwest and South
west.
Be sure that your ticket read via the
Great Pennsylvania route to the Centen
nial.
FRANK THOMSON, l. M. BOTD, Jr..
lien. Manager. (Jen. Paaa'r Agt
Jy2-w7iu
Dr. Whittier,
617 StChsriesttrisCstTLouIs" Mo.
A tsealar pilaMt sf tw MaSltal CsUssss, kas WB taeear
asujSIa Um seul tnaiauat af all V9eral,S)ezaal
andChiani tsusm iaa aar staar raraUaiaSs.
Lsaak as clif papm aaaw, aa all al isaHtaw kasv.
vphilie, Oeaerrhasa, Gleet, Stricture, Of
ssitia, Meraie, er Hapwre, all ur
aad Syphihtie or mereertal affeatieea ef the
threat, akia e aeaea, sr mm arttaaasanaau
Mas, Utaw sataauss prtaMpua. aaaHy, rrifawij.
(Seeraseterrsj, Seaeal OebUrty aaS laaae.
ny.assasrisaaef atfaSassto raata, anal bmhm
Bataear sears, ar elktr aaaaakaai wkiak meats M
or ta aslavlae Smhii aanaaasass.
dMiiMr, aiauMaaf atfki, eMMUra mmm
ttm, sayaial lw), 1 s wsaHavaf
m iiii, mi m mm
(M Baa
Im Ik U klamlMil tm IkS thm al IBS liialiaial.
iansissaaaaaSraieaieallnrai. Cr
atM taaat isaraaMed. kmMinUU UU aarsaau.
isao aMi4,M.Mt r. at. lean is M.sl r.at
. (HaaaMeitosnyaddrees.ref'TtsNattaaaa.
MANHOOD " ?&Z?L"
WOMANHOOD iZL'ZZJZ
SinlleAaU three, for aOOsnU.
Maaaeee ea4 WsissSoe) la Osrsssa, tseth
SMashar, MuT4ad, IS Cents.
HARRIAGS ) PUS.
tBS GUI
Wlm alak Ui UShUaUlia.
nrTfi, VMdvrul m atMaraa, ua Is Ul arilskiaaa
war.
'BeskeaMBMrni B Uaa sapiirasaa y
Tha rsjaVSaa? aWpeaSmUoa. aa4 away I
afnaaraaaiaBiauae i
AnarakUaaracikia,IaaMrtlrsai kaawa a van a
sural aaTSHkia.beaikt s ka raa aU a4aD .
tkaa kskilu,M lata araaaoVaa.aaltl Tr
rMasssMSkr.kSaiase.
leMUkrsHil. OlMafcat tM4fM la AawrSM. f
DR.WHITTIER, ,
617 8t CHiries stmt. U Louis, Mo.
DR. WHITTIER,
611 St. Ckarlaa Straat,
Treats all funus of Veneral Diseases, Semi
nal Emissions and Sexual Debility, with
unparalleled success. No matter who failed,
call or write; jiamphlct or consultation free.
Can refer to the medical.profcssion in all
parts of the Country.
1H
lock Septal,
couan
WaablBa-taa
sa rvsushllai
a Ireela. CaU
eiMf. Illutasa.
Chartered by ate
State or llltnoia
for tbe expree
urtot oi aiTUigr
mined lata rein I
a all eases of private, eliroate, nod urinary di
sease in all their complicated forms. It is well
kuown that Dr. James lias stood at the bead ol
llie pnjfissiOD for llie uwt y-r. Ae end
eaperieDcesreall-iuiportant. SsrSrsinsu Wasaka
sh, nibt losses ly dreams, pimple oa tbe
face, lost ruaunowl. can
uoeiiKeiy im cunni
delicate atteoUea, call
Indies wanting the most
nrwipitn. HImuuiiiI kfiBfta
eieuaaut home for imlieut. book
lor the millloiu Jlarriatr Uuide, ,'ci ladle
you all about these diseaweawbo sWild Snarry
why not lo wau to f posiage. tr. Jautee
ha 10 room aud parlor. You e ao oa out
tli doator OOlce bjura. a.m. to T p.m. Ben
day, le lo li. All huaiaaa atrictly eeaSdea
jf, ' 4-a-dAW-lT.
"flnOtte'l niaiie ty erery aa-eut
kriwvw evrry luiaillt ia llie huaiueaa we
furaish, but tlioaa willma; lw work raa easily
earn a duleo dollar a day right iu lluur ut a localities-
Itaveao room lo explain here, fcusi
aaa pleasaat and aoaoralile. Woauaw. boya
aud a iris do aa well aa atea. We wiit Airaub
Ivrlee than aaTthiuat else. W will bear
v.iu a euoiuieie iMiiut ire. w
iMiaia
b'
iMsawof ataitia you. particular flee. Write
aadae. 'ariaeM and nw haak. tbesr aoe
and dang bter, aud all class ia Deed ul a lag
work at bora, aaould writ to us aa leaxa ail
about tho work at ease. Hew ia Uie tisaa
Dea't delay, AadiaM Tavs A Co., auss,
attire.
laa asiDWla aaaJMi waa avaf fT m.m3
rrasar aaaM aurr. Waa awry Srw. atisSst, Wi
aaD7l,aVnl wan ae eiwis a aallaaoe aa a
aaiasri

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