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RAILROADS.
TIME CARD.
LLINOI8 OKNTKAL RA'UIOAD.
TI1A1NS LX1VE OA 1)10
Mall at 12:13 a.m.,
.Dally.
n.xpresa tux) p.iu,,.,
freight 4:00 a.m.,... except Sunday
rrciguiai a.m......
rrelgbtat ... fiOO P.m.,.,. " "
AtllllVK ATCAIUO
Mall at l'SO u.tn., Dally
Kxprcs at -:0& p.m.,. ...except Sunday
Krelght at T:.'iO u.m except Monday
Vrelgbt at 10:03 p.tn except Hunday
rreiguiai cw p.ui,,....
lM-'MT-tf. .TAMr.a JoiiNiioN, Agent.
THE CAIRO AND V1N0KNNE8
RAILROAD.
Mt.lM.i
I JI K.
A I IK) TO
JIM I SNA I
Vll.l.h.
I AND LOIJH-
,-Miiund ufler.lunr Vlli passenger trln
a hi run ii ly except nnn.uj s 11 louow :
noma moiitm.
'alro, leave 6:Ma. m.
Vienna, arrivo 7:32 "
Marrlnl.urK, arrive USW "
Norrl City, arrive 10:18 "
Jamil, arrive loao "
wray vine, arrive hum "
Ml. Carmcl.arrhc 12:10 i m.
Inct'iinc". arrive , lsld "
" I'nlon Depot, arrlvo.,.. li'JO "
' leave 1:10 "
J1ndnn1.ll. arrive H:0Q '
Louisville, arrive 8:.V)
OOlNd fOUtll.
falro, arrive 10 M v. sr.
lenua, arrive H:4."i
IlarrUlmrg, arrive 7:0'2
.VorrisCUy, arrive, HKI&
Cannl. nrrlc n;3ij
(lra)lllc, arrive 4M
Jit Caniu-I, nrrhu... A-m
uiccnnen, leave si
" Union Depot, leai i 3:l.'
" ' armc .,. 'J:.H) "
f.incinnatl, leave ti-M a. m.
I.ouiivlllc, leave !):! "
CONNKCTIONS.
At Parm! with St. Loul and houtlica.tvrii
train to ami IroinKvaiiavlllR and point uett;
Leaving Cairo tit a. m.
Arriving In I. raiKVlllc,.., !t:t: v. M.
Leaving ' tM -
ArrltliiK In Cairo lotfia "
At Vlncenuci with Ohio and MU.istlppI
railway for Cincinnati and Louisville, and
all point eau and wet;;wlth Indlanap
oil and Vlncenne -railway lor
Indianapolis and til polnti north,
at and went; with Kvamtllle and Craw
lordivllle railway for Kansv1lle,Terra Haute,
laiivinc, wuicaKoanii an point norm, can
and went.
At fiorrls City with the Sp-lni;fjcld
and llliool Houtbeatorn railway for Shaw.
ik e town and .Springfield, 111., and points
iinrlli.
At Cairo with the JlllMlppl Central,
and Mobile and Ohio, for all point south;
witht'alro,Arkunat and Te.xa,for ull point
in Arkania audTexai.
MOUND CITT ACCOUMOVATIOtf.
I.CMe Cairo . T2.-3) j M.
" MoundCllty lnW "
M. II. (l(M)lnicil. (itn'l Ticket Ai;'t.
TIME TABLE.
8T. LOUIS IUOX MOUNTAlS
AND SOUTHERN' IIAILKOAD.
OinnlhuciarriVf at 11111I depart from the
ofUeo comer Seventh triet and Commer
cial Avcnuu a follow
Tcxa Exprtsi leave 1:00 a.m. Arrne
J:S0 a. n.
C'harleiton Aceouimodatloii leave 10:30
a.m. Arrive 0:15 a. m.
Columhti AecomoJallon leave 4.00 p. in.
Arm ci iua p, m.
twx.vTV.Poun iiol'hh i.r.hi iha.v nv a.vv
OTIIEU ItlltTB,
Time from Cairo lo Little Hock 1.1 hour.
To Tcxarcana a houm.
To .letlerton, Tcxa, 25 hour?.
To MarnhaU tn hour.
To Shroveport, liiblana, 2!j huur.
To Dallai, Texan, M hour.
To Ilearne, Texan, 3i hour.
To lluu'tnn, Texa. 41 hour.
To Ualvctton, Tuxas 41 hour. .
D. AXTir.r., Chlaf Knidnecr.
C. V. llKqi'l'.MIioi'lui, A(,'cnt, Tairo.
CO A I.
. THE CAIRO CITY
c
o
A
i COMPANY
, Are prepared to tupply cutointi
1 uitti the next
PITTSBURG'
AND '
ILLINOIS !
COAL
I.EAVK OllllKIlH AT
ririlalllday llro.V ofllcc. -No.
TO
Ohio Levee;
EfTUalliday Ilro.'a wharfhoa
jSTAt Kk'yptlun 31 UU; or
ISTAt
mo coat iiumn, root
ol
Thlrty-ol
ihrii Hrett.
Swill Iniu:emen3 to iim Coiu&m
I.TIMItEB.
SAM WILSON,
DEALKU IN
BOAT STORES
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
2Xo. XX O OXilo Xiovoo
CAIRO ILLS.
WALL & ENT,
.Manufacturer :itul Dealer lu
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER AND LATH.
CAIRO, ILLS.
rOFLAll.OAK, OYl'KUa, AB1I, OHM
AND COTTONWOOD, bUIt
FAOKD LU Mil Kit.
DHESSKD l'INK, AbH AND VOP
LAlt FLOOIIINO, OEILNG AND
SIDING.
jSTOIUco at saw mill on corner of 'J'wm.
tyeconu tirccv unit umu l.ccu,
lOC-B-24-tf
Hownpnpor ruivrntMiiKl iho mott cncrtretlo
aiul vigilant of ualciMou; tKiarossiiig tiiou
audi cadi ilay, nlwnya in the, lulvcrtlter's
lutcrest, aud ceaselcesly at work HenUlnj!
eintomers irom nil elaneii.
ill
OTPxom,
VOL. 0.
PLANTER'S HOUSE.
SO Ohio Ltevee
r
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor.
'Die Planter's lloii-c it located on Ohio Lcvcc Street in
CLOSE PKOXIM IT V T0I1A1XR0AI) DE
POTS AN J) STEAMBOT LANDINGS
And in Uiu Center of the UusincfM Portion of
and complete in nil itn appointments,
being elegantly furnished and carpeted
merit and the bent of accommodation.".
Trnnatcnt Guests $2 per Day.
A Trusty Watch, for Trains
LARGE STOCK
OH'ered
GREAT REDUCTION IS PRICES
11Y
Cor.. 8tfc St- and
DOMESTICS,
PRINT.
GINGHAMS,
LAEGE STOCK OF DRESS GOODS
LAWNS, SUITINGS.
.1 A VA NESE SI L1CS,
A LPAGAfc,
LAllfiE STOCK 01
Swiss. Maivuillcs and a
Stock will be sold at Actual
closed out.
Call and be convinced of (ireat
TERMS, STRICTLY
HENRY'S
Till!
Most Towerfiil llcalliic
Kior Discovered.
The wonderful eeleritywlth which tills
eomhlnutlon of c.Wtltnoi.lO ACID with
IITIIKIt bOOTlll.NO AND CU1IAT1VK KMOl-
:.nts
Heals tin- .Most Virulent Sores ami
Ulcers
l Hiuiethlii uklu lo the iuarvolou.
It l with nrldo tint the rroiirlutnr eall
attention to the gralifylii'.' (act that
IIYSICIAXS 01VK
IT TUB HIGHEST
PRAISE.
M BAD OF
iml tue It uu J prescrihe It In their praetico
Points to ho Borne in Mind-
CAItnOI.IC SAl.Vi: roslthely ctireH tho
worst Mire.
OAIU10LIC SALVK Instantly allay the
pain or mini".
i..iiuui,ii, I. cure uu euiuuuuui
eriiDtioii9.
t Aiiuuiin; sau i.rcmoTcs pimpiesnnu
hlotchcs.
CAItllO .10 SALVK w 111 euro cuu nud
hru d.
OAItltOl.IC SAI.Vi: ranks lit thu head of
nil salvef, OInt uent or other Heeling Com
pounds, uiu has ai:uii:vi:d a okkatku
IlKiai'ATION AND HAS A I.AKCIKU SAI.K
than any other similar prcpnratlou of
:oiitcmporuueuus Invention.
.old uverywerc. l'rico '!! cent.
IONU 1 IIKNIIV, CUltltAN .VCO.,
VropV, ti und 11 Co 1.1 grl'laee, N. V.
.'iT.wlt
irtSUMAX!IS
C. N. HUGHES,
General Insurance Agent
OFFICE,
Ohio Lcveo, over Jliithus k UhlV.
WSrHoue but jirtt'Class Companies
rcpmvnted.
INSURANCE.
Khtauubiied 1858.
Sail'ord, Morris & Ctuidoc,
Insurance Agents,
73 Ohio Lovco, City Notional Uank
liuilUing, Caiuo, Ills.
on uu .
r Agent
T io nldeHt established Aireney in Soiltliern
Illinois, representing oer
$65 000,000.00.
faifi
ETTLXiSTiisr BTTiXiODiira-, cob. xaarii stbeet
CAUIO, ILLINOIS. SUNDAY. AUGUST 9. 187-7. "
- CAIRO, 3MS
the City. The IIoo is new
The roomu, arc largo and airy, LoMde.4
(lue.tfl will receive courteous treat-
Day Boarders 20 per Month.
and Boats Day and Night.
Alt 0JU,
Of Hill GOODS
for Sale at
Commercial Ave.
SHEETINGS,
BLEACHED MUSLINS
CftETONES,
PERCALES.
ST LK POPLINS,
? WJTLTE (iOODS, Victoria Lawns,
Larsre Stock of Ribbons. This entiro
Cost, and continue until it is
Bargains.
CASH.
00 7-S-tf.
Bristol & Stilwell
F amily Grocers,
Keen ovorv thint' nerlainhiL' to tlio
lino of Staple and 1'ancv Oroeericj.
Woodenwaro, 'cj;et.iblcH, 1'ruits, Ao.,
fit!.
Fruit Jars Just received:
The Queen .'Mason's Porce
lain Lined top. Latest Im
proved jelly Glasses.
No 32 EIGHTH St.
OAIIIO, IXjXj.
" s a-
miGRAPHIG.
THE SCANDAL
MouUou will Sjifjak
Morrow Kight.
To-
Miss Cathorino Booclier Ap
peals lor tno irotection
of Herself.
MORE OF MRS- TILTON'S
EXAGGERATIONS.
Nk Yokk, Augutt T. Tho 1'iymouth
lnvftl(jatlii(; Comuiltteo willholC another
moutin tbi uvcnftig, chitlly for ttouiultn
tlon. bveral of thu uiinu witneilot turn
tnoood havo doulltiod to toitify, unit
ulher hfivo r.t yot given no answer. It I
rvmarkud by countol thiit n eonildcr&tlo
liuinbtr of witti'iten tiavo been rcquetlnd
lo apptarbttorutliB committee, who nro
only expe.cil to furnlnu unimportant
link lu thu ihaui of uvldonco; louiu of
them to tupply detail concerning tho
married lilo of Mr. ond Mr. Tllton, h
elm of ovlior.19 which tho courjuel of
Mr. Deleter consider osncntlnl to thu in
vestigation. Cuuutel also lay that it It still uncer
tain whether Mr. liecher will preiunt n
written ttatement to thu commlttoo, or
(Imply aubmit to oral examination. Ho
will be governed by tho wibcj of tho
committee. Ho ha not received liny
burnmon from thum to tettify and tho re
port that ho has drnwn up u writ
tun itatumtnt which ho will read to
tho corumitteo is Uoclarod to Lo prema
uro. Member of tho committed say it is Im
poislble to tell when tho Inborn of tho in
vuitlgation will bo ovor. It I not docided
whether ltMcher will bo called on Mon
day evening, or at a lator dalo. ni It is
thought poitiblo that tho presentation of
Jiouiton'i tettmony may uggeit the cull
ing of othor witneiics attsrward.
It i suggested by ono of tho lawyers
employed upon tho 'case, that tao commit
tee may conclude, it unidviiablo to present
their report for tho consideration of Ply
mouth church until tho return of many
who uru nuw away for tho tumnior, and
a full meeting of the church ia possible
MR. MOULTO:f bAXD
yesterday : "I havo hitherto endeavored
lo bring about peauo between lleecher and
T.Hon, and I ahull continuo to do to. 1
hopo to rcmovo ull tnisunier
lauding, and bring tho jiurtie to
un intulligunt realization cf their
olf-Interest." Moulton had a long
cuniumiioii wmi tnree criminal lawyer
and two lawyer, im well ti with Jlunj
arnln F. lliiller Tho roiu.t cf ull those
tnlk U fni.l w U that ilr. Moulton will
not b t too much of a lriend to Tilton to
Join in his bitterne, or of Mr. IJeechor
io refuse to toll a fair story.
Kx.Judeo .Morris eaid that thoovidonco
ho w'ns ungAgw.ii) ihisioshoo, and which
to tlio trial, was the most cunvincinganu
contliuive which he had over known in
uny caso of law, and in particular thut
Mr Tilton't etatcmetit concerning her
husbitnd't cruelty, aud his locking her in
nor room liko u prisoner, hi freezing and
ttnrving her will bo shown to bo such
Action '.hat it tbero u any instantly in tho
fnuuly at nil, tbn ciiarga will lie at
tho door nut of Mr. Tiltun, but of his
wife.
The ltav. iJr. I'.lcbard Hlorrs publishes
n abort letter this morning. Ho any in
respect to Mrs. Elizabeth Tilton't testi
mony beforo the Brooklyn committoo :
"tibuis reproBcuted ns making the follow
ing stutetnent concerning h couversution
which tho tolicited with mo at my house
in March last, in which tlio ascribed to
her husband tho real authorship of it let
fer written by ber hand which had been
shown to me 15 mouths before. 'Doctor
titorrii looked up at uiu ond said I wish I
had known that n wool; ago, bociuso on'
that loiter alone 1 believed Mr. Uoechor
to bo a guilty man. Ho was in a hurry,
and hesuld that if 1 wanted to talk fur
ther, ho would like mo to sua his wife.' "
Uf this etatomeut Dr. Storra writes: "1
made no such remark to 'rt, Tilton con
cerning Mr. Headier, kho muHt havo
attributed to mo an impression which
whs resting heavily on her own mind,
tnough 1 excused mytolf from general
and prolonged conversation on tho matter
with which her present tcHtiniony is
largely occupied. It was not until abo,
in a half honr'u tullr, had raid all that tho
wantod to say In regard to tho origin of
tho loiter referred to, and certainly noth
ing could havo boen further from my
mind than thu thought ot roferrlng her
to my wifo for further conversation on a
matter so entangled and evory way
painful."
AS INTEUVIEW WITH HOW KN.
Ni;w i oriu, August 11 rho Urooklyn
Kagle publishes an Intorviow with Honry
O Uowen, who is represented n Baying of
tho Heocbor-Tilton casa:
"This entiro businosa has caused mo
much pain. I havo no hand in it and do
not wish to have. Tho publio will yot
learn that tho attacks on me woro brutal
und unjustifiable. I only keep quiet under
them in deference t my family. Although
my namu lias been mixed up in this scan
dal. I have not made any charge against
anybody yet, and thoroforo. 1 havo nut
boen Invited by the commlttoo to appear.
If subpoenaed in court, ofcouno, 1 have
to appear. '
llowou nlludod to thn agitation shown
by Mr Uookor In i'lymouth church,
caused by her belief in lleoolior's immor
ullty, and but for the tact that sho was ro-
strainod, ho would u.wo announcod It to
lliHConurecatlon.
Ileiny asked If Needier ovor did him an
injury, Ilowen : "I could construe, his
coursu unkindly. I considuiod it all along
mv dutv ncvorthloss to rotaln mv nositlon
and now in tho ohurch, because 1 intondod
to be thoro ufier him, as I wot thero boforo
liim."
As to Tilton, Jiowctf said hn did not
rum which WltV it WOtit With him. Thn
end must necessarily Justify mo boforo tho
public, and I will never go down to my
i:ravo wituoui ) ""morning concern
ini: my relations with thte wcandal
"Moulton," continuod Ilowen, placed
in an awkward position, hut I boliova ho
will tell tho truth, 'lho
8TATKMUNT OK WOOllUUJ.I,
oll'orod tu tlio commlttoo should havo been
recoived. Wero 1 n momlior of tho com
mittfo I would i.ccept testimony Irom
0Try gorc."
a.itx) -wabhin-gtoit
LKTTJtR FK0M 1IR, BKICHn'a SISTER.
Nk-v Ynntc, August 7. Tho following
rijivnt V'iUUIiUVI I
To tho Editor of tbo Tribuno' Sir
until rocontlv I had lupposcd that tba
secular, and especially thg rellglou prut,
would maintain the sacrod rule of justice,
that established character u full oldnnr
against unproved attacks. 1 had tup
posed that tbo cliarcts aeatutt such m.
character would be treated at t slandir
till fully proved. 1 am an older sister ef
tevon ministers oi Christ, of whom I can
aay that, from tboir tarly childhood, I
never know uf an tmrure word or act bv
any ono ot thorn, and, therofore, when th
ono who, from early youth, has proved a
modol lovor and husband, was accused br
a hapless woman, tortured Into slf-accusa
tbn. in temporary insanity, 1 tuppoted
established character was hit mre protec
tion, and fell it a Insult to him, hit family
and hit Church that "an Investigation'
was demanded, to prove hit Innocence.
and it hat been n shivering aenso of dang
er to ovory
DELICATE AND l'Ung WO WAN,
that it It so often clainiod that in this
cato thoro must be "tutpendtd judgment."
X regard this treatment of rny brother at
declared war on womanhood. It It
practically saying, "Let may rllo woman
r viler man aocuse any lady of tbo most
disgusting crime, and the shall be sus
pended beroro tno public as guilty until
sho proves her Innuconco. In tho publio
papers already puro and distinguished
ladles arc being assailed, as it my brother,
and 1 ask ovory honorable man who hat
a mother, wifo or slater he respects to
como to tbo rescue, by maintaining that
all pertins ahull be treated as tlandorert
who circulato unprovokod attacks on es
tablished characters.
This it not written In aid of a brother,
who is turo to bo still moro boloved ana
respected than ever. It Is an appeal for
tho protection of myself.
Signed.) CATtixniNE E. BrrcriKH.
Brooklyn, N. Y., August 7. 187-1.
MOULTON'S EXAMINATION roSTl'ONJlD TO
MONDAY.
N Evr YonK, August 7. To-day Mr.
Moulton was bunlly engaged In the pre
paration of his statement to bo
submitted to the investigation com
mittee. Several of the members of the
comuitleu having expreaaed their desire
lo leavo the city to-morrow afternoon for
tbo country, requesting their chairman,
Mr, Sago, to make an arrangement with
Mr. Moulton to postpone hit ttatement
until Monday. Accordingly Mr. Stgo
Indited tno following epistle and tout It
by a messenger to Mr. Moulton.
.1 fan A unn. &ui. . . A . J . muuiiuu.
Esq. Dear Bin When you appeared
before tho committee, on Wednesday last,
you stated you might possloly be pre
pared to proceed witu your ttatement
this (Friday) evening, and that It to, you
would lot us know in the morning. The
commlttoo much desired to have you do
tit, to accommodato several of their nam
tor, who wiihoJ to go out of town for the
riabbatb.
Not having hoard from you, however,
as promised, you will not be ready for
tin evening, anil 1 therefore bee lo tug
gest that If convenient for you, your ex
amination bo fixed for Monday afternoon,
at 3 o'clock. This will enablo all who
desire t take a rest out of the city during
tho Sabbath. Will you be kind enough
talnrjn.rno liv bearer whether this will
Very "truly yours,
H. W. tUoa, Chairman.
Mr. Mculton replied, consenting to tho
rouqest, and will appear beforo the com
mittee Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
In tho evening tho committee of in
vestigation met and held a consultation,
lasting about two hours, and at its con
clusion, visitod tho residonco of Iletcher,
wbero they remained closeted until a late
hour. Tbero will bo no session ot the
cornmittco to-morrow evening.
TII.TON'8 PARENTS INTXnVIEWED.
Yokk, August 7. Tho 'Tribune'
to-morrow will publish an Interview with
tho paronts of Thoodoro Tilton. They
refuso to boliovo Mrs. Tilton guilty until
the confesses to them, and express un
diminished faith in their eon, and Indig
nantly deny tho story of hereditary in
sanity in the family
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El
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in mo exposition.
NO SEWING MACHINE RECEIVED A
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A FEW 0001) REASONS:
i a Now Invention thoroughly tested
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on both side, on all kindsol good.
ItllUS 1.1KUI, oiuuuiu, iuiitcu-BB, aim
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I. Durable Huns tor yearn without ro-
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Stitching In a Superior manner.
U l most cuisiy munuguu iiy uiu lauda
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an tno Automatic i) rou reou. wnicu in-
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lias our now i nreuu iiiniroiier, wuicu iui
low easy movement of nuedlo-bur and
prnvcntH Injury to thread.
p. uousirueiiuu muni, unimiii h ;
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GERMAN PHYSICIAN.
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WHOLESALE GROCERS
ommission Merchants,
Agents American Powder Com fa j,
. s? OHIO ZXYXK. CMMtn-
Wood Rittenhouse A Brotbtr
Aim
General Commimion Mhoxaut,
133 Ohio Ixtm. Cairo.
AYEBS k 09
FLOUB
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QSNISAL COMMISSION MUMIAIll
J. M. PHILLIPS,
KORWAKDlNd
Commission Merchant
WlIAREAOAT PnOPBUTOR.
I'repropared to forward all kindi of
Freight to all points.
trJ-lluslncM attended to promnUr.
11. A. Thotna L..Tswfc
THOM8 k BBOTHBB,
fiuccetom to H. JUtotea,
COMMISSION ME&CHAHTS, BROUIS
AMDSIAUDUCt
taplo and rnor OrMulM,
foreign and DometUo
PBTTITS J&.N-D XTXTTB
1M ComaerclaJ Arena,
OAIBO. . . 1MJ0M.
C. CLOSE,
GEUEUAL
Commission Merchant
And Dealer In
Lime, Cement, riaator.Hair, 4o.
OHIO LEVEE.
tari will fell In car load lot!) at muniac
ttirtrn prices, adding freight.
JOHN B. PHILLIS & 80N.
tSiuwN'iOi- io jouii n. riuiiiB,)
General Commission
AND
F0RWABO1NG MERCHANTS,
Dcalen lu
HAY, CORN,
OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, lo.
igeuts orLaflin & Rini Powder Coapanj.
COH. TENTH ST. A OIUO LEVEE,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MILLER. 4, PARKER,
General Commission
AN IV
FORWARDING MERCH S.
Dealers lu
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY, 4c:
Agents for Fairbank's Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILL.
N. B. ThlsUewood. I. J. ThtstIwo4
THISTLEWOOD & CO.
O.EKEKAL
Commisssion Merchants,
Ifoalcrs lu
Flour, Corn, Oats, Hay, io
No. 78 01110 LEVEE,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS
nnRKKY, HARRISON & CO
(Sucoetton to D, Hurd.'A'Boi.)
AA.
Commission Jtferchau..
FLOVB.aKAIH AW HAT.
No 63 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILL.
NKW YORK STOxttf,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
UiBOMT TUIRT a TOOK IV THI Ct
ttOODB BOLD V1BY OL081.
ovmar f If UaelaU air tut fm
StUMrttfttl AVCBBtK
OAIBO, ILLINOIS.
t:. O. IfATUW
WOOLCTT'S PAIN PilNT
Cure all kinds ol pain. Forial bj
BARCLAY BIO'S.
finnanITmetz
)t agent for Alexander, Pulaaki, Ualoa
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