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UMHTIAN CHUHUU KlghUenth street
botwoen wasnuwonana walnut.
I'reacbtog erory tnlrd and fourth Sunday
SUBUSJ CUOOl H O l. Bit
t'rsyer meeting Wodnosday evening,
It U Thimulk, l'aslor.
rruaclitntf, Sabbath at 101 a.m. and 74 1'.ta
k'rtTer mouKt wsunsaaay 17 P.
labbath School. 8 p.m. J.M. Lanade
. Lanaden, Bu
oertntendent. HlV. II. Tu.
KTaOUlflT.-Cor. Eighth and Walnut BU,
Vreachlng, Sabbath at 11 a.EL, and 7 p. m
. l'rayer maeunK, n eaneiuay, it p.m.
Sabbath School, 8. p.m. U, W. SUllwsU
.MoerlnMndent. ItBV. J. L. WAM.I.H
IIUUOU Or TI1E UEUKKMJUt-(BpUoo
ornlnir prayers. Sabbath 101 -m-
Ktening prayers, lap.m.
"abbetb School, 9 a.m.
IUV. Ciuh. A. (IILHXHT, lleutor.
T. l'ATMOK'B liUUHCU Ninth bl. toil
t'ubllo iorrlce, Sabbath 8:10 tad H4 ,u..
Vsiers, 7 p.m.
jjabbath School. 2 p.m.
tfsrtlce every day, 8 a.m.
ItBV. r. J. O'li.atxoiil.4, l'rtest.
T.JOBKfU'B C1IUK0H.-(German,) cor
ner of Walnut and Cross streets.
Mam. every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. m.
Yeipers, Up. m.
Ma during weok days, 8 o'clock a. m.
treat between Washington Avenue and
Preaching Hunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Habbath School at i o'clock p.m.,-J
Hkv. U. DnaKsenNBu. Pastor.
lOUNd MiLN'B C11K1BTIAN ABHoCIA'
TtUN. Uegular meeting second Monday
rtcli month at their room over Ilockweu
A Oo'a book store. Commercial avenue
Woekly l'rayer meeting, Vriday,7t p.m. at
L. W. BTlLLVf ill. President.
KCUND UlBSlONAJtY UAITIBT
CliURCll. Corner Syeamore and Forty-
nrti Bireeu. rreacning nanuaui at 11
o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m.
hunday Hchool 1 o'clock p. m.
The church li oonneoted with the IUlnoli
Association, by the first Missions ry llap
llkt Church ol Cairo.
ltV. Bolomoh LxoNAko, Pastor.
.nilOAN MKTUODIST. rourtsnth,be
tween Walnut and Cedar.
Bervloee, Habbath. 11 a.m.
Habbath Hchool. It p.m.
Class meets at 8 p.m.
COM) KiUCB WILL UAITIBT- nf
teenth Street, between Walnut and Cedar.
Service! Habbath. U and 8 p. m.
ItBV. N. ItiOKa, l'aitor.
UKK WILL UAITIBT UOMK MISSION
HAUI1ATU SCUOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Street.
Habbath School. 9 a.m.
IIUJT KKEK WILL UAITIBT CUUUCU
Services, Sabbath 11 a.m., 8p.m. A 71 p.m.
Hbv. Wm. Kbllbt, Pastor.
JWBT MISSIONARY BAPTIST CIIUUOU.
Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth BU.
Preaching Habbath. 101 ".m. and 71 p.m.
l'rayer meeting. Wednesday evening.
Preaching, rridey evening.
."abbatb School, 11 p.m. John VenUazter
aud Mary Stephens, Superintendents.
fur. T. J. SiioRBj, Pastor.
rCOND UAITIBT CHUKOH Fourteenth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
only llapUit church recognised by the As
sociation. viticm, Sabbath. 11 a.m. 8 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Itrv. .11 con Dradlmt. KIder.
,. 'O OOMMANDKHY, No. U.-BUUd
As. v -nbly at the Asylum Masonic II all, fin t
rd Mondavi In each month.
.x.'UO COUNCIL, No. M. Regular Convo
call.u at Maaonlc 1111, the aecond Friday
in each month.
.'AIKO C11A1TE11 No. 71. Regular Con.
vocation at Maaonlc Hall, on the third
Tueday ol every month,
AUK) LOOOC. No. 237 F.A A. M -lUrU-lar
O-jimunlcatloni at Maaonlc Ilall, the
aof d and fourth Mondaye of each month.
il.LXANDKR LOOOK,ZM-MeUtn Odd
KeUowa' Hall, In Artor't building, every
Tburiday evening at a o'clock.
(lovernor John L. Ueverldge
Wretary of Bute Oeorgo U. Uai
Auditor of Bute C. K. Uppltoott.
ji.ih 'rruai'iritr (Juiier Hutl.
Attorney Ueneral Jame li. lMiall.
jupt. Public IrutrucUon-NcwtOj liateman
henatora Itlcbord J. Ogleaby and John A.
llepreeobUtlve Klgtiteenth Utitrlct Iiaoc
MKhllKRH OKNKUAL ASSEMBLY.
RepremiUtatlvea In the 60th dlntrict.
obn II. Oberly, Wm A. Lemma and Math
w .1. lmtcore.
tjauator for the 50th dUtrlut Jee Ware.
Judge V. J. linker, of Alexander
M.tuV Attorney Patrick II. Pope.
Clerk R. S. Yocum.
Slicrltf A. U. Irvtn.
Wm. Martin Aaaeasor and Treanuror.
Surveyor .lohn P. Ilely.
Judge- F. Uroaa.
Afaoclatoe-J. K. McCrlte and B. MarcbU.
Clerk Jacob O. Lynch.
Corouer John li. Qoaaman.
THE CAIRO CITY
Are prepared to eupply cuitomera
with tUe best
LXAVR 0IIDBUB AT
ISrHalllday Uro.'e oQlcc, No. 70
jar At Egyptian Mills; or
J3TAI the coal dump, foot ol
T Ulrty-elghth atrect.
lmi iltmii to Lir;t Comuner
EoW. Wood & Oo
PHI L ADEL AHI A, PENN.,
Founulns, Y-i-ei, Animals. Iron Stairs,
- ' ..' U..1.I. Vlllt.. .
JiHUiu l oiia nuiuio a 11nu5.it
JAST, WROUGHT & WIRE RAILINGS
NKW and IMROVKl'DCUAIR forlheatrei,
Concert and Lecture UalU.
And a Geueral ABaortmunt of Orna
raoulal Iron "Work
TUKMi AY, NOVKMUKlt 10, 1874.
"Materialization" in Mis
AHiUMSIIINU Al'l'AUATIONS AT
THK RK3IOKNUK OK THK MK
1)1 UM MOTT, IN UCOTIiAN O
i;uuTY UUOSTfl IN tVUISK
KRtt ANO IMOADULOTH HAND
HUMK HPKOTHKa-A GHOSTLY
FORM SUDDENLY DIBIPATKD
u a i'LASII OF iilOHTNlNO.
iiihc kiJio, a lomewhit well.knowu
raiiona... , wntei at followi from Mem
pbli. ftcuun I couuty, MUiouri, to the Hi,
Louit Di.,..,crat. under d&to of On. -if.
On luavi. v' ttiacitv liu wnnk t.vi.u n,.
farnoui iiuuium Mr. Moll, of Memphli, In
tbo intereau of asience, 1 promlied to tivo
. o. jwuii iiiociaiioM 01 national
mi a uiam. unvarn thud rcnni ,.r i.a
phenomena, if any 1 ihould be permitted
to wltnen, lata to como through tbu inedl.
uuiiuip 01 mat remarkable man.
Air. Atoll a roildance la a little way out
town: an humble cottaco aiKmllnn ..ir
k . . ....... . " . --
j iiuoji 11 luura can ua loumi ni
hiding. .Ccf, not even a cellar. To afford
uio aujulu unuurlunliv or mi irln,
ielf aa tu ILh hunuitv nt lha
be allowi mo to lodgo In bii domicile, and
eat at hit table.
Lett evonloL- wat the third toance tlnoa
my arrival, aud wat held at Mr. Mntt'a
houte. He dooi not alwart. howafur h.m
thnrn at hli hmi.A f n ti..M .1
where. When ho Out bocame a mad 1 11 in
nit toancei wero held lor about a year at
tho reildence of Mr. 1'itkln. a nromlnant
cmzon 01 jueaipmi, wno entertained, free
01 cnarge, an comen wno wlibedto lnvot
tlgato the phenomena. Nor oould Mr.
Uott, for a loot: time, be neriuaded to aa.
cept of any compot-iatlon for bit loti of
lime In lending himielf to the cauie.
At 1 cannot, in a tingle letter, furniih
you more than an inkling of what baa fal.
leu under my obiorvatlon, allow me to
confine myielf for tho preteot to the pbo
nomona or latt night.
The weather wat counted unfavorable.
About nightfall it began ttorming. There
were frtuenl dathet of rain, accompanied
by muttering thunder and vivid light,
J. bo medium always allowi b mietf to
e band cuffed and tied down to the floor.
when partlea dtilro it. Uavlo? taan him
Ironed one. I cared not tn h It rxnait.
1. Ho, at my rejuett, be waa left tblt
time unbound. Several intelligent gentle
men of Kirktville. Mo., and three ladlea
of Canton, lilt, evidently well informed,
uu icjjuica 10 do nigoiy educated, made
y our circie ior toe mott part.
The light wat turned down till we were
left in a toft duiky twilight. After a few
minuter, the curtain concealing the aper
ture of the cabinet In which the medium
tat entranced wat iwept atide by a while
hand rather indiitlncuy teen acrott the
little room: then a lace auDearaJ. looking
decidedly human. Iovued forward, 1
pproacned tne aperture, but did not
recognize the countenance. The atorm
without continued unabated, l'eerloe
narrowly into the face of thettraneer.mv
eyet within a few inchtt of the feature!
1 wat Bcrutlnizine. while at the tame time
trying to ca.ch the whiipered wordt fall,
log from lipt reputed gboitly, I wat itar
tled by a rttth ol liitnnlnir. which, eteam.
inr tbrouich the cotUite windowi. fell
with dazzling effulgence udoo the counte
nance before me.
The butt of vM.ln"r"- - " ,
M clearly revealed to my gazr, and
appearing very like a being made up ol
common drib and blood, 'l'hs figure wat
neatly clad in black clotb, fathionably
cut; wat bareheaded; bad tnort dark
hair, and lone, brown chln-whlikart, flow-
log down upon and partly concealing bit
boiom. The l-ghtnioe made mm wince a
little and Hart back ; but directly recov
ering from the thock, he came up to the
aperatu re again, bowing pleaaanlly, and
making an meiiectuai inon 10 tpoaa.
Now, where, laid I to myieli, Moettbti
boini; come from? The only mortal
locked up in the cabinet It Mr. Mott, and
tbit man it at much unlike Mott at I am,'
The apparatlon, however, did not patt un
recognized. Turec gentirmen 01 rurm
vllle, identillod, they thought, beyond per
adventure, tblt viillor at a young man
who diedteveral yeart tlnceal Kirktville.
They held conversation with him at con.
liderablo lenctb. On belbg told that he
belonged to tho order of the free Matont
I aiked him to give me toe matter
Meion' word. He pauied a moment, at
if to rtcollocl; then aluwly, but very dii.
tinully pronounced the long bard word.
After him came a womnn't face and figure
attired In rich, well.Qttlng, female baulll
mentt. Tbli apparition introduced her
lelf to me at my iplrlt-iltter Mary; re-
minded me or having mot her at .Moravia
two yoart ago, where the materialized
and ttood beioro me in a bright light.
Yet. but vou now look younger.' 1
renlied. 'and teem quite too cirlitb for my
We canuot,' reiponueu tno, id b tuit
whitper, 'alwayt mako ourtolvut appear
tho tame. (Joaditloni vary ; and we are
todepondont on condltioni, not alone to
make ouriolvea vltble, to apeak and act,
but likewlio to think, when wo iane upon
ut oartbllnott, mortal magneiitm, aim
come within the medium tpbero or
thought and fooling,' taylng which the
leaned toward mo and carelessly paiaed
hor hand ovor my forehead, cheek and
temple whitporing meanwhile, but in 10
woakavolco,! underttood out nine me
ultored. Finally, drawing tho edge of
the cuitain over her face, the made the
toundof akin. Now, protting my own
llpt agalntt the curtain, 1 received xrom
ner a aua turougu 11. a uavo tuuuu an
apparatlom willing to touch, but not to be
touched. Tbey oiler ai a reaton for tblt
that conUctunlesa it bo but Initantane
out. takei away tbeir itreostb. When
thoy touch ut it It quickly done; gener.
ally two or three tapt given in rapid tuc
coition. Tbe only exception to thli, in
my ezperlmenti, occured in a previout
toance, wbon 1 tbruit my arm Into tbe
cabinot up to tbo thcalder, aiking tbo
ipirltt to give mo a teit by laying bold of
my arm with at many at three handt. In.
ttanlly I felt the firm, doliborato grip, in
three teperate placet upon my limb, by
what leotntd to be banJt, while a fourth
tapped my band repeatedly with tome
thing that felt illky.
Boon after tbe dliappearance of Mary, a
whitkered apparition, wearing ipectactei.
and lookinir a man near forty, pretented
hlmiolf and callod for a vounc lady prei-
ent, Mitt Kate Dwlre, of Canton. The
girl ipraog to her feet much ezeited, and
look a itep or two toward the cabinet;
pautlng, the taid wim a quivering voice :
'Tit mv father.' Ueoomina greatly agi-
tated. the could not for a timo be urged to
a cloter aDoroicb. Tbe apparition in-
alited that the ihould come nearer. She
till hetl tated, confeiilng herself afraid,
whereupon the apparition uegan 10 weep
When aiked tbe cauie of bit grief, he re
plied: 'Oh I it burtt me to think that my
own dear daughter it afraid ol me.' Kin
Dwire at length put on luOlcient courage
to so ud to tbe anetture. aad there talked
and woDt for teveral minute. Tbe icon
waa truly touching. Tbe young lady waa
finally to overcome that ale required aa
tlatance to get back to ner aeat.
very myaUrloualy yeart ago In Hi. Loula,
Tbia apparition, claiming to be tbe tame,
told Kale that he wat murdered for hli
money. Mlaa Kato Dwire retidea with
her widowed mother at Canton, it a young
widow of noble tearing, rare accomplitb
taenia, and, I am told, of Urge tcitnllflc
Neat came to tbe aperluro a tall, ill-ver-baired
apparition, and called for two
ladiet prtient, Mrt. Carrie Dlack. and
Mra. Maggie Kntwlitlf.bolh of Canton. III..
and tiiteri. They have the appearance or
lauiet potioiiing auperior qualltlea and
high intelligence. Itetponding to tho call
mm aiacruy, tney approached tbo apart
ure, yet with manifttt trtnldallon. lAan.
ing upon and tupportlnif eaoh other. Tka
apparuion proietaed to be Jamta H. Mc.
Call, who died about one year ago, away
from borne, I think, at Mountain City,
Nevada. Tbe two aittert owned him their
father, and wept convulllvely. At loon
atame to compote themielvet thoy com
menced a convocation with Mm which
latted ten or fifteen mlnuii. n.nii,,. 11..
Interview, which teemed to li il.liu
. 4 t II tr l . 1 ai .
avuut lauiiir auairi, luo laain iri-qutlltlv
broke down, weeping at I. air heart!
1 than be compelled to omit tbo won.
deful teiti aeveral gentlemvii preient
uiaunou to navo ODiaineu auritg tbo te
ance. in my next letter 1 thall sive
tome account of theiu.
A tfIKCELLArOL'a AKSOIITMEMT OK Al'l'A.
ileforo tbe aeance cloto. a number of
apparitiont; one after anotbor, came out of
ins cabinet among ui, bowing gracefully,
and tapping ut plat fully on our beadt.
Una of tbe number itemed a child about
four yeara old, and waa recognizol by Mr.
urewington, a merchant of Kirktville, at
hit little brother, who died in Indiana.
The atorm that began with the aeanco
wti now at Ita height. After tho child
utt mentioned had returned to the cabi
net, biding itiolf In tbe darknett. out
ruthed a white-robed apparition tn tbe
gulie of a woman, advancing toward me
with open armt; rltiog to my feel I of
fored my band to the unknown being;
abe gently lapped my Sogers and in dia
lled wkiipert claimed me for her aon.
At tbia Juncture a aharo Huh of liehtnlnc
illuminated the room, making the anowy
garroenli of the apparition gliiten and
her fealurei glow. Rut I cannot lay that
my recognition of ber wat entirely clear
and latlifactorv. The lishtnlniranneared
to deprive her ef atrength amf power to
prtierve intact her materialization. 1)1-
tctly beginning to reel, and ttagrered
backward, aba aank to tbe floor at the
threshold of tbe cabinet. aoDaronllv in a
dinolving ttat. Lying there the looked
not unlike a melting enowdrift. But tbe
abimmorkg beap, after a moment, became
to all appearance, a cloud of white vapor
in tbe air; and In tblt form, what wat
left of tbe apparition floated into tbe cab
inet. 1 will cloae tblt letter bv tbe mere men
tion of a phenomenon witoened tblt
morning, which ttruck me at the mott un-
aeawerabto of anything I've met with.
Mr. Mott hu a little girl, three yeara old,
named Elite. Using teld that the spirits
bad once or twice written for this cibld on
tlate when tbe but held ber Angara on
tbe frame thereof, I nerauaded ber to trv
the experiment for me. Ho placing, a bit
r pencil on a clean alate, then oreiiing
tbe tlate agalntt the undoralde of a table
leaf, with her tiny (login on the frame,
the pencil atralgbtway began to move on
tbe alate. We could h ave heard It acroia
the room. When done It gave ua notice
by rapping. Taking out the alate, I waa
mazed to hod a thrilling communication,
igned Mary and Nancy the names of
two dsparted aittert. One aide of the
late waa about half covered
ilb the writing. The letters were well
lormed, every word correctly spelled, and
noining aooui toe pnysicai force wnicb
was necessary to move tbe pencil, we ask
whence came the inttlligtnet contained in
tbe communication? The child, through
hose mediumibip it wis given, hai not
yet been taught the alphabet.
be great discovery of ihe
age. There is no palu which
the Centaur Liniment will no
relieve, no swelling which it
will not tubdile, and no lamo
nen which It will not euro
,-.Tbls it strong language, but
OIJvf tbe recipe In printed around
each bottle. A circular containing certlfl
cate of wonderful cures of rhcumatlttm
neuralgia, lock-jaw, (.pralns, twelllngH,
hcaldn, caked breaatt, poUonoue bite frozen
feet, gout, saltrhcum, ear-ache Ac, and tho
recipe or the Liniment will bo tent gratia to
anyone It it the mnut wonderful healing
and pain relieving agent the world ha evfr
producrd. It nell.4 as no article beioro did
M-ll. and It sells because it tlootjuit what it
pretend to Uo. One bottle of the Centaur
Liniment tor animals (yellow wrappcr)is
worth :i hundred dollars for upavined,
trained or galled horses and mnlei, and for
tcrow-worm la sheep. No family or stock
owner can afford to be without CentaurLln
Iment. l'rice,W cents; largo liottlisSI. J
U. Rose .V Co., M Uroadway. Now.
CA.STOItIA is more than a aubsiltutc for
Csstor Oil. It Is tbe only sake article In ex
teUnce which is sure to regulate the bow
els, euro wlndcolic and prtducc natural B'eep.
It It pleasant to take. Cbiluren need not cry
and mothers may sleep 10-7 wly
Vuloan Iron Work
H INT II KTBEET.
JOHN T. RENNIE, lJi
Foiwta and Firs Fittiko,
isnnnnuira and renarrea.
Bpeclal attention given to light and heavy
forging, house, bridge, railroad and Jail work
and all work of a similar cheraoter.
Steam and gas fitting in all 1U branches.
A full assortment ot Morris, Teeker Jp Co'i
Philadelphia pipe and fittings. Brass goods
jtc, and gas fixtures alwavs on batjd.
i'lPINO OF HOUBB FOR-&Ab
UADl A BPICIALTT.
Agent for Cameron e special steam pump
and boiler feeder. Jhe bent manufactured.
Coil's patent sypnon -pumps, and Judson'i
natent irovrmor and irovarnor valve.
Tha inWnmimr anirinal. ate., for sale i
Two steamboat engines. W inch borr ol
cylinder; five feet stroke, and tn good ordei
Une steamboat tbalt ana crann; wroiii
One engine for hoisting freight; 7JX10,
One I03U0 saw mlU engine, with ih
cranK ior muiv or gang saw,
One new 7X12 engluo; toy
Bristol & StihvoU
itcep evorv tuin;; pertaining to the
lino ol" Staple mid I'anoy Groceries,
Woodenwarc, Vcgetableii, l'rultn, Ac,
f Ait. . .
Aow is (he tune to not vour lhdlt for
early winter Ftmcert. We have a ttock
of finer Dutch lkilt for winter and
tpring blooming than ever hejorc offered,
imported from Holland for the
autumn trade of 1874, by J), it. Ferry
co. 1 nry can be retted on at choice.
A variety oj
We will furniih catalogue contain
ing direction! for culture and manage
ment of the above, free, on application.
Will take ordert for anything in the
line of winter gardening.
No 32 EIGHTH St.
SPEND YOUR MONEY
So that you will get it nil luck In
For Real Solid Comfort,
Evoning Star Stoves
Famous forgiving out a Wonderful
Simple In Construction,
Carclully Mado of Very Rest Materials,
t Always has Flrbt-ltuto Draft, and it
Ihua&itta li Girt 2ithf.iiioa Enijitsrc
And Under all Circumstances.
Excelsior Man'fg Co
(112 & 014 MAIN STREET.,
1 i r.v
E. MAXWELL & CO.,
Buy the World-Renowned
THE BEST INTHEWQRLD
The Highest Premium
vas awarded to it at
Ohio Stsie Fair ;
Northern .Ohio Fair;
Amer. Institute, N.Y.;
Cincinnati Exposition ;
St Louis Fair;
Louisiana State Fair;
Mississippi State Fair ;
Georgia State Fair ;
The Best Sewinir Mar.hinp.s
and doing the largest
and best range of work.
All other Machines in the
Market wert in direct
J3T Fcr Hemming, Fell
ing, Stitching, Cording,
Binding, Braiding, Embroid
ering, Quilting, & Stitching
fine or heautj Goods, it is
Where we have no Agents,
we will deliver a Machine for
the price named above, at the
nearest Rail Road Station of
Needles for all Sewing
Machines for Sale.
Old Machines taken in Exchange.
Send for Circulars, Price
List, &c, and Copy of the
Wilson Reflector, one of the
best Periodicals of the day,
devoted to Sewing Machines,
Fashions, General News and
Wilson Sewim Machine Co.,
JOHN F. CAMB
Swie Sfiwte IbcIIn
A 111 q 11 Intomlliif,' to do IjiihIiioss must
nmt prepare Iiiniitir to meet tlto rc
(iiIremcntH of Ms customers; next lie
must let every jmsHible or proliable
customcrknow Unit lie Ir. bo preiiarcd.
In a Terr Hinnllplnce lie limy TKLI, nil
the people nliat lie can do. Innlart'u
Tillage u printed linndtilll, poster or
circular, properly ilistrlliuted, will lie
cnieaclon", but WHOKVEH IS IX A
I'l.ACE LAIMJK KXOUMl TO SLM'
POUT A NKYVSl'Al'F.K ATI 1.1. FIND
Til AT IT 1H THK ClIKA I'KSTMKDIl ."
fun uiiit;u 111 Aiiiiurr
Si; he iU.itin.
T. J. KPRTU
BEER.WAR.Ti OR.TH & CO.,
HOLLOW WARE &0-,
Manufacturer and Jobbor of
"N, HIIKKT IHON and COPl'EK
AVAKE. '"'T-'.ii'f!1 FRC!!l,.,e0 Cream Krcocxcra
ntor Cooler, Wlro Cloth r.ir Win.
low 8crccn,.)apanc(l Waro,
GiitlcrJiig and Job MVork
MADti A SPECIALITY.
ARent lor tho
G AliRY TKOiY ROOMNG CO.
Tho hen Iron Hooting In tho Market.
Onler from Abroad will Kccclve Trompt
Work done with DUnatrh and Warranted
A BOOK FORJHE MILLION:
C lllri Q Bijtorici rtvaUUeoi !
wi tb. Mti trttt, mil tt
Itwii dlMortrici la li ttUaet ct rrrrodaetloo, irutrri
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NtituiBf oo(frt nmu) for Titxy Cnts,
A 1 kwt lr. Ustu UiftKUMrr, No. 13 I Llblb tract,
BL Louis, li.
Notice to the Afflicted and Unfortunate.
rfortarfl;latf to tbaaatoriflai qvaika ba Urmia la
tubli rpra. or iog atf qaatk rriaHlca, ttra Dr.
atw' wart, intiwr h ;atir tUMMUaraW4ilwr
ab' raiir aoodiUa.
Dr. Batuaoetjpla a double basMeflvratr aatta roomi
t lalars4 Ij hbi of tb nl kbrti nilkl profta
aaraaf tblaaaaatr; aa4 Raropa, aai can t roetilt! pr.
ooaJly r by malt, oo tba dltra matlAaal In fal varka.
lifl an I parlon, . 11 Narttt l.l(blb atfact. bttt
Uuttx aa4 Cbttaut, Hi. Loula, Uo.
In Dry Goods!
Corner Coinineroial Ave
nue iiiul Oth St.
Has just received di
rect irom New York
one of the most care
Cully selected St&cks
of DryuGoods over
brought into tlic Cairo
On his counters and
sholvcs may bo found
and lull slock ol
nil of which ho viiyJ
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