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CAIRO CITY, BIOTERY.
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BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
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aUdt", Ce. Twelft Stroe
fcf-Coimtf and Railroad Work a Specialty
Orrlca Hour From 7:30 a.m. to 6:30
p.m.j Buufiajr irom 7 to 9 a.m. Money
Order 1:00 S.ra. to 50 p.m.
TTT' - 1 -i.t:tr
Clow T Arm.""
s.ai. I r.M.
A.M. p. it.
( lUlnoi Central B B
Calm A Vlnreaaee
Cairo, Arkansas A
Teaa K H Dally.
Oil I a lvT Rout
Mia. River Route
Up, Sun. To. m.
Friday A Paturday
U. Vf. McKAaio, P. M.
. THAI LlT CAIRO
Mall at.... mmII.uou. m ..
r.xpreae at ..-. g;i'. . la
r neigh at .... 4:00 a. ui...Kxcep Sunday
f .8(ii ML. ...... mm. 97"iy. Ui .h
Aaarra at cajbo
Mail at. ......-. : a. m Dally.
w. m.Viwmm i p. BB...Bxaeui BUixiay
Freight t in, T.otlp. m " Sunday
Freight a'..--.. .12 40 m . . Sunday
JAMES JOHNSON. Agent.
ST. LOUISJBOlf MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
fipr-M leavee cairn ualiy .M.S.nn p. m.
.(jrrsa imrn ai .airo ualiy :0u a. ru
ArroiuiiifxlatioD b-avee Cairilai!-..2 ... in
Annummoilatiaaarrivca dairy (elm
tlundav) U:00a. m
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
SHORTEST SHORT A LINE
"We Have Come to Stay!"
rJIE train, of thia eoropaoy J?T1,
Looi. an4 Katft. 1? fl
eonaect at St
L Cairo . f
Arrive at St. Looia
Lear ---J.T... m. 8 5 a m.
Leave Kat Ht. ti-- . A l p.m.
i my at tiro...7i', tncral 8urinU-inUt.
.1. L. HINrKLireneTi rumiipr Asent.
J. A. WLSlljl-
cair cennes r. r.
fUE 8H0UTEST HOUTE TO
.jVtDB Tille, Indianapoli", Cincin
nati and Louisville,
4 KL'NNINU TIlROL'an BY DAYLIGHT.
The Shortest and Quicken Line to
Making Clone Connection wig
Mail" to tbe Eat.
tlie "i aat
loiAtArOLia ajcu auicuraAW ra.
Leavaa Cairo I. D
Arrivea at tanul K M
ArrlTaaatViBoenDea 12:U "
?1A tt. LOL1 AMD OLTUEATMW KAIUIOAD.
Arrira at EvanaTille. !. p m.
T!A tXa LAVAF0LX4 AJtO TtaCS-XBa KAIUtOAA.
AniTeaatlndiaoapolia- . a:j0 p. m.
tiaobo aro auMUtrriiLAUJiOA.
Arrive at Kortb Vernon ....... CM p ax
Arrivaa at Cincinnati............ U "
at LouiaviUe - "
Lravealaillapapoli. :30 a m.
Leavaa ClnclnBati.......- 7:00 "
Imtm Lonlarilla . , T:10 "
Amveaat Viaoennea..... - 1:5 p.m.
iMtvea Vtnoennea. 2:(J "
Lvarea Kvanavill.. :20 a.m.
Amvaaat Caniu. 4:45 p.m.
Arrivea at Cairo...... :
F. A, MILLEK, H. L. XOK&XZX
Oen' Taaa.Ax't Oeneral Sup't
r-For iafortnatioD relattva to rate and oun
arcfiont, apiily to L. li. CIIUKlH,
3iableainTino of duty, if br
accident or otherwise. A
WOUJH0 of any kind, the
lou of a Fbiwr or Tt or
the ns of taXye, a mtt F
Tl'ItC,if bat liight, (ive a
pensioa. Dixate of Lanl
or Varlcoae Volaa five a
diKhargtd for wound, iniuriet
ar rupture, yon ct full boun.
ty. aVarSend 9 ataraps far
copy ef Pension and Bouaiy
Atti. Addreu all latura la
U. S. Claim A rent, Indiantp.
Olis, Ind. "Oa all letir
auuk P. O. boa Si."M
37 Conrl Place, LOUISVILLE, Ky.,
I pre-1 iu kport?.
forma, of PRIVATE,
Sparmaiorrhea and Tmpotency,
ft. Utt reiuli of wlr-.buM lu fnulk. viiul ex-., tn K.
lurw Jr., or Mfcwr mimio, su4 t( mm f tlM hkl-
luWlBf tlfoot.: Mrtoutu. H. Htiul Kwi..t, (Aitffel eatta.
Hu. r mai, blaiaru fHlrhl, ll.f -ilvo Uimur;, Pl.j.
.kIUty.fu4.o Kim, i.nluitlM.l (ViiiIm
C.lu.o of 14ru, U. ( nu l F.,.r. A. m a.m..
tftrrMfv uiiruM r or unltspi.T, r tbaroiixlil; brru.
rUjr oumL SYPHIT.TS IxwithrU cml u w.
rtV riwUr " " Oonoprhaav,
UAiVX.A, airicuir. irui.iu.. Rm s w auiWu:
l( t. Htl-sirtarBI yiclu Ko p., . l MU0Ma
lo . wrtiiii ciaM ul liau i, l4 treaiiui Uu.Muia. anna
ail;. aoquir.afaaiii. rt ! kualuaUil. facion.a
nKoaim.ud wrMu. to u, earn. ti.y k 1, iu. outai.tMI la
'- """. ajadL tne. c.a U ml uliaklt
aadjattly bj a.atl at aiun.au,. .
Cpr-J Oaarantaed im aU Caaea
(u.uluau. uaiuaaHr or l,r Inur fraa aul inaltM.
tart taU. aud wa-r.vwuWa.ia MrtcU oudMM.ua.
A PRIVATE COUNSELOR
Of K paM, aral tr aa Waa. Km, M.M for taut?
, 7, . , ; " . ' . ..WW. a. auuva.
0Uo suura Iruai A- ftl. iw f. a.
a, I u, 4 r. M
(Jftfln Caa'l na mane iy every agent
rtlWUVmrf month tn the butmeae we
furnUb, but those willing to work can eaaily
ram a dotrn dollar a day ritfht in their own lo
rualitiani. Have no room to explain here, Huai
aeaa nleaaant and avonoraole, Women, boya
indgfrladoM well aa num. Wa will furuiaas
rou a eompleta outfit free, The liuaineaa pay.
better than anything alee, Wa Will bear ex.
penaaof aUrtinK you. Particular frie. Write
and see, Paruidra and luarhanica, liieir aona
and daugt) tars, and all claaae iu ned of paying
work at liome, ahonld writ to u and 1 rn aU
about the work at once. Mow is the tiate
don't delay. Addi tea.Tacij A Co, Augusta,
Jk-L 'll t acir. o,., tw.ni. .foot -Mfeimrtclk.. . ... . . . , ( ( ...,.-!
-jut l ju-
. A rtmio.t to bo prosxincd to the
legislature of the state of TonneMee to
make women eligible to membership on
School boards. ,
PE7o p. Tv3UB was elected-
Lnlted SUtes senator tfom Kansas on
Wednesday. Ho waa three years In the
nrtuy, and has served three terms In the
Kansas leglslafttre. ' fie la a practical
printer, lias bee- an editor and Is at pres
ent a lawyer and president of a national
bank. Ue is worth one hundre. ami
ft fty thousand dollars, and is thirty-nine
years of aje. , i -7 ..
PxCsidkxt Giavr does ItOtfiT en hj
wnet teat specie resumption can and
oiigui to be enceted before the close of
nis aumuiutratton. His SjieciaJ 'meaaaxe
to cong-resa on the subject will soon be
submitted and with It a tabular statement
showing- the tendency of the volume of
gold and silver during the last twelve
months. But congress seems to be indif
ferent to the matter and to the president's
enthusiasm and there Is no present likeli
hood that the special message will bring
to his opinions thj support necessary to
attempt their verification.
HEW WII.MANKOH iOl'HTT
A special ditpaicb to the Chicago Tri
bune dated Marlon, Williamson county.
Jan, 31, gives the details of an atrocious
plot that was matured and ready to be put
In execution in that county when it was
fortunately discovered. The plot was to
rob, burn houses and stores and murder
if necessary. The conspirators ax all
residents ot Williamson county and
number twelve or fifteen persons.
James Jackson, one ot the party, was
overheard giving the details ol tbe plan
to bis father. Information waa eiven to
tbe authorities, Jackson was arrested
and from him enough was drawn out to
warrant the arrest ot Jamee Moss, the
leader of the gang, Frank Palmer, and
another who were lodged in Jail on
Sunday lasL These four turned states'
evidence and gave the following Infor
mation : On Tuesday night they were
to rob the store of I). K. Har
rison at llerrin's Prairie, and murder
him if it were necessary to the success ot
the robbery. On Wednesday night, they
were to tire tlie barn of Dr. W. N.
Mitchell, ol Marion, and while tbe citi-
r. were engaged at the fire.
the members ot the klan were
to plunder oortaJoi houaaa. On
Thursday night, they were to
go through a store in Grassy precinct
They had several other robberies la view
and a rrgular programme laid out. .The
grand jury, now In session at Marion,
will bring in indictments against the
four men now in jail, and tlie balance of
those Implicated will be arrested if they
do not flee the country.
A NTATE HO IRE STEAL.
A Springfield correspondent ot the
Chicago Tribune claims to have discovered
"Job" la the building ef the Illinois
state house, which leaves the tax-payers
of ti e state lorty thousand dollars poorer
than they ought to be. Tbe story ot the
steal, If steal it turns out to be, may be
briefly told : The act of March 11. 18C9,
provided that tbe state should
employ convict labor for such work on
the new state house as could be done at
the penitentiary. The cut-stone work on
the building came under this head. The
work wa begruu and it oon became cvi-
lent that if the contract could be trans
ferred to private hands, a large profit
could be made. Accordingly, but not
according to law, on the first ol August,
1872, the labor ot upwards of two hun
dred prisoners was leased to Win. D.
Richardson, of Macoupin county court
house fame. Blnce that date, the orders
upon tbe state treasury for the
stoue woik on the state house
have been made out by the
state-house commissioners to the warden
of the penitentiary, were endorsed by
him in advance la blank to Richardson,
who had them tilled out by the state
house commissioners and collected the
money. In that time be has never paid
the penitentiary officials tor the cOivlct
labor hired by him. The consequence I,4
the state-house commissioners are out
forty thousand dollats, tbe penitentiary
commissioners are out the same sum,
and Richardson, the correspondent says,
Is richer by that amount ot money.
HOW THE PEOPLE HAVE 1IORXE
The Democratic party has deserved
well of the country tor its sublime bear
ing in an hour of great trial. U la neces
sary to any just estimate of its conduct
during the presidential dispute to remem
ber that from the first, the presumption
of all fair minded eitlzens lias been that the
Democratic candidates had been elected.
Even on a mere question of, chance tbe
probabliittea .were -all . In their fator.
Governor Tildeo jteeded only; one of the
disputed statee. Governor Uayee
needed all throe.' - Governor Tiidetrliad
a majority, . on the vote cast, of 8,000
votea in oue ef these etatea t if Governor
Hayes had any majority at all in any ef
the three on the vote cast, it was so small
that a single proof of fraud would over
turn It. It any one of the legal
points raised by the Jteinocraey was
conceded Gov. TUden's election , waa ad,
nutted, but Mr, Hayes had to carry every
point in tvery State. - The loss ot one
would have undone hirn..' i0 the'faca of
all these facta, and la the face of tin iai.
CAIRO,:iLLINOIS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1877.
mous acOerf at the Louisiana retumiuro
board the self-restraint and moderation
of ll DaaocraUr? party have been, we
repeat iV bllme.'-krtielr's was the
grievance. It wa irom them that the
presidency wa being "stolen. It was
npon them thai thlg grtat outrage was
Win; committed, fhe Republicans
eould claim do credit for femalning quiet.
Tbtry wereaagajred in e crime; they
vrefa not nflertng irom it As well com.
msnfl a gang of thieve fdr not resorting
tQ.ndue vloleriea to pot Idown robbery,
commead thfe Itepublisjan party for Its
neariof during; this great trials.
'.Wkat the attitude of the Democratic
party hasrfae every man knows. Not a
Democrat s foice has been raised In
threat not a DosnocraUc shot has been
flred,.. , The Democrats ha
irom noidies meeting;, lest thev should
alarm timid feople. Since November last
they have preserved the most die-nifled
ailaoce. waltlnar to portect OOoriOaaicw for
the final Judgment ot the law. A sab-
timer Instance of aelf-icoverntnent by
people has never beon seen in the history
oi me race.
John D. Lee, the Mountain Meadow
maasacre convict, has applied for a new
Slgnor AatonJo Blitz, the noted ven
triloquist and slixht-ol-hand performer,
died in Philadelphia last Sunday.
Robert Drury, who murdered his
uncle, Albert Gibson, in Memphis last
Friday week, was arrested in Paducah
A kidnapped child, said to be shinned
to Cairo some weeks aa-o. Has not ret
been recovered. The chiid s name is
Cameron, and the kidnapper. Jack
naeppara. is nw l )U in ladlanapolln.
Cincinnati Enquirer special, 29th:
MTtie latest developments in the Louis
iana case were laid before Grant to-day.
All that could be got out of him was the
gruff remark: uIs that true? A fine
state of affairs a fine state of aflairO
One person out ol every 209 iu Cin
cinnati dies of suicide. Sixty-two per
cent, of self-murderers are German ; the
pro portion of the sexee is live men to one
woman, and the most popular method is
Toronto Olobe: The 5,000 Mennonitea
already located In Manitoba make excel
lent settlers, and there is room still on
the present reserves appropriated to
Russian Immigrants for "another ten
thousand." Tbe capacity of the great
Korthwest to receive settlors is compara
tively unlimited, ana there Is room in
hi COUntry inr Vannnalru tn
Russia without tbe rest of tbe population
Fletcher Webster, the second and last
son of Daniel Webster, after leading a
somewhat fast and erratic life, was killed
In battle near Washington, on the 30th
ol August, 18C2. A melancholy remem
brance of the family was revived In the
senate the other day by the introduction
of a bill to increase the pension ot the
widow from thirty to fifty dollars a
mouth. Thia lady is now sixty-five
year of age. and Mr. Boutwell stated
upon presenting the bill that she wa in
a condition of actual distress.
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work or too aurn
a In tho World."
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UARfEU A UHU
. Thb Laib City Jocbxal la a local nwiiaier
piibllalted in the mkia-t of the Uardea of the M ail,
Where land may be nrocared at Stf ot to Sib ug
per acre. Tha maa of whatever age, proiVaaioa
ur capital, can bare raak hi fortuna.
Those ontemulatlag a weatera home and eom
pateacy, may be Uiuroughly informed by ba-
ousaiug vuiMwiwn sw iu auusRai..
faaMNi One year, i out Six month, ft 00
Tare month, it) acute, pewtaga naM.
Addrvsa T. 6. IloTosutaa,
e.-w Lake City, lewa.
Nebraska Ahead !
The B. k M. Railroad Co' Land! The bent
Agricultural and Stock Cojntry
lo America 1
GOOD tUrDS IX A GOOD CL1MATI
Low prices. Long Credit. Low Fares
and freights. Premium for Improvement.
FreoPaaa to Land Buyers. f3T For full
particular, apply to if. & 1. K. IL Co.,
WHOLESALE AND H.KTAII.
. . HT TH3B CITY.
Oooda Sold Vary Cloaa. .
Oornor 19th St. and OommerolaJ Ay
C. 0. PATTER & CO.
3 AFFORD. MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City aTatioaal Baak Bnildiag, np-stairs.
The Oldaat EatabUahad Aa-enoy in BonUZ
. - mm, rwii aaauiar
165 000 000
TOS. J. BLIERTS,
3eneral Insurance Agt.
St. Louis Fire Tnauranee Co.,
Gorman ef Freeport, Illinois,
Oermania Life of New York,
Assetts, $7,000,000 00.
I respect fully solicit a share of nublic
OflMiatae Alexander Couaty Bank.
FIRE AND LIFE
Policies are issued on the raof t favor
able terms by '
General Lnsuianck Aokwt.
Han but Moaind and ICoMeat Com
pan lea Kepreaeuted.
OflflOii-In the Alexander County Bank,
1-1 tf CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
E. F. Kwnael'O Bitter Wlao of Irasi
has never bem Known to fail in tbe cure of
weakness, attended with symptoms ; Indis
position to exertion, loss of memory, diffi
culty of breathing, seneral weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror of death, night sweata, cold feet,
weakness, dimness if vision, languor, uni
versal lassitude ot the muscular system,
enormous appetite vith dyspeptic symp
toms, hot hands, llafctinK of the body, dry
ness of the akiu, ptUid countenance and
eruptions en the face, purifying the blood,
pain in the bask, heaviness ol the eyelids,
frequent black spot tiling before tbe eyes
with temporary autlision and low of eight,
want ol attention, etc These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use . F. Kunktvs Hitter Wine ol
Iron. It never fall, mou sands ere now
enjoying health who lave used it. Take
only K. r. Hunkers.
Beware of eounterfdt and base Imita
tions. A Kunkel's Biter Wine of Iron Is
so well kuown aU ovi the country, drug
gist themselves make n imitation and try
to sell it off to their cuftomers, wneu thej
call for Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron,
Kunkel's Bitter Wins of Iron is nut un
only in It bottles, and ts a yellow wrapper
nicely put on the oualde wilh the pro
prietor' photograph a tha wrapper ol
each bottle. Always look for the photo
graph on iheouUide, and you will always
be sure to get tbe genuine. Ona dollar per
bottle, or six for aS. Jeld by druggist and
ALL WOBMS REaOYED ALIVE,
K. V. Kunkel's 'Worm Byrup never fails
to destroy 1'tn 8eat and Stomach Worm.
Ur. Kunkel, the only succasalul physician
who remove Tape Voria ia two hour
alive, with head, and no foe until removed.
Common sense teaches that U Tap Worm
be removed, all other worms can be readily
destroyed. Send tor circular to Dr. stun,
kel, No. at North Ninth street, fuiladal-
pbia, Pa., or call on your aruagiat end ask
for a bottle ef Kunter worm Syrup,
rocs, i i.uu. n never
CHARTERED MARCH tl,
city national baotccaibo
A. B. SATrORD. Praaldeat.
B. 8 TATLOR. Vine Prealdant.
W. HTSLOP, 88'v and Treaaoret.
P.W. Babcuat, Cbla. OAUocraa,
r. M. BTOcarLBTB, PaclO. Ck-aca,
R. H. CtmotaiiAar. H. L. Ha Lunar,
J. At. PmiAira.
INTEREST paid on depoelt at the rate of all
pc cent, per annua, March let and 8 antra-
Jr let . Intereat not withdrawn ia added inane
iately to the principal of the depoeits, there bv
rtvlag them compound latareet '
tarried Women and Children maw
Deposit Money and no ona
- Ua oan draw it.
.9TlfirrT bu,in"''-r rrornSa m. to J p.m.
&TO7'eTOW " drp"1U
W. KTffaLOP. Troaaarar.
P Droaa, Preslrmt.
P. Neff. Vioal'ras't.
H. Well, Oashler.
T. J. Kerth, Aast, nab'
SI B .in,
Corner Oouunarolal Ava aadat Stroot
P. Broae. Csdra. Wra Klnaai r.i..
P. Neff, Cairo. Wm. Wol?e, Cab
A. Saaaiika, Cairo. It. L. Billingetey, t. Louia
R. liuder, Cairo. H. WelU. clrb.
F. II. Brink man, St. Loais,
J. Y. Cletnson, Caledonia.
i Central atanklnt; Baalaeaa toae.
uaflr,. O?0 . lnUr P?"
1 1 . ., . "" vuvciiona nuvie.
ndaJlbiuinesspromiHlr attended to.
City National Bank
UILTZTAJL. - - $100,000
HENRT L- HAUUbAT. Vica'Praal.
" A. It HAPPORD. Cashlet.
. W A I T R HTSLbp. A7l Caahier.
. Ptaat TAtxoa. K. H. CC onroHAat,
H L. Haixidat, W. p. Hali.idat,
O. D. WiLLiAatfoit, arnntaK Bine,
A . fi, SAaaajau.
SxobJLnga, Coin and United atatoa
Bonda Boaght and Sold.
DBP0B1TS reeairtd a ad a gaaeral .baaklat
OA I Tfa-Oa TTiTif4.
mill BEB.CE0 TO SUIT TBE TX2CSS
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Boom and Board, 3d Floor $2 .00 Per Say
Spooial Rata by Wook or If eat.
A limited number of very desirable family
rooms can be secured at reasonable rates tor the
The St. Charlea ia the lamatand beat amoint-
ed Honae in Southern Illinois, and 1 the leading
hotel in Cairo. Kotwlthatandlng the 'Bed
Rock" reduction In prices, the labia will, a
usual, be liberally supplied w ith the very beat
Of everything that can be found in market.
Fine large aamDle room for commercial trav
eler , on gronnd floor, free of charge.
CP All oaggaMotguasu convey ea toxnuirom
thehatel without charge
PAIKT AND OIU.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
iVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades. tbo.
Always on band, the celebrated illuminating
Corner Eleventh Street and Washing
JOHN H. 1TOXJCBT,
Attorney , at Iaw
OrnCK : At reeidenoe on Ninth Street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut Street.
English Brussels. Three Ply and Ingrain
also, stair I'erpeta, Velvet Hug, crumo
Oloths, Oil Cloths, etc., very cheap
at the Old Place
112 FULTOW ST., NSW YOBX
Carpets carefully peeked
part of the United states.
and sent to aa
butee tree of charge.
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aM ll to ,
R. SLrYTH & CO.,
Wheleaal and Retail Dealer la
Foreign -, Doxaestio
K OP AX! UIXtoH,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
a rvD.n. ....
raaoh of the bualniea. woolaaaj.
MT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
OrArm fow final K. St.- , .
J,on, or in hogatieada, for shipment
nwuiliuy BknUUrJU tO.
consumers and all
Manufaeturera, we are prepared
-fSPPly ny quantity" by tSS
aaonth or yr. at nniform rwtea.
CAISO OTT VOAL COXrAJTT.
H"JjAj''day Bra. 'a Office, No. 70 Ohio Larea
HAiriday Bro 'a wharfboat. '
fcf-At Kgyptian Mills. r
1 Dump, footofTabty-Rlghth
tf Poet Omoe Drawar.
T .s tc
Dealer in Fresh Mea
Between Waahinartoa and Oommorola
Avenuaa, adjoining Han&y'e.
RKEPS for sale tbe best Beef, Perk, Mutton
Veal, Iamb, Sausage, Ac., and la pr
reau w -erve rami uea in an anoeBiama ma )r
Evinsvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co..
Paduoah. Shawneetewn. Evans-
ville, Louievilie, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
The elegant llda-Wheel steamer
M ai.tbb B . PamftwaTOB-.,
Will leave Cairo every
WEDNESDAY at 6
Tbe fleet steamer
e ae.sa i aaa
leaves Cairo every SATURDAY.
Bach boat makes cloaa connections at Caira
With Arat-clae staaman for et. LouU Miuu
auis and New Orleans, aad at KvanavUl with
tha B. AC. R. B for all polnu North and East,
aad with the LouiavUle atail Steajuarafos.aU
point on tbe Upper Ohio, giving through re
ceipt on freights ai
end iiMsniigiTS to all point
for isrtber Informarlon apply to
Mill.. HlLVkat. Paaawl
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iuuerinleadaat aad Oeneral rreigni
Manhood I WojsAiasoaiot MAaaiAOat
paid for ko cent, bjr Da. C. vVliWlBa,
iiv St. Caartee Street, St. Louie, lio.,
tih great apeauaUet. , lUm Slairarsa,
i ...-!..,; .. '-I t-J
A "rw "took and Loyer Prlot
rrwm nny eants te Tweat7-fveMat. ,
A full line of Ute stylo eonet aad hoaiary el
wwvr pnoea uiaat aver nernra oBna
LNDBRwk'AR.0 Ud'MW0Ole "n4 UtW-
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RIBBONS AND IaACEB
Feathers, Flowers, etc., of every variety aad
at all Prices.
My stock must be closed oat, and I will give'
any oustomers better bargaiaa thaa evar iSiiiiI
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STRATTON tc BIRB,
AOBKTS AsaatatTOAJr 10 WDJf 00
57 Ohio Xo-roo.
O. D TtTtmAIISOir,
Wo. 76 OHIO &EVEE.
SPKC-ALattantlot (Ivea toeonitavaomt nad
ailing ordera . - T . . .
WM. TRIGG &: CO.
REGULAR SALES WKDN'EsriAVa aw
SATCRDATg. . . " i
Special attenrioa paid to oatalde aalm
M. 'Jl F.lahth Btmtu raiu. i..-
t'HAS. 8. DbLAT. Auctioneer.
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