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CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
eV. - W. rYATT OO.,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Buildlaar. Cor. Twelfth Str
lCfldiity ami RsllroadWork a Hiwcisltv
)rncx Hours- From 7:30 a.in. to C:30
ii.tn.; Murvluy lrom 7 to Da. in. Money
Onhr 8:00 a.tn. to C0 p.m.
oea.o; BxUtlxs, Buildlrxar. Ceme Twalftii. Btraat arnd WaeKineterx a. -can. via.
A Larger Stock and Lower Prices
Than ever for CASH.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. -WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 7, 1877.
i .. I r.u.
10 :00 j
lllnoi Central R It
Central K 11
Cairo & Vinrennes
Cairo, Arkansas A
Teaa It It lailjr.
Dili Silver Kimle i
Daily esc't Monday S
Miss. River Route )
Up, 8nn. Tu. Vri.
Thelw Route I
Trl'lay Saturday (
U. W. McKbais, P. M.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
THA1JIH LAAVB CAIRO
Mail at..... lliuop. m Daily,
Kiimi at 3:1' p. in "
freight at 4:00 a. ro... Except Sunday.
Freight at :0p m... " "
auvb at caibo
Mail at. 2 20 a m Daily.
Exprena .iU.,i. 1:4.) p. Bi...fc,ioept Sunday.
Kn ight at. ...... ... 7:"ip. m " Hunlay.
freight ..li.fcS in.- . " Sunday.
JAKES JOHNSON. Airent.
ST. L0UIS.IR0N MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
Express leave Cairo dailv .,2:0" p
E uinu arrive at Cairo nail r ' a
Accommodation leaves Cairo laily 'i:0 a. id.
Anxunmolalion arrive daily (except
hundavl - -...11:00 a. in.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
We Havo Come to Stay!"
! pitK traina of this eomiany connect at St.
L Louis anl Kant ft. Louis, with all other
lines to the -orlU, teail aad Meat.
jLrnve el t . Louis..
Lmt Lent fit Louis - 8 t. a m.
Imv at Cairo 5 20 p.m.
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J. A. WENTZ. tieneral Passenger Agent.
W. 11. HAO'AKUM), Agent.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
THE SMOIITEST ROUTE TO
Evanaville, Indianapolis, Oioain
cati and Louisville,
HUNNIMJ TllKOl'OH BY DAYLIGHT.
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Mskin Close dotirieotion with the "Kast
Mall" to the East.
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Arrive at Indianapolis-..--...... & "0 p. tu.
VIA OHIO ASD mUHISSlFfl RAILROAD.
Arrives at North Vernon
Arrives at Cincinnati .....
at Louisville -
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Arrives at Cariui-.-.
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nections, apply to L. U. CHCHlII.
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accident cr otherwise. A
WOl'MO of any kind, the
lots of a Klntrer or Te, or
the lou of an Ey. a Kl !
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im! utfljy t aiailor ..rM kui.r.
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4 PRIVATE COUNSELOR
Of M0 Pt " w llrU, MvaKl; nM, fu, tkiftt
Xi Hill. Hliuuld I" r' jil tr . .dl,.M atluta:
tiatM auars frum A. ws f. U. tuilsi. (! r , s
(CQQQCu'l us mane ny every agent
kPw99tvery mnntb in the liuaiuess we
furnish, but those willing to work can easily
earn doien dollars a day right 1b their own lo
suliliea. Have no room to explain here, bual
aeas plea-ant and bonorable, w oiuen. tioys
iud girls do as well as men. We will furnish
you a complete outfit tree. The business pay
Utter thau anything els. We will bear ; ex
pense of starting you. Particulars Iree. Write
i nd see. Kai indrs and mei hanim, their sous
jiiddaughtera, aud all classes in need of laying
work at horns, should writs to us and l rn all
about Ii' woik at once. Sow is th tnus
don't delsy. ; Addiess Thus 4 Co, Augusta,
1 r U e-titiiateil that .Tamos Iadion
WflN contradicted himself Hilly a hun
dred time In three hours during1 his ex
ttininatlon bHore DavM Dudlry Field.
TnK city ot Qulncv 19 Infested with va
grants, robber and tUsperadoei, and lias
had several brutal murder lately. The
people are uupsv and the newspaper
Have informed the city authorities that
"reform I necemry."'
A Vahixoto.v i.kttrr says "the ap
propriation bills were iMVer before to far
behind at thl advanced day of th short
session aa they now are, and a call lor an
extra aeeslon of congress it eeetns will be
A i.om; i eutjon has been mint into
the state legislature, declaring that wile
beating is one ot the most outrageous
and vilest of crimes and asking the mem
bers to establish the whipping post for
the punishment of brutal husband guilty
of the crime.
As item of news from Washington is
that Mrs. Belknap is about to write a
book, a book in which the proposes to
tell what she knows about Washington
satiety. It Is said the announcement bas
caused a little bit af a tremor In come
THE tsRITMIf Ql ARTKRLT KK
The iriliali Quarterly RrtUio for Jan
uary, reprinted by the Leonard Scott
publishing company, 41 Barclay street.
New York, Is Just out. We bare not
pace to do more than indicate the con
tent". I. "Julian'. Letters.' After remark,
ing that, though the historical value of
taee letters has been recognized and ap
preciated, their biographical value has
been generally overlooked, the reviewer
gives an account of their number and
Hubstance, and ot those whom tney were
addressed ; and concludes by illustrating
trom them the character ct man as dis
tinct from the emperor.
II. "lite Poetry of; th Old Testa
ment." The contributions Lowtb,
Herder, and Ewald to the scientific criti
cism of Hebrew poetry aro briefly sum
med up ; aud then follows a long disser
tation on its peculiar qualities, especially
dwelling on its subjectivity. Us want of
platic power, its passion and sympathy,
it rnytiim, ana urn various lorms ot
composition in which It finds expression.
III. "Alexander Vinet." Gives a
brief sketch of tils lite, nn account of his
lite work, and the service he rendered to
IV. "Priesthood in the Light of the
New Testament." Taking lor his text
the recent work of Dr. Mellor on this
subject, the writer of this article en
deavors to find a Bolution to the problem
ot th growth of a priestly system, with
its literacy and ritual, out of the primi
tive Christian Church.
V. "Herbert Spencer's Sociology.''
This article Is devoted to "the plane ot
thought In which Mr. Spencer moves, the
field or stage assumed in hi science, and
the ultimate dynamic to which it refers
us."' It closes with some remarks on
the nature and sphere of Social Statics.
VI. "'Guiot's History of France."
This work is in five volumes, the first
tour of which were entirely the produc
tion of M. Guizot, and tho fifth compiled
by bis daughter from his notes and di
rections. The reviewer gives high praise
to the author for "the calm judicial spirit''
and 'Moltiness of moral tone" with which
the story has been told.
VII. "The Servian War." A sketch
of the troubles iu Servla which began in
1862, dwelling particularly on the causes
and results of the present war.
VIII. Comprises a long list of notices
of all kinds of contemporary literature.
The (ici iodicals reprinted by the Leou
ard Seott publishing company (41 Bar.
clay street, N. Y.) are as follows: Ths
London Q'trterly, Edinburgh, IFiesfmtn
tier, and IintUh Quarterly Jlevitw, and
blachwood't Mugazwu. Price, $4 a year
for one, or only $15 for all, and the post
Hire is prcnaaid by the publishers.
A Cook county legislator wants a
Normal University in Cook county.
President Grant called on Alexan
der II, Stephens a few days ago.
A daughter of Elizabeth Cady Stan
ton is studyjug medicine. She is a Vassar
. Gov. MoCreary, ot Kentucky, has
"recognized" Gov. Nicholls, ol Louis
iana, by issuing a requisition on h 1m for
the return of a fugitive from justice.
The scarlet fever anddiptherla are not
decreasing In Chicago. The proportion
of deaths from those diseases have been
fearfully large during the last few weeks.
Mrs. Spurrier is the first female den
tist of Kpringfteld. All the dentists of
tho city recommend her as fully able to
carry on her profession.
Publie Printer C'lapp has discharged
six hundred hands, and suspended con
gressional priutlng, except the record.
Ills funds are exhausted, an .It is a mis
demeanor to contract debt.
It is aaid that Secretary Fish paid
out ol bis own pocket the sum assessed
against the state department clerks by
me uepuDiican campaign committee
The amount was five thousand dollars. ,
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hundred other articles, the lnllowiiiK points of
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Dr. John Us its April rhlloaaphers (Fools).
1 he True American a characterful io Poem.
WashlnprtoB a Marshal of t ratine .
Jean I asp-low 'a rancy.
New Horse.Car I'oetry, for April. r
Dons Pedro' Characteristics. ""
A Whim I'artv in ttr Ark.
Three Capitalists Amor, Stewart, Vanderbilt.
Mark 1 wsin al Home A net ion.
rirwt Female Lobbyists! Washington.
The Ulrl of Neville a 8panisti I'oeni.
Royalty in the I'nited State.
Artemiui Ward' Character and Peculiarities.
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SPEC-AL attentiot given to consignment and
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pain, subdue swellings, heal barns, and will cure
Khenuiatiani, Spavin, aud anv fle a, bone or
muscle aliment The 'A'tl'i Wrapper is for
Ismily use, the Yellow Wrapper for animals.
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tain. The certain, speedy ud kiM
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WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 19th St. and CommsrrlaJ At
.. ,..a .
C. 0. PATIEB ft CO.
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LVX:,
City VaUenal Bank Bailding, Bp-Uirt.
Th Oldeat Kat&bliahe4 Asrenoy lb BoatkS
am Illinois, reprosecuting ovxr
165 OOO 000
This great InternBtioDal Exhibition, de
signed to commemorate the one hundredth
anniversary of American Independence,
opened May 10th, and will close November
loth, 1876. All the nations ot the world
and all the states and territories of the Un
ion are participating in this wonderful de
monstration, bringing together Ihe most
comprehensive collection it art treasures,
mechanical inventions, scientific discover
eries, manufacturing achievements, miner
al specimens, and agricultural products
ezcr exhibited. The grounds devoted tu
H x.aibiun are situated on the line ot
th Pennsylvania Railroad and embrace 4M
acres of i-airmount Park, all highly im
proved and ornamented, on which are
erected the largest buildings ever construc
ted live of these covering an area of titty
acres and costing 5,0OU,uuO. The total
number of buildings erected for the pur
poses of the exhibition is near two hun
dred. During the thirts davs immediate lv
following the opening of the exhibition a
million and a quarter of people visited it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
THE 0KZAT TBTTXK LIKE
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U.S.
Is the nios, direct: convenient and econom
ical way ol reaching Philadelphia and this
great Exhibition trom all seetiooN of the
country. Its trains too and lrom Philadel
phia will pass throuflh a grand Centennial
depot, which the company bas erected at
the main entrance to the Exhibition
grounds for the accommodation of passen
gers who wl-h to stop at or start from the
numerous large hotels contiguous to this
station ano the Exhibition a convenience
ot the greatest value to visitors, and adord-
eu Dxcius-.veiy ny tho I'ennsylvrnie Jiall
oad, which is th only line runuing direct
o the Centennial buildings. Excursion
rains will a lso stop at the Encampment of
he Patrons of Husbandry, at Kim station
on this road.
The Pennsylvania Railroad 1 the grand
est railway organization in the world, it
controls seven thousand miles of roadwav,
forming continuous liaes te Philadelphia,
New York, Baltimore, and washington.over
which luxurious day and night cars are
run from Chicago, et. Louis, Louisville.cin
rinnsti. Indianapolis, columbus, Toledo,
Cleveland and Erie withous change.
its main line Is laid wtte double and third
tracks of heavy steel rauVupon a deep bed
of broken stone ballast, and iu bridghs ar
all of iron or stone, it passenger trains
are equipped with every knoAn improve
ment lot cointort and safety, and are run at
faster spted for greater distance thvn th
trains of soy line on the contineut. The
company nss largely increased its equip
ment lor Ctdtcnnial travel, and will be pre
pared to build in Its own shops, at short
notice sufllelcnt to fully accommodate any
any extra demand. The unequalled re
sources at the command of the company
ot the company guarantee the most perfact
accommodations tor all its patrons during
the Centennial Exhibition.
The magnincent scenery for which the
Pennsylvania Railroad is so iustly celebra
ted presents to the traveler over lis perlect
roadway an ever-changlnrr panorama ot
river mountain and landscape view une
ousted in America.
The eating station on this line are un
surpassed. Meals wil!b furnished at suit
able hour and ample time allowed tor en
Excursion ticket, it reduced rates, will
be sold at ail the prlrcipul railroad ticket
offices in me west, jyonnwest and Mouth
Be sure that your tckets read via the
Ureat Pennsylvania rut to tne Centen
nial. F1LASK THOMSON. V. M. BOYD. Jr..
Oen. Manager. den. Pass'r Agt
English Brussels. Th e Ply and Ingrain
arso, Htair Carpet,velvet Rugs, Crumb
Cloths, oil ciotu eic, very cnesp
at the tld Place
112 FULTON ST.. NEW YORK
Carpets raretully packed and sent to an
part ot the United Mates Ireeofcbarg.
Kf SEMD fOR PRICE J-JIT.-
J A. BXNDALL
CHARTERED MARCH St. 18S9
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIBO
A. B. ".AFFORD, President.
. 8 TAYLOK, Vice President.
W. HTSLOP, See'v and Treasurer.
P.W. BancLAT, Chas. Galiorbr,
f. M. Stocbtlbth, PartO. Scbch,
It. U. CuvKiiveHAa. H. L. Uaixioav,
J. M. PniLLirs.
INTEREST paid on deposits at th rate ef six
per cent, per annum, March 1st and Septem
ber 1st. Interest not withdrawn is added Imme
1 iately to the principal of the deposits, thereby
living them compound interest
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Open every bnsinessday from 9a m. to 8 p.m.
aJ sitnniay evenings fur savings deposits only
roin 6 to 8 o'clock.
W. HTSLOP, Traaaarar.
F Rross, President. H. Wells, Cashier.
P. Neff. Vic I'rea't. T. J. Kertb, Asst. asa'r
mm . Bin,
Corner Oommerclal Awe. and 8t Street
K. Bross, Cairo. Wm. Kluge, Cairo.
I. Neff, Cairo. Wm. Wolfe, Cairo.
A , Snsanka, Cairo. K. L. Billingsley, St. Louis
K. liuUer, Cairo. H. Wells, Cairo.
F. II. rtrlnkman, St. Louis,
J. Y. Clemson, Caleilonia.
t Weaeral Baaklma Baalaea Dan.
t9"Rx-ehange sold and bought. Interest paid
DJ"Z Pevnvrs Department. Collections made,
nd all busin ess promptly attended to.
City National Bank
CAPITAL - - $100,000
W. P HALLTDAT, President.
IIENBY L. IIALLTDAY, Vice Prest.
A. R 8A.FFORD, CashleT.
WA1 T K UY8LOP. Asa' t Cashier.
9. STAATS TaTLOR, R. II. CO IKHAM,
H L. IlAixinaT, W. P. Hau.idat,
U. D. WiLUAJifon, Btbphbn Biro,
A B, Sastohd,
Exohange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS received and a general hanking
St. Charles Hotel,
F?,:iE2 REDUCED TO SUIT TEE TIMES
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Boom and Board. 3d Floor $2.00 Per Day
Spaoial Rata hr Wk ar Moath.
A limited number of verr desirable lamllv
rooms can be secured at reasouabl rates tor the
The St. Charles is the larnatand heat anno Int.
ed House in Southern Illinois, and la the leading
nniei m lairo. Aorwnnstanriing tne "rieil
Kock" reduction in prices, the table will, aa
usual, be liberally supplied with the very best
of everything that can be found in market.
Fine large samide rooms for commercial trav
elers, on ground floor, free of charge.
ZB-A.il oaggaceoi guest conveyed to and Irons
the hetel without charge.
r.. as, I.U.1LW,
PAINT AJfD OILS.
S. F. Slako
iPaints, Oils, Varnishes,
vVall Paper, Window Olass, Win
dow Shades, tfec.
Always on hand, the oelebratsd illuminating
Oornr ElTnth Street aad Waahlasj
JOHN H. XTJLBJET,
Attorney at Iawe
OFFICE : At residence on Ninth Street, between
Washington avenue anl w ainui ntreei.
FIRE AND LIFE
Policies are issued on the most favor
able terms by
URNERAL ISSIBAXCB AG NT.
K. tiiil Kauuil Mstd MaiaveS tVttsU
siMstle ! I.
OKICB -la th Aleaander Coujuty Bank,
i-ur Cairo, illlnow.
R. SMYTH cSc CO.,
Wholesale ant Betail Dealers in
WINI.H OF A I.I. KIN US,
No. 00 Ohio Levee,
MESSRS. SMYTH a CO. have Sonstantly
a large stock ol the best goods in the mar
ket, and give especial attention to Ihe aholeaal
ranch of the business.
MT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
Order for Coal bythe oar-load
i,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
aromptlv attended to.
BUrTo largo oonaumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIBO CITY. V0AL COaTrAHY.
rf-Hallidsy Bro.'s office, No. 70 Ohio Levee.
EfHalriday Bro. ' wharf boat.
B-At EgyptiAn Hills, or
fc"At th Coal Damp, foot of Thliry-Elghth
Ct"Post Office Drawer. .
No 60 Ohio Levee.
T . 6 tf.
Dealer in Fresh Mea
Between Washing-ton and Ooanmarola
Avtaass, adjoining Kaany'a.
KEKP9 for sale the best Beef, Perk, Mutton
Veal, Lamb, Sausage, Ve.. and 1 pr
read U erv fa ml lies in an eeoeatahl ma:
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, 8hawneetown, Evans
ville, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
The elegant side-Wheel steamer
JValtxrB. I'KKNIVUTOH-. . Master
Jhamlx I'xhmirutob Clerk
Will leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY at 6
o'clock v. m.
His Seel steamer
,.. ..-.. Master
Leave Cairo every SATURDAY.
Each boat makes close eonnaotions at Cairo
With nrst-clase steamers for et. Louis, Mem
phis and New Orleans, aud at Evansville with
th a. A c n. n. iiiiwmi.".
and with th Louisville Mail Steamers fbi.aU
point on the Upper Ohio, giving throua re
ceipts en freighUand passeugers to aU point
f or uruier luiunumuu el.' . -,
BOL. SILVtR, Passenger Agent
L. SILVaR, Passenger ageui.
UALLIDAY BROS., i Au.
j u I'HILUPS. I
' M QLGRAMIIEB.
urw , k.
4W&i;. rvan.7Ii1. Isffiaaa.
Popular Illustrated booVf Jppage)n)
MAKHOon! Womanhood! aUauAGBl
liupoUiinent to Marriage, tha causa
and cure. Sent ncurtly ealtd, pt
paid for co ceaU. by Da. C. WHiTTiaa,
6it St. Charles Street, St. Lows, Mo.,
the great specialist. Read hit works.
From Fifty cents to Twenty-flv dollars.
A tun line or late style cerset sad hosiery at
'""rt nwB man ever ueiora onerea la
Cairo. Old straws made over, or taken
in exchange for new goods.
A fill Stock of Ladies Woolea and Cotton
RIBBONS AND LACES
Feather, Flowers, etc. , of every variety and
at all Prices.
My stock mtint lie closed out, and I will giv
my customers better bargains than ever offered
oetore MRS. C. M'LEAN.
. . JT . S.xu.lqrWMn.howlorur,
uklnd of rump... with handrnl. ef valuable merlpte,
ho ihould m.rrv.th. InifMstimettl. to merri.re. their na
lure ud euf. Treau on all Innm, hilly esTtTeralag their
uauw., .ymptom..nd rnNfii to curei it i. tn.onlw pall
rientifle vnrk orhr k Ind rrrr BiiMi.hrd, and t. tompMa
in eT.r? rr.pert. Srnt .mir-ly fealrfl on rpcipt ot so ets
Audrr... 1. C. A. 4!xak, SI HrlH sitta strata.
OFFICEi Eighth Street, between Wsshingtol
and jramercial Avenues, Cairo, Illinois.
"yM. B. SMITH
Physician Sc. Surgeon,
Office in Winter' Block, corner Seventh and
Commercial Avenue, (entrance oa Seventh).
Residence Thirteenth street, west of Washington
STEATT0X ft BIED,
AOENT8 AJtBBIOAW POWDE CO
57 Ohio LeATAe.
NEW Alt VEBtTISEMEMTA,
Ot VWKt LAM TUkUH .f
Eeddlnff Plunte, Roaes. tto..
iii .we ,n yaT own town. Terms and
dUO 83oulut fiee. H . HALLET A CO., Port
tf-WE WANT SOO VOKB mtST
CTETAaa wivn a an-ttrTwe. a n.nLx
AND 600 MEN OF KNKBOY AND
wmijuioaiiun JAJSJtMAA., BUT
OF THE AOENT. FOB PABTICTJ.
wilsoa Ssra? iicki Co. Clitin.
887 and 829 Broadway, New Toxk, or
eeaw vriaisna, A.a-
A YEAR. AOENTa WANT
ED on our Grand Combi
nation Prosectus, rejiresent-
150 DISTINCT BOOKS
wanted everywhere. The Blgreat Thlata
Ever Trleel. Sales made from this whsii all
single Books fall. Also, Agent wanted m ur
MAGNIFICENT FAMILY BIBLES, Superior
to all other. With Invalnable Illustrated Aids
and Superb Bitdings These Book 1ml the
World. Full particiilars free. Address JOHBI
St. FUrXEat V CO., publishers, Philadel
phia tf -i a day at horn. Agent wanted. Outfit
JlZ and terms free. TRUE A CO.. Augusts.
t") J? Extra riB Mdxed Cards, with name
S.O lO ct.. post said. L JUJStS A CO..
Nasnsii, N. Y.
SIR t77 Weektc Agents. $10 OUTFIT
Jvl tO rRtE. V. O. VICEEHY, Au-
DPaJCiniVlC No mauer how sKshtly dis
rClaOIUreO aulcd. increases now naid. Ad
vice end circular free. T.lJUcMicaAU, Any, 707
Bjnsem cc, rniia., l a.
OR Faney Mixed Card, latest styles, set 5
scrull nue stvles. wuh name lOo . Dost Daid.
aatssu Cwt '., P. O. box so Nassau N.Y.
etc EXTBA FIE CAHIi. no two alike,
J with n. in.. lOs-lH. J. Si. HARDER.
Maiden Bridge, N. Y.
(e a- ton per day at home. Samples worth
3 TO VtVtitne'. sllN60NAtJ., Port
IfaTe-flM A MONTH received by onsgrado
iV e 4stes. students wsBtwI. Salaiy paid
wAiis sreoticiiia'- Mitustloes ftireished. Ad-
elrMsN. W. iaTJCGUAPULNTlIL'TE,
VllW, VI U.
fie Vine Mixed Caids, with aaute, ii eeots
w ol id. SSforlO cents. A. THAYER
atJO.. north (.hatnem, a. s .
W. n. MABEAN.M. D.
EoocojaiHe flpcian acl Sirjsra
(Dr. Brigbam's Successor )
Office : 136 Commercial Ave.
S-l-llu ' ' Cauo, Illinois.
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