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Democratic State Ticket.
For State Trtaeortr
iTor SuperMenaetvt ot.rnUlc Instruction
For Congress ElghtcntU District,
FniST Tho" restoration o( gold and silver
u tho bulaot, the currency ; the resumption
of spedo payments as soon as possible with
out disaster to the business of the country,
by steadily opposing .Inflation and by the
payment of the national Indebtedness In the
money ot the clvllbicd world.
Sbcoitd Free commerce; no tarifffor an
other purposo hut revenue.
Third Individual liberty and opposition
to sumptuary laws,
KourtiTi The right and ' duly of tho
State to protect lu citizens from extortion
and Unjust .discrimination by chartered
Firm Btgid rastriction ot 'the Govern
ment, both Sulo and National, to, the legit
lraate -domain Of political power by e.xcltld
leg therefrom all executive and legislative
IntcrBcddllng with the affairs of .society
whereby monopolies are fostered, privll
edged clases aggrandized, and lndlvidun
freedom unnecessarily and oppressively
Tho following Central CbminUteo
waj5 appointed, by tho yllopablican, 9911
grcsslon&f convention that met a
Mound City, August 13, 2874 :
Alexander county, Q. W-ilcJCcaig :
Jackson, Btol. L. Wiley ji"
Johnson, A. J. Aldcn ;
Massac, Henry Armstrong 5
Perry, 8, J. Parks;
1W n. D. Baker;
l'ulaskl, George W. Mertr., Sr.;
Kandolpb, D. 11. MoMa&teis-,
Union, It. B Blinson ,
Williamson, Milo Erwin.
Tho following Central Coniinittco
was apioi'nteil by tho ilopublican con
vehtion of the Fiftieth senatorial dis
trict, held at Mound City, August 13
Alexander county, K. E. "Walbridgo;
Jackson, Ezra O. IMlett )
Union, T. II. Phillips.
At tho Dcmooratic concessional
eoavention, held at Anna, Scploiuber
3,1874, tho following Central Com
uiiltee for1 tho Eighteenth district was
ltandolpb, Bevorly 'VVlllshlro;
Perry, E. B. Kusber;
"Williamson, O. W. Goddard ;
Jackson, O. W. Andrews;
Union, Hugh Andrews;
Johnson, I. N. Pierce;
Massao, J. W, Thrift.:
Pope.D.B.Fhld; - -
Pulaski, Obod Edson
Aloxander, John II. Ubnrly ;
At 'Large, Judge F. Brois, Cairo.
Tito following cxecutirb committee
for' Union county was appointed by
the DomojirfUc county convpntion that
mot, in. J oncsboro, August 24, 184 :
Jnd 0' traw rord . i
o. v. 11m.
Tho iollowing Etato committee was
appointed by tho Democrat ic-Upposi
tion convention, at Springfield. August
ill jJiiirtci, Jigoort Jameson, unicago
2d District, Win. J.Onahan, Chicago
3d District, F. JI. O. Winton, Chicago
4th District, A. M. Harrington, Geneva.
6th. Dlsttlqt, Wm.'Wrlght, Kreepoit.
6th District, J,-H.Drake, llock island.
1th District, Geo. "W. Havens, Ottawa.
8ltt District, Washington E. Cook,
0th District Cbas. P. King, Peoria.
10th District, David E. Head, Carthage.
11th District, J. 7A. Bush, Pittefleld.
12th District. E.li. llerritt. Bnrlni-flelil
18th District, John A. Mallory.Uavana.
Hth" District. J. U. Busby, Champaign
lfith District, N. O. Kobinson. ElDog
16th District. O. D- Uoiles, Greenville
17th District, rWr Q. Kromo, Edwards'-
Tine. f - ; f
iBtn District, W. it. uroon, Uairo.
10th District, James P. iloblnson.OInoy.
At Large, N. B. Miller, Chicago.
At Largest. W. Townsond, bbawneo
town. At Large, Win. Brown, Jacksonville.
Mr. Urown was elected chairman of
Tho Jollowiug Central Committco
watf appointed by tho Domocratio con
vention of 'Alexander county, at Cairo
Clear Creek, .Thomas J. McClure.
Goose Island, OOreenloy, ' '
Spg.Teyh, N. Ilunsacker.
aalewood,.Jaraea E. McCrite.
Thebas, J. G. Eolwlog.
BanU Xe, 3. W. Kenfrow.
Unltr, W. J. Mlltord.
VnrtVOsirvU-U Me teal CM. U Harroll,
T W Halllday and Jamrs Carroll.
bouth Cairo, John IT. Gobsijud, John
UoVley.'JBfckandDr. D. Arter.
The following1 Central Committee
was appolntedby tho Semocratic.Lib.
ci"al convention thot mot at Anna)
September !, 1874,, nnd nominated
candidates for the legislature in tho
Fiftieth Senatorial District ;
Alexander, II if BlaVo, J O Lynch.
Jackson, 1 Dlsbon, ;1oseph Cully.
Union, Oliver 1II1I, T M Fcrlno.
At Largo, T P IJouton, of Union.
Tits funeral of Mark dmith, whoso ro
malns'sirrlvod in Now York on tho 7tb,
took piece on Thursday lull, from "tho
lllllo church round tho corner," of which
Kev. Mr. Ilougbton Is rector. Among
tho rail bearers vn A. Oakley "",
T.tor Wallack. Mux Straknscl), VYimo-
law Weil and other fonllomon of high
social and Hlersr standing.
tub newspspors of the Paclfio slope
aro giving much promlncnco to tho oWJs
and discomforts "inseparable from trnvol
ontboContral Pacific railroad." Card-
sharps, monlo-tblevos, picK-pma uu
confidence wen ro said to ietl every
train, floeelnpas woll tho unwary inonlcd
man a tho Ignorant omlgront. It these
complaints bo truo (and they probably
are not) congress can, undor its inter
state coramorco pollsy, appiy n sutiiciom
Undue apprehennons have bcon enter,
tnlncd respectlnc tho corn crop, eipecUlly
in Southern Illinois. Johnson roiinty will
produce an average viold. Union county,
wo ro toJJ, wlU.ftll short not moro than
30porcom. Jn A.xanJercounty, whoro
it was belloved the yield would not avor-
ago fifteen buihols to tho acre, thoro seems
to bo an absolute guarantoo of noarly
twice that Quantity. If other portions of
the Northwest do as wall as Egypt corn
bread will not rank among the luxuries,
Douohertt, of tho Jonesboro Advor.
thor, was In tho city Saturday, on busi
ness connected with his paper, lie is
Irreconcilably hottilo to Oloments and
Inscore, and will work and voto to en
compass their defeat. Ho is not without
Influence himself or influential rotations.
Wo would, however, that the one were
groator and tho number of tho other mul
tiplied hy hundreds. Ho Is a warm sup
porter of Albright, Domocratlo nomineo
forthelowor branch of tho Uoneral As
Louis IIouck, Esq., Jato of Cairo, tut
now a. resident of Capo Girardeau, has
bcon tondorod a nomination, by tho "Peo
ple's party," as a candidate for a scat nn
tho supremo bench of the stuto of Mis
souri. As tho "l'ooplo's party" is mado
up of what Is inelegantly donomlnatod
"tho rag-tag and bob-tail" of all tho polili
cat oloments of tbostato, it was boliovod
that Mr. II. would promptly "decline the
honor," olc. Up to this time, howover,
wo bavo received no intimation of
his purpose to decline His acceptance
would prove utter political annihilation to
IIok.' WiLLiiM Ua.ut7.ell proposes to
employ tho Interval between tho present
tirao and tho election in vhltlng tho voters
or tho dl'ler cot counties of this district,
delivering addretios wherever and when-
or'iini,cevui roiults promiso to fol
low. He will, during the presont week,
raiko a flying trip through Pulnskl, Mas-
c and Pope counties, making spoocbos
at Mound City, Motroplls, Now Columbia
and Golconda. On hU second trip, of
which duo notlco will ho given, ho will
bo accompanied by Judgos Allon and
Groen, Mr. Oborly, Gon. Jones and other
gentlemen recognized as among tho ablost
peakcrs In Southern Illinois.
Haum, tho lUdical, aud Marshall, the
Democratic candidato for congross in the
Nineteenth district, are on the sick list
llaum is suffering from a severe attack ot
bilious fever, and Marshall from nervrui
prostration, which has boon somewhat ag
gravaled by laborious but futllo attempts
on his part to glvo respectability to the
'salary grab." Nelthor of thoso pontic.
moo will, therefore, bo ablo to mako an
active canvass. Meanwliilo, Anderson
tbo Reform candidato, (and, by tho way
tbo greatest domagoguo and most arrant
blatherskite In Egypt) is working liko a
beaver, oxcitod to extraordinary oxortion
by tho tncroaHod probability of bis elec
tion, 'paused by tho fact of his opponents'
lllnoss. With nil his faults, Marshall is
the best man of tho throe, and much tho
WILL THE DELUSION LAST?
Hon. Isaac Olomonts, tho P.ndical can
didato for congress in this district, is try
ing to win his re-oloctlon by deceit which,
for its bsro two-facodness is without par
allel in tbo political history of Southern
Illinois. lie is all things to all men firm
and outspoken in nothing, unless it
bo In something to which everbody us.
In Williamson county, whoro tb hos
tility to tho civil rights bill is gonernl, ho
declared bis belief that tho measuro found
no warrant in the constitution; that it con
templated an Invasion of tho rights ot the
States, and, at best, was of doubtful pol
ioy He thought there wore dlscrlmmin
lions against the blacks that should bo for
bidden, but the pending bill embraced
foe niwfi, and would prove hurtful to both
races. A bill to euro existing ovils one
warrantod by tho constitution nnd not ob
noxious to tbo rights reserved to tbo States
and tho people, might command his favor
"ho didn't know" but Sumner's bill-
well, hodid'nt liko it I
This, wo aro credibly inforraod, Is tho
subitanco of Clements utteroncei, in ref
erooco to tho civil rights bill, among tho
antl-clvll rights Ecpublicans of William
In Jackson county, whoro hostility to
tbo civil rights bill Is scarcoly loss intense
than in Williamson, he avowed like sontl
merits. Proof wo havo of this In tho diroct
testimony of reliable men, and in the de
claration of tho leading lladlcal paper of
tho county that at least two of Mr. Clora
eats' Uemocratlo frlonds aro so well satis
fled with his position ou this question thst
they can ana will Jend him consistent
Additional and incontrovertible ovl-
dencocan and will bo lurnishod that in
Williamson and Jacksun and oiherpor
tlons'of tuV district wboro thoniassos are
'earnest nni outspoken In their opposition
to negro social and civil equality, Mr.
Clements avows harmony of sentiment.
Passing to Alorandor am1 Pulaski coun
ties, wboro about ono-thlrd of the entire
vote Is cast by nogroes, and whoro tho sup
porters of tho civil rights bill aro qulto ns
led to tho polls Una caltla to slaughter
will, almost In a Solid body, do llkowlso.
No coaxing, no baiitoringl tio moans
known to tho' Opposition party can Induco
or oompol Mr. Olomonts to como forward
now, and.openly nvow his position, on tho
civil rights bll, oliher In Cairo or Mound
City. JJodare not do It, lit keepers arid
a J risers will not, permit. htm to do It, un
til the vory ovo of the olection. At that
hour, when It will bo to Ulo too advlso tho
voters of tho upper counties of bis double-
dealing, ho will :omo forward, nud with
counterfoil honesty, noisily proclaim him
numerous as Itadical voters, wo find that
Mr. Clements has loll an enllroly dllTorent
impression. Tho negro population sup
port htm, not bocauso if his Unanclal pol
icy) not because of his ndvocacyof river
mprovoment, for Mr. Hartzall is, as all
Wostorn men are, a friend. of that meas
ure; not becauso he has "mnda his rnnrlf"
tn congress and reflected som 3 of his glory
upon Egypt, for ho hat not donu, nud Is
Incspablo of doing either. They rally to
h!s standard simply becauso of tho abso
lute assurance they havo received that 1
when tho civil rights bill is put upon Its
passago in tho house, ho will, if ho hap
pens to bo thore, voto for it. For this rea
son the moro intelligent negroes of Alex
ander and Pulaski counties will voto for
Mr. Cloments, and tho Ignorant portion,
self and Ills party sworn t'riends of that
mlschlovous measure, ana declare his In
tention to support it.
This Is tho programme; and tho incau
tious frlonds of Mr. Clements, in Cairo,
do not hesitate to admit tho fact. Jle has,
llioy agrou, deluded tho JUdicnl opponents
of tho civil rights bill; nud thoy further
agroe, that his olection depends upon tho
tucccttful malntulnanco of that delusion.
A MAN WHO ACHED 1'Olt A EOW.
From the Detroit Flee PrcM.
Yesterday, as a policeman was loaning
against the walls of thu Dotrolt and Mil
waukee depot, ho win approached by a
limn about 80 years old, whoso rod taco
was a good match for h'u hair. Ho was a
little "cprung,1' and be felt llltu a steer
turned Into a clover Held.
"Mister," says he, speaking very confi
dentially to tbo officer, "I don't want to
gut lockod up, and havo my name In tho
paporr, and bo fined, but I am in from
Ionia on a llttio blow-oul, and I'd givo a
uloan 310 note to liuvo a lllllo scrimmago
"You nicau you want to tight V asked
That's what 1 mean. I'm just aching
for a row. I want to stand buforo about
throo good fellows and have somo one
give me tho word to go in,"
xce omcor nsuca 11 tie was ncavy on
tho fliiht. and ho answered: "Heavy I I
should' say I was. Why,. I'm terrible.
They call mo tho llutslnn boar at homo,
nnd tho hull town stand up or sit down,
iust as I say." Tho olilcor i-aid It was his
duty to discourage disorderly conduct, but
in a r.aso ItRe tuat, wncro a man naa corns
120 miles to uot up a row, ho Tell it bis
iiuty to axtenil mairoci niu, no tola iuo
Kusslan bear to go to tho corner of Buau
bien street, enter somo saloon, talk in t
very loud voice, and he'd soon havo bis
bands full. "That's me, much obliged I"
nxclalmod tho man, and ho walked off.
In about ten minutes a boy came running
down ana nid n man wltn ouowo-i
ear. two black eves, and a brnkon noso.
was "ud there'' in a ditch. Tho officer
wont bade with tho boy, and ho soon came
upon tbo Kusslan bear, who was lying in
tho gutter, one leg doubled back, blood
all over him, and tils coat ripped in every
soam. "Tnat's you. Is It?" asked the offi
cer, as ho pulled at tho man's arm. "Woll,
did you find tho row?" "Policeman,"
replied tho man as ho gained his fuel and
looKcu at Dlmioll anu ion uiscir, -ponce'
man, don't It seem to you as II 1 UU1 1 '
A SAGACIOUS PKEDIOTION AND
Many yoars ogo, boforu pilots or officers
on boats were licensed, Henry Clay, the
Kentucky statesman, wa passonger to
.Now Urlcans. In tbo pilot Iiousu ono
doy a pilot who was on watch suggestod
to liltu tliat congress ougnt to compol pi
lots and other olllcors on boats to havo a
licenso. "Ah I my doar sir," said Clay,
"If ovor congress commonces Interfering
with boats und tholr officers, thoro will be
no end to that interference," and tho great
orator was right, for to this day congross
has so intorferod with tbo interest of boats
and boatmon as to cripplo scrioMjIy tho
rlvor Interosts lu tho west and south. It
Is a rotnarkable fact that tho more con
grois has had to do with tho improvements
of tho Ohio river nnd the interests of
boatmon, tho,leis account tho river has
boon, and fewer mon have boon able to
mako a living on the rlvor. Iieforo tho
days of snag-boats, llfu-saving npparatus,
dams, bridges, and various now-fanglod
patents, local inspectors and govornmant
intorforonco gonerally, tho Ohio rivor was
all right accidents woro less, business
was better and dangers less. Look at It
now. Tbo nnttra marine interest of tho
West and Bouth is not as prosperous and
safe as it was twonty-flvo yoars ago. As a
profitable trafllo it doesn't amount to a
row of pins. Twenty yoars from now tho
rlvor from Pittsburgh to Cairo will bo a
canal lined with locks.
Obioin or Tiivrnoin fevaii. An
English professor claims to havo discov
ered a now caiiso of tbyphoid fovor. A
family in his neighborhood was attacked
with a severe typo of tbo dlsoiso, and, on
a careful search of the promises, a spout
of tbo pump was found to be covered
with a sort of a gelatinous matter. Sub
mitting this to microscopic Investigation,
It was soon to bo aiungoin growth, from
which spores wero constantly washed
away by tho'flowing water. Following up
this discovery by mlnulo examination
of tho outlet ot tho sower through which
tbo drainsgo of tho town flowed, tboro
woro found fungoid growths of a similar
naturo to thoso in tho pump spont. In
tho vicinity of this outlet tho fovor had
alio provailod, having caiios of the fover
in his otq family, tbo professor followed
up his Inquiry by a chemical analysis of
the water drank, nnd found In it minute
sporos of tbo samo fungus. His conclusion
is, therefore, that the fovor had Its origin
in tho fungus matter taken Into tho syra
tcm, whoro it farinouts as yeast in beer,
and poisons tho blood,
The Loui vlllo Ledger (Democratic)
Is opposed to tbo proposition of Governor
Leslie to have a convention of domo
cratlo governors in ordor to
take council together on tho
political situation, and especially on nurg
tlons of conflict between state and federal
jurisdiction. It appoarn that somo of tbo
domocratlo governors oven tako Issue with
Gov. LoslUlnitho matter. Gov. Urown,
of Tonnoiseo, bowdver, endorses it heart
ily. The lodgor, in'dlscuising tho matter,
says 1 "Washonld be vory sorry to see
tho southtndnccd to put Its trust for re
liof In any such futile expedient as this
proposed convention. Any oncourago
mont given' to tho schomu can only bo
mischievous In Its rosoits, as lending to
dlvort tho popular mind from tho only
real moans of roller."
Tnj! nows comos from Italy that n
colossal equestrian slatuo of Napoleon
lilts to bo erected at Milan. Italy is
vory Inrgoly Indebted to tho Into Emperor
of h ranee for her delivery from Austrian
rule, and her consolodatlon Into one inde
pendent nation. Napoleon, In preparing
for his fatal war with Prussia, railed a
great deal on tho assistance of Italy; but
tho oxogonolcs or that countries mlltlcal
alliances at tho time provented Vljlor
Emmanuel from coming to the holp of his
old frland and ally, lln frunkly ropro.
snnted his embarrassing portion to Na
poteon.and tho latter as fritikly nnd gen
erously yielded to the inevitable, nor
uttered a word of complaint.
Thore aro not less than 11,600,000 cull
dren of tho school ago in tills country.
Wo spend annually for schools over $0J,
000,000, which is equal to ono-thlrd of ami
per cont. of tho property, real and per
sonal, as roturnod by the last census, and
wo employ 'J21.000 toachors. The na
tionnl gjvornmont has already sot aside
for oducotlonal purpiscs, over 110,000,000
acres of tho public lands.
Mn Oha Hbockman, of Indopond
onco precinct, Informs us that a Urge ani
mal of some kind is looso in tho woods in
tils neighborhood, and that It Is almost
Impossible to get children to go to school
for foar of It. It is not certainly known
what tho animal Is but some say It Is a
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H. A. llioina u. n. Tliom.
TIIOMB & BROTHEH,
8ucoefcors to II. M.Iiulen,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. HH0K Kit
ARD DIAUMIS 131
atnpln and fitnor Slrorrrl,
foreign and Domestle
lfil Commercial Avenue,
OAIKO. . . tLLINOIH
NKW VOKK STOilE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
t.AMOST VABIBTT STOCK IIS TU1S O
GOODS SOLD VEKY OLOHK.
lilTiifr u( SSInelMou til lrl ami lor
O. O. I'ATDCI.
MILLER Sl PARKER,
FLOUH, COItN. OATS, HAY.&c.
Agents for I'airbank Scale.".
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON
(Succesjor to John 11. Phllhs,)
FORWARD 1NG MERCHANTS,
.MEAL, BRAN, &c.
A genU for Laflin & Rand Powder Company.
COlt. TENTH ST. .t OHIO LEVEE.
ATJCHH. K. J. AYKK
AYKRS & 0O
F L O U' B
OENKHAL COMMISSION MEHOIIAMT.
No 7 r.MVKe.()niri(UiRn. lu
W. Stratton. T. Illrd
STRATTON & BIRD
om mission Merchants,
Agouta American Powder Company
a? ouio zicrsE. Cfijjio.
LIQUOlt 1) E AL Elt
No. 110 Ohio Lovco,
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
OP ALL KINDS, HARD- AND BOIT,
Keep constantly on hand
Mill and Yard,! Connor 84tL Street
'J and Oliio Lovco.
Utreet, beU. com Wfttilugton
Chemicals, Patent Medicines,
ssV'lsssssssssssrV' sssssssssssssssssssssssssssssN SH
loiicn vruoies, JJrupgist'g l'ancy Uootls, Collier AVhitc
Lead and "OLhor Gnulcs, Paints, Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Trbo Colors, J)yo
Stuffs, Etc., Etc., Etc.
We Solicit corTcupomleiicc ami orders from DriifjrlitK, Physicians ami Oenerai Stores
in want or ( 001N In our Line. Steamboat. Plantation und Kamllr .Meillclno cases furn
lnhcd or Helllled with Itfllaulo Drum at Iloa.onablo Kates'
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, RETAIL & PRESCRIPTION,
71 Ohio I.nrcc. Washington Ate. cor. Klw'iitli St.
Bristol & Stilwell
Keep ovcry tliinp pertaining to the
lino of Staplo and Fancy Grocerio,
Woodenwarc, Vegetables, Fruit, Ac,
Aoto is the time, to j)ot your JluVn fur
early winter Fhiccrr. 'e have a stock
finer Dutch JMls (or winter und
privy blooming than ever lejorc offered,
imported from Holland fur the
autumn trade of 187-1 , by J). St. Ferry
(f; Co. They can be relied on as choiee.
A variety oj
lie will furnish catalogues contain
inj directions for culture, and manage
ment of the above, fric, on application.
Will take orders for anything in the
line of winter gardening.
No 32 EIGHTH St.
CAIUO CITY BINDBItY.
.orner Twelfth eUeet and Washington Avo
J. C. HUELS.
(Late of lit. Louis,)
BOOK HINDER AND 1ILANK HOOK
illlLANIC HOOKS of every ilcn rlptlou
one witli nontni."i und dUpateh, All klmU
f rullliK douo at i-liort notice. Iliblcf.
Miisli-, MacazlneH anil I'eilodiciiN bouud
neat and ut tho lotvcst poislblo ruten.
CountY work, mch 11a lleeords, Docket
Fee Hooks, lllanks, otr.. made a fpi'hilty
Hoxe, 1'oekct Jlookn, lnvelojis, etc , innpo
41 hjwubi rmcn.
nninoT)9,g3,no,Al ""1 trjjrl3
vxouva aiivsvsKvjniv'v.ttji jo
trnoNiaSoo rouj im7K0Ki.uax
MTOom -iionun r" "i TTIMa
onv uaonv hism iiso
flaaxrsVstvno -avq v
AN I) RETAIL
m un oil
Perfumery, Soaps, Brushes,
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
TilltNKV : UOIINSKLUR AT LAW
Offileo Over Klrt iratlonal ltank. 3-lWliu
lolin 11. .MulVey. William C. .Mulkey.
1 MULKEY & SON,
iVTTOUNEYS AT LAW
OHIIee: Kloili street between Commcr
ijsl nnd Washington avenues f-l Hf.
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSKIiOUS AT LAW,
tVlilimn ll.llrrcn, 1
William II. (illbort, OAIKO. I -LS.
sllL'sK. (fllUirt, I
rvrpeeiai ntt-ntlnn Riven to Admiralty
! "iu nn ...t btl-lnos.
(illieer Obio l.cvec, Itooins .7 ands ovo
Ulr .Natloiial Hank
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
No. 70 Ohio l.cvtf, CA1KO, ILLS
muntii und tilling onler.
JJTpecial attfction (ftven to oomlifn-
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
3NTo. IIO Oliio Xj 0x7-0
J. Q. HARMAN &. CO
NOT AK IKS PdULICS
ml Liuid Accuttof tho Illinois Central mid
lluiilngtim und Jll.ourl It. It. Cos.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Lovco,
C. WINSTON &, CO,
Real Estate Agents
71 Ohio lt.veu, Second Floor,)
Iluy and Ml KKAL KSTATK, l'av TAXKS
I'urnlehoa Abstracts of Title.
JACOl) WALT Utt
BUTO 3C3E3 3Fa.,
And Dealer In
Kroitrii SritKKT, hut.' AVAsiiiKaToK anu
CoMMKuojAfc, Avk; aajoioint; Manny's
KeoDS tho beNt orilecr, Pork, Mutton yeal
l.auib, Huago etc. mid is prepared to
irve families in au acceptable mauner.