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KMMltC MM tar Rvery Fugr.
JOKH X. OBMUCY, Editor.
I'rovidtng no complications Inlcrvcnc,
Thomas 'W. Vrry. ol Michigan, will
succeed to Mho vlee-prcfldcney of llic
A belief U becoming current that 'Mc
Donald's sentence has been delayed to
give his friends n chance to tec whether
or not' they can afford to put up $.V),000
bonds, thereby jflvlnjr John a chance to
THK UM ATCOH V EMTIO.
Tho preamble and resolutions adopted
by the tils. Louis railroad convention
urect the government to nid In con
structing SpUiern Pacillc railroad on
or net the thirty-second parallel, with
extensions to the Mississippi river id
Memphis, Vlcksburg and Ncw Orleans.
JHn C. NORI.K'N i.ri;R.
The I'adiicah Wctkly Herald, edited by
John C. Noble, deserves patronage. The
last issue was composed ol over twenty
six lengthy columns of live reading mat
ter. If Noble is not supported by the
people of Ids portion of Kentucky It
would be better for him to use his latent
In some other locality.
During tha Centennial at PJtihi Jclphla.
both the Northern and Southern armies
will, it Is said, he represented by their
leading generals, and by thousands of the
rank and tile from every State In the
Union. The Idea Is to display tollio
great people ot Europe, who may visit
Philadelphia, that the men who fouht
each other a few years ago are now
united in celebrating the one liuudtcdth
birthday ol their-commou country.
lean soli. The .Mexicans Unlit welt on thu
banks of the river, because they know
that simply to cross tho Itio Uraiido will
glvct tlmin I In.- protection of thu Mexican
government. When rangers have
made a good light and fcu tholr en
emy lly I ho Held to up
pear again, within short pWtol range, on
loreign soil, tnrecclvo protect lou through
a lalso national etiquette, they naturally
feel exasperated, and soon break down
the false barrier and cross the liver.
Some years befoto thu war a
company of rangers crossed
In pursuit of thieve. look
the town of PIcdras Xagrcs, mid louirht
for a number of days against great odds-
composed of negroes, Indians and Mexi
cans. In 1S.19, under cover ol General
wlggs' guns, a batlnllon went Into Koy-
nosa ; and recently Captain McXclley
protected by Federal gun?, has
crossed the Itlo Grande and In
trenched himself on Mexican soil.
The New Orleans Bulletin, speaking of
the allair, says : 'The placlntr of a few
soldiers at long Intervals alonir the river
bank on thu Texas side, with tiothiiur to
do but a species of sentry duly, Is n poor
protection against tho Incursions ol thu
raiders at weak and unprotected points
Either tho government has little appre
ciated thu real dangers to which the resi
dents on the Texas border have been sub
I jeeted, oreUelt has been criminally neg
ligent tlrst, for Its longdelay lu sending
any troops at all, and afterwards for so
arranglnjr tho movements ol those troops
us to prevent Iheiii from being of any
great value to the siiflcrcr. Tiu action.
or (.apt. Mccllcy, the commander or
tho Texas State troops, has been mi pro
ductive ol good that Gen. Ord has advo
cated tho adoption of thu same policy by
The Pittsburg JW advances the name
of Jeremiah Mack, of Pennsylvania, as
the man to cope with Grant In the pre
Idental campaign. Its article on the sub
Jcct concludes. as follows :
"Pennsylvania has not yet presented a
lavorlte son for the consideration of the
nation at large, nor would shu In her
bctiair thrust a fuvorlto sou for
ward; but, while discussing possi
ble candidates, It should not be forgot
ten that Pennsylvania has a son than
whom none bear a prouder front. In the
forward rank of statesmanship, a man
whose life has been as pure as his states
manship Is far-reaching and comprehen
sive ; a man whose good 'advice has been
unheeded by the administrations of the
last sixteen rears, but to whom thorn ml.
ministrations have gone in tho hour of
pern to asic that the path or safety be
pointed out ; a man umler whom ofllcial
corruption would not be permitted
to exist, much less to flourish and
spread Itself like a green bay tree until
it overshadows the whole laud ; a man
who has been trained lu tho highest
school of statesmanship, wbn la nrlt
edged on all hands to be the greatest ex-
uuuuuer ui uiu age, auu wnoso already
dlstuijruUbed services have crowned
hini with laurels worthily best
under whose guidance the republic would
be aafe. and by whom It would bo
Drought oack to the truo and ancient
landmarks, so that it might enter upon
the second century of Its existence
cjoiueu witu bright promise and sur
rounded by enduring certainty."
TORE TAKES" IK MAM, UONI.N.
The desire to appear in print causes
some people to say some very Injurious
tilings about Cairo. Why they do not
attempt to correct Mipposed evils at home,
In their home press, is not easily under
stood. Tho following, from a Cairo cor
respondent of tho Paducah Herald, who
signs herselt Mns. S. J. S., Is one or those
refreshingly odd pieces ol news that will
hardly meet with approval from our cit
izens: "The people here arc disheartened and
blue, and only need to live in rear and
dread a season to make them fas mauv
as can get away) leave the place for good
Money was never scarcer since tho lirst
year or the war ; or Indeed half so hard
to get hold of; everything to cat Is enor
mously high; wood and coal pro
portionally higher; taxes lieyond
any comparison with cash value
of property j no buildings going up; lit
tle business being douo in any line ; and
everybody dunning everybody else, and
few able to pay, and more cannot pay at
all ; and the worst part Is, there is abso
lutely no prospect or a change for tho
better. The look-out of to-morrow is no
brighter than the now of to-day ; Id fact
not so fair, for another assessment must
include the extra expense- ol the new
IJTec on property already bu
ried beneath Its loads of taxes.
However, we are not altogether lost to n
sense of personal excitement of a plea
surable character : and vn Imvn nnr r.i
and sociables, and hand In our lltty cents
with a nonchalance quite rcrreshhi"
when one comes to consider how exceed
ingly scarce those same commodities
If the writer has the Interests of Cairo
at heart, why publish nil this stuff lu a
Paducah paper? If reforms arc needed,
why not advocate them through
the columns of the home press? The
writer Intimates that this is a calamitous
, period for Cairo, and yet assists In Its
.V supposed calamities by nubllihlnir fl II IK.
V Ia.. e i . .. "
yiouiu ui nunjB iu me iaier ot a
town which Imagines Itself to bo a busl-
nets rival to our city. A correspondent
eoum ue moro Interesting particularly
a lady correspondent It shu would write
on lighter, gossipy, and more credltablo
topics. The subject she devoted her tl me
to, could not possibly have been attractive
to the general readers ot the Herald, and
Instead of doing good to Cairo, will work
It much harm.
Lawrence l'.arrctt Is playing an en
gagement at the St. Charles Theater.
Uarry Sullivan will make his debut
lu New Orleans, at the Aeademv nt
M title, on Monday.
Thu Pulaski 1'ulriol : "That's so.
He (Oberly) preaches there the third .Sun
day iu every month and they pay him
the collections." We roufess wo can't
see the "pint ;" but, nevertheless It Is
Midshipman l S. Carter, V. S. X..
son ol Geo. W. Carter, Ki., or Mound
City, has received orders to report, ror
service on the U. S. S. Marion now at
Portsmouth, Xew Hampshire, probably
ror a three years' cruise.
U he Pulaski I'alrht : "Thu Cairo
'0(uee' says, it was the lirt to urge the
establishment of an Insane Asylum in
Southern Illinois and its editor conteui
plates what is to follow with the liveliest
-Now Orleans liullelin : "Governor Kel
logg has written to the governors ot the
several Southern States asking of thorn a
statement or the bonded debt of tho tax
ation for Statu purposes, including Inter
est fund and thodato and tho approxi
mate amount of last Interest payment on
bonded debt. The auswers compiled. It
Is expected, will make n good campaign
THK BUS) CIRANOE.
Captain McNelley for over a year lias
bean In command of a company of
raagerson the ltlo Grande frontier of
Texas. Although the small force under
bis command Is entirely lnadi 'M lint n tVt
the protection of the area of disturbed land
m -urea mver oi the North "
mmm aanm Bltll'h mnd Iti III. Mu.t... . .
m imwiy ui
auu aw recent adventure.
M a counterpart In isr.o
kt XsyMM, wilt hare a toadency
I osmm the Mexican and United
states aptwMRMta to look to tltcir bord
Wtt NMti avert ieadJy light on Mcx-
1 770-TH K t'E.VTf;.'.I A I. 1
r.i llie Women of III Klghtfcnlli CoiiKrc.lonal
District of Illinois:
Lawks Having been appointed viec-
president of the Woman's Stato Centen
nlal Association for this Concrcsslonal
district, It Incomes my duty to call vour
attention to the efforts being made by the
women of our country, and to enlist
your co-opcratlon lu the work or cele
brating our hundredth birth-day as a trco
In the inajorlly of the States the women
arc aroused and at work In aid of thu
noble and patriotic purpose.
nut the women or Illinois have, so iar.
done but very little, and are but iinu-
awaking to the Interest tho occasion de
mands ; and whllo our Meters iu other
parts or our Stato are at work, let us not
no ldlo nor unmindful of thu Importance
ami tigniiicance of the occasion.
3 ho womaii'ii building Is now being
crecicu, ino means tor defraying tho ex
penses of which havo been raised by the
women of Pennsylvania, Ohio. District
of Columbia, Xew Jersey, Massachusetts,
Connecticut, lthodo l,land. Maine
and Florida. Hut means are still
wanting lor tho interior decorations, fur
nishing waiting rooms, llttlng tin with
show-cases, shelving, etc.
We can command all required snaco
rccof charge, llutas Illinois has not
yet given a single dollar towards thu
enterprise, we ought to render generous
assistance lu fitting and preparing for tho
opening. The women of the ten counties
comprising this Congressional district,
ought to raise at least Mx hundred dol
lars ns their share of tho money to be
used for that purpose.
Wo have a territorty rich Iu natural
resources ; In point of fact, few countries
can boast of a more productive poll or
greater mineral wealth. II also abounds
In relics, and works of races or men who
occupied this country long before history
was written, whose only records aru tho
mounds they feullt, and thu Implements
orstono and vessels of pottery which arc
burled lu them.
There Is much the women or Southern
Illinois can exhibit. There mo those
among us who ralsu cotton, tobac
co, and cultivate vlnyards, produc
ing excellent qualities of domes
tic wines. fruits ami iiniw
aim weave lauries, cloths and carpets,
and many kinds or ornamental work.
And It Is to bring those and all that is
meritorious or our women Into notice
that I appeal to you.
Sisters, let us do our part In this great
work of commemoration.
You will usk what are wo to do ? Von
can do much iu the way ol tableaux, con
certs, receptions, tea parties, (with ladles
and children In continental costume) fol
lowed by balls or excursions. And as
18781s leap year, let tho girls interest
themselves In giving leap year parties;
the children in
Ulnmenta, etc. All this will Infuse and
extend culhutlusm and energy Into tho
enterprise that will furnish money nnd
To place It lu tho power of our women
to nyiil.l UicinselrcH of all the udvantnges
ol transportation and exhibition I hem
mint be nsysfeni of organisation ; and.
that must' commciico lu your respective
towns. The refills of these can be re
ported through my ii.itmiK who will
be Appointed in each county, and w o
will havo the immediate wiper
Intcndeiiee of tho nik, and
will report your orptiil.allon., monies
raised, etc., to me ; and implications lor
spacu can bu made through inu to the
president or thu Stato Society, Mis. Gov.
Deveridgc, who Is In direct correspond
ence with the Central Committee at Phil,
Doubtful of the rcMilt, 1 accepted Ihls
appointment to enlist this portion of our
noble Statu lu thu proposed celebration.
I'lict, because, I think Hgypl too fair n
daughter to bu absent on this Interesting
occaMon, and feeling that shu her.ell
would feel Ju-tly. mortilled If unrepre
sented on tills grand gala day of our na
tional rejolcln;.- Come, my sisters ol
Southern MlmC, nrouso yourselves, and
1 will venture' to assert that at thu expo
sition of 1870 no women ol I lie West will
do mo.v than yourselves according to
their means and opportunities.
Let every woman weigh for herselftho
advantages to her sux, which must eoinu
from this exhibition. Whatever Mie can
produce. In art. literature, domestic pro
ductions and manufactures, with chisel,
pen, pencil, or needle, lmll bo brought
to show her skill, her Industry nnd her
Intelligence In thou lleliN ol labor
which arc not debatable. Kvery woman
can weigh lor hersell the advantages lo
her sex which mir-t eoinu from such an
Hut deeply u wo are interested in thu
success of this measure, so fraught with
,'ood lo woman, tlieiu U a higher, graini
er object for us all to aim at in this cele
bration which embrace men and women
alike lu Us blessings, lu seem as if tin-
very frplrlt of peace had planned this
golden opportunity for us to come to
gether, thu Xorth and South, Kast ami
Wet, as onu family, bearing the rich
treasures of our tertilu llclds, exhaustion
mines, and busy manufactories, united
by u common interest, seeklnga common
bles-Ing, and above all cementing in fra
ternal love, faith and charity, the founda
tions of our common coimtrv.
Arc we not ready to respond, each in
her way, as God has given us the ability?
ltemember, that the enterprise in wiii.'h
ve are embarking Is purely a national
one. It is rc.trieted hi- no Hi
orsect or party
Ho promised lo .cml n dispatch lo hlx
wife Hie following day, but no word ha
come. IIU family me most dlstiaetcd,
fearing foul play. DIsiuMies Irom Well
ington nitl -walling here, showing that
tlio.ilepartiuentdocs not know his wheio
aboiilH. Hocxpeelid tlieni and Mild ho
would telegraph his address. Ilc.ls ihor
"uglily baled by the whlky men, and
his absence excites alarm.
LYNCH & IIOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Huslnoss house on Levee, lately oc
cupied by Cunningham &Stllwoll.
llinlness homo on Levee, near Sixth
street, lately occupied by Cro, Cole
man & Co.
Winter's Jlloek- suitable for Hotel,
Olllccs or Uuslness rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered 1. 7, 8 and 0, in
Winter's How, 5 looint each, for SKI per
Xo. 10 (corner), $12 "0-7 room.
Cottage on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenue 1 rooms $10 u mouth.
Store room lu "Pilot House," lately
occupied by A. Ilallcv.
Store room lately occupied by Howe
Sewing .Machine Co., on Commercial
Willie, nenr Ninth street.
Two .small llou-en west of Twenty-
second street, near Pine. SI eaeh i.er
Dwelling homo on Twelfth, near
Walnut, 0 room.
Mote room on Lcvco, above ISighil
street fill per mouth.
t ottage on Nineteenth sticel, near
Washington avenue at$S Ml n mouth.
Dwelling linu-e on Sixth street and
i i. .... . ..
in'ii niiur ui uricii iiiiiiiiing on
Commercial avenue, abovu Tenth street,
Koonis in varinui parts of the city.
KOI1 LKASKOl! SAI;i:.
number of Lots on Levee, above
i weinii sireel, outJido lire limits. Abo
a large number of other Lots lu different
Lauds, In Iracls to suit, near Cairo.
1000 -"beets of hrUtol hoaiil Jut rc-
ciuvcu at ine m i.i.ini.v olllcc, mid lor
sale to the trade.
flty of I'nlro,
colored ami varnMied, for sale nt hall
price (5"-50) at tho lti u.iiHN- olllee.
A scries of lectures under the nupl
ccs ol tho members of tho Llbrarv
Leading Journnl lf Southern
ir uiLHiucrs t ji uiu Liurnrv a-so-
native born, and our ndnntod ;,.i:, 'r Hiocsinuiiiimcnt 01 a public
and It Is bounded U. u- 'J,.;..,,' Uby 1,1 CilIro' W
Honing that wv '.Z VZZ" t"!. 111 U,u I'hytcrlan, Methodist and
o - ttiiii iuu '
sympathy and co-operation necessary to i
success, I subscribe myself
I. L. It. Waki.xku.
Vice-President Woman's Stato Centen
nial Association of Illinois.
lu So iv Yorli.
W.ifiiiiMiio.v, D, C, Xov. 2.-. IVoin
ten o clock this morning until sunset an
almost unbroken throng of men, women
and children nus.-rd ilii nn-'ii n... r.wim.i..
ofthecanltol to view tho lcmaliis ol'lho
Vfcc-prcs dent. '1'lm limlv i.tw-i,,.,i t..
glass covered casket lay lu stato on a low
cataralquu directly under thu center of
tho dome, watched "over in-
guard of honor detailed from the marine
corp. The catafalquu is the same which
was used at the olwcijuies of PrcMdeut
Lincoln. Chlef-.Iustli 1 'll-ico.-infl Smintf...
Sumner. Thu rotunda "is nmfiunir
draped with the national color.-", cntwlne'd
iui mourning, i ne senato chamber lias
been prepared by thu scrgeant-at-arms
tor to-morrow's funeral ccrcmonloA ml
presents an extremely Impressive appear
ance. Thu eilllll llMUn nl'll
ill thu plllasters aro covered with crano
uroatl bauds nnd festoons,
wood-work nvni- Mi ,.i..:
Pies dent's chair and the chair Itself bb
ingdraped with especial richness of cllVct.
I ho approaclics to tlie senate chamber
ami niarhlu columns of thu portico havo
also been llttlngly lin,ied with mourning.
1 ho casket U rich and massive. Tf7
usual Moral decorations rest on It, mid It
,i.iiii iiicnoc(i simply "Henry
"son. born I-'eb. 111. isi' i ,.,'i vn. 5
Chrlstaln churches. Tho Ibllowln
i dies and gentlemen have kindly
sented to lecture, coinmcueliig:
" 20, Dr. Win. 15. Smith.
Dec. 0, Miss ICato Thompson.
" i:i, Hon. Win. 11. Green.
" 21, Mrs. G.G. Alvord.
C. C. K. Gos-i. Sec'y.
lly order of Kxecutlvo Committee.
- - a .
Drunkenness Cured !
Al'Itlinut Inconvenience, ut yuiir liotnr. Antl-
dota scut fleet j liny ndJiw on rm-ljit of im
I'.II. IIUIIIIAIM), M I),
.Milliliter SI. l.ouls Ineljrluto Iloeplll.
Olilcc lilt Ulivu Slivct, St tiuls.
Opium or Morphino Eaters !
Ciiml wlllinut ii.itn or liiconu-nleiu-c. ill von
Homo in -iuil.ij-8. .Mculelm-i Cor Hi st llinu week
tiiiitment sent (Ue In nuy wMuss on nvi-lpt uf
ivcuuiiun, fiiiluiiiiiniiiit u.-eil (laity.
AiMreas, K. II, UlIIIIAIll), M. I).
Maiiap-r&t. r.o:iI Int-lji i.-tti- Hoajiltal.
Olllco-Illl OllicStntt, fee. Louis.
Clear Hatvana T,n wjh
H and Mads 6 '
TEN C?ENT CIGAR
w 0 tO
5 CJE tfTS !
COLD EN STAR
Sole Agents, Tvo Stores, 74 Ohio
Levee, and Washington Ave.
Corner Eighth Street,
IKHI i li .1 . ...
in mtaiiLikiiy niio.-c tlio pollcle.4 r.l tlu
llcpumicm party, and refum to he train-
mslleil , y the illi-tatton of any ellijuo In the
i.i ociinvcs luai inc Kcpiililfean party na
rultlllod IU uiUulon. nnd that the i)tnie-i
eratle party an nuw organized shotili. I t re
stored to pow er.
It hcllevM the Kndlcal tyranny that hna
fer several years opprrsu'd le yoniv
should bo overthrown am! thu people r i ui-
Southern Slates permitted lo control thci;
it ueneves mat railroad corporations
hould ha prohlhltcil hy Icgis'allvr ecar t
ments rrom cxtortm- and unjustly dukenm-
liiatlnj,' In their business trumuctloiiH Willi
It recognizes tlie equality of all men be
foro tho law
m a.i w.
n m eh m in
nave Reduced their Entire Stock in both their Stores, ConniHtingof
SUIT FOR $6 AND UPWARDS.
is asH'a avd m mmu m ca r: 32 bsatin psices ce joaito
ALSO IN FUKKISIIIHG GOODS !
la oiirliry.iiVwl liei.irlii.eiit nc -.1111 kIii"
A PRESENT OF TEN YARDS OF THE BEST CALICO
Toeverjlimlyivliiibiijut., the uinoinl nt puii ilolni.
ir '- i.-.ninaiami we will mm Mrr yon lliat Hf in.-im wlut wrsay.
.tT PAYS TO TKAD.E AT
HE1LBE0H & WEIL'S,
142 & 144 C'ommercigl Avenue.
Mnrli Ilarjri- N Kt-nsoiis for Coniiult.
(Ina- Niiii iilc.
Mcl.lM.Nsnmio. III.. v )-. ci....in
Harper, u ho ended his lllo hy .suicide,
went Into his otlico durln- thonlRht, mid
wlille all was Mill fired tho fatal Mmt.
HIS UOd.V Was followrd tr Ifa I
idacobvti larco nniiilui- nf ,in..:.,i ..n
ohm"' T1'0 lal""y h!,TU tllU '"1iiath'
ThefollowItiL' letter was fnumi
on n few oaL'cs In his duv.iwmi.-.
Trap Harnett, Deputy sheriff.
l)o tho best you can. Forgive me for
all I havo done. If you can. What I have
none i nut witu iionest motives. Fare
well, dear Trap ; voti aro not to blame
for this neither Is whisky. Farewell,
dear wife. Leafy, do thu best vnn ,. ,'
May the Lord ot heaven bless you. Dear
lather White, forflvn im. tr i
have done. May God bless von. 'i.'n,-.
r-vc ,Va' ,.,,U'ar fatl,(-'''. ori,'ive.
I'lirowcll. Trap, one word i,
you. )lud up my business tho
best you can. , I bavo d00
(iwlnl bad, yet no man Im an hom-Mor
cart mail 1 nave. Tell my rrlemls I
ha e to leave them thU way. but I can't
ncip ir. uivc this to Dr. I.on.Mrn.ii,
I'lMIt Dot"! I le.ivi' von. Lnm- ..u i
to do fo, but 1 cyin't bear t( see vou,
nhen I borrowed that money, l bor
r,ll t I" Koort faith, expecting to pay
yo i at any t hno, but thing nre?llirci!e.;t
i HrPlvo My trouble Is more
than I cmi bear. Farewell, dear doc.
Livo Afieiits Vanted
To s-cll Dr. Chase's Itcclpcs ; or lnfor
niatlon for Kverybody, lu every county
iu ue unueu stales ami Panadas. Kn
Jarged by the publisher to 013 pa-res.
contains over '.'000 household rcelncs. mid
h suited to all classes and conditions of
society. A wonderful book and a house
hold necessity. It sells at sight. Great
ci inducements ever ollercd to book
agent. Sainnlo conies sent lie- mull
1-oMpaitl, lor Kxclllblvu territory
Klvcn. Agents more than double their
money. Address Dr. Chase's Steam
muting House, Ann Arbor, .Michigan
More Cool OII-Slul,.rll inmshlor
1'iiir.AiiKi.niu, I'.i., Xov. W.-'JIus
,,""r''l',f. ;. "wl "H or lluld lamp M.
plodcd In tho bed-room of .Mrs. Charlotto
Chmy, In Camden, X. .1. The Jan..) was
sitting on tho mantel when it burst
brow h.g the lluld over tho ca pet, wldch
immediately Ignited. Laura CIibw . gc
clff itcoii. sprang out of bed, and imRed
to the door to call for help, when hor
nlRht clothes took lire. Bho then oped
, . " IllIll 1VJIIUII
fri.ciiVi,y tlm.t i"lie 11,011 1,1 atowmliiuics.
i, ? .?rhJ? 01 ,rr ,no,,,cr nli0 tool; lire,
n id before njslstanco could be rcndcrci
fcho was so drcadlullv burned that sin
expired to-day. A. M. Chnw " joVor
tho deceased, was severely burned!
A QovoriiiiiKiii tin,. .... t
a i . i iuuaa
r.."yV".' 1,1 umccUvo. who has been
-A silver plated No. 0 Wilson Khultln
Sowing .Machine, hard (iiiano) iinMi.
valued at $8.-. Will ho sold at $20 .lis-
count, on good terms, ami ordered direct
mmi wic niciory.
-toiorea ami mounted Mans ol tin.
ciiyot ualro at 2 50 each (hall price.)
A .Ml. II YUlPOIl Shuttle .Smi-ln.r Mn.
ciuno valued at S7.". Will bo sold ,.i ir.
discount, and ordered direct from thu
A 500 Ucinlugton SowIdl' .Miif-bln..
cm mi ior ciMi. suitable lor tailor
boot ami shoo manufacturer.
Li.i.. .ii. i ...
unjiu - ijjouill. Warren .K-
Co.'s" l'arlor Organ, right from the fao-
loryai iictrolt. IM nrice. SJIOO. Will
DO SOU! 101 SJIMJ.
For any of 10 ab,)VC artteU
"'" ''"''.Ku.voiHf.,.. H. a. HincsKiT.
.kin, Culm, it. K. auis. riii,-,.m.
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