V.MmMf E.O. Uhl
VLOUB, GBAIN, HAT AND
O'CALLAHAN ft HALL,
looting and Guttering a Spooialty,
Uate Roofiing a Specialty in
muj pin 01 Boutnara Illinois.
Mrs. M. SWANDER
now receiving Urge and wall selected
FALL AND WINTER
U I I a BB Ba Oat V
mi i i n II a I
At her Hand on
XIOHTH STREET ,
To which she Invite (lie attention of Ii)Im
of Cairo and vicinity. In this atock will he
'mind all the latest alrlt-Mif Hats, llonneta, Itlli-
.inl VlitWMiMl all lllllll.a.' f IjuIb. all .if.
fernl at Ilia lowest nulla; prices, mules in
tearcb of baraalaa are earnestly reiiuesleil to
Kite Mre Kwaadrr a mil before MircliasiiiK
eisewnera. iirraiocaor rancy k(""I aim bo
IIoim ie complete, anl the Is determined not to
bettnderaald by coy body in the city,
SAVES PUCLt SAVES LABOR t
(ri.su4 J.ifiiii, mi)
Carbon ! ana Of thA Ivnr.t rnni'nrtnra nf lir..l
tuown, a deposit 4 1-3 of an Inclinn llirtubct
uusrfnr a loaa or I 5 Ber.rtit. nrrttel.
Tlila TDbeCll-anrrla Inaila nf .iirlm. t-l Kiirh
ftuiet la of Its. If a anting, and illalrnda 111 a lx t.
frrt clrtla aoaa to pnwi again.! tho lurlde nf the
removing all the aarbnn ajid aralo Million!
iun engines i injury io Win tune.
.IlllAIAIllMnt It. rlrail I... Innnnp n.l
i.ler than any In Urn market. Ailm-Wainl In hm
y llm II. H, Navy, I'or raU brili-alcia. final fur
Tl'lK CHAaUniBlalt NPUNCIi CO.,
AKcnt for the United Klatc.
f""' r Knt Oil. Mtreut, lN'v York.
Prices to suit the TlmSif
Wholesale Figures, but No Credit I
Mrs. O. McliEAN,
Next Door to lloupt'a Jewelry
BBTWBKlf OOmaTHHOTAL AND
W A8HINQTON AVENUES.
HATS, UohnrU.riovrrra.R, I-oom, Klblioaa,
Sllka, Velveta, Tlra, KurbiliKa, C'oimu.
Kid Ulovm, Hoalvry, Woratula.
Alio the "IjtdUa' Drcaa Itfforni'
And all the new atylraof trimming .Sllka fur
all and VVIntar.
Eyilwae rooda will lie aold at very low flx
irea. for CAflll aad CASH ONLY, l-ll-aitf
CHOICE PERIODICALS FOS 1S7S,
Th Leonard Scott Pub. Co,,
41 8A10LA7 8T. VEW YOEE,
conUnua their authorittJ Beprlnti of the
LONDON QUAHTKItLY KEVIKW-Con-
BUIT1SH (JUAUTKHL.Y UEVIKW--Kvn-Bullcal.
Containing niMtctly crlllcUini anil Minima
Hen of nil that la Ircnh nuil valuable In
1 Itoraturc, fcikin c, and Art ; and
The most powerlul monthly in tho KiikIInIi
l.nt;ini;o, fumoiu lor H KJKIS, KS8AYS,
OF THE HIGHEST LITERAfl V MERIT.
TEKMB (Including Postage) :
Faya'bls Strictly in AdTtne.
For any ono Hevlew,
for nr two Itevlewii,
rut any three lluvlewa,
For ill lour Uc vis w,
For IllackwMtl't Maga-
4 00 per annum
, I'JOO, ..
For Ulaekwooil ana ao
For Blackwood aad two
For Blankwoou and tare
ror Blackwood sm tk
A discount of tweaty pr cent.-wlll he
lowtd to cluba of four or more paraonn:
Tliui t four coplei ol Blackwood or of one
Uevlaw will ho (tent to ono addma for
(it 80, four coplot or tho Tour Hetlewa and
Uckwoodlor f48, and no on.
Circular with further particular! may be
bad on application,
TIIK LKONAU1) 8COTT FUUL'NtJ CO
41 Barclay Street, w York.
MT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
OrdorS for Coal bv the car-load.
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
promptly stionaoa to.
MgTTO isrg emwuiwia
manufacturers, we are nrenarod
to supply any quantity, by the
nonin or year, ai uniionn rates.
CAIRO CITY COAX COMPANY.
Ifalllday Uro office. No. 70 Ohio Levee.
IlaMday Kro ' wharf bout.
-At KfmitUn Mill, or
-At the Coal Dump, foot of Tblity-Klght
Cf-l'o't MOIce Orawor. 300.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WuolMile and IU.UII Dr.Ura la
Foreign and Domestlo
W1MF.M OF A I.I, KIN UN,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MKSHIlf . fMVTH A CO have tonaUully
a larKC Rtock of the btttt kowU In Uh- nmr
ket, and RUer9irataI attention to the "IioIkjiI.
rancnoi me nuaincMi.
STEATTON ft BIRD,
AOBNTS AMERICAN TOWDEB CO
57 Ohio Levoe.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
' BOAT STORES,:
No. IS OHIO LEVEE.
1'KCIAI.uttt'iitlon Kiven toconf iKinni-nta and
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE.'.
THE BEST and CHEAPEST W4G0N VAK
MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Noar Tbtrth-Fourth StTeot
SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
ManufaotureahlHown Horaa Shoeaaotd
oaui Aaauro Good Work.
Fjnhionablo Boots and Shoes
Wellington avc, hetwiten ah ami 10th HU
A Fit UnBrauteeil or Mo Kale.
be faif 0
Omam, aulltlxx 3Bu.ll
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 81, 1875.
DON'T TAHi: IT TO II T. ART.
IIKOridlAXA C. CLAIIK
Tbcre'a many a double
Would brmk liken bubble,
Ami lnb the water otl.ethr Ucatt,
Did not we rehearse It,
And tenderly mine It,
Andglte it Hprotulnent place in the heart.
Thrrc'a mauy a Knirow
Would tiiulah to.iuorioiv.
Were w not iinM-illiuirto furnith the tluK I
no aauiy luiniuinK
It hatclira out nil aorla of horrible tiling.
Of looka that are bniinlnir .
Wlitlherone'a wvallhr or whcthi-r oue'a poor I
r.yea nriKni aa u ix rry,
Cheeka red ol n cherrr.
The Kroun and the curre and .the lidirtnclie can
Itetolved to be merry,
All worrr to ferrr
Annan Ihc famed wnlera that bid lit forKetl
auu no loiiKrr imriui,
Hut tmnnvand rlicfi-fnl.
We frtl life haa much that'a worth llvlnxforyet
Result of a Long Pending Feud
Probably Fatal Assault on Pres
ident rericoy, ox ADinguon
cbt Dlumtch to tli Chlcoso Tilbime.
Gai.kkuuiio, Iu.., Dec. a.'i. Tlilu city
wax thrown lntd hii lutetisu elate of ex
citement this iiiornliijr by the announce
ment that tho Ituv. Oval I'erkey, prc.M
dent of Ablngilon Collere. hail been
foully iiMimlnutvtl nt Abingdon, a
fmjill town nine tulles couth ol the city.
A telegram was received by Slato's At
torney Tuiiiiicllll to come Immediately to
attend thu examination of three young
men ol Abingdon, who had been ar
rested for the act, und, If possible, to
take the deposition or l'resldcnt
1'erkcr, who was supposed to
be ilyiujr. The corix'spontlcut of
the Tribune started at oticn lor the fteno
of thu murder, ami brought to llL'lit the
IdIIowIiij! ftate of tacts: Abiiiuoii col
lege is an institution conducted In the in
tcrcU of the Cumpbcllite or Christian
church. For many years the college had
been tinder the control of .1. M. llntler,
who acted as president. A faction was
formed against him which led to liN lli-inl.-fal
In March, 1873. The lollowlug
August, Preildfiit Porkry, the present
incuuibeut, was elected, and Immedi
ately look the presidential chair, Butler
helm; called to a like situation at Santa
Kosa, Cal. The Iceling of the Butler
party was very bitter townrd
1'cikoy Irom the date of tils
arrival, and no pains were taken to
conceal their hatred. A spirit of law leer
tiers seemed to prevudo tho entire com'
miinlty. Klllf-les of l'erkcy and his ad
hcrents uuionir the faculty and towns
leoplc were suiiciidi'd in different parts
ut tiiu town. Ttieir uwciiings were tie
tared, and Insults were heaped upon
them while walking the streets. The
press of the place were no silent i-pecta
tors of the tliflit. and hardly was an edi
Hon nublUlicd that did not teem with
Incendiary articles. At the June meeting
ol the College liustees arrangements
were made by them lor an election to nil
vacancies that would ahoitly occur.
I'pon the day appointed the lrutt'os met
at thmmial place, and iu the rcgulnr man
lier tilled the vacancies in the Hoard thir
teen Iu all, and completing a full Hoard
of Trustees, thirty-two In number. The
other faction, viz. : llicjltutler party, met
on the same day, aiidstylltig themselves
donors of college, claimed the privilege
of elecliug a Hoard of Trustees, which
they did. The Pcrkcy party being in
possession, legal steps wcrent once taken
to oust them, but owing to lark ol time
to prepare the ncecei-sury papers the
cao has not yet come tip for trial.
Shortly after the removal ol President
Ilutler, ineaure.s were taken by the
Christian church to expel from the
church Prol. Thompson, who had been
Instrumental In the removal of Ilutler.
Their success in this attempt resulted in
the withdrawal of ninety-nine ot the
members, mid the formation of Hie
Jefferson street church.
With this knowledge ot (he existing
btate of attains, we are ready for the trag
edy ot last night. The JellVrsou street
Sunday gchool were giving a sociable iu
the upper hall ot nut college uuiKiing, tne
Ilutler party holding another on the
lower floor. While In the inld.it of tho
evening's entertainment, a disturbance
In the corridors attracted the attention of
the patty. President Perkey stepped
from the ante-room near tho stage into
the corridor, and there met the three
boys, I.omax, l.ainpkin and Uahrielle,
who are i.ow uiuier bonus. e earner
from two witnesses. Prank Keller mid
Henry Mart, thu particulars of tho trag
edy that then took place. The boys,
evidently intoxicated, were reiiuestcd
by Perkey to step Into the hall and
enjoy tnctniolvos. They refused,
and were then a&ked to go down stair.".
iiiey repnsu insultingly, upon tuts rcr
key took Gabrielle, the one who had In
sulted lilm, by the shoulder, and when ho
had turned to lead him down a short
flight of stairs, I.atnpkin raised his hand
and struck him. The president fell Im
mediately, uud thu hails were Instantly
tilled with ait excited crowd. A nervous
twitching of the muscles were the only
signs of life, and ho was earrlcl Into an
ante-room, uud from thenoi to his homo.
It Is" not yet kuown as to thu weapon
used iu the attack, but l.ampkln is
known to havo had a billy, and the na
ture of tho wound teems to favor tho
presumption that this was tho weapon
used. The negro Janitor, Jerry .loiinsou,
ran the hoys out of thu bttildiug, and
shortly after they wero arrested by the
MarMial. They professed entire iuiio
ceneo of luc Hll'alr, and made no attempt
to escape. They wero taken before hs
cell this morning, and wairiug exumiua
tson. wero held In $1,000 hall each to
awult tho results of the wound.
The condition of President Perkey nt
tho present writing UbuUiltlu Improved,
uud tho doctors In attendance say thero
uro no hopes ol his recovery. Tho boys
who have bees arrested for tho act are
John l.omtix, perhaps 19 years old, Dick
Lumpkin, and 11 lira I Orbrlelle, who nrou
n year or two younger. They all hour a
hard name, are in tho habit of ill Inking
freely, and, in that condition, are very
quarrelsome Gabrielle lias Urn Iu Jail
before for IuwIush acts of u similar nature.
They havo often expressed their sympa
thy inr tho ilutler party, and several
times havo threatened to make It hot for
Perkey. They nro known to have been
Ale a;, Camas Twtlfth 3txt
concerned in the previous dlidrdcrs, Iu
which acts they were supported by the
Butler party. I
The sentiment around town h decid
edly against the ucctisetl, ana an out
break may be expected ahouldlbe rendi
tion of President Perkey chanve for tho
worec. Tho people hare longpecn tired
of the constant skirmishing between thu
parlies, and the bloody and terrible re
suits ot last night wilt tend to I ring them
to the adoption of any measures that will
Dit. I'ikiick'h Pleasant Purirallvc Pel
lets are so compounded from concentrated
principles, extracted from rootiaud herbs,
ns to combine in each small granule,
scarcely larger than a tntutaVd seed, as
much cathartic power as Is contained In
any larger pills for sale In ilmg stores.
They are not only pleasautio take, but
their operation is easy unattended with
any griping pain. Tiny operate without
prouucing any constitutional jdituriancc.
Unlike other cathartics, the do not ren
der tho bowels costive after operation,
out, on me contrary, tuey cMnbiisn a per
manently healthy nctlon. ilelng entirely
vegetable, no particular care Is required
While usinar them.
leu any calomel or oilier rorm ot mer
cury, mineral poison, or Injurious drug.
They aro sold by druggists. ditwlw.(M)
"A romnlete Plrlorinl lllalory or the
Time' "THe brat, rknant. land
moat Ntirecaarul family 1'itper
la th Union "
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its illustrations oi current, events arc iuii
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Weekly Is read at least by half a million
persons, and its Influence as an oriran of
opinion Is ilnjply tremendous. Thu Week
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Its articles are models of high-toned dis
cussion, und its pictorial illustrations aro
often corroborative arguments of no small
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Its papers upon existent questions and Its
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The annual volumes of Homer's Weekly.
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HibMulir li tTiirttl to supply all who wish
lli-rad, Cakes, Confectionery, Chmtinan Candy
Toys, and ull mtu-lti in hla line. Kkpeeiul at.
tendon mid to Icing nnd OriiiiniuitltiK Chrlat
mas and New Year's Cuke. He Isslno pivpanil
to rurnUh ikiHi rupix-rs uli hhort aotlce.
I.. 1). Am, Cairo.
II K, A:ix, Chicago
Zi. D. Akin & Co.,
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Wliips, Collars, Etc.
105 Commercial Avenue, - - . CAIBO, ILLS.
t3-"lhOio lUvorlnir ua Willi their patronage
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FUTYELKIiANT STYLES, with valuable
Iinprovementai New and Beautiful holo
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aiulMuslclana ludoielli.i. nr..j nm.
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Mgchaulsm and Uiimblllty. Wumiuted live
year, bend forprlculUta.
tiiii r;i HOI.MKS OltdA.V CO.,
VAi JKn-GOOl) (!ANVASSKltS-Ml
and K'inale, fur the wile or. Mi's. Fristoe'
NKW l'ATK.NT tJAKK I'AXt sells I"
every frtinlly. Address, for clrciilaruml
So. Deurhorn St. , Uilrato, ' 41-1 'J-Su'.ft.
OP A VICTIM.
Published as a warning and tor the benefit ot
Ynunr Men uud others who mflYr from Nervous
Uehillty, liss of Manhood, etc., liivhiR his
ItiiUs of Scir-cmv, unci- uniU'riroiiiK milch suf
'erlnguud ciiHiifo, and mulled free on rrmlV'
luuiinsi-pani iiii-ruiiit enveloiw. Aililitsa na
1IIAMKI.UA Yt'AlU, r. O. IIOX l.M,
Idhr.lM tor IU PUBITT, STRKNOTH mn4
HEW BOOK FOR THE 1 000,000,
iao ITiTTirlrnii Years Ui.fTO.
A (iraphln History of the Heroi" MM,,,1 "i
Anicilraii Holder .if. Its lliilllli'K, eoiilllfls
or Iteil nuil White lixs. KkrilhiK AdViiitures,
laptlvllles, Kiimya, Hiouts. I'ionrer women
iW lHy. liMllan war-iMllia, Can P H. '
A I'OIIJh nir i. mi ." "
Kiioi moils sales.
dull ;ago. ro . . -" -
Addrria II-C, M'Cllltlil A CO.,
.".li'iilAw J Olive HI.. Ht. Louis
ly (aarasMM na our Waa.
Mr Drill. SIOO a luonfli
iiaTTto aooil Aseuta. Auior ppuk
out AUf"r Mn bu imuu, aau.
1776. A NiliouFfinilr fipir. 1876
invuinii r nil... j . np. . ui .iiiietiuu, Ilie u.i 1.1
paper cxiioatns every awindler. quack and hum
ling, und saving niillitns to tne public, Is now
irony ror ine leuienniM campaign, and iu",im
more dellshted aubscrlbera
THE STAR SPANGLED BANNERu'rV1,
eight page. 4n-coliiiuii paper. Ledger al.e, our-
iiowuig wiiu cnniming nioric.i, laies, swuclics,
Poetry, Wit, Humor and Kun. It gives all new
Itecelpts, Itlghts, N-ents, Alts, c. has u
Children's lep.irtinpnt, a Miillc:il Department,
l'11..lrr'x Corner, itn,ete., nnd Is u nrlect
17iimVluoB " lllty Is toeiOM!eTery
aUUlOUgS Kraud. Huuck, .swindler, anil
"Heat," Kvery numlier lias rlc columns of
triitliful, rcliuble stntemeuts. No Kawdiist, lot
tery gift, bond, or "put and call" game cau
ever "otch" yon If you read this great p:iier.
ltexpoes all swindlers without fiur or la or.
and gives n list or over luoo, with names and
Tf finata ,,llt ?;l ceni T-ar, and it li sent
At ViUBlO ,wbud eerywhere. It is lutt the
plr for every home, Southern or Northern. It
Is not political, religious or sectarian. ltwnei
for all. flailed in l-t't, it lias gone on for IS
years, and Is read by loo ,non people. You want
It and will have it some time Why not now ?
Chrome, (worth l each ) size 0x11 inches.
-finely mounted, and we otTer uny four of these
gems and Hamnich whole year, nil free, for at
These arc genuine chromns, suitable forauy par
lor. Mother omniums offered.
AT.nar TJlTnrrl Header, remember, te'il Is
AJUBb Tf UU.mlr eouiitry's centennial.
Durinp this one year do taken National, patri
otic, wide amiko paicr, one that is for right
ami against wrong) one mat Knows no patty,
no KM Hi. south, eustor ttcsti Imiu tmixrln
Iciuvi foreery reader, one that haves money
to its readers bv'enosiag the "tricks and tmns"
of swindledomi and now Is the time. You liuu
put it off too long, semi to-uar. Nowisilicnc-
Q OnlvTA cents m-ciiips this gnat naner
WfW. h ye.tr. Willi four thnrmingrhronKK,
onlyl. ( numbers sent for IS cents. .Sm cI
meiis (100,00 read) fent fue to nil. Send for
It now iluiU iinthingto see It, 'end to.iluy to
IlAN.it.it I'Llllllll.MI ui., IIUli.il.lle, 11
"i m a
Will most poslthely cmvnny cafe nfrheuma
tlsmnr lhcuinatic gout.no matter how long
islanding, on thefuceof theearlli. ilelng im he
waul application It does the work fpiickly, Ihor
oui'lilr and permanently, leaving the system
sliong nnd lieallhy Wute tunny prominent
lierson in Washington City, and you will learn
that the iiImivu stutcmcut is Hue iu every part io
tilar. cosdknskii cKivnric.m.s.
Washington. 0. 0. December , 167.
Messrs llelplirusllne A Hentlryt
tlenls- I very chierlhlly shite that I useil In
rang'e lila iiinailc. Kemeily with divided benellt.
A. 11. STKl'HKSS,
MrmtM'r of Congress ufiia.
W'aslilngton. I). C. Alull 2.1. I75. '
Messrs lli'lphenstlnc A flentley :
Gents: For the past aeven jcars my wile has
been a great suffer Irom rheumatism, hrrdoctors
falling to give her relief, ehctiscd three bottles
mining's iiuviiinaiio iiemeny, uiiii periiianeiii
cme was the restlt. WM. II. CIldUK,
' ' Kxecutlve Clerk to President Urant. "
Washington. It. C MurchJ. IkiS.
Iu the space nt' tuelrn hours my theuiuatisin
was gona, having btken three doses ot'liumug's
niieiiniuth', Itemeilv. Mv brother J. II. Cessna.
of Hiiil'onl, I'a,, vvasciireil by similar niiimint.
Member of Congress of l'a.
Price one dollar u bottle, orslv liottlcs for five
dollars. Ask your druggist Tor Duiang'a Itlii u-
matic Hemedv maniiractuml by
HKLI'IIKN.STINK A HBNTI.KY,
Druggists and Chemists,
WiLshlnirbm. D. C
llt-Kor sale In Chicago, by uu Schaaik,
Mcveusou a lieui, uuu i.oru onniucs io.,
W holrsulc liriiuglsls,
AN" A CrlNn1 H w"""',, ""'vny
xlVJJ-Jls county for Krank
Leslie's Nevvsuipeii and Magazines, the oldest
established Illiislintcil I'eilodiruls in America.
hey are now first offered to luuvaiseis, who
will, If they secilie an agency and ecliilH' lev
rllnry. bcenubleil to hilindlice seventeen first
cJass llliisrale.l Pel iudici Is, suited (una many
distinct laslesnr vianls, and, with Ihecholce
from eight new und beaiilliui cuminus, b(i ii
free of costs to each nnnual nubsciiber, bo en
abled te secure one. or more subscriptions In
every family In Iheli dliliicl. To skillful can
vassers this will seciiiepeimanent employment,
und the renewals each ear will a source o
steady and ussuivd levenue. SHi'lmeii papers
and movt liheinl teimssent loiillupillciiuts who
name the territory they deslni to canvass. Ad
dress, Agency lepnrlment, Krank Leslie's
1'uhlMilng House, MT I'earl Strict, New Yolk.
t5"Groat Medical Book
ttinlSecrels lor ladles mid Cents. Hiut the fur
Wo stamps, Addiess,
ST. .lOSEril MUDICA I. INNTiTUTK.
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. Real Estate
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Land AKenta of the Illlnola Central and
Hurllngton and Uuluoy H. It.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Lovoo,
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LYNCH & HOWLEY,
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OFPICE-At tho Court Houae.
PARKER & AXLEY,
J J..is i.il ntienlloii given to Collection of
Hi Ills mid .s.ilo of Ileal l.slale "fVl5
STORE ROOM 100 Coniruorcial
Avontto, Cairo, IllinoiB.
WHOLKSALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Horner 19th St. and Commercial At
C. 0. FATIER & CO.
BOX and BASKET CO
Dealer in J
"All kinds hard and toft,)
PLOORINO, BIDING, LATH, &o
till mad Yard,
Jornor Thirty-Fourth Stroot and
JAUKS K, I.ANK.
I'. M. WAIIII.
Big Mu&dy (Murphysloro M,
TIicIk'M lntliclii.ill.il. Also all kinds of
SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD.
Ordors Dolivorod to any part
of tbo City Promptly.
Loavo Orders at Crystal Saloon,
or at tho Company's Ofllcc, at Nar
row Gaugo Depot.
TERMS Nott Cash on Dalivory
ui. Scoreta y
B & W.BUDER,
The Oblcit nml most Itcllabto hnlise in Southern
In em Mitlety, at antonl.hlngly low Mcurte,
aitilnble to tho times. Call and examine, their
U.r. Kltthltl Bt, rta Waiiittaf 1 At..
.ir f" flock of John KoleyT-IAIraTSr
(old Hank 1'ena congtantlr kepton hand,
JOHit B. PHIIXIS
(Suci-essom ti.Jpjm B ih4)
And Healers In
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BBAK, tfl.
Agents for LAFLIN A BAND POWDUt CO
:Oorar Tatith liretit anA Ohl
No M Ohio Levee,
E. J Ayris. 8. D. Ayrea.
AYRES 4c OO.
L. D. THOMS,
And dealer In
STAPLE AND FANCY
Foreign and Someatlo Frulta aad Nut
184 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
O. N. HUGHES,
Ovtr Mathnsi Uhl'i.
"VTONK but i'lrat-Cbua Compaalea repra
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Baak Builalaf , up-stairs.
The OldaatEatahllahed Asrenoy In b
ra Illlnola, ropreaantlnar ovor v
tfl5 OOP OOP
.. 11 u
PAINT AI OILM.
B. F. PARKER.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
VU Paper, Window OUm, ITim
aow Sktvd , ha.
Always on hand, Um oalabraaad UlualaatlBC
Oonaur XUvaataU fUrat n Wukta
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