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They are shipping from Now York to
Frftce at tbo ,rato of flro thouiand riflci
jer week, Remington' tost revolvers.
Tb ftjnai arerataea 'nirlong French ym'
patblmi la.th city, Mill It la suggested
thaf the proctcdi of omo'bf 'the tfaira held
AKOxa.tbaairaiurcit ,cf xaro .licet it a
vH$lft W.IflAdtas, Xmptiror Hum in,
Jjiii JtOpwu II. Soymcur of Con
necticut.. II Is vory largo, of oxqulslto
design, and to fragile, to cthcrial in toxturo
tbltt Wlien ahnkon out and cast upon tbo
air jt floats liko a tblitlo down and it ia
many minulos beloroJt will tettle in n closo
room, and then a whispered invltntion will
Btart.it on, Hi tonal travel i again.
TSoUaiihod Napoleon and tbo fugltlro
'Emprcice.m to nJoy tholr quiet lifo at
Wilhtlmihoho far better than tho caret
And anxieties of uneasy crowned beadi.
Thoy liato learned very quickly to do as
other people 3o. Although tbo Empress
It wuch better In health, than when first
she went to" England, alio still in lior walks
leans upon a staff. Notwithstanding this
weakness, it is (remarked sho never rides.
"Wherever she goes It Is nlw&ys on foot.
Even in tho polling rain, on a recent
Sunday, sho walked from Camden Homo
to tho littlo Catholic cbapcl on Cbtsollmrst
Common, at tho services of wblcb alio is a
regular and unfailing nttendunt. As for
tbo Prlnco Iinporbtl, bo lias quite recovered
from the ball effects of tbo barrasslog lifo
holias led In tho Intorvnl between tbo
flight from Metz and tho battlo at Sedan.
Hs look stout and beallby, and is out
otS7 day walking on tbo common with
tlti.Empresw, snaking excursions Into tho
neighboring country, or running up now
and than for a fow hours to town.
CAIRO AXD FULTON RAILROAD
Twenty sUm of tho Cairo and Ful
ton railroad, running northeast from
Little Bock, have been completed, and
regular train commenced running
thereon Jut Wednesday.
Tha Little Rock "Gazette" czprcsse,
great confidence ia the oaily completion
of tie Arkansas portion of tho roads
and rentures tho prediction thaf in less
thaw two years communication by rail
will bo completed bctwccu-Littlo llock
and St. Louis. "Tho Cairo and Fulton
railroad' pays tho Gazette, "has now
passed becond tbo point of expectancy
and bcoomc ft fixed faot" .Tho com
pletion of tho twenty miles above re
ferred to. on-or before tho UOth of Do
centberWM a condition precedent to
the cyjufirmatlou of tho land grout, and
is, tbffcfore, a matter of no little con
seqnenco to tho thousands who bavo
been rolying upon tho C. & F. road as
the one great agency that is to quicken
tho growth and development of the
Southwest. Prominent citizens of Lit
tlo Rock joinedjin tho excursion given
last Wcdnosday, and at the end of thoir
triporganized a meeting. Wo copy
from tho resolutions adopted the follow
IteohJ, That wu congratulate the
country u tbosui-ccstful completion of tbo
first twenty miles of the Cairo and Fulton
railroad, and that wo regard tho success of
mis great enterprlto hi now certain ; rum
especially do wo congratulate the country
at Urge upon tbo early completion of the
first link in tho great Southern l'uclfle
Hetohed, That full thanks bo returned to
tlio officers, engineers and contractors lor
their efforts in securing tho liiniMilUccnt
grant of lands accruing to tl.U roud, by
the prompt completion of tho first twenty
rones or tracK wituln Uio time pretention
All of which indicates o very fnvora'
bio condition of affaire nt tho other ond
Tho land grant is a most munificent ono,
ample of itself to build tbo four huu
dred miles of tho road between tho 3Iis
eouri border aud Red river.
On this end of the lino Col. Allen is
operating with a view of extending an
arm from tho Iron Mountain road .to
tLo .Missouri border, so that, on tho
completion of the Arkansas division to
that poiat, & connection with St. Louis
aud with thtyatem of roads of which
that city is tiw center, will bo per
fected. The 'progress of Col. Allen's
work was indicated in an articlo copied
.by us last week tm tie Missouri lie
publican. The great natural, dh,t and neces
sary route for the Cairo Fulton
railroad makes Cairo the hitu point.
8uch a route wu contemplated i) jje
originators of the project, by Congres,
and by all who favor the grand echcine
of a Southern Pacific railroad. What
rer adverse interests may accomplish
now, the great fact remain unaltered :
Cairo is the natural and necessary East
ra terminus of the 0. & F. railroad,
and the great aims of tho originators
and the growing wants of commerce wil J,
aim be earned out aud supplied until
tberoad.il built to Cairo, audheie forma
connection v?ich our water courjoi,
which drum ncarlv mifi.lliiril nf tbo
continent, and our railroads which, by
themselves and through their connec
tions, permeate tho ontiro Northwest
and open up to us tho best possiblo con
nection with tho great markets of tho
East and tho cutrcpots of tho Atlantic
eaboard. Wo ltavo no fears, therefore,
that when the Arkansas part of the
road is completed, that Cairo will (to
use a phraso more expressive than ele
gant,) long "remain out in tho cold.,
Tho link hence to the Missouri lino', can
and will bo tbuilt in short order not
especially because Cairo wants it, but
because ita completion then will to
regarded in the tight of a general and
pressing commercial necessity.
ft. a. Cox m Ilntler
Tho Hon. S. 8. Cox, in his late speech on
tho Amcsty hill, thus pokod fun at tbo
JsealotM prosclyto from Massachusetts,
whoso ploty and bnmnnlty are not up to
tho standard prescribed in tho New Testa
31 it. SrKAKr.n: I nm not given to lay
stress on dreams, but I drcamod a dream
Inst night, superinduced by tbo poruaal of
tho Scriptures laughter, searching for
tox ts appropriate to this themo. Laughter.
Perhaps it was also induced by nssociating
tho gentleman from Massachusetts with
this mensuro of meager mercy. Laugh
ter. I thought I bad accepted tho invi
tation, which wasonco tendered, to attend
ono of tho grand cnmp-mcctings upon tho
const of .Massachusetts, bold by throngs of
tho disciples oT John Wesley. I thought
1 saw tho gcntlomnn from Massachusetts
upon his knees at tbo Methodist altar.
Laughter. Ho had como at last to tho
ihrono of freo grace, and as bo aroso a nor
light seemed to beam from nls countenance
Laughter. Ho wns saluted as ho roso by
tho old Methodist refrain
"Amas'ng grace, liow sweet the sound.
Laughter. And it seemed to mo that the
con voriion of tho gentleman was thorough,
tbnt ho was translated to n now and bettor
sphere. 1 sco him now, standing, not on
tho sffden pavomonts, but on tho walls of
tho Ww Jerasalcm. Ho has a whlto robo
upon bis form. Laughter. Ho has a
harp in bis band. Laughter. no joins
tho chorus of tho angels and of just men
'Mercy's free I Mercy frtel'V
Then I nwoko ; and lo, presto! ho be
comes tho plumed warrior at tho bead of
his bravo Massachusetts mlllta laughter,
to whoso camp I had also been invited by
him last summer. I thought then that my
dream was onoof tho Irish contraries, and
that tho Christian had palod beforo tho
martial olomont. 1 saw his long red
plumo. It was moved, as the poet slogs,
by thogontlo breath of kindness. Indeed,
thcro Is a parnblo in my dream, wliatover
may bo tho application. Tho soldlors of
our war have bocn moro clomont and
muguuutmous than tho Cospelers.
A Man Itlra nt H)-ilrniliaMa forty
VcHr Alter llavluif lUtn Illtltii lijr
a .Mail Hob.
Tho l'tiliuM (N. V.) Democrat relates
tho particulars of tho slngulardcath of ono
Mnjor King, of tho town of ltoylston,
from hydrophobia. It appears that about
forty years ngo Mr. ICIiik was sovoroly
bitten by n mad Oo", which lind no np
parent rffuet upon him until within the
pant four weeks, wlu u ho first seemed to
net strangely. For n fow days ho appeared
melancholy, nnd on Monday, tho 1-th
instant, lifter tolling his son ho "win
going to do something," throw oil' lilt hat
and coat, ran to n pond near by and,
jumping in, endeavored to drown himself.
1IU son called to him to return to tho
hoii'c. When within n slsort dlttunce, ho
tore himself nwny, returned ugaln, mid
throw liiuiiolf Into tho pond. Il.v Dili
tlino some of tlio nelghbnrt who hnd
witncsoil tho strango proceedings nrrivod,
and with their assistance ho was sociircd
nnl brought homo, Tlio paroxysm lasted
about live hour, when ho became rational
and rcqucttod tho bystanders not to allow
him to hurt uuybody. Ho remained in
tliis condition for eighteen hours, when
another spasm succoedod and after suffering
terribly until Friday night, death cams to
Kim ill Thousand l'rtoui KlltiU by
An KriL'lUli miliar snvs:
A St. Patrick is ovfdontly wanted In
India as much as ever ho was in Ireland.
Durini! tho year lbO'J no less thun 11,110
persons in tho Hciiinl Presidency died
from tho effects of snako blto. Tho returns
giving us this information havo been care
lully compiled: all tho merely sick nnd
wounded havo been omitted, ns well ns
thoto sudden deaths which in India are
property unduly eager for their inherl
tun co. His n surprising fact.
The subscribers for shares In Mr
Noilly's gift enterprise will bo waited on
by Mr. 21. as soon as in tho courso of his
rounds ho cuu reach thorn. Ho will start
Tho drawing, in which Mr. Keilly's lino
brick residenco is tho capital prlzo, will
tuko ploco within tho next five or six
weeks. In tho mean timo thoso who bavo
not subscribed for chances can do so on
application to Mr. ltellly.
If tho winner of tho capital prlzo Is not
"man of family" and does not wish to
occupy it, he can readily convert it into
cash, at a prlco that will return his monty
more than a thousand fold. Parties, in
both town and country, who have sub
scribed for tickets, aro expected to bo in
readiness for Mr. Keilly's coming. dc29tf
A MAa.viricK.NT Hesidenck rou Salx
OK It est. I desiro citbor to sell or rent
my residence, situated on tbo corner of
olbrook avenue and twenty-fourth strcot
11 ntains nine largo and comfortable
rooms ui n won ventilated cellar, out
houses all Cnpictc, embracing a fino two
story barn. Thw cround Icontolns clcht
lots, ono and a half fcot above grade, nicely
fenced, containing u largo quantity and
variety of fruit trees, vines atjd shrubs
of tho choicest selection. Tho plaeo. will
bo rented or Eold on reasonable tonus.
Apply to JQEL o. MOUOAN.
HOOFUND'S GERMAN TONIC
Iloeflantr Potloptayllla Pills.
Hoofland's Greek Oil
Hooflland's German Bitters
A Bitten Without Alcahal or Spirits
of any kind.
Ii different from all otfisr. Is composed of tht
purejulcesorriltl principle of (loots, Herbs and
Ilsrks (or as msdicsllr termed, extracts,) the
worthless and Inert portions of the Injrredleats
not being used. Therefore, la ons bottle of this
Hitters I tier o Is contained a much medicinal vir
tue m will be found in seTtrtl gcllons of ordlntrj
mixtures. The Roots, ate., used In this Hitters
are grown In Germany, their tIUI principles ex
tracted In that country bv a sclentlflo Chemist and
forwarded to the manufactory lo thUcltr.wbere
they are componaded and bottled. Conteialnf no
plrltuotia Ingredients, this Dliters Is free from
tho objections urged against all others) no desire
for stimulants can be Induced from their use, tbey
can make no drunkards, and esanot, under any
circumstance, have any butabeaefiolst effect.
Hooflaad's Ueraaa Tonic.
Wu compounded for those not inclined to i
nrao Utters, asd Is Intended for use In case
ln tone alcoholic stimulant Is required In con
nection with the tonlo proprm t ik Bitters.
Kacbbotile of the Tonlo contains on bottle ol
the Hitters, combined with pure Sata Cms Ram,
and flavored In such a manner that the ilrrra
bitterness of the Hitters la overcome, forming a
preparation highly agrocatle and pleasant to the
paluti', and containing tlio medicinal virluoof the
IllltPia. Tho price of tho Tonlo Is ! SO per
bottle, which many persons think too high. They
mutt take, Into consideration that the etlmu.
lant tued Is guaranteed to beofn pure quality.
A poor articlo could W- furnished at a cheaper
price, but U It not better to pay a little more and
haw a good article t A medicinal preparation
houM contain none but tho let ingredients and
theywhoeipfcttoobtalna chesp compound will
They arc tbo UreaUit Kaewa llesn.
Kor Uver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Nervoua Debili
ty, Jaundice, Diieaso oflha Kidneys, Erup
tions of tho Hkln, and all dfseaies
arming iroill uiaorurrou
iiuriiy ui ina
Head the following symptoms) Constipation
Flatulence, Inward Tilta, Killloeia ofblouil lotli
bead, Acidity ot the Kloaiaeh, Nauses. Hart-born,
di.uuxiof food, fullness or weiaht In the Sumach.
Hour Krucutloni, sinking or Suturing at tbo pit
of the toinch, nwiiuwiug of the lid, hurried
ordllhcull lirf.Mhlng.lluiUrlDiral the heart, cliok.
log or aiinucaiiugaeiiaatione wnea in iviig poi
lure, dimness of vision, dule and webta tiefure lb
sight, dull pain in the hekd,deOoieocy of peraplr.
atioo, yellowneaa of the skin and eyee, pain in
the aide, back, cheat, limbs, eto., euddeafluihe
of beat, burning In the fliah, conaUat InsirlniBga
at evil, and great depression of spiriU. Allthvae
Indicate ditvsttt of llie l.lver or ulgeatlve organs
oumbinedwith Impure blood.
The use of the Hitlers nr Tonlo will soon cstise
the above njniploiim to diasppesr, and the pstiut
will uvcoiue wvu ua iiviuiy,
Dr. Hooflaad's Greek Oil.
Lighting t'sti for all kladt of Palas
ArriiiD KiTiaxitit.-It will cure all kinds ol
tiaiua wid achva; such aa Uheumttlam. Neuralgia,
Tootlimhc, Chllblsina, Nprains, llrulsos, Kront.
iiuva, iiruiw iirv. I'Aina ill inu iml-k wnii iwiui,
i-niua mo joints, i-iniu, cuogs vi lusecia, mug'
TiitiK Ixvibmillt. It will curt KldneT Com
plaint backaches, tick heaiiache, colic, dysentery,
uiarrnova, cnoiera iniaotuin, cuotara inoruui,
cramin and palna In the stomach, fever and ague,
cuugus, coma, iuin, ew.
Dr. Hooflaad's PodopkylllB,
OK HDHTtTVTK VUll MKKOVKV
Two 111U ss Isoaa.
The most powtrul, yet Innocent Ve$:tabU
It It not necesatry to take ahandtut of these pill,
to produce tho ilealred rtfrctt two of litem act
quickly anu poweriuuy, cieaming I lie uver, stom
cn bqu uoweia oi ajiirnpiiriiiea. in principal
increment ia I'odonhvirin. or the alchohollo ex.
tract nt Mandrake, onich Is by many times more
powerful, acting ami aearcuing man trie uanurek e
Itaelf. Its peculiar action ia upon the Liver, clean,
log It speedily from all obatructioas, with all the
powrroi mercury, yet irte ironi me injurious re
nulla attached to the uae of thai mineral.
For all dlaesset, lu which the use of a cathartic
Is Indicated, these Tills will give entire aaliifac-
tiou in every case Tiiey asvsa riu.
In cases of Liver compl tint, Iiytpepala, and ei
tremecostiveneaa,lr. II ootland'e German Hitters
or Tonlo should be used In connection with the
Pills. The Tonlo effect of the Hitler or Tonlo
bulldt up the erttem. Tht UilUrs or Tonic pur
ifies the tlood, strengthens tht nerves, atoi'uvss
the Liver and gives strength, energy and vigor.
Kcsn vnur bovela active withthti l'llli. and Lnnm
up the system with the Uilters or Tonlo, and no
dueasecan r tain Its hold, or ever again anal! II.
Tliese medicines are sold by all Urugg sis and
dealers in medicines everywhere.
ll.u-fillwt tliat it it Dr. Hoofltnd't fl.rman
Remedies, that are so universally used and recom
momld: and do not allow the Druaaiat to fmlura
you to take anything else that tie may say ia Just
as nruui. became he makea a laratr nrofit on it.
These aemedies will be tent by eipreit to any lo.
talitv.upon application to the I'HINCIPAL OK
KICK! aithe (1KKMAN MEDICINE BTOUE SJ1
A HUU BTltr.r.l, i-iii'aueipnia.
CHAN. M. EVANS Proprietor
rermerly C. M. JACKSON CO.
keepers, and Medicine Doaiers, everywhere
throughout the United Htates, Canadas, Bouih
America and the Wot Indies, For Ball by
CHaKTER OAK STOVES
sees AISIl ease
The demand for Charter Oak, Chateiage nnd
JSvenlnt Star Htoves has grown so rapidly
that we have not filled orders as promptly aa de
sirable) but having now secured the ualatanco
of another Move Foundry, we shall nerenfter
confine nearly the entire force of our own cxtnb.
lishmentto the production of the stove nbovo
named and hope to All all orders without delay.
Wo would call the attention of those about nur
chafing, to the success aud popularity of all of
theeo Htoves. No bettor evidence of their intrlnslo
merit can bo offered than aatatement of the fact,
that after 18 years uae nnd being subect to severe
tests in all kinds of localities, and !o tho moat
bitter nnd determined opposition that could be
Invented, that ther r to-day, the
Most Popular Stores In tho Market
and have given such satisfaction that the demand
t greater than ever.
If you want the
BEST COOKING STOVE FOR WOOD
buy the CHARTER OAK.
Jf you want I ho
DEST COOKING STOVE FOR COAL
buy the CHALLENGE.
If you want the
Neatest k Ilest Sheet-Iron Parlor Store
ever made, buy the KVEMNO BTAR.
BOLD BY ......
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO.
ait 614 ft, Malst Btroot,
t. Lassie, Mo.,
Seats a ORatttt
c. w. mar Diwaoif
... . Cairo, lUlstols.
ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS'
Tht superiority of tut tietllent wtparatton
ovtr any other article ever orTtnd so tho pnNIo
hat batn demonstrated by the woadtrful pOpttlar
lt It liaaaiU.ind within lha tirlaf aar alnca It
was first manufactured, ttotlttt Iban
One Million Housekeepers
to-day using Bapollo in thlt and oth ireonu-
i, nndtheilrmatid is rapidly lncroli g.
ath brick, rotttsi stomo, acid aad lyo
no longer a necessity In Iho household, since
olio does the work of each and all tht Jt, and
th far less labor aud expense,
rho following area few ol the special itta t
which Bapollo la admirably adapted i
A" CLKA" WI5D0WS Without wetting cs pels
or soiling the paint. Take a wit clott , act
dripping, rub It over the cake of Ba olio
until it li covered with a creamy lather, and
then briskly over tht pane ot glass : rt nui
ott and pollah with dry cloth or cbawola To
rtmovo varni.hor dried paint will require a
.itUo extra rubbing.
0 CLKAK K!ITKH-Ua your dish-cloth, ruin
on tho Uapolln, and then rapidly over tht
knlvt. Till" will give a brilliant and dura
ble polish, without scratching.
POLINH TIN, BBAHS, aad otksr Ctllatry
Arllelet Hub the damp cloth on tht cakt
of Hapotlo until well covered, and thtn
quickly over the surface of the utensil, it
will produce a lustre vqual if uot superior to
lo It. nw
TO CLE AS PAINT AXD WOOn-WoatT-Uio:H4.
pulio a. above do not rub too hard, and
rina with clotu lu clian waUr
FOB HOLbK CLslAnlXa-tiapollo la of tht great
att valut la the aaviog of time, lafcoraoa
tht wear of the article, cltaatad. Try II
once and you will navtrb without It.
FOB WA.HISO IliaukS. lath Take, riMrs.
Taklts, tie. Where soap was fonntrly ua4
Bapollo ia Invaluablt; and ooet ustU, will
never be dispensed with.
REMOVES STAIN FROM MARBLE.
lit THK HOl'MK for all purposes (except vaah-
Ing clothes), this article is couvtnlent
economical and reliable.
IN TIIKtiTOUK-Forpoli.hlog scales, measures
(tin, bra.s orcoputr), knlvee, shears, eto,
lit TIIK fillUI'-lor creanitig, polishing and re
moving gums, oil, etc., from machinery and
NIT IIKOITICK-of tho tugeon, dentlat, civ
engineer, painter and engraver.
N ALL rbAClTii where a cleansing and polish
lug agent, at once ettcciive, economical and
lisriiileaa, la required, our Bapollo, will
prove ita great superiority over all ether
fOK HAMS W ASHISd -Bapollo It ).Jt what every
printer, painter, photographer or inachlni.t
nteda. II quickly remove uolda, paint,
;nk and otlu r stain, from the hand., which
oap will net touch. It aoftena tho hands
nml leaves them smooth and white.
ITtli'i; a few centa,
BULB IIV- your grocers and druggists
ll WaaktsHtoi, Ht., and SO Oxford Kt.,
New York. Indon.
CW. UUXSIXU, M. 1. He
o IDENCE-Corner Moth and Walnut
UFKICE-Corncr Bisth Street and Ohio Levee
orTICK HOUlW-Krom a.m. to IS m., and
VlTIIiLIAM K. SIMITH.M . D
vv hkhiukkok no, , Thirteenth re e
etween Washington Avenue and Walnut Street
OfPOE--.l26 Comtrcltl Avenue, upstairs
HWARDNER, M. D., CsUr
RESIDENCECorner of Nineteenth at.,
and Washiglon ave. uyyiCK-On Commercial
ave., over the l'o.tefflce. OFFICE ifOUBS
irorn lua mult m., (auaoais excepttdl
from a to p m. '
WILLIAM R. BURKE. M.D.
ConSned to i. v lad. An All PnwarAil and inert!
ui uu ia now iati reatoring roe to ntaun, anu it
tnabling me again to resume a practice ol my
profession. 1 havo taken an offloe, for the prea
tat, In the Perry House.
Corntr Commercial avenaa and Emhth ttreet
where I will be prepared to rtnder profaatlona
aid to a.'lwhomay need my service..
To tht poor I will at all timet prescribe, oheer.
Tha Dear V. am wall
On or about tht loth day of Beptemkar. IMS, la
thtcityof New Orleans, whilst in perfect health,
I was ina nemtat, tlricktn with paralyatt of my
entire Itft aidt. For more thtn two yaas I was a
htlrtleaa crinnle. unabla ta movn h.avd or fool.
aa tbo poor
i '"iiu rLVjjijj. irr r.r j Lnn.XjT. u. .-u w - "
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M NORTH AMEKIOA, PA.
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Amcis i,aa3,at8 17
. PUTWAOT, 1IARTFOKU.
Assiels 70(l.o:7 73
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AMets... ai5,ars 43
AMIBIAX CENTKAi;. MO.,
. CONST. MUTUAL LUK,
.A.l?,u-- 30.000,000 00
, UFJfi & ACClli: T,
JI 1,500,000 00
. HVHAXCM2 CO., II A Hi'.,
Astsscts 500.000 00
Safford, Morris & Candee,
71 BLTO rEVEE
Oity National lUnk,
pimS AMD MABIAE
IVlctficikrao IV. Y. :
Mftmrn 4i,ui,sn t
Oormanla, IV. Y. ;
AaHRYN wlgUas.rj'Jl 71-
Hanover, IN". Y,
ANBtrr , T4n,?n,j
Republic. IV. Y. ;
AMNKTS .. T14,9-J.1 (lb
Camprltlng the Utattrwrltrs'Acr:
Yon leers, IV . Y. ;
AWIKTN ....... Ss7H,GI IS
ANRBTN esotaottatattoatatitatttttf 9 hl19S
ANETH .....078,O0 00
Security, IV. Y.5 Marine
ANHKTS) ......tl,4PH HID 00
ptrmanrnt security will warrant
Irtiptctfully a k ol the cltitent of Cairn,
thar of tbtir patronage;
M. . ,v Offleo-oayirit Matloaal .liauk
Hij? BA,8INCI AND
SUMERWELL & BAIRD
Art BrenareJ to talcii mhIiiaI. tn i.i.i..
.STBA"? -e of, lny ' or descriptl on, o a
other klndof work in their lint.
They havo all tha maehinarv anntl.nnaa fnr .
tnOVlnfifOr miainif hOllRfHnnklinrrtinliA. niwlnul.
3 u ,,y3
COMMERCIAL AVE.NUE CAIF O ILMNOIi., 1
AND MILL MACHINERY OF ALL KINtS, J
l'orjjlnci, ltr.-i.s Ot ting", Ktcimt'it, Itallrosd
LATH AND LUMBER
Between Commercial and Wash
AucutH Tor Itock Itlvcr I'apcr
C'oiupaiiy'sNhvulliliit I'olt iiutl
II.W. JoIiii'h Iniprovctl Iloof
Insnlways on liitml,
A ud SOFT
or BVKitr uKstuiiiit.,
Lath, Shingles and Cedar Posts
Doors, Sash, Blinds,
nnnr n r r n r irnrn
H'l'lr. a nfi HI 1 a 'V T.IIWIKWK
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rt'iixiNiien o. v ntmr .Mtrin:
OHNEK C03I.Mi:Ut'IAK AVIIXUi:'
AXIi TIJXT1I STItKKT,
lAltli JL. TIIOMAH,
It prt')arrl o do all Uimla
IN THE PERRY HOUSE.
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oiiio m:v::i:, m::o.
I'UIrox fc SONS, - - IrorlPtor I
Arc . oh Inl'iill tlpcriittuii. '
Mfi-rn. I'liltonA f..nH nrn iiri'p irvi tniirmh
ll K!iiJ o( Tloi.r f li, ' I lUiiir. an-l l.o
Mill ri I if ai k !-. iirah.nu llc'ur. nivk.
or in ii.'iiit.ti, ina.I from tin-1 1 t Wlim
Win at. nn!'..llt
Cairo City Book Bindery
Ih tcinroil to
Manurucliiro lllauk Hooka unit ilo nl
kind, of Hook IIIiiiIIiik nml UuIIK,
73 Ohio Xevco,
- - ILLINOIS
VAKEirV' ANli t'OXFliCJIOXAUV"
BAKERY ANI OXF:c.
H. SGHMETZDORF & P
IlaTin aa f.r rf.nnVAr.l finm dm t.tlr.nij .llin
late flro us to he ut.luto rfsuini" Imtmc-s" n,vi,"
tlitinaelret of tliin meihoil In lufnn,. tie liillnlo
that tlie y havo Oionei a llakrry un Iho
Cor. Elghlli St. & Wttslilnir'" VC,IU
Where they arc iroii3 J to serv tliulr ciutomors
with the of
Cakea, ChrUtmaa siidlfa nml Coiifcc
Oo Ihe most roaoiU e,,1l'; Thcy M
heretofore, keep . fu "PP'y '
fx -v -an 23 XT. XI J. X3,
In Ihe inantifscttiroof which they h.iio iwinlrcJ
uflrt.fla.s reimtat OB. ...
'Ihpyrciesuuiij-i:wuni "V,.' V ,
Uolo ilsontM for (
SPECIAL STEflW v
SEWELL & CAMERON'S
; : U ad 71;-M ? ap
Dewrlpllvo Circulars arid Trice l.it "Tit
and Ilrldgn Work. Keep, consti
Iv on hanJ
TJW, SON AND M'M,
. roil HALK AT
I PIECES FREE FROM
Blue Lick Water
I ' n II
ij niiir inn nnniun
ofl H1! lit III H AfillHh
i. w QULIIL LIU I UI EIIIIU
Ui:TITKV-lrrili f.nt jtt
!I in veiny Jivo.s.
"R A POT. A Vfi 1
I T'llalaiiot maiiufaet lire1 a.
,,,r, cornea direst rrem
eNprlnu., M HaraloKa, iiw
. ft urns
llrnllliriil rrrrrthluK lifr-
Rl vliiufi tie hail nt II Rurtilr a,
.inrklliiK miiiI tirllil, frurn ,
, Barclay Brothc
rALTEK V .MAI.OXY.
S aw 4 IV I 'I.
ami ii:Au:n'.v rf j m
cdtou ni r-
S el uOm ITI CATV W
EicjMU St., bolwoon Washlngtl
Commercial Ave, J
AilJullilHK Itltltnlioiitu . IIbiihH
KiTptlioU.tnrilecf, I'orlf, Mutton. Veal, Xonh,
Siiiii)i, i i hikI are rcnri'i to erie vltssnt i
Sausage Mater j
Ol'l'OSITfi THE COURT HOUSt ,f
OftiiVr - - - " IlilnasT'
cfr Orders filled promptly
jx) fullest satisfaction guarm-
JAMES KYI ANTON
AND DEALER IN AM.
KINDS OF FRESH MEfS
Cor. lUlh nnd Poplar St.
Cairo, - - - - Illinj
llinsitiu! sltuKhtorM only Iho tent cij h?
nnJ sheep, nut i.prcpareil in on .iiaiJ J
fri'bh 1'iv.iats fivm on? pounJ lo leioutn
" tmmm. will aiyitys
to ny services.
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