The following are advertisements taken from The Eagle Eye December 19 and 26, 1894. The Eagle Eye was published in Sulligent, AL each Wednesday, subscriptions were $1.00.

W. G. Priddy, Sulligent, Ala., Dealer in Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Groceries and General Merchandise. Highest prices paid for cotton and country produce. Bedsteads and mattresses a specialty.

Bargains, Bargains at J. L. Guthrie’s Sulligent, Ala. My motto is quick sales, small profits, special inducements offered for cash. Highest prices paid for country produce.

Dr. J. L. Redden, Physician and Surgeon, Sulligent, Ala. Special attention given to Surgery and Diseases of Women.

F. Ogden & Son, Dealers in Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Gents Furnishing Goods, and General Merchandise, Sulligent, Ala.

M. W. Mace, Sulligent, Alabama, Watchmaker and Jeweler, Repairing and Specialty. All work entrusted to me will be executed promptly and in first class workmanship.

A. L. Guin, Dealer in Staple and Fancy Groceries, Drugs and Patent Medicine, Candies, Confections, Cigars.

John S. Guyton, Notary Public and Ex-Officio Justice of the Peace, Sulligent, Ala.

Cansler Colored Institute, near Sulligent, Ala., will open its 4th session November 19, 1894 and continue four months. I will thank my friends for their aid. J. W. Bankhead, Principal.

All aboard for Texas via the Iron Mountain Route. Parties contemplating a trip to Texas would do well to communicate with an Iron Mountain agent before they decide on their route. This is the popular and most comfortable route. Write to: J. E. Rehlandler, Travel Pass. Agt., 309 Main St., Memphis , Tenn.

Notice Bud: Apply to T. C. Givens for fine portraits and frames. He will furnish you at the very lowest price. Give him a chance at your work, Sulligent, Ala.

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