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cam acHtmrfl aMiRCM.
The Hon. Carl Sclmrz' si!', at 1 tir
DM'g Hall, Cincinnati,' the evils of
Inflation nnd.tlio M.'flntf3ortetV' eon
uraet ncialy f 'nt column In Urn Otobc
AMERICAN IIIFI.KMi:.
The Amateur JUflo Club, of the United
Hiate.. recently ilctcatcd tho lie.'t shots
In Canada. The Atnorlcntis were victo
rious- at tho 800 and TOO yard ranees, but
were dcfcfcatcd at the 1,000 yard ranac,
The Canadians lost tho match by twenty.
Are points.
TUBE AWB THE PBEMBEMC'V.
Governor TlWen, of New York, lc
llcvcs, and hop:s, William Allen will
meet wltli defeat in Ohio ; and also that
the Democratic Inflationists In I'cnnsyl
raak wlil bo defeated. 11c holds that,
If tho Democrats then carry the State of
Sew York, ho will be tho only candidate
before tho next Jfatlonal Democratic
Convention, and rcccivo the nomination
for President in 1870 upon a hard money
hauls.
AECKETAHT DELANO' HKNIUXA.
TIB2V A1CKITKB.
On tho 5th of July, C. Delano, secre
tary of the Interior, wrote, a lengthy let
ter to tho President of the United Stales,
In which he oflcrcd his resignation of tho
high and Important position he held. On
the 23d Inst. President I! rant answered
Delano's letter ot .Inly 6th, accepting the
proffered resignation. The President's
letter was' very flattering to Secretary
Delano. and concludes: "With continued
respect and friendship, I subscribe mysclt
very truly your obedient servant."
, ALLEK AN B A.1UAEW JOII!f
NUN.
Governor Allen, of Ohio, responding
to an Invitation to visit Xashville and
participate in the ceremonies commemor
ative of the late ex-President, says: "An
drew Johnson was an honest man and
an Incorruptible statesman, whose sudden
and unexpected death is lamented
throughout the Republic; and join
commemorative ceremonies will be
an appropriate inauitestatlou of
the profouud sorrow of a great
people, who loved and trusted
him when living, and who honor his
memory when dead."
THE NArOLEONN.
There will be no peace for France un
til the Bouapartcs, who became posses
tors of a throne over the graves of count
less men, have gone to that bourne so
lecllngly spoken of by obituary writers.
They look forward to the ultimate resto
ration of tho Napoleonic dynasty. In
Switzerland, recently, at thu chateau of
Eugenie, n policy was mapped out for
the party. Eugenie resigns her regency,
and leaves tbo Prince Imperial tho sole
head ot the movement, lie to be guided
by M. Itouhcr. The liberties of tho re
public will constantly be in danger so
long as life lasts in the members of the
Donapart lamily.
IXBIANOLA.
People on the coast aro of the opinion
that Indianola will not be rebuilt. All
the inhabitants of the Ill-fated town who
can get away arc hurrying to Victoria, a
beautiful and thriving little city on tho
Guadaloupe river, about thirty-five miles
from Indianola. Tho railroad from tho
gulf passes through Victoria. Xotwlth
standing the fact that tho storm-ravaged
town is abandoned now, iu less than onu
year It will bo rebuilt by speculators who
aro willing to risk their lives lor money,
The steamships land at ludiauola, and
that fact nloue will cause money-loving
people to settle there ami risk tbo dan
gen ot another storm.
THE HIMIMIPPI BI t KB AT VIl'KN.
The .Mississippi river at VIeksburg
makes a great turn, forming a long loop.
Traveling up the river in a boat you pass
Vicksburg and steam for miles around an
abrupt point, and arc soon again directly
opposite the city. The nearest route
across the neck of land separating thu
waters of the river has been reduced to
about C50 feet, and it is slowly, but sure
ly, narrowing, and unless checked, a cut
off will be formed which will leave Vicks
burg on a lake two miles from tho river.
In view of this tho Vicksburg Herald,
with commendable enterprise, has pub
lished a map showing tho river in its
actual condition and tho danger that
threatens the city. The menaced portion
of the peninsula Is where General Grant
commenced tho excavation of a canal
through the narrow slip.
THE hlttl'X tOUKtll,.
Special dispatches report that tho coun
cil at the Bed Cloud agency elosed with
out rciulu, and there are Indications that
the negotiations for the Black 11111s will
be fruitless. The wild tribes of tho north
aw openly hostile and threatening, and
an attack on the Commissioner by tho
young men of the Cheyenne, Arrapahocs
and OgtUalbu was only prevented by
thecoelneasand promptness ol "Young
MiB-Afrmkl-of-hU-IlorM:" and sit-
Bnf-Biui," wnose warriors drove
away the vicious Indians, and afterwardg
loraedin battle array about the Com.
UoBcrs and their cavalry guard to pre-
j"connict. If these reports arc strict
Ijrrriuu, u Indlaa war of great pro-
10611 mtw lbe Indians
Efidffir1 koW rcff,oD8arc
rfSE ? of U,e
Faatfc dope, bu written vtrv "
tiMBHtlc tetter about Ute President H
Bret aaw President Groat at
Imneh, while the latter was rldlugalous
MmbmmbU a o&e-bonc open buvirv.
Tfct fmH Mid ; "Bo bad passed within a
t st U. WTO.T, dlUr.
few paces of us. I had been looKlng at
him for hall a mlunto ocioroi Knew mat
this was the President of the mighty re
public, and tho great captain tliat tlio
world was in o itar of admiration over
only a few years ago. Tho fuco Is a great
face. Ticro is no tiotiot or mat what
ever. Jtismauoup ot savage sircngin
nndffcntlencs? together." Miller observed
but one hat tipped In tho group of peo
ple In which ho wa3 sitting, and that was
worn by n French barber. Paranthet-
icauy nc rcniurl;cil : 'Tertians I had as
well say It hero ns anywhere, that 1 do
think tho American has less politeness In
his makctitp rivc, perhaps, on tho Pa
cific coast and tho further South, where
there Is a sprinkling of Latin blood than
hny other human being that Is rlrlllred
enough to wear n hat."
NEW OR1.EANA AH A NAM: 1IAHBOK
Tlio New Orleans Times claims that
New Orleans is tho only safe harbor for
vessels having business tn tho Gulf. It
says that, because of tho low fciirfacc of
tho Texas coast dreadful storms aro lia
ble to come upon towns and shipping
almost every year with tho same disas
trous results, and says that nothing short
of dyking will save the cities and
towns, but that the shipping will
always remain exposed to he Influences
of the fierce cyclones. ThU being the
case, It argues that Now Orleans will, by
reason of Its natural harbor advantages,
become thu port of the Gulf, where ships
will hunt for shelter ami protection while
on our coast. The argument is a good
one, anu when Eatls succeeds
(and Cowden says he never
will), wo may expect to see tho vanished
prosperity and splendors ot the Crescent
City return to her ten-fold. She has
nothing to fear frqm Mobile, and one
more storm llko the last will forever de
stroy tha prospects of tno Island City.
HTAND BACK, CARPKTBAUCJEBM.
Uoston responded to the cry of grief that
went up along the coast of Texas, and
sent aid to the housless, hungry and dis-
palrlng people who were weeping over
their dead relatives and desolated home'.
It. L. Fulton, mayor of Galveston, dis
patches tho following back to the Hon.
Sam C. Cobb, mayor of Uoston, acknowl
edging the iiiiinillcciit chanty to his peo
ple in their time of griet and sufieriiig :
"When I returned to Galveston, from
Boston, I proclaimed not only to Galves
ton but to Texas, that no city hi the
Union could equal the one over which
you preside, In generous hospitality, un
bounded charity and oillclal Integrity.
Since your munificent charily to the
sufferers of the Gull coast of Texas, tho
universal prayer of the suflerers and
sympathizers throughout the State, is
'God bless Boston.' " Stand back, car
petbaggers, and let the large, warm heart
of Boston beat in pity for her kindred.
You have no right to creep into tills
group which lias discarded tho cold con
ventionalities of sections, and is now sor
rowing and consoling the white mantle
of Christian charity covering up the
wounds or tho past. Stand back, carpet
baggers, you aro not wanted.
THE HEBAEB'S FARM OFSTCE.
On Avenuo do 1'Opcra, Paris, the Saw
York Herald, a paper of vast resources
and incomparable expedients, has estab
lished its Purlsiau ollicc. It is considered
the most convenient site in the French
metropolis, and Is within sight of the new
Opera House, thu Column Vcndomc,
close to tho Boulevards, in reacli of tho
Gardens of the Tuiiericsand tho Galleries
of the Louvre, the Madclaine, the Champs
Ely sees and tho Place Concorde. Iu Its
headquarters Is a reading room, contain
ing the most complete collection of Amer
ican Journals ever formed by
private enterprise, for tho con
venience of Americans resident hi
Paris and travellug abroad. The Herald
says : "Our object Is to place within the
reach of Americans from every part of
the Union their home journals. Ourotllcc
is spacious, well-lighted and easily acces
sible. Paris is so much of an American
city, and is becoming, from year to year,
so much more an object of resort for
Americans, that In tho establishment of
tliis reading room in connection with our
Paris ofllcc wo feel we nre doing tho peo
ple a service." They desire to
put on tile In their reading room conies
of all American newspapers that may bo
sent to them. It is only necessary to
direct to tho Paris ollicc of tho New York
Herald, No. 61 Avenue do ropcrn, Paris,
ami pay postage. Thoj have now on
fllo 20 papers from tho Stato ol New
York; Pennsylvania, 8; Massachusetts,
Connecticut, 2; Ohio, a ; Indiana,!;
Michigan, 1 ; Illinois, 1 ; Missouri, 1 ;
Nebraska, 1 ; Virginia, 1 ; Louisiana, 2;
California, 1.
PBE.VUKH-HOFFMAX TESTIMONY
IXttNEU.
Tho examination of witnesses iu tho
PrentlsK-IIoflman slander case, in Qulncy,
came to a closo on Friday night, 31th
Inst. A lady named Mrs. Wurnlck tcstl-
lied as follows : "Ho came, Mattie was
out, ho he waited In the parlor for her
return. I went down and opened the
door, and finding the two there, I Imme
diately left. Mattie was seated iu tho
center ot the room and Mr. Hoffman was
before her on his knee. Mattie told me
afterwards that he had kissed her." At
this very interesting point of the testi
mony, the Kev. Hoffman rose from his
scat, and exclaimed: "It is infamously
ialse !" and at this juncture the husband of
tho witness showed sign not altogether
consistent with Christian earnestness.
etc.and intimated that an apology would
be very acceptable. Hoflman apologized
for his habty words, when Mr. Wurnlck
sam mat it wjis very well that thu rev
erend geutleman made the correction.
The arguments will boon follow and then
wo committee will take the case into con
sideratlon. Blaoe writing the above tho following
dispatch reveals tbo fact that church com-
mlttces will uot tote fair when one of
their big guns is in danger of being
placed in a disgraceful attitude. It will
be seen that Prentiss has been bounced
out of tho church, and tho reverend wolf
ut of public esteem aud confidence :
qctKCY, fjept, 27.-At length tho
church scandal has coino to a close and a
verdict. Arguments of counsel, Includ
ing an address to tho Jury by Kev. H.
u. iiomufiii. were an in nt noon, anu uiu
cao was submitted to the lury this after
noon. Tho following peculiar Verdict
was agreed upon and announced :
M. 17. Ciumcn. Sent. 28.
Wo find specification first .sustained;
specification second sustained ; sperm
cation third sustained; the chargo sus
tained. Whcroa? wo find the evidence in justi
fication such a? to show that Itcv. fl. O.
lloflmau has been imprudent, but not
rrlnilnnl ! therefore, conMilcrlllir this
mltigatiiur circumstance wo ueciuu mat
U. M. Prentiss bo suspended from this
church for six month?. .
now. r . JiLvuniisnv,
AloxzoG. Ami:s.
Iton'TP. Gay.
T.O.Konv.
ThU verdict disapproves both side lo
tho controversy . and rather nmu'es tlm
public.
I'.niTORIAIi XOTE1.
-Destructive hurricanes are reported
in the West Indies, recently, destroying
houses and prostrating trees mid crops.
O'Bnldwlu, the Irish giant, was mor
tally woitnded by his partner, Michael
Flinoll, In New York, Monday night.
The Important council with the Sioux
Indians In reference to a purchase of the
Black Hills, will, perhaps, end hi a fall
lire.
At the end of tho year there will
have been built twenty-two steamboat
at the ship yard at tho falls of the Ohio,
aud other yard near Louisville.
Hon. Thos. A. Kerchuvul, I'eDubll
can, was elected mayor tf Nashville,
Teim., by 1C2 majority over Spencer
Kaklu, regular Democratic nominee.
lliouantl ot drowned cattle are
.strewn over the prairies south of Indian
ola, and several light coasting steamers
aro lying In the same direction, from ix
to ten miles inland.
W. G. Goodwin for n number of day.
personated the character of deputy Unl
ted States Marshal, in Louisville, for
which he was arrested and will be com
polled to show cause why.
The Democratic aud Itcpubllenu
committees have agreed that Gen. Wood
fordofNcw lork and Gen. Kwing ol
Ohio shall meet In Joint ilIscusIon of tho
financial Issues, commencing at Shawnee
on the notli.
Thirty thousand people witnessed
Nir trot of Goldsmith maldat the Qulncy
lair, Friday. The track was iu fair con
dition, but the marc was suffering from a
cold. She trotted two heats, her best
time being 2.19.
A number of fugitive llerzegoviulans
iu Austria huvc addressed a manifesto to
the mediating Consuls, enumerating their
grievances, rejecting the mcdiiBiou of the
Powers, and demanding the complete
liberation ol Herzegovina from Ottoman
rule.
A man named Jacob Renter cut his
wife's throat, iu Albany, Indiana, on the
night of tho 2Sth Inst. After committing
the deed he cut his own throat and set
fire to the house. Neuter's wife, when
lound, was dead. His wounds will prove
fatal.
At tho Kcpiiulican county conven
tion held at Murphysboro on Saturday,
September 23tli, the following nomina
tions were made : For Treasurer, Sam'l
Mlch.elis; County Commissioner, Judge
J. Af. Swartzeopc; for Surveyor, L'U.
Newsome.
Carl Schur., when In New York,
stated that he would not accept compen
sation for speeches in Ohio, not oven
traveling expenses, lie desired to use
his Influence on the financial question,
but ntthe samo time Intended to be under
no pecuniary obligations.
The Mobile Jlegister pronounce ours
"the most diabolical Government that
ever cursed and ruined a civilized peo
ple." Why don't John Forsyth sell out
and go to Spain II ho don't like tho United
States. Most nil tho old losslls and Nes-
tors aro taking back seats, oremigrating.
Mrs. Judge Norton, wife of Mr. Nor
ton, editor of the Dallas, Texas, lutein-
ytnctr, died at the St. Luke hosplta1
in Louisville, Monday. It will bo re
membered she came with her husband
on tho excursion of Texas editors and
had an arm broken oil by cars which
ran over her.
Cno Slate Journal says: "The fact
that Carl Schur. has consented to take
part In tho Ohio campaign on the side of
the Republicans, has aroused tho ire of
tho Democracy to a remarkable degree,
and they arc now anxious to withdraw
nil the compliments they ever bestowed
upon him."
Tho Chicago Times theorizes that,
owing to Grunt's having snubbed Add
bert Ames, tho Southern Radicals will
call to the front Ben Butler. Itsavs
that the negroes worship Butler, aud be
lieve him to be even a bigger man than
Grant, wearing a moro gorgeous uniform
and carrying a bigger sword.
The Brooklyn Argus says : "Carl
Schurz is uot a vain man, but when ho
stretches out to take his comfort In a cozy
arm-chair, crosses his feet, stud's his
hands deep into his trousers' pockets
mid glances along his well extended an
atomy, ho can't help sometimes exclaim
ing, 'Oh, what legs'.'"
Judge Wm. II. Underwood died at
his residence, in Belleville, on the evening
of tho 23d, from the effects of a puralytiu
btroku which ho suffered lust April. Ho
was a uatlvo of tho Stato of New York,
having becii born near Schoharie court
house, in that State, on tho 21st of Feb
ruary, 1818, so that he was inhlsGSlh
year.
The Courier-Journal' a special from
Somerset, Ky., says the fiheritTofFcntrhw
county, Tenn., captured a man answering
tho description of Cclo Younger, who
bad $4,490 dollars, and offered all to be
released. Ho is now iu the jail of FcntrUs
county, and believed to be a partner of
the man who was killed at Pine Hill,
Ky., last week. Jarads and Youngcrs
were both concerned in the late Virgiuia
bank robbery.
The city of Richmond has promised
a statue to Stuart, tho great Southern
cavalryman ; tbo friends of A. P. Hill,
Jackson's dashing lieutenant ; of Pickett,
whose uamo is ever to bo linked witli
Gettysburg, and of others, have in con
temptation like honor. Advantage will
bo taken of the inauguration of Jackson's
statue for Initial steps toward the erection
of an equestrian ttatno of Le In that
city.
Wattcrson, In defending himself
against a "rural rooster" says : "There's
John Noble, now he has taught us a
thing or two,' to-wlt : that It is ono thing
to swallow n red-hot crow-bar, and two
things to sober up on n half barrel of
whisky, which he has illustrated to tho
entire satisfaction of n wondering world."
The "rural roo-ters" bounce Watterson
whenever an opportunity offers, and he,
In return, peppers them with satirical bul
lets and bombshell' of wit. Better let
Wnttcrson alone.
Tho syndicate of the Bank of Cali
fornia met recently, in San Frnnciso, nnd
organized by the election of William
Sharon, President of tho Bank of Callfor
nia, ns President, and II. II. LoytlasScc
rotary ; Executive Committee, James R.
Kcene, Charles .uayne, i. r . iuorrow,
D. O. Mills, A. II. Loyd. An assess
ment of 20 per cent, was levied on sun-
serlptlon to the guarantee fund, amount
ing In round numbers to $15,000,000.
This, with the coin on hand, will give be
tween two nnd three millions to open
with. Tho Bank will re-oieii cither
Saturday. Oct. 2, or early the following
week.
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t'lft-rM. Old Snret, inter
nal Uliir.itloni.
'Iloll. (.'iirlmncl' v Til
. . 1. ,1... 1 1
EXTERNAL
INTERNAL ' and Ilunloni, dial-
n in r"ii v r , I
il'hitlliiKN,llHrncMor Hail
, die Oulls
'(Inn or Whitlow, I'rost
. nl l.Imbi or l'art 1.
USE.
'MiiNiiiillii nilcx. Inject
, Slloxv Uiappeil II. null
I'HMI'S tXTntrrUforfntcbyall rirl.
f HIM) Iil'UKSlsiN.aiiil rccuiunie.iiiei uy
nil trn?slti, l'hyiilelans, ami fcry-
liil who lilw eter infMl 11.
t'niiiiililrt cuntululiii! Ill.torv and Vint limit
rtl irceoii .iiiuoi(io:i, u 1101 iguu iiujour
POMD S EXTRACT CO.,
Xi-n Vorli mill I.omtou
l.'.-S-1.1-lly.
Evansvillo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawneetowu. Evans
villo, LouiBvillo, Cincinnati
and all way lundings.
The unrivalled aide-wheel Meainoi
IDLEWILD,
! l!. FoWLF.it .Muter.
Kli. It. Tiiouai - -..Clerk.
W ill leave Kvanxi lltle for ( ali o el er- JIO.S'OA Y
and'llliriiSUAViitlii'cloekii in.
lAnm Cairo i.Ti-ry'l'l.K'iDAy und KIMMA ,al
(io'elockn in
llio i leiunt slde-ivheel nti-.ur.i r
ARKANSAS BELLE,
ttn.1 llowAV.n Mattr
Waltxii It. l'ii.MNuto: Clerk
Will lean- Kvuini lllo for Cairo eiery 'i IJ1JS
DAYundKI.'il'AVnt I o'rloek li. in
Will leave Cs'mtiery WKDNOKAVniid.AT
LlI-Y ut i; o'clock p. m.
The elegtuit sulu-wlietl etianier
FAT. CLEBURNE,
Joiik florr Master
Mat. Wili.iavs Clerk.
Leaves Kviinsvllle for Cairo even- WKDNIIS-
HAY and SATCIIADY atf. p. m
Leaves Cairo every llIUU.-iUA Yan-l Sf.VOAY
at Up. in.
Kucli liout nukr.i close eonneelloii-at Cairo
with ilrnt-clttSD meainent for .-t. I.ouli, Mem
)ilili and New Drleaiin, mid at i:aiihVllleUtli
tlicK.ACK.lt roridliiolnM.Nortliand 'm1.
ami Willi tlio liuUvlllc .Mull t-tiiuncr-t for till
imlnts on tho L'it (Jlilo, divine llirough
reliiH nn frel(?lits and iiMainKcru lo till jiolnu
Irluiitary
1'or further Information ainily to
SOL. MI.VKH, I'lii.-eiifTer Afenl.
IIAI.LIDAYllltOS., .,,,
i. .M. run. i, irs, 'MBfnt
Orlo 41. .1 (JItA.MMKi:,
Sti)crinlenilent and General Krelpl.t Ap'iit,
.v3.'jo-ly. KvaimUlo Indiana.
DR. SHERMAN'S
Syphilitic
Eradicator.
Thli jiivpartition 1h now neLnowltilKed to lie
fitperlor loull known lemedlei lor the lit".it
i nen t of
SyphilliH in all its Stages, Sorofu
lous Aflcctions, Chronic Ul
cers, Enlargement of tho
Glands.
lK-elally In Syiililltle diieaHs, In which It
Iiui iniii many, uhiu Klien tip iu-t hope y
eminent ihyii-tani It Is vniliily leyetulile.
.-o eutiiiKi' oi (tilt in noil lul linn e.tli lie laken
in till coinllt iGi. ni tin. eyateni Willi ml'ity, und
In connection Wltli oilier meillcliieJ, If the iia
iieniiieHiri-s
Mnt toiiii iart of the United States hyex-
jiri'.i1,, inv ii inn iJoHrriaiiou.
N II. MiniiIe;iacl;usi- fcnttoanviiartnf Hie
United Stiller, on reeeiiitol ttv. .iIi(hhi
lilt hill. UMAX,
600 North Sixth Miett, St. l.oul.i .ifo.
O-'JI-ly.
In Chancery Matter's Sale.
State of Illinois, Alexander County J-ss
In the Alexander County Circuit t'ouit,
Wllllnni M. Atlierton and John Hodges va.Jolin
llolUen aud Margaret ullucc I'ut tltion.
PU1SLIC notice h heicliy clven Hut In put'
bUiinceol'a ileerec ivnueicil Inlhcuhove
entitled cailie, in said coiut nt thu .May Itim
theieol, .. It. Is7&. I, JoluiQ. Ilurinau mitater
in clmncvrr of mid county, will uii Tucod.iy
thu timli day or October, A. 1), 17A, at the
hourof'J o'clock i. iu. ofpald day, nil at imb.
lie vemhic, nt the court limine ilour In Ihecity of
Cairo, in tald county, the following eacrllvd
rial estate, to-wlt s Ileeoulli half of the noilli
eaotriiurlirol eicllon twenty-teven (J7), town
ehlp Uftecn (IS), south raiiRe, number two ()
we.t of Hie third jiriiicinul meildiun in the
county of Alexander and stale of Illluold, to
Ketber with the leiiemeiit and heifillluinenta
thereunto belonging or tbeietoiiiiiiertaliiiiiK.
Terrua of sale-unt-half ca.li In hand bal
ance In one und tw year equal iiaymenls,
with elx iierrent. Inteix-ut icr annum thereon,
deferred payments to be tecum! by niortKari,
on thu iroiiei y kold.
Cairo, Illinois, September I6tli. 1 87.1 .
JOHN Q HAItMA.V,
. Master III I'hunctrv
Llnegai' it Latudeu, Comnlalnanlo' bollcitoin.
U-sc-dlw.
WHITNEY fc HOLMES
ORGANS
Fifty RlPKnnl Nlyles. with Valuable Im
Drove ruenta i New and Beautiful finln Htnr,.
iiVKHONt. lllOUSANti OrganUts aud Mul
clinn Indori-e thcic Urtranu an
recumiuend tbtm
rone. Aleehumnn.
as Mr Icily Flrst-i'lHus in Tone, Mechanist).
and Durability,
for nrlec list.
Warranted Uvo years. Bend
WHITNEY HOI.MKS OHOANCO.,
0.23-wlt Qulncy, lllluoli
I'AIVOHt'KS leuallv obtained for Inonmustl
J-bllty. etc, residcncoiiuuereajaryi I'w) after
deem, Addrcasl'.O
box 1UI7, Clilcago, III.
v-jo-dut
PONDS
DKUUniNTM.
BARCLAY
Wkoleiala Mid
DRUGGISTS
A,NI-
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS.
JOBBERS AND
PATENT MEDICIWJ-iS,
UBUQUIaTo' FAflUl UUUJJb,
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL,
BRUSHES, SOAPS,
TUBE COLORS,
CHEMICALS,
VARNISHES,
TtTI1 n1tii(t rtr.iinndriirn nml nnliTA Ir.iril Hn'.f
VV of Roods In our I no Sltauitxiat, I'luitation
fllltd with reliable UniKS at reasonable rati i
WHOLESALE Sc RETAIL, C, A XJIO
74 uiuo r.ovee.
Wood! Wood! Woo d !
COAL! COAL! COAL!
BIG MUDDY (Mount Carbon Coal.)
Tho Cairo & St. Louis Trnnpfer &Conl Companvia owpropnrodto
fill orders for Wood and Conl. Dolivorcd to uny par, of tho City, at
tho Lowest Cash Price. Ot'i-'lfJt;
Louifl NtitTOW Ghurc Depot.
Lisa- oip
W od, -1 feet, porc6rtl
Wood, fiawnd, per cord
Wood, nnvrtt nnd split, pnr conl
Goal, ca load, per tun
Coal, ear loul, sinKljton
Coul, rnr load, ono'hnlf ton
keAVo oidern nt'F.M. 8tctketU'n.02 Ohio I.eveo. Rt thn Cryxtal Saloon, cornr
Sixth strnet nnd Commercial Avcmf, nnd at tUn Company Office.
Orders Sollcitud and Promptly Filled.
3T. T&. WARD, Supt.
JAS K.LAITg,Soc'7 A Treas,
F. M. STOCECFLIETH,
Importer and VVholesalo Dealer in
Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Keeps a full cfok of
I5Lon.tvi.es lty Bouvlsou,
Monongahola, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
RHINE,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
LARGE STOCK OF DRY GOODS
Oirifl f r Sale at
Great Reduction in Frioes .
Domestics,
Prints,
Ginghams,
Table Linens,
LARGE STOCK OF
Lawns,
Japanese Silks,
Alpacas,
Large .t5ck of White Ooodu, Victoria Lawns, SwIbh Marsailea, nnd u Urne slock ol
Ribbons. Thin entire ntoel; will be sold atiictiul e.Ht. and coutlnuu until it li clued out. Cal.
nd be convinced ol ire.it ll.ir'alus ! TKIIMs STItH l I.V 0 tail.
Corxxer Eiglith. St. and Commarcial Avi
fB-tf.
I
V
I
I
I BBBBBBBST" SsWSSSlV TLsP I
i
BROS
Retail
RETAILERS OF
5
TOILET ARTICLES.
COIiIiIER WHITE IjEAD,
VXNDOW GLASS,
COLORS, OILS,
UtfJU STUFFS,
PERFUMERY.
ETC., ETC.
1. itj,. 1.
rulehns nnd fJeneml Stores In wan
ui'l 1 uiiuly Mvlleln te rtiruinl oi . p
DETAIL & PRESCRPTIO
ihln'or A v., Oo. 8th B
II 1 IB .
ttsu iaku ut. iiic uairo at at.
JTXlXC3I3e.
3 60.
S4 DO.
- B OO.
$3 00.
S3 60.
ti OO.
Shootings,
Bleached Muslins,
Cretones,
Pcrcalos,
DRESS GOODS,
Suitings,
Silk Poplins,
Grenadines.

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