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JOT M. OBKKLV, Editor.
The little ifipnbllo in C11K1 1" gratlnnlly
aecoropllililus H pirpoc. 'i'licy haw
continued tho fiffht o Ionic nml with
such persistence, that the rich Spaniards
have united In a remonstrance to the
home povcrnniont tulfocntlnff n cc.ation
of iotllltlctMMl n ;cotiiiroiiilo hetween
Hie contending "parties. We pnWIMi ctt
wlicro the particular.
hbNi a. ii Kin:.
The nomine of the. 'Republican p'ai ly
o( I.VMcliiisclt., the lion. A. II. ltlce,
jionio year. njro held tho otllce of Mayor
of ISoiton, and for a number of terms
was n representative in Const-oss from
one oi tho Norton districts, llo l. consid
ered one of tho most enterprising citizen'
of the State. The Republican paper ay
he w ill receive tho zcnlotn support of
the HcrmMlcans of tho Btnte.
iinmiii . a Trr.ho.
It has been decided by tho iiicinbcr.s of
Vlmtitnto Canadlen to bury Gulbord
either next Friday or Saturday. The
military nro to be called on for assistance,
and It U universally believed that thu
luu'cnil will bo the signal lor a bloody
lljrht. To secure tho body of
Guibonl against removal a tor
pedo, or Infernal machine, will
bo Placed In the crave w ith him. Thoc
who attempt to raise him, it Is calculated
hy the chcmUt and torpedo maker, will
gyrate through the air at the rate ot a
ratio a minute. Torpedo or no torpedo
the Inanimate remains of Gulbord will
not rent in pcaeo In that cemetery. 1IU
Irlends should hnvo cremated his body
and peppered the graveyard with the
Man-afralU-of-uis-horsc, Little Bad
Man, and nil tho Sioux, are having a big
lunch off tho leavings ofthc Commission
ers the latter meandcrlii" toward the
hone of tho great father, nt Washington
congratulating themselves that they
thwarted Uks designs of T.ittle Had Man
in his wonderful scalp project,
which he pursued with so
much zeal and earnestness. Tho
last heard of them they were at Fort Lar
amie. The northern Indians arc now
dragging their lodge poles homeward,
cursing the commissioners In tolerable
good English, and danclug warclogs. We
pity thffprospcctors who go nosing about
the Black mils with tticir quicksilver
and mining apparatus. Tho Indians arc
angry and the appearance of white men
among thciu will bo tho signal for the
war cry and beacon fire.
Linxr. had man.
Tho impression prevails among tho
commissioners and frontiersmen at tho
Red Cloud agency that Little Bad Man
has been in communication with the spir
its ol his ancestors; and that theso spirits
continue to loaf around tho lodge of the
bau little man inciting htm to Kocure, at
the first possible chance, a commission
er's scalp. From the moment ho laid
eyes on the commissioners, he lias avow
ed his intention to kill and sialp one of
them. lie is very liberal, and would bn
satisfied with one scalp. But the com
missioners nro not willing to part with
one, and intimate that they will shoot a
large hole through Little Had Man's
body if ho comes about them trying to
get a scalp. Hedoenot share alonolu
this desire to' obtain the hair of a com
missioner, but his entire band nro inclined
that way. It Is u well-known fact that
an Indian superstition prevails that w hen
over a call it made from the spirit world
it must be obeyed, and these calls aro
generally for scalps. It sometimes Influ
ences whole bands, when a select party
coca upon tho wav-trnll, and woo unto
the man they meet. Indian spirits, like nil
other spirits, do not utilize their powers
and benefit their worldly kludrcdjbitt they
skip over tho plains and loaf around
where good is trying to be done, and put
nonseuso into the heads of Just such In
dians as Little Bad Man. If theso spirits
would dress in store clothes nnd go to
work on steamboats and railroad trains,
and help balloons through tho air, and
turn their wages over to mortals, thero
would Ira some use In having them
around. We feci for Llttlo Bad Man, and
advise iilmtq quit the spirits of his an
cestors and adjourn to a sutler's tent nnd
call for tho spirits that tho Commission
ers communicated with tho day before
tho graud council.
I IT A NEXNATIOX t
It is becoming n prevailing bcllcl in tho
United States that a secret organization,
called tho 4,Holy League of Peers of
America," Is In vogue in tho nation, with
Chicago as its headquarters. The para
mount objects of the leaguearc the eleva
tion of one class above the other, and
the creation of titles as in Europe, its
government U ol a military character,
and detpotlo in nature. Land owners,
larmcrs, planters and men of means aro
to be admitted to membership, but the
toller the poor man. is to bo kent out
side the borders of the holy league and
uetttrrta tho right of the franchise
la to be divided into
wen orders of rank dukes. marquUcs.
earla, vlauouuu, barons, baronets and
knights, and rank and title can only be
CMiNiia Dy uj Highest authority. Their
dMUrau pnMpitKsj-e that they rcpudl
aMtMWfcuag.ineteicsoi equality nnd
fraterBkyr1 deem declaration that
"all men are cnated cqtki" n fallacy
TUfoUostlng Is from their constitution
Tv thnt any system of indls
"rcsinciea suurago must
r?jfff?7uulfar access upon a limited
rTTjv wuutt cx-copUonal, wn
rlt ceased to exist
AM tL. - - n
noP'd) of ma
JMf WfU aatraRc and an
ompnMtivWi niWI force una Ijjnor-
allCO! tlltl Olie WHICH, uon-
..-HI, tiihistirc anil cornipttoth'l
Itlilhn obtect of IhU T.Miriio to tfcor-
oiifrhh' oriTnnlp tho wealthy nnd Inlclli I
rent clnsSM In tho, laud for .mutual. nid, I
support and ro-opcmuon in inc mrec
. I.. I.
tlon and control of public analr?, and In
Influencing and shaping the legislation of
tho country. lo tin? end wo shall en
deavor to Include in our ranks all tho
!oet elements of our population, and to
exclude all that Is low, vicious, degraded,
annrclHcal.' communistic or otherwise ob-
JuctfoMbh'.V U'hlf may provo a tenia.
.i-f3t.-7iil.ft .. . ii ...t i - ii
HUM, UUl WI1LW1 C rcvOUUl'l llllll, III111H.UI-
ntely after tho war u league called tho'
Imperialist," or a nainu significant of
Imperialism, had Its hcndquartci-4 in
New l oik, and published a paper In Its
advocacy and defense, we may. with
reason bellovo this .story of tho "Holy
League of Peers," produced by the New
York Mcrciry. When tho imperialist
move wa made it found many adherents,
both North and South, and all It required
wn a foothold to mal.o it trouMesoino
and obnoxious to the people. This now
gbot, robed In the purple ot tho old
world, creeps in among us lit-ldlou-dy,
and takes the portion of tho league that
tailed In its purposes, remap its const!'
tntlonal provisions were grouped togcth'
cr on the other side of tho Atlantic, and
planted In our rich Republican soil by
a mailed hand, to bo cultivated by the
parasites of monarchies.
AxnitKW joiimo. oitfti:it;ir..s
The Andrew Johnson obsequies were
conducted, In Nashville, Tcnn., hit Sal
urday in an Imposing and solemn man
ncr. l'coplo from all over the State of
Tcnncssco gathered at tho capital to'dd
honor to their illustrious dead. Nearly
every county In the Stnto sent Its ropre
scntntlve. The procession, composed of
thirteen divisions, wa under the Mnr-
shal-ln-chlcf, Brevet Maj. Gen. Penny
packer, of tho united Stntes army, who
headed tho column. By his side rode
General Frank Cheatham, one of the
great Southern leaders during tho wart
and Mr. Johnson's opponent in the ecu
grcsslonal race of 1872. The vast asscm
blaco of people gathered In front and In
the vicinity of tho residence ot
Mrs. .lames If. Polk, while that
lady received, with smiles, tho dilutes
given horln honor of her dead husband.
In the procession were seen men of all
political prcdllletlous, many of them
having been Mr. Johnson's enemies dur
ing his life, Tho catafalque was eighteen
feet long, twenty feet high and eight feet
broad, and draped lrom top to bottom
with black velvet. On tho top of tho dak
was a magnificent casket, a laurel
wreath upon Its center. The inner trim
ming of the canopy was red, white and
blue, nnd surmounting it was a golden
eagle, draped with mourning, having a
wreath of laurel in his beak.
At cacli four corners wero fiags trimmed
with silver fringe and lace, and on either
side of.tho catafalque the monogram A. J.,
coatol arms of North Carolina, uativc,uud
Tennessee, adopted State, whllo a banner
bearing tho original 13 States, represented
by large stars,thurcinuljiingiiumbcr being
smaller, and the portrait of Mr, Johnson
adorned tho front, In prominent position.
In front of the catafalquo was carried a
superb white silk banner, gold trimmings,
with tin allegorical picture typifying the
early struggle and subsequent high exal
tation of this remarkable man, from an ob
scure cabin in the valley to tho White
House on a mountain. Tho catafalquo
was drawn by 20 richly caparisoned
will to steeds. Upon a dceoratcd wagon,
on scats arranjjed in pyramid lonn, sat
17 young ladles, dressed In white with
black ornamentation, each representing a
State. Tennessee, who stood abovo all
and in tho centre, clad in deep mourning
and with bowed head gave an idea of
Tennessee's jrrlef at tho loss ot her gifted
hon. Mrs. Patterson, the eldest daughter
ot the deceased, nnd Lady of the Whlto
House during his administration ; An
drew Johnson, Jr., only son, and Andrew
Johuson Patterson, grandson ol the ex-
President, witnessed tho procession from
the Maxwell Mouse. Many ills
tlugulshcd citizens of Tcnncssco partlel
pated In tho ceremonies. Letters of re
gret wero received from Secretary Bel
knap, Governors Ti!denofN.ew Voik,
Why to of Maryland, Garland of Arkan
sas, McCrecry of Kentucky, Welles of
Connecticut, Senator Merrlmau, AdJu-tant-Gener.ll
Fletcher, Henry Clcary of Philadelphia,
and many others. Kx-Senator Joseph
Fowler, a life-long friend of Mr. John
son, and one of tho seven Republican
senators who voted ngalust ids convic
tion during the impeachment trial,
delivered the uiemoritil address, in tho
Housn of Representatives, and was listen
ed to with marked attention by tho vast
throng. Tennessee has paid tho last sad
houora to her greatest statesman ami
truest friend. Many of her talented sons
will emulate him, but few will rlso to tho
prominence, In thu estimation of the
world, attained by Andrew Johnson, tai
lor. KIIITUKIAI. NUTEN.
Galveston has resumed tho came of
President Grant and narlvveru In
Salt Lake City when last heard from.
Ills enemies chnrso thnt fimni's
Western swing was a Western swig.
A Mexican was shot ami killed at
tho crossing ol tho North Platte, on tho
Red Cloud road last week. Iloth names
Surgeon James P. Weeds of United
States nnny, and Rationed tit Nashville,
lenn., for several years, died at Ash bar
racks on tho IM, and was burled Sunday
afternoon with military honors In tho
Tho original cast-Iron dog story has
been fastened, this year, to the New York
World. That Journal says: aii In
quisitive man, kicked what ho fancied
wa an ornamental dog on a doorstep, to
see if It was hollow. It wasu't, and tho
man is now rusticating until Ids leg gets
D,iy1, charged with ho murder of
ouuu v.iu.-a, uuui w.v......
unlltv of murder In the flrdt desrico Hi
rtlmlil court. Mciniilila, Tcnn. 'ilili
innlWi tho fifth' man now In Jail thnnj
unitt't .entcnec.of ilcnlli.y.
Tho Clileaco Jimrnal ,ny: "Tho
proiiosilioii to, run Jinn. John Went
wnriu naui'L a. , jhihk tor iouiiiy
. . A r, !.!. f . .. , -,
Treasurer 1 rccclvtil with popular ap
provnl. The only question now Is, will
heneccpttho nomination? .Ills, friends
believe ho will.'
The- great dlflkuilly with tho St.
lMni'JtejnthlUan, says on exchange, U
that nont but extraordinary Intellects can
understand exactly where It Is. It is in
favor of Allen, but agnlnst Ids election,
and it is opposed to Hays, but In favor ot
K, O.D.ver ol thu well-known tlnn
Company, of Hamilton, Ohio, committed
suicide in the works of that company a
that place on tho 2nd lust., by shooting
himself In the rljiht temple. 'ati'o of
An Individual ol "an Inquiring turn
of mind" a.-ki, "Is the lion. M. C. Kerr,
of Indiana, a brother of tho celebrated
lOrphcn ;. Kerr?1 " Wo nro obliged to
confe's that we do not know, though wo
think It quite apparent that tho Indiana
gcntlcmnn belongs to the "Orllce Seeker''
"If discourteous, resentful personal
ities appear In theso column? towards our
newspaper neighbors. It will bo when
forbearaneo ecaseth to bo u virtue, to
which point the sunny souls of Obcrly,
Hnrrcll and Davis ronld never fotcc u,
we feel sure." Potter said that.
Col. BobTowin has subscribed for
Joo Robart's Jackson County Km
s Jaclisoii county Km. au
medicine, Colonel Bob, lor a good Demo-1
erat 10 digest. 1 no i:m nij s : "iiiei
1 no Jura s.ijs . ine 1
Colonel shall have It, and we recommend 1
that he takes it as ins party itoef. wiuk.v
straight." Yes. Itobarts can instruct
von liow to taKo it. "lurow uiejug
over your right elbow, and take n
fnlftcr,'' yon know.
In the Illinois Conference of the M.
R. Church tho following Is a list of the
delegates to the grand conference : Cleri-cal-W.
h. Prentice, II. Huek, W. N.
iMeKlory. James Scaton and II. X. D;ivlc.
lb-serves W. II. Webster and .tames P.
Dinunitt, Lay Tiidgo.s W. J. Henry and
John A. Chestnut. They are among tho
ablest men In tho conference. The next
nnnua session of tho conference will be
held It! Pari?, Edgar county.
Thu horses, carriages, and Mablo fur
niture of tho lato William C. Kalston aro
being disposed of by private salo at tho
llelmont residence, and many good bar
gains have been picked up. U!;cvle In
the floral department many choice speci
mens of rare plants aro being unloaded
at nominal prices In particular one Aus
tralian trco fern, which connoisseurs est!
mate to bo worth at least $2.10 Is offered
for sale nt $50.
He walked into a theater where there
was hardly Manding-rooni, one cold,
freezing night. In the distance, near the
wall, lie saw n vacant space, and a seat-
no cards on It to denote that It was taken.
Itnrc chance. With n great dual of com
placcney he seated himself on a patent
heater red hot. Talk about getting
bounced off a railroad train. He turned
a complete .somensauir. .c.i uuy nu
was seen In earnest conversation with his
fsan Francl?eo has a Chinese obituary
poet, who Is eclipsing G. Y nslilngion
ChlhU in ills chosen Held. The Califor
nia papers glvo the following, which
thev claim Is only one ol Ills ordinary
nights; ho can beat this hollow when he
lays himself out :
"Tlilow 'wnv him le'ceflut-lrou,
Mo? h lilm tut) nn' bleak him pan,
lllm Rot I lough him waaliciilHH'jicH ;
Alice same dead Uiitmman.
Uoiieufln' out now, 'longalile.lott."
The Hank of California reopened last
Why did not the ImlejenJciit an-
noiiuco last week thu nrret ot the Calla
han klan, nnd tell its readers what they
were arrested for? Was It cowardice of
the 'boys ;' or Is this another evidence of
tho fact that tho Luhpcwltnt is owned and
controlled by some attorneys who nro
counsel for Callahan and his klan! The
Imiqicwtent U as Independent as its out
sldo bosses will permit It to be." Only a
question put by the Jackson County Era
to tho Murphybboro Iiuleptmhut.
Tho Intrepid Empress ot Austria was
lately thrown from her horse nt tho
Trench, watering-place where sho had
been summering. Sho was stunned by
the fall, but shu soon recovered iter senses
and went galloping off again nt n terrific
pace. She has bathed, ridden and made
excursions diligently, and gone out con
stantly In a wherry, without any suite,
and accompanied only by a conplo of
oarsmen. Sho oltcn spends the whole
afternoon thus, floating over tho waves at
a distance of half a league or so from the
- Urazll has an area of 3,311,07-1 square
inllc?, a coast lino of nearly 5,000 miles,
and a population of 12,000,000. In ex
tent, It is about equal to the United
States, and 13 divided Into twenty large
provinces or States. The government is
a hereditary monarchy, and a system ot
gradual emauclpatloii,establlslied hi 1671,
is In operation. It Is greatly accelerated
by voluntary manumissions to such an
extent that It is believed by 18S0, out of
1,-100,000 slaves, thero will not bo one hi
bondage. This great revolution Is being
accomplished without disturbing the
financial condition of Drazll and without
those crushing losses inflicted upon us.
l'ortlic Month of October.
During tho fever season of last month,
tho stock of Ayer's Ague Curu In thu Old
Noilh State became exhausted, ami be
fore a supply could bo received from I.o-
wen, ino suucring irom cuius aiui tever
becamo fearful. A few parties wetc 60
fortunato as to hnvo It 011 hand,
and in Iredell county, tho drug
gists eked out their slender stocks by
felling doses a spoonful each for a dol
lar. Many paid ten dollars for a bottle,
when thu regular prlco Is but one, and
thought themiM'lvcs favored at that, ho
valuable nro the curative properties
ol this preparation, which not only ex
iiels 'ho poison from tho system, but
leaves the patient with unimpaired health
and vlgor.-fWrfpA f.V, C.) Standard.
"'lie Itimo Are Dlnnnllillcil.
" 'AAiiis-nins'. Oct. :J. Information re
ceived hero trom Havana, shows that
there Is n srent deal of dlssntbfnctloii and
uneasiness in Cuba, among tho wealthy
Spaniards, tit tho prolongation of tho in
surrection, by which Immense dalnago
uas, resulted in an maicnni interests in
tho island, the liiiurv bcliiir incalculable.
They have therefore united In a rcinon-
Mrnnco to mo apanisu government
against the continuance of hostile move
ments to suppress tno insurrection, be
lieving thnt the wlcr policy of pence may
bo reached between tno contending par
tics without further bloodshed.
NOT SUCCT.KDtXrt IS' TUKtK KITOIU
for conciliation and relief in that direc
tion, '.he story comes from sources which
nro said to be reliable, theso wealthy
Spaniards have, either directly or Indi
rectly, proposed to tho Cuban junta, ol
Now' York, to co-opcnito with It in such
measures as innv cll'ert an accommoda
tion between the contending parties. In i i
the luiita deellnostliclroveftures, declar
ing their determination to continue the
wnr until their obieet In commencing It,
nnmely, the independence of Cuba, shall
hnvo been secured.
I hero are no mean- ol ascertaining the
entire .expenses of this war on thu part
of Spain further than $10,000,000 wen;
expended for military purpoos in the
years from 1S70 to '71, in Cuba, to -ay
nothing of tho licet of gun-bont hi
Cuban water. She says that
ik .c.oni:OATr. i nner,
under arms exceeded 100,000, moru than
half of whom wero regular
troops, and that tho 10103 ol the
nrmv of Cuba exceeded 18.000 men.
Tho'lii'urgcnt forces at thai time did not
number more than 0.000 if nrms. It Is
In view of ucli vnstcxpen'r, without cor
responding results, that prominent Span
lards, both In Cuba, and in Spain, arc
nuxloiist'ura ctwitlon of hostilities, but
It Is tin- opinion of ''ciitlciiicM iit Mmhid.
ns exprcr.-cit 111 corrcsitondi nco lrom
Spain, that want ot stability In tho gov-
... c. ...... ..riii,.a .. .,t.t..,.i.,.. ,.t ,.
o, . ..iiiilna .. v,noMr,,ilm. nf
j,Mlfu f.;ctlon of Cuba.
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Sore A.il-., lulljiued
I'alnriil or too 1'nln.M-
..Milk !.-, Oiarlin lib-i-ia
ntintur,'! i,Ili;, an(l i,-XCuria.
tlon of Inljnu. or
V;irli-oM- Vi-Iiim. Kn-
Lfi I CllltHL IL'l-n., Old lire, Inler
' nnl Ulo-rulloni
ami llulln. Oirlmiie!i-. Tu-
rTmnnTT ,.."Xtn bwtlllnir
INTERNAL .iind lliiiitoiii, dial
til or Sire Kttt.
1 Mm II iiif s, 1 larnc ,n or Swt-
USE. lUf iU
reton or Whitlow, Frost-
11 1 l.lmbx or l'nrti,
.Hntiiltii I! 1 1 1-.. lu-i-ct
KtlnKt, Cbappcd Ilandi,
I'UNII'N i:.TUArr Is fur sale by nil I'lrol-ClitK-i
nil IlruKKitt", l'liydclann, uml -t-i-,-botly
wIiuIiiih t-l t-r used it.
l'nmplilt-1 cuntalninr lllitciry and Urm malt
ed lreeonuillcntlon, If not found ut) our
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
JVi'M' York nml I.tiiitltiii.
"tTmiutnttloiinlily th lit-nt luvlnlHctt
mirk r tin kind In tin- Wnrlil."
NOTICES Of TIIK 1'ItKSS.
Tho ever inere.inlni; clrculutlon ot tliln
excellent monthly proWr It.4 i:nntlmied
ndup,lon to uiulitr dcclrt-i nml necil In
deed, when w. think Into liow m ny hnmt-i-It
rienotrutes cvrrv month, wo must enn
tiller It n ono ot iiiu Lilnemor ;ii well a
ontertimu-rn of tho pub. Ic mind forltsvu.t
poiulnrity linn been w.-n by no nt eiil to
Httipid rejiiillcos or depraved taMo.s. bos
The cliaiacter wliUU thin Mmuhziiio poi
uml lltcrury culturo thnt I111- kept pneo with,
Ii It tun not led tlio tini'-s, hliuuhl cjii?u itr,
soniluetors to rcga (lit wiililii-tlllaolt ctun-i-lacoi
cy. It N ont'tlcn them t liferent
eltilin iiinn tho publlu t'ruihiulo. The
M:i"izliin li'is done (.-ooil nnd n-d evil 11I!
the ilnyaol Itsllfo. II ooklyn KkI.
1'ostngc fi'CO to sub'-o'lbcM In tho United
llarpciJH 31,'it'azliii', one yenr ...91 01)
81 IK) module t.n -pu)Uiem ol U. fj. post
tte by Ihi- pilbllnhoti,.
8uli"criiilioijs to ilHi'iierS JIiil-uzIih-.
WVcul), 01 liazar. to nc mlilrcsi lor 0110
your, ilu Hi: or lvo 01 ilarnci'n tieiiodl
ca f, to nno addreea for no year, ?7 UO:
An fXlra 0 py ot tithe tho Majruclne,
Wui-hly .-i- llaz ir will bu .uppiieil mulls lor
uv ry tlub 01 Hvk mbi-cilb i ut t 1 11 cuch,
In nno -cmltt 11 ej r bIx eoplcs t r (MW,
without extia nopy; postigo tree.
Hack number can bo eupplli-d at ciiy
A ijompl to et of HiupcrS MHi?azlne,
now coniirlli'S 40 vo'tlimn, In 11 nt cloth
hlndlnc, will be Bent by i-xpie--, l'rt.-iylit in
tho opcn 0 of purclii'cr, for ii 2S p r
volume. SImbI" volumi s, li ni di, pOit puld,
$3 0(). Clotn ciisci", for b dl b, Bh tents
by nil. i-oblpaUl,
jarNnwniapurn aro no to copy thin id
vertUtmcnt w thout tho oMiros order ot
Uiirper Itr-ithi r-.
Address HAItl'EK .t BltOTOKltS. N. V.
WHITNEY & HOLMES
Fifty i:uemit Nt) le. with Valuable Im
jirovcimnti Vew mill lIciutlfultiolofcioiH,
1 j 1.1 OXW I llOtl-sAMi OiKaiiUts nnd Mu-,1-cln
a rlt li v I IriU.ciiiNit n Tone, .Mechauun.
nml llnrHblllty. Wurruniea live yiurs. Send
for price list. '
WIIITNKYA. HOLMES OltOANCO.,
P-'J3-1t Qulncy, lllluoU
v asm ft n,
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS.
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS OF
PATENT MEDICINES, TOllifiT ATITICLEB.
DBUOOIST8 FANCY GOOD&, COLLlEIt WHITE IjEAD,
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL, WINDOW GLASS,
DHUBHES, SOAPS, COLORS, OILS,
Wl" f.ltcitformpon-lcnce uml onttrs from Di-iv!!. Teyjlelauo tmt (Juurnl SloteIn i
of ttoo.li In our line Sleiirnlxmt. t'luLtntion -l f aintly ili-llclne Crfl luniUlieil or . i'
Oiled with nllnlilc Drug At rc-jiotuiMe rat- .1,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL. (' ft TRO
74 Oblo Lfivoo. 1
Wood! Wood! Wood!
COAL! COAL! COAL!
BIG MUDDY (Mount Carbon Coal.)
Tho Cuirofis St. LouIh Trnnnfor &
fill orders for wood nnd Cnnl. Dcilvorort to any par or tno uity, ai.
thu lowest Cfi3h Prlco. OcTICB A.ND YARD nt tho Cairo & St.
Louis Narrow attune Depot.
W od, 4 feot, por uord
Wood, aitwed. per rord
Wood, sanr.il ond split, pt-r conl
Ccitl.cn loud, pr tun
CohI, enr load, m mil iton
Conl. car load, ono-half ton
Lc vn ordom nt V. M. StooklUth'.02 Ohla laxoa. ftt tho Crv"tal Saloon, corner
Hlxttl Btrcotnml Commercial Avenue, and at the Company n Ornco.
Onlor.i Snlicltoil nml Promptly FlUeil.
2T. M. WARD, Supt.
JAS K.XaAlTB.Ssc'ycat Trosts.
F. M. STOCKFl-ETH,
Importer nnd Wholosalo Doalor in
FOXLZHIG-N' JNX DOMESTIC
Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - OAIKO, ILL.
Keeps a full Bt'ck of
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAiNl) AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
URGE STOCK OF DRY GOODS
Onered for Sale nt
Crsat Reduction in FriooSj
Prints, Bleached Muslins,
Table Linens, Percales,
LARGiil STOCK OP DRESS GOODS,
L.irKii Stoi l; of Whlto Oooits, Victoria Luwiia, Swiss Mnra-illoa, nd n Itrxa .Stock ol
Itlbbous. Tlil-t i-ullru ntoel; will be mild nt Heliwl unit, uml continue liatll It In doted out. Cat.
ud becomlnitilol'lireat Uarsalai I T Kit 51- .Yl'ltl TLV c knit,
Cornor Eighth. St. and Cozsamoroial Avt
ETC., E'i O.
DETAIL & PRESCRIPTION
"Hihtno'1 A., Oor. 8U1 8'
Coal Companvis ow propared to
i 3 60.