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ASCAI.ON I.OIKIE, no. m.
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.-'MIk. J''dIittnl order or (Md-tYl
JVIFLZf?- Iowa, meets iVry 'I hurwl.y nlxlit
Ht halr-pnMfictrii, In llirlr liallon
.mini, ii mi niriiuv, iTinfTii --imii nnii rnrniil
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v;in im.it i now mm mi i tiri nml llilnl
iiicnin) urmry month, At linir-pn( wim
.Ions II, llomjHiH, I I
fry Mini', n'riniri ,nr , .1 r rv .1 . .-i
lloM rrirular (-oiiihiiinlrutlriii. In Ma-
i. r tfiiik i ftiiue vi i .- t l t
7k noiilc Half, (iirnir loiiiinirrhil nifiiiic
' ' ti'l l.ljfliin unit, mi tin- Mi'ini'l hum
Kiiinn .Miih'i.iy or men iii'intli.
l.l lHT l.f-t.
rplll. fiillowinir ! ii lift of lilir nimltilnif In
l. in mi-niur- iiiir.iini inr fill jsanimii) ,
Iff iiim r w ,n
i. m.iis' usr
lluckm r, Dolly, llrtiwtl, Aliundii,
llanla, rntinlr, . Martini, Addle,
lllai k Anna, Mania, Alui.i.
t LijL, .lulu
ljifu, Jfrr liiini) , Mr.
l-lKoU, Mile, ,' '
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Ilmulllon, (Ml, I Isrfi 111 , l!iVri,
Hani" ll.itin.ili , r a, , ,
John -n, l.n1 . ' xi
Kiiiina, liini.ifnr, (Untile.
Mhoon, i nlrdwtiU, .lr,ii-, Y. J.
Matlin. llatliH .MIIIit M.,llli-,
MHm Xflll, Irlilnpry, .Mra.
I'atli r, Alma It
itif-, a r,
HmaU, l.iiir. slu-llty, Anun-li,
tutiy, A(r lurry.
Alexaii'b-r, J IV .
Hrinitill, !. .M.
lUrLer, .lew, r.
Ilartbll, ) .
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llri'tinmiin, I .
liruMti, T It
I tttr trati J'llin,
I. alnl Jiihii
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Hill, Oi l
I I an Ion .Ino il
I) ii-, I'Mfr,
JolifM 3 It
( fernaU', .Inlm,
Dm i-r) , !,
ultdii, C.N. I1.
(iuntnir, .1 1
tJllniorr, T. II.
Howell, i: H.
Ilaifun, II. i:
IInyiM, Imi A
Unit, II. Y.
.Milsi.lil, .1 II Muiyali, Vi. Y.
SlaiM-r, It T .Mrltm, .1.
Malnncy, Ja Mituowlrli. .1.
MrAIIUtir, lltijrli. Mmthfr, ruueli,
MrAllltlfr, Kil Mixiiiry, rank.
McCarthy, Uruli, Miirou, Aii'lrr.
Ntlnin, It II.
ti'Nwl, Jim iiwrn .1 1'n.
1'aikcr, Ch roliiH,.l.j,u,
ll)lii'l,J A lllrlianlMii,.!. V.
lUiliIrn, Satnly, linMni, Win.
Mllllv.m Han nhm, llnN,
.-har, .1 II Mirltaiiy, -M
hiillctmi Win Mnilli, Vi. V..
WaMirii. Y It Wi. M i:
Wallar 1 A Wt irkni inn, liiitt,
lVri-nn' railing fur th' aliotr Irttm "III pli-.Kr
.K) W MtKKAKi. I' M
Kri-uli oyMeM or any tiling clo ou
want nt thu Delmnnlco lleatauriint, open
day ami nljjht.
an to Sjirost'i, IXt (Jliio I.evce, ami
get jour oj-ler.i by the Iniii'lnd nrcan
Ireult every mnriilnjf. 12-l-t!
--I'oyne'i oyiitcr Uejiot and reitnurant.
Oytcr In the i-licH anil can, froa every
la)', nt Phil Snttp'i oll staml, lutwoen
Sixth ami Sevnt.tn atrvcti. Cairo, llltnolx.
For boota anil hoc.orany Uearrlptlon,
tyle or iullty, go fj Wm. Killer's on
'1'wcntleth street. Hu KUarantccs s.itl-fac-tlon
In material, lit, vorknun)ili anil
It yon want lrcIi oy,t r without pay
lug for tho can and transportation, go to
SproalN, K6 Ohio I.ivoe, and t'cl them by
the pail full, froh every mornlns. 1'M-t
llavlni; given up my old Hand on the
levee and taken Kcoliler it ItroN (-hop, on
Klshtli ttreet, I thall be prepared to Mii
ply tho cltlzein fl Cairo, with the bet
meat the market aflord'. 1'Imw call and
Mcoinc. I'llll.. IIOWAIU).
-Sproat, 13.1 Oluo Levee, la luruUlilns
oyte-ii In the ilcbt thape. Kumlllos can
be Mtppded In any quantity frcclf every
At "Our Saloon," Kljjhtli ftrert, be
twten Coinmcrclal avenue and Ohio levee
the hungry may Hnd all kind of edlblca
berrniK, aatuage, iheeie, Ac, ami tho
thirsty the duett of wines and liquors,! reidi
lajjcr beer, and the beit lirandu of elar.
AtUntlvo bar.kccpcm are always on liand ;
and tbo lunch net dally, at ten o'clo:k, Sun
Jays Included, U as tine as any lu the city
Oct your oysters at tho Delmonuo.
Joe itonekcr in now in lull control of
the WaiutnKton lmkery, and having learn
ed tho wants of thu public, Is prouarcd to
mipply on call all demands fr French loaf,
Mutton, Hrowu and Orabam bread, and
uverytblnt; else ordinarily feund In a Crt-
cUsi bakery. Ho mulntalutH a fullhtoek of
conlectlonerles, and can, as well us any
other dealer in tho city, fill all orders in
Cakes baked, frosted or ornamented on
short notice. Special attention Klven to
the orders ol w eddlog or picnic parties,
Tho best oysters at tho Delmonlco lies
Ncwiy-llttcd, tincly furnUhed barber
shop by Ooortfo Stelnbouso, corner Com
niorciai ovenuo and Klgbtli street. Years
ol practice have given lilra a light hand
that nukes a smooth shave delightful. All
who try blm once will call again. All tho
late dally papers aro kept on his tablo for
the bcneQt ol his customers, and there Is
no odious waiting lor turns, tf
Uahoains lu boots and ehoes, at Klliott Jfc
FAIR ANDFESTIVAL 1
Bazaar of Fashion I
ll'iiiliiinr'i' lor llollilii) I'resculH t
Tho Ladles of the J'resliytcrlaii Church
will open n Fair and Festival In this city
Ihllr-olit.v i:riiliiir. Ilccriiilirr 1711.
Itcfro'limcnts In abundance arlllbesiread
lint will n.'itl.fy the moit
Fancy articles In great rarlcty will be
oUcrcd for sale Hint ennnat fall to ileae
No pains will be spared to male this fair
complete In ll'cll. Mignllicent Uolldsy
prc'i nts for )oung and old.
Itemetnbcr the time and look out lor one
of the llnost entertainments ever given In
Cairo. :i7 12-'J-tf.
Ho Y8' bats only M cent', alKIIIottA; Hay-
Fresh It.iltlmoro oysters rccchcd dally
and sold by l'hll. II. Haup. W1.2!M1
.e I.iilnlii'r Ynril.
Cli.n. Lancaster .md Nmvtnn Itlce, (hto
with Walter) both well known to our citi
zen, and to river men generally, have t
tublMicd a lumber yard in Cairo, corner ol
Sixteenth strrtt an.d Commercial avenue.
They will keep every dccrlptlon ol build
ing material and 'tvamhoat lumber, ilno',
tah, blinds, moulding, hlngli,tilli, i ts ,
etc., mid are di'tcrinliiid to cll lo.ver that
lumber has ever been M In Cairn. They
solicit a fair trial (rum teamboat men and
builders, and guarantee satUnction In all
cite. .1ST. 10-27-If
ovMiiusi 01 sri:ns !
4'nlro i:nl rirle.
Sproat, 13.1 Ohio I.evce, I n oivliiir New
Orb-aus oysters every morning in bulk. Ho
tt making bl own cans and packing bis
own oysters, thereby avoiding IheexoiM-
tnnt charges for Irantportation, and l ena
bled to fnrtiUh a better article at a le-s
price than any other dealer. I'atroiile a
home lii-tttutlou, and beiirtit your-clr.
IS 12-l-t I
ItiioniH o Item.
Klght rooms to rent on Third street be-
twceti Wah!ngton and Commercial ave
nue. Apply to William JlcIIalclor at
on the merits ol the Illblc, between H. F.
Underwcod, of lloiton, .Mass., and l'rof.
O. A. Ilurgct. ot the Northwestern Chils
tian University, at tndlanapoll, Ind., In
Cairo, HI , commencing December 22,
IsTI, and continuing four or more nights
1. Iteioluil, 'Ili.it the lliblo 1 histori
2. Hesolveu, That the llibte Is scientifi
3. ICcolvcd, 'I bat the lliblc teaches bad
and rornipt moral.
From a silver tea-et to a Ica-stioon can
be fouud at K A- W. lluder's, corner ol
hlifhui and Watblngton ae. 2t
10 lb aujjar for $, nt WilcoxV.
:i lbs Imtti r for $1, at WlleoxV.
I lbs coliW' for SI. nt VIIih.
I'olntixs .O cents jmt ImOiel, ai WH-
I'rrsti Siiiil .
Mr. I'. Fitgcrald has Just received and
ha on sale at bis sales room, a large stock
ofKnglith ale, porter, llrnncsy brandy
and wines, and liquors ot all kind, which
he will dispose of at reasonable price.
Ho, for good bargain, at A. Ilalley's.
He will sell at greatly reduced prices fur
the next thirty days. No. lfii and 170
Wahlngton avenue. KJ-l'J-Mm
l ine Million.
Mr. Clark Is determined to keep up Ids
well-earned reputation as a dispenser of the
bet liquors. Ha yesterday received per
steamer from Louisville a lahok invoici:
or mtanhaxr jiiuniw op Kkntuckv
wiiidKVa.ni otiikk l.KH'Hiri, and Invites
all that can appreciate that which li coon
to give blm a call. Mr. Clark Is a clever
gentleman, and has attettlvo bar tenders
and waiters. Call and oe lor younelf.
Ik you want line liquors, go to the Crys
tal saloon, coiner ol sixth and Commercial
.1. II. Marque & Co., of New York city,
dealers In and Importers of Human Hair,
have established n branch houo in this
city, and can supply Wig,Toiipce.s,ltraId-,
and Frlzes mado to order. Combings
made up In every style, l'lait, Switches,
Itolls, l'lalu and Fancy Chignons always on
hand, (lloves cleaned and niailo equal to
new. The ladles of Cairo aro Invited to
call, In Helicr'sliuildiug, comer of Klghth
street and Commercial avenue. Wo sell at
an advance ol only 10 per cent, on New
J. Conway, Superintendent.
Thrco thousand dollar' worth of stock
which was saved, In a damaged condition,
from the iato lire, will bo sold at from 2. to
75 per cent, below cot for the next ten
days. The stock coults n( cooking and
heating stoves, tinware, hollow-ware, .Inc.
ware, sugar kettles, oveus, skillets anil lids,
coal hods, and a tliou-aiul and one articles.
Now is the time 'for bargains, at 13(1 Com
mercial avenue. T. J. KnitTii.
l.iiurli i:ei-y liny.
Ooorge Lattnorcornerol fourteenth and
Washington avenue, will furnish hereafter,
every day to uls patrons a No. 1 lunch, bo
tween tho hours ot tcu and twelve o'clock.
Fresh Milwaukee beeruud fragrant Havana
cigars to bo bad at bis bur at all times.
A rilM. llnu of boys' and youths' cap, at
Klliott V Ilnythoru's,
Wit I III ti 'hiicn.
Tho only placo to llnd tho largest stock of
gold, sllvor and Ivory-headed canes for tho
old, middle and young agml persons, south
of Chicago, Is at K. W. lluder's. They
bnvn them to suit every ono lu quality and
prlco. This is as uselul and as nl 'c an arti
cle as any one could prncuro for a holiday
present, Call and examine. -I
'rri:sim, n: .
I.oriil Wciillier ltiioil.
AIIIO, ll.t., Ilirlifi. - u, .;.
I'u I r.
'1 NOMAS JOXKrVJlmnVr.
1'nlro 1 :tl I'M m i in ' t .
I'iilri.irehs of ( alio Kn-
sj.ti'niniiiiieiii i. a (. r. nrc
Vvy henliy iiolilletl to ntti.lnl tho
ri'iilnr meeting', this Tui,il;iy v villus,
Derember lo, for tin- purjio-e of elei'tluj;
olllrers for tin; ensiling term. VMtliiK
lirother iiri eordlnlly Invited lo inert
with it. .Ions II. Itoiu.vHo.v, C, .
Ctrn.Kltv at half cost at private sale, at
l'arotis, Davis .t (.Vs, Truth street.
Two or thni' bootiiiakiTS cull llnd rm
liloyineiit by :itily lntr nt
.'ilU'.'-llMf Wm. Kiii.riis.
lr. Henry will deliver a frs' lecltin-1-
niglit In the li.'ill of tho Mbeml As-octu-
eliilion oii"iycholoy mid incMneri-iii.
N'o ndnilsloti fee will Imthju1i'i1.
1'ianoh and organs at coit at i:. Si W.
Iludm's, corner ol Klxtit Ii and Washington
Henry Ilrihan hits rH'eieveil '-'I0ke"i ol
I'l-t' ii'lelimtisl .Mlluallkci' beer.
D.wii, down they come the pitees of
stoves anJ tlnwire at A Ilalley's, No. Ifts
acd 170 Washington avenue, 10-12 3-lu.
I:i1m (iiiiI Cliurrli.
The laillex of the KpNeopal (.'hlircll
and nil friends are requi-lcd lo meet at
Ihe stoi'i- lorineily occupied by thcMI-H'S
f.'ur.-on, on (.'ointiierelal nvetiue. between
Nlnlli and 'J'cntli .-tri-etr, tills iiiornilif.', to
urraugc for drtlny this ehnrcli lor
Snpposeil In lie rstoli'ii.
A sorrel mare, about S years old, 1 1
hand- libh, lame In riylit bind le-r. Tin
owner am liuve tlie same by provlnjr
proK'rty nml jiayln chari's.
I'alro, DeitinlxT 12, 1(7I.
2-12-l.'Wt .loil.v Ilori.tx, Coilslablc.
Jlr. Winter Is busy painting omo large
portraits in oil. We arc glad to sec tho
people waking up to the appreciation of
true genlu. A line photograph of tie ltev.
Mr. Thaier, on exhibition, Is life itself.
(iood rinlu rooms on the upper floor at
the Saint Charles can be bad, with board,
at the very low rate of $.'!0 per month. Two
large family room, fronting on the Ohio
river, can be secured at i'JO and 1C0 per
month. These room are double and very
'I lie "I'lliilitiiins."
Next Friday eveiiln Ihe "Phantom"
will n-cinble nt the St. Charles Hotel
under the iiii-plcc, of the Tlialian elub.
A trcmcniloii- crowd will no doubt Ik;
pri'M'tit, iind every arranrineiit has turn
made In make It the jnvatvt sueei-s of
the senort. An elegant supper will be
crved by mine1 hot Wilcox, and Ki-en-ber-,'
will furnish Ids excellent baud fur
tho ocoa-Ion. Those di'irin to njijicar
incrnj will llnd at White & Clrccr. a spee
Iiueti of the suit to bu worn, mid at l'hll.
.Saup' iuaks may lie obtained.
All Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, that
have been lett with me fjr rcpalrs,on which
the rjarges are unpaid, will be this day
led at tho Ja'-.xlry store or Mr. II. Houpt,
on Washington uvenue, and will at the end
of thirty days trom this dato be sold to pay
charges. Ukrma.v Willkk.
Caiiio, III., December Dili, 1S74.
Tlie steamer Allee.Cnpt.C'raspter, which
U in jfovernmeiit employ, nnd under the
supervision of Commander 11. It. Wallace,
of Ihe Lighthouse board, has established
lln following between this port ami .St.
I.ouU : One at Oreenlleld's, six on the
the Chain, one at Liberty Island, one at
Holy's, one at Sand Depot, one on the
wreck of the filendale, one at Fort Char-'
terV landing, one at Ihe head ot I'oit
Charter's laudinjr.oiie at Fish landing, one
nt Calico l-lainl, tliii- mi Twin Hollows
and two at Ihellarraeks. Thcellf;ht.s will
jrcatly a-slt pilots, provided they are
kept lighted every night. It i it II' they
arc not faithfully watched, anil are al
lowed to ,'o out occa-loiially, after pilots
have become used to running' by theiti, It
will be wor.e than If they had never been
Tho largest stock ol tho celebrated Seth
Thomas andSnn'H clocks are kept at K. A'
W. lluder's, corner of Klghth and Wasting
ton avenue. They keep most every pat
tern, and tbcieDre can suit everybody in
qusllty and prices. They aro an ornamnt
and useful. Call and examine. 2t
liOYri, go and sco tho Storm King, at LI
llott A llu) thorn's.
1 wltli every person Indebted to inn to
call and settlo before tho 1st of January,
1875, as I have concluded to carry on u
strictly cash business on utnl alter that
date. If settlement Is not until' as request
ed In this notice, thu amount due to mo
will be collected by law.
Caiiio, lu.., Dec. It, 1S7I.
Filly to soventy-iivo dolhrs per mouth.
Agents wanted everywhere, Teachers,
ladles, gents, etc., etc. No capital or out
lay required. Scud 20 cents for postage on
OUttit, to I), C. Wl'LCHMAN,
tl Irvln Station, Union County, Ohio.
Timk 1 1 aii. I 'f sir VVivn, Vr.t..
7 a in, :n Me I no N. I '
II1" .10 sin i i N. Y u
iplil. .'!0 .HI I .U' X. K. I
TJic i:ir.Villmi .Mills of llnlllilny lli oth.
Messrs;. Ilalllday Umt, are enaKed lu
making very exleiilvo linprovciiients In
their ilouriiu.' inlil.oti comer of Twentieth
street and Ohio Levee. They are put
tin;,' up the boilers formerly on the
steamer Henry I'roba'co, (much larger
I ban the ones now it'ed by thein,) and
have procured a stationary engine of WW
hor.'e-power, the largest one lu Southern
By means of this Immense power they
w ill Incrca.e the "run" of stones from ii
to 20. 'J'hls wl Increase their capacity
from 1,200 barrels wr week to 1,000 bar
rvUptrihiy, making It the ino't exten
sive flouring mill lu this section ot the
country. They have engaged the ser
vices of six experienced millwrights from
St. Louis, In addition to their present
.Mr. .1. O. Smith, nn experienced ma
chinist, has charge of the work, and I
pushing the same to nu early completion.
We propo-i' when the Improvement
shall have been completed, to lay before
our render a complete ile'crlptlon of the
Fitr.HH New Orleans Oylc"s nt :i."i rents
J)ir can nt Sjiroal', YX I.evce. 12-S-Gt
Tin! larget n.-urtmeiit of Chrlslnias
gixjd ever brought to Cairo, will lie dl-
playcil on .Monday, DeceliilKT 7th, at
Da.v'i, Hautma.n m.
(It) TO Wl.NTF.nS'H (lAtl.KltV Slid ICO Ills
'peelmens ol i holographic art. Half an
hour can be spent vsry ideaiantly In lew
Ingtomcol the well-known faces of our r 1 tt-
zina. .Mr. W. has on hand a large stock ol
new and clcgaut frame, suitable for hol
PnoTOORAl'lls made only upon Friday
and isatutdiys, excepting by speclsl ap
pointment. Hallcry open every evening
A liliilnl i:ntrf illume of .
Two plca-ant elttert ilnmcnts will be
glvni by the youog ladies of Lord to Acad
emy na the evenings of
le.,.,ilier 'Jlsl nml U'.'il, IHTI,
AT Till: AlAKHMY.
Onthecveiingof the 21t will be pre
sented a Cantatu suitable'to the scaon.
On the evening or the 22d will bn pre
rented a drnma cnti'J(.d
The I nlie. !(,,,,
TLe celebrated ".Mrs. Caujlu" wl 1 lec
ture both lalglit, and some utays by the
pupils will add to the cntertilnii.,,)..
Music, icstntmcntal, on pianos inj gu.
lar, and vocal, will form a prominentia
turo at each night's entertainment.
Admission each night, 2.1 cents.
Ci.f.ak and mot fragrant Havana for 10
cent, at tho Crystal -jloon, cornero) Sixth
and Commercial avenue. 12-Mf
Sl'ltOAT, 13.1 Ohio Levee, i selling Oyt
ters, heretofore sold at fa) cents, at 10 cents
per cas, 12-8-;t
The high school will Indulge in an
exhibition on next Thursday.
Stewart & Artf r have a eoil'ee mill
that grind- one hundred ami eighty
pounds nu hour.
The reader I requested to "keep a
harp eye out" for the coming advertise
ment of (ihohlsteiu A' lioccnwater.
The Method!! people will meet lu
tlieir eliureh on Friday night next, to
make arrangements for a Christmas tree.
There will lie a special meetlngof the
city council this everting, called by the
mayor, for thu tran-u't!on ol general bus
iness. . 9
Burger, the enegeile antide-nwake
dry-goods merchant.- doing a large
business. HI-toi;lf1-one oi tlielargc-t
and most earel'ullyfelecled In tlu' lty.
Wallar preached the best sermon on
Sunday night he ever preached in hi life.
He said many pretty tiling, and had the
tears running down the check of not a
few of Ids audience.
Mr. Kd. N'ott,ayiiiiig colored man of
this city, Willie Moling with an old re
volver a few day since, was accidentally
shot through the hand. The wound,
though painful, Is not very serious and Is
getting silong lluely.
Tlie Presbyterian supper will lie
served on next Tliur.tilay night. Presby
terian suppers are the best in the world,
and those who like to eat that kind of
suppers -hould get a hungry a posili!e
bv Thursday evening.
Everybody doing Im-iue.s.s on ISighth
street !tunber.up tho pavement with
boxes and barrels to the great Inconven
ience of pedestrians. Thu bet looking
young man In Tiik Itfi.i.irn.v olllce be
liigiluly hobcr, broke his neck by falling
ovcra hov In iront of an Klghth street
vegetable stand on la-t Saturday night.
Daniel Mullen Is tbo grenslu.t man In
the city, and ids devotion to grca-e made
smooth his way Into the coun
ty Jail. Yesterday morning lie
entered the Illinois Central depot,
and raptured a keg of lard, which he at
tempted to sell at retail to dlU'crc nt mer
chant; on tlm I.evce. Chief .Mel Iain
caught Ihe gentleman at the trick, and
although In; made very oily statement-,
lodged him hi jail.
OVBTKUH at Sprnat's 13.1 Lcvie, at 33
cent per can, or il 20 per hundred.
Lxehaugu for silo on all the principal
dtlcs of Kuropc, at City National ll.uik.
A. It. B.U'HOUD, Cashier,
Am. kinds of mixed drinks made with
dispatch, und mo-t luscious to the taste, at
tho Crystal saloon, corner of Commercial
avenue and Sixth street. 12 .1 tf
Tins ihiPt brands of cigars kept con
stantly at tho Crystal saloon, corner of Sixth
street and Commercial avonuc. 12-Mf
Hi:st quality silver-plated waro less than
co-t at larons, Davis ,fc Go's, Tenth street ,
lleditced prices! Clothing, Huts, Caps,
llooti & Shoes, at Hautmans.
Mis Lemon has returned to the city
.Mrs. H. P." Wheeler Is recovering
slow!) from painful and dangerous ill
Hess. Duke Carter, ol Mound City, well
known lu Cairo, Is reported il.niger
MIs Addle Brown, of Chicago, who
aecoinp;uilcd the family of Mr. P. W.
Barclay to N'ew Orleans, Is now in thls.i
city vMtlngnt tin- hoiie of that gentle
I., (i. Urn I', i:(i.. Is now lo Mound
City, making arrangement; to remove to
St. Louis, We regret t ) loe llarrisfroiu
hgypt. He I a thorough tire man, ami
a wholc-tenm Democrat.
1'llltE Irlb wlii-ky punch, app'o and
honey, peach and honey, Tom and Jerry,
Imported nlo and portir and the finest
w lues In any mtrkct, at tbo Crystal saloon,
corner of Sixth and Commercial ave.
Now Is your time. You can get better
bargains than were ever offered beforo In
tho Hue of toves, tinware and hoiisefur
hlh!tiggood, at A. Ilalley's, No. HU nnd
170 Washington avc. 1i"-;I-12-Ihj
KiuiiT-ycir old ltotirbon, only at the
Crystal saloon, corner of Mxth and (,'oui
Aiert'ial avenue. 12 tl
Ciikaiv Whl to ;raiilt and other tablo
ware at rarson, Dams A Co, 'J'cnth
l.nnilier Mlllliiilnc How ll.
As wc arc determined to elo'e out our
stock speedily, preparatory to winding up
budnc, we will sell all kinds ot lumber ut
two dollars per thouand lea than market
Iiricc. i iirgo nil oi lain anil novo wnou
on hand, whlrli will be sold nt correspond
ingly low rates. Wall st K.n r.
C.uito, Ills.. Mommy Kvr.M.vo.l
Deei inbirll, l7l.
l'he weather has been somewhat
changable for a few days one day clear
and iihtiiant, the next mining and to
day has been cloudy nnd frcclngeoM,
with Indication- of -now to-night.
The market shows very little change.
Then; I ome luerea-e In thereeeipts and
demand for corn on speculation, ami
prices are steady and llrni.
Oat. are moderately active at an ad
vance. .Meal I very dull at ?:t 00. Bran
Is in active demand and .-cans1. Flour is
Improving in low and medium grade,
without change in values.
iteceipt- ol corn and oau since our last
report wen! as follows :
Corn. I cars No. 2 white mixed; S
"ar Xo. 2 mixed; 0 cars N'o. 2 yellow
in'ived; 2 cars yellow; 2 ear-rejected.
Oa'i-. 11 cars Xo. 2 while mixed: tl
car-Xo. 1 mixed; 1 ear white; 1 ear re
jected; 2 can black.
fg'Our friends should be.fr in mind
that the prices here given are usually for
sale from llr-t hands in round lots. In
lllliiigonlcr.s and for broken loU It is ucc-
eary to charge ay, advance over the;
We note some improvemeut in the de
mand for low and medium grade, but
choice Is heavy and dull. Bccclpts of
lower grades are too small for the de
mand. Prices hold steady and mi
changed all round. Sales were 200 bbl-
XX, $1 S.1; 200 XX, SI 7.1; I12.1 bbls ?l .10
to .1 no: ooo bids, ri t0 n 7i": 127.1 bbls
city mills. $1 7.1 to I! Wl; 100 bbl-, $1 '.
to S.I 7.1; 100 bbls -uper, SI 117; -100 bill
SI .10 to (I 00.
The market is llrni and active for
choice hav at unchanged prices. Ie-
ceints are -mall. Common I- plenty and
dull. Sales were 2 ears prairie, deliv
ered, SBi oO; 1 car choice timothy, I.
llvcred. S21 00; 1 ear eholcu timothy, de
livered, $21 00; 2 ears prime, mixed, de
livered, Sis! 00; II ears choice mixed, de
livered, $19 OOfiin 00; 1 ear choice thu
othydel S21 .V).
Tlie demand lor shipment Is acti...
Receipts are fair and all taken on arrival,
leaving no surplus on the market. Prices
tire steady and llrni. Sales li ear re
jected mixed In bulk on track, 71c; 2 car
Xo. 2 yellow mixed in bulk on track, 7!le;
1 car Xo. 2 yellow mixed In hulk on
track, 7ite; I ears Xo. 2 mixed in sacks
delivered, 7.'ff7He; I ears Xo. 2 white lu
-auks delivered, 7.-Y".i7!e; 2 ears rejected
mixed in sack- delivered. 70o; 20 ear- Xo.
2 mixed in sacks delivered, i0c; 811 sack
Xo. 2 white delivered, S0e; 11.1 sack- Xo.
2 mixed delivered, 7"c; 2W sacks ear
The market Is Improving and prices
tend upward. Receipts am light for tlie
demand. Sales were 2 car- rejected
iuIkciI in -ack- ili'llivivil, (lies .1 car- N'o.
2 mixed lu sacks delivered, li.le; 7MI sacks
Xo. 2 mixed delivered, 0-1e; I ear black
In sacks delivered, 7.1c. ,
Tho market Is quiet dull and well
supplied. Wi: note sales of -1 111 barrels
steam dried delivered S:i H-i 100 barrels
steam dried delivered $:l 00.
Receipts are all disposed of on arrival
ami fall .-hurt of the demand. Prices rule
llrni and unchanged. Sales were 2 ears
in sacks delivered Sl 00; 100 sacks de
livered Sill 00.
Receipts are large and stocks are ac
cumulating. There Is more butter on
the market titan can be worked oll'ea-lly,
and prices urn likely logo down. Wo
note sales of 200 lbs rhnico Northern roll,
!IOe; 200 lbs choice Northern roll, 2?c; 200
lbj choice Northern packed, :10c; 200 lbs
choice Southern Illinois, 'J-VijA'Tc; 1,000
lbs choice Southern Illinois, 2.1027c; IKK)
lbs choice Noiihe.ui roll, !IOe.
The demand U active and market hare.
Very few come hi, and theso few are
taken readily at IKX;. Sales 600 iIoami,
IWci 1,500 doen, 27'-.
Tho market Is overstocked ami very
nun mr an kiikh oi poultry, live or dress
ed. There Is no demand for cither. Sale
were .1 eoops mixed SI fiOj 50 dozen Jive
SI .7) to 2 .10; 20 dozen diwed $2 000-
The demand is very small nnd market
over supplied. Sales were II coops $0 (X)
to St) 00; 2.1 dozen live $S 00 to $10 00;
2,000 pounds dressed Sc.
Choice nn-In good demand ami lictter
supply. Prices are unchanged. Sales
were 100 barrels choice S.I iV); 50 barrels
common to choice $2 50 to II 00; 1500 bar
rels common io choice S2 00 to 'A 2-1.
Scarce and In good demand fur choice
at $.1 00 per barrel.
Them Is conolderableluqulry for choice
peach blows nt quotation. Sales were
150 lihh peach blows, $2 H07j'l 00; 200
bushels III -aek, hoc.
BKAXS AND PKAS.
No choice navy lieans in market, flood
white beans are lu request. Sales, were
100 bushels white beans, SI 50! V.I; .V)
bushels white lienus SI CKifnj2 00; HO huh-
els dried pens, SI 00.
The market U unchanged, hut price-.
are quoted a little iiiler. o make fol
lowing quotation : dry salt clear
side, lOJoeViIlJc; dry -alt clear rib sides.
10e;ilry.-.'iU ham, 10lulc; dry salt
boulders, 7e; mess pork, S20 00$i
21 00; lanl IU(S)Ilie. Sales: .1 tierces
dry salt clear sides I01llo; :, lh,
gns'ii honldei's ""J1'? 200 )b.gn cii
Ham, lOJftllc; 10 000 lb, green clear
Plenty of gnmo comes In, hut finds a
slow market. We note -ales of 50 dozen
rabbit, 7(V75e; 50 dozen quail-, 70Q75;
.10 dozen rabbits, 7.V; .V) drjzen qualU
7.1e; 20 deer. .V.
Till: MASON iV ilAMLIN
7IXNi;itS of three liltrhist nuslals and ill-
iilnma or bniwr. nt V (riniii. Is7.l. nnd
I'uris. fsr;. nnw oITrrtiie lluest ii-siirtinriit of
the li-t rubliHl orpin " in the world, incliiditiir
new strles Illi lifint IliinruMMiinls not onlv
ccluliily furra-li, u rinuii-rly, lut nlo on
new plana nf tusy m)iii-uts, the mint liirnnilile
ever otli-ml llrs'Jiis nnlil with irhllii;u el
iiiirriuise, in Binui any irt oi ine country
l'lrat in)inrnt 'i '.lurnpuunls
llln-lr.itnl rut.iloKlles und i irculnrs, Willi full
lairtlcillar. svnt fne on nstivt Addrvas
MASON & HAMLIN ORGAN CO.,
boston, 'civ York or Chicago
LIVE AGENTS WANTED
To m-11 lilt. CUASK'S KK( II'KSi Or, IX-
L'lllMI I'l II.V L-..I. I'l't'llVlllkl.V 1.. ... . ....
E 'I, .-..I IW.S fill. I.I l.ltlll'll'li III T-,,I
county in the t'nltnl Mates mid Camilla Ku-
l.irpl by the ruulliuiT M lils apv It ron
Ulns oicr'.'.i'Ulioiisi'iKild rtcin'a, and la tullul
to nil rln-si-s uml CDtiilitlima uf not-lity. A
wonilernd tnjnk nnd a hou-etiold necifaity It
"ill ut alitlit. l.nnlcst liiilurrinrnta mr uf-firi-l
lo lunik nm-nts. .-uiniile roiili-s M-nt by
null, post aiM, lor .'. r.xclmiie tfrritnry
KiMti. Ap nta more limn ilnuMu thi Ir inoiif
AUuri'ss, nil tiiA-r.'.- nu.,1.1 riii.ii,u
IIULM;. ANN AKIIUK 1I1LII i;i-U-.i)-w2ru
Leading Journal of Southern
Will steadfastly oppose tho policies ot the
Jtrpiibllcin party, and rcfitsn to lio train.
mulled by tho dii tntlonol anyelliinc In the
It believes (hut tho itepnhliciin party has
fulfilled Its mUsiou, and that Did Memo
cratlc flirty us now organized should be re
stored to power.
It believes the Itadlcnl tyranny that has
for acvcr.il yens oppressed the South
hould he overthrown and tho people of the
Southern State permitted to control their
It believes that rallro.u! rorporatlons
should bn prohibited by lft'ls'ative enact
ments from extolling and unjiilly dsserlm
iuallug In tlieir buslive- traiibactlous with
It recognizes the equality ol all mot be
foro tho law.
It advocates frco coiuiacrec tariff for
it advocate" resumption of apoclo pay
ment, nud honest payment of tho public
It udvocatoa economy in tho administra
tion of public atlalrs.
ti "-2rY "Sk- .
Wholoflnlo Prices, but No Crodit !
Mrs. O. McLEAN,
Next Door to Stuart & Qholson's
BETWEEN COMJlEnOIAI. AND
T-T T8 Uounits, t'lawrra, rrotlxra. mii-
Inn's Uil (llow, ( .ir-rts, l().(ry. WoTaitsla
Jb rln.. Uml. rwear Win arl Clirdren, '
lTj-lhi-"' K'xsla wilt ticsfildm try ow Hi.
"rra, for CAM I und t AMI ONLY. i-ll-a."f
AM) UEALEH H
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
Under City National Bank.
I WILL "ll In rnr-lond tola nt linnufucturers'
irlii-s, n.lillntf Knight.
HARRISON & CO.,
tucceor to J). Hard A Co )
And Ii.idcrt In
FL0UIJ, GRAIN and HAY,
No, 03 Ohio Lovae.
FLOUR AND GENERAL
No. 138, t,
JOHN B. PHILLIS
isiicoeiiors to John 11 I'hlllli)
And Drulcrs in
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAT., BRAN, etc.
Agents for LAFLInTkAND P0WDEK C0J
Comer Tenth Stroot and Ohio
'.. H M.slhiiM. E C Lid.
MATHUSS .to UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
Clsl OHio I-iovoo.
MILLER &. PARKER,
OHIO LEVEE, between Fourth And Sixth Sti(
K. .1, A)iii. . H D. Ayrw.
Goo. A. Prlnco 6. Co.,
Tlie Qldeat, Laici tt and mnst ri'rfcct nianufacj
lury In the U ultl hUtin.
Ko 'other Mi;sical Inilnimml ever ohutued tlm
koine ropuUrlty. "
Buftitlo N. V.