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A C.Ml.S t.OliUl., ( 01
Kni.cliM ol I'Wlitnn, tnti eu-ry l"rj-lai-nlxM
at ln.lf-p.ut iitil, niOilrt
lYlloW' M ill MUuLKSMI.MK,
Ari'.v.iS'liKII I.ODOi:. NO. ill
lu.lVimlriit Onlirof Oitl-Kl-
-j 3mjy,L- IOWA, ineeifl ncrj ninimj infill
'fiSTF-1' nl Inlr i.nst M ini. Ill tlirlr Imll oil
Dinnuri'lnl arcniic, Ik-Ihh-ii t mid f-eicntlt
.tueU K. lir.Nr, .V. 0
"iaiiio i;ncampmi:nt, i. o. o. v., mt
I Jin oM-KillowV Hill on Dm tlntt atnl tlilnt
'lni-lJ In nery mntitli, nt liair-mit trn,
John II liomstoM, c. I'
CAiiio i.oimji:, no m;,a v. aa;m.
, lliilil irruinr rominiintraiion in.ua
hoiiIp Hall, corner iftinmrrcl! incmif
Htiil i:ii;liili Mritt. on the utoihI iiml
fiiinlli Muii'l.iy nfinrli month
Mr. I'. KitzgrraM liaJut rocfhcil ami
!i;h nit Mlf nt III falo room n large Mock
i.f KnglMi ntr, porter, Ilciuii'y lir.mily
ami wine, nmt lliiior of nil Untl. which
Le will ilitiioio of at reasonable i-rlrc.
(Ino-l liulu room on tlio tip', rr floor at
the Saint Chailc cm I c had, Willi board,
wt tlio v.iry low ratn U Si) per month
Xcii I.tinitiiT Vnril.
tliarlc l.MH'ati-r and NVwtoti Itlcc,
lolli well known to our citizen", and
to river men generally, luio u
tablUlied a lumber yard In Cairn, vomer of
Sixteenth trcetand Commercial nvcntle.
Tlicy wlll kccp utrry description of build
lug untcrlal ntnl rtcantlioat lumber, iloori),
will, blind, motiUllngi, ililog'c latli, etc.,
i.'tc, and ro dctcrniliiei to fell lower than
lumber lia over hcen ro'il In Cairo. They
ollelt a fair trial from hteamlio.it men and
l.utlder, and guarantor natl'factlon In all
rate. S.IMO-'JMr. "
OYBTLHS ! 0Y6TEBS ! !
proat, 135 Ohio i.ovor, I receiving New
Oilcan oyntcru every morning in bulk. He
lit making hi own can and picking hi
own oyMcr, thereby avold'ng tlio p.xorbl
latit rlurge for trantportalloti, and I ena
bled to furnlth a better artl.lc at n lorn
juice than ktiy other denier. I'atronlze n
litui Intllttitlon, and bruellt yoimelf.
Couipetllluii N Hip Ufa ii r Trait r.
Mr. M'tie CdetiKU, Kino I.-uindroa,
No 12, Knurl 1 street, between Washington
an! Commercial avituio, doe nil I:. ml of
fine and ro-wo laundry worklorhd ti scd
gmt cmen, fluting, Ac. Otntlcnitn'ii Ulr!t
walndnnJ foll-li-iil. Singla ulrt and col.
lar, 10c; p.-rdoziMi '; Mck V; two col
lar, ft-itwj liindkercbiel, 5c: vet 20c;
aid a'l pcntlciiicii. wear, SOc. per
do.en. l.aille' drcic, 2 it M.-;
klrttl) t 2'c; drawer 10 to ).';; two
pair hp.o tc; two collar 5 to lfc. For la
dlei' plain clothes $l 0rtpr doren; lor la
dle line clothe, $l 2o per dozen; done
promptly, and promptly delivered. 1'a
:t-!--d 1 m.
All jwrsons li.'ivlnjj baKSagf at tin- St.
Xtc'iotnt hotel arc hereby itntlfii'il to rail
l'r tin iiinie willilu ten tlay front thl?
date, or citi'lt IjBgxiijr' will ! "old for
h.ir ... Wm. Wirrzni,
I'roprktorofSl. Mihobu Hotel.
Alito. .Ian. 1&, lf75. I';l-l.l.tt',
Notice N herby shen to all part'. v-hi
ate Indebted lo Wall A Hut, that tha papfif,
I, ' k-, cm , arc In my band' lorrollection,
and the firm lnvlng been dUrolvcd. piy
insiit nititt be undo to mc a'one
1I.11U10.S- II III.ACK,
LVi-I-nct. Attorney for (1 T. Wall.
AVheetr habltuilly uc any a'eiliollc
jire parjtlonn a an "appetizer" will bo
likely to Miller from lour tll, lz; an over
phi of food In the voinacb, impaired ability,
to dlKCtt It, the pang cf dytpeptla, and a
doctor's bill. Dr.. Walkkii's Vit.kt iilk
Vineoaii lliTTr.nn, the great Teetotal lie
M'orathcof tho age, wthout ovcr-tImu.
latlug the palate or ilitatlog the UomicLi,
impart a healiliful appetite, prorcoten dl
gculon, rcsulatCK the 11 ver acil bowel , puri
nes the blood, and tbu, lnHail of outaillug
fotireU!", confers four lcctlni'C!e benefits.
Pnradle Mine a-e located in Paradise
township, Terry county, 111'n 1. Thl col
bit no Mtpetlor lor grate, cooking,
Irani, i r 1 1 icksmlthlng. I(h fiued iin from
fiiiphur and other lmptu It ti iiiaken It not
only a plcatntit, but a healthful coal lor
Jamllv Ufc. 10 l-10-0t.
All 'A'atche, Clackn and Jewelry, tfiat
hivo been lull with mo for repair, on which
ttie eaarges arc unpaid, will be tliU diy
I'ft at the Jowclry Mom of Jlr. 11. lloupt,
on Maliiigton avenue, and will at tho end
of thirty daye Ironi thl date no Fold to pay
rharci. IlKliMAN 'VVlU.liR.
Ciiiio. III., December Oth, 1671.
fieovge lattner forner of Fourteenth and
'aihlngton avenue, will fuinWi ho caller,
every day lo h's patroiH u i.'o. 1 lunch, he
tiveeu Iho hours of ten and twclvo othck.
l'reih Milwaukee beer and fragrant Havana
cigars to ho hid nt hU bar at nil time.
Fitly to Ssvsiity-ilro dnllnfs per month.
Agent watiliid evorywlfro. 'J'c.u;'ioii, la
He, gent, tie., etc, No eapltil or out
lay rcijulrcd. Send 20 cent for po'tige on
outfit, to n. c. Wkixhmav,
tl Irvln Station. Union County, Ohio.
at Antrim's In y,mW wear, Is worthy of
notice. Tho entlie ftook :it cost anil
many thing nt less than cost. Do not
bellovi! what ho says but go itnil sco for
yournif. lie means htishu!-'. Winter
olotlilug at prices that will sui-priM' yon.
Iteim'inbcr the place Jolm Antrim, Xo.
711 Ohio level-. lC7-l-l'J-:it .
Open Fridays ami Satunhiyf only.
Tin re will he a tlnnco at the residence
d. I. F. McKImm, on Twentieth street,
next to Gallghfis's, mill, on next Thurs
day nl;ht, Junnnry 21. A km string
bnnil will flinilsli tho music. Mr.
-McKlmui's ftlends are particularly In-
lted to nttenil. Ono ilQllar n couple, guii
jer liicludetl. M7-lt
TflWDAV, .IA.Nl.AUV 10, I87r..
The lnvit lor niity, dIimiii or blael;
umlllijiif:. I".lU ISciiocl. T
1'orl. Alvord, principal of the piddle
ihool of lhli pity, rcfU0't'!iii to ttato that
the rumor wlihii lun been goinpf the
rotuiils of the city, to the client that Mnall
pox liM broken out ninoiiK the -eliolaM,
U Utterly l'ale, run I there nte no grounds
lor the report whatever.
Wo regret to hear f tlte lllne. of
County Tfreiiun-r in. Mnrtln.
5fr. Jainet I'leniltijr, l)Ook-le,pp.r fqr
Ilalllday IIiim., wa Utkuli with ti chill nt
tie oljlee yet;rilay iiiorijliijf. A pliyl
rian wa called In, anil nt M ven lu-tev n
lug he wns ilolnirwll.
Dr. Ilrlghiuii'.H lecture on "Involution"
drew out u Inrge crowd lat evening.
The Doctor' ability ai u .lecturer U w ell
known, imil Viii tliU oeeiisldn he handled
ht i.uhjeet equally as ably a on former
onci. Hu li a very pIctMint tjx fiker, and
all who heard lilt address lat evening
speak in very flattering' terms of hl
Ilurni'il to Dentil.
Wc learn from .Mr. J. O. Hale?, of
Thebes, Hint a daughter of Mr. Marsh
Ilniter, of that precinct, apil four
month, wns burned to death a few days
lnco, under the' following circumstances:
The head of tho family belli; away
from home, his wife discovered ome
Iiojth nt th- corn crib and went out to
drive them away, and left two little girls
in the liou-e, the older one being about
two year old. While the mother wa
out looking to the crib, tho olderouegot
hold of a shovel, went to the grate and
taking out coal of lire, threw them Into
the cradle In which her little rttcr was
Mceplng, setting fire to the cover. The
mother hearing the erle of the little one,
hastily ran to the hott-e, but too late to
wive the little sulfcrer. The babe did not
live live minutes alter the tlames were ex
thigtil'hed. Ilct'. Mr. Ilraillry.
The emissaries of Satan have for many
loiig'yenre persecuted thl paint. They
linye. pursued him with fury, have at
tacked him In his honor and endeavored
tostniu hi fair fame with lies. Year?
ago they charged him with hog stealing,
and liad him arraigned before hi peers In
thejtiry box; but the Lord was with his
servant and obtained hU relea-e. lie
did more: He srnt lire that
consumed the houses of the preacher's
enemies. Frightened, they turned
from the attack ; but lately, emboldened
by men like Hpv. Mr. Klx, the v advanced
upon the lleverend gentleman ugaln, and
charged him with stealing com
and capturing swine. He ua !irraigiied,
and the Lord put f into tin. heart- of the
jury lo acquit him ngaiu. And now look
out for lire. The 1. ..! always
sends lire to a.iige Mr.
Jtradl'sy. "I would not have cured," lie
ftid, "if they hail charged women on me;
kae, 'fori' de Lord. I'e not ashamed to
stand In tribulation and dhtrc- wid Mr.
Ileccher, but to charge iihii mo de
wordly iiudcoiiiiiiou sin obhog stwijlu' 1
a ihnim1 ure. It can't beeudured. Anv
worldly man can Meal hog, but us ser
baut.s nb de Lord inu-t clu lilglitrdau dat
higher ilan dat." And .lacob N right.
bo look out lor tho lire that I Mire to
come, down anil coiuumu liU eiieniiew.
. mi, I .7., '
The best hi the $:iu . for cooking.
gratc, stoves or steam.
The .fantthry term of tho county
court eonvemd yesterday, .ludge Hross
presiding. The following business wa.9
In tlie-matterof the guardlaii'-hip of
Maggie E. and Fraud J. Atherton.
minor heirs of Chns. Wicker, deceased.
Final report of F. I). Atherton, guar
dian, approved and tho guardian dis
charged from all further .liability.
F. I). Atherton vs. V., DIckerson, ad
mlniitrator of the estate of A. C. Ather
ton,. . deceased, aiiimpslt ; damages
$350 -15. Cotir allowed $318 -15, as sev
enth ela-is claim, and $32 00 ns first
In Hie matter of the alleged insanity
of .lanies Winkles. Thl cauo was tried
lieforo a jury composed of the following
named persons, viz : II. .L Stalker, M. D.;
J. Fulton, Albert Orindler, John Oirg,
A. Anderson and .John C. White. 'J'lie
evidence being heard, the jury returned
their verdict to the ellect that defendant
Is liisanu and a flt person to be sent to the
State hospital for the insane, and tnat he
is not a pauper. '
In the mutter ol tho estate of James
Winkles, an Insane person. Petition of
Alexander II. Irvln for tho appointment
of a conservator. Tho court heard the
petition and ordered that the proper no
tice be published as required by law and
tho cause set for Friday, the 20th in
stant, II re.
.Shortly after ten o'clock .Sunday morn
ing, tho alarm ofllre was sounded, and a
few minutes afterwards a perfect stream
of humanity commenced moving In the
direction of Twenty-eighth street. A
black volume of smoke, Intermixed with
flame, arising from tho upper portion of
.Mr. Thomas Hnlllday's dwelling houso
designated tho pot, nml In less than flf
tecn minutes after the alarm the engines
were on the ground with tioores of citi
zens who at onco went to work to extin
guish the lire. Jlr. William Morris
was the first to discover tho fire, and. ran
to the house and tried to jmtJt out, hut
seeing that he needed ns-slstaneo, an out
nml gave the alarm, wdch was answered
by the fire companies promptly. The
household ellocts were nil wyveil, but thq
building Is badly danioged,he plastering
being oil soaked with tli water which
was thrown upon the flumes, and the roof
being burned, nntl torn up by the llnv
men while trying to get Into the main
building. Tho fiio Is Mid to have orig
inated from n defect In alluo In the rear
part of thb building. Tho firemen of tho
city tIcetTo great credit lor the noble
manner in which they worked. Tho
Hough tnd Heady boy, having the far
thest to-go, did not arrive nl tho lire until
alter the other engines had got there, but
when they did go to work, did their
share In the most creditable way. The
Deltas had the ati.f.ietiou of being the
first company on the ground, but their
engine Ining frozen up, they were
obliged to work with It for some time be
fore they could get her to work, but they
also rendered much asIstanee, notwith
standing their nil'fortttne.
The fmtlrc lire department did thtir
whole duty, mid dipt. W. II. Halhday,
tificr the llrtnus were extinguished, and
the excitement was sufficiently abated so
thattuMiilghtbo heard, Itenpcil forward
nml Informed the captain of wtch company
thattheycould draw on lilm for tho wtnt
of twenty-live dollars, to be extended In
tho Interest of their companies. This ev
idence of gratitude was received with
many good wishes to the donor; and will
no doubt Ims long rememlicred by the
Ilremcn of the city. Which company
threw the first water upon the building
while In flames wc have not definitely
ltegular convocation of Cairo
Chapter Xo. 71, of H. A. M. to be
me .tiasomc nan on i ues-
tlay evening, January 10th, prompt 7:30.
C. II.snnv, Secretary.
Hon. Claiborne Winston Is at home,
called by sickness In his family. '1 he Col-
onwl looks hale and hearty. legislative
honors 'et lightly upon him, and there Is
every reason to believe be will become
lejttvenated by hU Springfield exiierl-
OnlcrPAIlADrsi: COAL from any
Alderman McGanley has for a jct a
wild and untamed American Fugle,
which he keep cooied up in ids back
yard, llelsabenttty to look upon, but
woe be unto him who piovokeshls anger
and gels within reacli of hi claws. .Mac
says he can getaway" with anything
In the feathered Hue In this part of the
-liny PAltADlSE COAL.
A subscrll)er to Tin; I'cu.r.Tis en
closed the following auecdoto with a
check for hU subscription. Theanecdote,
although not new, will bear publish
ing, and the point may Imj so plain that
n few more ofonr subscribers can see It.
Hoping so wo print It :
A patron of a certain news-
patter once said to tne publisher :
"Jlr. l'rlnter. how Is It that you
have never called on me for pay for your
paper':" "Oh," said the man" of types.
vve never :isk a gentlemen ior money. '
Indeed." replied the patron : 'iiow "do
you manage togetalongwhentlieydon't
jay? ' "v en," saiu uio editor, "aiier n
certain time we conclude that he Is not a
gentleman, am) we ak him." '-Oh-ali
-ycs-i ecc. .Mr. r.ditor, jtieawj give mc a
receipt," and hand- him the amount due.
'.Make my name all rightouyotirbooki."
Free from sulphur and other Impurities.
Somewhere between Jloutid City and
Calto. Sunday, h hore blanket. The
finder will lx rewarded by returning it
to me, at the Stone depot.
170-1-10-21. Jamhs Johnson.
SoiucIIiIiii; Hint Miuulil lie Abntptl.
To Tin: Hui.i.ktin: It is not generally
known among our jieople that the so
ctlled jiest-liouse Is located on tho corner
of Cedar and Cross Mreets, on the rear
end of the St. Mary's Infirmary property,
which is in close proximity to the High
School and German Catholic church. It
appears odd In us that the city authorities
should thus neglect the lives of our tieo-
ple by iermiltlng a ease of this kind to be
taken to so central a location, where one-
third of our.'opulation p:is and repass
dally. The eoplc of the iielgh'mihood
are as charitable as any other of our peo
jile, but think It strange that the city
authorities will permit a jiest house, con
taining patients who are allllcted with
tills loathsome disease, In the central part
of tho city, when there Is a house intended
forjust such an emergency outside of the
city limits, which, with a few repairs,
would answer the purpose and allay the
fears of the people who live in tho vicin
ity, and those who have children attend
ing tho high school. Wo do not wish
this to bo considered as a complaint
ngalnst the good Sisters of tho Holy
Cross, who,- from tho goodness of their
hearts, havo kindly made provisions for
these poor unfortunates, when they found
that the city authorities would
take no steps to provide for
them. They, from what wo can
learn, would willingly contribute
tho amount they receive from the Gov
ernment for tho care of marine patients
"whom they are compelled to receive by
their contract with tho Government,"
to help support the regular city pest
Jlr. Editor, wo write this as
Hid hone tint It will hnvo tin. il,elreil rY'K
ami nope nut inww na,o the uesiieu cf-
feet namely, to stir up those who cahlelt were dulv admhilstcrcdbyanother
remedy the evil, Wo noto from the iircwd olllclal. lie was men recom
ceilings o. tho boards of health of
cities, that when a disease of tills nature ,i0w, on a charge of grand larceny. Ho
breaks out, those afflicted aro removed ras brought to tills city Wi'dncday and
beyond tl.ercity limits. Citi.en. Oinmlttcd to Jail for .safe keeping.
Tniielilnij Mory of T!irc Heme. "Tho Week of I'rnyer."
Two ladies, with a number of their Some Chicago genius with mi eye. to
friends, who live down town, appeared B,,r'H '" reckoned up Iho cost of the
before Judge lllrd yesterday 'morning ; $x$?$&t
one of the ladles was a defendeut, the cording to his summing up, having
other a plalntlllin a goose question. The h) phUI during the week to street rail.
i i ,i. i . i .i .V i i .i lads by "those who dailv took the cars
I.lalntlir slated that sho had three geese, ,wnj&)r.:i ifineoto pray." Tim Chi-
or, iwu gecsu nun uuu gamier, ami iua
last Tuesday morning she got up, went
out, watered and fed them, ns usual, nnd
then let them out of the yard to jilck up
what they could find on the street. When
night camo she went out to welcome
homo her pets, but no geeso were there.
This , inado tho plalntlfi sad, because
those gjese had a tepder hold upon her
heart. They wore dutiful gecie,
and hud always showed their
appreciation of her kindness
by returning to their pen nt night with
out jmttlng their mistress to any trouble
whatever fo hunt them. Hut on this oc
casion they had wounded her feelings by
their tardiness, nnd so she went In tho
house to watch and wait till they should
nptxflr. Hut tlio.ni geeso did not come
Willi sorry heart the lady retlredknow
Ing full well that some misfortune hail be
fallen those gecic, and she determined to
seek them out at early dawn, and know
their fate. She would find them If they
werenllvc:lf they were dead, alas I sho
would find them nlso and pay the last
sad olllces to their carcassesby plucklug
their downy feathers and selling them for
eighty cent n pound. At early dawn
she was out, going front ono neighbor's
chicken yard to another until she saw
those geese In the yard of defendant,
and alas! her worst fear were
realized; there lay one of those loving
geese, all mangled and bloody, the vic
tim of n ferocious bull dog, and deader
than n salt mackerel; and by her side lay
Iho other goose, nearly frozen to death.
The gander, who was tho only one left to
cackle the tnlo ol the untimely death of
his contjianlons, was released, and with n
doleful look upon his Intelligent counte
nance, and tears In hi sott eyes, Hie Is
n very knowing and afiectlonatc gander,)
he wound his weary way homeward, as a
funeral procession keeps time to the dead
innrch. When he arrived at his loved
mistress's kitchen door, ho halted, cast a
look of thankfulness toward heaven, nnd
with a tremor In his musical voice, let
the old folks at home know that he had
returned to die.
'J'lie defendant denied that the geese
found In her chicken pen belonged to
the jdalutlfT, she had been made a present
of them by a lady friend, and loved them
very dearly. She had never seen geese
like them In all her life. They used to
come In the kitchen whenever the door
wa left oj)on, nnd whenever she called
them they would answer by running up
to her, flopping their wings and cackling.
Those geese were not like other geese.
They had the knowledge of human be
ings. If a jK'rsou onco got acquainted
with, or even saw those gecso once, they
would always know them, and that
plaiutifl was mistaken. Those were not
her geese. Hut the Judge, after listen
ing to Hie touhlng story of jilalntlfl, did
not have the heart to let her go without
doing something to allay her grief, so he
rendered Judgment In her favor lor the
stun of one dollar, at which the plaintiff
turned up her noe. The last we heard
of the goose queMlou was that It had been
carried to the county court.
.Vmuctliliii; l'rntllnlilp to livrrjboilj .
Tha sr.rlcg sccfoii is approaching, atd
Goldstein & ltocmvater beg to announce
to the people that they aro making great
effort for the spring trade. In order to
make room for the new goods, they will of
fcr In the next sixty dtys their entire stock
ol fall and winter goods, which I complete
Inall departiniuts, and conmts of excry
thing usually found In n first elas dry
goods store, nt the first cost ptlcc. All
purchasers should avail themselves of this
opportunity, as they can 'avo a himhonie
llttlo profit by doing o. Kverybady Ii in
vited to call and examine gocd ntnl prices.
P. a. There s'.ook of ni-n's, youths' nnd
boys reaJy made clothing ta c inplcto in all
nullities and xlze-, and will llkewbc be
offered at tho flr.it cost. IiZM-I I If
I'nrlor unit Kitchen t'lii-ultiire
At thensMenreof Mr. Wm. fanilnAy, on
Thlrt'-cntli street near Wnlaut, on Tucljynncr
iionu, .Unwary 19, 1S73, at 2 o'clocV
1 1-nrge Flnr Mirror,
1 Hocking Chair,
1 Itrceptlon C'linlr,
1 Marble-Top Onlcr-Tublc,
A lot of Flnr Pictures,
1 Fine Cliandallcr,
.1 Fair of Fine CurUlna,
1 Parlor Heating sitotr,
I Set Fine Wn, s '
1 Silver Coffw-l'ot,
1 Slher Sugar Howl,
t Silver Spoon-llolitiT,
1 Silver Cakr-llaiki-t,
U Silver Nsiikln Illnjf",
C Silver Fork,
1 Cook Store,
Sale without recrve.
LOUIS II. MYKHS,
rj . , COMMERCIAL. A
18. 1S75. j
yCxmo, lu.s.A Monday
amiary 18, 1S75.
( Tho weather coin
continues cold, with the
mercury steady and In the neighborhood
of zero. To-day has been damp, cloudy
and cold, with a raw wind blow ing front
the north all day.
The market hows but llttlo change.
Prices generally hold steady and firm.
Flour Is duller and weaker all round,
Rran is firm with an upward tendency.
Oats are in actlvo demand. Dressed
poultry doci not arrive In suftlclent quan
tities to meet tho local demand.
X .11. r I ..I.. 4 . ..I.,. .
..,,.., .U,, Vnnnrr was arrested In
amntou a few days ago on a chariru of
larceny, and tried before Justice
- 'ldS, colored, Oil TlieMiaj . WHO Sell-
, , . , ivi,..tv,. ibirtv-n no strlnes.
ltccelpts of grain for last'thiWmlJi's
shown by the Inapeclor's bookw, were 10
cars oats, a cars wheat, 72 cars oi corn,
fcSrOur irlcnds should bear In mind
that the prices hero given are usually for
salo from first hands in round lots. In
filling orders and for broken lot It, U ncc
tssary to charge an advance over these
Receipts haie been large and the
market is ctisy. There has been sonic
activity dlsjdnyert font day or two w hile
loading tlm barges for the southern
market. On the lovee wo noto sales of:
II cars No 2 white in s.ieks delivered, at 77
and 73c; -1 cars No '2 white, In bulk on
track, Otic; 2 cars No 2 white, In bulk on
track, lisc; 2 car", Xo 2 mixed, in bulk
on track, U3c; 2 cnni rejected, In bulk on
track, u"c; I cars No 2 white mixed
In tacks and delivered, 7o(70e, 2 ears N"o
2 mixed, In sacks delivered, 7Ce.
The market l fairly supplied nnd ac
tive. I'rloos rule steady and unchanged.
sales were: l cars Xo 2 mixed, In sacks
delivered, 05c; 1 car black In sacks dellv
eru I, 05c; 12 cars No 2 mixed in sacks
delivered: (15c; 11 cars No 2 mixed In sacks
The market I heavy and dull, duller
than nt any time this season. The de
mand Is very small and the supply of nil
kinds, except tho lowest grades, Is small.
We noto sales of lOObbls city mills, $1 r.O
g,050; IJOO bids, ft 005 75; 100 bbls XX,
5VI 70; 200 bbls, St 25(g0 00; 500 bbls,
$5000 00; 200hbls,$l 0G 00; 200 bbls,
Keccipls have been small and the sup
ply on the market Is exhausted. The de
mand Is good for nil grades. We note
sales of 2 cars oniric, delivered, $10 00;
1 ear choice mixed, delivered, $20 00;
1 ear jiraine, delivered. $10 00; 1 car
choice timothy, delivered, f 22 00; I car
prime timothy, delivered, $21 00; 1 car
good timothy, delivered, 21 00; 1 car
choice timothy, delivered, S22 00; 3 cars
choice timothy, dcllered, $22 00; 1 ear
prime timothy, delivered, $21 00.
There Is a steady demand for choke
brands of steam dried meal and prices
have an up ward tendency. The supply
is very light. Sales were 200 bbls steam
dried, delivered, S3 70.'! 75; 100 bbls
city, steam dried, $3 7W53 Ml; 100 bbls
kiln dried, S3 0fi(i3 70.
There Is very little ofleilug, except at
the mills. City mills quote an advance
and sales of -100 sacks at $22 00.
There is considerable Inquiry for choice
yellow Northern butter, and none In mar
ket. Tho stock of common and choice
white butter Is heavy. Prices were un
changed. Sales were 500 lb choice white
Northern roll 2ioi2.V; 10 tubs choice
Northern jiacla-d .'hie; 700 lb- Southern
Illinois roll 2Kji25c; 500 lbs choice .South
ern Illinois and Northern packed 2 l(,2.Se;
200 lbs choice yellow Northern roll 2."2,27c.
The market is well supplied for Iho de
mand. J'rlees range according to condi
tion, from 20 to 2le. Sales wereobO doz.
22c; 2000 doz. 203,21c; 1000 doz. packed
In salt 23c; -10) doz. 2ii22c.
Largo receipts of dresed turkeys on
sale to-day weakened the market a little.
Dressed chickens are scarce and In active
demand. . We notu falen to-day of 100
lbs dressed turkeys, 11c; 200 lb. drc.cd
turkeys, llje; 200 lbs dressed turkeys.
12c; 10 dozen dressed ehickeiH, $2 750
$3 25: 25 dozen dre-.ed chickens, S3 (KKj)
There U nothing doing In apjilci or or
anges. We note sales of 10 bbU oranges,
$5 00; 50 bbls Southern Illinois apple,
We note a good demand for choke
early rose and Buckeyes for seed, and few
in market. They aro quoted $3 10 to
3 30 to-day. Sales were 25 bbls peach
blows, $2 Wqn W; 50 bbls peach blows,
$2 5003 00,
'Iho market Is weaker to-day. nnd
prices have a downward tendency. Wc
quote sales of 1,000 lbs dry -alt clear
sides, lOJiTylOJe; 50 bbls mess pork, $10 75
Tho market will hold firm a long a
the cold weather la-ts. Salos were 1.500
lbs dress hogs, 70 se; 1,000 lb, dressed
hogs, 8c; 700 lbs dressed veal, 5c; 1,000
lbs dressed beef, 600c.
-Use PAIIADISE COAL.
If you want frcsb oyMer r.itboul pay-
lug for tlio cm and tranportatluu, gi to
Sproat's, 155 Ohio loveo, .and get tliein by
m pall full, frecli every morning. l-M-t
Try PAIIADISE COAL, the cheap
est and best.
Ilinln; given up my ol 1 stand on tho
lovco and takwi Keohlcr A; llro's shop, on
Eighth strict, I slullba piepared fo sup
ply the cltlzou of Cairo with the best
meat, tlio market nuordi, l'lcaa cell nud
see inc. litiL. lloWAun.
flo to Sproat's, 135 Ohio Levee, and
get yoilr oyi.tirs by tho hundred or can
lreh every morning. 12-l-tt
' Try PAIIADISE CO A i. for cooking.
S;iroit, lili Ohio l.nvce, I fiiriilrhing
oytos In tlio tight shape. I'amllliu can
bo supp led In auy quantity fresh every
uioru.ie:. 12 1 tf
.loo lto cktr Is now In full control of
the Washington bakuiy, and having I 'srn
cd the wants of tho public, I prepared to
suj ply on call all demand for Trench loaf,,
lloston, Drown ami (iraliam bread, and
everything tlo crdlnailly found hi a first
elan bal; ry. Ho inaliitahi a lui stoj; ol
confeetioncrles, and can, ns well ss any
other dottier lu the city, till all ou!er in
that lino. Cakes baked, frosted cr orn !
moated oa short notice, luttciulcn
glvftq to the orders tif wedding or picnic
eart'lcs. 0 12-tL
-All that have tried PAHADISE
COAL will use no other.
Newly-fitte I, finely fnrubhed bather
s'jop bj'O'eernO St'dnhouse, e -rror Com
morclal avemie and Eighth street. Ymrs
ot irnct'cu hivo given htm a light hand
tint niikcs a sjiiuoth shnvo dellghitul. All
who try Mm onco will call again. All tho
fil'p Jally pi;iors nro kept on hi tiblo for
the hi if tit jol hi costomerti, and there Is
Hi ted cu walilngf)r turn. tf
Those using base-burner stoves have
found Just what they wtnt In PARA
A young horso-4 years old last Jtay
works single or double will bo sold on 0
months' tlnio noto with good security,
Apply at Tub lti'UKTi.v office.
Happy Ilrllcr r.ir Voitnsr Men from tlio
cnif tiorl.rmranil A1him In earlv life Man
liootl rwlurcl. IiiiikUiiiiiiiI, lo 'AlnrrlnKe re
lnol .Sctv ineOiiiil nt trnitincnt. .rwur.d
n inarknUtc muetlles. Ilxil.apil rlrrnLir tent
In Bileiliiitcloi AtMro-s, 1IDWAIIII
AS-0 IATION, lltfSf Nlnlli Mr.il, I'hll.iIH
I .li in, I ' ..in In, million Imtlngn hiffli rcouta
"," rnr nonoMMe emidiirt ami prulwelonal
"u- 1 110-1. l5-i t.twlm
Correcleil Dally by K. M Stmrn, rommllon
inerrliniit, Sccn-biry r.r the Cairo llwnt of
Hour, acoinllnif lo Rnwli-
Corn, mlxiH), mrknt
Corn, white, Nicked
Ilran, j-r ton
Mml, nlram ilrlr-l
flutter, clioiii- Nortlicrn roll
lliitl'r, eholw "ontlicrn Illinois ...
...SI olr, os
'lurk,, cr iloicn .
Kulililln, per ilnzi-ii
Appl-M, choice, per bam! ......
Applm, ronimun, ir Ijirtfl
I'otatue, r liatrt-l
ltte flour.... .
: Mb w
$J ,V):a.I 'it,
T"-'ninr Winktl nmlall ntliirrn iMcrcititl
a vii ,,,,., u, in i, i. Mini .1 ll'AIIIKI.'l il
1 1 1 ill 11 ,1 llini III ,11 iiiikk; l H ll',HimilJIl HIT lilt'
appointment of nniiuurialor of jmi, tlx- .iii
J.uiici rtlnkcl, which mM appllntllnn t(IIU-
liisani hiki u. in iiiiii,-.! ii. in,-V..HIUI v .-mil ill
I I......I, . I ..III. I. ... lui II... J
!l.ii-e. in IIk ( Itj oft iilro. on thcvili Instant,
niiWiluii'i iti.iiv .in. iiiii iiiii-iin, it . -hi n. iiv-
slrr, ntnl makouliJ.--ti.in-.
ti.kii. tvk-.'lt r..u. ....
.k- un i. Jl .t II, 1.UUIII1 V It'll.
( AII10, JlllilllU) H, 1-TS l-15-lt
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCntlfDISE 03?
HALLET, DAVIS 6: CO.'S
Of World wide. Esputution.
Acknowledged !y nil cood Muli-i.tn M s thu
ijc i-iiuo now mane.
TIIE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which we havo noli over 4no durln'-
tweive j ear past, licoomuu; moru and more
populir every day.
SMITH'S AM EllICOKCrAX,
Sple-dld tone, l'o.ver and l)ii'alillll .
Kimball's Orchestral Ortjaii,
A veivllne In-tntnie-.it, alapn-J hi ItiMru
in ntnl tin well n vocal mii-i -.
, i.r, thi: aiiovi: ,ttf; oi-tkukij o
. i: lay Monthly riynu-nts, ac ,uw liii,i-
reBtilless of L'st Price.
III (,'rc-at vail-ty. Iniiiuliiur all the new
and po.inl r mule ol tlio dav.
Order iroin ths t'nunti)
promptly tilloii and ctn '
VIOLIHS, GUITARS, BANJOS,
FHKNCH IIAIU'S, IITC, IITC.
Bnntl Instruments of all Kinds
KuiTUlteil to Order.
STKIWG3 I'QV. VIOLINS, OUITAU3, ETC.,
Ot th" llc-st (Jiiallly.
Classical Studios nnd Exorcisos
Of all grades for Piano or Voice,
rS'Cverv ilecrInlion of Jlunieal Mn-
chaudNi! funilhcii to tinier. )iroinptiy and
at prices lower lltan out olfered ticfore.
r.r.st y Ai.0 or
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send for Illustrated C'llalojjuo and I'rleo
I.Ut ot tlie-t- bunuillul f.'rotipi .
All Gccdi Warranted at Boprc:onteil.
ROBBINS f.lUSIC B5ZAH,
ZANONE il- VALLA,
FRESH SHELL OYSTERS
Corner Twonty-Elghth Strcot nnd
J 11. 'joioiiv,
TIIK 3lARt).N Ci HAMLIN
TaTISKWIB of three hlpliwt mitl nml ill.
tiluip.) tit honor, at Vienna, 1-1, ami
Pail", Ii7, now oinrllie llmtt amtiri.ii i-l
tliiibeu rjUlnel oikjiix in Hie world, im-Uut.uj
new tlylci wltli 11-ci.iit Imiirnvrninntb not only
exiiutlu-ly lorc.ili, a fotun-ily, l nt aUa u
n.v j1hii of e-c-y paymruK, Hit- most laoinlilif
virr uflV-inl Oreaiu leoleil with prirdeitu ot
iuirclia.-, td nhno.t any fart of tliv coiumy
l'ir.t pamtnt i'J W)or upwaiil
lllnatrattil catalogue,! uiul circulor, vl!h full
particular), run IU-e on lojurjl Addrw
I.IAQON dS 1IAIUI.IN OHO AN CO.,
Dotton, Ji'ew Yoik or t'liluufc-u
H!h'i.Bi C.Uiui. wlikMil rk.r.. lac MwlwiAWI
).H,tii:rrtiMO., KT tiwlxr, " VnV
, tut I
AMU MULCn I.f
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
HAIR, &c, '
Undr City Nntlonal Tta.nU.
I price,': "1d.nnK,;fet,0N Bt "n"",
HARRISON & CO.,
(succcior to II. Hunt A C )
And Denier In
FLOUIt, OHAIH and HAY,
Ho. 03 Ohio Lovoo.
FLOUR AND GENERAL
JOHN B. PHLLL3S
(?nrcor to John " I'hllll)
And Draler In
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
J1EA1, BEAN, etc.
Agents for LAFLI2I & HAND POWDER C0
Ccrnor Tenth ntroot and Ohio
Z I) MalhiiM. i;. c. I'hl.
MATHUSS & UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
GZ, Oliio Ijovoo.
i: ' Mvm 8. I AyriM.
STRATT0N & BIRD,
AGENTS AMERICAN POVDEE CO.
57 Ohio I.oveo.
II A llioms. I.. 1) Thom
TH0MS & BROTHER,
(."iicccuor toll M Hiilcn,)
Ami dealer in
STAPLE AND FAN C Y
Foreli.-n unit Domostlo Fruits aurl Nut
181 COIIMEBOIAI. AVEHUE.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
No. 10 OniO LEVEE.
01'Kf'L.VI, atUnilou glu lo roiulsnmeuU am!
O nlllne order.
Tow-Boat For Sale
"TilIU Sutucillitr effer for 1 the 8lcm
.1. Towinf Mieru-Wlitil llu.t, Ike llainmitt.
wilhenglun, ruaclitpery, tacjilej, viiel ut
furnltme a uovi lie nt Cali-o, lit
HerleiiKtli I II- ftt, Uer limvltlrit ftet. hr
l.nllli li-it ihuI UUf.lirM '.TO tuna, btic In. J
Ixjlli r. fret Ions anil l inclie Ubmetrr, 2 IiIkIi
prutuikDirluitwItticvluier4 Uii luc'su lu
llinnftrRuJ0reiftokei 1 Rta prnap !KI;
-.Lin lu dUuuttr atitl 17 lucti itrol.4 aaJ ul
motmlitvrorrriuM,anlii lu rrr rmpjet
tuncti, iu. worthy, ami In bo1 wuwllOon tor
naxlMtlon. For tunc apply ic,
b. S TTtot
ditto. Ill , Xovrtnlwr J, Mi H-U-Hr.