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ASCAI.ON I.OIXJE, NO. 61,
Knlzltt of I'ythlm, meet every Krj
flnv lifuht Ht lmlf-''t evrn, lu Odd
fellow' llnll C K. HI.AC.
At.vvAMtir.it 1.(11)01-:. no. 'lit.
Ittite, ltiil'i'ixnilriit Onltr of Odd-Ftl-
CoinnnTcUl avenue, between rdxtli and KeveMli
Lm. ut iinir-nmi ictcn. in ini-ir u II o i
ktreet jommii uuiia.-i, n u,
"lAlUO r.NCAMPMCNT, I O. O. meet
Vlli uuii-rciiQW' nun on me uniumi mini
!' lay In every mohlli, at lutr-pailM-ven.
Li K SI.ala, C. I".
A OAlltO 1.01)1
fbr ""I'l ri-ttul"
fiunlc Mull, i
I.OIHIK. NO. 217, A. I'. A A.IM
.nl i..,t.tlMI..Inl An, In (In
Vl. niftier LoniMiTcUi avenue
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four til Monday ofeucti month
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D JIANCIIETT ..Manager.
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Uiaiitl tiiiiillinntary llene fit tewleird by tl,e
UlUell Ol l.lirO IU IIU' werie- .Willie,
MIBS FANNIE B. PKICE.
I'rldny I'.veiilMK. I'clt. 12, IH'li,
Will Uirvenled the beautiful IHe wt Ilrnlni,
MtitouYvi D.iutiii n;it
Jen ii If Jllluini, ) . .
lAilr EimldKh, JI'as.iii: II. I'mi-k.
Madame llievter, )
'I1ieilfotlili(.! tOCOliclu'lt with the lurre of
AilluUolon ..- -TO mill 73 cent.
lu rthrartal, "Othello."
V"tferted Seat can be .ecuKilut Dun,
llanniAH'i ti 1-I-tf
.Vutico of Itrmotnl.
Finding lb a present store room too imnll
for our growing buMnm. I will, In llio
litter pU of February, remove to the p
clou building lotm rly occupied by KMolt
.V Hay thorn, where, with the Increased l.i
illier, I will keep a larger UouV il Hoot
mil Mioei than cvcrbelore. In the mean
:lnie, to avoid the cxpcnie of moving and
lo prepare for spring trade, 1 will offer my
Jiitlrc fUiek or winter good at aCTL'ai.
jost. Tun I nusiNKh.s, ami great uaf
jalni are otferid to the fortunate
City Shoo Store
rn ili .Hgilj".
Mr. 1'. Fitzgerald liaijn.t received anil
!ia on lalo at hi alc room, a large stuck
nf KuglMi ale, porter, Ilemieesy brandy
mil wine, and lienors of all Miidi, which
Lf will diipote of at reaonabIe price
ArfKtt Februaiy lt, frMXK) reward will
be given for llf y good pa) lug day boirdur
it the Delmoiilco Hotel ft a week.
Fmi from Milpliurunil other impurities
A it eh Kebruir) IttTtl.OOO reward will
be Riven lor fifty geod pa) Ing day bouders
At the Delmonlco Hotel Si a week.
ISeorge I.iltner corner of Fourteenth and
Val)ln;ton avenue, will furriUh herealter,
ivery day to hlh p.itrou a No. 1 luurh, lie
Iweeu the bourn of ten and twelve o'eloek.
r'reMi Mllw.nil.ee beer and fragrant Havana
Igart to be had at liN bar at all timet.
llrr r I)loliillon.
The partnership lioretoloniexUtlnlx!
;ween Cha. II. Ncwlaml ami Jutuc.H K.
lU'itiilc, has thU day been illolvcd by
'imtiul cuiiMiut, C. II. Xewlamlcolleetlnj;
all bllU due tliu linn and paying all
JvhU. .1. II. Ni:wi..nii,
J. K. IlK.NXIK.
.'.itto, Jntiitary 111. IST.'i. 1-21
The btst in the Statu for cooking,
if rotes, Hove J or ateatii.
auii hlpniii I'ltllnc
Charlei II. Xewland In prepared to do all
kinds of fc'an and ilea in titling, repairing
pump, driving wcIS, bill lian'lir;, etc.,
tiliop on Commercial Avenue, between
Ninth and Tenth tretti. 1SI-1-'J1-v.
Whoever habitually utes any alcoholic
lirnur.itloim an an "appctler" will be
likely to sutler from four evil', an over-pin-
of food In the 'om:ii:'i, impaired ability
to dlcit It, the panic ol ilyrpeprla, and a
Joclor'j bill. Dli. Wai.keu'.s Vkcktaiilk
Vl.xrOAIl BtTTKItS, the Kreat Teetotal lie
toratlveor the ce, without over-llimi-latino
llicpalute or irit.illcs the ttomucd,
Imparl a healthful appetite, promotes 1.
ctloii, re,L-uUtei the liver aLilboweU, purl
dc the blood, and thus ii.tnl of entailing
fourcvil, coiifert four lutitiuitble benelit".
)kmi Frldaya and Saturday? uxi.i.
An r.ti February lit. S1.000 reward will
ic givt d for til ty kooiI jiaylnj day boarders
Mthe IHiininlco Hotel $1 a wtek.
' Klity to S vcnty-five d illiiM per month.
Agcnu wantu I overy where. Teacher, la.
illei, gnt), tc, etc. No capital or out
lay rcqulied. bend 20 cents for poMao on
OUtllt, 10 I). C. WKI.CIIMAN,
tl Irvlu Station. Union County, Ohio.
i'lranliiieo I Next In iiiiilllneoN.
I.indlonU o hotels and boarding botucii
will llnd It ti) their advaitau to eall upon
Mm. Cxleman, No 12 Fourth street, be
tween Wedhlnjjton and Commciclal aven
it's, and uncertain lior tctins for doing hotel
mid boardliiK hou-o wukIics by tho week.
Her wholenala prices aro extremely
low. For pleco work prices arc
us follow.: .sitifjlo t-hlrt and col
lar, 10c; per dozen 80c; toeki Tic; two col
Jan, be; two handkerchiefs, lie; vcits SIOc;
ami all gentlemen' wear, HOc. per
docn. Ladles' dresser, 25 to 60c;
nklrtsl) to 20c; drawers 10 to 15c; two
pair hose fie; two collars & lo 10c. For ta
llies' plain clothes $1 00 per dozen; lor la
dles lino clothes, ?1 25 per dozen; done
dromptly, and promptly delivered, l'a
IlIlnolH Iriin ituil 'i, Cuinimiiy.
V, M. Ward , agent at Cairo for tho above
company, is furnlshlnif coal ol tho best
Ulialily from their mines at Haum's Station
at "bed rock" fl0'Utcs. Their nut and lump
Coul cannit lo beaten by any mine outside
ol l'onsylvanla, nnd will be furnished to cit
izens nit ins, half tons or car-load lots on
short notice, and satisfaction assured. 2-10 Ot
The best for grata, steam or black-amlthlD.
FUIDAV, FKUKUAltY 12, 1875.
EllllOH II11.I.ZTIM l'lmir alilwMlhrr Hint I am
a ntmlldute fur thcofUreor tiute's Attorney at
ur commie pirriui l leclluli lo uv neiu on mo l bill
Kmj oi rruniary vvm. 1. .ilUi.lvt. I.
ElllTOM Nl'il'luur Tilwiilnr .frill V It
I'JIII.I.IH an m eandldute fur Mayor of Lalro, at
mi-viiphin iiiuiiiLijiai t'leciion,
JaniiAry -a, lefTS. Matr C'ltlZE.vs
A rumor prevails in the city that mem
hers' of our family have the small-pox
This Is not true. Xo member of our
family Is Mck.
Alleiillun, KiiixliU iif ! Ililn
ifyJtf. There will lie a regular eonveii.
Knl'liLs of I'ythlax, li-.lil at their
Ca-tle hall this (Friday) eveuliitf
at 7:110 o'clock. Work In the Ksiiiilre and
Kiihjlit ICntikn. VMtlnjr Knights cordi
ally Invited to be present.
Witt. If. Hawkins, K. H. S.
In the council proc'dlnpi yesterday, a
part of the report of the M'eclul commit
tee on retrenchment In relation to the re
duction of the salaries of the police con
stables, was ommltted. The portion
omitted read." as follows :
J'oi'f Conttabltt. Fifty dollars per
month, and tcii k.t cent, of the lines ac
tually collected under arrests tiuikyby
them, titui ;ame costs as now.
II. Kchmetzstorff announces thils friends
and former patrons tint he has openod the
DKL.TA IIAKKltV, corner of Nineteenth
and Poplar klr et, where he will he pleased
to greet them aaln, and azures tliem that
ho can furnish thu hot of lrch bread, roltn,
etc. Or.NUl.NB Kvr. Hkkad will be made n
pcclalty. Tiy him aaln. 45-2-12-lm
.Vollei' lit Shipper.
X. O. Si. I.. A C. It I!.,
Cairo. 111., Feb. 1
On ntid after this date no freight will be
received between twelve and one, orafter
Mxp.m. .ShipiK-rn and dravmen will gov
ern thcmelvc accordingly.
l7-'M2-3t II. F. Htfi:, Agent.
John l'rucss having been Injured while
working at the tire last Tuesday, has
been obliged to close his fdioii for the
prvcent. It will be rc-ojiencd as soon as
he Is able lo attend to btuluesi. 12-'.'t.
GllletV llaklng I'owder the liest In
lite always reliable.
Mr. I). Axtel, chief engineer of .he
Cairo, Arkansas A Tcxa railroad, left
yetcrday mornliifr at one o'clock for St.
Mis Kiln Traverse, the yotuig lady
who died of small iox at theL'onvent,
lant Tuesday, was buried Whtifdav morn-
1'he ociable given bvihe ladles of
the Presbyterian church nt the residence
of Mr. John I.ausden, on r'ilth titrcct,
was very well attended.
The complimentary benefit to be
tendered Miss l'rlce, by the people of this
city, will take place to-night, at which
time will be presented the highly inter
esting play of ''Xobody'it Daughter."
Mr. Frank llcquembourg.of the Cairo,
Arkansas A Texas railroad, who has been
at St. I.ouls on business lor the company
for several weeks past, returned to Cairo
The Illinois Central passenger train,
which left this city yesterday morning at
one o'clock, was delayed itt L'llln, by the
wreck of a freight train, until yesterday
-Oillefs Haklng Powder-for tale
The mall on the Illinois Central has
Ik'cu behind time every day since the time
of Its arrival was changed. Yesterday
the train va ditched somewhere, and ar
rived -ever.il hours late.
Mr. Kobert Tilklns, advance agent
for lluveiiy's famous minstrel troupe,
was in tho city yesterday, and made ar
rangements for the appearance, of the
troupe at the Athenetun on the night of
the 20th iut.
The members of the Methodist church
choir, assisted by a number of other well
known musicians of the city, will give n
musical concert somctimedurltigthe next
four weeks, the proceeds to be expended
In the Interest of the church.
A eerudn well-known I?) legal gcntle
innn, a lew daya Mnce, was appointed by
the court to prosecute a ea-e before tho
police magistrate'!) court, the defendant
therein having been accused of stealing.
When the time came for the aforesaid
gentleman to present the cafe before the
court, he arose and said : "May It please
the court, when stolen articles are found
in the possession of a person, It Is prima
facia evidence, your Honor, of the guilt
or Innocence of the party In whoso pos
session tho goods are found." This very
lucid explanation of tho law was received
by his Honor ami the gentlemen present,
with a smile.
The subject of Mrs. Oberly's pro
posed lecture before the High school, is :
"Woman : tho wife and Mother, not the
Politician." Tho old fogy doctrines of
the anti-woman suffragists will be ad
vanced probably, tho duty of woman to
remain at homo enforced, and tho advo
cates of Hie advanced Ideas of the time
rapped over the lingers. Hut the fact
that the lady entertanlng these Ideas will
appear as n jmlille Instructor on a ques
tion of this kind, Is all tho reply to Iter
lecture that we of the "advaneo guard"
could desire. Actions speak louder than
Call for tho best Glllot's IJaklug
Powder for It never disappoints thu
Good single rooms on the upper floor at
the Saint Charles can bo bad, with board,
t the very low rato of 30 per month
Benefit of Hl l,rlee-".oliody,
llaiithtr" nml "Mvrtrutle."
The'-Seaoflcoor, The Wild Flower
of Mexico," was, lu compliance with tho
request of n large number of the most
prominent ol our timttsement-loviug citi
zens, repeated last night ut theAthcuctim,
and was witnessed by a large audience.
The cast of characters was the same as on
Its Urn presentation, but It Is our opinion
that the play waj rendered Inn manner
even more deserving of praise.
To-night Is the lime appointed when
Miss Price will receive n complimentary
be i Kilt at the hands ot her admirers, who
are xparing no cilorts to make the alliilr u
snccess. The play chosen by Miss Price
for thin occasion Is, "Nobody's Daughter."
The pleco Is not unfamiliar to our people,
as It It has been played by Miss Price on
two former occasions, when it was
warmly received and pronounced first
class lu every resicct. The pleee will be
produced with a very strong force of
character, Miss Price assuming the roll
ol .Muiy MIIon, Iuly F.verslelgh,
and Madam llrewer, lu all of which
she Is really excellent. Mr. Hauehett
will do lllaek Mllsom, and of eoure will
not fall to please as he does In every
other character that he undertakes. Vic
tor Cariingtoii will be done by Mr. Pope,
who will play that part lu good (style, as
he does everything that Is eutrusti.il to
bis care. Mr. Voorhees will do Keglnahl
Kverglelgh; Mr. Anderson, Sir Oswald
F.ver.leigli, and Tom Hampton, Dennis
Wayinon, landlord of the "Jolly Tar."
The entertainment will close with the
very plealng farco entitled, "Gertrude."
As will lie seen by this array, the ixt
formancc of tonight will lie well worth
witnessing, and no one should fall to be
The following is a synopsis of scenery
Act I Good customers at the Jolly
Tar. at Wapplng. The landlord and bis
victim. Jovco Marker's advice. Jenny
Mllsom; the balled singer of Wapplng.
Jenny's supplication, '1 lie game ot cards.
A dark deed. An unseen eye. The lost
friend. The murder. The resolve. The
Iioiim; of alliance, The disgraced nephew.
1 lie lonely one. 1 lie Mime ol fortune.
Act 11 Lively time In Itaynhaiii Cas
tle. Tho plotters. Lady Kverslelgh and
her dotlnir husband. The plot thickens.
The grecti-eyed monster. Inly Evcw-
leign newiKlerecj. J no iwo nice young
men. Drive the blue light out of us. The
Wizard Cuve. The picnic. Tho ilend at
his work. Lady Everlelgh entrapped.
That Is what I cxpebtcd. The Ilend and
his victim. Verborough Tower. The end
is not vet. The hand ot heaven. Tab
ACT HI. The dlspalr. The reproach.
Ladv Everslelirh. A stormy Interview.
The will. The detective. Gatheringdark
n ess. Conlllcting parlous. Cobblestone
on dutv. Etleethig Tableau.
ACT IV. Mllsom's resolve. Landlord
and his drv punch bowl. The llend and
his dune. Diamond cut diamond. -Mll-oiii
and Ids prize. English club house.
Strange transaction. Thrilling Tableau.
ACT v. .Mllsom growing nervous.
I'll 'tratigle her llrst. Undy hverslelgh's
love. The f tory of her life. Hope dawns.
Itlvervievv cottage. Denis In his pursuit
ofgold. The child and his brutal captor.
The broken heart. A surprise. Death of
.Mllson. stonier aimcnuu. iieauiuuiTau
leau. A CkII.
Miss Fanny ILPicici:: The following
named gentlemen having a high appre
ciation of yourself as a lady ami actress,
do hereby tender you a complimentary
bencllttobe given at the Atheueumln
this cltv at such time as may best suit
your convenience. An early reply, with
your acceptance and naming (lie evening,
will oblige Yours, very respectfully,
11. Wardner, Jevvett Wilcox,
Harry Walker, John S. Alsthorpe,
J. D. Deane, C. W. Bradley,
James Morris. Walton W. Wright,
JoliuC. Crane, F. D. Itexford.
S.S. Foster, C. W. Dunning,
C. Pink, II. L. Halliday,
And many others.
Cunt), February ll,l&7o.
Toll I.. irallMay. C. W. Illumine, K. II.
Ituford, .lewett Wilcox, ami other
ur.NTtKMKN : l our kimi ami pome
note, rcmiestlmr me to designate a time
that will be convenient to receive a com
plimentary lienellt, tendered by you, has
been received, anil in reply 1 have the
honor to name Friday evening, February
12, IST.'i. With many thanks for your
generous compliment, I atii,
Very truly, youn,
Fanny B. Phick.
The St. Louis Obbc of the KUli lust
say : "Ice in the Ohio river has entirely
suspended navigation north of Cairo, and
as for river news, you might as well look
for diamond on Looking-glass Prairie.
The Capitol City had delayed her depar
ture from Cairo until Thursday evening.
Passengers irotn Memphis, Vicksburg
and way points, by taking Thursday
morning trains on the Cairo Short Line,
will make nure connections with her.
Captain William Hamilton, of Mound
City, is in the city for a short visit, nnd,
us a matter ot course, his
friends aro happy. Captain John
Clay Crane Is now commodore
ot the Memphis licet at Cairo, and no bet
ter man could have control of the business
of tho company at that Important point.
The many friends of Mr, Jim Johnson,
agent of the Illinois Central railroad, will
bu glad to learn that he has now entirely
recovered from hU financial embarrass
incuts, caused by thu loss of his mule
when contractor for delivery of w ood on
the Little Miami railroad, some years ago.
Ho lost his mule, but thu secret of curing
a mule of tho colic. Is his, ami l worth
thousands of dollars, and ho has had tho
wisdom of making It pay. For particu
lars address him at Cairo, with three cent
An oval oynx chain locket, containing
pictures of two little girls. Tho lluder
will bo liberally rewarded by returning it
to F. Gazzolo, corner Eighth btreet mid
Ohio Levee. 2-ll-2t.
For tho million, ami the best grade 'of
Coal Oil, to?x had or C. W. Henderson,
corner Twelfth street and commercial
-Uhc PAUADISK COAL.
AKran Fuliruary 1m, i 1,000 raward will
bo jilvcn for fifty ;ood paying day boardora
at the Dtimonlco Hotel tl a week.
Thoe using base-burner Ktoves have
found just what they want In PAHA
Try PARADISE COAL forcooklng
Glllet'a Flavoring Extracts the bext
In tisc,.nnd for wile by nearly every gro
An Kit Fclmisry 1st, $1,000 reward will
be glv n for fifty good paying day boarders
ut the Dehnoulco Hotel 81 pcrweok.
-All that have tried PAUADI.SK
COAL will use no other.
Joe Koneker in now lu full control of
the Washington bakery, and having learn
ed the want of the public, Is prepared lo
supply on eall all demands for French loaf,
Boston, Brown and Or ah am bread, nnd
everything elso ordinarily found In a Urst
elassbakrry. He maintains a full Mock of
confectionorlen, and can, as well n any
other dealer In the city, fill all orders lu
that line. Cakes baked, irotcd or orna
mented ou short notice. Spccla Indention
given to the orders of wedding or riffle
Order PAHADI.SE COAL from any
Newly-tilted, finely furnished barber
shop by Ucorgo Sttluhouse, corner Com
mercial nveiiue and Klghth street. Years
ol practice hive ejven hi in a light hand
that mikes a mojtli nhavo delightful. All
who try him once will call again. All the
late dally papers aro kept on his talilo for
the benefit ol lin cnitomcrs, and there Is
no tedious waiting for turn. tf
Try PAKADISE COAL, the clieaiw
est and besL
The attention of tho public Is called to tho
r.i.tthut tho City Council, by ordinance,
have directed tho Collector to rccoivo only
lu payment of the city portion of the taxes,
legtl currency of tho United .State. City
warrants will therefore no longer bo re
ceived for any poitlon of such taxes. By
the provlMon of Eectlon 137, chapter 120,
Hurd' revMon, the Collector Is required
to collect and return all pcrconal taxes by
the 10th of March next. TM provision
will be vlgorouiiy enforced, and tax payers
will take due notice of tho f acL
AtEX. 11. Irvi.v,
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
Ifnppy Ilcllrffur Yoiihk .lien from th
effect of Krror and Abmii in eirly life. Man
hood restored. Impediment to Marriage re
moved. New method of treatment. New nnd
remarkable rtiurdle. Uooki and circular (nt
fnt, lne.ilednvelori. Addrcti, IIOWAIU)
ASSOCIATION, mS. Ninth trwt, Philadel
phia, l'a , un Inttltution having high reputa
tion for honorable conduct and irofeilonal
kill. - ICO-l-li-dStrtin
-Buy PAHADISE COAL.
A good horse, top buggy, harnes, .'ad
dle, and bridle, on reasonable terms. En
quire of Du. II. WAimNim.
2-1 1-2 w.
Co o 1(1 ll K NIotvv.
To keep peace In the lamlly, buy a
Charter Oak Coal Cooking Stove, with a
small quantity of Paradise coal, and you
will always be happy. All the dlflercnt
patterns both wood ami coal for sale at
"rock bottom" figures, by C. IV. Henil
erson, corner Twelfth treet and Com.
merclal avenue. 2-10-lm.
The ltiinlier on yard of Wall & Pint
must be sold this week. Apply to Mr.
McGahy, or New York store. This lum
ber must le sold regardless of price.
35-'-10-lt Pat ibis it Co.
Table and Pocket Cutlery, and In'fact
anything In the Hardware line such as
Locks, Hinges, Files, Nails, Pistols, Caps
and Cartridges can be had eheaier than
the cheapest by calling at my store, cor
ner Twelfth and Washington avenue.
2-10-lm C. W. llENDIMtSON.
Port 1. 1st.
Steamer City of Helena, Vicksburg'.
" Tom Jasper, New Orleans.
" J. A . Wood ami Tow, X. O.
Steamer John Wood and Tow, O. river.
" Great BcpubHe, New Orleans.
ltt Kit, WKAUIMI. AND nt'slNKSS.
Weather to-day ha- been clear nml
cold, willMvInd from the north.
Business dull as tinal.
Thu Ohio river went down two feet
Caiko, Iti.., Tin smuY Kvknino.
February 11, 1S75. j
After the heavy rain of y6terday tho
weather again lumen com ami me
ground froze solid.
Tho leading 'change markets rule
stosuly nnd unchanged, with prices llrm,
and a fair demand lor corn, oats, meal,
hay, provisions and low-grades of Hour.
Wc hear complaints, occasionally, about
tho quiet condition of trade, but in
should be remembered that this Is noth
ing unusual at this season, and compared
with other years and the present market
In other places, our commission mer
chants have more cause lor congratula
tion than complaint.
Becelpts have been very light lu every
thing. The flour market Is well stocked
with choice llour, hut low grades me
scarce and wanted. Meal is lu steady de
maud, and scarce with an upward ten
dency In prices, llrau Is held to-day at
$30 nt the mills.
ltecelpts of grain for thu last week
amount to 31 cars of oats, 110 Kirs of com
and 1 car of wheat.
(-Our friends should hear in mind
that the prices here given mo usually for
tale from first hands lu round lots. In
(tiling orders and for broken lots It is nec
essary to charge an advauce over these
Trice arc about as low as the cost of
manufacturing will admit, and there Is no
present prospect of any Improvement.
Choliio grades are in exce, and neglect
ed. Low grades are scarce and Inuethif
request. Wo note sales of 400 barrels
various grades $1 &0.' 75; 200 barrel
A.X,$l 7fi; 300 barrels city, $ I fiOgil 75;
500 barrels vailons grades, $1 .I0 00;
300 barrels various grades, $i MGji 7.1;
300 barrels various grades, $1 WkJO 00.
There Is no change In this branch of the
market- Xo overstock nnd receipts nru
limited. The demand for choice Is steady
nnd prices linn.. Three ears timothy, de
livered. $21 00; 2cnH prairie, delivered,
$10 00; 3 ears tlmolhy, delivered, $21 00;
1 car timothy, delivered, 320 00.
The market Is steady nnd linn with a
demand active enough to prevent any In
crease in Ktocks or weakening lu prices.
We note sales of: 1 car No. 2 white mix
ed lu sacks delivered, 7Cc; 1 car No. 2
mixed In sacks delivered, 75c; 0 cars No. 2
white lu sacks delivered, 7Cc; I ear No. 2
mixed in sacks delivered, 7i!e; 1 car No. 2
white mixed In bulk on track, OOe; 13
cars No. 2 yellow mixed lu bulk on track,
OSc; I cars No. 2 mixed In sacks delivered,
Receipts are fair and prices steady uud
linn. Tho market Is quiet and dull.
Sales were: 20 cars No. 2 mixed in bulk,
50c; I ears No. 2 mixed lu narks delivered,
(!3(r,C5c; 2 ears No. 2 mixed lu sacks de
livered, 01c; 1 ear No. 2 black mixed lu
sacks delivered, COc.
There I an active Inquiry for choice
brand, and only limited receipts. Prices
are linn ami a shade higher to-day. We
note sales of: 200 barrels steam dried de
livered, $3 70; 100 barrels steam dried
delivered, $3 05 ; 500 barrels steam dried
city, S3C5(7r;J75; 100 barrels green,
There Is none offering except nt the
mills, where prices are held at an advance
to $30. The demand Is active even at
that price. Sales were : 3 cars In tacks
delivered In lots, $30.
Tho market Is well supplied with every
thing but strictly choice Northern .yel
low; choice solid packed would command
230c. to-day. Sales 5 packages South
ern Illinois roll 20c; 100 lbs. Northern
roll 25c; iOO lbs. Northern packed 25e;
200 lbs. Southern Illinois i oil 20c; 1000
lbs. Southern Illinois roll 20&25c.
The market Is bare, demand nctlve and
prices going steadily upward. Sales
were 200 dozen 27c; 300 dozen 27c; 200
dozen 28c; 1200 dozen 27c.
The market Is active with not enough
coming in to meet the local demand. A
few chickens arrive and are taken on ar
rival. No turkeys are coming In. Good
fat geese are wanted at $0 00 per dozen.
Chickens. bales: 10 dozen dressed,
$3 50; 2 coops hens, $1 25; 2 coops liens,
1 00; is dozen dressed, $3 00i 00.
1 cnKUYS. bales : 1 dozen dressed
geec $0 00; 300 lbs dressed turkeys, 12
,., ... . . ..
j nu uiarhei is quiet ami (lull, very
lime movement. Vi c note sales of 20
bbls, $3 00; 50 bbls choice, $3 00; 50 bbls,
according to quality, SI 5:i 00.
Tiiecold weather prevents any move
ment eholcedescnptions are in limited
demand at $3 to S3 50 per barrel.
Tho iharket Is steady and unchanged
We note sales of: C casks dry salt clear
sides, 1010je; 3 tierces dry salt clear
Rides, 10J(o)10Je; -I casks dry salt should-
ers,ij,ijc; 50 buckets of lard, llj15c.
wiioi.i:.HAi.r. c.iioi i:hs.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AQENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio ZjOvoo.
II A Tliums I. U. Thuiiw.
THOMS & BROTHER,
(Successor tu II M llulrn,)
Ami dealci In .
STAPLE AND FANCY
Forelim and DomoBtlc Fruits oud Nuts
181 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
Sl'KCIAI. attention glrn tocouilrumtuti auil
Pro. Fowler's Great Work
THEIIt MUTUAL INTER-RELATIONS
Ixv; It Laws, Tower, Ac,
AUKNTS lire (tiling ninii II la U coiile a
ily, Bentl fur vlmen page mid term
to nj.'viito, ma eo vvbr it tll Outer than any
otliar book, Art'lrt XUonl lubll,htng Co.,
I'lai&dclphla, l'a,, Chicago, lit., or 81. Louis,
m COMMERCIAL AVE.,
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OP
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
Of World wido Reputation.
Arkiionlnlftiil liynll irooil Mii.lrUin to I llii.
U'.it I'Iuihi now llltiite
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which wo lmvn noM ovrr too diirnij;
twelve Vcnr4 lm. hrrotnlni innrn mill ,nnr
iHititilar v try 0.iy.
SMITH'S AM I2KICAN OIMiAN.
Sptcadlil tone, 1'nvvcr and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very line InitniniPiit, inlnptnl to lntru.
in 'iitnl as well a vocal lniiie.
a r.r. tiik aiiovi: auk oriKitnii ox
V l!'l .Mntltlltl I'llVlllpdlrf. nt l.iiv fli.ilrnu
regard I km of l.'st'l'riccs.
In srcit variety, IiicIliiIIii all the now
and poptil.ir mttio ut tlic day.
Ordi'i-K from tlie Country"
promptly tilled and sent
VIOLINS, GUITARS, BANJOS, "
FKEXCH HARPS, K'l'C, K'lV.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
Knrri'heil to Order.
STEINOS FOR VIOLINS, 017ITAR8, ETC.,
Ol the licit Quality.
Classical Studies and Exercisos
or alliiradt'i for Piano or Voice.
VTr" ft. itii.AI t., In., tit Ml.at.,al XTai--
vhandlo ftiml'-lied to order, promptly nnd
at prices lower than ever tillered before.
Jl.KSCY ALSO Ol'
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send for Illustrated Citalo'tle and Price
1. 1st of thenu beaittlfnl groupon,
All Ooodi Warranted ai Rcpreiented.
ROBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
"Dr vlilue of an Kxirutlon to me ilhccliil lir
j.jiiib iirrk el iiih timiit unlit or AIcmimUt
niiiniy, in inr Mule ol JIIIiidIa, In l.u.ir tir.M
finl II. .-aironl, mlrmf of AlcMiuiIrr II Irvin
aiiu iipiiii-i .luiin n iiiimn, I lime luMml up
on Hie liilluulnr diwrlUI pnii'tily, In IIih
Couiily ul'. Mi'Miii.lcr nml Mule nl IlllnoU, lo-
Wlt. All the r L' It .111 le mill llllrn-l ol ,:ilil .Ulin
II. llrown, in iiini to tlie NnillmnI ipiarlrr nf
uic uiiuii, itki uuurirrui .itihhi llllllv-out; .li;
In Timnslilp lllli-rn (1.1) ulli, uikI 'fu Itmicu
onr (I) eit ol'llic third 1 M .iil.o lilm ks iiiini.
lrnl one (I), two (:), I line (:f), I'mir (I) tin
(M, tlx MpHiien (7) mill ilslit () In hc tuivn or
L'nlty In .iil founty nnd m.iu, u tin- j.ripi., iiv
of milil.liilm It llruun, wliliii I tlmll niU'riit
l'lilillc ?ule at tin- MHitti-wivit dour of lliu Court
lloii-f. In the I Ity of Culm, in the County or
Alrxmiilrr uml .-Lliu ol' III mil un tliu fourth
(Uli) il.tyom.nvli, A. II. IST.'i, ut the limn- ul
I'leien o'clock, .. .M.,lor iuli. In mll'lv Milil
i:.uutloii. AI.KX II IIIVlS,
MierilTof Ali'.viinlrrl'iiiinty, llliuoii.
Culm, 'Uli., Ktbnuiry etli, IsTi.
NoIIck I lieulii kIm-ii lli.lt the lux Imol lor
the lr.il-1-71 luielxrn il:iinl in mv liiiuiN,
uml Hint I Wt-ll bfiit Lii- li.lhnilli uaiiuil pl.li'i'3
ut thr linn- Ih-Iuw h luttli, l.ir Ihr ninio.c of
colln'lliitf IIih tnw ol'i-ill'l year:
Clejrl iwk I'm-lnct. Cully A .MaruhlMoii'n
btuw, IVIiruiiry sj, IcTJ.
tlwr Circlv I'liTinet, It. A. IMimmnun'l
ton', Ki In nary it, l7.1.
'llnll,. riivlncl,.!. U. Ilolwliijj'i time, Feb
m iry 21. h'S.
SiiiiIh re I'livluct, Wm. Inl.md'1 Huiv, lVb
I. iio-e lil.mil I'retlnct, O. (Jivenli'' ktulv,
lVlinuirj -H!, 1 0
lluK'loollt l'irrluct, X. Itiin:ic).ir') house,
l linniry -.'7, IcT.l.
L'nlty I'leiiini'l, lloilrn A. Altinlon'k tUne,
.Mmvli I , laTA.
II. li'oiiil l'lrcInrt,l.'ilL-e V Sholl'i tole,
HiliiK your In! ycii-'H lux iff'-lti, tu ill un
Mifv lo Hil.l to the l.i b.iuUs alone i.ir diicrip.
Hum of Ian. I.
Caiko, III., .limitary it, lif7.1
AI.KX II 1UV1X,
Ijl.l-U'ivlil Iillli't t'olkvtoi-
E. MAXWELL fc CO.,
RAILWAY MACHINERY and BURNING
No. 01G North Main Stroat,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
AGENTS POR FREyH PLUMBAGO OILS
TIlKltK 1 mnrr fun in tli
Clironio t'l.l.'CK than any
iialnteil or ilnted utory thnt h
teen (riven t llieiiubllo for )tar.
Never liefor ha been nreoiilrd lo
any iilcluro or Kt of picture, the
lo,iuluilly tlir.o Clinnno Iiik
atulnnl. SUe, tlx by twenty-
two niche, l'rlce, ton dollar
ildrf-. nrdurt to
j r. uvui:it,
Centrally Located, ElfgantlyForuishrd,
Tb Oommerciftl Hotel of the Oltj,
mun Dm i nmri'
Leading Journal of Southerr
WIllstcndfaMlf onjiosc the policies of th
Ilepnbllcin party, and rcfuin to be tram
melled by tho dictation of any clique In the
It believes that the Republican party b.is
fulfilled its mlisloD, and that tlic Demo
cratic party in now organized should ho ro-
torcd to power.
Itbellevea the Radical tyranny that hag
for several yen:n opproised tho South
thotitd be overthrown and the people of tho
Southern State permitted to control their
It believes that railroad corporations
fchou'd bo prohibited by legVutlvc enact
m ntn from cxtortlns and unjtutly dsicrim-
Inating in their lmslnesi tramactlons with
It recognizee the equality of all men be
fore the liw.
It advocates free com . crcc tarilT for
It advocates resumption of pccle pay
ment, ami honest ptjincnt of tho public
It advocate economy in tho administra
tion ol public fitful r.
AS A NEWSPAPER
Tho Ilullelln will publish all the local new
o Ciiiio, and a variety of Coinmcrclfcl, To-
lilieai, For, Ijjii nml (leneral Xcvei, and en
deavor to pleaeo all ta.itei and ictcrot all
Is a thlrty-'.wo column paptr, furnithed to
subierlbcr for the low price of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
PotEc prepaid. It Is lhe cheapest pa;er
In tho West, and U a pleasing Fireside
Yltltor aud Faraily Companion.
Cannot fall to see th unrlvtled induce,
menu offtrod by Tho Bulletin In the way
of cheap ami protUablo ailrerllicmenti.
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