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at.AtrV lupine Arm eta have-three lint
!, In thin Mtitiiu mtdrjroprinl bMullnv
llheratc hi ll.ftu r numUioi BUjitryciir
ayablc quarterly inUran..i
Hwrelware, Ntovrs una Tin War.
Uil l.lt'V llolt. In HlnfrpA. Tlfe Attl Uftld
Aate, Uiuknaml Panui-m' implenieiita,
juolt, Kcfritferiituni, I'niiai. ami iamww
liUjioiiuritol Avenua. tmilerlBK. and Job
. J.UIUfclT. '.' v I
.1. s.MrflAIIKT Ialrliiliaiil nod aoftliitu.
jer, flooring, rlllnK, Siding and nirfacitl
iniulwfi Ulli and fliluKl. ('(lie unit yard
turner Twentieth alreet and Wubiiiik'uii vc-iiuf
I.ANCASTKIi 1UUC Dealer In auali
KNjre, Uliu'in, ic. iiaiu n4 "iniuir
hinilUw. Yiud tuiti olhe. tcjiiinieai.il avenue,
.truer 1 7 In atreei.
' I ttUCttlSWareV
I), if AKTJfAJf-Deuler In OiwnBWuw, Toys,
Ijiuiii anil all kiwle ul lancy rUU-. I.uiuiiirr-
ial avenue, corner th etiwl.
. , tMietography. ,
WILLIAM WINTEU-SIth ttreet between
.oninirt-btlTtm' anil ' Mnwiitun avi-nue.
' Clothing and Mervhant ralloritia;.
JOHN A NTKIM -Merchant Tailor and dealer
in lUwIy Waile Clouting. ' Oliw Levis.
Heal Kstnle Agencies.
M. 1. HOWLEY-Resl KiUte Airent. liny
.lid (oil (cat MUM, oullcl rent. aya liiu
lor uou-resideoui, eu:. Commercial avenue, te-
. own Ninth ami lentil atreet.
lottos and Tubsreo tactorn ami ith
i.iu'tors of tli I anuria' Toliaceo Wari-liou,
I A Jt H Cnniiiilnercial Avenue.
j General KorwantliiK ami Communion
merchant, lor the ml of 1- si in, (iardco, Ur
lianl and Dairy I'roiluce. 'i Ohio l-evee.
merchant, ami dealers In all kimla of fruit anil
I rodum. W Ohio Levee. Lbnaifiunienta soltc
itl. bteucil luruubcd on apiiiicaiiua.
WEDNESDAY:, November 14, 177.
II EE HE 01!!
Thursday, Xov. 1 5
GEO. S. KNIGHT
Jn Fred Msrxlcn' lent wik,"
Or, A CA1IE OF CHANCE.
Introducing icerxa of dramatic milicsi,-ceal
rivnire ii - iiomMtlc rtltclty, lollnkiug
(ikawa 6f tkx comical aide uf huiuaa)
. ' - nature. . J
&iof Adialfiiiua 34 mJ JO cnti-.
Knnttl rau. no rxtra ehngt, ikr Juy in
aivaar( at Lac Hjrtniaa'i. r "
i m juul j a. a i
l our country jliiirn olteD-t)pecially
alwnt rtrrtton time bwn made the nub
jfi;t ot IniiiktloDv'but When tlow useful
imrts of the human tlrutturc become too
vUlble in consequonoe ot loanncwt, tlH-y
in scarcely tc oBlIed graceful. T bo eye
dvliuliU not to Jwt ll upou anpls and
rltlKe In litter man or woman. More
over, extreme euiacltation is a i'jn o
linjitrlmt (lixt-BlIon ami coiu(ticot pov
erty ' of ' tlie " blood. " ' lJoth
tlie.e tvilfl aro remedied by
Mott'ttT'i5 toinacli Bitters, which ren
der dieestlon tin anslrollatlon ccrtalntie?,
in contvqiiuncc of wliiiji tlie blood ac
'jtiirefl ricUness and the body substance,
'l ima arc the hollow places filled up and
Hie anglca rouniled oil. Through the in
Mruiiientality of thU pecrlesi aid to di
Xihtion and promotor of physical well
bvini;, the body rapidly calm in vigor,
color return to the hollow cheek, the
apnetile improves, norvoug gymptorni
vanifth, and a healthful impetus Is given
to every vital function.
.in, Pnnllne .H. flHolMirj-, r.leetrle-
. ' fan,
With medicated baths, would invite the
ulUuUon oi the tick, and those suffering
with chronic diseases, nervous debility
exhaustion of vital power, neuralgia,
parnlyais, female complaints, catarrh and
all impurities of the blood. Her system
'of treatment is pleasant and soothing,
to dtocka aro given; site has been very
euceewiul for a number of years, and
sli dooa cot hesitate to warrant a cure,
where there it any constitution to build
Having engaged the bath-rooms of Dr,
.4 tier on Tenth street, between Washihg
ton avenuo and Walnut street, where
she will at all times take great pleasure
In attendance on patients. Nov. 7-1 m
in . '
.., - At nrhoeniaeyer. ' .
. llj.'thairinj Scboeutueyer has received
a large lot of the celebrated Cobden eider,
(aplul wcin) which U beyond all question
the best and purest cider ever sold In this
city, - Families desiring it can procure
thU cider hi quantities to suit, by the
pint, quart or gallon, or In Inrsrer quanti
ties. Persons dosirlng cider by the bar
rel can havo their orders tilled by notifying
Mr. Schoenmeyer at his saloon at tho
eorner of Tenth street and Washington
avenue. Mr. Schoenmeyer has also Just
received a consignment of the celebrated
California Riesling wine, which . is
equal to any Ithlno '- wine. This
wine la . manufactured from the
celebrated German grape, and has no
superior In the country. Aud further, he
keeps Moerlclns' beer, the best made,
and a lull line, of choice liquors and ct-
gars. Call and sco Charlie. Ho is al
ways glad to see his friend,' and will be
found ready to servo them. A free lnnch
spread every morning at ten o'clock, tf
- . .. Home AkhIu.
Kd. Braxton-nd rctitrnod to his old
stand Iti tho Itelscr building, whero ho Is
better, prepared Uuin ever to rqcquiiuo
;lato hi patrons and tho pnbllo who
may fltvor him wltb'ti call. He has gone
to considerable expense In fitting up a
couple of nicely furnished fooms, which
tie has ptovidod with all tho latest Im
provements and conveniences; " pe em
ploys only first class workmen ana uww
who piilronlM) litui will have tholr wanU
. J . . .1..I. U.l'''llt 1 VAfinlVA
and ''will 'receive
aiienueu to in
&,i'he city council met in regular sti
Ion lat night. "
I oi. urceuiey ol uooie IUud, was
In the city yesterday. f .
Who says wo dou.t liavf beautiful
weather down fu Egypt.
Government work on the MisUlppl
l-Voe Is rapidly progressing.
, - Dr. Ilcynolds will visit Villa Itidge
on Friday evening for the purpose of
lenturlug to the pcoplu of that villa.
Tn "Coyal" car contalulog the high
officials of the llltuoll Central company
arrived in the city yesterday evening,
Knight i comedy company at the
atliencuin to-morrow night. It is an ex
cellont company. 'Oito" will be I lie
-Only $i 50 for a lever clock, in line
rosewood or walnut case, and warranted
for one year, at I'M ward A. Dudcr's,
corner of Eighth street and Washington
avene. 11 12 Iw
Ojilte a large number of prostitutes
were taken up hoture the police court
yesterday .most of whom plead quilty and
paid their fines.
Tho 1'ed llib'oon llvforiu club of this
city has a membership of 303 persons-
all over the age of eighteen years. This
Is a good beginning.
Dr. Reynolds atldrcsicd a large
audienee at .Stokes' Hull, Mound City,
last night. Ho will talk again at the
same plaee this evening.
French quarter striking clocks,
Ilhicacfdeuder, Seth Thomas, Automa
ton aud Musical clocks at greatly reduced
prices, at Edward A. Dudcr's, comer
Eighth street and Washinton avenue.
11 -vi iw
One of the Most Jovial and gootl-
hewtrd fellows in the city, Fred Smith,
has taken the ribbon, and will take his
leave of the city shortly. We are sorry
to learn the last clans:.
Edward A. Budcr, corner Washing
ton avenue and 8th street, established In
this city in 1861, is prepared to make all
styles of jewelry ou short notice. Call
and see some of tho new work just fin
Messrs. Towers & Co, intend pub
lishing another Holiday AdetrtUer. It
will be similar to the one published last
year and will make Its appearance Just
before the holidays.
The largest stoik and most beautiful
designs of ' Silver J'lated ware , ever
brougt to this city, now to be found at
the old and reliable house ot Edward A.
Buder, corner Eighth street and Wash
ington avenue. . . 11-11-1 w.
We hear that some ot "tlie bovs,"
Who are not of the followers' of the Bed I
Ribbon, are talking of organizing nrTop
potillon, and wear tor their colors,
tjack, signifying no quarters to the reds.
"Peep O'Day Alarm'' clocks, In
nickel cacs, at $.150. They are stem
winder", will go In any position and arc
the mot hcatitilul and convenient time
piece to be found. C.Ul at Edward A.
Buder V, corusr of Sih street and Wash
ington avenue, and ee tlie largest stock
of cloaks In the city.
Judtfe Baker adjoumod circuit court
yesterday at noon till Saturduy morning
next, when applications lor new trials
la a number of cases will be argued,
after which an adjournment until court
in course will take place.
Ladies will find at Edward A. Bu-
der's, corner Eighth street and Washing
ton avenue, some ueautiiui anu siynsu
presents for gentlemen, just received. An
Inspection of his goods bolore purchasing
elrtowherc, will probably prevent after
Dr. Reynolds will lecture again on
Wednesday and Thursday, nights at the
tobacco warehouse. A chlldrens meet
ing will also be hold on Wednesday, at
4 o'clock p. m. at the same place.
All tho highest grades ot Watches, at
Edward A. Uuder's corner ot Sth street
and Washington avenuo. His stock is
complete,and composed o tgold and silver
cases, stem and key winders, American,
Swiss aud EngUsh manufacture, and will
furnish nt the very lowest posslblo fig
ures. Compare his prices before pur
chasing eleewhere. 11-11-lw
County court Is still in session. At
thecloseof the term, alter the records
have been read up and signed by Judge
Bross, that worthy jgeutlcman and ex-
aelleut 'officer will turn the office over to
hbi successor, Judge Reuben A. Yocum.
ThcT Centaur Liniments are the great
est remedies ever discovered tor all flesh,
boue and muscle ailments bites, bruises,
swellings, burns, rheumatism, stiff joints,
etc. What the White Liniment does lor
tho human family, the Yellow Liniment
docs tor horses and animals. They are
cheap, they aro convenient, and they are
certain In their effects. 1M113W
Some ot our friend have taken us to
task for publishing the communication
on the subject of temperance, In which
the Bible Is so freely quoted. We can't
help it. We are willing that both sides
should bo heard on this question, aud
shall not refuse to publish communica
tions bo long as they are written in
respectful and polite language. . . .
Violin strings, guitar strings, pegs,
brlu?o3,lows and other musical material
to be had at Edward A. Buder's, corner
street and Washington avenue. Ho
has, Just Increased his stock of these
goods, and now has the inost complete
assortment to be lound In the "south 6r
west. Ul 1-1 w
Constablo John Uladuey was tried
in the county court before Judge Bross
yesterday on charge ot bribery.
Albert Sheridan and "Old Aunt Belle,"
Louisa House, wore tho witnesses against
him.. County Attorney ilulkcy uroso
culed, and ,W. . Cjl AlcGce defended
Oladney. , There was no proof to , sus
tain the charge, and ol course Uladuey
wai acquitted. -1 ,
Babies cry because they suffer, am!
tlie most reliable remedy for the relief ol
their discomfort Is Dr. Bull's baby syrup.
Only 23 cents per bottle.
'.Mauled and yet unhappy. How
many a home has been robbed of sun
shine aud happiness and rendered sad and
detplate by thffloss of some dear and
petted child This Is a dangerous (ason
lor children, aud parents should keep lr.
Bull'i Cough Syrup handy. J t-
A lirge dumber ol persons went to
Mound City by the special train on the
Cairo and Vincenncs railroad to hear Dr.
Reynold's lecture there. The meeting
was well attended, Stokes' hall being
crowded, and considerable feeling was
aroused. The doctor will lecture at the
same place to-tilglit wln n a Ketorm ( lub
will be organized. ,
Monday evening at eight o'clock a
tire , broke out in the town of Contralto,
destroying the postofllee block, Cray's
picture gallery, Swattout's boot and shoe
shop, one butcher's' shop, one saddler's
shop, and the Eastern hotel, also Mrs.
McNeil's private boarding house. The
loss Is estimated at two hundred (nous
and dollars. The Eastern hotel U not
the one F. D. lie x ford liu taken chargo
Win. Catolliu, the colored man
charged with stealing $950.00 from Mr.
Frank Fields, sunerlndetident of the
Cairo box factory, was btforc Judge
Baker on a writ of habeas corpus on
Monday afternoon. After hearing the
evidence In the case Judge Baker re
minded Catollius to jail, refusing to re
duce his bail as fixed by Justice Com
Inzs. Catoliius will probably be tried at
the January term of the circuit court.
Children cry tor Pitcher's Castorla
It is as pleasant to take as honey. It
contains no morphine cr other deleter-
iovs Ingredient, and is sure to expel
worn)', cms wind colic, regulate the
bowI.i and ''oniaeh, a.id overcome irri
tation caused by rash or cutting teeth,
Mothers can rest, and children enjoy
health, who use Castoria. It is harm
less, it Is certainly speedy, and it Is
The steamer '-My Choice" recently
purchased , by the Mississippi alley
Transportation company arrived yester
day at 5 p. in., and will give in excursion
to the Mississippi river above the city nt
9 o'clock this morning, ukarp. Those
having Invitations are expected to be on
board promptly at tho hour named. As
the boat has work to do in the afternoon,
the excursion is free to those inyiled.'and
a lunch will be prepared for those who
-Mrs. S. Williamson is marking down
her goods, and is now selling straw hats
at prices lower than ever. She is now
oflering hats which heretofore
sold at 75 cents to one dollar, lor
35, 40 and 50 cents, and all
other goods In proportion. Her stock of
flowers is very lari;e and range from 10
cents to $2 In price. The price lor press
ing and remodllng straw hats has been
reduced from 35 and 50 cents to 20 and 30
cents. Mrs. W. invites all inspection of
her .' oods and prices. tf
How John W. Joliiixou t'oiun to
In the county court yesterday John W,
Johnson was lined Ave dollars and costs
of prosecution on a chargo of "setting
up a lottery." Mr. Johnson, John W.,
come to town on Saturday. On Monday
morning he set out to ply his ovocatlou
(That's what Mr. Johnson calls it.)
Johu is the owner ot board three feet
square In the center of which is painted
a great big red star. Besldvs
this board with the big red star, Johnson
Is the proprietor of grip-sack, and this
grip-sack contains about fifty pocket
knives of doubtful make, besides a
number ot butchers' knlvcs.and a "whole
raft" ot iron lings about
oncanda-half Inches in diameter;
The board with the big red star is placed
against a wall or a post, and the knives
are taken from the grip-sack aud the
open-blade stuck Into the big red star.
Then Mr. Johnson sets up a howl and
when ho has attracted a crowd about
him, he offers to sell "six rings lor one
dime, only ten cents," and the party buy
ing the rings, taking a position ten steps
from the board, pitches them at the
knives as they are stuck In the big red
star. It, per chance, one of the rings is
caught on one of the smaller knives, the
pitcher is entitled to the knlle or ten
cents In tho money. If It is caught on
one ol the butcher-knives he can take the
knile or fifty cents In money. This
Judge Bross held to bo a game of chance
or lottery and fined Johnson as above
stated. Johnson could not pay the tine,
and was locked up In the county Jail.
A roll of papers eyidenco In pencil lu
case ot Sanders vs. Billlngsley and so
marked on back, was lost yesterday mor
ning about 0;30 o'clock on Washington
avenue, between 4th and 20th streets. A
great favor will be conlcrred by return
ing same to tit's ofllcc.
o Failure Kuowu.
Ihcro is no case on record where Dr.
Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry and
Ilorcliound has failed to give satisfaction.
On tlie other hand, whenever it has been
used by our people, In severe colds,
coughs, asthma, bronchitis, , croup,
whooping-cough and consumption, they
are enthusiastic In Its praise. Containing
no opium or other dangerous drug, It
docs not constipate, and Is sale to admin
ister in all conditions of health. ? This Is
an, important announcement, and the suf
fering are advised to heed It. .Trial site,
lO.centi; large Hues, SO cents land One
Dollar. Sold by Barclay Bros. '
Also agents for Prof. Parker's Pleasant
Worm Syrup, which Is suro -death to
worms. Pleasant to tako and requires ho
physic. Price 25 cents, Try it.
Wood Working MMtilUaa-jr For flnle
One Plainer and Matcher, one UqajUDX
plainer, one Surfacer and one Ulgsaw
machine, for which I will take lumber in.
payment. For terms apply to
at Wtt ot CattU Thlevaa la Franklin and
Special Carrpondono of iht Uui.HriN J
C'ARBOXDALK, flXS., NOV. 13, 1877.
.Mount Parker was arrested In Franklin
comity a few days ago, charged with
cattle stealing. He was lodged In the
Benton Jail in default of f 1,000 bond.
James Carr and Terry Martin were
bronght Into Marlon last night on the
lame cliargo In Williamson county.
They wlIL have an . examination
on Wednesday. The extent ol
the men' stealings Hie large,
being estimated at from two to five hun
dred head of cattle and sheep. Only the
first week of this month they gathered
from the common on the borders of ,
Franklin and Williamson comities 25
head of rattle which they shipped to St.
Louis and realized (225. This car load
was traced by men employed by farmers
and when It wag lound certain cattle
were recognized. Their robberies have
keen continued for three yean. E. II. s.
Woiueii'a Teniiicruiici) ( lub.
'1 ha hulles of the Temperance Reform
Club met hi tho tobacco warehouse yes
terday afternoon at three o'clock. The
Vice President called upon .Mrs. E. C.
Ford to open the meeting with prayer.
Alter prayer tho first business attended
to was the election of a Secretary, to
which offleo Miss Molllo Webb wad no
nilnatod and elected by a unanimous vote.
The lollowing committees were then ap
pointed: On Finance Mr--. C. Pick,
Sen., Mn. Lansdeu, Mrs. P. A.
Taylor, Mrs. Aycrs, Mrs. Dough
erty; the committee to confer with
a similar committee of the men's
Reform Club are Mrs. Siillwell, Mrs.
Oberly and Mr3. George.
The following were appointed vice
presidents: Mrs. Oberly, Mrs. Robbing,
Mrs. Kllborn, Mrs. Whet leg, Mrs. Kors-
meyer, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Rosen water,
I he ladies propose to give an oyster
supper next Tuesday night In the tobao.
co warehouso lor the purpose of Jielplnif
to defray the expenses ot tho meetings
held during the past week.
Ceo. H. Knight's4 oniedy couiblm.t'on
will give cne ot the'r excellent entertain
ments In this city to-morroy, Tuesday
evenlDg. The troupe Is one of the best
ot Its kind, and is spoken of in terms of
the highest praise wherever they have
performed. The following lettering no
tice Is from one of our New York exchan
ges, and attests the worth of the com
pany: The celebrated comedian. Georce S.
Knight, In his inimitable characterization
ot Otto, the Dutchman, appeared iast
night to an audience that tested the cap
acity of the house Mr. Knight is certain
ly one ot the most distinguished comed
ians In this country, and his imperson
ation ol "Otto," the simule German lad.
Is a llnished piece of acting a inaxter
piece of pathos and humor, and a most
perfect development of all the virtues ol
a heart overflowing with tho tenderest
and noblest emotions ot the soul. Mr.
Knight's teutonic dialect, Is purtect
and his voice musical and Hue
ly compassed and modulated.
Miss Sophia Worrell, with her winning
mirth and gay good nature has no equal
in the character ot I.isettc and her vvrsi
tality as an article has made her an envia
bio reputation throughout the country,
ller sister, Miss Irene, is a most
cultivated actress, and her interpretation
ol the character of Christine never tails to
win the unbounded admiration of the au
dience. The manager of the Worrell
Sisters, Gus Williams, (Golty Gooft) is
in all respects an accomplished gentle
man, a noteu commeuian anu a most so.,
clal companion. We wish them success.
A few plain word to the Public, who
are Interested when making their pur
chase for the Fall and 'Winter, eapec
tally of Boots and Shoes, that they ob
tain their "money's worth." This they
are entitled to, no more nor lean, and the
inquiry with them Is, "where can we
trade moat satisfactorily." Thi maybe
answered at A. Black's, the City Shoe
Store, 140;Commerctal avenue for the
following rensons :
1st. They hove the largest assortment
and stock in Southern Illinois, whioh
is ample to meet the wants of every one.
2d. They buy only from manufacturers,
and as jobbers-thereby obtaining the
Very first figures.
3d. That, although, they purchase lar
Iter, and effect the largest business in
Southern Illinois, they manage to do so
at comparatively small expense hav
ing no outside employees or runners to
assist them and are content with mod
They therefore offer to the public and
patrons generally the opportunity these
advantages afford them of purchasing
tholr hoots and shoes during the fall and
winter by the single pair at the sam
urlee the mime coeds nre anlil at
holt'Hiilc, niui at least 15 per rent
Iras limn run be soltl by nny other
houfte m I lie illy. We assert that we
art able lu lo I till, and n ne tire am.
Iuiim to ull (roods for (lie united
bone lit or ourselves and public we
offer lliem at Hie same extraordinary
low rate. I'urlliertnon-, we will dii
plirnte any aotxls oMiroil at any olli.
er lionne hi thin rlty or vlelnliy at 10
irr milieus than they sell lliem nt.
All our department are complete,
aud rouslnl of freah, aenwoiiable nud
stylish good. The specialties In
line goods kept ouly by uanre offered
at great bargains, Including a large
line; of gentlemen' ladles' and boys'
silk embroidered slippers for I he
A. BLACK 'N CITY SHOE NfOHl',
No. 140 Commercial avenue.
g so common In the country as scarcely
to need comment. Tho causes which
produce It are such as cold, Irregular
living, over exertion, low spirits, night
air, exposure to mlasmutie exhalations,
4 o. ; In largo allies where edge tools
and agricultural Implements are manu
taetured, the grinder protect his lungi
from the Injurious cllects of the dust
flying oil tho grindstone by wearing a
respirator, Tho coal miner ore 1 1 de
scends the sl'mft provides lilrii'suir with a
safety lamp to guard against fire-damp.
Now It U, equally . necessary fo; those
wliti uro brought In oontact tilth! any ol
tho causes loading to Intermittent, fever,
to prpvldo -themselves with that well
known aiid highly esteemed remedy
against It, the home ifomnch Wtterf.
'SVy Sjni mi vvq mmm
IIONAL SKRVICK REPOBT.
iTirioif. low watu. Kite er Fal
IT. IN. fT. IX.
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Cincinnati........ ,, g u
LouiitIUk .....,...... X .1
KvansvUl 3 3
fadacab.... jl x 2
Cairo : n ;
St. haul 2 a 0 11
llavcnporl It 1
Keokuk 'J 1 1
m. Louia lu 4X8
JASfKS lOVAfSON'. '
Brtnt Signal Service, I'. 8. A.
The late coal run from Plttibtirg for
tli lower country amounts to 4,000,000
Commodore R. c. Gray his purehaied
the towboat Fearless from Dravo A Me
Donald, giving the latter the Hover 111
part pay. The Whale, due from the
Ohio lias 4,000 tons on 4 barges. That's
Captain A. J. McConnel comes by rail
to Join his steamer Fanchon at this port.
The My Choice will be here to-day to
to take her place in the Mississippi valley
traasporlatlon company's line. There is
one of the tip-top boats of the Ohio, antj
will no doubt tako her place along side of
the Grand Lake as a faithful servant.
The Propeller Dyersburg fully repair
ed arrived from tho Ohio last evening,
aud goes south to day.
Tho Mollie Moore has 950 tons for the
The E. O. Sfunard drawing 4 feet
The Joseph II. IJIgley has laid up be
low Henderson waging tor a liftle more
The Gulden Crown was around a tihort
time at Prior's Island.
The Thomas W. Means with 4 barges
for St. Louis arrived yesterday.
A barge of the valley company Is load
ing for the tow of the Future City.
Cairo, Iixinoik, MoNtiAY Kvfving, )
November 1.', 1B77.
We aro again enjoying fair weather.
The heaviest frost of the season occurred
on Saturday night, and now the leaves on
the trees are fast turnlna and lallinsr.
The weather is cool though pleasant.
The rivers are rising above, and a fair
staged water to Evansy Hie and Louis
villa may be expected within a tow days.
There Is an abundance of water below
this port. Rates by river are not chane
ed. Business here is quite much more
so than for sometime part.
In tho flour market there Is a little bet
ter feeling than at the date of our last ret
port. Prices are low, though steady and
firm, anl dealers are not disposed to
make concessions unless on sales of large
lots. The order demand is only
moderately active. Receipts are
good and stocks in the
hands ol dealers large There Is a
light demand for choice white corn lor
milling purposes and for the local mar
ket at 40c. The shipping demand Is very
light. Receipts are light and the supply
limited. Yellow and mixed corn Is worth
4-1(3 lie. Some new corn has been pla
ced on the market. It is selling at 40
42c The dtmiand for oats is light.
Receipts arc limited and prices steady at
quotations There Is a small demand
for choice hay at $U 5012. Receipt!
are light and tho stock on the market
limited. Common and low grade hay Is
plenty and dull City meal is In fair
supply and quiet at $2 35, The demand
Is light. Country is rlcnty and dull.
Bran ' is in light supply
and active demend at $13
The 6tipply of potatoes is about
eqeal to tho demand. Prices arc un
changed Choice apples arc scarce
and wanted at $22 50. Receipts are
ll?ht. Receipts of chickens aro not so
large, and the supply on the market hr 1
been greatly diminished. Tho dema id is
good. Turkeys come in slowly, and sell
readily Choice butter 13 In better
supply, though the stock Is not large.
llio demand is good. Common and low
grades are plenty ami dull Eggs
are scarce and wanted at prices a shade
higher Onions are worth $22 25
and wanted Cabbage Is plenty
and selling all the way from $3 50 to $5
per 100, according to quality and con
dition. ItATKS OK FRKIOIir TO NEW 0IU.EAX9 AND
Dry bbl 30 35
Grain 15 17
Pork & Beef 35 50
Hay 20 22
Bank landings 5 cents per 100 lbs
1U cents per uui. Higher.
tttfOur friends should bear In mind
that tho prices hero gl7en aro only for
sales from first hands In round lots. In
filling orders and for Broken lots It is
necessary to charge an adyauco ovor
The market Is unolmnge 1. Tho de
mand Is light, and sales since last report
hayo been limited. Prices are steady and
a firmer feeling pervades the market.
Stocks arc good sad receipts liberal. Sulci
noted were ' " r
200 bbls. various grades on
orders..." $17507 00
400 " Various Grades on
orders 500t)0 75
250 " Various Grades on
10!) " Choice Family 50
100 " Family 0 00
100 " Choice Family 6 50
There is very lltllo old corn on tlie
market, and receipts are lUlit. There Is
a limited demand tor choice wblto for
milling purposes and tor tho local mark
et, but, othcrwlso there Is little Inquiry.
Prices for old corn are steady at 4l)o lor
white and 4 1 15s for yellow and mixed.
Sales noted wero 3 can old white In bulk,
40o; 3 cars white In sack, Sit), Some
new corn hai been put on the market, but
It is dun at 40(3120 for whlto In balk. , ,
- ;7;r", OATS. 7
iteoulpts' 'ot oati aro light and the
lupply on the market li imall, Th d-
HOLD THE EG!
with our KurrlaonidreiMd la the height of
manded bv old (ienaral 8imr. n..it- h ,'
mm uiir guiTiauoa urcsMii in me ueiKut
manded by old General Square PUDg,
Look at our Soldiers Dressed In the nobbiest of foods. ImUm Wm ttev Ld hM Ma"''
turned irom ''drese-paude." Aot a nUtnt-non i gSmX EmES! ' :
riptobeseen-notabutton wtnted. W .
ixeurj anu vommiiiary fun fer time
Look At Our Besiegers
vomuiiaiiary empty auu no hope ot replenishing until the Fart la takes. hM aStJuiy
Dtve been battling at our Portress lor time immemorial, but not a single MvaaSats hm
been gaiued. but deerteri can be counted by the tbouisnd. ItUl the acal aaas WaTslS
on who thall win? , - " w "
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The Lord tulla ui tj believe in that which is goad ; and if the Lord tl for U, Wit tS
be sgaluat us? 1 ."rT. TT.
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To the reader of the Bitlmtin
i itin: Buy
nothing to Jo
ICematn in the f ori, iiav
W e keep nothing, but good good well-mad la our houte,
Ui at any price.
We intend to and lire and die In the "Fort."
Corner 18th Street & OomVl AviJ
IHaveOponedanEntlrKsw8tookof . jr,,
To Whioh I Call the
tSi Will make the accurate rnmnnnHlna nt nhaljtn -
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REASONS WHY TUB
Int. They are madeol the best "WAMSUTT A" VUflLIN.
3nd. Ilnaoiu are Uirec nly sad made of the best Haas, each sly betas;
:lrd, TbeTaremailannltliT einaliliamlTMeU.J k... trt UttfllUT laiaaaaa aaA
are utumrpaaeed by any other In workmanabip. . . mmmm m
They are guaranteed to lit and iiTesstiilacUoataerervBsrtlaubur' . '
Try Them and
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Shoes, Osrpc!!?
124 C O JIJIF.RCIAIa avkwolC 7 t
mand is very light, however, and the
supply is sufUcicnt. Prices are un
changed and steady at 2C27c. We nott
salert ot 1 car heavy mixed, in bulk, 27c;
2 cars mixed, In bulk, 20c; 2 cars mixed,
20c; I cur do, 20c.
There is a limited demand for choice
hay at $11 00ill2. Receipts are light,
and tho supply of choice is light. Com
mon grades are plenty and dull. Sales
reported were 1 car oommon mixed, $9; 1
cur choice timothy $12; 3 cars choice
mixed, $10 50.
City meal Is in lair supply and quiet
and steady at $2 35. Bales are reported
as follows: 100 bbls., $2 35; ISO bbls.,
$2 35; 70 bbls. country, $2 152 20.
The supply Is light and demand good.
Prices aro steady and firm at $13. Sale!
reported were 500 sacks, $13; 250 sacks,
The supply of potatoes are about equal
to the demand. Bales wero 30 bbls.
peaehblowsi $1 75; 20 bbls. peacbblowi,
Choice apples are scarce and In active
demand. Receipts are very light. Bale
reported were 60 bbls. medium, $2; 34
bbls. Ben Davis. $2 50; 3 bbls. choice
Ben Davis, $2 05.
Receipts are not so largo and the
supply on the market diminished. The
demand is fair and prices steady at
$1 752 for good mixed chickens.
Turkevs come In slowly and are worth
$7 MrfiO Der dozen. Sales chickens ware
3 coops mixed chickens, $1 75, 4 coops
hem, $2; 3 coops mixed chickens, $1 00
Rocelnts oi choice have been more lib
crai, aim tne mppiy is now aooui equai
to tlie demand, which Is good. Common
grades are plenty aud dull. Sale noted
were :5 tubs Wisconsin, 25c; 10 pkn.
common, 1518c; 4 pkgi. northern, 3Sc;
10 pails choice Central Illinois, 30c; I
tubs choice Wisconsin, 25c. , . ; ,7
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Receipts are light, and there are but
few on the market. The demand Is food
and nrlces a trifle stronger, bales were
250 dozen, ISo; 125 dozen, 17c; . 2 boxes,
17o. . in..-... . '. -. ,
Rales were 1.800 lbs. Bora Strlos. est
3 packages, 8. C. C. baaii, lSJlJo. .'.
f s'.rs-.av liAIUJe f T "l -' 1,
Salci were tierces kettle rsaVtsrei.
Choice onloot toarca and lr Till
deiaaodat. 3Q .MUVq p
or lub loo coed goods
dratted In all hi glory, o
laibioo-coed goods' aa wsU snai. 'A
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eternity, Everything1 la ill lapyiBHf,
toMAl," followed by a iitttuliU
ii . uu uicnau in cueap ooa oi us a.ina wa snftnn ' 1
nt coatt a la Jacob pant abort eaouib. W4M
ope j and buttons scarce aluiost . uakaawaw
to havs hail a ml 1nll . iin
good good weli-nade, and Ur s ful re,
wiu "ihoddr goodsror you will alwsn tor
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CHEMICALS, 4 - WATl032a"
Attention of the PttbHiv
i.-i 1 'n 9i'r ."
' '1' i J '! tiJ
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to au others :
be Convinced I
Cabbage Is plenty and prkttleiMl
Sales were reported all the wayftoa
$3 60 to $5, accord mg to qualUy $
condition. . t . . 1 ., ... 1
ment ol Trusses, Shoulder Bitm CzJ
Braoei, Abdominal Sapporttti, fZM.
Supporters, Rubber UrmahT, etsX, eftt
oe iouna m Houtnern lllutols el :
less than usual prices , at ''r&j&t
Store, corner 18tb ttrset.aCeett
, , -iijij " ' '
Edward A. Buder, t
Ington avenue and Sth itrset, e fcf
new holding goods every fey. COaitV
see them. : - 114141'.
a rsw or m raicM at
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14th AND W AHK1VOTOS "ATTSt
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10 lb N. Orleana , ,...trtr.
t lb RkCoflee...........u,..... lift
H lb White Sufar....M..m..w.mw 1 &
41 lb rlOdSM.....M.M.M.,..t......eflt "Cj
4 Boxes Matclm.M....."'tl-
Stareb, per MQf&M4.1VM... , 0,
4 Ban Soap...
eel OIL per gaUoe...-....,.,, hwm,m" at
And all ather raada vary '1
and ricUes. "
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