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.ilRO SUSip HOUSES.
Jala... Any haulage Hrw eahT timeline
tce. In tliU column under Piroirlt haadlai
f Vhm ol Sl,I yut moiMkor SUBtryeaf
HrtNi Stavee aad Tta Ware.
A. HALLKT-Ueeler i Move. Tla aad Herd-
u. Uaidenaud t'anuere' ImulcawuU, Win
uui, MririMntort, rmupt anu inu.
I j Coataicrcial Avenue. liuitria, and
Work dun on short notice. ,
J i " ' ummt' -
J, S.Mi-UAHKYllrialiardand toftluu-
jar, Soorta, earn, main;
lumber, lain anil eblnKlv. OfUea and yard
surne r i'wwntUtk fraataa Waabtacioji arenur
um itflll 1 KICKUDmU-m . ta auh.
looia, bliada, etc.. bard and toil lurubtf and
bin. ril and nltlr' Oauawmimi annua.
vrner 17th street.
I). H A 111 M AN Dealer In Qutennware, Toy,
r k it .11 kliula nt Ian V . r- ialw t jimiuDP
11 ifauc, corner Mh Mreet,
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;. , raasoraar jt
' WILLI Alt ; WINTEHVWitli trel beiwwl
1'i.ikiai ui HtnkHl Tallarln;.
' innv anthiu Mrr-hant Tailor and dealer
in Iti-edy Mada Utotking. 7Ohi LT-.
. : ' Baal blaW At.
1 1 SWT V V Du1 V'at.ta i ... I Uuw-.
r a.(iinv".i i -
-aid ll rul MUM, ollacte real. iay taiea
lol1 aOB-rtaiuSOia,lc uwwKitiM mimmw, ww
iwm MIME awl Train ewwia
. 4aaaataaia saareaaale, ,
and Tobacco factor, and yro
rlcton s( ti rannw' Tobauco Wartkouu.
tit A 127 C.mmm-rtial Attiu.
i Uea-ral KorwarUlnf and Coram.uion
UKKhaat, for lb aal of rerni, fjardca, Or
jaardand Dairy Produce. W Ohio Lerte.
Ocaaral Forward inr and Cemmbalon
wrrbwu, and declare ta all kind of t rait and
I'rudoee. Ohio Lcre. Ccnaijrnnwnta tolic
.umI, trtawtll furnlaaad on appl icatioa .
i-ui.u mixt jggggat-i-i-x - J- -J !g
VAX alj aVw.aVI WW sav
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TUKSDAY,'Xovembei 30, 1877.
MreTraaliae M. rillaaarr, Eleescle-
. iaa, .....
With nwdSciaed bttlu. would Inrlte the
nttojtlon ot the sick, and those -uUering
wltbcbroDrC dlseawi, nwrons debility
exhauition of tIUI power, neuralgia,
parelyiU. lenaieooropUintj, catarrh and
all lnijmrltlei of tiie blood. HenyiUm
of treatmpnt Is pleasant and. soothing
no shocks are given; she has been rery
auccetwlut lor a number of yuan, and
aha does not hesitate to warrant a cure,
where there Is any constitution to build
Ilarfng engaged the bath-rooms of Dr.
Arter on Tanth street, between rTaalttag
ton aToQ and Walnut street, where
the will at all times take great pleasure
in attendance on patients. Not. 7-1 m
V atasscrt assai! .
A choice lot u received In small and
large package. H. I.EiciiT0f, ;
COLSINQ . OUT, AT COST !
Mri C McLean desires to announce to
th ptibutbat she has determined to
clost outlier large and elegantly assorted
stotk 1UIX1NKRV GOODS, Indu
dlngttlleaVFUElSISniSO OO0D8 ot
nwly ' etsrr" description, L'XDER
WIAKi jjlQblEEY, etc., with a very
large'assorttbint ot Todies', Misses' and
CuildrttfiSHOES,sllof which must be
sold within Ute next
AtCosL No,;.8(the time lor ladies to
buy Hats, wd everything else in the
Millinery llne (
HfK old hilis must be settled at
once, or they wiUbe put out for col
" Miid.C. McLEAN.
-A faw pUist words to tb Publlo, who
r tntMMUd wbaa aaakisar thai pnr
nhnts tor tko 'all and WusUr, aapo
UUr sf BooU S4SA fkOMi tlwt thay ob
t40atblT "toraar's worth" This thsy
ars nUtl4d to, no mora hoc Uss, sad the
Inquiry with than, ta, "wharacan w
trada Bioat aaUafaatorily Tbia may ba
anawarad at A, Blach'ar the Olty Shoe
Store. 140.0ommailal avanua far ths
JaUowiac reasons: s'i
' 1st. Tkt hay th UrgeaC aasortma&t
and stock In Southern Illinois, whioh
it iubpIo ta xsaat th wanta of yry ona.
Cd.Thay boy estr frosm saMafacturars,
and as jobaara-ttsreby obUining- th
rrynrat nguraa. "
SaVThat. althooch, they pnnhaa Uf
car, aawl effect the largest business in
Soatmara Illlnoia, thay manage to do so
at eontparatf vely small expeiiae-hav-UK
bo ontalda employ aaa or runner to
aaelst sham and ar content with mod
Thar therefore offar to tho publia and
patrons gsponOly the opportunity thaaa
adTantagas afford them of purohaalng
their boots and shoe during the mil and
-winter by the single pair at the asm
jprtae ah same tootle ore aal at
- w)Mlale, aad at least 10 pes eens
' saao lhaa cast be sold sy aay oUiar
Aaaaa Sko ally. WO oosort Shas we
ar aala to ala taia, aad aa wa ar aa
losia so sell Swoda car She aatud
SmmsS of raelvea aa pablio we
over Sheas Vt SM eawsa MSraardlnary
law rolea. rarshernaere. we will
ritaaso oa'y gaods offered as soy ola
ar baasaiai state elty or vlclalty at ip
Ber,ees)Sleae tbaa s bey sell tbem as.
All oar department are complete,
aadeoastsa of freeb. aeaaanable aad
asyllsb goods. Tbo spaelalUea la
ajaa goaoa kopl anly by wa are oirerad
at great OargaSa. laeladiag a large
use; of geatlemea's ladle' aad boy'
-aalk ambroldered slippers for I be
, balllday. ; "
1 A, BRACK'S CITY SHOE STAHX,
. , Jlo. Ho Commerelal aveaae.
Wm-Elebboll ' '
gun presides at the corner, ol Sovou
teetli street And Washington avenue,
and has ,f usual a Hue variety oldresi
Ini cases and parlor suits dud calls spe
cial attention to Ins Jnelo ol camp and
Tome, look, buy, pay and then full to
the rear to make room tor the next cus
tower. " ' " lm
-. iic.'i .
. notiee. '
, i'liii largest Vi) most completo assort
' rnentf)Trosie,'8hbttiaer Braces Bock
ftnuw, AWOmloal Supnortors, Uterine
" Supporters, itubbc Urinals, etc et., o
ba found In Southern Illinois at muoh
less than usual nrloet, Woenii prug
Store, corner ltbf?ot anl Commercial
jtvenue.' ' ' ...
" Bay Waatail.
A buy, niteeu or sixtccu yvM. old,
wauted at tuo Bllieiin oOlce to doxt'u
era! work In tho pres room. Apply in
the forenoon.! ft -
Loral NUart-fti.' '
' Mrs. Jauies Corry, of uritil, Ills.,
was In the city Sunday. .......
Nick Hacker is the father ot a Imud
soue little girl baby.
J Shell oysters Just received at tliu
Crystal saloon, , IIirrv Wai.kkk.
Mrs. C. H. Kyle is Visiting friends at
Mound City Junction, and will be abseu
Mr, Fred koHuicycr was out on the
street yesterday, and lia, almost entirely
Best line ot boots and shoes at the
New York store. Look at the Texas
riding boots, Every pair warranted.
Try it, lor it nevrr disappoints. Dr.
Bull's Cough Syr&o. Ter bottle, 25 cts.;
largj size, CO cents.'
. Mr. James Stewart, who was severely
hurt by falling otl a horse some time sgo,
will be able to he down town again In a
day or two.
Royal Globe Alpacas at the New
York store, also the clebrated Cohonslc
jeans. Call an J look at this line of doc-
skins jeans. 11-1S 3t.
Shell oysters just received at the
Crystal saloon. IIiury Wii.KKR.
Babies are the institution and should
be guarded trom attacks of Colic, Fratu-.
lence, etc., by Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup.
Frice25 cents per bottle.
Edward A. Buder, corner Washing
ton avenue and 8th street, established in
this city In 1SC1, is prepared to make all
styles ol jewelry on short notice, ( all
and see some of the new work just fin
Lilley Young rratt bracketa line
band made boots and shoes are tor sale
only by O. Hay thorn; a; Co. They have
no equal lor style and durability. New
atoek Just received. , 11-20 Ct.
. Mr. Frank Qernirher and Miss Katie
Boede were united in boly wedlock on
last Tues lay a week, at the residence of
the brides father. They took their de
parture and our best wishes to Union
City, Tenn., the same day.
West Brothers, Philadelphia, made
shoes for ladies and children, are the best
In the world. They only cost a little
more than sommon goods for sale only
by O. Uaytborn A Co. 11-20-Ct.
p-"Pecp O'Day Alarm" clocks, in
nickel cases, at $.150. They are stem
winders, will go l'i any position and are
the most beantilul and convenient time
piece to be found. Call at Edward A.
Buder', com 3r of 8th street and Wash
ington avenue, and see the largest stock
The ladies ot the temperance union
will give an oyster supper to-night at
Ilinkle A Thlstlewood's warehouse. The
admission will bo ten cents and supper
only twenty-five cents. Those who want
a good time and a cheap supper should
not fail to attend.
ust received at the
' HiKrtv Walker.
The largest stock and most beautiful
designs of Silver Tlatcd 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. ll.lllw.
Teep O'Day alarm" clocks.the most
perfect and convenient time keeper in the
market. Will go In any position, and Is
a stem winder. At Edward A. Buder's,
corner Washington avenue and Eighth
' It your tune piece is out of order,do
not entrust It to an Inferior workman
who will probably permanently Injure
and lessen its value. Edward A, Buder,
corner 8th street and Washington ayenue,
employes only competent and experience
ed workmen, and guarantees satisfaction.
That monster turtle ordered by Har
ry Walker, baa arrived, and now every
lover oi turtle soup Is Invited to call at
the Crystal saloon every evening at nine
o'clock. Harry knows just how to pro
pare an A, No. 1 dish of soup, andwauts.
bis friends to come and try it. 1 1-1S-1 w
The largest stock of boots, shoes,
and staple dry goods to be found in
Southern Illinois can be found at 0. Hay
thorn A Co., 101 Commercial avenue.
Examine these prices. Mens heavy
winter boots, common, per pair, $1 00;
mens heavy kip Walker's saddle scam,
custom made, $3 00; mens fine kip Wal
ker's saddle seam, custom made, $3 50;
mens Frank Danes best brogans, $1 50.
Prints, cassmeres, jeans, domestics, car
pots, clothing, hts, etc. Largest stock
and lowest prices In the sity.
11-20-Ct ; O. HiTTHOnx Co .
All the highest graucs ot Watches, at
Edward A. Buder's corner ol 8th street
and Washington avenue. His stock is
conulctc,aud composed of gold and silver
cases, stem and key winders, American,
Swiss and English manufacture, and will
furnish at the very lowest possible fig
ures. Comparo his prices before pur
chasing elsewhere. IMMw
"Sunday evening about 7 o'clock while
a gentleman was passing Winter's block
on Commercial avenue a stranger (fame
up and drew bis fist with the avowed in
tention ot striking the first named, where
upon the gentleman pelwd him by
the. collar and demanded the cause of this
unprovoked assault to which there was
no reply. The geutlematl lost his hold and
was lb the act of taming sway when the
stranger fell spasmotlcally to the pave
ment as though te were dead. He lay
there some moments when he again rose
and walked off as serenely as' though no
thing had happened what wu nnssnt by
-Children cry fur Pitcher's Castorla.
ItUas I'lCsjant to fake as honey. Jt
contains no morphine or other deleter
iovs Ingredient, and it sure to expel
worms, cure wind colic, regulate the
bowels and stoninch, and overcome Irri
tation caused by raoli or cutting teeth.
Mothers can rest, and t bildrcu enjoy
health, who nse Castor! t. It Is harm
less, it h certainly openly, end It is
cheap. '; ll-li-l3v
The Centaur Lluluicuts jiro the great
est remedies ever discovered tor all llcsh,
bone and muscle ailments bites, bruises,
swellings, burns, rheumatism, HtilTJolnU,
elc. What tho Whito Liniment does lor
the human latnily, the Yellow Liniment
does' lor horses and animals. They are
cheap, they are convenient, and they arc
certain In their cfl'ucls. ll-ll-13w
Nitr toBratbar ().
T the Kditor of th nrukrut:
Brother, you are too deep lor me. In
order to comprehend your meaning 1
would have to procure an unabridged
dictionary, several works on the heathen
mythology, etc., etc. Therefore, I re
train from further discussion. Besides,
"Life is short and time is fleeting" and
we bad better each cease displaying our
talents In that direction fjr the present.
There is but one observation which 1
deem necessary to make In answer to
yoursecond chapter on "Ifs." Yon call
me dear brother. 1 am not the latter. '
Card fraaa Jlr.Obarly.
Cairo, Ills., Nov 10, 1S77.
Editor Cairo Blllftin; -The Tax
payers' Association and (itj Council haye
requested me to assist our representative
in congress In procuring an appropria
tion "lor the Improvement of the naviga.
tion of the Mississippi river and the con
sequent protction ot its banks bordering
on our city." Commenting upon this
request, th Sun and Argut' Journal have
both ticd language calculated to place
me in a false light, fly the last named
paper I am designated as a lobbyist and
the assertion is made that the movement
to send me to Washington is for fhe pur
pose of advancing my political interests,
by giving ine an opportunity to steal
from Mr. Hartzel) reputation and politi
es! capital. I am not a lobbyist, and my
political advantage has not been consid
ered in this movement. I am a candi
date for no office. 1 hare no intention
of ever becoming a candidate for con
gress in this district. No postibls influ
ence could Induce me to enter upon a
costest for Mr.' Hartzell's seat, either
with him or any other gentleman.
That the Taxpayers' Association and
City Council intended by their action in
this matter to reflect upon the ability ot
Mr. Uarlzell or his zeal Iu laboring for the
interests of his Cairo constituents I do
not believe. I am sure they are thankful
to him for what he has done lor them in
the past ; and that he can secure without
any assistance from me an additional ap
propriation tor the continuatiou of the
work which his influence Induced tho
government to commence at this city, i
bare no doubt. But the improvement
ot the Mississippi river means some
thing more (ban "the pro
tection of the river banks
bordering on our city," and this great
subject is not in the especial keeping ol
any man. Mr. Hartzell would not, there
fore, refuse to receive suggestions rela
tive to the best way of inducing Congress
to enter upon a wise system of Mississip.
pi river improvement. He might however,
as suggested by lh Argus-Journal, be un
willing to have me assist him in procur
ing what he can undoubtedly procure
without assistance. 1 shall therefore re
fuse to comply with the request above
referred to ; and whatever I may do at
Washington or elsewhere in the interest
ol river Improvement, shall be done with
out offense to Mr. flartzcll and without
expense to the city of Cairo for my ser
vices. ' John' II, Obkri v.
Saaday Nlglat's Temperance Jleetlng.
The assemblage at the Planters'
Warehouse on Sunday night was the
most remarkable in the history of Cairo.
Knowing that the attendance would be
much larger than the hall could accom
modate, the people began to arrive at
G;30 o'clock, and fifteen minutes later the
house wss jammed full of people.and from
that on to 7:30 many persons came who
eould not gain admission. The vast
audience sat with patience from 0:43
until 10 o'clock. At 7:30 Dr. Reynolds
stepped upon the plaltorm and Imme
dlately opened the exercises ol the even
ing alter his usual manner, and the
Vast audience seemed to hang
breathless upon every word uttered,
Cairo never was so thoroughly shaken
upon any subject as upon this lied
Ribbon Reform moyement, which Dr.
Reyuolds has inaugurated In our midst.
Peoplo seem almost wild at tlmes,and try
to excel each other in saying or doing
something for the cause. Dr. Reynolds'
methods of work as we have said are en
tirelyoriglnal. He copies after no one,
and Is so Independent and
thoroughly in earnest that at
limes, It wc did not know that his de-
nounclations were aimed at the yico of
Intemperance rather than at the peoplo
who are Its slaves, or liable to become
such, we would feel that his words wcro
far too harsh, But we know that the
doctor, ' while ho allows
no compromise in the position he has
chosen, has only one object In view in
all his curnrst efforts, and that one ob
ject it to Induce mon to abstain lrom
the use ol intoxicating drinks, become
sober and good to themselves and was to
all about them. At tho close of the
meeting the Reform Club was increased
to 503 members.
Just before the close President Dunning
called upon Mr. W, H. Morris to ad
dress the audience, and In complying he
did so by presenting Dr. "Reynolds a
very handsome cane, bearing this In
scrlptlon, "ToDr. Henry A, Reynolds
from tho Cairo Reform Club." The short
presentation 'speech . was . certainly
aD eloquent sud able effort, tod was loud
ly applauded. The doctor's reply was a
plain expression oi thanks for tho gift,
which we insured the amlienco would
ever be held as a reminder of the warm
hospitality tendered him by tho pwploof
Family flour warranted at the New
York store lor $7 50 per bajrel. 1 1 1 8-3t
Cairo, Ills., Monday Evenino
Nov. 19, 1877.
Nothing ot special Importance has oc
curred In this market sluce the date of
our last report Business is fairly active,
and merchants generally are doing a good
business. Tho weather is pleasant, how
ever, days aro warm and the nights cold,
and we hear of a number of cases
of sickness. The sickness, however, is
not ot a (crious nature being in almost
every instance chills and fever or billoius
fever, The rivers are In good condition,
and boating is not dangerous. Freights
are plenty and steamers get all they want
here. Rates to New Orleans are stated
MAILS OF FBLIGHT TO NEW ORLEANS A.ND
Memphis. Vickiburg. S. O.
Dry bbl 3i M :W)
Grain 13 " 17J 15
Pork &. Beef 35 m 45
Hay 20 22 20
Bank landings 5 cents per I0 U- and
10 cents per bbl. higher.
tbf Our friends should bear In mind
that the prices here given are only lor
sales lrom llrst hands in round lots. In
tilling orders and for broken lots It is
necessary to charge nn advance over
There is nothing new to be said of the
flour market. Prices on medium and
low grades are steady and firm; while on
flour ranging from 6 25 to 7 00. Mer
chants would make flight concessions,
In order to effect sales. The demand is
fair, though not active. Receipts are
good and stocks large. We note sales ol:
300 bbls. Various tirades
on orders $5 50(n,0 75
100 " Choice Family 6 50
100 " Family.'. 0 (X)
300 " arious Urailes
on orders 5 000 70
100 " Various tirade
on orders ... 5 OOfaQ 00
500 Various Grade
on order 4 00f(;7 25
Receipts of bay are light, and strictly
choice is scarce and wanted at quotations
Common und low good hay is in good
supply and quiet. We note sales of 2
cars choice Timothy, $11; 2 cars choice
mixed, $10 50; 2 cars good mixed, $10 50;
I car common, $8 80; 7 baIlgood Timo
There is a limited demand for choice
old white corn at -10 17c. Receipts are
meagre, and there is very little on the
market. Yellow and mixed and new
white arc worth 4445c. Sales reported
were as follows: 2 cars old white in bulk,
4Ge; 2 cars new white in bulk, 4 Ic.
There is a good demaud for oats at 27
(5,23c to obtain the latter price, how
ever, the grain must be good heavy. Re
calpts are light, and there Is very little on
the market. We note sales of 2 cars mix.
ed in bulk, 27c; 2 cars mixed In sacks,
31c; 2,500 sacks mixed, 30c.
The supply of city meal is about equal
to tho demand, and prices are steady at
$2.35. We note rates of 35 bbls. city,
$2.35 ; 100 bbls. city, $2.35
Sales were 25 bbls. corn gritz, $3.50
Bran is in light supply and good de-
mandat$13. Sales were 000 sacks, $13;
200 sacks, $13; 1,500 sacks $12.75
Receipts of potatoes are good and the
market well supplied. The duuiand is
about equal to the supply. There is no
change in prices. Sales reported were j
25 bbls. Peachblows, $1 00; 40 bblH. com-1
mon,$150;20bbls. Peachblows, $1 85.
Choice apples are In lair supply, though
not enough to meet the demands ot the
market. Choice are ready sale at $2 75
3 00. Common grades are abundant and
slow sale, We note sales ot apples as fol
lows: B0 bbls. choice Ben Davis, $3 00;
25 bbls. medium, $2 25; 25 bbls. Roman
ites and Jennets, $2 252 50; 10 bbls. me
dium grades, $2 50.
Receipts of butter are liberal anil the
supply of all grades Is good, though not
In overstock. The demand lor choice is
gsod. Sales reported were 25 tubs North
ern, 2225c ; i boxes roll, 2522o ; ,6
pkgs. Wisconsin, 22c ; 4 pkgs. Northern
roll, 22c; 15 pkgs. Northern Dairy, 20c
10 pkgs. Central Illinois, 2022c ; 15
pkgs. Southern Illinois roll, 1822c.
Kggs contlnuu scarce, and prices are up
to 1819c. Receipts are very light.
Sales reported were 200 dozen, lc; I box,
I8c; 200 doen, 19c; 100 dozsn.lSJc.
Sales were 1.OC0 lbs. pork strips, Sc; 0
packages S. S. S. hams, 12J13c.
Sales were 5 tierces kcttlo rendered,
Onions nro In good demand at $2 23
Chickens arc In good supply with a
less active demand. Receipts aro good.
Turkeys are scarce and wanted at $0()0,
according to quality. Sales chickens
were 1 coop mixed chtckons, $2 00; 5
coops young chickens, $1 752 25; 3
coops mixed, $2 00; 1 coop young, $1 25
There Is nn abundance of cabbage on
tho market, and prices are low. Sales
were made to-day at $3 50B 00 per 100
according to klze and condition.
HIDES AND TALLOW,
We note receipts of 700 lbs. green
hides, (io.; 400 lbs green suit, 7a; 350 lbs.
dry flint, lUJo.; 000 lbs. tallow, 7c. ,
, Satus were 250 bbls. 8t. John, $140;
All Ways, lbs lbeael
OLD RELIABLE HOUSE.
10th ANDCOMMERC1AL AVE.
0 lb of A. Coffee Sugar... $1 00
10 lb Extra C. ugar..A... 1 00
4 lb Extra Choice Coffee 1 00
4 Hi Prime Coffee.... 100
5 tb Fair Coffee 1 00
Extra Sugar Cured Hams, per lb 13c
" ' Breakfast Bacon
per lb 12 Jc
Country Hams, per lb 10c
18 Bars, lib each Extra Family Soap. 1 00
Our stock being the largest assorted
stick In the city enables us to sell very
low. Remember, families needing goods
had better walk a few squares and thus
save money, for money saved is bettor
Goods delivered to all parts ot the city.
New York Stork.
Also iust in Mince Meat, Apples, Ap
pie Butter, B. W. Flour, Pig's Feet,
Wni. Kirhhoir, Dealer la and Sfaau
lariurer f f urullura.
Offers Bpcelal Inducements In Dressing
Cases and Parlor Suits. Also In all varl-
Itics of Furniture, such as Folding, Camp,
Cane, Wood Seat, Rockers and chairs;
Bedsteads, Bureaus, Looking Glasses,
Mattresses, and all other articles of furni
ture immaginable. The bloody chasm ol
bottom prices tins twn reached, and Mr,
Elchhoff now stands ready to meet the
reasonable requirements of the closest
buyers, either of largo or small quanti
ties, and satisfaction guaranteed. Po
liteness and courteous treatment assured
all wishing to examine goods. I invite
all persons to come and look at ray stock
and obtain my prices. Factory and sales
room corner of Seventeenth street and
Washington avenue. 17-lm
C. C, Canton flannel lor $100 at the
New York store. Prints, Cc, and 7c. per
6IHNAI. SERVICE KEIHIRT.
STATION. tOW WATBB. UiiC Or Fl
FT. I!f. T. IN.
PitUburr. 4 1 a
Cincinnati 1" K II
LoniitllH li 1
KvantTille 8 0
PadHeah.... 8 i
Cairo 13 !i X 1
bt. 1'aul 2 4 li n
Davenport a o o
Keokuk 3 0 o n
Bt. Louia II X 1
JAMES M. WATSON,
Sergeant Signal Service, U, H. A.
The Bernard and barges arrived from
the Oltio last evening, and arc to fill out
here, we understand.
The Ste. Genevieve brought 222 bales
of cotton for the East.
The Andy liaum added 19 bales of cot
ton, 127 barrels ol Hour, 117 pks. wood
work foi Cincinnati.
The "Mab brought a tow ot coal from
The Charles Morgan was aground at
Pryore Island when the Belle came by.
The rivers are swelling again at this
port and elsewhere, and a slight rise may
be expected. Business is improving
slowly but steadily, and river men begin
to hope for better times in the near fu
ture The Belle Shreveport made fair
addition on Sunday and will fill out be
The Arkansas Belle brought 1,200 bar
rels potatoes and a lull load of furniture
yesterday morning, and the large busi
ness she had to trauinct was the cause of
The Bee brought out two ol her barges
on Sunday and two more yesterday from
Thompson's. She Alls out below.
Phe Whale, Ironsides, Thomas W.
Means and E. M. Norton, each
1th two barges haye cleared for St.
The tug Wayerly with produce hosts
for the South, was In port yesterday.
The beautllul Iron yacht Ariadne will
be ready for business the last ot this
The James Fisk, jr. , tor I'adueah, City
of Chester for Memphis are due to-day.
The James W. Gaff, from Cincinnati,
will pass here to-morrow for Memphis,
Captain Thro wsgan's steamer Chouteau
Is due from St. Louis for New Orleans.
Mr. George Miltonberger is her clerk.
The hands on the John W. Garrett
struck last Sunday, and hence she did
not get away as soon as she expected.
Captain Booth has engagement fo till
out below. .
Haw It la Don.
The first object In life with the Amorl
can people is to "get rich;" tho second,
how to regain good health. The first
sun be obtained by energy, honesty and
saving; the second, (good health), by us
ing Green's August Flower. Should you
be a despondent sufferer from any of the
effects of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint,
Indigestion, &c, such as' Sick Headache,
Palpitation ot the Heart, Sour Stomach,
Habitual Costiveness, Dizziness of the
Head, Nervous Prostration, Low Spirits
Ac, you need not suffer another dsy.
Two doses of Au Flower will relieve
you at onoo. Sample bottles 10 cents.
Regular size 73 cents. Positively sold by
all first-class Druggists In the U. S.
You Can Ravs
Money by getting your building materia
ol Lancaster A Rice, They are selling lum
ber at mill prices; a large amount of white
plao and cypress shingles ot the best bran
constantly on hand. We sell pine shin
gles at $1.75 per thousand; sawed cedar
posts at at 25 cents each; whito pine floor
ing at $22.50 per thousand; pine siding
at $15.00 per thousand. Try your luck
with this firm. ' tl-
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
Attorney at Law
HOLD THE FOE!0
with our rarrisofts dressed in th bclirtit of
manded by old Oensral Bquar DaliDg, drsned lb alibis glory, ', V
Look at onr Soldiers PreiMd in th nobbiest of goods, laoklDt Ilk thsy bad Inst
turned trom "dress-parade." Hot a mlitit
np to ue lean not a Duiion wanna.
t reasury ana vommwisry run ter urn sterouy, ueryroirig is an nsppioes(
Look At OurJesiegers
Led on by that most anoUnt fraud, "King Kuoddy," and followed by a disorganised
boat, In numbers, Un to one Ureaaed In ulieap roods ot th King' awn manufacture-"
Shoddy. Not a tit coat a I .foph pants short snough lor Wadlag
purpotui seams open and buttout svaroe almost unknown. . Tl
niotiia teerueii to nsv nail a rai lolly urns. Treasury ana
Commissary empty aud no bop ol rplulblog until th Fort l taken. Ns hops astnsy
have beeu battling at our fotreu lor time Immemorial, but not a tingle advantage has
been gained, but deserters van be counted by the thousand. Still tb light goo bravsly
on who tball winy . ,
The Lord tell ui to tellsvs In that wblvb
bs against lit?
To the readers of the Bullitin: Buy
amain in the rort, JIuve nothing to do
We keep nothing, but good goods
us at anr price.
We Intend to and live ami die in the "Kort."
PHOIX DRUG STtM
vifyi. corner iHtn street & com'r'l Ave.
I Have Opened an
And Toilot -drtiolcD,
To Which I Call the Attention of the Publie. V.
atari will make the accurate comncundlnc of pbysieians prescriptions s do
REASONS WHY THE : :
HP I3 -5H !! H 'SBa'Bfftst
Is Preferred to all Others!
1st. They ar nadeof the beat " WAMHl'TTA" MUSLIN. v. .
Jad. rlttaoiiis are three ply and made of th belt linen, eaah ply being aaraatatd to B sM
-ilrd, TbeyareaiadonlrbToapablandezprlenMdbaads,aBdarttreXiiUy InrpacUd aad
are unaurpaaaed by any other in workmanehip. . ,
Try Them and be Convinced !
FOR SALE QKLY Br " 1
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Shoes, Carpets, Etc.
124 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
A FEW OF THK WICKS AT
PETTIS & BIRD'S,
14th AND WASHINGTON AVE,
10 lb Amber C. Sugar $1 00
10 lb N. Orloans " 1 00
4 lb KloL'ofiee 1 00
3J lb Whito Sugar 1 00
4 lb Soda 23
4 Boxes Matches. 23
Starch, per pound 03
6 Bars Soap 20
Coal Oil. per gallon 23
And all other goods very cheap.
Also, just received, a choice lot ol Pure
Spices, Mustard, English Table Sauce
Call and sec us. 21-6t
Ed. Braxton has returned to his old
stand In the Reiser building, where ho Is
better prepared than ever to ascommo
date his patrons and the public who
may favor him with call He has gone
to considerable expense In fitting up a
couple of nloely furnished rooms, which
he has provided with all the latest Im
provements and conveniences. Be em
ploys only first class workmen and those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to In style and will receive
courteous treatment. t .
A Hew Boardlaar Hoaee.
Mrs. Gafhey has taken charge ol the
largo bouse at the corner of Seventh
strict and Washington avenue, where
sho will conduct a boarding house, She
is relurnishlag the boose throughout
with excellent furniture, and Is now
ready to receive boarders and entertain
them in first-class style, giving to them
all the comfort and convenience that
could be desired. Mrs. Gaflney has bad
many years experience In boarding bouse
snd hotel management, and feels confi
dent that she Is capable and able to give
better accommodations for less money
than any other boarding boose In the
citv. She solicits a share ot publie pat
French quarter striking clocks,
Itblca calender, Seth Thomas, Automa
ton and Musical docks at greatly reduced
prices, at Edward A. Buder's, corner
Eighth street and Washlnton avenue.
(union rood goods and wall mads.eoav J
not a garment soiled not on isosojai
I good ; aad if th Lord Is (or us, WHO can
' ,v-J c.
" ' ,1--:W.
good Roa-UwaU-mad. and have a full pocket,
with "shoddy goods, for you will always os
well-made lu our bous. No "shoddl" bought by
Entire Now Btook of " ' ,' v .
. O. X. CBABA.
Is so common in the country as scarcely
to need comment. The causes which
produce It are such as cold, Irregular
living, over exertion, low spirits, night
air, exposure to miasmatic exhalations,
&c. In large cities where edge tools
and agricultural Implements are tnana
tactnred, the grinder protects bis tongs
from the Injurious eflecte of the tfnst
flying oft the grindstone by wearing a
respirator, The coal miner ere K i a,
scends the shaft provides himself with a
safety lamp to guard against fire-damp.
Now It Is equally necessary for those
who are brought In contact with any . ef
the causes leading to Intermittent hrtr,
to provide themselves with that well
known and highly esteemed remedy
against it, the home stomach Utters. -
Sirieilr Ckosoo, raster
Will receive to-day a txwsifnamt et
"Huston's" gilt edge butter, r All selec
tions in saddles and tubs, 17Q3Se, not.
Will receive regularly r aad,' , wnapltt
hereafter. Each ' pacaage , ' warranted,
CaUandbeoonvmoed, " -r"
- S.E. Wrtsost, .
' assest afe! stearin
Chai. Phlterling has on tan aa4 b)
daily in receipt ol fresh iBssaer bear ef
the rarest quality, also C. WntftMt. Hah
hauler Bros. CtodtmaiFtiear watch Is
acknowledge to excel in etbere. fiffler.
ling extends a eordlal mvltatioa leeU his
Wood WorklM asaealasry Voo
One Plainer end Matsner, one Heedlajr.
plainer, one Snrflwer and one 0av
machine, for wbkh I will take lomljer la
payment. For terns apply to
Si-la x Jams Bill, Ullta, Ids.
Just received 2,000 lbs. ol Haau,wUoh
we ofler totto tterM.trwkfortte
per lb. (at) , BifTwftftU.
-Ladles will find at EJwart A. It
der's, corner ElghUsstifMsmd Vati
ton avenue, snsni beasOil and cL
Inspection of hie goods bpv3
elsewhere, will probably pmasjt Cm
dltappolntmsnt, v, IMMw '
I ibis Strang freak no on was able to say,
Xv ; OA .' .i , J .a
400 bbls. Ohio rlvsr.ll 30SJ
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