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.ilRO BUSINESS HOUSES.
Mat. Asy bualueasfirmcsoliave three lines
J-, in thin milium umlur Hiirirlte heading
u he rati' ol tl.W per mourner Uisyar
ayable iinaiturly in advance.
Ilnrdnare, Moves wild Tlu Ware.
A. HAM.KY-lKaleriiiStoveS.TInand Haid.
are, Uaideuand 1-ariueri' implement, Wire
,.,oi, ItefriKcratora, rump uud Ladder.
1 OiinrutrcUt Avenue. (jiutrrliiKt and
(Vurkdxne on shurtnotlio.
.1. S. Midi A.I1EV Healer In hard, and aoftluiu
ir, rlooriuit, iwiUnK, aiJiwc and surfoiwl
luiiilier, IhIIi ami eiilnx'1'- "l ami yrd
nrner 1 wcutietli atieet and Wellington avenue'
LANCASTEIl A KJCK-Deulrra In aah.
luor. blioda, etc., hard and mill lumber and
hlngles. Yard and olllce. Commercial avenue,
mi in r 17tb alreet.
, lneeuwarf .
I). H AKTM AN Ixnttr In Quen,iwiire, Tuy,
l.aiuia mid all kinds uf l'anv arlii:l'. Loiniiier-
al avenue, corner ih Meet.
W1LI.1AM WINTER Sixth, atrtet UfwwB
?iiinnieTclal aTfnua and Waahiagton avenue.
4 lotbina; Hint Hervbant Tailoring.
JOHN ASTKI M -Merchant Tailor and dealt r
In Kcudy Made UuthlnK. 78 Ohio Levee.
Real Estate Ageneica.
M. J. HOWLKY Real Kttata Agent. Buys
nd "ell" real eaute, collect renta. i.ayl (axe
lor uon-realdenta.ete. Commercial avenue, be
tween Ninth and Tenth alreet.
Cotton and Tobsono Factors and pro
prietors of tlie farmers' Tolxioco Warilwu-te.
iAi l!t Commniereial Arenne.
I i (irneral Forwarding; and Comrniioo
iiirri liaiit, lor the aale of Kami, tianlen, Or
;lmril and lialry Produce, wohin Levee.
3 A. WIIKXLOt K 4 CO.
IJ (ienerul forwarding and Cninniunion
merchant, and dealer In all kind of f ruit and
frodiire. ''I Ohio Lrvee. Conniirnnienta lolio
iled, tttenrils lurnubed on spplioaiioa.
J .i I- J.I JL
F I'IDAY, November 23.877.
Family llour warranted ut the New
Vork more lor $7 50 per buret. 1 l-H-ift
A choice lot ust received in small and
large packages. II. Leicutox,
tf CI Ohio Levcn.
Just received 2,000 lbs. oi Llama, which
we offer to the the retail trade for 10 cent
per lb. (3t) New York Stohe
Wood Work la j Machinery For Male
One Plainer and Matcher, one Heading
plainer, one Surfacer and one Glgsaw
rnactiine, for which I will take lumber In
payment. For terms apply to
24-1(0 Jamks Be i.e., I'lllD, Ills.
Berrl Betrll Beer!'.!
Oiai Pbiferling has on tap and is
dally in receipt ol lresu I'ilsener beer of
the rarest quality; also C. Windish, Mubl
hauser L Bros., t'Inelnnati'beer which Is
acknowledge to excel all others. I'fltTcr
Hng extends a cordial invitation to all his
The larjiU and raont complete asort
rnenjoi Tniises, Shoulder Braces, Back
Braecfl, Abdominal Supporters, Uterine
Aipportcrf!, Rubber Urinal', etc., etc., to
lie lound la Southern Illinois at much
lees than uaual prices, at l'uoenix Urug
iSUre, corner IStli Btrett and Commercial
w tli.o. K. O'llir.i.
m;u r.r.il.lra at ttie comer ol Sevcn
teuth Btreet and Waahlnston avenue,
and has as usual a Uue variety ol dress
ing cases and parlor suits and calU spe
cial attention to bis ftnclo o( camp and
Come, look, buy, pay and then fall to
the rear to make room lor the next cus
lr. Pauline .1. I'llUbury, Klectrlc
lau. With medicated baths, would invite the
attention ol the sick, and those suO'crins;
with chronic diseases, nervous debility
exhaustion of vital power, neuralgia,
paralysis, lemalo complaints, catarrh and
I .U Impurities of the blood. Her system
or treatment is pieasanc anu eooiuuis,
no shocks are glveu; she has been very
successful lor a number of years, and
fhe does not hesitate to warrant a cure,
where thero Is any constitution to build
Having engaged the bath-rooms of Dr.
.Aiter on Tenth street, between Washing
ton avenue and Walnut street, where
she will nt all times take great pleasure
in attendance on patients. Nov. 7-lni
How II 1 Dons.
The first object in life with the Ameri.
fn.u people is to "get rich;" tho second,
"hSw to retrain good health. The lirst
fan be obtained by energy, honesty and
aving; the second, (good health), by us
ing G rcen's August Flower. SUould you
he a despondent suffereffrom any of the
( fleets of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint,
digestion, ic., such as fcilck Headache,
Palpitation of the Heart, Sour Stomach,
Habitual Costivcness, Dizziness of the
Head, NerTOUS Prostration, Low Spirits
4c, you need not sufl'ef another day.
Two doses of August Flower will relieve
,you at once. Sample bottles 10 cents.
I.VguIarslzo"3cents. Positively sold by
nil lirst-cluss Druggists In tho U. S.
All Ways, the Cheapest
OLD RELIABLE HOUSE,
. 10th AND COMMERCIAL AVE.
a lb ol A. Coffee Sugar $1 00
10 lb Extra C. sugar 1 00
4 lb Extra Choice Coflce 1 00
4 J lb Prime Coflec 1 00
5 lb Fair Coflee 1 CO
F.xtraSugarCurcdHums.por lb 13c
' Breakfast Bacon
Country Hams, per lb 10c
18 Bars, lib each Extra Family Soap. 1 00
Our stock being the largest assorted
stock in the city enables us to sell yery
low. Remember, families needing goods
bad better walk a lew squares and thus
'svc money, tor money saved is better
Good i delivered to all parts of the city.
, Nkw York Stohb.
Also lust In Mince Meat, Apples, Ap
ple Butter, IB. W. Flour, Plg'a Feet,
l.ucul Uliurt 3toa
Miss Annie Pitcher lett the city yes
terday alter noon for St. I.ouii.
Prints only 5 a nts per yard, tit t:J
Shell oysters jrn-t received at the
Crystal saloon. Haiuiy Wilkkk.
The County Coiumiosioners will meet
In regular session on the third day of
Miss Emma liecso, of Torre Haute,
lnd., U vinitln at the residence ol Mr. O.
Prints only 3 cents i r yard, nt O.'J
Shell oysters Just received at the
Crystal saloon. Hahiiy Wai.kkh.
"Grand pa" Pitcher Is canvasslug the
city for tho History of the United States,
a very good and entertaining book.
The Excelsior Social and Literary So.
ciety have concluded to give a calico hop
by way ol variety, ut the St. Charles, on
Nov. 20. Invitations will bo out Satur.
Au elegant line of fine white kid slip
pers for ladies, at the lowest price at O.
Hay thorn & Co. 11-32-Ct.
Fresh shell oysters at Louis
Herbert's, No. 72 Ohio Levee.
There was a meeting ol the IJeform
Club at the tobacco warehouse last night
The attendance was large and the pro
Tom Morgan went to Anna again
Thursday. He thinks he Is deceiving as.
All we ask as pay for our silence la some
of the cake when the event takes place.
Royal Globe Alpacas at the New
York store, aho the clebrated Cohonsic
jeans. Call an J look at this line of doc
skins jeans. 11-1S 3t.
Dean, ol the Arlington Hotel intends
giving a full game dinner on the first and
fifteenth of each month until the gam
season closes. 11-22-C.
Mr. Louis Herbert is in daily
receipt of fresh shell oysters at
restaurant, No, 72 Ohio levee.
The Ladles' Society of the Methodist
church will five an oyster supper at the
Farmers' tobacco warehouse on next
To-morrow, Saturday, and Sunday
the first quarterly meeting of the Metbo
dist church will be luld. Elder Pierce
will be present and conduct the meeting.
Prints only 5 cents per yard, at 03
Ohio Levee. Other goods in propor
tion, at 0:i Ohio Levee. Sign of P.ed
Flag, 93 Ohio Levee.
Lilley Young Tratt brackets lino
band made boots and shoes are lor sale
only by O. Ilaythorn 4 Co. They have
n equal tor style and durability. New
stock just received. ll-20-0t.
F. D. llcxtord of the Centra lia
lleuae, Centralia, was In the elf y yesters
riar nn business. He is in eood health,
and well pleased with his new location
It is rumored that the Cairo and St
Louis railroad company will resume the
runnlnir oi trains within the next week or
ten days. We do not know what truth
there may in this report, and give the
report lor what it is worth.
-Count v Court, Judge F. Brois, will
convene on Monday next,2Gth Inst., when
several important cases will come up for
trial. This will be Judge Brois' last
sitting, and the next term ol the court.
to be held on the third Menday in Do
ember, will be held by Judge Tooura.
Merchants and people are invited to
inspect our stock of boots and shoes. It
is twice as large as any other in the city,
and we sell ten per cent, lower than any
other house. O. IIaytjiokm & Co.
Baker"s Cod Liver Oil, Llmojaad
Wild Cherry a pleasant medicine, and
certain remedy for Consumption, Scrofu
la, Debility, etc Now is the time to use
it. John C. Baker Co., druggists,
Baker's Cod Liver Oil, Lime, and
Wild Cherry quickly relieves Throat and
Lung diseases, and Imparts vigor and
new life to debiliated constitutions. Plea
sant In taste. J. C. Baker & Co.,
(Oct. 13, 5-w) Philadelphia, Pa.
Baltimore, Md. I have used Dr.
Bull's cough syrup personally and in my
family tor two or three years, and am
prepared to say that there is nothing to
compare to It as a remedy lor coughs,
colds, etc. Jama Coirie, Dentiti,
Sherifl Saup left the oity by the af
ternoon train on the Illinois Central raili
road yesterday afternoon for Pantiac,
whither he took the boy Edward Snow,
who Judge Bross a few days age seni
tencod to two years in the reform school
for stabbing one ol his comrades.
Ladies, remember you can get Ben
net and Bernard's line hand, embroider
ed slippers, suitable lor an elegant holi
day present tor your husband at O.
Ilaythorn & Co. 11-22-Ct.
Mildness conquers and hence it is
that the gentle yet posltlvo Influence of
Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup overcomes Jof
quickly the dlsordcas of Babyhood, Price
The members of the Excelsior Society
have decided that their party to be given
at the St. Charles hotel next Thurs
day, Thanksgiving night, shall be a
'Calico'' nature, and It Is hoped that all
young men attending will bring a piece
of tho above mentioned article along with
them. The invitations will probably be
bsued to-morrow. i
The question, "Is conscience in all
cases a correct moral guide," debattd at
ths meeting of the E. S. and L. S. on last
Tuesday evening, by Mews. Rupert and
PnmliaUr in tlii nfllrrnatlvs. . null
Main. Dsyit'sou and Gccr in the tic-atii'i
Was decided In favor of the latter by the
presiding officer, Mr. l inher. The socie
ty meets again two weeks hence at the
residence of Miss. Kllu llobbins.
Tho largest stock of booU, tlmd,
and staple dry goods to bo found in
Southern Illinois can be found at O. Hay
thorn & Co., 101 Commercial avenue
Examine these prices. Mens heavy
winter hoots, common, per pair, $2 00;
mens heavy kip Walker's saddle scam,
custom made, $3 00; mens lino kip Wal
ker's saddle scam, cuHtom made, $3 DO;
mens Frank Danes best brogans, $1 50.
Prints, cassmeres, jeans, domestics, car
pet, clothing, hats, etc. Largest ftock
and lowest prices iu tho city.
ll-20-0t O. Haythoiix & Co.
The Centaur Liniments are the great
est remedies ever discovered lor all llcbh,
bone and muscle ailments bites, bruises,
swellings, burns, rheumatism, still' joints,
etc. What the White Liniment doe lor
the human family, the Yellow Liniment
does tor horses and animals. They are
cheap, they are convenient, and they arc
certain In their effects. ll-ll-13w
Children cry lor Pitcher's Castoria.
It Is as pleasant to tako as honey. It
contains no morphine or other delcter-
lovs ingredient, and in sure to expel
worms, cure wind colic, n'gulato the
bowels and stomach, and overcome irri
tation caused by rash or cutting teeth.
Mothers can rest, and children enjoy
health, who ue Castoria. It is harm
Icpr, it Is certainly speedy, and it Is
Trof. Leon, ths champion rope wal
ker of the world, will give one of his ex
hibitions this afternoon on Commercial
avenne, in the vicinity of the Arlington
nouse. Prol. Leon has crossed Niagra
falls on the tight rope twenty-lour difl
ennt times, and on six of these occa
sions carrit J his nephew, Master Curtis
llackett, a six year-old child on his back.
The executive comini ttee of the Tm
perance Keform Club have not, as has
been stated, eoncluded an agreement
with Dr. H. Wardner for the ground
floor ol his Commercial avenue building
for a reading room. The committee have
several other rooms in view, and we are
Informed they have been oflered that
portion of the Thornton bu.lding on
Tsnth 6treet formerly occupied by Messrs.
Parson's, Davis & Co., at a very lew fig
ure. Though a little too far from the
business portion of the city, the rooms
referred to are admirably adapted lor the
purposes of the club, and we believe the
committee would do well to close the
bargain lor them without delay.
A frightful disaster on the Illinois
Central occurred on the main track night
belore last at G o'clock, a lew
hundred yards south of Ullln Station.
Two immense freight engines, No. Ill,
Charles Proach, and No. Ill, John Vogt
collided. No one save Vogt who clung
to his engine till they struck, was .fatally
injured. His fireman and other train
men made a desperate leap, tumbline.
headlong to the ground thereby es
caping death, and sustaining only slight
injuries. The men on the train pulled
by the No. Ill ell escaped unhurt,
When the engines struck they were
moving at a seemingly impetuous speed
and stopped In a singular position, one
being almost astride ol the otherl When
the news reached Cairo engines and men
were immediately despatched to the
wreck, and a clearance was made in or
der that all regular trains might pass on
time. Blame ha3 not been laid at any
one's door as yet.
Ntop! Poor Mortal, Ntn !
From rushing carelessly to destruction.
It you see a child playing with a fire
brand, you take it away to prevent con
flagration, and yet you are recklessly in
different to the progress which a cold, a
fever, a headache, a chill, constipation,
Ac, makes, until the slumbering fire of
chronic sickness lays you low. Take
time by the forelock, remove those fore
runners of sickness, enoy good health,
ana you will thank us lor calling atten
tion to and advising your use of the cele
brated Home Stomach Bitters. 11-1-lm
Arrival at Arlington Hotel.
Charles Burton, Carbondalc, 111.; Fred
Crawford, New Orleans; Fred llelder,
Baltimore; P. J. Do Huer, Philadelphia;
T. F. Garrett, St. Louis; A. Arnot, New
Orleans; Mrs. James Natchez and family,
New Madrid; A. J. Stephens, Arlington,
Ky.; B. M. Stowe, Arlington, Ky.; Capt.
J. W. Eldridge, Mississippi; Dr. L. Dyer
and wife, Du Quoin, III.;. George W.
Arnold, Commerce, Mo.; Louis Bucsart'
Commerce, Mo.; Frank M. West, St.
Louis; E. U. Hawkins, Clncinnat; Capt.
Harry Teebes, steamer E. M. Norton;
William Farris, Chicago; J. B. Carter,
Memphis; Martin Wise, Jacksonville; II.
C.Lcverett and wife, Napoleon, Ark.,
William II. Woodward, Carbondale, 111.;
W. II. Howel, Charleston, Mo.; John M.
Kowe, Charleston, Mo.; Col. It. A. Ed
monson, East Cape Girardeau, (king of
Vital weakness or depression: a weak
exhausted feeling, no energy or courage;
the result ol mental over-work, indis
crctions or excesses, or some drain on the
system, is always cured by Humphrey's
Homeopathic Specific No. 23. It tones
ap and Invigorates the system, imparts
strength and energy stops the drain and
rejuvenates tho entire man. Been used
twenty years with perfect success by
thousands. Sold by dealers. Price $1
per slnglo vial, or $5 per package of five
rials and $2 vial of powder. Sent by
mail on receipt of price. Address
Humphrey's Homeopathic Medicine
Company, 109 Fulton street N. Y.
How It Is Done.
The first object In life with the Am
crican people Is to "get rich;" the second,
how to regain eood health. The first
can be obtained by energy, honesty ana
saving; the second, (good health), by us
ing Green's August Flower. Should you
bt a despondent buflcrer from any of the
cflcctsof Dyprpsla, Liver Complaint,
Indigestion, Ac, such as Sick Headache,
Palpitation of the Heart, Sour Stomach,
Habitual Costiveness, Dizziness of the
Head, Nervous Prostration, Low Spirits,
Ac, you need not suffer another day.
Two doses of August Flower will relieve
you at once. Sample bottles 10 cents.
Regular size 75 cents. Positively sold
by all lirst-class druggists in the United
States. July 23.
A few plain words to tho Public, who
are Interested when making- their pur
3hases for the Fall and Winter, espec
ially of Boots and Shoes, that they ob
tain their "money's worth-" This they
are entitled to, no more nor lea, and the
Inquiry with them is, "where can we
trade most satisfactorily ." This may be
answered at A. Black's, the City Shoe
Store, HO.Commercial avenue for the
following- reasons :
1st. Tkey have the largest asortment
and stock in Southern Illinois, whloh
is ample to meet the wants of every one.
2d, They buy only from manufacturers,
and as Jobbers-thereby obtaining the
very first flg-ures.
3d. That, althoufe-h, they purchase lar
Ker, and street the larft-est 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 therefor offer to the publio and
atrens generally the opportunity these
advantages afford them of purchasing
their boots and shos during the fall and
winter by the single pair at ths sa m
prlee tbe same gooiia are sold at
wholesalv, and at lea I 1.1 per rent
lea than ran ba sold by any other
houae in the rlty. We aaiert that ae
are able to do Ibis, and aa we are ana.
lou to sell good for the nulled
benefit of ourselves and publie we
offer lliein at the auine extraordinary
low rales. Furthermore, we will du
plicate any good ottered at any oth
er bonne in this rlty or vlrlnlty at 15
per rent lea than they sell theiii at.
All our department nra complete,
and constat of I'resh, seasonable and
stylish good. The specialties In
line goods kept only by nsare offered
at great bargain. Including a large
line." of gentlemen' ladle' nnd boy'
ailk embroidered slipper for tbe
a, RutK s city shoe aroitt:.
-o. 140 Commercial avenue.
SIGNAL SERVICE RKPORT.
station. low WATia. Kiie or Fal
FT, IH. ft. IX.
Piltsburg -.. 3 1'i 3
Cincinnati 1" S '
Lomtville e i ;
KvaDivllle .'I J 3
l'aducah 10 4 a
lair" li :i X 1
St. I'aul l! 4 0 ii
liaveniwrt 'J 4 0
Keokuk '' 'i il
St. Loiiia V 11 n 0
The City of Vlcksburg night belore
last brought 700 bales cotton for reship-
ment cast by rail, and made some addi
tions for St. Louis.
Mr. Jim Biggs has fitted up a waiting
room near the Iron Mountain depot on
the levee for the accommodation of per
sons who lind it necessary to wait for
boats or cars.
The Thouia Sherlock arrived wanting
about 300 tons ol freight and found plen
Pilot Jack Anderson piloted the Hot
Spur to Memphis and return.
The l'obiu took a barge of .salt to
Capt. Frank J.Oakes, propeller, Rapid
Transit will be ready for business next
week. She goes into a daily lower river
The P.obert Mitchell left Cincinnati for
New Orleans on Wednesday night last
with CO people and a good cargo of
Captain O. P. Shlnkle's new Golden
Kule will be completed this week, and
will make her trial trip ou Wednesday
Captain Jones, formerly of the Thomp
son Dean, Is now clerk of the Thomas
The E. M. Norton went up the Ohio
yesterday to help tho Samuel Hoberts to
this city. The Roberts has a tow of
produce for New Orleans, and three
barges of suit for St. Louis. It is time
that the Norton went after.
Pilot Barney Crane returned from his
trip to New Orleans ou the Belle, much
improved in health.
The John L. Rhodes for Pittsburg, Co
lorado for Vicksburg, Charles P. Chou
teau, My Choice and barges, and A. C.
Ceunally tor New Orleans, are due to
day. The Jim Fisk brought out a good trip
yesterday and will be on hand again to
day at the usual hour Jor l'aducah and
Commodore Rallingpin says that the
Charles P. Chouteau will be lengthened
00 feet next summer by inserting a sec
tion of the Corondelel's hull which is
now on the ways and will be reserved
for that purpose.
Captain Jno. B. Conway has purchased
an interest in tho Fanmo Tutum, and
will take command of her with Captain
Jno. Elwell In the office.
Tho Alex Mitchell was raised day bos
Tho Commonwealth is getting a pair of
low, narrow chimneys.
Cleveland Ltader, 17: Tho tug Triad
is something ot a novelty in the way ol a
tug, having three engines attached to
one shaft, and so arranged that they can
be managed from the pilot house. Her
boiler lias Improvements also that admit
ot the carrying of any amount ot steam,
and the Inspectors do not limit tho Triad
Madison, lnd., Nov. 10. The four
heavy towboats, the J. Shurpe McDonald,
Josh Cook, Nellie Speers and Jacob
Ucathcrlugton, used their Immense
power in an effort to turn tho Calumet's
hull this morning, but tailed. The hull
lies on the lower edge of Cllfty eddy,
secured by lines to the shore, and is out
of the way of passing steamers. Capt.
Ueatherinirton, with his boat and crew.
left for home this morning, having- spent
oyer $17,000 on this hull. No further N
forts will be made to turn her until a big
C. (', Canton llanucl for $100 at the
New York store. Prints, Oc. and 7o. per
Shell oysters iust received at the
Crystal saloon. Harry Walkir.
Caiko, Ills., Thursday Evettxci,!
Nov. 22, 1877.
Tho market here is not materially
changed In any of tho leading branches.
Business generally is fairly active, though
rot brisk. The weather has been wet
and ilifireeable with indications that it
will Iks colder. The rivers are
iu fair boating couditlon both above and
below this port. The railroads are all
doing a fair business Iu ths movement
ot freights. River freights are plenty.
Rates to New Orleans and way points
arc not changed.
ru a ni ip.Etriiir to xkw ori.f.ans an
Dry bbl M
I'ork & Beef 35
Bank landings 5 cents ner 100 lbs., and
10 cenM per bbl. higher.
6f Our friends should bear lu mind
that the prices hero given are only for
sales from first hands in round lots. In
filling orders and for broken lots it is
neeu-sary to charge an advance over
The market is quiet and transactions
since l;u t report light. The demand is
limited. Pri'-i's on all grades above good
family uro weak and a shade easier.
Medium and low grades are steady and
firm. Receipts are good and stocks
large. Sales reported were:
100 bbls Good Familv G(U
W) " l ow aaa n inter. 0 o
50 " Various Grades
on order 4 2.V,6 50
235 " Various Grades
on orders 4 2MG 75
400 " Various Grades
on orders 4 75?. 7 00
loo " Vurious Grades
on orders 5 O0(5;G 75
There Is a fair demand for choice white
corn at 4jQ,ic. Receipts are light, and
the supply on the market small. We
note sales ol 1 car in ear, 35c; 1 car white.
in bulk, 4Gc; 1 cur choice mixed, in bulk,
Receipts ol oats aro light and tho stock
on the market limited. The demand Is
fair and prices a shade higher. Good
heavy oats is quoted at 2Hc. Sales noted
were 1 car mixed iu sacks, 31c; I car
Southern Illinois, in bulk, 27c; 700 sacks
The supply of city meal is about equal
to the demand, and prices steady at quo
tations. Sales were 500 bbls. city, ?2 35;
50 bbls. do $2 35; 73 bbls. country $2 20.
Bran is in light supply and good dei
niainl at $13. We note sales of 350 sacks,
$1?; 200 sacks, $13.
Strictly choice hay is in fair demand at
$11 8012. Receipts are light and sup
ply small, all other grades in good stock,
and quiet. We note sales of 2 cars choice
timothy, $11 50; 2 cars choice mlxed,$10;
1 car choice red top, $0; 2 car good
Receipts of potatoes are light and the
demand good nt quotations. Sales noted
were 30 bbls. Peachblows, $1 90; CO
bushels reachblows, 4550c; 15 bbls.
common, $1 GO.
Choice apples aro in active dtmand
and scarce. Common grades aro plenty
and dull. We note sales as follows: 60
bbls. choice Ben Davis, 2 75a3 00; 40
bbls.Genltlngs.fl 90; 15 bbls, Ben Jhvis,
Receipts of butter since our lal issue
have been more liberal and tho stock of
ail grades Is now large, and in excess of
the doiiiand. We note sales as follows:
10 pkgs. Southern Illinois roll. 1822c;
15 pkgs. Central Illinois, 20ffi22c; 12
pkgs. Creamery, 2Gc; 5 buckets Southern
Scarce nnd in demand nt quotations.
Sale were 4 boxes, 19c; 100 dozens, 19c
Chickens are plenty and dull. Tho
demand for turkeys is good at $S9, ac
cording to quality. We note sales as fol
lows: i coops mixed, i 7o(rf)2; l coop
turkeys, $7 50; 2 coops turkeys, $8.
Choice onions are in lair demand at $2
2 23. Receipts are light and but tew
ou the market.
Sales were 700 bbls. Ohio river, $1.80.
Sales wero 1,000 lbs. pork strips, 8c;
5 packages, S, C. C. hams, 12j13e,
Game is beginning to come in and sells
Sales wtre 0 tierces kettle rendered,
There is an abundance of cabbage on
tho market, and prices are low. Sales
were made to-day at $3 60(3)5 00 per 100
according to size and condition.
HIDES AND TALLOW.
We note receipts ol 700 lbs. green
hides, Gic; 400 lbs. green salt, 7c; 350 lbs.
dry flint, jCJp; 900 lbs. tallow, 7c
A FEW OP TUB TRICKS AT ,
PETTIS & BIRD'S,
14th AND WASHINGTON AVE,
10 lb Amber C Sugar $1 00
10 lb N. Orleans u 1 00
IJ lb Rio Coflee '. 1 00
Sr lb White Sugar I 00
4 lb Soda 25
4 Boxes Matches 23
Starch, per pound 03
6 Bars Soap 25
Coal Oil. per gallon 23
And all other goods very cheap.
'Also, Just received, a choice lot ol Pure
3pioes, Mustard, English Table Sanca
Call and see ui. 24-6t
readily at good prices, wo note sales ol
2 dozen wild ducks, $1 25 ; 5 dozen quail,
7599c; turkey, 0075c; venslon, 6(7c,
We Sell the
Solil In thU e!rv voa In Crvnthnrn 11lit -.... .
. .1 - ,.u.uiuuiu,al jie cum prove u very coneiasiTtlT
too H were not that wo would overstep the bounds ot true business proprletT-5
telling the readers of this journalwhora our competitors buy from, and from whona
we birr. c say it without fear of contradiction we are the only clothiers In lb!
State South nt Snrinirfl,.M wlinhni, fmm .kni...i "j.lt" . L S5 " vifUMn.
r. ....... ..u.u puuicaoio ueaiers OI 2i9W I Org WHO naTa
a national reputation for manufacturing good, well made, stylish clothlnr. Thsj
rnnHa ceneni Iv nll am frnm ilea I or. nL.. . v.I ... XrI,V
E r, i y .7 . vwo iur uuunDg, ouc "i seii'' ana IOC tO)
ulld upa reputation tor good, well made, stylish goods-wlth a guarantee to all oar.
ties concerned. Our competitors say In answer: "People won't par tor good
goods-what is the use ol keeping them."-We know better for we've tried lttor
years In several States, We stand ready at all times to give the firms from whom
we buy our clothing, and prove by good authority that they are known for what we
have said above It our competitors will do likewise. Read the Sun and see what w
have to say therein.
FARNBAKER, the Clothier,
PHENIX DRUG STORE
Comer 18th Street & Oom'rl Ave.7i
I Have Opened an
And Toilet Artioloo,
To Which I Call the Attention of the Publio.
lalT I will make the accurate compounding of physiiiani prescriptions a spe
m the mi
REASONS WHY THE
JSP eaurl JSHai n tt
Is Preferred to all Others :
1st. They are madeol the beat " WAMCTTA" MU8UN.
Slnd. lissom are three jily and nuule of tha beat linen, each ply beiDf guaranteed to b all
3rd, XUeyaremadeonUbvcanableandeiperienoedhanda.andarecarefullv inineeted and
are unaurpaanea by auy other in workmanship. r
4 111. They ar guaranteed to Ot and givsaatiafactloninevery particular.
Try Them and be Convinced !
FOR SALE ONLY BY
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Shoes, Carpets, Etc.
124 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
.- - - -. -M -X-L.IJBaSl J 1.
8TBATT0N & BIRD. 1
Oommission Mo r eh an
AOBNT9 AM BRIO AN POWOS O
5T Ohio Levee.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th street and Commsroi Ave.
G. O. PATIER & CO.
PAINT AND OILM.
B. F. Blake
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window OIms, Win
dow Shades, 4to,
always on hand, the celebrated lllumlnatln
Corner Eleventh Street and Waahl
AC HO 11 A OIL.
CLlH "V TURK GUARANTEED.
OKln I liMcrihe your cane, and nd
1610 Mt. Vcraen Street, I'hiladsishia.
Caivl. rvkmn, IU VtM Ll.l, alU4triftj ou.
uvaaour nwMiauiHL UMurauaau
KWut OM..M vlltnl .tva J iwi
tl.MUBIvmja.1), Ml BrM4r, . Ta.
tn Meant ail trmraW tl
rOMaluiouwlw4 BHII k, I
Entire New Stock of
U. E. O'KAXA.
Z Trade Mark-
SAMUEL P. WHEELEB,
Attorney At Lat7
The attention of the public Is called
to this great improvement In
tta oi Sorsea Mi Givi it i frill,
Call at the
Bunesi ui Collar Ftdsj,
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
and examine and be convinced of the
(rreat superiority of this new collar over
the old style hard and stiff collar now fa
use. It is a well-known fact that every
day large numbers of horses are rendered
unfit lot service by chatting, caused by
the use of tbe old style collar, and that
by this means many horses are made to
balk, 'i his new cellar will obviate all
THE TTTRLEY HORSE
is the best made. Come and see them
at 119 Commercial avenue.foot of Seventh
To Inventors & Manufacture
Fa tents and Attorneys At
Amerloaa and Foreign Patents.
No Fees in Advance, nor until a Patent
Is allowed. A'o Ftts for making Prs
Special attention given to Interference
Cases before tbe Patent Office, lnlringa
inent Suits In the different States, and all
litigation appertaining to Patents or la
Send Stamp for Pampkltt oj Sixty Pagu
COME AND SEE XIX 1
I am now offering my entire
stock of . ;
ror the Neat Thirty Bays
it intend tt'Qu'U tht tmmtu, ' '.'
PARTIES IN SEARCH OF Al
ii AIN4 SHOULD NOT FAIL TO "
GIVE HE A CALL.
L W ALDER,
Cor. th street and Otta Lar.