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SATURDAY, November 24, 1877.
I.ucal Hhuri hli.
I'i'liiU only 5 'iiu per yird, at W
Shell oysti-ru Just received at the
Cm tal aloon, Hakrv Walkh.
rrlut only Scent per yard, ut W
Shell oynttrs Just received ut, the
Crystal saloon, IlAiutv W'ai.kkk.
The Baby's Best Friend is lr. liull'i
liaby Syrup, since it maintains the baby's
health by keeping It free from (,'olie,
Iharrbaa, etc. Price twenty-live cents
An elegant line ut fine white kid slip
pers for ladies, at the lowest prices at 0.
Fresh shell oyttera at Louis
IUrbort'f , No. 72 Ohio Levee.
Hy advertisement elsewhere In thi
lue ot the lii-i.Ltm the Rough and
Hfudy tire company aniiounce that they
will give a grand ball and supper at
Wlilugton Hall on next Thursday even
ing. This is one ot t)i best companies
in the city, and it is to be hoped that their
ball wUI prove a financial ibcw.
iNjiiii, ot the Arlington Hotel intends
giving a (nil game dinner on the first and
tMeentu of each month until the gains
srason clotes. 11-22-6.
Mr. Louis Herbort is in daily
receipt of fresh shell oysters at
. 1 1 ant, No- 72 Ohio levee.
Prints only '5 cents per yard, at 03
Ohio f-cvi'e. Other goo U In propor
tion, at V. Ohio J-eroe. Sign of lted
lag, 93 Ohio !.evee.
Lllley Young Pratt brackets tine
hand made boots and shoes are lor sale
only by O. Haythorn A Co. They have
lie wjual tor style and durability. New
toik just received. 11-20-Ct.
Baker's Cod Liver Oil, Lime aad
Wild Cherry a pleasant medicine, and
certain remedy for Consumption. Sorofu
la, Debility, etc Xow is the timo to use
it. John C. Baker fc Co., druggists,
Merchants and people are Invited to
Inspect our stotlt of boots and shoes. It
s twice as large as any other in ttie city,
and we tell ten per cent, lower than any
other home. O. IUytiiohs & f'o.
"Baker's Cod Liver Oil. Lime, and
Wild Cherry quickly relieves Throat and
Lung disease, and Impart vigor and
Dew lite to debiliated constitutions. Plea-
saut In taste. J. C. Bakkb L Co.,
(Oct. 13, 5-w) Philadelphia, Pn.
Ladies, remember you can get lien
utstaud Bernard's tine hand, embroider
ed slippers, suitable tor an clciraut holi
day present tor your Im-band at O.
Yesterday the executive committee
ot the Reform Club eloted the bargain
for the Thornton building on Tenth street
and hereafter the club will have iw head
quarters there. We understand the
committee are now negotiating lor the
necessary furniture and fixtures for the
doll, and it is expected that it will be in
fiertect order by next meeting night.
We will pay a reward of one thou
sand dcllars for any certificate published
by ut regarding Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
not found genuine. A. C, Meyer A C'.,
Bilti'nort, December J, !S7 '.
'ilia largest stock of boots, shoes,
and staple dry goods to be found in
.Southern Illinois can be found at O. Hay
thorn St. Co., 101 Commercial avenue
Kxamlne these prices. Mens heavy
wider boots, common, per pair, $2 00;
men heavy kip Walker's saddle seam,
tustom made, $3 00; mens fine kip Wal
ker' saddle eani, custom made, $3 50;
mens Frank Danes best brogaus, $1 00.
Prints, cassmeres, Jeans, domestics, car
pet, clothing, hats, etc Largest stock
and lowest prices in the city.
11-20-Ct O. IUythorx & Co.
We hear it said that there will be
regular watch night services at the
Methodist Episcopal church in this city
this year. This is something out of the
ordinary In Cairo, and we are told that
the ceremonies, which will be conducted
by the Pastor Rev. A. P. Morrison, begir. a
ning at 8:30 p. m. will be very Impressive
and Interesting throughout, being com
posed of prayer, responsive readings, a
tbort discourse by the pastor, short
' ipeeches by laymen, etc. etc., and an
hour of song.
Wood Working- Machinery For Hale
One Plainer and Matcher, one Heading
plainer, one Surfacer and one Gigsaw
machine, for which I will take lumber in
paymont. For terms apply to
24-liv James Bell, UIHd, Ills.
Beer! Betrtl Beer!!!
Chan. Phlferling has on tap and is
daily In receipt ot fresh Pilscner beer of
the rarest quality; also C. VYlndUb, Muni
hauscr k Bros., Clncinnati'becr which is
acknowledge to excel all other. I'tiffer
ling extends a cordial invitation to all bis
Mr. FauUae M. Plllibury, Electric
With medicated baths, would Invite the
attention of the sick, and those suffering
with chronic diseases, nervous debility
exhaustion of vital power, neuralgia,
paralysis, iemale complaints, catarrh and
all Impurities of the blood, ller system
of treatment is pleasant and soothing,
no shocks are glvon; she has been very
successful for a number of years, and
she does not hesitate to warrant a cure,
where there is any constitution to build
Having engaged the bath-rooms of Dr.
Arter on Tenth street, between Washing
ton avenue and Walnut street, where
she will at all timet take great pleasure
In attendance on patients. Nor. 71 ta
A choice lot u-t icauvcd In small rh1
large package. H. J.ntmro.v,
if 04 Ohio I.i'vce.
Hniltu i Rirlvily t'hoite Mulit-r.
Will receive to-duy another lot or Km-
ton's gilt edge butter lu tubs irom 20 to
3j pounds each. All selected to order.
klach package warranted by me and the
Hamuli. E. Wilcox.
No. Hi Ohio l.vvci .
Cairo; .Nov. 21, 1x77.
Still presidtt at the corner ol Hcvcn-
tcetli street and Washington avenue,
and has as usual a line variety ol dress
ing cases and parlor suits and calls spe
cial attention to his flnelo ot camp and
Come, look, buy, pay and then fall to
the rear to make room tor the next cus
SATl'RDAY EVENING, 7J O'CLOCK,
NOVEMBER 24th, 1877,
ut No. Ill Commercial avenue.
A general assortment of Cooper's
Tools, Truss Hoops, Jolntors, etc.
Also, a general variety of goods of ev
ry description. Tom Winter,
Nto! Poor Mortal, Ntes !
From nikhing carelessly to deMtruction.
If you sec 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, enjoy good health,
and you will thank us lor calling attni
tion to and advising your ue of the cflf
brated Home Stomach Bitters. 11-1-1 m
Charles Staley was arrested by Chief of
Police Arter on Thursday evening for
stealing a lot of clothing. SUley is a hard
case and an inveterate vagrant. He was
taken before Justice Comings yesterday
morning, and on a charge ol vsgraney
preterrcd by Chief Arter was fined SUM
and sent to work on the streets for one
hundred and three days.
On Thursday night Ciarance Wil
liams, an Indianapolis darkty, was de
tected in the act of breaking into the
ttore-housc at the residence of Mr. F,
Korsemeycr, at the corner of Eleventh
and Walnut streets. When Williams
found that he was discovered he attempt
ed to escape, and was pursued by Will
KorBieyer who overtook and captured
him. Ilo was turned over to the pollce(
and on yesterday Chief Arter took him
belore Comings fur trial. Williams was
held tor trial at the next terra of the Cir
cuit Court In the sum ot two hundred
dollar. He went to the county jail.
ViUl weakness or depression: a teak
exhausted feeling, no energy or courage;
the result ot men'-al over-work, indis
cretions or excesses, or some drain on the
system, is always cured by Humphrey's
Homeopathic Specific No. 2. It tones
up ami invigorates the system, imparts
strength aud energy stops the drain and
reiuvenates the entire man. Been used
twenty years with perfect success by
thousands. Sold by dealers. Priee$l
per single vial, or $5 per package of five
vials and $2 vial of powder. Sent by
mail on receipt of price. Address
Humohrev's Homeopathic Medicine
Company, 100 Fulton street N. V.
Instead ot aiding her in her efforts to re
cuperate, is obviously not the way to get
well when one Is sick. Yet this is pre
clsely the course pursued of course un
wittingly by persons who are continual
ly dosing themselves wit'i powerful min
eral drugs for some malady with which
they are afflicted. Such baneful medica
ments rather leud to retard recovery than
to hasten it. Ilow much more sensible
are they who employ the gently acting
but thoroughly efficient restorative, Ilo.
stetter's Stomach Bitters, which, unlike
the drugs referred to, Is eminently whole
some aud sate; and Instead of lnjurying,
Improves the tone ot the stomach and re
creates health and vigor In the broken
down system. Indigestion, liver coin
plaint, constipation, kidney and bladder
ailments, and rheumatism, yield to itt
corrective influence, and It is the remedy
and preventive par excellence for inter
mittcnt and remittent fevert and other
disorders bred by miasms tainted air and
water. It Is, moreover, a superb appet
Ed. Braxton has returned to his old
stand In the Reiser building, where ho is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date hia patrons and the public wh
may favor him with a call. He has gone
to considerable expense In fitting up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
ho has provided with all the latest Im
provements and conveniences, lie em
ploys only first class workmen and those
who patronize him will have their want
attended to in stylo and will receive
courteous treatment. t
A Itew BoardltiK Honte.
Mrs. GaS'ney hat taken charge ot the
largo house at the corner of Seventh
street and Washington avenue, where
sho will conduct a boarding House. She
is refurnishing tho bouse throughout
with excellent furniture, and is now
ready to receive boarders and entertain
them In Hret-class style, glvlag to them
all tho comfort and convenience that
could bo desired. Mrs. Gaflnoy has had
many years experience In boarding house
and hotel management, and feels confi
dent that the it capable and able to give
better accommodations for less money
than any other boarding house in the
eity. She solicit a share ot public pat
.'H1. L.J1 J 1 JL .1'! .'.
A CALL fOR COL. KKaRDEV.
Khali fie Have Mllilnrj litmimuy
Cairo, Nov. 21, 1377.
It I lie Ldilr ik II. t UlLiKTlH:
lu many communities where les neces
sity exists, military companies hay been
formed and equipped under authority ot
law. Cairo his mads no move lu that
direction, although no one knows the
hour or the day when the very presence
of a military organization In our midst,
would, without the firing of a aliot or
the shedding of u drop of blood, prevent
riot aud dustauctlon ol botli life and pro
perty. Furthermore, wo have in Cairo
at leaft one hundred active, reliable
and ttble-bodied young men
who arc ready and anxious
to become members of a company of
"Cairo State Guards' i ot any other
named military company that may be
formed under authority of law. Who
shall lead In the formation ol such a com
pany? The answer suggests Itself to
every veteran In Cairo: "Col. James S.
Reardenisthe man!" At the sound et
his "bugle call" not less than one hun
dred young men will rally, aud In less
than sixty days Cairo may have one of
the best organized and most efficient mili
tary organization in the State. Let Col.
Rearden make the call, name the time
and place, and five scores ol young men
will respond, beslls the subscriber who
is A Vetera.
ju.t received at the
Wm, Fli-lihotr. Dcalrr In and Jlnnu
tanurrr or r uriiltiira.
Offer special Inducements In Dressing
Cases and Parlor Suits. Also in all van
ities of Furniture, kucIi as Folding, Camp,
Cane, Wood Seat, Rockers and chairs;
Bedsteads, Bureau, Looking Glasses,
Mat;reses, and all other articles of furni
ture iiiiuiaiiiablo. The bloody chasm of
bottom prices has Ix'fi reached, and Mr.
Elchhoff now staudi ready to meet the
reasonable requirements of the closest
buyers, either ol large or small quanti
ties, and .satisfaction guarantwl Po
liteness and courteous treatment assured
all wishing to examine goods. I invite
all persons to come and look at my stork
and obtain my prices. Factory and sales
room corner of Seventeenth street and
Washington avenue. 17-lm
So 1'allure Known.
1 nere is no case on record wucre Dr.
Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry and
Horchound has tailed to give satlslaction.
On the other hand, whenever It has been
used by our people, in severe colds,
cough, aithnia, bronchitis, croup,
whooping-cough and consumption, they
are enthusiastic in Its praise. Containing
no opium or other dangerous drug, it
doct not constipate, and Is safo to admin
ister iu all conditions of health. This it
an important announcement, and the suf
fering are advised to heed it. Trial size,
10 cents; largo sizes, 50 cents aud One
Dollar. Sold by Barclay Bros.
Also agents for Prof. Porker's Pleasant
Norm Syrup, vLicU it sure death to
worms. Pleasant to take and requires no
physic. Price' 23 cenfg. Try it.
Iteotbof Hrt. ratrltk Clnncj.
Died, in this city, Friday morning, No
vcmber 23d, 1677, at 2 o'clock, in the 42d
vear of her age, Mrs. Mary, wile of
The deceased had tetu confined to her
bed for nearly three months with a lin
gering disease brought on by a sever-
cold and chills and fever. Mrt Clancy
was a resident ot L'airofor nearly twenty
four vears and was known and
highly respected by all tho older inhabi-'
tants ot the city. She leaves a husband
and eight children, the youngest only
six months old, to mourn her untimely
death. She was a good and faith! nl wile,
and an affectionate and loving mother.
The surviving memben of the family
have the sympathy of the eutlre commu
nity in their sad bereavement. Mrs.
Clancy was a sister ot Mr. Patrick Burke,
of this city. The funeral certage will
leave the family residence at 1:30 o'clock
this afternoon for St. Patrick's Catholic
church where the funeral servicet will be
held. A special train will Icavo the foot
of Fourteenth street and Ohio levee at
2:30 o'clock to convey the remains to
Calvary cemetery, Villa Ridge, for inter
me nt. Friends and acquaintances of the
family are respectfully Invited to attend
THI BEF0BK CLUB.
In fleeting Tbnredty Evening;, and
What Wae Done.
A regular meeting ot the Cairo lies
form Club was held at the tobacco wares
house on Thursday evening. The at,
tendance was very large and the proceed
ing ol a highly interesting character.
The finance committee reported that
they had received subscription! to the
amount ot ovtr $500. The treasurer,
E J ward Dczonla, reported $450 cash
paid into the City National bank and
placed to the credit of the club. The
commltteo to secure subscriptions re
ported that every person to whom they
had applied had cheerfully given some
thing, and that not a single person had
On motion of Capt. W. P. Wright the
executivo committee wa instructed to
rent the Thorntoa building on Tenth
street tor a reading room. The first and
second floors ot this building have been
offered to the club at $15 per month.
It wat resolved to hold the next re
gular meeting of the club on next Fri
day evening, 30th Inst., at the new hall,
and a motion to invite the ladles to meet
with the olub was carried.
The following sensible resolution wat
VRttolud. That It la not the Intention
or desire ot the Cairo Kel'orm Club to re
proacn any man on the score ot his na
tionality, and that we cordially Invite the
co-operation of all torolgn born and na
tive citizens In aiding u In the cause of
; A number ot persons signed the pledge
after which the elnb adjourned.
N!F. PI! J . . ... H
How It It Hone.
'Ihe hist ohici.t In hie with the Am
erican people Is to "get rich;" the second,
how to regain good health. The first
ean be obtained hy energy, honesty anu
saving; the second, (good health), by us
ing Green's August Flower. Should you
he a despondent suflcrcr from any of the
effects of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint,
Indigestion, Ac, such at Sick Headache,
Palpitation of the Heart, Sour Stomach,
flabitual Costlvcncss, 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 sol I
by all tlrst-clas druggets In tho I'uited
A few plain word to theFoUio, wbo
are Interested when making; tbelr pur
ahaeee for the Fall and Winter, espec
ially of Boots and Shoes, that they ob
tain their "money's worth-" Thle they
are entitled to, no more nor less, and the
inquiry with them is, "where can we
trade most satisfactorily." This may be
answered at A- Black's, the City Shoe
Store, 140.Comdffcial avenue for the
following- reasons :
lit. Tkey hare the larg-est aaiortment
and stock in Southern Illinois, whloh
is ample to meet the wants of every one.
2d, They buy only from manufacturers,
and aa Jobbersthereby obtaining- the
very first figures.
3d. That, although, they purchase lar
ger, 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 tflem and are content with mod
They therefore offer to the publio and
patrons generally the opportunity these
advantages afford them of purchasing
their boots and shoes during the fall and
winter by the single pair at the aa m
price tlie same goods are sold at
wholesale, and at least If per rent
lee tban can be sold by any other
home iu the rlly. We assert that we
re able to do this, and as we are am
Ions to sell goods for the united
benefit of ourselves and pnblle we
offer them nt ihe same ei Inordinary
low rates. Furthermore, we will du
plleate any anodt offered at any otb
er hou-e in this rlly or t trinity at IS
per rent less than they sell theiu at.
All our department are complete,
and consist of fresh, seasonable aad
stylish good. The specialties In
fine goods kept only by nsar offered
at great bargains, liirladlng a large
Hue; of KBtl-iuen's ladle' and boys'
silk embroidered slippers for the
A, HI. At U N CITY NUOE aTOHE,
X. ISO Commercial avenae.
Poioh and Ready Firs Co.
GRAND BALL AND SUPPER.
The Hough and Ready Fire company,
'o. 3, will give a grand Call tnd Supper
OX THANKS01V1XO EVEMXO, THi ri!l)AV,
Nov. 20, is;:.
It is the intention of the company to
make this one of the grandest aud most
enjoyable attain ot itt kind aver given in
Cairo, and to accomplish this end neither
pains nor expense will be spared.
will be furnished by Prof. Eiteuberg's
celebrated string band.
Priee of admission $1
J. Gto. SiKiNiioi'EB, John Koehler,
Cha. CrsxixcuAM, W.T. Beerwart,
Com. ot Arrangemcuts.
The t'nlro and fit, Lonl Railroad
Company and City of Cairo.
The tunnel, live miles north of this
city, on the Cairo & St. Louis railroad,
will be repaired hi two or three weeks,
so that trains can run through as usual.
But an injunction has been served upon
the company in Cairo, which will pre
vent the railroad runninz into that city.
We do not see the policy ot tht city of
lairo in keeping a railroad from enter
ing there. The city is not iu to good a
condition financially, nor is her real
estate so valuable that she can neglect
any means to make business lively, and
the more buainesa the does, the greater
will be the value ol her real estate.
The city of Cairo hat had nothing to
do with keeping the Cairo and St. Louis
railroad out ot the city; and it is not true
that "an injunction has been served on
the company which prevents the road
from running Into the city." It is true,
however, that an injunction has
been granted to a citizen,
Mr. Whitcomb, to prevent the
Cairo and St. Louis railroad company
from taking possession of his property
without paying him for it. This whole
case may be summed up in a few words:
Mr. Whitcamp has a lease on a piece of
ground lying close to the Mississippi
river, and from time to time os the rail,
road company found It necessary to move
their tracks back from the river
they have gone . onto this ground,
torn down the lencet and des
troyed the crop of corn in the
field, and then compelled Mr. Whitcamp
to wait five or tlx months before settling
with him tor the damage done, in
course of time this thing became mono
tonous, and Mr. Whitcamp asked for and
obtained an injunction which does not
prevent the railroad company from run
ning their cars Into the city, but comptlt
them to pay for property destroyed.
These are the facts in the cate. It I not
the policy, or any part of the policy ot
the city ot Cairo or her citizen, to keep
the Cairo and St. Louit railroad company
from entering the city. The people ot
Cairo have at all time, and are now will
ing to giye to the Cairo aud St, Louit rail
road all the privilege! and advantage that
they would to any other railroad or cor
poration. The people In thit section have
a liking for the little narrow guaga and
desire to see it prosper; but the policy of
the management of the road ha been tuch
as to cause our people to mistrust and
loote confidence In them. It I not the
Cairo and St. Loula railroad that the
people of Cairo are opposed to, but they
object to the manner in which the men at
the head ot the company have managed
Its affairs at this tnd of the lint.
rref. teen, Ike RoM-Walner,
Prof. Z.Leon, the celebrated rope-,
walker, gave one of hi daring exhibi
tion in thit city yesterday afternoon,
The rope wat stretched from the roof of
Dr. Wardner't building to the roof of
the Arlington House, a distance of per
haps sixty feet above the ground.
While we cannot attempt to go into a
detailed description of the many lead rer
formed by Prof. Leoa, we
will say that the performance
wat In many respect! the most daring
and exciting we ever saw on the tight
rope, and more than once the spectators
nere held breathless and trembling while
Leon nerlormed tome ot his most diffi
cull parts. When he started to erois on
flic rope with the Utile boy, Master Cur
tii Hackett, a child lest thtn seven yean
old on hit hack,an exprectlon of fear and
uneasiness was visible on the face of
ucarly every one present. But Leon
made the trip at easily as if
he had bceii walking on a plank a foot
wide, and the little fellow on his back
seemed to delight In the undertaking.
The professor will give another ot his
performances this afternoon at 3 o'clock;
and to-night with dl troupe will give an
entertainment In the atheneum. The en
tertainment this evening will be well
worth seeing, 'and we advise all who
can spare tho time and money to go.
The following are the letters remain
ing uncalled for at the postofllce at Cairo,
Illinois, Saturday, November 24, 177:
Barnes, Dcttla; Bullock, KlUa; Brlttou,
Jennie; Caswell, M K Delia, ;
Dougher, Nancy; Fitzgerald, Martha;
Getter, Annie; ilayes, Lila; Houston,
Fannie; Johnson, Honor; Kennedy,
Mrs; Kogans, Mary; Itoss, Melletsa;
Salet, Sarah; Shaw, Minnie S; Schmidt,
Justlna; Thomas, Allice; Thompson,
Emma; Walker, Maggie; Wheeler, Flor,
Walls, Amanda; Wigtallt, Mrs;
Brown, George; Belland, F.; Ballew,
John; Barbee, Lewis; Clinger, Henry;
Cogswell, Joel; Corbln, J. B.; Calver,
Loren; Clewith Mark; Davit, Jat .; Drake,
L.; Danlord, II. C; Erwood, G.; Esti, J. ;
Gordon, Sack; Green, Wm. F.; Ilofl, II.
D.; Holme, Andy, Holly, U. L.; Ilall, J.
A.; HeInet,Jetse; Hamilton, J., IILgglnt,
L.; Hickey, Richard. Holt,V. II.; James,
IL K.; Johns, P. D.; Kearnes, U. B.;
Kaaflman, C. L.; Kilgore, II.; Le Roy,
Dell; Lewis, C. T.; Lee, II. C; Magee, K.
Martin, E.; Mulkey, Jsaac; rreestly A
Murphy; Mulley, William; Newlark, G.
W.; Neff, II. C; Norton J. C; Reed, A.
J.; Roberta, C. W.; Ross, A. J.; Scott,
A. W.; St. Clair, H. D.; Sayers, S.;
Slade. Samuel; Schick, ' William; Thur
man, F.; Turner, James; Vankirto, W.
N.; Walckerel, Charles; Willlami, Bid.
Persons calling for the above will pleas
Geo. W.McKeaio, P.M.
SIGNAL tEBVICE REPORT.
iTAnott. tow wrs. Bite or f tl
FT. m. TT, IN,
Pltuborr - . 11 X i
Cincinnati t A 4
Louisville...... 6 77
KTtnivUle t 11 9
Psdsvsb..-. II X 1
Cairo 18 i i 4
St. Paul IU 11 X 1
Darenport 2 1 2
Keokuk S 4 2
St. Lomi Ill 1
JAMES M. WATSON,
Sergeant bi(nal Service, U. S. A.
The Charles P. Chouteau made no
additions here, but Is well laden for the
South. She Is strunning cotton carrier,
having high decks and wide guard, and
looks like an excellent steamboat. So
for her owners are more than pleased
with her running and handling quautl
ties, and she Is, no doubt, a good boat.
The A. C. Donnally had a very fair
trip for the Ohio.
'1 he Jno. I.. Khodea has 600 Uns lor
the Ohio including 100 hhdt. tobaoce for
Louityille, My Choice and barget arrl
ved from St. Louis yesterday and will
clear tor Ne w Orleans to-day.
The John Dippal with a tow of coal,
and the Hope with three produce boatt
passed south yesterday.
The Jim Flsk for Paducah, Robert
Mitchell for Mew Orleans, and Belle
Memphis for Memphis, are due to-day,
Dick, Lighten, of Memphis, lain Cin
clnnati. The hull of the General Duel
is to be converted Into a whariboat at
A FEW OF TBS TRICES AT
PETTIS & BIRD'S,
10 lb Amber C. Sugar $1 00
10 lb N. Orleans " 1 00
1 lb Rio Coflee 1 00
SJ lb White Sugar 1 00
4 lb Soda 25
4 Boxes Matches 23
Starch, per pound 03
6 Bars Soap...... , 2
Coal Oil. per gallon 23
And all other good very ehetp.
Also, just received, a choice lot ot Pure
Spices, Mustard, English Table Sauce
Call and tee ut. 34-6t
CLOSING OUT AT COST
Mrs. C. McLean desire to announce to
the publio that she has determined to
cloti out her large'and elegantly assorted
stock ot H1LLINEKY GOODS, Inclu
ding Ladles' FURNISHING GOODS ot
nearly every description, UNDER
WEAR, HOSIERY, etc., with a rery
large assortment ot Ladles', Misses' and
Children' SHOES, all of which must be
told within the next
At Cost. Now It the time tor ladle to
buy Hata, and everything else in the
tSfA. old bill must be settled at
once, or they will be put out for col
We Sell the
Sold In thit city-yes, In Southern Illinois. Wecoul prove It very conehulrely
too if it were not that we would overstep the bound ot trua buslnett propriety bf
telling the readers of this journalwhom our competitors buy from, and from whom
we buy. We say It without fear of contradiction we are the only clothier la th
State South ot Springfield, who buy from wholesale dealer of New Yorkwho have
a national reputation for manufacturing good, well made, ityllih clothing. Th
good generally eold are from dealers who care tor nothing, but "to aell" and not to
build upa reputation for good, well made, aty JUb goods with a guarantee to all par
tie concerned. Our competitors say In answer: "People won t pay lor good
goods what is the use ot keeping them." We know better for we've tried Ufor
years in several States, We stand ready at all times to give the Aran from whom
we buy our clothing, and prove by good authority that they are known for what wa
have said above It our competitors will do likewise. Read the Sun and tee what we
have to say therein, .,
FARNBAKER, the Clothier,
PHENIX DRUG STORE
Corner 18th Street & GomYl Ave.'
I nave Opened an
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,,- STATIONERY
And Toilot Articloo, :
To Which I Call the Attention of tho PublieV" -tcjrl
will make the acourate compounding of pbysUian prescription a ape
Mly Q. E. O'HAEA.
.a i -1 i
REASONS WRY THE
UP o nr D. 53 Da a tt
Is Preferred to all Others :
Ut. They art nadsoi tht best " WAMUTTA" MUSLIN.
iinil.. BttMmt srs torn ply tad mads of tht best linin, sch ply beiDf jrurtntsttt to bt all
Jrd, 1 ncrartnadtonlrbTeaptbl sod rperinct bands, and art ouvfallr IstMattd aid
art uniuriMstcd bysny other In workmanship. . -
4th. XlMTrgiurntedioatndgiTUiUcllonlnTery psrtloular.
Try Them and be Convinced !
FOR SALE OXLY BY
. DEALER IM
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Shoes, Carpets. Etc.
134 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
To Inventors & Manufacturers
6Umore,Smith & Co.
Solicitors of Patents and Attorneys at
Ansrivan and Foreign Patents.
No Fees In Advance, nor until a Patent
is allowed. A6 Fees for malting
Special attention 'given to Interference
Cases before the Patent Office, Infringe
ment Snlta In the diflercnt States, and all
litigation appertaining to Patent or In
fiend Stamp for Pamphlet of Sixty rigea
to OILMORE, SMITH .y CO.,
CS9 F. St., Washington, D. V.
WHOLESALE AND BKTA1L.
Good Sold Vary Cle.
Comer 10th street aad Oommerei Ave.
C. O. PATIER & CO.
rAIHT AND OILS.
S. F. Blako
Paints, Oils, Varnishes.
Wall Paper, Window Olaaa, Win
dow Shade, &o.
aiwsrt us hsua. Uie wlabraied lltumlastla
Ooroer Eleventh atreet and Waabl
i CURE GUARANTIED,
eSMI I bMft-lbemurMM. and Mud
diseases j rsr-w.
IMS Ml Vnai ttra. PkililskKV -
Entire New Stock of
samuel p. wheixib;!
Attorney At I&xr
Iriy fa Coir
The attention of the publle la called
to tills groat improvement in
Owners si Bor.es Mi Cm it i Tiitl.
Call at the
Mm ul Collar ficta?.
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL A VS..
and examine and be convinced of the
great superiority of thit new collar over
the old style hard and stiff collar now la
use. It is a well-known fact that every
day large number of horse art rendered
unfit lot service by chsinng, canted by
the nse of the old style collar, and that
hy tbia means many bones are mad to
ballc. Till now cellar will obviate all
THE TURLEY HOUSE
it the best made. Come and ee them
at 119 Commercial avenue,foot of Seventh
street. In ,
Un, hm I tL
and all klndt Country Vroduee.
03 Ohio Lev, Cairo, 111.
COME AND SEE ME !
I am now offering my eatlr
For th Nesl Thirty ty . ,
At I intend J$liuit tU JwrtiiMi, ''
J'ARTIBS IK SEARCH Ot BA.
UAINS SHOULD HOT FAIL TO
mVE ILEA CALL.
I W ALDER,-
Cor. 6th Stmt and Ohio UT.' :