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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY
MORXIXO, DECEMRER 19, 1878.
NEW SERIES-NO. 155
Arrival and Depai'ttre of TruliiH.
ILLINOIS CENTUAL ilAIUtOAl).
Kipri'M SKip.Hi. 1:1D p.m.
Mull 4 : am. Jl ii.iii.
i ri-lirljt H:10a.m 4 : a.m.
Krilxhlt !:: p m. VIHjmii.
CAlltO AND VIXtE.NSJ UAII.KOAI).
Afail f l:im i). in. 4:4.i.in.
h't. LOl'lrj, I.- -M. ANT aoniKKN liAil.KOAIl.
i:.ri' 5:(i.m. 2:p.m.
CAIIlO AM) ST. LoCH JIAlLltOAD.
Through Expri'K 5:IS p.m. VHh a.m.
Vnrphynlioro Accommodation ll:Mi p.Li. i!:l.'ip.ln.
(except Sunday. tKxi' pi Monday.
KNKKAL DKLIVtltY open .::) a. in.; cloau
I ti:'ti p. hi ; huinluv: K to If a. m.
Mouey Order Department upcu ul 8. m.; clone
tl 5 p. in.
TlinuiKh Kipri'M Malta via Illlunli Central mil
MiUippl Ccnirul Knllrwid clone ul Vi-.m p. "
Cairo uml I'uplur lllulf Tlirouri ai.d Way .Mull
closen ul KM p. m ...
Wmv Mail v! IHInoln Central. '"l" ' !
nunc ai.J Mif.mppl Ct-mral JUolroml clone al
K id p. III. , ,
Way Jln.ll for Narrow Goii;:e KullrouJ clone l H
Cuiroatid KvanIU" liiver ltoltc clute at (ltd"
p. in. ilttl.y tetpl Friday). - -
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. li
Shortcst ami Quickest Route to
St. Louis and Chicago
fTMIRonty mad rminlnp two dally train from Cairo
X maklnK direct connection with Kanleru liu.
THAIS I.CATC lAIKl.
1 :10 p. m.: Pant riproa. arriving In Ht. Louii 7:."i5
p m.; Cliicmjo fli'tii. in.
l.'lO p. in. CINCINNATI A LOUISVILLE
Urlvlnjln Cincinnati at 7:00 a. m : Lonlnvllle,
7 id a. m.; Indianaaolla 4 : IS a. m. Panm-uter !j
thl train arrifo at above poiula
12 TO litf HOURS IN ADVANCE
Of any other route.
U.i- p.m. Kant Mall, with aleeper attahrifor
M M LOL'IS and CiUC'AOO, arrivinK l Ht.
Loitlaat H-.Ult. m.; Chlraijo at : p. m.. comrct
nir at Odin or Eltiughaiu fur Cincinnati, Louimtlle
FAST TIME KAST.
1 CsiPVriVTli,'y ,u' "ne hfo?h
I i Vi'orj M IltO tu xbt Kt without auy
di lar rand by Sunday intcrvrninx. Th rutur
flar afti-rnoon train Inim Cairo arrive. In New Tork
Miinday murnlnz at lo . Thirty-fix lioura la ad
tnt of nv other Mute.
Hf Ailvertiemmti of comtM'tlnu llne that :hey
make hetter timo than thin one arn l.nned -i:brr
Ihrongh lenoranee or a deire ui mislead Ui puHlc.
Fur thr.mirn ticket and Information apply at lill
Hula Central lUilrned drpU Cairo.
TKAlNd AI1K1VE AT CAIUO:
JTiprvM t: m
J AH. .UilJNHiiN. den 1 rkiutlu-ru Au I.
.1. II. .ION EH. Ticket Afcnt.
(TaTuO it ST. LOUIS It. It.
Shortest Line to Sf. Louis!
rPIIK traina hr thl road cmnect al St. Lonl a?id
I Kni ht Uiiil wilh ail olltiT liuea to the KAiVi'.
OKTli A.NU UOI'TH.
T1irou?h expPM leave. Cairo ... ln.ma m.
1'hmn).'ii eipn' arrive" at Eut Kt. I.oul. 11:4 p.m.
Xurphv.biirwaccoiuiiicKlatluii i-ive Cairo a:I5 p.m.
MurphV.lMiroaiT. arrive, at Murtibylro Hip.ni.
TlirotiL'ti etpri'M leaven Eat t. Luuia t.4Jia m.
'I'hrounh expre.a arrive at Cairo 5:l'ip m.
Vurphv.horo ace. leave. Mnrphyahoro. ... 5:S.tn.
Vurpiij alwro acr. arrive, at Cairo VI M p.m.
IM'Xf WUVPTIIK Cairo and St. Lonln
Jll'.I rj-MlJilk Kallmad la the only Al.I.
HAIL ROl'TK between Cairo and St. Uml under
one manairemeiit : therefore there are no ilelav. at
vtav .tatiou awaiting rontiertiun from other linei.
iff HawnipTu iiuIiii; North. Northea.t and w e.t
lioiild nut buy their ticketa until they have clam
Ined our ralea and mute..
L M. JOHNSON, (ieneral Maniger.
( JAIItO VIXCEN'XKS It. It.
! irirVQTIIE SIIOKTEST HOVTE
n xr i r tub siiohtest to uris.
31 IlilV VII.I.K. CINCINNATI, II Ale
TIMUKK AND W ASHINliToN.
)4 lfITVT1IK miollTEST TO INHIAN;
.)! .Mllil'iS AltiLlS.I'IIILAllELHIIA.SEW
VOKK AND HUSTON
SIX nouns SAVED
Over trniua of all other route miMui thu aatno
If," PaaHMicem bv oilier route' to make connef
lioiia mut ride all' tilclil. altlnit from one to .1
bourn al. mall country utiitluiia fur truiin of con
1 V X f V f V VPTH K F ACT ami Uke our 4 A!i
1,IjM Ij-UIUVK s, m. truin, reaehlnif Evan.
vllle, Indlaniipolla, Clnclnmill ami l.oiilvlll nmc
(liiy. Triilna leave and arrive at Cairo iu follow" :
Mai arrtvea to.ni p. in
Through iltketx and cliecka to all Important
l" A VIM.EH KOSWELL MIU.F.H.
'Oi n l Van. Apent. (ieneral Hup t.
L. H. ClIL'ftclI, Piwinwr Awnt.
gT. L., I. M. SOUTHERN.
Enpreaa lenvea Culroilally p.m.
Kjpreaa arrlvea at Cairo dully a:,KI l4U1'
DYKINO AM) RENOVATING.
yOUH OLD CLOTlIliS
CAN BI BIAUT1FVLI.T
DYED Oli ItEPAIltED
At ft Tl lfllllR KxpcMe-C. 0. D.
CHAS. SHELLEY, NO. SO EIGHTH ST.
UrLtillei and Genu' old h'5mdtnw
A. BLACK.- BOOTH
Prepare for the Holidays!
We have liti-il tu make our (treat Holiday display Immediately, In order to ululate the Inronvrnlcncc
of nlinpplii during the week iri'cvdlui;'('lirlt unit. Ho our rimiorni-ra will And many attract tur.ii of
BOOTS and SHOES
In over' department,
Largest and Finest Ever
No line, if they will connult their own Intercut, w 111
I.mmcnso Stock and Learned Our I'ricH's.
Wt ran at leant nave you twenty-live cetitn on every dolliir, lualdca you will have the idvautaue of our
LARGE STOCK AND ELEGANT STYLES
To a.l:rt from. Note the following Price Lint, mid call and ec the good iulcnlcd. .
M'n'n ntronj worklni; nboi-n $ f"i
Miai'n nlruiiK kip ImioIh 1 TV, 2 to
M. ii'n honie-mnilii kip hootn 'I 'Ml, :i 00
.Men'nciiU lMMjtt . iMiVI
Men', calf hand made bootn ., :i H W
.M"ii calf hiind-maile aewud hootn Ti rtSMH ftl
Meu aculf Doni Pedro I r,".. H Kl
Men', calf Aleiln 1 TV. II ll
Meii'n calf hand Hindu 3 M, H no
Men' baud euiliMidered nliiipem 1 T.Vir, t
l.adlcn' band emliroidered nlippi-ra. ... I T.Vil t tm
LadliV morocco vwed 1kk- 1 Ul
BLACK'S CLIY SI LO h STO RK,
140 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
A. D V A. 1ST T A G E S C) V
Over other Hi Ilti'-il
FOR ALL ILLUMINATING I'UIU'OSKS.
Perwms who have neither time nor inclination to invistiatf; the peculiar merit of the
viirious grades of Refilled Petroleum, ak why
E L A I N E !
THK FAMILY SAFEGUARD OIL,
loO- FahiTiihcit Fire Test,
In Safer mid Better than Other Oils? It is because Klaine
Ami is the very Highest Grade of Illuminating Oil front which, m the procest of
manufacture, Every Impurity Has Iieen EUiminated. Elaine is Free from
Heiizine and l'araliine. 'in Color, Elaine is Spring Water White,
and its " Fire Test" is So High as to make it hs Absolutely
Safe as any Illumiiiant Known. Having No I)i
iigrccublo Odor, Elaine is a Pleasant Oil
For Family use.
IT DOK8 NOT INCItUST. TJIK WICK
And thus is avoided it
CAUTION should be used In the purchase of Elaine, ax its great uml
popularity has induced the introduction of imitations.
ASK F0K IT. USE X0 OTHER OIL IN YOl'R LAMPS !
l'OH HALK 11V
13 akcl a y mioTi iF. ns,
wnor.KSAi.i-: aci i:xts.
' CAIKO. ILLINOIS.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
1T TUN CITV
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cairo, lj I.
Cor. Nineteenth "trout and I
Commercial Ave., )
O. O. PATIElt fc CO.
Our flock la I lie
Shown in tlie City !
luy one ilul'ur'n vortli of Hoot mil Shoe.,
Lacliea- kid nlile-laci $ I i'i
l.udiiV kid hiitioi 1 75
l.iirilen' C kid. Imtluii. cloth lop .1
Ladlen' Kreurb liiitlon. cloth top I05. 4 91
Mlnnen' ifiHMln of like kind ."V: IT pair lene.
Chlldnili'n inoriM i o or kid nlioea..,.. "
children inoroccoor kid, V to life '"I
Iloy'aklphool -... 1 M't
HuvV ralf hoot 2 !' S '
Youth' kip liool 1 i"!. I W
Children kl limit - !
Chlldreu'a calf boot 1 H I )
1'roilucts of Petroleum
Fretpn nt Retiimming.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Jlills
HlcboHt Ciuih rrlco raid for Wheat.
MARKETS 1JV TELEGRAPH
I UVEItrOOL OltAIX.
LvKitpiioi,, l)ii:emljcr H. 2 p. m.
Wlwttt quii.'t WInt'.T, 8s8-l(Jls; Spring
SilfeOs 4il; ('iilifiirniu uvcragt?,
I'd Uhjj'Ja f!i; California c'.uU, l) (Id
l10d. Corn new- 2ih 3d.
KKW VOKK f.RAIN.
New York, Dcct'iniier IS, 12:03 p. m.
Whuat Quiet No. 2 CliitaKo, 0007;
No. 2 .Milwaukee, 0!)(iil()0; Red Winter.
1 (Mm 08 j No. 2 lte.1 Winter, ft OTJ.,'
(! 08; Amber, No. 2, fl dA)i 04.
Corn Quiet steamer, 40; No. 3, 44
l!l4 No. 2, 47?. Oaid, 100J.
CIIICMIO UltAIN AND PIIODI CE.
Cincvio. Decembrr 18. 10 a. m. Corn
January, 31, '4; M.iy, 35!. Pork Jan
uary, $7 07 '.j' ; February, 47 77,'.,'. Wheat
Jantury, H'&H'tJi; February, 8:jp3' hid.
Cit;cAoo, Deci'inlKT 18, 12:00 if. Pork
January, $7 70&7 722 ; February, $8 80
&HH2H. Ctrn December, Kl J j asked:
Janiaiy, 31,l4'; February, 31fi31;
Maj, 33,4 asked. Wheat January,
83 i February, 83 bid.
A N J NTERNATIONA L QUESTION.
COtllESPIiNDENt'E P.EI.ATtVE TO THE CASE OK
Waruinoton, D.'C. 17. The president,
through the secretary of state, ban replied
to tlie house resolution originated by Ra
prcjriitative Brentiino. calling for all papers
and correspondence "between tins govern
ment ami the government of the
German empire in reference to
the explusinn from thu German empire of
Julius Runnier, u naturalized citizen of tlie
United States, resident of Chicago, while on
a visit to his parents at Munv'cr, in viol
ation of the treaty of 1838. The imperial
minister of foreign alFuirs, in answer to a let
ter of Minister Raynrd Taylor, def ntls the
action of his govern rn-nt jn tlie cas End
says he cannot recognize an obligation to
replaci- iiaiii:!ges incurred, as alleged by
Raunii'f, t limn irli tip? action of the royal
overiiiii"iit at Mun.-ter.
MOM VIOI.KM K IN WISCONSIN.
Mn.WAi'KKK, Wis., December 17. List
night William Chase, the alleged murderer
of Frank Goodhue, was brought from Me
nominee to Chippewa Falls, Wis., und
placed in jail. At ten o'clock a mob broke
into the jail," took Chase out, placed "a rope
around his neck and dragged liimhnlfa
bhs k. when he managed to escape. The
Sentinel special of to-night says Chase was
recaptured at Eau Claire this morning,
nearly dead with fright and cold. The
sheriff has appointed sixty deputies, among
whom arc Lieutenant-Governor Bingham
and General Ginty of the Herald, and will
escort Chase back to Chippewa Falls to
morrow. Chase claims that a partner of his
committed the murder, while Chase's
mother any it was her son. Great excite
HKI.ICS OK THE POMKRANIA.
New Yohk, December 17. The steamer
Cinibriii urrived to-tlay from Hamburg.
Sim has on lsmrd two little German children
the Isiy and girl who were among the pas
sengers saved from the wreck of the steam
ship Pomerania, and identified as children
of Mi's. Steihl. Tho body of Richard W.
Clymcr, son of Mrs. W. B. Clymer, who
was lost, and nephew of Congressman
Hiester Clymer of Pennsylvania, is also on
Uuird the Cimbria.
To Improve tlio Xiivurutioii of tin Mis
(From the htiite Ueijlntcr.)
dipt. Fads' plan of improving the navi
gation of the Mississippi river, by deepen
ing the passes of its mouth, is apparently n
gmt success, and promises to give such
depth tif water in thu passes as will allow
tho largest sea going vessels to reach New
( irleins. In the success of this work every
citizen of thu great Mississippi valley, from
the Alleglianies almost to the foot of thu
Rtx:kics, is interested, because the commer
cial outlet ut New Orleans will tend to
create a home market lor the grain and ment
w hich is produced on this broad expanse of
fertile land. Thu work of building the jet
tics below New Orleans will cost, when
complete, millions of dollars, and this
amount, many jieople will say is well and
property spent if thu desired result isreach
ctl. But there Is an obstruction to the naviga
tion of '.ho Miississippi river which can be
removed without costing the federal treas
ury one dollar, and whicli will bu of more
service to the people of thu west, ami of
the whole country, thai) nil the schemes for
dredging and building jetties which the
best engineers can invent, We refer to thu
ptotective tariff, whicli cufs tiff our foreign
trade, not only from New Orleans but from
nil other seaports. This Uriff prevents
irreat (tiuntitics of manufactured goods and
of raw materials from being shipped to
this country, and It also prevents to a con
siderable extent thu export of our produce.
Roth these facts are of great Intereat to the
people of the agricultural regions, for, on
the one hand, they tire forced to pay higher
pticcs for thu goods they buy, and me also
obliged to accept lower priced for the pro
dncu they icll. A grain dealer said, tho
other day, that lit) could not ulford to buy
grain, even nt the low prlccit at
which it is offered hero becaiKe the
railroads had put up their rates so us
to make all the profit between the prico
here and in the eastern market. Rut it the
tariff obstruction to 'he navigation of the
Mississippi river was removed, the first ef
fect would lie to restore the steamboat in-t'-rcst
to something like ils ante-war posi
tion. Steanilumts, tugs mid barges would
be built to iiinve produce to New" Orleans,
and to bring back the goods shipped there
from foreign ports, and then the railroads
would b unable to dictate rates to Balti
more and New York, as the river route to
New Orleans would, for nine mouths in the
yuur.bo open and in active competition. Wu
tin not share in the prejudice ugainst rail
road companies whicli demagogues have at
t"inpted to create and lost 'r for their own
purposes, but wo insist that the people of
tlie whole country have thu right to free
trade in every direction, and that, with free
trade, all legitimate buiiie.'s will be im
mensely more profituble. tlmn now.
Free tmde would licncfit every interest in
the great s'.ates lying on tint father of wa
ters and its great tiiid littli?trjbuArie. The
ppoplo of Quincy, tor instance, itr urging a
tiingretsional npprnpiiatlon fur thu purpose
of improving the magnilieetit harbor in trout
of that city. They say, if the harlsir was
prop.irly improved, boat-ytinU would be es
taluished there, and thus add largely to tic.'
business and iiiisrt:uic,-' of their city. But
if fr-e trad:! was f stabli -died, it would r rent a
siteh h demand for cruft Ik to naviirate the
rivers its has n-'Ver b.fiie Iieen made, and
the people- of Quincy would, wituout any
congressional uppropriation for a mere local
b 'iietit, find their business immensely in
creitHed and all their facilities fully utilized.
Free trade would speedily put at work
every idle man in the country; it would
cause the banks of the great rivers to be
alive with all the industries of navigation;
it would "niovu the crops'' of the west with
celerity such as hits not yet been exper
ienced, and with a profit not enioyed since
the close of the war. Free trade would in
juru no legitimate business, but would
stimulate and protect nil self-sustaining in
dustries; it would improve and perfect the
navigation of all the great rivers of the
west, ami result in a period of such prosper
ity as the country has never yet enjoyed.
The people of the great west call upon con
gress to improve the navigation 01 ,'tJ
sissippi by itholinhinLr (lie protective tariff
A Foul Murder.
TUB HONKS OK AN ASSASSIN S VICTIM KOUKD
IN A WELL,
(from the San Amonla Expre. Dec. 14.
A lew weeks ago, a .Mexican living on
tit,; S )us. about nineteen miles west of the
city, went to his employer and obtained $3,
which was due hi in. He thereiiiMin went
or said he would ioto the Medina. On the
following Wednesday Mr. Mexican ap
peared at bis home newly clad and with a
brand new six shooter, a new sutldle. new
pair Ictnring ami other hew thinirs. This
sudden rise of the fellow to a condition of
comfort aroused a suspicion on the part
of his neighbors. The election had passed
and it was not thought that the Mexican
had Iieen favored by politicians with the
nitfinif wintibna tfifV-urtUln eliiolk ftu. lil
purchased. He was questioned and stated
that he had won nviuey gambling in ban
Antonia and bought the articles at u pawn
shop. But time sped on, and tint day be
fore yesterday a sou of the man who owned
a certain old well near where the Mexican
was employed, passed near it. There were
evidences of the earth having been dug up
about the brink of the well." which struck
the bov. who proceeded to investigate the
.'.uuse. Tlie bov thereupon left and reported
to his father that there whs u change in this
old well. This Mas last Sunday. The
father repaired to the well and found bur
ied in it the body ot n man in an advance
state of decomposition. This intelligence
was reported to the authorities, and Justice
Shields yesterday repaired to tho place. The
bodv, which was still in tho well, was raisei
to the surface, when nil inquest was held
resulting in a verdict placing the rcsponsi
bility for tho murder upon one Doiuetrio
Ponce, who was found guarded by the cm
The well is only about 300 yards from
the main Castroville road, and 200 yards
from a corn crib where Detnetrio slept o!
nights. There is no house or habitation
save this crib, witlilu a milo of the place
A HtrunL'o horse appeared in the vicinity
nlsiut the time Demetrio was discharged,
and taken up by a man living near by. who
has to this day not found an owner. Every
indication is that tins Mexican met au un
warv traveller, slew him and threw him in
to this well, or, perhaps, murdered some
one who slept with him in the corn crib
The murder, at all events, was most foul
and if the assassin has been found, he
should be hung as high us Hainan.
The Burlington Hawkeyo tells this
"Three years ago a young man graduated
from the West Point military academy and
came west. His soul was ruled with grand
lofty aspirations and lie sought in the un
trodden liehls of activity in this mighty
west room for his soaring genius to plume
itself for flight. He braced his fVct as he
prepared to shake the globe. To-tlay he
is the traveling agent for a C'nclnnuti cor
LrvEK is Kind. The liver is the imperial
organ of the whole human system, as it
controls the life, health and happiness ot
man. When it is disturbed in ils prope
action, all kinds of ailments are tho natural
result. The digestion of food, the move
incuts of tho heart and blood, the action of
the brain and nervous system are nil inune
tliately connected with the workings of the
liver. It has been successfully f.roved that
Green's August Flower is unequalcd In cur
ing all persons ulllictcd with dyspepsia or
liver complaint, and all the numerous synip-
tonis that result from an unhealthy condition
of the liver mid stomach. Sample bottle to
trv, 10 cents, Positively sold in all towns
on the western continent. Three doses will
prove that It Is just what you want.
Ciikw Jackson'i test Sweet Navy To
HATKll AtiMINISTKim HIS
TUB COCVniV STIU. sen-
From tho Alton Democrat,
UhiineV incut and labored elVorf.wliieii urn
to electrify the country and arotmo all the
latent feeling of the Northern peonlo has
Deen maile, uml tho country survive. Tin.
t is, that there is u decided tWIinm in
the North in regard to this Southern tiies
tion, ami that is, tiutt it shall be let alone.
ami that tho laws ot nature and of trade.
as iiiichangeiiiilij those of the Medes
id Per.-i;i!n, shall tttl tin relations be
tween tlie two suctions of the country. Tus
lute ittllietion with which the South Iihs
been visited, has served more than anything
Iso to bring the peoiileof the North ami
South cIok ! together in alsind of union, but
long Detoii! that dread visitation, the no-
fssityot the restorina of trood feeling
belween the sections wal recognized by ill
men who desire to nee busuM"" i'tivt
renewed, and commcrcie.1 inWrt;'ourst re
establishul. Jtw uno tins Impi'r.rfiV'.''
newwities ol -traflti in this conntrv tlutt
the uroduoins and inanufaeturini,'
regions shall not be oiviiie.i by" any bitter
spirit ol sei tionalism. Still m ir:t is it
necessary to the poolc nf tin; North that
the vaii ms industrial interest of the South
shull be fostered and su.t;iii,ed, rather
than crushed and destroyed ::s Sli' V Icivt-
n under negro cans't-bag rule, li' cither
section of thin country ran afford to be in.
'pendent of the oth-r, it is rh.' S'Hith of
the North and not the North of the South.
The people of the North during the past
five veins of bitter rxpciienc ', have learned
that the hannony of the sections is necens
nry U ) buMivsH prosiieritv. More than thnt.
they realize perfectly 'hat the depri'ssed
condition of nil industry in the Smith i.
due to the rule of carpet-bag demagogues',
sustained by the ignorant negro vote, and
that the way to restore order and business
is to give tho white people full control,
and let them carry out to their full frution
the reforms which they have already in
augurated where ever 'they have secured
Tu Kit k is nothing nioro harrowing to
the sympathetic mind than hear a crying
luby. Dr. Bulls Baby Syrup will give
instant relief to the little surlerer. For sale
ut ull drug stores.
from 13 cents up,
Fou the best brands ot old hatid-inade
Sour and Sweet Mash Whiskeys, go to
SrtX KFl.KTH ii BltOSS.
Ed. A. Bt UKii has the largest stix k of
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Silverware and
Musical Instruments ever bnught to Cairo.
We have a line of linen handkerchief
that will bear inspection. We guarantee
them 23 per cent less than similar goods
can he bought in this city.
O. Haytuohs & Co.
Don't onil" your, luiliduy. purchases ,
uuta you visit tho establishment of Ani
hross Pyatt. He has a great many
articles, useful and ornamental, that yen
will buy on sight, when you learn the aston
ishingly low figures.
Tu n Cairo Turner Society will give mi
entertainment on Christmas night, consist
ing of pantomime.accrobatic and other spec
ialties, to which all are invited. After tin'
performance there will be a social dance.
By tinier of Committer.
Beactv and woiith arc combined in the
grand "Climax" base-burner stove. Mica
doors, nickel-plated fenders und ornaments.
The handsomest and best heating stove in
the market, and the "Grand Charter Oak"
cooking stove has not its equal in any mar
ket. It is complete in all its departments.
Both for sale by C. W. Henderson, 104
Ciiuistmas Oiianoks, Erc.-Just received,
30 cases choice Louisiana Oranges, choice
Malaga Raisins, choice. Michigan cider.
Ohio cider, cream cheese, pigs feet, per
keg and per half barrel, C nuts per 100 und
hogsheud, Malaga and Messiink lemons for
the holiday. Also to urrivo December 20,
50 bills choice coast selected oranges, by
bbl and box, very fine, ' expressly for the
city trade. S. E. WILSON.'
83 Ohio Levee.
At the packing liousa of Ilinkle,
Thistlewood & Moore, on Commercial uv
enve, one hundred hogs a day are cut up,
consequently pigs' feet, spafi'-rihs, back
I nines and other trimmings are (or sale iu
large or small quaiitilies, at utmost "give
away" prices. The firm are putting ui
very flue new lard in small packagen, for
family use. Tn Oilo iliey Invlic Sce-ltl i
Impoiitant to those wishing tosuvc mon
ey in purchasing their winter boots iind
shoes. We have on hand und are still re
ceiving, a complete assortment of men'.
Iioots und shoes, all styles and sizes, of the
best St. Louis and Cincinnati hund-mudo
goods, whicli wo sell lower limn ever be
fore, find lower than like goods win be ob
tained iinywhcro in the city. Wo ulso
have a gisul lino of ladies slmes of tho best
manufacture, from a fine kid sewed, to n.
courso grain pegged shoe, nil sizes, sold
very close. We especially call the attention
of liiilies (wishing to make their hus' amis
holiday presents) to our fancy sllk-woikeil,
hnnil-sewod men's slippers, just received.
Very nice for holiday presents. Sold
verv rhritn. at C. Kocil,
No. U0 Commercial
Fifth and Sixth street.