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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 22, 1878.
NEW SKHIICS NO. i.V
TI MIXTA III. K.
,-ilval uml Departure of Truius.
ILLINOIS CKNTKAI. HAILH'LVD. ,
y:iM p. mi. 1 :1c. p. in.
" l:iU in. II Vii.lu.
., :an p. hi. p.m.
Ai 1(0 AN I) V i.S' KN S KH HA I LKOA I).
1(l;im p.m. 4:43 a.m.
tJsl'l.''M.'.Nt bOUTIIKHS HAII.KHAI).
.... :' a in. S i in.
cuioY and'st. i.oris uailkoad.
ch Ksprvai :IS.m. M 'a m.
hvidmro Aixoiiiniodalion U:i ni. :l&p.in.
:ir)t Huuday. thxcpl Holiday.
a. iir.vcK.- hoots anh shoo,
NKHAl, UiaiVKItY n!ii a.m.; clo'!
..'.ill n in fcumliiv: K t(l 'J I. ni.
ricy Order Department open lit 8 . ni.; rlu"
i. in. , .
uul'Ii Expr."" Miim vii liliriom i enimi u
n.lpi.l Central Kallrnada c) l I'.an.p. "'
r. mni I'onlar UluS T li ruu'.'li uU Wy AIull
at tviMft p. in. ,..
y Mail vU inl Central. Calm and ln
a mid .Uia.aijipl Central Kallrouda tliwo l
y Ms-ll f'r Narrow Oauo Itullmad cloaca at
roand Kvan.villn Liver K.mlu tlo' a l :.
dtiy i-tt Kriday)
LLNOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Prepare for the Holidays!
We limp decided to nink! our una! Holiday illxplnv immediately. In nnlr r in nt.vli.Hi the Inronvi lil. in
nf idiopplnu UiirlnK ih'! week pruwdliix ChrUtnu". So our iii-toiiers will II ml many altructlona ur
BOOTS suid SI I OES
In every drpiirlim lit. Our Mock l Hip
Liirucest and Finest Ever Shown in the City !
Noone.il they will coumlt Un lrnwii lul. r. l. will tniy one duPnr'a rlli of IiIk mid Shoes, null
they haie mill our
Immense Slock 5111(1 Lclll'JK'd Qui' I 'rices'.
We ran al lettM mv ou twenty-live rent on every dolliir, heald" vou ill have the advantage of nur
LAUGH STOCK AND ELEGANT STYLES
Toavleil from. Note Hip follow in;; 1'rl"' T.irl. at"l rail ami "it Hi" wood mcrlli-pil.
MARKETS BY TELEORAPII
LivKKi'fM)!,, Dicciiittcr 21. 2:00 p. u.
Wlicitt qiiift Winter, tin H(sl'. Spring.
7sCi0 4'l; Culil'iniiii uvcrar, !).
U Od; Culif.irniu cMi, !Js odii'Jn Oil.
tirn new 'WsfriJils :M.
NKW YOI'.K OKA IS.
Xkw York, IKwrnljur 21, 12:02 r. m,
Whi.'iit quiet CliicH!,"), 00(07; .
2 Milwaukee, !)C,$1 00; IA "Winter.
tlOOeilOSJi; No. 2 lied Winter, $1 OH;
No. 2 Amlrcr, $1 01?.,'. Corn-Quiet
steamer, W 'o. SI, 43; o. 2, 4;'f.
Shortwt unil Quickest Koute to
t',. Joviis and Chicago
ilE (inly road ronnlni'lwodally tralnn from f'alro
lakliit; ulrw t coiinm'imii ."'' "'-
TKAim LVI! 11101.
0 1. m. : Kat rxyrm. arriving lu Ht. Looii' ":'Ji
.: C'UicKio r,::m. in.
i(i ii. in. CINCINNATI LOriSVII.LK
I i 'I' l I V L'
rlrlu"ln Cincinnati atT.K) a. in ; I.oiiicvlllp,
a.m.; lndiauaiiulin 4:lfi a.m. Vsnpn J
train arrive at above poluta
12 TO 'M HOURS IN ADVANCE
Of any olhrr route.
I - n m. Knt Mail, with lwp-rlt. hfd. for
r) hT l.oriHanii CHICAliO. arriving In M.
la it : a. m ; Chicaio at p. ni ciu;t
(itixlln or Kdlu;'liru for Cincinnati. IiuIpvIiId
FAST TIME EAST.
Vccvvrvi'Cb' "' ,ln' " ,ir"u-h
li.MirUOt,; the Karl without any
r paii-d hv Sunday liit'Tvnm. 'I'Iip Satnr-
an. rnoon tfaln In-ni Cairo arriv- In Spw ork
,rlv niornlnu at IliriV 'I hlrty i-ii lioor. in ail-
l of any othir MUf.
Vr- AdvprlWHiinpnia of roinp. lln 1Iiip that thPT
t h.-it.-r time than thl" "i. nr- t-n il rlth'T
'yh i 'lioram-p or a ili-i-iri- to nil-li-ud th- iuill;.
r thMiWh tl' ki'U and Infornialion app;y al llii
j. LVutral Kiillrod d'-l-'t. air".
TKAIN.S AKltlVK AT CAIUO:
jAi. jollNSuN. tM-n'l Miutln-rn An I.
II. JON KS, Ticket Atf-ut.
Mpii'i ulroiiu wnikini: no'
Vi n i" lroui! kip Ii'kiIk
Mi'U liouii' in uilc kip Immi:
Mi'ii'n calf hoots
M'-n'ii calf hand uiail.! looi
Mi'ii.n calf hand iiiihIp wil boot
Mi-n'a calf Horn fvdro
Men ' calf All-it
M' li calf hand mad;
.M'-n'a hand i-mnrold'-ri'd lim-r .
I..iili ' hand i-nihroldi-ri-d alipppra.
I.adi'-a' niorocco n-wi-d Iiik.-
. I '. -X no
,. i :ii:t. :i m
, -J i".. a Vi
.. : itt.r, :t .Vi
. !i ! ' III Kl
I l.ailiiV kid ulili-lnrt; t I
: 1 .,11,..' Llil I.iiii.iii I
I l.adli'p' C kid. iiuliiiii. doth top. -i '
I.hiIIih' Kn-nrh li'iiiuii. i loth t"P :
' MI.p.p' t'iiod iiflikr klii'l"tv;'."lr p'r pair l-p.
' I Killr,.n'M ii.iiriM-i-ii nr kill !ilrH
1 rtf.t. : ill I hlldn n inonic tu ur kid, if to l".,
1 7V,r, H Kl llny'a kli lioolf
S -Stii, H fil : Hoy 'a calf houli....
1 r.V.i, i 'Hi , Votith kip ho"l
1 i.V'f, i li ! 1 hll'lri'il V kill boota
1 id , t hlldn ii a calf liootp
1 :,! in
j iik.i. :i (ii
1 SVj, 1 .'II
1 IIKTi 1 .'ill
n lack's city si roi srro:ni
1 do coy i . 1 1: nc a t a.vexue.
A D V A. X T A G K S O 1
lAlUO tV: ST. LOUIS K. li-
mrti'st Line to St. Louis!
UK train, hv thl road fonnprt at St. Ixinia and
Kan M. Iui with all oth-r liii. Mo Hie r.Ai.
I:'! II AMI fOl'IH-
u I....-,.. Cairn IrtMila.m.
rou:-.! .- m-M arriv.-a at K:t M. l.oi.l'
firtihh.ro airominixlalioii Irava I alro J JM'. m.
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THE FAMILY SAFEGUARD!
Over other R 'tilled I'lixltlets of I'etrolelllll
FOIi A LI. ll.liU.MINATLG PURPOSES
Curey are talking of orgiiui'.iii' ti thick com- VorTio: cm , itn.i.i: n.
puny, tor the piirpoKi! til luilhnr lin'Re ;J
tnree-Ntory otitiiiuifr, tlie riMt Hikic to ne j
UHcd iik n Htorti room, the necoriil 'n "pttr.i- j
house, anil the tUiid us u o.mucil room or
1 1 ii lire room.
"O! In an- utiul new i- pi lo c.;rn.
Ol hit in .111 iiiir Unil niVr nr dried.
The di'it'l. iliuuji ihey ili jiurt. retnrn,
Aa though Hii-r hr.il nut died."
I'll" Milijcel ni' this nliitiinry is n vounir
fin.. A-w l-i.l w.-i.l.- fv .li.liM llvteilM. !l
weiillhv i'.iriiier, living few milts northwest I ''"'S -V1;,r.v A. Sweeney. Inii in ('air...
of town, in Edwards comity, hired u trump ' Jan. 21th, H;,S;,ied Nov. 1 llh, Tin
painter to do some paintiiio mill .'lainini,' for; Hliul devotion n' this vmin ladv watni'v
him. II'! took the tramp lnuou in tlie even-. . .,.,. ,, , , ..,," . . ,'
... 1 , , ,. . . j eviiipian , tier inn ii r I avini; liei n strii k-
in. ;ave luni his hiipper, and a hod tosli-cp : , ,, . f
in. During the night the train p hurlari.'.d '' w,t'' .V1 1 " ! r duriiif,' the prevalei.c
the house, takir.o; h tine wun h, u mit l' t the dreadful m 11111. n our inidt, t!d
1 lotlirs, nml nearly fifty dollars in money, j nut.lc; daiiiter p rKird, with untiring ze:.:
mnoimiin , an 10 near. y one imn rwi i n- :.. ..,.., ...... 1KirN ,., , ,., - ,
lurs. At lat necoimts no trace of tlin thief
had Ijet'll found.
llll.'VIO tiHAIN AND 1'1101I CK.
CuicAiio, December 21. 10 a. m. C ifii
January, DO'doM ; May,:llTg, sal. s. Pork
January, 7 (l.'i asked; Pilii'iiary, 7 75
nsked. Wheut Ja.'iu iry, bi1,' hid; 1'eh-
ruary, HI ;j b: l.
Ciiifvni), Decemher 21.12:00 P.dk
Januury, f7 'li hid; February, $7 07J
hid. Corn .lanimiy, :i0,7-u('V,31 ; Fi'liruiir,1
SI1.': May, )'. Wheat January, 'i-i iked;
ClIK'A'io, December 21, Ciosiii',' Whent
nominal DccemW, 02;' f ; January. w:i)u'
)id: Febni iry, H:l1i asked. Corn--I)ecrni-
ber, bid; January, !M bid; February,
Jl.i4l.id; May, y. bid. Pork December,
ffi :J7, 2'; Jiiriuury, 7 (i07 U23'; Feli
ruary 7 70 bid.
MCKI'IlVHIlOltO, JACKIN t:Ot NTV.
W lire pained tolearu that our old friend
and neighbor, Hielinrd Jitll'rey, was badly
burned by the lire damp, (iras), in the
l'inkneyville mines, but ' we liopu ho will
soon recover. We learn it was narrow
escupe from death. Wc hope to hrar of n
thorough investigation has been .iHlJ
1,. 1 li.. 1 n nj.i.fi .,' 1 il' III', mi 111 u nu til tllf i'.lll
. ,iu ..fit... 1..,,. . ,.,1 ;i'i'.m,l I., l.i. ! sad
1 , j ... 1 , iin.iiin 'i lili: 1. tu, i.i.ii 1.
in restoring her to her Usiinl state of healti,
Then the faitlifiil dniighter, whose d' lii.;,r.
lVame had b.'en ovi'i'taxed, fell 11 victim t
tlic drwad destroyer herself. In tracing tic
virtues of this young treasure it is to b--fearml
tho grief of the berhved jmrents
will Im awaki'DMl, for truly s!v W'H tbi..
light A!ld joy of tlieir old age. Vet th'.
task mii,t be faithfully performed.
.. . 11 1 . . 1 1;... . 1 1 .1
a irniss ii'-glect ol tll'Ma.v, was Hie cunv, - neaiuiiui aim euiiMiiv, inuceu. was i;.e
that the guilty be punished, and the victim ,1,,1, f '( hi,j f Mary." In InT t.e
r reive th;m.'.g:'s. I trlll)l f ti:. ,.1:re, As you live, so will
Toler vs. Ellieiton, ronti s(. on tlieelivlion I y,,. ,W j ri ti ' 1 . S!f w.:t pos'ssed of
otMi. rili; wjw ctille.i lal Momh;y in the ; (J. .hi,ul;i,. vnl, , ,,.
county court, law t-rni, anil went ut to uie
circuit court for trial. We now learn that
all legal proceedings have been stopped in
tl.iicas.' nud the (.uit withdrawn in con
Biderution of Etherton paying Toler ijwUO.
DECISION IN THE EAST ST. LOUIS
Hiai.Kvn.i.K, III., December 20. Judge
U'ull to-day rendered his decision in the
fjiio warranto case against the East St. Louis
police commissioners. Judge Wall virtually
dei'ides the law ereHtiiig lmiice commis
sioners iiml taking the local government
out of the hands of the citizens and taxpay
ers is mieon-titution d, and that th" assent
or nc(i;icM'ei!(".' of u branch of the city y"V
cruni' iit to law does not cure the de
fect. In rendering his decision. Judge
Wull stated tout he had submitted his con
clusion's to Judge Watts who fully con
riirred. SOUTHERN ILLINOIS NEWS.
:V a in.
b 'ti a.m.
TMf l.'Af lil.'PTIIB Cairo and !t
Mgil npr- leave ..apt i. i.oui
t.lliuh pxunraa arrive" ai
rpln-horo ai-.c h-av-a Murph.hor.i
ruhyalMiro acr. arrives at Cairo
Kailroad l the "lily All
1L HOCTK In tween ( niro anil M. Uoun- uiin.-r
, uianwment'. H.ereforP there arc no ( W l
f .utloi.a awaltltie connection- from other lln .
1 ... Ni.rlh. Northea-t and W.-t
.nld uol buy their tickets until they have exam-
d our rnt'-a aiel roui'-a.
I.. M JollNSON. (leneral Manitfcr.
T W It ITI OCK. I'ai"ielii'r Al"'Ii1- ...
JNa It WINSTON. Kndplitjtifenl.
II fctjiji- Li H'M 1 in;
wyfa. w w- -w v
hit mi Tilt! KIIOKTKST
1 Jil 1 IAj i;v.iiiviiii
V7 M 1 Ll'i vii i.K. CINCINNATI. UAL
KIIOKTKST TO I. IT"
MOlli: AND WASHINGTON.
i lfTl rVTHK HHOltTKSTTO INIHAN
i 311 LES A'(I,si,l'lllUAt)Iil.l'IIIA.NtW
illK .'.NI liOSToN
SIX nouns SAVED
r traiua of all nth" roulea maklii! the
rr PnpapiitfeiT ny oiti- r roui''-10 iwn'
ma mupl rule an mum. "" ' "", . ,
lira at small country utiilioua for Hams of ton
V f I T P in ?TI I K V A CT nml -" nu r 4 :
1AI IjAI IlPilia. ni. train, rein-hliii hvn
.1. ....11........0U i iiii-iiiiiiiil mid I.oulfv lll cami!
I .,' 'lYiilns leave 'and arrivu at Cairo a Mm
rilJ li-nv.. '.PKiiiituu'
riirouih tickets' and'ciio'cU to all important
"a'mm.i.fk kosvi:i.i. MiT.t.r.it
tien l las. A-.'pnl. t.enernl Sup
I.. II. ClIl'llCII. ruaseimer A;elit.
Perkins who hav -n"ithr time nor inclination to investigate the peculiar merits of the
various grades of Unfilled Petroleum, ask why
K ;l. a r n jh !
THE FAMILY S A F E ( J U A J 1) OIL
li0: Fahrenheit Fire Test.
1, Safer and Fx iter than Oile r Oils; It is because Elaine
cannot m; f:xplodf:d i
And is the very Hiohest Orade of Illuminating Oil from which, in the process of
manufacture, Ev.rv Impurity Has lieeii Elliminated. Elaine is Free from
Hi'iizine and i'aratline. 'in Color. Elaine is Spring Water White,
and its " Fire Test" is So High ns to make it as Absolutely
Safe us any llliuniimnt Known. Having No Dis
agreeable Odor, Elaine is 11 Pleasant Oil
For Family Use.
IT I)Oi:s NOT INC RUST Till) WICK!
And thus is avoided its Frequent Hetriinining.
CAUTION should be used in the purchase of Elaine, as its great und growing
popularity has induced the introduction of imitations.
ASK FOR IT. FSE NO OTHER OIL IX Y01T1 LAMPS!
V 1 IO L i :s A 1 i ACi I'lXTS,
ITKMS OK NKIOIIIlOItlUMiD NKWS, KXTItACTKl)
I UOM Ol lt NKUillilOKINfl I.XCIIANOKS.
;T. I,f I. M. & SOUTIIEliX.
apreaa leavpa Calm dally
vpn'aa urrivca at Cairo dally
HYKIXW A XI) niCXHVATIXO.
, ri;IHI mil.
M)U11 OLD CLOTHES
CX 11 M HBALTIl'ei.I.t
)Vi:i) Oli JlKl'AIHKl)
At n TiIIHiik Lxpcnse- 0. 0. I).
HAS. SIIFiLLKY, NO. 0 ZIGHTII ST.
ItT Ladle ar.J Ueula' old h'i'. utile uuw
TEW YORK STOltE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITV
COODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
Cur. Nliiptpomli atrert and (,
C. O. PATIEU & CO.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Hlzhcbt Cash Trice I'ahl for WLoat.
VIKSKA, JOHNWIN J'OCS'TY. -
Col. U. A. Peter, of Metropolis, is a enn
didat!: fur n'pi'esent.itiva of the Fifty-first
district. lie has been in our comity the
present week fueling of the public pulse.
Massac county claims she has the right to
name the man to fill this position, nud
In nce lu.ve put out Mr. Peter.
L. W. Co-land, of Joppn, was in our
city Wednesday. He reports the death of
Mark Adkinsoii, of Ash Kidge, who, on last
Saturday, was thrown from a loud of oats
by the running away nf it team, ami almost
instantly killed. The fatal in cident oc
curred on the farm of J.S. Copehmd, father
of the widow Wright, of our place.
Oliver Morse, who is now under indict
ment ns accessory to the killing of J. O.
Bradshaw, Ik came involved in a difficulty
at Dongolu w ith a couple of boys the other
day, and was badly used up with a knife.
.lONF.SllOIll), UNION COf.MT.
Hon. W.J. Allen favored us with a visit
on last Tuesday. He is in good health.
He charges his defeat entirely to the Na
tionals, who hoodwinked enough Democrats
into the support of Davis to accomplish bis
defeat. He is in attendance lit the circuit
court and will remain during the week.
Mr. Paul Dil'.ow, of Springville, h ft in
this olliee on Thursduy 11 piece of rock
which contains blossom" that indicates
the presence of lead or silver in the land
where it was picked up on tne larm ol
Mr. Samuel Dillow, three quarters of a mile
west of Springville. .Mr. Paul Dillow says
that his farm is also lull of it.
One day last week, a man by the name
of Morris, from near Mt. Pleasant, came to
Dongolu, itud by night succeeded in getting
whiskey enough iiihinitoiimkehlni disposed
to raise a fuss with some body. He soon ac
complished that ol j 'ct by slapping a boy,
by the name of Will George, in the face,
which feat brought the boy's brother Char
ley to the front ami ended in said brother
slabbing said Morris 11 few times with a
knife. He was taken to the Home hotel and
Drs. Harmes and William were calhd in,
who pronounced one of the cuts to be quite
HAHKIsni llH, SALINE COUNTY.
W. H. Hover, of the law firm of Morris &
Buyer, of Elizabethtown, has located in
Harrisburg. Mr. Boyer is a clever gentle
man, and a good lawyer, and we are pleased
to gain such men as citizens.
The price of pork in our market is so low
that the fanners prefer to sell on foot or
salt it down at home. But little doing in
the packing business this week; price $2.2.'
to 2..V) per 100 pounds net; gross per 100
pounds, ij.2.15, for heavy hogs.
OUAWII.LK, WIIITK COUNTY.
A neighboring minister says ho has of
ficiated at the marriage of but 0110 couple
the past year, and they paid him noMiing,
stayed t dinner, as it wits a rainy day, und
borrowed his umbrella and " te."at when
they left, which Im has f v e.
A number of our ;n...ic, epin'". citizens,
among them Felix .md Luk- A . ' . W.U.
Wheatcroft, Dr. U. 11. Cook.) .oel Opt. A.
SHAWNKUTOWV, (1AI.I.ATIN COUNTY.
The authorities of Shawneetown appear
to look after violators of the city ordinances.
The Local Record says:
'Eight individuals took lodgings in the
calaboose Saturday night, charged with be
ing drunk and iMsorde'rly, and still it was
not a good day for the boys to get on a
grand 'hoo doo'."
An employe at the Bowlesville coal
mines, while going down the decline at the
tip, fell and received such injuries ns to
cause his death. a day or so afterwards.
LivK.it is Kino. The liver is the imperial
organ of the w hole hitman system, us it
controls the life, health and happiness ol
111:111. When it is disturbed in its proper
action, nil kinds of ailments are the natural
result. The digestion of food, the move
ments of the heart and blood, the action of
the bruin and nervous system are nil imme
diately connected with the workings of the
liver. It has been successfully . roved that
lireeu's August Flowvr is uncquulcd in cur
ing all persons afflicted will: dyspepsia or
liver complaint, and ail the numerous symp
toms that result from an unhealthy condition
of the liver nml stomach. Saninle bottle to
try, 10 cents. Positively sold in all towns
on the western continent. Three doses will
prove that it is just what you want.
OuoTKiof nil kinds, very tine,, tor culc
bv O. Havth.'irn & Co.
I qualities ol which main' voimg ladies 11,
well be proud, and these, U " call truly s:.y,
went perf'-cted bv tin- Sisters nf ..retfn Ac
ademy, of which instit iii.i;) she w is a pupil
since early childhood. In life sh:' was a
member of the Sndalit v of the ll'icssed Virgin
Mary, mid we I rn-t unite who read tl:i
humble testimonial to her worth, will fail in
their devi d !oii;d exercises, to pray for this
shining star that has li ft our midst, and
gone to spread her splendor in regions fur
more bright than this. Many are the
mourning friends; yet in their sorrow tin y
are consoled with the hope thai their darl
ing is in Heaven. Consolation do I say?
Yes, more than that. They deem theiit
selved blessed to think (iod, in His 1111
lMiunded wisdom, considered her wor! in
to take to His heavenly home, in till her
purity, youth and simplicity, imniarrcd and
unalloyed. In her conve.4i!ion her lan
guage was always chaste, governed by ihnt
beautiful virtue, charity. She hud just
reached the meridian of life, and was be
ginning to diffuse her benign influence,
when death came and snatched her from
us. It is consiiling to re licet that in life
she was always pure and good, young ami
beautiful; ami as such we can r.-inenibcr
her in death. Oh! parents; be resigned,
for you know your child is with her Father
and her King; and our Blessed Mother,
whose faithful child she was in life, in. n
crowns her in everlasting glory.
Said the ma to Die. V'tor, "Sure, sir, t
only know of one good medicine for tti
kibv, and that is Dr. Hull's Baby Syrup."
Wic are offering Lupins best 40 inch Cash
meres in colored worth $1 for 75 cents. A
Great Bargain. Sn.wiT, Eighth street.
A sue kndii) line of linen and silk hand
kerchiefs, ladies' and gents' tics, etc., at all
prices, for the holiday trade at W. E. Ghol
son's. No necessity for sending to other cities
for Jewelry, Diamonds and other holiday
goods. Under has an immense stock, and
will furnish them lit eastern prices.
Foit the largest and best selected stock
of Liquors, Wines and Cordials of all kinds,
to be found in Southern Illinois, go' to
Stockki.ktii it Duoss.
A. II ally is the principal dealer in stoves,
tinware, etc., of Cairo. His stock is the
largest and finest ever offered in Southern
Illinois, and his prices ate us low as the
Thk largest stock of rubber overshoes tu
be found 111 the city at O. Haylhoin & (Vs.
Black and white, gold and silver rucli
ings. for sale by the yard at W. E. t!hi i
son's. Foil the he.st brands ol old huiid-uia''e
Sour ainl Sweet Mash Whiskeys, go to
SlOCKl'I.KTIl k Hiioss.
En. A. Ili iiuu has the largest stock of
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Silverware and
.Musical Instruments ever br.mght to Cairo.
Call at Ed. Buder's, corner of Eighth
street and Washington !;venue, und hxik
t '.rough his stock of Jewelry and Silver
ware. It will repay a visit.
Tin-, largest and best stock nf stov
tinware and all articles pertaining to the
trade, at prices to' suit the purchaser, at
Amuiiosk Pyatt has not been uninind-; In order lo reduce slock by tho first of
fnl of the uDiiroach of the holidays, and I Januarv wj will offer extra inducement in
in order to supply some of the demands
of the occasion, he has laid in a very at
tractive stuck of photographic albums, auto
graphic albums, embossed pictures, picture
books, and numerous other articles that will
form a p.trt of the supply that will be pro
vided for nearly every house in the city.
On rubber overshoes, we give special
prices to close for the. season.
o. IIaytiious it Co.
At the packing house of Hinkle,
Thisttewood & Moore, on Commercial av
enve, one hundred hogs a day are cut up,
consequently pigs' feet, spare-ribs, back
bones and other trimmings are for sale in
large or small quantities, nt almost "give
away" prices. The linn are putting up
very fine new lard in small packages, for
family use. To this they invite special at
tention. I 1 E XlliU A liT F. IIS
for good well made, well trimmed, well
sewed, fashionablo cut and neat fitting
Clothing is at
61 Ohio Levee.
This house has established the reputation of
selling the iiI'.st 0000s for tlin money, of
any house in tho city. Every garment
marked in plain hiouuhs.
Don't complete your holiday purchases
until you visit the establishment of Am
brose, Pyalt. Ha has a great many
articles, useful and ornamental, that you
will buy on sipht, when you learn the aston
ishingly low figures.
all classes of dry goods during the holidays.
An elegant line of Collars and Cull's, Liid'u '
and Gents' Ties and Handkerchiefs, togeth
er with an immense varieties of Fumy
Goods bought expiessly for the Holiday
trade will be displayed on Monday morti
ing at pi iei s to speedily ( lose them nut.
Sri'AHT, Eighth Street.
CiiuisTMAS OiiAMiKs, Etc .-Just received.
:() cases clinic.' L'uisiana Oranges, choice
Malaga Idiisins, choice Michigan cider.
Ohio cider, cream cheese, pigs leet, per
keg and per half barrel, C nuts per I Oil and
hogshead, Malaga and Messina lemons fi r
the holiday. Also to arrive December 20,
J)0 bbls choice coast selected oranges, by
bid and box, vi ry line, expressly for th"
city trade. ' S.E.WILSON.
XI Ohio Levee.
Nl'.W OVSTf.il llo AT THK EntOI'Ftl
HoTKi.. Harry Walker has opened an vj
ter box at his European hotel, in order to ac
commodate ladies und children with oyslcta
during the holidays, which will be sold 'J
the following low prices : First Brand.
cents; Second Brand, !10 cents; Third Urniid,
2.1 cents. On these brands I defy competi
tion as I do not have them put up to mak
large profits upon, but buy Ih' in from fin'.-ela-s
houses in Boston. S ml your nrden
at dice. Orders by posta' car l will reeclvt;
prompt attention and delivery.
Hmiiiv Wai hurt.
A Holiday present of a pair of !W
shoes in these hard tini" would l? an ap
propriate gilt; sold by O. Il iythoin it (V