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Commercial Aveuue aud Eighth Street
F. BHOSS. President. I P. NPP. Vice Pres'nl
H. WKU.8, Cashier. T. J. Kertn, Ass't cash
F. Bros Cs'ro I William Kliiie. .Cairo
Peter Neff " William Wolf.... "
t:.M Oeterloh " I C. 0. Patier "
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A UBJiJSRA'. BANKING BUSIN8S8 DONE.
Ixehange told and bonirht. Intoroit paid It
the Mating! Department. Collections made tad
all holiness promptly attended to.
136 & 138 Com'l Ave.
have received a full and complete Una
ot new Full and Winter
Cloaks, Dolmans, Notions, Etc.
A heavy stock of Body Brussels, Taper
tries and Ingrain
A foil slock of Oil Clothe, all sites and price.
Clothing & Gents' Furnish'g Goods
A fall and complete stocK ti now being
Closed out at great bargain! .
A.11 tt-oods At Bottom Price!
J. . I
. For Sale by
AN APPREHENSIVE CHINA
He ii Fearful for the Fate of Ameri
cana and European! in Canton.
The Raoe for the St. Louis PoBtoffice
Developing Much Acrimony Among
A PhlladelphlanWhoMarrlei a Trea
ty Jewess and Tiret ot
Buokner on the Tariff-Eversjladet Ei
plored-A Hard-Fought Pnae-Fight
Other Interesting Items
of Newt. -
A bUsasuati'a Apprrbessalerss.
Ntw York. Dec. lO.-Dr. A. R. Piatt
American CodhuI at Ciieefoo, Cbica, d
spending a few dnji bere. He has lived
eighteen yean in Cblna and is well ac
quainted with tbe situation tbeie. He
aided to reporter to-day be felt tbe
'.reateit anxiety for tbe safety of bis family
1 1 Canton nmoe news lias arrived of a mob
destroying the Chrmtian cbapel.
"I tbe situation really to grave?"
-"Yen. A mob la likely to rjaaore tbe
bole foreign population any moment, for
the feeling ia very bitter. Tbe Government
doc all It cau to preserve order, but In
lucti an event it could not protei.-t tbe for
igneri. The Chinese are terribly fanatical.
I' war waa declared wltb France tbe Amer-
loins and Eurpans living In Canton will
b in a fearful boaltlon."
Tbe Race for a Poetofflee.
St. Louis. Dec. 10. A local evening pa
per aayi, a friend of Mr. George NY. Flab-
back telegraph a St. Louis Congreaaman to
ee tbe President and secure Mr. Fish-
back's appointment as Postmaster of this
:ity on the grounds: firvt, that be is an
original freesoller, aud second, that tbree
of bis competitors for tbe place, Messrs.
Wells, Bennett and Rogers, are beer house
polltlcans, with neither political or social
standing. In plain, old-fasblned Ssxon
English, this is simply a He. Of tbe three
gentlemen mentioned, Senator Rogers is tbe
only one who can, under tbr broadest con
struction, be ranked as a professional poli
tician; of tbe tbree there is not one but has
bnter qualifications for Postmaster than
toatcf ielng aa "original freesoller;" and
ot tbe three there is not one but ba social
and political standing fully equal to that of
Mr. George W. Flsbback. When Mr.
Flsbbaok next offers up a prayer for tbe
benefit of bis candidacy, be sbould put in a
pstltlM to be delivered from bis friends.
Ieaertecl His Darling.
Philadelphia, Deo. 10. Tbe prolonged
.ibsenoe of Henry Myers, wbo for two years
has held tbe position ot olork of the United
States rendexvoua, provokes much adverse
i-rltlcism. In 1881 be fell in love with Lena
Htiris, a belle In Hebrew circles. Shortly
nfter their marriage he ran into debt for
iioard and pawned bis household furniture
and removed to a cbeap hotel. On Novem
ber 27, on a plea of going to Washington on
fflcial business, be left bis wife at ber par
ents' residence, and be has not since been
l:eo. It now transpires tbat be is heavily
in debt. It is alloyed tbat an over fondness
for tbe gaming table wrought bis ruin. De
teotlves wbo are seeking bis whereabouts
report tbat he has another wife in Baltimore
ind tbat be bas sailed for London, wherelie
balls from, his real name being Blankinsee.
The Tax on Tobacoo.
Washington, Dec. 10. There are indi
cations tbat tbe tobacco people luteod to
ask for tbe removal of the entire tax on to
baooo this session. One of the most suc
cessful of last session's tobacco lobbyists is
bere to-day looking over tbe field. He
thinks the effort will probably be made,
though be bas not yet been a canvass of tbe
House to see whether it can be carried. If
it can be carried by tbe Republicans and
tb blgh tariff Democrats, tbe tobacco trade
will probably ask tbe removal. It there Is
doubt about tbe success of the effort, they
will probably ask nothing.
Bean It ot Praetlcal Joke.
Youngstown, Deo. 10. John McGIn
nls, aged 16, with two other lads, was en
gaged late last night in playing practical
jokes on the flagman at S belby Station, on
tbe Ashtabula and Pittsburg railroad. The
watchman started to catcb tbe trio, and
young McGinn!, being excited, ran in
front ef a fast-moving freight train. He
was thrown down, aud tbe engine and fif
teen ears passed over him, causing Instant
death. Tbe body was terribly mangled,
his bead, both arms and one leg cut off and
scattered along the track.
A Miaslng Crook.
Bock Island, III., Dec. 10. Davenport
comet to the front with a sensational affair
such as hat occurred In St. Louis and other
cities, the disappearance of a young maid
en of about 16, named Allle Crook. She
bid not been seen or heard from since 7
o'clock Saturday evening. Various rumors
art afloat In regard to her disappearance,
but tbe general opinion is tbat she bas
sloped, having endeavored to do to before.
The police bave been notified, but there
have been no tidings of tbe lost one.
Death In the Vat.
CHATTANOOdA. Tenn., Due. 10.
James Gillespie met a horrible death Sat
urday evening, at the Lookout Rolling-mill.
Wbile boiling fire-clay In a large vat be lost
his footing and fell Into the liquid, being
ubnier'cd to tbe shoulders. Belore he
ould be extricated be was literally boiled.
His f)( sh became soft nnd half cooked and
aun; in flakes. His MifWtngs were fright
A Miner'. MtMforlnnft.
fort in. Mo., le 10. Saturday at
H cndii Cny, J -lata OMcr, u tinner in tbe
P'TUnui'l P fker tnlii"!', wus wry unfor
i! n,ii . Wiiiii- wu king In i lie mines a
i mvi Imii ili-i ii'i ' ii 1 1 .us ii'iin I U'i top of
.M N. ,i '..wi in iii.i brad and
i ' ! Ninv. His es-
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ILLINIUM, TUESDAY ttOKJUM. DECEMBER 11.
fell Irons Railroad Bridge.
' Cartuaub, Mo., Deo. 10. Yesterday
afternoon Racey Young, a ton of Col. J.
M. Young, one of our leading citizens, fell
from a Missouri Pacific Railroad bridge
near town, breaking one of bis lees and
sustaining other severe but not serlout In
juries. Tb Work of Deaperadoea.
Tucson, A. T., Dec. 10. News bas
been received of a terrible tragedy whlrb oc
curred near mldnl?bt on Saturday night at
Bisbee, a large camp near Tombstone. Five
men, well mounted, rode Into the camp,
and entered a ttore kept by A. A. CaM ana
da. Soon firing was beard, wbiuh contin
ued for some timo, 100 shots at lewt being
discharged. J. C. Tappiener, the assayer
at tbe Copper Queen mine, and D. T.
.Smltb, a rancber from Sau Pedro, were
shot through tbe bead and instantly killed.
Mrs. Roberts, wbo keep a boarding house,
oorae to tbe door to see what was tbe mat
ter, and received a wound from which
she will probably die. J. A. Nolly
received a fatal wound In the same
way, being tbot through the breast. In
addition to this, tbe villains took sway $1,
200 In cash from Ctstenada's store. There
seems to bave been no reason for tbe inur
dew, which was done out of pure deviltry
Tbe men are supposed to ba the same
parties who robbed tbe Southern Pacific
train some deyi ago. Several parties are
in pursuit of tbe murden it. but the clews
are very small
Littlb Rock, Ark., Deo. 10. G. A.
Gain rid ge of St. Louis, commercial travel
ler for Schooifield & Hanauer of Memphis,
was severely borse-whipped In tbe office of
the Capitol bouse Saturday evening. His
assailant was Angello Marre, a sporting
man of this city. Marre claims tbat Gain
ridge insulted his wife by making ungentle
manly remarks about ber while leaving tbe
opera-bouse Saturday afternoon. Gain
ridge denies this, andsayt that he knows
neither Marre nor his wife, and never In
tentionally Insulted any lady. The affray
created considerable excitement, and
Galnridge would have been badly used up
bad not bystanders interfered, as Mirre bad
turned tbe whip to strike him with the load
ed enl. ,
Albany, Dec. 10. Gov. Clcvelaud,wben
asked what significance sbould be attacbed
to the election of Carlisle by so large a
majority, said: "If Congress at its pres
ent session sbould fall to reduce the
revenues now admitted to be larger than
necessary 1 have no doubt tbat tbe question
will become an Important issue in tbe Presi
dential election of next year, and that the
election of Mr. Carlisle to tbe Speakership
will teud to commit the Democratic party
to advocate tuch a revision of tbe revenue
law s s will secure a reduction of excessive
revenue by reducing or lessening suub
duties as Increase the cost of tbe necessaries
of life, rather than those which enhance the
price of luxuries."
JaCKSONViLLR.FIa., Dec. 10. Cba.. F.
Hopkins, chief engineer of the exploring
expedition Into tbe everglades, reports tbe
expedition has been successful. Tbe party
leave by steamer for Cedar Keys the 13tb,
and for tbe first time In tbe history of the
country this vast mysterious swamp ha
been traversed from end to end. Tbe ex
pedition accomplished what tbe government
failed to do with soldiers during the Indian
war, and civil engineer pronounced im
possible. Ten Hard Fongbt Ronnda.
Wii.ksbarri, Pa., Dec. 10. A brutal
prize fk'Ut occurred on Saturday afternoon,
at t'artootborougb, between Tbnrans Mo
Gil) In and Mike Cox, two young miner.
Ten ronuds were fought. X it tbe flrlst live
Cox teemed to have tbe worst of it, hut
rallied and pounded McGairin so bad tbat
in the tenth round h failed to respond,
and tbe stakes were awarded to Cox. The
faces of the pugilists were pounded almost
to a Jelly.
A Brakesman's Fate.
BCCVRUB, O., Dec. 10. Ed Rover, a
brakeman pn tbe Ohio Central, was killed
in tbe yards at this place at au early hour
Saturday morning, by falling from a train.
His bead and both arms were severed from
the body. Rover was a young man, unmar
ried, and said to be a resident of Fort
Wayne, where bit father is a prominent
and wealthy cilizeu.
Mount Gilead, O., Dec. 10. Saturday
afternoon Abram Wortlin, wbile out driv
ing in company with his wife, atStunton
town, tbis county, was thrown from his
btijigy .and badly crushed about the head
and shoulders. It Is not thought be will
live till morning,. His wife had several rib
fractured and was otherwise badly bruised.
Fell from I be Cnr.
Shiloh, O., Deo. 10. A man by tbe
name of Monroe, whose wife and tbree
children live In Lagrange, Ohio, was found
dead near the Cleveland, Columbus, Cin
cinnati and Indianapolis railroad track, one
mile south of this place, Saturday, A t;usb
ou his bead Indicates that be was thrown or
fell from tbe cars.
angled by Machinery.
DenmsON, Tex., Dec, 10. A young
man, whose parents live In Paris, O., and
who was employed In the Missouri Pacific
shops at this place, was caught in the ma
chinery Sunday night and bad his ribs
broken and sustained internal injuries
which render his recovery doubtful.
Poker Play lag-.
VisCRNNiss, Ind., Dec. 10. S. H.Braly.
late proprietor tbe Grand Hotel, bas mys
teriously left town, owing several thousand
dollars. B his gambling propensities he
has fleeced scores of traveling men who
have stopped at Ills house.
Nhol Ilia Brother by Mistake.
East Saginaw. Mich.. Deo. 10.-WH-Hum
Ramsey, the head book keeper of
Wells, Stone & Co., of Saginaw City, shot
bis bfother last night, nmiuklng bim for a
burglar. The broth er died In thirty min
utes. " " """
A Worthies s berk 1'nabed.
Buffalo, Dec. It), A draft on New
York, cashed by a stock firm here, for il.
000, bat turned out to be wort bless. A
member of tbe firm madethe acquaint
ance of tbe twlndlor at Hot Springs, Ark.
He gave the name of Waters. .
Au Overdo ot Btlla;'
Washington, Deo. 10. It will probably
take two full days to get through tbe call of
states for bills. Gen. Rosocrans alone In
troduced filty-otis bills to-day,
Eb-Oov. Averell'a Detslh.
DaKBURT, Conn., Doc. 10. Ex-Lluu-tenanl
Governor Roger Ave roll died yetier-
lay, aged 74.
. STOPPED H1H PEJfMION.
An Old Soldier Attempt! Murder and
than Commit Buloide.
St. Louis, Dec. 10. John Reichen-
bach't body wat carted from the City hos
pital to the Morgue to-day and registered
at tbat institution under the bead of
suicides. Had tbe deceased lived he would
occupy a Jail cell this morning, and had be
been successful In carrying out bis murder
ous plan.i yeatcrdav be would to-day fill a
cell In Murderer's Row. Reichcnbaeh was
a soldier during the war and received a
wound In tbe hand which left tbat member
crippled and partially useless. For tliN
he had been drawing a pen
sion of $18 per month for sev
eral years. He was a laborer, and from bis
pension and the wages he managed to live.
He boarded at Mrs. Rosa Wabl's house
No. 1906 Cherokee street, and paid the
board wltb the pension money which was
regularly "Heated for him by a young man
named Charles Meyer, an adopted son of
tbe landlady, who also boarded at the
boue. At noon yesterday tbe family and
boarders were called to dinner, anil Reich
enbach n (.ponded with the rest. He bad
been In bad bumor owing to the fact tbat be
bad not received his last petition, and he
suspected that Meyers bad already collected
It. Just before Maner" Retc1lent)aoh Aai-'
cuned Meyer of having embezzled tbe
money, and tbe latter denied it warmly.
Tbe other boarders Interfered and it was
supposed tbe matter waa settled. As the
family sat down to dinner Relcbeubacb
seized a hatchet, and, running to where
Meyers sal, dealt blra a blow wltb tbe
bluut end of tbe weapon. Meyer
CELL 8KN8KLES9 TO THK FLOOR,
and bis assailant ran out of the bouse,
making an attempt to strike Mrs. Wabl in
his escape. On President street, one block
east of South Broadway, be plunged bead
foremost into tbe water, evidently with
suicidal intent. John Dinotbies and John
Hen trricks, two young men, chased tbe old
fellow to the Vtater's edge. O.d Reichen
bach turned a glance on Ma pursuers, who
were strung along tbe banks, and then de
liberately ducked bis head under water.
Dinotbies and Henerricks, regardless of
consequences, pushed Into ihe cold water
anil dragged the old man to the bank, wbre
Officers McElbenny and Jacobs took bim in
band resuscitated bim after some bard
work. He was then taken to tbe Gate
Street Station, where stimulants were
given bim. He completely recovered, but
only for a few momenta, and he grew
steadily worse In bla relapse, an ambulance
wu summoned, and be was transferred to
tbe City Hospital where he died at 7:55
this morning. Dr. Dean made a statement
for the Coroner In which he gave It as his
opinion that death resulted from congestion
and shock consequent on his feai and bis
cold batb. Reicbenbacb was of a cranky
disposition, and bis performance yesterday
excited very little comment In tbe Wabl
household. Young Meyer was not serious
ly hurt by tbe b'ow, although he received
an ugly scalp wound about two Inches in
length. Dr. Hlckumu wa culled in and
revived the unoonxclous patient without
much difficulty. Tbe deceased was 47
years of age, a native of Switzerland and a
laborer by oevi patioo. He was a widower
and bas no children.
A FALSE FRIEND.
'Man's Inhumanity to Man" Retultt In a
Philadelphia, Dec. 10. The dead
body of Ricbard Wlldey, an ex-member of
tbe Legislature, was found with bis throat
cut, face upward, in tbe short stubble at
the head of Sweet Brier Valley In Fair
mount Park, on Thursday night. Tbe
pocket knife with which he had committed
suicide was found near by. HI" bis private
desk at his home, No. 1421 Marlborough
street, wheu broken open yesterday, were
found two letters which throw light on the
cause of tbe suicide. The first letter, ad
dressed to Ex -City Treasurer William
Bum m, was as follows:
'It was not the way I treated you when
you were in trouble. May God be more
merciful to you than you were to mc, and
when you are driving In the park give ono
thought to poor Dick."
The other letter read:
"My Dkar Vifb:-I saw Mr. Bumm,
and he refused to assist me, even though I
told bim It was a matter of life and death.
May God in his mercy help you. You
were a good wife to me. Good bye. Your
"Signed Richard Wildiy."
THK EX-CITY TREASURER
referred to is said to have been elevated to
the office through the personal Influence
and money of the unforlunatt suicide.
Wlldey is said to have lent bim In addition
large sums of money, and bit own son says
that upon one occasion, before be lost his
fortune, be advanced the city treasurer
$30,000. When the turn came In tbe tide
and Wlldey went under, wbile tbe bene
ficiary of his generosity grew rich, It is
said that Wlldey was roughly repulsed when
he In turn asked for money from bim, to
whom he bad previously given so freely.
Mr. Bumm bears a high reputation, and
the publication of Wlldey' letter causes
much surprise. Mr. Bumm refused to
atrlrm or deny bis obligations to Wlldey,
Tbe latter is said to bave ruined himself by
Trial of the Case Postponed on Aooount of
Ilit.Lsnoto, III., Doc. 10. The 10:30
train from the West, tbis morning, brought
tbe partlns, witnesses snd attorneys In the
Emma Bona case, which bad been made the
specia I order ol the District court for to
day. After the calling of tbe Jury, about
sixty of whom bave been summoned,
Judge Fbllllps culled np tbe case of tbe
People vs. John C. Montgomery, charged
wltb outraging Miss Emma Bond. A
neither Judge Yandcvere of Taylorville,
for the prosecution, nor Judge Thornton of
Shelbyville for tbe defense, were present,
tbe case, by consent of the attorneys of
WAS LAID OVER
until 8 o'clock to-morrow morning. There
will be no further continuance then and tbe
case will go right on. Gov. Palmer, of
Spi Ingflold, wbo was engaged for tbe pros
ecution, will not be able to be present, but
Judge Ben Edwards, oue of tbe bett law
yen In tbe State, (aket bis place. Several
days will be occupied In getting a Jury.
Miss Bond's health Is In go id condition and
she exreitet herself as able to Hand the or
deal of tbe trial without trouble.
To b Nbot at Scully villa.
Hot Sr-RiNGS, Ark., Doo. W.-Levi
James, a cripple Cboutaw, ba been sen
tenced to be tbot In Scullyvllle, Iudlan
Territory, on Thursday next, tor tbt
ttordtr f sTaDrut Uulxoa, ia July, 16KL
The Poet Laureate of JDngland BalatA to
to the Peerage
Lovdov. Deo. 10, Tenoyion hat bean
created a Baron.
.: Teuuy sou w born lu 1800. In 1850 bt
succeeeded Wolds worth as poet laureate,
Is adjudged by tbe critical world to be tbe
greatest of all tbe bardt who bave succes
sively tilled the .position at poet laureate.
The attaininentof popularity and reputation
by Mr. Tennyson waa not Instantaneous, at
in tbe case of Bvrou. His ascent of the
O y in plan heights was slow, but hit fane It
now universal and enduring. Hit first ef
fusious wen coldly received. Mr. Tenny
son's longer poem contain a number of
masterpiece. His "Princes" hat a high
rank; but "In Memoriam" is regarded by
many critics as bis masterpiece. There la
marvelous dijniiv about tbe latter poem,
and its Intense subjectivity raises It to an
unique prominence among tbe great poeti
cal works of tbe country. Mr. Tenoyson't
are popular both with tbe common poopk,
ami with the most critical and finely cultur
ed clasps. Tbe honor conferred upon tbe
grea' poet by the Queen Is not altogether
unexposed, and many of the knowing onet
have affirmed that Mr. Tennyson would
not aecept the honor when proffered.
ongreaatntut A. H. Bnekner.
. Wahhimi ton, Dee. 10. Congreaaman
A)lt!t II. Bnekner, of Missouri, wu ttktd
to-night whether he thought tbe elect iO of
Mr. Carlisle would not make revenue re
form necessarily tbe Deroooratlo Issue In
the next Presidential campaign. Judge
Buckner replied: 'It would have been an
issue In any event, but tbt election of Mr.
Carlisle has made it more prominent, or
emphasized its Importance, If you please.
But of course it will , not be the only
"You say It will not be the only Issue.
What other issue?"
Other issues growing out of tbe eonduot
ot the Republican party, tuch at tbe In
crease of rxpenditurei of tbe Government
over its expenditures during tbe supremacy
of tbe Democratic party in Congress, tbe
waste of public funds on star routes and
other extravagances which will appear in
the (feiieral maladministration of the
"Wiiat do you understand by revenue
"My Idea of revenue reform it that tbe
tariff should be reformed In the Interest ct
revenue, and not in tbe Interest ot protect
ion, to give tbe manufacture whatever
benefit a tariff for revenue would give them,
for tbat l all they have a right to ask or ex
pert. WbHtever may be done by tblt
Hous wtll be ot a conservative character,
and in my opinion tbe lett we attempt to do
the better, with the Senate and the execu
tive su'alnst us." ,
Al ihe VI oaale of m Bevolver.
Hot Si'kinos, Ark., D o. 10. Early
tliis morning two toon entered H. M.
Hudguis' store, and compelled the pro
prietor at tbe point of the revolver to give
up the key to the safe. The burglars sue
a eded In extracting $10,000, and flsdf bo
Fell Front Baggy.
Dkcatur, III., Deo. 10. John tvns,
white partly intoxicated, fell out of a bug-
gy Saturday evening and suffered a danger
ous fracture of bis spinal column. He wat
taken home screaming with pain.
l ive stock.
CATTLE R"ciDts 8.000; stronger;
exports Hi 5087 00; goou to choice
sbippiu.' mi i,e,i at M 25 (96 40; common
to rair a -. ao 20.
UUGS-Receiuts 'f3.600 active and firm,
light at M 65rtt5 30; rough packing
$4 6Yd5 25; heavy packing and shipping
to 'XCa)j SO.
CATTLE Exporteit SO lftatj 40; rood
to heavy do $3 twr0 00; light to fair t 3i(
6 2o;oinmmito medium $4 40(84 90; fair
to good Jolorado$40urft5 40; southwest $3 75
81 85; grass Texsns $3 0084 26; light to
good stockers t 5083 75; fair to good feed
ers t3 7584 25; common to oboioe native
cows and heifers $'J 7584 2); toallawagt ot
any kind 2 5082 75.
HOUS-Receipt 6,401 bead: shipments
3,710 bead. Market aotive, Pack
ers selling at $5 1585 CO for rough mixed
and butchers steady at $6 20
SHEEP Common, medium tnd llght$28
8 10; (air to good W 2583 60( prime $8 (0
(di 00; fair to good Textnt ti 768
WHEAT Decemoer Februsrj
$100'; January 99 V; May 107H.
COUN-December 60V; January 61;
February 68; Mav 63H.
OATS December 86 X; January 86X;
February ; May 40; year.
WHEAT-Decembe.- $1 01X: year
tanuarv (1 04V b; February 1 06KO;
COKN-December 50K850i; year; Jan
jay 60S3V; February 61Kb; May 66 H
OATS December 83X; year Jan
uary 33V b; February 33X b; May 88V
fo34 S .
WHEAT December $1 13V; January
1 03 V; February $1 16 V; Mayjl 11 X
COUN-December 08; January 68V;
February 09 V; May 71 K.
OATS December to; January 41;
February 42V; May 46V.
BUTTER Creamery at 86(937 to 88 for
selections, a shade more in a small way;
seconds at 82835. Dairy at 25828
tor choice to fancv, to 29 for selections;
fair 1'JfaUO; low grade 8810. Poor to
choice ueor-by In pails 8816.
POULTRY Dressed. Spring cblekent
small H 5081 75: fair to oboice.S2 0081 26;
choice $2 75; Old chicken Cocks J2(8i 75;
mixed, $2 7583 00; hens, $3 75;
turkeys, $0810 dozen; avoiding to alse,
and dressed at ltf814o per lb. ; ducks $3 00
(33 50; Geese !fc38rJ.
EGGS Receipt 413 pkg. In better de
mand and tirin at248J5c. for good to choke
Wheat arrived quiet and heavy; corn
arrived unchanged. Wheat to arrive dull
and corn ipiiet. Mark Lane Wheat dull
and corn dim. Country market quiet.
California wheat to arrived declined Id.
Spot wheat dull; No. 2 ring, e 6d;
No. 3 spniiL'. noi.e In market; Western
winter, 8s O l. Mixed western com dull
al 5s 7Vd. Demand from Continent and
Uulied Klugdom not nsiMh doln la wheat
and oot a. -
The Preacher's Quiet Habits.
Sedentary and studious men)
sometimes become prostrated be
fore they kaow it. Those who
spend much time in close mental
work, and neglect to take enougk
exercise, often find their stomachs
unable to do the work of digestion.
The liver becomes torpid. The
bowels act irregularly. The brain
rrfuses to serve as it once did.
Their preaching becomes a failure,
and there is a state of general mis
ery. So many ministers have been
restored to health by the use of
Brown's Iron Bitters that the clergy
generally are speaking to their
frfends of this medicine as the vory
best tonic and restorer they know
of. It restores thin and watery
blood to its proper condition by
toning it up with the purest and
most invigorating preparation of
iron that science has ever made.
It is pleasant to take, and acts
immediately with the happiest re
mits, not only on the parsons, but
oiher folks as well. 3
1 TO PRESERVE THE HEALTH
- Use tbe Magneton Appliance Co.'i
Magnetic Lung Protector !
PBIOE ONLY $5.
The) are priceless to ladihs, gsntlehiw and
oaiuia with wiakldno; nocaneof pkbumom a
oa cuoue is evsr kn wn where tbeae
ferment are worn. Tney alio prevent and cure
suaTnirricuLTii, oold. Riisua.TiiM, MtDaatv
IA, TUBOiT TUOUBLIS, D1PIITUS1UA, CATARRH, AMD
au. aiMDato DUBAI. Will wgAB any service
for turbi TtAua, are worn over tbe nnder-cloU-Ing.
CATARRTI iu" needlecMo describe tba
JJX 1 AlVIVllj symptom of this oauseou dis
ease that Is eappluktths 1 f aud strength of only
too many of the faliastand bust of both suxet.
Labor, study and ruieirch In Amurica, Europe and
Kaatem laud, hnve resulted in the Mannettc Lung
Protector, affording cure fur Catarrh, a n-medy
which contain No DauooiKQ of idi STarasi, ana
with the continuous stream of M nudism per
meating through the affltctnd organs, MUST BH
tTOat TBIM TO A RIALTHT CTiON. W PLACI OUt)
pbioi for thit Appliance at less than one-twentieth
of tbe prlca asked by others f"r remedies upon
which von take all tno cbauces, and ws ksfsctal-
lt imviti tbe patronago of tbe ant PBHsoNa who
have tMed dhussins thiir stomachs without r
raor. HOW TO OBTAIN X foTZt
Rlst and ak for thin. II they have not got them,
write to the proprietor, eucloslng tbo price In let
ter, at onr risk, and they shall be seot to you at
ones by moil, postpaid.
Hand stamp for the "New Departure In Medi
cal Traat'i ent without msdicins," wiih thou
sands of testimonial.
TUB MAUNKTON APl'LIANCE CO.,
Hlfl State Street, CulciKo, 111.
Notb. Scad one dollar tn nonUie sumps or
currency (in letter at our risk) with lao of shoe
arnany worn.ai a try a pair or our magnetic in
sole, and be convinced of tbe power realdtoc la
onr Magnetic Appltanctts. Positively no cold feet
where tuey are worn, or money refunded. 106-ly
A an Invleorant. Hoaietter'a Stcmach Blttere
has received the most positive endor-ement from
eminent physicians, and his long occupied fore
most rank among andard proprietary rem dies.
It properties as an alternative of disordered con
ditions of the itomach. liver aud bowels, aud a
preventive of malarial disease arono lei's renown
ed, and have been accorded emphatic professional
Forsalohv all druggists and dealers, to whom
apply for Ilostcttvr's Almanac for 188.
QEOKGE H. LEACH, M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Un..l .1 .lt.nilj,n n.lrl tn ,hn TlitmniinittMf. IFASt.
mem of surgical diseases, and disease of women
OKKICK On 141h street. ooDOSite the Post-
office, Cairo, III.
JjK. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOB, BLKCTRO-VAPOR and MBDIOATKO
A lady la attendance.
)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE1 Sights Htrast. nsar Comn erclal Avanti
R. E W. WHITLOCK,
Orrioa No. 1W Commercial Avenue, btwa
Ugh tb and Ninth Htrseu
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Egyptian Flouring Mil la
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