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THE DAILY CJAlllO iUJLLttiiN; FRIDAY MOKNING, AUGUST 20, 1884.
Notice. In llii. column i.ren line. r lo.a SrruM
on. Insertion or ft M per ""'di.
Vow Horn. Scwlrii,' Machine right from the fac
tory, U.I price t V for t K- A. Hurnott .
Hiiydeik lump .eat lurrey. lint prlco new,
i!wd jul. If :'' Inquire of K A. Harnett.
liuydiKk I'haetnn, new, liet vrlco $.1', for
i,iuirB of K. A Hmiu-tl. lliilklln Ollicc.
'IWILOKS WANTED. -Two jotirneyincu-a coat
1 maker ami a tiant. maker, ouiy itotxi workmen
in ed apply K.
LtllMMi, No. lti Ohio Levee,
At Auction-ValnaMe Real Estate
At the Imr.i door of the Ccrt 1Ijs-.-, it- ca.ro.
, at il M . on
WEDNESDAY ibe '.ft PAY of oCTt-'BUK. KM.
1 l'.c.ff?r tVra".cM '.If r.!ia-n Vi.tr. ire to'.
low.tc Trr -:ra yr?rrt. .t : lt B t.-.n.e
ard lot Mi! fcvt. Wktj'fioi av.i.tf. a.-;,v.i,'tc
IWwtr. l'i'...rc boua arc
ati k.'. Nock v isst acw-i i I''1'"
itii V:.; na Si. riivk "! it-tin i-vrce: L('l
i a; d !. !.'; t 4i.. in a6c:!!f. IvT.a urifl; K't
,4. i.ior.t ! :i f!(t5ui.. Biiar tin- New ttk twin ;
if.; !5i. t ( fc H:. l-tl .cwt..
: w (nw.rt.liii iirfpnty, wiummi it Hit
tt::l)m ii.Wt "1 .! c'.lt. a': now UiM il Mi?
thii: I 'aiTi' vu; mniiiiliSv MTomi' a cn-w Ta.'.rfiati
.nil rnn.iutirrii. ci:y. prHuiiit. m. miii rtibitj fn
li'viwtniitu: noi like.;; ui nrr.ur hch:ii.
TW.VS- v niHli. Imi i uiu: It mur-tl.. wir.erci:
will. nr nun iMiirnm. nr H pti: rj:nt of! fm raid.
S'iit Hirilioi tnfHNimtmi. iniiuire nl
(. S. J'iHoEiiJ.
V, J IK'V.'i.CV, Apin.1.
Lopft! nt: tMrii puro.
The hurst H'yht- iii Jui V tiM, Ci.mi
ri'i.V Hut n: Cnir-aro Clorhmi: Eoiwi;. li;
Apent Rowley ilvcr:inct- the Ci.l.i
property for rein. 5uu- sptMiiu'. locaii..
Ui!j-ymir fiwi Bruf ' of AlduL A T'u::k
iiti, IhrlitL strmit. Tuliijilmin .-Mr.. S.!..
Tuu' li' JJiBt poiien:!v ci.uji'y
uiu: stnrnn, and uuutiun I urrit:niir.'
Tin- iutwK iiiwoitii ir;. ilhts. C!i. it'iti'.'
."mtiiinr HrniHt;. i
Knurr; Hu'iuity rcrurnt'f: yi!t;tcr.ii.i
-Wh;:i:i::k Brotliorfe, sjxuuu. :l
m IIbik ;:
ILrf: iltaer Ocii!a.tL u :t Gi...::
itnuiirj-, Tin;:iii rti.tl.'T0f.
p?!k C'rK:rf it J: s-'.etgilk'
to st. L:'u:s
s. He wiii
rct stxk of S;lk Caps i:
:::t. Wiiti.xk Brctbtrs, The natters. 3t
Meir. Fry & R;nia moved their
f. xk ic'o their new ijuarter, at the corner
-d Eighth street yesterday.
Tmelicg Caps in seal brown, dark
;;nm, wine, blue and black colors at Chi
Ayn Clothing House. ' " Ct
It is reported that Will Darburo, one
ot Mr. C. R. Stuart's salesmen, went homo
to Olney to get married.
riano lor sale, price $7j. Apply to
Mrs. Redman, 8lh st., ncsr Barclay's drug
Sixty-one telephone boxes were disor
dered by tho electric shocks of Wednesday.
Mr. Warner will have all in good working
order again by this evening.
Stiff Hats of latest style and all prices
at Whitlock Brothers, "Oak Hall." at
Manager Baird, of the Western Union,
h ad a force of men at work yesteaday re
pairing the wire damaged by the falling
Democratic polo tho day before.
Correct new styles in Hats at Chicago
Clothing House. fit
Mr. Michael Sheehan is now Mr. M. J
Howlcy's assistant in his varied husimss
vice Mr. George Christman who will prob
ably embark in some other branch of busi
ness here, or go to St. Louis.
The only genuine Stetson Hats at
Whitlock Brothers, "Oak Hall." Ut
The destruction of the Democratic
pnle by lightning the other day seems to
prove very forcibly that the "magnetism of
this campaign," so-called, insteal of being
oa the Republican, is on the Democratic
Just received a complete new line of
soft and stiff hats for the fall and winter
season; Chicago Clothing House. Ct
In Justice Robinson's court yesterday
J.W. Cravcn,the negro who sold the stolen
steer to Mr. Eberhardt Bucher the other
day, was held to bail in the sum of $200
and taken back to the county jail for safe
keeping until trial
The. finest Fur Hats in all colors, 'such
as brown, olive, chocolate, wine, pearl an
white at the "Oak Hall". Whitlock Broth
-A dead negro was found in a freight
car iu the Illinois freight yards yesterday
morning. He had evidentlv1cen dead but
a short time, and his death resulted from
natural causes so far as Coroner Fitzger
aid's jury could learn. He was a stranger
here, and probably went into the car sick
and died without giving any one notice of
nis presence or coudition
Silk Hats and Campaigu Rats at "Oak
nan , vv nmocK brothers. 3t
mi ttti .i .
The Pulaski county Republican cen
tral committee met at Mound City last
Monday and nominated a patty candidate
for County Commissioner. There was not
full attendance of tho committee as one
of them, Mr. fckott (a negro preacher, by
the way) had but a few days before helped
to steal the fine steer that was sold to Mr.
Bucher, of this city, and ho had found it
advisable to tempararily absent himself
trum the councils of the "grand old party
of lijh moral ideas."
Fi u Salk Siitunluj- niorniiik' nt 10
o'tlotk on Stli utroet to thii LiyLust bulilir,
3 mult s, !l wnpoud, 4 ci ttn nf li'tnii ss mill
A lot of hcusclinlil fililiitilli'.
ECO G. M. Ai.dkn.
W'al'fi.sli lrniri8 como ami j;o with it n -UBiiitl
ri'julnity now. Tin n ni in
nu nt has IihiI c 'uei'itnil'Io work ilnio n
tliis ilivisiou of tbo l til htuly. Atio'.licr
lartfti (juantity of htii 1 riiia whs orilcred on
ly a few ihya to Uc use il in irpairifg
this en 1 o( the line
"We carry the 1 artist line of Huts in
Southern Illinois at Chicago Clothing
Tl.o KckfotJj, of Paducah, have se
cure 1 the awif'.incp cf four profcs.-iotial
I'&se-'.ial'.ists, two from Evitifvi'.lo anil two
frvin Louuvi.le. Tl.t-y are in tra:oir.g cow,
prrjAratiMy to wij'int: the yrournl up itli
the Cklr.- club a week frotr. Suu lay. l'.ut
thf-T wj'.: le badlv fi'.ci. T!io C.i:r i elub
wi.l U- pr pared for thi-m. au i there will
! a whrru c-i.tit -
fating jrami:f ifii f iMed hi re. Th rt will
be i'o ;.r .f'cii c f in the C to ilub. They
ire a.. h;ime la.yf. ari while they are nt t
ud (u uot pretend to 1 extra .rdinsrily
hkilif'ul playi-r. ytt they can ik-mT!!:7e
ary r.ine that Taductih car. tti t out, and
can hold her owa ;;ii any Liic the Eck
for.'Ts .at cat.'iM frr-ra ti e era; k play
ers of Eri.rjS'vii.e and L'ulv'iit
A p. 7 i drete Uaf iti .i:k g:ctn, i:.r.
bri v j. M!i I.kch foircs it Chicago (.'K:h
.IiC Il-'UW. Ot
-MttsjfrV.W.Wr'jrht arid C.a: ie Win
ter, 'he nciiadttM appoicted by the Yo-.:n,'
Tnvcrttic r'.r.h ." ?:.i.i: sul?c::pt:oas f r
a in w p :.t
Liy it j-u-s-.'t c
a fiv L-rs a
w .rii vokr-
ir datiis. It took b :t
;t s?u:e of the iu.p t:
Mr.Jao. C-vk f II i.-
:a: k y. a. idly i :!-.red t. furnish the pole m
two or.s, is 3 put it in the river at Ess:
Ca.r;., i.'. fee of charge. It will be towed
acr-iiis ty t and will bo dress-d, pair.t
ar. i er-xted It Mr. James Carroll, tor
The i-wpr section of the pole i., to
Ik :0!i feet '.cnz izi tLe upper section 100
feet. There will be a twelve foot lap and
tea feet will b; let inn the gr.'.un J. leaving
the pn'.e proper 1 53 feet abeve the ground.
Tccre will be a large rooster on top, which
will make the pole about as high as the
other one wa. The boys made good head
way with their collections yesterday, goirg
oniy to Democrats, of course, and meeting
with very few refusals. The new pole will
be in position in ten days or two weeks.
--We have over 100 new styles in stiff
and soft Hats in latest shapes and colors.
"Oak Hair', Whitlock Brothers. lit
The Young Democratic Club met at
tho Hibernian Hall Wednesday night.
About fifty members were present. Mr.
Angus Leek resigned thu presidency, be
cause ho would be unable to attend to its
duties properly for the next several months,
and Mr. Wni. Perce was elected in his
stead. A committee was appointed to con
sult with the County Central Committee
upon the proposition of inviting the Com
mercial Point club to come Jdowu and at
tend the campaign opening nt Mound City
Monday night. Another committee, con
sisting of Messrs. W. W. Wright and
Claude Winter, was appointed to solicit
subscription for errecting a new Democrat
ic flag pole. The question of procuring
uniforms was also touched upon hut de-
fered till the next meeting. The meeting
was a very business-like one and showed
more than any previous one lool done, that
the young Demociats aie in earnest and le
alize that they are to work and not merely
to enjoy themselves in an occasional "lark."
no have over 30 new styles iu stiff
Hats of latest shapes and colors at Chicago
nothing House. (it
Some weeks ago.while at Dixon gpr'u
Mrs. E. A. Burnett lost a gold watch aud
a pin in some mysterious way. She was
satisfied that it was stolen, and that B..me
one of the negro employes about the place
was the thief. An old negro named Wil
liams, who was barber, "baggage smasher,"
and fiddler all iu one, was believed to be
iu possession of the jewelry, and this im
pression was confirmed by one of
the cooks, who said she saw him hive
watch of the description of Mrs. Burnett's
But tho affair was kept quiet until a good
opportunity should offer itself to capture
Williams and the watch. Mrs. Burnett
came home, leaving word that, should Wil
Barns leave, she should be notified at once
The band left the Springs Wednesday and
Williams went with it, feeling entirely se
cure iu the possession of his stolen watch
and having no very high opinion of the old
saw that honesty is the best policy; but he
soon had reason to feel otherwise. The
band went to Golconda, remaining the;e a
day and a night, and from there it went to
Evansville. Mrs. Burnett was duly notified
of the movement, an 1 yesterday a dinpatcli
was sent to tho Chief at Evansville, order
ing Williams' arrest; and a reply was re
ceived stating that tho order had been
obeyed, and that both Williams ami the
watch were iu tho hands of the officers. It
was a neat piece of detective work, certain
ly. Williams will probably bo taken back
to Pupo county to be tried for grand lar
ceny. The only Thins.
The Nashua, New Hampshire, Telegraph,
saystEx-Alberman Johu Cross, found that
in his very buinful rheumatic difficulty, tho
only remedy which did him any good, was
St Jacobs Oil, the magical pain-relicver.
Tlio French Floot Again ToBta Ito
Motnl Against Culnoso
An J Wilis An Easy Victory in tho Destruc
tion of All the Defenses Along
tho Eiver Min.
Wolseley's Programme British Ships in
Commission for China or Egypt
i niorr.AV mf.tw, aoaiv iioi.is sway.
I.uNi'OX, August '.'-. A dlsputeh jnt
received from l'oo Chow stated that the
French iroii-clada a!,rain reauuicd the ut-
tack oti the lorts on Mm Hiver, between
its mouth and tho urseual, at un curly
hour thi-i moruing. Tho forts at Klu
l'id Fas.s o fie rod a detetmlnetl resist
auce, but the superiority of thu French
trunners soon bi'gau to tell ou tiie
works, and gun after gun was dis
lodged, until linally the Chinese be
came demoralized at the slcjht ot tho
destruction golns on, and lied from tho
fortresses, leaving everything behind.
Admiral Courbet then directed an attack
on Foo Chow, higher up tho river, and
made short work of them, as tho garri
sou had become panic stricken at tho
.-i?ht of Are of the llect and hastily
a;audoued tho defenses, leaving the
French masters of tho whole line of forti
t'.eatious on the Min Ulvcr up to the ar
senal. A dispatch to the Time dated Foo
Chow, 2 p. m. to-day, says: "Tho KluFai
forts were destroyed."
THE DKVKXSES FAILING.
London, August 23. A late dispatch
from the Foo Chow correspondent of Un
77m'.s says. "I have just returned from
Kiu Fal. All tho defenses along the Miu
Ihver are gone. The Chiucse troops
bolted from tho French licet. Can Is
bombarded, but the occupation of the
mainland Is Impossible.
London, August 28. Wciclcy pro
poses to reach Dougolo with tho Gordon
relief expedition by November 7V He de
clares coulldcnco that he will bo. able to
accomplish this prograramo without diffi
culty. There are only six cataracts to
pass, whereas in tho Bed Itlver expedi
tion In 1 870 he was compelled to drag
boats overland ut forty-six places.
OFF FOIt SEA.
London, August -'1 The, British man-of-war
Canada, has been ordered to bo
ready to sail for China, September 0.
Tho Dreadnaught Is commissioned for
tho Mediterranean. Several other Iron
clads can proceed on short notice to
Egypt or China.
London, "August 21 At tho York meet
ing to-day tho race for the groat York
shire stakes, for three-year-old., was
won by Rothschild's filly, Damietta, Jar
cline's colt, Borneo, second; Snarry's
filly, Orphan Agnes, third.
TO OCCTI'Y MAIN A I'.
Paiiis, August 23. Admiral Courbet
has been ordered to occupy Hainau; after
taking Kec Lung.
Odessa, August 2s. The woman who
tired the pistol ut Colonel Katausky of
the Gendarmes, last week, has been
Identified as au active member of the
revolutionary society. She wassent to
Sofia, August 23. A Bulgarian bishop
named lladjo Theophelo was recently
murdered near Monastirot. It is alleged
that the crime was Instigated by liishop
Anthyou, a Greek Metropolian.
A Notablo Gathering.
Nkwi'Oiit, R. I., August :;. The
Harvard Club of Rhode Island held its
regular summer inei-ting and dinner at
tho Ocean House last night with a good
attendance and a repri scntivo gather
ing. Among mo speaKcrs were Senators
Miller, of California, and Ilawley, of
Connecticut; Prof. J. F. White, of tho
United States Torpedo Station, and
Prof. C. A. Braekctt. A recitation was
given by Hon. Henry BeUloe, ex-Mayor
oi iui l .
Tho StrikinK BrickUyors.
New Yoi:k, August 28.-U is stated
ut tho headquarters ol the striking brick
layers to-day that there, were no now de
velopments In tho strike, and that the
siriiie was utmost at an end. At tho
meeting to-day It was resolved tn turn
out in full force with the National Cabor
parade on Monday. Tho bricklayers will
ou iiuuul strong.
Escaping Convicts Itecapturod.
jEFFEitso.v City, Mo., August 23.
iwoconvtcts escaped from thu Peuiten
tt.in nliAn .1
1.1.41 j uuuuu uuvu iu-u:iy. I ncv WCTO
missed a lew minutes later and nursucd
by homo-guards from tho prison and
overtaken a mile up the river. Tho prls-
unuis uncivil iiu resistance when over
taken, as they were both unarmed and
completely out oi wimi.
Look Before You Leap.
Fittsmei.d, III., August 23, A lurre
farm house In Atlas Township, was burned
Tuesday night, with a total loss ot houso
and furniture. Two young men werocut
on by tho fire and jumped. from the sec
ond-story window, lauding safety. An
other, Burned Cook, jumped Into a burn
nig snea ana was baiMy burned. Ho will
Death of Frank Mld41oBWorth.
Suemiyvillr, Ili-., August 23. Frank
Mldclrcsworth, son ot tho President ol
tho-Ftrat National Bank bro, died last
night -ttor a brlct Illness, moklngtbc
sixtn aoatn in tne iamtly wtthra a wh
ite ported Suicide of Wtwnor.
Amuon, N. Y., August 8. It. la ro
ported that tho Barrows. famBy Imtoo, n
eclved prfrBto informttron ot ttKvsitfclcto
of i. 6. Warner in Canada. Ropart'-rr
New Lino of atuumors.
Savannah, Ga., August 2S. A proml
nent business firm In this city announces
that a lino of steamcM between Savau
unhand F.uglish and French ports will
bo established early this fall. The steam
ers will rttu iu connection with the new
through lino from Cincinnati to tho sea
board by tho wpy ot tho East Tenuessee,
Virginia & Georgia Railroad. Tho enter
prise Is regarded as certain to greatly ad
vuuco tho commercial interests ot tho
Too Full For Utterance.
J.oweu., Mass., August 23. From 200
to :J00 veterans assembled at tho depot at
nine o'clock to welcome Geueral Phil
Sheridan on his way to the New Ilamp
shire Veteraus' Encampment at Weir's
Fridge. Appearing upon tho platform ot
the parlor car in responso to enthusiastic
cheers, he bowed his acknowledgements,
but could not ho Induced to speak.
Too Late to Savo Crops.
Vvndama, Im,., August 23. Tho first
rain of any conscqucnco for nearly two
mouths fell here tb-day, too lato to bo ol
any material benefit to the growing crops.
Coru In this, Fayette County, will not
make a half crop. Many farmers nro
making arrangements for quitting tho
country, owing to three successive
failures iu crops.
Wreck of a Gravel Train.
Ma ttoon, Iu.., August 23. Yesterday
morning at Gays, spreading rails caused
a gravel train on tho Indianapolis &. St.
Louis Kailroad to leave tho track.
August Freltche, a brakenian was killed
and eighteen cars were turned Into kind
A Peaceful Death.
PiiiLADKi.riiiA, Pa., August 23. Hon.
Henry M. Phillips, President of the Park
Commission, died this morning about two
o'clock, having succumbed to a stroke of
paralysis, which attacked him w hile ut
the sea shore a few weeks ago. His last
moments were unatte iib'd by pain and
he pa-sed away peacefully as if dropping
The Grangers' Picnic.
llAKUisntitu, Pa., August 23. Tha
crowd at tlw Grangers' picnic at Wil
liams' Grove was tho largest ever assem
bled at tho grove. Several thonsaud
people were present. Lieutenant-Governor
Chauticy F. Black delivered an ud
dress, in which ho denounced the aggres
sive tendencies of large corporations,
and referred especially' to discrimination
In freight rates by railroad companies.
The speech was well received.
Grain and Proviyions.
THURSDAY, At OUST
Cotton Ptoiidy: m'd'llinir. W 311 'in.
Fi.orn Stcaily: XXJt to tnoke, l-.T'J .4.1.50;
aiVViihAl Mmmri r; No. 2 Hi: J, M.'i'i.'e for
ficw; No. '! K- L. m w, ) U 'j".e.
Corn- Wc-al,'-r; No. i rinxt-1. 4-?i' l-'ic; So.
" White mixc'l, I'l'.'illie.
t OATS Mfii'ly; No. i'"''.'T:'aC.
Kyk So-iiOi : No. " voii-'ilc.
Toil v.'Cu-l inn; iu,rs; common to phniro
M.l'ifii0.U"; leaf: common r-l leaf. fT.ji.iJ
iu.iw: mi'ilium to ooil ('.i.er(IT.).
Mat I'linnii f -.iJO-ji'MM lor primp tPeliolee
new: ciovor iiilvM. t.i&IU lor common 10
prime; choice new timothy, 5 ll.utjl-.uu; fan
lliJTTKU t irmi'r: ciioiei.-io imicy rri'iiinery
axvr-e: Uiury. choice to tuncy, PiilTe; low
wins Active; in.sn rock, jm.'.i.oc per
i'oTATOKs '.'u'l t, nt 'jHU'tp per mi-lieU
l'OHK Sii'.cly; now mess, flow.
Laiu Oniot; prime steum, 7 .lii e.
ilACON I.oiilm, lie; shorts, 11 vrill .'e;
Clour ribs, ll't'iilPic, nil iacki l.
wool 1 utj-waihoii, choioo, ..',iie: rair,
2Tf5-.ic; diiiiry inel low 'iV.:i. I Mva-;heii
Choice mi-iuim, 'Z i '.'c; uoo'l iivonwu meiliiim
'.-i:.Uc; R-li'i-tcl ll'lit lino i vui,.-; joo I av
i.TU?i!, ll'!,17c; lieuvy lliihie; comli.ni.'. 'i
Uioort, HA-ivr. comtiini.', low irni'l'-s. lvu o.
HlDLS Ouiet; dry Hint, IV. o: ilamaio-l,
Ti'je: Puns or sta:M, 10c; dry salted.
12c: dry salted, dnm iiro l. loo: ku tin i
calf, silted. s"ic; daniued, IP an; imiiSnnl
sniics, OVe; green, unenred, 7,-je; Uuma,".-1,
oiikf.p I'Kl.is weak; fifi-n, i. ; nry
do, W'.: j.:., us to amount un I ou uii v oi woo! ;
Ifi-een sheiu llnirs, I'CVMj; dr do, JDiilje;
irr' i n lamti skiim, 'Jkim.
m.w VI Jit K .
Wheat Steady; No. 'J ld-d, Sepicmin r;
tHJHe; Oitolur, V.'. ,.v, No emt" t. !M; lie-
e-cmli r, .i.i ; .liimnuy, ; .M:iv, fl.i':.
I'oitN Weaker; Scpicmlior, ; Oit diei',
tfJWe; Novemliei', W-ii:
Oat Lower; ,Aui-'ust, n.'.ie; i-eptcmncr,
31c; Octol er, .Uv; Novemliei-, .'tl'4e.
WHEAT Wiuke.j tSt-pti.-inln-r, V.e'.c; Octo
ber, M V-; Novi inlier, Mo; Dccciiitici-, hi vc. i
CoKN Lower; Anu'll-l, .VPie; r-eptenilier,
H't'iic; Oclolier, .Vl'ito Novemlicr. Vic;
yenr.4;;v4c; May, 4:Pi
OATS Firmer; Aiiirns', "j;e; Septemhfr,
Oeioher. 'i';c; yenr, 'JV,o.
1'oitK Siendv Aujrii-1, ::'...Vj; year, jlu'.'i;
1, AKD Weaker; Anoi-l, T.tT'j; Si p'e:nln r,
f'.IT'.s; OeloPer, 5; Novemher, i 7 . J V 1 s :
Shout KlllS- Septi inber, Jlll.5'1; Oclolier,
Livo Stock Markets,
JIoos-ltccoipK 11,!); lalrly Hetive; .Taine
hiirher lor rood to ihoiei' heavy lots;
Hirht, f.l.wri'Vl.ii"; roiiL'li pni kiiur, f j.si)iii.ii;
heavy imeklnir iiml thiidnjf, ?0.1 j'iO.iii;
l.A'n Li; iiecciii, i.u'io; iooo f-'i nne m in;
Otheis steady; exports ut li.MKl'iT.i'O; .'ood to
choice ut fii.iKKitn.iiil: comiinjn to 1'uir, fl.K
ti.ri.ari; Tc.vniis, f :i.roV!jP m.
Siiki r Heeelpts, ,ikW; weak; common to
Catti.K Iteeel'iU, 2,100; otTerlntrs i hlelly
Tc.vniis; iniirket Jroni; unlive steeri
to l.fiiNl pounds nveruirc, $."i.iitar,ii.:iii; do d.'iO
lo 1.1K) pounds nvcrniti!, t l.siKiii.llli; stoi-kers
nnd feeders, rrus Texas steers,
Iloort ItecolptH, 7,mm; weak and n shadi
lower; lots -HI to -tSi noun Is uveraKe ut
$.jjKKijl.;M); mainly nt r.-l. 10.
Siikkp uecoipts, ni; steany; iiiuvi"boi in
pounds nvi raue ut ta.'Jj,
CATTLH MlllUet SU ltdv; lilfht Stl l'I'K. Jl.Oft
ff.l.:.T), mixed hiitcdiers, ja.iW.il.'.'.'i; hloi:kers,
Siikk.I' Market iiiiehunit' d ; eominon to I alt-,
f;MW.ii; rood to choice, :t.7. riiil.1l; tew very
extra "old at f4.Ni; Western liimhs, fil.KVij
4.U); Cunmla lumliH, f l.roU-l.7u.
If, Kim Murktd dull: rood irudes ulrudy;
roml Mietd.'iin and Krussers tl.K'KiDj.lil; rood
eorn fed Yorkms, fil.:rwMl.4H; u iiiiiiiIht ol
loads ol common stock unsold.
Money and Stock Market.
New Voiik. Anifust Ks. Money 2 por ronl.;
oxchnmrr- (iilet : (lovni nincnts Blrtnnr; cur.
loneyil'n. 17 hid; 4'H, coupon, pirn hid; 4','n,
do, lias hid. Mutki t openil wfnl ml In
thu Arid half hour tlicrn w-.ih coiislderTTr.efidl
In, under which prices declined S to 14,, lint
on sillmeiiuenl tiu.itif hy the hulls tho ilecllnt!
wua fully reoovoted. Townnl inlldiiy t! em
whh Bnothw raid on Iho 1 si. hy tho hem s tin. i
pcliutt flt bnt k ityiiln tn within n fnt dlon o
lh lowHt jioltit. 'I lie market is now dull an J
mi M. DAVIDSON,
STO V:: HANG ES, -:- TIN,
fj n pair. ';;i('rlin and Ajjjato 'Ware,
Vin Ciies, Hath 'luos, Witlt'i' Coolers & fccricam Km'zci.s.
Aa;t'iit for Adams & Westluke Oil. (iiisiiliiie' and Gas tnPH, iiptioit
Safe Co., Hiiiiiilton Stoi'l Plows, Chilled Plows, Wiilhiiig- Cultivatois,
( dim Shelleis, Hanters, F.tc, Etc.
n 97 'Sr 9A Klath Street,
lOi i i OO, OA1HO. III.
i'KLKI'IIOXK NO y.
W I I ITL O
E. A. BURNETT,
78 Oliio Icvee.
Prices according-1) Style ami Quality
of Paper, special discount mi large
I'ltK E Ptll SINT.I.K 1,000.
Letter Heads $4 00 to 5 GO
Bill Heads To to 4 00
Note lb ads 2 oO to d oO
Packet Xote Heads d 00 to 1 00
Monthly Htatiiiu-iiN 00 to d 00
Busmen Cards 2 00 to 4 00
Mnvelopes h:g!i ct C.sj 2 00 to li 0U
Jvivelop-js ihtgfi rut t'.Jo). . 2 00 to 4 00
Shipping Tn;;-' " 2 00 to d 00
Bill, Lading 4 00
Check?, Orders and Ih.ceipts
(10 books) d 00 to 4 00
Dodgers, all colors, fsingle
thousand) 0x9 . . . 2 00
Dodger?, 9x12 (-ingle thou
sand) d 00
Wedding Iuvitatl ns 4 00 to 7 o0
Ball Invitations 2 00 to 0 00
Ball I'rooran.mcH 2 00 to 0 00
Posters, 12 x IS, t '.4 sheet) 100 2 00
o ' OOH 4 00
" 1-3 x 21 ('i sheet),
single 100 4 0.)
21 x ::0 Hull sheet). . 0 00 per loO
2 x 42 (mammoth).. 9 00 cr KO
rK.teli aildltiot al 10 in pocPTs inn: u two
dmltiM. upettia! lu'es on h ji;! icat ion for colon-it
Maniifftiirer and )'i ci 'n
K'.h Strer., between I'uru'l Ave. ...el Li-v e.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL. KINDS OK AM t,N ITION .
We H!0lred. All KOidn ol h'tyn .tdi'.
las. n. SMITH.
EOBKHT A. miTll
Grand Central Store.
c;a i ho.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
s. y '"
t?tU St., but. Oliio U'vuo & ComuiiTciftl Avo.
Keiutirinsr neatly done at short notice
Mrs. Emily Bowers.
Mrs. AMANDA (T.AKKSON, Aiiotit.
.'oxt Ali-stindi i' Co. UnnU, Htlisit.
(Jt"Uoud Utock aud l'rlcei ltuasonublu.t
CK B l i O S
- - CAIKO, ILL.
l HO 6c UiS Com'l Avo.
have, fa!: and coreidctc 1!lo of
I) HESS GOODS,
I.iiii i. (Kaiils, Idbters, 5'ioiH, F.tc.
A heavy p'.itck ol Hoily llrn(i Tapi-r-lrii-
A fni! Htiwk ol (. I'io'hp, a!! i !.- acd price..
All (ioihIi! t.t Jtottoin J'riOHl
v'. W. HENDERSON,
Xo. 101 Commercial Ave.,
;,ole Aent foi the Celebrate'
Maoufactiircr and Dealer la
Tin, Copper and Stieet Iron Work.
HniliUrs' Hardware and ('(irpentrri!' TooI'.Taa'e
and Torket Cutlery, heit In tho narket. Hocera
llro.' Plnlerl Kuive., Korka unu Spoons, eiranlto
Iron Ware. Heriin Karthcnwaro, White .Moantnin
rrcaiTi", Water Coolcrx, Ktifrlerator.. Uotheii
WrliiKerc, Crown Klutern, So-p Ladderc, (iarden
Implement., Ooldun htnr Oil Stoves- vn in tho
world, Lamps of every demrlption. Klaln Oil,
Carpet Sweeper., IVather Du.tcrH, Uroom., Win
dow Sereen W!ru Cloth, l'ull iu:tl; ol Fiehint?
The ahovu t rock bottom price..
Corner L'th and Commcrcia! Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. 1-.
LOUIS 0. HERBERT,
(Succos.srr to Cha.s. T. Newland anil
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave , bet. Tenth and Ele
venth Sts ,
OA 1 1 tO. : : : ILL.
Drive Wul! Korco and Lift I'umpa fwnlahuil and
pill up. Aiguut for thu Celeliruted
"JJUCKEYE FORCE PUMP"
the heat iiunip ever lnventod. New Oa. Flxtwrca
liimlihed to ordor. Old fixtures ropalred and
UT Jobbing promptly attended to SlOtf
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stork
IN TIIK CITY. -
GOODS SOLD VERY CL08K
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor, Ninotoanth .tract 1 iflirn III
CoDituorclul Avunnn i Villi Ut lit