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M at Anr Mlatil 1 fa art aav afas line
ne, lathis uuliuu jiadar urojrite aasslaf
ithafi at . lprtnnor SlSperVtar
MarAwar, atava hi Trm )
A . HALLKY Dealer I J Stove. Tin ui Hsri-
an, M4nwul K smart' ImpUncaM, Win
UOoawaareiaT Avenue, tiuitarlaf, and Jab
Porkdsneoashartastiea. ''. v
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.1, S.ltoO ABBT-pMitla bar a4 soft, laav
r, floMtni; cauu( suunf aaa sofateaa
lumber, ki aaa ahlafflM. OHea and yard
yirntz t wentirtn wwmi Washington avenue
'I'lSClflTIH a' Kldt-Wurt to 'tub,
loori, slloAe, Mn hard end aoA lumbar and
Aloft. Yard aad office, Commercial arenas,
oierl7lk street , . ,..
- . . w.- qaaaswara.
t. 1 ABTUAN Cealer la Qaeenswara. Toyi,
I ip sad all kinds of Awey artial-a. Cuuiomr-
'Mai afa, Mar ska.
1 raalMCMDBl. ". . "
nt WATiaWtixra street between
'Jomnurelalareaae aa4 WuaiMtoa srtau.
.. '.'ckrttoM a jearaaa! TaUartaa;.
JOHN AMTaOI-afarrJiaat Tailor aad daalM
In, Heady Made Polking. II Ohle Leree .
M. X. HOWLIY-oatolEMat Afsat- Burt
ad mUi ml mum, oelUeU laata, nay taxes
ioi aoa-rasldanu.ei. Cammawtol araaaa. sa-
tweaaHlath sad Tenth attest.
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LnflVri 9m la) inMW IVHNVV nMtiwwni
A 17 CaSnnMaerWal Araaaa.
V bcaaral r'orwardlai and Csmmissto
aufioaaal, for ba aato sX ram, Oardca, Or
shard aad Dairy frodaae, Ohio Levee.
p A. WBKBLOCK A CO.-
Uwnl rorwardlnr. and Comnilulon
lunrhuu, aad daalcta la all kind of I'rail aad
' tiad, , S'easJIi toraihada aaplieiia. -
F1UDAY, XmmUr 16. U77.
sal laUiaa M. riUnharnyKIa lra-
With meOIcatad UUji, would InTite the
attMtioo ol tb tick, Dd thoae luQeriog
wlthchroolo diteaaea, narroui debility
exhaustion of vital power, neuralgia,
paratyile, female complaint!, catarrh and
all ImpuriUei of the blood. Her ijitem
of treatmrat la pleasant and aoothlDg,
o abockd are given; the baa been very
tncorealal for a number of yeare, and
i be does not betitate to warrant a cure,
where there leanr constitution to build
UfUUvJ ' ' .-'..'' '' , .V r
Baring enxgJtbe bttb-roomi of- Ir,
After on Tenth atreet. between Waihliyt
ton annua and Walnut street, where
ha will at all time take great pleasure
In Attendance on patlenti. Kor. 7-ltn
COLSING OUT AT C0$T !
- alrt.C AleUaa dealrea to announee to
tke public that site haa determined to
eUw out her large and elegantly assorted
atoek ol M1LLINEUV UOODS. Inclu
ding l.adlea' FURNISHING QOODS ol
tmxlj erery descriptfon, CNDEB
;TIAR, UOSIKRV. tc4 with very
' tatrge assortment ol LadleV, Mlasea' and
daUldraa'aSnOEStallof which mutt be
old within the next ?.rf
" THIRTY " DAYS
AtCoat Now la the time lor ladies to
buy DaU. and erery thing else In the
iSTAH old bill! most be settled at
oitoa. or they will be put out for col
. -A saw Plain worUV UaFablia, whe
ax latarMtad arkaa maila thalr !
ibtlif " tk 7aU aad WtnUr, Mpav
tllr f Boou aad Sbooa, that they ob
taJatbair "moaay'a worth-" Tola they
avre antlUod to, a mora aw laaa, aad the
toaolry with them ia, "wharacaa wa
trada wumt aaUaftoxUr ." Thtaamaybe
jsaawaraA at A Black'a, the City Bhoa
Btaia, IdO.OomaiareUl arsas far the
Mteertaa? waana i i .
let. Thar have the largaat aaaertatant
Aavd ateok U Boatharn XUlmoia. whlah
ia ample te neat the waste of every on a.
SaV, They bm eeO treat aaanaHacturara,
av4 a jobaara akaraby ehtalalB the
jrer, aad effeot tha Unreet btutnaaa to
akaathara IlUnoie. they maaae-eto do ao
,t aonpajaUraly aamaJl axpaaaa hav
ttlM cmtaUe employeea at tmauaara to
aaiat then aad are aonttab with mod
waUBreAta. They tharafDra offsr to the pnblie and
patreaa canatally tha oppartonlty theee
advaataarae efe4 tham at parahaalna
thair boot aad ahoaadarlaa" tha fall and
wlaUr by tka alacl pair at tba aaia
iwtaw taw aaasa gmtm a aalai at
aatlNaW, aad a laaat IS par eaal
laaa than ns al by aay athtar
laaaaa Mi tata ally. Wa aaaead tkas we
Maw M aU f tad
jaaaMBt' of svalva smsw BtaahU we
'' mBm lhaaa at ia anaie lraarlaary
imm ra rmrtaaraaara. w wlU di
adapaa aay ceadai m9r at aay alb
r aaaa sa tht ey ar vtetaHy as IS
pa aaaaaeaa taaa they aeU tkeat as.
AH a dayartaaaaiia ara aaaaute,
, aa4aaS at fraali. aaaaaaabl aad
ajae gaaaw fcap! aaly axy aa ara armt
al Bat barf ataa, tawlatflac latv
aaa of (iSsaBat'e MM' aa4 bay'
- aUht . eaabraldacad aMaa fat the
A. BLACK' Cat V AUOB STOBC,
Wa. Ida cwaaaaeaaial aveaaa.
- Money by getting your bolldin g materia
oiLaaaaiteraVKiee, They are selling lum
her at mill priees; a hut amount of white
piae and ey prass shingles ol the best bran
wetuUy on hand. Tfe sell pUe shla
gtet at fl.71 per thousand; sawed cedar
peata at at 33 cants each; white pine floor
lag al liS-H) per thousand; pin siding
at $11-00 per mousand. .Try yonr luck
with tkli Arm. tt.
Tha tarmal and moat comolatu aMorU
' ment ol Trusses, Shoulder Bracee, Back
mm ilimiIiuI Simnurtara. Uterine
syowgf wvwiii t r
be rotnvl In SoaUwra iUinoia at much
Imtaaaasaalprtcet.U Thoenlz Drug
flinrai corner uvb einn bm vommervMi
BTaWW.2 ' ' ' ' .v ;-.ww1m ' -
1 w ".. . '. .. . 0k. I. VHaba
!ont ti an fnr aUvardock. iu Ma
rosewood or walnitl ease, and watranlsjl
t -a a ulaAa-
rorone year, a "
corner of Elfbtb street and Wishing!
itM -" ; as a aw .
X " Lal BhorMtop.
-Clreult court will convene to-uior
f0WlfrnlnV ', t,
v-Ifyou want a dUh ot genuine turtle
soup, call at Harry Walker's Crystal
saloon this evening at nino o'clock.
' ! 1
Edward A. Buder, corner Washing,
ton arenne and 8th street, itthii.hi.d in
this city In 1801. U DreDared to make all
tylei ol jewelry on short notice. Call
and tee some of the new work lust fln.
Wwd. .. li iniw .
Wudge Bird's court wu lull ol busi
ness yesterday "Plain drunks" and
lights were plenty. -
The largest stock and mnt heautifin
designs of Silver Tlated ware ever
brougt to this city, now to be found at
tne old ana reliable bouse ot Edward A.
Bnder, corner Eighth street aad Wash.
Ington avenue. , lMMw.
At noon yesterduy Judge Bross sd-
Joorned County Court until the 26th
Inst, at which time several important
casea will be tried.
"Peep O'Day alarm" oiocki.the molt
perfect and convenient time keeper In-the
market, win go In any position, and Is
a stem winder. At Edward A. Buder'!.
corner Washington avenue and Eighth
We can safely assert that nothing
equals Dr. Bull's cough syrup lor all
eaoes of sore throat, coughs, etc. Small
bottle, 25 cents; large, 50 cents.
"Peep O'Day Alarm" clocks, In
nickel cases, at $3.50. They are stem
winders, wlU go In any position and are
the most beautiful and convenient time
piece to be found. Call at Edward A.
Buder's, corner of 8th street and Wash
ington avenue, and see the largest stock
of cloaks In the eity. ; -
Clem Young wa before JuJe Bird
yesterday on a charge ot forgery. The
ease wa continued until this morning,
Messrs. Black. Leek and McGeo for the
defense, and county attorney Mulkey
- If your time pluce is out of order, do
not entrust it to an Inferior workman
who will probably permanently Injure
and lessen It value. Edward A, Buder,
corner 8tli street and Washington avenue,
employe oaly competent and experience
ed workmen, and guarantees satisfaction.
That monster turtle ordered by Har
ry Walker, has arrived, and now every
lover of turtle soup Is invited to call at
the Crystal saloon every evening at nine
o'clock, Harry knows just how to pre
pare an A, Xo. 1 dUh of soup, and wants,
bis friends to come and try it 11-18-1 w
All the highest grades ot Watches, at
Edward A. Buder's corner ol 8th street
and Washington avenue. Bis stock is
eomplete,and composed of gold and silver
eases, stem and key winders, American.
Swiss and English manufacture, and will
furnish at the very lowest possible fig
ures. Compare his prices before pur
chasing elsewhere. lMl-lw.
The teinperanee meeting at the ware-
bodae last night brought out not loss
than one thousand people, and the inter
est In the proceedings were characterized
by that same enthusiasm aud earnestness
which has been noticeable from the first.
After Dr. lleynolds bad concluded his
address, sliort speeches were made by
John' P. llely, Judee Baker, Mrs.
Dr. Wardner aad other!. Fiity more
names were added to the pledge, and
now the Reform Club members tour hun
dred and llfty men. There will be a
meeting at the warehouse thl; evening.
at 7:30 for the purpose ol completing the
organization ot the club. Dr. Reynolds
goes to Villa Ridge this evening', where
he will deliver an address and organire
Children cry tor Pitcher's CaJtoria.
It Is ss pleasant to take as honey. It
contains no morphine or other deleter-
tors Ingredient, and la sure to expel
worms, cure wind colic, regulate the
bowels and stomach, aud overcome Irri
tation caused by rash or cutting teeth.
Mothers can rest, and children enjoy
health, who use Castorla. It Is harm
less, It Is certainly speedy, and It Is
We are In receipt of two communica
tion In which Dr. Reynolds and several
gentlemen who are actively identified
with the temperance movement now go
ing en in this city, are bandied In a man
er which makes It Impossible for us
to allow them place In our columns.
We are willing that all sides the tem
perance people, tho saloon people, and
the people who occapy ground half-way
between the two shall be heard on this
question; but we insist that com.
monlcatioM shall not be weighted down
with personalities and vulgar epithets.
Our column are open to all so long a
the subject I discussed dispassionately
and lalrly; but we will not permit any.
thing of a personal character to enter
Tbe Centaur Liulineuts are tfie great
est remedies ever discovered lor all flesh,
bone and muscle ailment bites, bruises,
swellings, burns, rheumatism, stiff joints,
etc. What the White Liniment does tor
the human lamlly, the Yellow Liniment
does lor horses and animals. They are
cheap, they are convenient, and they are
certalu In their effects. ll-ll-13w
In the county county yesterday,
Edward Snow, a thirteen year-old lad,
was tried on a charge of stabbluc a com
radc with a knife.- It seems the boys,
Edward Snow and John Harrison, lire ia
the neighborhood of Thirty-tour th street,
and on Sunday last while out playing
they got into a dispute and finally Into a
tight, . In the melee Snow subbed Hani,
son Iu th back with a knife, inflicting
a wound : from which it wu
at ttrst thought he could not recover.
Sheriff: Saap arrested Snow and lodged
bin lo th county Jail where h remain
ed nbtiJ yesterday when be wu taken out
or via! Messrs. Mulkey, Linegar aud
Lanadan appeared tor tbe fefendencc and
CountAttorney Mulkey.ftrth prosecu
tlon. Judge Bros fined young Snow
twenty-live dollars and the costs ot prose.
cntlon, and ordered him committed until
the fine and costs are paid.
The healthy growth ol the baby Is
dependent upon It freedom Irom the
pernicious eflects ot opium. Dr. Bull'
baby syrup Is the beat remedy known tor
tht dlmses ot early- childhood. Price
25 cents.' r
On Wednesday Chief Arter arrested
two men named, John Glenn end John
Turner respectively, on a charge of at
tempting to play a confidence game on a
negro named John Point. They were
locked up in the calaboose until ysster
day when they were taken out for trial.
Chlel Arter was accompanied by Officer
Sargent, and as the officer were leaving
the Jail yard with their prisoners, Olen'i
made a break '' for ' bis liberty.
Officer Sargent took charge ot Turner
while tuo chief gave chace after
the escaping prisoner. The race wu a
lively one across tbe commons back of
the Bullktix office, and up Walnut
at far as Fllteenth street, where the Chlel,
having been joined by constable John
Gladney and another man, overtook
Glena and brought blm back. Tbe pair
was then taken beiore Justice Comings,
who alter hearintr the evidence, assessed
a One ot one hundred dollars and costs of
trial against each tbe prlsoneri. Being
unable to pay tbe fines they were given
a stay and ordered to leave the city In
stantly. They went.
Tbe Sun says it Is possible Mr. Ober
ly may not accept the council's proposi
tion for him to visit Washington City to
assist Mr. ilartzell in obtaining another
appropriation for the improvement ol the
liver in this vicinity. We don't know
anything about What Mr. Oberly will do,
but suppose the olty council knew what
they were doing when they passed the
Tv Ur. Raynalda aad "raraalbeala."
Ta lbs kUiior of U BriLiTi :
From the "Disclaimer" ol Mrs. Mar
tin, the remarks ol some ol my friends,
and the reply? of Parenthesis, I Infer that
my position upon this temperence move
ment is mistaken. I, like all other
honest and sensible non-Christians, am
u much In lavor of temperence u any
Christian and a carelul leader ot my first
communication would hare so under
Tie position that I did take, anl that I
am willing to defend is, that no Christ
Ian can consistently sign the pledge
drawn up by Dr. Reynold.
In the course ot his remarks Wednes
day night the doctor said that lie was the
author of that pledge; that it forbids the
use of alcohol only u a beverage; that
Dr. Dunning atd Messrs. Barclay cer
tainly did not believe that It prohibited
them trom prescribing or selling alcohol
as a medicine, and gave us to understand
that those v. ho thought that It did were
hair-splitters. Xon-Cbristians are used
to being called hair-splitters for holding
their Christian friends down to many
scriptural commandments. They are
therefore not at all surprised to hear
Irom Dr. Reynolds, that to take a few
swallows of wine "for one's stemach
sake,", or "for ones atten intirmatiei," or
drinking it at the alter was not uting it.
The pledge plainly says: " We, the under
signed, pledge ourselves not to buy, sell
nor ute intoxlcsting drinks." Dr. Key
nolds did not tell us trAy taking liquor u
a medicine or at tbe alter wu not tains it;
nor did he tell us In what manner the
plain English words: "Nor use intoxica
ting drink" were changed luto: "Nor use
intoxicating drinks oj btreraji" mere
ly by the opinion and belie! ot Dr. Rey
nolds, Dunning and Messrs. Barclay.
I have been told that al the alter tbe
wine Is used as the blood ot Christ and
not u wine. On the same principle a
ligner of tbe pledge may go into a sa
loon, drink brandy and say: "I drink
this as water and not u brandy," with
out violating the pledge. But would
that destroy the properties ol the brandy?
Your own opinion does not chango
the fact whether you drink wine as
such or u the blood of Christ, It remains
wine and if you drink too much you
will get u drunk at the communion table
u in a saloon.
1 repeat and challenge refutation, that
a Christian cannot consistently sign that
But enough. Parenthesis, the person.
who in yesterday morning's Bulletin
attempted to answer my communication,
Is a rambling writer; one, wbo with bis
long sentences, only makes a point to And
himself off the subject. He hu not an
twer my objections. But be Is very good,
and advises me to read tho Bible In the
spirit of a "sincere seeker" after tbe
truth. Possible ! Behold the different
churches, all sincere seekers alter truth,
and each having found the other wrong
and only itself right. Parenthesis says
further: ."But, surely, misunder
stood Dr. Reynolds about setting himself
up is a non-Christian teacher." It I re
garded Dr. Reynolds u a teacher of any
thing it wu not as a nouChrittlan noru
a Christian teacher, but simply as a teach
er of temperance who would keep his
word, when be said: "These meetings,
regardless of religion or religious belief,
will be lor all." 1
inerc u no case on record wnere Dr.
Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry and
Uorchound bu tailed to give satisfaction
On the other band, whenever It bu been
osed by our people, hi sever colds.
coughs, - uthma, bronchitis, croup,
whooplng-cou;h and consumption, they
are ent'iusiastlc in Its praise. Containing
no opium or other dangerous drug, it
docs not constipate, and Is safe to admin
ister in all conditions of health. This I
an Important announcement, and the suf
fering are advised to hoed it Trial size,
10 cents; large sizes. 50 cent and One
Dollar, .Sold by Barclay Bros.
Also agents lor Prof. Parker's Pleasant
Worm Syrup, which la sure death to
worm. Pleasant tatake and requires bo
physic. " Price 39 cents. Try It
. " COMMERCIAL
' Cmi,luj.N-oi'i,TiMiasi'Av Konino,)
Nuvemlwr i Wh i
The weather Is pleasant and quite
warm lor the seaHou ol the year. Tbe
late rains however, huye left the roads Iu
every direction in very Daa condition.
The rivers are Iu fair boating condition,
aad river trade Is good. .Rates to New
Orleans are not changed.
Business here Is moderately active
with an Improved condition In the mar
ket for flour, hay, corn and oats, tb
demand for all ol which is now better
than for some time past. Flour is sfeady
and firm tor all grades, except choice
on which dealers would likely make light
concession In order to efleet sales ot round
lots. Medium grades are firm tt quotat
ion!. Receipt are liberal and stocks
good There is au Improved demand
for old white corn at 4C47c. Receipt
are light anl the supply In tbe hands ol
dealers small. New corn Is coming In
more f reely.and is selling at 424.1c
There Is an active and increased demand
for oats at 2627e. Receipts are limited
and the supply on the market very light.
.There is a lair demand tor choice
bay at $12. The supply Is light, and re
ceipt limited. Common and low grade
hay Is plenty and dull The supply
ot city meal ia about equal to the de
mand, and prices are steady at $2 33.
Country meal Is plenty and quiet at $2 20.
Bran la in light supply and active de
mand at $13. Receipts of potatoes
are good and the supply on tbe market
large. They are selling at $1 732 per
bbl. and 350o. per bushel Choice
apples are scarce and wanted at 12 75.
There are very tew on the
market Receipts of all grades
of butter have been more
liberal, and the market Is now well sup
plied Eggs are scarce and In de
mand at 17llc. Receipts are light......
Chickens are plenty and well at 1 25(3)
00. Turkeys are in good demand at
$0 009 00, according to size Game
Is beginning te come in, and Is selling at
good prices. Turkey! are worth 50
75c; ducks, $1 OO&l 26 per dozen, and
quail, 75(a0o per dozen Deer i
selling at C(77c Cabbage Is
plenty, low and dull.
BATSS Or HEIGHT TO NSW 0RI.8AN3 AND
Dry bbl 30 35
Grain 15 17
Pork A Beef 35 50
flay 20 22
Bank landings 5 cents per 100 lbs., and
10 sent per bbl. higher.
Our friends should bear In mind
that the prices here given are only lor
sales from first hands in round lots. In
tilling orders and for broken lots it is
necessary to charge an advance over
Tbe market is steady and firm on all
grades except choice, on which dealers
are inclined to make concessions in oruer
to effect sales. Receipts are good and
stocks accumulating. The demand ia fair.
We note sales u follows:
320 bbls. Varloua Grades
on orders $4
4 i(i, 25
ft Wt 75
There is a fair demand lor choice old
white eora at 4C(47c. in bulk. Receipts
are light and the supply on the market
small. Sales reported were 2 cars ntw
wbite in sacks, 4Sc; 1 car old white in
sacks, 32c; 450 sacks mixed, 50c; 1 car old
white in bulk, 40c.
Receipts of oat are light, and stock on
th market limited. The demand is
rood. Prices are steady at 26&27c. Sales
reported were 1 ear mixed in bulk, 2'
700 sacks mixed. 3Cc; 3 cars mixed in
bulk, 26; 2 cars mixed in bulk, 27c.
Receipts el choice hay are light and the
supply small. There is a lair demand
for choice at $12; low grade hay is pleuty
and dull. Sales noted were: 1 car Gilt
Edge, $13 00; 1 car good mixed, $10 75;
3 cars choice, $11 00; 1 car choice Timo
thy, $10; 1 car Red Top, $8 50,
The supply of City meal is about eual
to the demand, and prices art quiet
and steady at $2 2o. Sales were 100 bbls.
City, $ 2 33; 50 bbls. $2 35, 20 bbls.
Country, $2 20.
Supply light and demand good at $13,
Salea were 500 tacks, $13; 1 car In ucks,
Potatoes are in lair supply and quiet at
$175(52. Receipts are liberal. We note
sales of 25 bbls. peachblews, $1 83; 00
bushels do, 4o50c
Choice apples are In good demand, and
wanted at $2 75. Receipts are light, and
there are but few on tbe market. Sales
reported were 25 bbls. various grades,
$22 50; 10 bbls. choice Ben Davis,
Receipts of butter for the last few days
have been Urge, and the sunply of all
grades is good. Choice is in fair de
mand, while common and low grades are
dull and unsaleable. Sale noted were 6
tube choice Wisconsin, 25c; 2 boxes roll,
choice, 23c, 20 pail Southern Illinois,
1032c; 10 pkgs. Northern roll, 2023c;
3 tub good country, 23c; 1 tub choice,
26c , s a
., There are very lew on th market and
scarcely any arriving. Th demand is
lively. Sales were 2 boxes, 17c; 100
dozen, He; 3 boxes, 18c; 2 boxes, 17jc.
Tb market 1 overstocked with chick
ns, and they are hard to dispose of.
Turkeys are In good demand at trom $C
to $8, according to size. We note sales ol
4 coop chicken, $1 753; 3 coops mixed
ehfcken, $2; 2 coop mind chickens, $2;
2 coops turkeys, $8 75.
GAME. , ;Y
Gam ia beginning to com In and tells
readily ai good prices. We note tales of
2 dozen wild ducks, $1 25j I dozen quail,
75tn00c; turkey, 0O76c; Tension, 67c
salt. .i :.?;,
400 bbls. Ohio" river, $1'35. "
Sale were 1,000 lbs. pork strips, 8c;
5 packages, S. . S. htm, 1213c.
... LARD. 1 !
Sales were 6 tierces kettle rendertd;
Onions are in good demand at $2)2 23
perbbl. . .
A choice lot ust received In small and
large packages. II. Leightos,
tf . CI Ohio Levee. ;
Vfeod Waraltif Itaahlaarjr Far Bala
One Plainer and Matcher, one Heading
plainer, one' Surfacer, and one Glgsaw
machine, for which I will take lumber In
payment. ' For terms apply to
2a-lm Jamk Bill, Ullin, Ills.
Barr! Br! Haarlfl
Cbai. Pblferllng bu on tap and Is
dally in receipt ot fresh Pllsener beer of
tbe rarest quality; also C. Windish, Muhl
hauser & Bros., Clnclnnatl'beer which Is
acknowledge to excel all others. Pliffer-
Ung extends a cordial invitation to all his
trlends, " U-17-lw.
French quarter striking clocks,
Itblca calender, Seth Thomas, Automa
ton and Musical clocks at greatly reduced
prices, at Edward A. Buder's, corner
Eighth street and Washinton avenuo. '
11 -12-1 w
SIU.NAL SKRVICR Kit PORT.
statios. low wAraa. UUt or Fal
IT. M. IT. IN.
MlUborg- T s "l T"
CiaclniitU. x XI
LeuiSTlll 4 H X i
K.vnvlll. 3 u S
tAOLh... 2 X U
Cairo . 1.1 ( 3
St. Paul 2 S 0 i ,
DaTtnuorl H I
Ktosiik II i
81. lyiuii 10 4 X
Btrr,aiu Signal Htrvice, U. 8. A .
Owing to the Increased demand for
cold water as a beverage our river column
was completely dried up yesterday.
The Idlewlld Captain Ben Howard was
out in the Eyansville trade night before
last. It looked good to see her again.
Mr. John Murre is her purser.
The Dora Cabler Captain Walter Pen
nington, wlll.be here this evening for
Evansvllle "and don't yon forgit It." '
The Future City hu 5 barges of freight
and a full barge in her tow for the south.
The Fanchon added some poultry and
eggs and cleared for Xew Orleans with a
Capt, Fred Davis, who used to be witli
us with his patent dredge boat but who of
late has been a resident of Xew York,
writes that he is about to depart for
Brazil, South America, where he will
spend an Indefinite period and thaw out.
He hu suffered with ague a great deal
since he left Cairo. lie promises lo catch
us a devil illsb it he can. ' We arc so much
Captain Jno. Wherry of the snagboat,
Jno. X. Macomb, hu gone to Little
Rock, bio old linme ol which be writes so
olten, to spend a tew weeks among
From the Cincinnati Commertial, 14th:
Captain Oakes will have tbe Rapid Tran
sit ready to depart lor istv uneans dv
the first of next week. She will take a
tow ot produce and fiatboats from here.
Madison, November 13. The mil boat
of llagan Jt Wadsworth was successfully
launched this morning. Tbe hull ot the
steamer Calumet is afloat; as soon u a
sufficient rise comes she will be turned
Pmsui'RG, N'ovember 13. Additional
accidents to tne coat neet: Uuwara
aground with 4 barges at Brown's Island:
Bengal Tiger stuck her entire tow ol 12
barges at tbe Sisters, but succeeded in
getting 4 ol them on. The toal alley
sunk 1 barge at Black's Island, and is laid
np at Xew Cumberland witn the remain
der of her tow. The Joseph Xixon
grounded with her entire tow at the Sis
ters, and, at last accounts bad only suc
ceeded in getting 1 off. The Simpson
Horner is reported as having sunk 2
Dartres opposite tne kneeling water
works, and grounded the greater part of
tne remain Jer. it is estimatea that some
50 barges started out on this last rise will
net get through. Captain Hugh Bevington
leaves for Louisville to-night to take tbe
John Dlppold trom there to ew ur
leans with a tow ef coal. The towboats
Smoky City and Dick Fulton Xo. 3 were
sold by tbe United State marshal to-day,
the former to J. C. Risber for $25,650,
and the latter to J. P. Smith for $3,075,
There wu quite a large crowd In attend
ance at the sale, but the bidding wu not
u spirited as expected. The towboat
Bea. Wood and the Mononrahela river
packet and Elizabeth, collided this fore
noon near the PanUandle bridge while
a dense smoke was hanging over the
river, but fortunately neither boat sus
tamed any damage worth speeding or.
Tha Slmnle Horner, at 10 o'clock this
morning, sunk 3 barges, near the Top
mill; also one oeiow tne suspension
bridge. The balance of her tow rests on
the bar opposite the Waterworks, In a
-Ladies will find at Edward A. Bu-
der's. corner Eighth street and Wuhlng
ton avenue, some beautiful and stylish
presents for gentlemen, Just received. An
Inspection of hi goods beiore purchasing
elsewhere, will probably prevent alter
COME AND SEE ME !
I am now offering my entire
rer lha a! Thirty Day
An I intern t quit A .iii,
PARTIES IX SEARCH OF BAR
GAINS SHOULD NOT FAIL TO
GIVE MR A CALL.
I. WILDE R, "
. Cor. eth Street and ObJLy
HOLD THF :
wlthourgnrlondreisllD tha beik-utof lisblon-good goods aad wall au4.eaV
mondid by old General Squar Dealing, drtised In alibis glory. . T7- .
Look at our Soldiers Dreiwd In tho nobbiest of good!, laokleg like they had Jur.
tumsd trom "droit-Darsde." Hot a mlltttnnt a nmint nilcdBnt n llian
rip to be seen not a button wanted.
treasury ana iommiary full tor time eternity. Everything is all happiness,
Look At OurJesiegefs
Led on by tbat mo-t ancient fraud, "King Shoddy," and followed by a dltargaalud
boit, In number, ten to one dressed in cuesp roods oi the King's ewn nuafuture
Hhopdy. Xot a lit cot a la Joseph panti short enough tor wading
puruouM teams open and bottom acarce almoit unknown. Tha
mollis reemed to have had- a ml lolly Unto, Treasury ana
Commliaary empty and uo hope of replenishing until tho Ifort la Uka. No hop ae they
bavo been battling at our fortress tor time Immemorial, but not a single advantage hu
Dean guiuea, dui aeteriers oan be eouniea
on wbo shall win f
The Lord tells ui to believe In that which
To tha readers of tha Bclliti.v: Buy
Remain in tbe Fort, Have nothing to do
We keep nothing, but good goods
us at any price.
we intena t ami nve ana aie in the "Ken."
u ..a .
PHCENIX DRUG STORE
uorner4tn street uom'riAveA o
I Have Opened an
And Toilot Arilolcs,
To Which I Call the Attention of the Public. '
bar! will make the accurate comncundinff of nhyskiAns nrescrlDtloo a sna.
REASONS WHY THE
HP six ur n
Is Preferred to all Others :
Ik. Thty are maueof the beat "WAMSrTT A" MUSLIN.
ind. Kxsouisars Uure ply aad made of lha best linen, each ply being auras lead 0 be all
lintd. ' r
Ird, Iheyaremsdeonlrbrcapableandexperieneadliands.aadaraeuefallv inspected and
are aneurpsaead by any other in workmanship. ,
4th. They sn guaranteed to tit and aire tatiitactionlnerery particular. '
Try Them and be Convinced !
FOR SALE OXLY BY
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Shoes, Carpets, Etc.
124 COHHERCIAX AVEOTE. .
A Hew Boardlaa Iloaaa.
Mrs. Gafiney has taken charge ot the
large house at the corner of Seventh
street and Washington avenue, where
she will conduct a boarding house. She
is refurnishing the house throughout
with excellent iurnlture, and is now
ready to receive boarders and entertain
them In first-class style, giving to them
all the comfort and convenience that
could be desired. Mrs. Gafiney has had
many years experience in boarding house
and hotel management, and leels confi
dent that she U capable and able to give
better accommodations lor less money
than any other boarding house in the
city. She solicits a share ot public pat
Is to common in the country a 'scarcely
to need comment. The causes which
produce it are such a cold, irregular
living, overexertion, low spirits, night
air, exposure to miasmatic exhalation,
Ac. In large cities where edge tools
and agricultural Implements are manu
tactured, the grinder protects his lung
Irom the Injurious eflects of the dust
flying oil the grindstone by wearing a
respirator. The coal miner ere tt de-.
scends the shaft provides himself with a
safety lamp to guard against flre-Jam p.
Now It Is equally necessary lo. those
wbo are brought In contact with any ot
the causes leading to Intermittent fever,
to provide themselve with that well
known aad highly esteemed remedy
against it, the home stomach bitters.
Ed. Braxton ha returned to his old
stand In the Reiser building, where he I
better prepared than ever to Accommo
Jute hid patrons and th poblle wb
may favor him with a call. He has gone
to considerable expense in fitting np a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
he hu provided with all tb latest Im
provement and convenience. He en
ploy only first olasa workmen and those
who patronize blm will have their want
attended to m styla and will receive
courteous treatment. - t
Just received 1,000 lb, ol Oaaas, which
we oiler te the tb retail trad toe 10 oral
psrlbv r i (3t) Jlaw Yoas Stom.
oy tne tnoussna. aim tfie ngnt toes oravoiy
la rood; and if the Lord I f r ni, who can
(rood goods well-made, and have s full peeket.
with "sboddv roods, for rou will altran ba
well-made In our house. No "shoddies" bought by
Entire New Stock of
Q. B. O'lLABA.
: Tr aaa Mark
Edward A. Buder, corner of Wash
ington avenue and 8th street, I getting
new holding goods every day. Call aad
a raw or the phicas ay
PETTIS & BIRD'S,
UthASD WAHUiyOTON AVE,
10 fb Amber C. Sugar.
10 lb X. Orleans .
J lb ltlo C'oflee.,.......
H lb Wbite Sugar.
4 lb Soda.
4 Boxes Hatches..
Starch, per pound.
0 Bars Soap...... 39
Coal Oil. per gallon. aataaa!aa 39
And all other good very cheap.
Also, Just received, a choice lot ot Par
dpices. Mustard, English Table flaoc
and Pickles. . .
Call and see us. M6t '
Tha "Baaa aaet aaaew"
01 our country hav olten especially
about election time been mad th sub
ject ol laudation; bnt when thoae useful
port of th human structure become too
visible in consequence of annneae, they
can scarcely be called graceful. The eye
delight not to dwell npoa angel and
ridges lu either man or wooaa. Mere)
over, extreme enucleation Is a alga
imperfect dlgettlon aad onaqnal pov
erty of the blood. Both
the evil are ietadSd by
fi oatetter's Stomach Bitters, which rea
der diirestlon ta aasimUaikMi eartaiaUea,
In oonaeeoeoca of which the bleed a
quires richness ana in boot on
Tba sr the hollow place tiled
the angles rounded ol. Throneb I
atrnmeaiallty of tht near lis aid t ah-
gestion and promoter of aexysaeai weal
being, in nouy rapKuy game am vsjar,
color return to th
aooctite 1m Drove.
vanish, smtabaalthrat BVpetwtogTea -
to erery vuJ nncuoa. .... -
Ytooh atrlnge, filter striae, fag.
to be bad at Id war A..EadaTls,
T TraAa Mark,
Ith street awl vTatthton aveaw' B
bu Just meroasad has saok ef Cava
good, and now ba 0 mm errsSa
aaaottsamt t be roenet W Use aicJl off
,wt. - . -. : ' u-m -
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