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Ttheretry given that default Vmein& Ut-tinwlV
for more limn slxly ilny In tlic M)'inent nfn
I'viuuiiui llie minium rrrumi lit IK IKlllI 111 a
rcruln MorlKnp execute, by Wm. burin to
niiiur niMij i nxiorann r.tlHInl'arSons.'Jlm
trraorthfUlroCity l'rierly, finledM" lllli
-.. irronieM in me jiecuriier'l Olllfe, In and
i?r !.nlletr'.,l,".,y ii'thfuinifDr Illinois, in
Hook "l'" nr ileitis, imirr 10), wr, llie iin.Jer
Jlffii'sl, MlilTniKbu, will, hiiMuturilny, the.
i "r Jnrr m-xl. A I HT5, at 10
ciuiK in iiiciorrniHiiinr Hint niy, Miner nii'lny
virtue of thnpovrer if tale nintulneil In anl'l
Mortirajte, nil, nt imlillrmirtion. In the lilcliest
lil'Mer, for rali,ntllie ,,niee liult.lliiu of Midi
Inistees, corner lif Washinrnn avenue ami
i.ivm.-riiui unci, in sain rur nr airn, In AIM'
7... '"J """ ninf'ii Illinois, all tiif rmiil
title and Interest nr uil Win. I'aan nr lilaa
JUcnj, in ami to lot munlivnil Si (ihlrtj -two) n
V$f', numbered 21 (tiretitouc) In the I'otirtli
ouiiiiiun iu paiuiiiy or luiro, uroiriiniK In the
ivuniri uii u.rrtor, hiiii lie irtiuni ninm
me purpose,, mi'l rumllfioii nt sal
Mortfcnifc. H. hrAAI.STAVI.Olt,
Trustees or the ( Him ( ily I'rniierty.
Dateil Cairo, , lr I Irll lOO-M
- 1 -
lihertliy Klvm thnt ilt-f-iiitt Imvlnjf lnenntwle
mr moie mail siaivtriya in me la) rni-nt ir u
portion nr the amount eeciirol in ! tinlil br n
-.!. U.llffiMI ,.... I .. t I... ,1-1 . , i
IpHamnel Hint! 'liiylor nrul Jjltrlu I'-ir-ons,
Truiteesnrilieliilrot'lh rmily, il.itisl Marrli
nni 1-11. m-immi III me lieiriler'a OHire, In
anil for Alcxuii'lercoiinlr, n Hie Malml nil.
riols, 111 Iloi.k "4" i,r ilessla, iinzp JIT, We, tlir
uuikrulffmil, sal;i 1 ruslees, Mill, mi sainrUay,
llie (itlnLiyof .lamiary netl, A 1, Ikjs, nt ID
11 iimftiiiuir iiiiTiKNin ni inai iuv, uriii(Taiil
by v-lrtue of llie ioh er or Mir rmt.ilncl 111 salil
Mqttajte. m, nt I'ubllc Anrllon, b tlif IiImIimi
I'Uder, for !, l Uienniu; buiMlnir c.r s.M
Trusties, rornir or VVaslilnxliiii Avenue iitit
r.iiwernui Htifi, in Mini III) orijtlro, In Alex
anrtcr county ami Mate or Illinois, nil tlierhilit.
title ami Interest nfanlil IteWm J Close or her
"ini. 111 anciioims nnmirnM 1 (one). 1 (two),
3 (Itiiee), trour), 4 ((lie), 0 fslxi, T (seven), U
(flfht), B mine), In lilnek niiliiWsl M (elirht)
elrlitj In I hi- First a.Mlllon to the sail I ily or
irg, acconnna; iriiuii rnvjniMi piai uirttni,
Willi the atiiurtciiaiire, lo natl'ty the .liriO-rj
piiwwu'iiii'iii iji fwti'i .11111 ixaKV.
. Tnilre orilw Cnlro ( Ily I'miwrty.
DMnl, Oulro, III., lircemla r Hlb, Iflt.
lahtrtliy ultra thatil'lhiilt bavlnr; bwii invle
lor mutt man aixiy uaya in win rnyineiitor
l'Orlioiior the amount ,rnill to be wilil by
arerbiln MorbrarrexeeiitKl by Hniry liuiiVer
10 rajnuf 1 pi.tjh layuiraiiii i.'lHin ruraont.
Truttrra or lb t'olm City l'rni.-rty, ilati-!
Aiijfuit 9Ui. lwtf. nt:onlcl In lb" Itrrnnlrr'i
Unioe, In mul rr AletamltT cminiy In the
niaie or iiiinoi in ihk,ic "i"'or hm4. mpn
119 U'e, ll- uniUrniicnr-l. i Inittnn,
will on Nntunlar, IbeWli il.iy or laniury next,
A D KJ, at lOo'rlocV In lb forenann or that
ibiy, nn-ler ati'l by tlrtne or the i-iwer of nale
rouuuiHi in Kaui .iionffafre a 11 , at riiuue Auc
tion, ti. the bight-it bil.i r, for cn'h.nl the or
ncebulMInK ur aahl Iniiitrra, coriKTor U'iib
Intfton AtPUUa Oll'l l-Ihlhlrulli ktrrt-l. lu anl.l
Uty i f Lnlio, In Alexander ciiiiily anil laleor
iiuooif, an uie rum. line aun luiciral ur xibl
Henry Dunkrr or bt oMiitiM. In urn I tu Ion
numbenil 1 (t'Tentetii) anl li (,-lMiii-tn; In
block numUmril (lui.iitj.one) In the rmirth
addition to talil I Ity or lalro, urconlnu lo the
ruyinl1 pint Ibrnof, th theajiiilriuinre, to
aitury th'iurieiaiiil oimlltluii or !'! Slurt-
eeT ' 11 1 .1 it 1 o 1 .1 iiiii,
TrtHteoa or the Cairo ( it) I'loMrlr.
Dalrtl, Cairo, 111, Dro-mUr llUi, lr7l
Iihertby irUen that il'f.iull baln(; been mule
for more than lxty iUya In the
pyro-nt or a jxjnlon or the amount
arcuml to ! inl-l by n n-rtnin Mortiraffc
rxecutnl by William Kitbaliicl lo ."amuel
W!nu Taylor ami IMwiu I'amom, Tnittce or
tl. Lain I Ily rroirty, ilatKl I ebruary 771b,
IWi, rrconll In the llxonler'a OIUw, lu ami
rr Alexander county, lu the ftate or III Inola .
In Ikok I'" orilrtili,).iire3iJ, we, tlir unur
Irueil, laLlTruilM'-, ulll, on fratnnbiy, the
Ithilay or January next, A I). 173, at ID
o'clock in the forenoon or that Uay, tiwlrrauil
riy Ylrtueof beoweroralecontalnrl Inaalil
MorfCTfe, irll, at I'ubllc Auction, lo tlifhlh
ntbul.b r for 1-11)1, nt the oflire bull'lin; of
ah! Tnjitee, rorneror Wuhlnrton Avenue ami
UlXhlerntbalritt, Inanlil ( ity of tlro InAI
oitvler county ami Mule or lllliiil, all the
rUht, tllleamt Inlrrrtt or ilil William Kin.
laitrirk or hli lualKn. In nml id lot Humbert I S
(fire), lu block numbered 1 (one) in tbe .'rinl
Addition to laid I Ity of Cairo, .vtxmllnt," to the
reeorrteil plat thereof, with the auplttteiwuce,
ine ininj." ana ronuinoii 01 auu
SI-AAThl AY I.O It 1
r.i i. i-.uu
Trul-of the Cairo Cily l'ro-ily.
Dalrd, Cairo, III , IKt ember lllli, lr7l.
Ii hereby itiren tlut ) fault luiyins U-en male
rur more than alxty day In the luyiiunt uf n
portion of the amount ecuil to W ralil by a
lertaln Mortirare executed brTliom.i O'llamto
eaiuuel uiat 'laylor and IMwln I'arvma. 'Ini
b.ioflhe Calm Cily l'roerly,iltiil )ctob-r
)Hh, 1H, reconlnl In the IteCopler'a Ofilcc, in
ond lor Alexander county. In Ihc 'ute of 111
lioii, In lok Jl" iifilwlt, imjteSK), etc, we.
Ihr undrrtliird, nald Tniste, will on f-ntur-lay,
the Mb day or January iiixt. A I l?7i,al
IDo'rlock in tlicrureiioonorthatilay, umUrund
bv llrlueof the power of aalc containH In nld
.Mnrtftaye, eell, at I'ubllc Auction, to the hub
1 t bidder, for cadi, al the otUre builillnir ofa.ild
mutccs corner or Washington Arentir and
KlKliUeulli .(ml, lu add III) ..riulru, In Al
exander county and Sutu or I1II110U, all the
rlfti!, title and Intirilof aald Tlionua O'llunt
or hli tuaipni. In ahd to lot numbered'.'? (tueu
e.cTrn), in block mimlieinl 4A (fnrty-aix) In
ifu! flrat Additlou tu aaid City or Uilro, aiTunl
Inz tu IU trronldl plal tbereor, Willi the uii
iiurtinanrci. to eatlify the purpoe4 and rotull
lion of M AlOrtAge.
S STAATu TAYJ.Ort,
Trtntect or the Cairo t liy l'rniierty.
Daleil, Cairo, 111 , December lllli, l!f7l,
la hereby given tluit def.mll having been rnade
rormorethan alxty dn) In the tuyinent ofa
iHirtion or the umuiint ecuretl to In- imld by u
rerudn JIortKaKc cxecutiil by M icliot 1 .-g-dt to
ejamml 4taata'la)lornd Kdln 1'arwiin, I nu
teeaorthaCriroi'lt)' Tropeity, dnteil Oetolier
17th, le.l, recorded In Die Ilii onUr'a Oillce. In
and fur Alexander onnly, In the SUienf llli
nola. In book "M' ordeeiU, ii(ie lld,i.tc , we,
U iiiiderl(riieil. aald 'I rmtifi. will 011 ?atur
day, the tih ilay oMnuiury, next, A 11 1 ITS, at
10 o'clock In the foreii'Miu of tluit tUr, undcrand
by vlitue uriheiioner oreale cnnlalneil lu mid
MortfHk-e. nil, at I11LII0 Auction, to tlir IiIkIi
ulblJiler. ror cxill, at the oillce biilhlluor
4I1I Truii-4. corner of Washington Aemieittnl
tlelittentb ulrwt. Ininld Cite of Culm, In Alex
ander county nndfttnte of llllnoli, nil the right,
title, and Interest ol'.ild Michael ecott or lilaui
alfna, In and to Iota numbered a (Die) and !
taixl In block numbeml W (ninety-two) In the
pirat Addition to hald City or Cairo, according
(0 the rccoiUI ilt thereof, with Hie apiurtcii
ancei, to nullify the pnroe and condition of
ld ilortgauL'. V. AXAATS TA VI.0I1,
'I'rutteea of Hie (."ali o I Ily Priii rly,
nqle.1. Cairo, 111 , lUctii) licr Mlh. lr.l.
Exchange for me on nil ttio prlnclp.l
rttloa ot Kuropo, at Cily National llauk.
A, it. BaVFOUP, Cnslilcr,
AU. kinds of rulxcil drinks made Wtli
illipaU'b, and moat lutclom to Ilia tade, at
ho Crystal saloon, cornor of Commercial
avenue and Sixth street. 12 & tf
Till: finest brands of vlgatu krpt con
atantly at the Crystal saloon, cornorofSlxth
street and Commercial avenue. l--ftf
Hest quality silver-plated waro Ics than
cost t Parsons, i)vU .t Co's, Tenth street.
Daniel Uartniaii Invltcu tlio attention
of the public to the Ininiensd iinsorlment
cf new, beautiful, ucfiil niid ornamental
trootls that will In n fow days bo dis
played nt his ktoiv, comprllii) beautllttl
Chin tea fcts, handsome eoloirneor toll.-t
sptn. llohemlan vases. Jewel boxes, riolls
of all sizes nml prices. Corner Sixth
street anil Commercial avenue.
Oood elngU toow on the upper lloor at
the Saint Charles ean bo had, with board,
at tho very low rato of 830 per month. Two
targe family rooms, frontliiK on llio Ohio
river, can bo secured at $90 and 100 por
tnotitu. These rooms aro double and very
Now la your time. You can get better
bargains than were ever offered bofore lu
the line ot stoves, tinware and housefur
nliblDBgoods.atA. Halloy') No. 103 and
179 WiWugtQn aye. 10-a-lS-lm
" FAIR ANDFESTIVAL I
Bazaar of Fashion !
Ilnljtiiirt-r4 lor Hiillilny l'rpscnlnl
Tho T.adlcs of the Presbyterian Church
will open a Kalr and Festival In till? city
III 11 mlny i:xriiintr. llrceniliiT ITlli
itcfrcthments Inabtiudanco fflllbciprca
that will natlify tho most
1- nticy article In great variety will bo
offered for'nalc that cannot fall to pleaso
No pains will bo spared to mako this fair
complete In Itself. Mignlllueiit Holiday
present for youiiK and old.
Kviueinbcr the time nnd look out lor one
of the finest entertainment", ever given In
IIovh1 hats only fK) cent, ntKlllott.V Hav
I'reili lljltiiuorc oysters received dally
ami aobi by I'lill. II, Piup. riOO-ll-'-fbtl
New l.lllillier Ynril.
Chi. I.aocalcr and Newton Klcc, flxto
with Walters) both well known to our eltl
zena, nnd to river men generally, havoia-
bibll-Ucd a lumber yard In Cairo, ror er of
Mxtcctith utrect and commercial avenue,
They ulll keep every description of build
lug material and Hesroboat lumber, loo-,
eah, blinds, mouldings, ahiuglcs, lath, etr,
etc., ami are determined to Ml lo.vtr tliat
lumber bat over been ob.l In Cairo.' They
solicit a fair trial Irom steamboat men and
builders, and guarantcn wll-ucl Ion in all
OYNTi:itSl OV.HTKltH t!
Pprost, 1.15 Ohio f.evce, la renelsln? New
Oiliana oysters escry morning In bulk. He
making bin o 11 emu and pnckln bis
own oysters, thereby molding tlio exoibl
taut charges for transportation, and l ena
bled to furnish a better article at a Ie
prlco than any other dealer. Patronize a
home In-tuiulcn, and beneiit yourself.
ItllOIIIH IO Ill-lit,
Klght rooms to rent on Third etrcct be
tween Washington and Commercial nsi
nue. Applr tu William Mcllaloior at
on tho merits of the lllble, between I'. K.
Undenvcod, of lloiton, Ma-s., and Prof.
O. A. Jlurgca', ot the Northweatcm Chris
tian University, at Indianapolis, Ind., In
Cairo, III , commcceltig December
1671, and continuing four or raoic nights.
1. Iletolvcd, That the lhblc Js histori
'1. Itoiolvcd, That the lllble Is sclcntlll-
3. lteolved, 'lliat the lllble teaches bad
and corrupt moral-.
10 Ibsj gtiar for 1, nt WIIoo-.
3 n butter for $1, at Wilcox'e.
I lbs coll'ee for SI, at Wilcox'e.
Potatoes SO cents vr bushel, at Wil
Jlr. P. PitzgcraU has Just received and
has on sale at his sties ro)m, a large flock
of Kngllsh ale, porter, Ilcnnessy brandy
and wines, and llipiors ot all kind-, which
ho will disport- of at reasonable price".
Ho, for good bargain", nt A. Halley'',
lie will tell at greatly reduced prices for
the noxt thirty days. No. Uii and 170
Washington avenue. 10-12-Mm
1 1' you want flnu liquor", go ta the Crys
tal s-iloou. comer of hlxth an J Coimuerelal
J. II. Marque & Co., of New York city,
dealers lu and Importer of Human Hair,
have cstabllahrtf n branch house In this
city, and eanopply WIgs,ToupefH,Ilrald-,
and frizzes made to order. Combings
made up In every style, Phlti, Switches',
Holls, Plain nnd Taney Chignons always on
hand, (llovcs cleaned and made equal to
new. The ladles of Cairo ure Invited to
tall, lu lteltcr'a building, comer of Klghth
street and Commercial avenue. W c hell at
au advance ol only 10 per cent, on New-
.1. i omvav, nupcr.uiciuicni.
I.nni li i:cry liny.
Ocorzo I.attuercornerof Pourk-enth and
Washington aonuc, will furnish hereafter,
every dsy to his patrons a .No. 1 lunch, be-
twotn the hours ol ten and twelvo o'clock,
Kresh Milwaukee becrand fragrant Havana
cigars to bo had at bis bar nt all time.
A 1'UI.I. line of boys' and youths' caps at
KUIolt iV Haytliorn
All Watches, Clicks and dewclry, that
have been left with me for repaliv.on which
the enarges aro unpaid, will be this day
left at the Jewelry store or Sir. II. Houpt,
on Washington avenue, and will at tho end
or thirty days from this dato lie sold to pay
charges. Hkkman Wiu.r.u.
t'Aiiio, JIlK., December full, 167 1.
1I0VB, go and sco tho Storm King, at Kl
1 wish every person Indebted to mo to
call and set' lo before tho 1st of January,
187S, as I have concluded to carry on a
strletlv cash business on and al'.er that
dato. If settlement Is not mado as request
od In this notice tho amount due to mo
will bo collected by law.
CAinO, I LI.., Dee. 11, 1H71.
Kilty to scvcnty-ilve dollars pur month
Agents wanted utory whore. Teachers,
ladles, gouts, etc., etc. No capital or out
lay required, fcciul 20 cents for postage on
outfit, to D. C. Vi:i.ciian,
tf Jryh) Station, Union County, Ohio,
Mr, Winter Is busy painting Homo large
nortralts lu oil, AVo are glad to seo tho
pooplo waking up to tho appreciation of
truo genius. A una puotograpn 01 1110 iicv,
Mr. Thayer, ou exhibition) l Hw Itself.
WIIDNKSDAY, W:CHMIIi:it 10, 1871.
Illilscniinl r iinreli.
Thf lailii' of lliu l'lil'i.'0ial Church lire
earnestly rvqui-tou to meet this W'cA
nesday) morning, ut tln;florr fornifrly
occupied by the iUw Cnion. on ( '0111
merclal nveniie, ltwefii Ninth ami
'lenth Mrii't. We need fur the ChrM-
11kg tlccor.itloli as milch liclp MS pon-l
Wo. ClIAItLKS A. (itl.llliltT.
Oi Kici! cif tiii: C. aniiSt, L. It. It. Co., 1
t'4iitn, IVCL-inljcr loth, 1S7I.
A ineelln of the dln elors of IhU eom-
pany will bi'helil on TiicmIhv, the 'JJnil
In"!., nt II o'clock a. 111., nt Ilia t.iiion
houm on the tlepot friinml of the com
palt', In tht'CIt' of'Kust'fji; l.onl", II
llnol". H. .Si trr TAVl.ni!,
I'reisljj- terlnii 1'nlr.
Io-inorrow nlglitls tliconc fvt apart
liy llie ladlis of the I'ic.'livteilati
chiireh fo have their fair. All tho prep
urnlloiH for the event nnj roin
pleti-il, and a grand time may bo
hxjUeil for. This filr should be patron
lnl by nil who am ablo lo conlribiitc to
Ihc ('lfaro of the church, reiiieinlH'rhw
that If you "cii-l broad tiion the waters
It will ictiirn you allcr ninny ilnj."
Tin- I.i rliirel.nsl Vldil.
There was 11 larn nudlems; at the Mis
tral Itelijfioiis Itall I;ist nlghl, to hour Dr.
Henry. There was fun enough waiod
for a million. The cxtK-rlments were
Monilerfiil nml s-liowoil trnut m-inerlo
power. A subject was panilyzetl, and
IhtMijH-mtor put his whole welht ujion
him. Theo licture. wlll,tlniw lurai-
crowds. tloubtle", the icinalnder of the
week. The itiliiiU-lon Is only ccnb.
nml :ill should attend.
A number or the ladle oftho KplM-o-
pal chiireh nnd yesterday at tho
rooms formerly occupied hv the
Mltu Carson n. a mllllnerv
"tore, and worked dlll-'enllyall dav inak-
hijr wrenth", etc., w ith which to decorate
the Kpltcopnl church for Chrli-tiim.. I n-
Icrthe Mipcnl-lon of ladies with such
xqul-ilo taste us tltOM- who have the
matter lu eharp'. tin-church cannot fall
to ore-i'iit a siiectaele of iK-niitv rarclv
Ite-l.ter In Itn li rupt r.s'
Thi' 'air corrcponilent of the St.
I.oills Ilspuhli'an, spenklnjr of the as-
poIntmeiitol.Miu Q. Ilartiiau, K-q., of
this city, as rcl-tcrln bankruptcy, leave
the linpnHilon that this appolntnif nt by
Chief .lu-tlee Waltc wan ahno-t conelu-
he uvidence Mat the Chief .1 tt-tlco had
oncluded to abandin the Hepubllean
party and become .1 violent Dcmocr.it.
The truth is, political considerations did
not Influence this appointment. The
lawyers of Alexander county without re
gard to party the ltepubllcans a well as
the Democrats petitioned for tho 11 it.
jiolntment of Mr. Haiiuan without hU
knowlwli'e. Tho ntinointincut was a
urprNe to him, anil wns :i hljrh compli
ment to his personal worth, but then1
was "no polities in It." and -It Is
not oidence? that the Chief .lu-tlis" has
changed his political coat.
riiiicr.il oT t'lipt. Waller 1'nlls.
The funeral of dipt. Walter Fall was
postponed from .Sunday afternoon until
yesterday afternoon, Ills brother-in-law.
-Mr. Thomas I'obhison, and wife, of Phll
ilclphia, having telegraphed that they
would arrho In Cairo ou
Monday morning. The funeral
rvlees were performed at the
;.'hurch 01 the lledeemer, Hector Oil-
bert olllelatlng. At the couehislon of
the -ervlces, the body win placed lu the
heard: by the pall bearers, who were nil
prominent cltlnw, ami taken to the ex
press oftlce, followed by many tVleinN.
The remains will be taken to Philadel
phia, and hurled In .Mount Morlah cem
etery. 1 .
C'apt. 1 alls was a reIdent of Cairo from
srtl until the day of his death, and had
among our cHleiis many warm
poronal friends, . who regret
Ills sudden mill unexpeeleil
death. The captain was a gentleman of
inlet maimers and kind heart, lie had
retired from active life, and had a compe
tency to make comfortable his declining
Kliotillnir unit i'lillloir.
A lively light occurred 011 Ohio I.evco
ye.terilay morning, the fact of which
were, as wo understand tin in, s fol
lows: About 11 year ago, two men,
named Havs and Snyder had Mime ililll-
ully, that wa- not Mtlfaetorily settled
to either party. Yosterday morning the
steamer -Mary Alice enmc into port, nnd
Snyder, who Is .1 deck hand on her, went
iii town to get a drink. W hue lu the
caloon ho met Hays, and they hail some
words, which caused Hays lo draw a
knife and cut Snyder on the body and
hand, Synder became very angry, ran
out of the saloon, went to tho bo.it and
procured a pistol, returned to where Hays
was Ptiuullng, on the .stoop ol the i-aloon,
and without "ivlng lilm any warning
whateuT, tired at him, hitting him 011 the
cheek; the ball took a downward eour.se
mid lodged hi the neck. As ooii as he
had discharged the pistol Snyder took to
his heels ami ran down the levee to the
Mary Alice, where olllcer l.a Hue, with
two men who tiro acquainted with Sny
tier searched faithfully for him hut could
not find hhn. Hays was not al all anx
ious to have Snyder caught, and re
marked that "ho wouldn't have any 0110
arrested for shooting at him "
Tho Cairo Alexander ,lrgd Verino will
give a grand hall on Xew Year's ee.,
December DIM, at Washington Hull. Tim
committee of nriiingeineut.s aro Wm. I'.
Hcerwart, l Hofhelnz. F . Struutz, 11.
Hicljcy and John frucss. rurther par
tUuluni w in b'u given lierclcr.
THE NEWSPAPER BUSINESS.
Cnrl f 'rlioinin' Ass To I Pt. irrlrncc n
11 .risHiinprr a-noiiaiier.
We had the plcasnru ofa call yestenUv
from Mr. Carl I,. Thomas, formerly of
lhl city and now of Qnlncy.
Mr. Thomas has had a varied experi
ence -Ince he left Cairo. IIP has been n life
Insurance agent, lived at the .Statu capital
for several year, married, nnd has been
tho publisher ofa newspaper. Ills new
iniHTeVperlenee was unique. Itelugit
life iDMiranii' agent was had enough, liv
ing In Sptlngtleld was worse.but publish
Ingn new-paper was the crowning mis
fortune of Curl' career.
The truth l, Carl was seduced Into It.
lie Is not n gentleman who fiihes rahly
Into unknown dangers; and, If Ihc
tempter hail not approached hhn, he
would not havo Iecomi! a miserable pub
lisher of ii umll 1 tally Journal. Hut lib'
tempter told him ho wa cut out for 11
ticwspniicr man, that then1 was n fortune
hi the hii-lnes-. and mi Carl rii'li'dlii
wiieroniigel" ought to bo afraid to tread,
lie ami his colleagues ftnrti-d ad illy Her
man paper til Qnincy, In this tale.
"I tell yon,'' he n!d to us solemnly,
"It was nw fill. We started till right, and
wo were prolnliil much support, but It
didn't lii-t long. When tho men would
come Into tin.- nillcu .Saturday night for
money nml wo didn't have any, It was
awful. Finally wo 'busted.' I was lo-
ch! i-dltnr. When I would put hi n pull'
of n man, then another mull would mine
around anil say : 'Don't I support you?
what are you pulling him tor If Take out
111 v advertisement.' I lc would nio-t always
swear. When I would publish tlie loenl
new, then sonic poron would always
come around lu the morning, and ask:
Where 1" that loi-nl islilor?' and when I
would wiy: 'I'm hhn,' ho would nay:
'You're a liar If yon nv I did what you
publl-h. nml ho would want to
light ever o bad. When I would leave
out the new', the people would sny:
Why don't yon put eoinethlng Into your
p:ipT. it aiu t worm no more man a
d 11.' One dav I saw a man whip his
wile, and I put It Into the paper. He
came around the next morning, and lie
swore awful. He said when he wanted
his nnnie publMn-d he would pay me to
publish It, and he took out a pistol and 1
was glad he didn't shoot me. It was
awful. It went on this wav about three
month" no money to pay with, and
omcbody wanting to kill me all the
thnt and llnallv we busted very much.
I never want to lmeauythlng toilo with
new-paper bu-lnes again. It 1" awful !"
Sco notice of St. Charles hotel; fur-
m-licd rooms with board at islO mt
I'epsInoLiat Stratum it Hint is now
the wonder. What Is that which U bot
tled and yet makes n delightful dl-h ?
Kiddle 11. this riddle.
-A good milch oow will be rallied for
it James Grenney'.s,' corner Nineteenth
street and Commercial avenue, on Satur-
lay night next, for the benellt of Mr.
Michael Murphy. Tickets SI.
will be 011 Montlny and Tuesday nights
of next week. The programme will he
very entertaining a Cantata on the tlr.st
night and a drama on the .second. Tlek-
t.s, each night, will he twenty-llvo cent-.
The Culled States llat-boat Torpedo.
that was sold at public sale M011d.1v
morning, was purchashed by Mr. K. W.
Ilalllday, of this city. Another tio.it,
which was rohl at the same time, was
bought bv Mr. Ilullldav for Mr. W. W.
riiorntnii, of Shelbyvllle.
There have been a largo number of
baby arrivals lu the city within the pa-t
mouth; most of them, we take pleasure
hi raying, female;. Indeed, girl babies
seem to be the la-lilou lu Cairo, u fact that
manifests the good tate of our poplc
and Illustrates tin.' facility with which
they follow a good example ours, for
Instance. Ilabltw are blessed little things.
dozen or two in a liou-e, all of the
same -1e and ol equal lung-power, ate
wctWs-!,iir. of pioa-uiv. They soot hi
the mind harroin.i i,y tb "ins of busi
lies?, audniv, we know from cxpcrienee,
very useful articles In mi editor's sanc
tum. Their youthful crh-s. If per-evered
In, contribute much lo the beauties of
eoiupo-ltlon and should never In- absent
from an editor's elbow when he 1 ftrug
gllng with tho raclne-s of the lluanelal
-The -Mound City Journal says: Mr.
Chits. Thriipp,iln! well known civil engin
eer of Cairo, lias been Mqieiintimdlng du
ring the pa-t summer and fall, improve
ments ou the Ohio river, below the
nioiith of (ireen lixer under Col. Mer
rlll, of thenruiyenginccr corps Tho work
during the pat tea-on has been nio-tly
eoiiilned lo raising and destroying wrecks
anil pulling i-nags, and according lo .Mr.
Thrnpp'ii report inuch must have been
accomplished. Of all the money exiiMided
by tlieGovernincut for tho benellt of com
merce, probably none U so well expended
as that appropriated for relieving the
Western livers of hiiags and sunken
w reeks. Mr. T'hrupp's boats arcat Cairo,
and his work Is .suspended for the whiter.
At leuiili'il ItoliLciy.
Sunday night, a young man whoi;
name wo did not learn, arrived In this
city from Lawrence, Kansas, and whllo
looking for 11 hold, he became chilly,
went Into a saloon on Ihc levee, took a
drink of whisky, and again resumed bis
search for 11 plain to lodge, lie had
wandered about for some time, when he
met two genteel looking men at the cor
ner of Klghth street nnd Ohio levee. Ho
icked them If they could tell 1 il lit where
he could Hud hlui a hotel. They told
hhn they would be happy lo render hhn
so small a service and took him down
r.lghth street to Commercial avenue,
down Commercial lo the double tracks of
tho Cairo & Vlneennes railroad, where
there was 11 train of cars standing on
eaei track, They took llm In between
tho trains whern they choked lilm and
threw him down, and tore the pockets
out of his trowscrs, liy this tlnm ho had
got upon Ills feet anil was about to cry
for iissistnuce, when one of w men jot
hold of his vest, tore one-lialf of It from
his peron and ran. The victim kij s that
tho part of the vest that w as fctkcii from
him had nothing In the pocket, but tho
part that was It'll on hhn, w hlch was the
rllllt brenal nl'tlirt s-.,.s I....I ,, 1.1 ,..
r " vi, mm N!,,lflJ in H,
When asked whether hewoulil know tho
parlies who did the deed, If he were to
seo them, he answered no, saying that It
was so dark that he could not see their
Wlmt I ho llonril lllli V eltentny.- ri,o
lllilli'llii mul tliirelti' t umiu' I'i Iii).
ers-II11111I Supers Isiirx.
The llimrd nf Cniinty Coininlssiomrs
yestenlay awarded the contract for the
county printing for the year I87.1 to John
H.Oberlyand M. P.. rrell, for the sum
or-.'OO. 'I'he contmel Includes the follow
ing Hems : lir-t. the annual lluanelal
statement ; inutl, ihu reiwrd of pi -11.1
ding nf the Hoard of Coiuilv Com-
inlsi)iier : third, the a..esinent ll-t of
N-roiiHl pi.qiei iy complete; fourth, the
nlmtcmi'iil I1-. of ieronal prnperty, nml
llflh. all iiderileiuetits onlcred by the
Hoard of Coiinly Commissioner, the
county eh rk to luriilh copy for the first
and M-cOnd Items; thu third nnd fourth
lleiusto be tiikvii from the books by tho
publisher'. 'I he publication of all
Ihu above to he made lu the
dally Ilii.i.iiriN and weekly Uaitttr.
The Hoard yesterday examined the
reports of roudniipervtsors. I'llteijii re
port were npprovkxl and four supervis
ors granted an extension of time. .Su
pervisor Sams of District Xo. Hi Is the
only delinquent. The following Super
visors hae been appointed for thevear
li. Kltgerald,dl.triet No. 1 ; Win. H.
I.ntie, district Xo. i; .1, II, Mulciiby,
district Xo. II; J no. J. Xowotuy, dis
trict Xo. I; Win. .1. Mllford, district X11.
.; M. Derryberry. dl-trlct Xo. II; Virgil
Delany, dislriet N'o.7:K. H. Kerr, district
Xo. y; Jamos Miller, district Xo. !; Win.
Dunning, district Xo. 10: V.. Smalllng,
district Xo. II; P.iirick Sullivan,
district Xo.lt!; Kufiu Miller, district Xo.
Ill; Win. C. D.ivi. district Xo. 11;
Joshua C. Vlck, district Xo. Hi; i:i
Douglas district Xo. PI; Jotm Trlty,
district Xo. 17; X. Hutchinson, district
Xo. 18; I). .1. Abernalby, dlstrli t Xo.
IO,!'. A. Short, district No. '.'0.
Why lie XV ns .lrrcicl mul Why He
Wii-t lllselinrirril, mill Mull lie Mils
Arresle,! Auiiln, Is lliimielly, lljrr?
Tor the pa't four orilve weeks Chief
.Mcllale has been busy working up a cae
ivporled to lilm by 'tho chief of police of
Falls Itlvcr, Massachusetts the jiartic
ular. of which aro these:
In Aiigu.t, IST'J, a man named Joseph
Adley was sliot nnd seriously wounded
by a man mimed John I)yer. Dyer made
his escajK', and up to within two or three
months nothing was heard of lilm,
when the police, of Kails lllvcr received
Information to the effect that Dyer was In
this cily, tending bar, going by the name
of John Donnelly, and managing the
money affair-, of Mr. McCarthy, the pro
prietress of the VIeksburg House.
The Falls ltivcr olllcer wrote to Chief .Mc
llale, requesting him to give lilm a de
scription of Donnelly, which he did. In
n few day Chief .Mcllale re
ceived another letter, stating
that Donnelly was undoubtedly the man
wanted at Falls Itlvcr; that he should
watch him and not let hhn getaway;
that there would be a man in tills- city by
Monday night to take hhn back to nnver
the charge preferred against 1 si ill . Chief
Mcllale, thinking that a bird lu hand was
better than two lu tho buh, arreted
Donnelly lat Thursday night at 7 o'clock
ami placed lilm in theeouutyjall for safe
keeping, until the olllcer should arrive to
take charge ol hhn. Monday evening nt
live o'clock Donnelly was taken before
Urn? for 11 hearing, Judge Mulkoy ai
pcarlng for defendant, and Mr. 1'. II.
Pope for the State. Thero being no one
present to testify against Donnelly, tho
Falls ltivcr man having failed to put in
an appearance, ho was discharged.
Chief Mcllale, feeling confident from the
description of Domicile given by the
lulls Hlver olllcer. ...-s",,,,
light man, nml should not ho nlloweu ,.
c-caH', had another warm 11 1 made out,
and again nrrcsted and lodged him hi Jail
where he now lies waiting for the olllcer,
who Chief Mcllale was certain would ar
rive last night. Donnelly has been lu the
employ of Mr. McCarthy for over two
years, has paid strict attention to hU bus
iness, has always dealt honetly and
squarely with her lu money matters, his
accounts coining out correct at every set
tlement. Do Is a young man of 2.1
or 21 year of age, with light,
curly hair, light mutachc, Is about live
feet ten Inches In height, and weighs one
hundred and thirty-live pound. He Is a
inlld-loiikhig young man, but Is said to
be very quick tempered iule 11 In shoe
THE MUSICAL BAZAR.
(irilllll OpclllllK of Itiitililn'H Muslenl
HiKiir, Momliit Nlullt V ocul nml
Instrumental l:erelsi's Ii Culm's
On Monday night last the great uuislc,
store of itobbilis ,1 Co, wiis thrown open
to tho public. They have for thu pa-t
mouth been making oxteushe prepara
tions for the opening, having kept I lie
doors closed, m 1 1 111 1 when they should
be ready lo open they could present In
llie cillyfcns of Cairo a delightful jjurjui-e.
Xor were they uiMnkcn, llie opening be
ing one of tho grandest events ot the
season. Musical Instruments of every
variety from 11 JewV harp to a piano,
are to bo aeon. In fact there are so
many Instruments that words fall to do
the subject Justice, and the only thing wo
can do, Is lo advise our reader, tu go and
"ecehowlt Is theniselies." Thu store
was thronged with Ihu elite of tho city,
and w o had the pleasure of listening to
some of the llncst nuisle that It has been
our fortune to hear for years. Mrs. Jno,
M. I.aiisileu and Miss l-atisilen, of Cham
paign, snug a beautiful duet, which was;
highly appreciated by the company
( Mrs. .Moiiiarrat played uiut etuiR a
number of dlillciilt pieces In her usual
grand and excellent style.
Ml Klla Hobblns performed the
"I'rayer," from "Moses In Egypt," most
-Miss I'ertle Miinn, of Chicago, gave an
hitruinuita! selection Which u-ua Vitev
Ml Snyder nlso favored tho ninllrne,.
with nn Inatrutneiittil selection, which
was excellently pci formed.
Mr. I.andeii snug one of her favnrlln
Mings, wlileli was llatencd to with rapt
attention. After this tho company dls
x'red, Uglily i.lcascl with the owning,
Dan Haitn.1,11 ha gone to St
to buy goods for thov.MtaVs
Mr. Ceph Oregg h.is hce ju ti,i4
city for several days vMllug nt the house
of dipt. Holly.
Mr. and Mr. William It. Ollbert tire
proud of their luf.ua daughter. Mie !
three nr four days old,
Mr. nnd .Mr. Captain William P.
Ilalllday rejoice lu the blith nfn on.
ilewn bom on Monday.
Mr. ami Mrs. Fred. Whttcamp nru
the happy parents of 11 11 Infant son. He
opened his masculine eye's upon the light
tho llrst time yesterday.
The l!ev. Dr. Thayer will return to
night at 11 o'clock from Viiiccinic, where
he delivered his lecture on Spiritualism
.Monday nnd Tue-tlay nights,
Mr. Win. A. Winter, the olllcer w ho
was expected Monday night from Falls
Hlver, Mas-achifctu, to tnkr Donnellv
back to that place, arrived lu thl city
-rresii oysters or anylhlng elso jou
want at the Dulnionlco Kettauunt, open
lay nml night,
do to Sprout', Vhi Ohio I.cvee, and
(,'et your cystern by (lie hundred or can
Ircnh every morning. 12-l-tf
Coyne's oysicra depot and restaurant.
Oysters In the shell and can, fresh even
day, nt Phil Satip'a old utand, between
Sixth nml Scvct.tn streets, Cairo, Illinois.
ll you want Ircsli oyitcrs without pay
lug for the can and transport Ulon, goto
Sproat's, 1.0 (Ihlo I.cvee, widget them by
tho pnll full, fresh every morning. I'J-l-t
Having given up my old stand on the
levee nod taken Keohler .t llro's shop, on
Klghth street, I fliall be prepared to tup
ply tho citizens t Cairo, with tho best
meats the market nlford. PIea;e call and
sco inc. 1'llIL. IIOWAUI).
Sproat, 13o Ohio Levee, Is Inrnlthliis
oyitc-n In tho ilgbt ills-pc. Families can
bo supplied In any iruantity fresh every
At "Our Saloon," Klghlh street, be
tween Commercial nvcnuo and Ohio tevco
tho hungry tniy llnd all kinds of edibles
hcrnng, sauage, cheese, Ac, and tho
thirsty thl llncst nf wines nnd llipior,tresh
lager beer, and the best brands of cigu.
Attentive bar-kccpcrs are always on band j
and the lunch tot Jally, at ten o'clock, Sun
days included, Is as line as any hi the city
(Jot your oysters at tho Dslinon'co.
Joo Itonckcr Is now in full control of
the Washington bakery, and having learn
ed the wants or the public, I" prepared to
supply on call all demands f r French loaf,
Billot, llrowu and Graham bread, and
everything elso ordlnarl'y loutul in a flrst
.la bakery, lie ms.lnt dues n full stock of
oonlcctinccrlc, and can, 39 well asnny
othcr dealer lu tho city, fill nil orders In
Cakes baked, frosted or ornamented on
short notice. Special attention given to
the orde ra ol wedding or picnic parties,
The bstt oysters at tho Delmoulco Res
Xewly-littoil, finely furnUhed barber
shop byficorgo Stcltihouc, corner Com
merclal avcntio and Flgblh street. Years
ot prnctfco have eCn him 11 light hand
that tu ikes a smooth shave delightful. All
who try him once will cull ngnln. All tho
late dally papt-n aro kept ou hi table for
tho benellt ol hli customers, and there Is
no cdiuus waiting lor turns. tf
llAHOAlNS iuboots and slioef, at I'lllott A
ClTTLKUV at half cost at private sale, at
Parsons, Davis A- Co's, Tenth street.
ss. - VVlVTWlls'ft CiAl.U'.UV BlUl (CO his
siceluiens ol rhotoeranhle art. Half an
hour can bo spent vary pleasantly In v low
ing some ol tho w c!. known facea of our eltl-
.ens. Mr. vv . has on hand a largo stock
new and elegant frame, suitable for hol
l'liiiTomiAi'iis mndo only upon Fridays
and Mituuliy, excepting by special ap
pointment, ('iillery open every evening
Lour. no . Ain'.nY.
A lr.. a.'Mii-rtiiiiiiueiil.
Two pleasant cntcrl-liuncnts will bo
given by tho young ladles of l.oretto Acad
emy on tho evenings or
lleeemlx'r 'Jlsl mill 'J-Jil, ISiTI,
at ! 111: Ac.viir.viv.
Ou the evening of tho 21st will be pre
sonted a "antati, (tillable lo thu season.
On the iivenhia' of tlio 22d will bo pre
sented a drama entitled
The celebrated "Mrs. Candle" w 11 lec
ture both nights, and sumo csfiiys by the
pupils will add to tho etitcrUlmiunls.
Mulc, Instrumental, 011 pianos and gui
tars, and vocal, will form a prominent lea
turo ol each night's entertainment.
Admllon each night, 25 cents.
Puuk Irish whisky punch, pi' ml
honey, peach and honoy, Tom and .lerry,
Imtinrii-il iilu and Hurler and tlio llncst
wicc l any market, at tho Crystal saloon,
vomer of Sixth and Commercial ave,
1:ioiit-j uar old ftoiirbon, only at tho
Crystal saloon, corner or Sixth and Coin
ticuial uvenuo. 12 tt
CllKAl'. Whllo (Iraulto nnd other table
waro ut Paraon, Davis .t CoV, Tenth
l.lllillier Sllll IliillIK Iliiwil.
As wu aro determined to closo out our
stock Bpceillly, preparatory to wludlug up
binlncas, we will sell all kinds ot lumbar at
two dolhrs per thousand less than market
prices. A largo lot 01 lain and Hare wood
nn haml, wlilcti will UC sold at correspond
Ingly low rates. "SVau. Jt K.N r.
Wlioloualo PricoB, but No Credit I
Mrs. C. McLEAN,
Next Door to Stuart St aholMn'a
BETWEEN OOMMEHOIAI, AND
' """"ear lorijuUi-saadChtHre,,.
s OMISs,IO. Sir.ltt HANH.
md nxALin isr
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
Uudor City National Battle.
IW1U. eel I In rr-liwt lots at inannfachurra'
prices, adJInir Freljtlil.
HARRISON Sc. CO.,
(iirj-eora to IJ Hunl , to )
And Ilealera In
FLOUR, OBAIN and HAY,
No. 03 Ohio Lotoo.
FLOUR AND GENERAL
JOHN B. PHtLLIS
ucreaori to John II 1'hllllt)
Ami lienlerj in
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, etc.
Agents for LAl'LIN & RAND POWDER C0
Cornor Tenth Street and Ohio
.. 1) .Malliiiss. K. O UU1.
MATHUSS 6a UHL,
A art Usneral
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
MILLER 6c PARKED,
01U0 LEVEE, botwean i'ourtlianrifitxUi BUJ
i:. J, AyiM, ,i U. Ayr.
AYRES & CO.,
,.i 1 .i.j
ICE! ICE!! ICE HI
THOMAS SPROAT & SON.
M'holeaaW and ltctall D talus in
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIRO, ILLS, and COLUMBUS, KY.
CAIRO OFFICE :
At Hulaa Wilaon', Corner Twsvlflh at.
and Ohio Lotco.
WD will inn an let waftnn throujlioot llie
hisuon, dcllmiujr pur lake train any
ran of tlic city at the hiweat market prlee, and
will alto runit'h oisr frlenilj oiiisWe llioclly wlUi
i-uUyths cake or car loud, packel In sawitual
0( aklvrueat lv nv vUaliuic.