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ASCAI.O.V f.ODOK. NO. M.
Knl;ht oH'tIIiIm, meets every Fr.
day night at ludf-paat aeten, In Odd-
Jon II. Odrrlt.
Ai.v;xA.M)i:n union so. tu.
Ijji iimeN.-nueni omrr or iMu-rrl
kJiT ius. meets eerry jniirwiaT nigm
''iHn-At- nt half-past seven, In their hall on
"ommcrrlal atenue, UUmn Ninth ami Seventh
V U I.' , V (1
1 lllll PL'PI tltlllfVl I 1 l H .. . . .
i.iiiuf r. ...i ... r..s f I. i. s I , iiiitii
vrui wi-i-r rii.ini, iiaii on tne nr-i nit-i mini
luesday of every month, nt hair-p.nt seten.
A CAIRO I.OIIOK NO 2i:.,V l" A A M
TV Jiriiu I ulnar r.iiiiiiiuiiii .limit ...i.-
i i . . . i i ..
sonic Hall, corner Uommi rcl.il ntnuif
' 'and KlKhlli street, on the second mid
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
ar. o. iiueijB,
III lll.'ll ,1 I II III I X'l llllf II
ii liii'jn mil isuiivn minis.
and Washington Avenue,
tVCounty suit Italtroad Work a si-eclalty
k .. i . !.... t . . i . . . i
ortloii of the kinutinl riiris. to 1m iM It ft
4n.ii-! htAuu Tyloru'l Klttln Par-en, Init-
- lll.H.l.... u 1.. tl... tlll. . .fllllHl 1
-tirnimt:( wstiiu in s- Ji tiiiiMii". in
arum, pun i ruiirrs. win. on niuiuRVi me
clock lu Ihr forenoon or tht .Ujr, nn-lcr u hy
rtue of Iht iowcr of wle cthUiixil In wild
orlrVN trll. At public Burtlnn to ttjr lilxtirst
(Idcr. f.jr (AAh.Rttrn ot!lt building of wu.l
rujttv corner nf WashinKton nunur ju
ightrtniu lnu in fmi cur or iirv, in
tl ami IntrrtNt of mM Wm tivli. or M
Kirr chj ri i t Bii'i nLait- in i iiiiiuiv mi usr rikui.
i(ni, fn ami to lot ninnle-tr. 3i milm-two) m
Wition to flM city of (.rum. in-conling ti th
--.I.r-' .1 .... ......11...... ..r l.i
gnraxr r i win i i i.'h,
Tnit of tbr ( in l itx rrMirtr
ltNl CltU 1U i Ih-e II ItCi l.1.Mil
miun iii inr aiiiriuiii mir. i in it imm nv a
4Biiiuri aiin iiivii mri iimih i nnniii.
n ii. riTitnim mint" wonn pomrr. n
f ? h U r f .lantiary iirxf, , 1. 1-7, at Id
-I..-1 . . it f ., . r it ,.i .1 i i
Turtur T the 'Hrr(.r a(' cuUinl in Mlil
TUrfr wit nt TlIiIk AMfll-tn, to th tiichwt
U1ITT UUUI. i llliri. V I'MI, '---ii, n
Tnniw of the Cairo Clt lrnrlT-
.l.n III lluml I 111. t
i , ; ' Z
anif 1 MJit I iivlor nnt A in rinoi.t ,
(rtk 1-.'. .v.nM U ll.. It.r,!'.
i i r. !.. ii.tirni7TL.Ni- kiii i niii.
tl IriM. M Klit'rlivl n fh ftirmrM-in nf fhftt
i uu'in ii.'i iiiiii'- ji u " ji pwir
nilml 1? l'itytiiilM-ii1 utui 14 iV I lhf tii Iti
Tmtii of the Cwlro ( Ity Proirty
uimI. i aim. iu.irrFinrrr liin. i"Ti
timltr teUrn that flefault luTlnc Un imvp
irt to ! nnl't hy h rrrtatn Mortpa'
-rutl by William Fitzpatrirk to iniul
Tkivlnp i nil V'ilrlii l.iriifi. 'I nikti- of
nv.iriUI In I hi linfnnlr'
Alrxnlrr rounIT, ill Hip SUtrof lllliinlt,
k "l"' ornwiHiI'iicran, wtr.u.r unuir
. Mid Tmilt.. will, nn SiimlaT, the
ilr nt .luiituirT nctt. A I 1;T.''. it 10
I01V In ttir foreiiwm of Hint ilr. umlrrand
lrtuvof thi'jiovTfrof ,aU'contaliil luail
rln.'c, ll, at l'liblie .Minimi, In thr IiIkIi
bi.liirr fur r.nh.at tin- ofllcw l.iilliliiiR i.l
d 1 ruitM-i, ciiTMt of Wathlnton At mint' mid
.... ... . . t.. .t.l . I... ut.-.i In Al.
. .1.1. ..... I......... nf llllllum l it..
trick or lu. iuiIkih. in ami lu ioi muiiMn i a
tri. In block iiurntM-tKl 1 lone) In the Sworn!
urrinl IM UiiTruf. ttltli the aiiiurtnatic:4.
alitry Ite uuniotn ami romlitlon of .aid
Klin i.t rAinUiti,
Tni3ii of Hi Cairo (.Ity I'romrty .
ifitri. i lira, in . itixiiiiuii iiui c
l.crrtiy RlTenthatdfriUiltMinKi"n mnii
mm than alily 'lay l ttio itijinrnt of a
rtlon nf thcatiount n-curfl to be raid by a
. i i . . . . ... . t ... I I... 'iimmnl 1 1 I Inn. In
IlllU'l MAai4 I fc) inr nun I.'" I..""". -
aoftho Cairo C ity rropirty, lUiti-a October
. ..... . ..I ..I In .1... HwAAl..'. ftlll 1.1
II. IT'li inii.un. ii. tin ;v" " i I..
d for Alexnnilir county, In the Mute or III-
l. In l.mlr il" nfilmlil. UICI' etc. We.
...t.l Tni.t.i. u-lll ...1 SMtllf.
v, the nth il.iy of January next, A. ! lb?3,nt
o'clock In tin forenoon orthut iuy, iiikut unn
virtue of the oer of al eontuliuil In laid
utifaire, ,ell, it Public Anctlnii, to tlio IiIrIi
t bidder, furatti, ul the ottlce building of uld
........ ..r tt'n.liltiL'tiin Atenm. atul
iniri'3. l.i.i'. .. . . .....
.1. ..t Iti ki I' tv nfl'iilrn. In Al.
.inder county and btnte of IlllnoU, nil the
.... .i.u ...lli.i.m.mr k'tlil 1 linrn.... II1 1 liim
.'vir.t Ailillton to tn!4 cilrof Cairo, accord-
iK to the ncotUtl libit thereof, with the nil.
irtenuueej, tonatllfy the jitirjiowa and conul-
.A IB I A I I.WII,
Tninrea nr Hie Cairo City I'minny.
Oaleil, Cairo 111 , Dcctinber Illli, lrtf,
hiTfby Klvm that lie lauu raving ti.ii iim.ii.
r more than tlxty daya In the payment of a
i... e .i.n .mi.i.nt kwnreil tn lie unld lit a
rtaln ilortjtaie extcutisl by Michael httott
mni siuiat'uvlorand lldttin I'urcons, In
ini metiiti "in i mi. uii ..........
. ... . .M... .I.....I fli.lnl
th. 1nI. recimeu in mu iiecoisier'ii uiut-e in
it for Alexanler county, In tlio Mate or nil
i.. i.. i.nni' .l nfilefii. linire ttn . v..
e unticriiK"1! r?,w - . ",",:" . ?: .
.1.. uih .UfofJununrv. next. A 1) 17S,!
. .-i ...i.l 'I'nit..... . win mi tni!tr
o'CIock in oic mivnuiiii . :
virtue oftlcpotter of aale contained In nald
W ....... l.lnlU nf I Itn H. Hll IIU riUIK.
a , .f ., it i iniiiiiii mrnii or ins tin
i.. ...i niu iiiMiiikii-ii n invti nim n
fx) In block numliereiiw '!-' ' "i f.V
the refodod plat thcreor, Willi ine a miriru
.L Muilrv ihtminaun unit romlltloo of
ild Jfortitaite. M AA ra i a .uh,
tin jiorigai. KDWs I'AltMlNS,
Tnntce" of the Cairo City l'rojrly
Dateil, Cairo. HI . Decern her Hill. Ifit.
Hiipiioaetl tu li Ntnlcu.
. . . .i.i . .
A correl mare, aiiotu a yearn mu, 1 1
... i- .ii. n rtdit Iilnil lic. Thn
...me Mit imvn the Bame by sprovlaif
.n n.,l Hn-.tiitv pltnrirAa. .
Cairo, December 13, 1874.
.io..in..sr Join,- Hooan. CouUable.
FAIR ANdTeSTIVAL I
Bazar of Fashion I
lfrnilfiiiirir lor llollilnj I'rpai'tilt
Tlio I.aJIcof the l'tc.ibjtcrlan Church
will ojicn a I'alr and Kcitivnl In thin city
Tllliroilii) enliiKi Ilerrliilier 1 71 II.
ItcfrctlitiunU In abundance will lie, (ircail
tliAtwill ntltfy tlio inot
Fancy artlelea lo great Taricty will ho
ollerod for aale that catinot ftll to please
No pains will bcnpircd to maVc thlt fair
coaiplito In lltell. .Minnlllceat Holiday
prcitnta for yottnf; anil old.
Itctncmhcr the time and look out lor one
of tlm fleet entertainment ever tjlvcn In
Dovs'hataonly 60 cent", at KlllottJc Ilay-
Krcth lliltiniorc or item recched dally
ami told hy l'hll. II. Satip. fjOO-ll-UO-tf
New Lumber Vnril.
Cbat. I.i&c'tur And Newton Itlce, (late
w Ith Walter) both well known to our citi
zen, and to river men Kcncr.illy, hate t
tablbbed a lumber yard in Cairo, csn cr ol
Mxtcenth iitrrct and Commercial atcnuc
They will keep every dencrlptlon ol build-
In; material and ntaml.'oat lumber, doo-a,
anh, blind,, moiiblliiK, nhltiRlo,, lath, ct; ,
etc., and arc determined to aul lower that
lumber ha.i ever been (.old In Cairo. They
solicit a fn'r trial from ttr.imboat men and
bitddert, and Kiurantee kjII, action in all
Sprnal, IDA Ohio l.cvep, l rcteltlnNew
Orlean, oysten every tnoniln In hulk. lie
t making hit own can and parkin;; lil
own oytter,, thereby atoldltiK the exorbi
tant charge for transportation, and Ii ena
bled to fiirnltti a better article at a kn
price than any other dealer. l'tronle a
homo ln-tttutlon, and bcnetlt yourself.
Itooiim li Item.
KlRht roonn to rent cm Third ,trect be
tween Washington and Commercial ate
nue. Apply to William ilcllalclor at
nn the merlu ol the lilble, between I. F.
Underwent), of lloiton, Ma-., and l'rol.
O. A. Ilure,, ol the Northwe.tern Chtlt
tlan t'nlversi'y, at Indlanapollt, Ind., at
the Atbtntuui, Cairo, 111 , commencing
Uerciubcr 22, Is74, and contlnutne four or
1. liernlvcd, That the llihle Is hlitorl-
2. llnsohcd, Tint tlio lilble Is acientlfl-
3. Itesolved, 'Ihat the Ilib'.e leacheabad
and corrupt morals.
Admlt'lou, SJ eent; reverted ,eat, W
cents. 1 teket for ,a! at the HookMorf,
Ilobblin' intulc storf, liuder'n Jewelry
lore and Hchtth't ilni' ttoiu.
10 lln sugar for 51, at WileoxV.
'J lb. butter for SI, at Wilcox'.
I lbs eoll'ce for $1, at Wllcox'ii.
1'otaioi'i R0 rents per huhel, at Wil
Mr. 1. I'llZo'orald has just received and
has on sale nt bit aalet roam, a largo stock
of English ale, porter, llennetsy brandy
and wines, and liquors ot all kinds', which
he will diipoie of at reasonable prices.
JWlMMi i in.
Ho, fir good bargains, at A. llalley'a.
He will K'll at greatly reduced prices for
tlio next thirty day. No. 103 and 170
Wellington avenue. lt-12-Mtn
Ik j oil want fine liquors, go to the Cryi-
tal saloon, corner ol Mxth an J Commercial
I.uncli I'.terr liny.
Ueorge I.attnurcorncrol Fourteenth and
XVathlngton avenue, will furmth hereafter,
every day to till patron) a No. 1 lunch, be
tween the hour ol tea and twelve o'clock,
Frcth Milwaukee beerand fragrant llavaua
cigari to be had at his bar t all times.
A FULL line of boys' and youths' cap, at
Elliott A Ilaythorn'..
All Watche.", Clocks and Jewelry, ihat
have been lelt with me for repalrs.on which
the caarges arc unpaid, will be this diy
lelt at the Jewelry Htore of Mr. II. Iloupt,
on Washington avenue, and will at tho end
nf thirty days trom this dato be sold to pay
charges. IIkiima.v Witxvat.
Caiiio, Ills., December Olh, lS7t.
llOVfl, go and ,co the fjtonn King, at El
liott A llu tliorn'o.
1 wish every person indebted to inn to
call unit rutilo before, tlio Ut of January,
1875, as I have concluded to carry on a
ktrlctly cash hutlness nn mid alter that
date. If dottlcmi'iit Is not made as request
ed in this notice, the amouut duo to mo
will be collected by law.
Caiiio, III., Dec. 14, 1874.
Kilty to scventy-tlro dolhri per month
AgcntH wautcd everywhere. Teachers,
ladles, gcntu, etc., etc. No capital or out
lay required. Send 20 cents for postage on
outflt, to D. C. Wklchman,
tl Irvln Station, Union Couuty, Ohio.
Mr. Winter h busy painting somo large
portraits In oil. We arc glad to see the
peoplo waking up u the appreciation of
true genius. A lino photograph of tho Kcv,
Mr. Thaycrr,on oxhlhlllon, ) fo luclf.
IMiiIii Oiiexllou fur IiuhIIiIk.
Have the routlni mcdUiiiei of tho profes.
rion done you no good 1 Are you discour
aged aud miserable If to, test tho proper
ties ot tho now vegetable Specific, Dr.
Walker's California Vinkoar Hit
teRH, already famous as tho finest ln Igor-
ant, corrective and alterative that has over
leon the light. Dlspeptlcs and persons of
bilious habit should keep it within reach, if
they va'ue health and case.
I'HUILSDAV, nKCKMllEU 17, 1871.
Loral XVeiillier Iteport.
lAliio, III., December 10, ItiTI.
Hah I The I Wocti
30.0) I If I H.
JU.t"i 50 ' H.
14 1 lire.it
1 HUM AS JONES, Obtener.
Tim Hoard of County CoiiiinltInti(Ti
flxttl tli Ilccn; of th illll'croiit ferry
conipaiilfM f tliU county, for the year
R7S, as follows : Cairo City I- crry coin-
j.uiy, $S0 00, fJrcenilelir, $25 00; CajH!
Olrariluati, J 25 00, anil the ferry at Santa
l e, $10, 00.
rierllon or Olllrrr.
Attlic last coininiiiilcitloii of the Cairo
odgc No. 237, A. F. and A. tin' fol
lowing ofllccrs were clitti.il for tho on
Htiliife' ytar: .Tames S. ltearden, V. M.;
atil O. Sclnili, S. .lohn Antrim, .1.
W.; Fred Korsincyer, treattinT, ami IJ.
F. Illake, M-eretiry.
JiiihIsii( I'nlillr Veinlile.
II. H. Illack will, tlio lattiT part of this
week, rcrx'lve n conl;iiiiu'nt of jjood
from abroad, which, he Inform in, he
will endeavor to ill.poo of nt public ven
due. The block will coii'lH ofilry good',
clothliifr, funilslilnj gootl', etc. 1'iirtlcii
lar notice will be clveii of rale Imltie time.
t'nlro i:iicniliililenl, .o. III.
At the last atatcd meeting of tlilit en-
eampinent, I. O. O. F., the following of
tt(vr wen elected for the cmulng term:
Charles Slack, Chief 1'atriarch; Jno, II.
Gossman, High I'rlest; F. ,S. Kent, Sen
ior Wunlen;AIex. Frner,.ltiiiIor Warden:
.M. M. .Moore, Serilx;; Wm. Alba, Treas
urer. 1 rtl'tees F. llro. .Ino. Uobln
mii, A. Coming', F. S. Kent, A. Ilalley.
.Mrs. .M. .1. Car-oil wMiex to inform her
ustomem that she ban removed from be
tween Ninth and Tenth titreeu on Com
mercial avenue, one block above, on
oinmerclal nveiuie, lietweeu Tenth and
lleventh "tn-ets, when' will lie found n
good line of toy mid notions for the hol-
i'laye. 7 1-12-1 7-Ct
Dr. llrnrj'M .strtiirrlr Exlill.llliin.
The aiidieiice attending the lecturer of
L)r. llenrv at the Free Itellgious Associa
tion Mail, have lncreaseil greatly. No
one slioulil tnl 4 s an opportunity of going
to-ulght, as tome of the ino't astonishing
inemerle experiments arepromli-d, such
as eating Cayenne jiepper for Mignr. Tim
control, and the antics of the Mihjcctsare
very mlrtli-provoklng, atul i-omblncd
with the lecture, replete as it Is with
alitable hints on health and tll-eae.
reiid.-r the enti-rtiilumeiit one o the be-t.
A person who eau "It without being eon-
ul'eil with laughter U proof agaliistany-
I'rrabj lerliill 1'nir.
To-night the Presbyterian fair takes
place. The inemlicrs of the church, es
pecially the female portion of them, de-i-erve
the praise of everyone for the Inter-
cM they hive dlsplayeil since llrt tho fair
was talked of up till the present time.
They have Whored night and day, and
their efforts should be appreciated and en
couraged by every citizen. Not one
thing that will add to the Micces of their
undertaking has lieeii overlooked by
thcin, nnd those who may feel dUpon-d to
patronise the ladles by going to their fair
to-night, may feel assured that they will
receive all the attention that the ladies
ire capable of bestowing upon
fellow-creature. The room form-
rly occupied by .Mc.-'srs. Elliott
Ilaythorn has been selected and
Is comfortably and beautifully arranged
for the occasion. Supper will be served
from live o'clock untlLa late- hour, eon
slstlng of oyeterf, cake, collee, etc., for
he low price of illty -etits. Notions of
cverv description, manulacturcii tiy tlie
ladles, w ill Ins for sale, but they wish it
ll-tlnctly understood that persons visiting
their fair will not be asked to buy any
thing whatever, as has heretofore been
tho custom with nio-t allalr-of this kind.
An admission fee of ten cunt will be
charged at the door, and those who at
tend need not feel that they are expected
to buy, unless they are dl-posed to do so.
The I'hantoni party to be given by
the Thallan club will take place at the
St. Charles Hotel to-morrow night.
Masks are lu demand.
The proprietor of the City Hlndery is
prepared to do all kinds of ruling and
binding ut the lowest prices. Mr. Huel
will iritarantce his work to be as line as
tin: Ilucet work of the binderies or tlie
We can and will do Job work as
cheap chcaiier than that of St. Lotus,
Chicago or EvatiisvHle. W e can print
down to the cheapc-t, and will do so, that
no Cairo limn, not interested In foreign
nrlntlti!' oillces, may have an excuse
for patronizing foreign printers.
The following-named gentlemen will
be ln Ited to leel lire before the high school
this whiter : Messrs. Wheeler, I.ansden
W. H. Green, Waidner, Hrlgliam, l'arker,
1). I,. Davis, Alvord and Hector Gilbert
Mr. Wheeler will, we are Informed, open
the course next Monday night, and bo fol
lowed two weeks later by Mr. I.ansden
Much Interest Is being manifested by
the ladles of tho Episcopal church in the
preparations that are being made for the
decoration of the church for Christmas
Tho card Inserted in Tin: IU'I.lktin by
the Hev. Mr. Gilbert. Wednesday morn
ing, bad n good effect on them, and yes
terday a much larger number than on the
previous day were present, and worked
hard all day, making, as on the day be
fore, wreaths, boquets, etc.
Fete Saup h sad, He had a straw
berry colored cow, which he fed on pi
and Heated ui u cow was never treated
before, and now she has left her downy
bed mid luxurious meals to dwell In
some place that I'ctc Is certain cannot
alTonl her the attention Ihat she lias liecii
used to that she will pine lor the ten
der caressea of that loving one that once
wired for her, nnd drag out a life of
misery, and Dually die of a broken heart,
with no one near to cool her burning
brow, or pour words of consolation Into
her falling c.ir.
Itoll or Honor.
Tlie following Is the roll of honor In
room No. I, Thirteenth Street school, for
ic week ending December 11, 1S7I t
.Mrs. Tom Winter will return to Cairo
to-day from Cincinnati, where she has
been for the last live weeks vl'ltliig.
.Mr. Dean, head clerk nt the St.
Charles hotel, came back from St. I.orls
I ncMlay night.
.Mr. .lohn Under, of the firm of litt
er Ilros, who has leen traveling
through the South for some time, on bus
iness for the linn, trot back to this city
Mr. . Crgg, clerk r the steamer
Union, of the St. f.ouls and Keokuk
trade, and a nephew to Capt. Hobt. K.
Kelly, Is In the city vWtlng.
Mrii. Stlnson, who lias Ix-eu visiting
for the last two weeks nt the residence of
.Mr. John II. I'hltli', In this city, re
turned to her borne in Anna, Illinois,
John Carter, of .Mound City, was in
town yc'tenlay. He says that Duke Car
ter, his brother, is still very low, with no
lirns of a change for the better.
The Infant daughter ot Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Gilbert died yesterday morning.
We condole with the parents in their be
The police bu-lncs of the city has
run down considerably within the last
few day. Judge Hros had two ca-es
yesterday, which were dlspoed of as fol
Henry Crllllii, an unfortunate young
man, was arreted by Sherlll irvln, for
stealing an overcoat from Mr. T. Foley,
which was valued at $30. Henry'ii ease
was continued to the 17th Inst.," for the
purpose of procuring more evidence.
Caliston Miller, a vicious looking in-
llvldtlal, was arrested bv Chief McIIale
nnd turned over to Olllcer l.a Hue ve-
e-tenlay morning. La Hue took him
belore.ltldge Hrosa fur trial. The charge
preferred against Call-ton was that
of stealing three United States treasury
notes and national bank bill, and three
four dollars In fractional currencv,
from the money drawer of A. M. Ciiii-
litr. tne Eighth street grocer. After
icarlng the evidence in the cae, the
udge held the prisoner to ball In tin iim
of $200, to answer at the next term of the
Ormi: or nic f.Aino and Sr. Loin. IUiliioaii
comi'av, caiho, ill., Dectmixr i:, isti.
V meeting of the directors of this com
pany will be held on Tuesdav, tho 22nd
Inst., at 11 o'clock a. in., at the station
hou-o on the depot ground of the com
pany, In the city of East St. Louis, II
llnol". S. Staats Taylor,
nedttced prices! Clothing, Hats, Caps,
Hoots A Shoe, at Haiitm tNs.
Two or three bootmakers can find em
ployment by applying at
KM2-13.tr Wm. Eiii.krs.
Ml In mi Ret- Hrer.
Henry Hrihan lias receieved 2 10 kegs ot
Uest's celelirated Milwaukee brer.
The largest assortment of Christmas
goods ever brought to Cairo, will bo dis
played on Monday, December 7th, at
Dan l Hartmavh.
Slriijeil or Nlolen.
Oa last Friday, astrawberry colored cow,
years old. A reward of 5 will bo paid to
any ono who can give Information that wllj
lead to her recovery. I'r.rmt Saup.
The gun of ltud ltoyd, will bo rallied for,
at thu old Delmonlco raloon, Saturday
evening. Thirty chances at $2 dollars each.
This Is considered the best double-barrtl
shot-gun lu Southern Illinois.
Lumber NIIIMloinu Down.
As we aro determined to close out our
stock speedily, preparatory to winding up
business, we will sell all kinds ot lumber at
two dollar per thousand Uss than market
prices. A Urge lot of lath and tove wood
on hand, which will be sold at correspond
ingly low rate. Wall A Ent.
Steamer Jim Fisk, i'lidueab.
' t'bas. Morgan, Cliicinnatl.
Jas. D. Parker, Cincinnati.
" Hello or Shreveport, St. Louis.
" Sle. Gfiievleve, Vickhhurg.
Steiuner Jim Flsk, Padueah.
" Cha-s. Morgan, New Orleans.
' Glencoe, New Orleans.
" Mary Alice and 3 barges, N. O.
" Eddyvllle, Nashville.
" Jas. D. Parker, Jleniphls.
" Ste. Geiu.'vleve, St. Louis.
" Liberty No. 4, St. Louis.
IIIVKR, WKATIll lt AND IIU.S1NESS.
The river lias been stationary at 7 feet
1 Inch mi thu gauge for the past 21 Hours
Haiti fell yesterday morning hut the
weather cleared oft" early lu the day and
is mild with the wind from the South.
Fresh oysters or anything else you
want at tho Delmonlco Ketiaitrnnt, open
day and night.
Go to tfproal's, 133 Ohio Levee, and
get your oysters by the hundred or can
Iresli every morning. 12-1-11
--coyno'a oysters depot and restaurant.
Oysters In the shell and can, fresh every
day, at l'hll Sattp's old stand, between
Sixth and Sevcotn streets, Cairo, Illinois.
stoves warranted sound and perfect, and
not Injure I by the late lire, very cheap ol
T. J Kkhtii'h. 12-IC-10t
It you want lreli oyiter without pay
lug for the can and transportation, go to
Sproat's, 1 & Ohio Levee, and get them hy
tho pall full, fresh every morning. 12-4-t
Having given up my old utatid on the
levee And taken Ki-ohler A llto's shop, on
Eighth street, 1 tliatl bo prepared to sup
ply tho citizens rl Cairo, with the best
meats the market afford. Please call and
tec inc. rim.. Howard.
Sproat, 13. Ohio Lovco, Is lurnlshlng
oy.tc In the light ,hspe. Families can
bo stipp'led In an quantity fresh every
At "Our Saloon," Eighth trr.t, be
tween Commercial avenue and Ohio levee
the hungry my find all kinds of rdlblcs
herring, sauagc, ehcese, Ac, and tlie
thirsty the finest of wines nud liqtiors,lrc,h
lager beer, and thu bctl brands of cigars.
Attsntltc bar-keepers arc always on hand ;
and the lunch let dally, at ten o'cln'k, Sun
days Included, Is as Mae as any In llm city
Get )our oy,ter at the Dilinon co.
Joe lioiieker Is now in full control of
the Washington baVcry, and having learn
ed tbn wants of the public, Is prepared to
supply on call all demands far French loaf,
lii'ton, Drown and Graham bread, and
everything else ordinarily loutid In a CM-."la-s
bakery. He matntslota a full stock of
oonlictlocerlci, and ran, as well asany
other dcsler in the city, fill all orders In
-ngar kettle, ovrn, skillets and lids,
pumps, grain and grass scythe, wire rlotii,
grate, slot e pipe, elbows and a Urga vari
ety ol other goods saved from the lata lire,
Is now b-ing sold at 2.'i to 75 per cent below
cost at T.J. Kkkth's. 01-12-10-lOt
Cakes hiked, frosted or ornamented on
short notice. Special attention given to
.be orders of wt-ddlLg or picnic parties,
The bett oysters at the Dclmonlcollcs
Ncwiy-atted, finely furnished barber
shop by Gcorgo Steln!iotic, curncr Com
mercial avenue and Eighth street. Ytars
ol practice have given him a light hand
that nukes a smooth shave dellghtlul. Alt
who try blm once will call again. All the
late dally papers arc kcr.t on his tabic for
the bcnetlt ot hll cu-totLers, and there Is
no cdlous waiting tor turns. tf
If you want a good -"oal or wood co
stote for bebw cokt, cill at T. J. Kkkth's.
t'nlro Trnaafer Elcvntor.
Storigc capaclt 1 15.000 bushels. Trans
ferring capacity 15,000 bushels per hour.
Graia storcdand transferred to barges,
boats aid ca-s to New Ol leans and all
IttTP.S OP hlORACK.
Soual grain, ljc. per bushel, lit t ten
dajs cr part t'ercof, and jc. each add!
tlonat ten days, or part thereof.
Unsound grain, 2j. per bushel llr.t five
days or nart thereof, and 1c. aach addi
tional tire days or part thereof.
Magging grln and tying bags Jc. per
bushel. Hagjlu; grain and sewing bags lc.
per ou-aei. J. .v t.. uutmBuiiAji,
Cairo, Ills., Dec. 1. 1874.
Hest quality silver-plated ware less than
cost at Parsons, UavIs A Co's, Tenth street
Cutlkrv at half cost at private sale, at
Parson, Davis A Co's, Tenth street.
Go to WlNTKits's GALLEitvand sec his
specimens ol photographic art. Half an
hour can bo spent very pleasantly In view
ing somo ot tho well-known faces of our elti-
zsus. Mr. W. has on baud a largo stock ol
now and elegant frames, suitable lor hol
l'lloTOGRAPiid made only upon Fridays
and Saturdays, excepting by special np-
nolutment. Gallery open every etenlng
A tlraiiil riitcrtiiliiuif ill.
Two pleasant entertainments will be
given by the young Jadlcs ofLoretto Acad
emy nn the evenings of
Ileceiuber 'JIhI anil !i2il, IH7I,
AT Till'. ACAllKMV.
On the evening of tho 21t will he pre
sented a TantatJ, suitable to tho season.
On the evening of the 22d will be pre
sented a drama entitled
The ectebrated ".Mrs. Caudle" wil lec
ture both nights, and some cstays by the
pupils will add to the oi.tert tlumoats.
Muic, instrumental, on pianos and gui
tars, nnl vocal, will form a prominent lea
ture ocacli night's entertainment.
Aihnb-slon each night, 25 cents.
fi 1.12-15 td
Purk Irlti whisky punch, apple and
honey, peach and honey, Tom and Jerry,
Imported alo and porter and the finest
wiocs lu any msrket, at the Crystal saloon,
corner of Sixth and Commercial avc.
Ill thl. city at 10 o'clock, a. m., De
cember 10th, 1S71, Kate Itlley, Infant daughter
of William II. and Kate Harry Hllueil
Weitrencil our slet ping baby
In robes hs white ut miow,
For Hi lluy, Miotics ca.ket
'1 l.ut walltsl hr below i
And out of the ilii ki ned chiunlr
We went wltliwiiliU-U moan
Tu Ihe height of the nlllt.s HiigeU
Our little out had llown
CAIRO MARKET WHOLESALE.
Coirtctisl Dally by I! M. Meurns. commission
inerchanl, s-rerrttry of Ihe Cuho lloaid of
V'lour, ucconlisic to giiule
Corn, mlxett, ucksd
Corn, while. a.K-ked .. ,
Until, per t"il
Ilutier, clmlcL Northern loll........
llutltr, clmlceoutlieru Illinois...
Cliickeiis, nlin -
llabbits, rilon?i -
liualls, per don-n..............
Apples, choice, per bushel..
Apples, cmninou, jierbiuhtl
Potatoes, l-r Wrnl
Onions, pel birrel
.. SI wJ6 00
.... :i i'-o
Npeclnl .Meellnz of the rilyCouncll,
fitUeil liy Hip Major,
.7 ... Cotwcn. CitAMnr.it, 1
Cairo, 111?., Dee. Iii, 187-1, 7:30 p.m.
I'resent Ills' Honor Mayor Wood, and
Aldi-rinen Halliday, McEwcn, McOatiley,
Nelll, Wnlder and Wright fi.
On motion or Alderman Wright the
minutes of the last rcL'iilar ineetlntr were
approved without reading.
'riifs-iinlralalwl that the object of the
meeting was fe the transaction of uen
RKIORT OP COM.MITTKK ON t,s.,,M,,
The lollowing bills which were at n..
last regular meeting referred to the comp
troller for his approval, having been ap
proved by blm were referrcsl back by the
claims committee, recommending their
payment as follows :
Jauieis Kennedy, lor balance due
for constructing l7Ufeet of brick
sldcwnlks on South side of
Eighth street.between Wasblntr-
ton and Commercial avenues, ,.f-l23 CO
;. tt . lieiniersoii. tor putting up
stove ut police hendiiiiarters and
sundries lor ame 1 00
Cairo City Gas Co., gas consumed
In street latiin In November. 17
night 172 fiS
On motion ot Alderman Wright the
recommendation of the committee was
concurred In and said bills allowed bv
the following vote :
Ayes Halliday, McEwen, McOauley,
Nellls, Witliiermitl Wright II.
Petition of M. McCarthy requesting the
council Ui grant him license to sell vinous.
spirituous nnd fermented liquors in less
quantities than one gallon, from this date
until July 1, 1&7. for the sum of $1 10 00,
the aiw as charged for six months, was
pre-cnted, and, on motion nf Alderman
1 lability, tabled.
Petition of Melissa L.Clark was p re
sented, representing that on the 20th day
of October last she had payed Into the
city treasury the sum of $175 00 for II.
cen-e tn retail .spirituous, fermented and
vinous liquors, on lot 7, block 2, city, uii
tlll July 1, 1W5, and that on the 10th day
of the present month, the mayor had re
voked her license under the authority
vested in him by the provisions of ordln
sticc No. 70, upon a charge of gambling
being permitted on said premises. Said
tietltlon further states that If any gam
bling did take place on said prcml.-c it
was unknow n to her and against her ex
press order and without any intention
on her part to violate any ot the ordin
ances of the city. She therefore earnestly
requests of the council that her said li
cense lie restored to her that he may be
aved from serious iiecuniary loss, prom
ising hi the future a strict obedience to
the laws and ordinances of the city.
rhe chair held that Inasmuch h.s the
council had not been ofllclally notified ot
his action in the matter, they could not
for the present take action on said peti
tion. Alilermau Halliday thereupon moved
that action on ald petition lie deferred.
COMMUNICATION ITIOM TUB .MAYOR.
A communication from the mavor was
prcented, stating that under and by vir
tue of tne authority vested in him by sec
tions 3 aud 4 of ordinance No. 7f. lie had
on the 10th Inst, revoked license No. 503,
issued to Melissa L. Clark for tlie sale of
spirituous, vinous and fermented liquors,
on lot 7, block No. 2, city, for a violation
of said ordinance No. 70, in permitting
gaming for nidney on said premises, and
submitted his action in the premises to
On motion of Alderman Ncllls, the
mayor's action was sustained by the fol
lowing vote :
Ayes Halliday, McEwen, MeGanley,
Nellis, Walder and Wrlght-fl.
RESOLUTIONS AND MOTIONS.
The following resolution was presented
by Alderman Halliday, who moved Its
Itetohtd, That the mavor be author
ized to Issue to Melissa L. Clark, a new
license for the unexiilreil term ol the one
revoked, whenever evidence satisfactory
to the mavor is given mat tne ordinance:
;V.U. not be iiL'aln violated within Mrs
shall bVvlvenV ' ww ho,,Us
l'lficultd. This notion of the council
shall not prevent the mayor from ngaln
revoking Mrs. Clark's lii-cnsu whenever
tlie ordinances shall be violated within
her place of business, and tlte mayor
shall consider it ncces-ary so to do.
The following resolution presented by
Alderman Wright, was adopted, vU:
Whereas, .Messrs Feuchter & Co., hav
ing asked permission of tho council to
construct the brick sidewalk lu front of
their place of business on the east '"
Washington avenue, lu...rii Eighth
and Nliieth sir.-(e, ana mat inasiuucii as
Jiiiiiuj It'emiedv has failed to execute his
rsintract of which the above Is n portion,
therefore bo It
llisoleol, That said Feuchter it Co., bo
allowed to put down said walk In front
ol their place of business, the same to
comnlv lu everv resiieet to all the pro
visions of thu ordinance relating thereto.
COXIRtCT AMI BOND OP (iWKWALK CON
The contract with I. V. Garvey for the
reconstruction of the sidewalks on Levee
street, In front of lots 10 nud 17, block 3 ;
lots 1, 2, 3, I, 5, 0 and 10, lu block 0, and
lots 0, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 1 1, In block tl, to
gether with a bond In thu sum of $1,000,
for the faithful performance ot his con
tract, were presented, and, on motion of
Alderman Wright, said bond was nj
proved and ordered Hied, ami the projier
olllcers weru Instructed to execute said
contract by thu following vote :
Ayes Halliday, McEwen, MeGanley,
Nellls, Wnlder anil Wright tl.
Stale and city liquor bonds of .Michael
McCarthy were presented, and, on motion
of Alderman Nellis, approved and or
On motion of Alderman Wright the
Will K. Hawkins, City Clcik.
Clkar and most fragrant Havuuss for 10
cents, at tho Crystal ailoon, coruerol Sixth
aud Commercial avenue. 12-Stf
lUttQAiNH lu boots and shoes, at Elliott &
Wholosalo Prices, but No Credit t
Mrs. C. McLEAN,
Noxt Door to Stunrt & Oholson's
.......... Kum.nt ior iMiie man Clllldrtn,
tS" These i
It 0!.l verr loss- fir-
II anil CAs)!I ONLY
AMD tUUn IN
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
Under City National Baj.'t.
T WILL M Iti car-!ol I0U nt mani!1
rices, ailiHm: Freight
HARRISON & CO.,
(Successors to D Hurd X tV)
And Dealers In
FLO UK, GRAIN and HAY,
No. 03 Ohio Xvf.
FLOUR AND GENERAL
JOHN B. PHIIXIS
lucce.snrt lo John II l'hlllli)
Ami T)s)1wrsi !m
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
HEAL, BEAN, etc.
Agents for LAFLIN & BAND POWDER CO
Cornor Tenth Street and Ohio
7. I) Mathuss,
K. C Uhl.
Dealers In ,' . .
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
O-dk Oliio Ijotjoo.
MIXXsER & PARKER,
ZPn.i.x.-XsnnlML.'m ISt o aX o m
OHIO LEVEE, between Fourth and Sixth Stil
8. D. A. '.
AYRES tfc CO.,
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
Wbolesals and Iletall Dealers lu
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIB0, ILLS, and C0LUHBDS, XY.
cairo orriOE (
At Hulon &Wilon;. Corner Issiftb H.
and Ohio Ieovee.
WK will run an Ice tvajptn tiirouibout tiit
Season, tlslltrrluf puix- lake lu la any
iiaii of ths city at the lowest maikat prte-, ass4
wilt also furulih our rrtenils outs lilt ths city wtUs
c by tha cake or ear loud, packed la swJul
or lulputbt W sur dlstsuics.