" A 8 C A I . n ijo n OK ' no" " ""
Kiilftlit of I'jtlilan, mteta etrrr Krl
ilur nlslit Hi liair-past seven, In (Mil
Qialirtllfir Oninnaliili r
,AI.I-..V A Nllr.lt So. ill
Jii'irprminii c.nu r or IMH-HI
meets nery Tlmnul.-ir nhttit
ninftaKl seitn. hi Oiflr IihI 1 fin
inimemu avenue, KHinnnilli nix I seu-nlli
t . IvhST, : u
f 1AII10 Y,X( AMI'MKS'T, l.l) l. ' r fn t.
'vin iijii-rt-iinir nan un me iiraf -uiyi iniiu
luesilay ufcvt ry inonlli, nt tmlf jm.I sen n
.1(1111 It. ItOnlN'OH, I. I
A tAIIIO I.OIHJI: NO ir.A V A M
mJiii If'iM reirular riiiiiiiiinit-jtlioiiA In Mji
7t sonic Half, roincr Coiimierrlul amine
'biiii r.ignin street, on tin- second ami
oiirin .ti'in'i) 01 rani momii.
Now Advertisements. 49
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
7. O. IITTXdtlLiS,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Duildlntr, Cornor Twolfth Stroat
and Waahlngton Avenue, '
SJCounty unci rtallrnail Work tlallj
cUrnltml ilrfuiilt fiaiina- ln nuwlr
fur iik re than sixty thus In Hie lutvnienl if
:it.itmr Hie ainimnt aero ml In lj iwl.l l,y
1 -U111 Mfirtff.i?c cveculf.1 In Win. I'omIh In
rumiul hljwli lavl'irarel Ivlwln Cmvim, I mi
tees oftlie Cairn I lly l'r.i"Ttjr. tlatnl .May Hill,
ia. rec.inle.1 In Ilic lteripler' office, fn am:
nr. nirinniirr r'miii) , ill llir rwicul 1111111111 III
ll'Hik V" nf ileulu, iKiye 1 1. mi". the tinder
pIki.hI, wM Tnmlm. lll. i.n .-sliinbv. the
.... 1 1.. 1 1.. ..... ....... ..tiii... 1. ..
!li ilay of .lanuary neat, A 1) 17.1, at 10
H'Nofk InllicriiiTiiiMiiinrilialilny, muter amlli
virtue of llii nowrr of sale cmitalnt-1 In sali
Morlffafe, Mil, al iiilillCBiirliin, In the h)i(lic-t
liliMer, for rali, at the nnire luillillnirof aiM
"Inwleea, mmrr of Wahlnirton at rime ami
idtclilienlli -trret, in said cllv of Utlni, In Alex
amler county ami Mate of 1 1 1 IiioIk. all the Hjrht,
title ail') inti rent of enl'l Wni IjimIii or Ills a
alicni, In ami In Inl iiiirnleml X! 'llilrtr-lM'..) In
Mock uumlieml 41 (twenty-line) In the I'ouilli
Arlilillnn In said city of (jilro. areonliiiK t" the
n-mnle.1 ilal lli.ie.ir, with the ftiiiurlenmfi-.,
to satl-fy the tiim-riM-a and rnmlmon of kiM
MorttaKe . I A Ms TA YI.OK,
Tnil-et ofthe film I lly I'mi-i-itr.
l)ate.l Cairo, III , ! II 1171 l.'-la-l l
I berehy glten lliat ilef.iult hl Inar Uen nwle
lor mniT irutn ixiyu.i)a in thr utyiiient or n
Iirtlon of Ihe ani'iunl e-ciiitel to Ia -all liy a
tertaln .Murtingrr exreninl liy Itelirmi.l I lci
In ainui M.itt-1 To) lor awl IMwin I'arroiK,
Trutee4 ofthe I alrol it) l'ri. r1 v . jt,. Marrh
.th Kl, ncinlnl In the Itreonli-r'a ollire. in
ami f r Alrxjmlrrrniiiit)', in the Stair f llll
noli in IIimiV. "I" of ilel, imkc.1i; .r,
umlrr. irm I. M Tni-lii", w ill . on tlupli) ,
Ihe Wli ildiyvf .lauiuiy next, .V. II. I"7 jt in
o 'rlock in tlie f.irrnrMin of ilwit iU) . uniUraiiil
livilrturof theiowrror lr cinlln"l in l.
M irtairr r at I'nhlle Aurtlon, In the hlirhe!
l.nMer, forcn-li. at llienrllie ImlMlnit of aM
TrUAircdi corner nf Wavlitnirton A i-mtt; ami
i.iyhlrritli atnrt, in whl I lirof Calm, In lrx
amlrr rrnnlr ami Mate of lllinoln, all thvrtRht.
title an l iiilrrvt of will Itrlxi-ca .1 l.lo-or lier
an iiia. in anil to lota riiiiiibcinl I four), .(tnuj.
3 'Ihrre), I 'fuun, Ti (fllf) , 0 (l) . T (een , x
(etvhti, V 'nini'i. in lilork nunilit-rl hx (riv'tity
rlirhti in the Kirit aiMlthm In thr ail city of
I nirti, arc ..nlin In Ihe rrconlnl Int tlirrrot,
with the apurtrnannt. to rutl-Ty thr nr)t
aii'iroii'iiuuri Ol eai .iiorrKaar.
hi A. rTAVI.OII,
Tmlt-i of the I aim f lly IVm-hIv.
Ilatol, (.aim, III , Diirml.T Nth, 1,I "
lahmliy clrril tliatilrfanlt liatilii; ln-rll nuitc
fur more than oixty ilaya In the yinrnt of a
portion of the amount H-cnrv-l to lie iwM liv a
airruin MoittraKerxrcutiil !- Ilnir lluiiLcr
to armi I MAata 'layloranil llain farin.
'I'Tiutera of thr fiiiro I Ity l'roiirrtv, lllllil
uxuit Mh lrt, ninlvl In Hie llironlrr'a
onire in ami fur Alrxamlrr comity, in the
Male of IlllnoU, In lamk "V" ut iherlt, jyr
11V We, the nnilrrdlrnttl, alil Tlll.lrr,
Hill on haluiilajr, th'trth ila) of Jainur next,
A I) KJ, at In o'clock In Ihe forenoon of that
iLty.iin'lrraml hy virtue of Ihe rrof tale
roiitaliiel in uM Jlnrtirac wll, at I'nhlir Aui -lion,
to the hli;hnt hhlilrr, for cauli, ut the of-lln-initlillior
of nhl Tnutrm, connrof Wu-h-HiKton
Airnue ami t.ifrhlH'iilli atnvt, in varl
I ii) of I a. ni in Alrxamlrr county amltatrof
IIIIU0I4, all the rlk'hl. title ami liilrn-l of
llinry Hunker or hU aljrn-, In ami to lot
iiiimUml i; (M-trnti-rn) ami 18 (riKhtKu) In
hli-k niiinU'riil i (tucnty-oui ) In the )'urlh
ulilition t rani illy of (aim, arconliiu to the
nronlnl plat thermf, rilh theappurtrriaiicea. to
atiaf) theiiiinioJ' uml conillllnn of eaiil Mnrt
Kaisr. I'AAIS1 AVI.U1I,
Tnn-lw of the (jtirn City l'roiri
lljtnl, Cali-o, III, Uecemlier llth, 1-71
I.luitli.v sin ttiatilrfault li.nliu; in nuilr
ror moir tluii xlxly tl.ty - In Ihe
iimrrii of a xiittnu of the amount
itii nil In I'' (anl liy n crrUIn .Mortirane
rxrrutiil liy Wllllaiii Kitziulrlrk In jiniiel
Maatf Taj lor ami I.iImIii l'uron. 1 ruHi-t of
the (aim I Ity rrorty, l.tii Krlmwry Slli,
If a, rrcoplril In the lli-cwphr'a OIUiv, 111 ami
for Alexander cnuntv. In the Stole of 1 II I no ! .
In IhHik "I" ofdeeili.iniireSil, we.llir umlrr
aiirneil, aaidTnutm, will, on Saturday, Ihe
litndar of .laiiuar)' nrvt, A. I) 17.1, at H
o rli-ck in thr fnniioflii or tint ila), uudiraml
bv virtue of Hie oncr of eale ronLiincI In .ild
Jlortpipe, rrll, at I'ulillc Auction, In the IiUIi
el hhlilrr for cali, at the olllcc Imildlnu of
aalil'lnmlrea, cornerof Wa-hlncton Avcniicand
KlKhlrentbtln-rt, III Mid Uty of ( ulrn InAI
rxandrr rounly uml Mate of IlllnoU, nil the
richt, title ami Intercut or aid Wllll.nu Kill
inlrirk r hi' aljnik ' "'"I lo lot niiinla-iv I 5
(rlie), In hlock niiinl rrrd 1 (one) In Ihe second
Addition In kuld city or Cairo, arroidlnc to the
irroiileil plat thereof, with the. upiHiiteiianrrdi.
to aatitfy the l'linm-'!. and romlitlon of
.Mortifni-c h. sTAAls TAVI.oit;
Trutiof ihe Calm ( Ity l'rmierly.
Datnl, Cairo, III. . HvciniUT llth, 1.
U hrrrhy KlMiillutdrfanltluiylnRtHCii nude
r .rinoielhaii ixly d.ija In the imyiui nt of n
pirlloii oriheaiiioiint unnnl to la- laild hy
irruiu MorUaireexiTiitnl hy Ihounu O liamtu
liiiinitl itiaH'U)lornnd IMwin I'.irion", Tni
tHioftiie Cairo City I'roprrly, diili-il Orlolijr
lth, leiU. rrconlnl III the ItccJnlir'a Otllce, III
und for AlexnndiT county. In the Mate of 111
nol", In lMik -M" ofileiilv pJK'c-l1. etc. c,
the iinilerdiriHil, wild TrmUfs, will on Satur
day, thelitli ilay or.lanuury next, A 1 KS.ut
10 o'clock In Ihe fort-noon iifttut ilay, uniliriilid
hv virtue ofthe wcr or sale contained lniald
.Morlifaif, hell, nt l'.ilillc. Auction, to the hlirli
r.t ljiildrr, for rall, ut the olllce hulidliiK ofnuid
Imittrci, corner of Wanhinirlon .Vvi-uuu and
KlKhleenlh vtrrvl.ln nald Cly oH'nlro, In Al
exander county and state or Illinois ull the
rlirlit, title and Intereitor mid I liftmuv O'llaru
or Ida aailKiia. In ! to lot nunilH-rtil -.T (Iwcn-
ty-ieven), In Vlock nimibriril IK (forly-nI) In
the KlrM .xildltloii to r-al'l cltyor Ciilio, m-cord-
luif to the iccoiilrtl plut thereof, llh the up
purtenunce. to aatlafy the pnrioea and comll
lion ofald . Murine. staat.tayi 0I!i
Tniitlft-a of the Cairo City l'roi.rrly.
Dalnl, Cairo, 111.. Decemlier lllli, K.
Is hereby kImii Hint lUfaull liming Wn nide
for niorr than sixty day In the iiaymt-iit ofu
portion ofthe amount seciirnt to he paid b a
l ertaln JlortgiiBe cxccutul hy 51 clmej Sgott to
Kaniiirl rttiuiti'layloriind hdialn rarsriii". Inn-
trea ofthe Crlro city l'roiierty, daliM O.lou.-r
mid for Alexander county, III the State of
noli, 111 l")ok "M"of dl-e.1". tKe 1(11, etc. ,
..d. in.itwrMlt'ii.-jl. vi,lil TruHlccit. will on Sti
I7III, IrSH, rreonilH 111 ine lirinruvi win. r, . i.
day, the Will day nf.Janunry, next, . II irt.l.nt
10 o'clock In the forenoon orthut day. underiiiM
l,y virtue of Hie power ;( al" couliilned In wild
idnrtiriidCi'i sell, 111 1 nun. n"vu""i ',.-' ,---e"-eiri
MUr. for rah,ut Ihi-ollicn lailMlngof
Hald TniVt si". coriierorWii-hliiiJIon Avenue and
i?lfflii.nth Tstreet, 111 said C ty of ( iilro, In Alex
H Munty Mil Mat; of Illinois, all the right,
I "le ant ere"t offald Michael sVolt or hisii.
" Jill, In ami to lot" nuiulKTt-l ft (Hie) an; fl
(ifi) ii olnrk mitnliemlW (nine y-lwo) In he
sum jioriKaht, I:mViN i..toSS.
Trusltea of the Cnlro City I'riita rty.
Dote.1, Cairo, III . I't-cemlwrUlti, Is, I,
Ho, for good bargains, at A. Halley's,
He will sell at greatly reduced prices for
tho no.t thirty ilaya. 'o. 103 and 170
"WasUliigtoii avenue. 10-12-2-lm
If you want lino liquors, go to tho Crys
tal Kaloon, corner ol bmn an-i uoininemai
110 V' Imti only 50 cent", ftt Klllott & Ilay
Kreih llallliiinrc orileni rcrelvcil dally
aim now by J'lill. II, MiUp. riOO-ll-'.tl-tl
v I.iiinlier Ynnl.
Clia., I.nnculcr nnil Newton Hlcc, (lato
Willi Walter) both vtcM known to our cltl
cue, and to rlvor men uencrallr. Laveia
tadlialieil n lumber yard In Cairo, r,)r. i-r ol
sixteenth itrect uml Commercial nxniii-.
They will keep every dcerliitloti ul tiullil
lug material ami atenmboat liinilicr, iloota,
la.'li, lillmli, inoul(Iln(, MiIiik!c, Utli, ft? ,
etc., nnd are (Jettnnlncd toselllo.ver that
lumber liaa over been anlil In Cairo, Tboy
solicit a fair trial Irom etcainliont men and
builder, an'l ii.irantcc xatljactlou In all
Ppnut, IS.'i Ohio Levee, li reteMnir New
Orleaiia oyMern every momliii; In bulk, lie
l making lilv own can anil pru.-k lnf lits
own nyttera, thereby avnldliiK tlio exorbi
tant cbarea for transportation, and Nc-na-
bluJ to funiMi a better article at a leu
price than any other dealer. I'alronlzo a
homo lnititutlr.il, ami betielit your-clf.
KtioniN lo It ell I.
Klfiht rooim to relit on Third r-trcct be
tween WablDjton anil Commercial ave
nttca. Apply to William JlcllaMor at
on the merit! ol the lliblc, between I'. K.
Cnilcrwcod, of llonton, Mans, and l'rof.
O, A. llur-eK, ol the Northu extern Chrla
tlan Uiiltcrrlty, at Indl.inapolln, Iml., at
the Athcneum. Cairo. Ill . commencing
December Si, loTI, and conttniiltii; four or
1. Ileaolvi-il, That the Ilible It hltnrl-
1. Unsolved, That the lilble It (clcntlll-
3. Itcaotrcd, 1 hat the Illble tcichcitbad
and corrupt moraN,
Adml'-Ion.-ri cent'; rc-cned n-at, (0
rnnU. Ticket" lor tale at the IlooUtorcr,
Hobblni.' niU'lc atore, Under'. Jewelry
r-torc and Scliub'a drii" atore.
10 IIh ninr fur i?I, at Wilcox'..
II lln biith-r lor SI, at Wilcox'".
I lb" colllf for ? 1, at WllnivV,
rolatw W ci.-nti ikt biiliel, at
I'rrah hlliil .
Mr. T. Kitzi'crald ha Jut rceclved and
ha on aale at hi ailc" room, a lars'e ttoclc
of Koglitli ale, porter, Ilenmy brandy
and wlncf, and Hfiior ol all kind', which
he will iliijiore of at rcironabte price".
I.llncli I '.very Hay.
f Jcorgc l.attnur corner ol Koiirtecnth and
Washington aenuc, will furnuh hereafter.
every dy to li! patrom a o. 1 lunch, be
twein the hour ol ten and twelve o'clock.
Krctli .Milwaukee beerand fragrant Havana
clgara to bo had nt hit bar at all time.
A n'M. line oflioy and youtliv' cans, at
: llott .V Ilaythoru'a.
All Watcbca, Clocks aud Jewelry, that
have been left with me for repilr",ou which
the ciargca aro unpaid, will be this ilay
left at the Jewelry More of Mr. II. Iloupt,
on Wavhlnirton avenue, and will at the end '
of thirty ilay Irom this date lie sold to pay
Imrccs. Hbkma.n WtLLi'.lt,
Caiiio, I lis., December nth, IsTI.
Uovh, go and cee the Storm King, at Kl
llott .V Havthorn'a.
I with every penon Indebted to mo to
call and settle before Ihe U t of January,
1b"5, at I hav e concluded to carry on a
trlctly cakh bii-lnc.t on and al'.cr that
lato. If ettlement la not made an rc'iuctt-
cd In tills notice, tlio amount due to me
will be collected by law.
Caiiio, III., Dec. II, 1S74.
r'llty to evcnly-tlvc dolttn per month.
Aitent" wanted everywhere. Teacher",
ladle", gents, etc., etc. No capital or out
lay required, hend "0 cents for potagc on
outfit, to 1). C. Wnt-CiiMAN,
tl Irv lu Station, Union County, Ohio.
Oil 111 1 11 1 1 II If.
31 r. Winter It tmsy palntlii" some largo
portraits In oil, We are glad to too the
people waking up to tlio appreciation of
true getilii". A lino photograph ofthe l!ev.
Mr. Thayer, on exhibition, la life it, elf.
1 In lit Oiiotloii for I ii vol Id-..
Have the rouilm mt-tll cl tici of the profef-
elon done you no good f Aro you ilUcour-
aged and roUorablel' If io,tctt tlio proper
tlca ol tlio now vegetable Spo:lllc, Dr.
WALKKK's CAl.tFOIl.NIAN VlNKOAIt HIT-
TF.lts, already famous aa the Uncut lnvlgor-
ont, corrcctlvu and alterutlve tint has ever
toon the light. Dlsprptlca and pertonn of
bilious habit should keep It w llhln reach, If
fthoy vauo health and case.
Tiik Illicit brands of cigars kept eon
atantly at the Crystal saloon, cornerorSUth
street aud Commercial avenue. 12-."tf
For Hoots and Shoes ol any
stvbi. duality or description co
to will. l.umrB un anriiiicui
street, or at No,8l Ohio Levcn, Ho guar
unices to cmii purchaser the ttock that he
selects, and mauuf.icturcs boots at allprlccs
ranging from S3 00 to 15 00. Customers
troubled wilb corns or tender feet, ate
guarnntod an ea y fit, as boots aro titled to
the loot. In tho absence of Mr. Khler, who
will superintend both shop, Philip llaugli
will havo charge of tho I.evca shop and Ld
rnu'cralil the shop on Twentieth street
Thanking his patrons for past Invor" ho so
Hells a tsntlnuiiuco of tho same.
fjood singlii rooms i. n,0 upjcr floor at
the Saint Charles can bo liavi, with board
at tho very low rato of f 30 per month. Tw o
largo family rooms, fronting on tlio Ohio
river, can bo secured at ?U0 and SICO pci
nioutli. These rooms aro doublo and very
Now Is your time. You can get hotter
bargains than wore ever ottered before In
the lino ol Moves, tinware aud housefur-
I utkhlng goods, at A. Ilalloy's, No. 1(13 and
1 170 Wanhlngtou nvo. 10-3-12-Ini
1'IMDAY, DIXMMIIKK If, 1871
l.oenl Wrnllicr Itcporl.
tatno, It.t... Drcrnilwr 1, K7I.
i a in
THOMAS JONKr), Olcrcr.
At iiii niljoiirncil tncctlii of tlu Tint-ll.-tti
Club, licM lat iit'lit at tin; St.
Cliarli" lintel, It wiia ilci'Iili-il to not jot
tionc tlic I'liantoni iwrly, wlilili will ac-
cnrdliigly lnki plncc tistioit lii'njtii-
JiiihIk nt I'ubllr Vendue.
II. II. ISbic-k will, tlic latter part nf tliU
wii-k, rm-lvc n i-oiiljriiinciit of j;ool
from nliro.nl, wlilcli, lio Itiforuii tt', tin
will endoavor to iIImkim- of nt tittblli' vrn-
ill ic. The stiK-k will cotitt ofilry KfHN,
clotliln', furiiMiliiK yrooiN, eti-. I'artb-ii-Inriirillw
will lx; L'lvcn of aaloltKltii'tlinc.
Dr. Henry will ,'ic a b-cttirc lis-nlglit
at tin- Mlrcral I.cIIkIoiii Hall, on
the law" of Health uml Di-en-i-; how
to itiaki- bone, itni"t lf anil brain will be
fully ilKciivnl. KiiowUdi.' worth
lititiiln-tU of dollar" will ! Itn-
parted. Tlii lilti", Momaiii, nkln,
mill lliclr ollli-os will Ire ibwrlln'tl.
J'lio iloclor will alo ilvi lnlrticlloii for
ral-liio; n vluroii" crop of lialr anil
obtaining iM-aiitlful coiiipliixioti. What
to iit, how to i-at and when to oat, will
form i' part of tin- lecture. Thu secret of
longevity will Ih-told. Let no one ml""
this opportunity of injoylii si inot
iifrn--ablc and prolltablc vrcnlit. Ail-iiili-lon,
-Mrs. .M. .1. C'ur"ou wMies to inform Iter
ciltotner." that sbo lia rcmoveil from Im
tweeii Nititli nnd'J'cntli streets on C'om
incnial avenue, ouu block iiImivc, on
Commercial avontic, between Tenth and
Kluveuth slm.-t", vln.-ri! will be found a
food line; of toys and notion" for tlio hol
Two txiws were all that Judpj Ilro?s
liad to attend to yesterday? and lie got
rid of litem In tint following- manner:
Thoma" Aii(U-r-on, a somewhat boIter
ott gentleman, was arrested liy Ollk-or
I.allue for ill-liiiblii tlie etjiiaiilinlty of
Ilenrj- (iretn, a (julet and liioflcn-ive
gentleman. After hearing tlic evidence,
the Judge lined the ollendcr S10 and
coMs, and sent liltu to the loek-ttji for
The next ca"e was that of 11. Orilllu,
the negro who-o cam was continued from
Wed in-day, charged with stealing an
overcoat. After the evidence was heard
the judge held defendant to hall in the
sum of live hundred dollars to apiK-ar at
the neAt term of the circuit court. He
wa" sent to Jail, not liclng able lo llnd
tuiyone who would go ouhU bond.
.Indge Itird hail a solitary ca-e that
3f Thomas WiUon, w ho was arre-ted for
ilriinkeune"", und ilnwl $10 and eoK
Not lidiving tlic money lo pay hi" line, lie
was ent to the elty Jail for eight ilaji.
Wr are sure It pay to do your "Uvrt
Ust" at all time", as whatever I" worth
doing at all U worth doing well; as tin
lllu-tratlou, the maker" of the lamou
Charter Oak Stoves have always; alined to
buy the let material, cnnilov the be-t
workmen, and make the be.t Cooking
Stove they could, and the re"ttlt 1. the
iiarter Oak lia attalmsl a tiopularlty
uniireeeilenttsl in the hlstorr of Stores.
IlciiciiibiT the riiantom iiarty to
night at the St. Charles.
Tho l'resbyterlans bought thirteen
hundred MoblV; lmy oyster from Sproat,
with which to fi-eiHln- Immense crowd of
pisijile who rl-ltcd their fair lust nlglu.
Mild gloomy weather prevails blue
weather. It i not cold enough to make a
man enjoy a routing lire, and yet cannot
boal of sunshine.
Ktlltor Tarker, of the Metropolis
Democrat, announce, that on Saturday
lu-t, ho "had the pleasure of taking tea
Willi Hon. W. II. Green and Dr. Wil
liam"." iiirec new street crossings have
been put down on Coniiuercl.il nvenue
within the last ten day", to the delight of
the many persons who are obliged to
cro" mid n-eroi," that thoroughfare.
Preparations for the decoration of
the Kpl"eopal church for the holidays
are going on steadily. Tor the hut three
days the ladies ol the church hare
worked faithfully, arranging evergreen",
with which to trim their beautiful Utile
The Itev. Dr. Thayer, since leaving
Vliicenucs night belore last, has received
throe or four Invitations to lecture. His
hands aro full. The Semi- 'tkly Sun, of
Vlueeniu-s, kays : "Itev. Dr. Thayer, of
Cairo, Is one of tho mot successful lec
turers In the West."
Dr. Henry, the mesmeric lecturer. Is
crcaf lug quite a sennatlon lu the city. He
Isa llrst class talker, and makes his victims
act ill the ino-t ludicrous manner. H i has
concluded to finish his course lu tho I'ree
Itellglous hall and notgotothcAtheneuin.
The I'aducah Xoo says: "It Is thought
that some of our cltUcns will go down to
Cairo to listen to the discussion between
Underwood and Burgess on the Ulble,
This discus-Ion will be commenced next
week, and may he a good thing."
--The Grand Cominandery of tho
KnlghtH Templar of Kentucky, meets tit
I'aducah lu .May next. The ICnlghU of
that village aro already making arrange
ments lor the occasion. Ol course, our
Sir Knights will go up and shake hand
with their brethren who dwell upon tho
other sldu of tho Ohio lu the State of tho
"Woody ground," splendid whisky
: .Tfj ,1 N.
an S7! ' St ..V I:.
su.r,i r, n.
pretty women and .Maon of Ihe true
A meeting of the directors of the
Cairo and St. Louis railroad company
will be held at East St. l.ottl", next Tues
day, when the matter of nil arrangement
with Mr. .Morgan, of tlio Cairo aud Vlu
cennes railroad, which will reult In an
'Incline" Mug put In near the old fort,
will he .i ; ! ,vi.
Tb , . 'icrs of Ihe Methodist
church win meet III the church to-utght
to make nrr.ingcmentu lor the cele
bration Of Christinas. It luv not yet
been decided by them whethcrthey will
havo n ChrMiua. tree or not, but a dell-
nlte conclusion will be arrived at Ihl"
The river column ofthe New Orleans
7Vmd, llth Inst., contains the following
From W. II. Ilollnircr. steamboat aireut.
also iigent for the Cairo and Vlneennes
Itailroad.otllcc l'.WOravIertrect,wo learn
that the Ohio VnlleV Transportation Com-
tinny is steamer j-cyiona nnu nurges,
Parker. Sh.illeros nnd C. I). McCul tun
left yesten lay at i p. in. with 1200 tons
sugar, moiaoes anil mi'cciiuueous mer-chandl-e
for Louisville. Cincinnati and
The en-ction or Foster & Itexford's
big lec-huii-e, which Is to lie built on the
ll.it below Ihe St. Charles hotel, has Ix.t-n
pnMpoiicd until alter the holiday.". The
carpenter) who have lreen engaged to do
the work are now employed lu another
way, and will not !c able to go to work
on Ihe building until Hie time named
nlrore. When completed, this will lie the
largest structure of the kind In thi part
of the State. We hope .Mers. I'o-ter &
liexford may rcali.e a liainUonie prollt
from their Investment, as Ihey certainly
.Mr. William Khler- lia- spread hlm-elf
out like a green bay tree. He has pur-
eha-etl another shot; shnp.SI Ohio Ivee,
which ho will conduct under the
foreman-lilp of Mr. I'hillip llaugli, and
run tin- old one hliiiH-lf. Mr. Killers will
endeavor lo lie present at both his shop"
attlicsame time. While present bodily nt
one. he will be present In spirit at the
other. He has been developing spiritu
ally, nnd has obtained the power of di
viding hiui"clf Into two shot-makers, both
of whom are the -atue the mo-t ener
getic and niccc-sful thoemaker hi the
Knlsliloartiir .Mystic Krrvr.
This soolety was organized nearly six
years ago, on tlic night of the Wh of
March, 160!), with the Intention that the
memli should meet, if pos-lble. once
every year on that night in Cairo. Owing
to the ab-cnee from the elly of the ofr
tlcer." who.-e duty It was to call the
Knight together, the society has not had
a meeting for the px-t three anni-versarie-;
but, lK-ing nble now lo call a
meeting, It I" projiosed to reorganize
the Krew on a footing that will enable It
to hold Its annual meeting.- hereafter
without failure. The object of the so
ciety. io far as we i-an learn, I" damphool-Mine-",
as ,Io-h Hilling-, would say, and
the pre-ent olllcer" are .1. W. M , G.
G.G.;T.M. L . I. II. S.; I). Mc-
IC- . 1.. II. S.; C. S. D , (J. G..M. T.;
C. II , O. . C; M. S. I . G. G.
T.;S. W ,G.G.S. II.; C. G , G.
O. T. C.
To lie I ho liny rat l.vrnt of Ihe Neiiaon.
The Cltrlittuas fetlnties of tin- Ger-man-Aineiican
school, l'rof. Apiel, will
bo theinn-t delightful all'.iir of the fcason.
The exercl-e.s will lie in German
and KnglMi and consKr of speeches
examluatlous, recitations, singing aud
the presentation of Christmas gifts to the
children and to lady patronesses of the
school. Amongst the other fe.iluresof
thl children's festival will be two hand
some Christmas trees, llnely decorated.
Il Is expected that the school building will
be packed to Its utmost capacity, as there
I" great interest feltamongourlie-t citi
zens in relation to it. Tills Clirl-tnia- festi
val will he held on Frldayereulntr.Deeem-
'"r .'.ith, ISTI.
-Nogelittc.,, wllllio .idmitted with
out an Invitation cam. Ladle.-, noi.it
companicd by gentlemen, are. requested
to bring their rariN. Children will not
be admitted, unless they aro accompanied
by their parents or other adult mcmbcra
Wild lie Is A lllalnry nf Ilia Crime.
John Donnelly, alias John Dyer, the
vounir man who was arrested by Chief
McIIaluou the lulbrination received by
him through tho authorities of Falls
Hirer, Mas-aehu-etts, was, hi accordance
with the request of Gov. HeVeridge,
turned over to l'oliee Constable Win. A.
Winter, of that city, who left Wednesday
ifteruoou with his prl-oncr lor home,
l'he olllcer being alone, and knowi.ir
Dyer to lie rather tricky, haiidcullcd aid
chained him to himself, so that If he trok
a notion to go anywhere ho would take
him with him. From Mr. Winter, who
Is it very clever man of nbout lllly-llre
years of age, a reporter of Tiik Kcm.ktin'
learned the following particulars in re
gard to the crime for which Dyer was ar
Dyer had been In the habit of stealing
from the orchard of u gentleman named
Joseph Adley, and on several occasions
was detected by the owner leaving his
premises with a sack ou his back, lllled
with fruit. .Mr. Adley reprimanded him
severely each time, and gae him to J
understand that it hodld not stoji his ne
farious habit, he would have him nnvsled.
lu less than u week from the time at
which the last conversation took place
lietween them, Dyer again Invaded Ihe
orchard, and was discovered hy Mr. Ad
ley. Dyer ran for the fence, which ho
jumped, and when on tho other side,
drew a pistol, leveled It on the Iclice,
took deliberate nhn and tired, the ball
taking effect in tho neck, aud missing
tho wind pipe, of Mr. Adley by only
the sixteenth part of an Inch. Dyer then
made for the wood",followcd by the son of
tlio wounded man and a companion.
They overtook the would-be murderer af
ter a chase of live miles-, who, when Iks
discovered his pursuers, turned, with it
pistol In one hand and a knife In the
other, nnd ordered them to go hack or he
would servo them as ho had the old man
Not being armed In y way, t'.y
thought It bet to do as Dyer told then.,
and went to town nnd reported tin, occur
rence to the ollleers, who went lu search
oftheshootUt, hut he managed to get
nwaj end nothing was heard of him until
w ithlu the last six or eight week., when It
was communicated to tin. oiilcors of Fall.
Hirer that the man they wnnten -v-,
this city. They Informed Chief .Mel I.e.
ortlie milter nnd Dyer was arreted, and
It is hoped will meet with the punl-h-ment
nil men of his kind o richly deserve.
Mr. Kobliion, brother-in-law of the
lato Capt. Fulls, returned to Philadelphia
yesterday to make arrangements for re
moving to Cairo, where he Intends mak
ing his home for the future. It had la-en
thought, and so reported, that Capt.
Fall had not made a will, and that there
would be some illlllcully In settling the
estate, but a wilt has leen found, com
plete lu all Its detail., lu which he makes
Ids sbter, .Mrs. Itoblii'ou, hi" sole heir,
nnd her husband executor of the eMate,
Ityron makes a few remarks, which
wo hare forgotten, about the nilery of
doing something great aud then having
your name sjsvlt wrong In the gazette-
not Ihe Cairo Umeite, but the gazette lu
nnicii me nig iry oi me world are ga
zetted; but what Is such misery to that
which Mr. Wilcox, of the St. Charles,
mtit have exierlenced, when he read In
lUOU.be, of St. Louis, that Joteph Wil
cox, proprietor of the St. Charles hotel of
Cairo, Ills., wa at the Llndell 1
Our old friend, Hie erratic jrculil".
Key. D. H. Turncy, wMies to lecture In
this city before Chrl-tma". Turner is a
clever lecturer chuck full of learning
aud brimming over with good humor;
but for some reason our people do not
take to him. We are the only person lu
the elty who appreciates him. In hi"
postal card to us, propo-lng to lecture,
-Mr. Turncy says : "L'nder the favor and
blessing of God, I enjoy a rea-onahle
share of physical and religious prosper
ity and am growing in grace and the
knowledge, ofthe truth a it W In Chrl-t."
Such ml-Ions as this we appreciate.
They arouse our religious emotion",
which arc numerous.
Toy nnil .NiiccliurnL.
The Toy and Sweetmeat King bas been
a little behind hand in making his appear
ance this seisin, but I now tntorm tVo lit
tle lolks and tbe public generally that I
havo the largest stock ever brought to
'Jalro, snd am selling nt prices that cannot
be duplicated lu any city In this country.
Toys will sell way dox-n, M pr cent,
lower than last y ar. ltemcmbcr I have
not my stock in the window, but hare a
room 20 feet by 20 entirely covered w Ith
them ; also my stock ol Candles. I have
over ten thousand pounds ol Candies
hipped to mo from tho e:it,such as never
was In Cairo b fore tine mixed silling at
twenty-flvo cents per pound. Hjmcmber
these arc good and pure Candles, no Jaw-
breaking, hard Caudles called 'home
made.' I also have over four hundred
pounds of Kksand three layers of Dates
and Almonds, and Oranges ut prices that
defy competition. Itcmrmber this is no
idle talk, buta fact. Call ar.il examine for
yourself. Villi.. Svue.
Corner Kighth St. and Washington Ave.
Orrtrr. ok Ttir. O.vino axoPt l.ort" ltxttnoAb
Company, L ilKO, III., December 1.1, 1S7I.
A meeting of the director" of this com
pany will be held on Tuesday, the 22nd
hist., at 11 o'clock a. m at the station
hou-e ou the depot ground of the com
pany, in the city of F.a-t St. Louis, Il
linois. S. St.iats T.vvi.nit,
Heducisl prices I Clothing, Hats, Cap",
Hoots tfc Shoes, at IIautmans.
Two or three bootmakers can llnd em-
1 - t.-l.tif nt
The large-t assortment of Christinas
goods erer brought to Cairo, will lie dis
played ou .Monday, December 7th, at
ThUtlcwood Co., have tlnlshcd their
large elevator at corner ot twenty-second
nnd Ohio Levee, aud moved Into it from
their old "tore, the llrst of this week. They
will have nil their elevating machinery
steiin.powcr etc., complete lu a few dsys,
and wl I be prepared to store and tako care
of ihclr consignments with much more
veulenee nnd satisfaction than " before,
as their storage room is ample to meot all
demands that oin possibly bo made upon
Daniel Harttnan Invites the attention
ol the public to the imiueu-u assortment
of new, beautiful, useful and ornamental
goods that will lu a f.iw days be dis
played at ids store, comprising beautllul
Chin lea sets, handsome eologneor toilet
sets, llohcmlau vases, Jewel boxes, rlolls
ol all sizes and prices. Corner Sixth
street nnd Commercial avenue.
EliillT-yexr o'.tl llourhon, only at tho
Crystal aaloon, cortirr of Sixth and Com
uerclal avenue. 12 tl
C'llRAl', Whito (Ir.inlto and other table
ware at Parson", Davis .V C'o's, Tenth
Dowi, down they come the prices of
stoves and tinware nt A. Ilalloy's, No. ICS
and 170 Washington avenue, 10-12-3-lm
Am. kinds of mixed drluks niado with
dispatch, ami most IuscIoiib to tbe taste, at
tho Crystal saloon, collier of Commercial
avenue und Sixth streot, 1- & If
ll xiiiiind Cliv.
111., Di'Ct-miH'r 17, l7l,at
9:30U. m., I'
r'lineral fiom residence of Geo. YV Carter,
Ksr., December 1Mb, at l o'clock, p. III. C
ami V. lallrnad train will have Culro for
Caiiio. lus., TiicitsiiAV Evk.i.no,1
December 17, 1871.
Tho weather I. cloudy, cold, damp and
disagreeable. Tho streets arc muddy and
outalilo htfluca. Is transacted under dlui
eullles. The general condition ol the
market continues about tho same as at the
oiienlug of the week. The demand for
low and medium ilottr Is Increasing.
Choice continue. ,caVy and dull. Trices
Ibi.y I" dull at New Orleans. The de-
",,m ir shipment ha, fallen off;
Price, are ,,.,. ,
nr. can., Inn . Tlie ,My be M '
of oats. Hccelpt. ot lioth are V.ji for
Poultry Is very dull; chickens tire
nam to cii at any pries'. Hates of
freights arc steady.
Hecelpts of com and oats since Tuesday
have been 10 cars. a. follows:
Coun II ears No. 2 mixed, 0 cars No.
2 white mixed. -1 cars No. 2 yellow, 3
Oats 2 cars No. 2 white, 1 curs No,
white mixed, 3 ears No. 2. black mixed
J cars .o. ! mixed.
earOur friends should bear In mind
that the prices hero given are usually" for
sale from llrst hand- In round lob"
tilling orders and for broken lots ills nec-
esary to charge an advance over these
Choice grade." nn. dull and tmchanireii,
J nere I some Improvement In the de
mand tor low ami medium, but no
change in prices. Wo note sales of 100
barrels $1 SO to 5 oO; KO0 barrel" $1 00 to
r 7u; COO barrels city mills $1 M to C 25
300 barrels $1 7fi to 000; 000 barrels $1 20
to 5 7.1; iiOO barrels $1 (X) to o 75.
The market for hay at New Orleans Is
weak and unsettled, and consequently
the demand for shipment has fallen off,
but receipts are light and there Is no
surplus of choice nn the market. Sales
were.i cars choice Timothy delivered
$21 00022 00; 2 ears choice Timothy de
livered $21 00; 2 ears choice mixed deliv
ered $18 00; 1 cars choice Timothy deliv
ered $21 50; 2 ears choice Timothy deliv
ered $22 00; 2 cars choice mixed delivered
$10 00(5 20 00.
The market Is quiet and prices steady
and firm. Tho demand has been mod
erately active during the week, sufllclent
to carry off all receipts. Sales were 2 cars
No. 2 mixed, In sacks, delivered, Sic; 5
ears No. 2 mixed, hi bulk, on track, 73c;
cars rejected mixed, ou track, 70
Qi'lc; I cars No. 2 white, in bulk, on
track, 73c; 2 cars rejected white, in bulk,
on track, 71c; 0 cars No. 2 white nnd
mixed, In sacks, delivered, 60o; 0 ears ear
corn lu bulk, on track, LVSc; 1 car rejected
mixed, lu sacks delivered, "7Jc; 2 cars
No. 2 mixed, in sacks, delivered, 70c; 2
eirs No. 2 while, In sacks, dellvcmd, SOc;
4 cars No. 2 mixed, In sacks, delivered,
77(,7!e; 1 car No. 2 mixed, in sacks, de
Hecelpts are light, demand good und
prices linn at quotation. There Is no
surplus ou the market. Sales: 8 curs
white, lu sack-, tlcllr.eo.l, r,7e; 9. ears No.
2 mixed. In sacks, delivered, 05c; 5 ears
No. 2 mixed, lu sacks, delivered, C5c; 2
cars No. 2 mixed, In sacks, delivered, C5c.
There was some inquiry to-day for
choice meal, hut none ollerlng. We note
sales of 100 lbs S. 1). $3 C3 ; 100 lbs green
meal $3 .V).
Active and scarce, not enough comes
in to meet the demand. We note sales of
2 cars lu sacks delivered $19 00
The market Is overstocked with butter
of all kinds; prices have a tendency to
decline. We note sales of fi packages
choice Northern 28c; 10 packages choice
Northern 23 to 30c; -l packages choice
Southern Illinois 25c; 500 pounds choice
Northern 2S to 30c; 500 pounds choice
Southern Illinois 25c; S00 pounds choice
Northern roll 25(2$e; 15 buckets South
ern Illinois packed 21c; 20 buckets choice
Nofllll-lil j,.inlti mn..
The fewin market are held at 30c, with-
out buyers, Hecelpts would all llnd
ready sale at 2Sc, which Is as high as wo
can quote them. Sales were 500 dozen
28c; 700 dozen 2$a30c.
The market I easy, very little doing.
We note sales of 1 car load at 7c; 25 heads
Mixed chicken, " " fact all kind",
are .bug in the market. Sales were 3
coops choice hens, $2 35 ; 2 coops mixed,
$1 50; 15 dozen dressed, $2 00(2,2 25; 25
dozen live, $1 50 to 2 00.
Plenty and dull ; very Utile Inquiry.
Sales were 2 coops, $0 00 lo !) 00; I coops
choice, $0 00; 300 lbs dressed, 7(Xe; 17
dozen live, !l 00(r,10 00.
The demand for choice Is steady and
fair. Sales 100 hbls choice, $3 50; 100 tibia
choice, $3 002;i 25; 100 hbls choice, $3 00
.M I , .'fill,'
Dull and plenty. Klghteen hbls sold
at $7 00.
Hecelpts have been small, and the de
mand the same, sales reported were J"
dozen rabbits 75el ou; OOilomi nibblis
75e.;50 dozen quails "Sc.; 13 deer -ic.
Quiet, plenty In market. Sales were 50
barrels choice reach Wow $3 00 ; 50 bar
rels choice Peach Wow $2 75.
Steady. Prices range according to
quality, $i 25 to 5 00. Sales : 30 barrels
choice $5 OOj 25 barrels yellow $175; 15
barrels red I 25.
The market Is quiet and easy. I'riccs
urn uuchani:cil. Wiw. iiuotu as
follows: dry salt clear sides, lOJc.
111c: drv salt clear rib sides
lOJetdrv salt hams, 1010Jo; dry salt
shoulders, 7 JP)7 jo; mess pork, $20 00
21 00 ; lani tijcynic
OA lift AO E.
Wo nolo sales ot 1,000 heard?; 0 to to 60.
Fresh oysters or anything else you
want at tbo Delmonlco Heitaurant, open
day and nlgbt.
-o lo SproatV 135 Ohio Levee, and
get your oysters by tho hundred or can
fresh erery morning. 12-4-tl
" ' ovne'i orsteri denot and restaurant.
Oratera In ilm .imii .. 1.
- t.ii, nenu everj
day, at Vhll Satip's old stand, between
Sixth and Sevctitn itrcoti, Cairo, Illinois.
A gooilaMortmcnto'nllk ndiofheatlnir
stove, wirranlcd sound and perfect, and
not hijure.l by the lato lire, very cheap of
T. .1 KEliTll'd. to.tft.1r14
... . dd-. VAV-
It you want fresh oysters without nay
Ingfortho can and transportation, goto
aproav's, no Ohio Letee, and get. them by
u tau run, freh very morning. 12-4-t
-aviDKBitenttpmy old stand on the
ukn Kebl ft llro'a shop, on
Kighth street, l iha.ll be prepared to iuo
ply tbo cltliena tt Cairo, with the beit
meats the market affords. Vleaso call and
,co mc- VlllL. llowAno.
Sproat, 135 Ohio Levee, la turnlshlng
oyitcrs In the light shape. Famlllea can
bo supplied In any quantity fresh eTcry
At "Our Saloon," Eighth atrett, be
tween Commercial avenue and Ohio leveo
the hungry may And all kinds of edibles
herring, sausage, cheese, Ac., and tha
thirsty the finest of wines and liquor,! reih
lagor beer, and tho best brands of cigars.
Altintive bar-keepers are always on hand ;
and the lunch set dally, at ten o'clo:k, Sun
days Included, Is as fine as any In the city
Get your oysters nt tho Dslmontco.
Joe Honeker Is now in full control of
the Washington bakery, and having- learn
ed the wants of the public, Is prepared to
supply on call all demands for French loaf,
Baston, Ilrown and Graham bread, and
everything else ordinarily fettnd In a first-
la" bakery. Ho malntalnes a full stock of
confectioneries, and can, as well as any
other dealer in the city, fill all orders In
Sugar kottlca, ovtns, skillets and lids.
pumps, grain and grass scythes, wire cloth,
grates, stove pipe, elbows and a large vari
ety ol other goods saved from the late fire,
Is now being sold at 25 to 71 per cent below
cost at T. J. KkuthV. Gl-12-lC-10t
Cakes hiked, frosted or ornamented on
short notice. Special attention given to
Ihe orders of wedding or picnic parties,
The be st oysters at tho Dolmonico lies-
Ncwiy-attcJ, finely furnished barber
shop by George Slelnhousc, corner Com
mercial avenue and Kighth street. Years
of pract ce have given him n light hand
that m kes a smooth shave delightful, Alt
who try hltn once will call again. All tho
late daCy papers are kept on his table for
the benefit of hll customers, and there Is
no cdious waiting lor turns. tf
If you want a gaod cul or wood cook
stove for bcl'jw cost, oil at T. J. K mint's.
t'ulro Tmnarrr I'.te valor.
Storage capacity K&.OOO bushels. Trans
ferring capacity 15,000 bushels per hour.
Grata stored nnd transferred to barges,
boat" and ea s to New Orleans and all
RATES Or STORAGE.
Sound grain, lie. per bushel, llrst ten
days or part thereof, and c. each add
ttonat ten days, or part thereof.
Unsound grain, 2 j. per bushel first Ave
days or part thereof, and ic. each addi
tional live days or part thereof.
llsccing grain nnd tying bags Ic. per
bushel, llagglng grain and sewing bags lc.
per runnel. J. .t K, JIucki.iUii.im.
C.iiito, III., Dec 1, 187-1.
CS-1 2-1 7-L
Vest quality silver-plated ware less than
cost at Parsons, Davis .V Co's, Tenth stroct.
Cutlery at half cost at private sale, at
Varsons, Davis .t Co's, Tenth street.
Oo to Winteks's (I AiLEiiv and see Ida
specimens ol photographic art. Half an
hour can bo spent very pleasantly In view
ing some ol the well-known faces of our citi
zens, Mr. W. has ou hand a largo stock ot
now aud elegant frames, suitable for hol
ViioTOUnAi'iis made only upon Fridays
and Saturdays, excepting by special ap
pointment. Gallery open every evening
A Urnml r.iilerlAlumeiit.
Two pleasant entertainments will be
given by tho young ladies of Loretto Acad
omy ou tlio evenings of
AT TIIK ACAIIKMV.
On tlic ovcnlng of the 21st will bo pre
sented a Cantata, suitable to the season.
Ou the evening of the 22d will bo pre
sented a drnm.i entitled
The celebrated "Mrs. Caudle" will lec
tliro both nights, and some essays by the
pupils will add to tho entcrtilnmonts.
Music, Instrumental, on pianos and gui
tars, nnd vocal, will form a prominent fea
ture n each night's entertainment.
Admission each night, 25 cents.
Vuns Irish whisky punch, applo and
honey, peach and honey, Tom and Jerry,
Impoitcd ale and porter and tho llneit
wines lu any market, at the Crystal laloou,
corner of Sixth and Commercial avo.
attrnyed or Moleu.
On lat Friday, a strawberry colortdcow,
3 years old. A reward of fa will be paid to
any uno who can give Information that will
lead to hr recovery Victjcii Saw.
Tho gun of Hud lloyd, will be rallied for,
at tbe old Delmonlco saloon, Saturday
evening. Thirty chance s at f'.! dollars each.
This is considered the best double-barrel
shot-gun lu Southern Illinois.
Lumber Mill (lolnic Mown.
As we are determined to close out our
stock spcodlly, preparatory to winding up
buduess, we will sell all kinds ot lumber at
two dollars per thousand less than market
prices. A large tot of lalh aud itovo wood
on hand, which will bi sold at correspond
lngly low rates. V, au, 4 L.NT.
Cut Alt aud most fragrant Haranas for 10
cents, at the Crystal saloon, cornerof Slxttt
and Commercial avenue. 12-Stf
HiitoAiNS lu boots and shoes, at Klllott t
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