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AN(!AL(IN IX1DOK. KOt XI.
Knlgtita of I'ythlaa, Meet every Frl
lUrofcbtitf U)f.pMt.Trn, In Odd
.100.1 II. OlIKHLr.
Ai.i:Attir.u i.OiKiK N.m
Indenendrnl unlrr of (hlil.Frl.
plows, lureta every Thursday iilghl
at half-imat Helen. In their Vinll on
; ornmcrclal avenue, lielwerii Hlsth nnd Heenl
iireeta. r, a. nr-vr, . w
-lAtllfl KVCAMPJIUMT. I f). (I. I'.. inie
KJln Odd-fellow a Hall m tin- llrat and third
lMeaday or every month, nt liir-pM erven.
Jmix II, Itomssox, C 1
A CAIUO IJiDlir. XO iT7.A I' A M
s lloLI rrirtltar finiiliutnlratlnti In Ma'
iV sonlo Half, corner Commerelal aieniie
' 'and Klghth street, on the oimi nun
fourth Monday of e.irh month.
yCAIRO CITY BINDERY,
3". 0. XXT7X1X,
BINDER AM) BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Building, Cornor Twelfth Street
avud Washington Avsnuo,
S3Counly nl Kallroad Work a specialty
fa hereby given that default having been nude
ror more than alsty days In the payment of a
portion or Hit amount titiiml I'll paid by a
rerUIn Mortgage ereuted by Wrn. ISiaalu to
Itaniurl SJIaate Tu
Taylor anil Edwin rorsone, True.
n of tlw- Cairo City l'rorly, dated May lllli.
jew, reeomeu in me iiecorui-re uiw-, in ami
lor Aleiander county, In Uir Suite or lllinola, In
Hook ' l"' of dreda, idge 101, we, theundrr
aimed, aald Truatti. will, on J-aturday. the
kth day of January ne xt, A I) 173, at 10
o'eloek lu tht forenoon of that ilay , under ami by
virtus of the power of aale contained In aald
Mortgage, Ml), at public auction, to the hlglieat
bidder, for raah, at the offlee l.ulMIn of xulit
TruatrM, corner of Washington aienue and
KlehtM-nth atrial, In cam city or Cairo, la Alex-
nilrrritlnlr an1 Klatrof lllinola. all IWe rlftlt.
till and laterrat f aald Wni I aln ot bis sa
alKna, In and tn lot numbered 3 (lhlrt)-two) in
blnek uurabrred 21 (twenty-one) In the fourth
Addition loaalil rlty of (aim, according ( the
reeopiel plal Men-ill, Willi me aiiii'iririiancea.
to latlafy the purpoael and condition of said
Mortgafff I. TAA'IHTAYMMt, '
Truatf4 of the Cairo City I'twrtr.
Dalwl Cairo, III , l U l"U, )-lS-ld
la herrby nirto that default liavlnx W( made
for more than alxtydaya In tb jatypientnf a
ortion of the amount reuunel to ! nlil hy a
errubin snnngnKt exwuieu uy iiiiieera. i loir
to !aniurl Mlatta Taylor
Truua of tlc Calm City I'roKrty, datnl Marrli
30th, lTt, nrontwl In the Iteronlrr'a ortlca, an
and for Aletamler county, In the f tale of f 1 1 1
hola, In Honk "" of Urrda, iaee5l7, we, the
nnderairnMl, aald Trustee, will, on Saturday,
the tthilayiif January nett, A I) 1x71, at 10
o'eloek In Die fnrenoon or that Hay. uiMler anil
hytlrUieof Uiepovierof aale rnntalnnl In rati
Mortage, aell, at I1itll- Aurll'in, lo the hlifheit
bidder, for eah, at Ih'utSre bulldlnic of aald
'iruiieeaL rorner or aninjrtnn Avenue ami
Klchteenth atrret, In aald ( ily of Cairo, In Alex-
anijrr roimtr and Mate or I llnola. all ther lirhl.
title and inlereat of aald Itelieera J Cloe or her
aealfna, In aoiltoloUnujnUrnll (ont),2(two),
a (Ihrve), 4 (four), & (Hvt).6(alil. 7 (wrrn), H
(alfht), 0 (nine), In Mock numbered M (elirhty
eiajht) In the r'irat ablltlon Ui the aald i Ily of
iro, acxonnnfr in ine rrmmm piai inereoi,
WU the ppurlenanrea, to ratlafy Die purpou-a
andooixllllon ofaabl Jlortpje
Tniateea of the t aim City I'rojjeriy,
jraini, aim, ail , I'eceuiMT mil, 19, a.
Ulmtby jlren thatdefault hatlnp Ixfn inale
for more thau altty dsya In the pa)mentof a
ortloirbf the amount ixeurfl tu If paid by a
rtaln Mortraeexerutet hy Henry DuiiLer
,n W.tim.l T.,ti. nul . f .l u I h I ...
Tniateea or Ihr Cairo Ity 1'rni.ertr, dated
Autnat tith, ltaj, rerorded In tin- lteconler'a
Offlce, In and for Alexand'r county. In the
Mtateoflllloola, In Urok '-afcr M. tiaer
II w., tin, l,r.lam;, -WJ.I -i..;.!
will oa Saturday, the Tin iU of Jaiwary lint.
A 1). K) 'ea'ttiK-k In Uie roreniejn or that
day, under 3 tif lrtue of the imiaerofaale
contalnrl hfaavd Murtpue !!, at Public Aur
tlon, to the Lineal blitrr, for mall, at the of
tke bulldlnr auld Trualn-a. ritroer nf Wah
InRton Averrae anO Klghteenth atmt, III uld
lliyof KMro, In Alexander county and Mate of
llliooia, all Um) Haxlit. title and Intrrrat of aald
' Henry Dunker or hit aaalrna. In anil to lota
numbered J7 (eienteen) and 11 (elithli-m) in
block numbered xt (tnrnty-one) in the fourth
addition lo Mid rlty or Calm, armnlinf to the
recordl plat tliffeof, with Iheappurtenanrea, to
ratlary theiiurunekandroudllion of aald llorl
irage. H. hTAATajTA i I.OII,
Tniateea of the Cairo City rropertr
IKited, Cairo, III, I)eeeii)bT lllli, le7t.
la hereby ulten thatdetiah liatlntr len luad.
for more than 'llf ya In .the
payment of a irtioii' of- the amount
ecured to be nalil by a certain MortKaxe
rxmileil by William Fltiliatrlck to (-amurl
Maata Taylor ami Kilwln I'araoni. Tmatera of
the Cairo City Property, ilated j'ehnury'-ftlli.
IMS, rrconlnl ill the lleconler'a Ollire, In and'
ror Alexander rounty, In the Hlate of lllinola,
In Ikxik "1"' of deeda.pairt JO, ue,the llii'ti-r-aljrned,
aahl Truateen, will, on batunlay, the
nth day of January next, A. I. 1SJ, at 10
o'clock In the forenoon pf that ilay. under mid
by vlrtueof the power of aale rontalniil tn aald
Mortgajte, tell, at I'ulilln Alirtion, to the high
axt bidder for buh,jtt the of)lr liulldliiK of
laid Tniateea, rorner of tVaahlngtnn Avenue and
Llf hterntb Itreet, In uid City of Cairo. In Al
exander county and fchite of lllinola, all the
rifht, title and tnlrreat of aald YVillluiu I'ltz.
Patrick or Ida aaaiinia, In and to lot Humbert: t S
lllir). In block nuiiilaml I (one) in theN-cmd
Addition tn aaid city of Cairo, acmrdinz to the
recorded nlat thereof, with the aimurtrnanrri.
purioe nni romuuou or nam
Tniateea of the Cairo ( ily I'rojierty,
Daleil, Cairo, 111 , llwemlnr lllli, li)7.
li hereby plven that default haylnjr been made
ror Inore than alxty days In the payment of a
portion of the amount recurcd to be tiald hy
certain Mortiraae executed by Thuniaa O'llarato
riamuel Ktoata Taylor and Kdwln l'araoua, Tnia
teea of the Cairo City l'rujtrty.iluted (irlolr
llth, 1!64. reconlcil in the Jtcronler'a Orilre, In
and for Alexander county. In the ."tatc of 111
noil. In bookvf!'.! ojdecda, par !!), etc, we,
the underilgnoj, fald"TruitM, will on Satur
day, the Oth day of January next, A I). l73,ut
II) o'clock In the forenoon nf that day, under and
bv virtue of Ihe power of aalc contained In mid
llortzaw, aril, at l'uhlli) Anctlon, to the high
eat bidder, ror caali, at the olllce building ul'aiild
'fniateea, corner or WnhlnKton Avenue uud
Klghteentli atrtvt, In mid CllV ol'Caiin, In Al
exander county and blate of lllinola, all the
rlKht, title and Intercalot' raid Thutnaa O'llara
or Ida aailirm.In mid to lot numliered 27 (twen
ty.aeven). In block numbered 4'l (forty-el ) In
the Flrat Addition to aald nliy of Cairo, accord
ing to the recorded pint thcieof, with the mm
pnrtenanrei, to aallmy the piirii)ea and condi
tion of aald Mortgage,
8. STAATS TAYI.Olt,
TrUateei of the Cairo City lYoierly.
Daleil, Cairo, III., )ecciulcr 14th, ItM.
11 hereby Riven that default having Wen nude
for more than alxty daya in the payment of u
IJth, lt-ot, reconlel In the llrrurdrr' Oftlce, In
aud for Alexander county, In tlw Kuileot llli
nola, In book "M"ofdecda, page ltd, etc., we,
the underalgned, aald Tniateea, will un Satur
day, thetHhdayofJauuury, M'xi' A " lNisut
10 o'clock in the forenoou nf that day, underund
by virtue ofthe power of aide conUilneil in aaid
jiongage, avu, an uuno .u. , ,u -eatbrdder,
for cash, nt the ofllcc building of
aaid Tnuteea, corner of Wiwhlngtmi Avenue und
Klghteenth atrtet, in aald City of Cairn, In Alex
ander county and State of lllinola, all the right,
title and lutercat of said Michael Sgott or lilaaa
Igui.inaml to loUnUumlHTtnl S (live) undo
(elx) In block numbered W (nlnetyrtwo) In the
yirat Addition to laid city or Cairo, jefonllni;
to the rvcoded plat thereof, with the Hiipurten
ancea, toaatiafy thepunioscM and condition of
aid ilortgogn: 8. lil'A ATrt TAYI.Olt,
Truiteea nf tho Cairo City I'rojierty.
rated, Cairo, 111 , December Utli, IH7I.
llo, for good bargains, nt A. Halley'i,
lie will tell at greatly reduced prices for
tho' next thirty dayi. Uo. 103 and 170
AYaihlugton avenue. 10-12-2-lm
iVyou want fine liquors, go to tho Crys
tal aloon, cornor ol Sixth uJ Couimerclal
portion or the amount tecureii nine iiuia oy a
certain Mortgage executul by Michael rigott to
Hamuel Staatii Taylor and IMwin 1'iiranna, T riu
iui ,.rih. i:rlr I'liv Pmoprtr. iljlel October
HOYVIiata only CiOcwrtyat Klllottit IIajr
Kftili Ilaltlinor oyter;rcc!lTed Uallr
n'lold hy I'hll."n.i8iup. 600-ll.J0.tf
flew I.nmber Trtnl,
Ctins l.ancaler nnd Newton Itlcc, (lal
with Wltcra).l6tli troll known to our cll(.
zona, and to rlrer men goneralljr, have (I
tabliahed a lumber yard In Cairo, carter ol
Mxtecntb alreet and C'ommerrlnl avenue
Thfy will keep every denrljitlon ol build
ln tualorlal and alcainboat lumber. iloof
tam, Mimia, inottldlnira, nlilnelc,laUi. ctj,
etc., and are lidleriiitogil to well lower that
lumber bat ever been Mild In Cairo, Tbov
follclt a fair trial from Mearnhoat men and
bu'ldorf, and Rinrautcc anllaaetlou In all
oymii:un i o YNTt:its 1 1
Siroat, OMo Uvce, la rceeivliiK Now
Orlcana ojilera every mornlni In bulk, llo
I making hla own cam ond packing bli
own oyiter, thereby avoldln llio cxorb!
taut chariot for trannportaliun, and l ena
bled to furnlih a better artlclo at a leu
price than any oilier dealer. 1'atronlze a
home Inititiitlon, and h'enetlt jouritlr.
18 12-4-tf .
Hooina to Hrnf.
Klght room to rent on Third Ktreut be
tween Wathlotfton and Commercial are-
nuea. Apply to William Melialelor at
' Jo'lnf Dlartmalnn,
pn the merlu nl tUo lllbte, between I'. V.
Underwcod, of llpiton, M.im.. and I'rof.
A. llurK, ol tWNortliweitern Clnla-
tlao Unlveralty, nt Indlannpolli, Intl., at
the Athenium, Cairo, 111 , commencing
Doccniber it, IS74, and, rontltiulns four or
more nlxhta. .
1. !loolved, ThatMHiTB1blc U lilatorl-
cjlly untrue. '' t
3. Jtowlrcd. That the Ulblc la Rclcntlll-
3. JUiolvcd, That the Illble teachta bad
and corrupt tnoraU.
Admldon, 55 cenlij renerred teati, SO
ccnu. Tlcketa lor talc at the I('okatorc.
Itobblni' mmlc itorc, Uudar'i Jewelry
tore and Schuh'a dru itore. Ili'terved
fealj may he procured at D. IlaitmatiV,
10 lb aujrar for $1, at WllcoxV.
3 IIh hutlir for $1, nt Vllros'.
I lbs colkv for $1, nt Wlh-ox'n.
I'otHwn Wj rx-iiU ivr htihliel, nt Wil
Mr. V. Filztferald haa Just received and
hai on aale at hla ailei room, a large itotk
of Knsllih ale, porter, llcnneaay brandy
nd wlovt, and llquon ol all kinds, which
he will dirpoic of at reasonable prices.
T.unrh i:ry Dny.
Oeorgc Ijittnarcornerol Fourteenth and
aahlngton avenue, will furntih hereafter.
every il ty to hla patrona a No. 1 lunch, be
tween the hour ol ten and twelve o'clock.
rcfhMilwaukee beerand fragrant Ilaratia
clgan to be had at bUb.tr at all tlinci.
A VULI.IIno of IjoyV and youths' cap, at
lllott .t liaythorn'f.
AH Watchei. Clocki and Jewelrv. that
have been lelt with me for retialra.on which
the cnarei are unpaid, will bo tola day
'"'IciVL'lri llntaof Mr II. Itnnnl
on Waablngton a.t . ml ., ,hn ..
f thirty daya Irom this date beVottl tcrpayr
chargen. Herman AS'lLl.P.lt.
Caiuo, UN., December bth, 1S74.
Hovi, go and iec tho Storm King, at Kl-
HottA Ha) thorn'a.
1 wlih every pcraon Indebted to me to
call and letllelcforo the lat of January,
Is, S, ai I have concluded to carry on a
Ictly cah bulneii on and alter that
late. Itccttletrient ! not made oa rcritteat-
1 In tills notice, the amount due to mo
ill lis l ollctcd hy law.
Caiuo, Itu, Dec. 11, 1874. J
Kilty to letcnty-tlvo dolltre per month.
Agcntu wanted everywhere. Teachcrii,
ladlei, genta, etc., etc. No ctpilal or out
lay required. Send SO cents for cotitrc on
outat, lo 1). c. Welchman,
tl Irvln Station, Union Countv. Ohio.
l!r. WIntor U lmty palntlns oine largo
liortraita In oil. Wo are glad to aco the
people waking up to the appreciation of
truo genius. A tine photograph of the Itcv.
Mr. Thayer, on ejhlbillnn, la life lUelf.
1'luln aJiiratlou for IiiTnllda.
IIuvo the routine medicines of the profes
sion done you no good ? Arc you discour
aged and relscrablcl If io,tcit the proper
ties ol tho new vezctiblo Soclfie, Dr.
WALKKH'H CAhtfOUNIAN Vl.VKOAK lltT-
TKlts, already famoua asthe tlneat Invlgor-
nnt, corrective and alterillve thit linn ever
lecn the light. DNptpltcs and pcraona of
bilious habit ihouhl keep It within reach, If
thry vk'uo health and case.
TlIK llncht briuida of eigara hunt con-
bluntly at theCrydtuU.iloou, corncrof Sixth
flrectand Conimerclal avenue. 12-Titf
l-'or Hoot and Shoes ol any
style, quality or description go
to Win. Elliots on Twentieth
street, or at No. 8-1 Ohio Levee, He guar,
antoes to each purchaser tho ttock that he
selects, and manufactures boots at all prices
ranging from $3 00 to $15 00, Customer
troubled with corns or tender feet, are
guaranted an ca'y (It, as boots are fitted to
tho foot. In tho absenco of Mr. Elder, who
will superintend both shops, Pbll'lp llaugh
will have charge of the I.ovco ahop and ICd.
l'ltzgerau tho shop on Twentieth street.
Thanking his patrons for past favors ho so
licits a continuance of tho same,
(lood slnglo rooms on tho upper floor at
tho Saint Charles can bo had, with board,
at the very low rata of 930 per month. Two
largo faintly- rooms, fronting on the Ohio
river, can bo secured at 90 and $100 per
month. Those rooms are double and very
Mow Is your tltno. You can get better
bargains than were ever o lie red before In
th line ot stoves, tinware and houecfur
ntihlng goods, at A, Halley's, No. 103 and
170 Washington av9. 10-3-12-Iin
.1.1 ... ... .....u. .u. ...
The bariraln lias been carriel out,""!!-.
Clement Inn luul Mr. 31clTcalg ren
polntiil potin:itcr, and the appointment
ha. Ih-cii conllrmcu by the Senate. The
Colonel U clever, and we therefore tako
him to our heart and congratulate ulm
Card of Thank.
Mb. Kditob: The ladles of the Pre-.
byterinti church dcilrc through your pn-
per to return their sincere thnnka to
ilcifrs. Grven nml Olllort for the ln-c use
of their building for tho iV.Mlvnl; to .Mr,
Peter C'tihl for n barrel of ilotir tlnuatcd,
and to Mr. II. P. llhikc for ga llxtun.a.
tluodNHt l'lllillr Vrllitile,
II. II. Illack will, the latter part of thU
wwk, retT'lvo a roiialgiiiiient of good
from abroad, which, In Informs tie, ho
will endeavor to illpo! ofnt. public ven
due. The slock ill rotnlst ofilryjroodii.
clolliliiff, fiirnMilnL'uofMli.etc. Partlcu-
Inrtioth c will K-ghi nof sale In due time,
The full term of our public nchooln will
cloie on Wednesday, the '.'3rd Inst.
(laiwe, In nich braticbca; of the Higli
Hehool eotirMj u have been roinplcted
during tho term, will Ik; examined on
Tiifcihiy alleruoou and Wednthy fore
noon, Th'tMitunl weekly rhetorical exer-
eUen will take plate NVednetday at '1
o'eloek p.tH, The pttbll" are Invited to
-Mra. 31. J. Carson wlihes to inform her
ctiHtoincra that lie Jim removed from lie-
weon Ninth and Tenth Ktre't.i on Com
mercial avenue, one block above, on
ommereial avenue, between Tenth antf
lleventli htm-ts, where will lie found n
good llnu of toy. and notion for the Iiol-
Iay. 7 1-12-1 7-Ct
Dr. Henry will deliver his great lec
ture to-night on "The (Jeneratlve Sys
tem," to men only. ThU Is a subject of
vat importance, and no one, married or
Ingle, should neglect to hear It. In
formation and Feereti vvHIJjc imparled
worth fir more than the price of admis
sion. The tonics to lie dlcii5&itl. will
cover a wide range, and will bjT'&jaatcd
fo as not to olleud the mot fastidious.
Admi'sion fiO couUt. - iu ,
I'onud- . (
Yesterday ancrnoon, a genticman,
while walking on Tenth treef,"nenT the
levea-, dUcovercd a bundle lying under
the sldewnlk,Vlilch, when examined by
him, M'M found to contain a pair of
to:kings oifo pair ol line linen napkins,
two line linen towel and several articles
of niidTWear. It Is minnow-d that they
were rtolen from some oue's clothes line,
and placed under the Fldewalk lor ate
i-epiiig. until the thief should conlilr-lr
safe to make line of them.
t 1'ollrp Court.
r-aii(u inuan ui-r-u .r-iwo-cnft
jtterday as,follovv :
John Murphy was arreted by Officer
Slieehan for drunkeriness.and was lined by
Ills Honor $2 and costs, which he could
not pay, nnd win M-nt to Jail for tlirco
Kd ward Ora "grots and James Ken-,
nedy, were nrn-sted by OlllCcr I.alluijfor
llglitlng. Tliey were fined $. and costs
aeh. ttrax-grots paid Ida fine, but Ken
nedy went to Jail for live days.
The I'reaby Icrlnn Feailvnl.
The I'alraild Festival held nt Klllott A
llnytliorn'.s old Hand, on Thursday even
ing last, under the direction of the Pres
byterian ladies, were of the most mag
nificent and sttccessfiil all'alr.s ecn In
,'alro for years. The crowd was hit-
meue. Itareaud rich fancy articles, in
great abundance, were temptingly dis
played In a beautifully decorated octagon
booth in the centre of the room, nnd they
all found buyers. The old fortune-teller's
tent, egg-shell tree, fruit and Ice cream
Rtands, and the old woman's bIghoe,fiill
I dolls, were all well patronized, as the
The supper wu.s one of the attractive
feature. of the evening. The hundreds
that partook of tint delicacies, know what
a supper it was. Too much credit can
not be given to the ladles who, acting as
committees, labored so faithfully in every
department. The barrel of flour so kind
ly donated hy Mr. 1'eter Cuhl, was sold
for $112 Tho gross receipts, when your
correspondent left, wero over S550.
Thanks, we say, to u generous public nnd
a noble band of skillful and fuithfiU
Conlldciirr (Inme. i
Coulldcneo men nre plenty at present
In Cairo, and they all seem to be doing a
pretty fair business, considering the dull
times. Yesterday morning it confidence
man, named Win. ItlehanUon, met n
young man by llio namo of Wm. Tracy,
and learning that hu had llfty dollars,
made It a point to strike up a conversation
with htm. Alter talking for some time,
Itichardoti hinted to Tracy that if he
had tlilrtv dollars In addition to five
which ho already had, he could make a
nice thing out of It, for ho knew just
where and how to go about It. Tracy
proposed to lend the money to lllchard
son, provided he should receive an equal
sharo of tho virotlts. Of course IUchard-
son did not want to use Mr. Tracy's
money without paying hint for It, and he
accepted the proposition of tholattergen-
tleman. When the money was sateiy
stowed away in Ids pocket, WcliardRon
hail occasion to "go and see a man,
telling Tracy that ho would return in an
hour. With this ho left, and has not
since been seen or heard of.
Robbed of 3SO.
Last Wednesday afternoon, a gentle
man from DuQuoin, named J. 31. Oil
more, came to this clty.and after strolling
about town for some tunewot to
IrJ. eitgaaW lodging and took Ills gunner.
After siiDfte?. not fcclfllir like slai-in? In
liU tomrSc tlojmed 'ii G coaf find list and,
wciat ojitfoa sliorUwaik, and h'turnln
feftcr'nnr 'ariU'in'iVoniin hnnK wont In
bis bed, iff. Ollttjoro liiad threelitmdrerl.
trKlJlfty el4irs In Id JtWdc coat pocket,
and ho wasohreful o kitatM the coat on
the back of ft chair close to the Jiead 6f
wio oeu, so inui no one counr move it
whoMtJhlslkiiowledgc; WMu every-
iilollxed to hlssntlsfacttoh he laid down
and was soon sleeping soundly, nor did
he awake until thu clerk hail spent sev
eral minutes in rolling Jdni from one
side of the lied to the other. Finally Jie
was thoroughly woke up, and had all his
clothes on except liU coat, when lie dis
covered that his money was gone. Slier-
id lrvln was Informed of flic matter, and
worked diligently nil day, In hoie of
gaining some clue to the thief, hut up to
the present writing nothing has been dis
covered that can In any way lead to the
discovery of tho thief.
Cloving, Nrrnra of n Churrli Fnlr nml
aaow AtlartlMllia a.iliorceu lier
The fair and fe.tlvnl held by Itlck's
congregation (colored) nt the church
Thursday night, were ended by a quar
rel wldclt was the cause of the carrying
out of . one, and finally the arret of
botli 'parties. A colored gentleman hy
the narlificf Lawson linker, bail eharge
of a toy statu, wldclt was tho principal
attraction of the evening. Tho crowd
around the table became so much ex
cited over the pretty things, that, Mr. Ma
ker was afraid they would tip
his table over, and asked them
to stand back, which they :dl
lid except Augttstlua Walker, n colored
lady somewhat on her muscle; she, in
stead of moving back, advanced a step or
two nearer. Mr. Uakcr, not relishing
the display of stubbornes on the part ol
Aligustlna, walked around and pushed
her back among the other bystander.
Augutlna was nrdn'ed, and with eyes
flashing. Indignation stamped on every
feature of her beautiful Countenance, she
went for Lnwson, who picked her up and
arrled her to the door, and diunix-d her
on the step. Hut Augiistina was Invinci
ble; she picked herself up, went
back Into the church to the stove,
got an Iron pokcr,and again made a break
for Lawson, but was caught before she
had time to strike him. Constable Glad-
ncy was then called In, and arrested both
parties, and yesterday morning they had
their trial, which ended in the discharge
of Lawson, and the fining of Augustina ;
she was unable to pay her line, and was
sent to the lock-up for thirteen days. The
Weeping damcl dried her tears when one
of tier female friends told her that she
should not eel bad, that she would come
to see her, and bring her a piece of fresh
Fall continue to linger ln tlie lap
of Winter. Yesterday was, as pleasant as
day In Octolier.
Dan. Hartman Is "after the boys.''
He proposes to sell lijjday presents In
Winter, the artist, has a new ttrle of
ictrire. It will gVu a perfect likeness
and yet make .the lincJIcs.t iron In the
II. II. lllaek will sell d,ry-goo.U, nhd
) forth, at auction, .without reserve,
ouls II. Jleyers will do the knock
ing off In a room in the Perry house.
Edward English, of ,foneboro, has
been awarded the contract of the wood
work on the Cairo and St. Louis railroad
for this divlMon. Ho says the .Toncsboro
3Ir. Saflord, cashier of the City Na
tional bank of this city, by a notice puli-
shed in The Sim, announces a meeting
of the stockholders of that institution on
the 12th of January next. The meeting
Is for the.purpo-e of electing directors.
The Joucsboro Atitertiier says "the
contractors or tt.o Cairo and St. Louis
railroad now say that thcj win try aim 1
ave the track all laid by the loth of
aniiary. This will give thein about
twcnty-nlno day In which to lay about
that many miles, but one thing is sure,
they will have to do more work than they
have beeu doing." True, noble Duke!
Houpt's card says that Illinois Cen
tral railroad time Is 0 minutes fast; Cairo
&VlneenneS railroad tluioC minutes fast;
Chicago, St. Louts & New Orleans rail
road time 1 minutes slow; Cairo, Arkan
sas & Texas-'railroad time 5 minutes
low; Cairo and St. Louis railroad time 0
minutes slow. This little item ol im
portance should be kept In mluil by peo
ple Intending to take railroad journeys
from the city.
Messrs. Drips, Alsthorpo, Dugan,
Whitlock, Foster and Phlllls, young gen
tleman, lato members of tho" Thallan
club, resigned their membership in the
club lccauo It refused to adjourn the
Phantom Party in respect for tho mem
ory of I). II. Carter, who was buried
yesterday. These gentlemen published
a card In TVie Sun yesterday evening an
nouncing their resignation and stating
31 r. Louis Jorgenson has lieeu con
lined to his lied by sickness for ieveral
Cant. James Ilartlcson of New O rand
Chain, Pulaski county, was In tho city
Oneral E. D. Frost, general mana
ger of the -Mississippi Central railroad,
was at tho St. Charles yesterday.
W. L. Jeffers, proprietor of the new
hotel nt Dexter, 31 Issourl, was nt tho St.
3IIss I.tbbie Davy, of Joneshoro, H
visiting at the residence of Mr. Henry
Elliott, in this city.
Prof. Gonzalez and his wife, musi
cians of repute, are In tho city. They
will tako part In the entertainments ouue
Loretto Academy on next 3Iouday and
Xmm. Ham. Irvln, who luul her wntch
,stoe"ibS9me time ago, bad tho same re-
1 turnetl to lier b her
Vt--.i , ,. . ..
"ciiiicsuny, woo, inroitgii numerous
fluiulrlcs, learned that the watch hml
.ibuftd lis way lo the town of St. 3Iarvs.
Mr. F. I). Itexford lias returned tn
tills city from Chicago, with Ids f.unllv.
iuU has moved Into his Iioue on Seventh
, yfert. f Jailglilr, vim had one of his
fegi broken n few days ago ,y r;1iing f,if
of one of the skids at Ids father's ,
getting nlong finely.
Hon. )V'abon Webb lea Cairo last
night to pay n vWttolils daughter, 3Ila
Katie Webll, who is attending school at
-Mrs. T. T. Wright, of 3tcmphl, who
has lieen visiting lier daughter, 3Irs. W.
T. Ilalllday, or tills city, for tlie pat few
weeks, leaves for her home to-day.
Captain A.. I. Hraiuh, superintend
ent of the large coal fleet which Is on" Its
way from Mlddleport, Ohio, to New Or
leans, was slopping at the St. Charle
We regret to lenm that 3Ir. I'. II.
Pope intends to follow the example of
Mr. I). W. .Mann, and remove from Cairo
to Chicago. He will not. prohablv,
leave before spring, but when he does go
It will be Ihr "goon." The result nf the
November election had nothing to do
witu .Mr. rope s iicicnniuaitnu tn go
away from u. I ids we have been
ataiiredls the fact. I re has an opportuni
ty to make more money there than lie
can in Cairo, and lias not the? moral cour
age tn rise above tills consideration to en
Joy the pleasure of dwelling In the capital
of Kgypt and communing wlthii"
Tlie Jnrlea of the Juiiunry Tcrra-
.Vniurnur the Victim.
The Grand Jury Vtnirt for the January
term of the Alexander circuit court, Is as
The People of the State of lllinoil to the Sheriff
of Alexander County, (ililinso
You arc hereby commanded to sum
mon the following named persons, If
they shall bo found In your Countv, to
be and appear before the Circuit Court
of said County, at or before 1(1 o'clock
of the first day of the next regular term
thereof, to be held In the Court House
In the Cltv of Cairo. In said Countv, on
JIOXDAY. THE FOL'HTH DAY OF
JANl'AKY NEXT, to serve as GRAND
JURORS, to-witr II. F. TliUtlewood,
Henry Waldsmlth, W. II. Green, Jacob
Morlock, K. O. Pace, C. N. Hughes, C.
Hanny and James Law of South Cairo
Precinct; C. W. Henderson, C. 31. Os
terloh. II. S. Wllliarnon, James Gash,
J. T. Thomas. John Llmbcrt, Henry El
liott of North Cairo Precinct ; James 1111-
llugsly and A. J. Ilunch.of Clear Creek
j'recinct; Careen i. .viassey oi rvog i ooiu
Precinct: James I,. Sarkett of Hazle-
wood Precinct;- J. II. S. Hargis of Unity
Precinct : S. Marchlldon of Thebes Pre
cinct; Andrew Nare of Santa Fee Pre
cinct and Thomas Martaiu of Goose
Stconil nnd Third HVcAi. Tle Vtnirt
for traverse jury for first and second
and third weeks of the circuit court. Is at
Thel'eople of the State of lllinola to the Sheriff
oi Aiexanueruouniy, ajiurKTiau;
We command you to summon Henry
Wovmever. II. It. Noble nnd John W.
Irby, of Unity Precluct; John 3tcNultv,
Patricks Moekler. jv.v .'jiuiti, jliiii'uu
Mahonev, I. u. uimsoii, c;. i. .-evviauu,
avtliom oi &OUIU vairo x-recuici, irt
rVXiey. A. iur CKei; -tionn. aicr.weu,
IVininiii ir W.nlker. I!. llvnL 31. 11
WHuv. John IL Roblnson.Wltilam Elders.
J. B. riillllps and Thomas Porter of
North Cairo Precinct ; J. v i Hlleman,
RenJ. Dexter or liaziewoon rrccmct;
Green BUhop, Jesse Jackson and James
A. l'arker or uooso island rrecinct;
n. W. Portia nnd 1). 11. Iterrv of Dol'
Tooth Precinct; S. C. Pool, J. it. Willis,
J. 31. Dorton and J. G. Howled orThebes
l'reclnct: J. R. Price and M. V. R.
Sweeney of Clear Creek Precinct; If they
snail lie inuuu in sam county,, person
ally to liend appear a before tho Circuit
Court In and lor said County on 3IOX
DAY THE ELEVENTH DAY OF JAN
UARY, A. DIS".1;; Iielng tho second
Monday of thiMiext regular term of said
court ; to be begun and holden at the
Court house In the City of Cairo in the
County of Alexander and State of Illi
nois, on 3Ionday. the Fourth day of Jan
uary. A. 1., 1876; to servo jis TRAV
ERSE JURORS for aud during theSec-
OllU uita 'a'l.a-a nt it,l (vitirt
Fourth and Fifth UVcXj. The r.i,v
for the fourth and tilth weeks, Is as
The People of the 9tAte of Illinois t the Sheriff
oi .viexaimer uouniy uiuii.iu,
Wn. command vou to summon Henry
Whltakcr and Zacliariah McDanlcl. of
Hazlewood Precinct; E. W. Green, 31. J.
Uucklcy, E. A. Htirnett, Harry Hughes,
Thomas Whiter. H. 31. Htilen, William
Alba, Nicholas MontzaudIL F. Good
year, of South Cairo Precinct; D.J. Gal
llghan, George Christ man, John C. Willie,
William Lonergan, Thomas lloyle, Geo.
E. Olmstead, A. I). Graham and W.
D. Parrot, of North Cairo Precinct;
William WnL'ner. Geortre Twlman and
John H. Hrown, of Unify Precinct;
William Tomllu and lslimaei innings,
of Goose Island -Precinct; William R.
Lane, of Dog Tooth Product; iii,
Hrown, Cyrillii Marchlldon nnd Charles
Waterman, of Thebes Precinct; Samuel
II. 31asterson, Ell Douglass, A. J. Loles,
John R. Frazler, William O. Sanders,
William' R. Kendall and Henry darvls.
of Clear Creek Precinct; if they shall
i... c.,.wi t c.iid Countv. ner.sonally to be
and appear before tho Circuit Court In
a, "of said County, on MONDAY, the
T WENT Y-F I FT 1 1 DAY -OF JANU-
i?v a n.. 1R7.Y liehiL' the fourth 31011-
day of the next regular term of said Court,
to be lieguu and holden at the t.ouit
House, In tho City of Cairo, In t liecouuiy
of Alexander and State ot Illinois, on
3londay, the Fourth day of dauuary.
. 10T1. ti enrt'n oa TI!A l-.Ital.
JURORS for and during the Fourth and
Filth weeks ol sam court.
Daniel Harlinan Invites tho attention
of the public to the Iniineuso assortment
of new, beautiful, usetMl anil oriinmentai
goods that will In a f.tw days be dis
played at his store, eomprWiig beautllul
Cldn tea sets, handsome cologne or toilet
sets, Holiciiilan vasti Jewel boxes, dolls
of nil sizes and prices. Comer Sixth
street nnd Commercial avenue.
KioiiT-year old Rourbou, 'only at the
rvvktil asloon. coitur ofSlxlh and Com-
CllnAf. White (Iranlto and other tablo
waro at Parson', Dvis t Co's, Tenth
ah. kinds of mtxcildrliiks inado with
and most uucious io um av
tho Crystal saloon, corner of Comuiorcla!
avenue aud Sixth street. 5 tf
Steamer Jim FIsk, l'aducah.
" i P. Clrncey, Evansvlllc.
" Liberty No. I, St. Louis.
' Utah, St. Louis.
" Alex. Swift, St. Louis.
" Colorado, St. Louis.
" City Chester, St. Louis.
" Clin. Iirown, St. Lottl.
( Lady I, St. LotiN.
' y. Garrett. Cincinnati.
St. Joseph, Mn,n,,hu.
" Ron Accord, Olilo in,.,
" Come nnd Sec 31e, Oldo rlvei,
" West Wind, Mound City,
Steamer Jim Flk, Pnducah.
" F. P. Graeey, Hvansvllle.
Relle Shreveport, N. O.
" Utah, Memphis.
" Wet Wind, South.
lttVr.lt. WlIATIlm ANIl ntSINf'.4S.
The river Is stationary again nt Gfeet
eim in incnes on tlie gauge.
The weather was clear and cold yes
terday, with wind from the north.
llii'lness looking up in rher circles,
Tlie river to St. Louis Is In n fearful con
dition, scant 4 rect 0 Indies water report
ed in the chnanel, and changing continually.
Wxn Dr.rr. Hrrn ltronT, 1
December 18. 1874. f
p I A bos n J ,..,.
rt. In. Ft. inch.
I'ittabtirg il nl xo 7
Cinclmutl v o I 0 A
IUllav lllc o ft I AO 1
NaibvlIIc a II o 1
St. Lotus I 4 4 ! xO 2 '
Toya ami Nneetmcnlx. "
'J he Toy and Sweetmeat King has been
a Utile behind hand In making bis appear-
ancotbls seison, but 1 now Intorm tuo lit
tle folks and tho public generally that I
have the largest stock ever brought to1
,'alro, and am selling at prices that cannot
be duplicated In any city In this country.
Toys will sell way dos-n, W per cent,
loivcr than lat y ar. Remember I hare
not ray ttock In tho window, but hare a
room 20 feet by 20 entirely covered with
them; also my stock ol Candi.s. 1 baro
over ten thousand pounds ot Candles
shipped to mo from the cast, such as never
was In Cairo b'forc tine mixed sslllng at
twenty-five cents per pound. Itsmember
these arc good and pure Candles, tu Jaw
breaking, hard Candles called "home
made " 1 also havo over four hundred
pounds of Kfcts and three layers of Dates
and Almond', and Oranges at prices that
dely competition. Remember this N no
idle talk, but a fact. Call and exumtae for
yourself. Put!.. Saup.
Corner Eighth St. and Washington Ave.
OrrtcisTor -nra Cairo anii St Loria ItAlLnOAU
ConrASY, Caiuo, III. , Iieccmbcr 12, 1874.
A meeting of the directors of this com
pany will be held on Tuesday, the 22nd
Inst., at 11 o'clock a. m., at the station
hotitn on the depot ground of the com
pany, In the elly of East St. Louis, U-
" ' S St.ath Tayloii,
Hednced prices!. Clotltlng, Hats, Cniw,
Hoots ifc'fltbeS, at IIahtmans.
- - , "a.
Two or three tiootmakora can find em
ployment by npplyhig at . " r
M2-13-ti' Wji. Em'.r.ns.
Tho largest assortment of Christmas
goods ever brought to Cairo, will lie tlb
played on Monday, Deccmlier 7th, at
Thlstl'wood & Co,, havo finished their
large elevator at corner of twenty-second
and Ohio Lcveo, and moved into it from
their old store, tho first of this week. They
will havo nil their elevating rnaclilntry
steim-powcr etc., complete In a few dsys,
and v 1 1 bo prepared to store and take caro
-' 'heir consignments with much moro con
vcnlcnco aim satistiction man etvi-nrture,
as their storage room Is ample to meet all
demands ttmt can possibly no made upon
Dvwn, down tlioy come the prices of
atoves and tinware nt A, Ilnllcy's, No. IU8
and 170 Washington avenue, lC12lra
rqu s ai.k.
Tow-Boat For Sale
THH SubaeWlrer offera for aale the Steam
Tilug btem-Wheel limit. Ike llammllt.
with engines, machinery, laeklra, nimrel uud
liirnltaro na he now llej at Cairo. Ilia.
Her length la 11.' feet, her breudth 21 feet, her
leplliA fret and lueiMiirea i(7ll tona. She h.ia S
bollei-a 21 reet longiind SI Inchea diameter, -' high
prvtaureengliieiwitheyllnilers 171, Inchea in
lUmeterandDreetatokei 2 feed pump 4M In
:lua In diameter nnd 17 Inchea alrokc and all
modem linproemenla,and la In every respect
staunch, in worthy, nnd In good condition tor
imlgalloK. For term "I'l'll Tayio,
C'Atno, Ills.. Novembcr.1, 171. ' tuo-H-iW-lf.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Vory Closo.
Cornor 10th St. and Commarclal Av.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
if 33 Jmtut V i If J. u..llAI il ISfl
r.uuii ltk,.l aaana. Tm.liaal
PMataws SirruM Cu, 111 IVHaiay, Waw Tiis
-Fresh oysters or anything elio you
want at the Delraonlco Reitaurant, Open
day and ntght.
-flo lo Sproat's, 155 Ohio Levee, and
get your oysters brthe hundred nrea
Iresh every morning. 12-4-tt
oyno's oysters depot and restaurant.
Oysters In tho shell and can. freab v,rr
dy, at Phil Saup's old stand, between
Sixth and Scvcctn streets, Cairo, lllinola.
A ROOiiassortracnto'a k ndaofheallnie
stovea wsrran'ed aottnd and perfect, and
not Injure I by tho lato Mrc, very cheap of
T. J Kkhtii's. 12-lt-lOt
li you want lreh oyitcrs without Day
Ingforthe can and transportation, goto
ar-rnavr., titno Ireo, and get tham by
tho pall full, ttcau every morning. 10-4-t
-naving g1Ven up ny old stand on tho
levee and taken Kcohlcr & llro'a shop, on
Klghth streot, 1 shall be prepared to sup
piy tuo cuiaens c i Cairo, with the best
meats the market affords. Vlcose eall and
see me. 1'iUL. IIowAttn.
Sproat, lSft Ohio Levee, Is lurnlahlna:
oysters In the light shape. Famlllrw can
ho supplied In any cmantlty fresh every
At "Our Saloon," Eighth street, be
tween Commercial avenue and Ohio leveo
the hungry my find all kinds of edibles
herring, sausage, ehceac, ,c., and tho
thirsty the finest of wines and liquors,! reh
lager beer, and the best brands of cigars.
Attentive bar-keepers are always on hand ;
and the lunch sat dally, at ten o'do:k, Bun
days Included, Is as fine as any In the city
Get your oysters at the Delmomco.
Joo Roneker Is now in full control of
tbo Washington bakery, and havlnir learn
ed tho wants of the public, Is prepared to
supply on call all demands fur French loaf,
Deitoi, lirown nnd Graham bread, and
everything clso ordinarily eund In lrt-
olass bakery. Ho iuafdta(t)f afiill stock of
confectioneries, and can, as .well as any
other dealer In tho city, Dll'' all orders In
Sugar kettles, ovens, skillets and lids,
pumps, grain and grass scythes, wlro cloth.
grater, stovo pipe, albows and a largo vari
ety ol other goods saved from Ilia lata Ore,
Is now being sold at 2!t to 76 per cent below
cost at T. J. Kr.UTn'n. 01-12-10-101
Cakes baked, fronted or ornamented on
ihort notice. Special attention given to v
the orders ol wedding or picnic parties,
The beat oysters at the Delmontco Res
Newly-Sited, finely furnished barber
shop by tlcorge Stcluliousc, corner Com
mercial uremic and Klghth street. Years
t pract cc have given him a light hand
that m ,kes a smooth shavo dcllghttul. All
who try hlui once will call again. All tho
late dal'y papers arc kept on his tablo for
the benefit ol his customers, end there Is
no odious walling lor turns. tf
If you want a good cal or wood cook
stove for IicIjw cost, call at T. J. Kkhtii's.
I'nlm Tnuialer r.levnlor.
Storage capacity J iVi.OOO bushels. Trans
ferring rapacity 13,000 bushels per hour.
Grain atored ami transferred to barges,
boats and ca-s to New Orleans and all
KATES OF STOUAOK.
Sound grain, lie per buancl, tint ten
days or part thereof, aud ic. each addi
tional ten days, or part thereof.
Unsound grain, 23. per buvbel first flvo
days or part thereof, and ic. each addl
Rigging grain and tying bags ic. per
bushel. Baa-irhu; irraln and sewiear haa in.
pernushcl. J. JS. JiucKtaaitAM.
Cairo, Ills., Dec. 1, 1874.
Dkst quality sUver-plated ware less than
cost at Parsons, Davis .t Co's, Tenth street.
QUTLxriY at half cost at prlvato sale, at
Parsons, Davis A Co's, Tenth street.
Go to Wiktkrs's Uallkhy and see hla
specimens ot photographic art. Half an
hour can be spent very pleasantly In view
ing some of the well-known facta of our citi
zens. Mr. W. baa on hand a largo stock of
now and elegant frames, suitable for .hol
PuoToartAi'iia made only upon Fridays
and baturdays, excepting by special ap
pointment. Gallery open every evening
A (J ran d Kittertadurueiit.
Two pleasant entertslnments will be
given by the young ladles of Loretto Acad
oniy on tho evenings of .
"fri'iubcraial and Offal, IN74,
AT TUB ACAPBAir."
On the evening of tho 21st will bo pre
sented n Cantati, suitable to tho season.
On tho evening of tho 22d will bo pre
sented u drama entitled
Tbo celebrated "Mrs. Caudle" wl llec
tttro both night, and somo esaays by the
pupils will add to tlio cut- rtilnmenl.
31ualc, Instriimcctnl, on phiuos and gui
tars, mid vocal, will form n prominent lea
turn of each night's entertainment.
Ailml-slon each night, Soventa,
I't'itK Irlih whisky ptiucbT applu and
honey, peach and honey, TontaniKierry,
Impoited nlo and porter antUoJntnit
wines lu any market, at the Crystal saloon,
corner of Sixth and Commercial avo.
Nlriiyed fir Nlolen.
On lurt Friday, astrawberry colored cow,
3 years old. A reward of (ft will bo paid to
any nno who can give lufarinUlou that will
lead to her recovery. Pktkii Saw.
Tlio gun of Uud Iioyd, will be raflled for,
at the old Delraonlco saloon, Saturday
evening. Thirty chances at (2 dollars each.
This Is considered the best double-barrel
shot-gun lu Southern Illinois.
Lumber Still tloliiK Down.
As wo are dotermlnod to closo out our
stock speedily, preparatory to winding up
business, we will sell all kinds ot lumber at
two dollars per thousand' less than market
prices. A large lot of lath and r love wood
on hand, which will be sold at correspond
ingly low rates. Wall & knt.
Clear and most fragrant llavanaa for 10
cents, at tho Crystal saloon, cornero! Sixth
and Commercial avenue. 12-Mf
Hahoains Inbooti and rhoif, at Elliott