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""""aJcawjx J.ODOE, no. si.
Knights of rylhuis.m'eU every Fib
day nliht at lialf.paat icten, In Odd.
Fellow lift 1 1.
.tnnx it. Onriti.r.
AIXXANDKIt l.ODUK SO. -ill.
Indcpendtnl order of Odd-Fil-
r7 7-igii miviiTii rj iioir-.ui iiirn.
'Slrt'N-- tlialrlitfren. In their li.nll ot
omniert-lal ntcinif , brtnmi Mvlh hip I Seicnlli
tl IV 'I, V a. Kkst, S O
CAIIIO KSf AMI'MKS'Ti I n O. F , meet
In Odd-Fellow Hall mi (lie ilr-l aii'l Ihlnt
1 ii. ,Ia) of ever) tnnntlii at h.tlr-Mt ac-.eu
John II. Ilohisaoi, I I
"A I AIIIO I.OIMK SO 417. A F A A M
HoM n-Kiilaj- communication In Ma
TtaTnonlr Hair corner Commercial aicnue
' and KlKhth atrei-t, on II -ond
fourth Monday of each month.
sr. o. ixxraaxis,
BINDER AND BLANK' BOOK
Bulletin DulMtntr. Corner Twelfth Street
and Washington Avenue.
ITJ-Couiilr and Uilrowl Work a specially
. , "
la hereby (lien that default ImIuk been nude
ror morn than alxty 'lr In the lajymenl ofa
portion of the amount aecuicd to I mld by a
i.rbun .MortirK eacruted l.r wm.
ramue Mai'lavlori.d Mw In 1 '""T''
t of the Cairo City rroierlv, dated ll,ni
lkS, lecordcdln the Iteconicr' '" " nd
lor Alesn lercunly, In the -tate or lllliiol. In
Hook I" f deed MXI' "i"""'''
alined, aaidlrualeea. 111 . ""'""ifJ .
Sftn ilay of Januiry nest, A l l. t 10
o clock In the forenoon of tint day , und' r and by
virtue of the power of lalc coiita ned In ld
Mortaye, acl , t I0.1lc miction, the tiUli'it
bidder for eh, pit the offlre bulldinir of nll
Iru.tica corner of Wa.hlntftou "ue and
Wyhteenth atteet. In eald rjtf..f "'.'
ander county and HUte of llllnoli, all the right,
rhtna, In and W lot numbered 31 ('.''"J'v"'; J2
bit numbered (twenty-one) In the , ourth
Addition to laid rity of Cairo, won In? If. the
resided plat thereof, with the W't"t
to aatllfy the piirpo'ea and eondltiou "M
llnrfirue K SI I 1 1 1.' Ill,
Truitee. or the Cairo ity i'r""VSt'i
Dated Cairo, III . Pec I 1 IMW-M
l.hertl-y tlen tlmt default lrtinz ln m; le
rurmoretlwn alxiyrtaya In the ijiyment of
portion r,t the amount eeji v to I e ld hy a
rum Mortwe eteeule.1 hr lteUrm .l Uo.e
to hunuel MJtu TaTlor an ! 1lwln I "ne,
Tru.te. of the ( lro City lVt'rty. Utl March
.nh, J--I, reennUl "ir.1!rttr, iaV11',n
. V.. .tA.h.i. ui.,tv. In the Mateof Illi-
.. i. Ilr..,k l of irel. lreM., we, the
rT-.i-..,.1 1 r,utH. will, on -aliinUv,
ik. ti.i da of JMury m t. A. H at 1
.. rl k in the freno.,n.ir that day.
lire.rtaecf thei-wernf Mle rontlnl In MM
l rtaie, .ell at I'ul.lk Aneilon. to the kljfle"t
I Ider txt-uh.H IheonVe tKilldlw: of M
Trnti.fi r ritrof U'hlnst Ateaiue and
title and ir.1eie.t of Mid llelrrai J lo.e or her
ui,in inan.lt-. lotnnmlTeil onei.?(lwo(.
(elffh' nine In M-iek nunil'i (.lehty
iht, in the Kml additmn to the tx city of
lair- arnipliOK '"the teenrlMl plat tr.ere.ii.
wltUtheaiqiurtenanre. to Mtl.fy the jne
an.te-.mi.t.on o. .., XA YIJll,
Truttee of the t aim C lly rrnj-rty,
11,1.1 (airo, III . IX-eeinlier Itm. 1
portion oi hit-". ...- - i
ir.Miln Mnrtirairteueiited hv llenn- Ditnker
lalnul lat 1a.jl.rand lJlln Ture-.n"
'Inistrt of the Cairo C It l'roierty. ihite;
Aurutt Kth ttTorll ill II I!m-opi"
in u,..i r,.f A1vnnler cunt). In tn
!-U1c of UIjII .1. illlx-ok "I"' of ileed, jare
Jl We the tniderlirnr., MI1 irui-
!.,.:,.,..,.,,.,!. ti,rli .lie of .laniurr nett
& li irf?-.. i ln.i'rl.-L In the funTl'H.n of that
iuy. under and ly virtue of the mer i.f wle
yiUlneil In law "tr mm, ai itii.iic .nr
lion, to llw htyheat bidder, for fah, at tin? of
fice tuildlnx of aald 'lrutee, rurmrnf Wh
lnvfnn Aienne und Klffhlienth street, in -aid
tlty of Cairo In Alexander-county nndsutenf
lllmsK, all the rifftil. title aii'l int. le.i oi win
llnirr Dnrkrr or hla a-eiirii. In ami l luta
iiunihere.1 IT- (eieoteenj al I-( ihten) In
blotk numUtnl tl (twenty-me) In the l ourth
addition to aald city of Cairo, arrnrdin; to the
r-oplel plat thereof, with the appurtenance-, to
atlfy the purjK.e and condition of aald Mori-
icnce r i i i . i
Trtnti-e- of the ( alro C lly l'rorl)
riatcl I alro III, lecimUr Mill, Kl
erthr riten thatdefiult haling lvn made
more than -lit) 'lay In the Ijonwntof a
li hereby Kiieu that default liaiius ln ma.le
for Mole than elxty ilai In the
twrment of a portion of the amount
UovVlnUonlt 60 cent". atKlllotl HaJ--
IVoili Ililtlmoro oyitoH received Uallr
ami -o!J by l'hll. II. 8au SOO-ll-SD-tt
.rtr Miiittirr Ynnl.
Clia. I,ir.cs"ler nnl Newton Klcc, (lite
with Vller-) both well known toourclll-
zer.a, and l'i rlvar men Kcncr.-illy, hate t
uMMicd n lumlicr yard In Cairo, corner ol
Sixtct-nlb atreet and Commercial at emit.
I'll ty will kot-p every description ol build-
I nir inatcrlnl and MramWt Itituhtr, doo:,
raah, Mlndf, moulding, aliltiRlc, lilli, ct.,
etc., and aro determined to lelt lower that
lumhcr haa etcr been inld In Cairo. They
solicit a fair trial (row atenmhoat men and
builder., and fruaranlco aillaiictloti In nil
Htirnxt, 135 Ohio I.ciee, l renewing New
Orlcatu oj'teri cicry morning In bulk, llo
la making bit mm cam and iacklti; bli
own iiyilt-M, thereby avoiding tbeexotb!-
autcbargeifortrnaiportatlon, and la ena
bled to rurnlth a better article at a leu
price than any other dealer. l'alronle a
home lii'titutlou, and benftlt yourcclf.
EIkIiI roomt to rcht fin Third atreet be-
twecu WaOilncInn and Commercial ae-
nuc. Apply to AVIlllam ilcllalelor at
on the merlta ol tlia lllhlc, between I'. V,
Cnderivcod, of llotton, Mais, and l'rot
0. A. Ilurc-i, ol the Northwcatetti ChM
tlan Unlierslty, it tudlanapolla, Ind., at
lie Atlieui tint. Cairo. Ill , cotntinnvliiir
UutcmUr ?J, li)7l,aiid eonlliiulni; fur or
1, HeKihcl, That the lliblu U tiUorl-
12. lti oltcd, That the lllblc la Bclc-n'.ifi-
.1. llcolvcd, That the Iilbic teichti tad
and corrupt moral-.
Adml'tou,2S t-enti; rcerved ieat, .")
rvnta. Ticked tor rale at the llookatortf,
Hobblnt' muilc atorc, Uuder'a Jewcl-y
tore and Schuh'a drip- tore. Itcacried
St-ati may be procured at I). IlaitmtuV,
St'XWAY, WKCHMllKIt 20, 1S74.
Local Wcnllirr Report.
Omo, ILL., Decemlwr H, 17.
IUn. 1 1 lie
THOMAS JOXKS, OUerver.
Itct.Mr. Gilbert Joined the ladle of
III congregation In their labor yeiter
ilay, and worVl manfully all day mak
ing garland with Mlih li to ilocorato
Ihc Kj'liCO:iI church lor tin- holiday.
The lecture to hu ili llvtred hy S. I.
Whtch-r In tins High School hulldlng to
morrow night, tromIc' to Ix.- very iuter
e'tlng, and we Iioio,mIU lie llttetied to
by a largi! audience-. Mr. Wheeler' Ico
turoiillllx;fi)llowalby other, fully .n
Inlcrcktlng, to h dellvernl at lnt-rval
of tw o w ttks, by well-known and jiloa.
At ft meeting held by the MethodM
Sunday chooI teacher l-'rlday night, It
wn decl'leil that a grand Chrii-tiiKH festi
val would be held for the eohnlar. A
beiuitllul tree will be the iirlncljial at
traction, and present for cwli scholar
will bo provldeil.
Ir. Tlinyrr'n I.crtnrr.
W clip the follow lug from the
cvuncs .SViti-IIVAv .S'n.-
"Tlii gentleman had a larger audience
than ii-uallv afeiiible! to hear lecturers
In thU clty.'andoo far an we hate heard
nu cxiire-'loii. hU hearer Here well
pl.-uM-il with the manner In whlrh he
treatnl til Mibjeet. He Is n lluelit and
verv Inleresthi" x.nker,und miule some
verv etrong point aga!ut spiritualism."
vrrtlrrd to 1 liaid hV
riwiitr.1 hr M'llllam t lit Patrick to Minurl
Miata Taylor and t:dln l'ar-on-. 1niti- of
ll,r ulm ( in- I'r .Krtv. dated fehniarr 37 III
Mr,, iecorl.il In tire iWorder' tWce, In an.
fjr eiandrr countv, In the Mate of Illlnoit
In ll.x.k of ileeil-.naze M. We.llie under
ftltmnl. aald'li-UKtri-. wllL un atUnUr. the
Vthilav of Jantury nel, A It H7 at lu
o'clxk In the forenoon of tint day, under and
hv Tlrtueof the power of ale roiitalnwl In fan
Mortrafre (ell, at IHoIlc Auction, iu ineniKii
ut hfilder for raih, at the oflii-e hulldlntt of
aald Truant-, comerof Wa-lihiftton Aicnueaiid
hlKhteriith atrert. In aald City of Cairo In Al
exander nullity ami Mate of lUiiioia. all the
lUlit, title and liittreat of nld Ullllaiu Htl
ttrlck or hi aUna, In and to lot nuinlKir I ..
(lite), III block numbered I (one) in the second
Addition to aald rltvnf Cairo, accordlnit to the
ie.orde.lpla! thereof, with the ;purtenaiicei.
toiatl.fr the purpox and r"n' '."J!1,'.';;, fM
Mortsaite . TA A 1 u '1 A i l.0ll
.ionaKe :VIS l'AIIMJX.
Tnnlceof the UilroClty 1'rojnrty.
Daleil, Cairo, 111., jiecimiwr mn, int.
J hrrthy alien that ilifanltliayliilt been nuvle
for moie than .ixty day In the iia)inent of a
trtion of the amount euil to l IjJ 'I h a
leruln ilortitane executed byTliomai (I Mara to
fatnurl -tanta 'laylorand Ldwin rr'n. Inn
7, " V.i... , i.Vl,v lroirtv.i ateil October
im oi i.it
10 lb .iigarfiir SI, at Wilcox'.
3 lb butter for $1, at Wlleox'.
I lb wiffee for $1. at Wilcox'.
I'otatvr'i fcO cent pT Imihel, at Wll.
Mr. 1'. Titxserald b Jut rr;elved and
li on ato at hl axle rosin, a lare Mock
of Kni;!Ub ale, porter, Hennesiy brandy
and wine, and liquor ol all kind, which
be will dipoio of at renonable price-.
l.iiurli I'.iery l)ny.
George Lattncrcornerof Fourteenth and
Wathlr.cton avenue, will furcuh hereafter,
every diy to hli patrons a Iio. 1 lunch, be
tween the hour ol ten and twelve o clock.
KrefliMllwaukec beerand fragrant Havana
cigar- to be bad at hla bar at all time.
A Vl't.l.llne nf boy and louthl' cp. .it
Klllott A- Ilaytlioru.
All Watcbcj, Clock and Jewelry, that
have been left wlthmefjr repalra.on which
the eaargei are unpaid, will be tola day
left at the Jewelry more of Mr. H. llbupt,
on WaihlBRton avenue, and will at the end
nf thirty day from thli date he aold to pay
charge-. Hkiimik WiLLcn.
Canto, 111-., December Dili, 1374.
llov, go and tee tho Storm King, at Kl
llott .1- llaythorn'a.
1 wlih every pereon Indebted to to
call ami arttle before the let of January,
ls75, ai I Itaic concluded to carry on
strictly cath burlne! on and at'er that
date. If icttlement in not made as repeat
ed In thi notice, the amount due to me
w III be collected by law. "
Catuo, III., Dec. II, 1ST(.
r'illy to acvcnly-lite dolltn per month,
Agent wanted eiery where. Teacher,
ladlea, genta, etc., etc. No capttal or out
lay required. Scud 29 centa for poatage on
OUtflt, to I). C. WiXCHMaN,
tt Irvln Station, Union County, Ohio.
Mr. Winter I buy palutlns ome large
portraits In oil. We arc glad to eo the
people waking up to the appreciation
true gcnuii. A tine pnoiOiTapn pi me uev
Mr. Tluier, on exhlhlilon, la nic iicii,
Allenllon. I.nille 1
Mr. iJwanderlnvlti-th(! particular nt
tentlon of the ladle? of Cnlro and iKinlty
to her Mock of millinery and fancy
good, to which he ha made large ad
dition for the holiday trade. Her price
are popular, ntid her gools of the mot
iMinnlfiil det-ilptlou. Kid glove?, neck
tie and harvl.ome ruching, collar and
M;tts are a teciaU;- and arc bound to
wll. No ctabllhmeu n Cairo can
how an equal amount of handsome
mcy gootU and novelties as jir. Swan.
i-rV. and he extendi a corfiil Invita
tion to the ladles to call and h-c he-.
lath. 1MU. recorded in the llt-foniera unice, in
and for Alexander county, In the -tate ot ni
nola, In Niok M" ofdn-ila, paRe ), etc, wc,
the underalimeil, aald Truitem, will on atiir
day, the 9th day of January next, A I) lr-.S,at
10 o'clock In the forenoon of that day, under and
t.r virtue of the power of aale contained In aald
Mortk"ige, aell. at Public Aucllon, U the hlnli-i-it
bidder, for ca.h. at the office building ofaald
Tniftet. conxr of IVaKhinston Aieutie and
KUEhteenth meet, In aiM City of ( alro, In Al
exander county and Mate of Illlnola, all Ihc
rlirht. title and intereatof aald 1 lionua O'llum
ty.incn). In block numbered trt (forty-alx) In
ihc tfirat Addition to laid city of Cairo, accord
ing to the recorded plat thereof, with the bp
i,,,Viennnre. to satlify the tuirpof ea and condl-
onor.aldMortK.a-e. g. ATS TAVt.Oll,
Truiteea of the Cairo City l'roie.rty.
Patol, Cairo, 111., December ltth, lc7t.
U hereby given that ilefault liM inK bf n ma.ie
forniorethan alxty day In the .f!
which lie will cll at chromo prices to
any ofhlscti'tomcM de'.lring Chrhlma
The Capo Girardeau Wultm Prm
wtv 3lr. and .Mm. (lonzalez arc nrtlUi of
iiiir nniinuti order. Mr. Cionzalcz M
baritone voadlit and the Madame a line
plaiiM and po3Cwd ol'n weel ami well
The tranfcr ntcamer McComhi,
dertootf. Aaya nn Informant of our, to
oirvlcwly through the fog yctcr-
ly inornliig, mid went up tnc miutuc
nil rmau-il over on to o nand bar near
llacon rock. The tow-boat Charlie
Urown, took n lug at her yesterday, but
couldn't budge her.
When Mao taw tho.whltc froit yes
terday inornlnir he Mid , "This is a
Mark frost, and we will have rain." Wc
laughed, and did not believe, because the
weather wan cold as Greenland's Icy
mountains. JkAl tfclko W a t I'rophct.
There f the mcancn kind in the
aflef " "tk, cold, dlagrecablc rain.
IIoSm-W, the artl .has told a num-
Itcr.oflM'Wirtld-pIcrQW to Hnnnon,
which will be rallied tun wet-K. .Mr.
Ilobarto has Just rMtnfileted a line jilcture
of the cl'tyT6f Cairo from a front view op-
olte the St. Charles hotel, taking lu the
city rrom Hailiuay s wtrenou'-e io me
elevator, howlng tho river front along
the whole line or Ohio I.cvce.
It Is rumored that Mr. OUbert. the
father of Win. It. mid Mile K, projH-s
to oon commence the election of n large
and ubtantl.il bnck lion-r, on the south
east corner of Hlglit atn-c-t ftnd Washing
ton avenue. The lower portion of the
building will be tt-ed as atore room, mid
the tOIX-'r part as a hull. Kiom the fact
that the gentlemen who have Ik-mi trying
for some time p.tit to build an opera
hou'c here have falli-d to dlpoD of
c-nttigh stock to warrant the eonum-nre-imntof
theKime. we think It would he
wr-elnthem to consult Mr. Gilbert with
a 7lew of having the upper portion of
the building so comtrueted that It could
be ued for that purpo'o, as there
Is not, In our opinion, a better place In
the city for a building of the kind.
Uuslncs in the police court yesterday
was dull. JlMgc Jiiru wns me jaiuicu
one, hailng four can-s, while Judge IJros
did nothing. Judge Illrd lliKetl of his pa
tient byadmlnistf ringto them the rollow-lni;do-e:.Iame
Mclnto'h. Ferdinand Iji-
vUlue, .Martin Knllln and Patrick DutJy,
win- all :irretel for Ix.-Ing drunk. The
luJgegive th'-m all a good talking to,
ml lined James, Ferdinand and Martin
three dollars each, which they could not
pay, and were ent to Jail. Patrick was
more fortunate than his fellow sud'ercr,
hating enough money to get out, which
lr-p.tiil and was discharged.
The Illtrtc- llleiiloii.
A the time draws near for the
loint ilicu"ion tietwecn Uudenvood
and llurgi-.s, much lntere.t U tnnnlfetetl
among our citizens and we hear that
many are coming In from the adjoining
country to attend it. Thin wc believe to
be the llret time our cltltlzens have ever
had of hearing a Joint dicuslon upon the
great que.-tlon of the merits of the Bible,
and we understand thvo men are lioth
able ami i-loqitfbt, therefore our citizens
should avail thcni-elve.of thl opKrtun
Ity and go and hear this debate, as the
question Is of much lntereit to all.
nomc ami ronsoieu norwlf w t ii.
thought that ".Veil svern't gwlnc to
imrry no onc-rj ed nigger nohow."
Slcimer.JIm Fisk, Ptidncah.
" : fdlewlld, Ktansville.
" Vint rMihilt,-. Cincinnati.
" H. S. Turner, Memphis.
" Mnllle Moore, Xew (j.ti-nn.
" Greyhound, Ohio river.
Steamer Jim Flk, I'aducnh.
" Vint Shlnklc, Memphl.
" II. H. Turner, Cincinnati.
" Mollle Moor, St. I.oul.
" Greyhound, South.
" John W. Garrett, Kcw Orleans.
" Alex. Swift, St. Louis.
" Cha. Hrown, St. I.oul.
" Colorado, Vlcksburg.
" Lady Lee, St. I.oul.
" Lllxirty, Xo. I, Ohio rh er.
" Tim. W. Mean, St. I.oul.
" Lloiie, Louisville.
" City Che-b r, Memphl.
IttVlin, WIUTIII-.K AXP nfSt.VKSS.
The river lat evening was C feet 10
Inches on the guage. having fallen one
Inch during the previous 'J I hour.
'I he wither wa c-lotidv mid cold ye.-
(nnl.-iy morning, and at 'J p. in, sleet fell
heavily: but It soon changed to rain,
which was still falling at dark. A fog
hung over the rivers and city night be
fore last o tli-it'e that the signal lights of
steamer laying at the wharf could not be
dlsttiiguMu-d from the top of the levee.
Wak Dept. Kivbk Hr. out, I
Dcccuiher 19, ls;t.
I all lzes and prices. Corner Sixth
street and Commercial avenue.
flour, arcordlnz to grade ......
Corn, tnlxe.1, aacVe.1
Corn, white, aackett .............
(lata, inlxeil ...HM
limn, per (on - . .
Ilutter, choice Northern roll ........
lluttrr. choice outhern llllnol.,
I,?, I crd,,rrn
hlrkni. t-rd'en ........
Otiiiila, rr dozen. .
Apple, choice, prr latrn-U
pplea, rominon, r baml -
I'otatfrf'., JaT tMrrel . ..,,..,
Oniona, j er hurrel ..
i Ab'.le '
j yt. In. ) Ft. Inch.
IMtt-burg I r, ; in
Clnclnnill 0) : xO 4
LouMllle C -1 -o 3
Nahvlllc .1 10 -0 1
St. I.out 1 4 fi ! xO 1
J. H. Mtrque i Co., of New York city,
dealer. In and Importers of Human Hair,
have established a branch houe In this
city, and can aupply Wigs, Toupee, llrald
and Frizzes rr.ade to order. Combines made
up In every style. Plait, Switches Itolb,
Plain and Fancy Chignons always on band.
The ladles or Cairo arc invited to call, In
Iteicr' building, corner Eighth -trcet sad
Commercial avenue, Cairo, Illinoi. We
sell at an advance or only 10 per cent, on
New York Prices.
J. CONWAY, Superlntcnd.-nt,
1 -t.intirn,la Hill will he elven
. . .. I - ' - - I'-' o
. usout twenty-three, w. charged ' or January. A commit tee has aire dyb.eu
appoiuteu to make me uet.-. D
men's, and the boys promise It to be one ol
with takli- a voke of cattle front Hazlc-
wood in this tounty, to Clear Creek, and
traded them ofl'rir a mule, which he rode
into Pula-ki rounty and coneealetl near
rulaskl sutlon, on the Illinois Central
railroad, ' --ant w-ji sworn -wui".
Ilenj. Denton, the prosecuting wltnes.
and placed In thu hands of Alexander
Thomp-ioii.a constableof llazlewood pre
cinct, who summoned a pocof flvo men
and followed To-h,and tirrestiil him at
Ullln. After the arre.t u mob
of the 1'rlcnil of the pri'nncr
assembled, and by threat, Intimidation,
-Ki-v. Jlr. Gllliert will rondnct the
-erticc. a usual, at the Church of the ami .jie presentation of pl-tol. comiK.-lled
., . . i ... . im ...l,...l. ... 1 .
the ofllcer to surrender hi.-, prisoner. One
I'lnlll (luealliiu for luinlliU. I
Have the rouilns medl.'Ines of the profea
sion done you no good? Arc you dlscmir-,
aged and ndscrablcJ If o,teit the proper
tie ol the new vegetable Specific, I'r.
Wai.kkk'6 Calikoksias Vinkoau Hit
TF.lts, already famous a tho tinest Inilpor-
ant, correctli o and ulter tlivo tint nas t- r
icen the light. DIsptptlcs and penons of
bilious habit should keep It wllhln reach, If
they va'.uc health and eate.
The fincat brands or cigar kept con
stantly at theCryatulsaloon, corncrofSlxlh
street and Commercial avenue. ix-aii
IieiK-mer, to-day at 10j tclovk a.m. and
Tl r-t-rvices will be conducted as
uul, by the Ilev. Dr. Thayer, In the
Preibyterlan church this morning and
There will be services In the Metuo- j
dV-t church this morning and evening,
enductedbv itev. Mr. Wallar.
Dr. Henry will preach at the Liberal
Iicllgious hall, corner of Twelfth street
aid Washington avenue, th Is evening at
7.30 o'clock. Text : "If n man die shall
le live again:-" The future life from a
Kientillc standpoint. The public nre in
Mr. George Stocn, of the Mollne
Plow company, was in the city Friday,
and left ycterday morning on the C.Mro
k Vinccnnes road.
It was Mr. V. Cuhl who gave the
barrel or Hour to the Presbyterians. Mr.
Cuhl Is one of tho most liberal patroniz
es of the churches lu Cairo.
Old Gartslde, the Coal Kiug of St.
of the ollleer's po-e drew n derringer,
whereupon Tosh drew a pistol and snap
ped It In the man's faee.avowlng his deter
mination to kill him. Luckily the cap
did not explode. The. next morning, the
constable returned to Ullln, but Tosh
would not consent to go with him. Sher
iff Irvln was Informed of the affair, and
with his. deputy, John Cain, and Sheriff
Spencer, of Pula-kl, went to Ullln
and succeeded in arresting Tosh, who Is
now reposing In the county jail. A
number of To-h's friends were In the
Ullln saloon, when Sherlll Irvln made
the arrest, and dllllculty was anticipated,
but luckily lie i.t none.
Deltn IlniMl Bull.
We wbhthe Helta boys sttccefa In their
underuiiinjj in regard to the ball, we
hear It lafj. .V) purpo'e of securing new
letorslherlnstr.vicnts, andhope tfte citi
zens will a-ist the'sjoya, for the iaad ha
made many a pleasautVveuIng, during thu
hot aummer months, loi the ctlzens or
Cairo, and will do the tame tlpxt')er with
their new Instruments. Olory il.your am
bition, boy,. K!-li'-0-3t
-Fetli oyitera or anything chs you
Want at the IJelmonlco Itestaurant, ipen
day and night.
do to Sproat's, 135 Ohio Levte, and
get jour o)trr by the hundred orcin
fresh evcei morning. IW-tl
o)ne's oysters depot and leitsuritit.
Oyster In the. shell and can, fresh evtry
day, at Phil H imp's old stand, betwetn
ixth and tseventn streets, Cairo, Illinois.
A good aortment ol all kinds of bcatlnc
stoics warranted sound and perfeit, and
not Itijttre.lby the Isto fire, very cheap of
T. .1 Kkatii'k. PMC-lOt
ll you want (resit oyilers without pay
in loi ihc ,j transportstion, go to
Sprost', lift Ohio t.t.., anjgct thtmby
the pail mil, ftcdt every mon,u7, to-l-tt
Iluilcg given up my old stand u. i,c
levee nod taken Krohter fi Itio's shop, on
Klghth street, 1 iha'.l bo prepared to sup
ply th) citizens t Cairo, with the best
meats the market aTordi. Pleaae call and
tco me. PlIlL. HoWAP.t).
Sptoat, 135 Ohio Levee, Is furnUhlng
oyte's In llio right shape. PamUIn can
he suppled lu any quantity frcdi every
At "Our Saloon," nghth sire t, be
tween Commercial avenue and Ohio levee
thchuntrr may tlnd all kind of cdilles
bcrnntT, sati'nge, clueie, tc, and the
thirsty Ih tint st of l..e and llquor,lreah
lak'cr beer, and .he be' brands of cinr
Alt Mliebii -.cei' dwa) on baud
and the IU' di set dai.. '. ten o'eloik, Sun
dayalDc!udt'd,asli.uai-)ny lu the city
Oetyotiroy.tcrsat the Dslmnn eo,
Joo Konrkt-r li now in lull nntrol of
Ihc Washington bakery, snd haling leatn
cd the want or tho public, I prepared to
supply on anil all demands f r French loaf,
B ilo , Hrown anil Orulmtu bread, and
tveryilng ele ordinarily found In a flrit-
bakery, llo mamiainis a iuimiock oi
wnlectloi.crlci, and can, as well assny
other dealer In the city, till nil order In
-ugar kettles, ovina, sM'leta and lids,
pumps, grain and gras ocjlhes, wire cloth,
grates, stove pipe, elhowa and a lirg vari
ety of other goods saved from the Ittu lire,
Is now btlng sold at 55 to 75 per cent below
C0t at T. J. KKIlTtl'8. CI.12-Io.IOt
Cikes baked, froited or ornamented on
diort police. Special attention given to
Ihc orders ol wedding or picnic parties,
The best oysters at the Uclmonlcoltes.
New ly-flttcd,' finely furnMied barber
shop by (leorgo Stelnhou'e, corner Com
mercial avenue and Klkdith street. Y'ears
ol practice have clvon hi a light hand
that m ikes a smooth shave dellghtlul. All
who try him once will call again. AH the
lite dallv naners arc kept en bis table lor
the benellt ol hl customers, and Ihoro I
no cdloiis waiting lor turn.
H voii want a good i-nlor wood rook
stove for bebw coil, call at T, J. Kkutii's.
t'alro Trnnsler Kleintor.
Storage capacity 1 .5.0CO bushel. Trans
ferring capacity 15,000 huihcls per hour.
Grain itoredand trati'fcrrcd to barges,
boat and ca to Sew Orleans aud all
KATE? OP SfOruGE.
Sound grain, lie. per htiiliel, lint ten
days or part ttn-reof, and Jo. each add!
tloual ten iUyr. or part thereof.
.. . , . ........ A..I a,. ... .
i;ubouni gra'u, : iz. per uuaiiei """ siellea, i.ula,
ilava nr nart then-jf. aud le. eaob addM J'0?. .KNabVui Y
tional five days orpatt thereof.
listing grain and tyln? bagst
bushel, nagging grain aud sewing iiag. tc
per ouihel. " J. .t K. HpcWi.-iuAM.
Catno. Ilia, Dee. 1, 174.
DjiiIi-1 Hartinnn Invites the attention
of tnc public t yf mmeno assortment
of new, he tf, useful und ornamental
goods that will In a f.iw days bo dis
played at hi store, comprising beautiful
Chin tea set, handsome cologneor toilet
set, liohcmlau vasc , Jewel Ixixes, dolls
KloitT-ye r old ttoutbon, only at tho
"ryitsl saloon, cotnrr nf . Sixth and Com-
iiercl.il avenue. 12 tf
CllKii-.Whlto Granite and other table
Paro at Pariou, Dans & Co s, Tenth
Dawn, down they come the prices of
stoves and tinware at A. Italley's, No. 10)
and ho Wahliitlon avenue, lG-124-lm
Is you want llncllquiir. go to the, Cryi
I aaloon, comer ol Sixth and Commercial
CAIRO MARKET WHOLESALE.
Correcti.l Dally by 11 Jl. Stearns, eommlalon
merchant, secretary r the Cairo lkiard or
..-.! ta 00
........ J tvi
. ti .wajw
Iiirteta. l-rilrrii ..mm. (TUXulOU
IUI,,ii, mt iloi.-n..
NOTICE TO CONTHACTOES.
Seahil prot-biala will be receded! my office
until a o'clock, p. ni. . of !aturd.iv. the ircou-1
day of Jaruary. A l ls73. for furnlahinj Ihe
nuiriiai. oruoina: ine nor., or uom. lor tue
construction of a lien- aidewulk on the aouth
lidvof ihirtientli atriet, between Waahlnitton
airnuenml Wa'nut alrevt, and for the rewn
atmctlon of the following described ililewalks,
Dnthe wrMcrl) fide of Conimerclul avenue,
UtMttn Slxtieiith und -etenttenth H recti, and
on the northerly aide of .feienteenth ateret, be
tween CoiiiintrcUl mcnue aud l'oilar aireet.
I'ald aldeHMlts to be conitrurted and lacon
ttnictol of Wood
rale.l propoaal a above will alio le re
cell ed for fnrnlihinx the material or dolus- th
work, or both, fur the rooitructlon of a brick
ildewalk on the westerly tide of Commercial
avenue, tx-tween .-e enlnlli and Kla-hleenth
trreta. Said proporala ahall be dlrlcctcd to the
City Council of the City of Cairo, and will U
onl at a meeting of aald Council, 10 beheld
on aald aeeond ilay of January, A. ( IS75. All
propnaal ahull rnaile in accordance with the
prnxl-lnn-, te.ulrernrnta and ipecltlcatlona of
OnllnaneeXo M, approicd Xovemter ISIh, A.
II 1-71, which ordinance la now on file In my
nlllre, eiihjwt to examination at anv time The
t tr Count tl mcrvrntherlirht to reject any and
ail ir.;-..3.. WILL K. UAWKlNn.
tarn,, ilia . Dee 1Mb, Irtt. Cltycletk.
ffllK fulloii bu It a lljt of tellers remaining In
1 the po-t-olSi-e at C.lro. Illj. , iiurallrl for
on .-alunly, December IU, IgTI:
Ill.ii V. K.-itle,
( nhnan, .Mm.
I'lllaylun, JJn. Kata,
' l.ero) , Anoa.
A fitory or Love nnrt Ileverne.
Annie Morris and Josephine Harrison,
two colored ladles living on Fifth street,
had a tllputc yesterday morning about a
man named Neil Oruy, a dashing young
man of color twenty-one or twenty-two
t ears ot ni;e. Nell has for some time
Louis, was In our city yesterday. His been paying Jo-ephlne considerable nt-
buslness we did not ascertain, dldu t try tentlou, much to the dUple-Mire ot .n
'.Hi,, af.e.nder county, n the ntale of Illi
nois, In book M" of deeds, pagelSl.etc., we,
I... :.!..i.i...i .ni,i Tniatwa. will on eatur
day, the 6th day of January, next, A D liCS.Ht
inf.'chw-k in the forenoon of Hut day, under and
bv virtue of the power or ant, contained lu s'1'
17 V.i i 'i piiliUe. Auciloo. t,. ilu. h uh.
rit t rd.V.r. for cuali. at the.oltlcf buli.ll..i! of
kHldlruaUwi. cortitrofWnihliiKton Aieniieuii.
WS.J.S.thatri-et. lu ttld (ity of Cairo. In Alex
p'!,K ? itmof wUh mo I urien1:
aid Jioiigant kdwis 'AlbONS,
Truiteea or Ihc Cairo t iiy i-rora-nj
thiled, Cairo, 111 , Decern ber Hlh, ltrfl.
. M .1 '-- ' 1
Ho, Tor good bargains, at A. Halley's.
lie will sell at greatly reduced prices for
tho next thirty days. So. 103 and 170
Washington aveuue. 10-12.2-lm
Tho lnrtrest nssortnient of Christmas
'ood ever brought to Cairo, will lie dis
played on Monday, December nu, at
For Iloots and Shoes ot any
slylc. quality or ticicription go
to Win. Kulets on i wemietii
street, or at No.SI Ohio Levee. He guar
antees to each purchaser the itock that ho
selects, and manufactures boots at allprlces
ranelnL- from ?3 00 to 815 03. Customers
troubled with corns or tender feet, i
r-uarantod un ea y fit, as boots are lilted to
tho foot. In tho absence of Jlr. Elder, who
will sunerintend both shop, Phillip Ilangh
will havo cbargo of tho Levee shop and Ed
Htzgcrald the slnp on Twentieth street,
Thanking his patrons for past favors ho so
Ucits a continuance or tho same.
(lood aluglo room-, on the upper lloor a
the Saint Charles cinbov.i). with board
at tho very low rate or ?30 per uvimh. Two
largo family rooms, frontlug on tho Ohio
river, can be secured at tw ana vtcii per
month. These rooms are double and very
Now Is your time. You can get better
bargalus than were over offered befora In
the line ol stoves, tinware ana noutciur
nUhlnir L'oods. at A. nlley's, No. lOi aud
to, aud don't want to know.
Mr. John Newel! went up the line of
the Cairo aud Vluceunes ro.td yesterday,
for what purpose we did uot asccetaln.
The Sun does Mr. Pope the Justice to
say that he Is a clever manipulator of
the political wires, "l lie Kepuniicons
uillinlvi him," tearfully says Tht iim;
and so will the Democrats, for they'll
find Jordan a smoother road after Pope
leaves." True road will be smoother it
Is smooth. It Is Just possible, If It were
not smooth for the opponents of Itad-
170 Washington ays.
Cninllc Clienjicr Tlmii Ksrr.
; Five pounds assorted candy lor one dol
lar; four pounds choice candy for one dol
lar; three pounds Oakes' candy, assorted,
for one dollar. The Oakes candles arc the
finest made. Toys in great adundance and
very cheap. Toy books in great variety.
Oranges, pineapples, tijja, dates, canned
fruit orall kinds, Jellies, pickles, oatmeal,
choice sugar (loaf j, lyrup clear as chrystal,
and all kinds orgrocerles, at bottom prices,
by J. II Phillim.
Toy nntt Hweetmeal.
The Toy and Sweetmeat King has been
a Utile behind band in making his appear
and this season, but I now inlorm tlio lit
tle folks and tho public generally that I
. i.. . .not ever brought to
.airo.auu uui acii,iij u. ,M.vv .. ..nn
be duplicated in any city in tun country,
Toya will sell way do vn, !W per cent
lower than last y ar. ilemeuiber i naic
not tnv toek In tho window, but hare a
room 2d reet by 20 entirely covered with
them: also my stock ol CJatidi s, I have
over ten thousand pounds ol Candles
shipped to me irom the cat, such as never
was In Cairo b'fore line mixed sl!ing at
twen v-tlve cents per pouud. Itemember
these arc good and puro Candies, nj Jaw
breakiug, hard Caudles called "lome,
made " 1 also have over four hundred
pounds or Figs and three layers or Dates
IIkst quality lUifer-plated ware less than
;ort at Purs.v.TS'Dai Is & Co's, Tenth street.
nle, and u week or two ago asked her to
bc:omo his wife, to wlileli -he eousentcHi,
but. after thinking the mailer over, she
concluded that she lovetl auollier uetier, ttn,, almonds, and Oranges at prlcca tnal
lteimmbcr this l
Call in J amluc for
mwl tli.-it she could never be happy with
Nell, while Johnny (John Hode Is the
other fellow's name) was alive, and able
to keep her like n lady. When Nell
received this blow from the
lips of the beloved Josephine, he was
almost distracted, and went straightway
and toltl Annie how he had been served,
Annie, who Is rather quick of perception,
saw that now was her time to make
llrnntl!, A. r.
Hacker, Ceo .
Itcti, .locph .
lledlord, M A.
IcalUm In houtheru Illluols, Jlr. Pope n inipresslou upon thu heart of Nell,
might persuade hlmn-lf to tarry with us ,1U(1 t,t4 ,1C WftJ. )ie ,u,i t: "Nell,"
a little longer. she said, going to hint and laying her eb-
"7 , ,,, ony hand upon his sliottlder, ".losepiune
Ceiiernl Iteinn. I - 1 . .. ,
The Sun is mistaken. The net pro- nt-ber lnhbtil you; she was foolin you
ceeds of the Presbyterian fair ere $500 nil de time. Ue only woman who truij
and not $50. The Sun Intended to lie lobes you in dls whole town, Is de woman
correct, but an 0 dropped out ot the form dat Is afore you ; she don't luu no one,
and reduced the amount wonderfully. Josephine don't; sue naiiri got no Heart in
i. in.ihv,.rlnii laillea thank Oreen dut black breast of lier'n. Ue oiuy
hi which they
Cuhl for the irlft of ahurrel ot Hour; Mr.
lIake for tho loan or gas iixtures, una
Mr. Sproat for oysters.
Dr. Henry, the mesmeric artist, is nn
Interesting lecturer, those who have
heard him lecture Inform us. lie will
illfu'nurin tn-uloht on the Sllblect: "If a
ldU talk, bula fuel
Corner Eighth St. aud Washington Ave.
Orvirt ok ma Canto asi St I.ons lts "iO
COMIANY. Catno, lu.., December 15, lb..
A ueetlng of the directors of this com
pany vlll be held on Tuesdav, the 22nd
lust., nt 11 o'clock a. m., nt the station
house tn the depot ground of the com-
lu the city of East bt. Louis, II-
CL'TLEltV at hair coil at private sale, at
Parsons, Davis .t Co's, Tenth street.
Go -ro WlXTER'a Oailebv and see bis
specimens ot photographic art. Hair an
hour can be spent very pieasanuj in
Ini-cotueol the well-known races or our citi
zens, Mr. W. has oil hand a largo stock ol
new and elegant rrames, suitable lor hoi-Idavelfts.
PnoTOonAriis made only upon rnuaji
and Saturday, excepting by special ap-
nolntmeDt. Gallery open every evening
lor v bltors.
A raml Enlerlnluincnt.
Two p.v-. ... will bo
given by tho young ladles of l.orotto Acad
cuiy n the evening ol'
lirt-riubor -!!.! null 'ilM, IN7I,
AT Til!- ..ni.MV.
OntrooM-.-i jt ill' 'at will bo ptc
hcnt. la an-. , ) the season.
imilit-e 'iio ot . .id will be pre
scnted a drain i entltli-.
The celebrated ".Mr. Citudlu" wll lec
ture both nlghls, nu-1 Mime t--nys by the
pupils will add to tho cut-rt itn" "
Mualc, Instnime--'' " fd-mos and gul
tar d vocal, will firm a pronilnciu lea-
turo of each ulhl'a entertainment.
Admllon each night, 25 cents.
Carltrlt, A. II.
wok, i. 11.
CUrk, Chas. M.
Clupp, Jno. i .
Detol, O. P.
Dunn, W. O.
iurner, Mr. SamM.
Jliuninlner, I.d .
Oottrill A Thornton,
Craig, David, C5.
uanuuer, uu. .
llarrtnctan, A. F.
liaja, 1'. I..
Isratl, Wm. K.
Ie, .Tm. T.
Parker, Frank II.
I'oiter, J. W,
Stoil.lnrl, . Jl.
llrrman, C H.
Hays, Harry It.
Iaf, W. S.
Martin, C. 15.
llorlon, John D,
S. Siaats Tayloii,
l oin..t in. il.n no nf tho atnri. rnfim ilaf lnlies VOU ill ills whole Cairo, Is ills
. ununi, i, ..... ,
ii which they held their fair; Mr. P. chile." This appeal had ts
ell'ect on .Nell's maniy uean n
eollapsctl gave In and forthwith prom
ised to marry the loving Annie. When
Josephine heard that Nell was go
ing to marry her rival, she began to
think 'Mat Nell did hah a little corner ob
her heart," and she tried to win him
back, but her wiles were unsuccessful,
she voweit sue wotiui
ftuillran. Jl. O.
Wade, W K.
IVraou culling ror the anove itueri ui vra"
., t ,i. ,.,i.i
' j.o w jicKi:aio, i
White, Wm .
Wallace, W. V
U'l.iii. .I,,hn A
ill nil il.ii clifiii lu llvene-altix" The Lib
"? . . ... i ... . ..!
i.t.a lf,.lll,,3 lint will In' ernwtlei . aim sue nui '"
ri.. to tr. u o Mtilo nt tho store of bo nvenued. and she kept her vow
II. A. Hannon, on Chilstmai Kve, of two procured a pair of scissor, went to the
fine oil paintings, by 11. M. ItobarU. Mr. home of the gentle Annie, got Into a row
Hannon also savslie has a beautiful col- with her, nnd gouged her lu the eye,
lection of paintings, by the same artist, nearly tearing U out. She then went
Ueduced prices! Clothing, Hats, Caps,
lloots & Shoes, ut llAMMANS. :
Two or three bootmakers can llnd em
ployment by applying at
53-12-13-tf Wat. KlllXltS.
Thlstlewood A Co., have tlnlshed their
largo elevator at corner of twenty-second
ami ntdo Lovee. and moved Into It from
their old 'tore, tho first of this week. They
will hsve all their elevating machinsry
steam-power etc., complele in a lew usja,
aud wl 1 be prepared to store and take care
of their consignments with much more con
veulenco and satisfaction than ever before,
aa their storage room Is ample to meet all
demands that cin possibly be mado upon
Puiik Iriab wliliky punch, app'o and
houoy. peach and honey, Tom and Jerry,
Imported ale and porter ami tno tinen
wine In any market, at tho Cryalal saloon,
corner or Sixth and Comini rcUl ave.
Lumber Mill Uuhitf Down.
As wo are determined to cIokc out our
lock speedily, preparatory to wlndlug up
budness, we will aell all kind ot lumber at
i.i-n .iniinr. nnr ihouiand less than market
prices. A large lot of lath and itove wood
on hand, Which Will ue aoiu ai curreaiiuuu
.... IVlll .t lT.
ln-riv iutv lait-a. .... ...
I'i.caii and moat fracrant Havana Ar 10
cents, at tho Crystal ssloon, corncrol Sixth
and Commercial avenue. -"
lUna.ti.N8 inboots and shoes, at Elliott ii
Miss M. J. Carson wishes to Inform her
customers that shu has removed Iroin lx-
tween Ninth and Tenth streel on coui
mcrclal avenue, ono block above, on
Ciiinmerclal avenue, between Tenth and
Eleventh streets, where will he found a
irood line of toys aud notions tor tno mil
All kinds of mixed drinks made with
.u-natch. and most luiclous to the tato, at
the Cmtal saloon, corner of Commercial
avenue and Sixth street. 12-5 tf
Wholcsalo Prices, but No Credit I
Mrs. 0. McLEAN,
Next Door to Stuart & Gholaon'i
BETWEEN COMMERCIAL AND
1. J. I
Flowers, FeaUiers, Rlb-
iaina. Ucea. Silk. Velvet. Tie, Uuch-
liiK'aUedliloiM, CoraeU, Holler), worateuj,
Merluo Underwear for Ladle and chlldwa.
tr-Tlieae goo.1 will be sold at very lpw flK
rTror CASH and CASH O.M.Y. I-U-Mtf
Tow-Boat For Salo
1HIK Subacrlber nffera for sale the Steam
1 Towing Meri.-Wheel Moat. Ike llinmiltt,
wllli euglnfs, machinery, tackle., apparel aud
modem I uproiejnents.and IS In .iry rI0t
SwaS. " worthy, and In MoJLeondltloa for
uiiuauo;. For team, apply to.,
8. S. TiTUia.
Caibo. Ills., NoTetobtr 1. SH-lI-W-lf.