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I'Hirui juiiiiiay in torn mourn.
Kroili lliillliinro oysters received dally
aim o:ii iiy riill. II. Siup. MK)-lI-29.tf
rn Lumber Vnril.
Chas. Lancaster and Newton Hlcu, (lito
with Walters) both well known to our cltl
zens, and to river im-a generally, hate is-
tablishc I a lumber yard in Cslro, car cr of
Nxicuil'i street umi Commsrclal avenue.
'J'li y will keep every description oi Imlld.
In,; material and steamboat lilinlier, doom,
mill, lilin I, moulding, hlnglo,Uth, etc.,
etc., ami lira determined to nil hMcr Hint
lumber Ii.ti ever Ix cn mM In Cairo. Tlioy
illicit a r.i r trial Iroin steamboat men and
liii Iders, ami guarantee -all. act Ion In all
Sprint, lS.'i Ohio Levee, l roeltliiir New
Orlcan. ojttcm every mornliij In bulk. Ho
I" making hi own cam and parking li!n
own 0)tteri, tburchy avoiding llio cxorhl-
tant ebargcuror trnnpiirtatlau, and In ena.
hlc-d 16 riiriil!i n better article "t n Itu
jirlcc than any other dealer. I'atronUo a
homo liMlitiitlou,nnd bencilt yoiir-clr.
ItOOIII III Itl'llt.
Light rooms to rtlit on Third trcct be
tween Vahlngton and Commercial au.
nuc. Apj.iy to William JIcHiIclor at
10 lb Mij;ar for $1, nt Wllwix.
: lln butter for $1, nt Wilcox'.
I lbs wiilio for $1, at. WllctixV.
l'otiitm-s P0 cuiitM jmt bit-hej, nt Wl.
I'ri xli Supply.
Mr. I'. Fitrjernld hai Jut roeelved and
)ta on nate at liU nates room, a large Mock
of L'n"dlh al , porter, lirnney brandy
and vlni , and lli.uori ot all klniN, which
he will di'potc of at reaonable price.
I.mirli '.very liny.
George Lallncr corner of Fourteenth and
Wathlngton avenue, will furmih hereafter,
every ilty to til patroni a .No. 1 lunch, be
tween llio houraol ten and twelve o'clock.
Krch Milwaukee beeraiid fragrant Havana
clgara to be had at hU bar at all timet.
I iirliiltiiril Wiitrlii'K.
All Watches, Clocki anil Jewelry, ihat
ho been lelt witlimefor repalr,oti which
the caargci arc unpaid, will he thin day
lelt at the Jewelry loro of Mr. H. Iloupt,
on Washington avenue, and will at the end
of thirty iUy from thli date lo olil to pay
charge". IIkusia.v Wh.l-.ii.
C Aiito, III., December Mb,
Set lie l'i.
I wlh every pcriwn linlebtcd to rac to
call and settle before the Jtof January,
ISTS, aa I have concluded to carry on a
trlctly eatlt bulnci on and al'.cr that
dvte. If acttlcnu'iit I not made a rciiict.
ed In thli notice, tlio amount due to mo
will be collected by law.
Caiiio, Ii.i, , Dec. II, 1ST I .
Kilty to cvcnty.Hrn dollar per month.
Agent, wanted everywhere. Teacher",
ladle, gent", etc., etc. Kn capital or nut
lay required. Send 20 cenU for pottge on
outllt. to P. C. Wi:ixiiv.n,
tl Irvln Station, l.'nlmi County, Ohio,
Tin: fitift hrandi of cigar kept con
itintly at the Crystal saloon, corncrof .SIxlU
street and Commercial avenue. 12-.tf
lut received at Itobhini' Music Haar,
Fomc ot tho mod beautiful group ol the
above Jinlly celebrated Statuary. Those
who haven tii'to for tho It illy aitiftlc,
will npprcrl.itu thess gem, Jnt the thing
fur a piBciit to your IrlcmN. Call at onco
before Ibcy arcnold. li5-12-23-3t
tiO To WiNTr.uu'ri (lALt.Kitv and ce liU
pccliueiii ol photographlu art. Half an
hour can be peut very iileaiantly In view
ing soiuool the well-kii'jwn faces of our cllb
en. Mr, AV. lia- on hand a large i-tock of
now and elegant framci, suitable lor hol
riloiomuriis inado only upon Krldnyi
and fcatunlaye, excepting by special ap
pointment. Gallery open every cenlrg
I'i'iik Irish whUky punch, apple and
honey, peach and honey, Tom and Jerry,
imported alo and purler nnd the lines!
w Ino In any umket, at the Crystal saloon,
corner of Sixth and Commercial ave,
A. llnltey. ,
Now !. your tlmo. You can get hotter
bargain than were over offered before In
the Hue ol stoves, tinware and Inmkofiir
nVhlnggooili', at A. Il;illc)'', No, 10) ami
170 Washington nvo. 10-3-12-Im
For HootH and Shoes ot any
style, qtiallly or description go
to Win. l.iilcr on i wenueiu
street, or at N'o.8l Ohio Lcvco. lie guar
nntcos to each purchaser thn Mock that ho
selects, and manufactures boots nt all prices
rauglug front fS 00 to 915 00. Customer
troubled with cornu or tender feet, ate
guarantod an oaty tit, as hoots arc lilted to
tho foot. In tho absence- of Mr, Khler, who
will superintend bothshop, I'hlllip llaugh
will havo charge of tho Lovea shop and Kd.
FltAgerald tho shop on Twentieth street,
Thanking his patrons for past lavnr he so
llelts a coutlnuauec of tho same.
Daniel Ilartinan Invites the nttontlon
of the public to tho Immense assortment
of new, beautiful, useful nnd ornamental
roods that will in a tow day bo dis
played at ldi store, comprising beautiful
Chin tea sets, handsome cologno or toilet
nets, Bohemian vases, Jewel boxes, dolls
ot nil sizes and prices. Corner Sixth
ttrcel imU Commercial uvtmue,
lMMDAV, DECEMHEIt iM, lH7f.
There will In- no pniier issued from this
I.ociil WrHtlicr lli'imrl.
('.Mini, III., DccimbtrSI, Is7t.
Tiir.. Wim Vet. Wkatukii
m:hi .lu" Culm. 7' Tielr
JU.UIfXfl W. H IlKir.
ao.a.ll ll' n i clear.
1 ii in.
THOMAS JUNKS, Observer.
.Mr. Clark, proprietor of the bowling
alloy under tin; Arknnas imd Texa
ticket ofllce,r:t Ohio I.ovce, will servo
his customers with mi oysVr lmirli mid
other luxuries, nt ! o'clock this cvoiilii'',
i:il iiiiil 4'lnircli.
OnrliiL' tliu iiat week lliu rimrcli of
Hit! Kcdnciiii r lini been liaiidionnly di--
eoratcd with i vi rurions. wrwith. fi'-
tooiu, etc., In foniintinoralloii of tliu lilrth
of tin; riivlor, mid IliU monilii nt half
lanio o'clock the umi.il ( hritin;n crv-
kcn will In-huld In that church.
Hull iniiiri' ) Htm.
I-rcih Iltltlinore oyter, ovcty day, at
tlni'JantcrV lioiino. K. JIukk.nkh.
, for hiile.
Tor - al-
Iiy tlio Cairo City Out Coin-
Miiull, M.coiid-liaiid ijulnc.
II, 1". Gkmoii.k, Hlljit.
A very lnr-,"' nuiuber of the frl''iid of
tho late Mr. Loul .lorKeiicn paid tin
hit tribute of rc"pwt to hi iiiMiiory yes
terday. Atlmlf-pat ten o'clock In the
inorning tiie liiitc i.oiiire ot .M imu, t
eortcd by tin- KulllU Teniiil1 timl- r
coimnaud of Sir KiiMil l)ui.:ilii'', and
led by the Slh it Cornet b.ic I. uinivlnil
ill Wiisldni'ton avenue, to the 1st" n-l-
deiwo of the decc.m-d. nnd rucelvcK tin
remain", which they conveyed lo th
Church of the Itedeemer, where Hector
(illlK-rl read the sen Ice of liU chun li for
the burial of the dead. The church wa
crowded.an.l the scene one of rutitsolein-
inly and deep sadness. After theservl-
isthe remains were tikeii to Ilcci.li
Orove Cemeti.Ty, nnd there deposited In
a vault that had been built tor the occa
sion. This I the la-t of earth.
lu-t recelvwl and for sale In quantities
to suit, at 1.. A. Nheclock .t ''", 77
Ohio Levee. 10:t-12-J.'.'t
Attend the ifrcat debate at the Athene-
lilt; l.llllcti.Hiilnriliiy .Melit.
Ill ci.Icbratloii of the day atler Christ
inas, John .McklKTger will "ivo a line
lunch on Saturday evening, to which lie
Invite all h1 old friend. He wi-hiM to
sec them, and urjre them to coino and
partake of turkey, venl-on, (roo-v. and all
the seaon;ible frame and vegetable.
Ik-Idc-i the other good thing", there will
be eujM that cheer but do not inebriate-
The lunch will be spread at ttJ o'clock,
and -S.iekberger will be there waiting for
hU old-tllue friend.;.
The .'rcul KKcussloil
C'o to the Atheueum and listen to the
great dleii.Ioii on tliu Hlble, to-night.
lie. Hurt- llelliille, 1'lense.
The Sun of yesterday evcnlii'' conies
from the St. Louis Jlrpu'Mean a partial
report of the proceedings of the meeting
of the board of directors or tho Cairo
and St. Louis railroad company, and re
mark: "Wc de-Ire to say, that It seems
to us that some or our iieople are more
Inlere-ted in the Cairo and St. Louis narrow-gauge
railroad than in.the prosperity
ol the city or Cairo."
Thl is Indellnlte. We think we know
what The Sun means, tint we would like
our neighbor to be a little more definite.
It" The Sun means to insinuate a charge
upon the re-ideiit directors of the Cairo
and St. Louis railroad company, will The
Sun please say so? We are one of the
director, and we wish to know whether
The Sun believes ic? are more Interested
In the Cairo ami St. Louis railroad than In
Cairo, and If o, why The. Sun bclives this.
h The Sun aimed Its arrow at Col, Taylor
and Judge HrosS, will it pleads sav so,
and tell the people why it did so r We are
seeking lurormatiou, thererore we ask
The Sun to be more deliulte in Its
charge. Do, please.
Mr. James Oreaney, proprietor orthc
Mayllower saloon, corner of Nineteenth
and Commercial avenue, will, this morn
ing at ten o'clock, treat his friends and
customers with an excellent lunch, eon-
istlug of roast turkey, salad anil other
'llxlus," .Mr. (. hopes to see a large at
tendance, nnd guarantees alia good time,
Hon, D. W. Mttnii returned to tills-
city jenterday from Chicago, ' ere lie
has been for tho past month.
Judge Allen, or Carhond !, w.i in
tho city yesterday, lie was on lti way
home from Vienna, where ho lias been
attending tho Johnson eouiitv circuit
I). L. Hlvers, of tho Humboldt (Kv.)
Journal passed through Cairo, with Ills
bridu of a day, yesterday. Ho was an ex
ceedingly happy looking man.
11. A. Xeal, i:,(j,, mid Co). CofTey,
both of Kentucky, called at Tin: Hullk
n.v olllco yesterday, Mr Xeal is iuter
cslejl In tliu Ilurgess and Underwood dis
cussion. John l'inloy, who some two year
ago was noting as temporary station
agent for tliu Cairo and Vlneennes rail
road company at Vienna, and who, dur
ing that time managed to mako away
with some three or four hundred dollars
of tiie company's money, is said to be at
present at Koehester, Xow York.
Tlie Illblu Ilulmte.
Iteineinber tho great Illblu debute nt
the Athcuvum to-iiight,
ioilnir r.xerclici nt the Jllgli Nelionl.
The elo'lng exerd'ci of tho High
School took place Wednesday allernoon,
and were attended by n large iitiinber of
our citizens. About two o'clock Prof
Alvoril called (lie school to order, and f lie
exercises were oiiencd by a song, enll
tied "We Come With Joy to .Meet Vou,"
by the whole school, Mis Jcsslu JlillIIJ
presiding at the piano. lcorgo Clark
then took the Mairo uud l.lv. red an
original aildrc", which v i ,i...'iicry
well imd would liave dune credit to mi
older hind. Till was followed Iiy a dec.
lamallou liv Hgbcrt .Smith, entitled
"American Literature," that was d
uvereii very eiciiuaiiiy. 'i lie next was a
'elect ffr.rnian reading, by Mls illta
l'os, cjilled "A Thunder Storm," which
was praUcd very highly by tho'o who
understand the Herman language.
J Ho geographical exercles were con
ducted by Ml Com Hlr.itton, and were
highly praUcd 'y all present. Mls Jessie
i'hllllsuuil Miss Ida McDaiiiclslhcu )icr-
foniied a vocal duet, which was very
pretty. Mis hil.i .Martin favored the
audience with a recitation, which was
very well done. The next In order was
mieisayoii "Woman' I'lght," by Mln
Ktta rn, who handled her subject as If
she understood what she was talking
about, nnd left the stage amid the looil
npplauc of the lUteners. Mls Mollle
(,'avender, who docs not agree with Mls
Fos on the womaii'u rights Miblcct,
read an eay on "Hoy's IMirliti." which
was very pithy and lecclved apl)lail-e
from all sides. Ml-s Klla Fr.izler wa
on the progniuune for an cayou "filrl's
nights," but for some reason that vouiiir
lady did not put in an ame-aranee. Ms
Hoe Winston then took the stage, and
concluded the debate on rights by read
ing an e.-'ay on Hlghts in General, which
was well eompow'd and very nteelv de
livered. A duet by Mi"e i'aco and
I'hlllls was next hi ord. r, and wa int-
formed very kllfullv. MNs Daisy
llalllday then read a poem, enti
tled, "Little Jim," which, for one so
young, was read remarkably well. Ml-s
lelo I'hlllls anil John Wood read
the high school monthly, which con
tained some very well written articles.
Hid Were rendered by the readers in a
very pleading manner. Miss Mary llar
man rwul a poem entitled, "The
liKjulry." that was very creditably read.
notwithstanding that young lady was
very much troubled with a bad cold. A
debate then followed bet ween f.i.or-n
.'lark, Ho-e Winston and Hiuma .lame.
illlrmathe; and Kghert Smith, Ktta I'arr
and Laura Hendrlck. negative.
nuoji.-ct no wa the greate-t
man, Napoleon llonabarte or
George Wa-hhiL'ton." which was very
(khI, though rather lengthy, ami wa de
cided hi favor ofthe negative. The next
waa poem byMU ICate Alvord.entltled
I'octry in Our Days," which she read In
clear, dl-tinct voice, and was highly
complimented, 'i'he- exercises clo-ed
with a song by iheMdiool.
'i'he teachers ofthe High School de
serve great credit for their untlringcirergy.
.Mis.Alvordln particular should liehl'dily
pral'ed, and we feed that though we can
but do w In a feeble manner, It would be
doing the lady Injustice not to give her
the credit which he so richly de-erves
for the interest she ha shown In her en
deavors to bring her pupils lo a point of
xeellenco and skill In their various
tudie., which a teacher seldom succeeds
A splendid Chii.tmas lunch will be
prcad at half-pa-t nine o'clock thl
morning, at the Arcade saloon. Kgg-
nog in abundance, and every seasonable
oiiile tor the table. Everybody Invited.
Don't forget the place Washington ave
nue, opiio-lte the courthouse.
I.OL H C. HKlinKRT,
THE WAR OF W0ED8.
I'lirlMLnii, lluriceii, nuil (lie lull
The diteus-lou now progressing at the
Uhelieum between Mcssr. Cnderwood
mil Hurgcss Is exciting great Interest in
The debate on Wednesday on tho ques
tion: "Is the Hlble Historically rntrueV"
as warmly contested. With great.
unanimity, tliu Infidels give the victory
to Mr. I'nderwood, their champion: with
qnal unanimity, the Christians give the
IctorytoMr. Ilurgess, their champion:
but all agree that the last-named gentle
man I the most eloquent. That botharo
learned no one will doubt; and that any
one who listens to them will bo enter
tained, we have no doubt.
We cannot and would not if we could
give detailed reports ot tho debates, but
may, ir we do not change our mind, or we
are not too busy, jiV(. a summary or the
dlsciilou and our impressions of the
debates their manner and matter.
Last night the crowd at the Atheueum
was large, and tho Interest was sustained
Uintil tho conclusion ot the debate.
This afternoon and to-night tho wordy
war will go on, nnd all should hear it.
Miss Maggio Gamble, daughter of Hon.
J. P. Gamble, nnd Mr. Hcnjainln Jenkins,
all or this city, were married hi the Pres
byterian church Wednesday afternoon,
'i'he hour appointed was 1 o'clock,
-sharp," but owing to the detention of
one of the carriages or tliu bridal party by
mi unrortunate occurrence on tho way,
tho ceremony was delayed. 'i'he
congregation waited patiently how
ever, ror the party; they ar
rived at two, and consisted of the biido
nnd groom, the parents ami young broth-,
ers of tliu bride. The bridegroom sup
ported the lady's mother and Miss .Mag
gie leaned upon the arm of her father,
Thu itcv. Dr. Thayer performed the cer
emony in his; usual Impressive and elo
quent manner. The w ords which made
the twain onu wero brief, and tho party
left tho church Immediately. Tin: Iki.-
LCTix extends its hearty congratulations
nmi nest wishes for their future prosper
ity to Mr. and Mro, Jenkins.
The Inclined I'lnnc liicitlin
Sometime ago, n. gentleman Interested
In tho Cairo and liiecnnc railroad com
puny prepared a memorandum ofagree-
inent, looking to n, connection between
that railroad and tlio MlssUsippI Central
and Cairo and Fulton roads over the lands
or the Cain and St, Louis railroad at this
city, 'i'he board of director of the Cairo
nnd St. Louis railroad company expressed
a willingness to permit the proposed con
ueutlons to be made over Its lands, but
was not willing to concede rcrlaln
deiiniuts made by the representative
or the ( ulrii nnd Vlneennes railroad
company. This resulted in the breaking
off or negotiations, and much III reeling
was created nniong the parties hi Interest
by the failure to consummate the pro-
pocil arrangement, in tliu hojHj that a
satlractory compromise might be arrived
nt, negotlat.ons were resumed, and
Mer.. Xewell and Mori 111 met the Cairo
and St. Louis directors at St. Louis on
Tueday hit, nnd submitted nnoiher pro-
po.uioii. ine ooarci, alter considering
the proposition vareftdly, concluded that
It would not be exedlelit lo convey the
half-Interest in (lie ownership of it lands
demanded Iiy the O. and V. road, to that
company or any person or person?, and
adopted the following !
il'tolceJ. That. In lint nt.l iilnn r,f tin.
board It 1 not .'viMHU,.nr in
Interest ill thu ownersliln In Hi.. il,..Ti
grounds at Cairo to any mtmiii or com-
i-.iii.,, mu uiai an armngeinsnt ny which
a portion Of Ihe-ii t'rnninld .....iM 1... ......I
by the Cairo and ViiweiiiH's railroad com
pany, oranyother railroad transportation
oinpany, tor the iiurnn-e of nu Inclln..
to the river and the connections with
other roads In Kentucky or Missouri
WOllId be IllL'Mlv li..1r:ilili t,r,,vl,l,ul 1,
Incline Is soioeated a 111 the nnlnlnii
the engineers of our road would not lm
pair to an Injurloii extent or otherwise
meet tiie Dii.iiie.s of our road.
A motion was then made to accent the
proportion made by Xewell and Morrill,
subject to the conditions or the above
resolution", but the motion did not obtain
a er.ond and could not lie got before the
It was then moved to lav thu nronosl
Hon on the table, and the motion wuscar-
ried with only one negative vote.
Alter this action a tnemlx.-r of the
board offered the following, which was
auopied ny a unanimous vote:
WllllliKAM. it i deslnililn Hint- n ,-nn
nectlon should be inado at Cairo between
mis roan ami ro.uistennlnathir at Cairo,
and with mid terminating opposite
Cairo In MNsourl mid Kentucky,
Ji('.icei, lliat the president nnd
Jie-r. rayson , Co., lie and hereby are
authorized to make such connection with
anyroad or roads terminating a above,
and to give to such road or roads perpetu-
;il rifflil nf .,... ,1... I I . i- Ji. '.
ii right or way ever the land of Hi enm
liany at Calm, and all the privileges nec-
--.. i., huiki; such cuuueeiions niimuc
tory and useful to the coiiuectlng lines.
Vesfenlay was sunshiny a
iiii.- .sn says we were sold. hecauc
oil It- authority we stated that C.isey, the
-ew uneaus JCadical, wa- at the St
Iberaflle ror Hud .IJoydV shot-gun
.ioie on, accorniiig to nppoiutment,
Vwlnesday night, anil was won by Jell'
Would we were a boy again, and had
the old faith In Santa Clans-mysterious
aim uuerai old fellow that he was. Wa
Ye; for with years the pleasant belief In
his existence ha down away.
The Kplcopal, Presbyterian and
Methodist churches thu St. Joeph's
'chool and many private families Christmas-Treed
last night; and hi a Christian
like manner told tho little children that
Santa Chins had done it all.
Turkey, mince pie, celery, egg-no",
Milwaukee lieer, llin and a headache to
morrow ! This w ill be the history or to
day with mot of us. We will Mull' our
selves and get drunk because Je-u wa
born 1871 years ngo.
Why should printers work to-day
when all other people are rejoicing'?
They should not; and In Tin: Huu.r.Ti.v
olllco will not. So, our printers will have
a "Merry Christmas," and all of them,
from boss to apprentice, avoid the merri
ment that result iron, f.jrjr.nog.
The ralllefora cow which came on
at the saloon or James Oreaney, Satur
day night, was largely attended, and the
uilinal wa won by a Mr. Allen. He
being a bachelor, and having no u-e for
tho beast, disposed of her to some one
pre'cut for thirty-live dollars In green
It has been '.determined to hold a ses
sion of tho debate on the Hlble to-day,
(December 2oth) nt '1 o'clock p. in., for
thu purpn-e of giving more time to the
dlsciis.ion, which lias created a great
ileal or Interest nnd is drawing crowded
hou-es. Itoth disputants nro very ably
carrying their part.
'Michael Hays, an employe of the
Cairo & St. Louis liallroad company, had
both his legs broken below the knee
while working about the construction
train on that road Wediic.-d.iy night, and
was taken to thu hospital, where he Is
now receiving attention at thu hands of
tho Sisters of Charity.
Egg-nog in thu old time when we
were hoys together was thu tavorlio
Christmas buverage. Hut with old ago
comes tho love of Mr.dght whisky or
temperance. In cither case, tho pleasure
of egg-nog havo passed away nover to re
turn. Temperance has destroyed the
pleasures of egg-nog for its, Who dares
to laugh lucreduloii-ly nt tills assertion ?
Wednesday night, between eight and
nino o'clock, a crazy man raise ?pdtu an
excitement on the levee, by screeching,
running about and raising a fuss gen
erally. Chief Mcllnh1, after a good deal of
trouble, succeeded In getting lilin under
control, but not until ho had hired n dray,
stretched llio crazy gentleman upon It,
with bis feet lied to cither shaft, and his
hands tied to tho dray plus, where ho
struggled and yelled until lie was Kilcly
lodged in tho county Jail.
Tho Episcopal church decorations for
the Christum festivities aro very beauti
ful. Thoy were prepared for festivities
for rejoicings for Joyful thanksgiving;
but yesterday, while the funeral cere
mot les or the late Louis Jorgeuseu wero
beli.tr performed In tho chuiclklmll. thoy
1 teuned out or place, untlUhc imagination
found In the wreaths and eros.... n,
greens and the red and white berries,
the language or hopo-tho cheering
words or promised Immortality. The
green garland seemed to ay f the wall-
.hi . , ,!H,,;?" ,,,K,i"1' w
"Hhall lie liver''
And the answer was:
compositors of Tun nfi.i.niv
news-room were the rcc)i,l...,n
night, of n pitcher or good ihetr, tic
shaiwofpgg-nog, rrom Mr. Win. Wei.
proprietor or the St. Xlchola hotel. We
should like to repeat nil the boys had to
say in tlio way or thanks to Mr. W. for
his rcmcmbrniii'c or them, nmi i,. m.
Ihnniie L'ngllsh, who concocted the 1 lev
erage, but, at tho present writing, the
wrilcr or this Is too full for utterance.
Cuno, Im.s., Tiit ustiAV Kvkxino,!
I'CCCUIOlT I. IS, 1. I
'1 he Weather wns fine and clear to-day
mid bid filrfor a pleasant Christinas to
morrow. There Is very little chaum: in the mar-
ket. 0.i 1 8 are plenty and weaker : hire
rs are offering but r,lo to-day and are
not anxious at that. Corn has declined
V'ik; and cannot be quoted alio e 7"c to
day, with no buyers In the market. This
Is all owing to the unsettled stale of
alliilr. at New Orleans. Eggs, butter,
poultry nnd fruit are all plenty and very
liceelpLs of grain for the lasttliree days
were, 3D cars of oats; 18 car nt corn
nnda cars of wheat.
ffl"0ur Mend should bear In mind
that the prices hi re given are usually for
aie irom nrst Hands In round hits. In
filling orders and for broken lot it Is nie
esary to charge an advance over tlu-se
There I an Inerea-cd demand for low
and medium grades and a bare market.
Iirge orders are held over for want of
upplles. Choice Hour Is very plentiful,
heavy anddull. Wenotealesof 'iOObbl,
$1 00 to 0 00; 100 bbls Mijuir, ?t II7J; 100
bbl, Si 00 to 5 75; 300 bbl. $ J 00 to 0 00;
000 bbls City Mills, $155 to fi 50; 550
bbl', $ 75 to 5 75; i!00 bbls XX, $1 50.
The market is easy and unchanged.
Thu demand l conflncdcnthcly to choice
grade. Wo note sales of 1 air choice
timothy, delivered, $21 00; l ear choice
timothy, delivered. $21 50; 2 car choice
timothy, delivered, $21 50; 1 car choice
timothy, delivered, $21 00; 1 car prairie,
delivered, $15 50.
Hecelpts arc large and the demand
very small, consequently stocks are ac
cumulating. A decline of lu has taken
place since the opening of tho week.
Sales wero 5 cars Xo. 2 mixed In sacks
delivered, 75e; 3 cars rejected in bulk on
Hecelpts are large and demand limited.
Price- are eay to-day at (He, as an out--Ide
oiler. We note sales of 2 cars Xo. 2
mixed in sack delivered sold early, GO ;
1 car Xo. 2. white In sacks delivered, sold
early, CCo ; 1 car Xo. 2 mixed In sacks
delivered, s0Id early, 07; 7 cars Xo. 2
mixed In sacks delivered C5; 2 cars Xo. 2
mixed In sacks delivered 05; 2 cars Xo. 2
white lu sacks delivered GOe.
There Is very little meal offering, but
the demand is very light. Sales reported
were .KJ bids green meal $3 50; 200 bbls
choice S. D. $3 00 and 200 bbls choice S.
D. $3 05.
1'hu demand continues active with very
llttlu offering. I'ecelpts find ready sale
it quotations. We notu wiles of 3 cars
delivered $10 5ti20 00 : 1 ear delivered
The market Is overstocked. The de
mand is light and receipts large. Prices
are weak. Sales wore 500 lbs choice
Southern Illinois roll, 25g,2.c; 1,000 lbs
-iiw i-.i.-,. ,.i..,i in. i niA n.j
IrtVII. ,'VV., .,.V
choice Southern Illinois roll, im io io.
100 lb- choice Xorthern roll, 25c; 5 pack
ages. Southern Illinois roll, 2:i(2.-e; C
boxes Xorthern Illinois roll, 20c.
Stocks are largu and prices weak and
lower. Sales were 000 dozen fresh, 20o;
2,100 dozen fresh, 25 to 2s'c; t! packages
The market Is overstocked. Sales have
been larger than Usual on account of thu
holidays, but dealers will find it trouble
some to sell out thu largo stock on hand
at any price. Sales were 20 dozen live
chickens, $2 00; 30 dozen, dressed chick
ens, $2 00 to $2 50; 10 dozen drcs-ed
gee-e, $5 00; 10 dozen dressed ducks,
$2 00 to 2 50; 17 dozen live chicken.
$1 50; 10 dozen live lien, choice, $2 :5i i
0(H) lbs dressed turkeys, 810e.; 10 dozen
dresed chickens, $2 002 25; 1.00J lb
dre-ed turkeys, 10c.; 300 lbs dressed tur
keys, Sc.; 12 dozen dres-cd chickens,
$1 50 to 2 25; 0 coops turkeys, $0 00; 500
lbs dressed turkeys, 10c; 10 dozen
dressed chickens and ducks, $2 25.
Tho market is full of apples of all
kinds and sales uro slow. We. noto 25
bbls good wine paps $2 iiO&i 00 ; 1 15
bbls choice $3 003 25; 25 bbls Southern
Illinois apples $2 50; 10 bbls Southern
Illinois apple $2 50 ; 70 bbls Michigan
apples $3 50.
Plenty and dull. Sales were 10 bbls
choice $12 00; 0 bbls $1)00, 15 bbls
The market Is easy and unchanged.
We quote prices the saniu as at our last
isue, but weak with u tendency to de
cline. We quote clear sides, dry salt, lOj
lOJc ; fehouldern, dry salt, 77je ;
bacon hams 1213c.
Potatoes are plenty and quiet. Onions
tiro scarce and In limited demand. Wo
note sales of 60 barrels choleo peach
blow potatoes, $2 COS2 75; 15 barrels
yellow otilous, $4 50.
Steamer Jim Klsk, Paducali.
" Exporter, Xew Orleans.
" Hobt. Mitchell, Cincinnati.
" lllanche, Cincinnati.
" Hover and Hargc,St. Louis.
" Sle. Genevieve, .Memphis.
" Lady Lee, St. Louis.
Steamer Jim Flsk, Paducah.
" Exporter, Cincinnati.
Hobert Mitchell, Xew Orleans.
" Maiii.iv,, xcw Orleans.
" Hover and Itaifji X. O.
" Ste. Ocnevleve, St. Lou'ls.
" Lady Lee, Vleksburg.
itiVKit, wKATiir.it a.ni) nt;st.vr.s.
Tho weather Is clear and calm with
prospect, for a clear Christmas.
'i'he Ohio river roo one foot and
three Inches and Is still going up.
Ilulness was somewhat livelier yes
terday, with prospects for the better dur
ing the remainder of the winter.
I.. .1.1. !. l, .
... ..... ..iij, m mu ri'i))-trrmii cnurcn,
Wislnc-iLiy nrtcrnoun, DecrmWr 21, Iiy lti-v.
Ir. 'Iliatrr, Mr, Iknlamln K Jenkins unci .Miss
.Maggie fl. (ismlilc, all nt IliU clly.
rrcin oysters or anything clue you
want nt tlio Hcbnonlco ltettaumnt, open
lay and nlglit.
(Jo to sjpnmtv, jag (jh r,0vef, and
get jour oyster' hy the hundred orenn
trcsh every mo: ';. 12-f-tl
oyno' ..)-cr depot and reataurant,
Oyster-Hi !' ell und can, freih every
iluy, ai ..nip's old stand, between
Si i'i ..-,. n street. Cairo, Illinois
h'co' .imcnto allklndsofhentlng
' ' d sound and perfect, und
..i Injure ' y the late fire, very cheap ol
T. I KKUnt'e. 12-IC-10t
ll jou w-jiit trc'h oyMere withuut pay
lug for tho can imJ transport itinn, go to
spruii i r Ohio Levee, and gel them by
tho pall full, fresh every morning. 12-1-1
Uavlr.g given tip my old st.md on the
levee and t:ikn Kcofiler & it n's shop, on
hlKhth strert, I shall be prepared to sup
ply tlio citizens rf Cairo, with the best
meats the market afford. Please call and
sec me. Putt,. HoWAnn.
Sproit, 1"! Ohio Levee, 1 furnUhlug
oyitcrs In the right thvpe. Fatntllnn can
be supplied in any quantity fresh every
morning. f 2- 1-tr
At "Our Saloon," eighth strc t, be.
tween Commercial avenue and Ohio levee
the hungry may find all kinds of edibles
herring, sausage, siiccse, ,1c.. and the
thirsty the finest or wines and liiruor,lre..i
laijcr beer, and the best brands of eigirs.
Alt. utile bar-keepers arc always on hand ;
and the lurch at dally, at ten o'clock, Sun
days lne'uded, is as flue as any In the clt)
Out your oysters at the Deltnon co.
Joe Itoucker Is now in full toutrol of
the Washington bakery, ana having learn
ed the wants of the public, Is prepared to
supply on call all demands fjr French loaf,
lUstoti, Brown and Graham bread, ami
CM'rvthtni: else ordinarily found in a first
class bakery. He malntalnes a full stock of
confectioneries, and can, as well us any
other dealer In the city, fill ull orders in
tuear kettles, ovens, tkllleta and lids,
pumps, grain and gras scythes, wire cloth,
grates, stove pipe, lbows and a 1 irga vari
ety ot other goods saved from the bits tire,
Is now lit In;,' sold at 25 to 75 per cent below
cost at T. J. Kwmt'sJ. OMS-lG-lOt
Cakes baked, frosted or ornamented on
hort notice. Special attention gWcn to
;uc orders ol wedding or picnic parties,
The best oysters at the Delmonleo Ites
Newly-tlttcd, finely furnished barber
slop byOeorgo Stelnhouso, corner Com
mercial avenue and Eighth street. Years
ol practice have given him a light hand
that nukes a smooth shave delightful. All
who try til in once will call again. All tho
late dally papers are kept on his table for
tho be tie tit of hU customers, nnd there is
no odious waiting tor turns. tf
H you nam a good coal or wood cook
stove for below cost, call at T. J. Kkutu'b.
Iho Toy und Sweetmeat King has been
-''In behind band In making ids appear
ance this o4ion, but 1 now Inform tue Ju
lie folks and tho public generally that I
have tlio largest stock over brought to
'alro, and mn selling at prices thai oannot
bu duplicated In any city in (his country.
Toys will sell way do vii, M per cent,
loner than last y nr. Ilemember I have
not my stock lu tho window, hut have a
room 20 feet by 20 entirely covered wjlh
them; also my stock ol Caadhs. 1 Hffvo
over ten thoimnd pounds ot Candies
shipped to me liom the e"'. ucn ns never
wa In Calm i. rure Uno roixod selling at
tncnty.fh'e e s por pound. Remember
these nt oou an'' pure Candles, nu Jaw
tinukfcg, In. ill CiiiiJIcs culled "liome-
luado " I a l ive over four hundred
p i .i..l . jud three layers of ll.itsi
n .jrd and Oranges at prices that
l cor Ion. Itemtmher this Is no
. i. lad. Call and examine fur
jU.irn'f. Putt.. ijAUr.
"unor Eighth St. and wnsliliiijtuu Ave.
Iteduccd prices! Clothing, Hats, Caps,
Hoots ,t Shoe, at Haiuwhns.
Eiour-yoar old itourhon. only at the
Crystal siloon, corner of Sixth and Com
iierclal uveuuc, 12 tt
l))Vfn, down they come tho prices of
stoves and tinware at A. Hallcy's, No. 1G
und 170 Washington uven'l", 10-12 3-lni
Good single rooms on the upper floor at
tho Saint Charles can bo had, with board,
at the very low rato of per month. Two
largo family rooms, fronting on the Ohio
river, can be secured at 91)0 and ?tC0 pr
mouth. These looms aro double and vory
Ho, ror good bargains, at A. Hulloy'i,
Ho will sell at greatly reducod prices for
tho noxt thirty days. Xo, 10s and 170
Washington avenue. 10-12-i-lin
The largest assorteaent of Christmas
goods ever brought to Cairo, will bo dU
played on Monday, December 7th, nt
Mcjrs.3chlcht.t Ulrlcli havo returned
tot'alro with their CliemlcidandUleam-Dyc-Ing
cstahllsmcnt, and taken up their quar
ters at the old itand, on Commercial ave
nuc,cornerElitithtrect.rrhey arc prepared
to do anything in tbe wy or cleaning, ren
ovating, repairing or coloring sliks.rlbbons,
kid gloics, cloth, cotton and woolen
i?oods, ostrich fcathe rs. etc.. riff., nnrt ti i s-
antce satisfaction In ovory o.
The sioek remaining of tho late firm of
Parsons, & y0lf must
be closed out heforn Jsniun i.t r
Hill on hand, tho best white Granite ware 5
a one assortment or China goods, dutiable
for tho Holidays ; also tahlo and pocket
-utlcry, silver-plated ware, Ac., 4c. The
above, toecthcr with the itoro fixtures,
must bo told at above stated, and I offer
Hargalns. ,t. t. Tiiomab.
Plnln Qnetlon for Invnlldn.
Havo the routing medicines of tho profes
sion dono you no good ? Aro you discour
aged and miserable? If to, test tho proper
tics ot tho now vegetable Specific, lit.
Wai.kkk's Camfoiiniah Vinkoaii Urr
TElis, already famous as the finest Invlgor
ant, corrective and attentive thu has ever
seen tho light. Dlspcptlca and persons of
bilious habit should keep It within reach, if
thoy value health and case.
Cnnillm Cheaper Tlinn i:er.
Five pounds assorted candy tor one dol
lar ; four pounds choice candy for one dol
lar; three pounda Oakes' candy, aborted,
for one dollar. Tho Oakes candles are the
tlncst made. Toys In great adundance and
vory cheap. Toy books In irreat variety.
Oringes, pineapple, (l&i, datci, canned
fruit or all kinds, Jellies, pickles, oatmeal,
choice siiL-ar (loaf). srniD clear at chrvstil.
and ull kinds of groceries, at bottom prtcci,
'' J. II. PlIILLITd.
Iv vou want tlnp llniinra. i-n tis llio Ctta.
tal saloon, corner of Sixth an J Commercial
TWO Or tlirei! bootmaker.: pjiii find em.
idoyinent by applying at
53-12-13-tr Wm. Ehlkt.s.
CUTLKIIY at half coat at nflvatn mln. nt
Parson, Uvls A Co', Tenth street.
Mr. Winter Is busy painting some Urge
portraits In oil. Wo aro glad to eo tho
pcoplo waking up to tho appreciation of
truo gen u". A line, photog-nph ofthe Itcv.
Mr. ThHyer, on e hlhlllon, Is ilfo Itself.
Hest quality sliver-plated ware less than
cost at Parsons, Divls St Co's, Tenth street.
I.nmhcr Mill iuhif liown.
wVs we are determined to cloe out our
slock speedily, preparatory to winding up
bu.lnc",vr -jsj tn .i an kind ot lumber at
two dollar" per thousand lens than market
prices. A Urge lot of lath nnd tole wood
on hand, which will be sold at cnrrc.spouj
Ingly low rates. Wall A K.nt.
Clkau and most fragrant lluvauas for 10
cents, at the Crystal sdoon, corner of Sixth
and Commercial uveuuc. 12-Dtf
IHltOii.NB lnhoots and shoes, nt Elliott A
Miss M. J. Carson wishes to inform her
customers that she has removed from be
tween Xlutli and Tenth streets on Com
mercial avenue, one block above, on
Commercial avenue, between Tenth and
Eleventh streets, where will be found a
good line of toys and notions for the hol
All kinds of mixed drinks made with
dispatch, and most luscious to the taste, at
tho Crystal saloon, corner of Commercial
avouuo and Sixth street. 12-5 tf
Is hereby riven that default hating been made
fur inure than sixty days In the puymtnt of a
portion of the amount secuml to t paid by
certain Morlgace executed by Wm. C'assln to
Samuel Slaata Tuylorand IMwln l'urson., Trus
ters of the Cairo Lily l'roptrty, dalrd May 11th,
Its'.-, recorded III the Heconler'a ofllre, fn and
Mr Alexander county, In the Slate of Illinois, in
Hook "1"' of ileal, page ItiO, we, thcumlrr
signed, said Trustees, will, on Saturday, the
Olh day of January next, A. U, 1S73, at 1J
o'clock In the forenoon of that day, under and by
lrtucof Ihepowrr of sule uoubtlutsl In said
Mortgage, sell, at public auction, to the highest
bidder, for caeh, at the oilier liulUUni; of said
TnislecM, corner of Washington aleuue and
Ubrhtrt'iith ti-rtt, lu said city of Cairo, lu Alex
ander county ami State of Illinois, all the right,
title and Interest of said Wm. Cassin or hU as
slim, lu and lu lot numbered 3i (thirty-two) In
Mock numbered i (twenty-one) In the Vourth
Addition to saul city of Cairo, according to the
reconUsl plat thereof, with the aiipurtenauces.
In satisfy the purjKises inid condition of said
Mortgage 8, STAAT8 TAYLUll,
Tnislcf oroio Cairo i.liy J'roprtr.
Dated Cairo. 111.. Dec, 11 1S74. li-lC-U
Iahrrebr given that default baring brn miule
fr. ..lore iiiuii sixi; .lays in the pa)mentof a
portion of the amount secuird to be pulit by a
a certain Mortgage executed by Henry Dunktr
to Samuel hbuits Taylor and Kdwln Parsons,
Trusteea of the Cairo Clly Tropcrty, listed
Atrrust Oth, M, rrcordol In the itocorder'a
Oiliic, In and fur Aleviimttr county, In the
state of Illinois, In Isiok "I"' of deed, page
119 We, the undersigned, said Traders,
h in on .-annua)', mr mn uay or January not,
A. I). 1S73, at lu o'clock In the forenoon of lli.M
lay, undrrund hy slrtue of Ihe xinrrofsalr
contained In said Murtguge sell, al Public Aur
tlon, lo the highest blitdrr, for rush, at the ef
llec building of said Truth r. conier of Wash
luglon Aleuue and Klghtecoth ttiert.ln sshl
Clly nCCaho, In Alexander cuunty and .tatr of
Illinois, all the right, titlr aud lulmrst of said
Henry Hunker or 111 assigns, lu and to lot
numlered 17 (seivntren) und IS (eighteen) lu
block umubcrislil (tueut)-one) In the I'ourlh
addition to Slid city of t'ulro, cconltn totha
ri-cordisl plat theteof, with tlieu.purtnances, lu
talufy the purposes and comlllion uf said Mori
gags, S STAAToTAM.DH,
Trustee of Ihr Cairo ly Property.
Dattd, Cairo, 111, December Hth, 1ST1.
I hereby glftn that default having beenmadr
for more than sixty da In Hie payment of a
portion of Ihe amount rcurd In b (wldbya
rvitalii Mortgage executed by lieU'CC.' Cloie
lo -amuel statts Taylor and Kdwln 1'arsona,
Trustees ofthe Cairo City l'rorly, ilaled March
3Ulh, IS"'.', reeordxl lutlir llecorurr'i oillct, in
, id lor Vlexaii.ler county, in the State of Illi
nois, in Hook "i" of deed, ugrM7, sir, tbe
undersigned, said Trustees, will, on falunlay,
Ihe lull clay of January neit, A. 1). 1S7A. at 10
o'clock tn Ihe forenoon of Ihat day. under and
bssirtueuf tbcuiH'cruf tale contained In taid
Mortagr, sen, ai mono .mciioii, io me munecis
I.I.I.I. .--..h .u tl,nffif l,nM,lli.f nt
Tnntee). coiner uf Washington Avenue and
eighteenth ircet, in tam cey or cairo, in Alex
ander county and Mate of Illinois, all Ibe right,
title and lulerest of said Itcbccra J. Cloie or her
assign , in and to lot uumbercd 1 (on) , 'i (t -o) ,
a (thrte). i (four), i (lire), S (tlx), 7 (seven) ,
(eight), 9 (nine), In block numbered s (slghty
elglit) In the I'irst addition to the aaU clly cf
Cairo, according to the rreonlcl idat thereol,
with lh appurterance. to tatlsry tht purpotea
audmndlllou of tald Jlortgage;.
S S TA ATS TATX.OH,
Tmtter of the Cairo Cily IVuptrt
Dated, Cairo, I"., December Itth -