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AHUAl.UN' IJIIlCI' NO. M
Knights of l'jthhu, meets every Frl
day night at hnir-put ac.cn, in 0ld
.Urns II, OiiKHi.r.
Chancellor Comma ndrr
AI.KXANIir.lt l,Ot)(.r. No. -hi
.niicpenurn. ornir or I - r 1 1
Inlsa. ines-ta rirv '11iiifuli.t.lHi.
t luilf-nast ilerrn. In ilu.lr hull ,n
. 'ommerclat lfll', LtOttll filtth nlxl S".eiilh
lireeii. I . Km, (
-lAIKOKNOAMI'MKKT, I O O. K , mi-eta
Will Odil-rellow J 111 nntlic Hrst nhdthii
Jeasday of elery innnlh, at half-past n-ieii
John II. Huiiiths , V I.
j iiitn .mill, fit (it ft I & A l
, 1 1 nl' I regular coiiimi.iilciitloiu In Ma
aonlr Hall, rnrntr Coinmi-'i'lal airline
Vand r.lfhth air-!, on lh twrond and
fourth Momla id" each mouth.
Prcrli llaltlmorc oyater received dally
ml sn.d by J'hll. II. f mp. MW-ll-W-tt
Krn l.timbcr Yuri).
Cbaa. I.atcsslcrnnil Newton Klco, (lite
with Walters) botn well kuowu to our rill
xens, audio rtycr nlco generally, ha-a-
tnbllsbrd a lumber yard In ('tiro, oar it nl
Sixteenth street nod C'oinmen-lal n rntii-.
They will keep every description of build'
Ing uiatcrlat and -U-arubont lumber, iloo,
sash, blind, mouldings, Miln!v,Uth, els ,
etc., and are determined totll lo'cr that
lumber lias ever been anlii in Cairo. They
solicit a fii'r trial from steamboat men and
builder, and guarantee aallsaetinti In all
IYNTi:iM t l YNT:it ! I
t m. '..irnrlr.
Bprost, 1M Ohio l.tvce, is rete.lt iu,t New
Orleans oyilers every nmniins in hunt, jic
! maklnir hl own cam and pa-klii; his
own oysters, thereby utuUInn the cvoib!'
tan' charges for transportation, and It ttu-
bled to fnrnih a bettor article it a 1cm
nrice than any other dealer, l'strorlro a
home tii-titutloii, and bfiietlt joiir-elf.
lluoiili to Hull.
Eight rooms to rent on Third i-treetbe-
twein Washington and Commercial iu
nuci. Apply to William Mcllale, or at
10 lb Mijrar for f 1, lit Wilcox'..
:t 11m butter for $1, :it WlktixVi.
f lbn cillW- for SI, t Wilcox'-.
Potatoes K e.-nt i r bushel, it Wll.
Mr. P. r'itr,jerald has just rrecltd and
bat oo tale at hli ulcl room, a larp stock
of KurIIi!. ale. porter, llenri-asy Iranfy
and wloet, and liquor-, ol !l kiwis, vhl'h
he will dirpanj of at reasonable price.
I.iinrh Ktrry flny.
Ueorge Lattnsrcorocrof fourteen!, aid
Waablngtnn avenue, will fiimi'h hcraflr.
every diy to hit patrons a No. lurb, be
tween the houn ol ten and twelv'clitk.
r'reih Milwaukee beerand frarao'llavina
cl(ara to be had at bit liar at all tlin.
All Walchei, Ulocka and Jewey, (hat
have been left with mr for repair,) which
the raargei are d, will be lt dy
lift at the Jewelry atore of Mr. II. lotipt,
on Washington tvemir, and will atH- end
of thirl) daya from this date lie told pa)
vhariro. IIkhma.n Wiuk.
Caiho, lilt., December Oth, 1S7I.
I wlh every peraon Indebted to rne
call and fettle before the 1st of Jantlai,
1875, aa I hae concluded to carry on
trletly caih bu.lne-a on ami after tha
date. If settlement la not made a request
ed In till notice, the amount din- to mo
will be collected by law.
Caiiio, III., Dee. II, 1874.
Kilty to aeventy-tive dolUra per month.
At;eut wanted everywhere. Teacher",
ladle, genu, etc., etc. No cawlal or nut-
lay required. Send SO ccuti for postage on
outfit, to 1). C. Wkuhman,
tf Irtfn .Station, I'nluti County, Olilu.
The finest branun of clgart kept con.
stantly auheCr)atalaaloon, corner of .Sixth
atreet aud Commercial axcntie. 12-:.tf
Oo To WlNTKlla'tf t! AL1.KKY and see Ida
apcelmom ol photographic aru Half an
hour can be apent very pleaaanlly in view
Ing tome of the well-known facea ofour eltl
zena. Mr, W. has en hand a larje stock ol
new and elCKntit frames, suitable for hol
l'lioTOdKAt'iiM made only upon Krldaya
and baturdaya, excepting by apccial ap
pointment. Gallery open every vcnlni;
Wkm lrlh whlaky punch, apple and
honey, peach and honey, Ton mid Jerry,
imported ale and porter and the fincxt
wlnea In any market, at the Crystal esiooti,
corner of Sixth and Commcnlal ave.
How la your time. YoJ can set tictter
bargains than weru ever otl'ered before in
the line of toee, tinware and hotifefur
nishlngKOod, at A. llalley's No. 103 and
170 Washington avc. 18-12-3-lm
Kor Hoots and 81iocs of any
atile, quality or description ko
to Win. Ki.r.rn on Twenllolh
strict, oratNo.sl Ohio Levee, llu gnur-1
autucs to oaeh purchatortho itqck that ho
electa, and maiiufacttirea boot at all prices
ranging from SS 00 to 915 03. Cuatomcrs
trouble J with corni or tender f:ct, are
gUaranted an eay fit, ax boots arc llttcd to
the foot. In tho absence of Mr. Eli'.er, who
will auperlntcnd botbahop;, l'MI!lp Ihtigh
will have charge of tho Levee shop ar.l Kd.
Kltzserald the shop on Twentieth street.
Thanking hi patroni. for pan lavori he so
licit a continuance of tho same,
Daniel Hartinan Invites tho attention
of the public to the lmmeuo assortment
of new, beautiful, useful and oniainental
lroosU that will III n few daya be ills-
played at his store, comprising beautlliiLJ,
Chin tea sets, handsome cologne or toilet
sets, llohemlati va.sei,Juwel boxes, dolls
ot all alien and prices. Corner Sixth
street and Commercial avenue.
Lumber Mill Uolaif Dowu.
As we are dotcrmined to close out our
stock speedily, preparatory to winding up
builneaa.we will sell all kind ol lumber at
two dollar' per thousand less than market
prices. A lurge lot of lath and Move wood
on band, wiiicli will lie told at correspond
ingly low rates, WaU. A J&T,
IteiiKiiiIxT the llllH'rnlntf'
- Mr. rmlrnvood will kIvi-bis Itviurr
"FiiilH mid FnnelcH AImiuI (!hI," nl tin
Liberal liclMoin 1 Intl. liHlay lit 11
"'iloek. .i ' '
Tliero wllillK- flic usual aervleea nt
th't'liiireli'of Hie Kedi-eiiier to-lay nt
10 n. in. ami 71 p. in. Hy reiiiesf, the
Id'V. Mr. (Illbert V.IU reeat Ids ClirKU
nm i'niioii nt tint evening service.
Ifev. Dr. Thayer v.111 iVllvern ill-
eourtie tliUtnonilng In flu- I'tvabyterlau
luir- li, upon the fullowliix atibjcet
"Ila man ft.Soul ami Spirit What nn
tiny nnd what I llielr destination V
I'iiIoii Illblij ineetliig nt the M. 1
''Imreli In the evfniiij,'.
'I'liem Will be preae.liltijj at Ibe Ilinls-l.-ili
eliaix'l, nn Illirlitcrnth ft reel, tliN
nun iililjf iiinl LVeiiln'. nt the u-u;il hours,
! I'ldrrO. A. liurew. .Subject, morn
Iiil': "The Koiirreetloti of the Hody
and the linmortiillty of the Soul." Kve
ninu "What Tliltik Vou .r i,rl t
U'liuo So" i-
fail . .a - - . .
inei.iiniiai meeiniiror me Alexaniicr
County Itlhlunoeiety will lx- hehl at tin;
Methodist i linri;li till? (Humlnyi vteiiliur.
All llie (H-ojiie, of whatever ilenoiulna
lion, are niiKleil to lnferct lhemi lve
In 1 11- foclety lor tli" extension of tin
lllble. siiortiuliliiuaiiM will be'ilrlhenil
b.i.m the i.'.ilni. (d tln- lllble. In addition
to the rej.'Hli'r order of buslnes. Ity or-
tlerot lt:v. If. It. TiiAVb.f resilient,
A A p-gu.ar eoihiiii
f alro IahU.-sSh, XTT. .
VM will ! li Ito-iiio
. l-.niel A.
ilay) evening : " oVSoek. The oltlcers
for If'".",, "Ill Ijo InMnlled and other Im
portant biuIncH will eicii.' l'fore the
I.rv,)ge. II. V. lll..K:, Jsce'y.
IntheriK'k-flght which took iilncc on
nirl'tnias day at the cock-pit, corner ol
I'hlrty-fourth .-trccl and Cnuiiuerdal ave
nue, iftween the iris,!! ur.iy and Uerbv
Mock, (he Derby came out victorious.
The Irish fJray Mnngs to Mr. O. Hough-
ner weight 5 oiuuls; the Derby s
owned hy Mr. Jamei Suuiinerwell
weight i poundi. The I) rby I tlll In
the ring, aud will '-ouiM'te with any
chicken of hi weight. Any oinwish
Ing to accept Ibis elialli-nge will answer
through Tin: lIci.txiiN or Mr. Jaine.i
Tlie ''Hard Times Tarty', lole given
by the -ranlc Club" nt the fct. Charlen
hotel, will ;io doubt Ix; one of the largeat
nftiilri of the kind that Isw taken place In
this elty for yearn, from the fact that
three hundred invitations have already
Ixt-ii Iueil. The committee ff arraiiL'e-
inents have, aitcci-eded lu securing one ol
the be't Uring bands In the city, and al
so n llrit-obw caller', thus Insuring thou
who are fund of dancing, and contemplate
atteinllu; the party, a very pleasant time.
Tickets oiiddiiiis-Ion can be had by cull
ing at ItO'bln's M ulc Ilazir, on Com-
w mat avere.
A colored mat was fm,d lying on the
ldewjlk, near tli High Selool bulldii,
Christina' inornln ,y ufin.r Woolen,
wbo.incrhuhad lhn cjiuh! for by the
olllci-r, was fniiiid u have an atUuk of
the small iox. It siw, ti:,t the man
Jiad bi-eii Mck foi three-,r r01lr day, aud
on Friday morning liad-rM to Unit his
w ay to the hospital, hut jlt.n xis u-ot as
far as the -chool liouo li t.0uhl go no
laithcr.aud lav down to res ,.n the klile
walk. Ollb t r Wooten, whA luforiiK'd,
Went nt onoo nnd took him ty the pet
liou-i', when' he was I'uriiMict with
IkiI and a ntire.
The Cairo Alexander Hunting So-lety
wH'gheaball at Schcel'a Hall, on New
Year'a eve. The society has been organ
ized but it sbort time. It Is Intended to be
a pcinmicnt Institution, asd will be If prop
erly encouraged by thi citizens. There
fore It ask I them to join in this ball, in cele
bration of the coming New Year, and in
this wayglve the peciinlaryencouragement
to the society, necs,ary to put It upon Its
feet firmly. Ticketa one dollar.
The German pchool exhibition, Christ-ma-
night, was largely attended, the
house being completely packed. The
exercises consisted of spcechus, dialogue,
hinging, etc., in both flerman and Eng
lish, and were very Intere-tlng. Tins
play called the "Village School Teacher
of Saxony," was very nicely performed,
each scholar tielng perfect li Ills part
'1 ho vlcce eniltlcd the "Tour Sca-oui'
was very vrll n-ndercd by tho pupil",
I.lna Kline. Anna Schick, Hoa O old-
Mine, and llcrlha Alba, each dresseil to
rcpreeiit the foi r .ca'on Spring, Sum
mer, Autumn and Winter. At the con
(iiiilou of the c.vi''-ise, candy, cake,
oranges etc., were distributed among the
scholars, and each member of tho school
was presented with a copy of Schlllcr'f.
poems, (fierniany's greatest poet) heautl-
Hilly bound and printed.
Judge lllrd had three eases yesterday,
hut got no money out of bis customers
They were drunkc, aud were il.pocd of
'Klchard Smith was arrested for being
'drunk aud disorderly, and was fined live
dollars and co-ts, Dm bad no money, and
went to the lock-tip.
rusioii Jirown was np ror the same
olI'ene, and was also cnt to the lock-up.
Duncan Wlnslow wasam'stedfor he
lug drunk and disorderly,, but t)iq evi
dence was not sulllcleut, nnd ho was ills
I1MI To.Moi-ro w Mght.
Itcinembcr the Hibernian ball to-fnor
ow People nejolceil llceftinr- Jeana
Oonbleil Their Vint nml Cliraeil In
In l,r n
They will do It the wicked people of
the world; they will get drunk and light
on Christmas day. if they did not n
Jolcc In this wnv. how could tlieV eJdi e
Would llmf lint III. I.irltllll, If Oil tllN
noted ilav l ' should silently -It
down, and neither ill am, .. urain nor
fctrlko a blow ; Of coitr-c they would
and olir'eltl.ci. imwHIIiig lo ho charged
with fhe'e'lnoiuerlmeof rurltaiilsm, not
only drank hut indulged lu blows, on
(jiirlstmas clay, lu particular. MM our
colored citizens glv way to uiitl-IMrllaii-
leal habits, and raise the doll. Tiny
danced and sung, and cur-cd and fought,
nnd act is I a they ought to not
Kvcrctt Parks of l.lttle Ketitueklau no
toriety, anil Frank l.oxey... Iieroining
tlmlofthe monotonous oulot that pri1-
vailed In tho cooler shop at tlio eorner of
Klghtecnth street mid Coliiniereial use-'
line, raised (pille an exelleinciil by get
ting into a light, lu which Turks m IciI a
roojier'x ade and threw It nt Covey, who
was lu the opposite side of the Miop,
grazing his ear and faking the skill off
of lliat memlxT. Covey then thought
It was his turn, made for Tails, kuoi kiil
him down and bruised him up pretty
baillv. after wbb-ll they l,lli lMl-n ,Ut,,i
and Miook hand "across the bloodv
Tom Fields, n eolorul man, who Is a
Kirfcct gelltleniali when lie Is ruber, but
whci ilnmk atiiu-ee' liim-i-lf hy pummel
Ing h cry tody who chances lo cro hl
path, ;o Into a row witli another colored
man ol bis on ii di-ipi-liion t the eorner
of HMh .slree . and Commercial avenue.
AlierlH lJiig icli oilier lu the face for
soiiii tilir-, I idv bintine tin'd of the
port, drew a knife and tickled his antag
onist In the tibs until lie g.uc up, mid the
victorious Tun went on Id wnv njole-
YYllow jscoitv'a friend anil companion,
Hilly Smith, lir.soine tva-on uuknown
oS'.'otty, insuttutl hlni, by calling him
naughty name-, whic.i did not sound like
mush; to theeai of Scouy. who forthwith
proceeded to knock th ollendcr on lilt
back. .Smith gjtupaud madeauutteinpt
toaeiige hlnm.lf, Hit again ho was re
vived by Seott .s ready Hit, and again
he ilropped into the gutter. I Ids was
iioiiili tor him, aud be gave It up af a
jad job, and here the light ended.
A parly f negro men amii'ed thein-
elvcs bv plaguing an Intoxlcateil colored
woman on Commercial avenue, Just for
the fun of the thing. The woman -tood
the (.port lor ome time, but w hen one of
the party chucked her under the chin
with a little nick, she got angry, brought
out a pocket knife and ran tt Into the Ini-
mlllc fellow'" breast, Indicting a painful
but not dangerous wound.
Jim Orange was full of benzine, and
was making tilings lively for the Higlith
trci. icoplc. He was stopped short lu
ils cirecr, however, by having a half Inch
pine board spilt over bis cranium, which
had tli n'tpilreil ellect, that of ijuieting
him lu his phiyfulnes.
Two colored men named lloyd and
Charley, were playing with a revolver In
John HcdfonTs saloon on Commercial
avenue, and by some means or other, the
dstol went oli; the hall hitting Charley
lu the shoulder, pacing through It and
lodging lu the wall. The wound Is a
very paliif.il one, but not R-rious, and
Charley is t ot going to fool with a loaded
revolver anv more.
Atre.s I!os, a colored bov about twelve
years of age, wai loading a revolver,
when t was accidentally discharged, the
ball .strl.hig him on the tli timb, nearly
tearing h rom hi, hand, lie was taken
to Dr. Sm-b's olllce, and had It dressed,
hut the docir does not know vet. w hi ther
he will have i amputate it or not.
inoiuceiii.nf tt.e African Methodist
Church was ina(.M(.wj,!lt mort. lllIcr.
ctlng hy a I- that was kicked up
by Dick Smith and !;,. udum. Dick
went to church wltliadg-j. in his mouth,
and forgot to r.., Mon
nx the hous of l'',.on,)W,,lch fil(.t
pnane u. .... u,ry troll,,v
forhU ill manner
that he had bought that . ,n M11 .
md lie wa going to do If. . , , .
up .. rau, ..en., ...iv omccrs
ot llie churcli, and therefore',.
Ili'iirv U one ..
nnd seeing no other way, he ki.j (m,
ollenslvecherote out of Di.-k
with Ills li-t. This riled Dick. ....
went lor Henry, who was ready R..
ccivehlin; they clinched, bit were p:,i"i
before they had done muci damae-i. to
each other. Not King tatl-t.d with Jie
way the matter tcrmluated.ouu of fie
parties had a warrant Issued hr the ar
rest of the other, had him takei before
Judge Hlni, tried and lined HvAdollars
and cost ,.
Dr. It. A Trimble, of Kansas, U in
the city solid ing aid fortlieGrashopjcr
MitVercrs. Ourcitlciis are always HberU,
and will not refuse to respond to this de.
iiinnd or charity.
Cock llg'.ts are becoming the popu
lar iimiii-cjient of the day lu thli city.
Tho Christaias fight was hi every respect
a success. (!n Xuw Year's Dav" another
battle will t;f;e plac, and great Interest
is being inanll.stcd among the "boys."
Some siicalrtJilcf entered the room o'
Ferdinand Aium, who clerks for M
Swoboda, and renins over the store, Fi
day night, and, stole all his clothln,',
amounting to abmt $00. Tho ungrate
ful scamp did not even leave Mr. A a
change of linen.
A book-keeper f great experletrc,
now lu Cairo, oilers Ms services to tht
merchants of the city ho miuht wish
their books posted or goio through for
verification or balanced aim n-.0iiencd
anew. Would i (itu-e willing to teach
book-keeping hy doub' entry, either to a
class or to private pupils. Address
"Hook-keeper," at this olllce.
Hest quality silver-plated wire less than
oost at 1'arsons, Davis & Co'a.'Jenth street.
THE MEN OF TONGUE.
ClirUfliui nnrfcr unit Inflilel t'lider.
Tlicy TnlU About (he lllble.
We listened to the discussion hy Hur-
gessand t.'nderwood of the fiuestlons:
"Is the lllble Historically Untrue;', and
"U the lllble Scientifically Cntrue?'
Mr. i .1 r.Hiod afllriueil nnd Mr. Hur
We were expected to be very much In
teresieii in these discussions, hut we
emibl not be ; Wniise In the first place,
wc believe no good will result from the
debate, and, next, became neither of the
disputants manifested any considerable
ability. Mr. Underwood has at Ids
tongue's cud all tho clap-trap of lulldcl
Ism. He asks, as nil Jnlldcls
do, with a wle look', "How
about the ark V" and, "Where did Cain
git his wifer" and "How about that
miraculous conception?" Heshles this,
he mattcr a little In geology and as
tronomy, nnd mathematics; talks about
tne mil philosophers ; oars above com
prehension and evolves mysteries, leading
hi hearers Into Jumbled terms of mean
lnglc Import orliieoinprelienslble meali
ng. All this he does lu a school-boyMi
manlier, without force, leavlnir upon hl
audience Hie impulsion Hint he might
have done much more than he did do an
Impression of di-satl-fiicUon dllliciilt to
Mr. Ilurges U a tall, black-looklng
man. He bears Iilinsir swaieerlshlv
mil ii-cs his tongue with some skill.
IMilently he has a little learnlm.' him
tasteilat leastoftheTierlaii spring, and Is
imxloiis to air Ids knowledge. When In
got hold of the Hebrew word forllnua-
merit he stuck to It with all the tenacity
if a cockle burr to the wool of a sin-en.
ill- manlier In this part of the discussion
was oppressive. It seemed to say:
'You ec, my dear hearers, that 1 am a
Hebrew schola.. and this fellow Under
wood Is not. A Hebrew scholar-Is a
great man, and you ought tobeMirprlsed
lo learn that I am gnat In this way
a- well as In so many other respect".
Therefore and I ask your particular at
tention to the force of this point the
lllble Is not sclcntillcally untrue."
Underwood Is not strong, nnd Hurgcss Is
not weak. Underwood lacks force because
he is a professional debater without or
iginal genius, lie Is uot learned ; he Is a
".tuffed" disputant. Ihirgess li not
weak, becauce he Is emphatic, aud be
lieves a pithy sentence, flavored with a
little rudeueas or barcatm, Is better than
nn argument with a mixed audience.
When Underwood say-: "Flood!"
jiurge-s replies, Willi a sneer:
"Nell, what of it? You can't
prove that it was much of a shower alter
all .'" When Underwood says : "Mo,es
was not scientific because he believed
God made light before he made the sun,"
Ilurge-s says: "This Is a- I expected.
Mr. Underwood asserts hut he produces
no authorities. It Is true he has occa
sionally ventured to quote from straps
cut from the dally Dawn of Creation,
a very unreliable pajier; and lu this way
sivks to put Moes down. I have read
from Herodotus to prove that Moso
knew what he was talking about, but this
authority Is bri(hcil aside. In view of
tlice facts I ask you If .Mr. Underwood
has not failed to knock the pins from un
der Mo-es, who on the mount tood face
to face with .Jehovah, while round hU
head (lie lightning Hashed. I am surprised
that the gentleman Is so weak,
and I ask hlni to rle up now, If he can,
and at my expense of time dare to tell me
that this argument that I have made In
favor of Mo-es Is not as .sound as thu
eternal bills. Ah, the gentleman docs
not accept the invitation. It is as I
thought." Then Underwood apolo
getically replies, and weakly flings tho
Hood about again, "which Hurgcss
gathers together and puts Into a wash
bowl, exclaiming: "Shall this great
book be put aside for o small an amount
ol watery Never !"
Aud sx on. Of course we oiutiit in I. ,
delighted. 'We ought to say : these are
great men; but we can't. We don't be
lieve they are.
Clirlitiuni la Ou r.
The Hibernian ball comes oil" next.
I'emember the time and place Monday
evening, December 2Sth, at Scheel's
Washington Hall. The managers are do
ing all in their power to make It an en
joy ablo a flair. T. O'l.ouiiin.i.s,
lu henrcli of S'lilenco Charlie Itoas.
herin Irvln nvelvcd information yes-
k'ruv that nboy uanied Willie Hyan was
alsluei.1 ivoni Chicago by u thief known
as "l.ng,n n nil( tUi lho aiMlm.(1., mi
abductor yvlv fH rimtt fyr CllIr0t Tlu!
shcrill got 0 wor). 0 ,jw telegraph, and
scon !i-.eert.m.,i that his man and bov
lJUlbecn In';ari,0i,dale on thu J'.M lust.,
uid were at so,,,. j,lace n lVw mlt,. ,, the
Central road. eho ubductliig thief Is
ehteen yeai. o,. luavy set) rollh.
lO'klng, tmooili face ,tl ,.m(ly C0I.
plceed. VrilUe Ilyan, tho ,lct(,, l)oy
"" iinuer tnu nnni jiiiii,ruM)ii
inunu years out, wore a nark- n 0f
iiothea, stort sack eoat, brown faded .,t
ga-en llaiini'.nblrt, wlt'i redtrlnunliiL' m!
llar, gray ejus, dark brown lnti, and
uses tne words "ills" ami "d.it" for "thu
and "that." A reward of S-2J is oll'en d
by SherllV lrvlti for the arrest of the
thief aud his victim, or for any Intouua
tlon that w ill lead to their arrest.
SIcssrs. Schlcht .V Hlrich have returned
tol'alro with their Chemical and Steam f'yc
InKcstahlbmcnt, aud taken up their ipiar
ters at tho pld stand, on Commercial uve
to do anything In the wiy of cleaning, ren
ovating, repairing or coloring sllki, ribbons,
kid (doves, cloth, cotton andi woolen
c,oods, ostrich feathers, etc., etc., and guar-
nuttc stiUfactlon'.n every caae.
ul-UM-Ot; ' "
Fred llaltlmore iliell oysttri, cvoiy day,
at the llanters' home, . Hukfnkh,
taVrrtsti r...l... . , ,
r any ning c;o you
want at the Uehnonlco llc.l.iuranl, open
'uj ami iiini.
ftr tn ti..A.ll. tn ... .
get your oytH by tho hundred orcan-
irean every morning. o.t.t(
-- oync's oysicm depot and re ataur.inl
f tv.titr. In ,l.n .l.-li ....
7' " " nn can.ircsh every
day, atl'1,11 gjup., tM ari(( ,)ftWcc
oi-.ii. mm onctin Mrcet,, Cairo, llllliol
KUU.i,rimenio allMi,Sof hcatlne
stove warran cd ound and perfect, and
not Injure, by the late fire, s.ry thnp o(
. . 1W.H111 n, 12-IIJ-lui
li you wint lreh oyittrs without nav
Ing for the can an J tran-p trillion, goto
Sproa.'a, 1 f, Ohio I.evcc, and get them by
tho pall full, fresh every morning. I2-I-I
liming given up my old stand on the
cvec nnd taken Kcoblcr fc lln.'s sIOn. on
r.iguui aireci, i auau ne prepared to sup
ply tho citizens if Cairo, with the best
ineati the market affords. Please call and
cc rnc. Tun.. IIowakd.
Sproat, 135 Ohio Le.vcc, la lurnlahltig
oydc-s in the right sfispc. Famlllns can
be aupp led lu an" quantity fresh f veiy
moniin?. 12-. if
At "Our .Saloon," Highlit sire I, be
wce.3 Commercial aicnue and Ohio levee
tlio.'uinsry imy llnd all kinds of edibles--
l.errn..', socage, cheese, Ac, and tin
hlrl) li' finest of wines and liquors,! rem
lager uci-e, and t; best brands of cigars,
Ait lithe bar-'scepcrs arc always on hand ;
and tho Itin h set daily, at ten o'clo.-k, Hun
lays lnc''ided, Is its fine aa any In tho city
r l your oysters at tho Doltnomco.
Joe Houekcr la now in full control of
the Washington bakery, and halng learn-
1 thu wants of the public, is prepared to
supply nn call all demands fjr French loaf,
uastoi, Hrown and Graham bread, and
viTVthinir elsn ordinarily found In a llrM-
l.vs bakery. He malutalnts a fullstock of
onlcctloEirle", and can, aa well as any
other dealer In the city, fill all orders In
sugar kettles, ovens, aklllets and lids.
pumps, grata and grass scythei. wire cloth
gratea, Move pipe, elbows and a 1 srge vari
ety of other goods saved from the lite lire,
is now nuns sold at sr, to 7! per cent below-
cost at T.J. KliliTH's. OM2-10-10t
Cakea Inked froitcd or ornamented on
bort notice. Special attention elsen to
the ordr ol wcddlbK or picnic parties
The host oysters at the Uehnonlco Ites-
Ncwiy-atted, finely furnMinJ barber
shop by Ocorye fitelnliou-c, cirner Com
mercial avenue and Kighth street. Y',ars
I pract co have vlveu him a lllit hand
that m kea a smootii ahavd dcliRbtllil. All
who try btvn once will call aialn. All the
late dal y paptn arc kept on his tah'e for
the benefit ol htj customers, and there is
no ciJIolis waltln;- lor turns. tl
If jou want a good csai or wood cook
stove for bebw cost, ctl at T. J. Kkhtii'b.
To nml hwcetn.vulit.
Tho Toy and Sweetmeat King has been
a little behind hand In nuking hla appear
ance tld stiiiun, but I now inform t'jo lit
tle folk and the public centrally that I
have the largest stock ever trough! to
Jalro,and am telling at prices that cannot
he duplicated In any city In (Ids country
Toys will sell way do vu, M per cent,
lower than last y ar. Hemcmber I have
not my Mock In the window, but havu a
room 20 feet by 20 entirely covered with
them ; also my stock nl Candles, 1 have
over ten thousir.d pounds ol Caudles
shipped to me irom the cast, such as ne cr
waa in Cairo b fore line mixed ulllng nt
twcnty-tlvo cents per pound. Hemcmber
tbe'o are good nnd pure Candles, no Jaw
breaking, hard Caudle) culled "home
made.'' 1 also hare over four hundred
poundaof Klzs and three layers of Dates
and Almonds, and Oranges at prices thai
dsly competition. Hemeinber this Is no
Idle talk, but a fuel. Call and examine fur
yourself. Tint.. Saui-.
Corner Kiglitli St. nnd Washington Ave.
Ilediiccd prices! Clothing, Hats Caps,
Hoots ,t Shoe.s, at ll.wtT.vu.Nt.
KliiliT-ycar old Itourboii, only at the
'Jryatal saloon, corner of Sixth and Com
sierclal avenue, 12 tf
i, o n
D)Wn, down they cmne the prices of
stoves and tinware at A. llalley's, No. liW
and K0 Washington avenue. Heating
Hives at cos'.. 10-12 "-lm
SmIiiI ( linrle.
Good single rooim on the upper floor at
the Saint Charles can be had, with board,
t tl.s- vi it '. w rate of $.10 per month. Two
l.irjje . uil) IO0IH5. fronting on tlio Olilj
river, sa'oi secured at ?;0 and 10) psi
m Mil. rheic iloius are double aud very
Ho, f . Kood bargain", at A. llalley's.
He v ill sell at greatly reduced prices for
the next thirty days. -No. ICS and i.u
Washington u nine. IC-12-Mm
The atoek remaining of tho late firm of
l'arsona, lavl & Co., must
be closed out before January ltt. I have
still on hand, the best white firanltc ware ;
a lino assortment of China goods, sultabU
f jr tho Holidays ; also tablo and pocket
cutlery, silver-plated ware, Ac, Ac. The
abuvc, together with tho store llxturcs,
must be sold as above stated,-and 1 offer
Hurgalns. J. T. TnoMaS.
I'lulu tueiMii fr Iuxnlldi.
Have tho routlna uledlclncs of the jirofes
slon done you no Rood? Aro you discour
aged and mlserablo? If lo.test iho piuper-
Hps nt the now xeaeliblo Specific, Dr.
W'Al.V.KU'a CstllOll.MAS VlNKQAIt III T-
TEiib, already faiuoua as tho Uueal Invlgor
ant, eorrectlvo and alteratlvo thst has ever
soon the Utiht. Dlapeptlcs utid person of
bilious habit should keen It wlihln reach, If
they vaue htaltli and eac.
Two or three lwotmakers can Und em
ploymcht by applying at
oM'MlMf Wm. Kiileiih.
CUTLUnvlit half cost at private sale, at
Parsons, DaU st Co's, Tenth street.
Mr. Winter Is busy palntlris ome large
nortralU In oil. Wo aro glad to seo tho
Dconle n-iklna- un to the appreciation of
truo genius. -A fine photograph oftho Uev,
Mr. Thajer, on exhibition, It life Itself.
lr you want flno liquors go to the Crys
tal siluon. corner ol Sixth an J Commercial
CI.KAU and most fragrant Havanas f ir 10
cents, at tho Crystal siloon, corncrof Sixth
and Commercial avenue. 12-Mf
AM. kinds of mixed drinks made with
dispatch, and most luscious to the tatc, at
tho Crystal saloon, corner of Commercial
avenue and blxtn atrcol. 12-i tC
For sale by the Cairo City Gas Com
pany, one small, second-hand engine.
Apply to ti -p. OKitoii.i,,Supt.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS,
.m,rlJ"."l"J",,,w,ll,.' ruTl'tdat myornre
I nlli ao'clk.p. m ,r.rsamnuy, the ceond
,.,-",i,'iKm",tY,.A W. tor nirn.,litin;
ituleiials . urdutnit tlie work, or iK.th.ror the
Uiiistiiwtfoiinrii new sidewalk on if.e mull,
llilcor III rl. 1 1. Ill strn-t, lutwis-n Wnslilnnnn
avenue and Walnnl .Inst, and r.ir the m-oii-alrurllnnnrtlielullowliiK
nn the westerly side of Comnierelal Mrmie.
UtmriiSiUlieiilliniid -m vi nlirnlh atm-ia, nml
on llie norllirrty lili; of Seentwntli stni l, Ik
Iuitii tiiinniereinl lUi nue nnd rii.ir sii,.
salil sI'kMalLi In U; colistruetisl nnd lecon
Siiili-I imHnuls as nlmr will also tie rr.
eelnslriir liiriilsliln Hie iiiulerlid or ilolnir llu.
irk, orliolh, li.rilie eonslniclinii of u brlrk
Idewnlk on tin; wisleily side of I uliiin. irlnl
. ."i.lie, Is-iwien s-rveiitit-iith nml Klirlitrentli
.tin ta snld i -Is stun dirfcctisl In iht
i Ity ( j.imoli i iiy r i nlro, and will l!
nitned ni h i,rsld ( nunrll, In Is-ln-M
onaidil ' t nr.lnniiary. A, t) PCS. All
irn.i . made In arennlnnep with the
jirnil.l. ii. ,.iln jiirnt, nnd sMv.lllnill.iiiMil
ilnllnnnce iU, neiiiini-l NotenilsT llh, A
l Is74, V eh oitllnanet-ls now on Hr In my
unirv, ,jii t in I'Miinliiatlon at uny tUw I he
- ii j i.iinru iivrnin the right lo rrlirt hiiv mid
C'nlni, Ills , Ike
City I K i k.
t on N.ii.i:.
Uhiribv irlen lhal ihfjiill lm fur? lun mils
fnr luon- than sll ibns In the imiiiirni .ifn
I'iiiimiii ! (Hi; nnioiini sit-ii'r.i i,nia iiy a
certain .Mnrtirasi! exirillnl hv .Mirlu..! Mmii in
""itu' i .-in... inii'iiniri r.iiniii 1'ursons. J nl,-
iis-s oi ine , rim Liiy rnqitriy, nalnl slrlnla-r
inn, i.-s.i, rernniisi in ine iimmler I'lllre, in
anil i.ir nii-.iinn r eouniy, in llie Mateorllll-
hois, in in hik in niiiis, sijre jui,ric , We,
the underslKiivd, said Tnistn-. w ill on Sntnr.
djy. theWhiU) i Mmnary, nit, A I Is7a,at
lOo'elocL In tin- fuu-noni. of th.tliLiy, underand
, hum- vi nn- iMiiirrm saie ronianieii in said
Jlnrtratre. mII.iiI 1'iihllc Aurtlun. to llie hlirh-
'f lildilr, fur cash, nl Uir olllce Imlldluirof
-i'i iii,ut-i, i-.iniiToi lin.ninirion AVrnueaRiI
hlchleenlh slns.1. lusnld Cltvofl nlro. in Al..
nndir eouniy und Slate of llltnola, all therlrfil.
Iille ami InhTeil ofsnld llichael bgotl or l.lsjs.
lens. In nml to lots nniulx risl a (ihrl aulu
"'.'Iwkniiii.la-nil V! (ulnitj-uro) In the
I Irst Addllloii In siiid riii'i.r i'ni. u..
lolhe reroilnl l int Ihcirof. wllh Ihr aniintln.
ani-H, to satisfy the iiuni'in nnd r,,n,filrn r
Mild Jlcrlirairc. s .-TAAT.s I'A VI.OK.
r... i ,Trn',,T,!of.,,,'lairoi'liyl'r.ii.rty.
Iaks, Cairo, 111. , Keeemlier Iltti, IrtTI.
h"!rJi,".l that default having Un made
rrr more uun (X(y o.- i. the
''f , a ixirtlnn ef the amount
lO 1m tVllll hV ft ..rlnln M,.H,.n.
eaieulM by W Ilium t'luinlrlek to Samuel
Miwts raylorand tdirln I'araona. Tmslees of
the i.lni I tj- l'rotny, dated itbnwrv h.
lA, n-cnnlisl In the n.-onler's onire.'ln nml
for Alexnnilvr count , In the ntutool Illinois,
In Hook nfitevl.,ink''3il, e,lhe uuiler
slynwl, aaht Trualees, will, on Salunliv, the
tub ilay of .1 iniiary next, A I) leTS, at In
o'clock In the forenoon of that day. underand
iinui'vi iii.,Hiroi sun-nn., i n 1 in said
MuiUnti'. si ll, ut I'Mhlle Mi.'ll.oi. to ih,. l.l .i,.
et bidder fur end., ut llie olllce bulldlnc of
sniu tnisiees. corutror Hn-Iilnplon Aenutniid
Klghtrnth atreet, In anld I'lly of Cairo. InAl
entailer county and Mate of Illinois, ull the
rltht. tllle nnd Interest of said Wllllnm Kill-
IMtricK or lilsnsalirns, In and to lot uumberel S
line;, 111 u.ock niuuwTiii . lone) in the second
Addition to silid eitv or f 'alrn. nlrunlliiv lo ,1...
record"! pint thereo'f, with the ammrtt nances,
to sutisfv the nunsiies nnd roudblnn or
-Mortgage. h, MTAA'lsTAYI.OIt!
i.l.n i.n l-AlfsiLN-,,
Tmstrfs of the (iilm ( ity I'roirty.
Dtd, tnho, 111. , liivi-mhtr Uth, 1-JT.
la hereby piten that defMiltbaylnx been made
for more than sixty day In the imyinnit of a
jkiMIou of Iheaiuount -rurrd to he paid by a
certain .Mortinise executed hy Ihoinas U'llnrato
l-nnuiel slants 'lnvlor and IMulnrarsout. Trus-
tiofIhe Cairo City rro-rty, datnl October
i-in. i?si. reeonnsi in ine uifonier a uince. in
and for Alexander county, In the Mali- of lu
nula, in lHk ' M" ofilenla, paue'.lo, ele, we,
the undmlirned, aald Trustees, will on utur
day, Hie Hth day of .Innu.iry next. A It l-7J,ut
10 o'clock In the Common of Hint day, under and
bv xlrtue of the pot r of sale contained In said
Mnrtirage, "i ll, nt I'liblle. Auction, lo the hls-h-ft
bidder, for cull, at the oRice hulldlnjr ofsaiil
Tnntei's, eorner of W'ushliiRton A Mime nnd
KL-liliviitli Hint, In said (.'Ity ofl nlro, In Al
exiinder county und N.ite of Illinois, nil I tie
rlfc-ht, lltlennd lulerv-tof said 'llioiniis li'IInru
or his assigns. In and to lot iiumln'red Ti (luen-ty-ie.en),
in block numbered 411 (I'orty-atx) in
the first Aihllli n lo snld city nrCalru, acronl
IliK to the recoriltsl ,lul thereof, illh the all
iiirtennneea, to Mitlsl'y I he purpose, and coiuil
tlon of .aid Mortgage
ft STAATS TAYI.Olt,
Trujiis-a of the Cairo l.'lty l'roerty.
Dateil, Cnlro, 111., December IIUi, ISTf.
I hereby iriirn that default haxlnir la-en made
for inure tliiiu sixty d.iji in thu payment of a
portion of ll.e iilllolllU ns-un-,1 to U- paid by a
certain Morvuirccxivuled hy Win. tlisslnto
Samuel Stunts Taylnrnnd Kdwln I'arsima, Trus
lsitt, ivconle 1 In the flecordt-r'n ollfee, hi and
lor Alexander eouniy. In llie -slate of Illinois, In
llisik "l"' of deeds, pne lm, wc, the under
slgiiisl, mid '1 rustles, Mill, on s-nlunlny, the
Olli dny of .bum.iry next, A. 1). InM, nt 10
o'clock In llie forenoon of that day, uiidir and by
virtiieof thenoMir of sale coiiuiliml lu said
Mnrlpi?e, sell, nl iiiihllcnuetlou, lo the highest
h' I'I'-r, I'or ej-h, el the olllce bulldliiRof filld
'liiistws. corner f W'nahlns-ton nienue aad
Kiitlilieiilli ir i isiifif city ofc'iiiro, In Alex
nii'br loiiiih nituof lllinola, all the rlKht,
title and'- -aid Wm Cnstln or his as.
awn, I iiiimla-reil .'I.' (tlilrty-hru) in
block lib U (twenty-line) lu Ihe l-'oiirth
Aildilk il . i s 1 1 of I iiiio, ucconliUK In 11'
leconbsl llnriof, nllli the npimri jneea.
lo satlsfe .he piniKiM-1 und i:"-;-'l,'J"l,1 M
Mortiati-. n uriA'Isi'IAM.OIt,
.uiiriin.. KDW'IN I'AlthOXs,
7ni,leeof the Culro Uty lio'ity.
juicd Cairo. Ill . Deo. II Wl. l-.'-Pl-ld
la hereby Riven Unit d fault bailnB la-en made
for more Hurt sixty days in the imyiucnt of a
portion ol' the amount secured to be paid by a
u certain MortMi;e executed by Ilenr) Dunker
to ii.uel Minus Tuyluruud Kdwln I'uraona.
Trustet-a of the C'uiro I Ity Properly, ilnliil
August Wli, 1M3, ns'oiiUd In Ihe Iteeonler'a
l mice, In und for Alexander county, lu the
Shite of Illinois, In book "I"' of deeds, imce
lit) We, the "win slimed, said Triislee.,
will oil .-lllllliin) , iim -'o .in, in " --f i
lOClfc III I ". - ,
lllluolsrall tin- rlKht. lltU- nnd Intmst of ald
m An" J seV:...!.;;.) .A is (elk;bt n) In
l . ,,.,il'ie.l-il (twenly-oiie) In the t mirth
.f 'K.".. ' 1 " m '. ruir , : .m duu to the
. . i .(.....! .11 It n altl V.lil
wo.'bsl plat theruif. with '!'VIl,l,'lrJ'W''sT,:eU
sutisfy tl.!- purposes und ".'Ij'i'.x (.uu,
i;dw i r.xu-".-,
rrii.lecs of Ihe Cnlro City I'lowei
llalml, Cairo, 111, Di-ciiuber Hill, Irtl.
Is hereby (dun that default hailns' twn made
for more than alxtydaya lu the iiuyinintof
portion of the amount aecurwl to I lflJ,yy
execuUsI by llelxwa .1
to Samuel Mull. Tunr and hdwln I araom,
Tinslcea of the Cairo t'lty l'rlcrly. datisl Marih
3oth. I7'.', rii-onlisl lu llie Iti-corder'a odiev, t.
and for Alexander i-minty, lu the htateof 111-
liol., Ill llooa III nee, it, onKeail, we, us
u.idersls'iie-t, said Tmsleea, will, on .s-aturda,
the lltli day of January next, A t) IS7.1, atlo
oVloet In Ihe forenoon of that day. under aid
liTtlrmror llieHiweroi aiue coniainei. in su.
xfortnite, sell, nl Public Auction, to the, hlt'litsl
bbldi-r, for cash, at thiinrUi'e hulldlnt; of aald
Trustee.,, wuiier of Wuahlus'tou. Aenue una
l.ltMllef nlli nireei, in sni'l xuy oi uniro, ni.nex.
imucr cmnity and Suit, of Illinois, nil therlght,
tllloand luteieat of said Itebeceu J. Cloteor her
aaslKua, In and lo lots numbered 1 (one) , ' (two) ,
3 (tluee ,4 (r.iur),S (llie),(alJ),7 (ea). S
fuu..n o loln.,1. Iii hloek nuinlH.iMtl KS (clirhtv-
eluhtl In the first addition to the aald city of
Cairo, according to the recorded ptxt thereol,
with the appurtenancea, to satisfy thsjmrpoi
andaoudltlon of aald Mortpige.
SI Sl.XA 13 I AI l.UIl,
Truitcsa of the Cairo City I'ronsrty.
Dnbsl, Cairo, lll-i DecemUr Itth, tslt,
day. miller nnd by Urine or l ie i n anw
coiita neil In said .Mortifnire jell, at Public Auc
I i t" theblKliest bidder, Tr cash, at lb.- ot
llou bulldlnK of an d Tnisiees, comer of W usli
"to A riiue und KiKhtm.tb stun-t. In .a d
White fe Greer's
CORNER SEVENTH ST.
V UITE & OREl-n. t.v.
larK aid welt-aaVorUd .'Sok of'"
Staple and Fancy Dry-Goods
Conalattntr, In part, ot a rull Una of
Silks, Poplins, Percales,
Of overy doucrlutton and Quality.
STAPLL li 0T)S
lllrnclictl mitl Hi
11 UN, Prlisiaa, t ,t.
Notions in Great Vpj-ict,
Hats, Boots, Shoes, &c.
All aro Invited to eall and exan
ffOOda and nrfrsa lulnM r... .n v. n -,
elsewheroT ' '
F0R 1875 09
( Seeds! Plants! X
Vlmplements, fertilizers, etc.
Nnmberlng HSpaces and contalnlnc five.
Uavtful(tlortJfiaUi, mailed oa receipt.
Catalogue, without plates, free to all.
35 Cortlandt St.,
FITS CURED FREE
ANV iieraou aufferinic from the atioxc dliaua
la requested to address I)r l'ricc and a trial
laitUeof Ids mmliclne will be forwarded HlKi;.
ir rrue la a rvifuiariiliyaiclan, aud baa ma4e
the trcutiucol of
PITS OR EPILEPSY
a atndy for year, and he will HTirraut a cure by
lh ue of Ida remedy
Do not full to send to blm for a trial bottle) II
costs notbhu, aud he
WILL CURE YOU,
So mailer how lona etandlni? your caae may
he, or how many oilier remwllea may hue
t Ircnlars and trstimenlala tent with
FREE TRIAL BOTTLE.
To K ii iron or Tua Ili-ixa""-
r.Ms... i-.ini Vou will jileaxe Inform
your rvadera thut I h.ie a uoaltUe
Cnro for nonsoxuption
and all dltonlen. of the throat and I.unpa, and
Unit, by ils use in my .inrtlin, I have cursd
hundredi of cases, u-ul will die
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS
for a ea.se It will not .u-u-nt Iii'hvl, no slroc?
1 ulll send n tnlii)N FUKK to uny tullerer
I-lense allow IIUi n,. i one
know uho la anneriiitf i...n u
W Williams SI,. Nrn-Yorl
"t'iniH"tloi.nll y Ihr liest
iim or inn uinu ... a-n-
NOTICE8 OP Till! ritKSH.
Tho ever lucrcaslnir clri-ulitlcn of t'..
excellent monthly proxea Its rontlnn
ndimtion lo Donular desires nnd needs.
deed, wheuwo Ihluktllto huwmu.i) hon.v
It iicnelrates uveiy munth, wo must eon
flilorrtiTit'rn,i'ttio,,lluYcmiirJ. Tor Wf! ' '
poiiularitv has been won by no ui jit
stuplil I n-JuJlcca or ilcuraved taxtc.
The character whlih this Mairailue
sesscs orv".rii-'y,euierpnse.nriiviutuii. ,
anil literary culiurothnt haskejit pace w lib,
If It lias lint leu llie nines, mi'iiihi cau ua
toiuluctors lo regain u wan jumiiuur coin
ilaeoi cy. It rlii entitles them tn u great
claim upon thu public gratitude. The
Ms'uili c liah uouu conn ami not, evil an
Ihe days or lt4 life. lb ooklyu Ksglc.
l'ostagc ft-ee to nibscrlbers lu tho United
Harper's Jtagazlnej one year ...fl 00
1 ou includes prepayment of U. S. post-
sge by the liublUhcis.
sUUscriptloiia lu tn";i wws....v,
Weokly. or llazar, to on address for one
year, 10 CO; nr two ol Harper's periodi
cals, to one address for oue year, 7 00;
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All i xins ciij v. -.istiu. ,..v
Weekly or Hazar will be supplied trails for
every club or five nibi-cribi.ru utJlCO each,
lu one remlltvnce-, or six copies ttr fJO 00,
without extra copy; poaiage irec.
Hack number can bu supplied at, any
tlmo, . . . i. , i.
A coralline aei oi i.arpera as"isti
now comprlslnB Id volumes in mat cloth
binding will be sent by expresa. freight at
tho expense of purchaser, (or -olume.
Slnttle Yolutfics, by mall, PO'PlsJ.
(3 00. Cloth cases, Ut binding, 08 cents,
br0Pw:pP.pedr.ar.noto Py tttli .
veriltcmont without tbVexpresa onltn ot
UAlldre'iM,& BUOTHEIU, N. T.