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Knights of I J-til I:l , IHH'tevcr Vl I
iluy night lit I i;t I f-1 .l-1 seven, III Odd
Fellows' Hull, CiiAiii.r.s slack,
Hi inccllor ( 'oiiim.iiiiliT.
X,Wi d. AI.KXANDKli I.OIKIH, . 22
i&AJi- iiiiicirtiuiiiii. onin-iir,uiM-;..
f5 town. iiirf-HrW'ry 'lliiinxt iy nlghl
( oniim n liil incline, bciuccn nlxlli mill Seventh
III lltlll JKISl C,eil, I" UM-II llllll nil
sticrl V br.XT, N it.
f IMItO KM AMI'JIIJN I', I O. (). If, meet
V. in i,id-rcllo-' Hull on llii' Mi -t itixl ihlnl
'I in- ilat III ni l)' lllnlilll, ill half-pa! seven
.IllllV II IKPIIIMiOH, C r
A ( UIIOI.OIIIIi:. NO 2:17, A F AA.'M
f - MmI. I i-fifiil.ir communication- In Mn
Jk sonic Hull, corner Coiimicri'i.il mimic
' 'mill IWghth tml, mi llii' isoinl mill
fllllTlll Mllll'l.t nfencli ll.Hlltll
Now I-. your time. Von run net Iicllcr
bargains than were ever ollcrcd before In
tin line ol stoves, tinware ami hnii-c fur
iilli(iii; floods, nt A. 1 1 alloy',, No, 108 and
ITU Washington vc. lO-PM-Im
Mr. I. KitGerald li.it Jut rccclvod uinl
bus on -.ill' nt lilt sales room a large; loek
of KtiglMi ale, potior, Ili'iitii'")' brandy
mid vvlnos. mid lhpiors of nil Limit, which
ho will di.poio oral reasonable price-.
(iiio.l kliulu room mi lli: upper lloor nt
t lio Saint Charles ran bo had, Willi board,
ut tlio very low rato of $:!0 per month. Two
large family rooms, fronting on tho OIilo
river, ran be secured at M) and f 100 per
moiitli. Thctc looms aro double nnd very
Ho, for good bargain', nt A. Halle)'.
He will PL'tl at greatly rcilnccil prices lor
lliu iK.vt thirty day. No. ir.i mi l 170
Washington avenue. lll-12-Mm
Mr. Winter l huiy painting -lOinc lnrRC
portraitt In oil. YVc arc glad to nee the
people waiting up to tho appreciation of
true Kt'U A line photograph of the Itcv
.Mr. Thayer, ou ohlbltlon, Is life Itself.
I'orUool- ami .Shoes ol any
style, quillty nriletrrlption (.
to Win. Khlcis ou '1'wciitleih
street, or nt No.SI Ohio Lcvcc Ho ejtmr
iintcc to each purchaser the Mock that ho
selects, mid iii'iiiufacturrt boots iit all prices
ranging; from? 03 to frl.'i 0). Customers
troubled with corn or under feet, ate
guaranteed an cay fit, at hoot arc lilted to
tti foot. In the nb-ence of Mr. Khlcr, who
will superintend both shop", rhllllp llauli
will have charge of the I.t iee ihop and IM.
I'ltzzcrald tho hop on Twentieth street.
Tliaiiklit hit patrons for past favors he so
III ,ti a continuance ofthc nuie.
.Sen Lumber Yiii'il.
( liarlet I.ancn-liT und Newton lticc,
both well 1. now n to our citizens and
to river men Kent rally, hao e.
laMlshed a lumber yard In Cairo, corner of
Mxtevutli itruet mid Commercial avenue.
The) will keep every iloi riptlon of biillil
liur material nml ttenmboat lumber, door,
ali, Milldi-, mouldiuxt, "ldni;lo, I:itli,clc.,
etc., and ifre determined to vell lower thmi
luiubrr hat ever been to'd in Cairo. They
'licit a fair trial from blenmuoat men Mini
buildei-t, and Ki'-iranler ill-fjcllnii In all
OYSTERS ! OVSTEKS !
S'proat, 1.13 OIilo l.eee, It receiving New
(lileaut ojtert every morning In lmlk. He
It uiukiiiK hii own cant and .ck ln hit
own o).ter, Hierehy avoldliiK theexorblt
tiint eharKet for transportation, mid Ueiia
bled to furnih a better nrticle at n les?
price tlian an otiicr dealer. I'atrouie a
liomn Institution, and bonelll your.-elf.
Afler I lie t'lre.
I dtlil have a few fiot-elatt Wood and Coal
Cook sIovch; aPo l'arior, Ollieo and llo.v
llcatln stove; Sugar Kettles Oven-,
skillets and Lids; AlrdrUet Mantel Oratci
( haln l'uinpt, Lift l'limp, Stovc-pipc,
Klbow", .'nc. Sheet Iron, Tin-plate, Cop
per, etc, M'n a few drain mid (Iran
.Seythc, not Injured by the lire. Al.o a
variety ofother oods. which I am uttering
ut Iroin 2.'i to percent, below eon. Call
Immediately if you want n bargain, as I am
determined to e'o c out within ten ihy.
N". lift Conuncrcial avenue.
1U3-12-31-101. T..I. ICkiith.
D.wn, down they conic the prices of
stove tnd tinware at A. Halloy's No, las
and 170 Wnthinjtnu avenue. Heating
Moves at c St. lM2lm
Newly-titteil, Ilnely furnished barber
shop by (leorge Steinhouso, eorner Com
increlal avcniio and Liglith street. Ycnrt
ol praetleo havo glvoT him a light hand
Hat mikes a smooth shave delightful. All
who try him oneo will call again, All the
latr dally papor aro kept on hit tiblo lor
tlic ticncllt ol Ins costoinorrt, and there l
no tedious waltingfor turnt tf
Kilty to Sovcnty-flvo dollart per month.
Ageutt wanted everywhere, 'i'eaehois, la
illi'K, gent, etc., ele. No capital or out
lay reiUiml. .Send 'ii rents lor poMige ou
outfit, to I). C. Wr.i.ciiM..v,
tl Irvin Station. Union County, Ohio,
All porsont knowing themclves to ho
Indebted to mo aro rcnisell'ully reiuettrd
to pay tip their accounts by .lanuary 1, as I
am dcklrous of winding up my business as
hoou as potilble, preparatory to making a
new start. All accnunU unpaid by January
Kith, will lio placed In tho handt of an
uttornoy for collodion, T. .1. ICi:i;rn.
(leorge Inttner cornorof rotirleenthand
"Waihingtou avenue, will furnish herealter,
nvery day to his patrons a No. 1 lunch, ho
tween the hours of ten and twelvo o'clock.
Vreih Jlllvvaukeo beer and flagrant Havana
cigar to ha had at his bar at all times.
I'Iniii (tuentloH lor IiiiiIIi1n.
Have tho routlna nicillelims of tho nrores
klou dono you no goodr Aro you discour
aged nnd mlsorublo y If EO,tefcttho proper.
Hon ol tho new vegclahlo Specllic, Dr.
V.u.Ki:n'rt CAi.iroitNi.ui Vixhoau Hit
TKH8, already famout as tho Itnest Invlgor.
ant, corrective nndaltoiMtlve tlit has over
nocn tho light. Dispcptlcs and ponons of
bilious habit should keep it within reach, If
they value health and ease.
I IMDAY, .lAXl'AKY H. Mr,.
Tiik HfM.nnvollli'C w:n, llii wccK,
fnvoreil wllli n Mt fioni Mr. (Ico. I.
Mi'Cluii', ifi'iiernl, eoiilrnclliiK ugent In
lllinoN uinl Imliiiini, fur Dr. .1. Aver, the
king of iinti'iit inedirliif men. .Mr. .Mc-
Cluri'ls ii genial, eourleotit geiilleinnii.,
nlwaVH weleoine ut mi rilitur's olllir, !iinl,J
i''icel:iily o In (he (illleo of Tin: Itri.i.i:
'i in ill tills lime, making', ut lu did, n
good liiiprcttliui nml ii large eiinlniel for
advertising Dr. Aycr't ineillelnet for (lie
Cottage hoiltc, live rimni', hall, elotcli
wash.room, wood-ihe I mid n good elttern.
Located convenient to Mi'lnem palt of Hie
city. Apply too, I', ,y ii, Coinmerelat
avenue, near Sixth llcet. 1 I J-l-S-dt.
I'lly 'IV.iiiirrr,' lt'mrl.
'I'hc following 1- a sluleiiU'iit of tin--li.'ilauei't
In the iliHereiil 1'niiil, cm lc
ei'mlier III, 1S7I, n shown by tin-city
Ireusuicr" report, which wiw upproveil
nt the l.it regular meeting of Iheelty
General filinl I i
i m ucr.li inti-crci mini xn if)
I'oV, HciHunl A ( c.. InlMc.l fllwl . 1.110 4.
Onlio nml -I lymlt It It I o. , nicnt
Culm and Vlureinn It. II. Oi., Ill
ISonct rHlriiiitliin fWivI
OiiTclmvvn nml fniicl
Total Isilunrt- In Irctctiiiy ..
lc Inn mid Kicelnll'il.
Dr. W. 'I'iivvii. riivvielau nml Speeinl
Nt, of Catmcla. ullcrtliU pi-cifp'-loiiHl er
vlrifslii It- Miriout lirnueliet tutliepulilie.
Fifteen ycnr" experleneuln tliutroHtincnt
of Clironli' Di-en-c 'liicillie fleers or
Old Sore'. Tiiinor. or Svvt'lllng-, Serof
nla, SyplillW, Chronic I!lieuiiiatlm. Hp-llep-y
or Fits DIh-jim-s of tin- kln, Dls
eact of Hie I.lver ami Hjileen,
Xuiimlglu, Dl-i!flu of the TIiickiI unci
Lung-, Di"n-c't ofthc liyi', liar nml
No-e, rtorllll' Di-cn-c, ami cli-cM-e- Jh1
culiar to women and children, Di-M.' of
the (ieiilto-l.'riimry Organs Dy.-pep-lu.
and till other chronic nflii'tioiii of the
.Stoinncili nnd llovvel-. Ollht', Arlington
Noii-e, on ('ounncjrclnl nvvmio, C'niro, II-llnoi-.
'I'ovmi'- (lerniau Vegutnlile Itlood I'uri
lier, In the treatment of elironle ili-ca-ek,
can lie hail at the oltlee and of all ilrug
glst.s; l-o .Meyer Ilrothers (!. s, 10 anil
I J, Xortli S;cond -tnt't, St. I.oul.
Our old friend ('apt. licit. F. F.gun, ol
Xa-livillc, U ivspcni-lhlc for the follovv
Ing : "Our ancient friend, do Able, of
'aim, iiiiiclily sigh' he always wa
lieavy In sle nnd N -adly '.erchecl
about the i1cHirtel inuriuc glory of the
Kgyptlan Capital. In the oldeit and
golden thai, hc:-aj, stiiuneni were wont
to announce their arrival at the mouth of
Ohio by the tiring ofa cannon, ringing
ofthc bells, the sounding of the wbl-tlc,
the singing of the negro "ioo-tnri," iintl
the ill-play of color-. Hut now, ala! all
tbl- pomp anil circumstance have ad-
joiirnecl line ill. The artillery U silent,
tin.' song of the negro is heard no more,
the bell N miltllcd, the wlii-tlc -hroudccl
in an old gimtiy bag, ami the colors all
tailed and torn, scent droopiugly
to linng su-peii'lecl at ludf-iiuut. As
iiiieklyas po--lhli' the dejected captain
land-his ancient craft agalnt llalliduy
or I'lilllips wliarfltoat, and with a heavy
heart, goes down from the roof to re
ceive Duke lin-nilngcr, the -licrill'man.
ami a small armv of creditor- with their
bills and wvniiut enough to load his
old boat. Having, -o to i-peak. .-atlstled
tbe-e hungry frientl, anil Maycil them
oll'as be-t he conlil until next trip, he
proceed to limit up freight which the
same be need- badly but Is Informed
by llrad. V. (.'belley. anil the other ship
pert, that It has all gone by the railroad."
'I liuroilii.v, January 7, IS7.1.
KIpwii Indictments were returned by
the grand jury. One for burglary and
larceny, two for a--ault to murder, five
for larceny, one for robbery and two for
William T. Scott plead guilty to an
Indictment for gaming, and wai lined by
the court one hundred dollars and co-t.,
which he paid.
Angus Vaney, one of the boys who
toli' .Mrs. Irvin'". watch 'ome time since,
plead guilty, ami wa- fent to the I'cform
school for live years.
William .lonnsou plead guilty to the
charge of larceny, and was consigned to
loliet prison lor three years.
Willis (ireeu plead guilty to the
charge of assault to inurdrr and was en-
tenccil to keep .loliu-on company for
e jjhteeu months.
l rauklln I'owers plead guilty to the
charge of burglary and larceny, anil win
sentenced to Keep Oreen company for
Henry Orllllu, al-o on the plea of
guilty to tho charge of larceny, was
sentenced to keep I'owers company for
Several order.- wore entered In law
nml chancery cases.
t'ooipelillcin Is Ilie I. He ill' Trade.
Mis, Lottlo Colcmiu, Kino Laundresp,
No 12, KourlU strcot, between Washington
and Commercial avenues, does all kinds of
lino audeoarso laundry work lor huhes und
genf emcn, tinting, ,ve (lentlomen's slilrts
washed and polished. Single shift and col
lar, 10c; per dozen 80c; socks fie; two col
lars, no; two handkerchief, Be; vcets 20c;
and all gentlemen's wear, MV. per
dozen. Ladles' dresses, 25 to 60c;
tkirlilO to 21c; drawers 10. to 15c; two
pair lio.so Go: two collars Ii lollCcn:. For la
dies' plain clothes ijl 00 por1pzcn;nr In
dies lino clothes, $t;2.'5ppr.fdocu'j, dono
promptly, nnd promptiy-VdcUVerod. I'a
tronago solicited. " '
Frosli Ilaltltiioin ojXcrs rceelvcil dally
ami nold. by l'hll, II, Sauj). 000-11-20-tf
'Hie I'urlnr t'oiicei l l.nK Nielli.
The I'nrlnr f 'oncerl, given by llielrtillcs
of the K)Ico)inl church nt the llcctot y
lal evening, wnsoneof lh flnestmunlcal
entertainments to which Cairo luubetm
treated for ft longtime, fj'ho Ilectory
wn erovvilcil with personftiid every
thing was conducted In tbnniost pleasing
IVivoih who may read lb'- ii port will
plea'e hear In mind that the reporter
tloo not lay claim to any mnlcal talent,
hut mctely cprc.-ct Ills opinion In re
gard to the ability of the pertont who
took part In the concert last, evening,
lie hat never taken lccoiic of any of the
noted music teachers of this or any other
country, ami eould not ay positively,
vvhcthci- the various pieces jierforiiied
were iletcrvliig of pralc or not.
bail he not been convinced that they were
by the many compliment- lavl-heil upon
the ladiet by tbo-e who are vcr-eil In
such matters, but to his uncultivated ear
they were niiile Indeed. Ills pre-ent
lulling renders It necessary that be
should uiidi'i'-tand thee things, ami bis
liiiaiiclul condition being such at to pre
vent him from going to France orOer
many to perfect bis inu-Ieal education,
he has been thinking very seriously of
inducing some medium to materialize the
pirit of Ik-ethoven, or some other great
tiiieher, for bis especial bcuclit.
The inuslctil part of the entertainment
was opened by Hss Annie Alvonl. who
performed the very lieautlful instru
mental piece, entitled, J-The Ijist lJoc
of Sumiucr.'' In a mo-t charming man
A voenl j-olo by .Miss Annie I'itcher
was the next on the programme, and that
young lady received many complimeiits
for her line singing, Thli Is not the llr-it
time we have bail the pleasure of eouiill
uieiitlug this Indy upon her uiu-leal
nhllity, hut none have n stronger claim to
pnile than she.
"Falling Leave-," by Mi Aurilla
Cnrey, cuntled the player to the many
complimentary reiimrk that were pas-ccl
iilKui her ability a n musician.
.Ml. Katie Alvonl, who l known as
one of th" brighle-t of Calro'.s young
glrl, then recited "The Whl-kcrs.'' On
ono cither occasion we were fortunate
enough to be pre-ent when 311 Katie
read one of .lohn (i. Have's productions,
for which she wit" the recipient of the
most Mattering complimeiits, but in her
rendition of "The Whisker-" she even
surpassed her former performance.
Of ills. W.I'. Wright, who -aug the
"olocntltled "Darling," wo can only say
that she was up to her uual standard of
excellence, and none were spoken
of In more tlatteriug terms than -lie.
The "Mulligan (iuards Quadrille," by
Misses Annie I'itcher and F.lla Kobbin..
was beautifully rendcrctl.
l'art llr-t of the programme was then
completed by a -cleft reading by I'rof.
Alvonl. The profes-or's ability Is so well
know n that pf.il-e from us i- -ucr-llitou-.
I'.irt -ec.'oud of tho eutertaiiiment was
equally as Interesting s the tlr-t, and
cousl-ted ofthc followhig selections:
-Mrs. ILL. Ilalllday tvndercd Tn.va
ton1 In a very creditable manner, and
vva complimented by all.
The recitation of "The Ark." by Mr.
W. II, .Morris, was next In order. Mr.
Morris has won for him-elf cpilte a name
as an amateur in this community, and hU
ability was -atl-l'actorily proven lat
Mr-. .1. M. I.unwlen I- another of
Cairo'- most accomplished luu-iclnns,
and her performance of "Oh. as Fair as
a 1 'net's Dream,'' wa beautiful, being
prai-eel on all lile.
MI llcnnle Snyder then favored the
audience with a piece entitled "Last
Hope," for which the listeners showered
very tlatteriug eulogies upon her, all of
which -he richly deserved.
The In-t performance of the evening
wa- entitled "Ity the Streamlet Thro' the
drove," in which Mrs. ,j. M. Laiisilcn,
Ml-s Annie I'itcher, Mr. .lames I'hlllis,
and Mr. W. II. Morris took part, all ac
quitting tliem-olves In a most creditable
The attention of our readers Is called
to the notice of Dr. Towns, in another
column. The doctor wants tho most
hopeless eases, ami Is oll'oring a premium
for any that lie cannot cure.
John T. Thompson, a pii-oueriu the
county jail, while wrc.-tllug with a fel
low prisoner, yesterday, -evered an ar
tery In his left arm. Dr. J. C. Sullivan
was called in, who stopped the How of
blood and drescd the wound.
Jack Owens, who was reported to
have been hung hi Missouri last week,
came to sco u- yetcrday, and convinced
us that he had not been hung. He gave
us to understand that be wauled the re
port corrected, and wo herewith inform
our readers that we are willing to swear
that he is not dead. We got our infor
mation In regard to the hanging from the
HuzeKe, whlcb.lt appears, was mistaken,
--Wu have connected with tills estab
lishment a young man named "Jim."
"Jim" is ubiquitous, and has u way of
telling all he hears. This morning bo
told Us that the report was that the busi
ness manager of a well known institution
In this city was goiu' to lie married pretty
oon, lie s.ivs the lady lives In a city o'u
the Cairo and St. Louis Short Line. Him.
It may be true. We don't know, how
ever, that It Is; but we havo advised It
lime and again. Ills and her soul should
be two souls with but a klngle thought,
their hearts two hearts Hint heat as one.
We do not know to whom The Sun refers,
but wo believe be ought to he married.
All men not married should be. How
ever ho denies the soil Impeachment, and
says The Sun Is untruthful.
The reports of I'ollco Magistrates
llros and lllrd, for the month of No
vember, show the following; The
amount of lines nsMed by llrcus were
$57:1; by lllrd, $1100; ainouut paid ltross,
$110; amount paid lllrd, $(; amount un
paid Hi-OS., $l(i:i; amount unpaid lllrd,
$2:51; total number of days persons were
committed to jail for non-payment of
Hues, by Ilross, 20; total number of days
persons were committed to jail for non
payment of lines, by Bird, 132; number
ol' stays of execution granted lit ttross'
court, .1; number of stays of execution
granted In lllrd' court. LI caws; num
ber of perons ltcliarged by Ilross, I;
number of persons discharged Hy lllrd,
LI. llros bad LI executions lli.it vveie
not relumed. In comparing the above
reports of our two police magistrates, It
will at once be wen Hint Ilross Is an uu-relcntlngjiard-hcarlcil
man, while, on tho
contrary, It proves lllrd to be a man who
carries Within his Iiomuii a tender and
Caiuo, Im.s., Tin-nsD.vv Kvi:mnii,
January 7, IftTfi.
The cold .snap still holds on, mid hat
been steady nil the week without fdgnn of
a thaw. The river Is closed to St. Louis,
and footmen cross on the Ico w ithin a few
miles or this point. In the Ohio and tie
Mississippi below Cairo, navigation Is un
obstructed. The Ohio Is rtstng steadily.
The market Is quiet and Inactive In all
it branches. I'lourhns come to n dead
lock. There is no demand at nil for corn
and but llttlo doing In oat. .Mini l
quiet, llrm.Kearee and going nt unchanged
I'ecclpU as shown by the inspector's te-
port. lneo our- last date, have been rw fol
lows: 2s car oats: 7 ear of corn; :i
cars of wheat.
IfexfOiir Irlends should bear In mind
that the prices here given ale il-tmlly for
-iile from lirst IinuiU hi round lots, in
lllling orders and for broken lots It Is ncc-os-ary
to charge an advance over these
The market has come to a siaiid-tlll In
nil grades. There Is no demand for any
thing. We note sales of :iot) bbl. $1 b0
to o W): IKK) hbls III lots, $1 M) to IS 00; IJOO
bbis, $1 2.-) to 73; WJ0 bbN. City Mills,
$ I 50 to $0 00; 200 bbK $5 00 to 5 IW, 1
car load rye flour, $5 75; 200 bbN, $1 (X)
to 5 75; 100 bbl, $1 50 to 5 50; 100 hbls
uperllne,$l 10; 200 bbN. . I 75 to IJOO.
There is a Meady demand lor choice
timothy and prairie hay, and no receipt.
Kvcrything el-o I- dull nnd not wanted.
We note sale- of II cars prime mixed de
livered, $18 00; 2 cars choice timothy
delivered, $20 0021 00; 1 car good tim
othy delivered. $1!) 00: 2 cars good tim
othy delivered, $20 00; 2 cars choice
timothy delivered, $21 00; 2 ears red top,
delivered, $LS00; 1 car prime mixed
delivered. $ IS 00.
There i- no pcreeptablc Improvement
in corn, receipts have been light anil
-ales few. I'riec- rule steady and un
changed. Sales were 2 ears Xo. 2 white
In bulk ou track, ti'.le; 1 car ejected In
sacks delivered, 72c; 1 car Xo. 2 white In
sack-delivered, 75c: 1 ear Xo. 2 white In
sacks delivered, 7-le.
1'cs.i'lpts are moderately heavy, al
though the demand Is not large. The
market is teady and unchanged. We
note sales of 5 ears Xo. 2 mixed In sacks
delivered, 05c; S cars Xo. 2 mixed In
sacks delivered, (5c; 2 cars No. 2 mixed
In sacks delivered. (He; 1 carblack mixed
in sacks delivered, Me ; 2 cars Xo. 2
mixed In sack- delivered, 05c.
mi: a l.
There U nothing of any consequence
doing. The demand for the order trade
is not large but the supply oll'erlng U
limited. Sales ; 200 bbN steam dried, de
livered, $:i 00; KM) bids kiln dried, dellv
cied, $J 00; 150 bbl- steam dried, dellv
ered, $3 0.1; .VI hbls green meal, delivered,
$11 50; 200 hbls city mill-, in lot. $M G.Vic
There is a fair demand for all that
comes lu. Prices rule a -hnde higher to
day, closing at $20 00. Sales; 1 ear In
sack-, delivered, $20 00; 1 car In sicks
delivered, $20 00; 500 -acks, delivered.
$10 !0,20 00.
The market is quiet and unchanged;
reecipl- are light hut stocks are too
heavy for the demand. Sales wcro 12
boxe roll 23c; 200 lbs choice roll 20tJi2.V;
500 lbs choice Xorthcrn roll 22(2lc: 500
lbs choice Southern Illinois 20(m)22c.
The market Is overstocked, and sales
very slow at 20e., which may be quoted
the outside ligure to-day.
The market I- bare of poultry ofall kinds;
but little has been received tor a week
past, and the demand Is good for choice
live hens at $:t 00 ; and good dressed
chickens at $2 50c2,:! 50.
Tho market i- overstocked with apples
and none wanted. We note sales of 00
hbls choice apples $11 00; 25 hbls extra
choice Xorthcrn apples, $:i mi .mi hbls
good apples, $2 50,
There Is a fair demand forcholce North
ern potatoes and very few lu market.
We note sales as follows : Fifty bushels
In bulk, M)e; 50 buhcls cholcu, hi lmlk,
$1 00; 50 bushels common, hi bull;, 75c; 1
ear lu bulk, on track, Me.
There Is no change lu the market slncu
our la-t icport. Wo quote dry salt,
clear sides, lOJcplOje; dry salt, clear
lib sides, lOpiOJe; dry salt shoulders,
"1("7J ; bacon hums, 12J(cc.l!le; mess
Oo TO WlNTKK'S (lAM.UHY and see tlli
specimens of photo.,'rtighi'i art. Halt an
hour can be ijient very pleasantly in view
ing some ol thu well-known laces of our c.Itl
.jus. Mr. W. lias ou hand a largo stock ol
now mid elegant frames, suitable lor hol
iday gifts, I'uotographs mailo only upon
Friday and Saturdays, c.vcep'lng by spec
ial appointment, (lattery open every evening
All Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, that
havo been loft with nut forrcpalrs, on which
the caargos aro unpaid, will bo this day
left at thojovvelry store of Mr. 11. Ilnupt,
on Washington avenue, anil will at tho ond
of thirty days from this date be sold to pay
charges. HinuiAN WiLLmt.
OAiuo. Ills., December Mb, 187L
If you Want frch oyster without pay
ing for tho can and .transportation, go to
Sprout', lS.'iOh'o Lev cc, .and get them by
tho pall full, frcdi every morning. 12-I-1
Having given up my oil stand on thu
lev ce and taken Keohler .t llro'd shop, on
Llghtli rtrcet, I hill ho prepared to sup
ply tho citizens ol Cairo with the hc-t
meats tho market afl'onK l'leac call and
fcome. Pun.. IlovvAiio.
do to Sproat's, 1"5 Ohio Levee, and
get our 0)lrrs by tho hundred or can
lrch every morning. 12-t-tl
Spro.it, 185 Ohio Levcc, Is turnUliliig
oyrtft In tho tight sliapc. Families can
ho supplied In miy quantity fresh every
loo l!ot.ckcr It now lu full control ot
tho Washington hikcry, and having learn
ed the wants of tho public, It prepared to
supply on call ai demands for French loaf,
Huston, llrown and (Iraham bread, nnd
cv cry thing clo ordinarily louml In n llrst
cta.xhik' r. Ilo maintain-a full stock nt
eonfectionerirt, nnd can, as well ns any
other dnaler lu the city, till all orders in
that lino, Cakes baked, (routed or orna
mented on -liott notice. Bpecla lattenlloii
given to the o.vlers of wedding or picnic
pnrtltt. ti 12-tr.
Coyne's ov.stcr depot ami mt.iur.at.
Oysters In the shell end can, frc-h every
day, at l'hll Saup's eld stand, between
Sixth and Seventh street Cairo, lllllioks.
A bank rheck, calling for a small amount.
The owner can hfive the same by cal Ingon
John Tanncn. corner ol Washington ave
nue and KlPvli.Vl sticet. -r at
Illinois Cknthai. Kvilisovh Co.,l
(IKNIIUAI, AllK.M's OI I'IOK,
C.vnto, January 1, 1875. J
On and after this date, round trip ticket-,
now limited to II vo dayd, will ho good for
T) days from date of sale.
l!W-1.5-3t. (icneral Agtnt.
Of'I'ICK CAtltO & VlNOKN'.VKrt It. It. Co.. 1
Nkw Voitl., Januiry 2, 175 f
i'lic animol meeting ol tlie stockholders
of the Cairo and Viiicenncs K illroud com
pir.y will he In Id at Cslro, Illinois, on
Wednesday, January 27, 1575.
Hoswki.i, Mii.i.Kit, Sec'y.
.Mnlso Vn r l'iiiiill.v Iliiip,v
Ity ordering tho I'aradlso White Ash Coal,
Tho best lor grates, stoves or for steam.
All city dealers can supply ou. 133-1-S-St
ORDINANCE No. 01.
An Ordinance lc rol1c lur (lie my
meiit or cll.v Interest. bcarlnir M'nr
i a ll Is.
lie II (inl.ilniil by Hie ily Icmnril of Hie I llv
.-ei-tion I 'Hint for tlit'iiuriio-e of pnivMlin;
I'm llicaymi nt ol Clly Intc n-t Itjirlint nuirniiN,
nml the Intercut Uriv.hi, the city coniiilroller Is
licrtby lit-tnictcil mul iliiciliil to ilacc In lilt
"iniiiiul f-llmnte ol' iiioiujit iiivi-wury loitc
fruy lhi-i'ni'of the ecniionitlon" in incli
jivir I'nr the curs s75, s7u un,
imifiuit siinii'h'iit to (Kiv ohi'-tlunl, as m-.irly as
ti' r.ilieslilieile, ciflhe HTint citlt-taii'llluf city
llitciet iM'iilntr vvnniuut nml the IntcrcM llicu
iin, not liieliuliin; llio-i! the ni lut-iit of vihicli
Itulrttuly irm hint fur. In, nml hy Itiiu -K (ii)
iir."vetlcm one (I), cinlliiiiiiec Xo eliihty-nne
sj, iiiirovi-l.liily sh. s7l rroviilc-l, that
In tlie Int of tlie kiuil tlint1 )eiir the coniiiiullcr
-hull e tlui'iti' mi mount MilUelcnt to jwy the
then rvmaluilcrorsulil Interest heurlii); vvuniintii,
nml the Interest thereon.
sir.c-nos '.'. '1 he uinuimt m, estimates! bv the
'oiiiitrolltr, sliull be iiiovlilc-t fur, nmt liirhul
ccllii the iiimiiiil iiiiiniiriutliiii bill, or Hiill
iiiiiHe for caeh year of the sahl thrif vitim; nml
the amoiint -o tiiiruiriiin-l shall he eollerlcsl in
ihe general w.iimut fnreai'liof Ihesniil thuv
sjiTiov a. 'Unit S'ec-tlon tlinr of (Inll
nance Xo. i, iiiiimvel .Inly litli, '-71, I..- i.ii't
tlie tcime It l.en ov rviiciili-1.
Micnos i 'l h.it s'Ytlon four (I) or the
I ti-1 limned lliilliianre (No. H2) lieiimt IIicmiiii
it heivliy niiiemlitl, son- lo uinl ut lolluivs, lo
vvit It shall If the duty nf Ihe city Inii-inev,
vvhenevtr Ihe county collerlor of .Ieuiiiler
county shall pny over to him city tac for Ihe
j Mir IsTI, In iiiioilloii slMeeii twentr-nniit
(li'i-..) of the nmniint, or :t n'lr.i i n t .
so iiald over, Utwcen the llml, scconil, finiiih,
mill, ail' I bIMIi, items of iiiiroirliilious in s,r.
tlon one (I) of Mild Onlluiini i! No SI, in no.
ioilion tolheiiiiiniiiitsofmiiil ileint iviecllv el vj
ami the nine tvrruty-tlfths (ti-i'o, Inlanru of tiie
amount or iiiiiciunts -o imlil over shall lieil:uvl
hy the lnuixr 111 the:eiienil fuml.
-cniovS All moneys owning Into the
haiidsof the city tnnturcr for the i.ivnicnt or
reiUiniitlon of city Interest bcnrlug uamints,
shall It! placcl by him In n sei:ir.iteaml ilMinct
fuinl, unit llietreasuier shall pay out (lie num.'
only iipon the ineseiitatlon of si lit vviirninti.,
vviilth -hall lie uht by liiin, with the luliii-t
thereon, In the onlerof their lisunnce, liegtli
iiIiik vrith Ihu oldest date ami series, unit the
lowest munlier In inch series. Provided, that
If warrants are not iirvscntttl In Iheonleriumeil
hcivln, the tien-urer I- lieivliynuthorliiilnml re
iulittl to retain money in said fuml -ulllcleiit to
pay such iion-iii-i iitiHt viiimmts, unit the in
terest thereon, nml to ii'lverthe nml irlve untie e
111 lluee siii'i'esslri! cl.illy issues of Itie olUctnl
newspaper of the city, Hint he It pivpaieil to pnv
snlil vrnrmnts nml the Inlerest thereon, giving
tlie date, number, nml the iinuiii of the iierson to
whom Issued, ami that lliu Intel e-t theivcm will
cease alter ten ilayt from the dateof the II rf I
pulilirtitlon of i-alil notice; anil when such vv.n
rautsnin Ihei-enfler presented fur inviuent, In
teiesl sliallonly be allowed and pa'lil hy the
tieasiiier to the date of thu evplrallou ol said
ScctiovO. All m-dlnaiiees nml pails ofc.nll
luiueej, Inronalslent with tlie inm Islont ofHiln
ordinance, nre hcu by ivicsileil.
Appioe.,ranimrv .Mh, 1-7.1
ilOHN VVOOIl, Mayor
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Is liercby iftvcn Hint ilcfanlt Imvluii Ixrn made
rurinoiT thmi sixty dny In the juiyim-nt of
ioi lion of Hip amount secured to be tuiid by a
eertAln .Morlfc-ciitc rAcciitcd by Mirhnrl iftott to
Siniuel Stnfitu I'nylornnd Edrvln Parsons, Tnii
vn of the Cairo city Property, diitcsl Oetolier
lith, ISiH, recorded In the Iternnler'j Offlee, In
nnd for Alexander rounty, In the State of Illi
nois, InlKiok "it" ofclisils, page 191, ftc ,wc,
tlie unclerslitnut, said Tnntein, will on Sntiir
day, thfiMhil.irorjnmmry, next, A, 1) Is75,iit
111 o'clock In the forenoon of that day, under and
by virtue of thc!Kivverorcinlt' rontnlncl In sold
Jtortinifte, sell, nt PuMlc. Auction, to Ihe high-,
rat lilililvr, for rash.nt theofflre ImlldlnK of
aid rmilri's, cornrrorWnshlngton A venue am I
Kls'litirnth itmt, In said t Ily of Cairo, hi Alex
muter county nnd State of Illinois, nil the right,
title nmt interest ofsnld .Michael SROtt or lilau
"litis. In nml to lots numbered f (five) nnd U
(lx) In lilock nunilrtuillr.' (ninety-two) in the
1'lr-t Addillon to said (.Ity of Cairo, ncconllnK
to the iccoriled platthereof, with tlie appurten
ances, to satisfy the iuri"es nnd ronditlon of
-.lid MorlgiiKP. S. STAATS TAYI.OIt,
Trmlein of the Cairo Cltv J'roiierty.
ll.itcd, Culro, lit , December llth, la7l.
Is hereby given that clrfaiilt having been ninile
for more Iliau sixty days In thu pajmrnt of u
IMirtlmi of the nnioiint secured to l- uilct by a
certain .Mortgage executed hy Thomas U'lbim to
Samuel hlaats 'tuylor and Kduln Parsons. Tnn-tis-H
ofthc t'nlro City l'ronerty, dated (ictobcr
ISlh, IsCd, rccoidcsl hi the lleconter's Olllre, in
and for Alexander county, In the State of Ill
inois, hi book "M" nfderdii, page'JCO, etc, vve,
Ihe mull mlgi.nl, said 'Inutevs, will, on Satur
day, the Dili day of Inniiiiry next, A. I 1875, at
to o'clock In the forenoon of that day, under and
I iv virtue of tlie power of sale contained In said
Mortgage, tell, nt Public Auction, to the highest
bidder, for u.ish, at the oilier building of (aid
'IniMecs, corner of Washington avenue nnd
eighteenth sticet, In said City of Cairo, In Al
exander county Hint State 01 Illinois, all the
right, title nnd interest ofsnld Thomas O'lliirn
or his iKsigns. hi and to lot nuinbcivd (tvvcu-ty-seven),
In block numbered 4il (forty-six) lu
(lie first Addition to said City of Cairo, accord
ing to the recorded plat thereof, with Ihe no
iiurteiiances, to sntUty the purport's and com II
tioii of said .Mortgage
S. STA ATS TAYI.OIt,
Tm-lees of the Cairo City Property
D.itcil, Cairo, III , DcfcmlHT 11th, lSTl.
l-1ieieliygiventli.it default having been made
fur moil limn sivly das In Ilie iamcnt ol'u
portion of the niuoiiiit ms'UHiI to paid by 11
certain Jloitgugc executed by Henry Diniker
10 Samuel Mauls Taylor and Kdvvln Parsons,
Trustee, of the Calm City Property, dated
August Wit, Irs','', recorded in Ilie Ifd'onler'n
Ollire, lu and lur AleMinder county, hi the
M.ite or Illinois, ill Isiok "I"' ordcwls, sigu
I III. W e, the luiiler-lgiinl. fnld Trustees,
will on M1t11rd.1v. tlie tub diy of .Iinmnry next,
A II 1S73, at 10 o'clock In Ihu forenoon or that
iliv. under and ! vim e of the ouer of sale
coilt.lillisl in -nld .viol Igilge, -ell, lit Public Allr
toiii. to Ilie highest bidder, fur c:idi,at the of
llce Iniihlllig ot s..ld I'liiteec. corner of Wash
iugtoii Avenue and liL'hlis'iitli ntnet. In said
itv of I iilro. In Alexander county unci State of
1 1 tin') s, nil Ilie right, title and inleient of said
Henry Hunker or Ids ii-slgn. In and to lots
mii'ibvicd 17 (-ciculccii), and 1? (eighteen) In
block mimuricil'.'l (tHenly-or.e), In the Kourtlt
lulilllloii lo -aid city of Culm, ncconlliig to the
lii'ordcd iihil tlieirof, vtllh theiiiipurlenanreJ, to
scli-li Ihe iiirpii-es mid eonilllluii of said Mort
cage S STA ATS TAVI.OIt,
Trustee of the Cairo City I'roperty.
Hntcxl, Cuho, 111., His-embcrUtli, 1671
Is hereby given that dcfuult having beeti inade
for inoie th.111 sixty days hi tlie payment of n
Hirtinnof theauioimtseciiriiil to be paidhytt
certain Mortgage executed by Itebeccn J. Close
10 Saniuel SiiuiIb Tajlor and r.dvvln Parsons,
Tnislcric ofthc Cairo I ity lroicrty, dated March
.Toth, 1S72. lecordicl III (lie Iteconler's office, In
Hid for Alexander county, In the stateof Illi
nois, 111 Hook "I" of ilmU, page3l7, we, the
iiwlerslgucd, said Trustees, will, on Saturday,
Ihe lithibiyof January next, A. 1, IsffS, nt lo
o'clock hi Ilie fiiienooii of Hint day, under and
by virtue of tlie power of sale contained in snld
M01 Igagc, sell, at l'lihlle Auction. to tlie highest
lildder, forccfii, ill theotllci! building of said
Ti iikIccs, eorner of Washington Aveiiuo Hint
eighteenth sin el, in said I Ily of Cairo, In Alex
mider couuly und state of Illinois, all the right,
title unit Interest of mid Itcbecrn .1, Clofeorhcr
assigns, In ami to lots numbered 1 (one), i (two),
11 (Hint-), I (four), 3 (live), 0 (lx), 7 (cven), A
(eight), ti (nine), ill block numlicrcdss (eighty
eight) ill the Kirt iiddlllon to Ihe said eity of
Cairo, iicconling to tlie recorded jilat thereof,
with tlie uiipurtnunrvH, to satisfy the purpose
nnd condition of said .Mortgage.
S. STAATS TAYr.Olt,
Tni-tis's of the Cairo City Pmjierty,
1).it, l.'alio III. IH'cembrr llfh
Is hereby given that default having been made
for nunc than sixty clays in the
pavmcnt of a portion of the umount
-evunsl to In paid by a certain Mortgage
executed by William Kltttrlck to Snraue.
staat Taylor unit Kdwhi t'lirsons, Trut'Sof
Diet aim City Property, dated February Will,
Iscij, recorded ill thu Itivonler's Ollire, in und
for Alexander county, in tlie state of llllnnU,
in Hook "1" of deeds, page &!, e, the uiider
sigiied, said Trusteed, will, on Saturday, the
inn day of January next, A. 1). 173, at 10
o'cloc k in the forenoon of that day, under nml
bv virtue of the power of sale contained in said
Mortpige, N'll, ill 11111110 Auction, to Ihe high
est bidder, for rctuli, ut tlie nlllca building of
nld Tiii.tees, conn-rot' Washington Avenue and
Ulxlitct'iilli street, In said City of Calm, In Al
exander county nml Slate of Illinois, all tho
right, title unci intriest of sulci William FlU
imliick or Ids assigns, In and to lot numhere 1 .'
(live), lit Mock numbered I (one) in the Second
Aildlticm to suld City of Cairo, iwcordlng to the
lecorded pint thereof, with the uppurtenances,
lo NitUI'y Hie puriHises nnd coniliilnn of snld
Moilgnge. S. STAATS TAYI.OIt,
Tiuslws ol'lhi! Cairo City Property
HatcM, Culro, 111 . December I llii, ItfTl.
Is heivby given that default having bisii made
for mole limn sixty days 111 mo pa)ineni 01 u
,'ioitioii of the amount tceuic.l to lie paid by a
neiliiln Moirgnge execute.1 by Will. Civssln to
so liiuel Mauls I ii lor uinl l.dvv hi l'ui'sons, Trus
lisxorthe( nlro llty Pro city, dated Muy Hill.
Isu'i recoiilcsl In the liecoiilcr's oltlee, in und
r.ie Aliixiindei couiiiy In Hie state of Illinois. In
llnol. "1"' ofclwls, page ICO. we, the uniler
slgiust, raid 'I lil-ili will, 1111 Saturday, the
it Ii il.i. of .lunuaiy next, A H. 17A, at 10
o'clock in thel'oiiiioonof II1.1I day, under and by
vhltie ol Hie povier of side contained III said
Mortgage, scll.nt iublic nucllon, to Ihe lilglunl
bidder. fr cash, tit ll.e cilllie blilldlug of said
Tnt-lii, f. irmr of Wahinglnii iivume und
HlghtisullKi ice'. In '"I'l.i'ily ''''Cairo, In Alex-aiiilereouutv-
'lid Mnle ot Illinois, till the light,
title und Inl'. md of Kild V 111 lu'cjln or hU ns
slgus, 111 and td lot iiuniW'mtSi (thlity-tHo) In
block utimlicicd si, (ivvciity-one) tu the Fourth
Addition to -aid city of Culro, iiccoiillug to the
iccoiilcd 11l.it llii'ieof. Willi theHiipurteiiunci'i.
to sall-fi lb oiiti o-cs and condition of said
lni Igagc S i-TA XTs TAYI.OIt,
Tntivs t,t (lie (iihxi City Properly
lintel Icilin, ill., ii- ii 'H.
) Normal University.
There XV til In? till opportunity" for Sliulents to
enter the Culverslty, liiinwllately afler Ilie hoi-
",n jl01l v .inniiiiry llii, IS7!i. ,
Tuition IsntKKtoallvvho arflent by County
ScnieilnteiKkiits, supervisors, Jiulgeu sir hy it
lleiiioentallve Hlslrict Tosiirli,au Incideiital
IceofTwci Dollars Is charged ir term, accord
lug to the statute
To otlu-M tullion hi the Normal Department U
s.uciper termi lu the Preiuratory Department
tf.oo. und hi tlw Primary or Model Depart
Tin Iiintrurtloit In Tliciroucli,
and embraces Writing, Dnivvlnp, Singing. Cal
isthenics and Kloeutlon, In udditlou to all thn
(.'oniiiuiii mid High School studied, and latll'i
and Uivek, Higher Matlicinatlr, CheruUtryaud
Hood iKMCi-d can be had at rruionuble price
1S 50 to .VIU iwr Week. ,
The Sin lug Term will open Monday, Mardi
, 1Mb. Itrfs. JAJU;-J IlOUAilTM, ( D ,