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win "iiu.rriiow nail on me nrsi mm mini
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rotirtu Monday of well month.
rroih llalilmoro oytcrs rccclvod dally
imi noM hy riiii. it. .snip, fioo-n-ifo-tr
Lumber Yiirit.
Wins. Lancaster nnd Newton Klcc, (late
Willi Walter) both well kmjw'n to our ( III
zena, and to river men Kcncrllly, have es
tablished a lumber yard In Utlru, carter ol
.sixteenth street nnd Coinineitial nvunuc.
They will keep every description ol build
ing material and steamboat luuibcr, doots,
blinds, lilnllldlllfM, hlill)Xlc,latli, OP
etc., and are determined to cll Io.ver that
lumber ha ever been noli In Cairo. They
solicit a fa r trial from steamboat men and
builders, and Kiiarautco silliactlnn In all
cans. 5S7.lu.27.tf
oYN'ri:it.st ovsri:iiiii
t'nlro i:iilrrirlr.
Kprost, 13. Ohio l.cver, In rcnohlntr New
Orleans ojsters every morning In hulk. I to
la making III own cans nnd packing hit
own oj iters, thereby avoiding thooxoihl-
If nt charges for tranportntlon, and I i-na-
Med to furnlih a better article at n less
price than any other dealer, l'atronlzo a
homo lii'tiliilloii, and bciirilt yourself.
Itoninn In Hriil.
Klglit roonia to relit on Third street be-
twccti ashlngton and Commercial arc
nucp. Apply to 'William Mcllalc, or at
thla olllce.
10 lbs nu'ar for $1, nt Wilcox'.
II Iiu butter for SI, nt WileoxV.
I llii colH-c for SI, at Wilcox'.
Potatoes M ceiiU jmt liii'licl, at Wil
I'rroli Niipplj.
Jlr. I'. Fitzgerald haa Jmt received and
haa on aalo at hi ! roam, a largo ktork
of Kngllih ale, yorter, ilrnney brandy
and wlnr, and Ihpiora ol all kind, which
he will dupoie. of at reaonabte prlrra.
I.iuirli i:cry liny.
(Iforgc I-attuer corner ol Fourteenth and
Wathlngton avenue, will furni'h hereafter,
overy day to hla patrona a No. 1 lunch, be
tween the hniira ol ten and twelve o'clock.
Freah Milwaukee bcrrand fraprant Havana
cigars to be had at bH bar at nil timet.
t'nrliiliiiril VViilelii'i.
All Watchea, Clock and .lew dry, ihat
hate been left with me for repair., on which
the enarges ato unpiti), will be tills day
left ut the Jewelry tore of Mr. II. lloupt,
on Waatilngton avenue, and will at the end
of thirty day from thla date bo sold to pay
ilurgea. IlaiiMA.v Wn.l.i;it.
i'aiho, lll., December Vlli, 1ST.
Nelllp l'i.
1 wish every person Indebted to me to
call anil fettle before tho M of January,
1-75, as I havu concluded to carry on a
strictly cakli buOnei on and af.tr that
date. If settlement la not made aa requeu
ed in this notice, the amount due to mo
will be collected by law.
AllOI.I'il MUlllOtl.t.
Cillto, I u.., Dec. II, 1C7I.
Kilty to acvrnty-tlre dollars per mouth.
Agcnta wanted everywhere. Tcucher,
ladles, genta, etc., etc. No capital or nut
lay required. .Send 20 cents for postage on
outfit, to D. C. Wkixiiman,
tl Irvln Station, L'nlon County, Ohio,
Tiik tlnct brands of clgar kept con.
ftintly atthcCryatalaaloon, corner of .Sixth
street nnd Commercial avenue, 12-," tf
Go To Wi.mkks'U (l.iLi.miV and me M
fpeclniena ol photographic art. Half an
hour can be pcnt cry plcaiantly In lew
Ingaomool the well-known facea of our t lti
r.ena. .Mr. W. haa ou hand a largo stock ol
new and elegant frame-, suitable lor hol
iday Kilt".
l'lIOTonrtAl'llS made only upon Friday
nnd batutdaya, excepting by fpeclal ap
pointment. Gallery open every cuuilng
lor vlnio.
Tun IrWi whlaky punch, applo and
honey, peach and honey, Tom and .Icrry,
Imported nlo and porter nnd the tlncat
wloca In any market, at the Cryatal saloon,
corner of Sixth nnd Commercial nve,
12-0 tt
A. Ilnllfy.
Now Ik your tlmo. You can got hotter
bargains than were over ottered beforo in
the lino ol atovc.a, tinware and houecfur
nl thing goodn, at A. Ilalley'", No, 1US nnd
170 Washington avo. lG-12-3-Ir.
For Hoots and Shoes ol any
tvlo. nuality or description iro
to Wm. Jlhlera on Twentieth
street, or nt No. 81 Ohio Levcn. Ho guar
antees to each purchaser the Mock that ho
selects, and manufacture bouta nt all prices
ranging from ?3 00 to $15 03. Customers
troubled with corna or tender feet, are
guarantcd an cay fit, as boots arc fitted to
the foot. In tho absence of Mr. Khlcr, who
will superintend botluhop Tbinip llaugh
will have chargo of tho I.cvce ahop and Kd.
Kllrgeralil tho shop on Twentieth street.
Thanking hla patron for past Invors he so
licits continuance of tho same.
Ilolltlny I'rcNcnH.
Daniel Narttiiatt Invites thu attention
of the publlu to tliu Imuicnso nsforlinent
of new, beautiful, useful and ornamental
goods that will In a few (lay bo ill
jilayud nt his ktore, coniprltjliiff heaullliil
Chin tea bets, liamUomo cologne or toilet
M'U, lloheinlan vases, Jewel boxes, dolls
ol nil sizes nml prices. Comer Sixth
fctrcet anil Commercial avenue.
Lumber Mill Oolntr Down.
As wo aro determined to clofo out our
stock speodlly, preparatory to winding up
builncss, we will sell all klnda ot lumber at
two dollars per thousand less than market
prices. A large lot of lath and tovo wood
ou hand, which will bo sold at correspond
ingly low rates. W"" lNT.
'IVK.SDAV, DKUK.MIIKIt 20, 1871.
Tickets J-'orTho
"ll.llin TlMKD I'aIMV"
(mi Iiu linil nt
ItciMitns' .Music llnnr.
Open House Jfc Yrnr'si lny.
TIicbo persons who Intend keeping open
homo for tlic reception of callers on New
Yoil's Day, will confer a faror upon the
editor of Tun Hum.kti.v by giving him
notlco ol tho ramc, In writing, through the
post olllcc, belora Thutsdsy nl;;lit, aa It la
bin denlre to publish a Hit for tho benefit of
Ihrar who contemplate making colli.
Then! will lo mi adjourned inciilnjf of
AmjiIoii I.oiIl'i-, K. (if l, lit their "Cas-
tlu Hull," for tin,- purpo-p of clectlii,' of
firt-rs nml other Important bu-lness, this
(TuiMjay) evening nt 7 o'clock hiiahi
Thu members nru nil rcjiietcil to nltenil.
Hy order of thu Chniicellor Commander.
loiix II. (ios.sMAN,
K. ol Jt. mid S.
Mr. Cliarlen IIojiim:, one of the head
men nt (jallherV llouriiiinlll, met with
a mtIoii neeldi'iil yeflenlay iiiornln, by
Ix-liig cinglit In one of the wheeN of the
in.'iehlii'r.v, mid Iialnj; liN h-a badly
liwMicd. lie w:w placed upon u clretdier
nml carrhil tohU home, when- lie wit
Mipnlliil vOtli meillcal atteiitlalii.e. Alter
belnif evmnliKil It wna nii;rtaliiei that
no lioneq wn hitiken, hut that the ile-li
on the c.ilvei ol'lililegi win Iiailly torn
ami lacer.ileil, m that lid will not bo able
to attend to hN ilutiei! nt the mill lor
(oiiiu time.
A 'ilrl.
To the .Macons that noble Imml of
brotherhood cKiK-clally to thu Sir
Knlhti, I ilelre to return my heartfelt
thank'' for thu untiring Mndne,, the
tlioiihtl'uliieaii nml lender friend-hip
which they havu fhowcreil upon me nml
mine In my terrible Wcavcim-nt. Word
aeciii too wink toexjre- my gratitude
to tho who have upheld me in thNdark
day ol nllllctlon, nnd I earup'tlv nrav
that Hie Cioil of the vldnw nnd' thfc f.ith-
erlei may hle aial repay them, not
only for their klmliiw to the living, but
their rcicct ami lalthfuluets- to the mem
ory of the Mocil (had.
Mil. J.Ol'Irl JoltOCNlSK.V.
.Vol ire.
There will lie a special nieetltt of the
City C'ounell on .Saturday the 2nd day of
.lanuary, lST.'i, called for the purpose of
approving liquor bond. All pcr.oii4
who-i! liipior liceiiH"! expire on Juuiiary
lt, lS7."i,thereforc are hi-reby ilotlliwl and
requeued to have their liomU cxecutetl
ami tiled In my olllce, before Ti o'clock p.
in. of wild 2ml day of .f.muary, 1&73.
Will. K. Haw ki.ni, City Clerk.
I'aiho, Dccemlx r, 2Dth, lfiil.
"Gentle Gerould'' has 'Oiie to Deca
tur on "iras" lni'Ine.
M la-en .lo-le nml Annie l'hlllN an;
"IH.'iidln thu vacation nt Anna.
l'rol. I'mlcrwood left thl city .Sun
lay afternoon. W the lllliiol Central
r.dlroail, for hi home in Ilo-ton, having
coneluihil the debate ou tire merits of the
llible, with I'rof. Ilur;e-i, Satitnlav eve-
Cailet Willie .1. Wilcox and Lannle
Itarelay, of the I'eim Mllllary Academv
atCheter, I'a., are now enjoying their
vacation in riiiladclphla. Fnmi a c
nifal of their tcml-anminl report from
the I'ruMilent of the academy, we are
pleacd to learn that both of the cadets
Mimd hl'h In their department, nver
agin up In all their Miulic 1)7 in a
standard of 100. Hiiccch to thu Cairo
The IliM'iltiinls.
The Chri'tlau ami Inlldel dl-putanls
l'rof. lliirge; anil l'rol. ITmlerwood
have one hence. Our ble.-rlngo with
On Suml.ty niorntii' l'rof. Underwood
leclun'il before the Liberal Ilelilou As
sociation on "Facts and Fancies About
God," and declared him-elf to bo an
AthclM. Ill lecturo was ;ood, for Its
kind. It was full o( platitudes and failed
to convince us that there was no God.
In the morning: l'rof. Durness al-o lee-,
tureil. He occupied thu pulpit of the
ChrMInn cliureli. Ills subject was "The
ltesuriwlion of thu llody." Wu did not
hear lilin.
Hut wu did hear him in the evening-
Ilepreachcil a very od Kerinon a lit
tle rougli-liewn and rather long-ilrti wn
out, on 'Cluit." While eulogMn' the
Savior, ho spitefully rapped tu over the
knuckles beeati-e we had been guilty of
the high crime mid misdemeanor id'
charging that he is u little vain of his
scholarship. Alter hu had praised the
Lord a while, hu sneered at "thu learned
editor of onu of your papers."
This was wrong. It was In had tate
very bad taste, llurgess, who la the Don
Qulxotonf the Christian church a long,
gaunt cnthn-iiist seeking wind mills
(fellows like i'mlcrwood) to attack
ought to know that vralso of .Tu?us and
abuu of an editor do not mix well In a
sermon. Hut for all that, his t'mou was
excellent, and the pull' hu gave liU uni
versity, at the elo-u of his address, spleiw
did In Its way. lie proved himself to be
an eloquent orator, a sound reasoner, an
acrimonious fellow, nml a gentleman who
has an eyu to business.
Auction I Auction 1
1 will ofl'er for talo ou Wednesday, De
cember UO, 1814, at U:"0 o'clock, n.inat tho
residence ot D. W, ilunn, on Ninth street,
near Washington avenue, the outlro house
hold goods, consisting ot llurcuus, Chairs,
Mattresses, Looking Glasses, Stores, Car
pots, Glassware, Crockery, one nearly new
Buggy, and Stuld'cs, Sale positive and
without roservo, Dam Uahtman,
120-12-22t Auctioneer,
on 4 lirlHiimiM tin)-.
A Mntrrlnllaeil Niilrll Iinllilura In
Ami Oor Out I'iioii ll .if uncle,
In Arretted nail Conlluril In llicK'ulo
Wonderful Dlmiiiitrin-niKo " "
hjilrli mill Tri'iii''"""" '
I'ellutv 'rliimer..
When wc read in the Chicago Timts,
lhat .Mr. .Mott. the great medium, hail n
liiinlllar rj'lrh, that inatcriallzeil and
ilrniik Jger beer, Wc wcro suriirlsed nml
Incrcdutotio, ' have since .come Into
pocssloii of filets In reference io inatcrl
ntljitloii that have removed our liferedtil
Ity, although they have lncreaetl our as
On Christina- mornliigiiiiumherofoiir
local SpIrltuallU nu t at the residence of
.Mr. .lame?, whoe wife, I one of the best
mediums living. .Mrs. .1. shrink from
publicity, anil her fame has therefore not
Ixt'ii noised about. A bowl of egg-nog
bad iM'eii provided, ol which the party
partook several time. At Iat It was
propo-ed to have a 'Seance." Tl.u Hiir
get ion was no ooner made than It wu
acted upon. To I lie astonishment of all.
the "conditions" proved to be excellent
The table was lilted from the Hour by an
unseen power ami carried to the ceiling,
loud rap wen! heard ami spirit hands
became vl-dblo In illlli rent parts of the
It was .uggctc dually by .Mr. I'cters
that wonderful materializations might In.'
obtained If nu nttempt were Inaile, and
acting upon this suggestion Mr. .1. ex
t'lupor!ed a cabinet into which the me
dium enterisl. No sooner hail she ilNno-
H-areil, than the mot ravMiing mu-le
was hcanl, and face weru seen at the
opening In the cabinet . Some of the
parly nisogiilail fricmk, and conversed
with them for Mime time. Ilverv bodv
wa natoiil-heil by the maiiifestatlous, and
gave expression to thilr siirprl'c.
as oi.ii ritir.NH.
Alter the-e nmuireslatloiii had pro-'
cwled fur about thirty minutes, the
liawl that i-oveii'd the door of the cabi
net was then thrown alde, and a form
appeared that every person recognl.eil
ns an old CalroiU; who died several t ears
oiiiid was hurled at Mcmphk The like-
wa perfect.'.-ind w hen t Iiu spirit spoke
mid called each lier.-on )rekent by
line, the aMoni-lnil ami delighted of the
party knew no iHiund. Then there was
disappearance and it was feared the
'demonstration" was at an end; hut al-
mo't Inatautly thu materialized spirit
again apieareil, ami walking out among
the gentlemen, shook hands with three
One of the party hi a jocular manner,
after the conversation had progrcsid
about llncn minute, said to the spirit:
"We have some egg-nog here that Is
excellent. Will you take a mug ':'' s
The party was absolutely astounded
when the spirit replied:
"Thank yon; I Iwlluvu I will. I died
ten years ago, and I have not tated ;;
nog since theChristinas In-fore that event.
A "inall mug, If you please."
Hating received his mug, tho spirit
drank all of Its content-, and smacking
his Hps said:
"That's good. It Is better than wc get
over there."
In a few minutes the draught was re
peated, ami then repeated again. At last
the party liccaiuc merry. Old-time, tales
were told, old-time Ming ung, the spirit
Joining in tho f.-tlvltles with a tlm. He
sang several convivial spirit-oiig., and
told a imiulicr of laughable anecdotes in
an Inimitable manner.
In this way nio-t of the day was con
sumed, and onu of thu party said :
'I must go home."
"Don't," said thu spirit; "I like thi.
I think I'll stay. I believu I won't un
materiallc to-day."
Thu situation was getting uncomforta
ble, and when the spirit suggc-tcd thai
the party should take a "turn about
town," hu proposing to go along, there
was eou-ternatloii among the Spiritualis
tic egg-nog drinker. Hut what could
they do? They had to Mibmlt to fate.
The spirit buttoned up bis coat, and
with an unsteady 'gait walked towards
the door. The wondering Spiritualists
followed, and soon found themselves on
thu street. The spirit was In (ho bct of
spirits, ami laughed and Joked with his
dumbfounded companions.
s the party passed thu Old Dclnionico,
tho spirit stopped and said :
"Comu In boy., and get a drink. They
have some really excellent whisky here.
It's old oil."
What could the "boys" do? Thev
went In. They drank. Thu spirit, to
the astonishment of all, paid thu bill, nml
aked thu "boys" to go around to thu
Planters' ami get supper.
lUtl'.NK, MVI.Olit).
Alter tho party got ou to thu street
again, thu spirit's companions wcro ap
palled by thu fact that tho spirit was
drunk. Hu shouted and became pugil
Utle, swearing hu could whip his weight
in wildcats.
Wlillc the.su demonstrations were going
on, Chief of I'ollcu -McIIalu came up and
"Sou hero, stranger, you must not
make so much noise."
"Who'r your" asked thu spirit; and
then hu shouted, and made a pass at -Mac
with his spiritual right hand.
Wu need not say thu companions of tho
ghost weru almost frightened to death
when thu Chief laid his heavy hand upon
thu spirit's shoulder, and said to him:
"Come along with me; you're my pris
oner." In vain thu party begged lac to not
arrest their guest. Hu did and locked
him up In thu calaboose.
l'HKU to I iikooxi: !
About an hour alter tho arrest, .Mr. .1.
anxious to get his wife, tho medium, out
of her trance, went In search of the spirit,
ami ascertained that ho had been arrested,
Jlr. J . consented togo the spirit's security
for his appearance bciore .itmgu Jiros
yesterday morning, and tho Chief of l'o-
lice accompanied liltu to the calaboose to
i i.i... ti'i.,... tll,. u. .... I...
icica-o iiiiiii m iiuii .iiin .iivm uij iiiiu
opcncii me uoor oi inc ecu in wiucn
i had been confined with three ilrunkeii
j men, the spirit was gone
I iiuprioiiers
said Iiu had faded away.
We know the truthfulness of this nar
ration will bo questioned, hut we assure
you It is every word true. Chief of I'o
llcu .Mcllalc will not he slluto to bear tes
timony to the part be acted in thu jiltiiir,
ami .Mr. James will boar us out In all that
we have said.
Tickets For The
"IIaiih Times 1'akiv''
can be had nt
ltobbins' Music llazar.
lu.iiiorrow, vireoncaoayi I'ceenmer v,
at 10 o'clock, a in., I wl'l commence .filing
thoKlxturcsof the firm of Piiraona, Davis
k 'Co. Tlioy imiat all be sold by the 1st of
January. I will aUo sell thi bilanco ol the
stock on hind. Tho furnlturo consMaol
SheMng, Counters. Show-Case. Ac.. Ad.
Also, Olllo t iirnliurc, Includln a good
aiitcu ure-proor Safe. I ho ale will coc-
tlmio during thodiy, and a'.ro on Thuri-
lny, until til Is told.
-). T. Thomas, Anlgntc.
Cairo, Dec. SU, Ian, 121-12-2W!t
WoTune II IliirU.
Wo agree with Carl Thoma.'. and .iv
with cmphas, ihat the newspaper bui-
nes i'j awful. Xow Ihero were Iheeol-
ored folks who had a row Christmas
night. We were sure the fus wa hi the
.MethodNt church, for we were In .fudge
mni s olllce when the trial cmne oft; ami
would hate worn they weru .Methodists,
nut when we mentioned the name of
Henry Wl-dom in thohearlngoftliu bo-.
hu told us that it mii-l have been tit Cahl-
wi-ll's church that Wi-dom Ix-longed to
jahlweH's party. We thought we knew
what we were talking about; weren't we
there, and didn't wu hear thu evidence
on both shies? Of course. Hut Sonlre
!lrd comes forward, and says In si kind of
munleri-li way: "See here, the Jletho-
ill-t are going to eat you, If you don't
take back what you said about that light.
lliey had afiMiv.il and exhibition at
their church, and everything went oil as
nice a- could be. That ll-dit wasn't at
their church at all; It was at Caldwell'.
Wisdom don't In-long to that church, and
the bc-t thing you can do will be to re
tract, or you'll get chawed." Hlnl lielng
a colored man. this was tin-Democratic
talk, ami we,lieliig soundly Democratic,
killed him on the spot, skinned htm ami
gave his circa to the vulture. Then,
itiiK!llcd to it by by high-toned devotion
to the truth, we resolved to make thu re
quired correction. We therefore
take It all back, and If
there Is anything that anyone else has
said that the members of the .Mcihodl-t
church don't like nnd want taken back,
we 11 shoulder that too. All we ask l,to
lorgive us tins time, and we swear by all
that Is holy neter to be guilty of making
such a mistake again. This Is the third
lime wo have committed errors of this
kind during our short experience as a
ncwspaiM-r man, and we havu about nr
rlved at thu conclusion that wo had better
re-Igu our high position in favor of some
one who weighs a little more than wo do.
We wvru not made for the lighting man
on a new -paper. We were brought up
tenderly and with care, and know our
weakness, and therefore think It advisable
to solicit an honorable, discharge beforo
we shulllu oil" this mortal coll at thu
hands of rome onu who-e outraged feel
ings cry cut for vengeance.
IJriii'rnI Ileum.
Sproat, thu oyster man, sold twelve
thousand oysters on Christina day.
There I some talkofagrand narrow
gauge railroad hall, lo take place In thi
city when that road i completed.
Thu .lonesboro folki. talk of a grand
excursion to Cairo ou tho Pair. ! ut
Louis railroad as soon as the road Is lln
Micd. Tor seven Sundays It has pleased the
good Lord to bless tills community with
nilu and mud. May hu let up ami give
us a rest on the eighth.
The completion of thu several new
sidewalks that are now being laid down
on Levee street ha been somewhat de
layed by thu Inclement weather.
The "Hard Timers" are conlhk-nt
that their party, to In; given at thu St.
Charles Xew Year's Kve, will bo largely
attended and n grand succe.-.
Hu-Iness on the Lcteu was not so
lively yesterday, owing to thu bad
weather. Kverybody was contented to
stay in ttonrs.
The street are so bad in some parts of
thu city, that It Is dllllcult for a drayman
to plough through thu mud with an
empty dray.
A large majority of tho young gen
tleman of this city will make New Year's
call, and those who Intend receiving w 111
hu kept lmy entertaining their visitors
during the eutlio day.
Tlie Delta City band's masquerade
ball, to be given nt Sehcel's hall somu
tlmo In thu latter part of thu coming
mouth, will hu a grand thing, from pres
ent appearances.
Puddles of water, from two Inches to
two feet deep, havu nccumulated hi va
rious parts of the city, where tho ground
Is below the level of thu grade, owing to
thu heavy rains of tliu past few days.
Tliu Hibernian Kiru company's ball,
at Schecl's hall lat night, was well at
tended, notwithstanding thu wet weather.
Dancing commenced about eight o'clock
ami was kept up until four,, when thu
crowd dispersed,
The number of stragglers that were
running about thu city lieforu Christmas
has dimli.l-hed somewhat, although
there are sti'l enough remaining to do
credit to a city of twice thu dimensions of
I-ollru Court.
Huslness In the police courts yester
day was much l'vcllcr than It has been
for some time, there being no less than
six cases,, two of which were tried by
Judge Hlrd, nml the remainder by Judgu
Uross, notwithstanding tho latter gentlo
man spent most oi his time hi nii,....u....
to county business nt thu court house
The llrst ea.0 tried In-fore .hidim Hint
v,u il,i r . . . ' o,mmi
1 .....i. ,, in, jIUKT.Olt, WhotVilS
in - "'"'" ior in-uig (iriiuk
Mlcr hearing
'"e evidence In thu
Cae. Ill llmmr
uwscu a nno of one dollar against the
erring William, und was given a stay.
inuiicxiwa in it or K l. t
Hint gentleman having been
. lining concealed weapons. He was
puni-hc, rorblsoircnsc by being sent to
"'ccyj.unor eight dn.t , whither he
wound hi weary wav hi a lllflf .ifr.,t..-
luisiuu' oi mind
-Iohn Hogau was arreted by Olllccr
( alll for belli-' driiiit' no. I
lorlhe .Mine was Until live dollars ami
cost,,. Xot Mmr able to tiflV 1 if u fin. I...
" ' l"V "" siv IIU
was -cm to jail for six days.
-mini nelly was arresled bv OHI,...r
iiiii for vaifraiicv. Aili.r ti,.nrl,. n.
...inl,,. ,,, . , ' , , "
"; " "iu oi tiny
I. ! " j, COi'" aKn, ''"". Uffault
".' n"K" "u Jail lor
"I'aio oi iwciity-lgbt days and
'auoroui in line on thu streets.
Georgia Gilbert, an crrim? eolon-d
'aiiy, was arri-ted by Ollle-r l.allun for
U'lng otleiislve language, to Katie
Thompson, calculated to provoke a breach
oi tlie peace. '1 lie Judge levied a line of
live dollars and eots upon, the ollcnder,
and not U-Ing prepared to pay, thu was
sentlo the lock-up for four day.
Olllc-r Cain laid his lily white hand
upon tho broad shoulder of I'mnk Dunn
for lighting, nnd led him across a big
mud puddle on Commercial avenue to
the police court room, where he was con
fronted by Judge Hro. and lined ten
dollars and cost. Xot being the no-si-.,.
sorofthe necessary amount of wealth to
buy hhu-elf clear, he was remanded to
the lock-up for eight days to labor for the
good of the city.
Caiiio, Im.s., .Moxiuv Hvisxtxo.l
December 28, 1871.
So bii-lness of any conseoilence was
done ou the Levee to-day ou account of
the rain, which fell In torrent from early
in the morning until late In the night,
making the streets. ilmo-tlmpas-able. and
knocking the bottom out of the poultry,
butter, egg and game market.
I ho grain market Is weak and unet-
tled. Oats are plenty and lower. clolnir
at C'Vlc to-day. Corn l dull at 7.V.
There I somu demand for choice tim
othy and prairie hay. and very little on
Itecclpts of grain for the lat three
days, n, ,hown by thejinspector's report,
weru 12 cars of oats and !l ears of corn.
ill received in onu day, as there were no
receipts reported on Saturday.
TIIK .MA 11 It KT.
fleTjfOur friends should bear in mind
that tin; price here given are usually for
sale from Una bands in round lots. In
tilling orders and for broken lots it is nee-es-ary
to cliargean advance over thesu
Theru is a continued active demand for
low and medium grades, of which there
I none offering. Several orders aru held
over for want of supplies. The stock of
choice U heavy with no demand. We
note side as follows: -100 barrel, Si "'Qr
0(K); m barrels city mills SIMOOM;
000 barrels $1 WkJiW !".; (100 barrels $1 7o
IHW; :I00 barrels SI fX) 75; IKX) bar
rels XXX $1 70 ; 100 barrels supcrllno
$3 7o; 100 barrel choice S-" ) ; 100 bar
rels XXX $ I 73.
Jllxed hay Is plenty and dull. No more
choice timothy come? In than thuilemaml
reqitres. l'rairle hay wa In reque-t to
day at 15 0015 50, and none in market.
Mixed Is quoted at If IS 00 and choice
timothy at $20 WVJTJl 00. Sales weru 2
cars mixed delivered, SIS 00; 2 cars choice
timothy delivered
timothy $21 (X).
521 00; 2 ears choice
The market I ov?r -..,.viu.i Uu,i VOry
quiet. Mixed Is quoted in sacks at 75c
and very slow sale. We note sales of !l
cars bulk, mixed. Xo. 2,on track, 07c; Gears
bulk, mixed, on (rack, 07c; I cars sacked,
Xo. 2 white, mixed delivered, 75c; 15,000
hu-hul- Xo. 2 mixed, sold on p. t,; M cars
No. 2 mixed, in sacks, delivered, 75c; I ear
rejected, In tacks, delivered, 72c; 1 car re
jected. In bulk, on track, Clc.
The market Is quiet and dull at Clc.
Stock nns In excess of thu demand and
prices weak and unsettled. Sales were ft
cars sacked, No. 2 mixed, delivered, OMJe;
2 cars sacked, No. 2 mixed, delivered, (Me;
a cars sacked, No. 2 mixed, delivered, file;
1 car sacked, No. 2 mixed, delivered, 05c.
Tho supply in market of choice steam
dried Is very limited. There Is somo In
quiry, but transactions aru limited to the
order trade. Sales were 50 bbls green
meal, $:i 50; 100 bbls steam dried, J 05.
Tliu maiket 1- 11 no and thu supply lim
ited. All thill conies in finds ready sale
at quotations. We note sale of 1 car
sacked, $1! 50; 1 ear sacked, $10 00; 500
sacks, $10 50.
Thu weather Is solt, warjii and unfa
vorable for the butter market, and added
to this, thu Southern market Is full nl
butter, and no large demand may ho
looked tor from that quarter; taken all
together tho outlook Is poor for any Im
provement In thu butter trade. Sales
weru 200 pounds choice Northern roll
20c; 200 pounds choice Northern roll, 25c;
200 pounds Southern Illinois roll, 20c;
(100 pound choice Northern packed, 27o;
100 pounds choice Southern Illinois
packed, 22e; 500 pounds choice Southern
Illinois roll, 202:i; 500 pounds cholio
Southern Illinois roll. 23u.
Thu market Is overstocked, nnd prices
declining. No demand at any price.
Largo lots were offered as low as 20c to
day without buyer. We note sales of
COO dozen 25c; 500 dozen 25c ; 0 boxes
The soft weather thnt pa-vails nt pres
ent Is bad for dressed poultry, and deal
ers are glad to close out conslgtimcnts'at
any price that Is ollcred. Wo note sales
of 100 lbs dressed turkeys, 10c; 300 lbs
drcscd turkeys, 7(8e; .'1 coops live tur
keys $(1 00; 2 bbls dressed chicken, $1 (X)
dij'i 2.; 0 coops choice llva turkeys, $1000;
22 dozen live chicken., $1 50; 20 ilo.cn
dressed chickens, $1 50,2 50; 2,000 lbs
dressed turkey., Sc.
The market Is full of apples of all
kind, and there Is no deinaml for them.
I'rlcesnru nominally unchanged. Sales
were 150 bids $2 75 to 3 25; 20 hbl. $2 m
to II 00.
Plenty and dull. Sales were 10 bbls,
$8 Wf) 00; 5 bbl, $H 00.'
(inlet, unsettled nnd lower. There Is
not enough doing to etabllh prices.
There Is a limited demand for choice
peach blow potatoes at $2 7503 00, ac
cording to slu of barrel. Onions are
dull at $1 OOfcl 50. Wu note sales or 23
bblsn-ach blows, $3 00.
Dull. Very little coming In and not
much wauled. Sales noted were 5 deer,
sold at le; 50 down rabbits and quail, 75c
(jii oo. ,
Kfesh oyatcra or nnyiblng elso you
want at tliu Dchnoalco Itcttnurant, open
-lay and ntglit.
(So lo Sproat'a, 135 Ohio I.cvce, and
get your ojstura by tliu hundred or can
fresh every morning. 12-ldl
oynu'a oyster depot and restaurant
uysicrs in llio alien and can, fresh every
duy, at Phil Satin's old stand, between
sixtli and aevcotn street. Calm, Illinois
Agootlai rtmcnto all klrnh of heating
stovoa warranted sound and perfect, mid
notlnjuruiby Ihulatu lire, very chcup ot
1. .1 MillTll'S. 12-HMOt
Il you wjiit troh oy.ter without pay
lug for thu can nnd tran-qmtallon, go to
Sprout's, 1 d Ohio l.qtec, and get them by
ttio pall full, fieh every morning. 12-l-t
Having given up my old stand on the
levee and takrn licolilcr .t Hio'a shop, on
hlglitti street, I shall be prepared to sup
ly thn clllieu (I Cairo, with thu bc-t
meat tlieinatket afl'ord. Please call and
sec inc. IIow'Alil).
Sproat, 1.".5 Ohio l.evee, Is Iiirnlthlng
oy.tc's In the light shape. Families can
be mpp iv'd in anj -j-ir.ntlty fresh every
morning'. " IS-4-tf
Get your oysters nt tho Dolmon co.
.loo Honeker Is now in lull control of
the Washington bakery, ami hating learn
ed the want or the public, Is prepared to
supply ou call nil demands f .r French loaf,
Ksstoi, llrown and Graham bread, and
cvervthlng elo ordinarily lound In a fln-t-clas
baVery. He malntalnis a full stock of
;oulecltoncric, mid can, us well usuny
other dealer in thu city, till nil order In
that linu
ugar kettle, ovn, skillets and lids,
pump, grain and gras scythe, wire cloth,
grates, stove pipe, elbows ami n I .rgi vari
ety ot other good saved from tho I itu lire,
Is now bi Ins sold at 25 to b per cent below
cort at T. J. h'KU Til's. CI-12 dIMUt
C ikes baked, fro-ted or ornamented on
hort notice. Special attention gttcu lu
ilic orders ol wedding or picnic parlies,
The beat oysters at the Dehnonleo Hps
taurant. 207-9-20-tl.
Newiy-llltc.l, finely furnl-hed barber
slop by (I cargo Steinhuuso, corner Com
mercial avenue and Kiglith street. Viars
ol pract'eo hatu git en him a light hand
that niikcsn smooth shavo delightful. All
who try lilui ones will call again. All tho
late dally paper are kept on his tabic for
the benefit ol Ids customers, nnd thero I
no edloti WKltlng lor turns. tt
If jou want a good coal or wood cook
stove for below cost, call at T, J. Iveutu's.
Toy nml Sn.reliucal-t.
Tho Toy and Sweetmeat King has been
a little behiud hand in making hi nppcar
nncc I'd season, but I now inform llio lit
tle lolks nnU tho public" gonerahy that I
hive tho largest stock ever brought to
Jalro, and nm selling at prices thai cannot
be dupllcited In any city In lids country.
Toys will sell way do vu, 6J per cent,
lower tnati i...i j .... u.. . i.r I Imvn
nut my itock in the window', but haro a
room 20 feet by 20 entirely covered with
them ; ai-o my stock ol Caiidl' s. 1 have
over ten thousmd pounds ol Candles
shipped to mo mini the cast, such as never
was lu Cairo b fore lino mixed selling at
twcnty-tlvo cents per pound Henieinber
these aro good nnd puru Can lies, no Jaw
breaking, hard Caudle called "home
made." I also have over four luuulreil
poundsor rigs ami iluee layers of Dales
mi. i AlnioiiUs, mid Oranges at prices that
defy competition. Hemembcr tht I no
tdlo talk, but u lact. Call and examine fur
yourscir. Pirn.. Saui-.
Corner Eighth St. and Washington Ave.
llooliuulicr tVnuled.
Two or three bootmakers can find em
ployment by applying at
5:!-12-13-tf Wm. Kiii.iuis.
KimiT-yoir old Kuurhon, only at the
Crystal saloon, corner of Sixth nnd Com
aierclal avenue. 12 tl
lion it.
Dwn, down they conio the prices of
stoves and tinware ut A. Galley's, No. Ity
nnd 170 Washington uvenue. Heating
stoves ut cost. 10-12 3-Km
So l in ciiarli-N.
Good single rooms ou tho upper lloor at
thu Saint Charles can bo hnd, with board,
at the very low rate of S1) per month. Two
large fatal1)- rooms, fronting on tho Ohio
rltcr, can lie bccurod at $!0 und f too per
month. Those rooms are double mid very
desirable. tf
(Jooil llurKiilux.
Ho, far good bargains, at A. Ilalley'.
Ho will sell ut greatly reduced prices for
tho next thirty days. No. 101 and 170
Washington avenue. lOdi-Mm
IMiilu IucnIIoii for Invalid.
Iluvo the routitu medlclnos of the profes
sion dono y oil no good r Aru you dlscour-
agod nnd inuerauioi' li io,iemio proper
ties ol tho now vcgottblo Spocltlc, Dr.
ir,..niv I'liiiiniu nstlio llnot lnvhror-
, I. I . .... v. ' i - "
tli n iindulteratlvo that has over
.mi tlm 1 lif lit. Disnentics nod persons of
bilious habit should keep It within roach, if
they va ue iienun nnu ease.
On rnlntlnfri.
Mr. Winter Is busy painting somo Isrgo
portraits lu oil. Wo nro glad to seo tho
people waking up to tho appreciation of
truo gcnliu. A lino photograph of the Her.
.Mr. Thsyer, on oihlbltlon, In life Itself.
ftlrnnt Itjrlntr.
.Mr-vrs.Schlcht.t Ulrlch have returned
toCalto Willi their Chemical an I Htenm-Dyc-li.g
eilabd'incnt, and taken uphelr qiiar
teraattho old sUnd, on Commercial nvo
mic.cornerKlghlhatreet.rriicy are prepared
to Uo annhlm; In tlm wir i.r rl..ihlm. ren
ovating, repairing nr coloring sllks.rlbbons,
kM t'ljti', cloth, . cotton and woolen
goods, osittch feathers, etc., etc., and guar
antee satisfaction In every ease.
Itultlmoro Oyalrr.
Kreh Hiltlmore shell oysurs, ovciy day,
at thd Planters' house. K. HuirNKn,
10IM!-2.Vt Proprietor.
Al.t. kinds of mixed drinks niado with
INpatch, nml inot luscious to the taHo, at
tho Crystal saloon, corner of Commercial
avenue and Sixth street. 12-6 tf
(Iron! flnrinlti.
Iteduced prices I Clothing, Uut., Caps,
Hoots & Shoes, at IIautmans.
Ik you want Hno liquors, go to tho Cryi
tal saloon, corner ot Sixth and Coimncrchl
avenue. jjwjt
Clkau and most fragrant Havanas for 10
cent, at tho Crystal saloon, corner ol Sixth
and Commercial avenue. 12-5tf
Letter Mat.
rpili: fiillowing la a Hal of letters remnlnlnr In
.1. the iin.(iillrrnl Calm, Ills,, iinnilled for
on iNitiintny, December '.'il, IsTIi
L.i Dies' LIST.
Aj.l. lot. .Miigxle
.tinlerxin, .Niiiicy
limy, Jlar)-lll.hoi-,
Hint. 11 Iiu
Allershlrv, Jennie
.tiillu.iiy, I.
Ila-lger, .Mary A.
How era, M.
Ilrnnii, A n nlo
Ilrowii, llclle
t.'litrk, tjiuru
Kurlv, Mule
lionlun, .tikllu
Hunt, .t. I,.
Uing, lluttlc
NhiI, Alli-c
l-lcrer Mattle
ItMSM'll, Joaie
iti.I.iiisoii, Ira.
I'uwle, Ulii
Vaughn, .Mrs.
tt llflama. Kllza
Young, lieuy
inn mrr. ..I I. 11
t'oi-pcr, (.In-ly
l)uiiiiMirt, If
Kunler. Khlm
tt.i.i .
lleiiileranii, sallle
Harris, (iiriie
MuiIkv. .1 K.
1'iiluee, l.ucy
I'-irter, llemietta
Itoii-M lt. Miitialu
MiieJilej, S c.
i i.. , . ttn.
. ... .Mill, I I . , III.
tVIII.nr, .Martha
Walker, .Maggie
Ailil-y, M Ci. Anderson, Henry
Aii.lerH.n, (ieo. I.
lieil', .Mr.
Ilmli, llnin C.
Ilrurc.li.tiu 1
ll.ile. .Iiiliny
liiimlrem, .1. (i.
Ilmnl. Ih.l-t A.
Anitrrson. (."Iiil
lli.ivl, (I. tV.
Ilrewer, .I. N.
I. ii.l.l. ) . I).. I Co.
II. illry .Inhn
lliauil, tti-t.t.
Hurl, Itlelmnl
"unity John
Ci.-Kriwe. Michael
lurr, T II
Uirlyle, ihoa, J,
I nnull, IMII '
He-gankiMi Alex
Drluktiuter, K.
1'l.iiinlgaii, .luiuea
llwiirli.ey, I.'. tV
lili.-ian'iiin, D.
lirfsl.y, .Iih
li, ()lirr (.'.
Ilan-en, A-loliili
II. iU. Kml
Iliil. e, John
llnn.M.u, l V.
In m.ui, .tluiizo
.loi Ilrury
laii.tniiu, A
Isilllll'llM.llgll, I..
-Mcllae, Jlr.
.Montgonrry, II.
Miller, llinry
Mjcr, John
.Miireniinler. John
MeJIennv, t'at
ononi.i'll, .M.
I'uiks, Juliu
1'atlerson, Piter
Phillips, Thoi
liinpi'll, J. P.
MiriMle, A. K.
Stocktonl, J. C.
.sells, Jii.ciih
Steels, W. II,
Sniurt, .Mill. In
thorn, Ilinmtt
llirarer, eo
Tucker. V K.
Valleyl.il ft.
tVet.-ter. Ilcn)
Welch, And
Wlltla, Chas
tVyntl, II M.
Wallace, J. .",
Weill herholt, John A.
VVrlKht, J. n.
Welcome, Peter
I ollrill I At.
(.row. Newti.n
I iH-irk, I'lililek
(ellier, nilirsttr
Cullalian, W I',
t elly John
imi, ir (.'.
Krv. A .1
r a n. .t liert II.
liilileii. t has II.
iiit u, II irt I),
iualluey, .1 I".
,1.1-ilon ..iiniiel
Huh.e.iA. (J...
Hunter i:. W.
ll.iiiiUli.il. (.rariru
lliiva. Mlrhael
Juiira, ( lias
ii.le, .iociiii
I.lu-t.ti.t r. L'li.14
1 -initi, V It.
.May. I; I'
.iiuiun, iienry
Mllliurn, Ibuk
.Morgan, .1. W
.Mclonl, Mlku
Inek, I IIO
1'iit.t, A. I
I'atti.n, Ia'v1i
I'rjnr, Sam
KiKlelkl, Andrew
Itr-.)., V .M.
smith. Albert
mi Inst, JixhiLi
Suct'ii, -act
nillh. W K.
Tiilner. Arthur
In lor, Klla
lu) lor, lieu
lels, tVliltellcUl
Viiiren. Ilrury
tVetbrnuk, A
Win, nu, Clinrlci
Walker, P. P.
tViMKlnifl", (ieo
Winn Intl. J. W.
Walt, .lu
w est, .in II.
YiiuiiK, M M.
Prrxons c.illlnir for the alio re letters will pi fate
iiy "AdurtlMsl. "
Corirctisl Dully by II M. slr.irn. commission
liiereiiuui, secreniry oi ine i-airo uoaru oi
'I rule.
Klnur, nrconlliiu lo irru-le
Corn, luixitl. Mickiil
...$! (rtfl 00
. i u.7tlo
75"i 7i3
....il (AKjllOOO
....$! 7iJ3'i1
t-i 110
, l.'.4d0
Coin, Millie, uickeil .........
tt. IIIIM-il h...h..m...
llnin, per ton
Meul, lr.iin.lrl.il. .,
llmiri,,i...lo .Voiineru roll.......
llutter, rlu.k'f ."oullieru llllnoU..
l lilckens. lieritoen H
Turkey, .rrilo2eu
lull. i. lis, .er iiozcu
IJn.ills, per iloren
.tppli-a, choice, per barrel...
.tj.jilfd, common, per barrel
Potatoes. t.er huriel
(Inloiis, )n-r lunel...
Seidiif nmnusala will l.c rrcilie.1 at hit olllce
unlit A o'clock, p. in. , ot'.suuriluy, the nccon.l
day of January, A l. Is75, lor funilshlnK the
ni.ii.'ihiU. or il.ilutc thu work, or lwth, for (he
con. tnicll. in of a new sl.lewulk on the south
l.teiifllilrlwiilli kliect, UtwisMi WaitilnKton
u eiiue uiul Walnut street, nml for the recon
stiiiftlon of lliel'ollowliiB descrlbud sidewalks,
Outhc westerly sl.k-of t'onuncrcfal oienue.
ltu.H.i. Slvtiviilh nml s.'Ml.lieiilli ttretta.uud
on the mirlherty '.ti of .seienlieiith ateiii, 1-
I wren (.niiiiiierelal nvenue aim rupiar sirei'i.
Nitil al.lewalka to be coiiatructeil ami recon-
tlruclHl ul'wiiud. , ,
mIi-I iii.hkhIs a iilsne will also 1 re
cell n I lor liirulililiiir Hie inaliiiul or ilolnil thu
work, or botli, lor Hie euiutriirtli.il nf a lirlrk
el.leHiilki.n the MfMiily si'l" i.r Coliiiiierciiil
iileiiiie, tit-run a t-eveulis-i.tli uiul KiuJiti-a-ntU
aliirts. t-ulit i.roi.o'.als aluill It' itirieclitl to Ihu
City r.iuiiellol lhii Lily of Culm, ami will be
i.iiemsl lit a met Unit nT nibt Coiinril, to U licl.l
ou sal.l ieeou.1 tl.iy of January, A l IMS. All
i.ri.iMisai aiuu is- uia.ie in acc-oiui.to minute
.ri.llon, ittiuileliieiits iiikI eiieclileatlons of
OnlliuimuNo til, iiiiioi1 .Nuuinlar Isth, A.
I) 1ST I, which onlliianceU now ou lite lu my
..nice. aiil-jiH't loexainliutloniit any time, the
l liv Cuillicll rv-eitr Hie I lent to ujeel any aud
all iniH.ils.. Wll.l. K. HAWKINS,
iitmi in. , I'ec. tyiii, tan. v..
A. 1 l-lUII BllUnillft itu... ...v
la niuetetl to iiililrma llr Price iiida trial
Uillle i.r his medicine w III U) forwMxlisl 1U.K.
lir I'rli.t I u i.-L-iilur nhvlcluu. ttlij DOS Uujfi
. ir.l.... l.i. .lr. illdACA
the treutiueut of
u study for -rears, and lie will warrant a cure by
the use of hu remedy ,...,. i,
l'o not fall to M-ml to him for a trial bottl It
costs uothtuK, and he
No matter how long: standing- your case roay
be, or how many othr ntmcdlei may hare
Circulars and trallnwnlals sent with
Address "
DR. OHA8. 7. Z.xCE'
TTiw W
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