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SEOIIET oooiETir.a.
Krilitlitn ! Pythias, meets every l-'rl-
niKin iiaii-ini seien, in
II III I ll.ini.E1 ni.M K,
( linmrllnr Commander.
.owx. At,i:XANI)i:it J.OIKIK, NO. 'tit.
fgi&j&z JnMM-iiirnt Order of ndd-rrl-1
nvj , meet's rvery 'I burs-day night
77t5f ( haff-piislsriin, In their tmll on
Commercial avenue, 1 x-t ti sixth awl dentil
Miens K 1 Kr.iT, N. U.
CXtW V.Nf AMP.MKNT, I O. n.l'.. meets
JU Odd-IVIImiV Hull mi Ihe tint nnd third
-Tuesday In every lii'iiilh, at tin 1 1'- Kit seven
JOHN II lilllllN'OX, (,' 1'
A OAlltOI.OIKii:. NO iX!,. I'. A A !M
sSyW Hold regular conunuulaitlnns In.Mii
Jsw sonic Mall, corner toiiiinrrrl.ll nvrniin
' mid i:iK( street, "ii the second nml
fourth Mumlny of inch month
Dissolution of Partnership.
rpilllurmol Wnll.l
,1. ttial convene
Dec 30, IS7t
Kilt Is dissolved liy mil'
THUS .1. KM,
'I'lio Mill proixrly, lurlixUnK 11". HuIMIiik
nml Machinery, for sale oil nnsy trims.
Add reus.
lire :n, 171.
I)u Quoin.
A. llulley.
Now l ynur time. You cm get licltcr
bargains than wen: over ofirrcd befor-i in
tli line ol stoves, tlnwarei nml house rur
nl.lilnir foods, at A. Halley'", No. KiSnnd
170 Washington live. lG-IJ-3-lm
(Jrs-iil llnriciilux.
Iteduciil prlv! Uotlilii?, Hats, Caps,
Hoots & Shoe", lit
Irc-sll Supply.
.Mr. 1'. Fllgerald hnsjut received nml
ha' on salcjit lil sale, room ii hip- stock
of Kngllsh ale, porter, llemicsy brandy
and wines, nml Ihptop, or all kinds, which
lie will dispose of at reasonable prices-.
i(M-s:t if.
Sill hit Tllirl-s.
(mod c Inulo room on Ihe upper floor nt
Hie Saint Chsrlcs ran be hud, with board,
ut tbc x cry low rate of g.'D per month. Two
large Inml y rooms, fronting on the Ohio
river, 1:111 be secured at 30 and HOO pf
month. These 100m are double and very
desirable. If
iooil IlnrRiilni.
Ho, for good bargain;, at A. JIallcy's.
lie will sell at greatly reduced prices for
the next thirty days. No. Pli en J 170
Washington avenue. ltj-II-Mm
Do is 11.
Dm 11, ilnwn they come the prices of
stoves and tinware at A Halley's, No. UN
and 170 Washington avenue. Hsatlng
tovctcit. lD-12-S-lm
Oil I'nlllllnui.
Mr. Winter l busy painting nui Urge
portralti In oil. Vc are glad to see the
people waking up to the appreciation of
true geti'm. A line photograph of tin1 Itev
Mr. Timer, on inhibition, I life ittelf.
Mlenm ll)l (Ml;.
Mt-s.r. Schh lit A IMrich h ive returned
tot'alro with their Chemical and Steam-Dy c.
lug establlsment, and taken up their o,uar
ten at the old stand, on Commercial axe
jiue.cornir L'ighlbHrce.t.,They are prepated
to do anything In the wiy of cleaning, ren
ovntlnt.', repairing "r coloring sllk,rlbboni,
kid glove, iloth, eolton and woolen
goods ostrich feathers, etc., ele.,anil guar
antee satisfaction In every case.
(Tilling Out Mile.
To-day, (Wednesday) Derembrr SO,
at 10 o'clock, a m., lull commence elhli
the Fixtures of the Arm or Parsons, Davl
.t '0. They must all be knM by the 1st of
January. I 11 111 al-o -ill tin Inhere ol the
Mork on html. The furniture consl.t ol
Shchlng. Counter, Show-Cape, Ac., .tc.
AUo, Olllc I'lirnlturo, includlii ; n good
nl.cil Flri'-jiroof Sale. The ile will eon
tluuo during the day, and nl.'o on Thurs
day, until alt Ii 'old.
.1. T. Tiiomax, Assignee.
(alro, Dee. '!, 1471, 121-12 2U-21
Ilollilny rirenlM.
Daiik'l llnrtnian InvltfS tin: attriitlon
of the public to the Immense assortment
nf new, lieaittirul, itH'fnl nml ornamental
L'ooih that will In a few days be dis
played at his Koiv, compilslno; beautli'til
China tea sot. hanUoinLs cologne or toilet
Mtf, UoliPiiilau vacs, Jewel boxes, riolls
nt all fcles and prkvr Corner Sixth
ctwt mid Commercial avenue.
Lumber Still :luir Hon 11.
Ai wo are determined to eloo out our
.toekBHCOdlly, preparatory f winding up
budness we will sell all kinds ol lumber nt
two dollar per thousand Ions thun market
prke. A large lot of lath and -tovc wood
on hand, which will be hold at correspond
Ingly : iv rates. Wai.i. & F.ST.
For Hoots and Shoes ol any
rS style, quality or dorrlptlnn go
W ' to Wm. Klilura on Twentieth
utrcet, or nt No.Sl Ohio Levee, lie guar
antee: to each purchaser the dock that he
dclerts, and manufactures bouts at all prices
ranging from S 00 to s"l.'i 03. Customers
troubled with cornB or tender feet, ato
guaranteed an oa'y lit, as boots are lilted to
t tie foot. In tho abseneo of Mr. Khler, who
will superintend both simps, Phillip Ihugh
will have charge of the I.eveo shop and IM.
Fltgerald the shop on Twentieth street.
Thanking hU patrons for pat favors Im so
licits a contluuan co of the same.
New I.uiiilier Yard.
Charles Lancaster and Newton Uieo, (lato
with Walter) both well known to our citi
zens, and lo river men generally, have cs
UblMicd a lumbar yard In Cairo, corner of
Sixteenth street and Commercial avenuo.
Thoy will keep every description of build
ing material and Mcamboat lumber, doors,
sash, blinds, mouldings, shingles, lath, etc.,
etc., nnd uro determined to sell lower thau
lumber has over been so'd In Culro. They
solicit a lair tiinl from Hteaml10.1t men and
builders, and guarantee satisfaction In all
eases. aS7-10-27-tl.
C'dlro I'.iiteriirUe.
Sproal, 1W Ohio Levee, Is receiving Now
Orleans oysters overy morning In bulk, llo
Is making Ids own cans and packing his
own oysters, thereby avoiding the exorbi
tant charges for transportation, nnd Is ena
bled to furnish a better article at a less
price than any other dealer. Patronize a
home Institution, null benefit yourself.
FRIDAY) JANUARY 1, 187."..
lnicr To.Jlorrnw.
'I'hlx belli"; New Year's day, there will
be no paper lued from this olllce to
morrow. I'm' Sale.
A young horse, four ycni'H old, well
broken to drive 'Ingle or double, nml Is 11
good Kiddle horse. Enquire at 'I'm: llt'i.-
l.r.'MN olllce
Will ItceHie Cnllx.
W'o ate rcipieslcd to wy that calls will
bo received Ibis morning at the ftoie of
I'lir-ous, Davis Co., Tenlli street.
Goods will Im: given it way.
.1. T. TnoMts.
Will Itrrrlie.
aIIsm'.s Ida Christy and .Sarah Ross,
(colored), reqnext us to Hale that they will
receive, calls at the residence of -Mrs. I..
Co 11 eo rill 11 Hull.
'I'lie Cairo Concordia will given ball at
Klliiio'ahall onthor.tli lnt. The pal ties
given by this society heretofore have
always been very pleaatitaf1alrvinil 'I'l
one, wehojie. will Iks no exception.
Itltr lliislnrss.
Iliisiness in Cairo U not .-o dull n It
inl"lit be, judging from the cash Miles of
the.VeW York More, ( has. O. l'aiicr &
Co,, proprietor. During Ihe Ja-t four
months, ending Decemlcr IMMli, 1ST I, the
msli sale, bv the above named linn
imouuted lo $7".000. Tlds, no doubt. Is
the result of sipure dealing.
roller Court.
A colored ladv named .Mollie Hunter
wa arrestcit ami uikeii orioii- .mnge
Ilro bv OllleerCaln j e-tenlay aflernoon,
on couiiiami 01 .ur. i.'i", nn in;
that Mollie wn guilty of the iniladyllke
act of bombarding her house with Hones,
for which the judge lined lier live dollar.,
nml cicts. -Mollie lias engaged a iiiit of
rooms at the Hotel di: McCarthy,
where tw will "receive" to-day.
Until' I.eeluro.
The second lecture of the vxvt to be
delivered In the High School building
during the winter, will take place next
Moiulav night, .January 4. Mr. D. L.
Davis, of the .Sun, will addre-s the
audience, which, we have no doubt, will
Iw a large one. Mr. DavNK a well-read
man. a 1 cry good talker, with plenty of
vim, and his lecture will l an Interest
ing and lif truc.tlve one.
Kulglili or l'.l llilns.
At a meeting of the Knights ol
I'ytldas. belli at their "Caitle Hull" on
Tuesday night, the lollowlng named
olllccrswere i-h-eted for theeifiilng term:
C. 1C. Slack, Chancellor Commander;
.Ino. 11. Cos.sman, vice i iianceiior, 111
K. Hawkins, Keeper of Records and
Seal; .Ino. A. Holmes, Maxtor at Arms;
M. M Moore, Ma-ter of Excliefiuer;
F. Uross, 1,'epresentatlve to ( Srand Lodge,
and .Ino. II. Uberly, Alternate.
Hon. Oeorge W. Wnll.itf'DuQttoln,
was In the city yesterday, and called upon
the editor of T11 r. IIl-m.ki in.
Mr. OlKrly will leave tbU afternoon
to attend an Odd-Fellow.' celebration,
and deliver an addre-s. at Kinmumlay.
Hon. Dan Muun and lady and Mls
1'ertieMunn. lcll this city for Chicago
vcoterday afternoon.
I'rof. Pike, principal of the PitMlcld
public school, was In the city yeterday.
The I'.iliropiil I.llirary.
Mr'. Cillbert, wife of Rector Gilbert, and
Miss Mollie Webb are canvassing the
Second ward soliciting ..ubcriptloiii from
tho-e who feel disposed to aid the KpUeo
pal church in purchasing a new library
for their Sunday, school. They com
menced their labors yesterday morning,
and entertain hope, that when they have
vi.ited the many good people who dwell
in their Held of action, they will be re
warded by being able to add a considera
ble sum of money lo Ihe library fund.
Hunting Club Hull.
The Cairo Alexander County Hunting
Club, gave their ball and Mipler at
Schcel's hall lat night. The hall was
well lllled with the friends of the- society,
each and every one of whom entered Into
the festivities with his whole soul. The
supper was the most delleiou. repast that
has been set before the people of this city
for many a day, nnd was demolished byl
the company In a very creditable manner.
Dancing was kept up until a late hour,
when tin: party broke up, all present be
ing satlsllcd to go home and sleep away
the lint few hours of the new year.
Some three years ago, Willii Green, a
colored gentlemen of this city, was pay
ing liU addresses lo a colored damsel
named Sarah Thomas, and was conlldeut
that ho pns.ccd her deepest affect ions,
when lo ! and behold, another suitor put
In an appearance and gained a very prom
inent po.ltlon In the esteem of tho afore
said Sarah. This made WHIN fairly spit
lite. He determined to avenge himself on
tho tickle and unfaithful Sarah. He
shouldered an axe, went to her, anil ful
lllled Ids vow by cracking heron the head
with the sharp end, dropped tho murder-!
ims weapon, lit out and was not heard of
again until a few days ago, when Sherill"
Iilvn was informed that he was in this
city. This being one of the eae.s that
the sherllV delights In, he worked the
matter up, and sticcecdedluarrestlngand
conllnlng the would-be murderer In tho
county jail until Tuesday afternoon,
when' lm was given a hearing before
Judge Uross. After hearing the evidence
In the case, Ills' Honor held tho prisoner
to ball In tlio sum of live hundred dollars,
to answer the chargo preferred against
him! nt tho next term ot the district
court, In default of which ho was sent to
John Donnelly nl Home.
Wc have received n number of The Hot''
dtr City lleruld, published nt Fall River,
Massachusetts, containing an account ol
the arrival at that place ot Olllccr N'il
IIpiii Winter, having In custody .lohn
Donnelly (((fa Dyer, who was arrested
luthlsclty fome time ago by Chief of
Police, Module, on the charge of having
hot Joseph Alty,of Fall River, two
years ago. The olllccr ami ins prisoner
reached Fall River on the '-'(lib lust,, in 1
the next day Donnelly was bound ovei
for trial at the Supreme Court In $8,000
TU Herald ays:
Olllccr Winter slates that Donnelly nr
rlved at Cairo two years ago this month,
and .secured employment under a .section
bois of the Cairo ti, Illinois mllro.nl, and
boat (led nt the Vlckburg Hotel, kept by
Mrs. McCarlhv. WhlM there he gained
ihe nllcction of a young daughter of the
landlady, and shortly afterwards was ln
Mtalled as clerk of 'the bouse. She was
about graduating from the High School
In that place, aiidehennil D01 liy were
to have been married the coming .March.
'I ho iy Ik- Old It.
The colored folks had a lestlval hist
Tuc-day night, nnd It was a most brilliant
all'alr. All Ihe colored people- werethcre,
all who had money enough and wanted
to spend It in that way. and everything
was lovely and the goo-e hung high.
Reuben Smith was there, runningaeaiidy
and cake stand, at which he was coining
monev. Reuben had a cigar box for a
money drawer, and it was m arly full of
shlnplaters. It had SiS in It.
"Flip" was also there. "Flip's" rigid
name Is Henry Snyder, but everybody
all. him "Flip" for .hort. Well, "Flip"
got bis eye on Keub"n' cigar box full of
money, and. impelled ulthth' thought
that be could put the contents of Ihe box
to good u-e.he determined inposse.s It or
bust. For .(line time "Flip" lingered
near, looking for something to turn up
that would ghe him a rliance to go for
the initeh cowled box. but he was doom
ed to disappointment. he made up his
mind to manage the matter In a more
satisfactory manner. "Flip" has an eye
tobtfluc", and on lliN particular oeca
sion, thateye win wide o n. lie gave a
Utile eoloicd boy leu cents vWi the-instruction
thai lie -diouldgo to Rcuben'e
stand and buy a piece of
cake. The grateful little young
ster took the prollcrcd money, went
and did precisely as he wa? bid. "Flip"
followed him, and when Reuben went to
the other end ol hli .stand to cut thecake
for the boy. "Flip" elevated the box
and Its contents, tucked It under hi-coat
and stepped into an ante-room, thinking
that he had not been seen, and congratu
lating himself on his success as a tlll-tap-per.
Rat "Flip" was mistaken. Reu
ben's 'Mianllan angel was nigh. In the
shape of a big buck nigger, who broke
the sad news of the misfortune to Reuben.
When Reuben heard the story of his
friend, he made a break for the room
where "Flip" was concealed, but the bird
had down with Reulien's cigar box under
his wing. Reuben gave chase, but "Flip,"
had lieen there before, and outran Ids
pursuer, who gave up and returned to hi
stand In a mo.t melancholy state of mind,
and uitba look of earnc-lncsi upon his
ebonv countenance, that brooded no good
to the villain who had In such a. systematic
manner taken the bread and butter from
the mouths of his wife and children
Yesterd: y morning he hail "! lip ' ar
rested, taken before Judge Hird and
tried. He wa- found guilty and held to
bail In the sum of live hundred dollar", to
an.wcr the charge of stealing. at the next
term of the circuit court. Not ilndin,
anyone who was willing to take the
chances on him. "Flip" was sent to ihe
county Jail for i-afe-kccping.
Miter l'llrher l'oiuiil.
Soon after the Mary Alice left this port
for New Orleans, on her last trip, an ele
rant silver nltcher was louud in one of
her barges, and Is supposed to have been
stolen from some ncr-ou In tlds city and
hid in the barge. A lady s name Is civ
graved upon It. Cant. Toms, of the
.Mary Alice, has the pitcher in safe keep
Ing, and will be glad to restore It to the
owner, If that person will appear and
properly identify the property.
(irnnil Xeu Year's) I. illicit.
Geo. Lattner, at tho comer of Four
teculli street and Washington avenue,
will .prcad a
lor his customers this morning. All are
invited to call, eat, drink and he merry,
The bar will, as Usual, be supplied witli
Milwaukee beer, thebe.t brands of liquors
and the llncet cigars.
i;enerul Hems.
The ice on the slaughter house pond
was nearly two Inches thick yc-terday
evening, nnd if the weather remains as
cold a. It Is ut this writing, skating will be
good to-day.
The Panic Chili's "Hard Times
Party" at tho St. Charles Hotel last
night, was a grand success, and every
body enjoyed themselves hugely. Full
particulars of the parly will be given in
Sunday morning's- Him.i.kti.v.
Mr. Dean, head clerk at the St.
Charles hotel, is the individual who was
fortunate enough to win tho clock that
was rallied for at the St. Charles bar
room Wednesday night. The clock Is a
beautiful one, and U valued at one hun
dred dollar. Mr. Dean Hupped the die,!
box three times, and succeeded In turn
ing up forty-four spots.
We would politely suggest, that those
persons who feel that It is necessary to
get drunk at least once a year, do so
to-day, as the main stall" of this paper
left the city this morning, and Tuu llui
i.v.tin will be scarce of local on Sunday,
unless business in the police, court Is lively.
Those who may contribute an Item to us
by gelling drunk and being put in the
calubooe. will please accept our heartfelt
thanks lor their tlioughtfuluess, and desire
to make this an Interesting local paper.
We clip! tho following from 2Vic
HVfA7i sVriM of Fall lllver Maesachii
setts: "Olllccr Wm. A. Winters, who
went to Cairo after Dyer, speaks in high
terms ol the courtesy of City Marshal
Mcllale, of Calro,Mnd his assistants, who
did everything In their power to nsslst
lilm In fulfilling ltU mission, and secur-1
Ing the prisoner. They did their whole
duty in tlio premise anil are entitled to
the IhankH of the community ns faithful
public servants."
Who Will Kulrrtnlii Culler on New
Venr'i liny.
The following ladles Inform us of their
Ii 1 utlon of receiving enlls New Year's
. ay :
Mrn. Jacob Martin will receive her
friends at home.
Mrs. Dr. Dunning will receive her
friends nt home.
Mrs. A. H. Fields will receive calls at
her home on Eighth .street.
Mrs. E. E. Wnlbrldgc nnd Misses I.u
and Ella Wnlbrldgc will receive calli.
Miss Thompson and Miss Rogers will
iccelve their friends with Mr. X. Linton.
Jlr. P. II. Ppe and Mrs. C. W. Hen
derson will receive with Mrs. Wood Rlt-
Misses Maroa Powers and Ida Harrell
will receive calls at the reslilencu of Mr.
M.ll. Harrell.
The Misses McGnuley will receive
their friends nt their home on Division
Mrs. John Antrim, uslitcd by Mrs.
Charles Thrupp, will receive, calls at the
residence of the former.
Mrs. Stratum and Mrs. Dr. Smith will
receive calls at Mrs. Stratton'ii.
Mrs. MeCullough, Mrs. Hughes. Mrs.
I'hl nnd Mrs. S. Rllteuhouse. nlitcd by
Miss .Mollie Roe of Springfield, III., w ill
be pleased to .ec their Irlcnds at the
Itlelock house.
Mr,.. Dr. R. S. Ilrigham will receive
her Irlcnds at home.
Mlsei Lucie Wilson, Mollie E. Riley
und Ella F. Armstrong will receive calls
nt the re-idence of S. WINon.
Ml-s Emma Riley will receive her
friends at the residence of Dr. Dunning.
Ml.es Louisa Ylucent nnd Eugenie
WINon will receive calU at the residence
of Mr. F. Vincent.
Mrs. Sam Williamson will receive her
friends at her residence.
Mrs. G. G. A Word will be plea.-ed to
see her friends to-day at hcrliome, corner
Walnut and Twenty-second streets.
Miss Annie ICebcy will receive calls at
the residence of Mrs. Sam Williamson.
Mrs. J. M. Phillips and MUs Rettle
Parker will receive calls at tbc residence
of Mr... Phillip.
Mrs W. II. Green, witli Misses Cora
and Laura Green and Miss l lorcnce
Creasy, will receive at the residence of
Mn. W. 11. Green.
Mrs. W. P. Wright and Miss Carrie
Pngles will receive their friends at the
residence of Cnpt. W. P. A 'right.
Mrs. II. L. Ilalliday, Mrs. A. Van Law.
Miss M. Halllday and Miss Ella Robblns
will receive their friends nt the residence
of Mr. H. Ilalliday.
Other names will Ik- added to Ihe above
list to-morrow morning. Ladles desir
ing to have their names added can do so
by sending them to this olllce to-day.
Mrs. Wilcox, Mm. Rradley. Mrs. Win.
ter, Mrs. Howe, assisted by Miss Annie
Pitcher, Miss Laura Rexford and Miss
Minnie Hill, will reecho their frlcnfls at
the St. Charles hotel.
Port I.lsl.
Steamer Jim Flsk, Paducah.
' Thompson Dean, barge.Cin.
" Mary Alice and barges, N. O
" Chas. Morgan, New Orleans.
Smoky City, barges, Ohio river,
Joe. Kinney, icksburg.
" Utah, St. Louis.
It. E. DeRucy, Mls. river.
Steamer Jim Flsk, Padueah.
" Thompson Dean, barge, X. O
" .Tallica Howard, New Orleans
" Charles Morgan, Cincinnati .
" Smoky City, barge, below.
Utah, Memphis.
ItIVr.lt, WUATIIElt and nusiNi:ss.
The weather still continues cold and
cloudy. At live o'clock p.m., now be
ran falling, and tlm Indications are that
it will continue through the night. Has
incss continues dull, as stated yesterday
Tho Ohio river i-tlll continues to go up
the ri-e vesterday being one loot one
inch and three-fourths.
Ctmo, I1.1.S., Tiii'itsiiAv Evknino,')
December 31. 187-1. J
Tho weather turned very cold alter the
rain of .Monday, and remained so up to
the present writing, but there are Indica
tions to-night of a thaw. Heavy Hoods
are coming out of the Ohio and its trib
utaries, and the river is ri-ing steadily
Tlio market is quoted tinner all round
mid prices rule steady to-day, but without
any change. llecelpt Jhavo been liberal
in everything, and stocks arc heavy.
Choice grades of Hour are plenty and
dull, but low grades cannot be had in
quantities siilllcleut to till orders.
Itecelpt.s of grain lor la-n live days
were as ioiiows: 11 cars oats, ,1 cars
of corn and I cars of wheat.
ESyOur Irlcnds should bear in mind
that the prices hern given are usually for
sale from Hist hands in round lots. In
tilling orders and for broken lots it Is nec
essary to charge an advance over thee
The market Is unchanged. Choice Is
plenty and dull. Low and medium grades
acllve ami scarce; In fact, the market is
entirely bare. We note sales of 500 bhU,
SI 50(o'5 75; 700 bbls City Mills, $150
(0 50; 300 bbls, Sir0S 75; 500 bbls,
$1 755 75; 100 bbls, $ 1 50(20 00; 300 bbl,
$t 50Q575.
Two cars choice mixed, delivered,
SIS 00; 1 car strictly choice timothy, de
livered, ?'J1 50; I caw prime mixed and
timothy, delivered, $18 0020 00; 1 car
choice timothy, delivered, 21 00; 1 car
choice mixed, delivered, $18 CO; 3 cars
choice timothy, delivered, $21 00; 2 cars
choice timothy, delivered, $20 00; 1 car
prairie, delivered, Sin 60.
Receipts havo been liberal nnd stocks
arc large. The feeling is a little Ilrmer
to-day, and prices nre steady with light
demand. We note sales of 0 cars No. 2
mixed In bulk on track, ffC', 2 cars No. 2
while In bulk on track 03c; l cars No. 2
mixed hi sacks on track, 72c; 5 cars No. 2
mixed In bulk on track. 07c: 11 cars re
ded In bulk on track, 01c ; 2 cars re-
cctcd In bulk on track, 0,"c; Hears No. 2
mixed delivered 77c. w
The supply Is large lor the demand,
but prices are Mcady and firm. Sales
were 2 cars No. 2 black seed oat, sacked,
0c; 10 cars No. 2 white In Micks deliver
ed, 0,"c; 1 car No. 2 black mixed In sacks
delivered, C'e; 3 cars No. 2 mixed In
acks delivered, 01c ; 1,000 sacks No.2
mixed delivered, C."c; 1 car No. 2 mixed
In bulk on track, d'Jc; 70aeks black,
from tore, 77c; oears mixed dellieird,
The supply tillering Is limited, and
prices steady and unchanged. We note
sales of IIOO bbls steam dried delivered
1 OT. ; 2(X) bbls kiln dried dellvernl : M ;
100 bbls green meal It W); MO bbl city
meal II 7J5.
Active and scarce. Receipts Iiml steady
sale at quotations. Sales reported were
cars in -acks delivered HI 00 : 1 car in
acl;s delivered 1 W).
The slock on hand Is large, but should
the cold weather continue dealers will
get better prices. The demand Is fair.
Sales were 0 boxes choice Northern loll,
oOO lbs choice Northern roll, 2."ic;
100 lbs choice Southern Illinois, 'JIlc; .100
lbs choice Southern Illluoi-, 225.2:lc; 800
lbs choice Northern roll. 2lfj,U0c.
The market Is overstocked and very
quiet. Sales are very slow, and 20u Is as
high as wo can quote them to-day.
Sales 5 boxes, shlpperi count. 2.1c ; 500
doen, sold early, 2."c; o00 dozen, sold
arlv, 25c; 10 boxes, 20 to 2;tc.
There Is a good demand at present for
dressed turkeys and prices, jumped up to
121c to-day. Everything elc is plenty
and dull. Sulci,: Two dozen dres.ed
gee-e, SIl 00 and S3 SO; 10 dozen dressed
chickens, S2 2.VJ2 50; 200 pounds tur
keys, So; H00 lbs. turkeys, p.'Jc; 0 coop3
ive chickens, si 7.V, oOO coops dressed
poultry, CgSc.
Plenty and quiet, very little demand
for anything rrtJt strictly choice. Sales
100 bbls choice Northern 3 00(2-1 25; 100
bbls medium 2 &OG1..2 75.
Dull nnd hard to sell; plenty in market;
10 bbls sold atO 0010 00.
There Is not much game coming In,
and no great demand for it. e note
sales of 50 doz. rabbits and quails 75c
1 00; 25 doz. rabbits SOc; 20 doz. quails
1 00.
Choice peach blow potatoes arc quoted
at $2 75(3 00; choice onions S-t 0OQ4 50
nor barrel; not much doing In either. e
note sales of 25 barrels peach blow poln
toes, 2 7,",; .""barrels peach blow pota
toes, $3 00.
Tho market U quiet anil Inactive. Price-
have a tendency lo weaken. We quote
to-dav: Dry salt clear side, 1010c ;
dry salt, clear rib sides, 10101e; dry
salt shoulders, 7J,e27Jc; bacon hams,
12J13e; mess pork, S10 50
O. I. c.
Just received : A large stock of gold
and steel eye-g!asse. Spctaclcs lo suit all
kinds of eves, at Houpt's, 150 ashing
ton avenue. 122-12-3l-3t.
Goto Winteii's 0llkko and:e 1,U
specimen of iilioloiragUir nrt. Hall an
hour can be rpent very pleasantly lu view,
Ing soma ol ihe wc 1-kn wn laces ot our III
zens. Mr. W. has on baud u largo stuck ol
now and elegant frillies, tuPablc lor hul
I lay gifts. V ot graphs made only upon
Friday and .Saturdays, exeep Inir by spec
lal appointment. Gallery open c cry eienhg
lor visitor.-.
llooluiiikvrs) Wnnteil.
Two or three bootmakers can llnd em
ployment by applying at
53-12-13-tf Wm. Emxiis.
I'lirlalnird Wiitelien.
All Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, that
havo been left with me for repairs, 1 11 widen
the caargca are unpit d, will be this de
left at tho Jjwelry store of Sir. II lloupl.
on Washington avenue, and will at the end
of thirty days Irom this date oe sold to pay
charge.' UmtMAN Niu.uit.
0iu). Ills., December 0th, 1871.
Afler the 1'lre.
I (till have a few nrst- lass Wood nnd Coal
Cook Stov s; also Parlor, Oilieo and llox
Htntlng Stoves; Sugar Kettles, Oirns,
.Skillets and Lids; AlrUrttes Mantel Orates
Chain l'umps, LIU Pumps, .stove-pipe,
Kluown, Zinc, Sheet Iron. Tlti-plate, 'Cop-
. . e f I ly .......
per, etc. aijo a lew mum mm vn.-.
Sev lies, not Injured by tho tire. Also n
vnilety of other goods, which I am ofterlnj;
at irom 25 to 75 per eont. below co-d. Call
immediately If you wunt 11 bargain, ns I ant
determined to elo-c out within ten iljys.
No. Hid Commercial avenue.
121 1'2-31-lOt. T. .1. Kisr.Tii.
t'lty I.lcciisjex.
Merchants, saloon-keepers, runners,
teamsters, and nil others Interested, wlion!
licenses expire January 1st, are hereby
untitled that the same must bo renewed on
or before tho fifth day of January, 1S75.
A prompt compliance herewith will pave,
trouble. Ily order of the mayor.
Wii.i. K. Hawkins), City Clerk.
C.uiio, December 30, 1871.
AVIlldlllu- I'll.
All pcrnons knowing themselvog to bn
indebted to me nre respectfully remieste'.l
to pay up their accounts: by January I, as 1
am desirous or winding up my business 0
soon a possible, preparatory to making a
new start. All account! unpaid by Januur y
Kith, will be placed in tho hands of in
attorney for collection. T. J. Kimin.
The bostoystcri at tho I)clmoiilcoIl.
tatirant, 2C7-9-W-.f,
If you want fresh oysters without pay.
lm lor tlii e n and raiitp irtatlon, g to
Spioat'", lio Ohio . iVC", and get them by
the pall full, fresh every morning. H-4-.
Ilailn. nlvcu up my ol 1 stand on the
levee n..d Ink. n Keoliter .V llro's uliup. on
V. glith strict, I ah .11 ho prepared to sup
ply tlm citizens of Cnlro with tlio best
lueati the market ulloriN. l'lc.iso cill aiid
see inc. Pun.. IIoWAUn.
Klght-yoar old Iluilrbm, oiily at the
Crystal Siloon, coin.r of Sixth abd Cou.
iierclal avenue. 12 It
Clo to Sproat'n, 13r Ohio Lovcc, at.d
get younytts by the hundred or ent
ires!! every morning 12-1-tl
All kinds of mixed thinks made with
dispatch, nml must hneioiis to tli ute, nt
tlio Cry.t.d saloon, cornef of Cuintiiri'ulnl
nvtlillo and Sixth strcc . 12-5-ir
Sproat, 135 Ohio Levee, Is lurnbblng
oy-tc s In iho light thipe. Futallle., ian
bo suppled in any quantity ficsh every
moin.n. (2 4-tf
Get your oyster nt the IMiuom co.
-.loo Ito .ckcr is now in full eoutrol ot
tlio Wadilti'jton bakeiy, and having iunrn
cd thu wants of the public, Is prepared to
sut ply on call a 1 demands fur French loaf,
llo'ton, lhoivn and Graham bread, and
everything ehe ordinarily louiul In a tirst
claifbak ry. He maintains a fulsto.kol
confectioneries, and can, as well m any
other dealer In tho city, 1111 all orders In
that line. Cukes baked, iro-tcd or orna
mented on short notice. Spctla lattcntlou
given to the orders of wedding or picnic
parties. 0 12-tf.
lear and most frjgrant Uavanas for 10
cen s, at tlm Crystal niloon, corncrol Sixth
and eiiMiitrol d avenuo. 12-,tf
C'-ync's oysicr dipot and retnurai.t.
Oysters In tho shell nnd can, fresh ivcry
day, at l'hll sjaup's 1 Id stand, between
sixth and .-jeve tli streets, Cairo, Illinois.
If you want UnellnU'irs, go to the Crys
tal saloon, corner ol .Sixth an J Commercial
avenue. 12-5t
The finest brands of cigars kept 1011
ttantly at the Crystd saloon, corner ofSlxlh
ktreotand Commercial avenue. 12-Mf
Fresh oy-tcrs or anything cIo you
want at tlm IMmonlco It staiirant, open
day and night.
Fresh oyct'T or anything ihe you
want at the Delmonlco Restaurant, open
day and night.
1'UitK Irish whisky punch, app'c and
honey, pcacli and honey, Tom and Jerry,
Impoited alo nnd porter and tho Ili.csi
wl cs In iiuy mirk t, at Ihi Oiyslal saloon,
corner of sixth and CoiuinercI.il iivonuo.
Ncwly-Uttccl. finely furnl-hcd barber
sho.i by Gcorgo Stelnhullse, c rncr Com
niorrlal avenue nnd Ll.'hth s'reet. Y nr.
otpr.ictco hivo glvca him a light hand
th it m krs a smooth s .ave dtllchlful. All
who try turn once will cdl again All tho
lito dally paner ara kept on his table lo"
the bnicfltol his costomeru, nnd mere is
no tediom wattlugfar turns. tf
10 lbs sugar for SI, at Wilcox's.
3 lbs butter for SI, at Wilcox's.
1 lbs coll'ce for $1, at Wilcox's.
Potatoes 80 cents per bushel, at Wil
cox's. Winilctl.
Fiftv toSovfiity-flvo ildlurs per month.
Agents wanted everywhere. Tcaclieis, 1,1.
dies, g'nts, etc., etc. No capltd or out
lay required, betid 2 1 ccnt for post igo on
outtlt, to l. C. Wr.i.ciiMA.v,
tl Irvlu Station, Union County, Ohio
Ituonw u Iteut.
Eight rooms to rent on Third street br.
tween Wush ngton iu'd Commercial ave
nues. Apply to William .Mcllale, or at
this office.
Ot uteri-
Kresh Ihltlmnro oister.s received dally
and 10I1I by I'll I. H.Saup. 500-1 1-29-tf
I.iiurh l'.vcry Day.
Fresh It iltlmorn shell i-y-tt rs, every day,
at the Planter- house E. Ht)i:r.KU,
lU0-12-25-0f. Proprietor,
Ilnltluiorc Ovxtrrs.
George Littner corncrof Fourteenth and
Washington avenue, will fu'iitnh he ealK r,
every day to h's pitroiw a No. 1 lunch, be
tween the hour of icn and twelve o'cl ck
Krc.li Jlllwauk- e beer and fragrant II ivana
cigar to be had nt his bar at all times.
Nettle tip.
I wish ovorr person Indebted to mo to
rail and settle before- the 1st ol January,
1ST5, as I have concluded to carry on a
ttlctlv cadi btlslnesi on aid after tint
d ite. lfsottlemont Is not made as request
ed In this notlco, tho amount duo to me
will bo collected by law.
Anoi.rii Swononi.
Cuito, ll.I... Dee. 14, 1871.
A tA'ronir 'ii"ilom i'orreeteil.
ltliUlie generally ihe custom to take
stroi'g ilvtr siliiiiilaiiia lor the cu e 01 liver
co upl Inl, and both tho mineral and ego
iuIiIm kuigiloiui li.ivu been illligeinly
aa-trehud to proetiro ttiu ni"t drastic ami
piilnonous purgatives In orde' to pi odneo a
now b 1 nl 1 licit upon thu liver, und aro so
the buying and 0 lecbhd o gun l b s
yatim d troaimentiii' iitho.ain-princl lo
as that ol gl Ing a wi 11k at il duidtltated man
l irgu ponloii' of br-inly to enable him to
do n i" rt iln titimuut of work lieu tlm
stimulant . withheld, the o gin, like ihe
sys'om. gr.t ual y r la s s Into a more tor
iiid or sluggish mid weakened cm d t on
than befor. . What then I. W.iut' d? Mnll
clues, whb h. w lido they causa the hlto to
tlow lively tr im tho I'ver, ns that organ is
torn d Inio actio -, will not overwoik and
thus debtlllnto It, but will, when their uso
it dl co .tlnued, to ve ill- liver sireiuth.
oued nml heulthy, filch renedloi ate
louud in Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dl -cuu-ry
and I'll g-ttlvo Pellet'.
Husk, Texas, May ID h, lS'il,
Dr It. V l'linai:. llurtalo, N. 1.
n.i.i-Slr-Alv wife la.t vrnr nt tilts tllllO
was ct ntiiictl lo her bed with Chronic I rv. r
DUmise. lbHiloiiool the best doctors to
tee her, andhe gaie Iter 11 to ill-, when J
......, ., tniiin of viiui' medieliiH I
I.1IOII1 i.ji--.. - , , I.,!..,.
bought ono iiotuo nii eoiiiiiiuiiieu tniofi
It. She then weighed 8- lbs : now she
weh'iis 110 lbs, nnd Is robust and hoarty.
hho" Ins taken eight uotllei. In all, o ou
see 1 mu un advocate lor your M dlu.ucs.
William Mka.kl.
1101 1.ANIilIOUSH.Il cKlnril. 111.. P1" J!U,
7t.-lir. It V I'lKitci:. llutlal -, N. Sir:
I have now imeu iiiur uuiiiva m j;
(Jo den ileilleut Dl coviry In cintiOiPon
with x our Pellets, ami inu-t say that noth
ing I ha 0 evertak n lor my liver hasdono
tnS us much good. 1 tcel like new nun.
Thanks to x our wonderful mcdlelro.
W. f,Cot)Y, ("Uutlalo ltl.l.")
"X.i .. .HI, l-.u. 1.1.1. imIM lr oar MBlt.a
ICI.iul CiWmU wllliol sm. '"J";s
Si tvnim Co., 131 SrWr, iw Yn
Corrected Dally by K M Slrarns, Minmljuion
merchant, fcccieUry of the imu lijrd 0f
Tmue. .
Flour, acroiillnc lo crulr tl mi im
Corn, mixed, inrkcd ;tc
Com, whit, Mcknl (v'ba
(lats, mlft . oic,
tlran, per ton flOjJIiolO
.Unit, ittram dried J trt
iitmrr, Choi .Viitlicni roll ajc
liultcr, rliolco uutliirn llllnoli Wvt c
y.fgi. I i-riliucn an
Chlrktns, ;rilorn Jf $1 Org! 60
1 iimey, ht 1101m z. U 0010 00
lUlililt 1. .rr dozen aim
IJualU, erilu'n (1 ()
Alii"i, inoi'.e, per uarni sj 00 2 'a
Aliu, common, r lmrii-1 J lo
rotators. ItTlantl
Onions, nr kind Jlv 0
011iKHr11r.11 uour SO
lte Hour . . .. , 5;j
.. f?,,e''J,rtl;'l will lie retell ii at my olllce
Until 6 fiVlnt-k. 1. m . ,.r i... .v..
d.ir of .untiary, A I) , l7 fur liirnMilinr Ihe
materials or doing the work, or both, rurthe
roiiitrurtlmi or n new sldi-walk oil the souili
alileof llilrtrrntli slieet, betneen Unjlilnatun
nrcniienml Walnut Mitrt, and Tor the rtcon
itnictionor thorollowing dcicriW tldewnlkt,
t)n the westurly side of Commercial avenue,
Ix-twmislxtmitluinit -rvcntrrntli ttrrrta, nnd
oittlienrthrrlyilc of etenlnnth meet, le
lii wi l onimrrcliil nvcniie nnd I'oplnr stiret.
Slid (Mvw.ilk4 to be constructed and tecou
tnicteil or wood
Jralnl irooi.iU ni above Mill alo be ro
celled foi-fui nl. Iilnit the material or doing the
work, or Iwth, Tor the lon-ttiicllon or brlcic
hlciv.ilk on the we.trrly slilc of Commercial
nlrinte, beliveet Senntwntli and l.lnhirentli
elm-U. Suld iirnivml ehall I c dlrectnl to tho
Cltyloiinrllof the 1 liy or (alio, nnd will lie
onnl Ma nutting . mid ounrll to beheld
on mid srrond il.iy ! intinnrr, l IS7J, '11
pnim!ils Khali lm mule In ucnmt iiir with the
liroililoim, iniuiii'mrntt and t ix-rlllrallona of
ilnllnanir No. '.U, iiiiiMtrit .Not ember "stli, .
ll. IsTI, which ordfiunrc Is now mi tile lo my
offlrc. snbjrrt to rvimln.itloti nt any time H.e
1 liy Council ii-rrvin Ihe rinht lo lrjrct any and
nil proionU. Wll.l. K. HAlVKI.Nsf,
Cairo, Ills , Dec ttilh, is7l. CHyllerk
nut n vi.i:.
.Vol Iff
Is hereby given tluit default Iniilnir been mniln
for more than sixty days In the luiimrni rfu
the vim
portion 01 uir amount tcriiml ( be iuhi by 11
rrrbuti .Mortirner exrciilfl by Jlirhuel E.,it to
Simiiel .bints liiylornnd IMiiinl'nr ins 'Inr
ties of the Calm ity l'mpntv, dated Oct ber
Kill, lsiil, nrorilrd In Ihe lire .riler'n OlUtr, In
and for Alexander county, In tin- Slnie 1 f Illi
nois, In book "M" nrdinU, miru lni. etr , we.
Hie undersigned, mid liuste.-- will 011 ..itur
day. the nth d.iv nfJanuary. next, 1) l.-GS.at
in o'clock in the forrnoon of Mint d.1.1 maler and
bv virtue of the power rr mli- eontali.id 111 mid
.Mortirape, sell, at Public Atirttun, to lie high
eit bidder, fur cash, nt throfihe biidibili: of
said 't'ruslirs, rornerofW Hrlilngton nuucand
KUIiteenth strii t, in said 1 llrof alro, in lex
nmler County and state of Illinois, ull the right,
title anil Intrresl ofmiil Michael Sgolt or liin na
slens. In nnd to lots numbeietl .1 (lite) nnd 0
(lv) 111 block niimbrred ft! (nliirty-ttlo) In tlm
Kir" t . tld ll ion tumid ( liy of alro, iirrordlng
lo the i-cconbil pint thereof, with the iiMnirtcn
anre, to mtlify tho iiirin.fs nnd rondition of
eald Mortgage . SI' A 1 - TAVI 1 It,
l.DW IN l'Mt-ONS
Tnistrr- of the f niro t ty I'm) erty
Diilisl, Caho, III , lieamUrlllh, .7t.
I hereby given th it default having len made
for mule thun sity 1 1 In tl.e m)me'it of a
littl''ll of the niil'Hint cniTd to It paid by n
crilniii MorliciA' executiil bv Iholiu- O'lliim to
Siiiimel miui-i Taj Invalid l.ilivn I'm 'om, Tnn
tin of the l nlro ('Itv I'miieiiv, d.-trd 1 c'ober
18th, lttll, rrronlnl In the ltwindrrM Oilier, In
nud for MiAindi-r county, In tlm Mtate i-f lll
lnoli, lnb'iok,,M"n (lin'l. p.ige'JOO, etc, we,
(lie lUHlerjIfLeil, a.1111 irnnie,, win, on -uiur-ihiy,
tlieMliilny of .lunuirv i.evt, . 1). IS71, at
lu o'clock 111 die loietuinn 01 iiuiimy miner hi.u
by 1 iniie of the power of Kale enutniiK-d In uld
MoitgaKe, nil, id 1'llbllc 'union, to the Iil(:r.rit
bidilrr. lor cih. nt tin- nfllee building of aald
Tiu dees, corner of Wnililagton aveatte nnd
MKIiteentn miwl, in sain 1 uy or 1 airo, in ni-rx-iiider
comity nud state of HUnoU, nil the
light, title und Intcrrd ornld Thomas O'llura
or hl-i aMlgii), In and lo lot numbered -7 (twen-ly-feven),
In block numU'rril in (t'orty--iix) lu
the Kirit tddllioii to mid City of Cairo, accord
ing to the rccoided libit thcieof, with the no-
lurleuancei, to mu-iiy 10c purpoiei ana couui
Iju of aald Mortgage
i;i)lX PAItsDNS,
Truitees of Ihe ( nlro City Property
Dateil, Cairo, 111 , Dwember llth, 1S71.
In hcrebv given that default having been mide
formnri than sluyihiya In Ihe payment of a
portion of the amount -retired lo l pHld by a
certain Mortgage rveeutnl by llcary I 'linker
10 samuel stnits Taylor and Kdn-in l'iiron,
Truslres of lli Cairo Ity I'roi-e 'y, ditcl
Augliit Hth. lsil', reeirilrd lu Inr liecoliter'a
Uilire, lu nud for AlcMinder county, in the
state of Illinois, In book l1" of dii.U, pige
llli. We, the uiulrmigneil, mid Trustees,
11 ill on Sntunlay, Ihe Dili day of January next,
A. 11 Is7.t, nt O o'clock hi the f ireminnnf that
day, under nnd by virtue of Ihe power of ale
containiil In said Moronifie, (ell, ut Public Auc
tion, to the highest bidder fur i-i-U.at the of
fice building of Mild Tnnlre- coiner of Wash
ington iMrnur nnd eighteenth Mrt-et, III eald
City of Cairo, hi Mrxanilrr county und -tatc of
Illinois, nil I lie. right, title anil Inlere.-t of tabt
Henry Iluukrr or Ids msslgiis. In and to lots
nurtbeicd 17 (seventeen), and IS (eighteen) In
block mimlered it (twenty-one), In the t-'ourth
iddltion lo said city ol aim, according to the
icconlcd plat thcieof, with tlinpiiirleniinre, to
satisfy Ihe purpose and condition of mid .Mort
gage. S .sT A is TAYI.UK,
Tniitee ol the I nlro City t'roiverty.
tinted, Cairo, 111., December .1th, leTI.
Uliercbv given that default having lieen made
for mure than i-ltyil.iy In the payment of a
portion of the amount ccurd to l- iaid by a
certain Mortgage cxceilled by llebercn.1. (.kie
to samuel Mnat Tu lnr nud IMivin l'ur-oiu,
Trustees of the I alro Cltv Properly, dated Jtaich
.loth, ls7J, rrconlud In lnr liecordcr'a ottlre. In
ntul for Alexiindercoiiiitv, lu the Male of llll
noli,, in Hook "I" or Ueisls, wseoi,, vie, ino
underdgneil, "aid Trustees, will, on .snlind-iy,
the Ullidavof January next, A D lsi.1, nt 10
o'clock In "die foirnoonof that day, under nml
bevirtueof theponrrof Kile coiitahieil In mid
-Vlortgage, nil, ut Public Auction, to Ihe highest
bidder, lor cash, nt Ihrotllre building ol mill
Trusties, coiner of Washington Avenue and
Kli-htrentli sluet. In mid ( Ity or Culm, In 'lex
under county nnd state of Illinois, nil llierlf ht,
lltlrnnd Inteu-t of mid 1,'ilrerii J Clotror her
assigns. In nmllololM-i-nd end 1 (01 e),i (tu 0),
3 (tliu-e), 1 (liair), 8 (live). II t-lxi. 7 (n-veii), S
(eight), ll (nine), in blork mtnitrieil ss (eiphty
elglit) In Ihe fust nddilion to the nud city or
Cairo, accorilmg to .le lerorded plnl llieienf,
Willi Hie 111 purtenaniri lo satisfy the purpi tea
nud condition of nildMoitgns-e ...
1.1 WIS f VliSi NS,
Trusties of the Cslro l Ity l'rn erty,
Dated, Cairo, 111., December lull, Is, I.
Is hereby given that default having been made
for mole than sixty i'.aj m 'be
payment of a Jioillon of the amount
secured to be pnfd by 11 eerlam Miinr a
eM-cuU-d by Willbim Fltpatiak to smuiitl
Maats Taylor and l.diihl I'uimiiis. I 1 :''
the Cairo 1 Ity l'ro erty, dsinl Jibn..iy .'.th,
lesa, leconhsl In the Keconler'-. Olll.e in nnd
for Alexander eounty. In tli.- tat" 1 1 Himi in,
In Hook "1"' iirdiitU.iiiipeiM. wr, lb under
fclgliwl, said TTu.lrrs, will, oil f-altn . Iho
(Mh day of .linimry next, A. I Is. 10
o'clock Intbel'ilenonnor tin-: ' av re lei a-I
bv virtue of the power 01 .ale .-. 1 1 one - I 1 a..l
Mortgage, sell, nl Publli- Aui-tl.-n. t U I. 1i
estbuliler, lor null, nt lite olll.e lu ui in of
said T riiities, curuerof M usldri-l..n u-ee nnd
Klghtreuth sinvt, hi suld I IU -J l -or )
exauder comity und Mate of III.; nil the
light, title and lutruvit of said W ill 1111 Htz
p.rtriek or lil aligns, in and to lot niimt eiel IJ
(live), In block unlabeled I (one) luI .eM-cotid
Addition to said C Ity or Cairo, according to the
r ' ' .'1 1 .r ..-in, Oi inioiiitiiiames.
reconuM i . .. '""'''. ; ,,r i,i
lo HitUfy Hie
mtTIHiPi- hum " .: ....
' ' S, M'. AT.s T VYI Oil,
KDVVIN r.llii-s,
T nuters of the Cairo City l'roiierty
alro, 111 , December Kill, ts7l.
Dated, Cairo,
- . - . . I..
Is hereby given that default Having w """.e
lor llioie mini ... -- - , , ,
uortlou of the nnioiiiit secuiisl to be paid by
certi 11 Mortgage exei-utisl by, t m 1 to
tee of Ihe 1 11 ro city t'loperly. ilateil .'lay llth.
ItliV recorde.1 In tfic Ummler's olUce. In ami
lor Alexander county In the Mate of Illinois, In
Hook "P" of deeds, page ICO, we, Ihe linder
gned, said Tlii.tee, will, 0 n btunl. Ibe
iitb dv of January next, A 1 l.s.S. t 1?
man i.iy u., u. .ii ij
o'clock In the forenoon of ihat day, iimier auu wr
ilrtue or Hie isiwer 01 muiouira ...
Mortgane. fell, at public auction, to the highest
bidder, for cash, at llie.oruce building ofwW
Tvuilees, corner ui m 111111 . 1 .
Eighteenth street, In said city ol Cairo, In Alex
ander county and tate of llllnoU, all the rlM,
title and lntere.t of said m. Ciuslit 1 or hi
signs, in and to lot numbered Si (thlrty'tJM
block numbered 111 (iweuty-one) In the J ourta
Addition to said city of Cairo, according to Utt
recorded plat thereof, with the sppurtenjnce,
to satisfy the purpo.es and eooJitlon of sal
Mortuait. 3. STAAT9 TAY LOB,
Trustees of the Cairo Cttr rwTYg'u.
Dstisi CsUo, 111., P. ttb, 17.

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