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ThMTta new stylTWf pic
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fug produced by Win. Winter, Mh artist,
nf rtil clftr. Tlicen plrtitrpS rficraUjjr'
mtich.tatarert 1ti all Hmjfliiftlpal UyHfi
and Wetru cl'th, ficliijt' iiUoflicr.iirw,.
They an ttnllke ph&jojmphj',, Miig.
mined and lK-auilfully enameled over the
entire urfacc, abft lit touivbtit dlf Inc'Un
tha light and idiadWsi. No biiejwho ?
Uicm falls to admire them, or to give the
artUt M order. WtflwYc Jieert ahdwn'a
. narolwrW -&r4 ft well-known Udic
and gwiUeBseiVof th rlty.and iiiVff no
hesitation lu pronouncing tlicm perfectly;,
splendid. We would thereioru rnlvl'f all
who take interest In such matters or de-
f i rial of
oriaoltpr A Cf ftl.T
jtauaaflau uaavwaaaMt wwcw .
Terybodyto'kBoW ttiitthepliec tojset5
A meetu aaawa,
A laaaicnaWe lalr-cil
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Or anything to that line.
at tha Ojuno Cbntral lUunui:
5lior, corner Klhth and ConunercUI.
-lf J, Osoniia BTaimiAv'Ka.
A.HalleY ban removed to his
ttoro room, 115 ComBBen:Ial avenue, orn
poltc Wlntcr'a Block, nnd nc'xt door to
the Arab engine houe, where be" will be
pleaK-d to nets all lib old ciMtutiiera'and
an mauy new one,. O-tlO-tf
t'nalarwaar ! I'aarrararl
Ladles1 and children" tmderwaiv. tuc
rluo a well as mulln can he found
cheaper and letter at lteilbrou X Well's
than aiir where In the city. A good Jne-
riuo undershirt and drawer torboys
nly DO cents; ajcood merino, veft, anil,
panta, for ladles, only?lt
Xallea of Kraaasal
C. Koch has removed his boot and
.hoe niton Ironi tho old stand to bis
new brick building (one block In-low),
No. DO Commercial iiveiine, Jietwccn
Filth and Sixth street, whero he will
Veep the best home made and Hi. T.oul
ciutoiu mnde lioots and shoes, made of
tha butt material ; good workmauMilp
and in the latest style. All orders
promptly attended to. !t-d:Mt
A Mo. 1 Laa-adrr.
It linow conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
tha lauudrcas. He. 11 Fourth sUeel, tic
tween WshiaKton t Comiuerclal avenues,
has oue of the beat coailuctod lauadry cs
talillsbuienU in the city, and aadlords, o
hotels arid boarding houses will And it to
their advantage, to cll upo her.
Her prices are as follows : Hotel and
tioardine-bouse wsshlnjri "5 cent per
lar, 10c; per doaaa
urs, Be; two haa
sail all gaai
iklrtslu to JjaWwareMO,
nair hoaa Beiawa alwars.to!
dies' plain clotaaa $1 W per deaaa; tor la
.iiMttne eloths.l per doicn; done
.u.-.ntiv. ami arosuitlT delivered, i'a-
treBH'a aeUctUd.,' MJ4
, ii' i
A riaa Ntaek.
Wmi. KhleradaslrcfUjluforuibUi pat
rons and the public gCBerally, that be has
now on baud a targe stock of, French and
tivrman Calf, Kip.and Morocco, and Is
prvjtared to manufsxture,. lor store and
ofllce wear, the Hnest of Morooco or Call
Skin Shoes or Hoots; 'and for farmers,
draymen' aid out-door wear generally,' his.
French Kl stands above anything ever,
offered In this market, ills Last are of
the latest styles, and IwF pan giiaranteu i
Ctt audsutisfatlon to all his patrons.
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gasrXX Amber atd, Vhlte' rjigUock,
uvelopesathe'Bt'twcT.s office, printed'
$3 DO amin w per a.i
A No. 1 seaand-Rawu .aeveiC' octavei
ulano. at cdM wTnfclYi wtMiuractured by
bargain. Ipply.o, 4 ....rJiAl
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1 Xli. wllsEB la rtcaivintf dally" a
1 tarcnnkiMt aplaadlil -stock of aooda,
and la.detarailnwl to,
NQJ BE UNDERSOLD
i , IN 'CAIRO, , 1 ,
He la renolvod to lve tha ry bflat
irooda Mr.-tti vary lowoat priona. Oall
and aao for youraolvo.
iC ora or Sixth Street and Ohio 1
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Local Bualnaan Notlcon, or
tea line or more, Inserted
In tha Bollatin aa rollowa !
inaartion utt Uno... ....... .... H Conta.
vo lnaartlonn tier Una 7 Centa.
are laavrtloas par llno.i.-...-.lo Conta.
tx iaaartlona.per Una ID Centa.
Wo wonka per line..................... Ufi Centa.
aaanonin par nne-...... ....... uo L,-enia,
No Heduotlon will be maUb iu ubovo
O.uao, ltt, Nov
Wimii. I Vrx,
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,- - JA.MKl WAIION.
.Sirtiiul. MKiiai aru, i.h. a.
)rdvMlftBaa. V " 7
-'Jndgo lllrd ha been muLIn im-
rovementa In bis court room.
There will bo lluo inudC at tho Itev.
r. (llltcrt'3 lecture this eveuhijf.
John A. Cannlir, of New Orleans li
tho city. He is at the St. Charles.'
Cogs ell's "Two Orphans'' company,
ft Cairo tor CcntraU.i on huuday.w; ,
Attend tho lecture of the JSeV.'J.Mrr
Cllburt to-night at tlioMcthodUt ehurch.
ICciuembvr the Iccturo of the Jlev.
1lr. GlllRTt at the Methodist church tli'H
! Captain A. J. llrmli.of Mlddleport,
"Ohio, wa reltered nt the St. Charles
'J'he lloatlng Anodalion patty on
the steamer T. K. Kek
'ckert come? otl to-inor-
UT HI NG
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Tho liJiea' C'cnleniiinl Cointiiittec
held a meeting In the Atheneiim yetcr-
B Cant. Fred Davis is at work with Ids
dredge boat at Dog Tooth bend, fl-hlng
up two oarges of Iron.
Walton Wright and wife return from
their trin to Mcmphito-niorrow'niornlbg
Oil thu Uonmcr Ilrll orifoinpllU.
J lie iicw;.slilcvnlk (ill Fourteenth
street, dwtween -Poplir trcrf unf' Com.;
inen'lal"afqnul,.,liKl'"y'A,som l'lfjwl "
tf 'ri....nj Alt..tt (Ant'
a day's hunt In Missouri, and returned
yesterday with thirty-ono duck and a
AVe have had two lire within the past
two dsji, that created a good ileal of ex
citement, but they wero' not very ba
things atter all.
The Mck work on -Nell 5 new lut-I-
ne- liouie, on lighth trcet, has liron
eompletcd. If is a big Improvement to
that: neighborhood. .
'''' ' ... . t'.l I . 1 1 I ...
1.1-iCIIUUrg, Willi tuc larcii auu uesi
string ,band In this city, will furnMi
mnsloatthc Uoatlng Association's p.irty
6u;tbelickcrt Ui-inorrow nlglit.
Tliclailles ortlic 1'resuvieriancinin-ii
.will give ii reception nt tho par-onage
Thur-day evening, .Nov. a.dli., AcorUlal
.' fi...t..7r ,...!... 1 rt . .11'
IIIVIUIlloil l v'uutv iu (, is
Trumps bv thedoren arc in town, and'
may he" fouttd loItErlnlr'aboiU at all bour
of the .night, ill is advisable to keep
doors and window- well -ecuied.
For meiVs and boy V underwear, alfo
men's -and boys' hats' anil iaps, lfull-
Tirou AAWilV Is tho clieaet place In the
eltv. A good merino suit for cents.
r James Smltinva plainly drunk-, and
.was unfortunate enough to be arrested.
Ho was given two Uollars wortu or jus
tice, which Is tree,days in, thc.iocKup.
Mr. V. M. Fainham, of Chicago,
who represents the Travelers' insurance
Company .of- Hartford, Connecticut, Is In
Mi6 city. lice 'ia registcrcu nt uio at,
20,000 ypoJicads, TO.OOO cuvelopcs
i iettcr.ncausiUTcams siaicuiciu,
ini bill headS Carlisle paper Just
ctram JorTitUp-nr- ino ,jit-i.t.r.Ti.
railroad inan.-iwcfwa HwSt; Charles vcl-'
tcrdaj-J jt'ftioy ietfonllwXarrow- Cniwoj!
for6f.r.olls.? ' - - ffi
.lust received another new supply of
Aa this Is liipling article wUb ns, jvo
mean, to undersell tho "cheapest' In the
Tho funeral of lUchard Garland was
attended bysanaWBibcfJoi Mends
terday 5 WS Ta'
rled at Y Wds m fj i ' (lt
thu miuy, r.qtJteri:-wclna:cSy,ftn ,n
ll a Wik ironi to-mori-ow nlghti- .
,pt SenAhaajWeMHh M Mukeri thp
.1. i . .. . . . . . ....t.i-ii
grain uroawroi mm ciry, gave npiu w.
ualfo'ii and left fpr.bls home Inil.n Salle,
alinprcsVllorh'Irfiill colors for 00vcciif,'
and the newest woolen plald for :J0
. i aBBaaaw-r'
cuiif,.':y nlway.i bo found :il llcilbron A
WWf I.TiaVikriJi roiiinu-iclal nvpiuic.
AhSmmfjef hf 'tlip fadlwor tltt Hid,
copal afHrili confrrox.illon mot at thorn
tory -yoitenlay nftcriiooii, and m.vtcMir
rnnsctifent' fbr nhd byitor Kiipppr, to bo
given by tbCiii In December. -
Thu Jtoftlfnjj Agsoclatlon "Ivotliclr
parly on Ibo Kckert to-morrow night.
ThoAMffitMvlfli tlckot.'i lor Ibu party can
oblnlii them lor one dollar, at llobbln
iniiklo bnzjir, Comnurdal avenue.
Dr. tieliharl, of MeliopolU, did not
lecture In Liberal ItcllgioiM ball laISini-
day, owing to bU Inability to leave lm-1-neMt-hu''
home Ife wlll.'tlnweveV
sjxak under that body'i au-plees next
Tbc'sernloii of the l!cr. Mr. Ullbert'
at tliu Church of the Itedccmer on Sun
day nlgNit, was INtoncd to by n large con
gregation. His Mihjcct was "I'olllleul
Campaign." and tin; sermon Is said to
have been good.
Mu.vor Whiter, W. 1. Halllday, l!os
well 'Mliler, D. T. Linegar, .lewqtt WIN
co.x mid James Johnson, delegates (o at
tend the railroad convention to beheld In
tft. LoiiIj to-day. left by lust nighl'j train
for St. I.oul.
The Kncampincnl of Odd Fellows
have a private supper and ball hi Odd
Fellow 's hall on Friday night. Nono but
members ot tha Kncampnicnt and their
families, will bo allowed to enjoy thu
pleasures of the occasion.
Jamci .Smith, thu man who was tip
before Judge lllrd yesterday, and sent to
the lockup for three days for being drunk.
declares that ho was robbed of eighty
dollars while under the intltieneu ot
llijuor on Saturday night.
At the radio for tho eighty dollar
clock and trult picture, nt lite St. Charles
Hotel, on Saturday night, Mr. James
.Scot III, a messenger on the Illinois Cen
tral lullro.iil, won the clock, and Mr.
.rallies' Stock, cutter in Antrim's clothing
establishment, won the picture.
3 lio ladies and gentlemen who take
part In tho play of "Led Astray," at thu
Athencum on Thursday mid Friday
night, have all become very efficient in
their parts, and a splendid rendition of
Ihu piece may bo looked for.
A small negro boy, named Jenkins,
was hurt pretty badly near the corner of
Pwcnty-socond -trect and Cemincrclal
avenue yesterday morning, while playing
on a hand ear on the Cairo fc Viucennes
raiload company's switch.
Hiarles Tuttlu und Joseph Harlan,
two steamboatiuen, were arrested lor dis
orderly conduct. They were lined live
dollars and costs each, and scut to
dwell with McCarthy for four days, lie.
cau-e an elephant had tramped on their
The colored ilaptitt church, corner of
Fifteenth and Walnut streets, caught lire
on Sunday evening about live o'clock.
The tiro originated from a defect In one
of the lines, and it was with consider
able difficulty that it was put out. The
damage to the building was slight.
A dance, under the mi -pices of the
Delta City Cornet Hand, will be given
next Monday evening, .Nov. sitli, on
which occasion the dedication of their
hall, which has been recently "liscd up,"
and made ono of Utu llrst-class dancing
halls of thu city, will taku place. It..
.'he alarm ol llro touuded yesterday
Tiioriibig was oeenslnol y tlio discov
ery ot dames in Williamson's vegetable
suind building, on Kiglitb street, near
Wa.-hlngton avenue. The lire was put out,
but not until a considerable lo.s on the
part ot Mr. Williamson had been sus
tained. A colored woman named AliivTrax-
ton was up before Judge lllrd yesterday
lor addrcs-iug a fellow being with
abusive ami 'foeling-hurtlng' language.
She was advised not to do mi any more,
and lined live dollars and eot, and sent
to the lock-up for eight day.-.
Mr. John 11. Obetly took lii depart
ure for Farmlngton, on Sunday night,
whero be will deliver a lecture to the
Odd Fellows oi that place to-night
From I'arinfngton be will go to Jersey
vllle, and will address the members of the
order ot that city on Thanksgiving eve.
The Mlllon Noble's Jim lllcdioc the
atrical company, we ate told, has gone
where the woodbine twlneth. '1 hey were
not well pattonl.ed In New Orleans, and
'busted' hi that city last week. U Ids H a
pity, for they were surely one of tho
best organisations traveling, and desrved
a better fate.
Mrs. W. P. Wright, who will play the
part ot the Ilaroncss In "Led Astray,"
on Thursday and Friday nights, U pro
nounccd by Mr. Thompson, who Is an
actor of more than ordinary ability, and
who is drilling the ladies and gentlemen
lor their appearance on that occasion,
who aro to take part In the play, to bo su
perior in every respect, to any lady hu
has ever saw undertake the character.
There has never been known a Cough
sostubborn as to resist thonctlon of Hall's
Kalsani for the lungs, liitha beginning
of a couirh It Is certain in n very short
time, and In the woist cases continued
treatment is snre to conquorlt. It Is a
standard remedy In every ouo of the
Stages and Territories, and In two-thirds
'ol'tbe rest of thu world. Kvery druggist
Jups it. Price, $1 00. wit.
"T We arc Informed that the Odd Fcl
lows of this city are thinking of having a
public installation of officers nt thu
Atbeneum about the flrst of January.
"After tho Installation, they will give n
grand ball and supper at tho St. Charles
Hotel, A number ol tho most prominent
members of the grand lodgo of the State
will be presold, among Jthcin several ex-
(Jrand Masters, and tho event will be In
b 4 W .. . t , .!.!.. .. .
uyeiT particular luuig luuig.
.1M .... -'"a-' V.ti i n
y-Tpu Jtuv. Mr. uuucri, reciur oi uiu
Church of tho Kcdcenier, ol tins city.
Is an eloquent ami intent speawcr ; is not
excelled by any orator of thu city. Ho
yylll deliver u lecture tor tho bcnellt ol
tn'e'idbraiy Association, In the Metho
ilUtiliureh this evening, .laldng lor his
jjfibjccl, the "State ot tho Departed.'!
-None should lull to near ipm. iVivi'-T
attraction wlil be tho excellent mudo by
llfi( W. 1 Halllday, and ,ot,her line
'lingers ol (hu city.
'':C.i last Wednesday morning tho
bodv of Mr. Ackermnn, oue of tho Inspec
tors of material on thcgowTiinicnt uort.r,
near Cape Girardeau, who was drowned
about two weeks prcvlnu. was found hi
thu liver near Tlielie, In this county.
The body was lound jWleeii miles below
where the drowning oi&u rcdt Mf, CtJrry,
the a'sNlanV cIvlbwigliH.'er lriVharge of
tho works nt tho Capo, tent down a
steamer with n iitclnllc coffin, lu which
the body wits placed and font to the
lather of docra'cd In New Jersey, livery
thing about the person of the dctcaed,
watch, money, note-book, and diamond
pin, wcti) found untouched.
A. Jaeel.cl, of tho Thallan .-aloou,
opposite the Uri.ixn.v office, Is no,v pre
pared to servo bp, on short notice, fresh
oysters in any style that may be desired.
Having a ueiit. taty and quiet loom, no
better place in the city can lie found
whero one can go and enjoy a dish ol thu
bivalves. On each Sunday afternoon he
will spread a sumptuous lunch nnd will
continue the samu until further notice.
On next Sunday ho will treat his patron
to kartollel pfannenkiicheii, (potato p.in
cakes), with cranberry sauce, and ho
oxteiids a cordial Invitation to all to come
and partake of the same. INlO-tf
A young man named James Orcy,
whllu under tho Influence of liquor Ml
Sunday evening, becamo very noUy and
got up a dlsturpauco near the corner of
Fourth street and Commercial avenue.
Constable John llogan was called to
quiet Orey, and arrested him. Orcy de
clared that he would not go with the ol-
llcer, and refused to obey tho officers.
When Jlogiin took hold of 1dm, Orcy
struck him .several times, nnd being a
powerful fellow, tho officer was com
pelled to call to his assistance Mr. James
Sommerwell. It was with great difficulty
th it thu two men conquered Grey, nor
did they accomplish doing so until they
had procured the 'crvlces of a dray t
take him to the lock-up. Ho was taken
before Judge llros yesterday for n hear
ing, nnd was lined live dollais and eoits,
and ill-charged. Constable Hogan then
got out :i warrant for Orcy, for resitting
him in the discharge of his duty as an of
ficer, and had lihn bound over in the sum
ot one hundred dollars for bis appear
ance at the next term of the circuit court.
Grey is (-aid to be one of the toughest cit
izens that the officers of this place have
come across for many days. He struck
Hogan so hard a blow that that gentle
man has carried Ids arm in a sling since
Smiiii t'sofnl Advice to Hie Wiiiiihi's
Clllli-llesldcs Ail t lec, hi) HllMilve
.'limey .( nil Mill not Iliniiliiitf Hie
I.iiillet Mllh I'll I en I Olllcu JtcriortM.
Kim i on UuLi.mix: I have been much
Interested In the ellorts of tho Women's
Club and Library Association to estab
lish a reading room in thu city, and de
sire to offer a suggestion through your
paper (not having thu honor of an ac
quaintance with any of the ladies). It
they will take the money now hi their
hands, rent and furnish n room with a
part of It, and apply the remainder to
tho purchase ol books, they will havo
formed tho nucleus of a library, which
am confident, will increase
rapidly, having once made a
?mrt ! - "" ' "
done hi all public libraries, ut r-ay mrce
dollars for proprietors and two dollars
for clerks, which will entitle parties hold
ing them to tho use of the library for one
year. They can get two hundred incni
iers, at lcat. which will insure the tent
of the room lorn year, and pay other nee
csary exH'ii-c. In addition to this let
them solicit donation-ol books or money.
I will give live dollars, or Its equivalent,
iu books (not agricultural or patent office
rnpoihO, and I am sure there are many
ircntlPtnen hi Cairo who will contribute
an equal, or greater amount if the bene
ills n ho derived lroin tho establishment
of the library am properly laid before
THE MISSISSIPPI KIVER.
Uetiei'iil MlnipsMii mi (lie liuri
iiienl or Hie Clmuni-l llls V l-ll In
SUIi-o mill llun he , us llciclM'il
li.V our 4'llUens.
Tho St. Louis ftfjiublicttn of Saturday
morning, LHlth lust., gives the following
concerning General Simpson's visit to
Cairo. It will bo seen that I ho General
Is deeply Impressed with the importance
ot Congress making an appropriation for
tho removal of obstructions from the
channel and tho protection of tho hanks
of the Mississippi iu lids vicinity, and
will do all In bis power to induco Con
gress to ntako such appropriation. The
HrpubUettn says :
Gen. J. 11. Simpson, in charge of the.
Improvements of the Mississippi river be
tween the Illinois ami the mouth of the
Ohio, returned early this morning from
an inspection of thu works between this
pliicuand Cairo. Ho wits accompanied
bv his assistant, Mr. McMath, civil engi
neer. They loft hero Tuesday moiiilng
on board tho Fulled States steamer A. A.
They stopped over tho lirst night at,
Capo Girardeau, and next morning
steamed to Cairo.
On General Simpson's Invitation thu
mayor, common council, and about
twi ntv of thu prominent citizens of Cairo
met him on thu boat and had a cousulta-
iSni in iciniid to t iu proper coui'o 10
pufjiieto otitain uiu rciiiusuu iipprupim-
tlou for tho repairs ot tlio naiiK oi
river just above Cairo. The banks all
river just nbovouairo. mu uniiKi wuu
at a place called tho Graveyard, on ac
count of tho wrecks have been very se-
rlntuH' i!ii!nureil 1)V tllU llllill Wlltcr ot
iim mist season ami thu channel has
changed Its course.
The daiuniru is a very serious encroach'
nimit mum tho railroad and threatens a
..nivn.su nt'iiin Icvit! above thu eltv
Gen. Simpson promised inn aiiinoriues
nil n ,i 1. 1 in his nnwer. which, at pres
ent, will only possibly prove of tempo
rary relief. , , ,
Gen. Simpson Is strongly Impressed
with iim iiiitinri.-nico of a hirco and spe
cial appropriation for this portion ol tho
river, whlclr be will doubtless recom-
mend so soon as mo mk rj uiiisiiuu,
now going on under ins tiirccuon at mat
point. Ho speaks of the great courtesy
Willi WHICH 110 was rcccm-u iij ,u uu-
timrtiii.aniwi ciilcns. Ho was Informed
by Mnor WJnter thatja btrniig iiieinoiial
will hu inado to Congre?s,asklng the nec
There will bo a regular meeting of tho
C. sV. Hunting Club to-night at their
meeting room, nt S o'clock, sharp, for
thu nurposu of Installation or oiucers
All members of tho club nru requested to
be on band. .loflx Fiuii:s, Sec'y.
THE BIG GUN !
Once more Belches Forth its Firey Flame and brings
to mind that
Is Once More in the Field to tell all Clothing Buyers that they
aro still buying
"Slop Shop" Goods at Exorbitant Prices.
We keep Goods mado in the bost Manner and of the Best Style, '
No goods that smell of powder of the war of 1812 ; goods well made
and spongod, only for sale fits guaranteed, as we are already known for
such. Others fight competition of that kind with "shoddy" goods, made
by second-hand dealers. Keep your eyes open. Listen to no stories that
sound like "soft soap," as it's a very poor merchant that cannot defend
his own business. - ,
A trial is wtatitwo nsktomnko customers out of you nil. Wo don't nalt your piUronnpe on account of be
ing "friends" or old Culroltos (as wo havo boon known novo lo I thoBO mnnyyonrsi-butto save you thu
nlmlghty dollar. Tho tirao for paying for friendship is gono. Our stock of Fino Underwear, the largcat
in tho city, at prices to suit all. Wo mnko war on high priors. AsUsflal,
Farnbakex', Th Clothier.
OHIO LEVEE, BELOW SIXTH STREET.
The l n.i or nnd I'll) 4'oiineil l
4 Ml I "
in i in. .ncri'iiiinis i;ciinii'ii.
The follow Ipg is n copy of the memorial
forwarded by the undersigned to the
Merchants' Exchange, of St. Louis :
Coi'xi.n. Cn.tMiiF.it, Oirvoc C.uito,
C.miui, it. i.., Nov. 10, l7.i. (
'In His Mt'reli:tnll',K.rluiUt' nT IIj III) lit M,
memorialists, the inavnr and city council
of the eltv of Cairo, would respectfully
call the attention of vonr honotable body
to the condition ot the Mississippi river !
between n point nt the foot of "Dicky J
Island," on said river, and the mouth of I
the Ohio; to the rapid and con-taut !
changing o. Its channel, and tho dangers
md constant abrasions ol lu banks. '
They respectfully ask the earnest co
operation and influence of your eminent
association with General J. ll.Slmp'on,
of the engineer corps ot the flitted States
army, in charge of the government Im
provements upon said river, looking to
immediate action by the general govern
ment iu an effort to restore the channel
to Its former position, and the protection j
ol its banks from being further wished
u way. Your memorialists make this ap
peal to you, the largest representative
body of the commercial Interests of ilia
Mississippi valley, knowing as they abo
do, tiiat tho constant changing of the
channel of said river and the abra-lon ol
It- banks between the points named, hu
hi.rtArt .. - ..i "rave con
cern ami importance 10 cummcrcv
and navigation,, nnd unless some steps
are nt once taken towards maintaining
them intact, disastrous consequences will
follow to those interests. i our memo
rialists therefore earnestly and respect
fully appeal to you to appoint a proper
committee trout your body to wait upon
General Simpson, obtain his lews, and
earnestly urge upon him a rccfiiuineiiila-
lion to the department ot an hnmcdlaln
and vigorous prosecution of the woik.
Very respectfully yours,
ili.xnv Wintkh, .Mayor.
IIr.i:i ix 11. Pi.ACK.Clty Alt'y. .
11. F. rtt.AKi:, Treasurer. . ,
i.pi:i:maX N. K. Tiusu.v.woon.
" Ciiaiii.ks F. Nm.i.is.
O. O. 1'aiii:u.
" 15. F. IVntKicn.
l Gkouc.i: VocrM.
TllOMAS W. ll.ll.LIHA v.
" ,W. Wiucun,
"?' ClIAItl.KS liANC.lSl l!U.
Slcanier Jim FNk, Pudueah.
lied Cloud, Kvansvllle.
llelle Memphis, St. Louis.
St. Genevieve, St. Louis.
Capitol City, St. l.ouls.
St. Joseph, St. Louis.
City of Chester, Memphis.
Grand JPowcr, Memphis.
Joo lvlnney, Vlcksburg.
Tow-boat Grand Lake, St. I.ouls.
A. J. linker. St.
T. W. Means. St. Louis.
" Ktna, Pittsburg.
Mountain' Oak, Ohio river.
' Storm, Oliio river.
City of Alton, St. Louis.
Steamer Jim Flsk. Pmlueah.
t Idlcwild, Kvatisville.
" Hed.Cloud, Kvansvllle. ,
Hello Munifdils, Menlphls.
St. GKiievIove. VlcKsnurg.
Capitol City, yieksburg.
St. Joseph, Memphis
City or Chester. St. Louis.
Grand Tower. St. Louts.
" Joo Kinney. St. Louis.
Tow-boat Grand Lake, St. Louis.
" A.J. Baker, Padueah.
T. W. Means, St. Louis.
" Clin. Brown. Pittsburg.
Leopard; St. -Louis
" F.tnn, St. Louis,
i' Tom M eaii s, St. Louis.
Liberty, St. Louis;
Atlantic, Now Orleans.
Storm, St. Louis,
mvKttf wliiBaxw msiwsfi'
- -Thu river last nvenlng wasi:i feet I 1-5
hichcii on tlio gauge,nimlnKdlcn i
Inches during the previous lb, lojir".
-Tho 'weather.- yf cleaMd Very
cold Sunday, bilflias becomo cloluly and
warm gain. Tlio Xlhlo Is at a "good
iint' trmiWeKOine. bl t OlllV J
feet Is reported to St. Louis and at last
ai count the City of Alton was hard
aground at the head oi'l.iberlv l-lniid.
- Ilii-lne-s fair.
(1KVKIUI. 1 1 I.MS.
The l.ibcr(y,.N'o lj and Storm havo ,
tows of salt for St." Lbiil-.
-The Grand Lake hWappcd Inn with
the Atlantic and returned to fsf. Louis,
taking (iNo Hie wrecking boat Horace i
Hyde to thu wrick ol tlm Mary Alloc. ' J
The Atlantic cleared for the South
with fcur freight barges containing l.'JiHt
ton, and with engagement below lo
-( apt. Irwin Dtigan 'General Diirglu)
arrived Ironi Memphis yesterday
. -J'i,,t 1,,,"':'.ra,. un lml u,t,m .Ciu"
St"l?AtiI?. (MroUc"' ,lM,: tmn
" "-Tim City of Alton was iigronnd at
the head of Liberty Island for about Is
iw"rt- She dlls out bore ami below.
Conwuv. on tho steam vitcht Ariadne.
now duo from St, Louis, announcing
the death of his wife.
The Idlcwild brought out a big trip
for the South which went forward on the
The following rotlnn has been re
ceived and forwarded Ivct by rail .hIikv
S tturday : City Chester, Oi bales ; .loo
Keiuiev. :i."'0 bale: Grand Towtr, -I1"'.'
1 erC. A V., and 10s per I. C. rail toads.
W'ah lmeTMf.NT. luvnn Kncoirr.
Nov. .'. 187.V ,
f-crccaiil, Signal setTlce, t.'. 8. V.
SViilrrpriinI- mill 'Ininirl-.
Ve ofl'eri fit reduced rates, best black
waterproof, at !K) cents. "
Hr.ii.nuov t: Wi:u..
I'or Ilic Wevlil.v Iliillcllu.
Poisons wishing advertisements or
?al notices Inserted iiiilio; 'iy:ekl'y,lti(i;i.r.:
riN, slioilld' baud lu Iho copy by Tiles-
day iKMip, of each week.
ltenl ISIule Mile.
The -ale of the Sam Orr properly
auction will take place on Friday.
J'jth Inst.; (hi-lead of Thursday
vcrtlseil) at 2 o'clock, p. m.
C. S. Dki.ay, Auctioneer.
Tlic nicest, healthiest and best for your
bird will be lound at Barclay .Brother'.
Large and small bottles put up In beauti
ful style. Try asaniplo bottlo and you
will not be without It afterward. It is
clean and far cheaper .'.nil more conven
ient than the ' and polatoo food you
i bother to make? every day. Bird owners
' can hate a sample package Iree on appli-
! The entire stock of Millinery goods of
i Mrs. Kllza Kills will be sold at auction at
her More room In the Athencum building
. . - rr. ow.n."
on i.ommorcini avenue, uumcui ",' v .
and Sevciftlt streets, cotnuienelng Thur-
I day night, November 2.'itli, at 7 o'clock, p
in., hind eoiitlnuo every night until the
' entire stock is closed out.
Loiis II. Mvims, Am .
Tho People' CoiuuiouScmc Ailvlcnft
hook ofubutit IKK) V'azv, Illiutrati'd wltH
.... . t 1
over'J.s) engravings aim eoioieu inun.-,
and Fold at tho exceedUigly low price of
$1 oO.-.tulls, how to cure catarrh, "liver
complaint'," liyspejiila, ov Indigestion,
islck, bilious and other headaches,
. scrofula, bronchial, throat, mid lung.dl-
jscases till dUou-es peculiar to women,
' and most other chronic as well as acute
1 disorder It contains Information for
l tin. vnunir mill old. iiinlo mill l'einule. sin-
i win niul "married, nowhere else to bo
I l.iikiI Mini niul wnniMii. married nnd
single, arc touiptcd to ask their family
pliyslcliuis inoitsauiis 01 iuiwu
ilellcam tuples, but aro duterred from do
big so by their modesty. This work an
swtis Just such questions so fully and
plainly as to leave no one in doubt. It s
1 .,,1,1 ,,,r..i,ij Kent bv nuill (iiost-pald)
Oil receipt OI price. .uurv 1110 mmiw,
It. V. Fierce, M. !., uriu s uispenry,
Ijlullalo, N'. Y. 11-aJ-Uxwlw.
IVl llsi u;iiij iv 1,. . ninu 11-. t .nun. .-;.
Iiii'li-Jiillil, M'crviary ,f inn miru uyimi
I'luiir, iiccorillnB In Kr.ulp ....
I urn. llllM'll. Wifkcil..
a.1 PtVS 00
TU, WllllP. I1.ICV.C1I ........ .....
IJ.lt, Itllll-l.. ,.,!. '
llutlar, cliolw .Ngrttn-ni ....,T
'Hntlcr. clmlcf Soiitlifru pilrti
(Jhlikins, vet ilwifu
Aiiiiliis, cliolif, r limul......
'aMiWi enntiauu. inrUiiui..
Ouloin, H.r Uut1
. ..." , -to
.. .....:....7 It "I
a nau itim 'over' 'A '
To t'owperthwait it Phillips to try tho-c
Gold lliickle cigars.
The last chance to get your calico dress
i;.-i." by buying $7 wortli of dry goods
at lleilbroii Weil's.
I'allco reiniiants nt (' cents n yard.
IlKii.mtox & Wkii..
1 i and 111 (Commercial Aventti'.
A rali Attention.
An adjourned meeting of tho Arab
Fire company will be hold this (Satur
day) evening at 7 o'clock.
It. F. ilr.iKK, Sec'y,
J j-t.'niiilireisrl Ycial.-(jJ
Only figeuey iu town for Tausjiky
yeast best Iu ii'mi wholesale aiidreiall.
rtccclvcd fresh dally by New York Store.
l'urn t rnrs !
We ate now prepared ' to-offer great
bargains In ladles' nnd children' furs ol
all styles. Children's et, niufl's and
boa, at onlv .l n set.
Cnrii'la ! Cnraela!
lleilhroiut Well baveolwys onhaad
the best and largest stock olCoraetslu
the city. A good corset, grey or while, at
'' Alleiitlon t llenlrra.
We have r.v.r .i " "nutation r.uony
.iniignu Lan-Openera, taken for adver
tising, which we will sell at two dollar
per dozen. Inquire nt rtullctin office.
Uaiclay llrothers, at 74 Ohio levee, alv
wholesale agents for the celebrated lvalue
ll. For clear light and absolute safety.
o-M. i..,t oil in tho world. Uls'-"
for sale nt retail oy un imiggisis.
nvcrjbody shduld call on HellbrpiuV
Well and examine tlielrfall toek of ladies
and misses cloaks, jnt received from
v..w Vnrlr. before 'oiii!' elsewhere. As
w e make a specially, 01 turn- s"iis
can ofl'cr iudureiiient.
It pays to tniduot llcilbron & Well, as
they have marked all, their goods down
to stilt thu times, nnd havo nlwaytfn, largo
and well selected stock of cl6tntnjr.i We
Inylle every one to eall on us before go
ing elsewhere. -V good ctisbiet suit fur
SO, ut Ifmnrjo.v X mi..
4'oiniircsxeil Trnat STollcr.
I Ictve this day secured the sole agency
for thu -alo of Gall, Flclschinan A.
Company's compressed ycat; ellhfr
wliolescle or ictall. Dealers can
ho supplied at any and all
times by calling on me. This the oiily
ycait of thu kind Inmarkutthat Is gen
uine. W. L. Bristol, 'itt. Eighth .,rot.
i. rCaltp, lHs.,jOct. -V, 187. 10-ite-lm.
A Sluoil l'lticc lu Buy.
A. llalley'i new store, U certainly one.
of the best arranged of the kind to bo
foutid In thu city, mid what Is better, he
has to arranged bis prices that many arc
taking advantage or the opportunity ol
fered to buy stoves, tinware, etc., cheaper
than ever known hi Cairo. Call on Hal
icy, 115 Commercial avenue, next door to
tho Arab engine house. IKW-tf.
Wo will pay no bill contracted by any
employe or Tin: Buu.tmx, unless tho
samu Is made ou a written order signed
by tho president or secretary of the com
pany, and we will accept no orders given
by an employe of tha company, for any
Caiko Bi i.i i;tix VvHipxv.
November 1. IS"'.
.Milliner)". Millinery !
' The largest and lickt selected stock ol
Jllllluery can, lie foutid at HeUhrou & f
Wfll'nat greatly reduced prices, comlsf
ing of lluo Hywerviyllig9, fcatUBra, vWW
valour and ornaments. Sjecla atfanlloH
Is called to our line or Ostrich Feathers in
,U colon, from $1 to f7,.iho largest in
i:erjmiaaror taiHrL ,
llcilbron .t Wellcatt dsticttcfrfrw-
lluo of children' urcsses.cHrisiemng
robes, zephyr bohncU'aiul' capV merino -
1 French, bpuucdH,aua,cuj,jcoiwy ;?
Hud caps 5 aty i tujl.anil ompkt? Imp,
cliliarpn s tnenuo ami waierpruo vi ,. f
niul by examining these go6, we eou
vlwee you that w
our motto Is small proAt aua,iulck al.