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been onuou j i
toamboutmon Jim been sent m m. -
4citOH I'rliucx In tliu Field.
ms or ne city.
Koh a tlas of eplundtd St. Louis lager
boor tho best In tho ctty eo to tho
"Vutitni;txti saloon, corner Washington
nvenii'i and Fourteentu struct.
THE CONCERT LAST NIGHT.
. i toiiUn
-nd fifty negro
A ImiK'rlul Dcmonm ration
Artir red Aratlatlce Hejectcd
3f Prepcct of Peace.
V pstMoalc Dyssa.tr HMesl.
?Ol'n, November 1. Tho Francatse
(ys tho popular feeling towards Js'a
, )!con' dvnasty it not mere coldness, but
ttred and contempt.
Tho Women's Club t Marseilles pro
Hot to eroct a guillotine, and behead
i bishop of that cltv at tho bvclnnlnc of
rrstaTrre Artalalle) HcJmImI.
-(O.tDOK, Not. 1. Tho KnullthdltDitch
uommeudlng tho holding of the election
;j memucrs or toe Uonstituiional Amw.
M, has reached the I'ruiilin h-ssdnuarlers
Te 1'ruiilati authoritici had already sent
a mllar auircestion to I'atle. Thn ttronn.
lion of the Prussians fur an armistice of
fu.y-.igut hours, In order to facilitate the
ektlone, wai instantly rejected by the
r.ru government, unaer, it t said, tbo
uitico or innu.otiai American!, uara
lta loft 1'aris cipr.talyto proront an
A Os-ltaaa Ps-lawMvaaul 100,000 rraach
Loxdon, Nov. 1. Tbo Klecteur Llbro
pint a ipeoch mado by Far re on the 14th,
(tying the Orjeaas Princes hare an army
ot liu.OOOmen in tho wot.
A tcWram from liruascls states that a
airier la waging at uaasel to bring to
Versailles the result of the conference
nsw pending at Wlihelntihohe bctwoen
rsigcnlo, the Ktnperor and Bazainc.
At lueperl.l UiaiuwtliH Prakaklci
Lonikijs, Nor. I. The departure of the
h ......... e.... fi.f.-it . ii . .
nwiu viiiwiuuri waaauuu.n anu
ixie-pected. The Prince Imperial will
atomy follow her. Some dava nrlor t
ler departure the Kmprcit wu coniUntly
w.citiii(j iiieaascui in cypner. l.Vry-
Biinc portondi a JJuonaporlist demonstra
te on a grand scale. The chances of
aco ar more romote than erer.
ilKKLiv. Nor. I. Tho XioDre Ku
ktfU arrived at Withelmshobee Incognito
Da mo morning oi ounuay. in lb. after
noon iho visited the Emperor In common
WHAT THE Pkm hats. The Road-
ng ( Pa.) Dhpatek aayi : The well-known
uptriorlty of MISHLEI.'.S IIKKIt H1T-
rEltS will apare ut the ne.eaiitv of say-
ng anything at longth In favor of tbii
agical Tonic and Stimulant. Wherever
hit llittori i boit known, It meet with
ri Mtonlihlng aale. Tbta ii tho cn-e in
ar section of the country. There nre
... ..... "' hv iiivit lauivn
are hnvo been effect! in chronic dii-
ivt vnid WIHVU HIU Irt'll IKJTflCIAIl
uM not f Uect. nnJ wo know icoro of
tflMLta nit ..ma.... tl.. .. I V .t -
mild nut bo without thU Grmt Uutuo-
ltll Hltmnrlt t, una fiiMatrluaalff.n T a
v' watt j vwt-ivV( nttuid HVl
cry family in tho land koep it on hand.
Id by all reip'Ttfiblo druggUti. Price
odolUrpor bottle. 0( t. :il e, wit
THK l'rni-t r' Vr.-r 1., . ... i
Tin iV Li).. l'llOPHIIITdlut Tli.. rnn.t
4 t . v, . 1 V . .nn VW- It k
corner oi waihini.tnn Annm ....i
nth treot, lijuit iiactly such a meat
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BtoJ. nnd weari an nir of clcAnlinco
f rttlra u-111 fl . . 1
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yeai, inmu or lauaage Wiry can
unu tuniu in any qunrmiy ueaireo at
reopie s merit market. Just try It. tf
Loui.i IIkiuikkt'h saloon and roitnttrant
lias recently been much improved In np
poarnnco by r roccaaod front entrnncc.
It gives tho ottnblishmcrit a morn retired
character, and is fully Hpprociated by tho
p itrons of tho house.
I Frrah Unltimore oysters aorvod in any
stylo deired, can bo obtained, at any hour
of the day or night nt Umh Herbert's
, restiiurant. Also oysters for sale by tho
can, In any quantity desired, nt tho same
Tin programmes circulated at the con
cert held in Sir. W. W. Thornton's par
lors, Inst night, were specimens of typo
granny dlflloult to surpass. Kvorybcdv
! said so, and tho peoplu of Cairo, wnmon as
I well as men, aro good Judges of letterpress
' ...!..!... rf .1...
l'iiiiiiu. vj cuMr.!' mo prugraiiiiuea were
printed at tho Dulllti.v office.
Fhkii ilLA.VKR.vni'nu, of tho Washing
ton saloon, is a Judgo of good beer, and
keeps no other kind. His St. Louis lagor
is, confessedly, the best kept in Cairo. Call
on him and try it. tf
CiiAtiLKr Wn.Lfi.Mn got on a littlo
shindy Inst night, and disturbed tho col
ord folks' festival. Ho wnsbrought before
'aquire Shannesxy this morning and flnul
17 and the costs of the proceeding.
Coilkctok Taylor propoies to give only
two weeks' mere grace to city tax payers
On tho loth Inst. Lu will commence mnk
ing out tuu delinquent list, 'mis means
mat cutis win te aauei to all taxes noj
paid on or before that period.
uitv nx. mo city taxes are now
duo and must paid on or befuro tho loth
initant. Olhurwlse, costs v'iil be ndded,
aa I shall, on that day comment)) tho prep
aration of the delinquent list. No further
time can U given. J. II. TA YLOR,
Uov 2, 1670. lot
Win don't sornu of our neighboring
base ball clubs drop in on us and giro tbo
Dolus a whirl, whilothe woatber is pro
pitious. If the Paducah club is coming,
why don't it como along? A week henco
the weather will Iks an excuse. Tho Pas
times, of Mound City, were expcted down
yesterday, but didn t come. What's the
Mr. Hi i. m v s clujl, on tho corner of
Twelfth mid Washington, presents, In tho
perum of the pupils, a picture of health
that gives n most empuntic contradiction
to the report that "Cairo it unhealthy."
The order and decorum ulscrvcd speui:
unmistakably of Mr. Jlalfry's succcs at a
VI IIIU VUG
lllb VtTHSb AIAT
srs. Frd Koebler A ri
Meat Market, desire it understood that
keep all kinds of meats, beef, pork.
ton, lamb and real; that they buy and
tater tho best and fattest animals
ght to this market; droM and serve
he meals In a neat and cleanly man-
and deal with everybody ftlrly und
arkot baskets of customers delivered'
of chargo to any part of the city,
csh sausago on taloovcry morning,
y your meats, then, l the Centra
Market, near tlie' cgrper of Tenth
t, on Washington aveniio.
'icp 20 d3m
viEsM. Baiibow, M. Physician
iurgoon, formerly of the Indiana
Hospital Is now in the city and will
n hero until'.the l&th of November,
s suffering with any form of Insanity
ler Incipient or of long standing will
ill to call and see him. Ho will dom
tto to you tho morbid conditions of
aln, and will tell you what produced
Tho Doctor will alto dlagnos and
your disease with i-iumiis
ir it be constitutional or local. Strict
ion will be given to all forms of
will reliera you of all private ditoa-
rcury, and a suro cure warranted,
at Commercial Hotel, Itoom No. 4
'ckbs, The great Napoleon's only
on was Success, and this hu boen at
by the Chartor Oak Stoves. Over
10 have bees sold since their Intro
n, and the demand waxes stronger
, day Ort 3H. H d & It w
The fourth parJor concert will bo given
at tho reidenciof W. II. OULert, Esq, on
Tuesday owning, Nov. Oils nt least, such
Is tho announcement. As tho .Statu elec
tion take place on that day our citizens
wiil bo worn or excited, and will scarcely
give a thought to aiivtlilng but rot or the , in
election. If the attendance Is not as larto 1 bodv
as usual, therefore, the raue will bo un
derstood. Mais Shot. F. Joiephus Henderson,
who has been boarding a number of tho
laborers onj tho Southern Insane Asylum,
now being created near Anna, in Union
county, was shot by ono of thu men last
Saturday night. Tho shot took effect in
tho abdomen and produced what I)r. Gar
lington considers a mortal wound. Tho
man who did tho shooting has not yet boon
Tho parlors of W. W. Thornton, Efq.,
wero filled, lust night, by u vury select aa-
flumblugoof luilius rind gentlemen, the oc
casion being tho third parlor eoncort for
tho benefltof tho Church of tho Kedcomcr.
Tho evening's eutcrtninmont commenced
with nn overture, by nn amatour band,
composed of .Messrs. Kobbins, Henderson,
Davidson and Hurd, and closed with a
rnodloy executed by the same gentlemen
Mr. Kobbins is a gentleman of first class
nuuicnl ability, and the teacher and leader
of tho Silver Cornet band. It is not soying
loo much to remark that his participation
in tho concert ndded not a littlo to its suc
Tho ltov.Mr. Conn sang "Infelico" with
Una taito and expression, thu animato por
tions touching thu hearts of tho listeners
iiko impassioned eloquence. Wo nover
hoard the Reverend gentleman in letter
voice. The piano accompaniment was by
Mrs. II. I,. Halliday.
Iho piano solo, "Scono do Hal," by Mrs.
II. L. Hnllidiiv, was executed In a grace
ful and expressive manner, and was very
Mrs. Win. P. Halliday then sang tho
Hird Hong," a composition of much
beauty, by Humbert. The sing
ing of Mrs. H. Is alwavs
delicious i,if wo may use tho word) and in
this instance was inarvelously swcot, fin
ished und arti'tic.
The reading of it 'election from Tenny
son's Princess, byMr.Oborly, was followed
by an address by tho dwarf Prussian Gen
eral of a Provision Train, represented by
the bust of .Mr. W. H. Morris and tho
armsofMr.lI. L. llalllday. Morris showed
himself nn apt mimic and an original gen
ius generally, whllo Halliday punctuated
tho address by gestures that couldn't bo Im
proved upon. This part of tho entertain
mcnt, wa, of courho, heartily und deserv
Piano solos: ' Witches' Dance,'' per
formed by Miss Ida Hnrrell, "Shcpard'i
Quickstep," performed by Miss Anna
Pitcher, and "Lucretia llorgia," by Miss
Clara Wilson, were creditable performan
ces, and commanded all due commendation.
'Oh! Ye Tears, was sung by Miss
Anna Pitcher (piano accompaniment by
Mln Ida Harrcll) In a very tondor, sweet
and delicate manner, and with duo regard
to the spirit of thu composition. Horsing
Ing was highly complimented and de
Mr. .Morris sang "Thu Long, Long,
Weary Day," in n stylo decidedly btn
mm wife, hit rid. fil voice fulrlvcnthiulmj
all who hwrd It.
Mr. W. P. Halliday, whoto presence
seems vury t.tentiiil to nil of our local mu
sical rt ast, ung Dunizetti's " Life h no
r lower, ir. n.muJt iulkiinus murmer,
sweetly and skillfully.
"Our Anb Home Is Wild and Free, "
an antiphonlc cotnKtUlon, wns admirably
rendered by .Mrs.- Hallidav, Min Pitcher
and tho P.ev. Mr. Coan.
A quartette, by Mrs. Halliday, Miss
Pitcher, Mr. Morris and tho Rev. Mr.
Coan, the latter gentleman at the pi.ino,
finWhod tho programme, and a most thrill
and enjoyable finish it was. Kvcry
was delighted, and manifested tho
! During thn.
madu and lost to.,
again, yet tho two hundrcu
voter in Cairo havo not nccumuu..
j nblo wealth, during that time, of ton tho
, sand dollars. Tlicroare ono hundred whitu
men in Cairo, each ono of whom pays inoro
taxes than till tho negroes in Cairo. Bo
foro tax payers vote in a mannor calculated
to give tho negroes tho balance of power,
thoy should pause nnd reflect.
rt.. Isaac N. Ashton lias
flics of late New Orleans papers.
-Shell oystera received every
our thanks for
quest to publish
Oak CooiNC! Stovcs-nd
tovc-.ho lest m
Till-Tai'I'ehs Cal'oht. About noon
yesterday, two strangers ontercd Mr. J.H
3Iuscovit's storo, near tho corner of Tenth
and Washington, while that gentleman
wns eating his dinner, and tbo storo was in
charge of tho boy. The boy saw tho slran
gers leaning ovor tho countcr,dlrectly over
Iho money-drawor,but waa not fully assured
as to why thoy wcro doing so until totno
timoarterwarda,whcn tho drawer was found
emptied of its contents, $28 50.
ContUblo Arnold waa Informed of the
tbeft, nnd this morning found tho thieves
on board tho Emma Floyd, booked for
Louisville. They gave their names as 1)111
Sholby and Jim Hughes, and say thoy
live in Jvouisvillo. Of course they declared
tholr entire innocenco sworo they came
in on tbo train this morning and tooklodir
ings In thn St. Charles. Arnold conducted
them to tho St. Charles, and there, sure
onough tholr name were registered, but a
littlo inquiry established the fact that thoy
did not como In on tho morning train, but
wero in town yesterday nd went to bed
In tho St. Charles about 10 o'clock last
night. They were examined beforo 'aqulro
urois mis afternoon, and held for further
usu for snlo by 0. W. in.
Commercial Avenue. Sco ndvortu
uti-ntiT FOH OCT. lBlll.
Number of pnlleiit-niimmm
IftVt 1V of Hn.tembr....... "
A.liuHle.l .luring the monlli S.
men . i. k ti,-
lleliiatninK ' - '...., ta
mOUin -tn.i, t,-.,.nlllf!liritn'
T J.t.Uir r i nil-"1 . i i
-Tho lino passenger steamer Alaska,
- Ofttcs, loavce for New Cleans tins
t duo from.
JS. ... ....
uro of f'tnlnM
-.1. Ami nernutnetH r
nir tim -ptj-" ""ubf esc-ss or joniniuim'
B.i unftt- tlm sitfferrr "' V .liioo
tn .trtsny. Tne "., , ,.,, n, never
or imrircncowiv.. i0..nf mpfiioryi
fH lotemare nerTon; , hnl(lni!),c, ner-
The Munn Radicals say they intend to
poll in Cairo three hundred and fifty votes.
If they do so, ono hundred of thoo votea
will bo Illegal. A thousand negro votes
hero would not elect Munn. His caso it a
hopeless one; and his friends in fightini-
fur him are only protracting a desperate
Every colored man in Cairo, who has a
right to vote, will be protected in that
right; but colored men having no right to
veto must not attempt to exercise that
right The polls will bo closely watched,
and Illegal voters will bo held to a rigid
legal accounttbllity. Let this bo understood.
delight In very decided iipphiufo.
Mr. and Mm. Thornton were very cour
teous and attentivo to their visitors, re
ceiving overy one with n welcomo that was
both cordial nnd sincere. For ourtiJves
and tho hundred others present, we tender
them tho only recompense that can be of
fered thanks, and tho ruiurniieo that their
geniality and kindness made everybody
feel ontirely at home.
"How uv oyes ache," (said a lady
while reading Harper's edition of Dick
en's Pickwick.) Now, if that lady had been
using Laitarus & Morris' perfected pcc
taclcs, she could have read the sumo size,
type from four to six consecutive hours
without tho slightest inconvenlenco.
Tuber A. Bros solo agents. Seo adver
JAtLr-n MoHalk and Mlko Mshoncv
have greatly improved Washington nve-
nuo between Thirteenth and Eighteenth
atreeti. During the nnst tn days thev
have worked a forco of six or eight men
thereon, and tho work shows for Itself.
They havo removed tho redundant earth
from tho shoulders of tho nvenuo to tho
center, tilling up tho depressions, and mak
ing a slopo from the center on oither sldo
that will.grcatly facilitate surfuco drainage.
Our citizens may regret that thoy havo not
sufficient force under their command to
bestow liko attentions upon all our streets.
Tho Improvement would add nioro to the
appearancoofour city than tho Investment
of a liko amount in any other direction
could, and would, furthermore, bo monoy
most profitably and Juolclously expended-
Thk Injury sustained by Mr. Josoph
Lufkln is ftilly aa tevero as reported. His
right hand was very badly crushed, two
or mora of the mutacarpus bones being
fractured, and the fiosh burated by pres
sure and torn most shockingly. We are
Infornicdjtbat it is by no means certain that
tbo injured hand can be saved,
It is so strange that Mr. Lufkln, after
twelve or fourteen years connection with
tho Illinois Central, should meet with an
accidmt against which, during that long
period he has so sedulously guarded. Ho
has our sympathies and tho sympathies of
all others who are cognizant of tho Injury
ho has sustained and tho physical torturo
Scounhukls Cauout.-Wo referred tho
other day to a villi.inous dodge practiced
by three strange scoundrels on Mr. Ktnil
Kunzo, a young man known In this city as
entirely honest and upright. It will be
remembered that the villains stripped
Kunzo's coat from his back, and, beforo n
Pulaski county magistrate, sworo thut tho
garment was theirs, and that Kunzo had
stolon it from them. Ity such means so
curing Kuur.e's incarceration in Jail, thoy
took possession of his trunk nnd left tho
Constable Arnold, of this city, forward
rd udo-cription of thfl ra-cals to officer I.,
A. Khlnelmrt, of St. Louis, and admonished
hi nt to look out for them. This morning,
Arnold received from Kinehust the fol
" I have got tho bjys In Jail.1'
Proper steps will bo taken to bring them
back to Pulatklcounty, and to punish them
as they deseT-vo.
Mr. Fred. Theobald, of this city, know
ing that Kunzo was unocentof any crime
and was wrongfully lying in prison,vislted
Mound City, and secured his release. Mr.
Theobald has no interest In tho matter fur
ther than a desire to vindicate innocence
nnd punish crime. His conduct, therefore,
is deserving of honorable mention.
I.ECTCltue. Tho Young Men's Chris
tian Association, of Cuirp, desire to inform
tho public that they havo recently per
fected arrangements for the delivery, un
der their auspices of u course of five lec
tures, this fall and winter one each by tho
following-named porsons :
Mrs. Elizabeth Cady Stanton, (New
Dr. .1. M. Gregory (Champaign), Decem
llev.W. A. Ilartlitt (Chicago), Decern
Hon. Honj. K. Taylor (Indlanopolli)
Dr. Newton Hntemnn (Springfield), Feb
ruarys. To defray tbo expenses necessarily i:t
tendant upon such a course of lectures, the
association desire to sell single udmiiMon
nnd course tickets sufficient tonsturo them
ftiilntt any draft upon themselves ut Indi
viduals boyond tholr purchase of tickets
with tht jpubllcgenorally; It being expect
ed that little more, if anything, can be
mado than will defray tho expenses of the
.Members of tho association will call
upon tho citizens of Cairo with the tickets
mentioned, which will be sold ut thu rutu
of fifty coots for n single admlsilon ticket
two dollars for a tlckut for tho course.' five
single ticket" for two dollar, and three
course tickets for f."i.
It Is hoped that there will bo Ja general
and favorablD ro.ponto to tho cull men
tioned, Inasmuch as it Is believed that
those who purchaso tickets and attend tho
lectin e, will obtain for their outlay, "value
Aside from money considerations or the
interests of the Association, it will certainly
rotlect credit upon our citizens und our
town to havo tho lecture well attended;
nnd tho association hope that overy
one holding ii ticket, will endeavor to be
preont at each lettlre.
Tho place ind hour for tho delivery of
tho lectures, will be announced hereafter,
in due time.
L. W. STILWKI.L,
.1. M. LANHDKN,
Cairo, Nov. 1, 1870. Sit
It is a Tonic und will strengthen yoti
Jloducotheilo'e so it nets ns a gentlo laxn
Ivo, and continue on regularly with Sim
mons' Regulator, nnd vnu will becomo
strong and healthy. oct30d&wlw
Lost Shawl. At tho close of tho last
parlor concert some lady, through load
vortonce, wore off a largo Paisley ahaw
with small scarlet contcr, belonging, to
Mrs. 11. II. Cunningham, and leaving in
Its stead, a Brocade sba'.vl with a largo
Marlet ccntor. Tho object of this notlco
Is to bring about nn exchnngo of th
shawls. Mrs. Cunningham' shawl mnv
bo left at hor residence, or at Mr. Cun
nlngham's storo on tho lovce, where the
Droeado shawl will bo exchanged for It
Ai all tho ladles prosentat tho concert lire
in Cairo, this notice will doubtless fall tin
dor the eyo of tho lady having tho shawl
and bring about tho doslrcd exchange
no v let
A Fine Tmko ron tk Teeth. -Tho
fragrant Sozodont has taken a very prom
Inent plnco among tho most approved den
trlflces of the day. It t a very popular
artlule for the toilet, highly recommended
by nil who havo ued It, as a beatitlficrond
preserver of tho .tcetb, refreshing the
mouth, sweetening tho breath, and arrest
ing tho progress of decay.
"SrALws'u's G m; ft," stlcklostthlngout
YoL'.NO II KIDS O.N' AOCO ShoULDKIH.
It is no Inogcr a loathsome task to drakon
gray hair. Fhalok'h Vitai.ia, ok Sal-
vatio.n tortus: nAiu, nflVcU thechnngu
without any unclean accompaniment. It
is a limpid, clear fluid, and has K pleasant
aroma. The number of applications de
termines the shade. No sediment, no
stickiness, no darkened bottles I Sold by all
druggists and fancy goods dealers.
Oct 31 d Si vr 1 w
Walter aki Malont.y'h New Mi:at
Market. Tho ever rollablc Eighth street
butchort have just taken posestlou of
their now and spacious brick building, and
nro now better than ever prepared to serve
their customers with tho very best of fresh
meats, beef, pork, veal, mutton, lamb nnd
jiork sautnges. Thoy uro determined not
to bo excelled cither in tbo qualities of
"their meats or Ilia manner of serving'
them. A child can secure what it calls
for as ruadily as n grown person, and Vat"
Isfnctlon It insured to all.
Messrs. Walter and Moloney dosiro to
express their thanks for the liberal patron
age hitherto, and hall endeavor to reculro
n continuance of It. Their now stand will
bo opou Saturday moming.und thencel'or
waru, una win bo supplied with tho very
bdt incuts to bo found in this market. Tho
proof of tlio excellence of their meats rimy
bo fouud irr trying thcul, and they invito
everybody io make tbo trlnl.
See their cord. " "
leans, and the Julia from ,
Tho Armnda leaves for
4 p, in.
unplfm dreams weasr "jVJ,, ' n,,,,,,.., of
tou tr-mbUna. KnerallMl u e 'w (
We RroAiithorlsoil tosnnotirW llmfllr. A. If.
IltVlK btacamlMale for tlio nillro of Shtrifl of
Alexiinilcrcouhty, atihorn-tiiiijc No-emU'reli-fl.
tlon, sulijoet to tho clci-lon nf tho Iicnioerntle
County Contention. nuMM
Althe-oliciUtlotinf mmy f Itlicn-of l.oth poll,
tlcat paillet, I hofl))- nnnounce inj.elf n Urn
rEOfbirS CA.VDIDATK forSln-nHol Ale-anJer
count, at tbo nnlni NoTemlir rlrctlon.
To the ?lart)t- or Mv e Complaint.
Anonn tlir wcuiierfiit iin-.licnt iirqriertlop vthioli
lm r-Ti.loro.l l(.i-ttiiT'K HtomioV Hitters pro-.
eminent atnori tho lienltli re.tnrlntt proparatlons
of thn uiif, Its anll-billoun virtues ato not lit
leM remstkallo. No wonNcan ilojuttiee to II
marH'loils rtreet upon tlio Uiua-il liter. IV:.
hiH Ihe aiinple norJs of n eonml-ent muferrr,
whou.crlle-ll "hoIiik rhttolh spot," till
tlientory o clearly a may , It diiiuko rlht
to tho K.it. It operates illreclly upon tlioiliaor
dereilerRaii.ninl whether unduly nctlra or lu a
stale of parily-tf, r lores it t a uondltlon of
he.iltli. Tho lcknes at tho ttoiiiaeh, pain 1-
tvrcti the shouMvraand in Ihe riitlitalile, yellow
siillil'lon nf Ihn ikln,co4U-nr., ilrowln4 nnd
I.nnguor. .itlmno- of -Iglit, colic, palpitation of
heart, dry uotnth, low fvcr, al ollur -ytom-
wtiieh Indicate Ihevarlou j.liai ofneutn aud
ehronla lior complaint, are one and nil promptly
relieved, and finally rcmotol.by tho action of this
sinoiis proparnlion, whicli I. nt once the letof
correctives, thrt gentlest and mot gonial nicr
U'nb-, ut Infldtlhlfl resuUtor, nnd a powerful res
lorutlt e. I'rrson nf a bilious habit, who u.o th
Ulttsrsrw a protective iiledlclne, will uevfrauflcr
the pains nod pcnnlilo, of Mver dises.e or Dillons
Itemlttent Kevrr. ocUUawtw
tf prep'irol from tho pre-erintwn nf I)r. UoM.
h llfll, emltieiit phy-lcinn or innny renri' ex.
pcrlonco, un.l aro not u wortlilr.- patent medl
jme. I tr. llell'a apoclllo remedy ha Ix-on tetd
for many jeara, nml It warranted a certain cure,
no lnatlr bow Und the rno may Int. Itiindrndt
of ccrlllli-nlc-can be ahown. To a oeiiri Iho aen
nine, mclo.p SI m n letter nnd they will neat
on receipt, .Turn from oupriatlon,1py mall, iot
paid, Willi rulei nnd In-true tlon- thai will injure
isfeedy eure. I'rlTaterlri'ulara -nl fr. Ait
J'"" ,. 8TKP1IKN HAMLIN,
Oen'l AKnt, TJ7 llrnadway. N. W.
' XKW Oltl.KA.N.
llatlnir Inst tccnttinrouiflilv reoalrodat Mono, I
Cur l nuw rvcvlrina firlrlil. mi l trill ilcoiri for
IVrdiistcihiy l.vt'iiliiKi -Vov. 2il,
-Kr freiitht or nits apply on tionnl.
JAIHES TAKE NOTICE.
A phyririan of Si ye.tr.i' cxperlem-v oircra Ina vat
Forth" Immedlsto relief of alt iho.n .tirriiiilil..
and ilfrnnireiiiriita t.ooullnr tr, tin, Famuli. ..r.
To marriB.lladli'. ihey nre pnrtlcuUrly vnlunMii a
uiiiy iii rr mo 10 rcmovn ,in mnal illatre.alna
ari'totiis, no mailer how lon Iher have exiateiC
I'rlrnteelrriitara lolmlieispvimrfiill ln-trneilnna
aeat free on receipt of tump. Dr. Ilarvey'a
Chrono.Thenn.t I'dla mint not Im ennfnumlfd
with wort hle patent medii'lnes aold a fVinitln
I'llh, for nls pllfaain a.tfe and eure In i t cry cm.
They ttlll bit rent aoctirelr aealed, on receipt ol
81, 1'y rotum mall, with full dlntlona fiiruae.
AiMresa, bTKI'IIK.V HAM M.N,
Oen'l .(Kent, 737 llroada ay, .N'tv Vol k.
Unlli-I States of America, .Southern Ibatnctot
Juoau James . McCrlto of Hazlcwood
precinct, was in tho city this morning, nnd
roporls u very promising outlook for Col
Crcbs in tho country. D;n Munn aeu.ns
to bo know all over the district, and where
ho is host known ho is weakest. That he
will bo elected, his most unscrupulous
friends will scarcely Insist, for u slnglo moment.
I). L.uinitur, Ohio Lor oo, between
Eighth and Tenth strooU, has enlargod
nnd improved his shaving and hnir-cutting
kaloun, and ho is prepared to shnvo custo
mers in first class stylo.
C'lenn towels, sharp razors und courteous
attention aro among thu attractions of tho
I it'lnhlMimcnt tf
A MUCK DWELLI.NU 1IUUSK 'OR
A two story biiek reddencc, admirably
nrrnngod, with large grounds ( lot), ait
uatnd on the corner of Hylbrook avuiiuit
and Twenty-third street, will bo sold on the
most reasonable terms, It is located on
high grounds, in an excellent neighbor
hood, tho grounds containing bearing fruit
trees, vines and choioo selections of shrub
bery. It is, in short, one of the coraplotost
homes in the city.
Apply to W.U.THOMAS,
At Thomas, (Jreon ic Alden's.
To Whom it May Conckrn. II tho
person who, on the 22d day of duly, came
into our offloo und gavo his check for a cer
tain amount, doea nut call and pny.or cause
to bo paid, tho amount, before tho second
day of November, we will publish in thoso
columns tho whole transaction, and make
public his name.
It ELLIOTT, HAYTHORN & CO.
Arlington, f'-ohimhiia, Armadi, IVdufal.i
Hake r.C.pclilrardrau, Che. rtM l.out.,
'lle llter, Orl'lli, l.'llipi r, 'ii.itill.
iII.kqw, While rlter, Kiiiilcon, VivL.turM,
llelli Memphln, Memp. I huilralou, t-nliHleill.t,
Aillnxton. (.oluinlmai Arnitda. I'.JuckIi;
Kntiiooii, M ImM', linker. Utr" (iiriinleail,
ri Silver, " JIiow,-.oiivllle,
llell Meinphln, liMlla Clu -lrr. M.-mpliH,
fiuplre, Nuahtille. 1' t'jimll, .N.'w iir.emi.,v
Thu weather continues clear and beau
tiful, thu temperature being as mild as
spring or full.
The river bus fallen U Inclie- since
Tho .Ml-i-l'sippi Is swelling nt
Louis, and has rlscu llirvu feet nt tjulncy.
Tho Missouri is rising rapidly ut ICansns
City, and a rise is reported at Sioux City,
The waters of tho Osuge, (iascuiiiulc, (irnnd
and other tributaries of tho Missouri are
pouring OJt imp. hums lloodi, and a big
rise may hu expected at St. l.ouls in a few
days. Low water in tho Mississippi Is tit
Tho Ohio is rising slowly" nf Pittsburg
witli flvo feot of water in tlio channel, nnd
n prospect of a rbio of two or three feut
more. Tho rivor has rloen at Now Alba
ny, and a rlo of two-feet Is p'toboblo from
tho recent rains. Tho Kanawha and Cum
berland are rising slowly.
Business continues good nt our levco.
The Armnda brought out .5 tout wag
on material and nssortcd freights fur rc
ihlpmont South. ....-
Thu Baiter tirought CO tons for reshlp-
mont South and a lot of sundries mid pas
sengers for Cairo. . ., i x '
Tho Hollo Memphis discharged ICO
bales Eastern cotton hero, for(i-eshlpnioiU
Whcrcs", cullie7th dny of ictfdwr, A. I, 1 cT.
Wlllium P. llatliilay, owner of th Imrire jswnt
lour," tiled n libel III tho Histllet Court of the
i.'iiitcu Mio ror tli.f-oiilliern Dmlriet orilliu
o.s. tl,e sti'.iinloit l.ouiivllt." Iip
Imiiii-. tai'kle. el.'., i ll),, pr-yine that the same
may Iw ton leoiimil hi neconlanru nlih trio
it)i r oi mm j I .
And where . by tittu.iof jiroce In due form
oflnw, to ine. rlinvted, reuinablo on Hit. Ilt-t
.lontay III teiulr, I lutte aei, iimiii and
taken thn d intnU.at "LniiUville," herloat,
tuck le, it'1., nn I li no thnuii In my eii.tmly
'oliroi- hereb) ((iMii.tliji n llatrlet Court o
tint ITnlte.l Htnte will l. held at the Hulled States
Collll Itoom. Ill Ihe ollt' of I'alro. on tnollr.t tlon,
ftlny In l oce lull r, no.t, Cot Ihe trial rl tin. nld
,on tthit hntn nrrlalui any iuterenl tin rein, are
rierei'y riien " aun appear at tne nnie ami
lfoafcro..tld, to allow c.ill-e, If any Ihey hare,
wity m oerree .noillil not uv rennereil III mortl
nine m itli the iruter nf aid libel.
'UBlro, in., (M ;ii.is;o.
. - JOHN I.. HOtTI", V . Mar.hal.
Jiy IVIer S.titp , leptny , ocnidltt
A Lecture on tho Philosophy or Mar
rlugp, and the Secret Inllrnilllcs
tr Yoiitli, .Xanliood nnd
Thia lecture ahould be In tho haada of every
ycunrman.and eapet'lallv tho.o eontemtit-iln,.
inurnaite. it will eantlon und Kiildo turn tliroiiafi
ll'e. and fhefollowa thn itiatrueliitn. ili.r- lm.i
down, he may escape illaeaan nnd utialn old aire
with all hla faeulllea unlmpairiul. It eontama
rtuea unu pre-crtptloiia tint will euro any eae of
aeinlnat weaknera. rmllon, cle., and re.toro
loat inanhiioil to perfect health. Hent fr to all,
ny ono woo una annerni aim la now eur.l.
AdnreSR, Dr. KlxiAUUtKM.MN,
Station D, Iliblo Home. .Sew York.
'.! I, YAIll.
FOOT OP ELEVENTH STREET
.llssuiil Cai'lioii, lit Uiiola iiusj
Klouk.' -Clmieo Fiimlly Flour in hU
httlf bbls., saeks, fie, for snlo at tno Kgyp
tinn Mill. au
The Chester, Susie Silvor and Rubicon
each discharged nnd received more or less
freight here. i
The Umpire brought 100 flour barrels
5 tons sundries for Cairo, 3 hhds tobacco
for roshlpment to I.oulsvillo, 'J.'.O bblstlour;
5 tons sundries for roshlpment South, 10
tons bar iron, 10 bbls dried fruit, 5 roll,
leather for reshlpmont to St l.ouls.
-Tlii' following report, InloroM'm; to
A cnil Supply' mi llnmt. iiml delivered
In nny inrt of lite 1 1 '.
Every l.o;il of Cial Weighed, and lull
.UfiMiru (fit nn.
in' iroi o,i, iitMM:i atuu
Vf.H t'AK I.O.llt.
Opler- h it ,'al the utlli o ti tl(,l iimm-diuUly
JAM11S UO, I't ttp'r.
tj the enly. and isve Time. Health an t
Uossy. SJ1.0UO ItKWAltl) for any eaii of dltcue.
Id any ittge which ther f.ll to care.
Ut. ItlCIMU'd OOI.nES' DAL
HAMS, .Vf. I ft 3, r tt
preateat alteratlrea known.
iDk. Jlll.'HAU'H (101. 1) EH
K LI XI It n'AUOUK la U.
tlrealcat Tools and Aatrlsot
lu Uie Vctlcal Mat. Da. lit.
viiAtrn conir.v ANiroon:
Ii the onlr reliable dlareile.
Thete R'roedl'e ara not advertl.ol la Cur all
CumiilaluU, and bruett Dane; bat are risranteed
to effect a Itadlcal and ilpeedy Cure in til cnn f .r
which Ihey are reeonimeoded, when all other treat
ment uu tailed. Tena or utouianua yearly raca-j
bv their ute, who hare lost all hone, and UlaifTi
nwnced as Incurable by trie beat c-fCr aadlcal
JL-f IIAL.SAM, No. I. osfea Ulcere, UlcerateJ
Kara Throat and Unutri. flora T.jtt, Cutane.
bin KrupiSu-t, CppeSolsret Hlotchea, Sor-oa
A Ota iicalp, itcrofuliylc. It Is the Oreateat Iteoo
wttur, Atieratlv aasi lllood 1'urlfler known, re-,
wovra all mercury from the aytlem, and leaves
She blood pure ant! healthy. U
Htf. No. . curea Mrrvurltl ASec-
lUieumaUiin In all ita nirmi, am
r ,o. 1 or 2, J per bMtle, or ta
NT1UOTK. a radical car for all urinary
d(ranir?muu. Price SJ per bottle.
lUCII.AU'S (i OLDEN
JL ri.lXllt Ii'AMOUK. a radical tun fur
Ntrroui or Ueoerst Oeullity, In old or
youiijri IruiurtlPS euersy lln wonJerrut effect.
rncv rr ooiut. or two igr v.
On recidel t Drier, thete 'reaedlea wilt be
aMni). to anv place. Prompt attaoUnn Bald tu
nil cerrrip'inilent-,' .Vne cenulne without the
name of "Hit. ItH'll.U'rt liOI.IIKN ItKUP.DIEil,
II. KKIIAlillS. Kol I'runrl-tcr." blown lu
I'Ijm ot bottlet.
Circulars aent. TriJe aumdled at a liberal
Addrex, HU. I), 11. IUCIIAKIIR, S.'S Varlck
Utrcvt. h'aw Ygtk.
I- Rll-l IIQI
'llie tnitiioin. of
'liter ro'iii-laiul nro
'iinraiiiii'aa aild pnla
in the eide. Soiuit
Iunie tliximm la In
ihe ahoulder, nnd la
Am tin'd U jointly Ciislomorrt
With heIli'.st Quality of f
(Irtl.ru' 1 ft Hi IlitllltlssyCJlrok.- italic
So. 70 Ohio l.evee, or at tliaU'Wl
Yartl lie I on tlirNt. Cliiii'lea Ho
tel, will llecelsr l'runiit
iiiialnken or ttitumalixu. Thnapiuiacli laulteot
edwlth Inn. of nppelilii nnd "ickiie.., Umela In
cenetatcotl ve. -oiiK iniie- nuernuiiiu triin tax
Tho lie ol i Irouhl-d w di pain, and dull, heavy
SiassSHaVasaiastaWaaVSSBSfl .vutatinii, contKirralila
II I lim ."' ot memory, uoeoni
f I Iff L U Ipanled with painful .. n-
ill II IV'tluuvf hnvmi left tin
1.1 I Bill K lono eometlilnit ulllch
asajaafaSSSSaja-SjSB'SSS'CaVV'I'ft'it lu hum been done.
linei-uiiipl.iiiiini: ol ueakiu'x.ili'ixlily. and low
.pull". Htitetliin's, hiiino of tho nuive nynip
toniinttend the Ulsra.e, nnd ut oihe-time-very
few of thetu i but the Liter it xonemlly Ihe uruao
mot Involved, Cure (lie Liter wild
.. . -
A preparation ol roota and berbe, usnauted p).
Ikiiiricuy vstable, andean dm no Injury toHiir
It h.ta been U"eby humlreda, nnd knouiia I
tho Ual JS VMra aa oi of the moat icllnUi'. eltl
cacloua mid harinlraa preparefloaeeter sttet'td
the-iitlVriuj;. . IMnkm ri'KUlsrlyanit.p'rllinl . '
, Imrrliwa, allaetlona ol
tho bladdvr, rump
uaaean, chllla. duoA.ee
ofTfrti Rninov.. rti'r. nert
The iiik'.V H'-iill ' will rin I
aleuiiici at 'lii)! l , HV ui Ji'l b'
t.tlro, th".. . in, Ik.j-'i"
es tb skiu, impurity or thu blood, in-laoehely,
or depreaaloiiol aplrile. heartburn, colic, or palo
in tho bowel, paiu lu Ilia hea l, fever unit nr,
dropay, boila, puia in Ihe back nud limb, a.llui.a
erylpelna, fernalo utlvetlona, and bilioua itl ae
i'rvpured only by J. II. Zelllti - Co.,
1'rUKitlate, Macon, IS.
I -I in... M i I Kor aala by Ilarelay Hrothern, Ohio Ltee
Price ft trmaWflU. n.av.tdawl