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WILLIAM J. ALIiN
For bounty Jalre,
Cor Aeeeclalo Justice,
For County Clerk,
For Cenfety. Treasurer,
tlMI..I.I..J..l -a 11.. LI.. - .
UKWM . BCTLEM.
For Couuty Surveyor,
t-olu" sold everywhere.
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r'flfblll Cure Never Fallc
DO cards (35 cento per pair, at
In linen 25 cents' per yard, tvl
i. j u ' II. .
Grand Jury inspected ttio coun ty
day. Their report Will be publish
roportod that Perry Powers cob
Itea tho orcaulzatloa.of a tliealri-
ppe during tho fall. Wo do not
for tho correctness of tho report.
Philharmonic society of the
Ig town of Columbus aro giving
Is In the neighboring village. If
e really good they can make it
talcing the Athcneum for one
hI number of tho Cairo Dally
will l) iH.Hued on Kunday. Tho
inn tleclaro their purposo to pay
Iry dollar tho offlco owes. The
II will bo removed to Chicago.
Irectfillon Wulnut street below
Is progressing very favorably.
in much tieeueu imnrovcraom,
when complete!, ndd much to
nrunco of that thoroughfare
Lhn A. Poor grew a cornstalk in
Ion, in this city, this season, Mint
sixteen foot two Inches in
Tho first ear of porn is eight feet
'ground. A Jiealthy growth.
a'rket is well attended by coun-
ton. we saw quite a nutnocr,
ling, from Puluskl county, two
torn the uelghborhood'of Don-
10 waqon contained tlilrty-flvo
city, on the overling of tho 23d
lie residence of Mm. tihlpley, by
C II. Footq.Mr. William Morln
Vlney C lde, all of Cairo.
Ilcomo Morln to the fraternity of
pen, and with him a renlir.a-
11 tho happiness that he has
Icluatlng. If ho makes as good
Id as ho Is a printer, his better
ever 6eo tho day when she
It to recall her marriage vows,
i hat secured as good a wifo as
ci, i which wo are assured is the
lias been fortunato indeed in his
the Million, ami Children Too
II ay thorn & Co. have Justie-
lielr Fall and "vVJntor Mock of
boots and shoes. Tt is by oddi
. and most varied that was ever
this market, embracing every
is In vogue, and many new
Ir beforo introduced into Cairo.
Dynd girls in the city have
Irally and aggregately provided
kll they havo to do is to put a
bunt of money In their' puree.
ttt, Hay thorn AOo.'n and get
11 not bo forgotten that Elliott,
A Co. deal exclusively in boots
nnrl liavlnrr iiAnnnfi.lAil n
bnago ou tholr Iioubo, cau af.
n a larger stock and sell cheap.
Irtles who do not make boots
la speciality. They have given
ft evidence of thin, as the nun
certify who have patronlred
bslnco its establishment. -But,
Iir purpose to speak only of tho
of boys', misses' and childa'
I boos just oponed, wo shall ro
or remark on this hoad, for a
Ttie Circuit Ceart.
L'as no adjournment of the
k'almer, a negro, was arraigned
Indictment for stealing six dol-
Walked A Slsson. Plead
ntenced to county jail twenty
Irish, a steamboat pilot, in-
It others, for stealing a lot of
Inn tho European restaurant,
guilty, and his punishment
Iiyoars, Imprisonment In tho
A . . . .
iry. Amotion luruitew inai.
Daily, implicated In tho
Iny, plead guilty,
am-, under recognizance to
;ace, wns dischaged on pay.
Irohnson.a negro, found guilty
wus sentenced tonn Imprison,
roo years In tho penitentiary,
lei; of tho term in solitary con-
Charles stoutly denied his
old tho court that It would
Itho Judgment day Hint It was,
Iited Institution, and had pun
"or another's crlmo.
"Barrett's" not a pasty compound.
"The Best In Use." Eoder'e Stomach
Ender'e Stomach Blttent "The beet
(, Beat 10 quarter heetlng65 centu per
Good towels, all linen, 20 cento, each,
atRellly'e. T tf
About four thousand dollars worth of
bpotii and shoes for sale at Reilly'fl at 60
fir cent, on the coal price t tt
Shell oysters, red and white fish,
gamo in season, subject to order, night
or day, at Walker & Slsaon'a restaurant
The G. W. P.. of the order of Sons of
Temperance, is in the city, with a view
we understand, of organising a lodge.
Something over twonty years ago this
order numbered two hundred thousand
strong In the United States.
Thero is an offensive hog wallow on
the south aide of Eighteenth street be
tween Commercial avenue and the Ohio
flejiree, occasioned by the dralnings of
"the ttallroad ho tel, that; requires atten
tion. It partakes largely of the nature
of a nuisance, and should be abated.
IMtellly keeps up his . stock of staple
goods. Persons wanting domestics,
flannels, etc., at actually coBt price oan
secure them thero in any quantity de
sired. He is selling vast quantities of
goods, for tho reason that tho people
havo ascertained that he is furnishing
A family consisting of father, mother
and four or live children, arrived in town
yesterday evening from Clear-Creek.
They dumped their plunder on Twentieth
street, and have been eating nnd sleep
ing thero since. Tho husband has not
yet rented a dwelling.
. The following was tho ownership o
tho ill-fated Phantom : A. 8. JonesSlGOO;
J. B. Sleuth, $7); E. B. Jones, $600;
Bennett, fDycuaburg), 51,000; J. M. Bev
erly, ?500; Lockett A Johnson, $250; Geo.
Hock, $2.'); ItoblnB A Hro $.r50; J. A.
Mackoy, $2W; Kay A Scott, 52"); Segeu
fclter A Reed, $2.10; Euden A Ross, $250.
Anrtlon Main of Mules.
Having determined to go to California,
I shall on Saturday, September tho th
at the Vlcksburg Houhc, on Commercial
avonue, between Twelfth and Thirteenth
street, sell at auction for casIi in bond,
.flvo head of mules, all souud and in good
condition. David Gammel.
There was a largo crowd outlast night
to hear tho He v. Mr. Farr's temperanc0
.barranque. But, as upon thopreviouB
evening, ho utterly Jcnored tho ques
tions which the prohibition party hau
put In Issue. Tho Iteverned gentleman
may spout until dooms-day in tho vein
he ha.i chosen without strengthening his
pnrtyan iota. "Why dosn't ho specify?"
A Cairo physician, and ono who has
always enjoyed a largo practice, has
Just recoveredrom a severe and some
what protracted spell of sickness. Ho
Bays hols not concerned about tho time
ho has lost. Tho most serious feature of
the caso is, that on his recovery ho finds
himself out of business. His patient
couldn't got any medicine, while ho was
sick, and all of them got well! Provo"
king, Is' n't It?
Tho Bev. J. M. Van Treas has been as
signed to the pastoral caro of the Metho
dist Episcopal church in this city; tho
Kov. D. W. Phillips to Mound City; Rov.
Wra. MoMorrow, to Pulaski; Rov. R.'
FahB, toDongola; Rev. G. w. Grape, to
Jonetboro, and Rev. S. P. Grovea to
Metropolis. Tho venerable J. J. Van
clove, formorly of Cairo, has been assign
ed to Bunker Hill. TheRev,E,Lathrop
goes to Salem. ,
Three Men Drowsed.
When the Fanny Brandies was a short
dlslanco below Ogden's landing, last
upward bound trip, sho blew out one of
her drum heads. The noise being terrific,
tho deck bauds believed it to bo tho re
sult of a boiler explosion, and not caring
to havo their heads knocked' off by the
flying fragments, qulto a number of them
jump overboard. Threo of tbom, a white
man and two negroes, were drowned.
Tho balenco kept themselves afloat until
picked np by tho yawl.
To 1 onlrctor tad nulla ra.
DeBlrlug to clean off my lumber yard,
perparltory to engaging more extensively
in tho lumber business this fall, I will
soli tho stock on hand, consisting of ash,
oak, hickory, cypress, poplar Ac. of all
sizes and dimerslons, cheapir than it
can bo sold at any other yard in this
section of country. I will take In pay
ment at par, city scrip, county orders,
and school scrip.
W. W. Williams,
Cairo saw mill.
Cairo, Sept. 23d I860. 1m
I will sell at publlo auction on Wednes
day, Out. 0th, on tho premises of John
Ilitmllton deceased, 101 Commercial ave
nue, his entire stock of furniture, con
sisting of safes, parlor uhalrj,bed steady
olliee btools, marble top bureuus, marble
top center tables, pillows, cloves, lounges,
extension tubles, comforts, and a largo
lot of tiullco. Terms of sale, cash."
DanikIj IUiitman, Auctioneer.
Tills (lnoBtorv hotido of John Hamilton,
deceased, lb for rent and cun bo rented
for one y?ar or term of years on reason
able terms. Id
Good all linen shirt bosomo at $2 50
per dozen at Reilly's. tf
Use Ender's Chill Cur. "It never
? Flrt class day board at Walker AfJIgm
on's restaurant, at 5 per week. tf
Beat 5 quarter pillow slip muslin 24
cent per yard, at Reilly's. tf
ft i i , 9 .
The largest and best furnished billiard
ball In Southern Illinois iathat of rVulk
Irish linen, selling at 185, now ft 15
Irish linen sold at $1, now 75 cents; and
good Irish linen at 50 cents, at Retllv's
Teotht Tthl Tibt
Dr. Austin, at 140 CotnmercUl avenue,
la a surgeon dentist of much, experience,
theoretically and practically familiar
with all the details of the profession.
We unhesitatingly recommend him to
our readers, at homo and abroad, as one
of the most successful practitioners in tho
The ofllce of tho City Treasurer and ex
Officio Collector is In tho City Council
building, Clarke's block, Ohio Levee,
near the stone depot; and not, as some
suppose, In Mr. Hyland's saloon, near
tho corner of Commercial avenue and
Ninth street. And whlio on this subject
wo will take occasion to remark that It is
tho Treacurer's purpose to collect tho
taxes due within tho tlmo fixed by law.
Thero will bo no postponement.
Mrnnge EfTecf or rrlitlit.
A few days ago two or threo boys,
among whom was n mute, attempted to
passn skifT between tho wharf boat and
the steamer A. Baker, TlieskifTwus too
wide for tho opening presented, hut tho
boys woro bent on going through any
hW. They therefore careened the fckifT,
hoping to pass Its edgo under the Baker's
fender. In doing this tho skiff dipped
considerable water; and tho mute hellev.
ing himself in need of moro than earthly
help, called out in a clear and sharp
voice the name of "Jesus Christ." They
were tho first nnd only words ho had spo
ken during a period of five or six years.
J. C. Carson, agent forplanos, organs,
and Wheeler A Wilson's sewing ma
chines, Eighth street, uear Washington
I wish to inform the public that I shall,
iu a few days, increapo my stock of
pianos, and bo prepared to furnish to
order, many of the Jlrst class Instruments
manufactured, on hort notice, at tho
regularly established price; any of which
I will deliver, set up and warrant to be
in perfect order before requiring the pay
ment of any money. All Instruments
warranted for flvo years. I nlso keep
piano stools and covers, and am receiv
ing tho very latest publications of music.
All persons wunliug anything In ray
lino of buslnwu will do well to cull nnd
see my stock and learn particular, be
foro effecting purchases elsewhere.
Sop2l dlw J. C. Cahso.v, Agent.
MoyeO Crtitccut Clly Clrcm.
Tin Crescent City Circus exhibit In
this city, on the old show grounds, on
Saturday, October 2d. Wo copy tho fol
lowing from tho Clnclnn ati Daily 'En
OIU JJD PROCESSION OF THE CWCUS.
Our citizens havo a raro treat in storo
for them, and cannot fail to bo highly
pleased with tho magnificent processlou
which takea place this morning by the
superior company connected with Mr.
Noyes' Crescent City Circus, now per
forming on tho Orphan Asylum lot.
Never havo wo had a smllar sight alTord
ed us, for tho costumes, trappings and
decorations of this establishment are en
tirely now, having been used for the flret
tlmo in this city, and neither pains nor
expenso havo been spared by tho mana
ger to render this entertainment first
class in ovcry rospoct, so that they will
appear to signal advantage. Tho mam
moth pavillion, with its neat and
attractlvo cntrauco ou Elm street, bril
liantly illuminated and decorated with
banners, displays unusual tasto ami elegance,-
and wo are not surprised that
their' exhibitions havo given such uul
versal satisfaction. To-night a brilliant
nnd novel spectaclo will be presented.
The qponlug act will consist of a grand
Tournament, or Field of tho Cloth of
Gold, in which fifty ladles and gentle
men will participate in tho sports of the
arena. Thero will bo a profusion of ban
ners and armorial bearings, and tho au
diouoo will insensibly be carrried baok
to tho days of chivalry. Soino idea can
ba formed of tho magnificence of this
novel representation ofTiltand'Totirnoy,
wheu it U known that Mr. Noyca has
exptilded $10,000 for its production,
Messrs, Glbbs and Robinson, tbo two
best clowns in Amorlca, will mako tholr
bow to tho public this evening, tho first
time hIiico their presont sojourn in this
clly although they nro well known to our
citizens as. accomplished gentlemen,
and tho very essence of wit nnd humor.
Tfio Stokes combination, in tho great
European celebrities, eight in number,
the best cqucstrienns In the world,, will
appear with this mammoth com
pany. Tho Wilson's brothers iu their
now trlpplo bar act, McCarthy's lenp for
lifi-, Huuterson, Smith, Barclay, Luko,
Cook, Phillips, Arthur, Lewis and a
host of acrobats, nVo undoubtedly unsur
passed In this speciality, and glvo a
number f graceful and varied evolutions
never before attempted In this dtr.
Master Wood Cook, pupil of Mr. C. W.
Noyst, is -a mlraele of agility, fcar-
essness and daring, and In his
great challenge sommersault act, be
displays his talent to a remarkabhs de
gree. Mr. Fred. Barelay is aa accom
pilshed equestrian, and bis portrayal of
the Wild Casaanche Chief, an act on the
bare back of a swift running thorough-
bread racer, la one of the best we have
ver wltneased. The' Cyhocephalus, or
Man Monkey is, another remarkable
feature of this splendid eutertalaaieat.
The Orchestra Is capital, far beyond the
avenge, aad adds greatly to the pleas
ore of the performane.
It gives us pleasure to commend the
entertainment of Mr. Noyes to our read
ers, for we.know. noae ban falfto be de
lighted. They glvo mat I Bees and even
ing performances every day during the
present week, and have already proved
themselves worthy of all the high en
comium that have been lavished upon
them. We aro authorized to say that the
price of admission isSOcta. children under
"Barretts" takes the lead.
r jui t'Cfciec Baae Tralalaa
Our advice to any young man, that
can sparo tho time and money, is to go
to BryanVi Chicago BvMntta Training
School, where the best facilities in the
country aro to found. It Is just as cheap
to go to "Hcadquartors" as to go to a
second-rate institution. Sond for paper
describing this model institution tho
"High School" to Commercial Colleges.
Address. H B Bryant, Chicago, 111.
The best and prettiest cook stovo now
A new lot just received. Call and see
them at Beerwart, Orth A Co., 130 Com
mercial evenue. SepOdwlra
Arrlvrtli nnd Departure Dnrliijrthe Pml
flen. Anclmon. Clumiu 'Wm While. Paducnh;
City of Calm. Ht. Louii, I.umt Jn, EraiMTlllc;
MlnneoU, Memphli; Longwortb, ir Orletnr;
Oen. Andtron. Columbia, Wm White, Paduc&h;
InrnUn, KTnYille: MlnneoU. Cincinnati:
Longworth, LooIitI1Ic City of Cairo, Mempnli.
The weather was cloudy and warm
last evening, nnd u storm evidently
passed closo in our neighborhood, as the
air was cool and fresh this morning, but
was rapidly becoming warm at noon.
Tho Mississippi Is still falling at St.
Louis, stationary at Dtihuquo and fall
ing at St. Paul. Tho Missouri Ib station
ary. Both rivers aro In lino navlgablo
Tho Ohio Is falling at Xonlsville with
Ave feet in tho canal and stationary at
PitteburL' with 25 Inches Ju tho chauuel
Here tho river has fallen four inches
slnco last report.
Buslncs continues fair.
Tho packets continue to bring fair trips.
TlloMollio Able, Capt. Dan Ablo is
tho regular N.'O. boat to-day.
Tho Luminary, Capt. Dan Conway Is
tho regular packet for VIcktburgh this
evening. Chas. T. Hlndo, Agt.
Tho Whlto Capt. Northern, leaves bb
usual this evening for Paducah.
Tho Fanny Brandies is tho regular
EvaiiBvllIo packet to-day.
Medal awarded to "Barrett's."
Linen shooting 12 quarters wide, $1 75
cento per yard, at Reilly's. tf
OAKFENTEK AND liUIIiIEtt
SEAR TWELFTH STREET,
BETWEEN POPLAB STREET AND WAB1UNQTON
OK EVERYTHING IN
I tub book XjiPixaa
,t m,ww "
Jec!l'Ctf " " ' No. 100 CoMKtacuLAYiKVE.
LLEN, WKBB A BUTLEK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OSIce In Broia New Hullilr,
Corner of Elefenth street and Commercial ATenne
II. Wataoa Webb, J CAIRO, ILL.
L.. P. Butler, .lecildlf
jyjULKKY, A bL A WIIEELKR,
ATl'OUNEYS AT IiW,
John II, Mulkkv, 1
Gko. W. Wall, CAIRO, ILL.
OOloe Ilooms, B mid 0 Winter' Uloc
WM. II OHKKK " W. JlTcilLllEHT
Q.RKKN & GILBERT,
Attoruoys ami Counsellors at Iaw,
Spec ml attention given to Admiralty anilBrembo J
Ofllce on Ohio I.evee, Ilooms nit
vioU lfl t BifysjtUt Block.
JjlORUASTPORT AND WATERLOO..
' 1ULAR THUKABAY PAOHR.
Tho light . Iraueht ateamer ALPHA.
k . w. nnn, naaior, W. IS. HTKHB,
care for Inn abatn un.l .11 ini..nni.u
TKNNE3SE RIVER, EVERY THURSDAY BVKN
Thn Alpha eonnecti closely at Dannlle wtlh trains
for ClarktTllle, Bowling Green and I.ouIiTllte. and
at JohntODTllle with trains for Kaihrlllo.
Returning ihe connect at Cairo with iteameriaixi
train for all polnta. anlMf
QAIRO AND PADUCAH
----- - - - (M.. i . . . n
TJ llht draught paeogcr Steamer
R. T. NORTHEKN .....MaaUr,
J. 1. BEVKbLT-... . . . . Clerk.
WILasake rnnler DAILY TRirs between Cairo an4
Fadneab, iNiTing Cairo erery erenlne; (Sondar
eepteo") at Sra o'olock.
The Whit conn ecu at IVIncah with the New Orleans
and Ohio railroad, and tho Cumberland and Tennese
Far fralcht or passage applr on board, or to.
li. 1, BUCKLKY. Acent.
. laaMdtl Cairo. Illinois.
EQULAR CAIRO AND EASTPORT .
8TEAMEH A. BAKER.
Leares Cairo erory MONDAY EVENING, tnaltlnt
close connection with trains at Dnnvillo for Clarki-
Title, and fttJohnfODTllle, with traini for Najhrllle.
IrJilarjintlnntilto way hiulnen..
ACADEMY OF 'i'HE SISTEItS OP
Tlilt Inallint'nti wnn fontulptl In 1S03,
nun viinriprm ny mo miuo 01
llllnolM In la03.
Heard and Tuition. Incltidlnsbed.and Ixxldlnc.
wahlni? and Hatlnnery, per term of fire
.Mu'lo, (Unclng, fMlntint: and thu Innung, ultra.
For further information annlv to tho
MO 11 IKK BUl'EUIOK.
THE BEST and SXJUEST
THE AG 3EI S
ENDER'S CHILL CURE
CoMtatluH no Quinine nr ArsenlOi Sf!I
I Innt UiijilfiiNiuit tn flic Tlr; .sUfc, - :
I'll I III re ii Hill inko'lt wllliuul healtis-"- -.
THE ri'IlLICJAND 7
2HASY i:.UI.ET ?
After a fair trial, prnnouneo It the bent of all modi
cinn yet knovrn for tlw peily sad aertnln wo cf
FEVER nml AfiUE, or CHILLS und FEVER. J
ChllU and Keter arocauned from eertalc poion :
ezUtlnc In thn ntmo.phrrn knonn ait malaria. Il re
duces the vitality of the btood, retards tho action of '
tho different organs, nud cautes Hllllounes, Const)- '
pa'Jon, etc., and In thla way prepares tho ayatera'for
any diseasaof a moreseriounnatara which may fol
low. To arold further trouble, and rellerc yourself i
of thrtw seav.Uko ' f '
EXDER'S CHILI. CUKE.
It stimulates the organs to perform their dlrTurent
functions, and acts as un antidote to the poison which
eausiM thn Kerer and A file, and thereby rt.toros tho
system to health and tone: and a loodtonio each aa
ENDER'S STOMACH BITTERS.
Will gho strength and appetite, will destroy thai
fcelinu of weariness that clings so tenaciously to any
one'when recovering fpitn this thienso. It U highly
recommendftl for tho cure of Dyspepsia,
And for conihs.coldi, bronchitis and cnnumptlen.
It I not to be surpaied. AH A TON10 UEVEiUOK
His uaequallod, anil Is a suto proYcutlro ajtinst
Chills and Kcver If talceu regularly.
PR. F. IT. ENDKB,
HE QERMVN SCHOOL.
HOF. M. WIKSCHIXn, VRIXCIPAL.
Tlua uell-ftUbllahod liittitution lias euiered iip.n
ltd sixth yew under the mo t fitterirur aofplfes,
Tho principal, l'rof. WirshlBg. im a thorough 0tr
tnan aud tnglluli soliolar, anil an penenerd eUit.
oator. Pupils therefore on hive exrwIU.nt liMlnje.
tlon In both tho Ucniiou and English lunfmjej.
Tuition very low.
l'upila may l entered at any Hum .
repicmucr i,iow. tui
jpRINTING, OJ? ALlKINDS,
At he 0cfA r tko riulltln,