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I'UIILVI'K" "Y Jn"V 0 II Kit I. V A CO.
M II. IIIMt' !,I.. AKS'irlATB KDITOK.
MONDAY, (HTOl'.KU 11. 1 8f0.
Ijiulli'H all pralHo "IhuiotlV '
Ask for Alford'n Xx Auu I-eniedy.
Union linen 2- cents pur yard, at
Jtcllly'H. . - tf.
Don t Fhake! tiue Alforri'n X-'X Ague
Tumly I'll'o Cent,
Thin iimount will buy a bottle of Mrn.
"Whltcomb's Hyrup, tliu groat Hoothlng.
remedy for nil diseases Incident to in-
fnlits and children.
ss C'nlro Lodge No. 'Si7 A. V. A A. M.(
SAwill hold a utated communication
this (Monday) c veiling, October 11th A.
L. 6509 at 7 o'clock. Visitors fraternally
invited, Ry order of the "NV. M.
Ciias. FomtKST, Kce'y.
ri on tor Pltlinl ff.
The dead body of a man wna picked up
In tho Ohio rlvor thU morning, 'and
brought to thcidioro near the point. The
body wasdrcHBcd In tho garb of a laboring
man, and gave evidence of having been
ih the water eight or ten tUyfl. The
coroner wau called to hold an Inquent,
the result of which we have not learned
Prof. C. Robblns will arrive In Cairo on
Thursday morning and will remain du
ring the week. During his stay he will
attend to all orders for tuning orjrcpair
wig piano. He will aluo mpply parties
!t airing In purchase piano, on the best
and most advantageous terms, Leave
f rders at Ilalllday liro.i. -it.
'The Wmterti Star' Is the name of a
mall live column quarto monthly that
reaches ih from the neighboring village
t f Milr in jIIs. The htrmmer that em-
Ijcliwhn the engraved head ud vines tho y
i ul h- that thu '.Star' will he devoted to
fan.i y r. adlng," and "chwie litem
t jre." Perhaps it will. Mr. Ii. O. Joe
s the i Jr. jr ami prupritttor. Tyjmgmplf
ill.." n '-tar' 14 mii improvement upon
thu 'i.:. and 'Promulgator.'
Mr. ol irly.and probably other citizen.,
eft f t Ltisville by the two o'clock
rahilh innmlng, intending to pnrtic-1-j,eln
the great Commorclal Coivlii
' n t. V. w 'I nenille in that city, to
u it )v. In point of talent the con veil
t. M wll no doubt. surpttw any body of
:.-n that i vcr a-xemblfd in the United
states. The .Now York delegation alone
wjnld di.-!l')gulsh it, in that regard, con
fisting as it docs of Greeley, Bryant, Spy.
in sr, Oj lkf, Fillmore ami other men
f cnlt-eiie and nlmot etmal talent.
ix-Prt ioitt Fillmore arrived in Cincln.
i !Mfi by. It Is c.vpeotetl tlfat he
'.1 r-fc r'"'. the onvMition.
.Mr U; l'rank Uaiigiter has Mibmll-
ltw r H, fpectlon tlie initial numbir
f t".' ( tv Mall,' expecting, of uoisrie,
-'.n . .1 'arleey. Wjill, wo Imve ex-
' j. It Mull,' and con ft m to a !e-
f f.' .-in at the rivalry with wulvli '
. hi n. Iook here: "Any p.r-
j t,i es the 'Mall i i one yiar
I i o !!( advcrtUemf -it iitit !
, -, 'y i s befiiies any particular no
t, ' A.s the itilcrIptiot prlc In only
ii i i r year, eompetitlnn en our
j -t N ( 'it (f the question. The 'Mail' I
n tw j column, one pngeklitct, liali letter
t, r, a i I presml-t n typographical get-
I r r i v; i! J scarcely expect nt the hand
of Ikj's who never fcpent an hour iu a
j-rlntlng rlllce In their lives.
Tho oillce of tho 'Mall,' tho ptibliiher-a'-stiro
us, has been set up at "great ex
pense," to wit, Hence it will bo teeii
IT III lll CI W U
as not lu-fp-
the rtm al of Hie nmes1 nasnoi i
f i t: a partii'le!
Serf f cIiIiik!
Itetwccn Ya-hlugton avonuo nnd
Walnut street, Just above Seventeenth,
htands i pecan tree, upon which, possi
bly there are ft half dozen quarts of nuts.
So less than twenty boys devoted tho
whole day yesterday to an efl'ort to
possess themselves of that booty. Tlitro
.s nothing particularly objectionable In
this, but it is quite Impossible for that
number of boys to got togother without
(reatlng a tumult that will annoy the
whole neighborhood. Tho boysterous,
and at times profano outcries that came
from tho crowd yesterday, wore cutaln-
ly heard a full quarter of a mile.
one time nearly every limb of the
contained .its loud-mouthed boy; and
iinli n mixture of oaths. yellH and cries
as they gavo voice to, wo never before
heard in Cairo. A like disturbance will
not bo tolerated nexttsabbath.
Tlic.Vew lloHjiltitl HiiIMIuk.
Mr. James Kenneday is making very
creditable headway on the now hospital
building or St. Mary's Inllrmary. The
building Is enclosed, the floors laid, the
casings up, all ready for tho plasterers.
Indeed, tho lltting of tho windows tho
hanging of the doors and building of the
stairs, comprise the bulk of tho carpon
ter'H work that remains to bo porformed.
The building is one of tho largest In
tho elty,and Is well arranged for tho pur
pose Intended. It contains about twen
ty.flvo rooms, all of which arc large, and
The grounds embrace forty Jots, or a
full block, and are the most elevated and
beautifully hltuated in the city. The
building will bo ready for occupancy, wo
understand, about the 1st day of Do.
First class day noard at Walker & Bis
on's restaurant, at $5 per week, tf
One hundred polces now prints at Cun
ningham's, and more on tho way. at
Host .j quarter pillow slip muslin 21
cents per yard, at RelHy's. tf
MI..Wiiry'N I'nrli to be I'piirrd.
A contract has been concluded with a
responsible party for enclosing St. Mary's
park with a picket fence. The fence Is
to be Huvcn feet high, with base board
and three rails. Tho posts to be of cedar,
locust or mulberry ; tharalla and pickets
of cypress. The prlco agreed upon Is
$2350 in city bonds, running, wo believe,
one, two, thrco and four years.
IJy the act of enclosing (he park tho
control of It passes to the city. We hope
Improvement! will int stop wltii tho
foncv; but that shade trees will be plan
ted, grass seeds howii, walks and drives
laid out, and seats and arbors constr
. ' .... . . - .
ted. All these will involve but a.trTJng
outlay at most not over a thouswfu dol
lars. Thus Improved and orjuincnted
this fall, next year It will ba pleasant
place of resort.
IfftciM sicctins '
emu. inv.cvt. whH. I
Special meeting of the Select Council I
held for tho purpose of considering tho
propriety of sending delegates to Commer
clal Convention to bu held at Louisville,
Ky'., commencing on the 12th iiihtnnt.
Present Ills Honor the Mayor and
Cotincltmcn Hnarden, Williamson and
The following resolution (adopted by
the Hoard of Al lermen) was rrad and on
motion adopted :
Resolved, That the Mayor be authoriz
ed to appoint delegates to the Louisville
Resolved, etc., That the City of Cairo
Ahull pay, all nccciukry expenses of the
delegates who may be appointed to rep
resent the City "f Cairo at the Louisville
Commercial Con volition.
City Clerk, jtro (em.
Tho ever changing seasons have again I
introducedjis to the idiliul toiut of null-
i'jrj year, fall and wintsr dreis goods
which are rnorfgny thlfeaon tlian ever.
Cuiiulngjiam who i- now ,in Xew
Y)rk"iurehalng a inapiuiotli i-tock of dry
gouds, boots, shoe.-, ir.it.-, CA, 'c, fur
his rhole.nlu and reiali tr.tde, is de
tetinliiLMl to make Ills toro the head
quarU-rs for fashlonatjlo dre.-sgood, and
i. therefore buying everything that is
fashionable or uuiquolu the dry good
linn He I already forwarding his up
plies, aud'hls show Vlndows exhibit a
brilliant array of Scotcli plahU, sliiuvl.-,
Ac. lit proposes to fell more dry goods
thU fall than has ever bten aold in this
market, notwithstanding tho dull ttmes.
How can lie ifothW, will be the interroga
tory which will naturally follow this dec
laration? He can doit, by exhibiting
Mich an nxturtmeiit of drcs goods as is
ti.uallv louml In Inrire cities, tlius nre-
. . " , , , 1
vontiuir tae necesuy ir tuiing away j
lor wnai can no; oc i.uimi iiere: iy ,
making his prices an low u the mime
itiudi cau t bought anywhere In tho
l:.!id, tlitrehy jdacltig iledrable dre.
K ..id wahin the reach of all. He is
irt4r, tliat the Hnie are very hard, 1 :.t
lU.vi U Ike tiuitt that the mot etibrts
kl.uuld be made,' as hi large Inert
log tradcAVlll prove, JIo intends to have
h grand opening when all his goods shall
h.v.o arrived, at which the fa-liioit and
U-auiy of our city will be present. Duo
notice will be given of It. In'the mean
time go and ee the new goods which are
now arriving; everybody trill be politely
waited uK)ii, and will be shown through
the stock, for they takuprldo In showing
their goods at Cunninghams.
Tim Wlcltftlriit Tow la Indian.
The Kvansvilie 'Courier' referring to
the Insults to which Harry M'Carthy was
recently subjected, at Henderson Ky.,
'tat;6s occasion to ythat "such ctmduct,
must not bo tolerated? or Henderson will
toon achlevo a notoriety for rowdyism
not socoinl to that of Cairo, Illinois.''
Tho cool inipudenco of this assertion Is
without n parallel. Thero Is not n point
on tho Ohio river where rowdyism, theft,
and bloodshed, hold such high carnival
as at Kvniuyllle, and for proof of this wo
need refer only to the columns of her
dally papers. For every "plain drunk '
lu Cairo, Kvansvilie can produce u riot ;
for every light at tWIculls hero, that city
caiikhow a uurder. About the flrntthlug
that "strikes" the stranger, on his arri
val In Kvansvilie, is a robber after his
pocket-book. Why, tho very issue of tho
'Courier' that contains the ridiculous
fling at Cairo, refers to more rowdyism
and bloodshed (tho birth of a single night,
too,) than has marred tho quiet of this
community, In u whole mouth. Thero
were thrco cases of drunkenness before
tho recorder's court; a case of falso Im
prisonment put on trial; tho night pre
vious was made hideous by tho demoni
acal yells of Intoxicated mon; a (lend, in
human shape attempted to take tho life
of a mother and her child, during tho
absenco of the husband, and was foiled
in his bloody purpose only by tho appear
ance of neighbors who had been aroused
by the outcries of tho Imperilled woman I
All this, at a time of unusual quiet In
Kvansvilie, iu a single day I Yut "Hon
derson must bo careful lest she achieve a
notorloty for rowdyism scarcely secoud to
that of Cairo!' If Henderson over
achlevo a notorlotyj for crimo second to
that of Kvansvilie, God help her! bho
,vlll deserve a deeper Dead Sea than that
which rests over Sodom.
Irlbh linen, hulling at 135, now $1 15
Irish linen sold at 51, now 75 cents: and
good Irish Jlnen utGOcen's, at Roilly'fl
"Burrelt's" superb hair restorative.
i2mler's Chill Curo Never Kails.
Jt contains no quinino noraryenic.. Al
ford'a x-'X Ague Remedy.
iliitliMss IIoutfi liirlli'iil,
That eligibly situated business hotiso
No. 8 Thornton's block, Tenth street, Is
, for rent. Apply on tho premises.
Particular attention Is directed to the
advertisement of book for he million
Mar riayc Guide n another column. It
should bo read by all.
Nerlona Accident to C(iit. John lV.Trnri-r.
NYliUtrlTt the docks yesterday, Inspect-
iiiuihe progress of repairs upon tho
earner A. Uakcr, of which he Is captain
and owner, Mr. John Vv. Trover, met
with an nccldeut which, it is feured, will
render htm u cripple for life. He, in
company with other gentlemen, was In a
Hat, which it was desirable to sink, and
in some manner, which wo arc unablo
to explain, his log caught between the
gunwale of the Hat and a cross beam of
the docks. Tho flesh was much bruised
aim lorn, aim ine uonesoi uie atiKio moru(
or less broken. Hucli, at least, Is tlielnror
matlon that reached us yesterday. The
wounded limb was dressed by aphjalclau
and the Captain made as comfortable as
ho could be made under the circum
stances. We hope the Injuries sustained
are not as serious as reported, and do not
extend beyond mere flesh wound. In
tiiatovent Mr. T. would be able to resume
business In a couple of weeks. If, how
ever, the boues of his leg are ctur.hod,
as stated, the healing process will bo
slow, requiring many weeks confine
ment. Itfliiriird I'rotn .lollrf,
Young Tom Crofton, committed to the
penitentiary last March, for larceny, be
come a subject of executive clemency,
and Is again at home. Many of our best
; citizen yielded to the Importunities of
j the distressed mother and Mgnod a peiit
jion fi.r the boy's pardon. Others t-lgneri'
' It because thov believed him not wholly
depraved, and already sulllclently pun-
In the caso of this young man wesee
the fruits of running upon the streets nf
tr nlx'ht fall. Unrestrained in thU par
ticular, he formed the acquaintance of
bad, vicious boys, in time became "hail
fellow M'ell met'' with the woritof them,
and Anally brought uplutho iicnitenti
ary. Ye hope that his experience will
prove a warning to him, and that in the
future he will shun the company of the
younifvlllhius In our olty,.who are .train
ing for the penitentiary and probably
for the gallows. If ho will do this; and
domcan himself as an honest and indus
trious youtig man, ho will noon outlive
the disgrace ha brought upon himself,
and gain a respectable btaiullng. If,
however, heresutues.hls old nMocIatlon,
he will Jhbw himself undeserving of tho
clemency lie has received; and, In the
future when he oH'endi, he will lu com-
pftUe1 ,0 vutlun lhe fuI1 peuaty
law, b It ever so severe.
.Vlcinlvr ton iiiy TcucJicr' lHlltmc.
A UMlon or lite nuovo liameu nisiuuu
wUlle held at Thobes, commencing IlW-lmVB Uwi ,,,,,, by P. Saup 12
Thur,4biy, October, 2lst., 1S60, at one Commt.roittl aveliue. Thetock Is unsur
o'clock p. m., and continuing two days, I unww, j Ute cJty
until Saturday noon, October 23 J. j Also Rbout .XM bi assorto(, Xew Yoik
The programme will embrace exercises , ettt(4,le4 juSlrecelved-ii sjilendi.l lot and
In nil the branches required by law to bo I for bJli0 0Iieap. -taught
In the public school, to-wit: or- Dro j tuI(i''look at the JSOmaMchuajn
ihmtitiii.liii I. iKilluli .1 ii,lllir IkAtlll ItlHII. 1 4
iui,.,.IJIiii.B,., .f.......h, ,.v
ship, arithmethic, Knglish grammar,
modorn geography, and tho history of
tho United States; with unisle and es
says, discussions nnd addresses on edu
cational subjects, iutosperscd.
Teachers and school directors will tako
notlco that "no reduction of pay of loss
of tlmo will be Incurred by tho feachers
attending" this Institute; nnd the
teachers fr m every school district In the
oouuty, outside of Cairo, (which excep
tion Is made because an institute will be
held there somutimo during tho Fall or
Wlnterl urn nvnootod lo tin undent ami
Inlro nnrt In (tin t.vttrnU.w Tlift school
taae pari in mo exercises, ine smoui
directors of every district should nyuOc
incir learners 10 aucuii, since n is io wieir i nig urisKiy. All tno souincrn ireigui re
Interest to have competent teachers; and j celved now-goes forwnrd promptly,
no better opportunity for testing their SSJj?
competence will bo nflorded than tho i . r M'0j(l Abe, f0r reshlpmeiit nortli
exrcies of this instltuto; and tho conn- .M,r j, (j. R. Jt. That road isdolnsa gpoJ
ty supeilntendent pledges himself to re- j business In other freights at this city.
voke tho certificate of any teacher whoso jyjyasaa.-- -- - - - .
Incompetency Is made apparant. ii Yntt warn
llll WI1I'I.IVM.J I lnl.,.. . I ,,.,.,..... I. .Il. ..f 11., I.... If. if. 1,..
Not knowing who at present compose
tho executive committee of tho Alexan
der county Teachers' Institute, tho coun
ty superintendent has takeu this method
of complying with the school law which
makes it his duty to encourage tno ror
matlou of teachers' institutes.
All friends of education aro cordially
County Superintendent of Schools.
Good towels, all linen, 20 cents, each,
at Rellly's. tf
Smith's Tonic Syrup has been countor
felted, and tho counterfeiter, brought to
grief. SMITH'S TONIC S VRUP.
Tho gonulne article must have Dr.
John Rlm.i.'s private stamp on each bot
tle. Dr. John Rim. only has tho right
to manufacture and sell tho original
John J. Smith's TONIC SYRUP, of
Loulsvlllo, Ky. Kxainluo well the labsl
on each bottle. If my private stamp Is
not on tho bottle, do not purchase, or you
will be deceived. Seo my column adver
tisement, and my showcard. I will pros
ecute any ono Infringing on my right.
Tho gtnuine Smith's Tonio SYUfi- crn
only bo prepared by myself.
The rttbllo servent.
Dr. John Uvhh,
Louisville, Ky., Oct. 2 1SCS.
"JhureltV keep the hair In place.
Hitters! "Tno best
Good all linen shirt boioms
per dozen at Rellly's.
St w Id .(iiiii'.ittl.
1'. Saup has opened a restaurant at 102
commercial avenue, near Flxth street,
and in calling public attention to It
deslrcn to say that It will bo conducted
In a manner that will at once commend
It to the patronage of the respectable
portion of tho community. The rooms
are handsomely carpeted, furnished in
excellent style, whero guests will bo en
tirely secure from Intrusion. The best of
everything, including oysters in all
tttylcs, game, llsli and all tho substantial
edibles will bo served in llrst class style,
to order. Tho patronage of gentlemen
and ladles, and families is sollalted, tho
proprietor guaranteeing courteous atten
tion and good fare. octGdlm
It Ct'ltKsAe Chills.Alford's :
Linen sheeting 12 quarters wide, SI 75
cents per yard, at Rellly's. tf
I)onlej' rtnldni; I'ontlrr
Htands uucqtialcd for making light,
henlthy and nutritious rolls, biscuits,
griddle cakes, kc. The ingredients used
in the manufacture of this powder are
not only chemically pure, but so propor
tioned that the results produced are the
same each time. Tn this respect it
possesses superiority over all others in
the market. Only two teaspooiifuls are
required for a quart of flour. For sale by
grocers generally. Use Dooley's baking
1'll.Vlnv I'nyei", '1'iilif Xotlco.
On Friday the IGtli Instant, I shall
commence preparing for publication a
Ul of all the town lots ami parts of lots,
in the city of Cairo, upon which the taxes
for the present year remain unpaid. I
gtvo this notice tlmt all who fell sw dis
posed may save costs by making pay
ment before the lists are placed In the
hands of the printer.
oet. 8. St City Treasurer and Collector.
"Riirretl's" a Mibstituto lor wlgn.
Ue Knder's Chfl Cure. "It never
Gemma Alsltt Sclinol.
Gentlemen desirous of obtaiuiugkuow
ledge of tho German language, can se
cured scholarship in the night clas now
forming under the direction of Prof.
Wlrschlng, principal of tho German
Parties desiring Instruction will please
make Immodlato application to tho Pro
fessor at his reMdonce .on Fourteenth
treet, between Vahlngtqn Avenue and
Walnut trest. octfl'Otd.
Cotton cards '0
ToIiritii, ('(inrertlutis. V.li.,
A bplendid and varie l stock of chew
ing, smoking tobaccos, cigar, merchaum
brier-root and other kinds of pipe, wlt,
overvthlnw ulin. umihIIv kent bv tobac-
f.litA fl.rtf tn 1a .ftf!1ni1 ii(l. ni.tft-lln-
Tho Mississippi continues rising, from
Cairo to Keokuk, with two feet In tho
channel to St. Louis. Tho Missouri is
falling, with only u moderate stago of
Tho Ohio is falling, at Pittsburg witli
four feet in tho channel, and falling at
Louisville, with five feet In tho canal.
Hero the river has risen twelve inches
since Saturday noon, but seems to bo
nearly stationary to-day.
'the weatiier was clear ami pleasant
' VCf-ter day, but N cloudy to-da V
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iuiiiens .iiiiuuuet ijuuii. j'liivun
c)..,n,11 1,,,,,.,,,.!...,,! ,.. .i,,,.,,,!.,,! .inil
our Just rtfp0rt, nnd freight has been inov-
Morutirc ever i M'lt"r rrotormi; gr.ij hair to iIb ori
iiul i-olor, fruil Uerut fur n J'ackf.
! Nl,'e VlntTatti, IIltl.y(imii,n.Ufwiti.r.Hili
'of tuiikwh lcxtiukiob. rricr,
II Tun IVlillt
A i-urouure fur JI' AJ.ilif, Catarrh, IVnfnfic, or I'tu
tiuj in tho car, ri l fur our STKUNLTATOltr
I'riu 6 Cf nil.
uHithe roflh iW com )Hit'iajl on rittlpt
A'lJrtix Jotrpli K, I.'H-lur, 131 Market i-trrct, St,
I.oiik, Uo. pi'in I)dn-
A Hitre Collection. Itowlitmra IterrliiU.
)UkIc Atla, liiiooierif.'., oto,, QOinprittng IukII
inferinntiuti fur iveryboUy. Sent by mat), (fret f
Ad.lrmlt. K. NORMANtr,Hl Murket Hrftri,
l.oiilt, to. e.7iliHly
Dmki-'-i Colli ctlon
Of nwirly one hiiniln-l rf. eijif fur nmklns I'Mmljr j
xll kitnh ol Wine, din, Ale, lleor, ConllnU, Hiinerir
( iJer, mi'lmu. li ollieriifful mfurinatlim for lli?
ilrnhnj liier mimuf.,, iiirmu imy of tho' nUive, vttlier
Suit by mill, froo of pa"1'"! ,,r K''iit. AiMr4
It. K. NOltMAN'I'V, Wl Murlsut trt't't, St. I.oul, Mo,
New JlmiinKe Huldf. 9
AX ISAV roil VOlG MKN, on l'li)t.lolojlml
J'rriHn, .Y'otienainl I1 enc. iiii'iilc nt to Vmtli kml
KnrlyMHiiliuod, which roato impeJliuoiiU toMAjt
KlAUt,Hiligrc niwiisiof rclitf. KentiiiDvalcd let
ter enelojisi, fiva of clurgo. Aililro, Vt, fi. BKlt.
I.1N JIOUOHTO.V, Hovvtml Aooiilion, riilliulel-
pOR K AST PORT AND WATERLOO
iti:(;ui,Aii tii t'lisn.vv I'.icjn-rr.
,S4?:C T. u. Kvma.v, Milliter, w. K. i;
Cli;rk, will lenrv for the aboteuM lt lttrn
TKNM.-i: IIIVKH, kVphV TMITW1MV F. U.'..
Tim Alphn (oiineeli clotwlji nt KhitiM with t'
for.l'UrkTilh , linwIInK Cil 'i) i.ii.l l.nuiir.l.' ,
nt .tn!motiril!i rlth truliit for NMhrillt.
Hot urtiintf h i iinnccle t Otiro vtiih tin i
trnlm for nil ."inlp. si1":
QAIItl) AND PADUCATI
Tho l.gl.i dranght immtenyer f-lcnmor
It. T. NOIITIIKKN Mi t.-r,
J. '. 11EVKHI.V clerk,
Wll. mnkf ropul-T l.VII.VTItirshrtyeinClro(iii.l
I'a'luenli, lenvine (Iro every denlng tindnyi ex
ccptcil) nt five 'i locik.
Till Whlt fomiprtu t I'mlncnh vrtl' tlif Nfi ' - '
Kml Ohio rmlroitd, nml th Citriiberlattrl iinil Trtitv - m
'tr freight or natmige ntiiilv on losr'l, or lo
Jr. J. iitrciti.Br, Ajfnt,
Innt5.lt! Onlro. Illinom.
KGULAR CAIRO AND KASTPORT
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