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siVki) Iiy john ii. onni.Y co.
n. HAHRKLL, AfiBOCIATK ZDITOK.
:sdat, NOVE&inito 2, iee.
i sheeting 12 quarters wlclo,fl7G
jryard, atRclIJy'B. tf
utura Bltter'H, W. H. Scliutter.
jnt, Cairo, Illinois oc 25 2m
towels, nil llncn,;20 cent, each,
eaUBBOrtmontof strictly fashlon-i
ta ever opeucJ la Cairo, have
n received by Miller'. Miller, tf
in this tnarkeC is In improved
J, principally on orders, -nd tti
all last night' for the benefit i$f
maiiflcbool was notas vrcll at
as i.Bhould liae;beD,OBlya Um
en and ladies of other oatlalitUa
ially'fashionablc clothing go to
ind Miller's. tf
ews, In his 'Prlco Current,' pub.
o.day, says: "Buslne.' has been
iteiy brisk since our last eml-
review, witbout any material
s In quotations."
clans day board at Walker A Ola
itaurant, at $5 per week. tf
Joard of Aldermen adjourned last
Itliout transacting any buulucss.
tan CJIbson raised "tho point of
that a quorum wan not present,
umblo ofoplnlon ensued, during
giving of which the board ad-
rj quarter pillow hllp muslin 24
or yard, nt Itellly's. tf
kfglvlngday Is near at hand. The
Ives are preparing to spread tooth.
Ilnners, and the divines to tell us
'ully weighed sentences, eloquent
lerwlse, for what wo are expected
m, the druggist, one door from
nar of Eighth street, oa Com
Avenue, has a line htock of
nd fanoy goods on haud. He is a
going buslnesi man, well up In
lines and Is entitled to a liberal
Mathewk' I'rico Current' was
to-day with a largely increased
ptlon list. The announcement of
inuance, mado in tho 'Bulletin'
ek, awakened our merchants to a
relation of the necessity existing
tlnuance ofthe publication of
Currsat,' and they came for
romptly to glvo tho aid .demand
oysters, game, etc., can always
red at Walker fc Kisson's restau
Nov 2 tf
Major has been supplied with
Icent gilt horns, to be presented
Ire company of tho city that can
water farthest with its little
te. The contest, wo believe, will
feature of next Saturday, and the
'the trial 2 o'clock. Publication
irogramme will be made to-mor-theho
Eiider'n Chill Guru. "It never
n Teat (gating committee appoint
he city council, so long ago that
mory of man runs nottotheoon
are still at work. The investiga
oyoa an elephant, which the com
cannot sell or give away. The
if reckless carelessness, not to say
.Ion, In which tho committee are
j, contains many matters, whioh
tonlsh tlfo good people of tho city,
hey shall hnvo beou brought to
fnco nnd exposed to tho public
If tho committee could work a lit
er nobody would, wo believe, com
3r'sHtomnch Hitters! "Tlio best
melancholy days arc come, tho
tof tho year, nnd soon tho citizens
sh for etovei from far and near;
iuii for heaters thus they dusb,
them go, nnd novcr stop, until
itch, near market house, A. Hnl
oro nnd Jobbing shop. Ho soils
vusntsuch low prlcos, competitors
n swear, whllo day by day his
Incroases. and everybody rushes
to get tho bargains that ho ofXer,
us save money for tholr coffers,
ashlngton avonue, ICO, A. Halley
hli banner fair, and roofing, gut
steamboat work, doos lusubstau
muor thero. Glvo him n call, ono
in linen 25 cents por ynrd, at
Hibernian fire company has been
nlod,',and is now ready and aux
for notlve sorvlce. Tho roll of
ershlp shows fifty names, and tho
ny nt all times can now rely upou
vices of about forty etTootlve men.
lg onglno" has had now pnoklng
i, hor pumps overhauled am! in
other ways repaired. Tho "llttlo
has also been overhauled,
Hibernians oxprcs thomselves
a great deal of confidence, and
tholr nbllty to take tho lioniB in
ralr contest with tho Roughs or
Captain MoIInlo is enthusiastic
ollbrts to mako his company first
uidwqliavo llttlo doiibtwlll sue
The city jail has only one occupant, at
present a colored woman.
Mr. Robert Brlback has opened a new
meat shop on Washington avenue, op
posite, the court house,
Alderman Kennedy is the father of a
boy two days eld, and, ex-Alderman
Burke the happy parent of a girl, aged
Alderman. Gibson is organizing a
campaign against the wh'arfboata. He
proposes to introduce an ordinance to
drive them from the city.
7A"spleudid, full Jewelled gold watch
TfjIJbo ra,frtedvfortt -Gibson's corner,
rday evening, at half past 8 o'clock.
ebJ, $1 00.
r Calfol Lodge No.' 237 A. b A A. M.,
' i - . i v1.v m . : . i
Hnueu mo luuerut oi xiv rr. istyiorauu
George W. Hagey to-day. A lodge of
sorrow was convened at 2 o'clock.
'The Mississippi Valley Transportation
Company have changed their head
quarters from fit, Loujs ;toxCalr9,sn4:
' t. . w.'i t . ... . I I 1 M . I. '
uave urougui ineir wnariooat 10 mis
i - - -
There Is a time Just here the snow be
gins to pave Did Winter'!. way, that As
tumb, In a revery lost, the mellow day
time dreams away Indian .summor.
That time is now; and what delicious
weather wo are having!
"Tho election is passing off very quietly.
Nobody is excited. All la calm and
serene. Tho Republicans 'hava made
little ellbrt publicly, ind tlfo bojtcra ;
that dcsplcablo and miserable faction of
tho Democratic party have been more
clamorous than effective.
The managers of the Orphan Asylum
will meet at the House, to-morrow
(Wednesday) at 2 o'cleck p. an. A full
attendance Is urgently requested, as
business of Importance requires attention.
Mr John Bheehan, street supervisor,
haii gone to Arkansas to ibrmanlze
on ono of the railroads being construct
ed in that stale. MrSheehan was one of
the best officers Cairo oyer had. He col
lected more money fur street tax than
was ever before collated by any of his
The African Methodist .Episcopal
Church are making great efforts to pro
cure money to build a new house of
worship. Agents are canvassing the
county, and the aid of frindn.eUowhero
is being solicited. It is. tho Intention of
of the church to construct n building that
will be comfortable nnd a credit to the
coloied peoplo of the city.
Walker & HI mod's Billiard Hall and
Restaurant Is the conter of attraction for
straugers and others who would strength
on the Inner man with fresh oysters,
stewed, raw, roamed or rrieu; quail on
toast, venison, nh or any other luxuri
ous or substantial edible; or pass an hour
with tho "oue" lu the .largest and best
billiard hall In the city. tf
JOIHT SESSION OP THE CITY COUXCIL.
Calro, lUlcoli, October th. IM.
Present Councllmen Barclay, Jorge n
fen, Rearden and Williamson, and Al
dermen Brankle, Gibson, Hendricks,
Kennedy, Lohr,Lonergan, Mendell 11.
The Mayor, being absent Councilman
Rcardeu was appointed ohalrraan ,
The Commltteo on Ordinances to whom
was referred a resolution In relation to
an Increase ofthe present City Jailor's
wages, for superintending the
prisoners in the City .Jail, while laboring
on the streets and avenues of the city,
reported that they had prepared an or
dlnanco In conformity to said resolution. J
On motion the roport was received
nnd the ordlnauoe laid .over ortha ac
tion of Board of Aldermen.
Tho committee on ordinances roported
In favor of amending tho ordinances In
reference to tho sale of meat outsldo tho
market, nnd in opposition to any further
Improvements on tho market house,
ltecolvcd and ordered on file.
Cairo Ilia., OctoUr -7Ui. 1&C9.
Totlio Hon.MAyoruirt City Council of Clro in
Tho undersigned employes of city, on
sldo wnlks, would respectfully petition
your lionornblo body to, Increase- our
wngpH Hnveiity-flvo cents per day, viz': to
four 26-100 tlollurs per day for .foreman,
and. three fiO-100 dollars for laborer, as
you r.ro all doubtless aware that our prcsy
out wacos will not support our fumflles: -
The advance to date Irom first InstantT
SfSlgnaturcs: N. A. Devore, H'S.
Williamson, Thomas Fitzgerald, Rldhard
J McUlnmis, Thos. Naughton. Thomas
Your undersigned cosnrnttee on
streots, would respectfully Vcommend
the above-named Increase of seventy-five
cents per day to. foremon and laborers
on side walks, as petitioned for above.
Signatures: John P. Gibson, Joseph
Mendel, Tim. O'Callahan, James Hon
nody, commltteo on streets. '
Aldormnh Gibson, moved to grant tho
prayer of tho petitioners. Councilman
Jorgonsou, movod to amend tho motion
of Alderman Gibson, by referring the
petition to tho Ordlnauco Committee,
with iuBtruotlona to draft an ordinance
embodying the view of tho petitioners.
Amendment, accopted. Tho motion, as
araendod, was put j nnd upon n call or
tho ayeB and nays, was declared lost,
Alderman Gibson, then Insisted upon
his motion, as originally, mado to grant
the pruyor of tho petltlou, which motion
was upon ivcall of pie Ayes upd nays,
carried. Ailjourned. N
1 " , JNO.,Bit6w.x,
, Oity Clerif j)ro (cm.
Raw Mill far Rale.
A double circular Haw; Mill, also ono
sett of corn burrs, lath machine, five
yoke of oxen, three log wagons, with
chains, all in complete order.
For further particulars apply to Wm-
F. Pitcher, Cairo, or to J. F. Stiver, at
the Mill, Mounds Junction, Fulaskt.Co,,
nov 2 2w
Ta Oar Rai.ll nitrons.
On and after November 1st no goods
will bo permitted to leayo the store for
trial. Every convenience nnd facility
will be furnished for trying iocb in the
store,thereby providing against mistakes
which frequently occur where goods are
taken out and returned: and .cortalnly
insuring to customers equal it not grea
This rule will, be rigidly adhered to.
oc 2U-31. Elliott, Haytiiobn ACo.
. , ... i u j
Mr. Wlckwlre has retired from tho
firm of Wlckwlre Davidson, tobacco
factors, and has been, succeeded ,by dir.
J. F. Blake. The business will be here
after conduoted under tho flim name
of J. F. Blake A Co.'l Messrs. Blake 4
Co. will pay tho highest market price for
tobacco In bulk, furnish hogsheads and
prize tobacco in a satisfactory stylo and
on moderate terms. We wish the nnw
"Don't, wish for better...7 "Belter
than'iny other we have usoii." 'I.lko It
much." ."Cant speak toq, lijghly of It."
"There can bo no fault foand w!th It."
"Can testify to Its superiority." "Don't
use any other." These arc4.a fow quo
tations from the hundreds of testimonials
'In favor of Dooley s Baking Powder,
which is the only chemically pure,
harmlcsi, healthy and nutritious article
of tho kind In market. For sale by
The following tribute of a gruteful
heart was sent us on Sunday evening,
butdld not reach us until to-day. Dr.
Innls was formerly a resident of Cairo:
CrI-o, Oot. 3Jit, Hi.
Edt. JiulUtim-WWX you, through the
columns of your paperreturn thanks for
roe as one of the saved from,the Ill-fated
Stonewall, to the citizens of Neeley's
Landing and Capo Girardeau, for the
great kindness stiown mc tnrougu my
Uotl never made, or let lire, better or
truer men and women than are to he
found there. God bless them all, Is the
wish of your friend. Dr. H. B. In.nis.
It contains no quinine norarenlc
ford's x-X Ague Remedy.
According the United Htatcs ceasus
there are 6,000,000 dogs, known respee
tlvely as Tray, Blanche, Sweetheart, Ac.
One of our contemporaries in Philadel
phla recommends earnestly that every
ono of these, creatures should be taxed:
Were a stringent tax Imposed on every
keep only such as were valuablo for some
reasons. Grayhounda, bunting hounds.
Newfoundlands, watch, dogs, and peta
would rise in value and estimation.
Were the five millions of worthless dogs
sacrificed at once It would be to the ad
vantage of the remaining good stock.
They coold to more easily Kent, and the
blood and inheritable qualities trans
We hope that the thousand and ono
poodles la Cairo will not beoverlooked
by the revenue collator when the pro
posed law la enforced. A moderate as
sessment on each, as suggested abovr-,
would Improve the stock.
The city charges a butcher, who sells
meat outside tho market house, f 200 n
year, and n man who sells liquor only
$100. Meat is a prime necessity of life;
liquor is n luxury.' Tho poor man can do
Without liquor, and should ; but ho must
eat meat; and, since every tax enters In
to and becomes part of tho prlco of the
commodity taxod, it will bo fieen that
wo arc charging tho meat-enters of tho
city a tax twico as largo as that Imposod
upon tho liquor drinkers Now, we do
not suy (100 Is too small a license for
saloons, but wo do say it is n shamo to
charge the retailer of meat twice as
much ns wo do tho saloon keeper. The
men who sell to us our calico, muslin,
shoos, nnd clothes pay $1 0 cacti, but the
men who sell to us our meat pay $200
each. Wo nro surely not wlao unto our
own interest or else wo would not looso
uny time in reforming this nbuso of the,
power of taxation.
Ika ITammtlt. C'olUDibut: WiiiWhlta. I'adurah.
Oily pf Cairo, Meraphl"; Peytona, , N Oi
llobt Moore. do Virginia, ' ' do
Lumtniry, Vicki. Kato Itoblnion, C:n.
Ike Hummitt, Colurnbut; Wm White, Taducaki
Veyton. Cln City of Cairo, St I.oulsj
JiuV.t Moore. do Virginia, do
A rukcr. Kktporl; Knto Robiruon, do
Alpha, MemphU; Luminary, do
it O --
Tho weathor h ngnln olenr as regards
clouds, but the hazo of Indian summor
porraeatoi tho atmosphere. " The tem.
peraturo is very pleasant. "
Tho rlyer has fallen sIk inches sluco
Business continues good. Almost
very boat which arrlvos brings produce
and assorted freight for roshlpmont
South, cotton nnd Southern products for
reshipmont North anil East, or el so re
ceives those article, (excopt cotton, which
goes by rail,) to convoy them to 8t.rouLi
or points South of Cairo.
Tho Paducnh packet, Wm. White, will
this evening extend her trip to Smith
ton,i to convoy tho renintns of Mr. Geo.
Ay.llagoy nnd Mr. Henry Taylor to that
town, for burial. On Saturday last Mr.
Taylor, thou In apparent robust health,
called to hoc his old friend Mr. Hngoy,
7o had long boon lingering in tho last
stance of consumption, Mr. Hugcy out
lived him twenty four hours, and their
remains now proceed together to the
grave. What a lesson for the living!
Capt. A. B. Evans, who has tho matter
in'charge, is now probably at work place'
Jng in position at Grand Chain, 20 miles
Above Cairo, on the Ohio, the lamps pro
vided bythe Louisville pilots association,
and Intended to serve as beacons to srulde
steamers through that difficult and dan
gerous pass at night.
Capt. Washington, of the Bubmarlne
No. 13, telegraphs from Memphis to 8t.
Louis that when he passed the Stonewall
alio was almost entirely destroyed, no
person, to bo seen onshore or in the
water, and no hail given him for assist
ance. Ho therefore supposed, he
says, that all had been"ptaved
or lost before his arrival.
Ho says ho saw no person la the river,
and did not even know; what boat it, was,
whose wreck he saw burning. 1
Tho Belle St. Louis, Capt. Zoiglcr, la
(he regular packet for Memphis tula'
evening. Capt. Chas. T. Hlnde istier
The City of Alton, Is due hero for New
HuKlnrsn Holme for Heat.
That eligibly situated, business house
No. SThorntbn's block, Tenth" street, ii
for rent. Apply on tho premises.
Gentlemen's collars Uio Albany make
unexcelled In style and general get up.
An immense Htock at Miller and Miller's,
See ndvd-tlsemeutofDr. Butts' Dispen
sary, headed, .Book for tho million
MAiutiAOK auiDK in anuother col
umn. It should bo read by ail.
If Mothers would give Mrs. Whltoomb'a
Syrup to their children when sick, 'mor
tality would bo leus among them. It costs
only 25 cents.
Tho dry goods establishment of Mr.
Louis Blum, has been removed from his
old stand to tho building next doo.-to the
corner of Commercial Avouuo andElghth
street, formerly occupied by Mr. M. Hu
len. Will bo opened Saturday morning,
the 30th Inst. oo 28 d Ot
mi-lit MM r-Miir
IS THE BEST FOB FAMILY USE.
Will Sllicb, Ilrm, rail, Track. Cr4.
Bind, Braid, Quilt INaikralSlar
nrttatimilr. It w'l'. w',h ,hn nUfSTn-nlleand
thread, run from Mrfact work on tha flnc-t Nlnook,
OTfrthabraTk't bearer cloth and cowhid. with NO
ilnnii af nllr. thread ar tnlon. It will uaa
coane cotton, linen, ailk and twin. It rana taaler
ranter and itUler than any othr machine. It forma a
flat, arm and rltitle am,rtlfl-r1nfram oUirr
. t i ifi aai V m rtn ft V - - S
rutcn, tacn loop aeinit i" mvmuM i ,
TIIK "aOTATISO HOOK,"
and drawing the twlit Into tha sooaa. thua aaaurrly
r-junlng Trry mien, o mat int team win Dear 10 vn
cut at frequent Int-rtnli. and In that ca errn, toa
earn I. warranw., mi wnpm wear, yuui
all circumstance to "rurrlre thewaahtuu." Old,
worn out family svmentr bntomt, panir, ilreme.
At,, hare been anTimlitwl to Committee at VAISUI
where was the GREATraT COMhKTITION, and to
thla stllcb premlumr hare been awarded for (ta
aprlarlly, Darablllty, Llruttlelly and
A j.ati'nted derlee prerentu tha ponlbllity of the
machine- belnr. run In the arong direction, or the
baUtKt wheel ever wcarlnr, or touching the dren.
TUB NKKDLB CANNOT IIB SET WRONG.
Ttmi Toid.ng the great trouble of other machine.
NO nttEAKINO OK NEEDLES,
The blade of tliu needle Ii Iran than three.faSrthi
ef an Ineh lotu. and l tralL'ht.
THE I1KMMKKA.NO PKI.LKK CAN NKYKR UK 8BT
Anyone may adjtlit them IN THE DARK, The
hem may 1 of any width. No other hemmer or fal
ter U like thli. It ttirnt the hem on the rlhl or un.
der nidt. aa you want It.
It not drop Nlltclies, aa the ueedln li
aln-ayn ret rii;ht, the Mmio ahortanditralgbt, doe
not vibrate, like longer one. Tbay are
MANUKACTl KKO WITH MATI1KMATICAI, PHK-
CISION. . .. j.
Hence, each part li interchangeable and can be readi
lyrenloced In cue of accident. It will lt a fenera
tion, If properly oared for. None who h uted it
ran (e pervnadod In use any other.
Tho roupdncM, evenneit, durability aad beauty of
WKKB NKVEU KQCAI.ED.
It nl'lllTV, AIWOLUTE'STILLNESS. (KAHK
OK MOTION, uarrowcets and neatnem of IUHEU
utul H:LL Mtro never iipiu oachtd by any other
Th PR KM unirerally rronounte thla tha HKST
VtMII.V SKWl.Nd MACHINE IN THE WOULD.
NVhfttrTrr the men.' of the other machine. It U no
ilifpArngement to vay the Wdcox A (libbi I worth,
for f.imHy m. iloublo that of any other erer odered
! to the pull;e.
It reeeiven ine mu Tiftini 01 nn American in
atitutc tiio Kiiur riiEMiuM for
"THE BEST SEWINQ MAC111NK,"
at lh Rrent New Enulaml Pair Jha Vermont Stale
Pair tho lVnnlanin btJto Pair Ike fnillana.'1tnt
Pair thWli!onm Slate Pair the Michigan Plato
Pair the Iwa Mute hair ami ai over oo county
Pairs throiithout tne Wct mak ins more Pir.tPrein.
iuma Ihsn were taken by all other ."''Ing Ma -hlnci
lo-rtbtT in thoam time.
It Is how tliet.'iTut LfntHns- Fniully Souliifr
i .Ml. OVER THE WOKLP.
We take other iiiK'tiinea In exchange. TVe soli
od.t'uHus. Sit. T'wurond Nkkdii; for oicryUiud
of s. rtiDiJ M.icliine.
Aironts AVanlerf Terms to Agent-, doicriptlrn
clrouhr Mid upecimensof work, ent free by mail, on
receipt uf stump, or lud of
COltNKI.I,, WAItl aV CO.II.VOS,
133 Lnke Street, Chicago. Illinois.
GET THE BEST.
Ilt'V THE ONI.T (lENl'INE IMPItOVKD
0RI0DE GOLD WATCHES
Manufuclorod by tho
OROIDE WATCH CO.
Thoyuroall tho bct iiiuke, Hunting Case, tlnely
chined: look and woarlike fine trol.l. nn,l nr. .mui ...
appoanincetotho but gold watchea usually coitiui
Pull Jenclcd I.orers, Oent's and Udle' aire.,
Ul ... V-III'II.
oi:n notriu.i: i:xtk mkfinko Solid
OroidnOold llimtlnji'CiueH "full Jeweled lTorK,ar.
etpul to $200 Oold Wotcheiii Regulated and (iuaran.
tuoil to keep correct time, and wear and uol tarui-li,
with Eitru Pino Casei, nt t.'Oench.
Mt money I required lu mlvauce. n
lend by Express anyht'rt within the L'nited States,
payublo to ngent on dclnnry.wlth the prlnlego to open
and exnmlno before paid tor, mid If not atlfaclorr
returned, bv pa ing the Kxprrr. rlurgr. fjooda will
bo ent by mnd ft lteglstcreil lckiifie, prepaid, by
rending ciuh In ndvunce,
AN A'lENT REN1MNO POIl SIX WATCHES OET9
AN KXTItA WATCH PUKE. MAKINti HEVEN SIS
WATl HKS POU Sw, OK SEVEN WATCHKd Pull
also Hi.Ko.tXT ouoini: cior.nKiv
CIIAI.nn, oflaton and moat coitly styles, forLadlex
and (ientlomen, from la to 40 Inches long, tl. 14,
, andfcu'li, aontwlth wahiheaat wholesale prices.
Mato kmd'and of watch required, and order only
TUB OUOlbB WATCH CO,
tiililAif 5w 1 Pulton Blreet, New York.
OW IS THE TIME TO LAY IN
It KADI NO FOlt THE WINTER.
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