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UHLISHKD 1)Y JOHN II. OIIERLY A 00.
it. Jl. IIAKRKI.L, ASSOCIATE EDITOR.
10NDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 18C9.
tngoatura JJlttcr'e, W. H. Schuttor,
enguiit, Cairo, Illinois. oclioSm'1
'Irst class day board at Walker A Bis
a restaurant, at Super week. tf
"or really fanhionablo clothing go to
ner nna Miiier'H. u
inder'H Htomoch Hitters ! "Tho best
'resli oytura GOcts. per can at WJu-
'a Delmonlfco, Commercial avctitid
Iro 111. -in
("cstordny'was n nplon'dld Iiidran!Buidl.
rday. , ,r
""ho rcoolplu from the city ncalefl, du
g the month .of October, .amounted to
nothing leas than threo dollars.
'"or tho cfclebrated 'iiurmn'Brrtokfingf'
mccoora good cigar, go tollumm'i
T3 a le
"he colored populatl6n of theclty are
tin alarmed by dreadful storleti ahdtrV
Inappcrs. They liavo the medical,
V. marriage In Cairo lias been spoiled,,
) expectant bride rccolvinp tho rolfo'yv
r tblefirani from her Intenddd: "Can't
tic right off. My old woman has over--uled
me.1' Ht. Louta Jtcnublican.' n
Tho celebrated Davenport brothers
11 visit Cairo an noon ai tli exterminate
engagement In K.L Louis iray tho lat
part.of Deqember, or early In .Tanua
Jur Joel G. Morgan Is not n relative of
s Joel O. Morgan who lives sixteen
le s cant of Hernando, MicslsfclppI, and
d a horse, worth SI 60, stolen, the other
flit. Our JopI can t sport a horso of.
EteV. Mr. C'oe, late of tlio ..'Episcopal.
urch, of this city, hwi wo are Informed,
rail to Peoria, and will leave to take
argo of his new congregatf3n In afevtf
-vrl .if rmr wiilt.'Tfi.iln fiimflli-A nro
so to indulgo themselvw, thh week
tho luxury of a visit to Chicago, for.
e purpose othearliig I'arepa Ra hlng,
d seelnfiJeflerson In the character of
p Van Winkle. k
The Katlo Putnam Star Troupe are
led for Cairo on tho 23th Jnst. Mr.
trtman has tho moat ponltlo aisuran
1 that they Mill be here on' that day(
d at onco enter upon a hcaaou of four
eks, or longer, tliould tho patronage
itify tho prolonged stay.
Very large, fine, fat and fresh Haiti
ore oysters can bo had at tho store of
vpt. Geo. D. Williamson. He receives
resh supply every dny, keeps them on
, and permltx no talnttd or even doubt
I oysters to get Into the hanas of his
0. W. llrown, member of tho comtltu
nal convention elect, from thoBecond
ietrict, Is a brother of Col. Brown, the
reiiue collector for this congressional
strict. O. W. Is a slmon-puro democrat,
hlle the. re venue llrown Is an Intense
The fight between the two female pu
is of tho government colored school, on
iday Irst, grew out oflovo and Jeal
isy. The combatants were well-grown
igro girls, and exerting their most se
ictlve ways and winning smiles upon
o t-ame colored masculine, u "green
ed moiuter" was ougHiuIercd that ag
avated them to deeds of bloodshed.
"It snows," cries the school boy;
iiirrah!" and his shout Is ringing
rough parlor and hall; and, swift as
o wing of a swallow ho's out, and Ills
aymates havo answered his call. To
y, the lirst snow ttoini of tho season.
II aboui us, snow and sleot and wintry
eatlier havo made peoplo uticomfnrt
)le, Lut wo have had, up to this time,
o ino;-t tlolielom weather.
Dr It. W. Heera has assumed tho edi
rlal control of tho Union City 'Herald,'
r, David A Chambers retiring, with
sorrowful heart ami heavy
.n," on account of 111 health. Mr.
lumbers labored assiduously for tho
llroud and other enterprises In tho sue
sa of which Cnlon City felt a concern,
id ir his successor is equally zealous In
o same direction Union City will bo
heard from," wherever It is her "put
IFrom ttio Faducah'Kentucklan.'J
Tlio'Hullelln,' of Cairo, agitates the
Ufistlon why people in that city who
uvvi nili'itllj llll.v jiiij ( ... -
the nrlnie cost of the beef, a tax of I
KH), on each butcher, while follows who
rink whisky havo only to pay tho
rlmo cost of tho liquor, and a tax of ?100
ir each rog seller Tho query Is not so
ertitiont here, but it is a question
hether the license on tho salo of tho
ecesslties of life should not bo made
mob lower than they are Freu trado
generally for tho advantage of con
liners The City Council aro not lovers of
leap meat. In tho Hoard of Aldermen,
i.st week, an ordlnanco to allow tho
cepers of moat shop to transact busl
ess by paying merchant's license, ten
ollars per year, was defeated by an al
lost unanimous vote. Tho city leglsla
iro appears to believe that Cafro muy
0 made prosperous by putting upon tho
eccssttles of life heavy taxes.
Glove nt Mil.
A full supply at Welly's, and going off
at actual cost tf
Gentlemen's collars tho Albany make
unexcelled In stylo and general get up.
An Immense stock at Miller and Miller's.
Mr. Footo, pastor of tho Presbyterian
church, lectured last night on the subject
of "Hard Times."
We understand that Hon. D. W.
Munn has written a letter of condolence
to Hon. A. J. Kuykendall, expressing
great regret at the fact that the demo
crats succeeded In so effectually squoloh
Ing him. "They have done you Brown,"
Dad says, "but be not cast down. Bo llko
. the sparrow-grass, spring again!"
""Squeak the fife and beat the drum:
oyster eating time Isjcorae; and G. D.
Williamson has for salo, by the can and
, imu can mo mos. aeucious oivaives mat
evertlSwn a person's throat' ran. Tho
can he sent to the 'Bulletin' on Satur
day made us as Chappy as a big sun
flower; and wo advlto tho depressed In
'spirit to invest tholr spare chango in
Williamson's oysters. They aro a sped-
41c for th o blu'ee. ' r -f v n'
, y rar. jfiun ruaoD, or Yierroru, tsara-
ioga county, Xovr York, has leased tbo
iMayoMIlJsju this city, and will, take
.possession dnrlhg the present w'eekP'Mr.
'Fulton ls( an experienced miller, ao,
khowlodged by all poreons'postdd in such
' rnatters to bo one of the best In tho .State
of Now York, and wdluve no doubt ho
will, In a short time, succeed fn building
up a profitable and permanent business
For ' It w dr
The swift and well rtppolntcll pas'se'n
ger steamer Lizzie Glll.casts ofTfrpm ,our
landing this evening for New Orlearij.
Bho is under tho command of expe
rienced, cautious and gentlemanly river
mon, runs well, and presents all the com
venlenccs and luxuries' bf the finest
steamers tbat navlqato the BoUlhern
waters. C. T. Jlindc Is tho agent at
Tralmto Crow UipRlrer mt Colnmbns.
Tlio Iron Mountain railroad company
Isoitendlngtho Irack to tho water's edge",
at Belmont; and It was expected that
the Mobile" 4' Ohio' railroad c'6nSpany
would commenco tho extension of Its
track, In like manner, on Saturday last.
These extensions completed, and suit
able ferry boat Introduced, pasoengcr and
freight trains will bo conveyed to and fro
acroesthe river, being thus enabled to
continue their trips, after,, only about a
half hour's delay. ThU iarrangement
will doubtless add nota'liltlo to the
business of the iwo roads.
T WaOti on Klro.
The dead timber sklrtiug tho west side
of the trestlework of th JlllnoU Central
railroad, between tHe"cltyand Cache
river, has been on fire several days. It
U pmbable that.tho Are was communi
cated to tho dry grass and jeaves from
tho camp fires of nuttlnir parties. The
dense smoko has compelled owls and all
other creatures that ;makc their homes
in the tree tops, to other quarters many
of thnm seeking refuge in tho opening
cleared for tho railroad. Tbo railroad
fenco Is In great peril, and unless closely
watchod will be destroyed.
Thosceno presented by the glaring
trunks of the burning trees, after night
fall, It said to be grand boyond compar
ison. Among tho Ingenious resorts of mer
chants to call attention to their new
goods, is tho circulation through the
post-offlco or otherwise, of special per
sonal Invitations. For Imtanco, Mrs.
Blank has recolvod a fresh stock of dress
and millinery goods to whloh sho desires
to attract special attention, tiho there
fore addressea to Mrs. Blab, Mrs.
Fatpurse, and to every other Mrs., whoso
name occurs to her, a neatly printed note
substantially as follows:
"Mrs. Illatik would begrratly pleased
to have you Inspect the latest fashions
in drew goods, (embracing an extensive
variety of foreign and domestic fabrics)
robes, bonnets, lace, trimmings, etc.,
which sho has Just received at &c."
"Call at 3 p. m. and preoiit this card
at the door.''
A direct appeal of this nature proves
IrroMlible, aud Mrs. Blank lills her
establishment with ladies, each of whom
conceives herself tho ono especially
invited. Sol a bud idea by any means.
Stnvcn of f'.vorr Ucacrlplliin.
The stovo and tinware establishment
of Mr. Charles W. Henderson, Commer
cial avenue, thro doors below Twelfth
street, Is a point of attraction that has
been made fitlll more attractlvo by the
advent of tho chills and freezes and
snows of November. Anticipating tho
wants of the oommuuity ho has supplied
himself with all kinds and sizes of office,
parlor and cooking stoves, and the thou
sand other articles that go to niako up a
complete stock In his lino. Aud this
effort ou his part to provldo what the
peoplo waut seems to be duly appreciated,
as not a day passes that he docs not send
out stoves to different parts of the city
now ono ot his famous Pacific cooking
stoves, with hot closet and hot water
reservoir, all complete and In perfoot or
der; now the regular, old roliablo canon
stove, and at less frequont intervals, tho
elaborately ornamented parlor stovo, all
of which ho warrants to be of tho best
and most durable make. And In polut
ofprlco, as well aa varloty, Henderson
presents very decided inducements to
the public What thoso prices are must
be ascertained by a call. Wo can only
say that, if you want a stove, and will
call at Henderson's, you will not leave
the hotiso, until you havo effected a pur?
Chill Curc.-"It never
Tho best assortment of strictly fashion
able hats ever opened In Cairo, havo
Just been received by Miller. & Miller, tf
Bhell oysters, game, etc., can always
bo secured at Walker to
Nov 2 tf
P. Itlelly has a largo stock of hats,
which will bo sold at New York whole
sale prices. tf .
House near cor. Washington Avenue,
and Sovcnth street; Price $300.
lw Apply to, P. II. Popb.
Pnral Furs! Fnrtl
If you waut to buy fur cheaper than
they were over offered In Cairo, will call
at P. Rlclly's. Ho has a good assort
ment which ho will sell very low. tf
nunlnnui IIouno for Rent.
,, That eligibly HltuatedtbUslness house
No. 8 Thornton's block, Tenth street, la
for rent. Apply on the premises.
First class day board can be
secured at yajker an J SUson'a.for
5 per week. Tho bill of fare consists of
of the best In the market served by ex
pert eatererslu an unexceptionable style.
Davjd. Mi Hendrix,; of .A. Uolllnga
worth'i" Co'.'h HusYness College, Coving
ton, Ky.. will open a, book keeping add
(Penmanship school, in the room above
Miller & Miner's clothing fctore, 73 Ohio
Lovce", on 'Monday iioxt, November 10th.
a Cairo Lodge No, 137, A. F. & A. M.,
VWill hold a stated communication
this (Monday) evening, Nor. Oth, A. L.
6609. Work in thoT:; A. degree Visi
tors fraternally invited. By-order of tho
W. M. Cms. Fouukst, Seo'y.
The Kcv. Mr, Vogel is continuing his.
Biblical Lectures " at the 'Christian
church. Mr. Vogel's' discourses are
worty of a. larger hearing than ho
has so far' W en favored with. His man
ner is pleasant and the subject matter of
his lectures affords food for much
thought. Subject for thlseveniug: "Tho
Work of the Holy Spirit. Seats frco.
Walker & Sisson's Billiard Hall and
Restaurant is the center of attraction for
strangers and others who. would strength-,
en the Inner man with fresh oysters,
slewed, raw, roasted .or fried ; quail on
toast, venison, fish or any other luxuri
ous or substantial edible; or pass an hour
with the "cue" in tho largest and best
billiard hall In the city. tf
liw .Mill for Male,
i A double circular Haw Mill, also one
sett of corn burrs, lath machlno, five
yoke of oxen, thrto Jog wagons,, with
chains, all In complete order.
F,or further particulars apply to Wm
F. Pitcher, Cairo, or' ?to J. F. Stiver, at
the Mill, Mbunds Junction, Pulaskl.Co.,
Illinois. nov 2 2w
I Bfcauso It Is tho ruoro (lorablo. burns
less wood, bakes better, aud Is cheaper
than all other cooklngstovcs, tho Pacific
Stove is the favorite In all families
whero It has been tried. It has no su
periors and acknowledges no equals. A
few days trial will satisfy anybody that
It is the best cooking stovo ever made.
Any slio desired can bo had at C. W.
Henderson's Commercial Avenue, third
door below Twelfth fitree't. nov.Gd lm
Iks IUmmlit, Colunitiii Win While, Padue&li;
llelln Memphis, de
Kate Robinson, do
M Oarage, tlo
I.a-ty (lay, do
i.uminrj, m. l.oui Aipns, r.ianiTiue
Claru Scott, do
Hello St. Louis, ilomphlt.
Ha ii J, Halo. do
Mary lloyj, do
Marble Cut, Vlokilmrtf.
Ikn Ilammitt, Columbus; Wm White, rsdueah;
Alps, Kv&nivill. I.uimuarv, Vicksburat-
flam Hootl, do Julia, do
I.ewelltn, do lluliu Memphis; Memphis.
It- Hr ft Iuls, S t JA'Mt, Rlclimund, N U
Champion, do Iipyllay, do
MarbloCity, do AtUntlv, do
Ham J Hale, Cincinnati, Virginia tlo
Kate Robuxnn, do l.or-im, do
M Itaraji-, 1'ittaburg, Contini-ntal, .lo
Tho first snow of tho season fell thh
morning, but melted soon after falling.
It was at one time half an Inch deep,
The weathor continues cloudy, and a
light rain has fallen since the snow. Tho
thermometer indicated a temporaturo of
10 dogrees at noon.
The river has fallon four inches ulnoo
last roport, and h falling inoro slowly
lluslness continues good oven brisk.
Tho Mississippi antl Missouri contlnuo
falling slowly, with eight feet to St.
Louis, measured by tho stick.
Tho Ohio Is falling at Pittsburg, wltfi
thirty inch es in tho canal. It is station,
ary at Louisville, with four feet lu tho
The ohanuel has cut out at Walker's
bar, and there is now four feet water.
Tho Octavla has been cutting another
channol, but tho river has went to work
on its own account aud beat her,
Over two thousand bales cotton were
received hero last weok for reshlpment
east per Bluo Lino and tho Marblo City
to-day dlschargod 700 bales moro for the
Tho Continental left on Saturday even
ing for Now Orleans after receiving here
nearly 500 tons for Southern porta.
The Richmond loft IIiJk morning aftor
receiving -100 tons for tho South.
The Lady Gay received 100 tons.
The Alpha, Lewellln and Clara Scott
each brought good trips. for reshlpmeut
Tho committee appointed by the
Merchant's Exchange, St. Louis, to In-
vestlgato tho coiiw
Ington, fornasslng tho u.
out giving assistance, will no
nonorato him from all blame, aa tbenJ
which wo reported last week are fully ffl
A .... ' . .
proven by responsible witnesses.
Tho Wm. White is tho regular Pado-
cali packnt this evening.
of Dooi.ry'h Baking Powdbk to a
quart of Hour are necessary to produco
extra b'scuts, rolls, Ac, while those or
dinary manufacture require nearly doub
le tho quantity. This Is owing to Its
perfect purity and extra strength. Aside
from this fuct, each package contains
full amount that is represented. Hence,
DootiHY'a Is tho chcapeal, Utt, and mott
reliable In market, nnd tekos precedent
of all others. Grocers keep It every'
of crcry description,
I.atli, NliltiKleft mail Mir rtl,.
YAHD AND OFKICE Corner CommmM iwtmt ad
Tnth itrttt, '
Onlra KollclUnl nnl j'romplljr fllltd.
I.utnbrr rnmlthe'lbn short notice.
U15E LUNCH I
A free lunch will ho nrr.rctl no At ih Y.arMlin Pa.
'Jfthn ami rrfUurnnt, nlten o'clock ererjr mornlne.
ino rrsi.iurani niu rjcon rwcniijr nuo up, aim pr
(on run (wcommo-lfttcl with ment At nil houn.
CB l'r. f( rra-nnable.
Corner of s'ixiIi street and Commfrfhd Atiu. next
door lo Post Otllce. H. nATTMKR
HOW LOST! HOW RESTORED!
Jii't PuUislifd, in n seated envelope JPrlcg, GcenU.
A I.KiTt KON TUB NATUItAI. TItR.TMliNT.
nnl H-Ii- nl r it of Hnerrnatorrhoen, or H-mlncI
Weiknes, InTolunUry KinrtlLs(L.iil,'.4cin.ilIoljllitj',
lUid Iinpediinenu to Marrlngc generally; Nervouinces,
Cinsiiniitir.n, I.j,,ii r, mul ntt; Mcntul nd Vhy
ol In'-apiwltj' restiltlnir from s!lf-l)tie, Ice, ljr
Rout T CvtvrkucLt, M. I):, ant hor of the "Green
A llonn to ThondHinln of Siiflerer."
Sunt under sel, in pluln enTelor, toRnrwllress,
poMpmd on rrcelpt of six cents, or two poH.iga
sump, to CHAS. J.V. KLI.NKaCO.,
157 Ilouery, "Scvr York, Voi Offlco box
AloOf CuWerwell'i "Irrl GalU," price 24
t ir Ton Want
Mib-rUI to make a dollar bottle of the tx-tt Hair. 1U
storat.Teerer ued for restoring gra;halrto lUotij.
tml color, send Ucents for a pukage.
ir Yon Want
Nice White Teeth, Healthy Garni, and a sweet breath
atnJ for our TURKUH DENTRIFICK, price, Si
If You Want
A sare car for Headache, Catarrh, Deafneat, or bua
tine In the ears, aenJ for oar HTER.1UTATOBT
Price 3S cents.
M. Kllherof thealore sent post-paid on receipt
Address Joseph K. I.rshsr, 411 Marktl street, Si.
Louis, Mo. kt'it.ljiAW '
A Kara Collection. KowUaa'aVjiefp"'
MKicArts, Disooterles, etc., comprUinc raluatls
Information for ercrj body. Sent by mall, (free of
pottage) for !0 cents.
Address R. T NORMANDT, 01 Market atittt, 6l.
Iiouls, Mo. lendanljr
Of nMirfr one hundreJ repaints fne msklnv krsml
all kinds of Wine, f!in, Ale, Rcer, Cordials, PaptrUr
cider, and mucn oilier useful Informallon for loose
dealini; Inor inanufiwturing any of the aborc, either
fjrtlie trade or home me.
Sent liy mail, free of poU, tor 0 cents. Address
n. E. NORMANDY, Ml Market street, SULoola, Mo.
Smvr .Marrlajje IrI4.
AN HSSAT TOR YOl'NO MEN, on PbyilologlfJil
Errors, Abuses arid Disease, Incident lo Youth and
Kitrly Mstihood.nlilcli create Impediments to MAR
P.I.UiE, utthsuro means of relief. Sentln sealed let
ter enteliipes, free of charge. Address, Dr. S, HKlIf
I.IN HOUlillTON, Howard Association, Philadel
phia, P.v se27daw3m
HGNOGUS0X COUNTY, KY.
33y 3Pa."ollo 33m-vcrl.xa.K-Authorized
bjr tho Kentucky Legislature.
Capital Prize 3150,0 0 0
s.M.vi.i.i:sr PitizE, so.
Drawing to take plnco at MASONIC
TKMPhi:, LOUISVILLE, KY.
i:ct:ur.i it usth, isno.
Cc.tl I -u is fwi- ll.a r nt hart-Iwen taken, nnd will be
assigned to thosd tlr nilng said Farms, which will !
Rl.'iOOm--.I'-h .m hluO arret,
UKNT OF CAPITAL PRIZE, $5,000
Hrml for rirlielH In eltlior of tlio fut
IimvImK' Afonls, Ua will alio furnikli
I'aiiiplilctH. .lo.. u'lvlng tlekvrlpllon of
1. II I.Y.Vi:, Fanners' ll.-ink, HenJorson, Ky
It. IS. AI.KXA.MIKIt, Commercial Ilnnk, Louis
JOII.V V. LATHAM. I'rosulent Unk, Hop.
klniville, Ilop'sintvlile, Ky.
JAMtM I,. I) A I.I. AM. Commercial Hank
II. U. T HOT! AN, I.oxinRton, Ky.
IV. II, TlTl.Kn, Ont-nsboro, Ky.
For tickets anil Information concerninj Ihe enter
priie, apply to
w. i. itu on,
OBlcei Onlro Clly Whnrfboat.
JgLLIOTT, ITAYTHORN A CO.,
Wholesale Dealers and Mannrar.tnrers,
BOOTS AND SHOES
-to con mi: it av i. avkvuk,
-mi paid to orders.
i OTUUIDH!, D0ST0X.
1 r. itTtiir, aicimoMP. isd
Sarutgii and Jtlito Llok ll'atet'.
As clear and ll?oly'a when drank at the fpringi,
The vlrtueu oftliese watoruhate been and are oqliit
tettod to tho treat henolit and satisfaction of many of
our eitiioni, As dealt out at Ihe counter of Itarclay
Brothers, thoy aro always cool and refreshing. Uara
toca, fifteen tL-kets for one dollar ssvea ilckst for
Ofty cents, mne Lick twenty glasses for one dollar.
-The genuine article t be
O had Harclaya'. Quinine free fr
yet containing all the virtnta
Kvrriv 'iickkt nit.
, 4 CashOifls,e.v:i0,00O 40 Cosh iiiUZre:
10 " " WC'J) 200 "
20 " " A,njo.100 " ' 10.
50 Elegant Ilost wood 1'ianos . ettli3.1ftQtoS70O
73 " " Mclodeons ' 75 lo SOU
aAOHewine Ma h nes - " CO to 175
Ut) Hold Watches . " 75 to XJ
Cash Prlics, Hilver Wnro, .c, taiued at it.OOO.OOO.
A chance to draw any of tho abcie I'rlt for 21.
Tickets describing Frlzen nr scnlod In envelope and
well mixed. 00 receipt Of 20i. (I 'filed T i-knt It
drn without choice anil sent by mail to nny ad
dress. Tho nrlJO named unon It willlm delirerod lo
tlio ticket I
linldr on iinyincnt of Ono Dollar, rrlscs'
nro immediately -return
'ci, 'o nny address by express or
You will know what your I'run is before you pay for
It. Any Fnre exchnnired for another of same mlue. -
no uianas. uur
r patrons ran tleixinil on fair dealing.
Wo select the fiillowlni? from many
. Hirrar.icn: Wo select tho fiillowlnif from many
vwho havo latl-Jy drawn Vnlliably Friie nml kindly
pernuuejj ih it puiiiisii tiu-m! Andrew J. iiurnt,
bhlcago, lti Of1; Miss Olara S. Wallt.-r, Rallimbr,
Piano. Jw; James M. Mnthi-ws, Detroit, JS.PW); Jnha
.T.Andrews, PAvnnnnh. Vi -'t' Apnet Hfmmons,
Charleeton, I'nuio, JO w. We publish no names with-
Onsioa-s qf Tr PaMr "The flrmls reliable, and
uescrve meir success." week v Tr biino. Mar .
'Weknowtliem to bo a fair dealing Ilrm." Nj Y.
Herald. Ilav 29. "A friend of ours drew a !Mn nrlte.
which was promptly recelved.'V-Daily News, Junes.
Hend forcir-nlar. Liberal Ind'icments to Agent!!.
Fatiifactlon guaranteed! Kn-ty pnekaee of Sealed
.Envelopes' contains oxk a sn nirr. rilx Tlekets for JlS
13 for ill 35 for V; U0 for t!5. All letter- should be
addressed to IMItPIMI, AVII.NI. A- CO.,
jWtl A w.ll IH.1 llroailway, New Vork.
TOTIIK WOKKlNfl TMES.-We aro tow pre
paretl to fiirmli all rIasos with constant employ,
rnent at hom,1 the wkole of tho time or for tho spars
moments. Hiuuil.ii now. 1,shtai.d prortti.Me. Per
aona of either seXj eily xun from WV". lo 13 per
evening, and a iiroportlon.il sum by devoting their
whole time to tho business. Days nnd girls ma
nearly at much ns men. That all who eoo thin
notlco may send their a-Mre-s, and test the busl
nea, we make this tinparalled offer: To suolioaare
not well satisfied, we will ttnd ft to pay for Ike '
trouble of wntiUg. Full mrt.culurs, n valuable sam '
pie, which will do to commence work on, and a copy
of 'The People' Literary (kimpfinlou ono of the
largest and best family newspapers published al
sent free by mall. Header, If you want jermanent,
profitable work, address K. C AMjKN A CO.,
Aociri, iliisr. nov I dAwSin
RECEIVER'S HALE OF STEAMER
IJy virtueof adeerco of the Vanilerburtth Circuit
Court, In a cause wherein CtmrlrnH. Crawford, Jr.,
is plaintitT, and Thomas It. llolus i defendant, I will,
on the ISil day of November next, between the;
hours of ten o'clork a. m. and two o'clock p. m., at
tho Evansville wharf, sell at pu'V - nu--Hon. the
steamerlnlsa, her laekle, apparel and furniture.
Terms as follows: Une-tlunl rush, oi.e Hard m sixty
days, one-third lu ninety days, with lntrest tvddeil;
the purchaikr si-curmK the deferred inijincnts by
paper payable in bunk here, with undoubted en
dorsers. OKO. H..VTAHT, F.ecciver.
Tooth nntshes, shoe brushes, paintbrushes, an 4
bntshe of all kinds, at Ilarclayt.'
Whereas, Clnrles Thrupp, and Harnet M. Thrupp,
his wife, by their salo morl-we, dated the thirteenth
day of April, A. I anil recordctl in tlio 1 Unord
er Office or Alexander county, Illinois, did convey
to the undersigneil, C'arnliun Hill, tho following
described resl estate, situate m tho city of Cairo, la
said county of Alexander, and Hlato of Illinois, to wil 1
Lot numbered eight (t), la block numbered twtuty-.
two (21), as the same appears and Is known an4
deslgnstet on ttio recoriled map nr plat of said city of
Cairo, eounty and state aforesaid, to secure tho pay
ment of a certain promlssary note, glvan by said
Charles Thrupp to raid Caroline llili, fur the stun of
seven hundred and rlehty-sevrn dollars nud Ofly
cents, dated April 13, 1W), and ptyablo six month
after Ihe dale thereof, with ten per cent, interest
from dale until paltl. And whereas, default has bcea
mode lu the payment of said note. 1, tliu under
signed, to wh im n.d ale wrtga-e was made, by
virtue of the terms and provisions rf the siuno will,
on Monday ti e I.Vh ilay nf November, A. 1 IM9, t
10 o'clock, A. M. nf that day, tm lT and by virtue of
tho power of sain contained In said sale mortgai e, sell
at public auction, to the highest bidder, for rush, at
the front door if the Court llmue, 11 said city f
Calre, In the county --f Alexandtr, and r'tnln nf llll
nols. the pruii st-- 111 said w.In iuortgO(u ilcorll ttl.
to wit 1 lot n'liiiN-iO'l eight N). in tloek ntirnteri
Iwenty-two V11 in tho any of Cairo, lltiuolt, wnh lb
appurti nan. t. satisfy purjiosesand ronditiors
Of said sale inditgae.
Cairo, III , N')ti-mii r 3, IJ.
Allen, Webb A Ilutli-r, Attorneys fur Mortgagee.;!
The rnrtr.ershln befttven tlm unerlL-iie.I m this
day ill-siilveil by mutual winsent, Wm. F. I'itcher
retiring from the tlrm.
All el.ilm nalntand due U10 Cria w.Tl I ltd
Cairo, III ,N-.v. 1.
W. K. FITCH Kit.
W. 1IK.S RV, Jr ,
Thankful .lo myfrlrtids fr their liberal patronatt
herttofuru bviowo., Htiul-l Udbicj u onllnuunco le
my former paitr.er. W. F. FiUhtr.
OUT THH REST. g'JO
HL'Y THE OSI.V UF.NUINB IMI'ROVKD
ORIODE GOLD WATCHES
Munufai lure 1 1,, tho
OROIDE WATCH CO.
They are 11 I .; Ih .t inok--, Ji..,!n ("ij., imiy
! iseil. i-iok .nil wear like flue gold, and are e-jusl in
hJe:ir nice i. Kirt U-.t gut I teat, lies list. Hy . u.liuf
SIM). Full .! .t le J I.. W rt. (.' ill's mi I I ivl.es' !. ,
nl 31-t ritfli.
n it uoi iii.i: i:x i it t iiim'i.mio suiid
Oroiileflold llniitinir I'ves JFulI Jeweled l.evers,aro
equal lo W" ' I Wutthoe, IteulatiMl and (iuimu
leed to keen rr- t lune, and wear and nut Uruirh,
with Kxtra Fine Caes, at it nrh.
A 1110 lie j' h rj Iretl In ml viiiici-. Wn
term by r.Xress iaitwl:er- witlnritlio I i..t.. -'talis,
payable Ut aA-. nt -
rv, nth tlie privitii- In tipea
and examine I fore rnnl fi.r. nnd if not si.tufiu-i.irs
return-!, l- p.. n. 1'ie I'niress h-rgee. ii--l.ill
I sent by nml n t.-gUteil Fackage, prepaid, by
fcudinr-'it-h 11 .i-h.nee.
A AtiKVf HFMilSlJ Knit SIX WATCH Km (1KTK
AN KXTIIA WAIlH HtKK. MAKINIlrJKVKN UK
WATCH l F"U J'.' OU HKV F.N J30 WA1 CH FOF.
ai.si i:i.i;(it.NT ouuini: j(i.ikn
CIIAI, flatesianl most eotly styles, for Ladle
and (ii iitleini-n, from 1" to 'J inrhes long, at $, SM,
, nndfseai'h, sent with watehes at wholesale puces.
Hlato kind and siro of rutWi reouiretl, ami order only
THK OROIDK WATCH CO.
octlJdA wflw HI Fullrn Plreo t. New York.
TM PORTA INT TO M ILLEliS
Oimi CoMvi'sixras' Orricr,
C'lueaKii, (let. U). IbuV.f
Tho W.ter Tuwrr ouue-i l the slate on Iho Little
Wabash river, at New INvt-n, O.illitui eoiinly, will be
let (leased) fur a term ofdfly Mrto iIib highest bid.
dcr, at neon, on the th day of November next, at
tho ortice ol C, H.
1 -'live' , mini llliu
hois. Ad bids
must beseale.1 inid nmrke.1 "lints for Wuter I'ower,'
aiulad'ire-kf --t'aieof C. 8. Conger, Car m I, White
be had on jpi In -itmn by mail or ill porsun tn CM.
J'onger.t Vim, l '1 liin r-l, Chj ngo, Joseph File),
Dixon, or V. HicKox, rMiringtield,
Oil lllO 1-1 dV ( I)tMlii:ilr. nt Ifl i ,11 . nil w III
oner 1111 it'i 11.. i-hiiuiiuiiil; iioiuiniuiiM nr 111.. uun t in
Sell ataiitlfi'il. mi tlio nreml-nu tit Knw ir ivun.
cash, the old gr. -it m il building anil all the mill ma
chinery th. : fin Also, .1 large loluf miiuro whlLi
011k timber nnd 'l!.k ji a rii.N'iiKLK,
nov4lw v 1IMKOX,
rinllll nt IllihStnne.
-TTrm-rif fnr-M -iiTTrii,UM m . .11 mi w w . w.
QROINAACB NO. 9
lie it ordained by the City Couusd of Ilia Cily .
Coir ' ' , t
-Src.l. That tho thief of the night police sUll b
ereafter paul three eO.() dollars per. night, amllha
other polite coiiBtsbl ion duty ut night alia)1 1 a raid
three dollars per mgli t '
Approved, October II, is. A .
oefclW JOHN U. OHEBLT, My,