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jr. .11. rtAItllKt.T., ASSOCIATE. EDITOU.
V15LN liSDAT, NOVEIBEItT?, lucy."
USt- KminrV Chill Cure. "It never
For Uiu culobrntctl "Durham" smoking
tobabco or agood cigar, go toHumm's
lhug Store. ' 'tX
Krefdi Qytr COcU. percun nl Win
ter's Dt'lmonlco, Commercial avenue
House near cor. Washington Avenue,
.toil Fovetith street. Price JCOO. j
lW Apply to P. H. Poi'E. i
Anzontura Hitter's, W. II. Schutter.
Sole agent, Cairo, Illinois oc i!o rri
Walker & SIhmui's Millard Hall and
lU'ntutirant In the center of attraction for
Grangers and others who would (strength,
en the Inner man with fresh oysters,
towed, raw, roasted or fried; quull on
toast, venison, fish or any other luxuri
ous or substantial edible; or pass an hour
with the "cue" In the largest and ben
billiard hull In the city. tf
Everything that can bo found in any
dry f,oodH bouse In thu city, can he sc.
cured at I'. Welly's at cost price or lef-s,
aw he In determined to close out. tf.
llttliiri IlotiHc r.irKenl.
That eligibly situated business house
No. S Thornton's block, Tenth street, I
for rent. Apply on the premises.
Jluvi-o lit Mill.
A full supply Ht Welly's, and going oil
at actual co.it. tf
A partner lu u shoo hdop. Addreo T
O. fJox 3C7. t
Hurt! ftirt! 1'nn:
If you want to buy fun cbeuper than
they wore ever ottered In Cairo, will call
at I. Welly's. Ho has a good assort'
ment. which he will sell very low. If
A grand ball will be given by the
Cairo Cassluo, on tho evening of Decem
ber 27, 1S09. Committee of Arrange
ments: F. M.HTocKKumr,
C. L. Thomas, Wm. Ai.ua,
M. Bti.vKKiiuna, OnoiioK Lattnkr.
First claw day board can be
secured at Walker and HUson'a for
5 per week. Tho bill of are conslsta of
of the best In the market, served by ox
pert caterers in an unexceptionable style.
Knder's Stomach Hitter 1 "Tne best
Bhcll oysters, name, etc., cau always
be secured at Walker 4 Hlsson's restau
rant. Nov 2 tf
1 Klelly ban a largo stock of hats,
which will be old at New York whole
ulo prices, tf.
First cluis day board at Walker A Ms
tu's restaurant, nt fo per Week. If
rAMfAHM:f'ITY PROPERTY FOR
ill l.llHl Mtuatitl Dnrltliiff iriuf.
ti.l tniiav iMtl'.mt uituld on tii eornr
ef Milh Va iiiit,iuitt iu lot ujxin which it
rouitli, on r Hibi lutn: Hm houn.onlin fir
,ctn and a k u!.n, l wHl arrajiRM, HI daubed,
iUi'S'li-lwith.eii'rn, outnouM-n, eto., an. I alt la
tntriarCMn4iiK.il, ruritwand tmpi ly at toy
A frealnnru ill b-iTfi upt the Lgyptiau fa.
t.ti and rlaiant, nl ten o'clock ery morntne.
tli rriuurant tiu bora recently Mud ur, nd par
.m can I accommodated with lnr! tlUI liour.
utr I'rleri rcwonibU.
Coinar of Sixth alreel nJ Commercial Armuf . iitit
oor lo I'oit Ot!le. JI. l.ATT."tK
Conrcctlous To)M, I-'Ire-WorkH.
AJII'LK ritOVlSION FOR THE YOUXO.S
TKItS. do to t(i3Conirtr.at simur mil hu) your holuUjr
Kuwli. V. HUp tin Uid in a Mock lu tttat lluv that
E nti'r txen riulrit ll Utlru.
fnfr.lioin of fcfl kin'l. tor In stmrlr T&rloly
t- an.l .rAfirifi.ikM wl.n .-nnl.li.k.
rTrrrtluug i (itruaH and uritify ttiotp who wouiitub
KcimmtHT iiki i.iiju. in Mimnirrciii .wtuut.
X3Uix'X ex.xx.dL Soft Xjxxxi,l3oxr
of ervty dp-oripllou,
J.Mit, Jitilugltm uil fUr rl.
VAKlf ANIiOKi'lCE Cowr ComtumtiU re d
OriUr oollcihHl nJ rmmptly tM. Strmit
LuinlMir futnliiiftl on iUort notio. oti-om
-"v W. HAMLIN,
C'OKX, HAV, OATS), UU', AX UHlf'
Corner of CoiMiBrrcUl - Alvno u4
' ' Twelrth, ritret-t;
0.ix-o - - - lUinoia.
. Krrpn nrtltipply frf'M, Hull t W Prri to
NoTl4im , .. .
AND FANCY flOOPS
V.voijtUlng Feiibjttiitl Xw.
Mti. Anna Lmic h8 Jmt opoiici) frrh ni utrirt.
. ly.fajihlonUs hlock of bonni'ti, hM. nomrrt rlij
4 Uoni'und fuiu'.v gondii genurnlljr, finlfti ' n"
.ixpfni, tu:ui CfintrtfiU of licr ability to unrlrrti'll
ll other eslnblmlmitW" ." olty. 1 Mt ie
Hlio lo ci7f'1 ni m&Vcs'Wr LonntU
ami liHt in tyle. atme ooTonth Btrit,lHwfi
WMlungton Avonui n& Walnut Hrett
Minn aill(nk9t' ttOMlrl, I o lf
Fur Cnpe Foiittil.
Foutid, last nl,ght, a dark brown fur
capo, which tho owner can have by call
in!? attack's nhue store, and paying for
A special meeting of this company
will bo held ttilfi (Wednesday) evening,
Nov, 17lh, 1S89. Business of importanco
will be transacted. By; order of tho
I'resldwnt. M. J. Maiinkl, Bec'y.
It has been Htiggotod, and the sugges
tion is one that every tax-payer In the
county will npprove, that tlic proceed
insaoftho county court bo published.
From fifty to one hundred thousand dol
lars of the peoplo'H money Is expeuded
annually by . the county court, and
while no one may feel disposed to
question tho honesty of tho court, every
body ha's both the desire and the right
to bo Informed as to whom and for what
purpose the money Is disbursed. The
cxpeuso of such a publication will be
compara.ively trilling, and wo aro euro
that if tho court will order the publlca
tiou to be made, tho people will com
mend the act.
Hlnco Marchlldon has succeeded man
Independent candidate, a friend of Judge
Hodgos feels greatly exercised over tho
old Judge's withdrawal, claiming that
tho small vote In Cairo would have In.
surcd his election. There is no founda
tion for .such a conclusion. Marchlldon
had an advantago in having no radical
opponent. If Parrott had remained
In the field he would have- received the
same numberof roles that G. V. ffdort
did, and Marchlldon a corresponding
number less. As It wm, Marchlldon
received nearly all tho radical votes
cast in town and country, and yet his
majority Is only 25 or 30 votes, with
Dr. Arter in the field as the radlaal nom-
iuee, Hodges coul 1 not have been oltcted
Tho truth Is thero was no chance for
Hodge's election, and Do did tho wisest
thing ho ever did in all his life by with
drawing, and confessing that ho did
wrong lu seeking tho ofllce, afler his
his party, in convention, had pro
uouueed for nuother man. HU dfeat
would havo completely "shelved him."
rtr and N upper.
Tho Sisters of 8t. Mary's Infirmary an
nounco to tho kind and charitable, that
they will bold a fair and supper fur four
successive nights, beglnnlug Monday
Dec. 13th, and ending tho 10th. Its object
Is to liquidate the debt lately contracted
by the erection of their new and com
modious hospital building.
This being the first time the good Bis
ters have applied to the citizens of Cairo,
a liberal patronage of the friends of tho
poor and aflllcted is requested. No pains
will bo fpared to tuako this fair and sup
per the most remunerative and Interest
ing of any held heretofore; and with a
view to its certain success, donations aro
respectfully solicited of articles orna
mental and useful. The churltably dis
posed ladles of the city are cordially In
vited toco-operate lu the good work.
Further notice as to the fair will bo
given in due tlim.
Mfliool ranUliiu'lilft JlrarltiMt rull.
Tho Peoria 'Revlow treats with unbe
coming levity what tho editor conceives
to be an lngonlotis method of puuUhlng
fra;tlous pupIU, adopted by one of the
teacher In the lVorla public schools
The 'Revlow says:
"A scholar guilty of a mlsdemca nor is
mounted ou tho rostrum and given a
lath to hold In his mouth. He surveys
his fellow pupils with sloeploas vlgllanco
and whon ho catches one of them stray
Ing in tho slightest manner from tho
rigid lino of rectitude, he gravely hands
tho lath'ovcr to him. The delinquent
mounts upou the stool and ho takes
It mattors not wjiat the physical con
dition of the scholar is; ho tnun hold
tho lath between his teeth if it break his
jaw. It may havo jut left a salivated
mouth; a mouth full of running fostering
sores. Hut what of that? Little jaws
may aehe and fairly crack under the
weight of tho lath held in the teeth, not
a few minutes, but perhaps an hour; but
what of mat? Tho oirendor was porhaps
tardy a half minute; may have dropped
hisslate pencil, or crle 1 "don't" when
Johnny stuck a pin In him. Tho im
perious teacher hears no explanations;
make no Inquiry and tho lath punish
ment Is applied, aud tho live long day
Is kept up.
Tho infernal bruto, capable of onnctdv
ingsuch a puuiahmeut, should be kicked
from his position, and drummed out of
every civlllEoil community lu Christen
dom as fiend and a monster. That's our
The recent rain' has rendered nocoisa
ry a general clearing oft of cross-walks
A small forco wero engaged in tint klud
of work yesterday jbut to-day it would be
dlftlcult to determluo what they did.
Lqt the calaboose gang put In Its time
In walk-cleaning until all call for such
work U answered. If they "soldier"
on the city the expense will uot bo bur
densome. I.ott Fur Cupe,
Lost, last night, somewhere but v con
the Antrim houso and Gth st; (ith ht and
Levee, and Leveo and 'Jd st, a plain
black fur capo. The finder will bo suita
bly rerrarded by leaving It at this office.
Nov 16 It
The second term of tho Conservatory
qf-MusIo ' will begin ou 'Motiday7Nov.
22d, and continuo ten weeks, Ius.tniQ-
tlon on tho piano, guitar, violin, hitrp
and vpcal lesions, each $." in advance
for twenty Jeous. L. Q.'Rlaisdkll, ,
PHRSO.VAX TAXK 3.
SUOtTil) lU: HlfKDFD.
There is a considerable amount of per
Houal tax for city, purposes, remaining
unpaid of which ho ordinance! of tho city
qulro tho collection, even by seizure aud
sale of property. Thu city collecter hopes
he will not bo driven to this extremity,
but thr remaining days of grace are few.
Lot those interested come orward,
then, and pay up Immediately. Tho ro
oeiptof tho collector Is a &uro guarantee
against additional costs mid charges.
Delays are dangerous. Come forward,
then, and pay the amouqt charged np
nov 10 dot City Collector.
this nxsnxsivn cask.
A Declnloit Aittro to the City, mitt
thr City I'athtri, at Iiull yWIiikIi, hrhl
for tho Coils.
Wo see it annouueed that In thecascof
Fox, Howard & Co. vs tho City of Cairo,
the Supreme' Court has awarded a per
emptory writ of mandamus to the plan
tlirj, with directions asked for. Tho In
ability of theplantiflk to dismiss tho sutt,
aceouiita for tho rendering of the Jndg
meut; but, as the matters Involved
have been amicably adjusted, there will
bo no attempt made to cxecuto tlje writ.
But there is another matter lu this
connection that particularly iutereats
the members of tint City Council. An
execution for the costs in thu case has
been Issued by tho Clork of tho Supreme
Court, commanding tho Sherlirof Alex,
andcr county to make the amount out of
the Individual members of tho council,
and hi uzact. not city hcrin at par or I
oven at a discount, but the currency of
tho country greenbacks. There may
be those in the council who will fuel dis
posed to "pooh 1" the matter into ridi
cule. Wo would feelingly point such
individuals to the fate of thu Cialeha
council who, under like oirctiuHtaucos,
conclded It Would "pooh ' instead of pay.
The U.K. deputy Marshal dropped in
thereon the 11th Instant, and gobbled
Mayor Brand and five aldermen, and
carried them captive to Chicago, whero
each, lu hN Individual puMOii, will
auswerjUie court, forhls contempt.
Whatam-rUhlngltls to bo a "olty
The ht. Nlcholiit Ilotrl.
Messrs. Walkor and BUfcon, yielding
to what seemed a popular demand, havo
fitted up a llrst-claii hotel in tho
Egyptian block, to which they havo
applied the uame of St. Nicholas Kle
gent parlors, roomy and com
fortable chambert!. Spacious din
ing rooms, furnished ' in the bet
style, havo been provided, an A No. 1
cook lustallt-d in tho kitchen, and tho
details supplied that go to mako such :v
house of public entertainment aj the
stranger takes pleasure ia patronizing.
The house Is directly opposite the steam
boat landing, only a few steps from the
passenger depot of thu Illinois Central
Railroad, and lu the center of thf buI
nossportlon of the city. Au advantago
peculiar to thin establishment Ir that the
traveller cm order his meals at any
hour, day or night, ami have set before,
him thu best In the market
Messrs. Walker and Si-son aro clover
enterprising gentlemen, know bow to
keep a hotel and "will greet tho ntr.ui
get well " Their terms are an low as
thojeharacter of the'eutalnmeutand tho
tlmos ,w allow. D.iy baarders ir per
The Ilrllniiii'iil 1 ai I.lat.
Wo publish to-dny quite an extended
communication ovtr the signature o
JohnHyland, city collector, which, al
though uot very straight-forward read
ing matter, will arrest more local atten-
Ing matter, will arrest more local alien-
tlon than would the details of mother
Stonewall horror, or of a four hour's
prize fight. About five hundred petrous ,
aro referred to by name, anr' as every
body likes toseohls name In piint, there
Is no good reason why Uyland's produc
tlon should not becomo a pupular paper.
Tho printers havo exercised the utmost
caro in the "got up" of tho "efi'urlon;"
the law has, lu all respects, been strictly
compiled with, so that tho olty may be
scoured In her own, in tho ovout of a
sale, as advertised.
Wo havo printed a few extra cuplc jf
this day's paper, which can bosceurtHl,
on application ai tne oiuiv, at ieeuw
The Palace Varieties were opened Int
night, lo a very fair audience, tho cumii-
. . ...
Ip original songs, ooniio per
a side-splitting vharacter, dancing,
etc., presenting something new-each j-ue
ng to the absence of Judge Hodges,-
occasloijed by his coutlntled Illness,
Probato Court was riot opened on Monday
as it jvas expected it would ' be. Judge
Uroai has not yet qniilllk'd. !
The throwing capacity of tho lllllo
engliim belonging .tutho ililiernlau and
Rough Heady fin? companies will bo
tested to. morrow ovenlng. The contest1
will take place on Ninth struct, near tho
City Jlrowory, and "will be witnessed by '
k large iiumbor of citizen as widl ay II a-
o--- o - ;--- . iit winum i iiurroinui ior mr. inijiusiii oi one iiiinu-
pleased everybody. To-ulghl, and every : ""r-Si d.u.ir., p m spin. is.
. .i ... AH l-ei, Hf nntltlcl nl Itt- by ar tladJ for n.lld
night hereafter, tho company will appear !. i.i been na.ppw.
mi v iM vim- nti ontf rliiliiiiK-nL tluit lili-lil v
foimance.s of i , .
A .A. anger na:i.eJ Itedman adver
t Uses m lost note of hand, btopping at a
Commercial u . . nu j s lo m awl bu.tnilng
ho", o, hi-t l i'ir, v.u.ed t,.i. this
morning, .milium L,j p .o... t bjik, the
nolo of hand aforesaid, and about twenty-five
dollars in gt celibacies Ho was
not In the bet of humors' over his Iosh,'
and talks of "going for" hta land lord.
Capt. Gila Fowlor has rcoliiirtered tho
steamer John Ltimden'to run as a Cairo
aud Kvwnsvllle packet. She will tako
tho place of theLcyelllh to-morrow -tho
hitter boat going; into some other trade.
; When a rlso lukiWplnec In tho river the
the Armada will displace tho Lumsden.
Fine beaver and Chinchilla cloaklngs
lit RtTTKNUOtJSK & Hanny.
Nov.- arrival of Casslmors for boyu and
Gent suits at
Birrr.NHorsu fc Hanny
C. W. Henderson, Commercial Avenue
three doore below Twelfth street lias as
lino a line of boating uiu! cooking stoves
as ctn bo found in the ;oity, all at prices
that cuuuot fail to suit reasonable custo
mers. Ho also kecp3 till kinds of tin waro
and is prepared to put on roofing or put
up guttoring, in tho best stylo on short
'Vlio C.ilro I'rlce !urr.iiiU 4
Th publication of1 tho yesterday's '.
Price Current' was delayed eoveral
hours by the breaking down of tho press
upon which it in printed.
Everybody is laylng ih holiday goods;
but nobody a larger or moro desirablo
stock than Faxons, Davis & Co, They
have doll babloseuough forulltlie "sure
enough" babies In thu State of Illinois;
and their toy tea and dinner sots wotild
"sot" a table ai large as the alto of our
city. Call In thero, Junt before the holi
days, and look at thing3.
Ik lUiMMtti, oilumhtii. Win, Whit, I'.vlncali.
Thmpm Pmn. N O .wjt Wind, UnwiviU
rim Krurn, Mr:nt.fti; JUrjr llininton, LhhIk;
Otofcotr. clo l'Cwrnll, U
Ike linmmln. Mtu-.r'.n.. Wnj. Whit,!VHliuh.
ff'it Wttl, ttTMtt L'uir.irr, Lomotil.':
The weather is almost clear this morn
ing aud quite cool. Lust evening tho
wind suddenly changed and came down
tho Ohio from the north with terrible
force brceklr the chains which fastened
Capt. Phillips' wharfloat to the Levee,
aud sending it, and the steamer Dexter
ami I'iuk Vurbti- which were mado fat
to It, at a sparking rato down stream.
Neither of the steamers had sufficient
Hteatii to control thcmselvvH, and every
ellort was maduto mthv it, but nothing
could bo done until the Hcot had nearly
reached the Mississippi river, when tho
Dexter had generated cnouii Mer.m to
begin to make an ufl'ort to get back.
Very soon tho Varble had steam also,
and the whtilofieet c;inid safely bad: to
the Lcvec tho Dixter towing tho wharf
boataiitl t o Varb'.e ow!ng her own
bargo. NcSthvr tho -camera or wharf
boat were f-orloiirH injured, but tin-
breaking of rhains, nigging mid stagea,
i (the hitler hvin lot), belonging to tho
wtiarfboat, will foal up a loss to dipt.
PhillljH of.cveril hilndretl dollaiu .
Tho rlvor has falli-n 3 lnohw since last
ihieliis n.iiitimi.'-' good.
The MbisUeippi and Missouri arc
slooly falling. Six feet fix Indie are
now rejtorted In .the .Channel to St.
Louis, and two itttiuovu below Cairo.
The Ohio it about t stationary at Pitts
burg and Loul-ivlll.e,! with two feettotho
former oily and fl tet 12 Inches in the
canal. Only fl feet il Inches on "Walker's
Bar. - :
, 'piJV Tli'impson Dean di.charged 300
j cattle here for t'hgo
i'ho Daisies will lestve lor Now Q'rleanfc
mi... i t . ..... . -A-v'
till; rvijmu irciuiik uui lor re-
, nhiputtsiit wuith
Freight fwnthu Bu:n have become ao
plenttdil Ub;v Ihat i tri-weekly Hue of
Hletiinef HI Minn b formed tojilyro
gulurly betwi u thN city mid Now Or
leans. Infrelvft'ihpulhrt wo ate positive
tlitil tht line will b a daily one.
Thu Pouilnt CaV.roll U MnUhlut: hor
crtrit here and will leave for Now Or-
.' leans thl evodlng
I 7T n;y
' 'O'l'K ok I! WD i.omv
! J.Y '
' himi iii. iii hb i.r.unu' i inn n.nl.'t of u
i.i. .. wa nl i i .....o ,i, .,,.,1. . , ...... i
t.. ll'lii ii i,.ii4lr ,il iiktiUm-torily
:.4MltNlli( in kurv- nrtfttl.
nr. Hi lliil 'u s 'tU filial, iff jUl lb" wa'-
. ; ;,w"ifk
j: y. ;ru it.vji'jt
U ( r.')mteil to futniyti !- 1
GrOOCl nTi.'jtS'CX. .'CXToocl
Al prii'ia YiUfh dofy 'iiplV"i fal slfo lo
U!l(' ?i lontty jmr f tl) City,
(lj) lb.' l..il...t iitlf
J.iiiv. ivI.mkvi) sialism Ilidi'ii'K tivl'i'iy, I,onr
i (Jill's ffi'd htnr,fH
j xiHtH.j iMueh'a grocery,
A Itnrr Collection. ivut,i,.. - .
MnK'o Arl, rjuaovene, ct?., cr.niprl.iiDS Talitab!e
inform 't ,i f r crerytoci) .tfcni1ijr" null, ttec ef
po0u;e) for M cat-1. '' ' j
Wr. i:. i:, n ;niANDr,r,fn Mfit stfct, ?t.
I. .u.p, ?.fo. srSTdntrly
jriilnrfcil to inalio a Jollsr tiolljo of the brit lllr f.
tomtl'Otr tuoilfor rrnlorlntf rny hair l it ion;
Iml color, icmlJAcpii'.' furn paokigc.
irYnti Wait I
Nlro While Teeth, Hritllliy Ctinu.atnl aavreettrvath
fen. for our TURKISH DKNTUIFfCE, p'r1c-,
If Von Wniit
A sorcsttr for lts.vtliiihc, Cilarrh, T)furjj, or hm
t,ng In Un i"rf,ieii(l for our iri:u.UTATOCV
ua.Ki,hrtr Uifi'j.y ciit kh:.oi I oti rccrlpt
AJdrr Jorpli K; Ls.hnr, 421 Murkit itrret, .St.
Loul, Mo. i',f7 IjiUw
Of nearly on,- bun Jrtslr"Col.i for mnking bramly
Mlkitut. ol Wine, (Jin, Ale, ISpr, Corlll, Siipi-rlr
I'lilcr, mil mttcli other ttipful Informal. on for thoe
tlpfllloK Inor uinnufacturlng any of tho kbove, either
fJrtho IraJo or homo tto.
fciit by mall, free of pouter, lorio cent. Aiiilrefr
I'.. K. NonilANDV, &0I ilnrkrl Ktrevt, St.l.oulf, Mo.
Sew Mnrrlnse tlulUe.
AN 1S8AT TOR VOL'NO MEN, on 1'hyMologlcal
Errors, Abiifntad Ducaei, liiciJcnt to rputh nil
Rrly Xanhood, which create impeJimcnli to MAR
RIAOK, ivitlnuro nicamof relief. Sentln scalod !
ter entclopo, fri-o of charge. A'Urnif, Dr. 8. SKII
LIN HOUflHTON, HowrJ Aociatlon, 1'hilft'Jel
thf, I'n. 2T!Rw3m
I n $ q ? . ?
TO TUB WORKING CM9rf.-We aro noir pro
pared to fltrnlih All cIamci vrith coniilani employ
nirnt at home, tho whole of the time or for tho iparc
momen!-. Uuilnoix new, light and pro (liable. I'er
sum of cither aex oailly cam from tOc. to SI par
ovenltis, and n prnportlonM mm by deTOtlng their
whole ttmo to tho business. Iloyi and c" carB
nearly m muoh a men. That all who eo thU
notice may send their addretK, and let the btul
ncs, ra make this unpirallcJ oficr To iwh as aro
Jiotwel! jatUpcd, wc will lend $1 to pay for tb
troubli- of wrltinjr. Full pntticulara, a Tahtablc atu
pie, whleh will do to commence work on, and a copy
of 'Tho I'eoplo'H Literary Companion' one of tho
largentand Ut fimily nowipapora published alt
font free by mall. Reader, If yon want permnnent,
profitable work, aidrcei R. C. ALLKN 'A CO.,
Airin. Mautr. no diwim
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