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I'llMSItKIl Itr JOHN II. OBKM.Y A CO.
M. B. ItAW'.KLL, AHSOCIATK KMTOIl.
MONDAY, NOVUM IJHH 22, 1800.
si Under' Chill Cure "II never
.ligostura Bitter', V. H. Scb utter.
e agent, Cairo, Illinois, oe L'tr
hull oysters, game, etc can ulwayn
mired lit Walker t wason's restau
t. Nov 2 tf
r. "V. It. Hmith has a surplun of fresh
cine mutter which he will sell t.j phy
an in wnntoffhe article. It
verythlng tlmt can bVfouiul in any
rood" iiou.ib In the city, can be se
d at 1. llielly's at cost price or less,
h- I- determined to dose out. tf.
Ir.it i lai day board can be
ired at Walker and SHson'a for
er weuk The bill of fnro. coridst.stof
ho best in the market, served by ex-
UMtereisin an uuexuuptlonablf style
grand ball vill be given by tile
ro CatMnn, on tho evening of Decern
27, If-OO Committee of Arrange-
. Ij, Thomas, Vh, ALHA,
I. Sji.vichiii'uo, Of.okok Latt:o:k.
rs A. Uarber, No. 142 Commercial
ntii', having relieved her shelves of
old Mock, now preeutH to the trade a
it complete and attractive stock of
finery and fancy good, ladles and
dren's underwear, a tine line of em
derles, lncee,- handkerchief, collars,
imlngs, ote.,.af the very )'f?4
it fashionable styles; and which Mic
anil win jell very low, for cash. The
ei of the city are invited to call and
)ect tho new stock.
loaks made In the best and mmt fash-
ible style, of any le-lred material.
ivlf! 2w fc , ..
S'alr nud SJuppr.
he Sisters of fit. Mary' Infirmary an
nee to the kind ami charitable, that
f will bold a fair and supper for four
esslve nights, beginning Monday
. l.th, and ending tho 16th. Its object
liquidate the debt laU)lycqntraeted
ho erection of their n"ow ami coin
llous hospital building,
his being the first time the rood SIs
have applied to the citizens of Cairo,
beral patronage of the friends of the
r aud afflicted Is requested, No pain
be spared to make this fair and sup
the most remunerative and Interest
of any held heretofore; and with a
v to iu certain success, donations are
ifctfully solicited of article oraa
ttal and useful. The charitably die-
d ladies of the city ara cordially, In,
d to co-operate In the good work.
JTther notice as to thvfair-wlll-bo-
n In due time.
ivlteSrd dt 1.
lea Tna Maa.llowr ba Mriu4lba
ladal of a Married l.mljra .ItTrrllana
,4 gel UW Far llomnl.
i Cairo, to a much leis extent than in
,ucub, ure the young mn tilncom
cu and noodles. Indeed, we are not
cted In that way half as severely as
t towns are. Generally "peaking, our
ng men are well stocked with com-
1, practical sense. o have In our
dV eye, however, ono young gentle
i who scarcely adml.s of nuch aclass-
ition. He is a nice" young man
iks he Is "pretty," and believes him-
a Jady fascinator of the Irresistible
. The tie of his cravat Is always
jjessnd hi ambroal locks give oiit
e delightful odors than the famed
sgue does hateful htinks. Captivating
hearts of artless maids had been mere
.line with thisyouni: man. Comments
hat kind he could, number by the
en, In fact, they were too easily
Ieved to bo highly prized. He tticro
reHolTed tostortn the cltadei of a mar
I laiVy'a an'ections! Hi had marked
riotim but with no btuur motive, bo.
tnderstood, than to determine if he
a not, In truth, perfectly irreslstluble,
II, he stalled tho aforesaid citadel,
lat arts he practiced, what charnis he
ployed, we cannot my. We only
w that he was patlstled with his pro.
hs, No'much so that he was quite sure
t ho might safely venture to assuro
ludy of tho love that was "consum
lilin." The piwt-nnlce should be tho
Hum of communication, and he would
to. A doKcn nete were penned, and
ait thgjo.llowlng: "I take my pen In
1 1 hope these few lines may find you
same. No nife can cut our love In
, If you love m,e t J love you, and
w 1 bid you a hnrtfelt adoo." This
ted him. It was the very thing, and
aid fetch1 her," certain.
'he ensuing evening a well developed,
d-tlsted gentleman met the elegant
j.or, and rammed the,crumpled note
ler his nose, with a remark that was
lerdtood to-be: "You d-Hl luslgnill
it poodle'lr you over insult my'wife
ilu, I'll cowhide you within an Inch
your life." Then giving th? yonnj:
n a box upon tho ear that stint him
ding from the sidewalk, the irato hus -u4
turneiTupon his heel, and bent his
Nearly two months have elapsed since
in, aad Uiobo who know, aver most
iltlvely that tho "Irresistible" young
in has not made a singlo assault-upou
tjcijadel of a married lady'.ii afloo"
us, during the entire period. He is
red of that and again expends his
eetness on the misses.
A OXDEKFLX JOVR'KY.
ANRVflN VIM It OLD HOY WAI.KK TWO
TIIOt'HAM) MlIiKN WITH A CIIAZY
Iteranrkalilr irlp from
Cairo tn Call-
Many of our local, readers will be able
to recall a memory of ono Samuel II.
Johnson, an individual who wore n per
fect shock of red hair, and delighted in
the sobrlquat of "I'rofodior." Although
not a resident. of the Immediate city, he
was dally in our streets; and by his quaint
wujs, Birnuc Him poiuoumui lacouerent
cxprujons; attracted considerable aU
tentfonrThose who knew him well'
knew his mind to be bordering on Insan
ity, whilst others, probably, ascribed his
Irregular demeanor and rambling
speech toan eccentric nature. He some
times appeared In ourstreets bareheaded
and frequently bare-footed, treating all
who approached hlm,Jwltlf due "courtesy ;
but permitting famlllnrily on the part of
Early ,lat summer tho "Professor,"
without any preparation, and even with
out announcing his purpose to his wife,
left home, taking with him a little son,
aged about seven years. A- day or-two,
was permitted to pais by, the
wife aud mother autiolpatlng an
early return of the husband and
child; but as they came not, she
instituted inquiry as to their wherea
bouts. Although, understanding the
unsettled coadilionof the husband's mind
she never believed for a moment that he
had summarily disposed of himself, and
she was equally assured of the safety of
the (child, Weeks and months passed,
yet no tidings came of the absent ones.
It could not even bo ascertained by what
conveyance they had left the city.
They had departed with such cloth
i'nga? they had on their person's, and if
tfie "Professor" had any money, his
wife was not aware of the fact.
A few weeks ago Mrs received a
'otter from Dr. Taggart, at Halt Lake
City, enclosing to her a paragraph'
clipped from . a California pa
per. This paragraph announ
;xd that a man, answering
the description of her husband, accom
panied by a seven year old boy, had
been arrested as an Insane persoi, near
Hacramento, California. : He was ragged
aud travel-worn, aud tho little boy was
In a condition equally pitiable. Tho
holo distance from Cairo to California
had been made by them po,foot. They
had traveled steadily, begging food on
the way, (Fometimes fasting and (hint,
Ing fptviisyssjutooMtiuuIg Uilrjour.-jey
the while, as
If the route abounded In ,
extravagant nlentv. Tho "Professor." I
inspired by the insaue Idea that Cali
fornia was indeed a land of gold, exerted
superhuman strength, carrvlni; the
boy in Ills arms for hoars after tho lad's
wearied legs had refused to support him
further. Night and day. week after
eek, tho Journey was pursued, until tho
gap between them aud home had widen
ed out to a distance of more than two
thousand miles, closing the last day
with a walk of over thirty-miles, stop
ping for food and rest at a residence a
few miles, dibtaut from Hacramento, the
"1'rofenor" betrayed such unmistakable
evidences, of Insanity that the "man I
of the house'" felt called upon, In the
Interest of humanity, to have him prop
erly provided for. The following day
a jury or inquesi was. jmpjinqeueu, anu
upon their yerdlct'ue fProfesaor1?. raa
admitted into the Btocklorr Insane Asy
lum, whero he now is.
Theso facts being communicated by the
newspaper paragraph spoken or, tuo
relatives of the unfortunate man placed
themselves In correspondence with the
keener of tueAsvlum, and by recent
mall recelvedjipholograph ofjhe ''Pro
fensor" which any one, who knows mm,
will roeogrilzb at sight. The little boy
speaks of nfTectlouate and paroutal treat.
mont during the long and laborloUH
ourncy, and of the father's frequeut and
romarkablc self-denial, for his comfort.
We question it tuuoh If there- lsanoth-
erhoveu year old boy living, who has
made, on fool, contluuoua Journey of
two thousand miles no one,- certainly,
in chargo of a crany father. "
Of tue purpose of the relative?, now
that they hava ascertained the where
abouts of the "Professor" and his little
boy, we have not been advised. For the
time being, at least, he had bettor re
main whore he is.
Kod I ion Triumphant.
The lied Lion Alpacca (he great al
pacca of the age and the best goods for
the money In America. All who have
seen this alpacca are delighted with its
richness and gloss. Iu width, color and
texture, It la superior to' any everoflered.
Cunningham's is tho only place In the
Uy where the goods can be found. He
can ofTer as good an article of this cele
brated brand for 75 cents as can be
bought elsewhere 'for 'SI 00. We -will
convince uny.ono of the truth of this
statement who will 'give us nn opportu
nity to exhibit these goods, M5t
C. W. Henderson, Commercial Avenue
three doore below Twelfth street has as
line a lino of heating and cooking stoves
as can bo found in the city, all at prices
thatcannot fato, sujt rqa89ftatblo-o.U8q-7
mers. Ho also keeps all kinds of tin ware
and is prepared to put on roofing or put
up guttering, in the best atylo on short
notice. , JJoylQ.Sw,'
1 THE X37 LOST FOUND.
A Happy Itf-unl on.
During the early stages of the rebellion
the Twenty-second Illinois Inf.Mtry wet
one among tho many regiments that
rendezvoused in Cairo. The presenco of
so many soldiers here, the martial musks
and tho "pomp and circumstance" )f
war, enthused many a young heart wi;h
a patriotic fervor, nnd among others that
of master Georgo IJchmls, n lad only tlx
j or80Ven year8 ,)f fcg0,
qualnte(1-wUh Homo of
II o became &c
tit SS M . .
qualntea with some or me -ooys" or toe
old 22nd, and when that regiment left
Cairo for scenes of aotlve service, he fol
lowed It. What his expericn?es vers
during thojyeam of war that ensuet', we
are not advised. JIo remained wit:i tht
regiment until the close of the war,Join
Ing In all of Its long and wearisome
marches, aud sharing with it many of
tho dangers Incident to a time o: war.
As months and years passed by without
bringing any Intelligence of the nlssing
boy to the distressed parent?, they
mourned him ns dead. Tlmo touched
them soothingly, nnd wore oft" the sharp
er pangs of their grief, but loving
memory of the boy remafbed with them,
warm as the hearts that cherished it.
. About .1 o'clock yesterday a well
grewu lad of fifteen years, made his ap
pearance on the MisHU-sIppl Levee, at a
point where a licet of barges Is moored,
aud where the Property Trustees have
been making Improvements. lie had
been there but a momout when, a middle-aged
man and woman emerged from
the undergrowth, on the insldo of tho
leree, and with a wild excla
mation of Joy, pressed him
to their bosoms; and scarcely had
thisfrccne terminated, when tho Inmates
of a family boat near by, hurried to the
spot, each In turn hugging the lad to his or
her bosom, in whatfieemed to be a perfect
paroxysm of happiness. Then there was
u hearty shaking of hands all around,
greatt tears of Joy welling up from eyes
unused to tears for the long lost son,
Georgo fiohmls, was at home again!
Eight years had changed both parents
nnd child, but the recognition was quick,
and the greeting ardent beyond descrip
tion. The "little boy" Is now nearly a
man, aud when his mother addressed
him In his native tongue (German) he
confesbed that he had lost all knowedge
of the language aud could not under
stand her. To all, the meeting was ono
of Joy and gratitude, except to a little
felloK about six or seven years old,
whom Georgo had lefc at home in the
cradle. He couldn't understand why
father and mother should malic such an
tdo over , b, . b b t
when he was told it was tils brother, his
heart warmed somewhat toward him,
because, as he afterwards told his play
mates, he alwysfid want a "big broth
er" to "lam" the boys that abused him.
Hay Ccorge, bow that he Is at home,
show himself deserving of tno great
measure of parental aflectlon his.roturn
Tli Katie 1'atnam Traup.
Patrons ol the drama will beglad tolearn
hat tha Ivntla Putnam Mntrnnnlltnti
.,. K-nt,. ,,.,.,,
igUr Troupe, will undoubtedly arrive In
this city on the 20th Inst., aud imme
diately enter upon a fourweok's engage
ment at ths Atheneum. The company
comprises seme of the best talent in the
profession, and at Peoria, Quincy,
Springfield, and other cities "carried
everything by storm." The press is
lavish In its praise of the company, pro
nouncing it the best now traveling.
There will be a mailing of the Ger
man School Association, in the school
house on Fourteenth street, at S o'clock
this evening, when and where all por
sons interested will pleuse nttend.
Uy order of the
It ftfJiopn TnrsTEKs.
The "Palace Varletli's"Issucoeedlng in
a manner quite equal to the proprietor's
anticipations. The house Is crowded
nightly and the performances pass off to
the satisfaction, of everybody, During
tho ensuing week probably this even
ingtwo now members will be added to
the compauy, greatly Increasing the
variety and Interest of tho exhibitions.
The establishment commands tho patro-
i nage of many of our prominent citlzeus,
a raci or which anynouymay ue con
vinced by looking in occasionally. There
are seats for colored people, entirely
separate and apart from tho auditorium.
The St. Mcholas Hotel N kept upon
tbc'Europeaii plan, tho guest getting
what he may call for, Hrid paying for
nothing else. There is, however, a
able d'hote, and regular day borders
are accommodated at tho lowest possible
Another distinguishing feature of tho
establishment is, the genuine old fash
ioned hospitality that prevails. Every
body feels entirely at home, tho pro.
prietors being ns kind andattontlvoas
men can.b.oand the servaus apparently
antjeipating the wants of the patron
Wnltopc Hlunnu ltllllnrd TTnllnml
Restaurant Is tho contor of attraction for
fltrangcrs'nnd others who would strength
en "the inner mau with fresh oysters,
stewed, raw, roasted or fried; quail on
toast, venison, llsh or any other liixur
ous or Hubstuutinl edible; or puss an hnu
with the "cue" in the largest and bes
billiard hall in the city. tf
j rh lnta reople and Their Klrkts.
of Pulaski county, desiring to bo heard
in the constitutional convention, held a
, mass meeting, appointed a delegate, and
I amongothcr tilings rcsolvod that If It be
' camo necessary they would "take up
I their muskotfl Id defenso of their rights."
i Tho sober-second thought overtaking
theso rcsolutcrs, thoy arrived at tho con
elusion that thoy had bcenallttlo too
fast, nnd, calling another convention,
passed tho following explanatory resolu
tion, which we copy from the Mound City
We tho Collard Citizens of Mouud City
Pulaska County State of Illinois Meet In
Convention on the 4 is and then and
thero Itcsolved that tho word take up
aims was Constnned in a different mean
ing. When the word made use of was
that If needs Iieo wo would again take
up arms as we had Before don when
Cold on so to Doo. and not that If wo did
not get our vote as the Journal claims
we Khould Hay We hope tho Sheet will
pleae Coppy and give tho Wright Mean
ing to tho word tnado mo of By the Con
vention F II Pottce Edltoe
Rev Honey Willet Cairman
of tho meeting
Iteubeu Wllklns Soctarey
of the meeting "
Jn. Q. llarmna fttr Nrcrrtarjr r tbe
The Peoria 'National Domocrat' has
the following with regard to Jno. Q.
Harman for secretary of the constitu
tional convention, which wo most cordi
The office of clerk of the constitution
al convention, soon to meet at Spring
field, Is an important one, and calls for
a peculiar kind of talent. No inexper
ienced man can assume that position and
discharge well its arduous duties. He
must have experience, a natnral apti
tude for performance of that kind of
business and tho habit of doing It cor
cctly. We know of no man in tho Stato who
possesses the qaliflcatlons In a greater de
gree than John Ci- Harman of Cairo,
He is an accomplished clerk, nnd has a
long and varied experience, that will
enable him to enter the offlco as perfect
in bis knowledge of Its duties as most of
men would possess on leaving It. Such
n man in the clerk's chair would greatly
oxpedite business, be great assistance to
tho mombers in their duties, and' render
It easy and pleasant to them in tbe
prosecution or the business of the Con
vention. In all that makes a good clerk,
Mr. Harman excels.
The CalraOalral :iaattra
Are now prepared to receive on sterngo
and transfer to boats or barges all kinds
Wo do not advance upon,, or buy or
sell grain on commission, but confine
ourselves strictly to the elevating, stor
age and transfer business.
Our facilities are ample, and we shall
useourutmo9t exertions to glvo satisfac
tion In tho handling of grain, and will
roturn to tho consignor, whenever desired,
a statement of the weight ot, each car
Our rates of storage Include all our
charges from the car to tbe boat.
J. A E. IlL'CKi.vaiiAM.
Cairo, November IS, 1SC0.
ItATKS OK STOHACU:.
Sound grain, 2c per bu. first twenty
days or part thereof, and each addi
tional Ave days or part thereof.
Unsound grain, 2c por bu. first five
days or part thorcof, and Jo each addi
tional five days or part thereof.
Bagging grain and tylug bags, c per
Bsgglng grain and and sewing bags,
lc per bushel. nov 2-2 dot
TU Cast or Jai.
We hayo been disposed to complain of
tho high price charged for gas by the
Cairo gas company; but a comparison
of our figures with those of othor cities,
shows that complaints on that seoro are
not very well grounded. The price of
gas In St. Louis per 1000 feet Is $4 17;
In Washington 14 10; In Cincinnati
$3 33; Chicago f3 S ; Detroit ft 00; Now
Orleans .5 SO; In Cairo ?4 50.
If the demand for gas hero were equal
to the capacity of our works, tho prlco
could and no doubt would, be reduced to
?3S0, but, taking the small consumption
and the price. ot coal into consideration,
a less figure than that now charged
would not be consistent with .solvency.
- . -
It. Imytti Ar Co.
B. Smyth & Co., Cairo, are dolnr u
large business tho presont season in the
wholesale liquor trade. Beasou; they
carry an immense stock, sell low, and
can furnish the choicest quality of liquors
to be had In the country. Mound City
Messrs. Smyth tfc Co. rank equally htgt
among our wholesale grocern, keeping
such a stuck as tho trado dcmand,'and
successfully competing with neighbor
ing markets in point of prices. Their
house is the oldest of tho kind in the city,
and has ever borne a first class reputa
tion, amongj the patrons of tho Cairo
The Nlitall Vot.
It would be well for our authorities to'
enforce, without delay, such measures as
will shield our olty from tho ravages of.
the small pox An ounce of pretention
Is worth a tou of cure, and should he ap-'
plied whilo It may be with due effect,
Parents Khould see to it that their
children are vaccinated, and tho proper
ofllcers should compel the complete Isol
ation of every case that dovekopes Itself.
Due care in this respect will prevent a
recurrence of tho scenes of sullorlug of
last Wlntor, although H may not wholly
prevent tho outbreak of the disease.
. -. ,. .
, Cairo Lodge No. 237, A, P. 4 A, M.,
Vwlll hold a stated communication
this (Monday) evening. Nov. (22nd, A.
L. 58e9,ftt 7J o'cloek. Visitors frater
nally invited. By order of the W. M,
CsTAft. Fokrbht, Bec'y.
, l 3 i t
It I Isnpestlfcle
To complete the outfit of the culinary de
partment without a supply of "Dooiey'
Baking Powder." Tho best, purest and
cheapest powder known, as one pound
will go turther ;than two pounds of
ordinary manufacture, and from It can
bo made tho sweetest and lightest klusl
of buscuits, rolls, corn-cake, Ac, ko..
every time to porfectiou. Ouo tr'alwlli
convince tbe most skeptical of Its superi
ority ever all.othors. For sale by .Ore
An anonymous co-respondent Js some
what incensed that tho departure of
father Coe from Cairo, was not an
nouucfd In the' 'Bulletin,' with allusion
to his worth as a minister and his excel
lence as a eltleen. aTo do this was peso
Marly the province of the members of Ids
congregation, We should bar publish
ed any expression from such a souroe,
with pleasure, and wero not little sur
prised that In all his congregation, ejif At
least eno hundred persons, there was osi
one that was ready and willing to pub
W. H. Schutter cenflnos himlelf strict
ly to tho wholesale liquor trade, 'and bj
a faicand upright course of dealing. faa
built up a bussluess secoud to that of no
other like house in tbe country. Th
popularity of his brands Is wide-spread,
and with retailers it Is a "big card"(to le
ablo to truthfully say: "I bought my
liquors of Hohutter.,"
Mr. Milligan, of tht Jaekson, (Tenn.)
THbWe, was in the city to-day, eu roots
for Evansvllie, and other towns on th
Pitchers. Henry's large stock of hArd,
ware, cutlory, tools, stoves, tinware, ete)
will be sold without regard to cost.
Glovea tad Mlu
A-full supply at Rlelly's, and going off.
at actual cost. , " ' tf'
A partner in a shoe sdop. Address P
O. Uox 307. t
Ender'e Stomach Bitters! "Toe beat
In uso." ,
" '"''' iS i'J
" P. Rlolly has a largo stock of hat,
which will bo sold at New York whole
sale prices. tf .
finslnaaa Itoua for Kent.
That eligibly situated business house
No8Tliorhton'fl'M6cki Tenth "atfeet,Is V
for rent. Apply on the premises.
Vsirst rural JKarst '-,
it vou want to ouv rurs cuoaoer inaa
they , were ever offered in Cairo, will call
at P.' itlolly's. He has a good'' assort 1
nient which ho will sell very low. tf
First class day board at Walker fc Sis
on's restaurant, at ?5 per week. tf
Kajr Eoat. -J
Small flat store door key, "L. Yale, Jr..,
SOT" stamped on tho Bide.
Tbe finder will be properly rewarded
by leaving tho samo at this office.
Tho Continental is the only cook stovo
with sliding oven doors. Warranted In
all respects. Pitcher Henry, at 192
Commercial avenue, cor. 12th street.
"By the Continental," in the early
days of the Hopubllo was, by tbe witch
killing fanatics, called profanity.
In this more enlightened agejlt'bi
deemed an evidenco of sound morals art
well as of good sense to glye the advlc
"Buy tho Continental," as It In not only
tho cheapest but the best stove In thu
For sale by Pitcher fc Henry, 19 Com
mercial avenue, eor. 12th street.
JJI SHOLUTION NOTICE.
Tho coprlnf nhip hrtofir txMlog bflwui 4.
II. I'lTdn nnd K 0, Ul, under it nun ikiiw t
A. II. Cyd A Co.. In' Uilc " iUJ b-n dff'olrtJ b.
ruulual fonwfiil. Mr. daul will cnotinnr Ihw bui
nt iu hi oi nm yj ll dtUt of th UUflnr.,
tml ' uthnrli4 to cefirct alt dbl dne h (imr.
Cairo 111.. .ot. I, l9. A. .-VDE,
nnWJt J). O. HAUL.
" COAL OIL!
- . .. 10 If
FIFTY ll.tllRFL '
Standard White v
' . y" r.-3. Jrot0
i 1 1 :
O GAB CONBUMKRi.
Mew.o". YrACo.,nftx nu. KlahVa
irretiuid Comssretl aTtinue, Iit supiU.l thtn
Mlrtr wTlh ana of U. MIaal A Uo.'s Utll.Ua),
Mrtar T'W s. .Pwtlot JtlHa with Ihs rcaulw- -Ick
of trieir imli'r"cln-Borf hsttfthkm ttia? -It ihei;
mrtarrafouajllrolI(i nmtil nfta pf;U'.'itJ
wUI lie vhauedlo thu paiJi' c.iuiDcilj U lb- mlJ
I tnxmd IncSrrret. riOrharRo will rm sawia ' lf
VALUABLE CITY PROPKRT YFm
c XBAE-iT 1-
A KlUlbly NuiaTXl Uw.illar Ma-liVJjS
' I will sl( riv JiwMllrif Keua-VaftafUd saUMiVM-.tr
if Hlxth aud Walnut, with the two lot upon which It
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