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rUUMHUKD KY JOHJf U. OBERLT A CO.
M. . ITARI1XLT., IfeBOCIATS HOITOn.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBKK 23. 1810.
For rlvor news, see tlilrtl page'-
Chill Curt. "IV never
Angostura UittorV W. H. Suhulter,r
lole niftfiit, Cairo, llliuol). oo2.r?m
A partnirln shoe sdop.
.-Sbill oysters, gam, etc., enn always
a secured at Walker fc Hlsson'e restau
Boy?' overcoats ln;ndle.a varletr at P.
fl"., Nn. ;o( Ohio Lve, Cairo,
IllnoJ. ' tf
Pitcher A Henry's lart;e 'ock of lurd.
mre. cutlerv. tool. .tovi.. tin war, t
dll !i old without regard to oot.
Krerythlng that enn be found Jn any
ry goods bouso In the city, can be ie-
un-d at P. Jtielly'n at cost price or los,
s be it d.eruihied Jo cjoic out- tfw'.
IfiDiigh thy luauepcvof Gon. Logun
J 'firludnle "New llih' hua been
warded tho contract for publishing tho
lull routes of Tlliiiolv a con'rac' that
ntlrely worth taking
.Mr. C&ssett, formerly prsas-maa totb
iullf tinjf was relieved of his wallet In a
urbondulo boardlngliouse, ono day last
e'fc, while ho wa enjoying hfr tnutl
Cairo ha developed beveral nrettv
loan thieves, but It has remained for
arbandale to produce one mean cnourh
rluckruirlriter. Talk about shtep-
H.ing, egg-ucklng dogi-'they are not a
J-'Jrsi cUi 'day board at Walker & Ois
J 'a restaurant, at $5 por vk. tt
uenrs. vy. 11. irockweii X- C.t. are al
ays Iwuntlfully supplied with all the
agazines, periodicals, daily abd weekly
) tho book, and stationary buslnew. I
lu qeestlon It much, whether thero is a
irer and more comnleto establiebment
'ill k'nH In Tltlni.trf An . I
ers. Cox, and Ititter and Fronch, In
large, .gentlemen with whom it It a ,
eaure to do builuess always oblli'ln'-.
ompt aad rallublc. As uual Meir. ,
f. II. It A Co. arc lavlinr In n mifnifl.
tut supply of holiday roods. '
The latest and mont comfortable artl-'
e In use is tho patent Alaska P.ooti
aey ar selling fantai P. Nir's, No. 70,
llo Iveo. tf
Ml. Abrahams, for a year or more an
aitant teacher in the Clro public
hool, Ih now teaching in tho Soldier7
p!iBusn Home, In Blcomltigton A
rt of the lnqulrr recently Instituted
Governor Palmar was to ascertain
bather or not Miss A- bad cruelly beat-
i har pupil.. 'uch i. charge wa pre
rred, buttheevidence ofother teachers,
id Miss A,'a former leather, nude it ap
ar that It was quite Impossible that he
uld evan mark tho skin of the tender
t child under her charge. MIih A. it
) doubt an axcellant lady; but when In
ilro, soma of the patrons of her ncliool
ijected most detldedlv to her manner
"shak'te" her pupils. She mav, bow
er, hava outlived that hablf yielded
to the (1. mahdt of oiir beUer civlli'a-
Bitters: "Tn Vest
For fashionable and well made cloth-
if, go toP. NerT'a, No. 70, Ohio Iri?e. tf
Thai. 'Uelly" Froblrw, air.
o probabilities of it truthfitlne Htnnd
one against ohq j:
The correoPanswer Ih'lio Ui. As 'he
opounderof tho problem does not glvo
e solntiuUfrtart .low to deter-
Ina by what means .such h result Is
he authors of enimaa nutnbrticd : and J
d 3, wlllpleuse hand In thnlr answers ; :
d in tho future, parties submitting '
igmas, mathematical problems or
I'lie nrnhlnni ithmffferl nn tlir,"'.! in. !
ini, nas notoeen corrccuy auswereu. i "'rl "c "'u1"' no i , jmr.ii m iuuiiu aajwucre, ami -.nat tne nvpiiuo. hivlm- miinvnrl imr iw.ivnr
T I ... .. . . . a. I
e correspondtut says that if A. sillea w,t" llifa Plnt two've milt a n;irtv who reject our pliers to accept tho , v. " ... ........ .
...... - .. fAry. Pl,w. Hl.r A-L-..Uoc n.. lUir.llfl I j ..r- I ... t , i.. uw unug n
km me .nun .i umrs in : n h ; mm "HV ""fi ""' wu .w. i uiKaiun ui umur uirwu aiiaofi invnr- mn.t r..rvi..ir. ...,i ,i..o. '
rtrifl 1 ft f Itvitta tit T t li u f nit tumhutlni 1 day of last Oatober Mr. Vlllniore. I whoso , !ablv Iosp monnr hr nn ilftitif. .... . - ...... h
w " -- m wv4mu.i : -;;v i " ' mi iinerv anu lanev trowis. lad u' ami
by A. and B. and denied by P. I Ki veil iiamo is Albert alas ".Tosoi-h,-' for, Next season we exnect to soli at irast ni.it.i rn tinIortiir 1 firm linn Afnrn.
dsas nfcUtrailKed, or, Jn other words, short". tart(vl far Pine BimTlu company , 10,00-3 bogheads, and to obtain for ttiom broideries. Ijuos. liamlkpridiiuf. poIIum. ' n..
zzlos aolutlon, will, ploase enclose p?ct the urreat of tho young-men for the I
us at the same time, tho answorson a
parato piece of paper.
Au Attempted Jtotibrry. . .
Night before last Mr. Harmau Able
is accosted by a atraagar,' near the post
ice, with an inquiry as to the direction
should purstio to reach tho steamboat
ldlng. bAbl being an accommodating
ntlemau, was in tho uot of pointing
t tno direction, wnon the slranKcr
upod upon him and undertook; a car-
tlngjob, which, but for the prompt Hr
'al of Jrid Arnold, may hava proved a
The would-be garroter wat escorted
tho calaboose, and next morning was
Id to antwer a charge of an assault
th intent to commit a robbery, lu a
ud of itJQO. Being uuable to furnish
surity he was conveyed to tho county
I, where he now is. Hpgavohis name
P. Klelly has jdnn atock, of hatt,
ucn wiiLixooja atHuw lork. wholo-
STREtfr IT LLIJiC
The JW-aneasmcat of tbo Property Ileus
iiHnMKtrnto trie city Orani'll.
Thu list of city property benefitted by
the street filling it now bein placed In
t.vne in this office. A conv u" thu list
will bo filed in tile Circuit Court, with r
' petition attached, asking tho appoint
j mont of flvo commissioners to assess tlie
I proportionate benefits over injuries tliat
' liavo accru'eM' 'tv all the real estate
defccrlbedjthjj sajd list. If, however,
two thirds of tho property owners Inter
ested shall suggest to the court tho
i names of two persons whom they would
have servo as commissioners! the court
i shall accept such persons and procoed to
the appointment of two others, and the
four thus choson, shall seloct the liftb.
These commissioners, after giving four-
cu days' notice, shall proceed to a per
nuuiw cAuminaiion oi mo property, ana
shall hear evHeuco touching the esti
mates and assessments to bo mado by
them. Kueli lot or parcel of land shall
be AMheMcrt In thu ratio of bonefiU, Its
proportionate amount of special benefit
by reason of the streot filling, over and
above the Injury thereto, If any, havinff
a duo regsrd, In making auh assess
mont, to the value and location of the
property. When the assessment Is fin
ished and filed with lh clerk of tho Cir
cuit Court, any person dlsatlsflod may,
any lime within twenty-days from tho
date of the filing, appeal to thj circuit
court, and If the complaint is well
grounded tho court may alter or modify
the assessment. Tho commissioners shall
then give ten days' notice of the filing af
the assessment, and roquiro payment of
the several Assessments with lnMtbo per
iod of ono hundred days, "or in vuch
,t!mr and manner at th? CVy Council may
A t the rl.ik of being tedious have
entered somewhat Into details.
It li highly Important that men of
; good Judcment bo appointed as cooimls
"ionerj to make the assessment
It Is a
Job that will require tho exorcise of tbn
roundest discretion, aud even our best
tneu Mi lo P,ve ntlrc satisfaction.
Ad, furthermore, when the asM-ment
U'anKinlnted. Hi IK- fnitttll ul,nt,ll I
crclxi tho discretion they may, under tho
provisions of the law which we quote
Hntl Italicize, nd fir a tlms and pro-1
?crIoe A mnacr of payment-that will ,
not seriously oppress or Incommod tho
owners of the afsested property. In onr '
opinion t wjjmv; iho part or wisdom, l-'itj uhc. It;s, produced by forcing air
and an act that everybody will coin- through naptha. Below a temperature
merfd, to make tho aMcmments payable of 40 no gn hjroduced, above thai tem
in city scrip, In live cqoaVan'riual Jn- poraturvan article is produced tbat ia
stallmeuts The city has no call for ac- more or lew explosive, according to the
tual cash; the dU for 'wHlctf tha degree of temperature.
paid by Pe present genrratlod ft1
scernstous that- the utrao-Mettlency '
may bo given as to time, and tho very !
cnprHff rupr l nimN in nrnv fin t m rrr r r r
ns to us that-the utmost Iwiie'ncy 1
i bo glvcnas i to time, and the very !
of makhrrtfie asseinct-'s f?abio
In scrip wlli plap rur cdjiilshoaljhy;
financiHi footing. Terat jaade thUH
eauy will scarcely be ; r'iifetwl by the
raostcaptiou.- citizen, during a period
of five years the entire aajo&smcnt will
bo paid without oppressing, or eerlously
iuconvenieucing tho property owner of
tht most limited means. - ji
A tremondous stock of boys' xiiTl'
youths' clothing justrecclvcd atP. NefTn
No. 79, Ohio Levee, at prices to suit tho
A ttl'HTERlOl'S DISAPPKAIt
A iiiiKrj, J.o.ci.lrf If nsttKuit,
Mm. VIllmora'nlddle agcd'jromaa,
evidontly iajflndlfent' clrcumancgs,
5.illod on us tills" morning in a "hunt
with two young men of the neighbor
hood, ftlledgmg a purpose to attend
church. Since tbut time ho has not
,eon seen, and Mrs. V mo.it diligent
nnd onxIpu.H Inquiries hava failed to
i arty "Informa'tloii whatever that
i points with certainty to' hb fate or
whereabouts. One of the young men told j
Mri' aKro coob that Vjllmoro was '
,,cad ad onjolned secresy upon her.
lTpon thla taetimony Mrs. V. trlod toef-
miuiuu ui iiui iiiia. lauu, uut ir.Q aiituor- I
ities advising hor that sho would ho call-
ed upon to prove that hor husband had J
actually boon killed before sho could l
punish anybody for killing him,
abandoned tho Ideaof such n prosecution,
and started out on a tour of inquiry. Sho
has traveled many hundred, mllos, most
of tho time under clrcuirjsteuces welj
calculated to uiinervo tho stoutest heart
aud palsy tho most reyoluto will. Kbe
had just returned from Assumption, in
this state, whore, at ouo tlmo. Mr. Ylll-
Vn.re lived; but ho had not been there. !
and his ocqualntances know notjiiiig of
hi. wheieutToutsT'TliV nrobabil ties arV
very strong that tiiotwo yo.ungmep wvho
- - j
accompauicu nim irom ins noma to rjne
Blufr, made way with him; and that tlte
assurance one. of them gavo tho negro
cook, that Mrs. V. would never roe her
husbnud ngiihi, Is entlUod to full orcd-
A full nupply at Xtl(illy5fi,"iihd going oil j
New styles of Hats and Caps just re-
celvod at P. NefTM, 7J, OhioLovoo. This
la tho only Btoro In the city tbut keeps a
full tock of goods In that line. tf
"'.Road A. Lohr's new advertisement.
Ho wholesale.! alo In bottles, quarter and
half bbls., and nn A No. 1 article of beer,
oda water, etc. His brand arc puro,
und prices as low as tho lowest. Givo
him a call.
The completest stocu of gentlomon's
fitruishing gooda In tho city, is to be Ptock before you conchldo to buy elsr
found at Miller and Miller's. It would "Where. Ho always keep? on hand tho
bo a remarkable want, Indeed, In this
line that they cannot satisfactorily supply
at tbe re ry lotrt figures rt'ltag In; the
An old lady by the name of Hinde ar-'
rived on the carflthlsmorniDgpennlles.
Hhe cam from the neighborhood of De- i
catur, and on the way down lost out of'
her pocket, or;had stolen from her,vory I
ccntahohad with her. viz: thirty dol-
law. Owing to this loss she U compelled
to ask such assistance of the charitably
disposed among us as will pay her pns- j
Alfred t. feewclf Aftb., the eh terpmlnc
publislicrs of the 'Llttlo Corporal,' have
Just Issued the Initial (January) number
of a little quarterly magazine, devoted
exclusively to school exhibitions, reci
tations, tableaux, etc. It will prove a
great help to touchers and scholars In the
act of getting up any kind of school cu
tcrtainments, and will contain appro
priate dialogues and selections, to be
found In no other publication. It Is en
titled the 'Little Corporal fc'chool Festi
val,' and is furnished at u0 cents a year,
m advance. AddrcM A. 1,, Howell ArfJo.,
io 'Lilttlo Cornnral.' mvn,
Th stock of silk hats at Miller ,1c Mill
or's comprises tile very latest styles, and
finest make of the' season. Their house
Js conceded to be "head quRrteiV' in the
article of hats. it
A Titrr Kind f
A pneumatic gas macnineius been in
(roduced into Cairo, and as it produces
au article of Illuminating gas quite equal
in point of brilliancy to our coal gas, and
at less tfa'hu 'ono half th cost, It will be
lint tn tru lw nltlvnn mnat f.unmhlu .
Several years ago Messrs. Barnes in
Now York and
al diiastrous fires
accidentrf, tiio city authorities prohibited
riik fc i. i . i ... i. . . -
rciort to a use of tho new article, but tbo ,
Insurance companies' carrvlug risks on
lho bulldinr. at once notified the owner
irnurance companies' carrvlng risks ou
tho building, ai once notified the owner
of thefr uawlillogue to accept the in-
a c. . 1 !
Now is the time for bargains, at P. !
Nefl's, No 7U Olilo Levee. His stock is
replete with ail tlto lstett novelties of
the season, tf
The Cftlr Tobar.o frkrf.
A substantial citizen of Christian conn-
tv. Ivniitllrtkv. wrttliti- tn f'l
respondent bears tho following testlmo-
ny as to the exctltnco o f the Cairo .
tobacco market- 1
l(t3' - ' ... ... , i
' ' O ' " L
our oitizons tried seJlinc
j their tobacco in Cairo, and were well
pleased with the market. One man
! rejected 11 round, and sent his lot to
! Now.Orlcane, audfgot only $10a proof
positive, J take it, that Cairo Is tho better
"Wo have received repeuted assuran
ce, quite as convincing as the above,
that there are as liberal buyers in Cairo,
prices tbut nelthtr Paducah nor New i
Orleans will nttampt to Improve upon. I
Tho miserable dodge of buying two or '
tnrue nogtiaaus in oilier markets and
reselling tlioni in our own at greatly in
creased prics, Is not practised In Cairo.
On tho contrary, sales are absolute,
genuine, bona fide, aud good prlo are
maintained throughout tho season.
Are now nnmared to receive ou storage
and transfer to boats or bargee all kinds
We do not advanco upon, or buy or
sell grain on commission, but conflno !
oursolves strlctlv to the elavatinr. stor-
I 7 '
age and transfer business.
On? fanlllllaq nrn am'nle. nml wtinll
use our utmost exertions to give satisfac
tion. In tho handling of "graln, aud will
return to tho conslgnor.wlieiievcr desired,
a statement of the weight ql each car
uur rateH of storage lia-imie it 1 1 our
charges from the car to the boat
"Cairo, November 18, 16U0.
T.ATKS Of BTOKAflH".
Sound gralu, '23 per bu. first twenty
days' or part thereof, and J oach addi
tional five dnyrpr part thereqf.
Unsound grain, 2o par bu.. firat five
days or jiart thereof, and ioe.ach aitilt
tlonai 11 vo lays or part thereof,
Bagging grain and tying bags, Jc per
Baggiug grain and and uowlngbags
pneumatic ras Into r Ku"""t ' me chi iyio on snort, .slightest diminution or tliat Lrcatniess
Brooklyn, but Its ex- n0llce NovlC.3w. Jntercit which Is the delight of your
causing not onlysever- Wb1Wp aT... ;-, TT. . . practiaed novel reader. We have Jn )t
. but ft number of fatal ; . . . all tho Ingredient which make up the
1 MMJor and Miller have 50,000 on hand
comprising tho,most acceptable styles .
j very unhirauie collar fioldatv'ten cent
per box. 1 tf.
Tin Continental is the only cook' slovo
with sliding oven doors. Warranted in
all respects. Pitcher fc Henry, at 192
Commercial avenue, cor. 32th stroet.
P. Neif's winter suits are open for in
t speetiou. Call around and examine hi
I finest stock at low of Ices, t(
ftimlucKH Iloiike rorfleuf. .J
mat eligibly situated business house-
No. 8Thornton'H block, Tenth street, is
for roDt' APPb' on tho promises: . y
jf you Want to buy furs cheaper than
they were over offered In Cairo, will call
at p. jii0Hy'. Ho ban a good nssort
ment which ho will sell very low. tf
Firat class day board can be
' secured at Walker and KtHon' fnr
! !e! k,' Pe blI! tc
arc consists of
served by cx
pert caterers in an unexceptionable style.
Do Von WniH nn lrrrcot
Made up Jn tho latest style? If you do,
NefPa Is the place to find It. There you
will find plenty of stock to chooso from.
Small flat store door key, "I. Yale, Jr.,
07',' stamped on the side.
The finder will bo properly rewarded
by leaving the same at this office.
A grand ball will bo given by the
Cairo CassInot on the evening of Decem
ber 27, 1609. Committee or Arrange-''
m ea Ls : F. M. Stock cumt,
C. L. Tiovas, Wn, Alba,
M. Pii.vKKnnto, OF.onan LkiTxr.K.
C. W.Henderson, Commercial Avenue
three doore below Twelfth street has as
fine a lino of heating and cooking stoves
as can be found in the cfly, all at prices
that cannot fall to suit reasonable custo
niers. He also keem all kinds of tinware
, a,ia in PreIarcd to put on roofing or put
Ktranycrs and others who would strength
en the Inner man with fresh ovstors
stewed, raw, roasted or fried; quail o,
toant, venison, fUn or any other luxhr
ous or substantial edible; or p&8B.au hou
with tho ''cuo" in the largest tind Ocs
billiard hall In the city. ' tf
,,i;,?nCjA,?d ? P l3 f"'?"
tCnt'0B .0f hustomersTand tho public .
-nc.r?"-v.t0 tl,0.fact Uiat ho bM ',0 I
,, " .
3 Oont'. i
selected stock of clothing
rnlshlnggoodh ln tho cifyr
I and byfar'Jio JUr.dfcsT stock, ats.ioh
'ow pricos, that tho closest buyer will '
feel it their duty to purchase if thoy wish
to savo monoy ar.d tlrc?s at tho samo
Tiie 'Bulletin' offlco having been sup
plied with Increased facilities, Is now
-..1 A- .1.. 1 I .
lu J,,u "rK cneaper man
?,vofr- clctcrnilncd, In truth,
no c,t,Zon fillft" httvo cnUh,- fl'ler
on account of price or style, for sending
his work abroad. Our offlco Is the com-
plotest in tiio state, outolde oi Ciiicago
nud Springfield, and can perform nil
kinds of work for which the rivor, rail- '
roud, mercantile, legal and gonoral !
business of the city create a domand. i
In point of workmanshin we shall stand !
unsurpassed. Send In your orders. ,
Proofs submitted when requested. H
Mrs. A. Barber, No. 1-12 Commercial
trimmlncs. etc.. of tiio very latest and
most fashionable styles; and which who
can and will sell very low, for cash. Tho ?
ladies of tin; city are invited to cull and
Inspect th( new stock.
Cloaks made in the best nud mot fash
ionnblo style, of any desired material.
"hy the Continental," in tli early
dftya of KcDUlHowaa,. by lho .witch
fanatics, called profanity,
Iu tn,s more n''?htoned age It Is
Uefimod n orldoncu of sound morals oh
wel1 as of good sense to glyo the advlo
I"1'"' l"0 tpntlnental,' as It Is not only
",0 onoapef ; out tne iest stove in tne
For sale by Pitcher A; IFchry, 102 Com
meroiai avenue, cor. 12th street.
Mr. Nicholas Feith, 160 Wmhliigton
avenue, has opened a toy ston that, h
supplied with tiiousauds of articles to
itidlc rvlml Die lienrfa m LI n linvH. mill
l,l. IT- I.ubw.t. nnwMlnltt nnd rtihhr '
-.w . , I--- - . .
dolls, block houses, toy furniture, drums,
intends to sell chtaper tha.n they chj
be bought anywhere elia Jjn ti9 city,
The, ybolldaya biiig nea.at kaad;' kit
woulq be well fot parents to call Ip there".
and oxantiuo the stock .pd .afru)u
i iKJwumuk me ucmir ui s.irr.ciion tor 1
fiddles, "cry-babies, ' and thlngb sunu- Uuppudwitirecut4onaa,.tc4jdii laiit
ui. i i... M,iw t,ti FawtxauconallloD, Korpric.aaa Urm4pi.iyt my-1
luni.um iuti1Wo.u imi) "-i.K.flijpi oeSijth UMt .near lfxteaire.
Aran. All thfiM thinus Mr. F. sava ha L t, ..M nUM ,-fyTmnLV!m
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Onohundrc orn of Cno tarjhirts
all sizes, a' P. efPs, No. TOObloLovee,
at a greal reduction In former prices, tf
Thi Vxtlaco Vnrltiltn,
Draw crowded houses nightly, and
everybody expresses himself, delighted
with tho performances. A new per
formcr will make his debut to-nJght, In
creasing attraction., that aro already ir
resistible to a very largo element of" our
Excepting ourselves wo would as soon
see Perry Powers make money as any
mun In town. Ho kcop the article in
circulation ovidently earning it for the
satisfaction of spending It again.
A splendid programme for to-night. It
rtlr mill Nopjur
Tho Sisters of St. Mary's Infirmary an
nounce to the kind and charitable, that
they will' hold a fair and supper for font
successive nights; beginning Monday
Deo. 13th, and ending tho ICth. Its object
Is to liquidate the debt lately contracted
by tho erection of their new and com
modious hospital building.
This being the first time tho good Sis
ters havo applied to the citizens of Cairo,
iv liberal patronaeo of the friends of the
will bo spared to maki) this fair and sup
per tho most remunerative nnd Interest
ing of any held heretotoro; and with a
view to It certain success, donations are
respectfully solicited of articled orna
mental and useful. The charitably dis
posed ladles of tho city aro cordially In
vited, to corporate in 'the" good work,' ,
Further riotiCo as to the fair wltlVe
given In duo time.
Wives nnd Widows ; or, TheKBrokeh
; Life, U thottltlo of a new novel from the
pen of Mrs. Ann S, Stephens now, in
press, and to be published In a few days
by T. B. Poterson & Brothers, Philadel
phia. Mrs. A nn S. Stephens is not only
'ono of most popular writers of fllction,
but her powers seem inexhaustible; nor
Is there any diminution in her vigor,nor
arc her imaginative faculties in the least
diminished by their constant uso. In
this, her last production, all tho distinct
ive features of her popular hold on the
feelings of her readers are dlspalyed with
even more than her UBual power. The
story is of tbat Intense Mid absorbing in-
. terest. that the reader Is carried on. from
i ' . . . '. .
j the first t tho last page, without the
sensational novel. All tho thrilling In-
! cldents and strilIng characters aro no
j moulded and worked up as to produce
au almost bewllderlug story, that liauro
to become oven Kreaterifavorit,o jpV' j
any of Mrs." S"tcplieUB prevfout works.
Jt will bo issued in a lariro duodecimo
volume In unlf'rra Htylo with 'Famine,''
and "Jluby Gray'u Strategy' aud Hold
at SI. 7.1 in cb'tti ; or, $1.50 ill paper cover.
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