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Site Evening fjullctin.
fUllMSIfCIJ II V JOHN n. oiinut.Y A CO.
11. II. IIAUUKM., ASSOCIATE UMTOH.
WEDNESDAY, tfKCKMBKR 22, 1809.
Tulv r Brothers onn't bo undersold
The largest stock, of over eoal.s in tho
city, at l. Fc-IPh, No. 70, Ohio Lovee. tf
A well (-elected stock ijf Juveiillo and
Toy Books at Rockwell A (Vs. tjl
A full supply nt Welly's, and going ofl
ut actual uokt. If
AiiKosturu Bltlur's, V. IJ. Mchutter
Sole agent, Cairo, Illinois, ee 1W 2tu
Tho Metropolitan Star troupe opened In
tho Opera house In livansvllle on Mon
thly night, with tho "Field of tho Cloth
of Uoltl." 'I la '.Journal,' in a twelve lino
notice of tho exhibition, says that the
eiitertainnieut was all that the most fas
iWllniH could have wished; oninpllmonts
JC t'lt V pretty faiv and graceful acting,
mil v'.opbH by remarking that the bur
lifi(in would lie repeated Ttlenday night.
EvaiiMVlllc, like Cairo, is not mu !i of a
Everything that can lie in auyfound
dry goods house in the city, can ho se
eured at P. Molly's nt cost prico or less,
us he is determined to close out. tf.
The ('outlneiitnMs the only cook Htovo
with hlldlng own doors. Warranted In
all refpeeth. Pitcher A Henry, at 102
Commercial avenue, cor. 12th Btreet.
Tim Onlro lolinrcu rsnrkrt.
During the pant three or four weeks,
.Major MeClure, of tho Planter.' Tohucco
Warthoii'-e Company, of this city, has
Hindu an extensive tour through tho
M'ighhoriiig tobacco growing rogloiiB of
Kentucky and Tennessee, and speaks
quite encouragingly of our prospects for
tho coming henson The really superior
advantages possessed by Cairo in the way
of shipping facilities, nro telling in our
fivor, ard we have reason to expect that
tho husIiiCi8 of tho year will grently pur
pfiss gonera! expectation. Tho Planters'
Tobacco Warehouto Company have
abundant menus at their disposal to
make advam os, and can oiler the plan
ter all the inducements that are held out
by other markets, and many that nre
peculiar to Cairo.
Do you want a stylish hat? NotTs Is
the place and the only placo to find
them, of all tho Intoit fashions and In
great abundance. Hi- stock. In this line,
cannot he equalled in Cairo. tf.
The stock of llk hat at Miller A Mill
er's comprises the very latest styles and
the finest make of the season. Tho
variety Is very groat, tho stock largo,
and prices have been regulated to liar I
nit ni. with the times. Call In and ex
amine, tf ,
A Mutter ltriilrln; Imtiirillnti Atlriillon.
Lltttlo girls, pacing and repas.-inp be
tween tho two piihliusehool house", have j
learned to regard, with feelings of terror, .
tho Freedmen'sfchool.on Walnut street.
Tho negro boys attending that school lie
In wait for them, and when they arrive
opposite tho building, dart out upon
them, catch them, hug them and not un
frequently Mm them. Only yesterday, a
negro boy about 12 years of ago, caught a
little daughtor of one of our prominent
citizens, and dei-plte Iter struggles aud
cries, held her, and kissed hertwlceupon
This thing must bo stopped I There
nro little girls who, to escapo the em
braces of tho filthy negro boys m ques
tion, would throw themselves from the
high sidewalks, the result of which
would bo serious, If not mortal Injury.
'Wo have been asked to call tho attention
of ourschool directors to tho matter. Wo
hope they will bo able to apply the need
Willi! It 1 A ml What It Ik .nt.
Thceo truths aro self-evldont. Phal
on's Vitalla or Salvation for tho Hair
Is neither sticky like hiolasses, nor mud.
dy like guttcr-puddlo. It lx on tho con
trary a gcnlo fluid, clear, limpid, aro
matic, harmless, aud will restore to gray
hair, whiskers, beards and mustnohes,
their origioual color as certainly as tho
sunshine melts tho snow. 1 w
Wo aro advlsod of tho departure of
soven largo steamors from St. Louis for
Cairo, tho head of uninterrupted naviga
tion. They will ply henco South while
tho upper Mississippi remains closed by
lee, or Ho up here.
It Is In times liko the present that
Cairo, St. Louis and tho Northwest feel
tho want of tho Cairo nml St. Louis rail
road. Tf that thoroughfnro wero now In
operation, the blockade of tho upper Mis
Hissippl would scarcely perceptibly affect
tho commerce and travel of tho country.
Tho prescncolof tho promlsod fleet of
steamers hero, will add considerably to
our local business, whothor thoy find
employment or Ho Idlo at our wharves.
ItrUtnl fc Ntlllell, I'mnlly Uroccrs,
Have mndo ample preparations for tho
Holidays in their line, at whoso house
No. !I2 Eighth Htroot. May bo found nt
prices to meet tho timo, choice yrccn and
canned fruits, foreign and domestic dried
fi uitt), bottled ijooda, 7uta, skates, conjee
tionary tops, and other of beauty and
Thoy will mix their own candles. Tho
now and celebrated Alaska Oandy can
bo had of thorn.
Till: liAST CAM l
A few llnjn t!rnci! uud ttitn !
On Monday nest alj city lots upon
which tho city taxes remain unpaid,
will ho hold. Judgment has been oh
tallied, the day of Hale fixed, and no
further lime can bo givun. Como for
ward, then, while you may, and pay
your taxes. Jf your property la aold, tho
purchaser can exuet from you and most
probably will, double the amount it will
now cost you to pay your taxes.
No further notice will be given. On
Monday morning next, I will proceed,
as the law directs, to Hell all the lots upon
which tho taxes yotretnaln due aud un
paid. John Hyland',
deo22 3t City Collector.
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Jewel Cases, Card Cae.H and Lady's Com
panion at Kockwoll ib Co's. tjl
t m i ' '
Oo seo Tabor Brothers' Bohemian
Wax-tapers forChrlsmas trees; n flno
assortment of candles, nuts, figs, dates,
raisins, Ac., just received and for ealo
cheaper than any other pluce lu the
Lolly. J. H, Phillips opposite tho custom
A resident of the Fourth ward who has
a good sized pllo of four foot wood In
front of his premises, acted upon our
suggestion last night, and, until 11
o'clock kept a watch. During that time
ho saw two persons approach tho coveted
fuel, with tho evident purpose of coulls
eating at least a shoulder load. Ho was
convinced that such was their purpose
by the fact that when he commanded
them to "put down that wood I" thoy
obeyed, and scampered off In n hurry.
But all tills didn't savo his wood pllo.
When ho looked out upon it this morn
ing ho found that it had been lessened
fully a quarter of a cord !
Fle two story brick residence. Ap
ply to TltOMAJJ QltKKN A ALI.KN.
nov 27 tf 83 Ohio Lovee.
flunlnr Iloua forRrnf.
That eligibly Mtuated business house
No. 8 Thornton's block, Tenth street, Is
for rent. Apply on tho premise. '
100 dozen genuine English and Lisle
thread ocki, at n great reduction In
former priccs,at Peter NefFs, No.70, Ohio
Haw to PI rate Yobp VNvmi Children.
The holidays being at hand,- our heads
of familie-i our married men are cant
ing about' for appropriate present for
thblr wives nnd children. If 'such
Individuals will drop into E. A W.
Buder'o now Jowelry establishment,
they will thank us for directing their
attention In that' direction. From
the abundance' of xhu&te, beautiful
and hlrictly fashionable rings, breast
plus, bracelets, watch chains, pull' and
chumUctto buttons, Hue watches, lockets;
from the eleijnnt assortment of silver anil
plated ware, they can select tllo moist
beautiful mid appropriate holiday pres
ents, uud buy thorn eo ay Mesi.
Buders fifteen per cent, cheaper than
they can procuro them In any other houso
in tho city. Don't tako our word for all
this; but go and nee, tuqulro prices, und
you will then be satisfied beyond room
for doubt. 22-2t
Have you seen theAlaska boots? They
aro tho most comfortable boot lu uso. For
salo at P. NefTs no 70, Ohio Loveo. tf.
First claHa day board can be
secured at Walker aud Sisson's for
$5 por week. The bill of faru oneisUof
of tho best In the market, served by ox
pert caterers in an unexceptionable style.
! HI '
Almost, giving away. NeuT la soiling
gent'tt undershirts and drawers, nnd in
fact everything lu Gent's underwear, &o
low that It does not look llko buying
them at all. It Is mora llko giving thorn
away. m if
"lOIIi-tit hat been."
Only n brief space now remains in
which It will be possible to eccuro tlckots
In the Groat Henderson Ky., Prlzo
Scheme. A fortune is In storo for 8omo
one, whom tho final drawing so (oon to
tako plauo, will reveal. To buy a ticket
now Is wllhjn tho power of all; but whon
thu "turn of tho whoel" shall haru de
signated tho fortunate ones, how many
will turn with a sigh and say "It might
have been" mtt fl had only bought a
tioket! Yol wo soo tho samo spirit illus
trated tlmo nnd ngaln lu every day llfu.
Wo hear hundreds of peoplo conttautly
relating, when they vlow tho prosperity
of thoir successful noighbors; how' they
might have been rich to-day if thoy had
only taken a hold ttcp titltho rigid time.
Yes, It all "might have been.'
Apply to W. I. Rudd, Cairo city wharf
boat, for tickets.
Tabor Brothers have haudsomo (Holi
day Presents. i
Knit jackets, all wool, aUho actual
coat, at P. Nefl's, No. 70,'OhIoLevco,
. , ' ' I
Tho complotest Htooh of gontlomon's
furnisliing goods In tho ,'city ,'1 to bo"
found at Miller and Miller's. It would,
be n remarkable , waiut, indeed, in this
line that tljey cannot satisfactorily supply
nt the very lowest figures ruling in tho
market. . " " tf.
lso Ender.'a Chill Curorr."It never
fflla." " - . , . '
Tuber Brothors ,hajvo splendid Din-mohds.
How a Darkey IHitlncriitxIiCH a Democrat
from n lludlcnl.
For tlio Cairo 'Kullotin.j
It can no longer bo denied that tho
colored population aro considering tho
probability of being made voters, in tho
stato of Illinois, aud in connection with
tho subject, the following will show
how some of tho loyal color feel, politic
ally: In ono of our groceries a few dfrya
since, ono of tho eons of Ham (who is an
exception to tho general ralo an indus
trious speclman of loyalty in tho ex
treme) sat in tho door while many citi
zens wero passing by to dinner, solilo
quising thusly: "You'ns are Repub
licans; da tain a Democrat; dar comes u
Republican," etc., until tie proprlotor
becamo Interested in his conversation to
hlniHolf, and asked how ho could tell a
Democrat from a Republican. Tho sablo
philosopher raised himself' to his full
length, aud replied "why byhla clothes
oocourael You boo 'diem ropubllcnns
always pay do ulggcr for sawing wood
lu old clothes, and do democrats always
pay cash; so hard times am come, and
do demoorata wears his old cloths; but
do republicans have to wear hlm's best
uud can afford It, as day charged do nig
ger enough for do old ones to buy now
ouea." Tho philasopher further adds
that ho sawed wood for a lady whoso
politics ho did not know until tho wood
was sawed, whon he learned, to his ro
gret that It was a republican Job. But as
the lady had told him In tho evening
that her husband would be homo at
night, and that he could call next day
for his pay,ho felt somewhat encouraged.
Ho called nnd the lady answered thu
bell herself; had a pair of old pants In
her hand as sho opened tho door, which
ho took, .making the remark, "all right,
I expected so," und started to look up a
casbjob, when ho was halted by the old
Jady who accuned him of ateallug and
took the pants away from lilra, nnd
threatened hha with arrest, if he came
around thelrjpremiscs again. The darkey
added; "so I gut nuflln for sawing dat
two cords of wood as far as heard from."
"If this nigger over votes" ho continued
"and votes for a republican, in Cairo, ho
hopes he will hare to comb hla weel
wltli a flno tooth combevory week, and
so without watermelons for ten years."
A grand ball will bo given by tho
Cairo Casslno, on the evening of Decem
ber 27, 1800. Committee of Arrange
ments: F. M. BTocKKLirnr,
C;L. TnoMAB, Wm. Aj-3a,
M. BlLTEKnUKO, Gbohok Lattxkr.
Games, Toys, and Homo Amusements
at Rockwell 4 Co's. tjl
Por good fitting clothing ready made
or made to order, go to P. NetT, No 70,
OhloLeTee. J " tr
Wo will give flvo percent, of our sales,
till the 1st of January, to tho Orphan
Asylum and live per cent, to tho Sisters'
Hospital. Our hooVs, nt nil times, open
to Inspection of Treasurers of these insti
tutions. TAnnn BnoTUMta.
Tin: rcjukflc school nxiii-
A IMcnkliiFT lUitcrtnfiirucnt I'romltcrl,
After many daysevou weeks, -of prep
aration thu children nro now read to In
vito their parents und friends to nu exhi
bition of their prolleucy in declaration,
dialogue music, physical exercise', otc
Tho first exhibition taxes place te-nlght.
No-less than ouo hundrod little boys and'
girls will tako part, nnd will no doubt,
acquit thomsalves in a manner that will
gratify their parents, pleaie their frlomld
and reflect credit upou tliamalves and
teachers. Cairo hns n reputation for got
ting up school exhibitions of surpassing
excellence, uud In thU itistanco that
reputation will bo fully maintained. We
shall "bo there to see," and shall bestow
praise whore It is deserved, aud shall
not bo hevere, In nu event.
The houso will bo well filled , despite
tho weather. If you would secure cholco
seats, buy reserved ones during tho day.
Orntlcmrn'M Winter clothing-.
Tho magnificent stock of wlntor cloth
ing at Mlllor A Miller's challougea very
general admiration. Their overcoats
range from tho finest beaver to tho coars
est blajrket?-all very cheap when tho
quality and make aro considered. Tho
business and dress coats, In variety nnd
style, nro adapted to all tastes. Punts,
vests, underweur, furnishing goods, can
bo found nowhere In tho city in greater
abundance, of inpra fashlonablo und du
rablo make, or at nioro reasouablo prices.
A aploudid assortment picco goods has
Just boon recolvod, which, with tho for
mor supply makea that departmont very
complete. If, theroforo, you would dress
In wtyle, got tho most for your money,
go to "Miller A Miller's. t
Convulsions, wind collo and griping In
tho bowels of Infant, causo death. Mrs.
Whltcorab'sByrupjB a tried romedy. .it
costs only 25 cts. doc20dAwl w.
' litw Year's Eve Hall.
Tho RqHglj and Ready Firo company
hayo determined to give a ball in Wash
ington Hall, on Now Your's ovo, and in
porsuanco of that determination are now
perfecting all tho needful arraugoniunts.
Tho assuranco la given to the public that
tho ball shall bo one that will reflect credit
upon tho company, surpassing in the
completeness of Us details all formor re-,
unions of nllko; charctVr. " M
Rohkht Bnriuoi'r, 'Cuius. On,
Committee of Arrangements.
Deo eod 2w. wd
Judge Allen, taking ndvnnfago of the
adjournment of tho constitutional con
vention, has returned homo to spend tho
Tn tho formation of tho committees,
the president of tho convention has con
ferred distinguished honor upon Judge
Allen, and through him upon tho First
district. Ho assigned tho Judgo a place
on tho Judiciary Committco; on tht
Committee on Municipal Incorporations;
on the Committee on Rnllroad Corpora
Hons, und made him chairman of tho
Committee on tho Bill of Rights four
committees that will exercise a most
powerful influence in tho formation of
our. now organic instrument, und pro
bably, tho most important committees
Notice Tabor Brothers flvo per cent of
sales to Bisters Hospital.
Beautiful Chromos' nt W. B. Rock
well A Co.'s 68 Ohio Lovee. tjl.
Seedless Rtilslna at Bristol ABtllwelPa.
Thorwaldsen'fl Ceiebrnted Bns-Rellefa
of tho Four Seasons, Night atid Morning
at Rockwell A Co's. tjl
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Alaska Candy nnd Strawberry Ico at
Bristol A Stllwell's.
A sleigh, u blue-bodlcd sleigh, drawn
by n boiled horse, was seen In our streeta
yesterday, giving us tho only reminder
of northern winters wo have had heroin
yoars. Tho merry Jlnglb of tho, holla ar
rosted tho attention of men and, dogs,
and drew women and children to win
dows nnd doors in all parts of tho city.
Tiie turnout was decidedly unusual, and
a steamboat navigating our streets would
havo scarcely commanded moro sur
Shell oysters, game, etc., can always
bo fecured at Walker A Blsson's restau
rant. , - , Nov 2 tf
Gold Is down, and so aro tho prices of
Taber Brothers' elegant bijouterie.
P. Rielly has a largo stock of bats,
which will bo sold at Now York whole
sale prices. tf.
ItKfllo ClirUtiHAi Eve. '
At Walker A- Biason's 'will bo raffled,
ofl'tho veil-known and celebrated spot
ted ponies owned by Capt. W. Hamble
ton, of Mound City. Llst now open and
the ponies to bo fioen at thu stable of MUoh
W. Parker. dec 21 dtd.
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Tho shortest ' day- of the year yester
day. The constltutlohuf cohvonti' ou has ad
Jjuriiod until January 0.
Tlio Joh depdrtmvnf o"f the Bulletin'
ofllco has been removed from tho first to
tho second floor. Tho rumoval occasl oil
ed a little delay In tho execution of Job
work; but all right now.
Tho County Court Is fill!! in session.
For biting cold weather commend us
to the morning of December 221 ISM.
The Rough and Bendy llro company
will hold their now yenr'a eve bnll In
Washington Hall. It will bo a grand
Holiday goods lino tho counters nnd
fill tho shelves of nearly all tho retail
houses In tho city. -The "KinclilnB";are"
In a perfect extacy of expectation.
Our butchers nro vlolngwith each other
lu tho matter of Christmas, mpats., Look,
out for something fine.-
In somo portions of H19 city whl(o,nnd
black boys orf'fikhtbV, 'monopollzo tho
Tho Hon. A. P. K. Saflord, Governor of
Arizona, Is expectcd.to. arrive lu the city
during tho holidays.'
Tho St. Nicholas Hotel Is command
ing a flno run of custom,, Tho proprie
tors feed well, nro as clever nB they can
be, and desorvo success. '
D.B. Parker, tho pioneer photograph
ist, la turning out pictures which for
fineness of tono and elogancoof llnUh,
are perfectly Illimitable. Boo his speci
mens. Pocket Dlnries 161670' at ' RwcUwell' A
Tabor Drothers manufacttironny; arti
cle of Jowelry desired.'
KefT'fl Is tho place to buy your Shirts.
Ho has on hand a magnificent stock
at prices that defy competition. For in
stalled nil wool flannel shirts, ouo dol-
lar aud a quarter eaoh well made. tf.
I I m. -m
Photograph Albums from 25 cents' to'
$20,00 each at Rockwell A Co's.. Jl
l'limj riirnt !'nr!
If you waut to buy furs cheapor than
they were overoflered In Cairo, will call
at P. Itlolly's. Ho has a good assort
mout. which ho will soli very low. tf
in - -
By muoh odds tho host blaokiug in tho
market is tho Kgjptlan Qll polish, man
ufactured, nnd sold wholesale ami retail,
by John H. Phillips.' It receives n cjtllck
and beautiful polish, prosorves tho leath
er, and is sold as low as any other good,,
brand. Try it. "Kncourngo homo man
ufacture." t 'l ' V
Dooloy's Unking Powdor woll deserveB
tho reputation, attained, as it is by far
the best and cheapest In tho 'market1..
No. baking powdor has ever boon mauu
fact u rod bo froo from doletorions subtau
ces, aud so exactly 'propoVfaonctf that;
good,swoot, light, rolls, biscuits or pas
tery could be mndo'eaorTtlnVet with suc
cess. It la lway$ ready foujfliiablq,
ntrf rend res but about halfthe mianlltv
of nuy Qtber Jnwketyuv, MfcrjHpell
in any .giimpHfWSIWV'W
, qout'sealf bootaonly 3 75, at P. NeffB'
Exhibition or (lip Cairo PiilillcSclioolv, nt
tliu AtliciiU'iiin, Wi'ttijcHtlny nml TlinrM.
lny KvenitiKN, Dccciiilicrtii unil ail, at 7J.J
o'clock I. ..
Our. "U'e'ttmt aenin Kith HkJnut,"
" Ounce if Train," Krnk Hntmin, 1'auI Cranloy,
MiMy Green, Jolinio (iali, Willlo Winnin, Kiikhi
Ellis, Willi Kraiirr, Kildlo Jmo, Elninr Hunter,
Wlllio Dlaolc, 1'ranW Curie, Jiinmls Sandimltyi
" Hnil4 bt a Sttool.TtatXtr." ricnrjr Y'ncest nail
' (lfit vfikt Fairy Quit," jy twenty rmplls.
Music, (initrumcntnl) " Sun l.utfo." Joo riillllf.
" H'kAt ctmu if a l.ectt nuptt," SjUU Jolmnon,
I.ouma Vincent, IaIJIc Wnlker, KoLart I)Morc, Win.
Ciimlltl, Wnltcr CinJitf, Ittclinrd .KnTttt, Wm. Neil,
" Having Sihtal." May llnnnan, Cr.t Arrlck, I.lly
Jotie. t.iurn Clirbtiiiin, Knlo Uarrell, I'.dillo Hely,
(Jcors Chrihtnimi, John L:ino nnd Canon Jtdrtiu.
"SjkIa CViiui." Minnie I'owors.
" 7(rt of r." Mcholus Heokor.
" yUtikt rf IVar." llcl.U Tower.".
Honjf, "Junta)." Molllo Cavondrr.
" .VaiJen'i Vialrt of Lift." Com Btmtton.
" litymi tke Kntr." Kvn V ntrcsn.
" frofanenus." Charlos.Carrt nlcr.
Heotas r'lvo ininutrt.
Talnf a t'hoti'riiph." Syhln Johnson, finrnh Haul,
lt(Jfltrt l)eqr.q'aniUVini(vin Cundllf,
Miii ', ,(nr.utucnlal; ",Jm ," Kiiuun
" inik-ii IiMU." Kddlo Ufily. : , ,
.ltrgtiy Oroy." Miutld Kilson.
" lHUng a SAitm.". Jlonry Vincent.
. .TaUcwi. i . ( j
"4rcn Hmtijuvt." Molllfl ClTcnder.
" Dart and I)t." Willlo ClirU(man. ,
Song,." Murmuring- ta.n 'ClttTa" llirrell nml Jonnl
" Myme of a llul." firnclo Artcr.
"Cbaiilrjr Juni'i fint." (MAttle (lonlon, Sohn
Lyon, Liulo Steele, Ftonlo Lyon, Mftttlo Kdson, Jon
fiu Vuvfctt, unil.otuerii.
Ki'ny,w;rwfn nigku:' AnnfoBfrabnd.
Mnilc, " Tim O'ikanterl" Adn Italliday.
" s.nUFlmur Itulda rowoni.
ticKtu fifty conts; reserved ientj, pcrcntyfire
cent prirato boxoi, four dollar.
Ofllce-, At "Alhenirmn, will bo open for I ho a1o of
ieierrcd f eat.i frotirS to fi o'clock P. M., Wednesday.
Taber Drothcrs, still alive.
First-class day board at "Walker A Bis
on's restaurant, at 55 per week. tf
Poultry for'tho Holiday's at Bristol &
Whllo a number of young men wero
standing in front of n Commercial Av
enue saloon, yesterday evening, astiango
,young woman, plnlnly but neatly dress
ed, passed by, In the direction of tho
post office. Sho would havo attracted
but Ilttlo attention hut for tho fact that
nho was weeping nnd appeared to be In
deep distress. Among tho young men
was one of a class who Is liover credited
w'lth'go'od deeds, viz: ngamhler. Observ
ing tho'young lady pass, ho drow a two
dollar; bill from his pocket and giving It
to a, boy told him to follow her; ask thu
causoofhor distress, and If alio avowed
horjclf in want, to give her tho money,
uud ask her to return. Tho young lady
received tho mouoy 'and returned. Sho
wns bound for a point several hundred
miles up" tllo river;' but htfr supply of
money being exhausted tho captain of
the boat had driven her ashore hero. Hie
was a stranger, perfectly pennlh'M, mid
was at n loss what to do or whither to go.
Tho "gnmbler" (for wo know him by no
other name) ascertained how much mon
ey wqsTiqulrod to pay tho young lady's
passage homo, thou turning to his com
panions remarked: "boys, wo must foot
tho bill," nnd circulating tho' hat ho not
only ralsod,tho required sum, but several
dollars morofor tho young lady's uo In
the ovent of detention by tho way, or
There aro moral men in Cairo, men
who, every Sabbath day, sit undor tho
drippings of tho gospel, nnd whosniictim
oniously bewail tho sins of tho world, who
would havo turned this poor girl from
their doors empty hnnded possibly, to
doors that nro always open to such nu
she tbo brothel I Of tho two, roader, tho
Vmoral. miml'.nud tho 'gambler," which
think you hn's tho "best chances" for
1 . I I III -Ii I II 1..H I
VrItiugiDoskHj Work-Voxea and 'Port
folios ht Mckwoll A Co's. tjl.
Taber Brothers can tell you "whata
Go to P. NelPs for tho most fashion
nblo olothiug. j tf
jltoclavoll A Co. aro In reclptof all tho
popular monthlies for January. Tho
copies of the Galaxv, Plirondoglcal
'Journal,' Packard's and Harper's month
lies, klndly.-lahl'upon our table, aro
Cratidall'H nnd Hill's, Alphabot Blocks
atj Kockwell A Co's. tjl.
Tho fluest stock.of Sllverrplatod Ware
hi tho city at Taber Brothers'.
. ul ri
Pitcher A Honry's largo stock of h.rd
ware, cutlory, tools, stoves, tinwar, eto
will be sold without regard to oost. tf
Mr.ruul JbV. Alou has boon called up
on to mourn "thej loss, by doath ot a
yory Intelllgontand interesting daugh
ter aged about twelve years. Tho re
mains will ho couvoyed to Villa Itldgo
for Inlorigojilhy special tralu to-morrow.
TaberBrpthoM wlUglvginonoy orgoods
for ofd Oq nnd SUygr,,
Elegnntly bound Books for tho Holl
tlhys' at W. B. Bookwell A Co., C3 Ohio
Loveo i tjl.
.."jO.heokorf, Choss, Crlbbage Boards, Dice
and Dleo Cups at Bockwoll A Co's. tj
Everything In the'Ioo.k.au4 Station
ory Lino can always bo fourth t W. B.
Rockwell A Uo.'s OS Ohio Lovfe. til
r fTabor Brothers tako pleasure In slewing
ds if y.o.dQiV.U.huyrt i ,
VA tScolwhatffaboBllrothora olfor-'to do for