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OFFICE: No. 13 Tenth Street, Thornton's Building.
CAIJIO AND PADUCAH.
Tho following brace of paragraphs wo
clip from tho Paducah 'Kontucklan:'
"Wo ask our renders to notico our Cairo
correspondent's letter In to-day'a issue.
Ho Is a well known citizen of Paducah,
who Is temporarily in Cairo on business.
It will bo seen that tho cltlzons of
Caljoaro fully awako, and up to tho
times in tho great Internal Improvement
project that are In contemplation.
What aro wo doln In Paducah with a
thousand natural advantages over
Cairo? Will wo sleep upon tho idea that
we have nothing to dothat nature, In
her liberality, im", given uu tho position,
and if other don't seo it, It will be their
loss, until Cairo, through tho libera
enterprise of her citizens, had secured
her connections and rendered Pudiicali
projects worthless? It looks Homethlng
like it. , , ,
Wo havi), In Cairo, a number of enter
prising, liberal, public-spirited citizens
of whom we feel proud; but tho samo
cause for Inaction, ugalnst which our
contemporary warns tho citizens of
Paducah, has existence In Cairo. Wo
have, in times past rolled, and do now
rely, to Implicitly on th collect of that
arangement of natural that designates
our locality as tho railroad aud
river center of tho Mississippi
valley. Tho advantages we possess must
be employed; capital and energy must
turn them to profitable acctunt, for, ' of
themselves, thoy will not build up hero
tho great central emporium that Is to
grow into being somewhere in this vast
valley. Woare gradually discarding tho
Idea that uch will bo their fruiU any
how; but wo are notyetsulllclontly sen
sible of tho fact thnt tho futuro growth
of Cairo Is dependent upon tho enter
prise and liberality of its citizens. Our
advances mint bo used to our advan
tage; and where they aro not, in them
Helves, Insuperable obitacles In the way
of rival Itworeits, w must bring capital
aud effort to their aid, aud tnnkw them
so. Wo havo never, for a moment, de
spaired of the futuro of Cairo. We havo
always believed that It Is destined to be
come the leading commercial and man
ufacturing city of tho valley of tho Mis
nlaslpol; but we havo always thought as
wo think now, that tho day of her great
ness will bo hastened or delayed accord
ing to the measure of action, sensible,
wisely-applied action, that Is put forth In
Wo have no disposition to build up
Cairo by pulllug down Paducah. Had
nature iutondud Puducah to amount to
anything It would have located her neur-
trtti mouth of tho Ohio! Wlien thai
town reaches out her greedy hands to
clutch to herself "tho things" that un
doubtcdly belong to our "Cassar," why
then wo feel disposed to smack her
knuckles; but not otherwise.
.Nearly all western men Yahoos.,
Waahburne, who goes to Franco,
spcaka no Frcuch and but little English.
Ha belongs to Montgomery Glbbs, whooe
nimii stinks lu French nostrils, as in
Curtln, forSU Petersburg, will havo to
talk Pennsylvania politics there, for ho
knows nothing else.
Gen. Hurlbut, of Illinois, bound for
IJogota, is a man of line talents, who
speaks Engllsh vlgorously and woll, but
nothing else. Ho Is also notoriously lui
H. A. Hudson, of Iowa, minister to
Guatemala, Is Grant's cousin aud a boor.
A. F. Itussell,.nf Pennsylvania, minis
ter to Ecuador, nover was heard of be
fore. He will go to Ecuador, and nover,
bo heard of again.
Miller, of Arkansas, booked for tho
Sandwich Wands, is ditto to Russell.
It. C. Kirk, of Ohio, minister to tho
Vrgentlno Republic, Is a nonentity, who
serveuonco oaioro in inosamo cupauity,
Khellabarger Is a good country lawyer
nud honest. Rut why should a good
country lawyer want to leavo his prnc
lice, or a loug, lank, dirty, disheveled,
ruminant, awkward and uttorly uncul
tivated man want to go to Portugal?
Aud so ou to tlio end of tho list.
"lovely sot" hero and thero a nlggor
hut good enough to represent any coun
try that submits to tho rulo of radical
THE PRESENT CONGRESS.
The 'Natloual Intelligencer' pro
nounces tho present congress worthless
uud ofleto, and says that: "All over tho
land wo find Its best thought, Its noblest,
worthiest statesmen, occupying tho post
of private utatiou, while corrupt and
mediocre men bear sway, nmko npeeohes
and inflict labor uud capital with their
rapacity and their blunders."
It is said that Grant has set hi heart
on having the island of Cuba, and thlnku
that tho Icoonco broken In that direction
will opon tho way for golfing hold of tho
whole Island of San Domlugo aud other
West India torrltory, enough to mako
about ten or fifteen negro states In tho
It will bo two or throo weeks heforo tho
Korthwestorn railroad will be in running
condition from Nashville to Hickman.
From Nashville to Memphis It is in run
niug order, hut tho trestles and embank
ments about Dresden require considera
Exchanges from all parts of the coun
try furnish us dally tho most terrible
and sickonlug accounts of deaths by by-
irophobla. On Baturday last Mr. Wil-
lam G. Goodwlllle, of Chicago, died in
agony that no pen may describe The
vapor baths, heavy potions of Intoxica
ting liquors, all tho remedies prescribed
as "inrauibie cures" woro .trieu, out
without effect. A reporter of the Chicago
Times' thus describes tho appearance of
tho young man, a fowjliours bofore death
came to his relief:
His skin was drv and smooth, his eves
glassy, and protruding from his head In
a wild stare that was sickening to behold ;
great gouts of foam wero vlsiblo oozing
from his mouth ; and yet, in spue 01 an
his torments, ho seemed to bo perfectly
sane, and cognizant of everything that
was going on about him. Ho would oc
casionally call loudly for water to quench
tho thirst that he averrou was consu
ming him inwardly, but when tho lluld
was brought, he would cry out lu torror
at tho sight of it. Ho onco asked for a
pieco or ice. and his attendants, hoping
that he could endure tho touch of that
article, procured a smill bit, but on be
holding it, ho was seized with parox
worse than ho had suffered when
u-jitcr was hroiiL'ht near.
Ho also manifested an uncontrolablo
deslro to bite and tear himself and every
prsou that approached him. TIiLj
frenzy no was wen aware 01, uiiu in inn
quieter moments, Would beseech his
friends to keep away from him, lest ho
should do them serious injury.
Notwithstanding the fact that there Is
no certain remedy for the horribly mys
terious bite of a rabid dog, and notwith
standing tho further fact that tho streets,
yards aud commons of Cairo aro infested
by droves of unmuzzled and utterly
worthless dogs, all liable to an attacic 01
hydrophobia at any moment, our citi
zens appear as perfectly uuconcerned as
If the value of human mo, or the ago
nies of a terrible death, amounted to
nothing at all! Every day and erory
hour of tho day, a child, and now aud
then a grown portion, is bitten by a dog,
in some part of the city. Children pass
ing to and from school are bitten. Noth
ing U thought of the matter at tho time,
unless the llwh is badly lacerated, and
oven oxtreme cases of injury, soon pass
out of mind. Who can say that tho vi
rus of hydrophobia has not been injected
Into the system of some citizen, young
or old. by dog bites, that are now quit
foniotteu? When the appalling truth
tuat hydrophobia is in our midst, Is told
to us by the dying convulsions of somt
or our children, fathers, mothers, sisters
or brothers, then and not till then will
wa arouM ourselves to measures of pro
from th Cinolanatl Ou tte.J
The other afternoon, under the tent
which Is pitched on the asylum lot, quite
a largo audleuco was Invited to witnosi
the riding of a little girl, who, It was an
nounced was only seven years old. Mr,
Dan Rice Introduced both her and her
horse to tho spectator?, saying, as he did
so, that tho horso was unused to tho ring,
and If it should happen that tho rider
should fall, no one need entertain any
apprehension of serious accident, for the
arena was soft and Injury would bo Im
possible. It was surely an assuring la
troductlou for the child, and calculated
to inspire her with woll-fllled confidence.
Tho child whirled rapidly round tho
ring two or three times, using nolther
rein nor blndlngstrap. She stood on
one foot, then ohanged on tjqq other.
After this, she w&a called upon to jump
streamers. Had her horso been woll
tralued. the feat would havo been no
Lvery difficult ono. .But she became en
tangled 111 mo mom, aim .011 iu tun
ground under the horse's feet. She was
placed again 011 tho back of tho horse,
and compelled once more to try the feat.
Her fall had not given her new confi
dence, and bho tell a second tlno.
Evidently much against her In
clination, and lu spits of her
trombling and her tears, uature'u pro
tested against barbarity, she was tossed
again to her place. Rut hor nervo had
gone. Bho was utterly demoralized.
Judgment of distance, faith In herself,
wero lwt. Again she attempted to ex
ecute the leap. Again she fell to the
ground, this time striking heavily upon
her head. She rolled directly uuder tho
horao's feet, and only by sheer chanco
escaped a terrlbledeath. Tho authorities,
more merciful than thoso within tho
ring, by this tlmo became thoroughly
aroused and Indignant. Cries and
shouts wero heard from nil quarters:
"Hlnme," "shame " "That'll do."
"Take her out," "tako her out," camo
from every side. It would not answer to
disregard suoh commands, and with a
Hinlle, tho ringmaster went to the child,
raised hor from tho dust wnero. sno jay,
and led her crying and sobbing to tho
Then tho clown-proprietor, Dan Rice,
stepped out. When with an exquisite
sense of propriety, ho mado tho accident
tho occasion for a dirty pun of yulgarlty,
too indecent for publication.
Tho Senate, it must he coufessed, has
mado somo first-class rejeofcious. Pile,
of Missouri, Is uctually too low to bo re
elected to congress from Missouri. How
could more bo said?
Judgo Stephen H. Johnson, ofJll39laj
slppi, is cited asono of tho oldest MasoiiB
oxtant. He joined tho order in 1818.
Tho grain movement, In Now Orleans
Is mooting with great success In tho mat
ter of subscriptions.
Memphis regards her future with great
THURSDAY EVENING. APRIL
Xjcttosvt toy Tox.osrr.xla..
Chicago Beared at Malnl Louix.
BLOW, OP ST. LOUIMGOES TO UKAZlL
HANGERS-ON IN WASHINGTON
A XEUKO Hl'PKllSKUKK A I'JtKACliril
Mcarcit at Ni. LoiiIn.
Chicago, 111., April 23. A convention
of delegates from tho Roards of Trado of
Detroit, Toledo, Buffalo, Cleveland, Mil
waukee aud Oswego, called by Invitation
of the Board of Trado of tChlcago, con
vened at tho Sherman House iu this
city at noon. Tho object of tho meeting
it to adopt measures for cheapening tho
freights on produco from tho Northwest
to tho Eastern markets. Thoro wero
Another Hot Corn Xcellug.
Tho Chicago Board of Trado held
another hot corn meeting last night but
nothing very, Important was douo.
II. T Blow Goes (u Brazil.
Washington, April 23. Tho Brazilian
mission has been tendered by tho Presi
dent to Henry T. Blow, of Missouri, and
privato information was received this
morning from tbatgcntloman who is In
the West that he will accept.
Congressmen and men of nolo havo
nearly all left Washington; but tho
number of individual oflice-scekers and
forlorn females havo largely increased,
and General Dent and Colonel Douglass,
who officiate In tho reception room, aro
being kept pretty busy during tho hours
for the reception of general visitors.
Alhr Xtgrm Appointed.
The Rev. J. C. Lovcjoy has beon re
moved from the Boston custom house
and his place given to Charles L.
Mitchell, one of the negro troops that
A Texas sculptor is at work on a bust
of Sam Houston.
A good report fs given of. the cane crop
throughout the South.
A Texas negro, although twice shot
through his bead, still lives.
A three-horned and three-eyed ox Is
Mobile has sold nearly $100,000 worth
The health of Hon. A. II. Stephons is
A quarry of gray marble, of vast ex
tent, has been discovered near Frank
fort, inPlko county, Missouri.
JJO ! Y'IiiijTiFULU ILLS,
The Shady Vales,
-AM)-' ' .
FLOWERY BELLS OF F0UT JEFFEBS0X
Trie noil lltautirut Not 1
11 Kentucky for
When UoomtngMay a'umes her wonted seat,
Ilright birds come forth her tunny face to Kief t ;
While through the trees their gladdened rslcei ring,
Como hail, in OckI'sJ fatr temple, another sprintf.
That's It, bring your baiketa filled with cdibtoi; and
with your vrito, children or nuollu-arU. lonrd the
and te-eiierglte, ruenato,' re -animate yourtvlroi
ly n few hours .troll on iho Krui.y hills, through the
beautiful flowery tides of Fort Jefferson.
Mako up family parties none ar pleasanter, tako
your violin nud gitltar, yeurRhesstnen and rards, and
half a day spent In the terdant hills and Tilleya of
Fort JerWrson will give joit iwhiw Icjuoon lifn muke
you feel that the world 11 larger aud better.
To accommodate, parties, lurge or iuill, tliu itvam
ferrybotil Cairo will leave her landing for Tort Jeffer
son every msrning between 8 nnd 9 o'clock a.m. and
between 3 und 3 o'clock p.m., thus permitting a utay
on tho grounds thero of 7 or s bourn, or 3 or 8 hours,
as the oxcurslonl.ts may elect.
Upeoial arrangement can be madu for large parties.
Ayi Iwd W. II. 8ANDUSKV. Maxtor.
Htolen, from mv residence on Twelfth street, a lit
tl. i.UnU nml Ian 'ioj. SI11.1II sciilil on one side. Had
on collar Inscribed " J II. IUy.1' Fit e dollars will bo
on collar Inscribed
I old for his return
tupaotl J. 11. BAY.
pOPLAR LUMBER WANTED.
Parties hnving 2!-i and Y, inch lumber, 7 or 11 inchos
wide, length, Indlllerent, w ill do well to address, with
terms of ileliverv at steamUiat land msf. tho
V ' ' st LOUIrf MANUFACTUlllNfl CO.,
11 H. Fifth HI.
Proposals to furnlh blocks 7X7 solicited. ap-M lw
OtBc of tho Curo City Ferry Company, 1
Cairo, Ills., April loth, M8y
Notice Is hereby given that ii meeting or the stock
holders of this company will bo hold at tho office of
tho company, comer Washington Avenito and Eigh
teenth street, In this city, on Monday, May 3d, It.
at 10 o'clock, a.m., for tfidpurptsoorelecilng seven (7)
nirnetors to iorytf ttiu ensuing year, and for othur
business. 1. W. UALLlDAY,
CITY XATIOXAI BASK
The Close) of IlcslnesM on the ITIh tiny of
U. H, Honda deposited with Treasurer V. H.
to secure circulation nw.uuu uu
tr.H. llnmls on hand 25.000 U)
Cairo City bonds (cost) - 8,814
Cairo City S-rlp (cost) aw TS
Aloxanucr ixiunty orders (cost) i,ui v
Hue from National Hanks M.510 07
Due from other Hanks nml Hankers... ... It,ftt9 IS
Heal Kstatc - -. 40,311 07
Furniture nti'l Kixtare 1,11 5
Current Kxpcnn"4 ',rl M
Taxes Paid- 1.C5I 41
f-pefle 4.KU 14
Other lawful Motioy... 43,3M Si
Cnpilal Stock tM ln.i. -...J10O.WO ()
Hurrlin Fund i.f' 00
l'roiitand 24,1 M
Circulation... V,vn W
I)epolt . - 225,011 73
Duo Dinks nod Ilsnker 'M
Total l(V),(i7 to
I, X. n. Hstlord, Cashier of "The flity National
Hank of Cairo, 1IU" do solemnly swear that the aboio
sUtementis liuo to the best of my knowledge, and
belief. A. H HAFTORD, Cashier.
Htato of Illinois, 0tmty of Alexander, City of Cairo
1 Sworn to itnd stihuribed before mo this llth day
of April, IW). IU 11. CANDF.E.
Correct Atti-t i
R. 1I.CUNNIN0HA.M, VDircctoas.
W. I'. HALLIDAT, J
TH- FIItST XATIOXAL1BA3TK
CAIRO - .ILMNOL8.
Coucllllon it tboCloe of4BualB, oa Ike
17 in or April, .io.
Hills Recetvabte...... .
Over Urafts ....... .
I H. Itonds to secure circulation..
U. 8. Honds and Securities on hand.
Other blocks and bonds .
Iii frf.m IleilremlnK ABtni
Due from other National Hanks.....
Due from other Hsnks and Hankers
Furniture d Fixtures....-...
Hemltlsnces In trsn.it
Cash on hand i cash Items, Including rer-
enue stamps...... -..I "M n
Hills of National Hank 9.SOI o
Fractional Currency 1,23 31
I.tgil Tenders ,W0 to
,.t 1,400 -M
.. m 4o
In teres t............
Circulating .Notes VWi
lndlriilual IVposlts f"
Due National Banks - l,l 61
Total S'.9 41
I c. S. Hughes, cashier of tho First National Hank,
Cairo, Illinois, do solemnly swear that the above
sutement Is true to the lest of my knowledKe and be
lief. C. N. HfJOHKrf, Cashier.
Plate of Illinois, County of Alexander Bom to
ami subscribed befuro me. IhlsVMh day of April. H9.
.... . i .
HOHKRT W. MILLER,
J. T HKAair;.
I'nr Ilulliltiii; Pill iisUI County Jnll.
Oftlee of Clerk of theCouniy I'ourl. 1
Mound City, Pulaski Co. Ills, April SI, bW.
Healed proposals will le received by the under
signed at Ins oltlce, in Mound City, until Monday.
May 3. A. It IW, nt U o'cliKdc 111., fur the building of
the Pulaski County Jail, on Washington 'enue. In
Mnund City, Ills, aeoor.llntfto plans and spccitlc-atlons
cmnlo Iniiiyorltce Hild work to l paid for In Isinds
of the county, payable in five years, and bearing ten
tier cent. Intere-t. Tim Um.U to Ik. Issued us the
workprogres.o. The sti. cenfiil bidder to give bond
w ith good security for tho faithful performance of his
Thecourt reserves the rlilit to reject nny aiul nil
U. C. MKUTZ. Clerk County Court.
ATTOItSFsV AT LAW,
I1U' Xo, . Vliiter'H lllwcK, CAIIIO, H.I..
Cairo Tobaco Fa -lory, coiMisling of one hyilniullo
press and pump twelve retainer! four tlnl.hers ex
tra, and six siiwlle.- ones, two ruddle rcrews . ono Iron
rail ear and lra.k, four soils' 4(r motilds, two sets
(marlorsdo.l sett lib lump, ono set ulue. Inch, do.,
one truck and wi.wl, bloolu. U-nnls. tin uud iron
plates, xl ilrying ii k. and four pair scales, ono
cu-eliig lioard, uud ilrc heavy mm prMi.es, otic
ca.oliig kettlLund stove, two caieing lnen, todJ,c;tc;
one sweat housoimd four stoves uud pipe, one letter
press, desk, etc, etc; all u romidote order, sot up lu
l'.uro IliriKis, n good placo to carry nn tho business,
withiiEOOd outer trade, and homo custom. Tobacco
In tho leaf, the Jt o('i;,1"y. I'l-'"1 n,'ar b' uod "
rTeriiis cay. A cond ehanee'for thoothat wantn
business alrcaly st.irte.1 and ready, (01 In order. I he
house can be rente-l at fair rattu, or purchased. A
coo.1 two story brick, tin roof, with basement, a
feet by suMclently large. ..,,.
Uso fifteen larms, fl.ou ncrcs of lands' In Oallatln
and Wluto counties. Illinois w)ll sell Oio sumo or
trado for Cairo property. Cull and seo m or Col.
James sj. .Iteardcn, or address jne at Cairo. Ills.,
owner rtiU controller of ubovo. M. 1JAiks.
Healor In '
' W1UTE LEAD, ZINC A'D OILS,
WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY
Brushes, Wall ller muA Window
05 OHIO LEVEE CAIRO, ILL
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO
DRY GOODS, ETC
EW GOODS I
Tito Oldest Established
ik tub cmr'
MTTENHOUSE & HANNY
Haro on hand, freih from tho market
Alpiwai. Uobalr Cloth,
Printed do Lalncs,
French Lawns, I'aclHe bum,
Orenadlne. Printed Linens,
rialn Percale, White Alpacai,
Hrown and Hleachixl Sheetings,
Urowtianil uie(:riei nnirung-.
Paris Printed Spring fihnl,
Lnma lj.ee fihnwls,
. Midland Hiawls,
Paris Veil Harefc'
Whlto floods, Jjonna Mjrla, t
Walnsooks, uoiiea nmi,
Hon Cambrfcs, Uosjery,
India Twill. Olores,
India Mull. Jaconet,
Linen Cambric, Swiss,
4J-OTHH AN D 4'AWIIMKBS,
A XI) COMMERCIAL A.VB
CORNKR KIOUTil T.
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, ETC.
SMYTH St CO.,
OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILLINOIS
SUGARS, COFFEES, TEAS, SYRUPS,
Molasses, Tbco, Cigars,
FIb, Caadles, WooUeuware, WiliotT-Wr
CTsnlls, OUa, 2P.lxxta.
.. ( -
Old Il,'c, BIuiiuii(isliI Mini Ilourbou
,-. J .u's l 5-l. rHf
Xloci Xiond t.2JLCl ISlxot.
Also keeps co:uully. on hau l m mo.t cdmpUto
Port, Huilcli-n, .Slurry uiul Catavrbn
auu, xatst roa
J. RIED J' CO S' CELERRATED WHEEL-JiVO-ALE.
Wo sell exclusively lor CAHII, to whluh we Invite the
attention of close rah buyers.
wb special ttiiriiiiuu imiti in iiiiiuk "imwip.
decJPtHWtf T ji).--
3fT XT n 3XT I T IT 3E1. EI
ueeiiSTTiirc, liar Fixtures, Glassware
MM. mSaucll87Oom.Av. l CAlHO,tLU.