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OITFIOE : No. 13 Tenth StrSe& 'Thoxutou's-
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THE CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS RAIL-
The couuty court of Jackson county
has ordered au election to be held ou the
34th day of July, to detcrmlno whether
tho couuty shall subscrlbo an addition
al hundred thousand dollars to the. capi
tal stock of the Cairo and St. Louis rail
road company. The order provide that,
In the event tho subscription Is made,
that $50,000 of tho bonds shall be deliver
ed to tho company when tho road is fin
ished to Murphyshoro, and the other $60
000 when tho road Is finally completed
, from Cairo to St. Louis.
Jackson county, Is abundantly able to
mako this additional subscription, and
will no doubt do so. Under the late rail
road law, tho taxpayers of the count'
will provide a fund for the payment of
tho principal, without feellnj; "the pres
sure" in the least. No county in tho
Btalo hits u muru promising future. Build
this railroad through the western portion
of tho couuty, uud in less than three
yuard from the date of Its completion the
population will bo -doubled and tho value
of the taxable property increased correal
pondlugly. There are resources in Jack
sou county which, wlien developed, will
make Itouo of tho wealthiest counties Ip
Egypt. It has a broad extent of territo
ty, a remarkable per cent, of, it-,ls suscop
Uble of highly successful .eulUvatlo.it,
and the coal that underlies It may be
Mloulatdby millions Of tons. Aud the
people of Jackson ooanty know that
theno great resources denoud 'for
their development wholly upan
the presence of railroads. Yitl)out 'ail
roads they would lie comparatively val
ueless; with railroads they will become
incalculably valuable. This fact, we re
peat, is understood by tho citizens of
Jackson county aud their Totes on tho
iMtuday of July jylll proplalux. tothe,
world that they are wllltug (o do their
part In tho work of lifting "Egypt eut of
tho wilderness." Th'e'o'rdcr of the court
Jn In tho words following:
Whereas, A petition has been present
ed to this court, signed by more than
fifty legal voters of the county of Jack
son, to-wlt: signed by eighty-six legal
voters or eald county, setting forth thut
they are desirous thatouo huudred thou
sand dollars of stock more than has
horejoforo been voted for,' should be
taken by said couuty in the Cairo k til,
Louis railroad company; uud prayiug
that au order be made by this court pro
vldlng for aud uatllug an election to be
held at tho usual voting places lu each
precinct in said couuty, on Saturday, tho
21th day of July, A. D. 1809. for tho pur
pobo of uscerjalultig ttie views und
wishes of the legul voters of said county
as to tho proposed subscription to said
stock; pro vide J, Murpuysboro bo mndc
a point upon said railroad Hue.
It Is therefore considered and ordered
by the court thut the question bo submit
ted to tho legul voters of Jackson county,
on Saturday, tho twenty fourth (2tih)
day of July, A. D. 1800, at an election to
be called for that purpose, which election
is hereby ordered, to voto for or, against
subscription by said county Jor ouu huu
dred thousand dollars togk hi ,tlo, ituL
Cairo A til. Louis railroad, and the Issu
ing of bonds of said county,. to mid fall?
road conipuuy In " payniup j-rftbert;
fore, provided, tht. ' tho. boijd.a.
proposed to bo issued shall run
twenty years at the'cjiilbnYSf sald'Jac'kV
on nnuntv. snlil hnmU In hour iilirht (R
percent. Iruerest per aunuru; no pshf of1
said bonds to bedell!! fu'sMd Lalrb'4,
nit AJUM.a 1UIIIUHU viiujj'mij w . I twu
said railroad is completed t9 Jsaurahys;
kc-ro. at which time eae-half er tho
bonds herein proposed to be' Issued 'for
such stock shall be delivered to said rail
road company, and the other half of aaid
bonds to be Issued and delivered when
aid railroad 13 finally completed,:fral
Cairo to St. Louis and cars runiug on tho
No liability Is Incurredby said county
to issue bonds or to pay Itatejrestiuri the.
proposed subscription uutjl fujl perform
ance by said railroad 6Bpany ofJaH the,
conditions precedent above'presoflbdjl
HO W OBAJfTLOOA'sAw ii t -
The West Point correspondent, hifieu
New York 'World' says of Mr. Grants
appeurencc: "Tho president is lpeMtflbf
a,ulte thin and worn, aud hls'beard
whioh he wears now clipped cjasesneaau
the coat of a ahorn celt, gives him almost
a cadaverous appearaaeeVHe dresses lo.
unrelieved black, with a -silk bat bf an
tique mould but modern gloss, and the
brilliancy of his boots suggest them to
bave been tho pair created for him by
the immortal nmj yearning' boot-matter
of Buffalo." - 4 1
There are In IIIlnbTsTSboit"Mvfnchun
dred Musculo Lodges, with, a aiembar-
hln nf ovnr fortv thnuua.faiJ. Thaaa
Members may be fouMik'veryJdepart-'
ment of business, and in 'every, respect
able station in life, antt Include much or
the wealth, Intelllgejcf and,, refinement
of the community And to It lsjn ajl
other states and counties. Tills ia. what
the filanchard convention., propose to
fight. Let them fight
The extraordinary vordiot of one hun
dred thousand dollars damages In tho
ftoraiTUO-Oillir lironxli nf nrnmlu .mu
Will ATflltA AttAllMnii f lirnmrllntlf. tlin
country, and probablyiprocluco a crok'pf
similar suits. The'ep1W5tlol?,oSfS
Yeraici is, mat me jury were oeaviaoeu
that Bprague not only violated his 'con
traot to marry Miss Craig, but lied about
her and conspired against her to blast
her character. 5 1
GARB ON DALE AND THE SOVTJT-
ERtf NORMAL. ,! ,
The'eititens 6f "Carbondale are putting
forth prodigious efforts to aecuro the
presence in that town of the Southern
Illinois Normal Hefeool. They week, with
.a will, and, it mast be, cob feeeedi with
much judgment. , To eilist tbe ee ope '
ration of Williamson and Uaten ;oun-!
ties a call has been issued fort a mast,
mooting in Carbondalo to-morrow.
The following call wo copy frosf tho
Morpbysboro 'Argus:' t,r' - 1
The citizens of Jaokson, Williamson
and Union counties are requested to
meet In Carbondale en Saturday, June
ISth, at 2 o'clock p.m.'la'thegraia house,
to discuss and devise means lo secure tho
location of the Houthern Illinois Normal
University al Carbondale. Qen. Logan
and others will address the meeting.
Wo will urgo tbo following, reasons
why the people of these counties should
,mage atrong effort fortbe Ualverslty:
1. If the school is located at Carbon
dale, they can' educate their children at
a 'great dCHLle" expWse thanJf it were,
ftt,ftfttnoe from them. TltaWwIU b4
'Mve time as Many pupllspfibeae raoun-
'ties beaeflted by it If located, 'C Carbon-
uaie as avi m lieu locaien ewewuere. , 1
2.i'iltwilt attract an Immigration of
Intelligent, ebterprlslag people, who
will rapidly develop aad hbUd up our,
counties aud securja jb) mi, an InteKlf ent
population By Imaflgratloh ,a4 Ike
educatlor . our cbildtem we wbU kT
anh6jin1a..on sccehd m aene'.M Mm
"" I '"J ' ,' k
H.- It will exert' a MMtowee oa our
schools and the cauee M edueatioa, at
laealculable' importaaee: It,wMli alo,
elevate our schoolsto a" level -wMh the
4. It will bring into our raidai several'
hundred paplls make a,leeoe market
for our produce,, and that incfeaaa 4ha.
value of the products of our farms and
industry. This iaud-lmlgratlon will
rapidly Increoso1 the value of our farma
audjOUier property. This Influence will
cxtcnU to the remotest parts of both coun
" 5. Tho vicinity of. the scIkk)! will nlve
Increased value to farms and other prop,
erty for a great distance around" it. x Jt
will aid to develop feu re re at resoorces
and place our part of the stato where
such advantages have put other portions.
The value of tho Institution can hi Esti
mated from the exertions other sections
are making te secure It. Are we to be
laggards In tho race? We have had ad
vantages tliatnono can claim to have,
and with proper effort, can secure the in
stitullon. i , .
.There are u good many people who think
proof-reading ono of tho cnaiet things ia the
world, and who get very impaUtni.oTcr mis
takes in borks and newspapers. A writer in
a recent number ef tho Galaxy gives some
interfiling instances of typographical errors,
lie nicutlons onn edition of the Bible which
eon tains 6,000 mistakes. He gives tho follow
ing example of tho dUBcultlet In the way of
getting out a perfect book. Some professors
of the. University of Ediabargr resolves! te'
publish o book which sbealil he a model 'of
typogiapblcal accuraeyX'sSix proofreaders
were employed ;rahd after it wns tfeeigbUo
benerfect, tho sheets were pasted upein'tho.
hall of tho University, and a reward of two
hundred and fifty dollars was offeredfor every
,ialslakc that, should betdiscoyertd.. Wliea.
tho .Uoelc was printed it was rosnd tnat it
cop laiscd sovcral errors, ono.bclng in thc.
tie pace 'another la the first'Wiiae(lr9t
chaottr.- The only books-tkat-are believed-
m -y r r-r i
xo w :nurciy iree irom error sru an wwin
;ea1ioapf.UtJllbo; a Ljadon ,aad;L4alc
Uorare.nud an1 Amerl
ished la Praeia. I
Only three citbie
habitant" aged YM,
i Thejilrst cut hi
mado in 1777, hi Jereinial
of Cumbsr&and. It. I.
the castor bean, and' is preparing to
phyMo the whole' natlop juiJ i)
"'Au eloplag Jitisband In Miaslsslp;
writes back to lili wife to bring vtM
xhildreu religiously, as he hopes to meet
tbem in nearen.
ki'AMaryland negro criminal stole tho
aianaKecoaier oi jtnet preapaen wuue
praytag la his eell the 'night 'before 'his'
'ejsecutron'. - ,
Bev. Joslah Klag. a negro preacher of
Lynchburg, Iain Jail because of an un-.
controlled pa&slon ferji ailfbbecs! tat-1
. A self registering ballot box has beea
invented by a Lopdoa Mechaaia,-wtiUh,
it ite4aliBslt.esUibot befl tampered wHh
,T b. Yale, class, of 1819 wUob- ladilis
iftieth aaalversary this year, hastwelve
aurviveaai,of a classof thUuJUe.c-T
nThe Iritb' reaubllcans.prbposa-to.Meat-
in Chicago, on the 4th of Julynext A
oven fey nine, nea room
modate the entire party.
. A lady in New York l
effectaal atteMpI to wh
tan Dy annaiag paie
blushes at the expert
The Library of Conffrcss has? recentlv
auircd a vafnaiiLI addition -af. basks ia'ISM'
"rtfr: f Set!
&aaUkJaBguag,-largely Mtausf te A Mar-,
lca()many of.which formed a peVtton ot wbatq
is tenqwa as bm JOHaximuiaa JMMry, wear
;apjd at Lelp'slcl 'Tbe ocgTessaWl. HbmVy;
astMMWMMsjsaaaa m&j,mb aertiav
caMiarMMMMvi-.-'i-st si u
ff,1"1 ."'.JP.MPJl' faarai
m.T iJTO Mais
auaing an w
ww5BW "J? twnsawHaejijar Hie louowing vote, via:
thousand of which bave beea added wtthia
Al J . -S I - M - M "III m .
Lfal1ul al.tul.ir. 'HlO f'WU "llllll) ()(
Joba Hi Barratt basWoaa lata the aaM
Miaaloa buslneM ia BaltiMore.
s; A..'Bartl,.or 'Delkwari,
ia Just recovering froM the small-pox.
Mr. Roberts, tke BMalsb Manlsteri Is
iow in .New York, watching Cuban, af-
The steryabeutBcvefdy Johnson being
beaten ent of $15,000 by. aa English Ian
lerd is denied! r ' n- . 3
Santa Anna is residing at Puerto Platfr,
la SCDomlagn; sad la aaid to intend' re
tar a ing to 1 ntelt his days on Sta'teULi-,
The "fciarlngfleld "(Maes) aWjwbllsaa'
aays thatSamacr ia gbfng to tke faIAc
coast with the Committee on Ways and
Means. ., D ,
Jesse I). Bright Isresldcnt of acoai''
pany just formed, to xverk tho salt sf-jngs
aad. coal mines ia Lawreneo eouaty,
Kentucky. , r
Mr. Ellhu BurriU, the "Learned Blaok-
vamith,'' having been superseded as Amer
jcaa consul at Bfrxatagton, ia ooaikig
"IJIIm Coutts' great market-house in
Xqfldon Is not aglft to the public or the
clty Every stall ia. rented by the lady
oa her own accoutti j J J j;
William F. Ritchie, Esq., formerly cd
iter af tha Richmond 'Enquirer' is at the
New Yark' Belle vue Hospital, for .treat
Ment af a painful iaiarf te.tbe kie. D
'cntly aw a white boy and a little dar
Mjjnoaaa up togetber as berscs anda
peace and ia war. Hia last achlef eraent
-was lenqonas a neaeut. almost sinuie
banded, to' a second-rate actress In CliI;
w ( Jr,f ft
UeMe of'theTarisJouruallsLs affect to
believe that MUo; Nliason Is already
married ta the iDuke, devMaeea.j-whlter;
vaiwia iau asi oewij U V OUD a CUgagCU
to tbo Baron de Soepa.
'Tbe first, arched stone bridge. Itt. ilijj.
United Bfaiea was built over thelpswlck
River, Massachusetts, in 17C4, by Judge
Choate, and before it waa oanedet:
iravei was oajieu "cnoate's holiy.
?Hon. J.- W; PaUerson.Senator fro:
New Hampshire,' has lsKoeptaua Invi
tation to deliver the,oratlje&rere the
Phi Bit Kappa lcleaUaawUilBT CJij;
Jam Srliuawlnlr ' -ThilniflKV'!
afternoon, July 16.
Tho latest news from, aaaf af Ohle's
"loyalist" sons Is glveaanvaeMlewidf:'
"Ben. Wade has gone Weai U eaamlae
tbe Pacific Railroad. VAtt swearlag '
ployeee will be promptly discharged
Ben. allows no competition in that line1."
wltb Iter to California. Isba is a preach
er, and goes toget hisTplety refreshot(
- . .1.- ..fl'l ..Jll. 1. 4 I . T T I
mubk via Yimou uuxuLiuy, niijaurm-'
H scrabble; Hell's Half.acrenefJther cen
ters of godllaeas in the mining regions.
Jeha B."- Bond, a laVyer ef tbat place,
was united In marriage to Miss Octavia
ri. ZoliioiTiRr-mntltMr. .N. GaiLkas. af
Kentucky; 'toKlse "Mary IX Zolllooffer?
Beth'IadlM ars'dtugbtara'or the late Gen-
'jffiillll ft j f
;r)feaatT Mayor, Oberly, sad CoaaeiU
, Rearuenaad wtmamson
the last Mwigre-colTdtnn
to tho purchase of the bti the
city Jail is situated on, and on motion
Coesaafe Bsaijiaa the resolutio
( j aejMMU laaljlas) was presented an
read from the city attorney In relatlo
him at the laat maetli
I - ..id v.. u .
ttaa til UfaaeUMf B Itarclay
nfoation was. referred to the
. Tba elerk read au affJawance
iaa aeMkiabM !kre)aliea
nf th cltv marahal." Off Sirttft
Bswea upoBJua secoaaMaug oy
following vote,, vIjj;
- Ayes Barclay, Rearda andWilllam-
The elerk read an ordinance, entitled
asrajrd4mBta relatlettto nriboBr4
-Tbls beiag the aecead reading of'the 'or',
alaaaee, couaeMmaa Barclay' mdvediie
Adoption, which, oj Botlwas lyy,
vhw loiiuTfuiK vow, via.;. ,m
-ItaWlajr, Kearde Ijijft
), s " , tin
read an ardJaaiioe .eatlrled
a havnkibeen imendby Hho
aldermen, aad setit back'tdHhH
MlaauaMiuoU for Macurrtnce.'waa. on
motion df councilman Rearden. concur.
redJa and the ordinance adopted, as
boy noldinr the reins .and driving
9fkn4itiha. iquaseat ?n
sssrsssssl)sssstsan. 1 "-!
IhKsairVmn. ! - '
rlm).-,n. - . VU ' .. ... ' ' . .
I . . . . .
Tha iattawptl Jalat raselatlea kavlag
passed the board of alderra.efranTefM
red to tbesele'o't couucll for cancarrance7,
was, on motion, laid over for further con
siderotic , . .' ' ff"!
Resolved', By the board of 'aldermen,
the-seleot1eauncll concurrfBff, tliat'tbo
mayor aad city clerk of tbo city ofCatron
nro hereby authorized and empowered,
to lease the city pump, boilers,) engine,
eta. on the corner of 10th and Ohio
Xevc'e, for tho period of 30 years, on tbo
That the leasee shall erect adwlnlnf the
.same .a mill or factory, ; capable . ef
employing one hundred bands, to Keep
tbo, (said property lu good repair, aud,. to
ueo satno for puasphig out taoisipowaier,
"whenoverso ordered by tloproacr-'authorities,
for tho nurh of orlod6llaf per
year leusc; the said cltyofCarfo agrca
lag to'kecp up tho repairs of eajd'ni Mili
ary when used f r tho 'a foresaid purpose
earned fori the city arid further' agree
ing that tho tnldpuinp property, dHrlng
the term nf lease, Hlin.ll be exempt from
all city taxes and assessments of all de
scription and character.
On million mllourned.
1ATKICK AIOOKLEK, City Clerk.
" , . AiJ , i
j" K. Mc'Ki'MM, ' " "
BAKIk AND CO.VFKCTIONEss;
Commerclkl Tenu between Uth th itreU,
It prnrel to farnlih all kinds of HfiVi i
CAKES AND CONFECTMIlaV
in rinlar: art n lr 'ui arfnrn C.xVtm
iif SBBDr. an4 aanj drf compt(e k MliTef
rneiiiiplit.-trJ)rwork. J Af
- Afnger t nam (hetnrr limn ta otr liou In tM
r ft sH
"HoLjae I hentbr Ri-en
or jmv nit, rix i-ar
or doi inocii
no cur or uaira i;uui ubci
of Cairo iltAll julxcrlbo SldO.luO in city
bonds towarili the ctiiiut stock of.lb CJro k KulW
twenty yean nf-
let date, and to bear luUfet fmm Jnle
e, at tho rate of
U percent, per annum. Baldelectlon will ba held at
jt tbe following jriaces, tIi
Keeond Ward At Arab l'lre ConiianyM Ki
rirViWara ai joienn Mchiniifn emcirs . I
Third Ward At B, Rhannejiy'e ofBce.
Ti All voter In farorof said aubscrlntlon atatl hwi
wrlllen or printed on their ballot the. word." "For
nuueeripuon," ana aii asinii ism sunecription ine
word ''Asainrt Hubcriplion.
f 1, No. M.J
To araeivl sechon Hi of an ordinance entitled "An
ordlnaace to adopt tliermllruoeof UiktUr of Cako.
akctioa Ttiat section numbered 211 ef "An ordl.
asq'". 2doMth or J joinces of the cltjr of Cairo m
esd TMie) section ih following word, rial
.1 That no Dor m Kim hall liin I
day of 'Jans aad ibe Itt dar of Noti mber run at large
I A A tut nv mnp isr m s . nn n
aain on Thus war
i - '
With his Great
C'RKNCKNT CITV CIRCUS !!v
dsi'3r. d'-zr- has lull
fcTho ChaMtilaa C'ircua Trii ejjrj
Friday uud Nut Hribty, Juuo 18tk
-jl Afi"0 1U J
X U. JOSEPH;
Mt S, JSs.
thj,c,9n kUwf to arena, MIm
' KMMA BTIOKNKY,
Vnffblero'tlio far famed 'Old Sam BtlcL
old timt fowjtel whoie. dashing acts of equestr
hire watt fnr'hcr tbo proud title of "Queen o
the feaross and.beanlirul equettricauor
on I.eapr,5'rlr: "
' CltAKLt.3 MCOAaniX,
MMlr.Ys t .tt2Arrxrx.&xfxtT
u. . - p 1
"iT "i "'"r w Vtvi
iho.woadetfui oeutotlonltt, or boneless man.
a0-" " r WILSON BKOTHEB8
thlaaub,(lat8of rowers' Circus),
raiNK ROBINSON aad CLAftK 0UH,
BtSl sneer ta oar s sm m ) rrla aal Satueaaf,
wiiuiu iuuupiu oi niu ciiT-wiiaouiinaTinfa 'saov
stpUsl wire or leather motsla necursiy fasteuadWer!
and aretUMl Us mouth, so , usdef all QlrcuiasUacrf i
to sffsctustly prersnt Its bttlnc. - - T
Apprae June is, 1OT. JOHN II. OMtKl.T,. .
' WW tausa .'asassssH:?'
,ssssL.sa Uv"- Nr9j3k . I
jaaas-aMBHJMBw ,t.iA; tufi
wiuVihibit 'at "
J3Uiis4 rKJFfrWr)JJ 1t(1t1V III
(TV i I . ,
II nr I uvu.'t sttna rinisSi
n'a TO eaaaaaaMa. 4
BlaiSaj, . rssssssssssssssssssssssssTalssssafTfc f
TKRKCH IsXACKINIl-Tl.rr t n perfect rush
JL to Riretws Tor tho celebrated French lllackln.
polltS"" 8 unurl)V,f,, Mft boot and alio
NSW IS TUB TltlE-Tn
Snod (haue. I'alntlnr nnA
but vour lidunei la
vrwwoi me uar. nilo Lead and mill
fs Tln demand.
Uh ln I.
aims or an col-'
llie'UHEKr LAHKI, Drug
prrrc.vu ins j,oce. yo cnnet l'ainu
'wsea and ta--lun- nf all ktrtj. Now
U. . . , 1 . , - -
VulnEK.ittTVMV''t'1' WhIU Lead,
T Ana tUmm IL'l. T a . t . . I J . . t ...
cntBet the I.lahlnih Vtv I'iukf-h n...
fmT.H saairswUi fllfa anj kllli flioma
x - " ' i- ti titi a- i
larae at, .m, oto Ihers; ctt tot them, and sat
Ihem with a1
Iiai7i.nn aro quioaiyvreiict el or wornw.
o cents a box, or, If jroowlsh thrmsentby
iiiirir-nro. ccnu to Barclay llrd., Sad
JC our HIlTerwarcbrwht d
0R BAtc-SUtcrBosp.Jiut The thing to. make
inj. yoif(aieji naa
idetleM at Barclaya'.
AI.B UK A DM AND URAT IIAIIM AT
TESTIOS-Do TOtl want arpnwJ nf th
.it head of hair that you nnno prided tut If so, f
lo Uarclava' and tako tour ckn
(mco or iie'ioraiiTc
itarreu-f, iiairs. uirrit's. King's. Ayei
WOwl', JAyne'; Mrs. window's, Eureka, and
, Avers, uienuicr',
Kureka. nn,! nnr
otjvtr ycemiiy want, jaalsdlng tho Jatamantl. -
WAHTITD To find the fmllTldual in Cairo, or
elsewhere, who has Irlrd Kerr's Mystom Ueno
rator.wilheutrcrrlrlnR DKCIDKD IIKNKKIT. Many
or our leadlns oiliasn lure toelcd Its virtues to rati
facllan. At iWclaya'. , . ...
ttm IT-MudgeWAm-rlosli Vfi?rrVne;,'untlk
J. other winrs, is Inxutiro in ita eOccu. It is a
pieamnt and rellablo cure for coMlTenri. To bo had
Kt l)aroUy'. , . n
AtrrieM ltllACt:-A superior tuipcn
' klr( or pants i an uiieiunlled brnco far
der far skirts or tunls i an unrnunllei
mid tiiuuiurn ; uways n SUM 'irurri a
Wate, or tioi
SWKCT ajDIXIMr-TliAgenuIno nrtlcl.. In U
had llarclsya. guinlnu free from liiUenim, and
yetceoiatrtlntatl he rlrtiieaof common.nuinliio.,.
IfWWI 1 1 HACCO
SJ who wish lo oult chewlns t
OUfl Chewlfiff loliAZ-rjl rn flnil i.
uuaiBUMof Utirlon's ABllasls.' iistu box naif?
y ' nenuurejr fem o iinrcisy llrolhew, falro,
and thoy wilt send you a box by mail.
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