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hc Evening fuUctiu,
TUESDAY, JUNE 22, -180S,
PUBMBUKD II Y JOHK If. OHBRLT CO.
M. . HABflKLL, AfiSOOIATK SDITOB.
UllttoU Ontrnl R. Change or TIim,
The trains now feaVe as follows :
flail train leave Rl...-.r...I.-..'....-. 8 o'elee.af sLw.'
MipreM " " 2:40 P"'
Mall train arrive at 2 o'clock a.m. .
Kiprra " " Pm
l-'llKHMIT TRAINS :
Way, leavmaU........ :30o'cloclc a.m.
Kxpres., " 4jl " P.m.
Ki press " ;
Dnlly, Buiulfiya excepted
Portions requiring Hie services of a first
ulftss dentist, fthoultXcall-nt tlicrdbmH of
Dr. AuhHii, over tho Htoro of Messrs. El
llott, Ilnythorn &Co. JlOlw
The custom" house TvUTbo put under
roof durintr thi coming fall. Tne pres
ent appropriation by u tit-lit fit, will be
Mifllclont to do thlH.
. . - -
Charles Sehocnmoyur, at tho Egyptian
aloon, corner of Tenth street and Va.ih.
ingtun avenue, hns Just received a fresh
supply of tho celebrated b'eltzer Wator
and WcIh Beer. Call and (see him. It
Tho roof of the now school hoiibo haa
been leaking for some tlmo past, and has
looaeued tho plastering In (ho upper
"Chool-room. A luiloli haH fallen ofTJntfd
tho appearand! fiftW room'lnis, been
loo for, thqiJfoiirtl,wrC; f p
Hereafter a supply of lco will bo kept
for Halo on tho corner of.l!Hhlnnil.Pophilr,
nt the witno rate as furnUhed by other
dealers. May 27 tf.
. . -.. . -
Tho city comptroller, Mr, O. P. Isynn,
1h lying at IiIh homo In thls'clty, cjulto ill
of fever. It Ih prolmuly tho result of ex
posure while in the discharge of his duty
ub assessor. 1
Wo understand that Mr. 8. P.' Wheoler
has resigned his olllce of school diicctor,
tho resignation to take od'ect Immedi
ately. Tho position of school director ii a
thankle4 one, yet we hope to see Mr.
Wheoler worthily succeeded.
Have your lives and property. A.
Frailer Is agent for the copper scroll light
ning rod company and will fill all orders
promptly. Call at once and have them
nut on your building. This U tho bent
and tiafest rod now made. Bhop on Com
merclal avenue, between Eloventh and
Twelfth street. apl21d3ra
- - .
A young married lady. In a frantlo
frame of mind, made hnrappearanca lu
tho third ward, yesterday, furiously ges
Mediating and threatening all kind of
direful vengeance against her husband.
He viw a brute, she Hald, and hhc would
have nothing but hi heart's blood. The
unfortunate fellow w.n hid behind a pile
of brick, and when his wife left tho lo
cality of hN hiding pl nee,-ho -scampered
oil at a rapid pace, evidently believing
that his better-half inoant what she, saldf
At a meeting of tho school director
yesterday, Mr. Joel O. Morgan wan cho
sen as principal of the Cairo Public
schools during tho ensuing scholastic
tear. Mr. Morgau has tthown himself
devoted friend of popular education,
and Is doubtless familiar with all tho Im
proved methods allko In matters of lit'
structlon and school government In
tho management of the High Bchool he
will doubtless bring tu his aid an able
and experienced asslutaut, so that he
may dovoto a reasonable portion of his
tlmo lu the other department.
If you want a good stove, or tinware
hollow-waro, copper or sheet-Iron ware,
tin roof, gutter, or anything In that line,
call on A. Fraser, Commercial avenue,
beteen Eleventh and Twelfth street,
where ha kaa moved to, and fitted up the
largest and most complete shop In
Particular attention given to steam
boat and mill work, copper smithing
and shcot Iron work, such as chimneys,
breecher escaping steam-pipes, ito.
Flfljr Ycnr Aifo.
With some of our very old bottler,
stuch as John Bird, somo of tho Webbs,
Hooppaws, AthortotiB, and liackoys, tho
namo attached to tho following note,
may stir up momorios of the long ago,
when Cairo was unthought of, and the
country 'round about was a wild and un
lUnchn lllauco, Texas,
Junell, IBM. f
Editors (hlroWulktln? Having, lu tho
Hprlug of 1820, In connection with F. E
Hutchlnga, put up nnd finished the llrat
building (a frame, slnco burned) ever
erected at the mouth of tho Ohio then
known as Bird's Point, J naturally feel
u wish to know of tho changes tho Inter
vening half centur has wrought. Your
nanor. a true reflex of the country and
times, you wlll'obligo mo by forwarding
tho samq to tho address of
J, T. CliKVKIMNI).
Juno 22 d&wlw
Dr. Austin, Mirfoon dentist, extraot
teeth without pain, and In tho insertion
of now teeth, singly or In settsglves the
most comploto Fntlsfuotlon. Itoomif,
Commercial avejuto, between Eighth and
Ninth streets. . Jlfilw
Tho stream of men and horses that con
tlnued, for a half an hour or more, to
pour, Into, the vacant square at the cor
ner of Tenth and Poplar street this morn
ing, gave ample aasuranoo that Lake
speaks tho truth when he declares that
his is the biggest show on the American
continent. In tbo number of men and
horses It surpasses any organization of
the kind we over saw, and ,W by far the
largest that ever spread canvas In Cai
ro. What it does, not embrace In tho way
of, equestrians, gymnasts, tumblers.
vauJ '- vait. jjuiajjVsujy.
Tho trial of Capt. William B. Donald
son, of tho samor Great Republic, fo i,09m0 fl,ts of his irato comrades rain
the murderof tho negro man named AnOW8 on hiH head and t)0ly. yVhon tho
derson, continues to excllo much publlroo .ijravo rollov- had pouaded him
attention, and forming, In the city of St mUch an thoy felt luo'llaed, thoy'
Iouls, tho all-absorbing topic of converged, leaving him wounded to an ex
flalion' ,nt that called for tho oQlpes of a sur-
The evidence upon which tho prosccu.on. '
Hon chiefly rely Is that of a colored manri10 wouuded man Is still In tho city,
named Lawrcnco Glover, who claimnHinJurlcsbelngwfanicfoutly'usVero tolay,
that ho was present, hand-cuffed, whonn, Up, probably for a week or ten days.
Capt. Donaldson entered tho baggage f Vni jinUm!: most llkclv. bocauso
fro room of tho Great Republic, and shpjMM(1 t0i) ,lrunk to ttasLl?tiu tho removal
chll'l.''-l'hTs:redu(itign will o(hC all of t10 clrclIS) trapH to the'fcailat. An
to go who have a taste for wonderful, unUBBi amount of labor, ooaaequQnUyY '
chnsto and elegant arenlc Hporto and
MnNOiifRKxi'tmtoil'fO I'liiliinh. " '
The1 Mnnonlo fraternity "of Cairo 'prrf'
poao.tojoliv their neighboring brethren
in tho celebration of Kt. John's day, in
Piulucah. With (hat lovr, tho spacious
Btoamer Underwriter ' had bee (V char
tered; and'Will loave our landing at an
early hour on tho morning of tho 2Uh.
A-fluo baud of music will accompany
the excursionists, .sothatthQSQ'whtJ may
feel Inclined to Join In tho danco may do
so to their satisfaction. Tho public-general
ly is luvltod'tojolu in tho excursion,
audit Is qultoprobablo thata number of
families, not connocted with tllo order,
will accept the Invitation,
It la expoctcd that the brotherhood at
Mound City will turn ouf, and a largo
delegation will probably go up from Me
tropolis. Should tho day bo a fair due,
Itaero will, mostlkoly, bo large delega
tions down the river from Shawneetown,
(Goconda and Bmlthlaud. tho whole
forming one of the largest assemblies of
Masons ever seen lu this country.
Faro, for tho round trip, 52 6Q.
The Cairo Ilrjtnrku nt Hmphl.
Tho "Cairo Dry-docks" aro now in
their place at Memphis; full-handed with
buslnciu, and giving employment to one
hundred and fifty men. Tho docks were
two days making tho trip to Memphis,
and the wholo of the third day In mak
ing tho landing from tho point above,
becauso of a severo wind that blow off
tbo Arkansas shore. '
'Capt. tJeo. W. Ktreeter Is still with tho
dookf, but will remain only long enough
to complete somn unfinished business.
TliuMempUK papers aro enthusiastic
over the apqulsltion. Tho 'Avalanche'
sayrt: "Wo regard tho establishment of
tho Hfy-docks hero iib tho commence
ment of a new era ,1a ourbusloess his
tory " We aro not a bit Jealous. On tho
contrary, wo hopo the Moniphlans' will
realize, in the workings on tho docks, all'
tholr present sangulno anticipations.
- . .
Tho youngaters.of the town took pos
session of tho circus ring this morning,
and had clrciw on their, own account'
Tholr attempts to throw somentuults
were. laughable. only to lookers on. They
could-throw a tialf a somersault as good
ob anybody, but each boy seemed to be
satlsflod afUroue trlall And as for pyr
amiding that was their for to. It en
dangered the llmba of, the little boya an
top only, and consequently 'twas a fea
ture of the show that was in great favor.
Had no, a gentleman looker-on Jnter
ferred and stopped the show, it Is quite
probable that at least a half dozen, of tho
smallest boya present, would have boon.
carried home with Broken limbs.
"Barrett's" removes Dandruff
ProfvAppe!, tKe principal of the Ger.
man school, Informs us that Ills school
will not be closed during the summer.
There are a number of families1 in the
city who will gladly avail themselves of
tho opportunity thus presented to keep
their children constantly at school. Pu
plls of other schools aro Urns' afforded, i
chance, during their vacation, to learn
Germah". ' '
Prof, Appul Is a successful teacher. His
discipline Is purentalftiftd 'tlie' progress
made by his school Is nmpjo proof pf his
ability ns nn instructor. ' .
Tjio Arabs have accepted an Invitation
from "tho Mechanics flro company; of
Paducah, to visit that cty on tho Cth pf
July. Messrs. Reardoh, ICo'rth and Es'oh
back have been appointed committee
to tuako arraugemouts for the proposed
exoursion. Tho faro for tho rouud trip
Will, bo mado very low, and It la the In
tention of tho Arabs to mako tbo bc'caV
bIoii one of tho most pleasant of the
year. Tho steamer. Undorwritor will bo
'employed, and a good cotillion band will'
accompany the party, so that those who
wish may trip tile light fantastic toe
"Barrett'h" makes new, hair.
What has become of tho Union county
'Herald?' Cairo 'Times'.
The publishers deigned to submit tho
Initial number to our inspection; but
Htopped there with a decisiveness that
lends us to apprehend a call for the re
turn of It, ami with thanks for the use
of It. If the 'Herald' thinks It can get
along, without exchanges, lot . It., go on,
and it will too whut it will see.
"Barrett's" oleansen the scalp.
Three Hen Whip m rtleepltsa; afan, Eaajr.
One of tho men connected with Noyes'
Crescent City Clrous Indulged la over
doses of the "forty-rod," on Saturday
evening, and feeling the effects very
sensibly, colled 'himself np under the
canvass, and commenced courting the
"drowsy." How long he had slept he Is
not prepared to say, but his nap was
rudely cut short by throe of hit fellows
who mounted him and, with clenched
lists, applied a blow to every square Inch
of tho surface of his body. Ho was
awakened by blows on tho face, and was
lead to suppose, for a moment, that ho
krf bnnn csuirht out In A SUOWtr of crrnnn
- - ROihe!. frmtand furloui dl'd lhn
'fell to tho lot of his fellows, and heuco
their uncontrollnblo anger.
- i i n. 1
AskHllwhou.se ."Barrett's." ,
" 'Xmrly (J our, mill Nome NqscsIIoiih.
(Tho small-pox has utmost (entirely dls
apj.'urcd from our midst, tho only cases
of' which wo haventiy knowledge being
A) far convalescent as to remove any
danger of tho spread of tho dlseaso
femall-pox, as a general thing, comes
at'theblddliiK of filth. It makes ita ap
peuranco In tho low hovels of tbo ne
groes, whore noisome Bmells, vermin and'
recking nastiness find their abode, and
upon such abhorrent' provender grown
and flourishes. Individuals of cleanly
persons and hablto aro liable to attacks
of It, but through contact or infection.
only. They never "breed It" nor foster
We would suggest, therefore, to tho fil
thy portion of our black population (and
whIUi also) the propriety of "cleaning
up." A monthly, even dully application
of water to thelrfloeh will not prove hurt
ful, although tho cuect may provo
"oueer." And a periodical chango of
linen say once every. Christmas, or oft
ner, will bo attended by wholcsomo re-
suite. Wo charge nothing for those sug
gcstlons, and if anybody falls sick In
consequence of adopting them as u rule
of life, and shows his sincerity by dying,
wo'll write him an obituary that will
mako his relations feel bo proud that
they will utterly deny their parentage
and claim descent from some noblo
"ahuke." See If we don't
Ileulttifiil unit Ilcllsbtrul lleveraRCtt
The celebrated Seller', KIssIngen and
joulsvlllo Artesian waters aro kept on
draught at'tho City Drug Storo, Com
mercial avenue, between Blxth nnd Sev
enth streets. Je 15 tf
, Tho, Sunllower Billiard Saloon, on Ohio
.Lovee, Is furnished with tho latest styles
of tables, and the bar supplied with tho
, most excellent liquors. Freo lunch Is
ipread everyday at 9 a. m. and 10 p. in.
Fort lUat for (ha IIara KmOImb; at
Tw oVIock, F. M.
Gfn. Andaraon, Columbia. Wt. Whlta, Padueak.
Kobart E, Lev, LouiiTllIe. Sam Brown, do
Tallmo,,VliTllle. lUTOlution.tlt. Ixinla.
Champion, Cincinnati. Great Kapuklie, ii. O.
Alaaka, Kew Orleana.
Uan. Andf ron, Columbui. Wm White, Fadoeak,
Iterolutlon. Mound Ctlr. Robert B. Lee. N. O.
Bain Hrown, Loularille. Champion, Nt. LouU,
A heavy rain fell for some hours yes
torday ovonlng, but ceased in time to
allow the sky to beoomo almost clear of
clouds before dark. Light but somewhat
threatening olouds aro plontlful to-day,
and the temperature is so warm as to
cause us to anticipate more rain.
' 'The Mississippi is still rising at (St.
'Louis, and the rivers above that port are
generally swelling. Considerable rain
Tho Ohio Is stationary at Pittsburg
with thrco and a half feet- water lu the
channel, and falling nt Lotilsyillo with
six feet seven Inches In tho chuto over
( 4Horo tho river has risen five Inches
hIiico last report.
The Virginia broko her larboard uhaft
When five miles above Vicksburg and
came upon oho wheel a far as u point
about 45 miles above- Motriphls when her
other shaft broke also, nnd sho will be
compelled to have alt t6wboat to tow her
to Cairo for repairs, ' Sho had a slim trip
which was turned over to tljo Alaska.
Business is mqderatoiy brjak on tho
' Tho Talisman brought ou.-lQ hhds to
b.aoco for reshlpmout east per Blue Lino
cars, and 44 ditto for Now Orleans. She
had a tremendous trip of freight and peo
ple to Paducah. She lays over, here un
til to-morrew evening in order to take
ttio same passengers homo from tho.Ia
sonic celebration tit Paducah.
Tho White brought 40 bbls meal lor
Momphls, OtoiiBmetal, 10 bundles spokes,
1 hhd tobacco for Cairo.
The Bobt. El Leo'recolvod hero 00 hhda
tobacco, 1,010 bbls flour, llSnks oats nnd
aovoral lota sundries,
Tho Wm.' Whlto, Capt. Northern,
leaves hero, us usuul, thla ovonlng for
The Qulokstop, Cajit. Dexter, is tho
regular packet for Evansviloo this p m
Carl L.Thomas, sign, house and steam
boat painter, has removed his shop from
the corner of Eighth street and Commer
cial ivenue, to thobaeemerit'of tbo City
National Bank Building, where he will
be pleased to meet his patrons and friends
usual. je 21 Iw
Fltn KKSTAdetlrabla Dwelling Hoase, con
talnlOC tlx roomi. on Fifth nir VTilnui itrane.
yippijw UI2MMJ JOHN W.HRUVER,
Fjafor Tounx Mca on thA int-retlriff relation
of Ilrldtgroem ia Bride, In tht liutltutiq of Marrlai
apildo to matrimonial felleltjr, and true bapplnen.
sicm by mall In aald letter cnrrlape free of charge.
Addreaa , HOW,ARD'A9f OCIAXWN, boi,!', Phlladel
phla,Pa. ' ', fjsl y , rnydw3m
STOVEaJ, J (nCvARIT, ETC m
CB A ItTER OAK
STOVE STOKE "
Copper, Tla and Skf e Itm
33 1 3XT Gr
A'o. ir.0 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
(Abovp tho Markatllotu,)
Hoofintr. OutU-rfnff. flroattnc and EUumboat Work
dona In a neat and nutntantlal riiuuncr, at.ihortno-
i A i
TO OllTAINlrOO TO
nEEItWAKT, OltTII & CO'S
Axd pureha.io the K'linj;J
Stoiro oT tlio. ,Wost
A good variety of .Cooking and; JIrat(ng. CtoTaaaS
lira j ii on hand. Alto a complete axsortmcul or
Tlnvrare, IloUow-Ware, Ave.', c.
Manufacturers of Buttering and Itaefin. n.
Our motto la Quick Falea and Small rrofiu.
aa-Hatlsfaetion guarantted In every instance's
decM'csdtf , ,..,. , .
1 BITTEN DEN SULPHUB ,
CrittondoEL Countv, Ky.
ONLY EIGHTY MILES FKOM CAIJ80.
Theie well known i print; bra now In charge of
nenm. it a. iuee and w. nuene, wno nara oi
hauled and rcnoTAied the bulldmca and made such
other Improvement a will Inaura the cow fort of the
Invalid and the proper accommodation of tho person
In a medicinal point of view the watern aro tiniur-
i ............. r i ..I I i . Mt..-.tA
diarrhea, dvtpvpiUa. seneral debility and diaeatea
of the kidney and atomach of the most aggravated
anri alarmlnif eharactr.
Tin proprietor, in their circular, nav that they
will uso tbrir utmost exertion to make theme plena
mil and agreeable rvaort during the iummer months,
In thoae aeeklnjf health or recreation, and no pain
win bffsnarea io matte gucsiacomioruuie. 1110
Culro ad Evansvlllo I'acketx
I a. m m w o m t o zx
Ford's rorry Daily,
and HACKS will 1 running from then points to the
thf prltR. 11 opine tho pairotiAga ,hiUirito beat
eil. will !m continued to the cresent proprietors. II
trust they will beatito 10 vita aatitu-tioDlothepuUic
II. A. JIH.rrr 4 Y, llVOUin, IToj.rcton.
Jeldirn , , . ,
X. H M A IV rl E N II El
IreprIetor of Uie
Cviro Oity Geardeai,
Will ReUtl, at
Wliolcwile 1'rlccH, all Kindt of
At hit Stall In the Market Home, corner of Washing-.
ton avenue and Ttnth atreet. Jaltdlm
Q W. GBJU3N, ' "
(Saccasm to Fallif , Oreaa ft Co.,)
Geavtral OMilssfMi Merchant,
Notice la hereby given, that sealed propotala will
le received at civ office until 12 o'clock m. of Mon
day, the Hit day of June. 18C9. for widening and ei-
tending that portion of tbo Cairo and Joaeaboro road
known aa the Pott road, at follow, to-wit:
uommencing at in upper ni ot aaia i-oih roao,
log at tb upper ena 01 sain roil roaa,
vhita or bur oak rail, at least four inchea
it ft long and square at one. ena i aaiu
ild crosswise, In a uniform manner, Use
whole length of ald roail, on the east iue oi
abutting Um rail laid by Tarker Hodges on (aid
road-the quare ed to be fitted f loaely up to tho
ralla nn. nn haii! rn k,l .
eata rati io d coverea wimi
earth U Inchea In the center, eloping craauauy vq
three inche thicken either aide. The whelo werlc to
Iko done in a good, workmanlike manner, and to con
form aa near a possible to the road built by aald Par
krr Hodge. To be completed by the first day of
September, H6. ...
Parties bldiilngon said road will bid an aeath basis,
by the lenial yard. ,
Tim court will reserve the right to reject all bid.
lly order of the county court.
J.UCOil U. LYNCH, County Clerk.
June 17, lS.GO.dU, .
1TRS. ADDIE BUCK,
(Comnicn-lal arenue between Ninth and Tenth street.
In tho buildipg formerly ocupjed by A. O'Dounel),)
Manufacture and deftls In
Hair iiud nillliicry GoodM.
Keens u splendid vsriely of every kind of Hair, and,
and Manufactures on short notice
Curls, Nvvlt ehra, WatchaHa.rO, JEar Hlujps,
Bracelet auU Ilalr Jewelry Oemerally.
l(adlca may have the combinga of their hair manu
factured In any style desired.
A One lot of Millinery (ioodj also on hand. JanSdtf
QA1RO AND PADUCAH
Tke light draught passenger fileamer
II. r. NOKTIIEKN m Matter,
J. M. niiVIiltl.T ..Clerk,
Will make regulor DAII.T TRIPS between Cairo and
Paducah, leaving Cairo every evening (Suudays ex
cepted) at flvo o'clock,
Tho whl le connect at Paducah with tho New Orleans
and Ohio railroad, and the Cumberland and Tenuesaee
Kor freight or passage applv on board, or to
N. j, uuUJiLKr, Agent.
Jn23,ltf Cairo, Illinois.
"TOS. 180 AND 182,
Cow m oi-olal A.vonuo .
Brown's Check Bow
Corn nnd Cob
OHIO REAPERS and
(I RAIN DRILLS,
HAND CORN PLAN- ,
""W( -rj nil
LOG CHAINS. -TRACE
OH INI) STONES. . .
HOES., , .
spabtIs; ' '
.' i ariMb
Marvin' nurRlar ami riro Proori
It. Hoe &. Co'h
CIRCULAR AND CROSS CUT SA M'S.
I I AS .
i .u i :lll atf
HtUiiO.4. - ''
I ttatv ajs)
flint.. Pfi.hno '' '
Collars, I Ox Yokes,
And at Least
Seventy or ElKly Thouututl '
OTHER THINGS FOR SALE
WM. M. DAYIDS0N.
sibm sr tbo "Oiu now,"