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PUHMH1IK0 JIY JOHN JI. 01IKKI.Y & CO.
M. II, HA1tHKr.I ASSOCIATE KDITOR,
THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1809.
lllluolt OiMrnl II It., dinner or Time,
The trains nowleuvoas follows:
Mail train leai en nt.. 3 o'clock a.m.
luproi) " " 2:10 " I""
Mail train Arrive" at,....-.... 2 o'clock a.m.
BxprcM " " : " p.m
Way, leaves at l-rso o'clock a.m.
rUoreo. " ...... 4:M " p.m.
Way, arrive itt . t::V) " p.m
Esprcss " ...... 7t50 " n.m.
Dully, Sunduvs excepted.
Tlio 'Times,' yesterdny, was dated one
Jay nhend. To equallzo mntter., tlio
'Times' of to-day is dated ono day "be
Last night on Washington avenue
between 8th and 1 Hli, a jet gohhrlnimcd
sleeve button with small pearl net. The
Under wll! be thanked by returning It to
Jordan' Jewlery store. It
The bhilo for the roof of tho new eus-
toni house Is mow being delivered on the
ground. I'he shingles (If wumuy ho call
them) are a beautiful purple In color, of
a uniform hue. and about fourteen by
twenty-two Inches In size.
Stephen O'Loughllu, an old resident of
the fourth ward, a good citizen and a
member of Ht. Patrick's Benevolent So
ciety, tiled yesterday, after a somewhat
protracted Mines. HIm remains will bo
conveyed to Villa Hldge by special train
to-morrow, leaving the depot about half
past 12 o'clock, attended by the mem
ben of the society in uniform.
"IhurettV Excellent Hair Restora
tive. Messrs. Stratum, Iludnon k Clark ro-
eclved from Mississippi, this morning, a
consignment of rlpo poaches and pears.
Think of that! 1'eachcs and pear In the
middle of JuncI
Ttils is a wonderful country, isn't it?
Libelous fruit, hanging rlpo upon the
trees, hi one section, and snow-storms
and icebergs at the same time, In anoth
The death of Mrs. lillzabetb Coe, moth
er of tho Rov. J. V. Uoc, rcotor of tho
Church of tho Redeemer, of this city,
was made known hero yesrerday. She
lied In Johnston. New York, on Sunday
Inst. Tho Rev. Mr. Coe received Intelli
gence of hor Mile hevcral days ago,
and probably arrived in Johnston in
time to take bis place with tho family
about l er death IkkI. Our community,
generally, will sincerely ttyinpathlM with
him In Ins great wrmw, iU
MJir Wm. S Mct'liirr.
Ma'ir Wm S. McClure, formerly of
C'nrl:s' llle, Tenn., but at prewit of tho
l'lunttrV Tobacco Warehouse at Oiln, U
In the city "takin notes. He U one of
the best lolmc co man In the west, and
one of the best gentlemen in the world.
Wo aro prepared to say ''aye" to all
.!.. 'I li a Matnr la Ilia rll'llt III till ttl lllfl
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rlRht place, and will live to see tho day
when he will feel an Immeucso pride in
the results of his labor In behalf of tho
Cairo tobacco market.
Jnllnr Mollale haH n forco of eight
healthv. muscular masculines at work
mi Mm utrnotu. mill u'nu kil!tilnff a look-
out for tho ninth one, in tne coioren per-
null Ul VsIIiMlvn if iiitniiini w rt
r r 11. -.1 li'iiiin a Ttw wimm it n
hnd a mittimus. To-morrow tho entire
...Ill t. rv tminml nn TAIlftl tlf rf)K
i lUiLU nil! IIU iiuv V nutn v w v
distance between Levee and Cedar
' The only cxpenso incurred in working
these men In 51 CO per day in scrip, In
the way of salary to tho ovcrseor. The
; cost of calaboose diet, etc, la not in-
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creased merouy a siugie lurimuK.
John H. lUrton, editor of tho Carbon
dale 'Now Era,' was In tho city to-day
on business. He is enthused by tho Idea
that Carbondalo Is to bocomo ono of tho
great central cities of Illinois,
and that right speodlly. Ho Iscontldent
that tho Southern Illinois Normal will bo
located In his town, and that from this
point forth there la no serious obstacle
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Tturclay Hrothers Barrett's agouta
Cairo, Illlnolb. Juno 2J d&wlw
JlmmyEnglUh.Iato of tho Court House
saloon, was considerably Injttredyester
day by an unmanageable horse. 'As ho
neared tho animal It stepped back upon
a hoop, whloli How up and struck It ou
tho heola. Of courso somo violent kicking
and plunging followed. Jimmy Belzed
tho relua that were tied In tho hames,
but In doing so touched tho body of tho
horse and Incroased Its fright. It con
tinued to pluiigo and kick violently un
til tho hames broke loose, when Jimmy
was precipitated violently to tho earth.
His shoulder waa considorable bruised
and atralned, and for an instant lie was
In imminent danger of being trwddon to
death under tlio animal's feet. Ho es
caped, however, with no other Injury
rhan that described.
The Hunllower Milliard Saloon, on Ohio
Love , is furnished with the latest aiyles
f table-', and the bar supplied with tho
rro.st txi'clleiit liquors. VV hun-li I
i ''! t v rydav at N. m. mi l in p. ni.
I-oonl flrpvltlcfl. ,
Cherries nid raspberiieH comiuaud fif
teen cents per box,
A gay party left for l'aducah last
ulght, on tho steamer Underwriter. Tho
celebration of Bt. John's day In that city
to.day will bo ono of thegrandest affairs
of tho year.
Immense stacks of lumber have been
piled upon tho site for tho new Infir
mary. A number ofladlen and gentlemen, un
advised as to tho time fixed for tho depar
ture of tho Underwriter for Paducah,
came in to Mound City from tho coun
try at daylight this morning, six hours
after tho boat hud passed up.
Corn is retailing in our market at G5(
"0 cents, and oats at 808o cento per
bushel. Tliu new crops will reduce these
figures about 100 per cent.
Several citizens of Cairo left for Char
leston, early this morning, to participate
In. the grand Masonic demonstration to
he held there In tho evening there will
be adanco In the now depot of tho Iron
Tho Weekly 'Bulletin' makes Jta ap
pearanco to-day. Itgrjws alike In ago
and excellence. Subscribe for It.
Noyes' circus held forth to tho Padu
chlans yesterday. It Is a good show and
Noyes Is a gentleman.
Parson, Davis & Co. have fruit Jars for
tho million. Contemplating tho piles of
boxesand rows of hogsheads in theirbase
ment, filled with Jars of every conceiva
ble pattern, we aro lead to wonder if
thero aro anymore left.
A well written article on tho Cairo A
St. Louis railroad is copied In this issue of
tho 'Bulletin' from tho Carbondale 'New
Tho wo tn oil's rights women aro multi
plying In Cairo. Wo have heard of three,
and two of theso "belt" their husbands,
occasionally, as a matter of pastime.
It adds greatly to tho equanimity of
an editor's disposition, and to his enjoy
ment of his calling, to have a well meant
compliment construed by tho friend for
whom It was Intended, as a mortal af
front. "We'vo been thercj" frequently.
John Knulli's barbecue and dance in
tho woods, at tho old ford of Cache near
Unity, next Saturday week, will bo a
lively and pleasant affair, and will call
together tlm people from all tlio sur-
Mr John Gates was tho lucky bidder
for the road work recently advertbed by
the county court- The contract embra
ce a large amount of corduroying on the
road lending from Cairo to Unity; Work
will be commenced immediately.
I iiere are nine men and two women
confined In the calaboose.
Don't forget the Peak and Rorgor Fain
llles at the Atlieneum to-uiorrow night.
Thute capable of appreciating music of
tho highest order will have a rich feast
of 1, if they will attend. It may be
years before another onuortunlb'.to.hiar
luefie acoompilsiieu artist is presenicu.
Qo early and i-eeuro tho best eats.
Wllencom PI I niHitnf fendaf rl end,
wIlliiiH nil Kuoucil 1 ate? Lett hosciv
hok now ma keati jwcr.
Answer by mall, and oncloao a stamp
to euyjlannol for the heathen.
Ak all who ufce 'Rarrett'fl."
Allium I n Vlrr.
A little son of Mr. Lasanno, about six
yearsof ago, piirrootilloiisly obtained tiie
key of his father's vacant houso, on tho
corner of Eighteenth and I,oveo streets,
yesterday evening, and nccompained by
one of liis little cousins, near his own
ago, entered the building for tho avow
ed purpose of gutting some blocks. In
an apartment that was in use as a bed
loom they found some matches, and
returning to the room whero carpenters
had been at work, they succeeded,
through accident or design, In setting tho
shavings on fire. Shortly afterwards tho
cry of flro was raised, and tho men from
the round house and other part of tho
neighborhood hastened to tho spot,
dashed in the door, and extinguished
tho Mro before It had Involved any con
siderable portion of the building. The
building as stated, belong to Mr. Louis
Lasanno, and to tho convenience Jof
water and tho prompt eHbrta of his
neighbors, ho is Indebted for Its rescue
from destruction. Tho damage will
amount to $200 or 250. No Insurance.
N(. I'lilrlrkN Heiirvolpnt Noddy.
Thero will be a special meeting of the
St. Patrick's; Benevolent Society, at their
hall, this evening, at half, past 7 o'clock,
for the purpose of arranging for tho fu
neral of Stephen O'Loughllu, deceased.
A full attendance la desirable.
Ills expected that tho members of tho
society will attend at tho church at tlio
hour of 12 o'clock M. to-morrow, in re
galia, to escort tho remains to Villa
Ridge. J. H. ENOusir, Secretary.
"Barrett's" removes Dandruff.
Dr. Austin, surgeon dentist, extract
teeth without pain, and In tho Insertion
of now teeth, 6lngly or in setts, gives tho
most complete satisfaction. Rooms,
Commercial avenue, between Eighth and
Ninth streotH. JlOlw
If you want a good stove, oi tinwaro
hollow-ware, copper or Hheet-iron ware,
tin roof, gutter, or anything in that line,
call on A. Fraser, Commercial avonuo,
bi'teen Eleventh and Twelfth street,
where he has moved to, and fitted up the
largest and most complete shop In
Particular attention given to steam
boat and mill work, copper smithing
and hco( Iron work, such as ghimueya,
lireeehci coapiii steanApipM, etc.
V. UH-ttV Jc UI-.C'H til" III.
Tim Cnlro Tnbcco Market.
From the PaJucfth IIorjM.
The advertisement of ttie Planter's To
bacco Warehouse, at Cairo, appears In
tho columns of tho 'Herald.' Wo refer
our readers to it. If Cairo can succeed
in building up a tobacco market, no ono
has a right to object. Wo certainly shall
not. Wo havo expressed our opinion
that it cannot, but tho Cairo 'Bulletin'
says It can. Well, time will determine
it, and wo aro willlnc to submit to that
test. Thero aro flret-rato men in Cairo,
and tlioy are active, enterprising and
wldo awake. AVltli their exertions, and
Mono Harrell and Oberly to blow for
them, there is no telling what ihoy may
do. And they have been sharp enough to
Hccuro the services of Mat. fllfiy Mc
Clurb, of Clarksvllle, who Is one of tho
best tobacco men In tho West, to super
intend tiiolr Warehouse. If anybody
can make tho thing go ho can. We leave
the matter to the tobacco pu6 I with
tho understanding that Mo-e Harrell
must tell tho truth about the Paducah
"We commend tho good aensr that sug
gested the insertion of tho Punters' To
bacco Warehouse Co.'s card Itithe 'Her
ald', because It circulates largely In tho
very district of country upon vhich tho
Cairo tobacco market chiefly depends.
Wo accept the truce proffered In tho
closing paragraph. We'll d&, anything
to stop tho mouth of tho 'Hrald' man
whose lies about the Cairo inirkct havo
poured down upon us five times more
copiously than do tho "warersat Lodore '
Wo can "hold our own" wlthmost folks,
but when a man declarer, as tho 'Her
aid' docs about our tobacco market, that
a thing cannot be which cdftitli , why,
then "wo throw up the sponge'' In ad
vance, and decline the conteit.
Wliiil the C. A Ht. I.. Kitllrond Will Do.
An article published elsewhere in this
paper, and credited to the Carbondalo
'New Era,' tells In not over zealous lan
guage, tho certain effect of tho opera
tion of tho Cairo & St. Lou s railroad,
upon tho undeveloped resource of Jack
son county. Thatthe farmer atidcttizeus
generally of that county will be brought
to an early realization of the great change
foretold, we cannot permit ourselves to
doubt. What railroad have accom
plished for tho country atlarge, the Cairo
&St. Louis railroad will unquestionably
accomplish for that locality. It Is the sim
ple and only ngoncy that can work out the
destiny of that county. And Randolph,
Perry, Monroe, and St. Clair counties
will also come In for a liberal share of
the substantial blessings that are to
follow the road'a completion. They,
like Jackson county, aro Incalculably
rich in undeveloped roourc4; their
farmer.-', like those of J.u-lc-toti, need suf
ficient and reliable commuuloation with
good markets, such, precisely, tho
C. A St. L. road will provide. The road
will, in tho manner stated by tho 'New
Fra' provldo for the payment of all
debts contrasted by tlio c unities o Its
account, and work wonder beide.4, Unit
will redound ti- -'-' r
the greatness of Iter people.
.Miinrtni County C'ouiliic up .".lily to (In;
A correspondent of the St Louis 'Re
publican' writing from Waterloo, Mon
roe county, under date of tho 21st lust.;
conveys tho following gratifying infor
mation concerning the progress of sub
scriptions In that oouuty to the capital
stock of tho Cairo & St. Louis railroad
Thinking that the uvuiorw of the pcoploof
this count), in regard to the Cairo & Si.
LouU railroad, might Intercut mjiiio of your
reader, Icnil vnu tho lateit nction in re
gard to mid roacl. Our citixutis, on receiving
the now of tlio meeting of the director la
fit. Louli, nod their resolution, ordorcd elec
tion to be held in tlio various towns nnd
fowniliijn along tho routo. On tho 0th of
June an election wn hold in Waterloo, "for
or.ngnlmt ubicribing $50,000 to tho Cairo &
St. Lbul railroad," which vra ununlmouily
carried "for lubscrljition."
The pcoplo of Columbia, on tlio ICth of
June, hold an election "for or ngulnat sub
scribing $25,000 to tho Cairo & St. I-ouls rail
road," which resulted In a voto of 19G "for
lubjcrlptlon," nnd 10 "ngnlnit ubcrlption.''
ThU week votes will bo taken In 3-0 for $15.
000, 2-9 for $10,000, and 3-10 for $10,000,
which aro suro to curry. Therefore, wo can
not sco any reason why tho Cairo & St. Louii
railroad should not bo located through our
Celebrate tlio Fifth far tha "Fourth."
The fourth of July happening on Sun
day, this year, tho celebration of the day
will take placo on tho 5th.
Ono reason for adopting tho 6th is, that
tho balls and festivities following tho
demonstrations of tho day, may not be
prolonged Into tho hours of tho Sabbath,
an they would if tho 3d should ho ob
served. Gritud Kxcuralou to PmlticaH, July ntli.
The Arab Flro Company havo accept
ed an invitation from the Mechanic Flro
Company, No. 1, at Paducah, to partici
pate in a grand parado and picuiu to ho
glvou by tlio latter ou tho Cth of July.
Tho steamer Underwriter has beeu char
tered for tlio occasion, and a good limo Is,
expected. Tho many friendAof tho com
pany, and tho citizen in general, uro re
spectfully Invited. Tho faro for tho round
trip will be for malo adults, $1 .'.0; chil
dren at ten, and under fifteen years of
age, 60 cents. Tho time of departure has
not yet heon dotermlnod upon, but duo
notico will ho glvou.
Cou Jah. S. Rkaiuwn,
Tiios. J. Kkutii-,
Jo21dtd Com. of Arrangements.
I co lor tint fourth Mrt.
Hereafter u supply of Ico will ho kept
for sale on tho corner of IDth and Poplar,
at tlio same rate as furnished by other
dealers. May 27 tr
llviildiliil aittl nonwillful HovcriiKCM.
ThocululuutodSultor'u, KhtsJugen ami
Louisville Artoalnu wators are kept on
draught at tlio City Drug Htbre, Com
merclalavpinio, ietM "ii Klxth and Sev
nth Mr''-t- ,i" 1 tf
Port (,1st for the ill llnnm EntflBft- mt
Two o'clock, l. sr.
f?An- Amlnrtnti Vii it, , tt.tt. UT.M 111.1... t-.i
v. ... ....... ........ uv,.,.,,.,Mn. ,lt. ,liv. I tMIUfRRi
llyoU,nolconlii, Cttmhrlnml, fevnnsTltrc.
nn in, 01. j.uuix. homo OTFinpniD, Jii'miihli.
FnlrrOucMi, Jaflknonport Oco.H. Wcrka, Pomeroy.
iruiiBUK.-", j niBiMirg. l-P, new urlf tn.
Uri'AHTUIlKS, ' '' '
ncn. Andnrion. Columbtn. Wm Whii, Paducah,
Cumberlnn'l, Einlle. UmlerHrlter, elo
iroinld'-f, Ht. Louis. Anna, Cincinnati,
ilo Hyatt, McinphH.
Dollw M-rnji)ilH, St. Louli.
Tho weather is quite sultry although
clouds havo partially shut out the bril
liancy of the sun nearly all forenoon.
Rain seems impending.
The Mississippi Is rising a llttlo at St.
Louis, but all the rivers above are sta
tionary or only rising slightly.
Tho Ohio is rising at Pittsburg, with
over eight feet water In tlio .channel?
Over one million and a half busheia of
coal havo loft or will leavo Pittsburg on
this rise, for Cincinnati and Lmils'vllle.
Tho river Is stili falling at Cincinnati
and Loplsvltle, with scant four feet iu
the chute over the fall.
Hero tho river ha fallen four Inches
since last report.
Business is fuir.
Tho White, yesterday, brought out 50
hbls meal for reshlpmont to Memphis;
00 pkgs wagon stulf, rt. Louis; fi hbls
vegetables, Chicago, and thn following
for Cairo: H Me vera, 16 caddies to
bacco, and R. S. Yocum, 2 pkgs.
The Cumberland brought out 20 bbl
meal, 10 bbls potatoes, 5 bbls whisky,
11 caddies tobacco for Cairo, 25 hbls
whisky, 117 sks com, 1 hhd tobacco for
The Geo. S. Weeks brought a now
article of shipment, being no less than
1,400 tons salt In bulk, on three barges
for reshipmeut to Chicago per rail. Tho
salt i from Pomeroy, O., and is said to
command a much better prlco In
Chicago for curing meat than tho
salt manufactured around the lakes.
After unloading tho barges CapL
Werry will return to Pomeroy for another
cargo, destined for St. Paul and other
points ou the upper Mississippi river.
Tho Wm White,' Cupt. Northern,
leaves hero, as usual, this evening for
The Armada is the regular packet for
Evnnsvllle this evening.
Tlio City of Cairo Is tho regular Mem
phis packet this evening.
Tho Great Thompson Dean, with tlio
veteran sleamboatman Capt. Pepper iu
command, and that accommodating
gentleman, Capt. Fowler, in tho office,
h-aves here tills evening for Now Orleans.
Site now has a fine cabin and first-class
accommodations for passengers.
There I a hack running daily from Oreo n
loaf's landing to Charleston, Missouri, the
knight of tlin whip being a very clover and
ncominodalhi gentleman. It is quito prob
able IiowcV'dr llmt (ho oantng or Uio Iron
Mountain railroad from Belmont to Charles
ton will rob him of a portion of his patron
age. The General Andurson land paisongers
and fbrnii closo connections with tho trains
of that road, so that tho trip from Cairo to
Charleston I performed in something loss
than three hours. By cither routo tho ox
pense is about the fame.
Carl L.Thomas, sign, housoand steam
boat painter, has removed his shop from
the corner of Eighth street and Commer
cial avenue, to thobatement of tho City
National Bank Building, whero ho will
bo pleased to meet his patrons and friends
as usual. Jo 21 Iw
I?OK KENT -A deslratlo I'wt-llinK House, con
. mining mx roomn, on fiflM nrr wlniu ulrot.
Apply to fJrrtJJdJ JOHN W. IltOVEU.
lir.de ami MrlUif room.
Kyi for Toting Mm on the intertilling r Hat Ion
of llrldegroom to Ilrlde, in tho institution of Marrbf
a goldo to matrimonial felicity, anJtruo happiness.
Sent by mail In sealed letter cnrelepes fret of charge.
Addrens, HOWAItD ASSOCIATION, bos P, Phlladel
phla. Pa. mvaidJrwSm
Fflst SALE. A No. I Flalboat, US feet lone. W
feet wldo, with two akifl. ono check line, r.n
iulro of C. rroctcr, at tha Autrim House, for a fow
TWO NIGHTS ONXiY!
ritlDAV AXD NATUKDAY,
0"TT3r3H aotlx and aetb.
Thirtieth Annual Tour of tho Original
PHAB: FiVAXXXs V
SWISS Hi: I.I, ItlXClERS,
-And the Celehratcd
33 o r c o r X xxa. ilyl!
ItarpKtt, Voealltts, Viollnlitt, nsii'tud by
SOI, NM1TII HI'NMKLLh
Tlio greatest Character, Vocal Humorist of the ago
Kteryililni; new, brilliant ami attractive I MISS
ANSIK IlKltUER, tliecharmlnp younif ComeJienne.
will appear each evening In several of tier celebrated
chnravtor oncs, nnd nlso In her wonderful perform
ances on thn violin and Cornet.
CnriU iil AUiulsalOH, SO reus. Kcsserv4
NeaU, 73 ccnta.
The ticket oflice trill be open throughout tho day.
Heat can I nerured without extra charge,.
W. W. I'OWI.EH, Buslnesa Managtr.
AIKO AND I'ADUCAII
'CUo light draught passenger Steamer
It. v. NOKTHKBN Master,
J. M. HKVKKIjT Cleric,
Wlllinako reguler 1UILT Tltliy between Cairo and
Tivdueah, leaving Cairo every evening (Sunday ex
cepted) at five o'clock.
iU Whltaconuccls at 1'nduoah wit the New Orleans
and oh ia railroad, and the Cumberland and Teunosseo
1 Ue p.ii Li't"
t r freiH'it, rr jiasago applv on board, or to
Jl. J. HUCKLHV, Agent,
i't l'4UV, Jllmois.
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