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M. II. HAJtltKM,, ABAOCIATK KDITOR.
8ATTJHDAY, JUNE 28, IWft,
LOCAL NEW$. ,
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Tho trains now leave as follows:
ooiwi JlouTir: " ' ' ?
Mail train lews at - 2o'clol: n.m.
ExpreM " " - 2:W " pn.
Mill train write t a o'clock n.m,
Kxprew " " 4:09 " p.1i
Way. leat en ut.. ...., ...... 1.30 u'clocl: n.m.
Kprr.x, " .... 1:1" " p.m.
Way, nrrlvf-n at ...,. 5:S0 " p.m
EtpreM " 7i20 " a.m.
Daily, Sundays excepted. .
Pcrsons requiring the services of a flrat
olass dentist, should call nt the roomH of
Dr. Austin, over the store of Messrs. El
liott, Haythorn & Co. JlOlw
Joel 0. ilorgun, has returned from
Normal, where, during the past week, he
has been In attendance upon the cloning
jxerclacs of the Institute.
Rradlcy's congregation are erecting u
now church building on l'ourtoontli
street, nextyloor to tha colored Metho
dist church. IJradley Is Invincible, and
tho fact that ho was cxcomm.unla&tcd
doesn't worry him a particle. Ho Is
tfovornod by-tho "higher law.''
UIU..I liy tt'lilnky.
John Jackson, a dissipated negro, de
voted his entire time and talents to the
service of king Alchohol, until yesterday
morning. He proved too faithful amib
jeet, and finding u place in the weeds,
near the? corner of Sixth street and Jef
ferson avenue, he laid down and died.
His body was burled to-day at the ex
pend of the county.
Ak nllwho ubo "JJarrett's."
I'mMInu; ami ftltltlM Ml Wnlltrr A
.Mohcmi'k In. night.
Then will be good cheor at Walker &
rilsson's to-night, and a crowded houso
will mdouht h theie to participate in
it. First, there wllliio lino music; sec
ondly, there will lw n froh Mipply of fit.
Louts but k beer, and thirdly, mock
furtlo soup, in abundance for all, will ho
erved, at 0 o'clock.
Thesis an attractive bill of fare, and
will Cisure to rail out a crowd. It
Tho practice In voguo of taking In
fants Into public an-emblles Is attended
by unpleasant consequences. The In
funts thcmoelvos cannot hear and ap
preciate, and are not disposed to tolerate
hearing and appreciating on the part of
others. The effect of much of the flneht
music at the Atheneiim, la-t night, was
i ithi r marred r di-troyed by tho f-qtial-hud
f t"Ut-JiinKcd babies. This was
very annoying, and called out remarks
that quite satisllod us Hint the audioncc
preferred the boll-rlnglng to tho haby
squalllng. Kp the littlo follow at
"Barrett's" cleanses tho f-cnlp.
JuilKliiriit fnr Tmm.
The head notes of the decision of the
supreme court In the ease of Stllwell vs.
Tho People, aro given In a late number of
tho Chicago 'Legal Nows,' as follows:
"Tho county court has jurisdiction to
render Judgment against dellnquont
lands for taxes at any regular term after
April In each year, fpr tho taxes of tho
preceding year, on legal and proper
notice. The statute has not limited the
rendition of Judgment to tho first Mon
day In May, nor does tho statu to In terms
require that it shall be at that or any
Ire forth JFoorlh war.
Hereafter a supply of ice will lie kept
for salo on tho corner of 10th and Poplar,
at the same rate as furnished by other
dealers. My 27 tf.
Dr. Mary J. Hattor.
On tho eve of Miss Suflbrd's departure
for Europe, Dr. Charlotte J. Lozlor, 6f
New York, opened hor house to tho
friends of Miss Baffbrd, that they might
have the pleasuro of bidding her "Godf
speed" ami "good-bye."
A Now" York correspondent of tho
Chicago 'Agitator' says that tho literary
and medical profession wero well repre
sented on the occasion. Among" others,"
Dr. Hatn'l Llllonthal, Mr. Touillti.on, of
tho Now York Women's 'Advocate,' Mr.
Perry, of tho 'Homo Journal,' and others
of equal note, woro present, and with wit
and wisdom, lemonade, strawberries
and loo cream, passed tho houra of tho
ovenlng most agreeably.
Miss Sallbrd'H destination Is Vienna.
nnllf Mull from Cairo to MayHHd.
A petition addressed to tho Postmaster
General, praying tho establishment of ft(
dally mall between Cairo and Mayfleld,
vlaBlandville, Is being circulated for
Miirnntnrns. Tho Dotitlon sota forth that
tho constantly increasing business of
Cairo, and Ballard and Graves counties,
demands such service, and suggests a
two-horse hack as tho meaua of convey
ance. Wo aro glad to qbsorvo that leading
citizens of Cairo and Kentucky are
Interesting themselves in this matter,
and feel nullified that if they can bring
tho actual wants of tho country to tho
comprehension of tho P. M. General, tho
route will bo established and tho servlco
ordorcd. Such a mall Is certainly n great
commercial necessity, and will sooner
or later provo ontlrely solf'Siistaliilng.
The Pad ncali 'fhrneao rlr.
Tho Paducah tobacco fair, held on the
24th, drew to thoolty ah Immense crowd
of strangers, and, if we are permitted to
judge from the Paducah paper, It waa an
immense success. Tbe're were one hund
red and sixty-eight entries.
It will be rooolleoted that we conceded ,
In advance, that the premium hhd. at,
this fair would outsoll our; and now that
Louisville knows what la requlrod of her
yra shall expect her to sell a premium
hogshead that will lay Paducah In the
The price paid for tho flrat prize hhd
In Paducah was $22-5 per 100 lbs; but, ,to ,
employ tho languago of 'Herald' when'
speaking of the Cairo sale, "wo don't
know who paid it. The editor of the
'Herald's' share of tho purse was proba
bly fifty dollars." Tho hnmbunrcery
practiced in tho sale of theso premium
hogsheads Is well understood by plan!;
ere, butwhiloitputs money In their pock
ets of course they have no cause to tako
The second premium hhd bright wrap
per, fold for $181; 3rd premium, $02, and
1th premium at$l.
Tho balance sold at 1 about the same
prices as wcro obtained for tobacco of
like quality at Cairo. There were about
live hundred hogsheads on the breaks,
and it was thought that the whole would
be closetl out to-day. .1
June 22 d&wlw
The Hrak nnrt Itercr Famlllm l.aat
, KIkIiI itd To-Nlghl.
The entertainment given by the Peak
and Berger families in the Athencum
last night, was of tho highest order, and
entirely surpassed tho expectations of
the most sanguine, The houso was, well
filled, and tho entire audience gave out
manlfesUitlonH of pleasuro over what
thoy saw and heard.
Tho combination formed by these two
families presents unquestionable talent,
and a versatility at oncu rare nud, sur
prising. As harpists, hornitj bell-ringers
or vocalists they are not equaled by
tiny troupe traveling, and wo aro gratl-
l',fled that our people indicated an appre
ciation of their accomplishment!, by
"lllllng tho house.
The second and last entertainment will
be given to-ulght, and wo bespeak for
tho company another full house. Wher
ever they go they call out Immense
crowds of hearers, and knowing them as
deserving artist, wc aro glad that In this
Cairo does not form mi exception.
'I'lif I ale Htrphru ll'Irfiuicklln.
, At a meeting of the St. Patricks Benev
olent society held at their room on
Thursday evening, Juno 21th 1SC9, the
following resolutions were adopted:
Whereas, It has bcon tho will of
Divine Providence to take from our
midst our brother, Ktephon O'Loughlln,
therefore bo It,..
He-olved, Thai in tho death of Stephen
O'Louglilln tills feo'cicty has lost a good
and eillcleut member, ono whoso Iosh
will long be felt, ami whoe place will
not bo easily filled
"Resolved, That we most heartily .ym
pathlzo with his bereaved family, who
have lost an allectionato husband and a
loving father; whoso void In tho domestic
circle will long bo deeply felt.
He-olved, That a copy of theso reso
lutions bo sent to the family of'the de
ceased, and also published in the daily
'papers of Cairo.
Patiuok Mpckuku, ) k ,.
John JIyiani, Committee
J.OIK3 Bt'HK. J
J. 11. Eiioi.iflil, 8o'y.
Sacred Concert at the Flora Garden, on
Sunday afternoon, June tho 9th, by tho
celobrated Wlttlg'sochestra band. Tho
young and accomplished mum WltUg
will treat the public to some cholco solos
on tho violin. Evorybody la Invited to
this rare treat, free of charge. The Flora
Garden is a popular summer resort,
where refreshments and sport of all kind
can bo had, and everything will bo dono,
to make it agreeable to visitors.
Je2-2t JoiinReks, Proprietor.
Carl L.Thomas, sign, house and steam
boat painter, has removed his Bhop from
the corner of Eighth street and Commer
cial avenue, to tho basement of the City
National Bank Building, where ho will
bo pleased to meet his patrons'aud friends'
as usual. Je 21 lw
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IfaltAAll Md IMIiKbtrl Bvikm '
The celobrated Belter's, KIsslngen and
Louisville Artesian waters are kept on
draught at the City Dnig Store, Com
mercial avenue, betwequ SJxM) and Sev
enth streets. Jo'15 tf
"Barrett's" makes now hair.
Save your lives and property. A.
Fraser Is agent for tho copper scroll light
ning rod company and will fill all orders
promptly. Call at once, uud have them
put on your buildings. This is the best
and safest rod now mado. Shop on Com
mercial avenue, between Eleventh and
Twelfth street apl24d3m
Dr. Austin, surgeon dentist, extract
teeth without pain, and In the Insertion
of now teeth, slngjy or In sqtts, gives tho
most completo satisfaction. Rooms,
Commercial avenue, between Eighth and
Ninth streets. JlOlw
If you want a good stove, or tluwdro
hollow-ware, copper or shoot-Iron ware,
tin roof, gutter, or anything In mat line,
call on A. Fraser, Commercial avenue,
beteen Eleventh and Twelfth street,
whero ho harf moved to, and fitted up the
largest and jnost completo shop in
Particular attention given to steam
bout and mill work, copper smithing
and sheet iron work, "such as 'chtihnoy&)
breecher escaping steam-pipes, etc.
The Olro Bulletin.'
Wo called at the Cairo 'Bulletin' office
and found Mayor Oberly, tho editor and
proprietor, and Mr. Harrell, his able as
alstaut, polite and agreeable. The 'Bul
letin' haa recovered from the late fire,
and now, has one of tho most complete
job offices In the State. Tho power nows
paDerand job pressos.wero saved. Mayor
pberly Infoimcd us that he would soon
Issue a large weekly edition of tho 'Bul
letin.' Mr. Oberly Is an able writer, an
eloquent and forcible speaker, and a
good practical printer, aud will make the
Bulletin' a success. Jonesboro 'Gazette'
The largo eight page weekly 'Bulletin'
which our our cotemporary refers, will
make its appearanc next Thursday.
Every live man in Egypt should sub
scribo for a copy, and persuade his old
fogy friends to tako weekly doses of It
also. With tho last-named class It will
provo a powerful alterative.
R. II. CnnnltiKliamV Hturr.
B. H. Cunningham, tho pioneer mer
chant of Cairo, has a ttock of summer
hats, that uro entitled to aw much atten
tion from tho gentlemen, as hU mag
nificent line of dress-goods aro from tho
ladles. He does not give everybody a hat,
as he did us, but he comes as near doing
so as ariy man In Illinois.
' Mr. C. enjoys a largo local trade, and
shares liberally In thetrado from abroad.
We remark this fact with pleasure, as ho
Is a public-spirited citizen ; encourages by
word and deed, all enterprises calculated'
to build up Cairo and tho country around
It, and Is liberal and accommodating In
business. Long-Ufa to hlw, and a pros
Grand Kxciirnlwa to I'nUaralt, July nib
The Arab Fire Company have accept
ed an Invitation from the Mechanic Fire
Company, No. 1, at Paducah, to partici
pate In a grand parade arid picnic to be
given by the latter on the 5th of July.
Tho steamer Underwriter has been char
tered for the occasion, anil a good time la
oxpected. Tho many friends of tho com
pany, und tho citizen in general, are re
spectfully Invited. Tho faro for the round
trip will bo for malo adulU, $1 oO; chil
dren at ten, and under fifteen years of
nge, 50 cents. Tho time of departure has
not yet been determined upon, but duo
noflco will be given.
Col. Jai. 8. Bi:Anni:.v,
Tiros. J. KRnnr,
jc24dtd Com. of Arrangements.
There are In Etllnghiim, us there are
In Cairo, a few self-conceited, but nar
row minded creatures, who set them
selves up in opposition to projects upon
which the very existence of tho town
depends. Bradsby talks to this class of
Eulnghatnites us follows:
If a few of the smallest creatures whom
Cod in his Inscrutable mercy has allow
ed to live aro to ruin aud blast the hopes
of our town, because furtooth, thev could
not get all they Wanted In the organlza.
Hon of thedlU'ercnt roads, wo shall never
full to remember that the people of our
town uro thuinoxt pltahlo setof ninnies
that ever crawled on ilia face of tho
Joel J. .Mortrmt, t.
We are glad to learn that Joel G.
Morgan, cup, former etlitor of this paper,
has been chooseu principal of tho high
.school at Cairo, He is devoted to tlio
'cause of edticatlori! a most capable
teacher, and wccoiiyratnlate Cairo upon
etcurlnj,' his services. This arrange
m en t, we nro Informtd, will not Interfere
with the publication of tho Southern
Illinois 'Teacher,' of which Mr. Morgan
Is dditor, but Its publ.cation will bo con
tlnucd ns usual. Jotesboro 'Gazette.'
Why don't our iVdueah cotempora
ries make public the particulars of thai
"exciting scene" that distinguished the
oponing of, their tobacco fair? We hear
of crowds of excited planter, drawn pis
tols, clenched lists, angry gestures,
doffed duds, and of very close approxi
mation to a terrlrto and bloody muss.
Our taste is a little morbid. Will pur
Paducah coteraporarles gratify it by
furnishing tho full details?
"Barrett's" removes Dandruff.
Tlioa citizens who have received no
tlco of their liability to perforin street
labor, aro requested toco mo forward im
mediately and perform tho labor or
pay over thrco dollars In lieu of the labor.
No further notice will bo given. If there
is not a prompt respoueu to this, collec
tions will bo enforced by law.
John Bhakhax, Street Supervisor.
The Sunllower Hllllard Saloon, on Ohio
Lovcc, is furnished with the latest styles
of tables, and the bar supplied with the
inmost excellent liquors. Freo lunch h
Bpread everyday at On. m. and 10 p. m,
TWO ItflWITS ONLY!
F1(I1AY .4X1) SIXURDAV,
Thirtieth Atiuuat Tiittr of thu Orlginul
13 yv. mz is am.x Xj y
, s iv ins iti:i.i. juV;fhs, ,
And tli. (Vltli.ited-
33 o ' s o i- 3? tx, xxx XX -y 1 1
HarusU, Wftli-t, Vi'liuit, muted lj
SOf, NMITII ItrSSKI.I,,
The gie.ittt thariM'ter, VocuU lltuiiorNt of Ihn ugo
Kvurvthing up, brilliant tmd uttiactnel MISS
A.NNll. HHIKiHlt, tho chunnlng oting Coinedlenno,
will appear oach evening In keverul of her celebrated
character oncs, and alo in her wonderful iwrforra.
ancca on the Violin ami Cornet.
Citrfla ol AlniUkloii, ,10 tii(n. Itcsrrvetl
NpuU, 7ft rents,
Tho ticket oillco will bo op'n Ihroughout tho day.
Scata can be Bcoiued without extra ehnree.
, , W W. KOWIiElt, lluniness Munasor.
TEW BAMC-A No. 1 Mmboat, U foe Jonc, '10
JD feci wM, with two Altlffa,. one teek,Jla. Tfcn
nulro of C. Trocar, at the Antrim Hotm, for few
H MIl.tfriiviD v. 'v' j .i
innriixiii UK KKH (IIIiHUT,
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Ttr ANTED Aleianilr Conntfbtdcin, at 80 cl.
yV and City Scrip nicficenu rtn tho dollar, for all
fclndi ofl.urabrr and Ilulldcrn' MaU.rialH.
'utilMtf W. W. THOttXTQN.
b OB ItENl
FOR S,frJI'?in0.0,5'!'! ,on ,he 'onJ floor,
f otr Miller Stlllpr' olalhlnf more, at reasonable
Urtrts.Apply nt Miller ft Mlller myS-U-
IJOrt RKNT A ile ilrablo Dwelling Home, con
; InlnliiK xlx room, on rtyUt ntir Walnut ulreet.
Apply to leadr-dl 7Joiin w. tuqveh.
Ilrlilo and BrldtKfMM. r'
Knajii for Young Men on tho Interesting relation
of Ilrldegroom to BHd, fti tlm InstHmlon of Marrikjo
a guido to matrimonial felicity, and truo liapplncai.
-nt by mall In sealed letter entelapcs frca of charge.
Addrwi., HOWAID ASSOCIATION, I', I'hlladel
QAJKOAKD PADUCAH .!.
Tk light draught pieBger."tmer
r-RZZfr w.n. white,
It. Y. NOKTlFEaN tmtttlfl,
J- M U KVKKLTe... Jl,,,GQttt
Willmako reguler DAILY TltlPS between Cairo and
Paducah, leaYfng Cairo every ovenlng (Sunday c.t
cppted) atfire o'clock.
The White connect nt I'ailncah with tho New Orleani
and Ohio railroad, and tho Cumberland and Tojiactee
For freight or pai'age applr on board, or to
if. J. HUOKLKY.AEent,
lanUltf Cairo. Illinois
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Adterli-ift Your Spring (t;ooUs; f (
Your I,atm Styles 61 DiSfM Hoods'; " f '
Your .Spring and Simiiiier C'lollilugl;
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Admtiso o vtrjthliJ jou hfcT lo tell mtkoknow
JOS. 180 AND183,
Urown's Oheck Row
Corn nnd Cob
OHIO HEATERS end
HAND CORN I'LAN
Tf'ItS VICTOR (?ANE
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.Mnrvln'i nurglar and Fire Proof
II. II t- A. Co'n
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Hack ltu ntls,
Slop Ladders, " ,',
CIiulu Puutps .1
And nt I.est '
" Seventy Eighty TkouMtMtl ,
OTHER THINGS FOR SALE
VM. M. DAVIDSON.
Hlgu of the "Ollt riow."