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PUBLTBBSD BY JORJf H. OBIRI.T CO.
M. B. IIARRKLL, ASSOCIATE EDITOR.
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Ullaele atal R. St., Clsaajra TJp(
The trains now leave as follows :
Mali trains leave's ati 3 o'clock A.m.
Express" " ....... f,....... 140 p.m.
Mll train arrives at...................... 2 o'clock am.'
Express " " 4:01 " p.m.
Way, leaves at .. - -. .,4:30 o'clock a.m.
Express, " .,., 4:10 " p.m.
wy, arrives at....., 8:.10 " p.m
Express m ....... 7tM ' m.
Dally, Sundays excepted.
1 - r r -rymu U JL L-LlT.1 nj l lll-u L U JLLr.WJIIIiJVJ-r
Arrival aad Departure, of Mall.
(Cairo Post Office, February 2. 1IS9 )
(Time of closing.)
north (through.- 8:a.in.... :(Xp.m.
worth (way) 4:4p.m......lliO0p rn,
South (through ami way). 4:00 a.m....m0 p.m.
South (Memphis A N. O.J.. 4:00 a.m..... 4:00 p.m. '
Ohlo River route......... 6.00 p.m. .. 0:00 p.m.
MlMlmlppI River route,)
Tueadays and Friday.. flrCO p m 7:00p.m.
Charleston, Md.,Tueday - . ... .
Thursday AHsturdayi.. 11:00 a.m ...11.00 turn.
Th'bns, fkxwe lilac' vjd
Hints Fu ,,, C;0i)p.mKfi. 7:03 n.m. Bat.
Ohio Rive routs deiarts every day exrept Mondays.
VfTttwrmr: v ' . ssr jj'-v-" -. v
On tbo evening of July 31st, a gentle
man's Hair Breastpin j form of a rose bud.
The finder will be liberally rewarded by
Itavlug It at this offiee. au23t
It U reported that the Cairo & Vincon
om railroadwork upon which Is still
progressing very favorably la about to
pas Into hands that will push It forward
with greatly Increased vigor. Negota
tlons to that end j It is said, are already
There Is an unusual demand for flour
In this market Just now, and half the
flour merchants of the city arc on tho
lookout for chances to buy. Tills, just In
advance of the incoming of flour from
the new crop, Is probably usual, and can
not permanently affect the prices.
A rattlesnake was captured near the
Mounds Juntlon the other day, that Is
six feet In length and fifteen Inches in
its greatest circumference. It has ten
rattles, which Indicate an ago of ubout
thirteen years. Tho captor Is keeping'
the loathsome and poisonous thing as u
Why can wo not Jiavo a town clock on
tho custom house? It would serve a good
use, and will involve only a compara
tively small outlay. If somo of our lead
ing citizens who can mako themselves
felt at Washington, will urgo this matter,
they will be listened to and Cairo will
bavo her "town clock." Will they do:
Tax-pnyem should not forget that now
Is tbo time to Mo auy exceptions' they
may have to mako to tho assessor's val
uation of tlvulr property for taxnblo pur
poses. Their exceptions may bo flled in
writing with the city olork, auy tlmo be
fore tho 8th Inst. After that day the us
sessment will stand ascoullrmed,aud no
alterations can bo effected.
It was remarked of
Urday, who Is accused
money than brains
of haying moro
Mr. Is well fixed, Is n1 he?"
The reply was: "Yes, I tklnk he is.
IIo has ordered thirty six feet of library
twelve feet of black, twelve feet of red
aud twelve feet of green I"
This aud no more.
Tho first day of August was warm,
oloso and sultry; butlncomparablypleas
anter than the first day of August last
There has not been a fatal case of sun
stroke this year, unywhero in this whole
region of country. In fact few, if any,
have bees reported this year in any of
The sale or Ohio river salt, at this city,
forma a very considerable Horn of busi
ness. There are, probably, not less than
fifty thousand barrels, of 2S0 lbs each,
Hold here annually. The principal de
mand for it come from communities
along the Mississippi hence to St. Louis,
and from towns and stations along the
Illinois Central as far north as Mattoon
aud Bloomlngton, r !
There were fourteen country wagons
tilled with marketing; backed up agaluat
the market platform this morning, some
of them having come a distance of about
llfteen miles. Norwlthstandl'og tho ap
parent abundance of everything in the
vegetable llne. prleea aro well maintain-.
ed. It Is quite Impossible for an aver
go sited family to' procure a day's sup
ply short of $1 50 to f2 00.
Tobaoop Is coming iu pretty freely for
tho sale next Thursday, By every trip
of the forry boat and packets a number .of
hogsheads are received. As most of this
is Ballard county tobacco, Jt.Is useless to
extol its quality. It is now conceded
on all sides that the planters of that
county raise the finest (obccq that finds
its way to tho markets of the South and
Buch n wheatcrop as have crowned the
labors of our farmers this year has not
beon known for many years. Intelll
Koueo readies us from Indiauapolis that
tho wheat crop throughout Indinim lias
not boon equaled during tho past ten
years, Tbo "immense ruin" wrought by
tbo rains, turns out. ater all, to bo noth
ing serious. In the very localities where
the "rula" was meet complete, the yield
ttirus out to be fully an average one.
As at this season of t he-year all fore?:
handed families are engaged at the work
of canning their peaches, tomatoes, corn,
etc., forwlnter use. a suggestion that may;
provent loss of both temper and money J
should he received kindly.' Bay Mason's
fruit jam. The are infallible, clean and
convenient, and, in the long run the
cheapest. Parsons, iDayls fc Co., can
supply any quantity, from a half dozen
up to one thousand dozen.
Tho city authorities have, about effect
ed tho said of the lot upon which tho cal
aboose stands and the ono' adjoining It
During the past twelve years the city
has occupied the calaboose lot free to
of charge, tbo Trustees of the Cairo prop
erty, meanwhile, paying the state and
county taxes upon It. When the title of
tho property passes to the city, substan.
tlal Improvements will be mado upon
the calabooso tho prison portion will bo
enlarged and ventilated, and tho part
Intended R9 a residence will be so arrang
ed as to raako it habitable without sub
jecting the inmates to tho disease and
death Inseparable from the effluvia
teaming up .from below.
The case of Dr. Burke is well known to
most of our readers, Ho has been, con
lined to his bed, Itf this city, during tho
greater portion of tho punt year, a chargo
upon his friends, ami for a time upon tbo
county. Yesterday ho wasforwarded to
his brother who resides in Alabama, and
who, probably, will bo abfe to care for
him. To Dr. D. he and hls friends are
certainly Indebted for kind offices which,
perhaps, no other person could have
performed so well. The Dr. raised about
$140 among citizens who appreciated the
necessities of the case, aad investing
about $40 in clothing sent off the afflicted
man well dressed knd with about $109 In
Mmli far LrMI Taaaaroa!
Much to the surprise of everybody, the
little town of Taraaroa In the prairie a
few mile from Dn Quoin is tho highest
bidder for the Southern Illinois Normal
School. The bids wero opened at Car
bondale yesterday in tho presence of all
the commissioners except Capt. D. Hurd,
of this city.
It does not follow, however, that be
cause Tamaroa Is the highest bidder that
she will secure the school. "All other
things being eaual," her superior aul
icrlption should control; but it becomes
necessary to inquire Into the nature of
thoso "other things." Haa Taraaroa a
building thai will allow of tho Immedi
ate opening of the school? Has she
market and feotel accommodations that
will prove equal, to the Increased
demand that will follow the lo
cation of the school there?
What Is the market value of her securi
ties; what are the surroundings of the
town; what is the moral and religious
aspect of tUo society? Theao and "a huti-'
dred other thltm must bo considered.
ami rn.it nvorrtomn any amount of
money. We presume, however, that
Tamaroa preucnls quite all the advan
tages that have beon urgod by her con
petltors. Certainly she Is centrally loca
ted and Is, or will be, of easy access.
Weadmlrohor "spunk" In this mat
ter; and If the same liberality shall char
acterize her citizens In their dealings with
other peblic movements and enterprises,
she will, inovitably, take her place
among tho considerable cities of the in
terior in right short order.
if Is cot often that our country Meeds
permit their angry passions to rise to the
shooting pitch, and It is therefore with
some scrpriso that we learn of a shooting
scrape In Dog Tooth Bend, of a very
serlou if not a fatal -charactor.
It appears that the was a dance in tfaat
neighborhood on Friday night, whereat
quite a number of young folks As
sembled, and everything passed on
smoothly until tho eWnfng fiad well ad
vanoed, when aa altercation arose be
tween two young men named respective
ly Elliott and Rommlck. Words led to
blows, and Rommlck being the larger
and stronger man of the two got the
best of the tight, and was following up
his advantage in a manner that
led Elliott to believe that a resort to
harsher resistance was necessary to Bavo
himself from serious tbedlly Injury. Ho
tueroiuro urvw uut a o r yci miu un-u, j
thip ball striking Remmlck In the breast.
The fight here terminated, and Bern
mick'a injuries being of serious nature,
u messenger was at ouce dispatched for
a aurgcoa. At mat awoHnw ueiriw ui
living, and hopes were 4?ntertl tied of His
it -.The cause of the dlSeulty we did not
learn; but suppose that It was sqmethlng
that owed Its origin to" the transactions
of the evening.
biuce placing the above in type wo
learn that after the dance had closed,
the youug men commenced knocking
off ono another's hats, Elliott had s
heavy pair of shoes in his hands, aud'
when Remmlok knooked on his bat, he
returned a blow with the shoes. Bern
mlck asked him if he was mad about it,
and receiving an affirmative reply, struok,
IJtllott, knocked him down and choked
him. The belligerents were soon sepa
rated, and for a time it was thought the
fuss wuu ut an end. But Elliott was
deeply Incensed, and was determined on
revenge. Accordingly, watching his op
portunity, ho drew ills revolver, and
reaching around tlio person of Rem
miak'u brothor-lndaw, fired, the balltnk
Ine effect as stated,
Dr. Ijawret oe was called in and probed
tho wound "o he dopth of four Inches,
but was unable o find the ball If this is
true tho wounded man can scarcely .recover.
AMetleaSJate r-ffhlt an Klleha
I will" sell at public auction on Friday
August 6th, at 10 o'clock a.m., at the
residence of Dr. Taggart corner of
Twenty-first street and Washington
avenue, a large assortment of parlor and
kitchen furniture) consisting of sofas,
chairs, mirrors, carpets, bed-steads,
centor tables, dinning tables, wardrobes,
wash stands, safes, bureaus, heating
stoves, conking stoves and ono fine re
frigerator dec. 8to.
Parties wanting bargains shou'd attend,
for every article offered will positively
be sold. DanieIj HartjiAn
"Barrett's" don't stain the skiu.
CTiaam Wntnr "part.
Speaking of the effects of tho earth
quako that shook this section about ten
days ago, tho Mound City 'Journal' says:
' On tho .sandy bar at tho lower extrem
ity of Cairo a chasm opened several feet
wide and let In water from tho river.
When it closed nguln water was thrown
from firty to sixty feet high.
One of two things Is ceilain. Potter
wuu hard up for a sensation, and manu
factured tho quoted paragraph "out of
Whole cloth," or he bent i listening ear
tp a groundless story. Theshock at Cairn
was very light; there wni no j'awnlng
of sandbars or squirting of water any
where In the whole county. Cairo Is very
enterprising and dislikes to be "headed"
In anything, but must decllno tho honors
that may grow out of tho big squirt and
chasm. Such things aro the special and
particular property of New Madrid.
Three Tama Ten Victimised.
Last Friday two brothers named Herne
and a Mr. Sanders, young men from
Madison county, in this State, were
standing on ono of the wharf boats at our
landing, when a Mexican approached,
with a strap In his hand, and explained
a trick by which any amount of money
could bo won from almost anybody.
Whllo ho was showing how easy the
thing could be done a cadaverous white
iquii (who was a confederate) came up,
and swore that if ho had the money he
would bet largely the thing couldn't bo
done, and turning to one of the young
men he asked for tho loan of $16nnd was
accommodated. A liko loau was uego
tiated with the other young men; and
of course lost. Satisfied however that
there was money in belling on thatsWe
the white man continued to borrow from
the young mou until he had stripped
them of their money, 543, two new re
volvers which they hud Just purchased at
u coat ofll each, aud a silver watch
and chain, worth $12 or $15. Of course,
and according to programme, the white
'man and his Mexican confederate sue
ceeded iu getting out qf sight of their
tnree. victims, leaving them strangers In
.it atrange place, and penniless. i
Ofllccr Joe Arnold was mntlo acquaint'
cd with tlw facts aud urnlshed a des
riptlon of tho two confidence eoouudrels,
and commenced a look-out for them.
Going on board tho steamer Nightingale,
yesterday evening, who shouid he see
but tho very brace of villains ho was
searching for, engaged at the interesting
game of seven-up with a couple of
Hoosiers, seated aft on deck. Watching
his chance ho pouueed upot his game,
and while holding his cocked pistol at
aim, made them disgorge the watch, the
pistols and a portion of tho money, be
sides tan dollars they had wen from the
uooslers. Returning tho ten dollars to
the ownors, he took the other property
in charge and marched his confidence
birds in advance of him to the county
Jail. Be ha evidence at hand that will
cause them to be bound over, and whenr
the case comes up for trial in tho circuit
court, the two Hemes and Mr, Sanders
-will be present to' testify.
The oUcers of the Nightingale acted
the part of law-abiding men, tendering
to officer Arnold any asslstanco tho case
might demand. This conduct stands out
in pleasing contrast to that of somo
steamboatofneers wo might name.
Facta far ka Faratera aa Planttra ortfcf
W. M. Davidson, at ISO Commercial
avenue, is now proprietor of just such an
eatabllBhmeut as the farmers, planian,
gardeners aud orchardists o( the sur
rouudlntr country have louc needed. Ho
has entered largely into the agricultural'
'implement aud sood business, and has
exercised a care iu tho collection of all
thoaa minor laiplethonta and irturoaao
essential on well stocked farms, that we
qnestlon it much if the equal of his es
tablishment can bo found elsewhere lu
the whole country. He occupies a build
ing 50 by 75 foot, In one part of which
he keeps grain drills,' fanning mills, vic
tor cane mill, wheelbarrows, reapers
and mowers, feed cutters, corn Bhelle'rs,
harrows, plows of all patterns, cultiva
tors, corn planters, etc., etc., while
In the other part he keeps a
large variety of goods that can
not, In a newspaper column, be enu
merated. Suffice It to say that agricul
turalists will find in It all that is valuable
and useful of the old tricks, traps and in
ventions, nnda tbqusund new things that
speak of ah Intelligent advancement iu
the pursuits of agriculture. He keeps
harness and saddles, grind-stones, wash
lug inuohiuea and wringer, cider mills,
cross-cut aud mill saws aud a flue assort
ment of edge-tools gonerally, and almost
everything else that other dealers in
hardwaro and notions havo failed to se
cure. He also deals in such Heeds as are
iu demand in this section of country
and can supply wagons f tho best mako
and finish as cheap or choapor than any,
other establishment accessible to this
When, about n year ago, Mr. Davidson
entered into tbia line of business,
he felt satisfied that if ha
could concentrate upon himself
the trade of the country that is tributary
to Cairo, he could not only aucoeed but
prosper. He has been liberal in tbe ex
penditure of money to make. hie business
known, and to-day beglna.to realise his
expectations. An agricultural ware
house and seed store In Cairo are Mo
longer an experiment. Mr. D. is now
satisfied that tbe country demands and
can support such an establishment,
and he is determined that bis pricec shall
be so regulated as to glvo no one an ex
cuse for going elsewhere for goods thathe
can supply. The same markets that are
open to other western dealers aro
open to him, and he has
the advantage of as cheap frolghta as are
enjoyed by any other cliy. He there
fore means whatho says when he assures
tho public that parties who patronize
him shall bo dealt with on tho square,
and on such terms as will satisfy them
that they could nothave bettered them
selves by going elsewhere.
Farmers, gardeners and others visiting
the city are Invited to call on him
whether they desire. to purchase or not
Remember the place, 180 Cowmerch 1
avenue, sign of the Ooiden Plow.
All barbers use "Barrett's.''
rart IJat twt lata 94 Hi
Twa a'etaeh, P. nT.
O n. An4rrww, Colom!. Wn. White, Fadaeak.
II. 0. Wlttaon, PHWVtrg. HihliBcale,faaclBaall.
Kale Putnam, da KaU RdMaaee, do
City f AMo Maw Ortaasw.
Gen. Aulertoa. Cotumbua. Wtn. White, Paducah.
Kto rutntm, Ht. LouU. Mlchtlanle, BcLoul.
Kate Koblnson, Jo . City of Alton, do
The weather is again quite warm and
Tho Mississippi and Missouri ara fall
The Ohio Is falling at Pittsburg, with 5
feet water in the channel. It Is also fall'
In if at Cincinnati, but stationary at Lou
isville, with 4 feet water in the chute over
Hero tho river has fallen ten inches
since last report,
Business is dull.
The White yesterday brought out seve
ral lots fruit and sundries for Cairo; 49
hhds tobacco, 22 sks oats for reshlpmcnt
to N. O.
Tho City of Alton discharged hero 28
hhds sugar for Evansvllle and Louis
vllle: 23 bbls pecans for Cincinnati, 40
pkgs for various points and the follow
ing for Cairo: C. R. Woodward 1 cask
anvils. R. C. Merrick 1 bundle shafts.
The Wm. Whito, Capt. Beverly, is the
Paducah packet this avenhlftv
k lllCXUIUMFt wniih
'rccultr Rvansvllle picket to-day.
The Bell tit. Louis, Capt. Zeiglf r, la tbo
regular packet for Memphis this evening.
"BarrottV took tu'o Sliver &fedal.
The London )aar terr Kcvlew,
The KdlBgtmra; Ka"W,
The Wcdiainlaler nevlew,
Tho North HrltltT atartew,
Black wood'a Maajaatae.
reprints of the leaijn Quarleittes and Black
nro now Imtltw-ne' M who delro to keep
woetl aro now indlipenaaja l?.a' wno uMiroio area
tb.mif Ut fully inor?e.l with rerard to the great
a.loundetthtnkrtnOreatHrlUifl. The contrl-
fcatnr to the Pge?lh".? BeJr.,t mSn wb0
bUuid at the head f the ll of Bcllih writera on
Pelencf, Itellgloo.'Art and General tiuratare, and
whatererla warOtof dUeuiiloa Sada aUaatkn In
the pages of thifi aeTlewa wd Waekwoed; The T
rlrty l o zrcawuU no cubacrlbet' eta fall to ha aalla
fliwl' Tlit;e rVf"',cs-,! "0 prl&Ud lUi thoroagb
fldtllty totheBgHt py. M"! T,anred at prices
"rhlcli plwecm within reach of all
Teraaa far 1S4. Year
Any one p the KTifwa.... 4 0Q
Any two if the KeTlcw..... . 7 oo
Auy thfo of tba Kt1wi. 10 00
All fouof tbe Krfew.... . 12 00
Dlackfood'a MBgailne-..-.............,.,,...,.... 4 00
UUcUrood aad any one Kerlew a t ae 7 CO
Itliu'HOod and any two Rartewi . 10 00
llljwoo.I ami any thru Kevlews.. a a IS 00
libikwoodaud the fourXTiewi....M.......... IS oo
A dlacount of twenty per cent, will Ikj allowed ta
Aubt of foor or more persons. Thus, four copies of
UUck fooJ, or of one of the Kerlew, will r.e sent to
one address for IU so.
Subscriber should prepay by the quarter, at the
ofhco of delltery., The postage to. any part, of the
VnitudHutcs Is two ctxT anumlier. This rate osly
applies to current subscriptions. For bock numbers
tho postage It double. .
Teraaa ta New flaaacrtaers.
Hew subscrlWs to any two of tho aboTe period!-
culi for Itxa will bo entltfi
lieu io rece vs. sraiis. anr ono
receive, gratis, any ono
of thn four ReTlewa for IMS. Nw subscribers to, alt
five of lh periodicals or lseo uey reeelra, tnUi,
iilaekwooa or any twoor tne lour tMTIews ror iw,
SnbH-ribers may, by applying early, obtain hack
sets or the Iteriewa from Jaauary,- lsse. to December,
lt'Cri, .mil or lllaokwoora Muulit from January,
IW, to Ueceaiber. law, at, hair ska current aahwerip.
mw" NUlir rtremlumii tn nhitartber. nirillunniil
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p muiiner. iv premiams caa do arrea to duos.
The I.eHart Sseata PaMlaMBa; Cm ,
1441 eiftoa reel, New Tors.
The UK. TUB. CO. aliopuUlah he
br Henry Stephens, of Edlagburr, aid the late J.
Norton, of Tale College. 3 vols., royal octavo, 1.6
pages, and numerous engrarluBs Price, 17 00 (
the two vobv by mall, pest paid.
QTATB OP ILLINOIS.
k3 AuexANDKB County, m:
In the Circuit Court of- Alexander County, September
Bailey B. Uarrell, 1
John E.Cook and f I" Attachment. Demand SJOO,
Henry A. Althouse, I
Notice is hereby civen tn vnn. M.n TnVn r
Cook, th&ta writ of uttachmont has been sued out ct
tho offlco of clerk of the circnll court of said Alexander
county, Mine sun or ine talil Halloy S. Harrell, and
amxinst the estate of you, tho said John E. Cooic and
limy A. Althnuso, for four hundred end
forty.fotir dollars and sixty.five cents, di
reeled to the hherllf of said county to
oiocute.Mhlch sold rrit has been returned by said
shenffexeouted, by lavylng the same on lots number
ed fourteen (1 and Ilfteen(t5). In block numbered Bf
ty.one (1) In the city of Cairo, Illinois, as the property
of John X?. Cook.
Vo w unless you, tho said John E. Cook shall por
aonally be ani( nppgar tforo tho circuit conrt of.sald
county on tho rirstduycf thenoxttorm thsroof, to bo
hslden In tho city of Cairo, in said county, on tho third
Monday III the month ofSeptcmber next, give special
ball and plead to laid action, Judgment vr ill bo euterad
agalust you In lavor of the said iitataUtrand the prop,
erty attached sold towitlify tliosame wfi post.
ca.ro, i..t Juw.mw.itm&
THE jETNA INSURANCE CO
JULY FIRST. 1809.
"By their fruits ye know thena."
Losses Ixid in Fifty Years,
The Most Successful Virc Insurance C-
CA81I ASSETS, 9rj,3!2,ri2 fM
Thre'fourtbs of tbo Insurance Companies char
tered havo fllcd, proving tho mistakes und dlfflcul
lles of a profusion based on calamity and mlifor
tunc, with nn important part of Its development In the
sphere of broad human Ccnovolence. It is a ra.ro and
oncommon event for one of these Institutions to
miltolti FIFTiFTliannnalioport, and that ft sotlt
factery one another of llfu's plainest old lc3S9nsi "Aa
you sow that shall yon roup."
Usefulness and duty muatbe alupej and nieisurtd
only by tho wealth and growth of our country.
Losses Paid at Cairo by the .Etna:
D, C.Stewart... aeeeaaaatMeee ea
Rosd and Cunningham 104 U
r F. Paaehall. ........ flis 12
Solomon Llttlcflcld....... rnt i 217 11
E. L. Stewart V to. MS it
2. lliOU. Ma . " SOS
Adams, Graham a Co........... - 123 X
Wilson Thrnpp..... -M ... lsa ia
J. A. Reed...
Taylor. Edwards Co -.,.4000 W
Wm. Mr lnler.....M............ o
II TTnmnhrov A Oo 4M OS
John A n trim. . .. ." , ........... 1J0 W
A. 11. SalTord - n.......nM......M ew 00
F. Vincent...... . .. J V
Richard 11. Noyos. so 0
3t II. HumphreyM..................w. ....... ........ 3j
Trover Miller S5
W. P. J. W, Tlmmons....... - 25 00
Hard, Walsh A Co . - j .
Jf . W. Orsham i Co..,...... . 4s
Alice Tajlor.....'..... ....m....................1wj
OatT. Cochran A Co....... r? h
John Marvln........ . iL
D, Hunl......... , -"'ficoS
.......... ........................... '
Trover A Miller "'""ntii, ?. .
u.aii a tiM... ....M.. w
V.J. Vost Cd..
J. Q, Herman.
H I mm llonhsm.
W. H. Dnvl.... ....."
Haniday ft Ilro
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