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FDBU8HKD BT JOUJt'lT, OBIhLt A CO.
. B. ItARRKLL, ASSOCIATE KDITOR.
A NEGRO OUTRAGES A WHITE WOMAN.
SATURDAY, AUGUST H, 186&.
Arrival and Dejpartfere of Mall.
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Barrett's" Is unsurpassed.
Cudnnatl Lager Beer, just redolved,
at Louis, Herbert', Ohio Levee. auglOwl
If you want a good stove, or tlnwaro
hollow-ware, copper or sheet-iron ware,
tin roof, gutter, or anything Iri that line,
call on A, Frascr, Commercial rfvcbuo
betoen .Eleventh and Twelfth street,
where h? has moved to, aca fitted up the
large and mont complete shop In
Particular attention given to steam,
boat and mill work, cupper smithing
and sheet Iron work, such as chimneys,
breccher escaping steam-pipes, etc.
A large majority of tue letters intended
for ibis post oOlce delivery are addroAacd
4"Cuiro, Illinois,'' but to show that some
of them do not bear that direction, and
that this world is given to bad spoiling
as well as to lying, wo append the foil
oing effort of Individuals who, no
doubt, would bo mortally Insulted, If
anybody should intimate that they ctn't
sjhjh : caro, uarow, Carlo, Calroe, Caroe,
Klro, KaJrow, Kelgbrough, Karoe,
Karow, Kalroe, Olmroc, Calrowd, Knyro,
Kyroe, Chayrow, and Kro.
We have in our possession an envelop
bearing tha following address:
"Mn. JUlUCLV IlltOTilKIW,
Whole and retalo DrugUtcrs,''
All of which go to hhow that some
folks are faulty in tbelr orthography.
A rlafc S) rwiaa4 Im.
The Evanavillo 'Journal' luaiaUi that
the Cairo & Vineenuee railroad has been
abandoned. Thera la an igaorauce or
malignity In this that j entirely Inex
cusable. Thero are, at this time, one
thousand flvo hundred laborers at work
on the line, the grading la fully half
done, and, all along the line the work Is
progressing with greater vigor tfaaa ever.
The rumored embarrafcsment of General
Rurnslde caused foor eub-contractorB to
to suspend operations, and from this clr.
cumsianco (lie Evansvillo and Paducah
papers flew to the conclusion that the
road would not bo built. An order for
tho resumption of the work theso con
tractors had abandoned wasgiven nearly
a week ago, and every man roturnod to
it; and now the work la progressing
more favorably than ever. Within six
ty day from this date construction trains
will bo placcd'on this end of the line.
If the 'Journal' Is disposed to act with
ordiaary fairness toward the people of
Boutaern Illinois who are deeply inter
paper expresses Jho oplnlon.that If A. J.
Kuykendall Is elected to the Constitution
al Convention "he will be akcredlt to his
party;" H Per corttra, the Hhawneetow'n
Mercury' a radical naner. save: rr h.
Is he wllljhave to improvo upon hi con
Til ft t3nnln nf T'mlnoli "..a i .
' J I "J. ... .iu iu l j ici
about the point selected for the Padocaa
and Ellaabethtown railroad bridge across
the Tenitsaeo river. Thejrfare holdinxr
meetings to devise means "to remedy the
RarretlV is warranted, t
"Iw of tulaeaa.y
Mr. John 'C. Whito Is mllcting aub
ecrlpUonsto TbeephlliiH Jrson'a new
work entitled tho "Laws, of' Business."
Tho author Is an .eminent professor of
law in Harvard Unlversity,Mand is not,
by any means, beforo tho public as a
law writer for tho first time. Tho book
in question sheuld find a place on tho
desk of every merchant and business
man, and in ovory family and law library
in tho city. It embodies, In a clear and
comprehensive stylo, all the forms, rules,
decisions and principles of tho laws of
business that obtain In this country and
a vast fund at, infomatlon that every
Intelligent mati thoold acquire.
It contains and presents In the clearest!
plainest, and most nreciso manner, all
ested n the eaocees of ftbia road, It yr thns rules and principles which regulato
oorftct the falsehood it has persisted in J eocl1 'ntorconrse, anslgovern every kind
ciroaiaunf ror days and daya after every 01 u"ney witu nM dlreetlons for very
AROUND ABOUT CAIRO.
The young men of Goloquda fcpive or
ganized a base ball club to which they
have applied the name "Ma.vflowr.t in
honor, wo suppose, of Josh Throop'a fa.
voriteboat of that aame. t ,1
A number of Padacahltea are rusticat
ing at Allen's Springs, in Pope county,
and, among the naaaea we notice that of
Capt. Dick Harding. Letters from that
locality published in the Paducah 'Her
Idj" tencd "Traddles," tho friend of
Pip, exhibit the, familiar style of tho
Tho cornor stone of a' hew Pretbyterian
church In Golconda is to be laid on'
Thursday, tho 10th Inst., with becoming
Tlie Oolconda 'Herald' aaya that tho
coraerop of Pope county has already
suffered so much from droughtthat more
that? a half a crop cannot bo gathered,
no odds how favorable the weather may
bo henceforward. ,
The Sliawneeto wu ' 'Moroury' says:
"We still Insist that a railroad from.
Evansvillo to Paducah is only Imaglnn
ry. Tho people of Evansvillo may build
a road to Illinois, and It is but self nres-
ervatlon for them to do It, but wo uifder-
bike to say they will novcr build ono to i
Paducah." Thlsls- tho road 'or which I
the Cairo nud Vinconnes is to be aban
doned, according to the Evansvillo 'Jour
nal.' Asltaggs would say: "Wo can
scarcely sec It by those burners."
Ask a publisher to give you a copy of
his paper, but never ask a merchant to
give you a paper of pins, a paper of need
les, or.n. epbol of thread. That would bo
monstrously prcsumptous. But wherein
Jlei tho difference?
Tho Hhawneetown 'Afercuiy' saya that
the corn brop of Gallatin county will not
furnish over half tho average yield. On
the bills thero will bo llttlo or no corn
Tho dependence Is upon tho bottom
lands, Early rains would, however r w "y' 116 Btty ho took
greatly help matters. uujco, linraeuiaieiy proceeded to the
He la Arrested in Cairo and CoMfcisea
Tho arrest of tho negro Henry Bald
win, In this city, on 'a telegraphlcd dis
patch from Paducah, was noticed in these
A few houra after his arrest wo visited
the wretched trian In his cell. Ho la a
well.bullt negro boy, fully 9x feet jn
height, and about nineteen years of age.
He is dressed In a Well-worn pair of butter-nut
pantaloons, coarso ahoos, a check
shirt, and a blue military coat, much tod
amntl TT.. I.. -
oujuh uitu, iu io u uegro or Bomo-
tuing more thaa ordinary intelligence,
anu Hcoms to apprcclato tno awful dllcm
ma in which no lias placed himself.
When wo asked him what character of
punisnment no expected tho outraged
husband and his friends would mete out
to Him, ho replied: "I have noothur ex
pectation than that thoy will hang me."
xiis story is as rollowa:
xioimuoeon raided In tha famiiv nf
I air. umuwin, living near Woodvllle,
wuiun iff hix or eight mllej from PadU
I nn1 A 1 . .
, jircauutr mimcu jienson mar.
ried Baldwin's daughter "Gllly," and
about three riionth.s'ngo ho wont to live
with them: Among bther duties ho peN
mrmeu was mat or helping Mrs. Benson
milk tho cows. Day before yesterday
auoui uusk, no was with her Iu the cow
yaru. fio person was In view. All at
onco it camo into his head that ho must
outrage her person. He had been raised
with her from a child, and protest that
ne never thought of such a thlnir beforo.
Ho approached her and told her his pur
pose, hiio made him no reply. He then
seized her, thrnw her down, and accom
juisiieu rns aim. lie protests that
anonciiuer screamed nor resisted him,
but admonished him to Immediately
leave tho country. He says ho took her
foundation for It .was re-
IXalk r Joan YT. Mmy.
The remains of John Bay were landed
on our wharf this morning from pie
steamer Belle Ht. Louis'. 'fcor'mauY
monma ne had been.' afflicted with
transaction. HxplM- thenaturo of
every kind o( coDtH)t,!oaveyuucc, and
legal obligation. It gives directions to
magistrates, toadralnlstTa'tors and execu
tors, to landlords and tenants, to guardi
ans and ware!, to rfaoyera aad aellers,
gems auu principals, debtors and credl-
clironlp iuVri,n. mi.'.t ..I..,.. I tors, to trustees, common carriers, to In
- w iihiihi.m catju ULli VI vi - MUlltO I t a 1 "m j '
which was probably" IIMu'dgcd, sought olven io iac "nd underwriters, to
relief by a visit to Hoi finrlnW. Arkai,. lnvont". authors, partners, clerks, cor-
Ho grew weaker unUer the sweatings n!' an(! 'W.M'?!'
ana arancningu to which be wae sub
jected there, and concluded to return to
Cairo. Ho reached" Memphis, boarded
the Belle Bt. Louis, and died on the' way
up. o lort pao hundred and forty dol
vo any Dusiqe;io!.wijaoc1ra jirai
It is not only local In Its nature, but is
equally useful In any part of the United
States. The forms Jt.Jffves hayp stood
the test of the clofiefll Judicial lnveitltrn-
tlon, and are, of thwaietyes, qf ineal'cui-
lara in the hands of the clerk which was , , ' , are' ' Pf 'nea
banded over to a frfead' In Cairo, and 2 et ,to 6Vr -fP
which will be employed In giving the &&lJSliI!l
body decent burial,
During tho past two ytars Ray served
as runner for tho Antrim House, In whioh
position he made himself wjdely, known.
The disease which put a period, to bis
life was no doubt contracted through the
exposures and excesses Incident to that
Right here we will take 'occasion to
'say that there is a certain class of dis
eases to which the Hot Springs treat
ment la death. Invalids should consult
their physicians before Incurring (he
expense and danger of a trip thither.
Persons afflicted, with rheumatism and
venereal diseases, sores,, tumors, etc.,
may resort to thatioure with confidenco j
but there are diseases, and their name la
legion) that will be greatly aggravated
by it. , What theso diseases 'are, almost
any physician, tybq has an. annnlysls of
the waMcaajeadilytellv. Chronic,
diarrhea, mosqYidaHUyt iH ono of them.
The body of Ray hik been taken Iu
charge by the widow, and her jriends,
and will he, decently, interred for tlie
present, at'least, at Villa Ridge.
brated "Mason" Fruit Jars, perfoct and
Hlraple self-sealers, the best in Amtriea
Just received jmdiiittniiiatoaiftdalee
prices, at the Queenswaro House.
Paksons, Davis A Co.,
Jy22tf Nos. 5 and 7 Tenth St.
the day. Wo are nulte'eonlldont that a
brief oxamjuatlou of Its pages-will assure
any 'intelligent peraoa 'that is a work
that he cannot afford to do without It
can bo had only through agents. ,
Nuuday pAitlme aad EBjaymeBi,
Mr. John Ree-dcslre -to cay to the
public that on'Suiiday the" gates of the
Flora Garden will be thrown open for
tho free entrance pf a'l respeptablo per
sonsand' families,- kno charge whatever
being mado for admission. During the,
afternoon the usual pastimes and'
recreations cau be indulged in, a
splendid baud of music giving a charm
to tho occasion. At night will be pre
sented the beautiful spectacle Wan
Italian tflgb,8ctnr( c
the trees and harbors being brilliantly
illuminated by colored lanterns'!
The season Is now favorable, and the
propriety incite ura that ,hla .visitors
ean spend afew hours in his garden
most pleasantly, Brluerrour wives and
children. Tho best of order wjll be pre
served, and nothing wMVcnur bay or"
night, that, can oflend the most fat ti-dloua.-
Conier,one and all from Cairo
fuuf MoUhf CJty,; and- all the country
son wuljie heartily' weleoaied.iu "
2t 'rnrW hfeicSrrSprfetor; "
Clams and Luko Fish, at Louts Herb
er's, 15 Ohio Lovoo. auglOwl
resiuence or air. Ualdwin. took a mula
and saddle from tho ktable, aud put out
in uie direction or Ulandvllle. When
near that place", he dismounted, turned
tho head of hmuleandstartedithome
vard. Ho then came on foot to the
Cairo ferryjandlng, and having twenty
flvj cents la: his pocket, crossed over to
calro. Five minutes after he left tho fer
ry boat ho was arrested.
Some parts of tho negros story bear
the impress of truth. Mr. Benson was
away from bomo when tho outrago was
committed ; there was no neighbor with
in hearing, and'lt Is probable that Mrs.
Benson saved her owa life aad that of
her little girl, in tho house near by, by
not ralslngan outcry that would have
been entirely useless. And it Is alio
probable that Mrs. Bj, fearing he would
murder her and her child, under the in
sane delusion that ho thereby would
cover up his guilt, told him to leave the
country. His statement that he neither
struck her, choked her, or otherwise In
jured her, is contradicted by a letter from
Metropolis, which states that ho "abused
her badly." That ho accosted her, and
handled her In a raannor that led her to
believe ho would murder hor under tho
lightest provocation is highly probable;
auu mat meiustfui devil would have ac
compllshed his purposo at any nnd all
nazaru is, probably, undeniable.
When informed, yesterday, of tho
probable fato that awaited him, ho cried
outright, and contluued to bemoau hU
fate, In groans and tears, for uu hour or
more. When we visited him, however,
he was quiet, and appeared to contem
plate tho terrrors before him with a re
signatlon scarcely to be xpected. Ho
was anxious to seo a preacher of tho gos
pei ami arrange ror tho new realities
which ha felt quite confident ho would
sopn be called upon to enter.
AiMiimral far IHSf,
roUce.U hereby glven-to nil parties
concerned that tho assessment roll for
State and county taxes for tho year 1860
Jd now deposited in tho County Clerk's
office, where tho same may be examluod,
and all persons having complaints to
make may lay thqm boforo the County
Court to be holdon nt tho Court House
on the first Monday In Sopteniber next.
w. A, Redman,
Assessor of Aloxander County.
Aug. 7, IKOfl. dtd. (Times copy.)
Merchants, grocer and others In tho
possession of' perlihablo goods which
they are auxlous to dispose of, should
avail themselves of our local columns.
Local items In tho 'Bulletin' are read by
everybody, 'and as our oharges are very
reasonable, it is a matter of surprise that
our business men do not moro generally
adopt that method for advertising goods
which will not bear keeping.
Cairo and Hlckaaaa Trade.
The Fairy Queen, John Young master,
has commenced running as a packet
between Cairo and Hickman. Bho is a
boat well adapted to the trado runs well
and cheaply, has sufficient cabin accom
odations and Is in every respect sound
and reliable. Wo hope tho merchants
and businessmen of Hickman and Cairo
jWlll concentrate their patronage on the
Fairy Queen, and crown Captain
Young's experiment with success.
There Is demand for such a packet, and
I ley uniting upon it all the buslucss legit
imately belonging to the trane t will be
corao a permanent fixture.
' All persons owing tap. taxes, notes, due
blllH,6r otherwistjj are horeby notified to.
settle Immediately, as T have to settle
with the auditor, county aud school su
perintendent. Agl3 3t L.H. Mtkhs.
nnounco eisowhero in theso col
umns Hon. VV. J. Ailon as a candidate
for membership in the Constitutional
Thero can be no doubt that Jndgo Al-
iuu, ii eieciea, win take a leading part
In tho deliberation's of tho convention.
He la a scholar In tho sclenco of states
craft, and experience has matured his
Judgment and ripened all his Intellects
al faculties. Extensively acquainted In
the State, with a reputation for political
sagacity ahd for ability In the profession
or tho law which has mado him ono of
the noted men of Illhmjs.he would stand
In the convention a prominent represen
tative of Egypt and lUt multifarious in
terests, and possessed of influenco suffl.'
ciently potent to defeat all schemes con
cocted for the p'urp'dso of crippling Its en
ergies or retarding its progress and de
velopment. From his youth up Judge Allen has
consistently acted with Democratic" par.
ty. When ambition and lovo of glory 1
seduced many of his parly friends to de
sert tho Democratic standard ho clung to
i . i. -. .
ik -cioBcr man a Droiner," and was
found faithful among tho faithless; and
this In that hour when desertion of tho
Democracy was rewarded with official
honors and always mado thepurso of the
recreant plethoric with greenbacks. He
fought with a stout heart for the princl-
pies to which he was dovoted, and ro
celved from tho Republlcaus abuse at
onco false and malicious. They dipped
their arrows in poison, and showered
them at him with persistent auger. It
may be that this unjust treatment, which
enabled him to read his title clear to tho
respect and confidence of the Democra
cy, somewhat embittered him against
Radicalism, and had a tendency to im
press upon his mind the belief that no
good thing can come out of that Tiara
reth; but It has not made him tho ene
my of his fellow-citizens who follow af
ter the Radical wlll-o'-tho wisp, and who
would honor themselves Ju this represen
tative district by rising above prejudice
and giving their ballots to Judgo Allen,
who has marked ability, a compliment
we could scarcely pay to any representa
tive Radical of this district In Judge
Allen, as a member of the convention.
his constituents would' find a worthy re
presentative. Able and self-rellnnt, he
is not ono of those who walk behind
events crying: "Come back!" and weep.
lng over the stood times gone, but one
who works in the "living present," ta
king matters as he finds them, confident
that all things will work for good in the
end. JiVtbe "new departure" of the na
tion and parties Judge Allen will not,
wo are confident, prove himself to bo a
Twn mr tli 34 l,,rM
Two o'clock, i gj
The weather is almost clear and op
pressively warm except In position,
where tho over constant breezo from the
Mississippi has full swoep A light rain
fell this forenoon, but dono no.qood tow
Rrm?,0Wer,nE tho temperature.
The Mississippi and Missouri continue
railing, and tho officers of tho Luminary
rCE?rt JSy "oven ,eot wntor St. Louis.
,ln eoi0, ll0ut0l8 fall,n&At a" Points,
with 24 Inches to Pittsburg and four feet
five Inches in tho canal at Louisville and
the same at Pittsburg Bar.
Here tho river has fallen
chesslnco last report.
business is fair, and the rdgular pack-
. "v" wuu more dispatch
than some weeks since.
Our young friend, W. I. R,,dd. haa
connected himself with Capt ghaa. 8
SnAV 10 senvml 'amboat ticket
agency business at Cairo. Mr. Rudd Js
has had afflH ,L'J and
wffl mlt ,BWa,b,,"lni experience, and
MimK, ew V0,uaW acquisition to Capt.
' ,We ranrt film to tho klnd-
him eminent fiuccess.-Evansvilio Jour.l
McKee extends greeting to friend
Rudd, who Is not entirely a stranger to
Cairo, and whose social and business
qualifications not only descrvo but will
command tho "emlnentsuccess" wo wish
Tho White, Captain Xorthern, is the
regular Paducah packet this ovonlng.
Tho Cumberland Io tho packet -for
The Belle Memphis leaves this ovonlug
for Memphis, nnd tho Thompson Doan
for New Orleans.
We ro ''t.arlieil to Announce ilm Mnn urnu.
J, Alln cundl.hto for mpmtrh(i In tlw Comm.
... . , ' """""n rmrn Hie Tint i:nrraltlTe
I)ltricl,con.rH(nlof thecountlm nfnninn it....
lr an.l PuL-ukl, iiuljwi to ihoilec-l.lonnf n.
arai. KNTK.v.-viAt. kxobk.
THE TNAINSURANCE CO
Ciro, ill., Auiut IJtli, IH).
Present His honor the Mayor, and
Councilman Barclay, Jorgenson, Martin,
Rearden and Williamson C.
Commltteo on Ordinances reported an
ordinance entitled: "An ordinance In ro
gard to tho salo of fresh meats Jn tho ci
ty of Cairo." Tho ordlnanco was laid
over for a second reading, under tho rule.
Councilman Barclay appeared and took
An ordinance entltlod: "An ordlnanco
appropriating money to the Flro Com
panies of Cairo,'1 sent from Board of.Al
dernien for concurrcnco of Select Coun
cil, was read second time, and adopted
Ayes Barclay, Jorgensen, Martin,
fReardeu, Williamson 5.
An ordinance entitled: "An ordinance
for enclosing aud improving St. Mary's
Park, in tho city of Cairo, and to provide
ways aud Weans to pay for the same,"
sent from Board of Aldermen for concur
rence of Select Council, was read second
time, aud adopted as follows;
Ayes Barclay, Jorgensen, Martin,
Rearden, Williamson 5,
An ordinance providing for the prepa
ration and uso of license receipt and li
cense books, was read second tlmo and
sent to Board of Aldermen for concur
rence, by following voto;
Ayee Barclay, Jorgonsen, .Martin,
Jioanlon,. Williamson 6.
Pi ays is one.
A motion to concur In action of Board
of Aldermen appropriating $1,787 44 to
Cairo and Blandvlllo Turnnlko Comna.
ny, was adopted by following voto:
Ayes Barclay, Ilearden, William-
Nays Jorgeueen, 31artln 2.
Councilman Rearden presented nay
roll of Cairo and Blandvlllo Turnpike
Company, for labor on turnpike, amount-
ng to $1,814 tf-J. Referred to special
committee of one from Select Council
and two from Board of Aldermen, as
follows: Councilman Jorgensen and Al
dermen Kennedy and Hendricks.
'Tho fallnuiin.. ..nl.,lln ,
.uu iwiiuitiu icauiiuvu tyua reau :
Resolved, by the Board of Alrlnrman
tho Select Council concurring, That tho
City Jailor be and he is hereby invested
witu au me powers or a 1'ollco Consta
bio of the city of Cairo, without
entitled however to demand or receive
any pay for his services as such.
Amonded by Inserting after the word
"such," the following words: "Provided
tho authority herein conferred shall on
ly exteud to the detention or re-arresting
oi tiBvapcu prwoners-wnotiave Deu jHiy
comiuiiteu to jaji;" and asu amended
adopted. yK, ,:-
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IT'S 3? A ST.
'My their Irulls yo know Ihcw."
Lone ISxid in FJlu Yean,
Tke Most SMccessful
Firo Insuranee Ce.
C'ASHASSE1', . $5,552,53a
pliere of broaJ fiunmn LencTolonco. It la a rro aai
'm.l0!'!!" 0i',t?KSi..,for ono. of ,h" lniiitlonSfc
mkiII nrTIFTHannnlie.orl,n.l iht n tat!.
UftilHn.iliil inuttbe ihape.l Bn, mM,u,
unly llio vt-uUh au growth ofoiir couniry.
II T ei
City Clerk, pro teui.
Hupcessfiil Hair Rcstora-
losses Paid at Cairo by (he .fna ;
I). C. Sty wart...- . 7 M
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"rw- 333:::;::;:.3: S
Trover A Millor .. 4 im
J!7, Tlmmon....J.33 33. 2
Herd, Waiih X Co IS 14-
N. W. Orthklil & Co .. 4j -a,
Alico Ttylor ..". 1089 0
(iatt. Cocbran I Co 37
John Marvin $(C3 0
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N, lluuakr... as
llarrell A Bio...... ,..... 2000 M
W;J-Yoit Co. 33.3. T 5
r-.lilalnliennburif m ta W
II. rrKanza . , in u
K.H. Cunningham m io W
J. Q, lurman u M
Hiram llenliam lui 00
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Hall iUyA llro 17-20
J I.ciUrcr i;a 4
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John Q, llarinun ;, 39 00
I. fomUiWer . .. 8 00
f'.Alr.., , 17 te
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