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PUBLISHED HY JOHN H. OBEKLT CO.
M. B. HATtKKLt., ABSOCUT tDtTOB.
FRIDA Y, AUGUST 20,' 1B6H
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'Ohio Biro routedepartacrerTdayfxtept Monday.
' '"'jfoMftAHAM, P.jrf.
all lifcor'&ytfjdlt' receive,
at Louis Ho
Use Ender's Chill Cure. "It never,
"Who throw oystcrcans at Charley
Mason, ob Eight a tree t yesterday, for
tho Intimation which Islafd W the editor
f tho Tlmen?' Cairo Tlmcs.
tho editor of the Tlraen,1 o'
The German Hrass hand complimented
a number of our citizens with u serenade
last nighty between tho hours of ten And
midnight They were well received "and
Tho strange man who was sun-struck
on our wharf yesterday has returned to
consciousness and Is getting along finely
His name Is M. U Bocock, atid he re
ildes in Union City, Tennessee. There
seems to bo nothlnir In tho way now of
his early recovery.
A Paducah paper says the hogs, Im
pressed with the superiority of Paducah,
"are corninir to dwell among us." This
being true wo may reasonably
that our ''paper wads" aimed
'Kentucklan' and 'Herald', will,
or later, be answered by gruntt.
Tho E. M. Methodists are building
church onnoslto Gen. Lovan's residence.
It will be ready for dedication in about
ilx weeks. MurpnysDoro Argus.
The E. M. Methodist! What docs the
E. M. mean? Easy Morals? And Is
this "church opposite Geo. Logan's real
denco" for the convenience of the Gen
eral? Wo shouldn't wonder.
The' sale of tobacco yesterday com
prised' twenty-four hogsheads', being all
that was entered. The prices obtained,
were, as usual, entirely satisfactory
Lugs SO CO to $7 W; medium shipping
leaf from $10 75 to 11 76.
The season baa how drawn so nearly
to a close that we can scarcely expect
very full sales nntll the new crop com
mences coming In.
Waluat Tlaalrfrr. ft
For Sale. Eighty acres of the tlnest
Walnut Timber Land In tho countrj'i
tltuatcd in Mississippi county, Mo.,
four (4) miles northeast of Charles
ton and within eight (8) miles of Cairo,
Illinois. Said land is adjoining John
Swank's farm. Also ten acres of School
Land situated threo miles from Cairo,
Illinois, on the Cairo St fit. 1-ouls railroad
line. . ' t-
' J or terms and particulars enquire "o
B. T. Whltaker'a ,Drug fftore, No. 108
Commercial avenue, Cairo Illinois, dtf
Cm o Sua Stroke.
Yesterday forenoon a strange mas was
found lying In a state of insensibility In
the comiaons pear the Mississippi levee.
He :ka'd' ;beeu stricken down by sub
stroke, buttibyr long he had laid then
no one knew. He was carried to Hi.
Mary's Infirmary where he sow lie.
During a lucid Interval he gavabls name
as George Young, and said hte occupa
tion was that of a peddler. .Doubts are
entertained of bis recovery.
The ladles of the Methodist Episcopal
church cesceracd in the management
of the late Ice cream supper (and festival
acknowledge themsel ves under particu
lar obligations to -the members of-lbs
Cairo Silvor Cornet hand for the excel
lent music they, discoursed at the com
mencemont of the affair, and to which
scores of citizens, males and females, lis
tened with delight. They are also duly
grateful to Mr. Charles Gayer, the owner
of the bulMlnarlB Wtiieb the supper was
belbv Many other cltlwms ' were ex
tremely kind, contributing pot u. little to
tho success of the effort.
The comlnir State Fair at Decatur
promises to be one of the largest and
most Interesting' ever held In the West,
It will surprss all f o rmer fain alike In the
number of entries and In attendance.
Every county in the State will be well
represented, and ie neighboring BUUes
f Missouri, KontUCKy, muiana, ;ujeqi
gan, Iowa and Wisconsin, have Indicat
ed a purpose to contest for many of the
leading premiums. Decatur may pre
pare for the entertainment of at least six
6r thousand persons.
Hn Dyaa T; Parker, vice president of
the Illinois State Agricultural eooieiy
for U)Vl3th congressional district, "has
supplied us'wlth, eqtapllraentary passes,
far which wo arc duly '.thankful. If "no
Upwa.rd "turning up" Jntelprehe the
Bulletin will be represented, oa that oc
casion editorially and otherwise, Jim
SchoafTexpectsusto recognize him hp
must keep sober.''
Torreaat y mmXtmn.
Ho laws ofl8C9 ore now in ray office
A LIZZARD MATUftrif a'MANS STOM
It bIm mm fa Kleetc.
Almost everybody has read about liv
ing snakes in human stomachs, but tt
Jms remained for tho Cairo' 'Bulletin' to
unearth the particulars of stomach liz
Dunntr tho war a gentleman now of
this city was connected with tho army
In South Carolina. Ho had long and ex
hausting marches to make, and for drink
Idfrwaterwaa compelldtoresort to tho
swamps and pdtidij(T(5t3nd along the
route. It was customary to hurriedly
dip up a cup-full as thecolumn moved on
without leaving the lino, and to gulp it
down as they moved forward. Time
passedandlths gentleman of whom we
speak fell sick'. He was troubled with
aniirrltablllty of stomach for which phy
sicians could find no remedy. The war
closed and his .complaint become more
and more aggravating. It was with -difficulty
tho most dainty and toothsorao
morsels could be retained -on his stom
ach. Ho consulted a number of physi
cians who prescribed sundry and varied'
remedies, but they all failed to effect the
desired cure. ' Matters continued 'tbu
Until tho gentlemen raado up his mind
that there was no cure for hlra, aud that
the only thing thai remained for him
was to continue tho use of such medi
cines as afforded him the most relief, and
thus smooth his way as he might down
to tho grave. One morning he was walk
ing in the garden, and being tempted by
the appearance of a cluster of red cur
rants, hp yielded to Inclination and swal
lowed aV much as a small handful! of
them- He had no sooner done so than,
he felt that he had .cause or regretting
his rashness. An unusual retching fol
lowed, and In a few seconds ho vomited
up the currants and with them the dead
body of a red lizzard, ully six Inches
long! He had, .no doubt, drunk this liz
zard, when It was very Miiall, In tho
South Carolina swamp wa'W. It had
been nurtured for mouths in hU stomach
and grown'to the monster ft was when
ejected. It had; probably, .been killed by
something taken Into the stomach, and
thejeeemposltlon of the-body haying
conameaccd, created a nausea of stom
ach thai enabled hJra tothrow It "up.
Ono side of 1U head and apportion oMts
tall had decaye'd, Irnt otherwise it was
whole,-well forsaed'and, fundenlablyi a
lizsard. j ?
Tbla'fs the first 1 lizard story of this na
ture of which we ever heard, and being
thoroughly satlefledof itsvtruth, wo jjut
It on record as one of the singular conse
quences of the war. V .
' ' ?
A, llttlo hebdomadal shtint, published
In Washington. Indiana, evidently Ig
norant of the fact that tho Cairo und
Vincennes road has bei commenced
and Is nearly half finishedenters lntoauy
argument to prove that the road cannot
and will not be built. "The threo miles
of tho road leading out from Cairo," it
says, "would cost over $200,000." Seven
miles of the read leading oat from Gaira
have been graded and are, ready for the
superstucture, and tho coat Is not muob
In excess of ono half the sum named.
"Tho three rallen from Cairo" Jlnish4d(
will not cost 135,000 per mile. "TW
miles of the road near Vienna," says the
same -MttfeeWtor, "wlll eeett asnK
$400,000." JNow we have'een' Informed
by geh'Uemea'whd are Vefavpostedln tho
premises that $400,000 will pay for all the
grading, culvertlng and bridging within
the llmlU or Johnson county. If this
Heosier edftor .will eonJne hiawelf to
tepiee of-wkieh he Is net eattrely Igaer
ant, he wJU.exeite less rid kale, and will
not, so frequently, write himself down
an aw. a
Tfca le Crm rMilvl Laii XIflit.
The ice cream 'supper glvenby tho
ladles of the Methodist Episcopal church,
last'tilght, drew out quite a large nuai
beroftho most rcf pec table ladles and
gentlemen of the city. .The tables were
presided over by Iadlts whose solklbv
tions to Buy were'1 Irresistible; anddthro
consequence was the liberality of the gen
tlemen present was Halted only by tho
extent of' their 3 circulating edlum.
The tables ,Wi7p.sjplIsd with the choic
est Ico cream, nsna- last caost toothsome
peaches, gnpfj Pars, oaked and con
fections that could be obtained in the
market, and a large number of very
fresh, bright and' tastefully arranged ho
quote. The amount realized has not
been ascertained, but as a large portion
of the delicacies' on sale were contribu
tions, we are persuaded that the affair
was a financial jmccess.
Two H altered Men M'n(cl I
The undersigned wishes to employ 200
naeqtto .werkoothe Ashley aud.(Mt.
Vernon railroad,' which he will pay $2' 00
por day. Payments made once a month
in cash. Board perweek, $4 00. Good
accommodations fpr boardlagon'tho line
of the work; also good springs of water
and h,e rnps heahyparj of the country.
Applloations'can be mae at the engi
neer's office, atiAshly, or. at P. Clancy's,
Ca.h-OiiH.Ur Tjio3.Bv.ityE8 Geij. kCon.
Chills Cured iu Six Hours, by Ender's
ChUipafe. UJ i u,
' TJr7Atlnrsurgeofldentistr after-an
absence of a fewSveeks, is again in the
3fty, pursuing p .RrofIon, . Itatt
needing the service of a strictly ft
class and scUatlfhv dentist Hhouldkcall
uptiu.ui. xwsmm Mfivi VMttTHFf tm,!?,,
' He,Jb'et neea-Etehtli aad-NIaUi.V. -
ntf.Ar ijj ii - ti'd .3 ..w i - .
Tkltljr One HojmmmA Elfct OlrW.
Vhe kajBMetton Knllptr mud Repltnfsn"
1 Ct r
Tho 'Mormon apostle, rieber f. Kim-
U 1 1 .1 I .......J.J I. 111
plying and replenishing the earth to ani
extent that will be accepted as a aaost
satisfactory fulfillment of tho scriptural
injunction. Through Jimmy Arrick,
deputy assessor of Utah; we havo been
placed in possession of ft list of tlio old
getttljMHi's progeny. Here It Is: Wil
Haa'H'rJKemball ; Helen M. H.t DaaUl
.D.jDIP.; Clias, 8. i 'Solomon T.;iIsaao
' m a .Is . .. n
n, Auranam a. i iicho are nu over ai,.
years of age. The following are minors : ;
Samuel H.; Daniel H.; Andrew; Allqo:
Sarah 'd.; Joseph; itosaiiaj Jedlah H.f
William G.; Albert H.; Jeremiah H.;
Moroni H. ; David H.; ITewell W.; Hor
ace H. ; Sarah M.; Joshua H.; Mary M.;
W lford; Lorenzo; Abbl I Johnachan;
Ellas S. ; Mary M.j John H.; Lydla H.;r
Annio o. ; iiza, anu afiuiiigion.
Here are thirty ono boys and eight girls;
eight over twenty ono years of ago and
thirty three minora. Five of the num
ber are Hyears old: 4 of them 10: 4 of
them 8; 3 of them 17; 3 10 and one 6
them only 12 months old. itunnlng out
of names tho old fellow named two of
bis girls SarahM. Tlie family returns
properly to the amount of $59,571 77.
A Railroad Snn,
McCracken county mado a subscrip
tion of a half million dollars in county
bonds to the Paducah and Ellzabethtown
railroad, onsjof tho conditions being that
the bridge across Tennessee river should
be located somewhere within tho limits
of the county. Tho dlrectory'bf the road
In utter contempt of their promises In
this behalf, has located the brldgo out
side of the county, at a point twenty
three miles from Paducah. Very natur
ally a large portion of the people express
themselves greatly exasperated, and at
a meeting held Wednesday night, in
structed tho county Judge to withhold;
the bonds from the company until tho
condition Imposed Is complied1 with. Mr.
Noble, of the 'Herald,' uniformly of an
amiable and' a' placid temper, says: "To
h 11 with the" Paducah and Elizabeth-
one of two things, viz: that ho is teiribly
indignant", orc Intensely anxious to pro
vide railroad conveniences of which lie
it 1. 1 i i -
m ay avail uiuiseu iu wio ueicniwi.
It is an ugly muss In which wo hope
the people wlirtriuarph.f Cairo feels a
deep Interest in the success of the road,
. . . i i . i if .r
ann hferi iiioMrnrn. a. rirjiir tr n Ar. iu."
B f TtM Plac far Hop,
The Paducah 'Kentucklan' Bays;
On Rundav morultiK we were nleaaed
to welcome to our shore, direct from the
Illinois side, a valuablo addition to our
city in the person of a pig; yes, sir, the'
very hogs are sensime oi me au vantage
of faaucan over ner neiguoonag towns
and cities and are coming to dwell
Hall fellows well met, of course they'll
continue to come. "Forbid them
for of such is" Paducah.
Tom Boyle was entangled iu tho
meshes of matrimony last night. A lot
of boys collected, with bells aud horns,
to celebrate the evht but were bought
off before they had concluded tho open
ing chorus. Tom gave them ?3 25 apd
told them to clear out ond drink bis
health in sixty-five glasses of lager.
Six Hondued Dozen more of the eel
brated "Mason" Fruit Jars, perfect and
simple adf.sealers, th bat in America
Just received and for sale at reduced
prices, at the Queensware House.
PApsoNs, Davis 4 Co.,
Jy22tf ' Nos. 6 and 7 Tenth St;
"The Best In Use." Ender's Stomach
ifou'want a 'goooT stove, o"r tinware
hollow-ware, copper or sheet-Iron ware,
tin roof, gutter, or anything in that Hue,
call on A. Fraser, Commercial avonuo
beteen Eleventh and TwMflh street,
where he has moved to, arj fitted, up the
large and most complete shop in
Particular attention givVn to sfoiiii
boat jyod mill WorV, copper utulthlmg
and sheet iron work1, such as chimneys,
breecher escaping steam-pipes, etc.
AaWaemeal for 1H80.
Notice la hereby given to all parties
concerned that the ofasessineut roll for
8tate and county taxes for the year 1869
Is kow.depoalted In the Couaty.Clerk1'8
office, w'here'the same may be'examlnod,
and all persons haviug complaints to
make may lay thorn before, jibe, Cqunty
Court to be holden at the Court House
on the first Monday In September next.,
feasor of Alexander County.
Aug. 7,' 1869 did. (Times'copy.)
Bitters! "Tho best
Clams and Lake Fish, at Louis
er's, 15 Ohio Levee. auglOwl
' faaatjr liuadajr Sobool lRveatlons.
Union county Sabbath School Conven
tion, August 31st and September 1st; Pu
laski eounty, Mepteaaber 2(X and 3) Alex
ander county, 7th and 8th, Professor
Qlllottof Jacksonville and Father Pax-
torr-of titr Lobis-are expeoted to attend
II .a -T 1 a t
inese convenuofMf-. rAPsF? in ve;
named counties please notice.' Jaflison
A regular conclave of Cairo Com-
manrlitpu 7r 1.1 twill ka IiaI.I nf
'the Asylum in the city of Cairo, this FrU
day evening, August 20th, 1880, at 8
o'olook. All sojourning knights are
courteously invited (o attend.
JAB. O. nBARDF.N, BCC'y.
i r. I ..
'thie to !theit promise, collected In force
last night, determined to rcsumo the
din of tho night before. Comings .becom
ing a4yied of ihelr purpose "capitulat
ed." Ho appeared among them with a
box of cigars in each hand, and the
boys yrentblTjln smoke. A youngster
'detalllhr tha circumstance to ub re
marked :-"And and not ary one of the
cigars was loaded 1
Ender's Chill Curtfdfever Falls.
Barrett's" is warranted.'
r - t " "TQ' . 1 1 I ST W i fit
for ! 2 ItrsVlfn4laa at
Two a'clach, P. ST.
(t.a, AnUron, Columbo. Win, White, P(iucnh.
Torrt IUci, H. Loult. lUn Aieord. Tciin ltlvrr.
QiT or Cairo, no Armada, EvtniTiiifl.
2Sf ABTp.Kxr. ;
Oen. Anderton. Columbui. W'm While. I"iduch.
Tom IU-ci, Cincinnati. Clljr,of Cairo, Memphis. A
Uon AccopJ, Itlanil 31
Cobb Webb, Tenn Hirer
Tbo weather is almost too warm to
talk abbut'anil we are compelled to pull
off our coat before commencing the ex
tra exertion of writing about It. On tec
ond thought, we wjll notaajran thing
about It, except, that the .mercury lin
gers lovingly around the figure 00 in all
thermometers lh the coolest shades,
whllo In ordinary shade It is several de
grees higher. ' j
Tim rltrava rf Ilia i rktT XMtna t a a at 1 1
falling. 1 1
The Ohio wstatloaary atPlttsburgand
Louisville with 23 Inches to the former
port, and 3 feet 8 Inches In tho canal at
Here the river has fallen five inches
since last report.
Business has not been so good.
The Armada brought out 07 ska wheat,
20 pkgs furniture and sundries for Cairo,
213 bags'wbeat for St! Louis, 8 hhds 'to
bacco. CO teas prod aeec and. sundries for
Tho Wm. While, Capt. Northern
leaves "as uitisljhUYh WsfWr J?adur.
ThTQuIckslepr CapV. 'Fowlerria the"
regular packet fSftSvaasrllle: (tall eve
Tho Marble City is the regular mail
packet for Memphis', to-day.
TTHJR HAL.B. CMBAJP Ntv CaUacB and three
P tou,rornerlcutao'i Hlatrnth trrtt.
rOR HAVK. 8oprlor wrapping paptr at the,
1? office nf the Evtulns'Ballatm.' dtf
UrAJtTEW. Tho.e dwlrin- board.
try day or
V week, can ! accommelae'
week, can x accommcnlafed at Mra.
comer of oetenth atreet and wathlnghiu arenue.
Terrna: ti 00 per week board j fj W) perweek
board :nd lodging. , . aiil") Im-
FOR MAl.r-- Two hundred head of beef ttrera,
S yeurt old and 'Upwarda,at Premier, Itollrnr
roucty, JIi., Jn Hoc condition for feeding Ihla f.dl.
Korparttetilar, addreae JmilKIiUr, Beuloh; Belli
rar county. Mlaa. anil Im
TTTAWTED Alexander County OriJera. at M cU.
W and City. Hcnp at ticmtnon tho dollar, for oil
kinda of LumUr and BulMera" Material!.'
UnlMlf T r iT? '.W,rl.IllOnSTON.
T)IVT ACTIOW BKACE-A aupertor .auipen
4 der foriktit or pasta an nntqaalled brace for
tbeahoulderai .waraajauapender ,a brace, or nor1
at plea.ura. ' ' - ' . ' .
yr tSM Csaalllatlaaal CesfesUtm.
W are suijtHjacaasnscs the JBsa., Vllllaa
J. Allen a a candidate for eaamlicrililp o (he Conifl.
tutloQal Contention from the Ftrti Repretenuilte
lliitrkt, compoJ of the countlct of rnlpn, Altian
der and PoUakl', aulject to the declaton of the.Dcmo
cratio party'. oul td
1 CADEMY OF THE SISTERS OF
Thla IaMlttaa t waa -aMlel in 1HS3,
aua i Bartered oy ibi aiaie oi
, llllaoto la IMS.
r r f cr r ilk
Board and Tuition, Including Uxl and bedding,
warning ua ( taiiuBry.rj leriuonre
Jlmlc, dancing, palntlncand the language, extra.
Kor furthur information an
MOTH KB hhPKKIOR!
1TtV flDVGTlY IK ,'
m. vnu vitaniAU ivxj
Strett and Ohio
!celelltered to all paitilpf tho city. AH orders from
ajroad prompfly fill
lUtaja for Tounj' Mcrt qn the iTntcreatlng relillon
of Bridegroom to llrlde, in, fhe )ntl(utlon o( jtfarriaf e
-u guide to matrimonial felicity, and true happineaa.
Bent by mall In aeoled letter en telopea freo6f charge.
phla.Pa. . " " 'mrsFdiw3m
State of Illlnoli, 1.. Alexander County, Circuit
Alexander Wunty.J Court,
la the matter of Klcholai Hunaaker va. Nicholan1
Public notice la herebr glren. that In nurtuanre of
a decretal order entered Iu the above entiled cauie, in
aald court, on the 14th day of July. A. 1. 1W9, 1, Johrv
Q, Harman, Mastarln Chancery foraald Court, will.
on the Uth day Qt8Wemt(cr, A, n lwo, at 2 o'clock'
latkaWMMosncr Mid day,
public auction, to the higueat bidder, for caab,
door o( Uie epjirt house jn tho city nf Cairo, In
lWtfrrn BUte olljunwi, inooi
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COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION.
JUS. X) R O
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'li'" Hr '
LEVEE, , I
QOVER'P HOTEL. ;
aUAUD TOWER, IXMBOIK. .
SAMUEL COVEB, PMOP'B.
OPN DAY AND NIQHT.
QAIRO AND PADUCAH
Tfce light dnuighl rascagcr Steamer
R. T. XonTHEn.NM..... Matr,
Will make rtculer DAII.T mil's itween Calm and
I'alucnh, leavinK Cairo eu-rr evening (Sundar ox
ceptcu) atflTeo elocK.
Th Whltocontiecu at I'adacah win ino ;or oneani
and Ohio railroa-l, and the Camtxrland and 7cnuntet
r errreiani or pan-age apriron oonrn.or to
tanJSrlll Cairn, lltlnola. .
RDINAMCE NO. 82.
An ordinance for tncloftlng and improrin fit Mirj'a
rark,pn the city of Cairo, and to prutlJo vrty
and meani to pay for the lamo.
Be It ordained br the Cltr, Council nf the City of
Tlialanspproprmtlonof throe thounand ilollara b
and 1 hereby nvvto for tho purpnxe of encloalnff ami
Improtlnij tiie ground. In it " nortVwut part of ald
crty, aad kwn wnl dmeribed in the recoriled plat
mervoi aari. marr i I'arn. uie appropriation ,w o-i
mal In bonds of tfa eity, frnrint inUreit from
at therateof tlx percent pernnniini.and to tieinaaed
in tho manner and form ax follow, vlat Ten bonda of
thedenonlnatloa or one hundred ilollara each, ana
payable flte yeara after daro; twenty bond of the de-
notnloatloq of tlfly dollara each, and payable tliroe
rears micr uaiei ruin irxy uonua or tne aenoiniw
Iob of twenty.fitrt dollarn each, and parable three
Tear onrr qaie.
Tho tetrre.t ehll beduand payable at the office of
the City Troaaarer, annually; aaif all bond pro tided
for by tbla ordinance hall ilato from the tlrardayef
HepWwiber, A. I). 1M. -The bond
nepM-atier, a. u. -Tae nona aoifanea uian na
nenotlabW, and after taaturttyaball to receUable by
the city ini
in eity in payment lor wxea, ncenr,imrrYfmenu,
aiieettnenU, and for any lndebt.lne dne to the
Citv of Cairo.
Anrn.Teil jlmr. li. laes.
JKO H, OlIEItLY, Mayor.
THE JETNA INSURANCE CO
IT'S PAST, t
MBy tkclr IVhIIs yo know theaa.1
Lotta Bald in Fifty Yean,
- IT'S PlESKaSTT,
The Host Saccftttifsi Fire Insurance Ce,
CAHirASSErw, . 95,2,532
aphero of broad mimtm benetolcnce. it la a rare and
uncommon etent for ono of thcie inttitutlona te
make in KIFTlFTIIannnal leport. and that a allf
factory one another of lify'a p
yotl aow that ahallyou reap,''
,Ufuliif-' and duty rtinftlxi ahaped aal, Jacoiured
oaljf by tho wealth and growth of our country,., ,
Losses Paid at Cairo by the .Etna:1
8,A'wJ.rt": k 7
C? tnnlnShJ1"'- M'X
r. r. Jaarhall.... m ajg u
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