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MONDAY EVENINGS AUGUST 30. 1869.
IJOHN H. OBERLY & CO
2J2 mms ;oir race-ax ex-
t Tu'drtfWft&BfitactliJiifc 6f Jidfdaiilpti6ulu
the net of tho Harvard crew going to
England rid tho cluimiHoil oursmoii of
America, und clmllonglng tho Oxford''!
i-ton contest. Ami thoro avoh noniothlng
of fcollrtrtllness In clcfcrinliiliig'lliri't con
test on tho very wiiteru that hud boon
tho scene of tho Oxfonld' rantiy victories
Tho Ilnrvards wmyboour charnjilon onrs
men, but wo do not know thut there aro
nottougli, hardened salts ut a half doon
of our seuports or on our lakes, who arc
Vth'clrHiuflorslutliih tikilf KhA c'lfdu-
ranco. ' 4 .
of national prldo was Involved has been
humbled. Tho Ilarvnrds we'ro beaten,
i)iullv.bcaten-tlie Oxfordi lviuling.tuoni.
In ivrun of foiir mIIch an(lta'fii'iftcr',i6ho
one hundred and Hu-vouty six feet: fhut J
It was n fair, clean defeat wo arc ogurl
pelcd,to acknowledge Tif ihjf MAt'ope
of our men was slightly indisposed, that
another was llllotl with bolls, that
the waters were strange, tho boat clumsy,
to excuso tho defeat Is unmanly almost
pqsilanlmous. Tho llarvurdt wcro bcaf
, cu and it becomes U8 to say aSr"
c Tills coiitost, trlvlnPIti itself and iti ro-
eult guly shoeing tliat Oxford has nro-i
' '. . . r V -i I 1 III
iucei lour mou- ucvper in ino aosiruso
koIcuco of rowing than America hus in
Uarvnrd yctlt excited auror'cscnrcoly
second to that occasioned by tho boastly
conflict between fc'ayres and Ifeeuau,
more intense than that which followed
the completion of tho Atlantic telegraph
or any achievement of science wo can
call to mind,
In Kew York theordluary rotlno of'fohsl
"Aittti wns disturbed throughoutlhe wholo
city, and thousands of excited persons
tfHthcred about the printing oflkea, giv
ing way to rapturous and tumultuous
outbursts of pleasure or muuifebtntionH
of tho deepest chagrin und disappoint
ment according to the varying tone of
tuodUpntches that chronicled the pro
gress of the race.
Wall street was mainly occupied with
tho race, and transactions were light,
while betting was active. A dispatch
announcing tho result was read at tho
second session of tho regular board, and
won quietly received, except by somo
enthusiastic fi lends of the JIavards, who
refused to believe It. Soon after, a rumor
was circulated, that ,tliu Harvard had
won, and there was much excitement,
A little later a forged dispatch wu
read announcing that the Oxfords bad
lost by three length. Tho excitement
that followed was like thut when tho
cupturuof itlchmond was announced.
Nine-ten tu of those presuutoheerud loud
and lustily, hat were swtmg till ruined,
omo of the younger members danced
with delight, and u few of tho heavy
votorun embraced Uku long uuperated
brothurd.' Tho soenu of confusion lasted
ioio time, and another like ittrausplred
Jlu'the gold room, tipeoulatlou was for
gotten, and anybody who doubted that
the llarvards had won was considered
insane. For tho period of a quarter of
an hour there was heavy betting, the
backers of tno Horvards freoly ottering
ten and twenty dollars to one, the
majority of the crowd looking with
astonishment upon tho mou rockless
enough to back the Oxfords oven at such
oddi. Ono bet of live thousand to
.Jlvhuiidred was made, ud, auqtbor of
Two 'thousand to one hundred. Small
bets, ranging from leu to two hundred
dollars wcro made at any odds tho Oxi
?rord backors might ovince a willlugness
When it was announced that tho last
dispatch was a forgery, and that tho Ox
fords had won tho raco by four lougths,
the disappointment, chagrin and disgust
of tho crowd became Intense. Tho Ox
fords victorious! Why It couldn't bo
possible. But the news was soon con
firmed by another dispatch uud tho most
chap-fallen set of men over seen iu Now
York wassoen right then and there.
Tho Oxfords had won! Tho fuel was uo
longer questionable; but that thoy
couldn't do It again, was tho qnlnlot of
everybody. Aud strongly impressed
with this Idea it was determined that
fSO.'OOO shonld bo raised to pay tho ox
peuetw of tho Oxford crow, to Amerluau
waters' where, of courso, tho Harvard
wbuldK'labn'eni'oul o' tholr boots!".
Whut ft'pedfllel " . '
Tho contributions, or rather .what is
felt of them, that were made in aid of the
Fenian movemont and tho proceeds of
the sales' of tho bonds of the Irish repub
jic,. amounting to somo $ 70,000, is now in
the hands of receivers appointed by
courts and is awaiting tho action of tho
New York legislature. Wlnit tho ehujo
contributions uncounted to and how they
Ter .-squandered will probably never bo
knpwj ;ltl8 thought that nearly r mil
ilioii.of dollars were raised.
A prominent citizen of Capo Girardeau
county by the namo of B. T. Coker,
was killed one day last weok by tho
kick of a mule, Tho 'Democracy' speaks
of him as a most Invaluublo citizen, pos
seting a finely cultivated mlud and con
THE FATHER OF WATERS.
Tho Cincinnati Commercial Justly re
marks that the Mississippi river and trlb
utarles all'ord an Inland navigation, of
more than 13,000. The region dr&f'riod'by
JtfJIvaters lb of unsurpaaded fertility and
productiveness, constituting, all things
considered, tho happiest and most deslr
ablo uboUo'for niaii that can' be fbund on
tho surface of tho oarth. Thlsgreatrlver,
upon which thero can bo no exclusive
rlghbimusffordver remain free! fttid Its
carrying capacity will for all time exceed
that of allJJuyaJlrodstbttt can bo built,,.
In no 'country have railroads beou
ablo to ,dp ah" , tho ' work,
oU'orcd them;f ituc)i, , .Jcas can
thoy expect to long control any consid
erable portion of tho heavy trado onlib
Mississippi valley.' Tn tho future, what
ever subsides or land or monoy Congress
inlerual lnfprovemeuts, must bo bestow
ed for the Improvement of the Missis
sippi an.ddt,trlbtitaTiw.I A I u & i f
HIE JIORmnLEOlToKlNQ PRO-
Tho advance of our civilization de
mands an abandonment of tho horrible,
sickening, bungling manner In vojrue
M cWyhig hitq ellupt death, jjena;-,
ty. Tho hauglng o? u criminal by the
nook untll'ho'chokoiito detith, as Is very
often tho case, Is most shocking ta con
template, and a disgrace to civilized hu
manity. As a prompt uud ofllcient life
Icaniedlclne' reoommonds the tourni
quet, which can bo constructed to securo
for tho criminal Instant uncons.clou8jieia
,inU.nfi.iii nA t...iA 'i;d
or pain. TM us have tho tourniquet, ona U1 eviaence oe.ng que
If not thatat W tho, guillotine. Tit to tbolrgallt, they were held, In tho
guillotine ouidfT3 a long ster, ahead l'm of 5300 eacU' l nilT G?
the marnh nf nm,u- i.ult
l..n.v,.W I)UUI1I nut
L'fttfi Mi.. iiUcninn r i,....i i.n.i,..)und In the possession
Tho editor of the Cape Girardeau 'Di, ;,yT? h ' xi ZulZ Z
mopm.i ni,iu , ,i. '..,.7. .7 'MIm Katie Morehead, fro
namo with that of his cotemporary
tho 'Argus.' Ho says ho does not desk?"!
to share In tho fruits growing out of "th,, It ,g ln the pOS,cisIon of otll
1llUreedingnd.vulgarltyof tbr'Argti'!8', , vl1lPhn ,,,,, for th
nuuji nun asas us to corroct ourrHtatf
ment that ho Is engaged In a nnrsono
controversy with him.
Ho says that h
Is engaged in discussing tho negro su
frago question, but the 'Anma' maherchv annolntcd sub committees to act
crawls lath mire and rwiU'lri ttio Mow,r.,r in f.nrl coramlttcelof arranse-
holo of language for terms of roproucment for our coming annlvprsary Sept
ami uenunciauon to nun at lllra In rq, iS69, aud who will pleaso report them
ply. And so It Is not a personal contrr.0ives tQ tho company meeting this eve
versy? Well, well. So be it. nlng at 7i o'clock, for Instructions viz:
" 0u RCCeptlon Vice President James
A youug man named Doc PJnksta Morris, Jame S. Bearden, N. L
was assassinated at his homo In Bemivvickjre, H. H. Caudee, V. Elsbach,
scot county, near New Madrid, a feD..M T pftrker, Geo.H. Gr jeley, Enid
nights ago, by a man named John LowTueobolll nnd n w Webb, 2'
Is.- Lewis, In company wlthanotho onMuslcT.J. Kerth, P. Parker
man and boy, approached Plnkstall' Elsbach. -I
residence under cover of. night, an Bauquot-PresIdent H.'Wlnter W.
made a nolso lutho vicinity thatarouser TT , . lt w (j-,i.i,.-PlnkstafT
from sleep. When ho passet Bohntter and V, . H. bam usky.
to tho yard to ascertain tho nature of th ,tP1alD!COT!at,oa7jVi:H' ;n'
.ii..,ri... t ....i, n,.i i i. Wldon, Harry Walker, M. V. Young,
charge entering his 16ft 'breast and' klll
Ing him In a few hours. Tho affair, It is
said, grow out of an old grudge. Lowls
had his preliminary examination aud
was committed for murder.
Near Newport, Wayuo county, Ind
iana, a week ago, an unknown man
haugod himself on tho farm of Howell
Grave. Tho man was six feet two inches
in height, and had a long scar over the,
left oye. In his pockot was a vial of laud
anum marked "David G. Enrich, Green
vlllo,- Ohio." He hung himself by a small
ropo about five feet in length, the upper
end (Iod around tho top rail of a stake-and-ridered
fence, and when the rope bo
come tight around his nook his knees
touched the ground.
During tho week endlug last Saturday
there wero shipped from Anna station
0S4 bbls. apples, 5,420 boxes peaobes, 1,872
boxes apples, 1,731 boxes tomatoes, 073
boxes sweot potatoos, 540 boxes peara,
1,500 boxes grapes, 72,000 grape boxes,
15,000 peach boxes.
How's that for.ui fruit growing couu
Harriet Beechor Stowe, in her recvut
Byronlo expose, nays that Lady Byron
lived twayoira, with hor husband after
sho had discovered his incestuous Inter-,
conrsojwlth bU sister.. It Is a clearly as-:
corUU aud) fact that Byron and his wife'
lived together only fourteou mouths, alii
toid! '"'.'J1; ' : ' A
In the small town of Cape Girardeau,
there aro four -weekly pupers, tho clrcu-'
latlou of wiilcli Is given as follows: 'Do
moojaoy,' j(omoorutio)j:64 copies;
Post,' (German radical) 330 copies;
News.' (netrrol 330: 'ArKiis.' fradical)
261. So, ufter all, tho Capo is not distin-'
gujsljed asa leadlugjcommunyrt '
Thomas E. A. Holcomb, of Cobden, Is
spoken of as n candidate for tho offlce of(
Miperlntondont of public schools in
Union" county: 'Mri'Holbbmb' la a ' gen-
tloman of culture, and would inako a
most efQolont school officer.
MJSCELLA XEO US ITEMS.
Boteldo, thdllglithl, was tho 'Sun' re
porter whb interviewed Hon. Geo. H.
Mllo Euphroslno Braatz rides tho vel
oclpedo on a tight-ropo nearly eighty
feet from, tho- tloqrJn.tlio Parb Hippod
rome. Watson wrote "Beautiful Snow," Mas
sett wrote ''Beautiful Itain." Who will
4Z jpf IBeSotlffll jllall.t' glSvcly
Lightning" aud "Georgeous Thunder?"1
Grant began hlsgreat farce of National ;
UovAiWont wltlf entirely now "ajl--polntmenW'
and hasslnco been adding1
extensively toliils "properlFes."
A 'yotlng man In' this stato has read
ono hundred and forty three dlmo novels
and Is as sauons when ho began. Ho is
"running" for the Idiot asylum, though,
r iftfolAlbany .'Exprws'J intltjiatfcs'th'at'
James Fiskjr., if is said, proposed to
Mr. Bamsey to settlotho Susquehanna
m'lfroftfiflll!lt!Ues'bypjaylng a game of
"soven up." more commonly known as
,HlcW..l,l( VI ,lu..
Bobcson and his Badlcal dead-beat
cliiims have taken themselves away
from Now York, and have gone to tho
loiiH where, so much-Juocrocy.does.
not dweir, and wliero" loyalty "nTeels""!
due reward. i i n .
A rich man who died recently n in."
dependence, Missouri, left ten dollars
each to his two gons, -:v.Uo aro work,g
on a farm nt twei'.y dollars a month,
aud the rest ol ids property, worth more
man nana mlillou of dollars, to a mar-
taken Herschaw In tow.
before qireBroM tbl.
Court to answer. Ilie. carpel sacK
6 Contained nothing but ladbes clothing,
n her Aunt
worth $50 or
Imanda." Tho clothing Is
i ..i-i... i... tt.-jLi
, , " 1L ".i-
haw iu Cin-
The following named gentlemen aro
- Honryl Lattnejand,., fcaWiyM JJflll'Ja
Durham bsef cflttlo and the
weight was 1,703 pounds. Theso mou
sters were grazed and fed on Mr. Young'H
farms, In, tho couutles of Kaylto aud
Jessamlue, Kentucky. ' "
Positively, ou tho 17 th of -November,
the Suez Canal In Its completed dim en
dons, its wholo extont, and its entire
depth of eight metres, will be opened for
all navigation. During the 17th 18th
10th and 20th, no ships dues will be lev
ied, but after tho Stat of Kovdmbor, lOfr.
per passenger, and lOfr. per ton for goods
will be charged.
The Viceroy of Egypt, who spends
the greater part of his time and money
lh Paris ami London, throws about the
latter Iu such quantities that uow and
then he Is sadly put to It for resources.
Durlug his recent sojourn at Eaux
Bonnes. In Franco his bill fur telegraph
(Jlspatcnesalouo was 22,000 francs.
Ho was acnus(ouiOtl tosondlug hisdoo
umentH to Cairo ly tlxo Mediterranean
Hue. On -private concerts given to him
-with huge, bands of musicians aud sing
ers, ho spent immense sums. A good
story is told of tho joke ho played on tho
many' wives ho has at homo, just before
his recent return to Cairo. He purchased
55,000 francs worth of false diamonds and
Jewelry.. and sent them Uowu to be dis
tributed to the, ladles of his harem, who
wllldoubtless take them forthe veritablo
magnificence, as they aro not connois
seurs Ju the value of that whloh glitters.
A female at
confessed tho other da;
ay that sho had kl
led within a few years two hundred aud
thirteen Infants: that sho nerfornied
.abortions for fifteen years past, aiHi mii
alw ays nau a .very large numoor or cus
tomers Tho namo of tho old Tiarridaii
Is Faorlf she is sixty 'years of ago. Some
time since hor own sou had tn threatou
that he woud shoot, her, in qrdar to" pre
vent lar from lilurdorlhg his "baby. Tho
liidy whodiscovered tho misdeeds of tho
old ubortlonlst had to ilea from tho neigh
borhood whore sho had boon living, 'inas
much as tho relatives of tho woman ou
wlvqni) abortjon had beou performed
threatened to kill her.j
Gov. Palmer has appointed Gon. Green
B. Baum to represent the Thirteenth
congressional district n the great com
mercial convention to be held iu Keo
kuk, ou the 7th of September.
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HavinroilTd to change my btiilnoM, W). 6ntjte
ocl:, embrsclDg atxut ,
KV GOOIM, STAPLE AND-PANCT i
" HAHIAVAKEi BOOTO AND SIIOKS ,
"CAttPETS, Olh CI.OT1IS1
' "! IIOSIEIIY AND NOTIONS,
auu flier7iiiiniie;jDiiM unny louml llTn well
t,vViu i4.Lli. .in., .vllf I. . ..i l i.i
Vil r4rlly tort will boioM IIoh- jfeir Voile
:lc prlcet ' J "
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Iho sbaut'SI,'400 worUj of harJwttre, locki",
bult, Krm-ficarjjr ovry.dol!ar'i wor tapIo
KtMjd, which I willcjoio out, u n lot, for iltly cent
on tlioJollar, cot price. ,
Tko Dry .Qoodn Department cmbrac a
Tory ln-avy jwr cent, of mullt, browu &ad Utuluii,
table linen, rnt, Iawok, mIIck, alpr ;a, woollen
So-i, oic, of gool nijlc, whih will bo oM ohp.
er tlmn crer Ilk'o goo.ls gwerc nolil in Cuiro bo.
1-tne.uxln all tin preclmly what ray. ihsra rc.
olvcJ upon a change ofbmlnctn, ami Intend to eilect
it peelily. TheRoodain MoreshaJIbo told; Ifnot
othcrwliti', then at hifetlon'.
P. Kit ILLY,
CORNER SIXTH ST. AND COMMERCIAL AVE'
aiie-x1: . i ' . , ; f . ; t r
f T- V
, ;pfficC9tmtirj7 PC ahonUt
Calrrf, AlpxanilcrCo., Ill;, Atnt M, 18C9.
day, tho 2.1 ami 3nl of September next, appllvauU for
tf iXhr t rortiflrfttf will lie rzamlniuf at Ilia Pnhlln
School building, corner of 13th and Walnut Ntreet.
County Hup't School.
Cor. Eleventh it ail WattUntctou Av
Alto, black veWut. walnut or italnod rLfllm niiul tn
or.lf r, at very low priccn.
Mr, follh perform hi own work, being n pract
cottin maker, and m therefort. able to veil cheaper tnan
Wholeialo aqd tgUll dealer Iu
1 WIIE B YSTAK ICE,
Oonur Ktghtkn Street and Ohio Levee.
... - . . f-rr- ,., t . , --f
Icp;dellterel to all rartt nf tho city. All order from
abroad promptly fllleifi ' apUOtonepl
11T AVrr.ll-i K'n 1 (tvl In .In nnAl I.a.,,.,
Y,.7?,,V "I"" f t. Tv rfltber, cornvr X;ilh
and Ohio I.uvce. nu!H llr
IT ANTKI. Thono deonni; tioard, by day or
? T wt't'K.caii no ucvoniiiioiiuicu at it. Keuman
corner of Koventh street aud Wnslilnytou aenue,
.villi. iu frr i's f iu UMi(ii; g vj nvrwovK
board and lodging. " ' ' - aul8 Im
FOK HALK - Two hundred head of beef Mirers,
& year old aud upward', at Prentice, llollvar
county. MIhs,, lutbw audition for fitllDg,iJiiifil.
i'drirtTculure,'niltircJ J. T. UEKRY, noulnli, lloil,
viir county, Mini. M (- , null lm
IOU HAIiK On nccount of whom It tiinycoiT.
1 corn, tho wreck of the ttehmer IouUlana, us lie
lowlicjtat tholurfattlro, III. . ,,, . , .
,flAYl 'rDVASTPAnKEIl, Afeelrf, '
Cairo, 111., Aur. 10. for Underwriter.
lOR BALE, ClIliAip-Now Cottao and thieo
lou,uriiiirliocukt ud 8lxtunth Mreel; r
nsrliltf - ' ultEKN GlMlKKT. Attv.a
Superior nipping paper at tho
pltlco of , tho Kvpulng 'liUU.mi.n
SAMUEIi COVER, PUOP'lt.
lO-OPEN DA Y AND mOHTy
asi34aWim ' ' '
OAKPEXTEK AXI 1UIILDFR
ui , i'EAItTinC,F7JI.,STJiEllT,.
rifcf wkEN popi.au n it f fr1 Xihi ft'A'shi xtitox
UeoSUf' - AVENUE . .
GROCERIES, jBOAT STORES, ETC
JOSEPH SWOUODA & BBOT1IER,
Cliojco Fauilly Urocuriiw, IJrovlsIoiiSf
liutlcr, I'otiltry, Vcitclilci,'
G-roon. tia X7vlocl 1Pi:..tm,
and all articles umially kept in a first-daw Family
Grocery. -rCuriiurof, Eij(h,lc,euUi aiul Poplar streets.
Inti-ndtnttto- neU'RT cheap M th cheapest, to keep
tho twit of sverytlilna. and to utvo sitllntiu-.tlon tu
ewrnanco,tlieyjiik n aliarcoj pttbllo parona;G
J'niiilly flrocorici). I'rovlHlotiN, Vok talilo,
i s iKtci r.tc.
"XliTM mpplrofraney Groceries. Canned' Fralt 4,
etc., alway oniiau I, Every tiling puro and frcah.
S. E.'coit.)OP WAhUINOTON Avi AND TENTI ST
ap3 tf ' '
JJwlijr, In rl(0':cr,ifvJUine,,Pl(er 'atl-, .Plater
- llit,Crrlenl '
In bulk, alway on Uiwd. ,Corner Eighth ttre et ria i
Ohio I.ovco, rniro tinnnis.
w not, ii s a r, e ii it o o e ic.
phodl'CI: and Co.irirftj?io'N
2Vt M XI O H A U T,
A'o. 10 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
Special attention gu en lo consignment and rill ns
"SIIYTII & ao.,
OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILLINOIS
SUGAltH, C0ITKKS, TEAS, SYRUL'S,
Molaiic, Tolincco, Cl(nr,
FIsIj, Caudles, WoodtMiwarc, Willow Ware
JXTmULm, OllH, FAdtSXtM,
VARNISHES, II RUSHES,
M'iiidow-GLtHH, Putty, Elutc,
Cement Plwtler-l'arti, Gunpowder
Oli! Ilye, Monntigitheln nnil UourbOB
Hod Iiondaud Sliot.
AUokeepi constantly nn hand a mot complete
SCOTCH AM) HUSH WHISKY, (JI.X
rort, Slmlelro. Hhrrrv ami Cntarli.
wo, or.:T rot
J. RIED $ CO'S CELEBRATED WIlhEL-
We sell excluslielv lor CASH. In uhtnti urn InvilAtKA
attention of oloto cu!)i buyer.
-w nmiiu fuivunun niu mi lining onier.
TILLIAAl W. TIIOBNTON,
Wholesale and llemil Dealer in
Cttmr PU, Uoors, Maah, Ulluda aud Win
;Ofllc4) ou Tenth Ntrcct,
Between Commercial U'I .WmMhk1 .Anu,
Roek River 1'aytr Company' Sheathing Felt
' AkU .
II. W. John's Iiiijirovcd IlooflB
Abeto Ceuient alway ou hand
In large or small quantities,
gAINT OHAKLES HOTEL,
THE ST. C1IAKLKS HOTEL,
The only FIRST-CLASS HOTEL in Cairo
Is now in (lwii)ot uuunceutionublo order for guest
Tlio pant Hummer.
Tovxxiw, &a OO Por X3y
Unggnge Cnriled to mid from the Hotel
free of Cliurge.
Day Hoard, Twenty-Five Dollars per month
JKWETT WILCOX A CO., i
"11TANTI0U Alexander Couuiy Orderi"."al W ct.
,fT Md Citybcnp at S5 cent on the dollar, fox aU
kind of Lumber and Builder' Materia). ' v I
UnlMIr UV ip rlinilVrnv'
W. w THOBNTON,