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OFFICE: No. 13 Tenth Stroot, Thornton's Building
FRIDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER 17. 1S69.
JOHN' H. OBERLY &;CO
A ItallronU Project in vvlilcb Cairo 1h In-
Tlie'Vlcksbtlrg and Oronaila' railroad,
a project which 1h onllHtlrjjr tho support
and encouragement of tho best and
wealthiest citizens of Mississippi, is one
In which Cairo is deeply interested. At
Grenada It will form connection with
the'Meuiphlsand Neiv Orleahbhnd. and
through tho connection! of that rond
lpen up,very. 'desirable (Communication
with Cairo, and through Cairo -,wlth tho
whole North'und Northeast. v
Tho proposed road traverses tho 'fa
mous Yazoo valley one of tlio most' pro
ductive regions of tho 8outli,"nnd ,a Re
gion aadly luMiet'd of incans of commu
nication with the outsfdd world. .
Tho time may nover conio' whet) tbpre
wIU not he ah uotlvo InU'roliange of tho
goods and commodities 'of tho 'North 'and
(south Cairo, standing as tho very gate
way to the North, must share In the
fruits growing out of it, In any evout;
and by a proper effort gn thu part of our
merchants iriHy 'become u' source of sup
ply for the very suction of country run do
accessible to us by the completion of the
proposed railroad. That tho people of
that section boMCairqin high esteem,
wo have (lie most positive assurance,
and that wo do not already enjoy a con
siderable trade with the country around
and about Vlcksbnrj,', Is becausu wo huvo
never liavo made nn ellbrt to obtain it,
or informed thu people there of whut
wo are prepared to do. The tvinppr of
the people there toward Cairo is indicat
ed by tho following extract, which wo
take, from a putdished speech of .Harper
I. Hunt, Esrji, a prominent citizen of
Mississippi, who Is luboring most ener
getically for the success of thu project
wo havu under consideration. Mr. Hunt
said: "Cairo has now about 15,000 -Inhabitants,
noted for liberality, hospitali
ty and public enterprise, which I.i ovl
dunccd by the'r having built, and pro
tected from overflow, u city containing
tho number of inhabitants It does, upon
ground fifteen feet fjU' below the Hood
tides of the Ohio and Mississippi rivers."
Aside from tho direct Interest which
Cairo lias lu thu complotlon of this road,
the project claims our countenance as
. another link In that web of roads that is
to stand ns the perfection of thu com
mercial system of tho .Mississippi valley.
To that end the country Is looking with
high anticipations; and in tho general
thrift aud prosperity consequent, Cairo
muit, to suy the least, partake with tho
balan :e. .
Tho Augusta (Ga.) 'Constitutionalist'
states that tbo negroes as a general thing
in Goorgia havo abandoned tho madness
of political strife and gone (o work with
commendable Industry and cheorfulnas.
Tills excellent chango on their part has
wot, with s cordial response. -Tho same
paper adds: "Had it not been for tho
drought employers and employed would
have bad a most comfortublo provision
laid aside for Christina, aud oven as
times go there will bo many a planter
whoso purse will bo wojl filled this win
ter, and thousands of Georgia nog rocs
who will be ablo next reason to buy
mules, land; buggies and whatovor cash
Hou. A. J. Royco, of Cincinnati, here
tofore a prominent radical, in a commu
nication to tho Clnclnuutl 'Enquirer,
gays: "I haye severed myself from tho
republican party, beeauuo It is an organ
ized hypocrisy, a shuffling dissimula
tion, a fraud, a delusion, aud a snare, a
combination of grasping fanatics, fatten
ing on th vitals of the woalth-producers
and wealth-distributors of the country."
It Is evldont that Mr. Itoyce, during his
connection with the radical party, kopt
hlsoyca about him
Tou negroes have boeu arrested , in
Clark county Miss, ,for hunting a man
named Plttard to death, drlyhig him In
to cidekasahay river ad shooting him
in tho head whllo, swimming. He bad
had a quarrel with a nogro a few days
beforo.Wd slightly wounded jiltri with
a kulfe. nA warrant Ihad been placed In
tho hands of 'proper. offlcer for his ;ar
reat, but this abt was a volunteer afTalr
of theirs, 1 though onpouraged by one
Barker, Mayor of Bhubuta, to whom they
roportod after tho transaction.
Tho Now Albany 'Argus' quotes tho
following from an bxohonge : j
"Whou Lucius Falrchild was uomlim
ted for" Governor of Wisconsin by tho
radicals, two years ago, ho was compell
ed to glvo Mollie Nowcomb, tbo poor
little daughter of a Mtullsou butoher,
Whom ho had sedueed, 3,000 hush
mouey. Lucius Is a poor, man, and tho
Governor's salray is only $1,200 a year.
Where does ho get his monoy ? Will the
radical oentraloommltteo toll?'
' Isham G. Harris Isspokon of as a can
dldatb for United States Senator from
Tennoseee- Vby. not talk of tho gho3t
of tho lato John Bell?
THE WHEREFORE, r rt in
Tho vote upon tho railroad amondmont,
which",' according o n Iatoclrcular from
the Secretary of Stato, was to havo beom
thrown in November next,, Is postponed
until November, 1870. ' uL
Tho act of the legislature submitting It
to.tho peoplo, says that.lt .."shall be sub-
Tnltlod to tho electors df thliTStato'at tlio
next general election for representatives
to tho noxt general assembly of tbo State;
of Illinois." The approaching election
bolng for county officers (and delegates,
to the constitutional convention,) tho,
amendment cannot, legally, he voted
upon. The Secretary's iguoranco of ""tile
law is Inexcusable. ' '
- ( .
At Amsterdam, diamond cutting Is a
speciality,! and glve 'employtnottl I'to
Chicago is angry on account, of. tho
high pf ltfo of coalj b'tlt Uncertain ' wlio' to
blame for It.
Lowell, Massachusetts, slnco New
Year's Day, haa , had sixteen k6Ulcldo
cases, chiefly of young girls.
A French expedition Is'to go to the'
Mediterranean to obsorvu the moteorlo
showers in November.
Bellows Kails, Vermont, is to havo an
annual convention ofscylheuathoma
At Lcaguo there Is to bo a shooting
match this month, In which 30,000 Bui
gain sharpshooters tane part.
London has uu active cruelty to ani
mals Prevention Society.' '"Last year it
brought 1,200 persons before tho court.
Kossuth has made another revolution
with tho whirligig' of I'lme'.' He announ
ces a fresh insurrection.
Governor Muggravo of British Colum
bia, Is roportcd to be about to many a
daughter of Cyrus W. Field.
Miss. Adclaldo Phillips was so effected
by her father's sickness that she threw up
a three years' engagement.
Tho Russian Princess Suwaroir has
been the leading gambler at Baden-Baden,
hut she proposes to swear off.
An Englishman is anxious to explore
Mount Ararat so that ho may bring
home tho ark to the British Museum.
Three children at a birth aro announc
ed at Hydo Park N. Y., tho fortunate
lady being the wlfo of tho Kov. Van
France bos a bootblack aged 40, who
plies bis trade in front of the palace, and
claims to belong to one of the nobleet
Three hundred and five thousand Un
ion soldiers will be interred In various
national, cemeteries yvhen they aro com
pleted. Tho London 'Lancet' writes :"llw waist
of tho period," aud nays its "old friend,
tight lacing, has again made its" ap
pears New York contemporary says:
"There are only two kinds of buildings
being erected lu this city tenement
houses and palaces. ,
Although a number of promlnont per
sons are known to adhere" to the belief
that tho Virginia Legislature may, at
1U dlacrotlou, elect Senators of tho Uni
ted Rtatea unon Its organization for the
ratification of the Fiftconth amendment
in accordance with bo Attorney Geuor
Ktlllitls learned that the
majority ol the member of the Legisla
ture elect aro opposed for prudential rea
sons to ansumluu any other fuuctlons be
yond thoso.cousequent upon ratification
of tho Constitutional amenutnem. xn
ntiior wnnlH thev believe In adherlnst
Btrlotly to tho very letter of the law.
Hniidinni nni)ora aro not aitoBUbecl
that tho aqnual "skluned njgger"vwhich.
the Northorn ramcais goi up uouy tu
tion time has duly mado bis appearance
and used for electioneering effect, seve
ral important State elections bolng close
A FA KM KB kl&H BiailTY-SETKJJ
RATrXKNXAKICB AT OBJKKII.MWG.t'
Some tttroo weeks sgo a farmer riaoed
McCoy, who lives near Mound City, In
Nodoway couut.'.watlrldlng about In a
largo ltatprairlebottomr near tbo Platte
"river, looking for a good field of grass
where ho could cut hay. Tbo river was
high and out of:its banksI'-The bottom
was covered with from six to teuinohes
of water for four or tlyo miles In every
direotlon. As ho, wa quietly riding
along thtough tho grass that roso out of
the water, be suddenly came upon a
small mound, elevated a few fet above
tho otherwise level water covered plain1,
and on ths were snakes innumerable
thlcJc aa thloves. Ho took bis stirrup
from the saddle, went to work on them,
aud did not stop till ho, elew xtpMy-acvcn
of the reptiles. They were what are
known as pralrjo rattlesnakes, and pbout
two feet loug, mauy of them woarlng
sovon or eight rattles. They were of
course driven to tho mound by tho rising
of tbo wftter, that element not being
congenial. Mr. MqCoy faoetlouslygve
the additional Information that "It was
not a good day for snakes." Weoan lm
magiuehe had a rattling time of It.
St. Joseph Iferatd, Styt' Wh,
Mr. Seward says tho coast lino of
Alaska and its Islands is 20,000 miles In
extent, while that of tho rest of tho
United States l'bufc 10,000. Tho area of
tho former is 577,000 square miles. Quto
aailco littlo farm.
Dr. Aycr, of, pectoral fatpe, boa-a clear
field InTJontwolPs distrlcta's thVropub-
llcan nomlneo for Congress.
Oft inCi i rCouiTivLLii, )
Cnito. f-otiU-mbcr UoO.
Kclel rropos.ils wilt b recotltl at (hi dIIIpo until
iay, fontcmui-r ri,
wide, ami nnnf to bo out eighteen fvet lun!. (Uan-
Htl Nl'l MIKI1 tv .v VI ,111 1.1 KUIII VIIKV)
jialil for lu orJom un the City Trwiuror ut par.
Itlltl't rarri-l to vyKt ay or nlt'b'lils.
jiclC.lt(t . O 1'. f.YUN. City Comptroll-',.
A If iuiiIxiiiic Inilttrcturiit.
,'Kvry .irvr'wlio.iintfc.l W trvtlio v(xuCiOEN-
Tt'ltV" TuMtcalion C , ai charllon. H. C, wirt,
iiinnucrnrnKaiin mr oni! jrar, onu a ropyoi
tlisr of tho Wnvtrly NocU or work ofCliarlts
I)lckn that may be lMinat?l Ppooimon mmW
vrrthirrmiutn list, S cents (l'X,
The ' XIX CEMl'HV" l'uUMjatipn U. ,atehArl-i
toh.lmobeenifo iwffcfcfUl In tlWrirV(rmi?rpdo
thaltiioy ut Uiitributmg huixircUa ofi.hoicc atAoJ.trd'
works I Ituh to th piin(ira of the magaaine. Auk
for Hut W. II, Itookw-I" 4 Co.'n. el5lt
OTICE TO CONTBACTOBSr
rkIel rronOMtia Will lm rocoiiul bir int.. iJ mv of.
fie. In the city of Cairo. Ilia., unlH i o'clook m.,on
Friday, 21th int., for clearini tho tlintr olf Uin new
roait.juat hiirot., betni-tn what la knoun aa the
I'ott'n rotul aiiH JtHrrtonMartln' fumi.ont and three
buartcrt miles, more or ie. Alt tre twrlvo lnch
orlctlniHamitertoteetit lerrl vith the Kround,
and remoTinJ ts ft from thieentTof all roni.
Aa payment f"r the armvowork will bo mado in
county orden, bidJra will covem them-elroa iw?.
i Tdingly. . j i r ,1
Tho County Coarrlefvh', riiht to relMtalt
bul. J a, LYNCH,
el.'ltd County Clerk.
gHERIPF'S HALE. "
Ily Virtuo of an execution to mo dlrwti d by the
Clerk of tho Circuit Cuurt of Alexinder coumr, In
thoSlatoof llllnnli. In Uvorof Julii llautngard and
againat itatiMa Ilaiimgnnl. I have levied upon thu
followins deocriboU crotrlr. to-oil : Tho southeast
of the northwett quarter and thn aontlmcst quarterof
eciiou nuinucrvo ntr, in inwniniiuTuoreii ien"
ten, rango Iho went, in AloxasdT county, Illinois,
the property of aaul Matilda llaiitnjrar.l, which f
thallorlcrat puhliiiaalo at tho eUrlr door of tho
eourihoov, IntVilro, Illlnola,on tho UUitUy or (Jo.
tobtr, Ai D. IMS, btnen the liourJofnino o'clack.
a.m., and lUntet of raid day, forcanh, to aatltfy iild
Dated at Cairo, Illinois, S-p(.'mt-?r :4th. 1a0.
lAJL'lS II. MVKItS,
aeliltw fiherlfTof Alexander county. Illinol.
WAS CKI-AOENTSlo ell a UioniURhly good
domwtlo article., wnntod In ex r famllr. Kx-
cIikIto urrltory given. Uuilneta ptpanant and re
pectable. One agent sold 3t0 In one amall town : one,
tuuoinnu'nwnj one, 33 In calling oo 33 fomllleai
anouier, w peruar roruayainaucretion.iinonwnirti
ne niKio t.j pern , nun Biiwnuo wiuaiiriu wen
fend forrlrcular. LI fTI.EKIKM) i IMMK,
e5ww IW WathlnKton Iloiton, Matt.
HE GERMAN BCHOOIj.
I'liOF. M. WIltSClIlNC., I'KIXCIPAL.
Thla wcll.psubllshed Initilution has entered upa
Iti a Ixth year nuder the most AMtcrim; auspices.
The prlnein.il, l'rof. Wlrschlng. la a thorough Oer
nun and Knijlidh ieholar, and an experienced edu.
rator. Pupils therefore ran havo excellent inatrue
tiou In both i!i Gorii.im ,anJ j:o(illh lanruaxts.
Tuition very low? ,r ' ' - " - '
1'upila may bi entered at any time .
He.lember ll.lKra. lm
CARFE.NTF.K AM) HUILDEH
rtEAR TWEhFUI STREF.T,
BKTWEKN POPLAk STRKBT AND WASHINGTON
Ttom Iiondoa nnrlcrlv Btevlrw,
The Kdinnbarir lie lew ,
The WetluilttlMlor Ilevlew,
Tke North Hrlllsb Mevletv,
RUcltHood'a Edlubiirg XhksIui).
'ThereprinUof th Uadlng Quariciltvs and Black
wood are now IndUnemaUe to all who deilro to keep
themselves fully Informed with regard to tho K'tat
subject of lb day a? viewed by iho boat acholara
and aoundett thinker In Great Hrltain. The contri
butor lo ih pitgon of heaq Kovlcw ire tiit'il who
Hand at tho head of tho list of EnslUh writer on
Sclenou, Ileligion, Art and Oencrul Lilerotiire, and
wliateterl wvrthy of Uixiusaion tlnd atuiiiiiun In
thstuu;ea of theeKeviewa and JllaekwooI, Too va
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Hlackwocd and any threo Iteviewi...,...; U 00
Rloekwooil and the four Revlow?...-..,..... . i ou
A discount of twenty per rent, will ho allowed (o
clulsj of foiir or more peraoua., TIiuh, four copies ol
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Bubsfribcra hquM,P"'pay by the nuartci. ft.t ho'
offlco of deliver)'' Tne potge to afiv part, df.tlie
United State Itwo xt a number. Till ratot'only
applies to current mbscriptloni. For back number
thu postage is double.
Term to Sew NulwcrlberK.
Now Hiibcrlber to any two of tho nbuvo porlod.
oal for leiK will bo entitled to recei v, KnUls, any ono
of tho four Beviewi for 18'' JAew'aubsurIlrs to nil
tlvo of tho periodicals for I8j may receive, gratia,
Ulivckwood or auy to of tho four Itoview for IHW,
6ubcriuor may, ly applyiiiK early, obtain back
aotH of tha ltcvlcwafrom January, 18(13, to Decemlivr,
X&i-JS, and of Illackwood'a M.i , miiio from Jn uary,
iBuU to )oeiutyr, V, a' iwlMho putrunt siitwcriji
llon price. ' . ,.
utr Neither premium to aubscribcrs, nordUcount
tnclulw, nor reduced prices for Uwk inunbors, can bo
allomid, unlo tho. tiMiiey u remitted direct, to the
I pUUllaner. IHO piCHHUIII. villi uu if uu ,y VIUIW,
L Thf sjeonr Nol FuklUhlnv Co,
1 1U Kulton reet, New York.
I Tho L U rUH. CO. also publish he
F IKIK H'H, BtDK, ,
hy Henry Stephena, of Edloeburg, and Iho late J,
Si Hon, of Tain Colieire. a vol-, royal oetaro,!.
piKtw, and numerous, engravings. Prlcp, IT 00
Ino lw.- vol. by mall, post paid.
far, Hoptcmbi-r 22.1 Mi. for fiinillilnR rtak
ami jioplar Iillnbcr. to bo luulftr repairing oily oldo-
i I, , 1. ... it i TJtTV - Tl. 1.... i .. m
EW CLOTHING I
33x7- oi-Iy tlx A jul' sKSTi rosh
. b.uu;.u ' tpp,j Tinv' pk6pm:'p
- 9 9 t
Havltitfeloieaont their old nloc'k. of'Clotblui, hdro'
Lurgc and SplciulUlStock..
Whi.1. cmteM oTcry Jfif, d o;, . , r
' FAalifoiKiltlc ticntU'i'ienN Wear,
Ami such m Is pultedjonll cJaiex. wrrr
Thoy would alc especial tttcnt'on to their ajfi'ly (of
thfh''"'5 '""tvi-11!"'" narUt HUo lo
Whmh cmbrpcg&ll itylo. of .qotlif, Uummeri,
Tweodi. etfrom whfchMhl ymarmfai litre
tXOTIIINU TO OKDCtt,
In tho lcat manner, atwt -atrictly fiuhlotnble. Their
f lotk of
U very complete, Including many nnrcltica never l)ov
fore brought to thla market.
TltfS'KS, .EV'KItr STYLK, , VALIiliJ,-. t AIIPET
Atrured of their nbllitr to acll imoda from their ntvr
Mock, cheaper than.pitT.bcforethoy. iiAy on adlc
'criminating public to extend them tho patron.iso they
rASTED-Alexander County Ordera, at -SO rla.
yV and City Scrip atttccnUon the dollar, for all
klndi of Lumber and Ilulldcra' Malerml.
HUilll yj . 1 . 1IIUU.1U.1
"rAXri:iThoo detinue board, bv day or
I i wiTK) cnu Li" nrcommnaan"! ai .irs. i.umaa a
corner of riovcnlh atrcet and," Washington nveniie.
Terms! ?i i) cr week board; 37 OJ per neck
board and lodging. ', aulS Ini
.1)OAHITMO. Four Rontltmen ran get day lonrd
, 1 1 inn pri vain
.west of Walnut.
in n rrl vain family, at 51 Ninth atroet, third door
JItOF. ED. WITT'IG,
uimo's STitnio ai bkass'jiam)
Cau accommodate thn publlo'wlth the let mttala
for concerts, bill, pitrtivj, parade, and serenade,
on thort notice.
Ioona civen nn every Instrument.
Itoaidenco on Wai)dn(ton nrcnue, bftwecti, Fourth
and Fifth atrect. Cairo, Illinois.
N. II. Mulo for balls, etc., furnished, from ono to
elf ht men. aeisdtf
ILLIAM W. T1IOUNTON,
Whleal and UeUll Dealer in
j u 3X3. bor, iSIiizicloa,
Cottar Pot, Uoors, Hush; minds and Win
;O01ce on Tcu th Street,.
Between Commerutal and' ' Washington Avenues,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS I
I T ITTTV! H MM
'. i .in j '. i . '
Rock River Paper .Company1 ' Sheathing Ftlt
.r- ..i w,riii ,..
H. Vf, Joliri'rt IronroTCtl ItOAflag )
i i anot- i ri
Aabtttos Cement alwaya on hand
.. i ' ',
In large or small quautitiei.
BLACKBUlfElJN lyEBdlTY, "
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1st. ACADElKC English and Classical. . i
3.1. COLLKGIATB Four Year.
4th, COLLKOUTB ANU THK9L00iqAL-;it
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New and costly building: have recently been erect
ed, with ailmlrabla aacouimodalious for a larue nmn-Ix-rof
itiidcnts. Hoard in tho College Uoaniinft Hall
AT THUEE DOLLARS A WEEK.
Tho entire expenso for Tuition, Hoard, ltoom Bent,
Fuel, etc, doe not exceed
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Ptirsue tho samo courses of study with tho youm
men anil win reoeiTe tno s.nno aegree wnen muy
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Tie ony FIRST-CLASS HOTEL in Cairc
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- - ILI.INOIN.
TIiIh Inntltutlou tiim romiileil III 103.
linn uimrlrrrtl by 'lie H title or
lllluoiM In lhO.T.
Uoaril and Tuition. Inclndlngbotlimd lieddin
wahlng aud atatlontry, per term of the
month m MOT
Mule, dancing, paintlntf and tho biiauagci, extra. .
ror mriner imormaiion nppiv io me
tmgl-dam MOTHEIt 8UPEWOB,
8I0X AM) OK.V.MENTAL I'.UXTEK,
Hliop In thn tiu'i'ment of thn Ity National Dtak
iiiiiniing, on uiuo L.OTIC,
' Cairo, Illixiois.
AIRO BROOM MANUFACTORY.
W. FM'KKK & UIIOTHKK,
Having perfectol their arrangement for the mnnufoc
ture of llroom In tills city, .are ,now prepared to fll
orders at M
As the samo qualities of brooms can lc purchased aa-
Order left at the loro of C. I). Williamson, 68 0hl9
Ive, or at tha
Msmariictory,K(ur(eentU ntrcct, beUvcrn
Walnut aud Cedar,
Will bo promptly attended to.
Order by mall should tio addressed to
W.P. M'KEE nno.,
r. U. Mux 431.
Beplltr Cairo, Illinois.
OR EASTFORT AND WATERLOO
RUUUI.AU TIirjIlSIlAV PACKET.
,tirJi Tho llchtilraiinht steamer AT.PII A.
f-TWknwQ T. O. ItVMAN, Master, W. E. UVEItS,
Uurk, Hitrieavo for tho uboru and all tntermodiatn
TENNEPflE HIVEIt, EVERY THt'ltdPAT EVEN"
Tho Alphaconnocts closely at Danville with train
for Clarksvllle, Howling (keen aud Louisville, and
at Johnaonvilla with trains for Nashville.
IUturnlng alio oounecu ut Cairo with aleaniers and
tratus for all points. nuiotf
QAIUO AND PADUCAI1 i
23 sully Xn,oxK.ot.
The tight draught'' passenger Bleasicr
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Wil. make reHdlerVDAILr.Tltll betyin,CaIro and
Paducah, leavfci Cairo :e very "evening (Sundays ex
cepted) at flveoVlock. j-w-v.. '
and Ohio rallroul, and tho Cumberland auiLTenueane
' Far freight or passago applv on board, or to
r if. J. HUOKLbr.Altent,
looiSdU Cnlro, Illinol.
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