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TABER
BROTHERS,
OtHco, DviUottn. 33u.U.dl!r. Csraaor Svroltt)x Otroot avad WaBa.l&(rt9& Ji.r-.nuo.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SIT VDAY, DECEMBER u 1 874.
VOL. 6.
NO. 308.
.!lHU'.l!..l-HHVW!
mm
MANUFACTURING
JUL US
IllKALItM IK
WATCHMAKERS' TOOLS
AND MATERIALS.
New Work
JlADKTOOItUKIt.
All kinds of
REPAIRING
Dona with nuatucas and despatch,
No. 128
Jomnicrcial Avenue, Cairo, HI
No. 26
tfain Street, Contralia, 111
Solid Silver Ton Sett,
riutcil Ton KettH.
American "Watches,
tulisli Watches.
NwIsh Watches.
II .lowvlry.
Silver Jewelry.
Plated Jewelry.
ItillgN.
Hrcast Fins.
Silver llul ton.
SlinlN.
CliariiiN.
Opcrii Chains.
lVuteh haliis.
We nuuinrhirtHie .Jewelry to ordr of any
desired Hyh" or pattern.
Diir wnrk.liop is one of the iuot com
plete lit lli- West, unci .nr workmen are
thoiouxh, rnrh III lit line.
We feel infldent of our alilllty t'r
out work cnnl In ciery rcpcit lo that made
hy tlie prominent mimifoctureii In New
Tork, Chlciijro, M Loul.s or Cincinnati
Our machinery In the Intel and ino.t n
pioicd illrrii and our tool have ltn care
fully teleetcd, many of them hai InR hecn
made In our own flioji for the purpose of
luaiiurartnrlnjt imlnuepattcnia of Jrwtlry
Our facllllleM therefore for the manufacture
mul icpalr of K0,', 1,1 f,,ir "ne ""' lm
rxcellcd, and we can turn out work on the
horlcit nntlre
We cordially Invite the ).nlille lo roll
and examine our "tork at well as In Inn-eel
ouv workiihop which Is open during hul
renliniim, as It will afford u jiIchmiic In
explain to any ami all fallen the noTeltlcl
and Intricaclca of Jewelry manufacture,
We are selling goods
lower than the lowest.
and cheat) er than the
cheapest.
rfJfow U the time to niakc nelectlona
for the. Holldayi, which ale close upoiHU,
..ml for which nil liavo made pvoUlon by
u.Wlufc lo our utock Ink cklloin of i.iw
wild at) Hill putliuin,
Taber Bros
IIIU'l(llKT.S.
BARCLAY
Wholomlo
DRUGGISTS
AMI
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS.
JOBBERS AND
PATENT MEDICINES.
DRUGGISTS' FANCY GOODS.
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL,
BRUSHES, SOAPS,
TUBE COLORS,
CIIEMICALS,
VARNISHES,
'Y7"i: MlMl cone indcure and order" from Druijrhts
V or iojol, In nur linr .Striiintxiut. l'l.mtatiou aud 1'
Clint with reliable. J tiij ot rcmoiuiMe ratea
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, ) CAIRO
74 unto Levee. I
itr.ii, kuiti; Air.T.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
Real Estate Agents
AUCTIONEERS,
7L OXXXO Xj32X7-I3a3.
(iccond Floor,)
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
3I'V mul wll nsd elate, Kiy tue, fnnil-li
ts of title
EJ-ljnd (ommlsloncrs.
JOIIN Q. HARMAN & CO.
Real Estate
AMI
COLLECTORS, j
CONVEYANCERS, NOTARIES TUBLIC
AM)
Land Amenta of the Illinois Central and
llurlinirton ana uuincy . ji.
Companies,
North Cor, Sixth and Ohio Lovco,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Miiniii m: Ai.r.iis-
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Whoteale hih llclail DniUis In
PoroiffU nnd Dosnostic
LIQUORS
WINKS F XttJ KKIW.
No. 60 Ohio Lovoc,
CAIRO, ILLS.
kU.auilKlfueria-elal altenlluii lull- liolnU
lulicn 01 mu miamvaa
IIOTI'.I.S.
ST. NICHOLAS
Hotel and Restaurant
No. 122
COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Two doors uoilh of the Cairo and Ylucinnes
' rollt-fttiil llltnt
WM. WETZEL, Proprietor.
A TRUSTY watch kept' nllit.ind liny
for
ti-uliH and nliiimboiita
Tim l.,Mir lircommndnt nli1 fur Immkul
gleVU id i'W'i Dollni1' l'
BROS
anil Bet nil
-
RETAILERS OF
-AMU-
TOILET AU.TICLES,
COLLIER WHITE LEAD,
WINDOW GLAOH,
COLOHS. OILS,
DYE STUFFS.
PERFUMERY.
ETC., ETC.
I'hvslclsns and 1,'rneral Stores in want
sinily Medirluc Cases fiirnl"hcd or le-
RETAIL & PRESCRIPTION
WaBhiriKto Av Cor. 8Ul St.
! .Misri:Lr.AXi:tn-.H.
j JACOB WALTER,
i BUTCHER
Dealer in Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Between Washington and Commercial
Avonuca, adjoining- Ilanny'a.
Kl,i:P mr Mil.- the U -t Ilnf. Pork, Mutton
Vral, Liiiih. ."-MUMij.'!', .Vi: . and l l'iv
ianl 1, -erie hmllle in an urreptnlile inaiun r
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET
CO
-Healer In
LTTIMIIBEjR,
(All kliuli, hard nnd cufl,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &o.
Mill and Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Stroot aud
Ohio Lovco.
DANIEL LAMPERT,
Fashionablo Barber
EIGHTH STREET.
Butwocn WashtuKton and CoratUBrcial
Avoimea,
E. MAXWELL Sc. CO.,
De.ilin In
RAILWAY MACHINERY nnd BURNING
tjtsoiLS-r
No. CIO North Main Stroot,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
53-N. B.-CS
AGENTS FOR FRENCH PLUMBAGO OILS,
riWI'I.Y Hlll'tKl.
VALENTINE
Stonmbont, Hotol
RESCH,
nnd Family
SUPPLY DEPOT
AND PCAI.UII IN
Groceries, Vegetables, Gamo,
TOULTIIY,
Fish, Eggs, Northern Butter, &c.
Eighth Stroot,
Botwoon WaalilnKton and Oommorolal
AvonueH,
0;Uool iKlhcwl fuVof chargn,
mill 41 1 i v 4 1 11
A TWIN'S TRIBULATIONS
In form and fin lure, face and llmh.
I Krcw no like my lirother,
31inirolli)!Ot lakhiK tnefor him,
And each for one annilier.
II jiutrlnl nil of our kith nnd kill.
It lMi lii'l b fearful pitrlu
Knr one of u M liorn a Iwln.
And not it toil! kln:r Mlilrfi
()ued.iy, l'i make the nwlierwom',
Ili fore our )iame( were llxeil.
And e were Iwlnif Wiulu.t Vy nure,
We icol rmiilettlr iuUhIi
And Ihiu, yoa itv, by Mr' deerr,-,
Or rather iur' whim,
Iv lirotlierlolm ol christened Hie.
Atnl 1 t't lirlt Uf-t him.
Thl fatal liken eTiriWK-l
Mr it)oltcrf itlien at rf (tool,
Ami I was alwi)a irettlng Howl,
M'hen .John ll,T)l out a fwli
I put tliii (piratim. fniitlcl) ,
To e try one I knew,
What would yoi do, If you were me,
'I o pro c that roil were you
Our eln'e reemt laprr turned the I lle
Of my ilomoile III'
Tor aomehow niv liilendclhrlile
Itecanie m tirolbir's wife.
In fact, yrar aller year the (aint
Aluni iiiI.InJ,u Hent on
An I M hen I died ttir iirlyiihur c itiic
And lurM lindln-r .lohn
WONDERS OF SPIRITISM.
' A Mrnusc ami Nturlllni; Mnry.
i:ti'iilni;ititli (lie .ili-tlliini Home
An
(Knmi Hie New York Jui
Tlio ciilijoltiiil iiHtotil-lilng iiiirnillvf
li;n liccu cutnuiiiiileutcil to uh hi reply In
(Mir Idler of linjmr.v. liy mi oinitieiii rill
oii ol'.Vt'tv Knhuiil.ii iiiaiiol'i'Uiii'lif.iil,
in lluli' likely in b- tlvliukil ii4 ;iny oilier,
lie liiHconntr'l toll-puljllniliuil nil till.'
iiili- ciiyilltloii that M nniiif ntnl phu.v
oficiilfliv should nut bi' liu-lit luiictl.
'I' wa in the inoiitli ill' .Mu.. .i, In tliu
yuiir Kio, :i cold nllit, wlivn iml n
iiritrlit o.il lln: Itimi oj-n i.it tin
Piinur. Liu'Miwtodly .Mr. 1 mm li
u;h not a fanmlH llii'll a- lit' Ilia -bi'cmif,
cJiiio hi, ami, at tny rwiiif:. Ii.
a -.,' iiktl lo a ti.un. U'o mil sir :i liitl
tin J-uibio, only iiUmii ellit fiid I'rom die
UUl.t.ig yrute uf coat, Milrli liimlu tlio
ruo.u .,iii uitcr tU otia-r arillltial Illit
liU t' t.i ahut oil'. t Nobody win prceviit
but tnj evil', lny ftilv.iiul lloiut;. u lady
Miior ulio m In Uio Iioit.( liirwiij: n-lla-U
to Lm.iI In aill.'tunt room uji biaii'.-'.
IK- Mit oppoail' iiil with lm nglit r-liulll-tli
r iovuinl Uio lire, liU iVut (nTliap-an
ilicii trmu inlno. u small canl-lalilc be
tween u, and my wile lit Hie lurilu reiiil.
IIoiuc soon b-k'ali to ;t oil Into u tnintv,
ami, as an I'.sjjerltia'iit, I laid upon the
lloor a ipiire on'onl-cip, mul pin. a K-ad
pencil on it. The quire of pujKT was
lirnt t'tnily lllltil without any apparent
atfiMiey mid phiex-il Upon the" table near
my liaml. Tliellfflit iroin the grate seven
or eight I'eet Iroin tlic tabl.? enabled me
to feu everything that vm going on.
lloinf'.was niotioiikas us it Joif, leutiiiig
hack in lil- ehair.
"i'ollowing the quire of jiajior eaiuo
the lH'iieil. It was lilted tiji iroin the
lloor without any visible person touching
It, nnd fell upon the paper. Then it
slowly lilted Itself, tuo point resting on
the iaer. I plated my face witlun u
foot of It, hut eould see no hand, though
the licht was siilllcieiit. If the hand had
been ile'li and blood, to liuve rhuun it in
n distance of many leet. The pencil be
gan to write slowly, Homo being still
perfectly motionless on the other side of j
the table. Having ihii'lied lis writing,
the pencil ilrojiiied. Narronh watching
Home, I looked at lilni from fils head to
his feet, and cast my eye along his leg,
which were under the table. I'rom near
Ills feet at that instant there came up a
human hand. It moved some di-tatiec,
ami reached out to me from a point too
liirnw.iv from Home lor him (u have
ivacheifit without sitting up and bend
ing forward, which he did not do, for ho
continued leaning back as Inert as :i dead
man. This hand grasped mlneaiul shook
It as cordially as If It hail been moved by
an old friend. Tli-ii it sought lo with
draw. I held It llnnly, but It pulled
witli a force like that which a perton
would ii'e who wanted to draw hl hand
awny. I as tltorou''!ilv aroused now,
mil resolved that whatever eUe occurred
that hand should not get away from me,
I held It with a grip of lion. 'Finding it
Impos.-ible to get uway, It then yielded
IIm.ii- "IV Inflection. I could see ll
was a woman . f,-ml mi),t mvjcniat
urallv long, peeuvl.. niave.
svniinetrleal and -Jiccl. and as
white as If It were mane oi pi.iMor or
Hour. I could see that It cmieii at i no
wrist: but wishing to i-ubstaiitkite this as-
louiiillng fact bV other prnoi inaii inai oi
the eves, 1 pasted my left hand up and
down where the arm should lie, and
there was nothing there.
"Then 1 examined tho hand. It would
open and shut as it lay hi my hand, to
thow me, as I suppo-e, that it was gov
erned bv an intelligent guiding power;
and it even turned over, as If lo all'ord
me every laeility for making the. exami
nation. It had perleet linger-nalls, per
fect articulations even the wrinkles on
the middle joints, like any oilier hand,
but nil was dead white. Us feeling was
iir.ltline onld nor warm, but toll, like that
of a ladv's hand enveloped m a hiu
irlove. TaUntr hold of U wllh my It'll
limul onil linlilino- It llrllllv. 1 unu UallV
wormed inv right lorelltiger enuri'iy
through tins palm, so that It stuck out ov
the hack side ot tho hand. The resM-,
iinee wat nbout like that of putty rathfr
soft puttv. I pulled out my linger, tuid
the wound Instantly closed up. leaving a
sort of cicatrix like the hollow left by mi
abscess. Then the hand shut up again and
opened, and lo ! as it was doing this once
more, It nil vanished, evaporated, disap
peared, leaving nothing whatever in my
hand. , ...
I mu telling vou the sober truth.
These things were written down soon
alter they occurred, and I have my nwii
ami mv wife's senses to corrobora.' the
fuel.
"I looked again at tho ilof-i ni .:
Homi'V feet, lie had sat from the fi. t
In such ii poltlon that tho direct llglu
from tin, urate did not strike Ills feet, 1ml
I could see everylhlngtliat was going on.
There appeared tlio lore jiart.of a hand
a hand only half formed. It hud lin
gers and no more. These lingers would
strike forward and peck at Homo's legs,
apparently as If tu draw from Homo thu
sutistanco bv which the hand might again
build Itself." Apparently iiueon-elous oi
outward things, ho would break out in r
querulous way with 'Don't! don't do
that 1" at the same tune feebly kicking ul
whatever was under the table, but with
out moving tils body. That remained
motionless, leaning .hack like a dead
body. N'o attention was paid to this re-
V .i lull tint llmriirc l.i,l wii1:1 ,1 ,r
luoiisinum., ""' ,"'ov7,"i'1v r"r
aud dabbing ' H lt'Ks till the wliolu
hiinii u-otiiL'iilu unlit to. the wrht a mat.
ter of pi'iimp oiio or two minutes.
Then tho baud camo up again, nnd 1 rx
pectcU uuotUcr b,r,11,cJ'i hut wn,sm
pmwi to ll ji.i
ii rn 1 1 1 1 1 1 . .
HI
bid me. and. uolmr lo mv wW. -.T
out ami .hkc hiitid- whit vr, ;l,"
wlilch It dkippcnrcd again. '
"Direclly titfcrw.ini Home's large gui
tar audit w,iaa pretty bcavv one Hut
hail ;M!ii left in n corner of tho room,
lilted llM'lruji to the celling, and, turning
over, went circling vWblv about the
room clotp to Hie cellbig, 6lten directly
oyer our lieods; and It was oniitlmmll'v
played upon by Invl-lble ilngors a very
pretty iileci' of imic. Ucrnliiiiallv It
would lcecnil ami toiieh i aeli of u" on
the bend. rMinrciieb time to thu ri-!llnir.
doing It all in perfect time, the touch he
lug a sort ofempb.nl- to particular notes,
i'heii It circled all about tin1 room near
the celling, the music continuing Just a
If some actual person were plavlng on lt
chord.
"Xc.t the in.ihoganv chairs Merc all
taken up and sent wfilrlliig across the
room liack and lorth.all together, If I re
member aright, going through the air at
a height of about three or four feel
from the lloor. None of them touched
us. Tlieti tlicie camo n sound prcelolv
like that which a Hock of sheep woulil
lll.1kl'r.inirritir ovur the. cjirjicl. some
scionly or ii hundred of llicin ; and that
ended the iiianlfet.itloii. Home awoke
ami wn4 sumrlxil lo liear all that bad
hanK'iiel, We then took the iiajier to the
light, and tliere rend on it, In her own
projier liatidwrlllug, the name of my
wife's couln. a near and dear friend of
hers. 1 bad never met her. It was n
yearorlwolaU'r, however.tli.it I wiw a
il.ignerieotyi' of a picture of her
as rho lny on her dealb-bcil, and her
hands weie eros-til over her bo.om at
rest; and as -oon as 1 saw thu )tcturi' I
exclaimed: There Is the ery hand that
shook hands with me that night We. sat
with Home. I hue the picture now.
The hands are peculiar.
"Now for the conclusion. The ladv
who had Jetlred early to lied, on comlti'g
down to lire ,kla.: tlf next tnornlng.sald
to mo: 'Whom have vou In the house
tlt.it nlays h.'g i.iar-. biiiutlfullvy I did
not think i i ll iiliiyiiltliigii'tiir.'
She, too. bud le ..i' V. '! , ihonji
she was up aiair i ' kfi . li.iir of
HoiiH-'s prcaeutv or . ? ew r i,nt
i.ii-i luiijeiioil. 'I'hi.b ,t i,i,ivk
..j i- ont of the t'leinr -o jib .iim'l.i , ;.
at.ii b tho' who den,, nil iru'th m
-in Ii nwnlte-tAlloiis, that, ymi think ym
all till, but you wet, pychologled.'
"Tluw fact, a I have imrnitl llicin.
were written down nt tho time, anil I
have now drawn the tory from the re
cord then made me, and verilled bv mv
Wife." ' '
J,lliUIAh.
W
riLI.IAM R, SMITH, SI. 3.
I!i:MI)i:.Ci:. No SI Thirteenth etml, I.
:wien Wuhin?toaaieiiiieand Walnut aires t
OKFILK: North iMe of Klghth "trirt U
tntvn l.'oaililtri'l'il and Waihliirftniintrnue.
Q W. DUNNING, M. D.
IIKSIIiKNlK- Comer Xinili and Wnhiut
Olects.
Ot't'If K: l Wirner SUth ttreet and Ohio Ivee.
OKnen HOUKS: KroiuOa m toIJiu , and
1-nlll V to 8 p ni
DR.
W. BLAUW,
German Physician.
OFFRK lluder's Illoek, (up-(Liln), eornfr
r.lyhtli ulrtTlainl M"Aliln,;lon aienue
lAWtTltS.
CJAMUEI. P,
WIIEELER,
Aiaorncy at Ijiiw.
Ol'l'ICK: nhlo Itc, our mom formei I y
occupied hy t'linl.Nulliiiijl llank,
f AlltO, ll.LI.VDId.
.JUXKEY & SON,
at Law.
OFflCIl: Klplitli Slrret, between Coimner
clut and W'li'liinglon ineuuej,
vvllnilmc'&y CAIHO. IM.1SOI
REEN & GILBERT,
Attorneys and Coniiwolorsi
nt I-iiAV.
OFKICi:
William 11
WiilUm 11
.Miles HhI
Ohio l.cni , rooms 7 mid 8 ou r
- V .,Antll ni .
lireen, )
lilllieit,
Gil la-it )
CAIIW ILLINOIS.
!C.Special atten'lnn (ilien to Admiralty mid
Jteaiuilxiut luniucis.
noi'Ni: 1'Aimi:ii.
J. H. ABLE,
Ucneral
oils Painter
PAPER HANGEll.
CORNER TENTII STREET AND
WASHINGTON AV.
T S piepaml to do nil kinds of lloune l'alntlnif ,
.1. Kiiloinlnlnor WliltewnsliliiK eltlu r III Hie
eil'or auriiuiiidlnit eoiiiilry til nasounlile pri
ses'. All oislers will lecelie prompt nnd iT
mnil atientloii full and m lilni.
WAUOXN.
The G;ciMe Wagon
OAino, iijijiixroie.
MANTl'AC-It'ltl'.I) 11V
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE DEBT and CHEAPEST WAGON MAN
UFACTUItED. MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
. Noav ThU'th-Fouvth Stroot
MIl.t.tNDIiV.
MUcLINERY
Mrs. M. Swander
AXSlll S( I.S tint he lias Jii'l KCtnul
larae aorlinentor
larji.
PALL
AND WINTER
MILLINERY
GOODS
Willi h "lie liroiin.es to tell lo the lulies of tjiln
at prices In (till I he times: she Ii to be found at
M'Goe's Old Stand,
On Soiith.8Ido Elirhth Strcot, hetweon
tbo Avenues,
VIlere the Is prepanil at all limes to ell
HATS, BONNETS, RIBBONS,
TRIMMINGS, NOTIONS, &c.
tT"-lieonVrstU-)i Kmirh Kilt ll.it. Hmd
"I frlniiiiliiRs, ( li.itil.iin Pockets mm IMisamt
all the l.itp.t N wltlcs, at ninnvs uhlliwill
sunirise pitirh.ier 'I ho laities are Incllisl to
ciiUaml ee lor ll.enijelvea
viioi.i:siAi.i: )ito i:itn,
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Groco
-And
Commission Merchants
AOENTS AMERICAN POWDER
57 Ohio Lotoo.
II A lllMllM
1. II '1111.111
THOMS & BROTHER,
(Siiece-uira to 11 M IIiiUii,)
Commission Merchants
And dmlers in
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES,
Foroltrn and Domestic Frulta and Nuts
181 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
G. D. WILLIA?ISON,
Wholesale tocer
Deale
BO Af STORES,
m4
Commission Merchant,
N. 10 OHIO LEVEE.
SlT.CIALattenlioiiKlven tocoiulsnnidita and
tilling oiiltr
IAI..
ROSS'
and Wood Yard.
Coal
COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
PITTSBURG and ILLINOIS
ftSr COAL 5r
AMI
STOYB WOOD
KLIT constantly on hnad at I!os' Yiml
, Oiiuiiieiclid nicnt.e, oppunllc lliom
llullillnif , ,
Drilers promptly nihil
lial and woihI ilelliirisl five of elinrje
Terms triitly chli. ai;.iu.r.io5
OAXJaO CITY
COMPANY
AltK preiiired to mpply customera with the
lieal
Pittshurq; and
OOA3Li
luve onlera at
tl-il-dildaj Uio aotTlce. Xii Olu Lelie
Sf-llulli.l.iy Mm a jiliuilho.it.
fc'i-At l.ptlan Mills, or ,., , .
Cj-At tlVe Woal lliiinp. loot orThlrtyl.lKllt
aluvt .............
ZANONE & VALLA,
ASH
RESTAURANT. OUT YOUK
FRESH SHELL OYSTERS
A T
Corner Twonty-Eighth Btroot and
uommoruiui ivvcuuu.
J, ). Zniioue. . M. Viilh.
Buder
MAlUFACTURING
Jewelers
HOLIDAY
Presents
TO SUIT EVERYBODY.
TllO
largest otock
Chicago.
south of
Which will bo sold nt rcducoci
llgurcs that will astonish the pub
lic. Hair Jewelry
Of al kinds suitablo for Christ
inns Gifts
MADE TO ORDER.
CriTGold and Silver Watchos,
!3rGold and Silver Chains
every description.
I?SyNcoklacos.
cfirSotts of Jowclry.
tSTSloovo Buttons.
tSTSfuds.
CfcyB-aCOioi.- .. .
BSf Jents.'.Pins.
CfryCharniB.
iffl'Tooth-l'icks.
OS"Silvor nnd Plated Ware
S"Card Cases.
CaTTca Sotts.
t"Ico Pitchers.
fiSfNnpkin Rings.
tSTCastors.
raTTablo and Piokot Knives.
CfiyClocks.
RING-S
Diamond, Ruby, Emorald, Topaz,
Christopaz, Araothyst, sappntrei
Mnllokito, Bloodstono, Garnet,
plain, chased and all othor kinds
that can bo called for.
Gold,
Silver and Ivory-Headed
Canca
PIANOS
And othor Musical Instrumonte.
John Foley's eolobrated Gold Bank
Pons. Also Gold Tooth Pioks,
Pencils, etc.
I ft W. BUDER
Corner 8th andWash
- ington Avenue,
ttivCaU and examlno tho stook.
SSS"Oo n't forget tlio plaoo,
alaaRffaaH
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