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TABER
II
main
BROTHERS,
manufacturing
WATCHMAKERS' TOOLS'
AND MATERIALS.
New Work
IW.Uli: TO OIlKIt.
All ktndo of
REPAIRING
.Done with neatnos and deapatcli.
No. 128 ,
Commercial Avenue, Cairo, 111
No. 26
Vlain Street, Ccntralia, HI
.Solid KilvcrlYu HciiH.
IMnfi'tl 'HVu Set 1m.
Am'ri'aii Wiilrhes.
i:iiKlish Watches.
Swiss lVulclics.
Hold .Ivwvlvy.
Silver .Jrm'Iry.
5'lnlcil .Ii'iM-'lry.
Jtins.
Ilrcust IMiin.
Silver ISultoii.
SI litis.
'Iiai'ius.
Opera Chains.
Wutvli Chains.
We nianurfuctiirF Jewelry tunrdfr nf any
ill til i' I Itli- or lutltrrn.
Our wnrlMio U one of the ninit com
plete In llii- Wet, and our workmen uie
thorouxli, each In lliii'.
We firl ctinllilcnt of our ability lo turn
mil wort oijiul In tiery nit I" ttit limili
liy Hie prominent in.innf.icturer In Xew
Yoifc, ClilruK". M I.011I1 r lliirlniiiitl
Our miclilncry Is Hip l.itet and inot ni
proicd imtlrrii (iinl our tool have Iwii ran
fully Mlccted, nuny or them bavin ln
made In our nun tlit fur Hie i.urMio t.f
inanufarturliiit uiiliiiuilli ins of Jewelry
Our r.icllltlex therefore fur the ui'iiiiif.u'ltire
mill repair of pond "lir "lu ""' ""
inrrllnl, nnd urciili Hun mil Hull. n t lie
fhorli.t nulli'e.
We cordially linllc the public In cull
and examlnn our Mock n well n In Inject
mir workshop which U okii iliirlnir luU
nrxlioilrs, in ll Mill nlTniil in jilmmie In
t jphiln In any und nil rullcr Hie nnwltlm
uml Intricacies of Jewelry inanuriicliiie.
Wo are selling goods
lower than the lowest,
and cheaper than the
cheapest.
Hj-Xnw I the tlmo to nrnki'Mlicllous
fur Hie UolMnya, Mlilcliaiv clni-e uiuin in,
and for which wu Imio niuile irntUlon hy
nilillnn to our clock Intu hKcIIdih of new
ami elylMi pattelua.
Tabeir Bros.
J MM
VOL. 7.
riii:;i.NTM.
BARCLAY
Wliolosnlo
DRUGGISTS
- sd-
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS.
JOBBERS AND
-
PATENT MEDICINEB.
DRUGGISTS' FANCY GOODS,
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL.
imUSHES.SOAFS,
TUBE COLORS,
CHEMICALS,
VARNISHES,
T' ""lie" corretpomlence ami orders from Dniiwitl', rhvaleiam nnd lienenil More In want
V of iroo.lt In our line nlminlntif , rUnUtlon uml Kjliiih Jlediciiic. ( ' lunuilird r iv
fllltil IDi n luiilc Vtun- at rranotiAulr rute
I
WHOLESALE & RETAIL. fl AfRrt
4 Ohio I.oveo. 1
itr..i i. rvrvri: .vt.r-NT.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
Real Estate Agents
AUCTIONEERS,-,
7L OHIO
("cciinil Hoor,)
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
F'V aii'l nil inil e-tate, n lavri, furnl-li
ale-lmrunf IIHe.
O'IaihI CiniimlioiK'tn
JOHN Q. HARMAItf & CO.
. Real Estate
AXD
COLLECTORS,
CONVEYANCEUS, NOTARIES TUBLIC
Lnml Aeents of tho Illinois Contra! and
uurungton and ijiilncy it. it.
Companion,
North Car. Sixth nuil Ohio Lovoa,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
i.KU'oit ii:.ii.r.iis.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wlmlri'iili' uinl Hitiill DeaU'r In
Foroigii and Domestic
LiaUORS
Am
WIIVECS OF AM kiss,
No. 60 Ohio Lovoo,
CAIRO, ILLS.
r-1'Ci.l.l- IMVTII .t- I'fl
h.iui
niilly
lVL 'n Lire Block of the. Ut RowU 1,1 IJi' mar
ket, uml i!heiie'l.il utlinllou toll'1 "
loUtnlv
rnncn oi uie iiutiiieM
ii(n:i.s.
ST. NICHOLAS
Hotel and Restaurant
No. 122
COMMERCIAL AVEIfUE
Two doom north of the Cairn nml VIumiihc
lnillOUll lll'JIOl.
WH, WETZEL. Proprietor.
ATIIUSTV wntcli kept night and day for
trnliu und twimlioata, ,.u
Tiie hint of ucconunoiUilloin for, tnuillent
Bunt at Two Dollar? jKir day,' "
OA TR O, n U:
BROS
and Rotail
RETAILERS OF
AND -
TOILET ARTICLES,
COLLIER WHITE LEAD,
V.rINDOW GLASS,
COLORS, OILS.
DYE STUFFS,
PERFUMERY,
ETC., ETC.
RETAIL Si PRESCRIPTION
Waahincto' A v.. Cor. 8th St.
.Misri:i.i.A.ir.or.s.
JACOB WAITER,
BUTCHER
Dealer in Fresh Meats
j EIGHTH STREET,
Botwoen WaBhintrton uml Commercial
I Avonuej, adjolnlnir lliumy'a.
t TKI.I'S for tale Ihe Ixl llf, 1'biL. .Mtitlni
I .IV Vml. IjiiiiI.. ruiiMue. Ar . mil l nit
ppi to tcrtr lumilii-. hi mi nriri tttl'ie luiini:ir
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET
CO
-!enl In-
LUMBBE,
(All kliulV, h.llil met fofl,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATII, Sic.
Mill nu.1 Ynr.1,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
Ohio Lovoo.
DANIEL IAMPERT,
Fashionable Barber
siAiri snxissisxi,
EIGIITII STREET.
Between Waohlnifton and Commovclal
Avoiiucs.
E. MAXV7ELL & CO.,
DMlcr In
RAILWAY MAOinNERY and BURN1NO
tjcsoiLS-r
No. GIG North Muln Stroot,
STi LOUIS, MO.
O-N. B.-CH
AGENTS FOR FRENCH TLUMBAOO OILS
Ni'ri'i.v ii:i'or.
VALENTINE
RESCH,
Steamboat,
Hotel 'and Family
SUPPLY DEPOT
AM) IiUAl.tll IN
Groceries, . Vegetables, s Game,
POULTRY,
Fish, Eggs, Northorn Buttor, Sic.
Eighth Street,
Botweon Waahlnirton and Commercial
.MM ?.ui7iiafaja
. EjCiooil ikllverwl fne of cliirge.
i . lW It k ' f
OJS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1874.
tiii: vovaoi:.
I.-ASCIIOIIEH.
O weary Ihe da) uninl nlgliU, aoMlll.io Atlll
'II
ii.i e mill Mng ll.iiililii
najijiiii riiii apu aiow
We i.lne and chafe, and et
rt onr lie
nir oriiiir-ff ttlli
1. 1 tan revolt at what In
tain revolt at what In finnce, lo know
In not for lit Wv hear Ihe alruiil rtln.lt hloir
And In t at In Ihe i:t, the U nt, wi'ue
(jniit hli oml umll go Rl(iln$r fatt and fit-e.
tl AtmtlT
o fearllil the ilnya and nljlilt, n il.uk, no ci,l
llie ln vniet mock and iiinn etery aldei
No rudder Hit r" iiom:uti no njuir, run hotd
We think no ear eould hear lit Ifue er!ed
We think Jnd Wonld lint mlM tt If wedleilj
We li.l rutRollin, hilili'. eutimat "
U e xhiit uur et i t mid do not men m
- III ifot?n I " ' .
(Mn fid tit) and latin fid iiiKhl', whoeieare
( iinul In- uttrntl! (I cnt-n hona ol llln
Hi wind ihelKulv! Mlmll Metier etiite
To niuile Ihit ihrnujfh moll hot and tllh elrlf.'
We rauirf llul douliit nnd feiirit eould jrroW
o rire?
'Ihtl Me rr.nld fall to fee how Ood'n pood hand
Our anchoring and i.nr drllllnut planned!
NEW ORLEANS.
i:x.;m.
Wnrinolli IIIIU Hie r.itlltir
tif llw Iliillelln.
Sr.w f)iii.i:.tNs. Ihi'ciiitier'iil. A lllit
oci'iirn-il llil iiniriilii; b' hvu'ii D.in. (.'.
Kyrrly. luaimyur of Hit llullilin, nnd iix
(lov. Wnniiotli. on ( anal street. Hy
iTly kuockwl Waniiuth ilmvit wlth'.i
tiek iiml Jtuiiiiwl o:i him. Warmotli.
(IimwIii 111- kiiliii tiibli"il llytfly t'Vfrtil
timi't In (In-iiliilniiu'ii. 'l'lic vvoiiinU nil'
l:iiiXi'.rH-. Wiinnolli v,;c nrri'Mril.
I. t'IKIt At ro i sr.
Tlii'illlliciiliy hutwifii Ilvt'rK-.'iinlW'iir-
niotli rn'W out of a coulrover-y lietwei'ii
Will mot ll ntul tin- llnltrlm. which led In
n imhlluilloii on I'rlil.'iy hy AVminolh id'
:i entii iiiiiiii's-ni 10 mo lil:llitlKT oi tiio
jiiii rui ri iii'i'iiiii.' iijiiiii tiiai p:iier uml
.Mr. .lewi'lLoiicofltt cilitori. (Jov. Wnr
motlf liwlav made Uur I'dIIowIii'' t;iti-
liiclit illiont llii' ililllciilty to (lit; silent of
the A")cliitcil I'n-n :
"S'"-terl!iy iitlcr inv rnnl npi'aroil in
the 1'irayun? I Via- caflnl on liy it I'rlcnil
ol'.Mr..lew'(ll, wIiq tlciilainltifof mean
liMept nioloyy lor the canl, wlilrh I !
ellncd to nialti'. Iln-n n-kcil nic If I
would accejit n vliallenge to lljflil n ilncl,
reinarkiiint tlin miiio time that il win
ireiieraiiv niiuerciooii i would not niit.
I n iilli il that I would md ll''ht It' I coiilil
n wtdl avohl It. Tliat I va not a light
er, anil that it woutil Im- lime cnonli to
iiliM'r tin' iilli-llon about iliielllliL' wlieli
I was ulialli'iieil. loiter III the iLiy tlioul
f.il r wnn con rtilei 1 1 o our rci-icet Ivc frlcmls.
Tlii-y liK'tut cljrlit o'clocik lus-t I'Vi nltiir.
ntul arii'il that .Ii-wcllnml inyK'lfihniili
iiiii in Aiaiiauia on .Monitar morning;
!iion iliulliii"; iltol ; (iManco ten
D.'icc-i. 'J'ln-i' tt'Illl liavlliL' lieen ai'peiit-
cil, I illil not. ofuourM', apiirelieiiil an at-
laek,c.ie(.'lally notlroni anv out' coiiiin'
li'il wild tin' Jlultrtin. My iiniler-lauil-Itir
of such matter.- N that mitao;oult'
jM iulliir a iiifi'tliifr Mionlil he coiirti'oiii.
anil I was jit'tnii tlicfvo of llpjiln niv
hat to .Mr. Hycrly, In front ol ioni tw'o
ladles wore walking, Hip 'street hplur
crowilcil. when liu i-lriiPk me with a
heavy ."tick on the head, Inllii'titi the
wound you Mi-. Tim governor taking
oil hU liat exhlMteil n cut iilnmt two
inches long over the Jell tenipli' extend
ing back Irom the forehead, lie Uruek
inethri'e tlnn! with the -tick wlien I
clinched with liltn. nipntltime taking a
knife out of my iiockei. with inyarms
nnmiid his phouldi'r I got my haud-i to
gether and ojH-iird the knife. .Iti-t then I
fell, llyerly lulling on tnp. Soon idler we
fell a policeman took the knife out of tuv
linud and t-oinu of the crowd pulled ltvcr
ly oil'. 1 ttliderMaiul llyerly h.n leen
cut and I amacctiH'd of having done the
eutliiig."
Wanaoth wn nrre.led iiiitnediatelv
after the light and rinveved to the
Third precinct Mation. l(e has since
Irt'cn tnnitferred lo the J'.iri-li iirifiin to
await the result nt Hycrly V wound-.
.Mr. llyerly received M. wounds In tlie
nlidomcii, one of wlileli liU ihlclaus
contiiicr very iiaugerou. but not nece
.-arlly inorial. Shortly after la.-lng
woiiudetl 3Ir. Jlverlv wa" removed to the
New Orleans fniirmary on Daiiphine
Mn't'i.
Tho lliilUilii to-morrow Mill nubli-h a
-tiitemeutof aneye-witneol the rencon
tre. 'I In- idnteiueiit diller- somewhat
I'roui that of armoth a- to the cuttin
ThU wltne-s states that the knlle was
o)i'ii when drawn, anil that two or tim e
stabs wero nindo Ixd'ori' (bey Veil; Hy
erly's wouniN were In the lell side, Ju-t
over the hip, one of llipin being over four
inches deep, aim tunicate tile leiigtn oi
the knll'e-blaue. llyerly died at twenty
uuuuies pnst icii.
Ilyerlv win aged IS year. lie was i
prliiler liv trade, a nalivoofl'eiui-.vlvaiila
and caliiu to Xew Oi'leaiit In lb-l.". He
h'On ed gallantly in Shield's regiment of
l.otii-hma volnutiiTS 111 the et during
the wur and was wounded four times In
one of the lights around Atlanta, one of
which woiiihN deprived him of the in-eof
bis lell arm by removal of six inches of
bone, including the elbow Joint. After
ward he returned to the city, was elected
elerk or the Third ill-tlict court two
term'. Some months ago llyerly in
company with other', commented tho
1 II I DIM .111
1. . I .1 .!... .. . t
cation of the lUllclin.
Tl.o It. mil i, llt-Kllli.
(JlemiMi the rdoimifii. nowcls and
blood from all the acrid, corrupt and of-
ictl-ive, aceiiiuuiiiiioii- miich proiiucc
functional dcrauL'enient, and you remove
the cause of most .tUftHMs which alllli
Ihe htimaii tamilv. and thu-. save largi
doctors' bill-. Tim most idlt elual and re
liable icniedv lor till- purpi)-e is found in
llr. I'ierco's l'lcasnnt i'lir-mllvo I'ellcts
No circap.wood or ii.i)ier ho.xe.., but kept
lrei-li.nml rellabln In vials. , , . ,
!lllgh llvcrt, .those Indulging hUc-iso
mid plca-ure, and thoje of M-deutary hali
lts, can prevent HoIN, Carbiiueles (lout,
i!ed Skin, Krilptlous, rimples, Coui-llpa-tluil,
I'iles, Drowsiui""!, Itilliouines-i, and
other condition Induced by such habits,
by taking iVom four lo six of Dr. Heree's
I'ica-aut rui'gative I'ellcls once a week,
or, better still, one or two each lilghl.
They are sold by all dealers In medicines.
rj--.M-iu.w-iw.
GARRISON'H
irnm house
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Cent rally LoraUd, Klogantly Fiimislictl,
( ii.iituKi sionr.n.iTE.
Tho Oommorcial Hotol of tho Oity.
toMnissiov .Mritm.i.vr.1.
C. CLOSE,
(lenrral
Commission Merchant
ami lir.u.m t.v
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
HAIR, &o.,
Uml or City Nntloiin.1 Bnnlc.
tWII.l.nll In mr-l.ad lotntniaiiiifueturer'
lirli-ea, ml.lliix I'l t-Iflil
COFPEY,
HARRISON & CO.,
("nr-ni-ors to 1 Hnnl A Co )
FORWARDING
Commission Merchants
And Hcnlera In
FLOOR, DRAIN and HAY,
No. 03 Ohio Lovoo.
WOOD
RITTENHOUSE
AND BRO.
PLOUR AND GENERAL
Commission Merchants
No. 138,
OHIO LEVEE.
JOHN B. PHILLIS
AND SON,
(!itrfeort to John 11 I'hltllt)
FORWARDING
AND
Commission Merchants
Ami Dratira In
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, etc.
Agentalor LAFLIN &RAND POWDER COi
Cornor Tcuth Stroot and Ohio
Lovoo.
7. I) .Mathu.4.
'MATHUSS
i:. r. uhi.
& UHL,
FORWARDING
And (icncral
Commission Merchants
Dealers III
FLOUR, GRAIN, nAY AND
PRODUCE,
Q-O. Olilo Xiovoo.
MILLER & PARKER,
FORWARDING
-And-
Commission Merchants
"i.iuria t'nii
IPnirlaMxils, fm Soalon.
OHIO LEVEE, between Fourth and Sixth Bti
Y.,3, Ayiva.
,S 1). Ayrt'i.
AYRES fc CO.,
And Kentrnl
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
PROPRIETOR.
DINDJili AND BLANK HOOK
MANUFACTURER.
Bulletin Biilldlnir. Cornor Twelfth Streot
mid Washington Avonuo,
Onlro, Xllixiois.
t3"Coiinlv nnd Itallroad Work n ctalty
hi:,
ICE ! ICE ! ! ICE ! ! !
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
Wholea.du and Itelntl Dcalera in
PURE LAKE ICESsALiOOisf
CAIRO, ILLS, and COLUMBUS, KY.
CAIRO OFFICE t
At Hulen & Wilson', Corner Twelfth St.
auu unio X.OVUU.
WH will run an Icu wnKon throughout the
Heneon, drllvcrhiK l'""- )le Ice In any
iiartnf tlie city at the lowi jl niaiket itlee, und
will nlo nirnUH our Iricnil4 outalde the city with
cu by the cake or car load, necked In aaivdiut
or tuiumem to any uitiaucr,
NO. 7.
31 i.i tXKUY.
MILUHEtRY.
Mrs. M. Swander
ANNOCNIKS that ulie hat JuH niclvcd
larKnatMiitinrnt of
FALL AND WINTER
MILLINERY
GOODS
Which tho irniiO!.(i In M 11 In Ihe Indie of ( atrn
at iirtrvt to milt the thnea. "lie U to lie found at
M'Gee's Old Stand,
On South SIdo Ehrhth Stroot, botwoen
ins Avenues,
Where the la prepared nt all Hints to aell
HATS, BONNETS, RIBBONS,
TRIMMINGS, NOTIONS, Sic.
tV-he oirerii l llth Trench Kelt H.il, Ucail
cil'l riiiunlUK". I li.Xel.iln I'lK-kett und liella unit
till the litc-d -Noiclll.- , nt fl.-invi whlhnlll
fiinirl-e imrrhatcrii Tim ladle uie liiclted to
call ami m i- for tin unt il m
wiioi.i:s i.i: cjituci'.its.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
And
Commission Merchants
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Itovoo.
II A Thonit.
1. 1) Timlin
THOMS & BROTHER,
(SucretMiM to II .M llillcn.)
Commission Merchants
And diutera In
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES,
Foreign anil Domoatlo Fruits und Nuts
181 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
G. D. "WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Dealer in
BOAT STORES,
Commission Merchant,
No. 7G OHIO LEVEE.
SrKCTMi attention given toconilKiiini4ita nnd
lllliiii: vnler.
t'O.lI..
ROSS'
Coal
and Wood Yard
COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
PITTSBURG and ILLINOIS
TjcSr COAL
AN It
nro-v JE WOOD
KKI'T contlanlly on hand at Item' mil
Coiunierclul iiM'liuu. oiipojltc llrom
JttllltllllR .. .
Orders ironiitiy "inn
t'nal and wojid ilcllnieil fn e of cliarire
Trriiisalrletly elili, al-li-Cin3
CAIEO CITY
GOAL
COMPANY
AIM! preimiiil to iijiiily customers w nu me
Pittsburg and Dlinois
Uiive oiilera lit
S3-Hulllday Ilro olllee, Ni 70 Ohio I-eie
tl-llallhlay lint iiharlho.it
fi-At llioi'lhiu JIllln. or , , , ,
rr-M ll" -'"'il Diuui'i f"l of lldrty-hlKlit
ZANONE & VALLA,
AMI
RESTAURANT. OKT YOUlt
FRESH SHELL OYSTERS
A T
Corner Twonty-Eighth Stroot
and
uommuruiBi avcuuo,
ll J, D, Ziiuone, , M, VuUn,
A Fruitful -viuk.
Buder
MANUFACTURING
Jewelers
HOLIDAY
Presents
TO SUIT EVERYBODY.
The
largest stock
Chicago.
south of
Which will bo gold nt reduced
figures that will astonish tho pub
lic. Hair Jewelry
Of al kinds suitablo for Christ
mas Gifts
MADE TO ORDER.
CSTGold and Silver Watohos.
ny-Gold nnd Silver Chains of
ovory description.
ritirNcckiacos.
jwTSotts of Jewelry.
CSTSlcovo Buttons.
Bar"Studs.
ItayBracolots.
DafGonts.' Pins.
ftUr Charms.
JCaTTooth-Picks.
Iai-Silvcr and Plated Waro.
CQTCard Cases.
BTTca Sotts.
Cffrlco Pitchors.
CSy-Napkin Rings.
;QyCastors.
KSTTablo and Picket Knivos.
tayClocks.
RINGS
Diamond, Ruby, Emerald, Topaz.
Christopas!, Amethyst, Sapphire
Mallokitc, Bloodstono, Gurnet,
plain, fhuncit and all other kinds
that can bo called for.
Gold,
Silver and Ivory-Head
cd Canes
PIANOS
ORGANS
And other Musical Instrumonte.
GOLD PENS.
JohnFoloy'u eolobrated Gold Bank
Pons. Also Gold Tooth Pioks,
Poncils, etc.
I fe W. BUDER
Corner 8th and Wash
ington Avenue,
iSrCall and oxamino tho Btook.
B&'Ho n't forget tho plr,co.
- gt Vllli(Hna

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