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t I) Arter. J. W Stewart.
ARTER & STEWART.
(Successors lo D. Arler A Co )
No. ,113 Commercial AvThtue,
Bristol & Stilwell,
. Kcpp everything pertalaing to
the lino of Staplo una Fancy Qro
corioB, Woodonwaro, Vegetables,
PrultB, 810., &c. '
Dupee s New Hams.
Pure Maple Syrup.
A Hors for Sal.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
in 'rnE city.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th St. and Commorcial Av
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Papor, Window GlaBS, Win
uuw onuuun, cu.
Always on hand, the celebrated llluniluatlng
AUItOK i OIL.
Corner Eleventh Street and Waihlnu
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
3". O. I3TCT3HIJJ3,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Building, Corner Twelfth Street
and Waahtngton Avenue,
K-CuotT and Railroad Work a spetklr
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,VOL. 7., ' CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1875. NO. 31.
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R. SMYTH & CO.,
WliulIe Mitt Retail Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic
WI9TEM OF ALTj KINDS,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MES9RT. SMITH A CO hate antly
a large stock of tbe best goods I" U .mar
ket, and gletpcUl attention toll' ''-"oWls
raacnoi we uusinrsa
a fHi h . I a
Steamboat, Hotol and Family
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
Fish, Eggi, Northern Butter, Sic.
Between Waahln-rton and Commercial
EJ-Gooda tirrl fm 0f charge.
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
Hotel and Restaurant
Tuo dors noith of the Cairo and VTncannrt
WJt, WETZEL, Proprietor.
ATItUsTV ivatch kept night and day for
trains and slcaaiboats
TJie Wit of tu-CAUimoiUtloiii far transient
guests itlno Dollars per day.
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
Whole Hie and Retail Dealers In
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIRO, ILLS, and COLUMBUS, XT.
CAIRO OFFICE t
At Ilulen & Wileon'e, Corner Twelfth St.
ana unio a.evee.
T7"K will; run an Ice wagon throughout the
mrt of the clly ut the lowest market price, anil
will also furnish ourfrlcurls uuttide the-city with
re by the cake or car loiul, packed In sawdust
or tlilnmeul to auv distance.
'The Best Thing in the West."
Mison, Topsh & Santa h 1 1
X .A 3ST 3D S
Of tlir Uit Farming autl Ajfrlcullunil Ijiuds In i
Anurlca, sltuateit in an J uenr the Uautiful j
Lotlouwooa autl t.irai .liiuji rautya,
nm-aenoflhe Weil, ou
11 Yeare' Credit, with 7 per oent. Inter-
eai, ana u yor uvufc. unwuu.
To purchiuers of IjuhI.
?r--rir,-iil.rj. n 1th mail. Klvlnir full Infuriua-
tlou, st.it ftee. AUJress,
Acllun Land Commlsilonsr. Topska, Kan-
Tow-Boat For Sale
TIIK Siibscilber offm for sale th Htem
'lowing Stera-Wlieel lloat, Ike Hammllt.
srlUieuRlnts. machinery, tacxlea, apparel and
niniltnte as she now lies at Cairo, Ills.
Jler length Is 143 fett, lier bieadt)iS4 fVet, her
Uvlh ft feet and measures if76 tone. She lis f
boiler 24 fiTt long and S6 Inches dlnmrter, 1 high
pressure engines with cylinders 17'4 Inchi-J lu
lUmetei'HiKl tl feet stoke) '1 l'u-d piiiups Hi In
shea lu dlaiiieler und 17 IneUtft stloks and all
modem Implements, and is lu every rcsptct
stauueta, stu worthy, and In goul i)dillou for
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GLENN OF COLUSA.
Tlie Urent Tnrnier of the World
t. Ixuls Democrat.
A Ssicramciito pnntr imblllici the fol
lowing rusK.,ctlnc tliu fiinnlnir otH.-ratloii's
of u mull whom It denominates "tfiu largest
fanner lutliu world," which. eoiili!erlnr
that Dr. (.kiin Ttun" his farm offiO.(xii)
ncn-4 himself, tierfoimlly wiprrlnteiKlm
It nil. the appellation U comet:
"The treat fanner of the world, Dr.
Iliijrli J. Oleim.ofJacliito.C'ohiNi county,
California, lias rnll and harvested tins
past season, on hit own farm. 000,000 hush
elk of wheat. This would load eighteen
1,000 ton .hlps or three hundred canal
hoaU. All this wheat he lias now In lil
own warehouses, ready for fthlpincnt
when the water in the Sacramento Hiver
ri.'SMilllcIontly. Tho Doctor pays $00,
000 freight to nut his wheat in San Krau
clsco. 'l'lie Doctor is n wonder to tho
agricultural world and to himself, lie
runs ninety gang-plow and a whole
county's ioiiilation in the harvest Held,
with a down threehcr. His fanning U
not confined to wheat alone, lie mar
kets. 5100,000 worth of Hock each year.
Dr. (ilenu Is a practical firmer and man
ugcK.'il! his ImiiM'iisfhiifliie.'-sliliiiM'lf. He
can mend it trace and makca key to an ox
low with tils jacknlfe, Just n,s eav as
drawing hl check for ilOO.OOO. which lie
can do every day In tho week. Dr. fJlenn
lias only eXerieiieed one suri'rise during
the year, and that was when a friend In
formed him that a panic had entered the
land. Glenn is a big-hearted man; was
born in Augusta county, Virginia, and
does honor to the "Old Dominion.' Send
the medal to Glenn.''
This is a retn n kable ca'e oi fanning
enterprise, and Is enough to make the or
dinary granger open hl eyes In amaze
ment. Dr. Glenn, though born lu Vlr
ginnla, came to -Mls'ourl, when quite
young, with his father, Mr. George
Glenn, who is still a resident ot Monroe
county. He received a good collegiate
education, and when near the ngu ol ma
turity Mndied medicine. Just about the
tlme'he received his diploma, the. Mexi
can war broko out and he enlisted In the
Monroe company which accompanied
Doniphan's expedition through Xew
Mexico, Chihuahua, itc, returning when
the war was done. When the California
excitement caino on, in the winter of
lSJS-'J, he Immediately set, about organ
izing an expedition acros- the plain, to
the laud of gold. This was tiieees-fully
landed, und, alter mining for some time
with great suece (every times lie struck
hl pick lie brought out color), thedoetor
went Into speculation in live stock,
bought a ranch and run
It with great profit. He
added Immense tracts of laud to his orig
inal ranch, and became, what he now 1-,
the greate-t farmer in the world. Dr.
Glenn is about forty-eight years old. of
small stature, being about live feet seven
Indies in height, with a tough and wirv
body, auhuru hair and blue eyes, and k
posses-ed of an energy that "no obstacle
can surmount, lie knows no such word
If the doctor, however, has a weakue,
It la for draw-pokcr'llo bets with the
same voluminous Im-w-ttmslty that lie
do everything ele. He has been known
to tand "pat" without a pair and "rale''
$10,000; on .-everal occasions he ha lo-t
Immensely, lie Is not always unluekv,
however, und hi- nerve has'drlven out
many players; holding better "hands."
Dr. Glenn Is one of the most remarkable
characters that California has developed,
mid de-ervesto rank with the great hero
of mining stock celebrity, Honanza Sha
ron. A HK,k I'resenccor Mlnil.
The Kdf-conscIousuess and presence of
mind cajiahle ofbeiu'- exercised bv a hog.
Is Illustrated by the lollowingrcuiarkablo
incident from the Terre Haute Journal of
the 17th lust.:
'A very curious incident oecuried ves
terday, by w hich a hog took n free ilde
across the river bridge. It was about
half-past three o'clock that a freight train
was approaching tho city, when it hog
weighing about 100 pounds was seen on
the track at the west end ol thu bridge.
It did not get out of the wav soon enough,
and the pilot of the engine struck it. In
stead of knocking It oil', however,
the sloping front of the pilot caught hl.
pork-hip, and rolled him right up upon
the little platform In front of the boiler.
There he ro-e and sat looking around.and
was by this thno out over the bare ties,
where if he had Jumped oil' he would
have irone down to the water. He evi
dently saw tins for he remained on the
front of the engine and rode all the way
across the bridge. When the engine ar
rived on tills side tlm hog sprang nimbly
oil' upon the platform near Mr.Twadell'.s
watcn-iiouse, ami atter grunting lis satis
faction at Its narrow escape, It moved oil'.
It was .slightly hurt in the side and one
lejr, but will recover. "
The- lllll Kins,- Mystery
tXew York llcrakl
The "Charlev Hoss Mvsterv" seems to
have died away. Tho country is now
concerned about what mav he called the
"Hill King mystery." ilfll King, as his
friends proudly call him. Is the member
of Congress elect from Minnesota who re
ceived we don't know how mauy thou
sands ot dollars Irom Mr. Irwin, and
whose presence is desired by tlio Ways
and Means Committee to tell what he did
t r I tlilc mntinv Vi (.lintilil think tbe
one thing Hill King would hasten to do
would he to go to Washington, boldly en
ter lilts presence ujiiiiiiiht nun ten in
storv, either in the witty and Horatiau
stylo of Sam Ward, or thu business man
ner of Mr. Maefailaml. Hut Hill King
cannot be found. No one has heard of
him. The detectives cannot Hud any
trace of him. He wa' last heard of on
the Canada frontier, looking alter prize
cattle for his Minnesota farm. Thu only
........1.. I.,.. ......,., .....ii.li It th.it Itlll l.'tiwr
Is lost, Wu think that Congress should
oiler a reward for him. and give our de
tectives n chance to recover some of the
glory thev lost hi their effort to lind a
clew to thu poor child, Charley Itoss.
lliiilN on Wiileriiilf llorwes.
The superintendent of a street railway
has recently had an interesting experi
ence lu regard to the use of water by his
horse-), He was in the habit of leaving
thn horse loose n tlio stall, In one eor.
per of tho stable was a tank uf water, Ho
noticed that one ol the horses while eat
ing would leave thu stall, go to the tank,
and taku a little water and return to his
fodder, and that the other horses In turn
followed his example. To test tho mat
ter iurt icr no nan cu is w n en
I would hold it small quantity of
wnter, placed lu the stalls, iinil then
noticed Hint tho horsos would take
I n mouthful of oats, aiu-1 then u little
1 wider, mid then bite of hay, mul thus
alternate, keeping his mouth and food
moist while eating. A citizen to whom
ho related the fact., tried the e.xicrunent
with the same result?. It npear that
tinder certain eircuintances, tho liores
act very much as human beings do.nlter
natlng their food and drink, and proba
bly the dryness of their food In the stalls
renders this habit a useful one, and Isettcr
for the nnlmalsthan thu common practice
of giving them n large quantity of water
nt ouo time, npart from their lood.
The oldest, largest, .afet and best ac
cident Insurance company Is the Travel
ers' Insurance Company, of Hartford,
Conn. It lias cah a-etsof ou r$.'l,000.
000, has wntten over 330.000 accident pol
icies, and has paid over 21,000 elalms. it
has paid over $2,000,000 in direct lienetlU
to Its policyholders.
An interesting telle ofhygont! time has
lately disappeared with the death, ou Dec.
22, of Lord HyronN valet. Kalcler!, at tho
age of7S. After the poet's death. In 1S.1I,
his Iriend Sir dolm Hobhoue, afterward
Lord llroughton, took l'alcieri into Ids
employ as courier. IMoru long, however,
the courier returned to lil former calling,
and continued to serve ns valet with Isjiao
Disraeli, author of "The Curiosities or
Literature." ami father to thu present
Prime Minister, until his inaHcr's death.
til IS.V l.nril Itrmiirlitnti
..w... ... fs lllll. t uvilll
as messenger at the Hoard of Control.
He was a very plea'ant, obliging person,
and as assistant to the head otllct; koetcr,
the polite old Italian, with his broken
English, was often held lu frlendlv chat
by tho-e who came across him In the way
Schunck'a Pulmonic Syrup, Sea Weed
Tonic, and Mandrake PIUb.
Thcso do crveUly celebrated and popu
lar mcdl Ines have elfrcted a reolu'lou in
the hesling art, and proved tbe fallacv ol
seund maxims which hue lor many years
obstructed Iho progreris of medical sclenje.
Tbe lalsa supposition tint Con umptlon Is
incurable deterred jihysiciati- irom attempt
tnlotlnd remedies lor that disea e, and
patients afflicted with It reconciled them
selves to death without making an elfort to
esiapc rrom a doom which they suppo-ed
to lio unavoidable. It is now proved how
cr, that Conmmption can be cured, and
tfcat it has been cured In a very great num
ber of cas s (some of them appitently ties
per te ones) by skheiick's Pulmonlu Syrup
n'one; and In other ca-r by ibe same ih-i-Iclnc
In connection with Hclunck's Sea
Weed Tonlr and Mandrake PUN, one or
both, according to the requirements ol the
Dr. Scbcnck liim'tll. who enjoyed uiil".
tenupttd good health for moro than fjrty
year-, wa. Mippo-od. at one tlmu to be at
the very gateofdeatb, bUpbyslclans lining
pronouncul his case hojielets, and aban
doned him to his fate. He was cured bv
the aforesaid medicine, aril since hist ccov
cry, many thousands similarly aflected have
used Dr. Scbenck's preparations with thu
same remarkable moce-s.
KjII directions accompany each, mnklng
It not absolutely neccary lopcrronally seo
Dr. Schenck unless patients wI-U thtlr
lungs t'Xamliieil, t nd for this purpose ho Is
professionally at his principal oHlc, corner
slx'li and Arch streets, Philadelphia. c cry
Moudsy. where all letters lor adl o must
be addressed. Schcnck's medicines are
sold by 1 tlruggbts. I'MW-lm
rpiltltK it turn fun in the
.1. i nromns t'Ll'CK tlmnanv
iKiIntetl or prinlttl atnry tliat has
U-en ghen t- the public forytsirs.
Xever Ufurvha. Ixvn accuiilnl to
any pirtun- or set or plclurrs, the
K).ulurlly there Chrolnos hav-j
aUalnot sli-, hy turnty
to Inches. I'lirc, ten dullari
Address onti rs to
J. i UVllKIt.
Qtnfi fin i:i:WAHH-Kor a ca,e of
OOUU.UU Chills which my Indian
.gue llnnwly will not t-Oectually eradlonte trom
the syttin. Unly Csi rvnu for full directions tor
conipoundlntr thu medicine, katlsfurllon guar
unlwi or nmury rtl'undi.l. .Vdilress It. W,
ltt;.KLI., Mlncnil sprlncs, Ohio.
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ngi- Hiere Is no pain which
the Centaur Liniment will not
ii-llrw, no swelling which It
will not rultdiie, aim no lame
ness which It will not cure
-'lhls Is strong language, but it
.Uji l. line, li is nu uuiiiouK, mo
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bottle A circular rniitalnlng ivrtlllcates of
wonilerfulcuivJ of rheumatism, neuralgia, loi'U
Jitw, sprains, swtllings, scalds, raknl brr.uls,
pnUonous bites, frozen feet, gout suit I Ileum, ear
ache, Ac , and the recipe uf Ihe liiilmeut will tie
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heidlngand palii-ii'lleing agent the world has
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.11 . ...1 II ...II. l.:.......A II lll.l Wluil It l.lu.
sen. iiiei li evil" . ..". -I,'1.
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Mifiil rr auiniaj Oeuow winppei) is wonn n
hundlnl dollars for spiirlnt'd, sliiuhuil or galled
horses and mules, and for cicw-worm slutp.
Nu f.inillv or stui'k-ownt r ran alTnnl to lie with
out Crntuur I.lnliuent Prlre, AO cents, large
uoiiietvi .i it, un x i.u ,
M llrouilwnv, Xew York,
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o If L s
o IM- Kt
CtASTOItl.V is mule tliaii a siitislitutc fir
Castor oil It is llmuuly safeaillcle In ei
llteiu'e which I suiv to ivgulate the bowels,
DiilM wludiwllo am', produce tmtural sln-p It Is
pleasant to tain Chlldiru ihi-1 nut cry and
mothers may slu p 0-7-wly
axd c rat. tit ix
LIME, CEMENT PLASTER,
Under City National Bank.
IWILt, sell In cAr-load lots at manufactureri'
prices, adding Frebihl.
HARRISON 6c CO.,
(Successors to D. Hunt A CV)
And Dealers lu
FLOUR, GRAIN and HAY,
No. 63 Ohio Lerao.
FLOUR AND GENERAL
JOHN B. PHILLIS
(Successors to John II' I'hlllls)
And Dealers in
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, etc.
Agent! for LAFLIN ft RAND POWDER CO'
rCorner Tenth Street and Ohio
D Slathuss. E. C. Uhl.
MATHUSS 6c UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
0U Olxlo Xjovoo.
U. J. Ajn-s. S D. Ayres.
AYRES & CO.,
STRATTON & BIRD,
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER OO.
57 Ohio Levee.
II -1 Thorns L D Thorns
THOMS & BROTHER,
(Successors to II M lluku,)
Ami deulers In
STAPLE AND FANCY
Foreign and Domeatic Frulta and Nuta
184 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
Sl'KCUL attention glTtu tocmihpimn!t and
Ml lug urdsrs.
yiLLIAM B. SJCITH, M, D.
IIESHIE.VCK: J(o II lT,lrtnth street, be.
waan U'asl.l.eliti..eas.i,a....l .
n-t-t.a M-nninaivil "114 11 KinUl ltrtt
OrKICKt North 1de of KUhth itrm b.
trecn ComnicrcUl nml WMhtn1onftvmnr
W. DUNNINO, X. D.
ItKSIDKN'CKi Corner Nlnlh and W.
orriCEi Corner Sixlh stmt and Ohio U-vee.
OKKICK HOUItS. Fromrta m. to 11m . and
irom 'J to 8 p m.
JQR. W. BLAUW,
OFFlOJi Itudtr'. Illock, (up-stalrs), corner
Ulghth street and Washington n-enuo
A AjTTTTIT S- rtT T-s-n-r n
AKoruey lit Law.
OFFICKi Ohio Itfe, oter room fonnsrly
occupied by First .National liana,
JyULKEY & SON,
Attorney. at l.nw.
OFFICKi Klghth Strtt, lietwern Commir
clnt and Washington asenutu,
John II MuUey I ...,,,
William C Alufkey j tAMO, ILLINOIS
Attornej-N ami CuuiihvIoim
OFntT Ohio Leicv, rooms 7 and a our
l Ity National ll.ml,
William 11 (irtrn, )
William II tniUrt, V CAHtO ILLINOIS.
Miles Frnl'k tilllert )
!T3.'l:lal attention glien to Admiralty aud
Their w ill x an oiuiortunltr for Students In
enter the L'ulterslty, tmmedlutel after the hol
.'loiiun.s . jfiiitiiiry mi, 1H7.1.
1 llltlon Is rnr.K to all who an- ent lit- Cnutilr
.'upvrlnlenilrnls, ii.rtlors, Judges or hy a
HeUT-rnt:itiie lll-trict To such, an lncidenl.ll
freof Two Dollars Is charged ler term, accord
lug to the Statute
To others tuition in the Normal artmcnt Is
4((.tl per term lu tlm Preparatory Deiiartuient
.(io, and In the Primary or Model Depart
me nt 2 IV
Tlio Instritellnii In Tliornu-rh.
and etntiraces Writing, Drawing, ringing, Cal-
iiiiii'incs nun i.iih'iiiioii, in niiniiiiiii man me
Common and IMl-Ii ,-rlioot simlii-s. unit t.nlii
and lirtrL, Higher Matheiuatlrs, (.hrnil-trvand
uoou ixiariuiiii li-nan at nonalile lirlcei1
1 .UltnM.nu 1T week.
The -iiring Term w ill oin Monday, March
1.-th. K3. .lAMLS ItOIIAItls.JI 1.,
l:W-l-U-d.'iw- secivtarj .
rm 1875 0F
umplemcnts, Fertilizers, eta
N'amberlng ITSpagcs and containing five
UautlfuiwlortU plaUi, mailed on receipt
of SO cents.
Catalogue, without plates, free to all.
85 Cortlandt St., .
Pro. Fowler's Great Work
THEIR MUTUAL INTER-RELATIONS
I.oic; Its Laws, Powers, Ac,
AHKNTd are .clllng from 13 to 25 copies a
lay Send lor apii-linen pages and Hi la
in agents, and nt' why it sells fa Icr than uuy
otlitrbonV Ad-lrcis N'ntloiial fubllsblng Ln ,
Philadelphia, l'.i , Chkngo, Ills , or St Louis,
Wholesale, Retail and
7V 1 1 o o 3C'ss 33 loo lc.
Cornor Poplar m.d EUventb Stroutu
CcTIIighest Cash Prioo paid for
notes una Cattle.
FITS CURED FREE
ANY jiersou sutTeiing fnmi theatoru dUni
Is iv.pieste.1 to nddreas Dr Price and a trial
bottle of tils miillclne will be torwurdrd Htl.l.
Dr Price is a rrgularph) slciau, and lias made
the trtatmcut of
FITS OR EPILEPSY
a study for years, and n will warrant a cure by
the use of his remedy . .,
Do not rail to wild to Mill for a (rial bottli-j II
costs nothiug, and he
WILL CURE YOU,
No mattsr how long slaudlug Jpur case nuy
lie or how many other remedies may Itase
"circulars and testlmfiilals tent with
FREE TRIAL BOTTLE.
DR. OHA8. T. PRICE
ECbsuTssSmm, .iuTFiw. LUt, iMiusisrin 1
lUSisaS CaMMti -.ItkMi ikr-- Jus I.
MUwtn iirruM (.v, su tnnn I" M