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1 " Art" J. V Stewart
ARTER & STEWART.
(.Mucresiora lo i). After A Co )
No. 113 Commercial Avenue,
Bristol & Stilwell,
Keep everything pertaining to
tho lino or Stnplo and Fancy Gro
iprlefl, Woodcnwaro, Vegetables.
?ruits, &o., &.O. '
Dupees New Hams.
Pure Maple Syrup.
ITRE 1HTKWIIEAT FLOHt.
Horse for Salo.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN TIIE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th St. and ComnmrcUl Av
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Pftpor, Window Glass, Win
dow Sltaacs, fiso.
Atmir on hand, the telebratd IllumlnatlnB
Corner Elovonth Street and Waahlnc-
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
T. O. IIXTDEIXaJBI,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Bullotln Buildinu-, Corner Twollth Streut
and WaaUlngton Avenue,
O-Couuty aud lUllroatl Work a ipwlaltr
VOL. 7. CAIRO, ILLINOIS., FR1 DAY,JANUARY 29, 1875. NO. 34.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale tint Itctall Dmitri la
iForoigrn and Domestic
tVINFN OF jil.fi KIXDN,
No. 60 Ohio Lovee,
MKSSIIT SMITH It CO bast antly
large tock of Um beat good " )' mar
ket, nil kI"-"'I1 attenUon toll. lioluml
ranenoi ine uusina-M
Hotel and Family
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
Fish, EggH, Northern Butter, tfce.
Ilotwoen Washington and Commercial
CJ-liooli delimol free of charge.
boat stores, groceries,
Hotel and Restaurant
Two door no i III (if ttie Cairo and Vluwuuei
WM, WETZEL, Proprietor.
ATltCsTV watch kept niht and day &r
train and .ImmboaU
'IJif belt of accommodations fur transient
guc.U at Two Dollar. xrUy.
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
Wuoleutlc and ItcUll Dealers In
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIBO, ILLS, and COLUMBUS, KY.
CAIRO OFFICE t
At Hulon & Wlliion's, Corner Twelfth St.
ana unio ioree.
XTTi: will nin nn
Ice wagon throughout tlx
rlnir nure lake Iw In nnr
VV Season, delivering pure lake Iw In
art nf the city at tLe lowest market price, and
will altofurnUh our friend out.lile the city with
ce by the cake or car lo.ul, incited In auwduat
or shipment to auv illalnnct.
4Tho Best Thing in tho West."
Alchicon, Topeh I Hi h W I
31a 3ST 3D
Of Mir 1 M-jal Farmlnir Anil
RrlfuUural I.andt In
Amtrlci. altuatitl In mid near the beautiful
Lottnmrnod and liieat Arkauaavs valleji,
canunortuo west, on
1 1 Years' Orodlt, with 7 per cent. Inter-
eat, ana uu por com. unoouni
To purrhaieri of Land.
fJ-OlreuUii. with man. alvlna; full Informa
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Actliid Lund Commlliloaar, Tona, Kan-
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To aell 1)11. CIIASK' ItlUTl'KSi Or, I.V-
1'UHM A'MUS roil KVKIIYIIODY, hi every
eountv in Uie United Statei amtcanatlua. Kn-
larKadby the Puhliiher to Dili gti It ran
lulm iiTi-r 3,000 honiahold recla, and Ii tuilad
ut uii o.uve anil comillioaa ni noiiriy. a
woiiili-rflll honk aud a hnnaehohl neceallr. It
fella at ilKht. tlreiileat Imiueomenli eier of-
icreu u ouuK iRenla, Kamiile ennlea tent ny
mall, pmt pulil, for ti. Kxclu.iiu territory
glriai, AL'enta nuiru than duuhle Ihelr inouity.
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AddrosallAlll'lUlA HH0TUElt8, N. Y.
THE AWFUL AVALANCHE.
Klv Vlrtliiix of the nenutirnl Nnow nt
On Ttte(lav,tlic 10tliliit.,nnow-llile
(lesctinliil with Ifrriblc forco tiiou the
Utile iiiliiinj; town of Aim. at tint head of
Utile I'otlonwooil cation, lu Utah. From
the Suit Lake Jlcralti't report we. Uike
Alter thu llrot t-lioek wan over, whleli
la (l hut a tiiltiiite, the frIi;liton.-fl seii'e.
ol thu K.'oil(! were partially restored to
activity, and with one object in lew nil
ruhc(l up Ihu Mreetto tlieelevaledlx'iich
on thu north side of Alta, f-oine mrryitii;
lantern, others fhoreN, and other) with
Ntalli. Kile.J, or anyililiiL' that could he
it'ed iudl'11) iliroiifjli the feiiow. About
fifteen rod Iroiu the hutlne. eeutre of
the town n wild eeiic of rliaos presented
Itcell. The mow was piled up to tho
depth oi about thirty feet, and projecting
front the packed surface were larj,'e
boulder, licavy mining liiulM.'ro. and here
and there a Krtlon of what had oneo
U-eti ii inline'- ihvellIii''-houe. in le.-s
time than it would reqiiln; to relate it,
scorea ofhanly miiii-m were actively at
work, illjrjrln away tho auow frsni where
had Mood houses occupied by human be
liiff. While tint eit!,'3L'ed, a fiilut crv of
"hell)," caine through Hie snow ; ajraln it
was heard, and a,'aln, but frrowin' more
faint, and weaker at eacli -uc-e.lve crv.
It did not take loiifr to ascertain the ll
rectlon iroin which the voice nroceeded,
and when once the men on the iiirfaee
had found the location, there was lively
Miovelliiir of the snow for a few minutes.
.Short a tlio-e inlimles wen-, each tnii'-t
have been an ne to him who was under
neath the snow and who' sands of life
were o near run out: but the quick
stroke" of the shovel-' rew more dl-tinct
to the ears of the almost doomed man.
and ilnally he va lifted from hi" cnowy
bed and tlicllht of a do.tn or more
lantcriw hone full in hU face. The for
tunate, unfortunate man wa George
Tomliii-s an old .'entleman who ha made
Alia hi home for sen-nil ytri". Ily
hi side, in the bed on which lie had lccu
lyln. wa the bodv of .Michael lvelly,
Old Mickey.'" vliowa known to every
re-Ident of Alia and vicinity. The miow
had done It work for "Old Mickey." lie
and '1 omUii" hud retired early, but were
not n-ieep when the avalanche came. He
fore they knew what was the matter, or,
had they known, bolote they could even
have not out of lied, the nnildiu was
crushed and the two men buried under
at lea-t i-ix feet of mow. "Mickey',"
back wa broken, mid It U thought he
died iu-tautly, but 'l'onilliiswa more for
tunate. True to his former self, af
ter belnjr resurrected, the old man called
for a "whlky Mr.ilxht," and In quick
feiicee.s-lon poured down several "drink's"
of his favorite beveni'.'". He had ln-en
"very dry" during the duy. and tliN slide
wa a god-end to liliu. as the w hUky ran
freely, and long before the excitement
had cra-ed, the old man was on a "jolly
While Tomlliis anilhl. mate were being
uncovered, there wim u buy scene ut nn
other part of ttie nowy wreck. The res
idence of Mr. .lanie-j Carey was in the
course of the .-.lide, and had been eitlur
carried away or entailed. AIkjvo the
site of the location the men comuicnecd
working with Ihrlr shovel, and -oou
succeeded In lllidiug what had Ixen the
interior of tlie frame house, though the
building wa-. broken to pieces and some
of it carried uwny. A little mon' -lioyel-
lug discovered n henrt-rendliig -Ight. and
one which caiii-cd many of the stern,
hardy miner to shed tears. Manv an
eye which had not been moi-tcned by a
sympathetic tear for year, now .-wain lu
briny drop-; ami notile-oiis of toll who
coiiiii .-carceiv rcuieniDer ine time wnen
they had wept, now cried bitterly. Seat
ed in an easy chair and cla-plng to Iter
hrcat her Infant baN', sat Mr-. C'an-v
mother and child both dead. Xear them
Hither, and lu another part of the room was
thecorn-eof an adopted daughter, a
bright little girl about six years old,
named haunt Wilson. None of the bodies
exhibited bruNes of auv kind; hence
they had all sulloented. The exnreloii
on the mother's countenance was one of
mingled anxiety and dc-palr, as If she
n:ui iiojieii mat her near ones migiit vet
be saved, but had llnallv died, realizing
that all must perish. Tin; snow around
the liubatid' body showed that he had
struggled liard lo extricute hlniscll,
THE KING OF THE LOBBY.
A Mnn (if I.itrjo Fisiirrs 1 31 II llo ii
Ilollnr Hi pin mill u I ur
luti lu .Stuck.
From the Cincinnati KaQiilrer
I.yndale Farm Is a royal tract of bctwi-cn
v,wu ami ;t.wu acres ot it-rtuo. roumg
'round, adjacent to the eornorate limits
or Minneapolis, and is wortli from $'M0
to $1,000 per acre. Col. King ha always
conducted It as a stock farm, and his cel
ebrated Lvudale herd of short-horns
which was sold at Dexter Park. C hicago,
lat Miintner. were of hU bleeding here
KlL'hty bend of cattle nt that sale netted
liliu thu enorinou sum of SIW.OOO. Re
cently King sold a young bull lo M. II
Cochrane of Canada for 51 1.WM
Ho N emphatically a mail of largo fig
ures. His mi-Aver to the bank President
in Xew York that he did not rcganl tho
check for $113,000 ns a very large sum is
characterlntle of the ninil-
lle-ldcs llio million-dollar Lymlalo
l'-irtn. u-Itli lu n.'ihitbd lllllirovcmeiits.
King has another 'OOOacru stock farm ut '
Lltclitield, in this .State, about eighty ,
miles west of here. On both farms, he ,
has probably $200,000 worth of live '
stock. He i-.iies nothing but blooded
stock ; there are no common cows lu his
herds. Then ho owns at least $100,
000 or $200,000 worth of real estate in this "
King Is al-o n heavy holder of Northern
Pacillc. Hallroad bond, but these can
hardly bo reckoned as very desirable as
sets lu the prent statu of tie market.
Nevertheless. Hill KIiil' may he n-uanled
iis llnanclally well llxed, t-t he Is one
of those me'n who is ehronl silly "hard
up.' He is a large borrower at bank and
ot nrivate Individuals, but was never
' known to p
due, lie, I
lay a noiu on mo nay u w a
lowever. always Kcs It mi nf-
turwnnl, and pays thu pioti-t jl-us mid
uddltlonal Interest with perfect cheerful
ness. Some people cannot seo how a
limn can honestly lay up a quarter of a
million dollars a year out of uu annual
It is well known hero that a dozen
years ago Hill King was not worth n dol
Iur, He couldn't got hl note for 320 ill,
counted, Ho was editor of :i He publican
political sheet, tho Alius, and was unite u
vigorous wi iter,though somewhat slangy.
'i hrough lhelnslrutnenlalltvoi the Hon.
Cyrus Aldrlch, then memtx'-rof Congres
from this district, he obtained the tiosl
Hon of I'nxtmaMcr of the House of itetH
rest-ntatlyes at Washington, which olllce
lie retained until his regltnit!ou lat
yistr. Tlie salary of the olllce never ex
ceeded $:im) kt aiintiin, jet the duties
of this poUIon were the only otenible
einplvint-nt Hill Jiing ever had In the na
Any one could tell you that Hill King
was a prominent menilier of the Third
lloiiae, to wit : the lobby. It is well
known that here haslieen tlie mine w lion,'
working has yielded him such rich re
turns, if the whole truth were known
It is believed Hill King wns as deeply in
th Credit Milliliter mud as others were
In Its tnln-; and on iin tty reliable author
ity he Is charged with having been hand
soinclv intere-ted lu the iietnhigton arms
and the great Iron lobbies. Concerning
his true connection with the I'aclllc Mall
subsidy that I sun- to come out soon.
Ho lias unquestionably lot caste Im
mensely among hi own pnrtv frtend.
Hill King w as counted upon ns'one of the
most tiotent Inlluenec.s to lie brought to
bear this month at St. Paul In. the re-elec
tion of Alex. Hamsay L nltisl .States Sena
tor. I At fall ltaniay exerted hlmselfto
secure King's election as inemlier of the
House from this district, and a bargain
was made at the time that King should
in return engage In log-rolling the Legis
lature In Hanky's behalf this winter.
THE GAD'S HILL BAND.
IIIiiimI v A llnel. I'pou the Jnmesi Hoy
.enr lienrney, Mliiourl.
S-rcial lilM-nlth to Hie Courlir-Iournal
Kansas City. Mo.. Jan. !(! Thla
morning about half-nat 1 o'clock an at.
tempt was made tocapture thecelehnited
.lame lioys at their home, three miles
Irom Kearney, a mall station twenty
four mile can of this city, on the Hanni
bal and St. Joe railroad. A reporter of
the Kan-as City 7Tiwie visited Kearney
this evening and obtained the following
from .shrrltl John S. (Jrouin :
'I he parents of the James boys are
named Samuel, their mother having mar
ried iuce her lint hu-band'ndeath. Their
hoii'c I- situated in a thick woods and no
hoit-es within a half mile either war a
ino-t dreary spot. Thu family was'llrst
awakened by some nol'e. when .Sauiin-U
nrose and went outside to ascertain the
He found the house on fin;, and, alter
tutting limit, he returned lnlde, where
le discovered n haiid-'Tenaile f.i iii.-ill
bomb"hell) laying on the lloor. and .Mr.
.Samuels attempting to throw It Into the
lire, not knowing what It wa. He ig
nomntlv nicked it nn and threw It Into n
large tin- place. The whole lamllv had
by this time come lu, and almost immedi
ately It exploded, wounding four of the
family. Mr-. Samuel io-t an arm : a
child of eight years old was killed, and
two others wen- Injured. This hand-
grenade had been thrown in through the
1 irlnir commenced outside, and from
the tracks of horses and men it Is evident
that a severe conflict ensued. The James
boys were either In the house or the barn
mid going out the battle commenced. It
is uiipo-sinut to tell who or now many
were wounded. Hlood wins found about
the fences and hack of the house. The
wounded were earned oil' Into the wood,
as was hovn by the bloody track.
The reporter could gather no further
particular-. 'J he w hole viclnitv Is in
great excitement, and men fear that the
town will be burned, ami anything mav
lie hourly expected. It is sulinocd that
l'iukci'tim'K detective, assisted by men
hi the neighborhood, are the ones who
made the attack. Some uppoe that the
James boys are captured. Further fuels
will be elicited to-morrow.
Scheack's Pulmonic Syrup, Sea Weed
Tonlo, an-i Mandraka Fllla.
Thsso de-t-rvodly celebrated and popu
lar medicines have t-Uected a rovoludon In
the he Hug art, and proved tho lallacy ot
several iuhxIiiis which have lor many years
o'j.'.iiicted the jiro.'reds of medical science.
The talsj supposition that Consumption is
incurable deterred physicians Irom attempt
tnglotlnil remedies tor tint disea e, and
paticuts a ill k tod with It reconcllel them
selves lo Ueatli without making an efl'ort to
escape from a doom which they supposed
to he unavoldible. It Is now proved, how
ever, that Consumption can be cured, and
that it has been cured lu n very great num
ber of cass (some of them apparently des
per to ones) by tfeheiuk's Pulmonic Syrup
alone; and in other ei'es by the smie med
icine In connection with t-clienck's Sea
Weed Toalr and Maudrake Pill, ono or
both, according to the requirements ot tho
Dr. Scheuck himself, who enjoyed unin
terrupted good health for more than forty
years, was supposed, at one tlmo to bo at
the very ga'e of death, hlsphysleiaiH having
pronounced his cjso hopulct, and aban
done! him to his fate, llo was cured by
the aforesaid ine Heine, amUIncc hisiecov
ery, many tliouanda similarly aifectcdhavo
used Dr. Sclituck'a preparations with the
same rcmarkablo tuoccs,
Fall directions accompany etch, making
It not absolutely necessary topcronally see
Dr, fe'ebenck unless patients wish tbclr
lunirs examined, and fur this purpose he Is
professionally at his principal olllce, corner
Sixth and Arch streets, Philadelphia, every
Jloud iy, where all letters for tidvl-e must
bo a-ldrcfsed. Schenck's mcdicini's aro
sold by id druggist. PMW-liu
rninnti: u mois nm m the
X t 1
lialiiteil or printed story that has
U-en iflu'ii In the lillblie for )eura.
Never bet'oieluu iru iiromlrit tu
any picture nr M-t el ph'tillca, the
p-)(iUluiily the- (.'hruiims havu
att.iinisl. site, six by twenty-
two inehe 1 ike, ten uullars
dilress onUr to
J r . UYkllJII,
Cif-AA AA ItKWARD-Vor a ea of
(JUUU.UU Chill whleli my Indian
Ami Iti medr will not enei-tu.illv eradicate from
thu ayatein. Only &'J renta for lull illrectiiins tor
roniliouuiuny ine lliniu-uie. uui.ii:tiuii umi-
milieu or money lel'iinded. Address U, W,
HL'.sKl.l., Jlineml fpiniirs, Ohio.
'ITIK MASON & HAMLIN
"VsTIS'SKItS of three hldiest medals and ill
l'nrls. 1SII7. iinr oirerlhe llnest iissorlmeut ol
thelK-st cabinet orpins lu the world, Includlna;
new atjles with leoent liiiprnvements not only
excliuUily fur null, as formally, but alio on
now plan nf easy payments, the most favorable
mer olTi-ivd. OrtMii rented nitti irlvllei; ol
imviiu-e, to tiiiito,t any pin oi ine country
k ii'.i i.i iiii-ni ;i iw nr upwunia
llluttiiilul lUilaloKiies and circulars, with fill I
uirlU'Uhii's M-ut inn nn reiiet. Ad-ll'isia
MASON HAMLIN ORGAN CO.,
Ilostou, New York vr Chlumo
(OMMISiHIO.V MKKt'll ANTH.
ADO IIKAUUI IX
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
tJnd.r City National Bank.
I WM.I, aell In rar-hml lota at nuuiufacturen
prlctsi, addluK Krelnht.
HARRISON & CO.,
(Successor! to 1). Hurd A O.)
And Dealers In
63 Ohio Levee.
FLOUR AND GENERAL
JOHN B. PHILLIS
(Successors to John II l'hlllls)
Ami Dealers in
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BEAN, etc.
Agenti for LAFLIN & BAND POWDEK COi
ZCornor Tenth Stroot and Ohio
'.. 1) Mathuss.
i: C. fid.
MATHUSS & UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
C3-3L Oliio Zsoroo.
K. J. Ayres.
&. D. Ayres.
AYRES & CO.,
STRATTON & BIRD,
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Eovoo.
II. A. Thorns, 1.. D. Thorn.
THOMS & BROTHER,
(Succoosori to II. 11. llulru,)
And dealers In
STAPLE AND FANCY
roreljm amd Domestic. Pruita and Nuta
Ut COMMEECIAL AVENUE.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
SI'KCIAI, attention, k'hcu toconslguoiciits aud
SMITH, X. D.
KKSIDKNCE: So. XI Thirteen Ih itmt.be.
!w-n W'ahln);ton avenue and Walimt strtet
OKKICKi North side of Klghth ittet be
tneen Commercial and Washington avean.
Q W. DTJNNINO, M. V.
Corner Ninth and Walnut
OFFICKi Comer Slath itreet and Ohio Ut.
OKKICK HOflW: rromOa II to 11m., and
from ! to 8 p m.
jyi. W. DLAUW,
OKKICK. llader'a llloek, (up-stAlrs), corner
Klghth Itreet nn-1 Washington atmue.
Attorney nt linn.
OFKICK: Ohio Levee, over room formerly
occuplcU by First National Itank,
JJTUIJCEY tc SON,
AttorncyH at Iaw.
OFFICKi .Klghth StriTt, between Commer
cial and Wifkiuglon ateuues,
r..t.H tt ti..it nM i
Mulley V.1IUU, ii.i.i.ui3
Q.REEN & QILBERT,
Attorney ami Counmelorta
OFKICK Ohio Ivee, room 7 and 8 over
City NnUonal Hank,
William II. (irecii, )
l.',v""5' '!nlmif.rt' f C'AIKO. ILLINOIS,
SIUm Fred'k. (Ulbert. J
C3-H)eclal attention gWen to Admiralty awl
n I.M'C I.I.AN I'.Ol'N.
There will be an ntiixirtunltr fur .Slmtenli In
liter Uie f nlverslly, Immediately after the hoi
Ida i, on
.rc on ii ay, jnniiisrr lilt, 173.
Tuition I rum to all who are sent by County
Superintendent, Mierrlori, Judge or be a
lieiire.entntlve District. To such, nn incidental
leenf '1 wo Hollars is charged jer trm, accord-
iik ni iiif .--uiiiiie
To others tiiltlnn In the Normal Dennrtment I
S.fO ht termj In the I'n-paratory Department
M.Oo, and In the Primary or Jtodel Depart
Tho Inalriirtlnii It Thornnsh,
and embrace Writing, Drawing, ringing, Cal-l-theiilcs
and Klocutfon, In aJilltlon tn ull the
Cnnimun and IIIl-Ii cImm.I atudle. and Ijilin
anil (irrek. Higher Alulhematic, Lhtlul.try unit
(iooil Ixwril ran in- had at rrasonabU prluex
3 .vi to M.uo iu r wi-ek.
T he .-lirlng Term will oi-n Mondar, March
1.1th, lata. JAMKS ItOIIAItTS, M. D..
ron 1875 op
Seeds! Plants! )
Umplemcnts, Fertilizers, etc.!
Namberlur ITS pagesand containing Ave
JkautifulcotoitJ ilata, mailed on receipt
'of SO cents. I
CataJogno, without plates, free to ail.
85 Cortlandt St.,
Pro. Fowlor's Great Work
THEIR MUTUAL INTER-RELATIONS
Iivel Its Ijiws, Powers, Ac.
AUKNTS an- selling from 1.1 to 2J copies a
duy hi nil for siHH-liiien pages and terms
to agents, nnd nee hy It i-ells faster tliau any
other boot Address National Publishing Co ,
Philadelphia, l'a , Chicago, 111 , or St. Louis,
Wholesale, Retail and
W lloo ac'sas Blooli,
Corner Poplar and EUventh Streata.
OiflTiKhcat Caah Prico naid for
nogs and Cuttlo.
FITS CURED FREE
ANY jiemon sutrning from the above disease
is requested to addles Dr I'rlee and a trial
bottle of his medicine will be forwaided FHKK
Dr Price is a regular physician, and ha made
the treutmeul of
FITS OR EPILEPSY
a atmly fur years, and he will warrant a cure by
the um of his rciiiuly
Do not rail to .end to lilm lor a trial bottle)
coats nothing, and he
WILL CURE YOU,
No matter how long standing your c "T
lie. or how inanv otner rciuedii
lie. or how many otner rciueuin ny
Circulars and testlinenlalskeiit with
FREE TRIAL BOTTLE.
Address , ,
DR. OHAS. T. PRICE
Idur malDftLr ItattLkillttt liMUfTHll.
UMlilfl k'MlWH. Wilkl t-rMsI lilt. MaalMal ffl ().
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