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J. W. Stewart.
ARTER & STEWART.
(Successors t I). Arter A Co.)
No. 113 Commercial Artnii,
Bristol & Stilwell,
Xccp everything pertaining to
UlO Una of Htnnlft nnrl Vnnnv nin.
coriee, Woodonwaro. Vegetables.
FrultB, Sic.., Sto.
JTr rt M
Dupee's New Hams.
Pure Maple Syrup.
MR BUCKWHEAT FLOUR.
A Horso for Salo.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN T1TE CITY.
Goods Sold Vory Close.
Comer 10th St. and ComanercitJ Av
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wrvll Papor, Window Glass, Win
aow anaacs, aio.
Alwnyi on luind, the celebrfttwl Ulunilnktliig
OorAer Eleventh Street and Washing
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
or. o. xxttxixjS,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Bulldinif, Cornor Twelfth Street
nnd WnshlUKton Avanue,
. Ofvix-o, Xllixxoie.
O-Couutv uud llallioit.l Woik a peoialty.
C n Arler.
I HtlTciIt 111 I.I.
h mndi'luti: fur X
tit.- ntinllK smcK,
tin)- 01 tturuarj
Waolesals and IjeUJlXBM U
Foreign aad jDoinestia,
WINES OF Alili KIDS,
No. 60 Ohio Lovee,
MKSSJ1T. simit 4 CO. h . , ntly
large itock of the but goods "i the mar
ket, cut! glieespecial attention totl' nbolasule
rsucii of tti. business
AJIO DKALak M
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
Fish, Eggi, Northorn Butter, Sic.
Between Washington and Commorclal
Et-t.ixsla dfjneied tit of chame.
Hotel and Restaurant
Two door, ngrlb uf tlit Calm and Ylucnnu
WK. WKTZEL, Proprietor.
ATItUSTY watch kept nluM anj iiy for
tnlm and .tombvatii
Hit bel of kavminoUtlotia for trantleut
KUt.U al Two lullr pr lajr
ICE! ICE! ! ICE!!!
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
Wholwalt and Retail Dealer. In
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIRO, ILLS, and COLUMBUS, KY.
At Hul.n & Wilson's, ComerTwelfth St.
ana onto Levee.
Wi: will; run nn Ire waRon throujhout the
;i.anii. ililiiiriii!- mire lake let 111 nllT
part of the city at the loHiwt matket price, and
'..ill ..I ... r. 11. A.I I. ...i.M. tli ihr u'tth
HIIIHmiUIIII.il "III lltrim, um.ri. ... ......
ve br tie rakr or car loiul, lucked 111 anwuiut
or hlimcal to aur dliUnce.
"TheBcst Thing in the West."
kliitw Iop:h I Mi h E. E
a, 000,000 jOl. cues
Of the lnjst Fannliig'attil AKTieUltural Ijuidiln
Amerfea, ltuUil in wd near thr UautirtU
CiitlouwoMl nd flrrai Arkauaa rulluya, lh
11 Year' Credit, With 7 per cent. Inter
it, and 20 per oent. Slaoount
r 4 nr. iiiii'UMiBD
To purchat! of J-aud.
,E3t'ticular, with map, glvlnsfull luforma
tlou, sent fix-e. Addrtu
Acting Ijtnd Commliiloner, Topka, Kan
as. 137 1-7-wSiu.
LIVE AGENTS WANTED
To sell lilt. CIIASK' RK('II'KS Or, IN
yuUHATION FOR KVKKYUOUY, In ertry
ronnty lu the United .States anet Canada. En
larged by the 1'iibllsher to C48 pages It con
tains over 2,000 ItoiiMliold recipes, aud Is sillied
li all clusces und condition of society A
wundcrfnl liook and a hptitehuM uerosllv. it
till at sight, (iruitmt liKluciinents ever of-fei-rd
to book ugtnls, bntuplv untiles lent by
mail, post pulil, for r.xchnlv trniUny
rlreu. Agents more tliun ilnuMn their ii)cimc-.
Addrwi. fill. CllASK'S STKAil I'UINTINO
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1875.
The British Quarterly Reviews.
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Addres HAltrKRifc UKOTUKUP, N. Y.
THE JAMES BOYS.
TBA0IC AFFRAY IN CtAY COUN
TY STILL A MYSTERY.
What Hie Hotticr of tli lo
tKrom the Kama City Journal, January a-th
It Is a well-known fact Unit lnc the
death or Vlc'b thi dclu;tiri'.who Lh
auppbsed to liitvu belli , liiurdvretl I)) tln
Jutnes boy sunu! liioiitlm ngo, that par
ties liuo been working .eccri'tlv "
TUB rttCKMWS DAHINO
of Uic boy baa niadethe undertnklnjr one
azardou nature, win scrveu lonoid
tn rlipclr tbou who wlilitil ftclilevu
fame In that direction, nml tne mruggio
which occurred on Sunday night certainly
ceined to show the would-be captor Hint
they had met focman worthy of their
At present we arc ttnablc to give any
thing authentic ns to the siiccest attend
ing flic efl'ortJi of the detective'. They
came, we learn, with rctitihitiona In their
tioekets from Iowa, nml armed with
united Slates warrant, nnd, at they pass
ed east Monday, we presume they are
either in Chicago, or soinuwhere lu Iowa,
with wlmteveruml whomsoever they may
have captured, mid until their story U
told, we presume, the facts will not bu
The liotise, tiirroiinded by a cominodl
ons yard, staiuN fronting the eat, on ele
vatel ground ; the (-.tt part U oim mid it
half Moric.4 high, all the remainder but
oneMory. North of this yard li a t?k
lot, on the west end of which 1' the barn.
Kast of the yard Is the lcu-houv, and but
a few feet from that a small granary;
these are distant from the house ierhaps
Tin: i-LAX or attack
feemed to have been by stationing part of
tho detective squad in tne rear or tne ice
house, part lu the rear of the barn, as this
was iiulicated by the many footprints.
The remainder attetnpte! to tiro tho
house at the kitchen end. at the notltwest
corner. Following this the torpedo, eov
ered with combu-tible material and sat
urated with turpentine, was cast through
the vjndow Into the kitchen, occupied by
thanpgro woman. The torpedo was of
ca-t iron, shaped like two saucers brought
together at the top, or rim, and held In
place by a wrougli Iron band. This ra
to be exploded by fun-, and whatever the
Intent might have been iu Its use, it evi
dently WAS NOT TO If ARM
the family, as they slept in the adjoining
room. :rud not lu the kitchen, of which
fact th(5detectlves must have been aware.
The forties differ in testifying as to the
time tlft shooting commenced, but the
inot ollthem say It was after the explo
sion otenTe torpedo. ... .
TIi'MRlmtier of shots tired Is variously
t.1,11111 nt from four to twenty. Seven
holes anneared in the fence at the norlb-
i-.i't corner ol the yard, Ik'sIUos marks of
bullets on the fence sejiaratlng the yard
from the hoiiio lot, and tired from the ice-
It seetm probable that tne James noys
first learneil of the attack at the time of
the explosion of the torpedo, that they
tried to escaiw from their room over the
eait front room, uy means of the v nuiow,
letting themselves down uy means at
hand; and attempting to gain the barn.
Mr. Samuels, at the ilrst alarm, aro-e,
went out ou the porch and around to the
lorth side oftlie house, w hero lie loimii the
kitchen on lire. Ho tore oil' the weather
boarding and extinguished the flames,
and returned to the kitchen, where he
found Mrs. Jjauiuels, Jier son and the col
ored servant, Mrs. S. attempting to re
move the burning torpedo.
He at once sel.ed the infernal thing
with tonifs. then with shovel, and hurled
it Into the chimney. Says the reason he
did not throw it out of the door was be
cause his family was near the door. The
explosion oon followed, wounding Mrs.
."Samuels ill me riK'n. ion-arm, criiMiiug
both bones about two inches above the
wrist. The ltd received a contusion ou
his left arm, and a fragment ot the shell
passed into his left sldo uud Into the cav
ity of the body, causing internal hemor
rhage, eventuating In death in nbout three
THU MOTIIl'.K OF THE JAMI'.S HOYS.
From tho Kansas City Times, 2? lh.
The Times man rcnuestlug n personal
Interview with Mrs. Samuels, the hu!
liaudiiud nhyriclan made known his re
quest, anu she readily consented to tho
proposed audlenc?, her physician, I'r.
Sheat, telling her to talk slowlv. Sho
was loumi occupying a ikmi hi tne room
ndjolnlng the kitchen. 'J'lie i'urnltiiie in
the apartineui was piam, ami every tiling
about it indicated that no ordinary hand or
taste had suggested tlte arrangement.
After liaviui! taken some stimulants. .Mrs.
Samuels sent word for the reporter toap-
proacii her ucusitie. sue met nun witn
an extended hand the left one and
said, lu a sad tone :
"I give yott my left hand. Tim right
ono is gone, toirn nun that poor,
wrinkled member lying by Itj-eit in the
The reporter asked her if she would
care to tell hint anything about tho trag
edy of tho tiCtli-
She replied iu a voice which at lirt
was weak, but which grew strong as she
proceeded. Tho following I the Mill
stance of her remarks, almost veibatlm :
'They have killed my poor little . Inno
cent bov. 1 hail often thought ol what
might happen to Jesse mill i ranu, ami
was prepared to hear tnot anvthliig; but
I never expected to see thk 1 never
thought that I should live to see my net
child sticken down at my side. Unit
night Ids brother and sNtcr went to a
party In the neighborhood. Archlecamo
to ino iu the evening after they had gone,
and, looking Into mv face, said: 'Ma, I
am so hungrv, and brother ami suter
liavo gone to a parly. They wouldn't
let moL'o: but I am ulad of it. I'd rather
stay homo with you mid papa, l ou 11 ;
go to Kearney to-morrow, won't yon,
and bu vine something!?' I dressed lilm I
nil in his new suit, as ho inked imi to do, i
and lio sat uiion my knee, 1 thought ho
never looked so beautiful and coiilldlng. i
Oh, sir. I never expected this! My poor
Tim reporter asked her to desisi iioui
further allusion to thu story, its It
was only calculated to make nor icet
She raised her hand and said, "No. I
want to tell vou what a noble boy ho
was. When his papa ami I got tip I in
night of the lire, he went with us into tno
kitchen. When we were all excited ho
! told hlssUter and inn to go out; tint wo
mlL'ht get hurt; lhat ho would shiy and
, be i) nut out tho lire. Just then tin
shell burst, and he fell. I whs struck nt
the same time. Dr. Samuel brought mo
In nnd laid mc down here. Then ho
brought iu Arctic, and the poor boy
spoke nml said, M'ut mo In bed with my
poor, dying innmina; ictus dlo together?
They brought him to me. and he laid hU
head upon my face ami klsMil me. Then
he noticed my Rbutten.il arm and said.
My God I look nt poor mamma's arm. I
won't live till morning.1 They then
took him away, and niter a while Dr.
Sheets came In and told me he couldn't
live much longer. I said to him, 'Oh I
God, receive the soul of my child.' Archie
heard mi;, und replied, Tell my mamma
I'm better.' They were the last words he
spoke. I used to be a woman of forti
tude nd resolution ; It Is gone now. 1
could stand niiythhag but this. Oh l why
did thote. cruel men takoliuii away V All
1 crave now is t live, " Tnn.
eirnis vmWi more. Hero upon my bed,
from whlcUl may never get, dp, and
within sight ol thu face of that noordead
boy, I give you my word that tho Jnmc
loy were not hero on the night of tho
trouble, nor have I seen them since the
1'itliday or last April. I heard there
were uoiecuvcs nere last week, out i felt
no uneasiness about tbu matter, for I
knew the boys were not here. The old
servant I have has lived with mo 2"
years. I have lived on this place flint
long. I have been married lo Mr. Sam
uel fourteen years. I raised Jesse here.
Archie was Jmt eight years nnd six
months old the morula he died. I will
be forty-two years of iye next February.
If there was anvfightlfcr here that nlcht
I don't know It:"
Mrs. Samuel made some other remarks,
but they are In substances the same as
her testimony before 'Squire Albright.
At her reqiieit the reporter went to sec
the lifeless boy whom she loved so well
and ot whom she constantly spoke. The
summer winds never klsnsl n fairer face.
It Is girlish In lt beauty; a mother's
forehead. In fact her Image- The hair,
short and oft ns silk, is Hack as the
whig ol night. He was ilres'cd in a suit
of Confederate gray, and had his play
mates entered and m-cii him as he lay In
the elegant casket, and not knowing what
trad occurred, they would have smiled,
because he seemed the very Image of sleep.
As the many friends gathered tibout the
cold form, his fathercainc.mil kiicltuttbe
side of his idol. If the men who had
thrust thu lire-ball into this hniihold on
the morning of tho 2Clh could have wit
nessed what others did at this moment,
they would have uttered one nraver for
givenes", n iney never had thought of
3 1 a holy thing before.
Schenok'a Falmonfc Syrup, Sea Weed
Tonic, and Mandrake Fills.
Tliefc deservedly celebrated and popu
lar tnedl;lncs bavo clTectcd a rcvolutlMti lu
the he. ling art, and proved tbc fallacy ol
several maxims which have for many j cars
obstructed tho progress of medical sclen.c.
The lalse siippueitlon that Con-umptlon Is
incurable deterred physician irnui attempt
ing to flod rcmcdle-for that diea e, and
patients aftllcted with it reconciled them
selves to death wlilioui making an effort to
escape from a doom which they supposed
to lie tinavold ible. It Is now proved, how
tver, that Consumption can be eurcd, nnd
fiat It ha been cura-l in a very erenl nuni-
iitrrlcivn (some oruicin nppaieully des
nemo onvsi nv scntncK's l'uimnmc avrui
alone; and lu other ca.c s by the same med
icine In connection with Schtuck's Siu
Weed Ionic and Mandrake fill', one or
both, according to tho requirements ol tho
Dr. Schcnck Mm elf. who enjoyed unln.
terruplcd good health for nnre than forty
year.-, watsupposid at one time to be at
the verygaloofdea'h.hliphy.lcl.nu having
pronounced his c.i.'c hojiclo?, anil aban
donuJ him to Ids f.-te. ffo was cur d by
the aloresald medicine, aid since his recov
ery, many Ihoibaiuls-Imllirly altectudhavc
u-cd Dr. SehcncL's preparations with tho
same remarkablu luccoe.
KjII dlrcellons accompany cich, making
It not absolutely neccs-ary toper.onally sec
Dr. Schtnck unless patients wish their
lungs examined, snd for this purpose he Is
prntee.iunally at his principal olhVi, corner
Sixth and Arch street", 1'hlladclplda, every
MociUy, where all letters for ndil'e must
be nddresjed. Sishenck's medicines ure
sold by id druggists. rMJO-lm
TIIKIii: Is more Am in Hie
I liroinos l'l.UCK than any
Iialntiil or printeil story that has
ven given t-. the nubile for years.
Never before liu. Ihtii aeexpleil to
any plctiuvorsetof pictures, the
Mtulurlty the-e (Jhrnmos have
uUiilnol .Size, tlx by luenty-
two iurhrs Price, ten dollnif
ddreis orders to
J F KYIIKU,
Ofrvrt nn hkwa
WJtJ.JJ thills flnh uiy
Al'uh Keiuiily will not etlcctuully eruillrate from
the system. Only .V) rents for rull illiertlon lor
couiiiimndiUKthu medicine. Satl.laclion gnar-antn-l
nr niMicy- refiuuleil. Adihe.s It. W.
l!t.'KI.I Mineral s-nrlnts, Ohio.
The preat illsentery of the
nje 'lluie Is no pain which
the C'enlaur I.lnlnirnt will uoi
relieve, no swilling which it
will not MiiHiue, snu no nime-
rfj ncis which it will not cur
B"--l his I mrong laiiguiitfe, but It
recipe It printed arouftd each
botlle A elivulsr eoutaliihis ccrlitlrutes of
womleihilcuies of ihiiimalinn, neuralgia, lock
jaw, sprains, swellings, senilis, ralml breasts,
iwlwnoiH bites, n-oeulVct, gout salt rheum, ear
aehe, Ac , and Ibe recliie of the liniment will he
tent gratis to any one it is I lie most vriMi'ltrtlll
braliug and ln-ielleving iiRent the norhl has
ei r proilueisl It H-1U in no article l-fore IUl
sell, and It sells beciue It docs Just what It pie
lend to do. One buttle nf the Centaur I.ini
invnt for animals (jellinr wninpei) Is worth a
huudltil dollars for tuviued, sliiuiueil or called
hoiei and niulei, und for new-worm sheen
Vn rmilu or htock-nwner can ull'onl In lie with
out t.'ent.iur l.liilinent 1'ilce, SO cents, lare
hollies SI .1 II 1IUSS A i o ,
03 llicttdwav. New Vurk
ClASTOItfA is more than a substitute fur
I I'uitoi-iilt It Is ihuonlv safe article lu ci-
i Istt'OCf which ll sine lo ie,nilule the bowel,
' cute whulrnlte and nroiluce nslund sleep it Is
' pleasant to late UilMii'U ueeit not cry aud
muthw may slreii, o-cwiy
Mr JlI?JI!.!Ktaal 1 1 SUM
ZANONE & VALLA,
RESTAURANT. OUT YQUIt
FRESH SHELL OYSTERS
Corner Twonty-Elghth Strqot and
'- ws its n-Alnl A irnmi A . v
WWJtllUVi w ait as. w v w
J. . Zauon.
. if. VaUil.
AXD PaUlAB Uf
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTEB,
Under Oltj NatloaaJ Bank.
IWIt.Lsell In ear-loal taU al maaafMtutera'
rilK, addtaaT arwifcl. " '
HARRISON & CO.,
(8aceeor to D. Lfurd A Ct.)
And Dealer la
F101TB, CHAIN ud HAY,
No. 63 Ohio Lavas.
TLOUR AND GENERAL
JOHN B. PHILLIS
(Sueceaiors to John B rhlllls)
And Dealers In
HAY, CORN, OATS. FLOUR,
MEAL, BEAK, ate.
Agents fgr LAXLIH t BAHO TOWDES CO'
ICorner Tenth Strsot and Ohio
Z. LI. .Vstlmu.
M C fill.
MATHUSS & TJHIi,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
O-fli Oliio Iiovoo.
K. J, Ayrr.
S, D. Ayr.
AYRES Sc CO.,
STRATTON & BIRD,
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Lovoo.
II A. Tlioini.
Li. D, Thoini.
THOMS & BROTHER,
(Successors to II M liulen,)
And dealers in
STAPLE AND FANCY
Forelun and Domoatlo Fruit and NuU
184 COHMBRCIAL AVKNUE.
G. D. WIJaIaIAMSON,
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
Sl'KCtAL attention glrea t waljuuiuU aud
"TTTliM AM Tti BiaTTH, X. D.
RKStDKNCRs Ho. 11 Tblrleenttr etrW, W.
'.ween VTsihlDgion arenu and Walnut street.
OrriCKi North aide of Klghlh street U
twtB C'orarnsixlal and WaihlDf fori aTeliue,
Q vr. DTNNINO, Jf. s.
Comer Klath etid Welaet
OrKICKi Corner Slith street and Okta Ir.
omen itouua: ifronj a a.m. tolima'aM '
ft-ora J to 8p.m.
jyti, w. BiiAtrw,
OFFICE: Uuiler's Illock, (up-italri) , ceta
eighth street and Wuhloiton aTenue.
3 AJtUKL P. WKKKLXS,
Attorney at Lair.
OFXICKi Ohio Leree, oter room Cometly
vaujjicu vj KiriinaiMnaj j
Attoraoya at Iaw.
OITlCEi Klgbui Street. Utweea Canuaar-
clal aud Wahuita STtauM,
vytuniin,o'uliku7,.y 1 cmo. n-u-som.
QBKEN St OltdsBRT,
AttorncyN and oHHHoIni
at I jaw.
OrriCK: Ohio Ties, room 7 aad erar
L.uy .auonai imdk,
Ullbert, CAlItO. ILLINOIi.
53-Teclat attention gtren to Admiralty aad
U lHi,W: I.I.A.N KOl'M.
There will lie an onnortunttr for fltudenU to
enter the University, immediately after the bol-
Jlonilny, Jimiinry 1th, IS75.
1 ultlnn is raac to all who are sent br Cmmlr
Pniierlnlenilents, Mqiervlsors, JuiIkcs nrbya
Iteinrnentatlve District To such, an incidental
fee of Two Hollars Is charged per turm, accord-
inir io ine nuiiuie
To other tuition In the Normal Department la
s.(X) per term ; In the l'reparatory Department
M isi, aud in the I'rlmary or Model Depart
Tli Instruction In Thorough,
and embraces Writing, Drawing, Singing, Cat-
Hthenlca ami I. locution, In andltlnn to all the
Common and High school studies, and IaIU
and liret k, Higher Miilhamatlcs, Chemistry and
(iooil board can be hsd at rcaonable prlees
$3 SO to .V00 per week
The Soring Term will oiien Monday, Mareii
IMh, 1S. JAMES ItUllAltTri, M. 1).,
w 1875 Pw
Vlmplemonts, Fertilisers, etcTI
Namberhif 1 TBpage (ad cooUlntagMTa
bruHil colon JpiatH,nH& receipt'
Catalogue, wlUunt plate, fx U aJX
S5 Cortlandt St.,
Fro. Fowler's Great Work
THEIR MUTUAL INTER-RELATIONS
Iiove: Its Law, rowers, Ac.
AGKXTS are selling frnni IS to !S copies a
dny Pend for tiiecimea page ami terms
,u nAniiB. miiii rrc- niij iuii iiivi., ii.au iij
other book. Address Nations! 1'uhUthlng Co. ,
I'hiLideliihla. l'a.. Chlcaro. 111., oral
Wholesale, Retail and
W lloo ac'
Ournor I'Oplui iu.il DloTenlU OSreeU.
Bi3rniEhost Cash Frioo nald for
Hogs and Cnttlo.
FITS CURED FREE
A NY person sofferini; from Uie above duteaae
XX Is roiuested to adUreas Dr Price anil a UU1
bottle or his UHslieiur wilt be forwarded FltKK.
Dr frire Is a rKUlsrphyiichui, and baa made
the treatment uf -
PITS OR EPILEPSY
a study for years, and he will warrant a cure by
the ue of his remedy .
Do not fall to semi to him for a trial bottle) It
costs nothing, and be
WILIs CURE YOU,
Ko matter how long standing your csu 'may
lie, or how many otlter musdlM may hate
Circulars aud tvstlmebUU sent with
Bl klMV la1 nalir IbWIIIIM laHeHa aaaaaaaaaH . aaKV
ngit CttMftu hl cawfv lawyiM