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0 D. After .. W. Stewart.
ARTEE & STEWART.
(Successor to I) Artcr A Co )
No. 113 Commercial Avonue,
"Bristol & Stilwell,
Kcon ovcrvthintr ncrtainintr to
tho lino of Stnplo and Fancy Gro
aorloB, Woodonwaro, VcgotabloB,
runs, ace, ace
Pressed Corned Beef,
Pared Dried Peaches,
Michigan Dried Apples
Dooloy's, Royal, Price's,
Lrillott's, Liidlam's, ana
Preston fc Merrill's
A Horse for Solo.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN TIEB CITY.
Qooda Sold Vory CIqso.
Corner 10th St. and Commnrcial Av
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
23 XI TT3 111313,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
aow unaaos, eia.
Ahrayi on lianil, the celebrated IllumluatliiK
Corner Eloventh Street and Washimr-
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
O. O. IXTTMIaJBS,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Bullotln Building:, Cornor Twelfth Street
and Washington Avenue,
BhCounty and lUllrond Work ipetlalty.
Office, 23villtVa. a3iliaia.cr, Comer 1"wlftU. Street anA "Waoli.la.crtn- -A--roil'.l.
YOL. 7. CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1875. NO. 48.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholfale and Itetall Desist Id
Foreign and Domestic
WI.VUH OF AM' KIIi JIN,
No. 60 Ohio Lovee,
MKSSIlr. SMYTH A CO Have sn.17
n lame (lock of the beat Kood Jn lie "isr-
krt, and true Mciai uksuodmik"
rancil or tne uusiucm
AND KKALKH IK
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
Finn, Eggs, Northorn Buttor, ace
Between wasUlnnton ana commercial
EJ-GiiotU dili'ned frt of charge.
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS , Sec.
Hotel and Restaurant
Two dour north of the Ciro and Vlnwnnej
WM, WETZEL, Proprietor.
ATIILVSTY watch kept night unit tUy for
train unit steamboats.
The lt of arcommodatlou fur transient
guest lit Two Dollars ixriljy.
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
THOMAS SPR0AT & SON,
Wliult'ala ami ltctall Holm In
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIB0, ILLS, asd COLUMBUS, KT.
CAIRO OFFICE :
At Hulen & Wilson's, Corner Twalfth St.
ana umo i.evee.
WK will; mil n Ice wason throiijhout the
Hoison, ilellvtrlng piux- luie Ice in any
part or the city at the lowest market price, aim
will ulsoluruish our frlcnil out ihle the city with
eo liy the cuke or car Iwvt, packed in bawUust
or thiuiuent to auv illitance.
"The Best Thing in the WcBt."
i AlcKison, Topska & Mi h 1 1
Of Ihelwat rarmluxauil Agricultural IjiucI lit
Ann-rlcn, ulttwliil lu uml near the tnumnil
t'ottimwooil aati (ireut Aikansiia valleyi. the
garui'iiol tue weal, ou
1 1 Years' Credit, with 7 per cent. Intor-
est, anu u per ceni. uiicouui
I' A 11 t'. It F V Ml 1! U
To purcliaaein of IjiikI.
r-L'lrculari. willi man. iclvlug full iufurma
Acting I.1111I Commli'iloner, Topeka, Kan
las. J37 1.7'Wam.
ZAN0NE & VALLA,
FRESH SHELL OYSTERS
Corner Twonty-Eighth Stroot and
J. D. Zmoitt. . M. Valla.
OlUcr I'ronmrll' limit.
Sew Vork Herald.)
A corrcjnondent of the London Times
ilmwg our attention to a strong corrobo
ration of tho main Incidents of the story
lately told reflecting the liraci ot tne
I.nrti Protector Cromwell, to bo fonnil In
the "Fifty Yearn' llecollectlons. Literary
and I'crauiial," of the late Mr. Cyrus Iteil-
(llnir, mill rusting on me auiuomy 01
Ilnmcu Smith, one of the authors of "Ite-
Jcctetl Afltlrcwi," At. Keiltllug write?
- . 1 . ... Hull , Otl't .1.11'...-
under uaus iiucui ibzi r iom. -ace
Smith wui acquainted with n medical
ifentleiiiau who had In IiIh po'Mlou the
head of Oliver Cromwell, and in order to
gratify my curiosity he gave me a note
(Ol IlllrotlUellOlll HI mill, men; i:.uiii-
lianled the head a memorandum relating
to It history. It had been torn from the
tomb with tho head or Ireton and llrad
fhaw afler the accession -or
Charle II., under ft feeling
of Impotent vengeance. All three
were fixed over the eiiUTancc-oi iuii-
mtiwlur Hull, tin- other llOliCS of tllOH!
three distinguished men being Interred at
Tyburn, under the gihult an net well be
fitting the Stuart chunictcr. "During a
stormy night," he nthl-i, "the head In the
centre, that of Cromwell, fell to the
ground. Tliocentry on gunru uuiicuiii,
Having a natural rceet for an heorlc
soldier, no matter of what party, took up
the head and tilaceil it under hit cloak un
til bo went oil uuiy. no men carneu u
to the KuskIIs, who were the nearest re
lations of Cromwell' Inmlly, and dlsno.
ed of it to them. It belonged to a lady, a
tlenxnilantof the CrotnwelU.who did not
like to keep It In her liouse. lucre wa-a
written minute extant along with It. The
illapperancc ol the head (oil- eftiulu-
iier nam in ineniiiiueu in uine ui nit
publications of the time. It had been
carefully embalmed, as Cromwell's body
Is known to nave lieen two year oeiore
it disinterment. The noMrlU were tilled
with a nubjtauce like cotton. The brain
had been extracted by dividing the fccalp.
'I'lm iiiiiiilirtiiu4 within were tier-
feet; but dried up and looked like
parchment. The decapitation bad evi
dently been performed after death, us the
ctJite ol me nesn over ine umunuui
neck plainly Miowitl. It was nacived,
nml thi! severance had evidently been
done by a hand not u-ed to the work, for
men; were several oiner cm ueiuo uii
which actually wparatcd the bone. The
Uard, of it clietmut color, seemed to
hav grown after death. An allien pole,
pointed with Iron, had received the bead
clumsily impaled upon iu point, which
i"iini out an inch or so above the crown.
nmtv unit time-worn. The wood ot the
iitatf and the skin lb-elf had been perfor
ated by the common woou-worm. i
wrote to Horace Smith that I had seen
the head and deemed It genuine. Smith
replied : 1 am gratltled that you were
nleased with Cromwell's head, as I va
when I aw It. belm: lully persuaded of
it identity.' " It remains, then, on re
cord that two peraons, both men ot the
world anil of large experience, and yet
so different from each other In character
na IInm Smith and Cvrim lleddlllir.
were atMKd with the evidence brought
before them to prove lu belug genultie
nearly ilfly yearn ago.
German silver and other rdloys have
been used for forks, tpooin. and oth -r
articles or table ware; and the mum have
been plated with silver, and also with
nickel. When this platinjr is worn oil,
the metal, being ol u uuiereni coior, :i
pearslna ver- objectionable manner;
and, besltle thN. tlie metal Is compara-
tlvelv sou anu name to ueuu. aim is nut
adapted to use iw a knife, because tlie
edL'c will not remain sharp. Heslde tills,
the silver ot the tilatlnj; is an entire lo
after the platinff is Injured or worn oil".
To remove tnee ouieciious. .nr. nun
WrlMit. of (Jlnstonburv. Conn., pro
poses an alloy of silver which Is cheap,
vcrv strom: and chustic, and hence adapt
ed to ue in the manufacture of Turks,
spoons, knives, and other articles of ta
ble ware, nnd thereby dippeiisiiiL' with
nickel of tilver plating; out tne auoy is
not limited in Its Use to these articles,
but may bo employed for any object to
which it is available. The nlloy consists
of silver, 25 parts; nickel, 18; eopcr,
35 : and zinc, 22-100 part. Tlie copper
and silver are to be first intimately
melted w ith a suitable lltl.N. sucn as lime,
chalk or borax, or two of these materi
als, and to these the nickel Is added. The
nickel will melt Willi case when thus in
troduced. The zine is addeii anu tuorouRii
ly mixed. This is perfectly performed be
low a covering ot silica, and a rod ot
phunbap) can be ti'cd for stirring. This
allov is adapted to being rolled, forged,
.. t - 1 1 1 1. u..ntiMi n.i
or OllierwisU women, mm n- it-iium.", iiii-
neallng from time to time. The resemblance-
to pure silver Is very clo.e, nml
tho metal Is capable of receiving n high
polish, or of being burni.-hed. Tho coat
of plating Is avoided, and tho sliver that
is introduced Is always available, as the
nllnv can bu melted and worked ill) Into
dill'crent forms without los, or thu sliver
extracted. This proposition we consider
n valuable one.
Statistical tables show that there are In
tho whole world about 104 cities with
100.000 Inhabitants: nine witli over a mil
linn: twelve with from a million down to
500,000; twenty with from 300,000 to -100,-
000: tlitrty-uireo wiin ironi uu,uuo 10
300,000; and ninety with from 100,000 to
200.000. The nggregate ot me popuia
tlnn nf tlicso lurirc citled eoinnrises lllly
million inhabltauU, that is to oay tlie
twi.nivIfflitli nart ot the entire pon
ulatlou of the L'lobo. Thu
nviTtiire noDulatlou of u town Is reck'
ancd to bo for Kmiland. -17,770 Inhabit
ants: for France. 32.231 : for l'rusMa.
15,000; for Sweden, 6,840. The density
of population in retcrenee to area is ior
Paris 329 Inhabitants tier hectare (about
two acres and a half); for London, 103 ;
for Ilerlin. 50. Tills density varies con
siderably from one district to uiiolher; It
is generally thu highest in thu poor, or
manufacturing districts, Next to these
llures come thoo which represent the
average density in ngarii to dwelling
places. It Is lu i'eterDiirg na
eaeh house ; lu Vienna, 40.4 ;
32: lu llerliu, 32 ; In I-ou-
Ct'lllfUliiK Ntnte Pitiers.
(From the Shreveiort (U.) Times,
Tlie critics aro nfterQov. Tilden of
New Vork and Gov. Leslie of Kentucky,
The former speaks 1 11 his message of tho
"social barbarism of nu uninhabited wil
derness." The latter, in his State paper,
alludes to n "femalo colored girl." Thin
is mentioned its on a par with thocelehra.
ted sentence in President Taylor's mess
age: ' We are at peace with the whole,
world and thcrcst of mankind."
AJilrnniti'r'n Wny of WlmMiiR n t'oun
a Wi-ncl nf nnH. who i the mo't an-
omnlhhcd salesman In Jlurllngtoii, and
U kejit ven bniy In one of the ui-town
dry gooiU store?, wa complimented not
long H1IIC0 III meiouowiiif; uiuiicr imu
form, to-It: ,
He had a countryman in the torc and
wn trvlnir to sll lilin n very handsome
piece o'f ladies' drew good?. So he ihnhed
aneau in lino siyie, iirai-uu iinjutiuiiiui
the pattern, extolled the texture of tho
fabrli!, held It up to a favorable light,
vouched for iU ultra-fasliloiiablenci"; and
lu short let loo u torrent of eloquence,
which it wuh diniciilt to dUtluguUh
which was the most llaltereii, the taste or
the admiring granger or the qual
ity of the goods. Thu rurallsl's eyes
Hashed with gratified lirlde at
the complimentary Dilution to
hlmclr, and unconcealed aston
ishment at the eloqucnee and tlucncy or
thu salesman nml the development of
beauty in tho goods. Catching our friend
oy me arm, no sain, nam ncre
ono inlnnte," anddahcd out or the store
Willi one or two nounu. uur incmi
stood n little bothered, holding the bolt
of good across both hand, juntas though
he had fro.eu in the nttltude lu which
he had Impressed the granger
man meantime the latter Indi
vidual whi-ked two hounclng
girls out ot a carryall which stood in
front of the store, and half pulling, hall
pushing them, brought (hem up in front
of the lluent tongue. "Gals! Stand there
right, there, Sally. Now, blister, yv it
it gain, I jei' want the gati to hear you .'"
it is almost neeuies 10 say wai uur
friend was comjiletely dumb-founded,
and once in his lire the nimble tongue re
fined to run, and the Anti-Monop . two
daughters mised the show. L'vlumbus
Mute Cluirltiible Institution.
In resnonve to the Albricht resolution
communications wi-re received from the
Soldiers' Orphan-' home, Suite Normal
el 1 1 idI unil Mind asvluui. Thev show
the number ol Inmates In the Orphans'
home to lxs 31C. nuinbcr of olllcers and
emnlovcx '.'(i. amount of nsure'rate sala
rles $1I,72J. The products of the farms
nrc: all consumed hi the institu
tion, and that there are no paying In-
It appears that In the Wind asylum
there are 107 Inmates with II! olllcers and
10 employes, whose salaries lu tne aggre
gate, am $17,000. The amount of money
received from sale of uianuluctiired ar
ticles lu two years was i '20. Nothing
wa reeeivcii ironi paying imnnies.
The state normal schools at UIooming
ton report 1,0.72 students. The number
or olllcers Is not stated but their salaries
are In the aggregate $J0.C(X). For tui
tion the Institution received f(,200 in two
Wlint Did It..
MVtiblngtoti SpecUI to the Boston Tost )
Apropos or the countermanding by
the President or the recent order given
bv Secretary Hristow, transferring lnter-
..t.i & t. ij f ..1,1 n ....
HUI JOL'lllli: i31ll;i " l-Ul lb 1-5 Mill Utll.
Grant and Mr. Tom Murphy have lately
been disnortluir thcuibclvt-H behind a tialt
of $10,000 bores, brouuhthcre by Super
visor jicuonuiu oi m. i.ouis.
Carpenter A Nnd rawwell.
Ir'rjra the Clucionati Commercial.)
All ! Matthew Curponterl No more by
tlie sau sea waves w men ua.n ou sara
. f- 1 1. ...til .1.... I.MVfin.J.II.l.nll
wiille n Senator witli flowing inane beside
woman lair mu wny pursue tne
Don't Hiit-k, Illicit, CoiikIi, CoiikIi!
Oo'teh is asymntam by which various dls-
catod conditions ot the throat, broncial
tubes and luuss ma-ilfcst tligmelvcs Hut
whether It atises from the lrrl'atljn pro.
due d in the tbroit and larynx by taking
cold, Iroman a tack ol'llronchltl", fixm In
cipient Consumption, or lrom various
other came, nothing will allay It liioro
speeilllv or cure it moro permanently tlisn
Dr. l'lorco's Oolden Jlcdical l)lcovery.
Itdooj ir t matter whether it Is a recent
attack, or a lingering cough, tho Discovery
Is in cither caie equally well odaitcd for
Its relief ami permanent cure. In fact, It
wilfcure a coiiKh in otio-hulf the time lice
csiurv to euro it with atiy other medicine,
acd it does It, not by drying it up, but by
removing: tliccause.Hitidiung the Irritation,
and healiiiK tho allotted parts. No time
should be lost In commencing the uo of a
iripcr mcd cine for t'ie relief of a coun,
nr nrles .this roiifro Is nnrsned. fcrlous
aid danger jus disease nf the ltm?s Is liable
to result- itoiu n Jleillcil uiscovery is
so'd by all ileal en in medicines
"IDV virtue of three tcveral rxreutlona to
bv the clerk of the Circuit
Court ot Alexander county. In the .Stale
of IllluoUone In fiuor of n.in It-1 Trice,
one in favor of l'alrlck Mocktar .anil
one In favor or Ilemant McManus, and all
npilnst the Cairo and Vlncennes llallruad com-piiny-1
pruprrty. 111 tlii' I'oiimr 01 Alexander and Mnt
of Illinois, to-wlt: Iits liunibeml one (I) ami
two ('.'), in block iiimilieivd trle ()'.'), nud
lulu numbeivil M'lun (7) and elxht ( lu lilm k
nuinlieriil tnvnty-lhlu.' (ill, In (lis- First Addi
tion to the city ol Cairn, in the county ol Alex
under nnd Mate of Illinois, at the properly of
the said Uiirnaiiil liirennes Itaimunciiuipiiii
which I shull offer ut i.iiIiIIr .ile at the Mint
wet door nf the Court llmite in the city of
C11I10, lu the county of Alexander and Slate of
Illinois, 011 the '.Sitlid.iy of Felmiar)', A. 1,
187.', at the hour of eleu-n o'clock, 11. m . fur
ia.li, to nutUIV said iwmitloiu
AI.KX II 1UVIN',,,
Sheriff of Alexander county, Ills.
Cairn, Ills. Fib. 4. 1875. Sl-l-l-wSt
KKAI. I'.STATi: Ai:.T.
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prlcei , atlillng Freight,
FLOUR AND GENERAL
JOHN B. PH1XLIS
(Succrsfors to John II. l'hillig)
And Dealers in
1TAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
HEAL, BEAN, etc.
Agents for LAFLIN k RAND POWDEH C0'
Corner Tonth Strcst avail Ohio
:. 1). Mathtus.
E. C. Chi.
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
3L Oliio Xjovco.
E. J. Ayres.
S. D. Ayres.
AYRES Sc CO.,
WH01.IXAI.1; Ultot i:iis.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AQENT3 AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Iiovoo.
II A Thorns.
L D. Thorns.
THOMS & BROTHER,
(Successor to 11 M, llttlen,)
And dealera In
STAPLE AND FANCY
Forolirn and Domestio Fruits and Nuta
181 C0MMEHCIAL AVENUE,
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
QFKCIAL rtttcullou glf tu tocouilcuiUMiti and
KJ uiuuE oruera.
Pro. Fowler's Great Work
THEIR MUTUAL INTER-RELATIONS
Lots: IU Law, 1'owsn, Ac.
AOKXTS sre dllng from 15 to 'i3 ooi!m a
day . tiud for iwcimen paire sud tui m
lo aiEwiu, suu aeo wuy u (ten imict iiuu uj
IiUmi, Katli.il lulllMhLiiir f.'n..
fhlUdsliibia, I'a., Chicago, 111'., or HI. toul,
-yiLIJAM R. SMITH, X. D.
ItKSIDKXCEi No. 2t Thirteenth ttreet, be
tween VTaahlngron avenue and VYalnntitm-t,
OFFICE! North utile of Eighth itrert be
tween Commercial And Wihlo.tton avenue.
Q W. DUNNINO, X. D.
Corner Ninth and Wslnut
OFFICE! Corner Sixth street and Ohio Levee.
OFFICF. HOUIiSi From 0 a.m. tolSm., and
jjr. w. BiiAxnur,
OFFICKi lluder's lltock, (up-Ulr) , cornst
Klghth street and Washlnicton attnue
Attorney at Law.
OFFICE t Ohio Levee, over roora formerly
occupied by First National Hank,
AttorneyM at Law.
OFFICE: EIrIiIIi Street, Utween Commtr
ciat and Washington avenues,
w'l'lCic'"' I CAItlO, ILLINOIS,
AttorncyN mul ConnMclorN
OFFICE: Ohio Levee, rooms 7 and 8 orer
City National lUnk,
Ullliert, CAIRO. ILUNOI3.
C3.ierlal attention gUen to Admiralty and
There will be an finiuirlunltv for Students lo
enter the University, iiuimiliately ufltr the hut
Mondny, Jiiiimtry Itli, 1H73.
Tuition Is fhci to all who are t tnt bv Countv
SuperlnteiiilentSi .-uiwril-ors, Jmlges or by a
Itepmcntatlve District To such, an Incidental
fteof Two Dollars la cl.arircd r tvrra, accord
Iiiar to the Muttiie
To other tuition In the Normal Department It
tS.ouprrterrui In the Preparatory llepartrntnt
SG en. and In the l'rinury or Model Depart
mcnt .' CO.
Tlie Instruction Is Thoronsti,
and embraces Wrltlnjr, Drawlne, Slnjrlnp, Cal
isthenics and Kloeutlon, In aildition to all th
Common and Illcli rool tludles. anil Latin
and Creek, Illghir 51iithrinatlca, Chemistry and
tlood iNnl can be hud at reasonable prices-
rrm will oien Mondiiv.
JAMES ItOUAKTS.M. 1).
Seedsl Plants 1 )
Implements, Fertilizers, etc.
Nnmberloc 175 pases and contilnloe St
Uaitfltl colored plain, mailed on receipt
of SO cents.
Catalogue, without plate, frt to all.
85 Cortlandt St.,
BOX and BASKET CO
All kinds bard and soft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &0
Mill aad Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
Betwssn Wasblnmton and Commercial
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Washlutrton and Commercial
Avanuei, adjoining- Hanny'e.
KEEPS fur tale the Lett Href, I'oik. Muttuu
Veal. Lamb, tauiag. ic . and U pre
pared to icrvc faluillu lu an acceptable manerr
Wholesale, Retail and
Corner Poplar and Elevtath ItreeU.
tar Highest Cash Prieo paid for
Hoga and Cattle.