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Alter
J. V Htemt
ARTER & STEWART.
(Succmsou lu l. Arler A Co
GROOERS
ASD
Ooininission Merchants
No, 1 1 It Commercial Avtuus,
CAIRO,
ILLS.
- .
Bristol & StilwoU,
FAMILY
GROCERS
Rcop ovorythlnR portnining to
tho lino of BtuplaitntLFanoy Groi
tjorion, Woodouwuro, VcgotableB,
Fruita, &c, Sic.
'TIT
SOAP PLANT
POWDER!
One Pound will make 8
quarts soft soap.
English Breakfast Mixture.
TEA
$1.00 PER POUND.
A Sores for Salo.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
. CAIRO ILL.
v.h:tv stoiu:.
New-York Store
WHOLE8ALE AND RETAIL.
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th St. nnd Commercial Av
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
I'AI.M'A.MMIILS.
B. F. PARKER,
Dealer III
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Papor, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &c.
Always on hand, the celebrated Illuminating
AURORA OIL.
Brown' 33xxiXcliiae,
Corner Eleventh Street ami Washlnif
ton Avenuo
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
J. O. XXTTIEXjS,
PROPRIETOR.
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
Bulletin Bulldlnir, Corner Twolfth Street
and TashIutjton Avenue,
Ciro, Illixioiu
rt"Countv nnil Ttallron'l Worli a eprrlnHy
Hi
A
VOL. 7.
i.uicou in:Ai.:itH.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and I'.elull Ihtilcrt In
Foreign and Domosiio
LIQUORS
iVI
WIXKS OF Alili KINIM,
No. 60 Ohio Lcvoo,
CAIRO, ILLS.
XT sm If. PJIVTII A CO hue nntly
1YL 0 lntKe iloot or Hi itl (finni in nit iimr
ket, and Klre fim-1u1 Rttcnthm loth' hlm.il
ranrli of Hie bualnes
ici:.
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
JOHN SPROAT,
Wholmalt on. I Ketall llraler lu
PURE LAKE ICE
Cairo find Knnkakco, 111.
CAIROOrriCE:
At llulen & Wilson's. CornerTwelflh St.
nnd Ohio Lovue.
In it I run in Ice nmrn throughout the
M-amn, ih-litcrlntf iuir laic len In any
irl of the city at the lnwet market prlc, nml
will ullurofh my friend outuM'th" city with
c- Ijjt llt mlr or ear load, jiacknl In cswdtul
or liltinient tn unv dUtancr.
iio.vr m oiu:s.
SAM WILSON,
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS, Sec.
No. 110
Olxlo Zjovoo.
iioti:i.s.
GRAND CENTRAL
HOTTT.i
AND.
SALOOKT,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Corner aaieXitli. S3tx-oot,
WM. WETZKI.. Proprietor.
A
HtllsTY wateli kept ntlil an-1 ilny fur
t ml lit ami muuiNmtJ
'Hie Iwt of ai-wmimmUtlon
Ifucatt ut Two Hollun tr day
fur trannltiit
a-ts-ir
rrrs.
FITS CURED FREE
A XV icrson etiffrrliiK from the above dli-cn'e
. It miueited tii addre.n lr I'rlcennda Irlal
iHittlr of bin nu-ticlnc w III to forwarded FKKK
I)r Price is a rej(Ularliylciau. ami hn-i made
the tmitintnt of
PITS OR EPILEPSY
a tudy fur yearn, nml he will warrant a cure by
the tKcof his remedy
Do nut lull tu wml to him fur a Irlal bottle; U
coeU iHitliluf. uml he
WILL CURE YOU
Xo matter how long standing your ra.e may
It, or how many otl.er rvmediet may have
failed.
t iicul.irn ami tcntlincnlal ent w llh
FREE TRIAL BOTTLE.
liMrni
DR.
CHAS. T.
PRICE
New York
"j-6-il-ilAnly
HENRY BREIHA.N,
Oliio Xjovoo,
Dot. Second and Fourth StrcotB,
Wliulr-nlc .tint Hetnll Dealer In
MilwaulsoQ Boor,
Berliner Weiss Beer,
Bottled Ale,
Sweet Cider,
Seltzor and Soda Water, Etc
EJAIvays keen u heavy utoek on hmul, nml
l nieiiaml to fiirnUh fiill 'iiillej on very hort
notlii-, nt the lintft nites.
hunt lu yuur oiiler. i -j..-iiu
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
Dealer in Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Between Washington and Commercial
Avenues, ucuolnlnir uanny'a.
KKKl'S for (ale thu beat Heef. Turk, Mutton
Veul, Ijinili, Suiihiku, Ac . unit U jno
(iMeil to fine fnniilU'S in nn nerri tahlv iiinnr.ri
nil
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, APRIL 1875.
ghc u!lctin.
A HORRID CRIME.
MIBCHIEtMIAKINO KATHEH-IN-LAW
KILLED,
Alli'inptcil Nlilrlilr "f II"1 .'llirtlcrir.
II txnon, Jlicii., .Mairli '20. LawrciiPi!
Wr.iko W n yoiiiiK Minn, twwity-two y'ar
of ngt; ami of k'xhI nionil diaiTielor. lit)
h t-niiiliiyeil to work on thu rnlliti.nl
m n-clkiii liaml, Iimr inlle Kititli or this
place, wlifiu ho llvt'd. He wti innrrkil
Kim elKlitci'ii iiioiiUm no Irt tlio ilmili
I it of IVtir Whioliiirncr. iTmnnoiily
Known :n "1'lalilliiK IVtc." wlio. Iiy llic
wiiv, vn ntlilicicil lu wliWky. There has
Imi'ii ironlili' in lh f.innly of yotin
Dniko fur oinc tlini', cnttnil liy,Vlm
litttnrr. nnil. on l'rlday, wlilli Draku wn
on iliilv, WlnelinniiT caini-nnil took away
Draki-'i win- mid ( lillil the latter eleven
nionllik olil carrying them to ltomc.
four mill' mhiiIi ot lliN place. YiMinjr
Dnike, at nllil. Ilndlnir hU lionn; ilt-c-rt-ed
hv ttlli, fill Ul. nnd Mime hotieio!d
oinl-i. heeanio highly oxelted, and at
ontr ili.-lfrmlned to jjo and yet liN rhlld.
As Tele had frequently threatened liU
111, ho procured :t reolver, (xtuie to Uan
for, hired n hori-e, nnd nrrlved at hl
father-ln-liiw'K house about half-jiait 0
o'elock. The family wen- nil abed, e
eeitiny Drake'H wife, who mt rocKliif
lnr child in tin; chair. Drake pleaded
to hi wife to t'o lioiiiu with
liltn, but In vain. A Hit mumc
roaxhijr. he Micceiiled in yetting
the child, whereupon he left the home".
Ill wile -creamed to her father, who
aroe, put on his clothe", grabbed a
butcher knife, and jjave clian'. O .crtuk
Iny I)rakcoineforivrodfroin th'-houe,
liedemanded thechfld. A eullleenued,
and during the melee Drake dre hN re
voler and llred three shot", one takiii;
etluet in the hack v( the bead, and killing
U'lnehnnitT on the .-pol. In ihu iitrun;lu
Dmke dropped tlii eiilM. and the family,
lienriny the report of the revolver, at
once camu to the spot. Drake came to
Ilauor, art ivinz about 1'J o'clock, and
applied to the .Itt'llce for paix;r- to nr-re-t
NVIneburner, not knowing that lie
had killed blin. Falling to n-t out the
p.iIMT he next called upon a lawyer
Calx in (.'ro at hi ic-ideuce, made a
ftatemt'iil of the fact to hlin, and aked
citin-cl. He Killed for jhmi and patMT,
and had conimeuced a letter to his futlicr,
mother and brother, telling them hU
race was nearly run, and making a di-Ki-illon
of hi, cUcet, when there e;ime a
nip at the door. Ho nrroc, drew hU
revolver, pointed it at hU heart, and tired.
The ball entered jttt above Ihu left nip
ple. Glancing. It pa ed over the heart,
and U Eiippo-cd to have entered the lilir.'.
lie w:w taken to the Sebrlnir hoii'e. and
medical aid summoned. At tliU wrillujf
be U yet alive, and there l a fair pros
pect of his recovery.
"death.
Host to Ilclnl tlicCerlntii 1'wneiHMMir
Die .'Miiliitfr.
(From a Us;tiiie It rrof ColliiK l
III view of Hie fact that ome er-on
have tlii lenr of live-burial, u positive
si'ii i quite a de-lder.ittlin. 'J'o ;et any
short of putrelaetion, w hlcli i the only In
fallible one which would .suit everybody,
is plainly out ot the que-tlon. li the jilalu
evtiieiict") that death ordinarily 'hows U
not taken, I he doubter would not believe
if the dead man hiinelf were to speak.
Capcr ny it would be well If lejiai
meiiiclne could anwer every iiie-llini ai
iccuratelv a whether or notdeatliexi-t'..
lie "oos (leenlv into this que-tlou, not
onlv of death itell,but "how loti''dend."
Ill work upon horeiislc Jledicine, I may
av, is by far tlio best ever produced, and
will conniare favorably with the h!''he-t
ellbrt.s In nnv Held of literature. I ex
tract Irom his chanter of 1 iianatolo''v the
followiti'' si''us in the order in which he
ha I'iveu them:
First t allure of respiration and elrcu
latlou.
Si.vond Litstcrless appearance of the
eve.
ritird No stimulus can produce re
action.
l oiu ih I lie body frrow. nliy white
liorld coninlexious relalnliiir their color
longer than other-; brubestnttoo-niark,
li-coloratlons of skin, produced bclore
death, remaining.
! Ifth Gradual escape of animal heat,
varying In rapidity as to the amount of
fat." the eca-on anil the particular dlseae
whicii caused ucaiii.
Sixth General relaxation of the mus
cular svteni, tlie bodv becoming exces-
-Ivelv limber.
(With only tlie above .-igns death ha
occurred ten or twelve hours at fartlie-t).
Seventh I nela-tic condition of the eye
ball at the end of twehe or eighteen
hours.
Klglith Hypostases, or "death spots,"
on the skin.
Ninth Cadaveric rigidity "rigor mor
tis" or stiffening ot the corpse.
(With these slirus deatli lias occurred
within two or three dav- at farthest).
Tenth Putrefaction,
Hcferring to some of tlu'o sign of
death, it may not lie uninteresting to ex
amine in detail some of their phenomena.
Cadaveric rigidity comes on in eight or
ten hours. It commences at the jaw and
pa?es down the body. It Is brought
about by shortening of the muscles,
chletly the llexors, and Is. supposed to be
caused by '.be coagulation ol the llbrln.
It passes oil' generally within three days,
though it may last much longer. At
times It Is entirely absent, and has given
rle to hopes that death had not occurred.
The temperature, after death, may rl-e
instead of falling. This happens after
special diseases lock-jaw, for Instance,
llodlcs may remain warm lor a consider
able period, e.-peclally when covered.
He.iides the ordinary signs of death
there are other phenomena which ate
worthy of mention. Alter an ordinary
burn, a you all know, u blister arises. 1
This does not occur upon a dead person,
Uotton soaueii in coai-ou wrapped closely
to the skin of a corpse and set tire to,
will not blister. The llatno of an nrgand
lamp blown upon n dead man causes on
ly the slightest appearance of vesication,
easily distinguished, however, front au
ordinary blister. This has been proposed
as n test for death when necessary. It
has had a practical bearing lu answering
(he question beforu the courts, "Was
such a person burned to death, or was ho
burned utter deatli, perhaps to conceal
other methods V
I'lirlniiv Ilecovcrles.
From u Lecture by I'lof. 'owlln on Death J
A curious fact In connection with the
causes of deatli is how much any leg of
the tripod on which life rels may be In-
Thin
All
been
I rU of libeitles for liitanee, have
I taken with the brain, not only Willi lin
I punltv, but ."oiniUlniei seeinlnly to IN
po-lllve advantage. Dudley, ot J.exlmr
I ton, relate the cae of n man vlme In
t,.n..,.i u-iib iiikIiIit.iIiIv HlmriH lied aller
the lo- ol 'veral tencnptuU ofbialn
sub-tance. Gen. Tylidall. the eoiilii of
the clenll.t, rcci'iwl in tlie battle of An
tlelam n mlnnre-ball through the ba-m 01
UU brain n point nbove all latal n fth
Iiil' origin to Hie nerve-', lie entirely re
covered after sK months !llne. There
wa u man nmr IIo.lon om-e, who-c he,d
wnn perforated with n taniiln-lion In
SSScSffl5?: .
I Mtw iiiv.-elfn3-'r n"n " 'f,'"' wbere n
love-truek voutli wlio,lK(fiUeIiUnweit
heart n a'cil to dullc upon hlin. put a
pistol to his temple and let lly. He al-o
live with a bullet lodged seeral luetics
lulde the "knit. I may nM. lhouli the
fact ha no cleutllle benrlnu' here, that,
either nt this proof of devotion or nt the
pro'peeto! early uldowhood. the rr
married liltn.
lltimlreiN of lntatiees an- recorded
where life has Ijeen su-tnlued for :i con
siderable period alter wounds of Die
heart, lu such cases the muscular llbcr.s
of Ibis orpin have closed over the wound
antlpreveiitel fatal biis dln'. Hill Tool,
the New Vork fimj, who-e death n Hum
Imt of year-'inei-eaii-edsui'li excitement,
1Im.i1 forty days. I believe, Mltlt a frood
sized bullet lu hU heart.
'J'he Inns, oltener than the olhcr two
le-'iofthe tiljio'l have been damaged
Willi Imptuiity. ludeeil. -hock-, bleeding
and liillammatory trouble' form thcfrreat
dllllculty here, and not the immediate
siiolllnjr of the pneuinati': maehitie.
(.en. Slilelds had a rape-'-hot' lluoii'h
his chekt hi .Mexico, and lived to take
nart In the civil war. Indeed, men have
liceii completely riddled, and yet havore-tu-eil
to die. In plte of sclelitllle coudelil
nation. I lecall an lustatice In mv own
experience, where a youn gentleman,
wounded In live place, in two
or tlirci ol which it was thought fa
tally, lived to reward the six physicians
who had told him A lor their learned
opinion.
Pluck ha a "mat deal to do.ln sustain-
ln life. Without belli;: able to inea-iire
o.- explain It, everv physician sees exam
ples of this how one man cllnjrs to life
through ilesjR'ratc clwnces and another
lets t.f, for k-ciiiIiipIv trivial cause.
'Hie He II mill 'iiiiiirtleiit .
From l'lirnian' Auliiiiltlri of tan? Maml
It is 'aid that, at a certain time, doubt-le--some
year. a''o. the deil et 1111 a
claim agalu-t the Indian., to Connecticut
as his peculiar domain; but they belli'' in
io--e;sio!i. were delerniiiud. of cour-e.
to try to hold it. The surfaces of Con
necticut and Long I-laitd were at that
time the reverse of wiiat they are at pres
ent. Long Maud was covered with
rock-, and Connecticut was Iree from
tlicin. The Indians relued to milt on so
-liort a notice and accordingly both par
ties prepared for the content . HI Sa
tanic Maje-ty ero-.-ed to Connecticut
to enforce his claim by dl'po-scsnliig the
Indian; but he wa. disappointed. The In
dian were too much for liltn. and forced
him to retreat to Throg's l'olnt. The
tide being low and the pa-s;igo not being
very wide, the demon -ecureil his retieat
bv -tepplug from rock lo rock until lie
reached Long Maud. After having
seated hiin'fll in Hie middle of the Maud
at Coran and brooding over hU defeat in
sullen humor, he suddenly arou-ed him--elf,
and collecting together all the rocks
lie could conveniently get at on the i
laud, lie depo-ited them In hcap nt Gold
Spring, when be auiu-ed hiin-elf with
hurling them acro-s tho Sound on the
fertile plain of Connecticut. The Indian-
who lat remained In that part of the
country not only undertook to show the
slint
that
mt where lie stood, but nlo lulstc
they eonld discern the prints of his
feel.
How Mr. I.inrolii I'o relive Iliiu,
All editor of a weekly paper, publi-lietl
in a little village In .Missouri, called at tho
White Houe, and wa admitted to Mr.
Lincoln's pre-ence. .He told .Mr. Lincoln
that lie wan the man who first suggested
his name for the presidency, anil pulling
from hi pocket au old. worn, defaced
copy of his paper, exhibited an item on
tlieeiiiect. "Do you really think." said
Mr. Lincoln, "that announcement wa
the occasion of my nomination 'r" "Cer
tainly," said the editor; "the -ugge-tlon
was o opportune that It was at once ta
ken up by other papers, and the ieult
was your nomination nnd election "
"Ah ! well," said Mr. Lincoln, with a
sigh, and assuming a rather glooinylcoun
tcuaticc, "1 am glad to see you and to
know tlii, but yon will have to excuse
me; I am Just going to the War Depart
ment to see Mr. Stanton." "Well," said
the editor. "I will walk over wltti you."
The President, with that apt good nature
so characteristic of him, took up hi hat
and said, "Come along."
When they reached the door of the
Secretary's olllee, Mr. Lincoln turned to
his companion and said, "1 -hall have to
see Mr. Stanton alone, and you inut ex
cuse me," and taking him liv the hand,
he continued, "Good by; I hope you will
feel perfectly eay nboiit having nomina
ted me; don't be troubled about it; 1 for
give you."
-
Tlie lloitselieeper" of our Ileiillli,
The live is tlio great depurating or
blood eleinslng ortfan of tlio syttem. Set
Hie great housekeeper of our health at
work, and tlio lou' orrupiloas which gen
der in tho blood ami rot out. as It were, tlio
machinery ol life, .no gradually expelled
frjin tho .vsteui. For till purpoto Dr.
l'lerct'ii Gulden Medical Dli'iivery, with
small dally dossil of Dr. Plo'co'n l'leisiut
l'urgu Ivu Pullets atu pre eminently tlio nr
tlelos needed 'lliev euro every kind of
humor Irom tlio worn scrofula to the coui
tton pimplo, blotch or eruption. G-eat
eut'ng ulcers kindly heal uiubr their
' inlgliiy curative Inlltteecc. virulent blood
, poisons that lutk In tho sy-tem aio by tbuin
1 robbed of their terrors, and by their pre
I serving anil comewliat protracted uso die
I most tainted sjstem may bo completely
renovated and built up aiiow, Enlarged
1 plnmN, tumors and swellings dwlmllo
away and disappear under Die Inlluoneo ol
tholr great i'ooivenu. Sobl bv ull dealer
lu inecllcluey.
Sheriff! Sale,
BY hliienrun exei'iiuou tonic illrccteil hy
the tletk of the Clreult Omit of AIe
nmler county, In the .State of iltlnoit, hi favor of
i lie soutmu-.ieni iii.ur.imt v.niiiiiuy lor tlie
ieof John O. llaiiniui, lleeelMr, anil UKulinl
WIllliuJ Allen nml II, Watnou Webb, 1 haw;
Iv jeil uiioii the followlin? ilescillieil iiropeity,
In the city of Cairo, county of Alexander ami
state of l(luoi,to-vlt. 11 numbered lle (.1),
lu block munlK'i-eil Ihlrty-two (.!.'), as llieiioi
eity or the nalil II. Watoii Webb, which I nhall
oiler ut public Mile, at the nouthuest iloor of the
Court llmi-e, lu the city of Cairo, In the county
of Alexander uml Male of UliiioU, on the 'Jim
day of April, A. ! 1P. at Hie liourof eleven
o'clock a. in . for until, to mitUly talil execu
tion. AI.K.V. 11. IltVI.V.
Sheriff of Alexander romay, llln,
Cairo, l , April 1, 17 l l-vr.'l
lured an l .Mill the ctrueluro .Hands-,
make It sometime' dllllcnlt lor the
i lor to wear In court whether sueh
such a wound was nece.al ily fatal.
lull
lit
WM. GLENN & SONS.
Head-Quarters
IMMBNSIS STOCK! (ill UAL
COFFEE Rio, Lacruayra. Java. Mocha.
SUGAR New Orleans,
syrup New Orleans and Eastern.
TEAS, TOBACCOS, and CIGARS.
Finest Assortment in the West
Commission
AMI m.AM.IIS IS
Provisions,Flour,Grain, Seeds, Dried Fruit,
AND OTHER PRODUCE.
68, 70, and 72 Vine Street, CINCINNATI.
-;..ll
F. M. STOGKFLETH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer In
POREIGrN JSJJSnO DOMESTIC
Wines and Liquors
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Keeps a full stock of
EiIoia1ru.clc.y Bouarloon,
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
-RHINE.
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
coii.mi.smo jii:i:('iiamn.
C. CLOSE,
Ucneinl
Commission Merchant
AM DEALKIl IM
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
nAIR, &C,
Under City National Bank.
1 WILL nil In rar-lnoil lota at manufactmen
inlces, siMlns Kreliiltl.
JOHN B. PHIIXIS
AND SON,
(SiuvejsoM lo John 11 PIiIIHj)
FORWARDING
ANti
Commission Merchants
Ami Dfjlers In
nAY, ORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, etc.
Ageuti for LAFLI1I ti HAND POWDER CO
ICornor ToutU Stroot
Lnvoo.
and Ohio
Z I) Matluiii.
K C UUI.
MATHUSS & UHL,
FORWARDING
Ami General
Commission Merchants
Dealers in
FLOUR, GRAIN, IIAY AND
PRODUCE,
aL Oliio Lovoo.
E. J. Aytcj.
S I). Ayic4.
AYRES & CO.,
And gentral
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
itr.Ai. i:stati: aiiknt,
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.
Real Estate
JINO
HOUSE A.C3-HIrTS
COLLECTORS,
CONVEY ANCEHS, NOTARIES JiLIC
AND
Land Airenta of tho Illinois Contral and
OurlinRton mid Qulncy It. R.
Companies.
North Cor. Sixth nnil Ohio Lovoo,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
J II. I AM II,
M J- IIOHI.M
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
7EI.T2A.JLm ESTATE
-AMI-
Hougq Agents,
Collectors and Convoyancors.
OFFICK At the Court Hons?
NO. 88.
for Grroceries !
VARIETVi! M IMUCHS!
Hard and Soft Refined
Merchants,
BOBBINS'
MB MM!
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
CAIROl ILL
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
EVERY DESCRIPTION.
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
Of World wido Reputation.
Acknowledge bj all Rool Jluslclan-. to Ik the.
licit I'lano now mad-
TIIE GREAT UNION PIaNO,
Of which we have -olJ ovor -100 during
twelve j ears ia-1, hvcoiiilng more ami inoir
popular every day.
i! i.Mn v nnfi i v
ojiiiii o JiJiiiniu.'ui uiitiitn.
S'ikniliil tone, l'ow r ami Durability.
Kimball's Orchostral Organ,
A very lino Instrument, adapted to lintril.
in ntnl as well as vocal untile.
Am. tiii: aiiovi: aim: uffkukd on
L-iy .Monthly Payment-, at low llgures
reganlbiss of I.St Prices.
Bum mmm
In great variety, including all the iidv
and popular mili-lc ol the ila.
Orders from the Cnun'.ij
promptlv illldil end -cut
by man.
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ACCOlilWONS, I'liAKINETS
FLUTES,
P1C0L0S,
TADlBOniNES
I'RKNCII IIAIMS. KTC. KTC.
Band Instnunonts of all Kinds
rurr.l'hcd to Order,
8THIN0S FOR VIOLINS, OUITARS, ETC.
01 the llcst iuallly.
Classical Studios and Exorcises
Of all grade for Piano or Voice.
tjTlIvery ihieripllon of Musicd .Mi r
eUiuullse furnished lo order, promptly and
at prices lower thin cut ollercd before
c;i:nly aio of
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue nnd 1'rlco
List ol these beautiful groupes,
All Goods Warranted ns Represented.
Address,
ROBBINS' MUSIC GAZAP,
Cairo, Illinois.
Till: MASO.N iV HA.MI.I.N
ORGAN COMPANY
Wl.V.Vi:ilS of three highest nied.iU nnddl
iiluiuii of honor, nt Vienna, bit, mid
r.iili, Iso7, now oiler tlie lineal nxiortuiciit ot
the Imt cabinet orir.nn In the world, liulmllnx
new btjles with recent lliiiroeiuenU not only
exclusively for null, a lornierly, but alio on
new nlni' of iny iiiyiiuiits, the iiiott fiivorable
eer oll'ereil Oriraiw mited ulth lirlvlbve ol
iiiirtha-i', to iiliuodt uny jwrt of thu country.
Vir-t uiueiit 'J tJoruiwiiriU.
llliuitrateil cauiloguei and circulars, llh full
inrtlctthirii, et frei' "l reitnett. Addn
MASON Si HAMLIN OROAN CO.,
Ibis New Voik orCliliMfo.
?ntti "Kzam
I'llVSK'l.i.'VM.
yyiLI-IAM It. SMITH, M. V.
KKSIDENCE- Xo Jl Thlrtwnth utreel. be.
ween WiuIiIiikIom avenue anil Walnut atreet
OKPICE. Xnrtli shle of KUhth lnl he
twrni Commircial ami Wathtiiittoti atenue
Q W. DUNNINO, Mt D.
ItKSlDKSI I'. r.,rt,..r .i
OV'I ICK: Comer Hlxth stns tamlOMoUtii.
Ot'FICB llOtlll-s froniBjin toUm.uiil
iVom i to t p m
Gorman Physician.
OKFICK lluiW Itlock, (up-itain), corner
Klghlli atreit ami Wadilntnu aTcnue
I.AWYf:iM.
J OHN H. MUI.KEY,
Attorney at Law.
caiiid, Illinois
OFFIfK Kijrlith Street, Iwtwn (.ommer
cial ami Wa.ililn)(ton areniirs.
JAMUKL P,
WHEELER,
iltoi'iiey at I4av.
OFFRI
I! Ohio Inc, over mom formerly
lf I ly Flr?t National lljr.k,
IM
( AlliO. ir.M.VOPi.
Q.REEN
& OILDEUT,
Attorneys and CounscIorN
at linn-.
UFFt'K Ohio fre-, rnom.s T and i oler
my .aiionai ijiiiik,
t.nrn, )
Ulllurt, J CAIRO IM.IMOIS,
William It
w uumi II
Miles Freil'k tillliert
flTWneelal attenllmi critn tn ti1ml,-a1ie Nml
3teiinihoat Inislm-i.
min('i:i,i,a.m:oi'm.
OUH
Illustrated Catalogues
F0R 1875 op
EVERYTHING
FOR THE
GARDEN!
Seeds! Plantsl5
Implemcnts, Fertilizers, etc.
rinmbermif ns ptjes anu containing are
IxaitHful colored jrfafM, mailed on receipt
of SO cents.
Catalogue, without platci, fret to nil,
35 Cortlandb St.,
NEW YORK.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
IKwIcOn
LUMBBB,
All Vlinlsj hard ami soft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &c
Mill and Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Stroot and
Ohio Lovoo.
DANIEL LAMPERT,
Fashionable Barber
yOJITU SIDE OF KiailTH STREET.
Between Washinxton and Commercial
Avenues.
HOWIE BROTHERS,
PACKERS,
Wholesale, Retail and
Commission.
Wilcox's BlooU,
Corner Poplar anil Elovonth Streets,
SoS-nighcflt Casli Prico paid for
nogs and Cattlo.
''The Best Thing in the West.
Atchison, 7;::-h I bta Feo 1 1,
j9l 3ST 3D S
IN KANSAS.
a.ooo.ooo AOIIES
Of the licit Fariuinjf and Afrrirnlliiral Minis In
Aiueiicn, ulluati'd in and uiar the brauund
Coltonwooil mid (iit-.it Aiknnnai allcys, the
ininlenofthe Welt, en
11 Yearn' Credit, with 7 per cent. Inter
est, anil SO pur cent. Discount
ter Improvements.
v a n k it i: v v . i i: i
To uircli:nerj of l.niid.
H3-t'lieiilai-, Willi limp, kIWiib full Iuf mw
lion, chl tivt. Addieai ......
A, ,N. JOH.SII.,
Aelluf I.nul Lniunil. tinner. TutK-ka, hail-
sa. -
EGGS
TOR HATCHING
Fiom the
f.illowinx T.nlellesof I'i'mk llnre
I on t
A I H-t Vvr Dojieii.
Il.uk nml I.ls'ht llrahniast Una ami 1'attrMcr
Cix'liliiiliniui.iiiil White i.clionif lloiidam
and lln r (ilej D.nk ng.
I wa t rant oi'e.rall or eaili ilwcti l.fK l
Dwell. Iflhej do nut l will i lace lUmol t
cent ierdoen.
Semi stainii lur circular.
Addles. tuAAi; I.VM'I
Mnlbvro, blaik l mini) .
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