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A1 ItORA OIL.
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nnd waanincton Avonue,
tJ"t'onnty nwl Itailroii'l Wort .-lliy .
Tha Beat la alwaya the Cheapait?
Tha alldlng top la without laami or
hlngea, and cannot gat out of order.
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In n ajaivantt ad Iron tnnk. Prloea radueed.
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OV CAM MAKB IT VAX.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1875.
TO HOW5Y RVKN
"'In Ixinny cj-m" lliloal went round
With mlrtli. ami wlnr. and launlilfr,
Wlifn merry Jft and dla hail drownul
All lli'iUKlif if lad hfuafl'n
"To Ixniny tjn," anil ttirn I thought
Or litr'a f IomI with fud!". fratiKlit,
Kroln whtnc her amil, nn fair nnd lrti-,
.ihoiis Furtli a fiom dtfp its the blue .
"TiilKinny rjM' It wa Ibe time,
Wbii mirlli and iiiniltir.it nouring,
Wlieii tray wlldl'Ht iiml ulldeot rh)ln,
rat all I lie lM touring
Anilil the Innd ica'iitndlnjt Klee.
A vlilon fair mum! InrV to me.
A (itrrl, pmc fare and bonny pjea,
I.Ike aunthlne retn through iureaklc
"TolKinnjr ejfa" earb lunirue wai frauirlit
With eazer loter'a uale,
While I alone 'at atlll ami thniiglit
or her Willi rj V like iJlr.
And na the lithiimlnK nip wo iioJ.ed,
Willi mihk, and irn rry numl, and Jeat,
I cmly orilielaiichlnKirnwd,
I'ledKi-d not her Iwany eye aloud.
I deemed that on hen Hp of mine
''I a lieattlfM doer.ration
To blend her pure aweet naroratid lne.
In heclleia ll"lmlion
Ami an, amMM tlieilln and riot,
My tiiiitrne alone of all kept iiulet,
Anl from myrJi.tir I lid nut rite,
1o pllKt aloud her linny e)e
Hut in my hmrt 'if h'-nrli I -aid,
A thiiiixaiid liniea, "O'i'I blext her,"
And wllli mule lipniidlieiided head
Praje I anrel lurda fate! her.
And deep her anul na pure and fair
An llll" burn 'nealfi aumrr.er air,
And make tne HI tuiiieliine ti, win,
Her rullelen heart no frcr from ln.
Onil Kmnt that nllcn n to-nljht,
When Idly l-vni ami lnnlnic,
Thoe bonny erea mT rlne In ilslit,
n holy, pure ami wlnniiiir.
And wllh one irentlr, InrlriK irlanre.
Awake me frniit rain fully'" Iraure,
And then In heart, oil o'er and o'er,
IMIpInlicc to bonny eyeatVr mcire
THE LAST OF A DESPERADO.
A Majnr In I lie V.H, Army round In
be nl lite Ifi-nil of n linn tl of llomr
'ibleiei-Miiil llown In flln Trarka,
tDenter (Col .) Tribune.)
The coinjillcntloiiH aiirrotiniliu tlit: I'o
cahout.M iiihif, xltuati'd nt Ko-ltn. not far
from Canon City, have llnally n;sultcl In
a Herco ami laUil conlltt, by which one
lidi ha Ihm'ii aacrlllccd, it not innrf. The
iniiu kllli-d the notorious .Miijor Gra
ham, who was dl known in Oetivuras
one of the ino-t (lauKeroin of during df-pi-radoo'.
The Major wa a native of New York,
and lu the early part of the war hevaine
a contpicuoiH p:irthan cotiimander ot the
Union force lu North Carolina. He wan
a fierfect athlete, a -pleiKhd horeman,nn
accurate hot, and u ibrliii: and imperii
imlons aa any man whoevcrdrewa eahrc.
For lii ervlwH he was appointed, at the
clo.e of the war, a Klr-t I.li-utenaiit jn the
rc'Milar army, and aielgned to duty in the
H t-t. IJy the ei-rvlce he rendered against
the inuiaii allied ny more or !(- poiincii
Inllueiice. I. lent. Graham eoon Im-c-iiiio a
full-blown Major, and ai such became a
lH-clal favorite at rort Leavenworin arm
In the city of that name. U hlle at thU
pot lie paid Ida mlilreaava. to one of llie
moat Httrnctive lumen oi avetiwortii,
and It was only by an accident that the
nu-riaiM' nan nut cou'Uinninleil.
l'he nlL'ht previoua to the day on which
the ceremony whs to take place, the com-
nandinjr oltlcer at r ort Leavenworth re-
cflved direct InstrurtloiiJ from the nr
lieiiartineut to place Major Graham In
iron', and keep him In solitary confine
ment till further order. Although the
order created an Immeii'e surprUo at the
fort. It wa literally obeyed, and Major
Graham found him-elt in a felon's cell,
Instead of occupying, a lie had hoped, a
bridal conch. A court martial, however,
subsequently explained what seemed at
the time to Ik inexplicable. The evl-
encc before the court elablUhed the
fact that Major Graham, while wearing
the honorable unlf.irin of n I'lilted States
officer, hid tieen the secret head of a hand
of hor.se-lhleve lu Kansas ; had nl.
while lu Utah, been In league with the
lowest class ot gambler and thieves :
and that he. hadayHtematlcally stolen nnd
old horses ironi me maniei oi tne gov
ernment. The court-marlial fenteneed
the Major to lie dishonorably diamicd
from the service, to be debarred from
ever holding any olllco of honor or trim
under the government, aim to serve a
term of ten year In a military prl'On.
Through sonic unknown Influence this
sentence was Indorsed only so laras It re
lated to the dismissal or the Major from
As soon as he was in possession ot a
uualilled freedom, the .Major started for
Denver, and Here became, as oi yore, ine
asiocliite of evil and dangerous elates.
Hi- llrH attempt at public robbery was
made on r.ivma-ter llrooks, nt I'lver
llcnd. Kor thl offense lie was tried and
sentenced to two year. In tho peniten
tiary. Iielore hi term expired ne organ
led an escajn! which proved partially
iiccetul. U'e ny partially lceauo he
and liU associates made good their es
cape, but they were all Mibsequently caii-
tureil, our ot tiicui neing Killed, anil iuu
Major hini'i lf severely wounded. Ho
served out tne rel ot ins term, nun wiien
released went to linita, where he opened
a whi-key-den. It was prohally here
that he arranged, with others, the Juinp-
ng of tlm rocaiiouia. mine. i no
' lumpers" kept pos.psslon until day be
fore yeiterdav, when nil the miners in
the neighborhood resolved on clearing
the mine of lbs fraudulent possessor.
How this was dour; tho dispatches tell.
The Major was caught on hi way to Ifos
Ha. On Mug limit ted he turned to run,
hut fell dead In his tracks, pierced by
pome twenty-live balls. Graham' part
ner, a man 'named Hoyd. wa arrested
shortly afterward, and is likely hung Ix;
fore this. Tho rest of thu "lumper"
liavo been atroeted, but ns to what dispo
sition will bo made rf them we have hs
yet no means of knowing.
From the Philadelphia I'rcatiy terinti.
From the World's Jl3ensary I'rlnllng
Otllce and IMudery, Hutralo, N. V., we
iiave received ' I he People' Common
Sense Medical Advi-er, In plain English ;
or, Medicine Simplified," by It. V. Pierce.
M. D., Counsellnr-ln-ehtrf of tho Hoard
)ispenarv. Whoever heliis humanity
In It struggle with its Inherent weak
nesses and diseases, to htar or run, Is Its
iw.iii.r.ipior. lu-norauce Is not only of it-
elf a rause ot dleau and mortality, but
it In tlie enemy of every et
fort to euro or mitigate. Nothing
will so speedily remove thii cause a
knowledge (an elementary one at least)
of the dic:'s to which we are heir, as
well an those minerindueecl by our own
Imprudence. I)r. Pierce has rendered,
In our judgment, a 1-enrfaetor: service,
both to the atlilctod ami to the profess on,
In Id diagnosis of the diseases trenred or,
and hi the presentation orthe philosophic
principles Involved in their cause mid rc
v01tiA 5aVu.llAija, Omm TwolaMa, txaat smd TTuhlwHan .-rn.M
itnoval. He li.nparliiK of remedies, and
iistiully prescribes such as are snfe In un
skilled hand!. A n book merely of ab
stract knowledge, it Is exceedingly read
aula and Interesting, especially the fol
lowing fuhJceU: Cerebral Phys
iology, Human Temperaments.
Pseudo-IIvgietie. tho Nurilng ot
the .Slek. .Sleep, Food, Ventilation,
cto. In one nhiibter on another suhjecl,
so delicate In Its nature that It Is Mint up
I beyond the domain of wnrnlng to nil hut
pny.iician.s, so neciirscn in " ie-uii-.ni
modem .society, he Is most explicit, nnd
alike true to God, to virtue, to life, and
to society, shows the truth at presented
lu the teachings of Scrlplnre-tlmt life
begins, with conception with great loree,
to which Is ndded faithful warnings.
Price ol the Mrdicat Aitcintr S1.&0, Mini
post-paid. Address the author nt Huf-
talo, N, V.
Mailf-al an llrtunalle.
Hlctori made SK),(KX), gold, In n Mn
gin week recently atWIdney, Australia.
Lotta took In $1,20) at a single per
formance recently at Hartford, 'flint'
Lot la money.
"I.a iJainc nux C'nmellns" has lcen
revived at the Gymnaie lu Pari. An
actor with tho euphonloii" name of
Worms plays Ariuand.
Ole Hull li tiii'I up with n lame back
and a sore eye, and the public must get
their music from the nd screeching of
the OctolH-r wind.
".Standing room only," was the way
they t rented .Ino.T. Hay mood's M-rform-ariee
of Col. M ullx.rry. Sellers nt Wood's
Theater, Cincinnati, all last week
lilll i vim a t nn m
.lulc Venn! li iKickctcd $00,000
rm the play if "Ii 'I our (It- Monile."
in: UirntfT In I'nrln lia prwcntHl it H72
Une theater in rnris pas pre
times. Ills books are exceedingly opu
lar, minion t pay nan as w-cu.
Col. Dan ISIce, the great down.
Marled South from Cincinnati I n-t Tues
day on the steamer Fleetwood, taking
with lilin hi wonderful hores, and leav
ing behind htm many anxious creditors.
The llooley theatrical party, of which
J.oui'o Hawthorne Is leading lady, and
now traveling in California, has only
Ix'tn moderately successful, and the en
terprise Is nbout to be abandoned.
An unknown donor ent a magnill
cent diamond necklace to Mile Titleiis,
the other day, with a refpie't that she
should wear'lt for the giver. It Is said
tin; prima donna thinks America a queer
Charles Wyndharn. well known her"
.cvernl years since as. a (.entral liguiein
a plea-ant comedy troue, Is now man
aging the Crystal Palace lu London, and
lie lias just closed a very Misictsful
standard comedy seaon.
Kate nnd Isabel Hatem.ui. who as
children t .o dozen or more years back,
created Mich a furore lu this country lu
their portrayal of Shakperlau charac
ters, are now In England, and will not
come to this country until next year.
F. Si. Chaiifrnu. who played "Mose,"
hi the "Firemen of New Vork" when
the present generation wore swaddling
clothes, has Ih-cii doing "Kit" the Aiknn-
sas Traveller, to enthusiastic audiences at
the Grand Opera lioue, Cincinnati, dur
ing the pat week.
Funny Kemble, who came to this
country in S?i and married Pierce I'.ut
ler thne year later, only to be divorced
from him in Is'.l'J. is now til, and lives re
tired in a North Atlantic city. Her first
appearance on the stage was ffiyear ogo,
nt the Covent Garden, London, and as nn
actress and reader she lias bad hardly an
erinal In America. She is now engaged
lu publishing her intere-ting 'Kemlul-
cencc of an old Woman."
II Trovntore," the ' Bohemian Girl,"
"Martha" and the "Lilly of Klllnrncy"
were reprchcnted at Booth's Theater last
wel: by the Kellogg English opera
troupe. M'lleTltlen appeared In Han
del's oratorio of the "Messiah" at Stein
way Hall, her lirst oratorio in this coun
try, and llerr Wachtel Ming i" the "Pos
tilion of I.oiigjiinieyu" and other ope
ratic selections, all in the same city, dur
ing the past week. The Theodore
Tomas' symphony concerts commence on
the 13th of November at Stelnway Hall.
John McCullogh performed "Vir
glnlus." "Itlchard," nnd "Hiehelicu." at
MeVlcker's Theater, ( hlcago, liit week,
and It is to lie followed by "Lotta," who
opens In "I'nisette." Frank Mayo has
been playing "Davy Crockett" nt the
Academy in the same city. J'alph Waldo
Emerson delivered a lecture on The
.Mechanic of 177."i nnd 18"., nt McCor
inick Hall, Chicago, lately, and Theo
dore Tilton lectured on "The Problem ot
Life" last Friday night. The Calllornia
Minstrels nre nt llooley's Theater. Tlie
Garden City does not seem to suia-r from
a dearth of amusements.
Edwin Booth has recovered from his
recent accident and appeared as Hani
let nt the Fifth Avenue Theatre. New
Vork. last night for th" llrt time
In two year'. At Wnllar k's, lu the same
city, the "Overland l.'oute" ran through
the week: at the Fllh Avenue "Our
Itoys" c osed Saturday night ; at tho Park
"The Mighty Dollar'' has reached Its fif
tieth pre-entation. "Led Atray" con-
the. I'n on Sriuare Theatre,
Flvlii'' Scud." with George Bel-
iiinri anil other feature, has lieen trans
ferred to the Brooklyn Theatre, and ever
so manv minor attractions are scattered
about tlie gay metropolis.
ror Hi" Month ol Orl:ber
During the fever sen-nn of lat mouth,
the Mock of Ayer's Ague ('urn in the Old
Noith State became exhausted, and be
fore a supply could lie received Irom Lo
well, the Hiiilerlng from chill and fever
Itccaino fearlul. A few partly were so
fortunate as to have it on hand,
and In Iredell county, the drug
gl.ts eked out their slender stocks by
H'lling dose a spoonlul each for it del
lar. Many paid ten dollars fur a bottle,
when the regular price U but fine, nnd
thought themselves favored at that, so
valuable are the curative propertie
of this preparation, which not only ex
pels 'he poison from the sjtem, but
leaves the patient with unimpaired health
ami fsnr.HaU!gh (iV. 6'.) Standard.
BOX and BASKET CO
'All kinds hard and mft.)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, 0
Mill and Yard,
Jornor Thirty-Fourth tre, and
THE NEW LOW RESERVOIR "STANDARD"
M m Z-U-
Great Durability with Handsome Designs, and Giving PERFECT
MADE ONLY BY
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp y
012, 014, 010 and 018 N. MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS.'MO.
AND SOLD EXCLUSIVELY DY
.i7 ;,C- W' HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois.
F. M. STOCHFLETH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
Wines and Liquors.
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Keeps a full stock of
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
II.LIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
KKSIDKN'CK No, i Thirtonth strrtt, Im
Swen Waahinxton arrnue and Walnut street.
OmCKi North aide of Khfritli atrwt be
tw:n Commercial and WnshlnKton arrnue.
W. DUNNINO, M. D.
Cornrr Ninth and Walnnt
OITICKi Comer Sixth atrnt and Ohlolvn".
OI KICK HOUItS. From G a.m. lim .and
ttnra 2 to 8 11 rn
Attorney at Law.
OFKICK Atred'lenrr r,n Ninth Htrwt.tx
Wdihlrixtnn aTeniie ami Wnlnut
Attornej'H anil ComiMlorN
OKKICK Ohio Iti. rooms 7 ,ind i
Cil Natlnnal l!:iak,
Willlain II (irren, )
William II IUrt, S CAIKO II.r.lNOIA.
Mile Krrt'k (.'III .nt i
iivcn to Admiralty and
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
it ok: i
FALL AND'WINTER"; '
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes.
IKK. WAI.DKR ta receiving daily a
I larsro nnd aplsndld stock of ooda,
and Is determined to
NOT BE UNDERSOLD
Ho la rnaolved to kIvo tho very beat
goods for the very loweBt prices. Call
and aeo for yourselves
Corner Sixth Street and Ohio
This preparation U now nrLnowIndynl to be
mperlor to nil known remedies rr tlm treat
Syphillis in nil its Stagos, Scrofu
lous AiToctions, Chronio Ul
cers, Enlnrgomont of tho
Knin'clalU- In Syphlllic dUue.ln which It
has aiivri;ni.iny. when lven up put hnpe by
mlm.ni ,h vjirlii 111 Ii U eiillri'lv veiretalilo.
No ehiinK'- nf diet U reipi ri"l and mnlatakrn
in all condition ol the aylem with safety, nnd
In ronnertlim wllh other medicine, If the pa
(enttoanrpartnf the I idled State liyi x
iirti. free from olnernllnn
N II. ":inirt-'VtiKe ncnl tnnnv part nf the
I'lilted .Hales, nil receipt ol Mil Aildre
fr Noilh HUlh lrt, fit bold -o
The cre-u Stt e tnmpiror. euros Epileptic HU,
CmvuUlons, Spumin, ft. Vitus Dance, and all
iNervoua HUe;ieai the only known tia rem
edy for Kplleptlo Kit II baln iMleilliJ
tiiniiiamU ii ml Ima never been known to fall In H
single cam. Trial pack a ire free. Knelone atamp
lO.t.-V (Py II'IV "H, "t .fO'epn
AM KCONOMV IN PKICK,
QUICK AND UNIFORM
JOHN a. HARMAN &
;0NVYANCS8, HOT ARIES PUBLIC
Lnnd Airnnta of the Illlnota Cnntral and
aiuriinKion ana wuincy n. K.
Car. Sixth nnd Ohio Laraa,
t. O. I Y.1CII.
ir. i uowi.Er.
LYNCH & H0WLEY,
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE - At the Court Houae
' Wew-York Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
IN TflE CITY.
Goodn Sold Vory Close.
lorner 10th 8t. and Commercial Av
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
In Cbancary-Xaiter's Sale.
, .Stute oftlllnol, Alexander County -i.
In the Alexander County Circuit Court.
I William M. Allierton nnd .lohn tlndea v. .lolin
I llolden nnd .Murir.iret Wallace--Cirllllon.
' IJt'llf.Kj not ire I hereby jrlvcn Hint In pur-
.L ananceof adirree rendered lntheubnc en-
I titled came, In nid entirtat ihe May term thereof
A I' . I, John ( llnrinm. nimler In
chancery of aald county, will, on Tuemlay, Ihe
mt iby of Octolier, A f , i75, nt Ihe hour of i
' o'clock p.m., cfKaid day, sell nt publh; vendue,
' at the court hoime iliKir in Ihe i lly nf Cairo, in
. mild rountv. the followlna ilerlbed rral ealnte.
j to-wlt. 'Iheaoutli li.ilfol'lhR imrthenat rjunrler
1 nf lection twenly-een (.T), towmlilp llftcen
(IS), south runije, number two (i) weal uf the
third principal ineridinii, In the county nl Alex
aiuler and Mate nf Illinois, tnether with the
rencmenia ami nereoiiameni inereunro ih
Inmrln nr thereto niiiiertiilninir.
Term off nle-Oue-h.ilf raah In hind, hulance
.n one anil two ve.ir npi.il imymenr, wnu mix
jier rent. Inlereiit per annum Ihereom deforied
(iiiymenta to lw aecured by morlgajre on the
Crlro, llllnol, .-ieptemlr2ttli, telT.S.
JOII.VQ. If Alt.M AN,
Mailer in ( hancery,
f.lnenr A Uinsdcn, Coinplaln.int'a Solicitors.
NOItTll SIDK OF EIGHTH STUKK1
Between Washington and Commercial
fsrflrait MciUmI Book
and HerreU fur Ivulleittad Unit. Sent fie for
to-tl-tlljr si, Joieph, Mo.
It. W. MILLER,
FLOUR, MEAL, GRAIN HAY,
( AIIIO, ILLINOIS.
JOHN B. PHIXXIS
(SiiM'Msora to John II t'hlllis)
And IlMlers In
IIAY, CORN, OATB, FLOUR,
MEAt, BBAK, tc.
AgaaUfor LAFLIKiTrAND rSWPKR CO
Xoraar Tentk Streat and Ohio
7.. t) Malhitss.
MATHUS8 Sc UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
64 Ohio Iiovor).H
No "I Ohio Irc,
K. .1. Ayrra.
S. I), Ayrcs.
AYRES 6c CO.,
L. D. THOMS,
And dealer In
STAPLE AND FANC'Y
Forainn and Domnstlo Fruits and Nuta
184 COMUERCIAt AVENHK.
K II. ( NNINf.llAM.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(Siici-sion to .Miller A I'arker,)
And f)ealcr In
MEAL, GRAIN. HA Y,
I-Weh.ivn leaned the Lnrfro Yillnw Ware
lione, Ktrii-jo rnpnclty j.MiO ions, which jrlvcj
iisnmi'lcf.icilitien fnralnrhiK and .hlppln.
C. N. HUGHES,
Oners I -
Oiar Kathtit Ubl'i.
t'lrt-Cln8 Compnnie repre
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City national Bask Building, np-itain.
Tha Oldest Established Airenoy In Sout
orn Illinois, represenunir over
t5 OOO OOO
- Iienlcr Is
Butter, Eggs, Fish, Poultry,
Game and all kinds of fresh
Fruit and Vegetables.
Eighth Street Cairo, 111
HOeder for SMenmtwnU promptly tilled
lay hour, day or nm, Ml W
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