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W. L. BRISTOL,
Roods overvthlne nortainincr to
tho lino of Staple and Fanoy Qro
sorios, Woodonwaro. Vegetables,
Fruits, so., sco.
Try My New Style Mixed
Different Combination Prom any
Boforo Offered iu tbo Market,
and of Excellent Flavor.
and FLOWER POTS.
A LOT hi GMT. talk,
Sweat axd Rich
Again Thie Summer.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
T. OARBON(Big Mudrly)
Orders for Coal bv tbo car-load.
Ion, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
Promptly eutenaea 10,
lTo largo consumers and all
lanufaoturors, we aro prepared
to supply any quantity, Dy tno
lonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIXO C1TT COAX COMPANY.
HulIliUy nro ' ofllce, No 70 Ohio l-eu-e.
llalKday Hru 'i wharf hout
At Kgriitiun Mills, or .. .
At the Coal Dump, foot of Tulrty-fclKUt
Efl'oet umce Drawer, auu.
VA coiiiiilele 1'lctorinl lllatoryof III
Tlnien" "rue tucm, rneupeai, uini
niiNt aiic-ceaaiHi aiiiiinj' a-nin-r
In the I'nluu "
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Whulcalc an.l Krhill Dealers I
Foreign and Domeitio
WIXI!N OF AM- KINDN,
No. 60 Ohio Lovee,
MKSSItr. SMYTH CO. Imre comUntlf
a lurife "lock of Uie bent good In the mar
ket, anil Kite mclal attention to the ttuol!
rancn ui uie uumneiA.
STRATTON ft BIRD,
AOBNTfl AXBRICAM POWSXK CO
57 Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
He. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
QI'KCIAI. attention given toconsljrumenU and
j uiiiua orien
B. F. PARKER,
(Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
rVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow anaaes, so.
AIW.1TI on hand, the eekhrated llluuilnatlnK
Corner Elvnth Strent untl WaalilnK
CAIRO CITY 3INDERY,
KINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin BulliUnir. Cor. Twelfth Street
und Wuehing-ton Avenue,
t3"County mid Ihillrund Work a Slally .
Thm Beat it alwaya the CbeapettT
The sliding top le without aenme or
hlngee, and cannot get out or order.
The meaeurlng Pump la the easleet,
fastest, and ONLY PATINT PUMP used
In aanlvanlied Iron tank. Prlcee reduced.
end for Catalogue.
WILSON A EVENDEN.
rtUatet I anj Muihclurm, 4T 41 Wilt Uk, St., CUicaaa
For Sale at Manufacturers' prices by
BIXTII STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND OOMMEHUIAU
Manufacture hla own Horo Shoe and
can Aaaure Oood work.
BAKKK. No.UN SeTentli fcl..B!;l.omi,M
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31 1875.
11V IMAt.MAIt 1111)11111 IIOYKSt.
Wale my beloved, the ymitiK ili.v U tiemllnx,
HIilthliiK tnt fair, oer fuirot un.l laki-
FloweilnKlH'ein IU rmilten uut,.rv.llii!
Wake, my heloted, iiwaket
llreak theilnlMeiS while love's lirluK-lllne
I. ilnwtiliiK. ......
Let ll-tUrink. Unp of It' fleetlnir ilellnlitl
Luder our leel at thli moment le jawnlnjr
lUtL Uiecuinmilonle hl?ht
I,oie. with Iti turhuhnt, uiltfhty tmWitloii,
Tlirlllfl through in v clu IILe a culkenln
heat I , ,
All my yonni? Ilt w ith II troiK n,irtloti.
All iiau-1 thrown at thy IVel
If the wild Villon or Klory ikoiild Mind Itie,
Hiitch nif thy hanitlvit I Mumble una full!
IlnrkntM hrCiire hip ami iljrkiiv.it behind 111".
'thou art my III'- ami my nil.
Sweet '111 to breathe In tlw halm of thy ireenci
Minl.r In IVil tli warm ifle of t ti i In- eje.
While the fleet momenta with bright enne-
WldlwMlielr;ladiii,ai nml tile.
Then In the depth fit my soul ni In aluiuber.
near I great voit-e, ii wunu-iwauiK mr-i..
Ami the pale ilay, with Ita earn without number,
rar from my vuion reccnes.
Kit I hail wen thee, how tardily flowing
Mole from my ire;t tne unit nute 01 my
Now, like irltiKfrthrti), their Kit 01 el throw-
Itoll Uie itronK torreuU along-.
1'alr wat mv life, ami the white mitt abe mi
Dimmed to my ulirht the noft mlendor of May !
.Vow, hut a Kllmpie ofthe hojie thnt yon loe me
Uk'tiu anil illumine my way.
Darkling I tool; ami tumultuous fancies
SurKed throUKh my Mini like macK uiuowa 01
Now the wide future, Id niti-llt expaunec,
Kaillant hurtt on my ngui.
JJot thou not ee the dawn' beckonlua; flnirer.
How the young llfc'ht, like nfuUwlllnK tide,
Rreak throiuth IU flood-xates? Oh, why dott
Wale, my belord, my bride !
l?crlbner for oeruber.
A REPENTANT WIFE KILLED.
A Drunken Rerinrrr .HirtlerlUK III"
Vlcllna an taiea aaiiiuiK jaimavii
A fatUer MMt,ia; II W hon'e lid
(Kroiu the New York Sun.J
Skowiikoa.v, Me., uci. -jj. in me
town of Mercer, on i riuay last, iin.
Mary Walton was killed by Ortenleaf
i racv, ami lie men Kiueu iiuiim.ii. jh
the Sorridgewock road, about three mile-
lroin the villaae. lives James P. Tracy, a
tanner Iu moderate circumstances, own
ing uinctv acres of laud, and occupying
a one-ilofy house. He Is the father of n
numerous family, acveral of his children
having grown up to manhood. One of
the boys, Ureenleaf Tracy, was also
married and the lather of six
children. He was thirty-live years
of age, and his v He, a peaceable, well
behuved woman, has worked in a cotton
factory at J.ewiston lor turee or lour
years past, while her children have been
(Iipponetl Ujr II1.T lllisuauu o nnjim!.
UIIUI Wlllllll tour jeurs, viicciut.u iiatj
waa a sober. Industrious young man,
living happily w Itli his wife, and It was
not until lie took ms aooue near inc i ai-
tou House tint a change was noticed.
The Walton Hon-e t In a Held u short
distance from the Tniey'!. lliraui J.
Walton, the owner, is an luofiemdvc
fanner of humble means, about tlfty years
old. Ills wllo w as about forty-three years
old. They had lived toget et tor twenty
vear, and two bovs bad been born to
Mrs. Walton, who was pretty, nay,
simple, and trusting. wa frequently vis-
lieu uv Tracy; uiu .nr. ouiiuii s Mispic
ions were not aroued until one day in
the tall his wife and Tracy were mining.
Two weeks later they returned, and the
husband received Ills wife ai though no
thing had happened, .twice alterwnni
Mrs. YYn t.ni at.d Tracy disappeared, and
the last time they weru absent fur a year.
Walton obtained a divorce, Dill wneu
ills wlte re-appeared In bin house, about
two weeks ago, he received her cordially
and ponnUed to forget the past. She
keemed to bv penitent, and said that she
would not again desert her home. The
husband aUo exacted n promise that slie
would not sec Tracy again, ami snu
wrote to Tracy that lie musl not see her
Alter the receipt 01 wus leiier i racy re
fused to eat. and could not sleep. On
Friday morning he drove ills tauier
liorses to tho neighboring towu ot'Suilth
lleld. and alter buying u pint of rum
tried to borrow a revolver, but lailed. lie
then borrowed a double-barreled .-not-gun
and returned to his father's house.
Tlie rather, appreneine mat uie sun
was bent on tniscuici, (leiiiauiieu tin;
weapon, but Ureenleaf refused to give it
mi. He went to the Walton house at
about 11 o'clock, and, calling Mrs. Wal
ton to the door, naked tier logo wnn
him. She relused, and tried to dissuade
him. savlncr. "For God's sake, for the.
sake of my boy that is dead, and the llv-
Inir one. don't lire." ne men stioi iter in
the breast. .She fell dead on the spot.
The murderer ran a tew pace, stopped
turned around and looked at the body
He smiled, then he turned again and ran
Into the woods. Soon afterward three
or tour wild yells and tlie report of a gun
were heard, and the neighbors found
Tracy on tlie ground, half resting agulnt
the tree, dead. In their Indignation some
of the neighbors proposed unit the body
be burned where It lay, and they began
to gather fagot for the purpose; but
Tracy's aired father arrlyed and dl
stiadcd them, anil tuey norc me corpse 10
the lather s house.
From tlie New York ExiutJS.)
'Give a horse every chance to look
about him and to examine every object
before him aud he will not shy," says
tho lliusian coachman, accordlnir to Mr.
6. Wall!. For that reason tlie Itusslan
horses wear no blinkers. Nor are blink
ers, so common Iu England or even iu
London, where there is evervtmnir con
celvable to upset tho equanimity of a
iipi-vona horse as thev once were
thout'h the old cure for shying Is to"'it
Mm over the 'end ;" and it soems slnu
lar that it should prevail, If It be inelttca
elnus as well as rather brutal, amoni: 11
nnnnlu crec teU Willi IIIOIC liorsc
Invliiir aud horse-tamlmr tlian
any Grecian tribe Immortalized
bv iiotuer. uui tuere are in iu;uij cnsi-s
. 1. . I.. .. .1 A..l I... .1... nlm.
serious ousiaciett 111 huuihiiik 'c I"'"'
attributed to tho Husslans. First of
nil. 1 in bore has Milled already, witnoui
your knowluu there was anything which
would cause film to shy. Then is your
time. II you have not uroueii yotirneck,
to let lllm Invi'Siljruto this object ntler
whleli he will never shy attnat pariicu.
lar object N)raiu. "Let hlin rub his iiomi
uKaiiist it." a say some (rood folks ; but
It Is not always possible to go through
(hit benevolent ceremony.
The slirns of nervousness vary with
different animals ; one Is violent, obstl-
nntiv or iiup:ttU-iit ; unotlitrr U tjtilot, but
I "tremble In t-wtv limb. I"l i!ch qui
I vert, UU boilv li b'llhi'il In wi-:tt, liU eye
I is llxod mid iiialuted, hli breatliliiK U ir-
ri-giilur." Sex uuu itiuxpuriente, tne
lllly anil tin: twt-year old. ftuve nuM lo
iinswef for on the score of nurvoiioiieu,
When llieru baiipetn to Ix: a rainbow rt
llectwl across the ceur?c, and a wlmlinlll
coiiipicnoii upon 11 hill about a mile oil",
a two-year old, jn.it bcjlniiliijr Ulf, and
though acquainted, to aotiie extent, with
men nml cities, unaccustomed to rain
bows and windmill, has bei'tt known to
delay u start lor about half an hour by
Shrewsbury clock. There wen; obvlniu
dllllcultle In the way of "rubbing his
noe" against the rainbow or the wind
mill, and the happy thought of blind
folding him did not o-.ctir to hU frlcndj
until Ids suspicious touching the wonder
ful work of nature and of tnau had
reached a height at which enlorced blind
ne;s seemed more likely to aggravate
than mitigate the evil.
It U reported of n trainer, who had a
particularly nervou marc In .charge, and
had carclitlh omitted ever'vtblnir that
could poMlbly, u be tMfrtit,gtTe htr:-
nint mat something out 01 tne comntott
was about to happen, that he said, as he
looked at her right bctore the race, "I did
nil I could to keep it from her, but the
knows all about It. I can see. Who told
lier'f" Probably he hlinjelf, by some In
dication that-he never dreamed of.
Wrkalrr't Last Sight on Earth.
10. B.'M- In the Poston Trartller.)
In a recent interview with Mr. Andre w,
the late sherlfTof'Sutloik county, lie re
lated some facts that 1 take tlie liberty
to make public in connection with his
Mr. Andrews sat up all night with Dr.
Webster on the night prior to his execu
tion, and the prisoner talked with him
Very freely, and it is hoped that be will
at some future time make public what
was said on that occasion. On tlie Morn
ing of tlie execution he told Mr. A. that
he could command no language strong
enough to express his feeling for the un
varying kindness of treatment he bad re
ceived. As Mrs. Wcbter was long since re
lieved of the agony of mind caused by
tlie fall of her husband, It will do no
harm to relate an Incident showing the
kindness and consideration of Mr. An
drews. Strange as it may appear, when
the newspapers were constantly publish
ing items concerning Dr. Webster, he
kept from his w ife aud daughter a knowl
edge of what day would be his last upon
earth. It so happened that tlie day be
fore the execution was the last on which
visitors to prisoners could remain in the
jail so late as a certain hour in the after
noon. When Mrs. W. came up from her
husband's cell that afternoon (for, no
ble woman that she was. she never
torsook him and who ever knew a true
woman to turn awav from husband or
child in distress!) she asked Mr. A. at
what hour she would be compelled to
leave Iu her future visits to her husband.
It was a hard question, as her husband
was to bo executed next morning, but
Mr. A., controlling his deep feelings aud
suppressing his thoughts, replied, "Mr.
Webster, after to-day visitors to the In
stitution will retire each afternoon at 4
o'clock." Mrs. W. and her daughters
knew of the deatli ol the husband and
father soon after the sun roe the next
day.. a Dr. W. expreseed a with that he,
might meet Ids fate earlv on that morn
ing. Ureal satisfaction nnist be derived by J
.vir. Andrews iu the happy home of his
retirement by tlie remembrance of the
kindness with which he treated, not only
rroicssor cosier, uiu every oilier un
fortunate man, woman or child under
his care while Sutlolk Jail was iu his
I hone lie will soon L'lvc the nub e. a
full account of the lint nlirht he silent
with Professor Webster.
Tilt' imiiH'fiil liny.
l'he Vicl;iljurr boy can .-land tin with
any other boy iu the wotld aalut an
accusation. rue oilier day, when a
Vleksbur mother discovered sujjar on
the pantry shell', shu called to lier bov
and said :
"Some oue lia- bieu stealliiK this fu-
Kr : '
is 11 po-siuiu ut exeiaimea. ro ni
ils eves In astonislimeiil.
"tee. it is possible, aud the thief is not
lar away, cither:"
"laitrt ne.' no you suspect lather.
"No I don't."
"Couldn't be tlie cat. could it ?" ho in-
quired, iflaiiciui; under the table hi search
ot the feline.
'Cats don t eat sugar vountr man !"
Thev don't r"
'Xo sir, the thief is a boy about your
'lie is, eh ? I'd Just like to catch him
In hero once!"
'If this suirar Is disturbed niralu.
site said us she covered the box, "I
know of 11 buy who 11 "et his jacket
"That s bully ! I wish you d I
stay out of chool. so's to see you
ami maul him!"
Ami lie went out to devour the
lump.. Vklsl"rj JwiH,
Krom the I'lillailelphiii Presbyterian. 1
From the World's Dispensary Printing
Olilce and ltlndery, Itutlalo, . ., we
1 .. ..III... filllllllMI
nave receiveu "m nin .
Sense Alcillcal Adviser, In plain Kuallsh ;
or, Medicine Slnipllllni," uy it. v . 1 erce,
M. !., Counsellor-lu-chlef of the Hoard
of Physicians and Surgeons at the Vt orld's
V .11 . 1 I I I IM.I .ill t
IJISpensarv, 11 uut:er ncii iiiniiiiui,,
111 It atriiifLrlH with Its Inherent weak
nesses and diseases, to bear or cure, Is Its
benefactor. Ignorance is not only of it
self a cause ot disease and mortality, but
It Is the enemy of even- ef
fort to cure or mitigate. Nothing
will so speedily remove this cause as
knowledge (an elementary one ut least)
of the diseases to which we arc heir, as
well na those superinduced by our own
Imprudence. Hr. Pierce lias rendered,
in our judgment, a benefactor's service,
both to tlie allllcted and to tho profession,
In his diagnosis or the diseases treated ot,
and in the presentation ofthe philosophic,
principles Involved iu their cause and re
tnoval. Ho is sparing of remedies, ami
usually prescribes such as are safe In un
Bkllletl hands. As a book merely of ab
stract knowledge, It Is exceei mgiy icau-
able and Interesting, especially
III v IU
lowln.v Btiblects: Cerebral
IoIol'v. lltimim Teinperaiucnts,
Psemlo-IIyglene, tlie Xiirsltig ot
tlie Slek, Sleep, Food, Ventilation,
etc. In one chapter on another subject,
so delicate In lis nature that It Is shut up
boyond the domain of warning lo all but
phyelelaiis, so accursed In its roMtltd In
modern society, lie U most explicit, and
ullku true lo (Jod, to virtue, to Hie, and
to society, shows the truth as presented
In tlie teachings of Scripture that life
begins with conception with great force,
1 PROMINENT ADVANTAGES
TUT. KV.VJ TflW T3T9V.nVATn CT Aim ATTk'
'i nil i tu-.vv
. i '- .
Great Durability with Handsome
MADE ONLY BY
Bzeelnior Manufacturing Oomp'y
612, 614, 616 and 618 W. If AW STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
AND SOLD SXCLUSIVELT BY
.i7-2.' W HENDERSON, Cairo, lllinoii.
F. SC. STOC2FUETH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
FOBJHON AND XOSCSflia7ZO
Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Keeps t full stook of
Monongahela,Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND OIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
to which is added faithful warnings.
Price of the Medical AiivUtr $1.50, sent
post-paid. Address the author at Buf
falo, N. Y.
After a Wltaein.
A resident of the suburbs was rtihinp
up aud down Washington street yester
day iu great haste, and a citizen called to
"Any oue sick':"
"No,.but I're got a lawsuit on hand to
day, and Pre got to find some oue who'll
do somn swearing for me, or I'll lose my
case ! If you know of any good witness
scud him to me !"
UAJf X. aiUTH, X. D.
URSIDKNCK: No. 21 Ttilrteeoth stmt, U
'.mn Wualilnxtun aviinie uml W'ulnut atrett.
MmUK: North Mv of Klglitli trw:t Le
twtcn Comium-lul ami Wtuliltutton avenue.
W. DUNNINO, V. D.
HKSIDENCK: Curlier Mntli and tVuluut
Ol'MCK: Corner Sixth itrret m! Ohio U-vi.
OKK1CK HOURS: KromGii m. Urn , suit
from 2 to S l. in.
OUK K. MULKEY,
Attorney t Lnw.
OKKICK: At rosliltura on Ninth Street, be
tween Washington u venue mnl Walnut St.
( 1 RBBN OILBEBT,
AttoruoyN uud CouiiNclors
OKKICK: Ohio lvee, roorun 7 and S
City National lUnk,
William II. Green, )
Wllllum . (Jllliert, CA1IIO. ILLINOIS.
d-Speclul attention Riven to Admiralty and
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
FALL AND WINTER
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes.
W ALDER la receiving dally a
re and aolendld etock of good,
and 1 determined to
NOT BE UNDERSOLD
He ie resolved to. (five the, very beet
(rood for tne very loweai price. u
and aee for youreelve.
Corner Slxtk Street aid Oklo
The great Neivis Coimitnir, ciires hulU-ptlol It;.
ConvaUlon. Simmiwi, t. Vilas ln;. nml nil
Nervous UUea.t the only kijown kjIiI rem
t i.. r... i-..u-.Ii vit. It liua tieen tated by
7tf,,ii.nili VnTliRn never beeu known to Till In a
liiiileaie. Trial lckaciwe. r.iieione mmu(i
. r Pii . 1 a I .... S.... Si 1 1 1 I
lor circular!! lvwi'M?,J'c;0l,T,rii
'Hit. S A. KICIIMONI).
llnx 7lt, Kt..7nwipli. Mo.
mTTE aool AU. Aer book
fre. Jlls Aur-' wuia.
ARE ECONOMY IN PRICE,
QUICK AND UNIFORM
Designs, and Giving PERFECT
- i. .-
HE A I. ESTATE AUEKT.
JOHN a. HABMAN
J0MTXYAKCEK8, K0TASIX8 PUBLIC
Land AirenU of the IlUnole Centred and
urllnton ana Uulncy R. K.
North Cer. Slxtk ajid Oklo Leree
I. O. LYNCH. M. J. llOH tlV.
LYNCH & H0WLEY,
ollectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE-At the Court Houee.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Oorner 10th St. and Commercial Ay
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
BOX and BASKET CO
'AM kinds hard aud noil,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &o
Mill ut Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
Corner Waabinirton Av, and 14th Street,
OPEN F.ROH 5 TO 0 P.M. DAILY.
NORTH SIDE OF BWUTH STRKR1
Between WanhlBBteet and Xoaaerelal
R. W. M1IXER,
And denier lo
FL6UR, meal, grain eat,
I UA1KO, ILLINOIS.
JOHN B. PHIIXIS
(Suceeor to .tohn B. Phllllt)
And Deulett In
HAY, CORK, OATS, FLOUR,
XZAL, BXAX, etc.
Agsatsfor LAIXIK IVRAKD NWDKl .CO
:0raer Teatk fltreet smd Okie
7., 1). Matliuta,
No to Olilo rvet,
K. J. AjrfJ.
S. I). An.
ATRES 1c CO.,
Xa. D. THOMS,
Au.l ileater In
STAPLE AMD FAHCT
Forelvn and Someatio Fruit and Mute
114 COMMSHClll AVZjTVE.
11, 11. cixnikohaM.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(3urceora lo Miller
Aud Dealers in
WHEAT, MEAL,GBAIN, HAY,
01 OHIO LIVKK.
C"Weliave teased tho Ijirge Yellow War .
bouse, utoniKe cauiclty a.ttio tuna, which give
u ample fai-llities I'omlurhiK and aliiiiliiir.
O. N. HUGHES,
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Butter, Eggs, Fish, .Poultry,
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Eighth Street, Ill
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