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nra rap final taw tha nnr.loarl.
or in taogihMMS, for aaipment,
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lufaoturere, we are prepared
ith or year, at aaiferai ratoi.
CAIBO CITY MAX COMMIT.
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COtinin. aaminaii aoauiMii
counirr. lawnm ,
sonvlneiBavfcM.aaiTT mucD wiitai.
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br our oeiiae
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to nu aatafaaa for ona rear. t7 00:
atrrtapjror'fca Magailue, Weekly,
iar wMl ba auppi'ad uratlt for every
or luutcriMri at uu eacu, ui
raBlttaiieei or, atx coplei for $30 00,
ox Buaoen Stipe ujupneu nv buy nmu.
eat cloth bladlBc, win ba aaat hy ex.
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WINKfl OF AM KINIM,
N. SO OMo Livh,
MKSHRl. 9MTOI a GO. h.T. coaitently
a Ian itock of lb. lt goods 1 in mar-
ket, and (It especial altenUon to lb belal
rancn oi ina uuiiqw.
BTRATTON ft BIRD,
AQBHTB AMERICAN POWDER 00.
aY7 Ohio I.evee.
0. D WILLIAMSON,
He. 78 OHIO LEVEE.
QI'KCIALatUnllen given toconilgumenla Mid
kj nilllUC OMRI.
PA I XT AND OILM.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
4711 Paper, Window Glass, Win
aow anaaoi, zo.
Alwiyi ou bsnd, Uic orl.bratvd lllumloutlus
Oofser Btaranth Streat and Waahiov
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Bulldlnir. Cor. Twelfth Street
ana waaniuirion Avenue,
Cairo, XI 11 noil.
O-C'ounly and lUllrowl Work Kflully .
SIXTH STREET, Betweon OHIO
LEVEE AHD COHHJSHUIAIj
Manufitoturaahlaown Horaa Shoeaand
can Anan uoou work.
Mn. M. iWANDER
la now receiving a large and wall ttketed
FALL AND WINTER
At ber ataud on
To which ahe invitea the attention of the ladles
of Cairo and vicinity. In thla itock wlllbe
round all the Uleat My leapf llati, lloniitU, lllb
boni, Flower and ull Millinery tiooiU, all of
hml at the lowest living pricea. Ijullea In
avarchof bargains are earnestly reiueitl to
.i-l vim 4!inih'r k mil befora uurchaalng
eliewhere. Her stock of fancy goods and ao-
llona la complete, and ilie u ueierin
be undersold by any body In Iheulty
A Book for the People.
jTMiaiuiar . a UeUliU iiuhIIi'SI wink oiv
OV ( liri t UuubU i uluni u ia:rt I lul au a li
MAKHI AUK. ) mural ami ki.l n-Ulioin uf Hi. km,
llonh th. Myit.rle. or Uoursduotlou, He. A iUJi J
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ninii ilraay t'O laipstaney-a itlia ruuuvllSr lu tlx
SKkadnmumt,lulUiliouTy wuHtlw mnlivil vuik
IWf HHIWII i.rp i ,i(uiia vii p., BUWVa UIHIM'fi
iw (, IM.UiUud la Itth, II.MI. a rim
ik.luuMxitralmHui)tf ancriaaterrba.. uT.
lag eaUfMa et lha Uuu wiy.ullu jmUO npu7a
? TJUMEDIOAIjaj 8DHOI0ALIIITITDTB,
TUo following beautiful poem, written
by Mr. William Winter ot llieNew ork
Tribune, was read on tbe occasion of tho
dadlcatlou of the Monument to Edgar A.
Poe, In Haltltnore :
Cold I tbe pnn honor imki,
And chili uilorr'alcy brMth,
And pyt the KrUml moinury bring!
Tu irnice th I run ilour of droit.
Firu.'a echoing thunders Ioiik end luud,
Th wmp urprlilr th.i dccki the lull,
Thn pUinlliiurtbr vxeut crowd
One word or lot e li worth them U
With drwi ofKi lr our t,ei ere dim,
Ahl let the tar ofiorrow .Urt,
And honor, Inoiirwlvri andhlm,
'1 be gnat and tender human bmrt.
Tbrouih niaur a night of want and wne
ill! frruikiliplril wawtered Wild
Till kln.l dliaitrr Uhl him low,
Andbearru rrclmlmi-d Ita warwaid child.
Through many ajrear hli Came haa rrown,
Like midnight rait, like auutlghl awvet,
Till now hla gealui Mil a throne
And natlona marvel at Ita feet,
One meed ef Juillce Ion delayed,
One crowning grace hla Tirtuei crave,
Ah, take thou great nnd injured ebade,
The love that aanctlflti the grave.
Uod'i mercy Ktianl, In peaceful aln-p,
The lacrvu dull tliat alumbera here.
And while around the tomb we weep,
(iod bleaa ui fer themouroer'a teur.
And may lili iplrlthoerirr nigh,
fierce the deinte cloud ufiUrknf.il through,
And know, with fame that can not die,
lie haa the world'a affection too.
A TERRIBLE DEATH.
A Mast MlatafcM carkalle Arid
WbUky, and Biaa la Mair aua
From tbe LouUvllle ledger
Patrick Sbelian, an Irishman, aged
thirty, who wan admitted into tbe City
llotpllul tome two or three day previ
ously for the treatment of chronic rheu
matism, came to bti death yesterday
morning by drinking of the poisonous
content of a bottle which be had mis
taken tor whisky.
It tcema that between the hours oi tire
and nix o'clock, yesterday morning, one of
the nurses of the male medical ward was
preparing a disinfecting mixture com
posed ot chemically pure carbolic acid,
largely diluted with water; but. having
occasion to lcavu the ward for a moment,
a loar-ounce bottle of the concentrated
solution oi the carbolic acid was left
standing uncorked on a table. Tbe de
ceased, who had arisen beforu any ot
the other patients, caught a glimpse of
the bottle with a pinkish colored fluid,
and, supposing it to be whisky, stepped
stealthily to where it stood, and, without
stopping to smell or taste, tippi-d the bot
tle to hu mouth and swallowed about au
ounce of the fiery poison before he was
aware of hli mistake.
lie then cried out iu his agony that he
was potloned and burning up, wheu the
nurse, who bad re-entered tho ward al
most simultaneously, too late, however,
to warn the man, sent Immediately tor
Dr. Oppcuhelincr, one of the house phy
sicians in charge of the medical vtaru,
who, catching tin his clothing, instu
incuts and antidotes as ho ran, arilvcd
without orceptlble loss of time at the
bedside ot the sutlarcr.
The stomach-pump wan at once intro
duced anil oils and emetic mixtures were
Injected into the stomach of the poor fel
low, but without avail : the eorrodinir
acid had destroyed tho integrity of the
orran, and trom a condition of taint
nesii. In which the pulse v;u barely
felt, the sullVrcr parsed, in ten mluutes,
into a state of insensibility.
In a few minutes more the man hud ap
parently ceased to breath, thomrli the ac
tion of the heart continued. Klectrlelty
was thru resorted to. In connection with
other measures, and, thoimh the actiou
of the lieart was excited Into a prolonged
condition ol feehleuc, the respiratory
process could not be restored. Dr. Op
K.Milielmer, however, labored with the
true instinct of his profession, inspired
hy hopr, but nature at length triumphed
over science, and in halt au hour the
la-art of the patient stood still.
Any one who has ever burned his
mouth with creosote, iu the attempt to
stop an aching tooth, may imagine if he
can the effects of au ounce of that corro
sive material in so tender au organ as
tho stomach, since carbolic add Itself
resembles creosote, both In Its chemical
and physical properties.
ArelUetlts oi nil cnaracier arc sain 10
be rare, only one of like instance hav
ing occurred In this city, some two
years ago. And the reason ot their rar
ity Is due to the fact that the powerful
odor emitted by such a substance
Is so pungent and wldespreadlug
as to put the most Incautious on his
fruard. liut the poor fellow who lost his
ife yesterday was In such a hurry to
snatch what tie hoped was whisky, and
avoid detection, that It did uot occur to
him to bo cautious, and ere lie liau ue
tected the odor of carbolic ncld the can
kerous poison had fastened upon his
vitalt, and in a few minutes all was over.
The World of London.
The metropolis of the British Empire,
tbe largest city the world ever saw,
covers, within fifteen miles radius ot
Charing Cross, nearly 700 square miles,
and numbers within these boundaries
4,000,000 of Inhabitants. It comprises
i.vuu.uuu lorcigncrs iroru every region oi
the globe. It contains more Jews than
the whole of Palestine, more Komau
Catholics than Home itself, more Irish
than Dublin, more Scotchmen than
Edinburgh. The port of London
lias every dav ou its waters
1000 ships and 0000 sailors. Upwards
of 120 persons are added to the popula
tion dally, or 40,000 yearly, a birth
taking place every five minutes, and a
death every eight mluutcs. On an aver
age twenty-eight miles of streets are
opened and 9000 houses built every year.
Iu its postal districts there Is a yearly de
livery ot 233,000,000 ot letters. On the
police register there are the names
of 120,000 habitual criminal!, in
creasing by many thousands every
year. More than one-third of all
the crime of tho country Is committed in
London, or at least brought to light
there. There are as niuny usersnopi
and gin palaces as would, If their fronts
weiu ulaued side bv fide, reach from
Charing Cross to Portsmouth, a distance
.. . r... i n... ...i no nnrtiimnir.
til auveiliyiUlt-U limes, mm iwiwwm wn.-
arus are unntiaiiy urougut oeioru iu mug-istniti-a.
The bhons onen ou Sunday
would form streets sixty tulles long. It
is estimated that there are abovo 1.000,
1 000 of the people who nro practically
heuihtiii. wholly noflrlecllnir the ordinan
ces ol religion. At least 900 additional
churches and chapel would be required
for tho wants ol the people.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1875.
(Scrlbner for December,
Keeuluir alomr tho eastern
Spain, our travelers visited Tarraaja
aad Valencia. When llarou Davkfer
first went over this route, aorue ym
previous to this trip wltk Dore, tblrra
was no railroad, and brigands were
to infest It. According to Ute
travelers, no una then ever set out Wj
out preparing for some adventure,
those who lived to return, if tae;
not hern nctunllv attacked, had
escaped, and could tell at least one tali
mysterious npamarus, wrBiru
their mautles and the gl
of night, or Uisappearin,
deuly, bent on some ueeu oi
with their uplifted swords or
ir bum I no- la tha nale moMllzllt.
mmrtk the aood nld tlaaM. WBM
coaches were regularly atopped, ami
one aver settled In his seat wllhaut
lnsr his ransom ready at hand. The
and's Drofeuloll WM tlMH a III
one, carried oa In lata ad day light,
each highway waa cwuva By ita
peculiar band, who regarded lit as Bf
property. Ills even aaldiaa Um
mi the drivers were la , kssBBo
the bandit, aad aaraeJ wftk
to share Ujctr booty, araraifcer---
coachman paid a regular blackmail,
which waa contributed by the passon-
eers ; and, curiously enough, tbe inem
ert of the Band always kuew when and
where to receive tins tribute. Home times
the chief of a band, having earned a com
petency by the exercise of hit noble pro
fession, would settle down to an unevent
ful life of simple respectability, but be
fore abandoning the king's highway be
was careful to sell tbe good-will of bis
business U some enterprising successor,
who probablv Inspected the accoants.
and was fully instructed In the secrets of
the profession. In spite ot these very at
tractive stories, alas four travelers never
saw, far or near, the figure of a single brig
and, although they frequently traversed
the roads and rocky defiles recommended
as the most likely and dangeraus. Still
these bandit are now and then heard of,
and as recently as 1871 they displayed
enterprise and boldness enough to stop a
railway train near Sierra Morena, nnd
rob tbe passengers. Traveling by dill-
Sence is, of course, f till in vogue where
e railways have not penetrated, and
this method of progression has Its wild
excitements. In suite of the diminution
of brigandage, itetwecu Barcelona and
Valencia, Davilllcr and Dore passed a
frightful ravine, Into which a diligence
had been precipitated, carrying in its fall
botu norses auu travelers
Thomas Corwln. Iu ao fur as the record
allows judgment, far outshouc Hardin la
this Kentuckiau constellation of uumor.
In all the elements, from the lowest bur
lesque to the finest wit, he was confessedly
me master, ue urew irom tne arsenal
all the weapons of parliamentary war
fare : but how seldom he used them I Ills
eflusioas were brilliant, fervid, eloquent,
pathetic ; but, above all, his satire, while
keen, was not poisoned or barbed with ill
temper. It was pertinent and powerful ;
demolishing, yet stlugless. lie was a
great lawyer as great as Ogdeii Ilofl
mau,and far greater than he In Congress
His mind was full, and bis words were
thoughtful. He was no cynic. He was
also a scholar. His mind had ranged
throughthe bounds ot human knowledge.
Ills eloquence on the stump and at the
bar, in tbe House or Senate, when plead
ing agalnit the Mexican war, or for com
promise beforu our civil war, whether he
struck the bnto of sorrow or the tenor
of merriment, was full of divinest sym
pathy. Yet ho is best remembered tor
lighter effort, as when he started iu lull
opulence of Illustration after the foible of
a fellow-member. Xo one can imagine
his power unless lie has seen his facial
expression ami heard his variety of tone.
As early as fourteen he had tho
actiou, emphasis, and gesture which
make the rhetorical youth. His child
hood was father to the orator. His inde
pendence of thought and his lucid ex
pression we are not called upon In this
paper to discuss. His humor makes oue
of the green spots iu tliu Congressional
One of Us best Illustrations Is his an
swer tu lieucral Crary. (if Michigan, who
had aecuaed (ieiiera! Harrison of want of
strategy at Tippecanoe. Crary was a
militia general. The droll manner of the
responsu cannot be put ou paper. The
humorous orator described a training
day the leader of the host ou horseback,
the retreat to a neighboring grocery, tbe
trenchant blade of the general remorse
lessly slaying watermelons, and the va
rious feats upon this bloodless field iu
such a style that his victim was ever after
known as the "late General Crary."
Hon. S. S. Cox, In Harper's Magaiintfor
The People's Common Sense Adviser, a
book of about 000 pages, illustrated with
over 2M engravings and colored plates,
uud sold at the exceedingly low price ot
l 00, tells now to cure caiarrn, "liver
complaint," dyspepsia, or Indigestion,
sick', bilious auu oilier ueauacnes.
scrofula, bronchial, throat, and lung di
seases ; all disease peculiar to women,
and most other chronic as well as acute
disorders. It contains information for
the young and old, male and female, tlu-
'le nuu marrieu, nowuere eise to oe
ottnd. Men and woman, married and
single, are tempted to ask their family
Shysiclans thousands of questions on
elicate topics, but are deterred from do
ing so by tneir mouesty. a his worn an
swers just such questions so fully and
plainly as to leave no oue lu doubt. It is
sold ageuts, or sent by mall (post-paid)
on receipt ot price. Address the author,
R. V. Pierce. M. D., World's Dispensary,
Buffalo, N. Y. 11-23-dAWlw.
State oflllluoli, Aleiandrr county .
luth circuit court, to tbe January term IS, tt
Sarah J. ChUm vs. John 1). Chlimet all-Bill
AFFIDAVIT of tho non-reildenc of Jane
(iaucserr, Thonu ltoblnnon,Nncy Ilowea
ton, Margaret M. Ollllland. Ilerca Thorna
.nil nlhern. linknnwn heir, at Milan (J. Cblam.
deenwed, having teea tiled In the clerk' oaloa
nfanid Alexander countv circuit court, notice 1
hereby given to you the ialt June Uaneiere.
Tliomai ltobiuion, Naacy Howeiton, Margaret
at, uiiiiianu, iwucraa inoniasaim uiiwi-, un
known heirs of Klljau U, Cbiun. decraaed, that
tne coinpiaiuaui nieii lu r uiii oi comuunni tu
aid court, ou the chancery side thereof, aa (he
6lh day of April, A I), fai, and -thereuijoii a
summons issued out of said court, returnable ou
the :inl Monday In Hi
lug, a I required
h Mill MnnildV In lh mnnlh nf&l.v r.HXt follow-
uy law, aau inai at ine a.iu
lay term of aald court, coiuplaiuiut anxndrd
her bill nuking you partel defeBihiuUthereta.
Now unless vuu the said defendantl ahail baand
npiear bvfure ttw court on the lit day ofta next
term thereof, to be holden In and far (aid county
..it tin, l.t Alnndiiv In J.nuarv next, li, uleau.
anawer or demur to (aid coniptalnanl bill of
complaint, th ani nnd thmtteri aud things
h.rvln rhinml mij atainl. H1 ba taken aa con
fessed and a decree entered galnt you accord t
lng to in prayer or uhi uiu .
Sovmber fth, a. ii.ioio. .
ItKllllKNH. YOCUH, aerk
Cndall & Mnegar, solicitor for complain
THCHIW LOW B18EEV0IR "IT AHD AID"
Grettt DuraMNty with H.ndwitt
MADB OaffliT BY
Bacoelaior Manufacturing Oomp'y
IS, fl., tie and 919 X. U AIM MTKXBT, ST. LOVI8, MO.
AKD SOU) JUCCLUeUVBLr MX 'T " -
MM,0' W" HEKDERlOir, Cair, aHUoIb.
rha People's Remedy.
The Univeraal PainXxt aotor.
Uear; fori will apaak of excalltntthlaxs.'
lajanrlea to afan or Beaata,
NtMklsia, Sprains, Coatu-
ttaur, Cuts, Lacera
ted or Incited Wound.
Bleetllasj Emmtn, or
Xmm MeeB.aad Bleed
lag Uuma or Teeth.
VaaaltlMa-ar Blaa and
rila - llleedlne Pile,
Blind Piles, Unfcltlbl.)
T lhaebf ,rarch.Xeu-
raigia, oweiiea race.
tic S wellln w or HANnMi .
BtlaTwa) or Korrnes.
Lumbaco. iMmn Uuek.
store Throat or Qulnay.
.Sore or Inflamed lift or
More MiMlra. Inflamed
rnlufdl or too I'rotns
Milk Lew, Ovarian Dla
eaaa and Tnmm.
CBaBMSja and Excoria-
won or jomnia, or
Taricuae VelH. Kn-
lirn.1 or Iuflanil Vrina.
Vlccra, Old Sores, Inter
Bolla, Carbuncle, Tu-
muri, Uot Swelling.
Co ran and Ilunlous, Glial-
eu or (tore r vci.
felon or Wbltlow, Vroit
ed l.lmba nr l'rt.i.
Xoaojullo Bltea. Insect
sung, i;napietl liana.
I'UNB'M KXTRACT I roraalebyall rirat
'! DraxKlata, and recommended by
all Druggist, PhyslcUm, and every-aoil-
who haa ever used It.
taablet containing lliatory and Use matt
ed free ou application, if uot found at your
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
Hew Yert atad Leaden.
! : ..H..I.I
Alt S. SMITH, X. D.
RK8IOKNCK t Mo. SJ Thlrtaantti tnt, ba
tween Washington avenue and Walaut atratt.
OrriCK: North (id of Xlghth (beat be
tween Commercial and WaaUlogton avenue.
w. vvmnxa, m. d.
RF.3U)BNCE: Comer Ninth aad Walaut
OrriCK: Corner Sixth itrwt aad Ohio Lave.
OKFICK UOUB3: FroaiSa.m. 12m., and
pOHH H. BtTJULKY,
Attorney at Law.
OFFICK: Atreildance on Ninth Street, b
tween Washington avenue aud Walnut St.
jabu x. link.
r. . W1KD,
Big Modi? (Murpiyibon) CmJ,
Thilx-.1t In tlieiruirkrt. Alto all kind of
SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD.
Orders Delivered to any pert
of the City Promptly.
Leave Orders at Crystal leloon,
or at the Company's Offloe, at Har
row Osage Depot.
TBBMi-Nett Cash on Delivery
JAMES K. LANE,
The great Narv Conquror. eure KplleptlcFIt.
oonvuliloni, Spam, HI. VHaa Daao; aad all
Ihouaaadiaadba aavfff baiaTaawa ta ala a
llugUcaa. Trial packlre. KaeliraaH
10-13 dly Hox Til, 81; Joieph, Mo. ,
ARE ECONOMY IN PRICE,
QUICK AND UNIFORM
DMlgM, wi Giving PERFECT
BBAL C9TATK AeWBT.
MaTTMAJKwjM, l9TajrjBj ffflUO
Laa4 jaawsta mt ta nUavaia
Karik Oar. Bsatk aa4 OBia Lava.
I. U. LTXCK.
at. t. uowlbv.
LYKCH ft H0WLIT,
Collectors and Convtyinotrt.
OFFI0X-At tbe Oeurt Koaaa.
PARKER & AXLEY,
!L-Slwclul attentlnn given to Collection of
l.'enta and bale of Iteal Kalate.S
Avenue, Cairo, XUinoia.
WUOLBSAXJI AKD BBTAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Oooda Bold Very Oleee.
Oorn.r 10th Bt. aad Commercial Ay
C. 0. PATHS A CO.
BOX and BASKET OO
'All kind hard aad son,)
FLOOBraO, gEDIlfQ, LATH, Jae
Bflll aad Tart,
Corner Thirty-Fourtk Itreet aa4
Corner Waaaiaatoa Av. aad 14U Btree.
OPBB BBOlf 5 TO 9 VJL DAILY.
"TY virtu of In certaia
XJreeted by tu olerfc of She
r lb alaMll ceart eX Al
tat oY Illiaol. la avror
axandar oouaty , in UM H
ofOharlas O. ri
Uy aad WHHam Wolf, flrsa af
I hav l.vled
eriy, in tne
flnUUtV of A
twenty-eight (US), a th properly of the said
Jam. Carrolf, which I hail ottVr at popllo taj
t th. nuth.wiMt door or tha court houae la tha
w 1 1 : uh mmimu un. 1 1 1 ihu uta uub
city of Cairo, lu th county of Alexaadwaad
Stale oi iiiinoi,on tne iniruuajor Kecwnoar,
A. U. 1875, bstwren lb hour of nine o'clock,
a.m., aud sunset or Hid day, tor caab, to u-
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