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W. L. BRISTOL,
Keep everything pertaining, to
the lino of Staplo and Fanoy Oro
gerles, Woodonworc, Vogotables,
Fruits, &o.( o.
Bass nnd Injyrubor
BAWLS ''OK Hl'OVS.
Aggct and Opal
Belle and Iurn boundo
Fur TJoizo and Qurle.
Horse for Sale.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
nr.Ai. r.sTATi: aor.t.
JOHN Q. HARM AN & CO.
30KYEYAKCHK8. SOT ABIES PUBLIC
Land Agenta of the IUInola Centred amd
Buxllnirton and ttulncy B. R.
Kortk Cor, Sixth mad Ohio Eerea,
I. u. i.vwin.
u. . liowi.r.r.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
Sous A goats,
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE At tha Court House
JOHN P. HELY & CO.,
Collectors and Convoyancors,
Land Surveying and Civil En-
OFFICE In Winter's Block.Corner Com
nierolal Avenue and fiavanth Street.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
' VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Vovy CIqbo.
Vornar 10th St. and Commercial Av
0. 0. PATTE1 & 00.
Offlca, Sullatln. a-u.tl4J.ivr. Cemtt Twlfti. treat 17risfe.l.artan, Avau.
VOL. 7. CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY, JUNE 6, 1875, NO., 144.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WbolAIe mil Retail Dtuler la
Foreign and Domoitio
wixi:s of am, hinds.
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MHSSttf. SMYTH A CO ba , anlly
latge ttock of Uie bnl good in "e mar
ket, ami ?lenll attention toll 'oWI
ranch of th bunlue..
ICE ! J(J J ICE
HUSE, LOOMIS & CO.,
lu'.r prrji pleavire In anuMinelnjr that Ihrr
nre now pitrpwrr.! lo rupply ever) body with
of lh ictv l.t iinality, elttwr at lliflr liouv.it or
it Ihe 'ton trim aliotiM be lft Hi llu?
No. 00 Ohio Lovoo, CAIRO, ILL.
ICE ! IOE ! ! IOE ! ! !
Wholesale and Jivliil Dpjltr in
PURE LAKE ICE
Cairo and Kankakee, III.
CAIRO OFFICE i
At Uulsn A: Wllnon'i, Corner Twelfth St
ana unio iovee.
will run an Ice w.tzoh throughout the
L fcon, dellnriUK pun? lake Iw In any
rt of thr city at the lourat market nrlr. soil
will al.ofurni.h lnv I'rkrid. niil.tilcilierltr with
bribe citk or car load, acki-d In rawduat
or .nlpmrnt u any ilNuncr.
Corner 33ielxtlx Sltx-oot,
WM. WETZEL. Proprietor.
TItl.'STV watch kept nijtht uml day for
trulu uid Mniruboat.
The tM rf accommodation for trannlrnt
(rutu at Two Dollitnt i-rr dir. 3-l-lf
WllOLKNAI.E IJIIOI F.IIN.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Levee.
II. A Thorns. I,. l. Thorns.
THOMS & BROTHER,
(fiuccfOM to H M. Hutcn,)
Ami drakto In
STAPLE AND FANCY
Foreign and Domestic Fruits and Nuts
181 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
O. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
CJI'KCIAL attention given to eonilpimmtt and
J nilliur oraeri.
I" A INT A N O 7l2s. "
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Pupor, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, Sta,
Alwuj on hftOtl, the culcbniteil Illuminating
Oornw XUvrath Stroot an Wsshtac-
nth Strsot sj
A SOMEWHAT DETAILED ACCOUNT OF
HIS WONDERFUL MOTOK.
The Oay or
Utrniu Probnhly -Xir
Mr. ComIua, one ortliuoJItor of tlic
ClfiVeliinU I.tader, lias written n letter to
his jiatier dfcrlljlnv; n trial which hu wlt
lie..C(( In l'lilliulelplila of exM:rIiiieiits
with n new motive power, discovered by
John W. KVely. IkiIiijc a vapor hitherto
unknown to ehunlm. gentrited from
wuter nnd air without heiit, at imy desir
able pn-nture, nnd ued the same im steam
r It phtOII
.Ml III the t)i-CM:iiee ol Miverui if
pi'CMinee oi Miverui ifri
t ciiicn iK'Hldcs hlmv.'ir. 111011101111! '. in
II. Kuthlord. Chief Knaliiecr l.'nltid
.States Navy ; II. lloiranl I.'uihI. M. 1;..
Profi'",'." of rheml'ty In .JelferMin Medi
cal College ; .1. .Snowdeii Hell, u mechaiil
eal engineer of hlh reputation In Phila
delphia, and other expert nnd competent
ciijjlneern and mechanic?. Mr. rowlc
For j ears Mr. Keely has been endwiv
orhi'' to dlcocr, In the works of nature,
n hidden power or motor, which could
he utlll.cd fur the bencllt of mankind,
nnd lias succeeded. The result of Idi dl
covery Is m reat, Ho marvelous mid lu
peiidous Unit the practical mind u ill ac
cept iny statcini'iit with a feeling of In
credulity. Hut I have hccii his engine In
oKRitIon, propelled hy a heretoloro un
known vapor of immense pressure. which
is cicatnl ironi a small quantity of water
with u ceil. -ill 1 admlxtiiic of air, and
which U proi.uced purely hy mechanical
incan.-, without any chemicals whatever,
uithoiit the aid of galvanism or elec
tricity, without heat, and without cdt
a-idclrom wear of machinery and ex-pm.-(;
of an engineer. So what 1 have
n-f 1 1 with my own eyes I must certainly
All the dcMirlntion 3Ir. Cowlcs Is at
litx.'rty to jrlvc ot the apparatus produc
ing this vapor Is to cay that it Is called a
generator or multlplicator, that it isabout
thrcj feet high, two feet loti and thir
teen Inches deep, made of brass ami
wrouulit iron In a heavy and stronjj man
ner, the whole of which consists ot a se
ries of Iron cliamborf.cylindrieal in form,
connected by pipes fiirnl-htd by various
cock and valve..
ThN multlplicator wa. siiRpeiidi-d from
the celling hy a chain tlirce feet above the
lloor. show luif it to be entirely di'comie-jt-ed
with anything el-e, except the pipe
conticctiii'r It with the receiver. J'he va
por (fenerntcd is conveyed to the receiver,
and lrom the receiver Is eouveved bv a
feed pipe to the engine. The receiver Is
made out of wrought iron, two Inche.
thlek, capacity alMiiit twenty villous, and
shaped like u soda fountain. 'J'liu wcult
arity of this reclver I', it is made of
wrought iron without a rivet, and entire
ly welded. The engine Is the ordinary
engine such as Is UmmI for steam.
The jK-euHnritv of thU vuimr Is, that It
can only Im; used In the lCkt advantage ut
11 prc.irof ao.000 to JW.OOO iiounds to
the Mjuam lnoli, ilntv ho Iiroduci s the
vapor from his "mulilplicator," or,
rather, venerator. Is only known 10 lilm-
elf and two other gentlemen, one ot
whom Is Charles 11. Collier. IVp. a well
known patent lawyer of riiilndehihia. The
secret will not be divulged till tin; claims
of the Inventor, or, ratlicr, the dUcover
er. are fully protected by patents III this
country and in huroc.
The inultiplIcHtor will work automat
ically, and keep the receivers supplied
wlille the engine Is running. For the
larger claes of engines It Is Intended to
multiply tliti number of receivers accord
ing to the size of th engine.
Those w-lio witnesfed the operation of
generating the power agreed that the In
ventor, hi an appreciable period of time
after the water had been let Into the gen
erator, did geneniio a vapor having tin
expansive force of 20,000 pounds to the
square. Inch; that no heal was employed,
no electricity or galvanic action, nor was
heat, electricity or galvanic action dls
ceruablc as resultant of thu action; that
the waterafler being used, gave the senses
no sign of the uc of chemicals, and the
vapor was free from smell or taste. The
company who are now Interested with
Mr. Keely propose to havo an engine on
public exhibition next Fall, anil they pro
pose todrho a portion of tlio power in
the hall;, of the Centennial exhibition
with a hecly engine next year.
WIihI Mrs. Tllton' Ilrotlicr Knott
New York dlspatcho of the 2d con
tain the following :
A brother-in-law of Joseph II. Kleh-
aid, who testified In the Heeeher trial
adversely to his sister, Mrs. Tllton, makes
a statement for publication lu the Sun to
morrow. It Is regarded In the light
of comlncr direct from Illclnrds him
self. It Is as follows: Alter llttlo
Paul's death, in 1SCS, Hlcliards fic-
riuently met Ucccher at Tllton's house.
He. became impressed by the ireu
eral manner of Heeeher t tint Ills visits were
not purely pastoral, r lually ho went to
the Union olllce and disclosed his appre
heiisious to Tllton, hut Tllton was not
alarmed. Klehards remained passive 1111
til after Mrs-. Tllton's alleged confession
to her husband. This tlmo ho was
Incredulous, for ho had only
attributed to her breach of propriety
without criminality. He, however Influ
enced her mother, Mrs'. Morse, to ones
Hon her. A few days afterward Mrs.
Morso reported to him that Ell&ibuth
had confessed iidultrv with Heeeher. Ho
walled, still dlsbcllevlnir. for further
proof or for his sister's denial. In I ho
fall of 1S70. Klizaboth visited his home in
Montcalm, New Jersey. Hu told his
wife to talk with Mrs. Tllton about thu
current stories, but Mrs. Hichards' cour
age failed whenever she tried to touch tho
sun ecr. v nen .Mrs. 1 111011 went iiwav.
Mrs. Hlcliards rode with her to thu de
pot. On tho way Mrs. Hlcliards told her
sister-in-law what she had heard from
Theodore and Mrs. Morse, and Implored
her to tell tho truth. Mrs. Tllton, burst
ing into tears,
CONrKW.lt TIIK CIII.MK
sliu had committed with her pastor. HI
plead thu excuse of Paul's death, i
Heeeher tender sympathy lu her allllc
tlon, of his great Interest liiher occupa
tions, of ills encourageuient of her liter
ary aspirations, and of the lov she bore
him. Shu argued that she had done
hurilttto In repayment by yielding her
body to his request. "I love him l" she
cried, "and I'll die rather ttmn harm shall
oomoto him." Mr. ltlchoiiU, dwply
vice os she hi her bewilderment could,
and tenderly hado her good
bye at the depot. A day
or two later, Mm. Hlcnarus received a
letter from Mrs. Tllton, expressive of the
writer's grid, and insuring the recipient
that though she had always lorcd her u
a sister, now she worshipped her ten
thousand times more for being noble
enough to listen to the story of her sin,
understand her poaltlon and forgive her.
This convinced Mr. Klchanls of his sis
ter's guilt, nnd he counseled with her as
to her ruturu course. Their conversa
tion w as unrestrained anil her guilt often
referred to. Ills advice wai acknowl
edge vour traugrcilon and try to live
it down. Vet he then It-It that
11r.1t tern; ton nr.ixiiKit
would prevent such n course and upon
her refusal to obey him he ccacd hU ad
vice, lie seldom saw her, and their
chance meetings were uiiplca'antly con
strained. When he was summoned before
the Plymouth Committee he went to
Kllitbcth and asked what he should do.
She told him he must go, that his refusal
would be her condemnation, but
he must (til nothing. He did ,
rcfiisin: to answer qiie-tlons put
to him on the stand In the (rial. He was
glad only to bo Hiked as to personal
knowledge, and so his testimony was
trivial. He only told ofsuddcnlv open
ing the parlor door, and finding Heeeher :
and Kli.abeth in 1111 equivocal position. I
One day Mr Mor.u, In a lit of anger, let ,
drop tlio secret in thu prceiice of Flor
ence Tllton, who went at once excitedly
to her mother, and begged to know thu I
truth. Mrs. Tllton then confessed the 1
facts to her daughter.
A good hemp crop Is expected trout
The Trcasuier of the Ohio State
Grange has on hand about Si-jOOO of
The bec prospects arc proml-dii
considering me loss ot tlic irmt crop
Thu hog crop lu Kentucky will be
better than it was last year, mid the Ixref
iinrea.-ed hi quantity.
Wheat looks line lu moil parts ol
Kentucky and Tennessee, and tlic yield
will be a full average.
The receipt- of the Tcnnescc Stato
Grange for the ut vear were $12,373,
and it lias now .3,i:i5 In the treasury.
Wheat crops In Great Hritaln during
the last nine years have yielded. 011 an
average, twenty-nine and a half bushels
A large co-oper.itlve tannery has
been started by thu Moreau Grange". Mor
gan county, Mo., which proves a great
Thu Patrons lu Lynchburg, Va., to
bacco district, hy a change in the selling
of their tobacco last season effected
through their organization, saved SUO.OOO.
Ihe Oral 1 lies throii-'hoiit Arkrins-i;
and Texas are lu a must pro-peruiN con
dition, and have eavtd thou-ands to the
II. by their co-operative action.
-About Cllllllltll III tin. Ifilioi-nr. orr.11
In South Kentucky was set last week.
though the plants were very small, and
much of it has succumbed to the hot sun
and cut worms.
Tj.- ,--,...r- of Connecticut nre
wWe-awaku Grangers, and are buvhi"
directly from the Western Granges, corn,
wuuat, nour anu men uung us tiiev may
Mr. Alexander sold to the Messrs.
Fox. Kngland, LMlh Duke of Alrdrle.and
until uuclicssot Alrdrie; STO.nou jf,r die
two. 'J his Is a very fair price for Ken
The tobacco crop ot Kentucky and
Tennessee bids fair to be above an aver
ago 111 amouut, hut will probable fall
below the standard of good crop hi
Advices lrom the South are to the
effect that the crops are, almost without
exception, doing llnely, and that the
plainer nre more hopeful than at any
time since tho war.
Messrs. Shaukland and Jones, of tho
National Executive Committee, are still
on their extended Western tour, con
nected, in part, with tho looking up of a
location for tho National Grange.
The old Virginia Grangers acton
high points and general principles. They
have forced a change.ln the svstcni of to
bacco sales, ami arc saving largely
through the buying nnd selling agencies
of their own.
Let farmers everywhere learn to
work tho bram more and muscle less
read tho papers, visit the Grange, discuss
all subjects, and think well before acting.
Then one-half of the hard licks will
double the results.
It Is estimated that thu co-operativo
agencies, stores nnd different money-saving
arrangements instituted by tho P.H.,
will save tho fanners of the t'nllcd States
this year, not less than ton millions 0 1 dol
lars In easli and labor.
Freckles are getting rc.ily for their
0, Mr. Haruum, you have been got
ahead of for onco ! Somebody has writ
ten the word "clrqucooloJon" and ap
plied it to a traveling show.
Oarnor Poplar and Eleventh SVrata.
ITichost Cash Frioo paid for
Hoes ana Cattlo.
KonrnsiDE of eighth street
Bttwaan Watblntrton and OomraoTvial
WM. GLENN & SONS.
Head-Quarters for Groceries !
IMMENSE STOCK! GREAT VARIETYl! LOW PRICES!
COFFEE Rio, Laguayra, Java, Mocha.
SUGAR New Orleans, Hard and Soft Refined.
SYRUP New Orleans and Eastern.
TEAS, TOBACCOS, and CIGARS
Finest Assortment in the West
and m:Ai.i:rt3 in
Provisions,Ploiir,6rain, Seeds, MedFruit,
AND OTHER PRODUCE.
and 72 Vine
Clough & Warren Organ G'o.'s
(Lato SIMMONS & CLOUGH ORGAN CO.,i
nrntD with Tin:
SCRIBNER'S PATENT QUALIFYING TUBES,
An lntmtlou IiuvIiik u man ImnorUnt Imirlus 011 the fiiluro iimtatIon of I!ih1 InstrumcnU, by
lumnn ofwhich tln'fti:iiitlly or i ultimo of tone Is very InrKcly
inoruii'eil, tied hc iiuilitv of ton rcmk'ntl
Equal to IM of Uis h h Dps of tlio Im Capacity.
"Our celebrated "Vox CvtW." "Vox llntnaim." "Wilcox rntent," "Octavf Coiiplrr," the
chnnliiif "Cello" or "Clanomt" Stoin, "lienis Horn," "Cremona," "Vox AiiKcltt,"
"Viol iithcrla" ami
ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS
Cu bcobtauwlonly In Dici'e OrRan
Fifty Difforont Stylos,
For tho Parlor and tbo Church,
Tho Best Material nnd Workmanship,
Quality and Volumo of Tono Unoquallcd.
rruoiaa. dao to tsooo.
Factory and Warerocms, Ccr. Cth and Casgrsss Sts,, DETROIT, MICR16AK,
(Established in 1850.) Agonts Wanted in F.vory County.
Address CLOUGH & WARREN ORGAN CO., Detroit, Mich.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
HfUil Dr.iltr In
Imported from Now York City.
No. 178 Wnaliinirton Ave.
Cornor KlovontU St.,
AMERICAN WASH BLUE
For Laundry and ITousohold Uso,
MiKl'FACTl'nr.t) AT THU
Aacrisu UtoiM Wctb, Ktwiri, H. J,
Our Winh Illuc lilhqbrht in ttiu worM It
' don not tirk, coi.talui nothing InJuriuJ lo
1 lu-.iltli orlUbrlc, mid i wn by nil tlio huw
hnimlrlM on necount of Its iUulit? fflri-t ami
1 curumieas, Mipurlor lor wliluunshliitf. rut
1111 In lufknan couvruirni lor liinilly uw i'rlco
1 lu rent i cncli , , , ,
for .ile by KrofCM eyi'Vy wlii-rr. Al'.wy utL
for thu Aiurrk-uu Wmli llliw, If you want the
' clu'iijifst uml l'"t.
AMERICAN ULTRAMAIUNE WORKS
i Ofllce, "J WlllUm Stivot. Now York,
IKINUI C.U..U 1lVjt tKrn. Tl Jl'IWl
Uob littUH w, nr ?rwy, f- toi.
MRS. L. J. SPEARS,
West sldn Commercial Avcnuo, btitweon
Klshtlt and Ninth stroets,
(Next door to ! Ilurgf r' dry Rood tore.) ,
A full llnrof the lalnl mid nio.t I'o.hlonnblo
HATS AND BONNETS
nlwnr n hand. ,l?o rry variety of
Ribbons, Laoes and Trimmiugs,
from the che-incst In the ran.l colly. I.mllf
will lliul nny noil f vcrjthtnx In licr tore for n
coiniili'to lrcet, bnll or mity nntflt.
I'rlce to rompetf with nny In Ihe Writ,
CJ.AIno aginl for ttii- llmiitStwIuK Machine.
REST! REST ! !
Evor prcsont "Et-Bt for t ho Weary."
.MuttlM, I'llloiv uml HoUter l
G. W HICK'S
Corner of NlnHecnlli nnd l'onlar tnts, bi'
tntvu the Srwr Votk htoio and Col, Taylor' of
Uai, ai follow Uxcel.lur und Hliuck Mt-
cotton lop, ) goixt plain Vnuck Matlroiei, i
ami i l.otiunw, Slnxlo. and Ulti .Mattrv-ite t
iwdurnl price to cult to Hum lime. irrat
trtclly cjuh , lilgbwt uli price pal J for torn
nucni. uciiTtwi i hit iiury .
COMXIMI9M MRBCHAim, I.
AWD MAUI n
LIKE, GEMXNT, FLA1TZX,
II ALB, &0 ,
Cadar City Watlomal Baak.
I WILL a! In car-lowl lot at manoikctarm
price, addlac 1 reltbl,
JOHN B. PHZLLXB
(Successor la John B, Fhilllt)
A til Uealeri la
ORN, OATS, FLOUB,
MEAL, BEAK, U.
Agtnu for LATUM IkBAlTD TOWSU 00
ICoraar Taatk Itraat ui OkU
7.. I) Mathuu.
MATHUSS tc UHL,
I Voters in
04 Olilo XlOVM,
K. .1 Ayr.
A. D. Ajtw.
AYRES to OO.,
u .w. rAiinin. w r. axlky. .1. 11. wtui.
PARKER, AXLET & WILD,
(nccesor to I'arkcr A Axley,)
Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour and Coun
try .rroauce uenoruiy
100 Commercial Avanue, CAIRO, ILL.
City National Bank
CAPITAX, - - (100,000
TV I. UAU.IDAV, I1rldent.
1IKNUV 1, IIAI.IJDAV, VIcePrfM.
A. II SAKFOIlll, Caahler.
TVALTLK HYSLOr, As'l Caohlej-.
Staats Taylok, K. II. fi-xyixsiiAM,
L. IIALLIIIAY. W 1' HiLI.IDiY.
0, 1), WlLLIAMSOX, STirilCX HlKD,
A. 11. BArroim
Exchange, Coin and United States
xionas uougnc ana Horn.
DKl'OSITS recolTct and a general bankln
CHARTERED MARCH 81, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK, OAIBO
A, II. SAKroUl). lTrldlt.
S. S. TAYLOK, Vlc rreaMeot.
W HYSI.OI', See'v aud Trouurrr.
1. M. llAKCLAY, Ciia. OALintiaa,
K, SI. MOCKTLKTII, l-At'L U. ScMUIl,
II, II ir.lM.VCIUIl, II. L,. J1AUJDAY,
.1. M. l'liiLLiri.
1STKKEST paid on depnulti at the rate of aix
nrrceu! iwrannum. Marrh Int and Scutein-
hr l.t. Interest not witlidrawn i added Imm.
dlalrly lo the principal of tlio drjioilu, thereby
Ulnu Ihrm comiouud lulrirtt.
Mnrriod Womon and Children may
jjoposit money una no one
clno can draw it.
Onen orrv btislncMdar ftvmSa.m. to Sd.id.
and Saturday ertntu;, for tavlna UrpotlU only
hum 8 toe o'clock,
W. HY&LOP, Traar.
THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
Transacts all kinds of a Legiti-
ranto Banking Business.
50. OANEDY. Praaldant.
ENRV WZlis. Vioa Praaidant.
THOMAB LKWU. CuhUr.
A. 4. JUSJtKM, AMU
, Aaalatant Oaahlar.
Tow-Boat For Salo
T1IIK Nubicrlbcr offer for le tha Ufa
offer for le Mm Htaaai
X Towing btn-n-Wheel Ut, Ik HaaualK.
wiiuvuxinea, nuvruinrry, attini my
furuituiu a the now lie at Cairo, 111
Her lenirth 1 14J f(l. her limalUl ' feat. 1
.lepmn feet ana lununre xis ton. aa 1
boiler 21 fret long and 3U incur auiutm,
nreaauro engine with cylinder US Im
llaiiuitcr and 0 fret toki 1 fead Waw '1
she 111 dlanictrr audi ludwa tr4V tMaU
luodeio Inproveincau.and 1 la.ayear NMH
launch, aea worthy, il In BOod laaHttaavfcr
oarlfalloa. For tera apply W. TAT?f'
Caiko, 111,, VoranbrTt;uC4.' 4i-U-J-.