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W. L. BRISTOL,
.Keeps ovorything pertaining to
tho line of Staplo and Fancy Gro
c. F wooaonwaro, vcgotnblOH,
. i uitn, otu., atu,
My New Stylo Mixed
Different Combination From any
Boforo OH'crcd in tho Market, '
and of Excollcnt Flnvor.
Sweut and Rich
ft TT TT L
Attain TblH Suuimnr.
1 SEE THEM
:WO. 32 .EIGHT STRT
MT. CARBON(Blg Muddy)
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
promptly uitcnaca to.
BaTTo largo .consumers and nil
manufacturers, wo aro prepared
to supply any quantity, by tho
aiontn or year, at uniform ratos.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
EJ-llallliUy Itro 'oMce, So 70 Ohio Lf v.
3"llairiily Hro ' wharf boat
iffM Kifyiitinn .Mills, or
Kj-At the C'oal Diiiii)), loot ofThlrty-Klgbt
Kf-l'ot Oilier Drawer,
STOHUS, l 30.00.
Thirty-Third Annual Sossion
Begins Sopt. 29th.
l-'or Circular Addres.
"Jr. DeLasklo Mlllor, 028 Wnuash Ave.
Evorprt'sont "Rest for tho Woary."
Mnttn-ps, I'lllows nnil Holsters at
G. W HICK'S
Cower of Nineteenth ami Poplar slix-rU, lit
I ween llm Sew York More and L'ol. Taylor' of
fice, ui follows! Kxcclslor mid Mmck .Mat
tresses, Illll Mie, eottoil toil, S'i Mil fcCOillld Mr
nitton ton. ! iind lilaln Hhiirk Mulll'iM S. .l
Uiul U LoilK', Iiik1c, anil fill) .Matlivs-M ill
rrci'ii prlcfi to suit tin- lianl times. Tumi
itnetly ro' . Hlslicst i'iuIi prlcf paM fur I'uru
iruvcini hi my laciory.
Private ProNoriptlou Book,
Bri-m vmi.uiiiii .n.nfHMor h r 'nioii
lo .h lHoiuol DUcilclJUliai,
l.rADeblLl., i'.t.rrli, CVn-uiiii (Idu, llt.,
ll'luU, V.rU'ocrlr, j druocU', Hi rofu.
..u. Hji Lltlllo ku. tkli HWiiir., I.lt.
rr Cnnilliil, I'llnil. lnt., KlJnty
li!n.. Scmluftl an.l N.r.A.i. ii.i
billir and Vibauatiou, Jurotcn
cjr. 4.ifl. Htrlcti.ru kd.I nlhtl.t.'iMnrl.
In front Eiccmw mij Impcudent
U'ltlU. ttu'c UH'lll') .! l.f.ttU
bTMDuict S ct l"r tl.. Vrlmtu
crlpllou Book. ik. !. ;' 1M
Method of Treklweut I t
iu.iHMili uJ rcroiinmit curt., In nJ '
l f IMrMf
THE AMERICAN tlEMEDV CO.,
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Vholrnlf and UWiilt ll'-ali-M In
Foreign and Domestic
U I.MIS OF AMi KII)S,
No. 60 Ohio Levoe,
"Vf KSSIl- HIYTII A 01), hale roiiiuntly
1VL larifr ttork of Hie lwt cowl In lliu mar-
kil, uiul itlw mjh-oIu! ttllciilion tu I tic hIiuIi-miIv
raiii-n ui me Misim'4
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
V'liolen! and Ititull IMnUr in
PURE LAKE ICE
Cairo and Kankakco, III.
At Muten ft WlUon'i!, Corner Twelfth St
unu unto Lvee.
um an Iif vui'un ttirouuliout the
Mm-nn. ili-llicriiv Mill- hilt lv,n nnv
un at the city lit tin- lmwi-t inaiUt yeicv, utnl
Hill liUafunifsIl inv lYii niln nut. Mr llii-rltr uitti
Co by the rl- or car load, iirki-d in ivdut
or ahiiMiii-iil lo anv dlstuncr.
Corner Uiclitli Sti'oot,
WM. WETZKL, Proprietor.
ATIMNTV wntrlt Irj.t "'Kill .l-r
IIkIiH and StltlllllHUl
'ltir lt of ucmuiiiKxIxtiuni
piu at Two Dollar. ttibir
wifoM..HAi.i: ;ko i:us.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOENT3 AMERICAN POWDKlt CO.
57 Ohio Levee.
ii a 'nidiin
I. I) 'Ilioin
THOMS & BROTHER,
(uoivur4 lii II -M llnliii,)
Anil ilealrM In
STAPLE AND FANCY
Foreign and Domestic Fruits and Nuts
181 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
QI'KCIAL attimtim Riven toeonslKiimentii Mid
U iiiuiuc ointrs.
- - - -
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
iv"all Fapor, Window Glass, Win
aow onaacs, oiu.
Almiv mi lumil, lliu ccleliratiil lllmiiiniitliiK
Corner Eleventh Streot and WMhiwc
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
T. O. IIXJUXjS,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Julletln Bnlldinir , Corner Twelfth Street
and WaahlnKtou Avenue,
UrCoiutT flft JUIIroml Work ixc!r.U.
0flce, 3Sxlltlxx aBiAllAlnrj-, Cstntt X'v.ralftll. (Street an. 3.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, JULY 27. 1875.
W0NDKUVUL DISCOVERIES IN ME.
Chronicles of Charlatanry.
TIM' (iiilllltlllly il lli I'nMli'.
(I'nim Hi" I.o.ilsHllf lxljrrr 1
The uullll)llity ul'lliu puhllc.in rvfi'rciico
Hi imi:li!iitiiii mul iclcnte tliu rcsiilt
not of credulity, lint lfriionouv, mul
comes from iIkj ne'loft orn-lfiKf In our
old fashioned yMfiiioffUucntio!, uhlch
nro fur iM'liInd tliu lnt.l','
.So larlii' I" tills iiiointice, that thu
niot rational Invention, tliu bml results
of't'Ienec mid exti'Tiineiit, urn inoiis apt
to bo discredited mid nt'li:eted than tliu
eralent dcludon1' In ineehiiiiiri, which
coutia lift tho ino-l familiar itclcutlllc
law-. (Jl'thU we have an c.:inipli: In the
ICeely Motor, which U now attracting
the money ot dupes to iiiveittncnts in In
-lock. Huron Miincliau-cn did not much
excel the ICeely eliiU; In the jirejioktcr
oih exlr!iva,'anc" ol hN marvelous
Morlcu. Hut the Kcely humhii Is put
forth with audacity and uccei which
show.-) tlmt It K'hetnes did not overrate
the denlty ol'ponulaf lii'irancc and the
coiiKqueut iilllhlllty of un-cleinitle
ll is atnu-ili: lo wit lie.'" the .nceoi-lvo
appearance of such huhble-. We had
mm iu .ouisillo a hydro-pneumatic in
veiition which wa-i oln to perform
wonder hi the way of enerntlu ine
chanieal power outride of tin1 la of
incchauic-, and oni of our educated cli
Ieiit had llnauci.il faith In it.
In Xew York, a few years 'inee, I .aw
u.i-flicme ol'iiitiltipiyinx power by a little
machine which was on exhibition on
Itioailway, not lar from Wall street. Thu
Inventor was very earnet and lmpia
clou.s, and when I Inturnu'il lihn that his
claims were contrary to the well-known
l.i w-i of mechanic-, lie declared veryeam-e-tly
that lie had proved the law.s of me
chanic.! to be lal-e I Ills ncrvoii.- asita
tlou and evident monomania made it uu-plea-ant
to talk with him.
Not lonr flnce an eminent clergyman
ii'kcil me rcrloiiily about a -eheme of
aerial navigation, wliich wui-put forth In
the liew-paiK'i -a a matter of leuee,
which announced the di-eovcry ot a jra
of wonderlnl lihtne1"-, with which the
Inventor proposed to navigate the air by
means ot a balloon of metalle copper!
Auothvr similar tchouic wa ba-ed on
the discovery ol a metal or jiower which
autaj-'onlzeil L'ravitv !
fi'iT:. i ... i.. . - t- ., i . -
i lie ieeiy iiiuiur it me regular ucce'-
'Or ol tin1 electro-iiiti'iioiii' ratnm
i'ahie. which about -Ix year u''o oecu
imtl tliu iii'Wiia;M'r wllli M.'li'Utlonal StO-
ries nooiiL a womivrtiil nower juiueov-
ered. with whtcli mi engine, which mllit
he put In a common truiiK. woiiui carry
a 'liiji across the Atlantic without fuel, at
a mere nominal cot ! I'alue '0t under
hejdway with larger -tock -ubscrlptioii.
iietter eiKior-cment. a more repuiauie
'howlnir altogether than .Mr. Keely ha
yet attained, lie evidently knew .-onie-thln'
about inechanl-m and electricity,
and hu was countenanced even by the
name of Prof. 3Ior-e, for, althou-'h thu
I'roli'i-or never "ave any public endorse
ment of the eheme, his name wa- u-ed
In lr?U9 I made a vi-lt to Xewark.wheie
Mr. 1'. was profes-edly running a three
liooc power engine on the new system at
an expen-e of a lew cents daily. intend
In,' very soon to apply it to railroads and
street-cars. Thu wheel was certainly re
volving where the wire connected it
with his iralvanic battery ; but there vn
a steam engine In the main building,
which was generally running at the same
time, and Mr. I'alne did not allow a
stranger manv liberties In the way of In
vestigating Ill's machinery. I thought It
best, therefore, to make my Investigation
by interviewing I'alne lilm.-ol t, to dl--cover
whether knavery, insanity, or
science, was his lending characteristic.
Our conversation wa highly Interest
ing and aniiising, and would have inailo
a column or two for a Xew Voik re
porter. Mr. l'aluo announced so many
novel ideas unknown to the scleutilic
world. Mint a Jury ot .elcntille experts
would have been p'uzeled and divided iu
opinion as to the proportions in which
Ignorance, credulity, insanity and
knavery, weru mingled iu Ids composi
tion. I referred to the fact that 1 had llfteon
years previously published his claim to
the art of gathering electricity iu enor
mous (tiantltlt!.s, and decomposing water,
.so a to furnish an unlimited supply of
light and fuel iu Mie frhupu of hydrogen
and oxygen gae., at a trivial expen-u,
but had not yet seen any results from hU
invention, lie replied that the discovery
was all that was claimed for it ; that he
was nblu to supply such a hotel a tho
Astor Hoiiau with all the light and heat
It would require for a year at an actual
cost of about seven cents ! But the rea
son ho had not reduced his invention
to practice wa? that ho neces-aiily gath
ered Mich enormous qualities ol'eletrlclty
a to mako It dangerous. Ilo never
could construct a urovior thai would
restrain and control the enormous electric
power and manage ills thunderbolts.
The electric explosions of his machinery
weru tenille. and. after beiinr nearly
killed several times, he gave il up at the
earnest and tearlul entreaties ot Ills1 wile:
In those experiments hu discovered Mint
hydrogen and oxygen gases were the
same thing and that hu could convert
water entirely into oxygen or into hy
drogen alouo at his pleasure!
in addition to many oilier aiuiiug
and marvelous statements, Mr. I'alne in
formed mo ot a wonderful discovery In
vapors, which is verv similar to Mint of
the Keely clique, ilo said Mint hu had
been running an engine on a railroad
near Portland, .Maine, by a vapor (dllVer-
eni noni common sioanij which ne eaueii
fog. With this vapor at a temperature of
1811 degrees, lie produced a pressuru of
eighty pounds lo tho square inch. This
vapor wa- produced mechanically by con
cussion as by fittiking water with a hum
mer mid knocking it into line spray. Ac
cording to ills theory fog was a great
power, and when tliu sun dispersed it
bank of fog, it destroyed a power ot
manv million tons. When I asked him
whyholiad not aroused tho world to
witness so marvelon" n discovery, ho
wandered off Juto a rigmarole about Ills
patents, and Mm notion ol the Brlll-h
Consul, which was quite, unintelligible.
Tho l'aluo. hubblo soon burst, nnd 1'alnu
went into obscurity, after spending a
good deal or money for his dupes. But
as soon as l'aluo went out or sight, Keely
camo forward with another wondeiiul
fog vapor, which U moro mysteriously
concealed Minn J'nlut'" Invention, It 1
How more thnn two years since thu Keely
Invention w.-nnnnouuced, and it lias given
no evidence yet of In value. It has; not
made hair as good a showing as l'aiue's
did. Iu two years It has Ikicii as a trans
cendoiitalist would say, "becoming." but
it has not become anything yet. It ex
lilblUnn enormous prouri', which l
very cally produced on the principle of
the hydrostatic balance, even hv a Mrcam
of water from a common hydrant, but
tbl ll no evidence, ol nvallablu power, as ,
every scientist known. To transmit Mils,,
nressiircho Uses tube one-tenth of an,
Inch In diameter, which could not n.
bly convey a power ol any value.
I (The entire statement ol Mie ca-c iu be- 1
halt ot Keely is too preposterous to im- j j
pose on any one who nan suuueti urn
clement ol natural philosophy, and Ids
diipos will hnvc the pleasure of loo-Ing
their seli-rospect as well as ihelr money,
when they sec l"iw ehallow is Mie device
by which they wcr caught.
Thu nuv papers have recently had
some sen -iatlon.il stories about a Mr.
Webster, who is devotiil to tho genera
tion of power by hotalr engines. The
writer? ot Mi cm? articles know very little
about thu subject. Theliot-air engine I
capable of producing a much inoru eco
nomical power than slctm, ulng le-s
than a pound of coal per hour per horc
power, i. e., running mi elghty-horsu
jiower at a cost ol not more than one
bushel of good coal per hour. Thu prac
tical dlllleulty lias been in the preserva
tion ol Mie machinery from destruction
by thu high temperatuieiieeoiirv.
'lids whole subject ha been elaborated
by the skilllul inventors hum thu origi
nal discoveries by Stirling in Scotland,
and by my father In Mil country, over
lilly years ago. That hut invention hv
Mr. V. V. Lcavltt. formerly of Loul-ynie",
was exhibited at the lalrol the American
In.-titute, and will soon be brought Into
operation. Mr. I., does not reallo the
high economy above mentioned, which is
theoretically practicable, but constructs
an engine of great simplicity and dura
bllity, which has been to'teil by practical
"so. J.I!. llfl-HANAX.
Itlllllx r Sllliics lor lluroen.
ltubber shoes for horn'- aie a recent in
vention, which promi-es to be a boon lo
I he equine inhabitants of paved eitie.
Tliu shoe Is made mid lined In n precise
ly similar manner to the article of ap
parel worn by the human nice, and tu
fact, presents no point of dilli-roneo save
iu iU shape, and its manufacture of thu
host quality of India rubber. It Is de
signed as a substitute lor the lion shoe,
and as a moans of preventing the ninny
maladies to which hor-es' teet are sub
ject. Ilor-e- Millerlug Irom er.teked or
contracted hoof, anil similar painful
hurt, it I- aid nre quickly cured
by the substitution of the rubber
covering for the unyielding metal
hoe. The elasticity of the former al
low the hoof to remain iu its natural
shaiK) while protected lrom abrasion
against pavements by the heavy rubber
ole beneath. The device Is ea-ily re
moved ;ii,,, ,,llt 0 ,loof j
hence while sunning in ti, ,,ti or ,ril.
etl out to nasture. tho. liorso Illnv Im.
oareiooietl. lit winter tint" t lU cover un
serves as n protection against illness duo
to the common practice ot nilimlin,- ait
with the Ice and snow in city sj7c,..S(
while the roughening surlaec o'f the gum
beneath serves to give the animal a loot
hold in slippery weather. A compared
with iron shoe, the cost of the rubber
one. I about one-third more, and their
weight some forty per cent. less. si.-
leeu si.e an; uiauuiaciurcii, so mat ac
curate llts may be obtained.
I lie liirr of I lie World.
Of thu l.'.KW.OOO.WKi human beings in
habiting the globe, H7, 1)00,000 have no pa
per nor writing materials of any kind:
fiOO.ooO.OOO of thu Mongolian race's u-u a
paper made from thu stalks and leaves of
plants; 10.000,000 employ for graphic
purpoe.s tablets of wood; lHO.OOO.lKN)
the Persian. IIIndoo. Armenians and
.Syrians have paper made from cotton,
while the remaining ItOO.OOO.OOO u-e the
ordinary staple. Tho annual consump
tion ofthis latter number Is estimated at
1,SOO,000,00() lb., m, average of v
pound to a pcr-on. which has increased
from two and a halt pounds during the
last llfty years. To produce this amount
of paper, 200.000,000 pounds of woolen
rags. :00,000,000 pounds of cotton rag,
beside great quantities of linen rags,
straw, wood, and other materials, are
yearly consumed. The paper is manu
factured iu U,!IG0 paper mills, employing
i0,000 male and lc0,0()0 female laborers.
Thu proportionate amounts manufactured
of the different kinds of papers are stated
to lie, of writing paper, :100,000,000
pound.; of printing paper, 1)00,000,000
pounds; of wall papers, lOO.OlKI.OOO
pounds, and 'JOO.OOO.OOO pounds of car
toon, blotting paper, ifce.
"A coiiiiilcto I'lctorlnl lllMiiry ol' llie
Tliin-n' "Tin' ltel. cliiMii(kt, hiiiI
mini mirfnriil Fninlly lni),-r
in llin I'iiIuii " 1
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ltUjjlDKSCK. No -: ihlrtifiilli -Imt, !.
twin WtuUliiuton uunuennil Wulnut Uns t
ovrier.t North i.ii- of r.ishth stii.t u
twwii CumtumUl iiml Wtitliinston iivenuc.
W. DDNN1NO, VI. -D.
ItKSlMRNUK' Corner .Ninth and Walnut
OITICK Coiner SIs.Ui utriil nnd Ohio I'U-e.
OKKICK IlOUlts,. Kromfia im. 12m , Rnd
Arum 1 to d i m.
QU. W. BLAUW,
OKKICK. IIiiiIit'h Jllock, (iii-lnirj) , rornt-r
KIkIiUi street and Waslitnston avmuo.
john u. mulkey,
Attorney at I.iivr.
OKl'ICKi Kluhlli htrtft, U'twetii CoiumiT
rial and Wiu-klnicton urmiv4.
CJAMUEL P. WHEELER,
Attorney ut Imw.
OKKICK: Ohio Ia'vii-, over room fornifrly
oiu'iipiol hy t'int National Itunk,
lUEEN k QILBEBT,
AttorncyN mid CoiuiNclorN
OFl'ICU; Ohio Levee, rooms 7 and S
City National Haul;,
William II Given. )
William 11. Gilbert, i OAlltO. ILLINOIS
Milw KriHl'k Ullhvit )
53.Siedal attention kIm-ii to Admiralty and
nr.Ai, j:iTA'ir. Aii:.T.
JOHN a. HARMAN & CO.
J0NVYANCEBS, N0IABIE8 PUBLIC
Liuid Apeuta of the Illlnola Central nnct
Buillnaton aud Oulncy K. U.
North Car. Siztb atiA Ohio Leveo,
1. II. I.YSCII. UOM I.KV.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
olloctors and Convoyanoers.
OFFICE At the Court Houua
! "P 3
o C1 S
5 S O
: -s M
MRS. L. J. SPEARS,
West side Commercial Avonue, between
Eighth ana Nlntn etreete,
(N ilooi in .1 HiirKcr'H dry tood stot 1
A full Urn-n thi Uu -I nil' I most Wlilonalil
Stj ll'.s of
HATS AMD BONNETS
alivv on hitml Al-orvntv larii'lyof
Ribboim Laces and Trimmings,
from tin1 rliciie.t to Hu- nio'-l tanlly. I.mlies
will tlml tiny ami i-vrrytliliiK hi Iirrnloir for a
coiniilrtc etn-ct, bull or pnrty outfit.
1'rlce to coiniirtr Willi any In the West.
E3"Alo nucnl for tin- Home itinK .Miichlnc.
Wholesale, Retail and
'Wllooac'as 03 loo It,
Corner Poplar nr.il Eluvunth Streets.
ftS-ITighest Cash Prico paid for
Hoes and Cuttle.
XOHT1I MDK OF MOUTH STRKE'l
Between WuHhlnirton and Commercial
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Waahlnirton mil Commercial
Avenues, adjolninir Hauny'a.
KKKl'S for i-ale the tieut lliff, .Million
Veal, Ijimli. fuii.iKe, .to . ami i pre
inrisl to nerve fainlllea In an Ki-feMahli' iiiaiuier
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Bold Vory Close.
Oorner 10th St. and Commercial Av
0. 0. PATIER & CO.
R. W. MILXiER,
Anil dealer la
PLOUK, MEALORAIN HAY,
AU IlIALKII IM
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
Uadar City Natloml Bank.
IWII.I, Hell Iu tar-loo,l loU at uianufaclurrrt
tirlrni, ailillnjc Frclxbt.
' 1 f
JOHN B. PHUjLIS
(.Succeidori) lo Julia 11. riilllli)
Ami llrutcni In
nAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUS,
MEAL, BRAN, etc.
Agents for LAFLIN A RAND P0WDBR CO
ZGoraar Taath Street amd Ohio
', I) Miithuss. K C.
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