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Tru Mi Mow Rt1o Mivnrl
T)ifYVW)nf f?ntYiV5nntirin Prnni wwt
yucioro uucrcu in tnouar-KGi,
uuuui Aucuum r luvor.
: WISCONSIN BUTTER,
Sweot and Kich
Central Hop Yeast
t. AxHluThis SummeY.
W' . ;nev style
o. 32 EIGHT STREET
MT. OARBON(Big Muddy)
riwlnra for Coal bv tho car-load.
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
-promptly attonded to.
fgjr To largo consumers and all
manufacturers, wo aro propared
to supply any quantity, by tho
month or yoar, at uniform ratos.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
K3IIikllMay Hm 'snnifc, No 70 Ohio Levee.
Hf-IluiriiLiy Uro ' whartbout.
Ci"At i:n'iitlan Mill, or
fcf-Al the Coal lliuiiji, foot of Tlilrty-Eisht
KJ"lost OlUce Drawer, WK).
TT -r TimmTXTTI TTTICSITT
v h i ipii ri ii Pi rv i1 1 Li yj m .
- Dcnkv in
i i44a m Cnni CleU DrtM If
i n . i 1 1 1 1 71. mil. uueaiWa
OU ' ----j ?
Game and all kinds of frosh
Fruit and Vegetables.
Eighth Street, Cavro, 111
t3Oitlcr for Stiiiniho.its vromptly IHI1 nt
any nour, nay or ihkiii. -..n
hirtv-Thlrd Annual Session
BOUIIIB a I ii.
Sr. SoLaakle Millor, 038 Wnbueh Ave.
a hook lor tne reopie.
SUVJIOLOOy . a Imlilmalo nuitlcM i5t of KO
.it. Mflrff.il.ml.) ilmiin n.iri..l.ilL1. tlllC
.mi, lull- ( ! aii.I rniinvliis. .u lh natural.
SIAnlll.tUt.. iciuial atul irical rilatiuni ot tlia
MarrUan. It. ilutli-. unit illMillllllllt.
ion,, lw jr -w.ty oi ucitroauclion, eZO, , mnirnni
au.iv.urf luul but II .u.u. (i..ti ui ..r.i... ..r Vrl
Tt, Veneieatina fhronlo Dl.ua.cu.ir UitlCwun, the
ifftcw ofiiarly ADUiiea or, ihc ,UhI mm ana tl dan.
lira ol ticciiia wforo aiul aiitr iuarrli', lradlntain.
utrrlcd aud thow ei'i'teiiipUilna iimrtiac. .Not nine
iUKkadicrtlKint.butla(houlrionuUf niMllcal or
K(M,Vrt covtii, t W. iHiuiia la tutu, ji V 7lK
Bhlttoa fna Improved treatment ol Bupriaatorrhto. tiv.
tat conwuUortlieauove wo'J"""'',"iwrarlvrc)n
ict of itanip. Alw a tuiall Mccllcal Troatlio iniUit
THE MED10AL4 8UF.OI0AL INSTITUTE,
ffl.l IV II
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale an1 Hi tall leitrs la
'Foreign and Domestic
wnxi:s of aia kixos,
No. 60 Ohio Levoo,
MIttSll. SMYTH A CO Imte ton.Utitly
a law KtiK-.k of the Ik-M Rood, hi llie mar
ket, nri'l KitcfuiNi-lal attention to Hie Wholwnls
ranch ol ll.pbinliir.iH.
Tho Undorfligncd Having Givon
Is now Prepared to Furnish Ico
At prices that will Comparo Fav
orably with any Doaicr. He
will now Dovoto his atten
tion Entirely to his
Coruor EJig;2i.tlx Stl-cot,
WB, WKTZEL, Proprietor.
A TltUSTV watrli lept ntplit and day for
j-.i. truim ami eiiniiKin.
Tlie lt of urmiiinuMliittun
in.ftln at Two Dollar unlav.
witoi..t.'.i.r. moi r.ttn.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDKR CO
57 Ohio Lovee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
SPECIAL attention civeti tocoiil.'iinu nls ami
L. D. THOMS,
Ami ilenler In
STAPLE AND FANCY t
Foreign and Domestic Frulte and Nute
184 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Papor, Window Glass, Win
aow anaaos, vo.
Always on baud, thu celebrated llltiinlnatint
Coruor EloventU Street and Waehlntr.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
tT. O. XZXJJQXjS,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
lulletin DtUldluir, Comer Twelfth Street
Mid Washington Avenue,.
3Ccuntv Rnd ItHllrfiivl Work iwdalty.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1875.
tiif.rf. (owr.pt A TIMr..
'I lien-rmiiM a lltnc when ecroT rtl,
Aii'l, liken nunM l down tin' n,
Mniie Kin'liml, and tin- nlirht Ind fold
;tiiM wlilnprtlng, nd and rlilllltm'
And lock arcRrny
A winter' day, ,
Ami llic eyes ofi"addedlihiclelioM
TliH.mr-s all weary, ilrlfl itway,
llioreroiuiK a time when u-eKrow owl
'I lu re coiiim a I line hen Joyom tionrtc,
Whlrh leaeda lea-d the lAtiRlilnit main,
Are dead to all ae memory,
An prisoner In 111 dungeon rhulu.
Ami i Li w n of day
Hath pa,ed away,
The moon hath into ilarkneM roll"! 1
Ami hy theemoern wurm anil k)',
I hear a unrein lilfer "ay,
'I lute comes n time when we grow oM.
'I here romei n lime when manhood' prime
I ilirmi'leil in the rnUt of yean,
Ami heanty, tvllnx likea ilreatu,
Until paed itwnv In llent tenr't
ISut.fihl the atk
I hat kindled youth to hue of gold,
Mill htimi with elear anil steady my.
Ami fomlairectlon, llntrerlnir. '")'.
Then; rome a time when we grow ohl.
Ihireeomei'Jtlme whtn lauhlnfc'f prlnp,
Ami Rol'len timtnereea-e to lie,
Ami we jnt on tlie Diituiun ri'N'
To lrai"l the latilic.lllty!
lint now the loie,
With nuy IIom-,
lleyonil theMimtt we In hold
Another ilnwii, with lalierllKlit, , . ,
While watcher whl.erlhruu;fli the lilshl,
1 here come a time when we(frw ohl.
A lnrlM I'ollcr Vnrii.
lt'.ccntlvii iiolico ttnufctt'il n man in
tin; -trot t wliu liutl u ui:iL'tiltlccnt Luilis
XV. clock under liW coat, and n lie was
shabbily urcscu ami wore iiou-uauvu
lirni'iiii.. there va a tlMitcloit tliat he
did not conic honestly by au article of
such value. Ill lale about Uikln It to u
watch maker for repairs did nut go down;
the police had beard all that ljclorv.
Wbcii Iwlore the jitd''e.tlic man bad no
dilllcttlly In proving that he was u M
X.. a tnilliouala'. and the owner ol a
large city property. His only fault wa:
that he wore MiabDV Clowes
ThN briii"-' uu a storv oi that sensible
lunatic, as they used to call the Due dc-
Gratnniont-Catlcroti5ea few year.-ago,
This gentleman was a wild blade, it i
true, but vet a -rood fcl ow In every sciimj
of the wonl, iigmnd fcciguciir, polite and
kindly, but oitcn given to ccceiuncuie-
and to act- of the wildcat cxtnivaincc.
Hi; wui the early friend ot Mile. Jlortcn-e
Schneider, and the Duke did a good deal
to turui ner (iiiriiu; tier nrai years unoii
the ita-'c. He committed suicide at the
aire of tblrlv-two. One cvcnlns a party
of voiuiL' men were dlnliur at the MaUott
d'Or. when the Unke cave expression to
a number of democratic theories, and bis
comrades accused him of too great a
fondne-s lor the iteoplc. After having
answered acconllng to Ms conscience,
the Due de Grammont raid: "Very
well, ircntlcmiii. I will bet you that.
without Inning any reason whatever
therefor, the police will arrest nie within
"Without your dohifrnnythliigf nked
0"e . .,. .
"Without doing anything to Justify the
"Done, for tiny louts '."
As there was uo time to lo-c. Cadc
ronsse lumped Into a cab nml rode to the
temple ami came back in the most sonlid
costume It U possible to Imagine. The
old, grcay cap upon his head, the panta
loons In rag, the old shoes broken at the
toes and the greasy coat gave him the air
of a viLneralilt. He blacked hU face and
grimed hU hands, then begged his com
rades to follow to wltnev the arrest.
They followed him to a caic on the Boule
vard I'oissoniere, where the Duke seated
himself at a table with a sidelong, sneak
ing motion, and after a moment called to
"tlarcon, brinj me a bottle of cham-
waiter hositatnl, looked at
clothes, and then said :
lint, mon bonliomtnt, tbal costs twelve
Well. suppou it Hoe?," griiinbled
Caderousse, "Uo yon think I haven't the
means ol paying? '
And as he said this he drew iroui one
of his dirty pockets n package of bank
bills and laid -10,000 francs down before
tbu astonished waiter. The latter ran for
his patron, and was ."-cut nt once lor the
sergeants do ville, who took tbe Duke
nto ciistodv nnon sufiplcion ol liaviinr
stolen money upon hU person. Tho other
young men loiioweii, ami ucartia curious
'dialogue between tlio false roion and the
olllcer, tbe latter saying that lie was not
to be taken in by such talcs, and
that he must explain bow he came by
the money before M. Ie Juge. There, he
'JloiK-ietir, I am thenitcdcGrannnont
Cadcroiutc. I made a bet that the police
would arrest mo without haying any
reaon for doing .so, and I have
won my bet. Here are my lriendsto prove
it, and it only remains fur me to thank
Tbe Duke's splendid equipage, with
outrider- in livery, was already at
tho door, and Cadetoussc bowed
himself out while the magistrate was
still staring at him in opeii-iuouthcd
Tbe I.iMV of the Tlrtca,
The reports of the coast survey ishow
that the tided ol the United btates arc
divisible Into three disllneteliisses. Those
on the Atlantic coast are ol the ordinary
tvne. ebblnir and llowinar twice In tweu-
tv-four hours, and having but moderate
dltl'ercnees in helifht between two sUcces
slve high or low waters, one occurring
belorc ant another utter noon. 1 hose on
thu l'acillo coast uUo ebb ttntl How twice
in twenty-four liours, but the morning
and tho uvenln!.' title vary considerably
in lieiirhth. Tho intervals, also, between
successive high ami low waters may be
very unequal. Thu irregularities are due
to Hie nioou'.s declination, as, when the
moon travels to the north ot thu equator,
the vertex of tho tide wave follows her,
rrlviiiL- the highest point of one
tide In the northern, and the highest
point of thu opposite title in (he southern
IIUIIIISIUIUI f, Jl-liv, IIUH IHUUll in
iu iiortlieru deeliuatlon, the tldu ut any
place- In the northern Hemisphere caused
ny her upper transit will be higher than
that caused by net lower traiisit.
uuiout or ii.
(From tlie Vlcl,iiitrK Iluld J
Yesterday, as two citizen stood in
front of thu postolllcu talking business,
one of them pointed to a. lady across tho
street and asked:
"Who is that woman with I ho kanga
roo walk r"
"That woman, sir, Is my witu!" re
plied the other,
"Oh-ah-I thought it was mine !"
was tho ready reply, but somehow or
other n wet blanket wa? thrown upon fiu
! Jnlin HnL.ava V.Ht.Tllr flniUC flf I
'Boat on. i
(.'orrftiondence of th liaihlo.l
Among the sporllng men of note who
annually llt .Saratoga Is Wbaloy, of
Cincinnati, a Keutticklntt. v halcy used
lo keep the leading chili houses at Now
Orleans and Cincinnati. Ho Is rich,
known gcncnilly to pub In men, and
plavs cards only at the hotel or con
vtvlally. Ho told mo the gambling quid-
i Ity of Morrisscy as follows:
t "He excels at the iramcs ol whist, Bos
ton and gush. He Is the best gush play
er I ever knew, and among the .best nt
Hoiton. He also plays poker wen. ills
power lo game Is the same as hi the prize
ring confidence, Judgment, and courage
toTx't. He has been playing cards all
his life Irotn boyhood, and knows that
volume ol llfty-two page better than all
other uooks in the worm. " pins en n
celebrated game with Hon Wood and
Jimmy O'Brien which lost mm siw.ooo,
and never winced.''
I aked what Boston was. Yt halcy
said it was an old game, where all the
cards were dealt, and a trump turned
from another pack, four ucr.-'ons playing.
Then the players, beginning at the deal
crV left, bid by oilers to take so many
tricks, the per.-on with trump colors in
excess having the priority. If the trump
maker lo'cy, he must pay money accord
ing to his oiler to each of the others in
such a nigii ratio mat the game is des
perate. Price McOratli Is said to bu an
unequalled Boston player. A private
cltieen whom I know is alleged to make
$20,000 a year at Bo-ton, haunting the
oclety oi riclt amateur gamester.-', uniy
a lew persons Know what lie is tiomg,
ns all his surround nirs arc respectable.
and his appearance and opinions those of
a square, ortnouox deacon and uaiiKcr.
Tiinmy O'Brien. ex-Slierltl of New York,
told ine yesterday: "You have no idea
of how society is honcycoinlied with
these re.-pcctable parasites. They are
well dressed, often highly bred, highly
married waters, wno arc entertaining i'
dies' men and rather natroni.c their vie
thus. They arc capable of acts at eard-
wnicii a proicssioiiai gamester would w
Whcnt Sew Vnrletlrv, i:ic.
Wc vlcau the lollowiriir items from tlic
Monthly report of the Department of Ag
in Hunt county, Texas, the Tappahati
nock variety of wheat is ahead of tiny
other variety except tho Clawson, from
the Department, which for vicld. stir
passes any other variety ever produced
m mc country,
The wheat crop in Lawrence county.
Mo., looked well till May, when the Hes
sian iiy took about all except the J- ult.
In Dent county. Mo., the Hod May
seemed to fake tho lead. One farmer re
ports having plowed up twenty acres that
had been lit timothy seven years and
sowed It with the Tappahannock variety.
The Mt-d was clean, but at least 75 per
cent, ot it turned to cm-at.
In Miller county, Mo., the Tappahan
nock and 1'ultz from the Department
wens reported as looking tinely ; the J ou
zellc not doing much, being too late for
TW1,.V?U,.,,, c"'m correspond
py t lie ucpartnu'iit .urjm.c variety
ii turn i iiui; L'M'l sci'll.
A cornrpoudent ftom Uilc county.
Tcnn., writet A poor man residing near
me says that the Fulu wheat, which he
received Iroui the Department through
tne two vcars ago, will 1cnelU him this
year to tho extent of S'-ttO. it is the
lines) wheat in the county.
The Miaoloii ufitiinlN.
A farmer boy in Ohio observing a
small Hock oi quails in father's corn
Held, resolved to watch their motion".
They pursued a very regular course In
their lorairmir, comiiieiieinir ou one side
of the Held, taking about live rows and
tollowing them uuiformilv to the oppo
site end. returning in the same manner
of the next live rows. Thev continued
In tins course until they had explored
the greater portion of the Held. The lad,
suspicious that they were pulling up
com. Hred into the Hock, killing but one
ot tueiii, anu tie proceeucu to examine
tho ground. In the whole space over
which they had traveled, he found but
one stalk of corn disturbed. This was
nearly scratched out of tho ground, but
the earth still adhered to it. In the ctaw
of the quail he ibuuil one cut worm,
twenty-one striped vine-bugs and one
hundred chinch bus, but not a single
grain ol corn. Irame Fanner.
Huililinn; I'cran on Ilirkury.
From American Agriculturht J
About a year ago, 1 budded a pecan
into a vigorous hickory sprout ol the
same season's growth. The bud remained
dormant until the following Spring,
when tho sprout was cut baek to thu bud.
A shoot grew Irom the bud last Summer,
whleli measured neany ten feet, 't his
shoot has also thrown out several laterals,
measuring from two to four feet each.
Last Winter I cut down a number of my
hickories, some ol'tlicm measuring nearly
a loot through, and this .Summer have
budded the sprouts from them with the
pecan. I tiso annular budding, i. n
ring of hark with a bud upon it, put in
placo a similar ring removed from the
stock. It is very seldom u bud falls to
take, and the few failures I had were oc
casioned by a small grub, which works
between thu bud and thu stock, which
can bo prevented by the application of
10 Hours Saved !
io Emrolle in 7
Cairo & Viuonn
Arrive at Evansville,
4:00 a. in.
r:yn8vllle IriivlnK Cairo lu
4'nlro tV Vtiircniim
.m.na Itii roan at a. m
make clo-c eomieetion- at lanni, and leaelt
Kvannvlll.i nt 11 o'eliH'k tne !" luornlinr
TKN IIUUHN OOfKllti,nA,y..",ny.otlier
route. M. H. HtMiumuil,
JAH. MAU-OUY, tlen.l'usiseiiKerAKt
I'axsciiKer Agfitt, Cairo.
(li Tin king tiooi,
mpand Xlun, SOoi
at net J. "
F. M. STOCZTLBTB,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - - CAIRO, ILL.
Koops a full stock of
Monongahela.Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
ILLIAM R. SMITH, M. S.
ItKSIIlK.NCK: .So. 'it Tlilrtccnlli ttreut, lie
wevn WashhiKtun nrenuc ami Walnut sttfet.
OKFICHi North Me of Klglitli ftuct be
twi-cn t'omnarclul ami Wa.lilnKtOMnvmuc.
W. DUNNING, M. D.
Corner Ninth uml
OFFlCKt Corner Sixth Mreet nnJ Ohio IjMee.
OKI'ICK IiOlJIl-s f From C a.m. l.'in , nml
from : to 6 i in.
rOHN H. MULKEY,
Attorney at Imw.
OFFICE: Ehthlli Stnet, lietween Commer
cia! ami Wu-Muxtoii aveimei).
Attorney at Law.
OFFICK: Ohio U'vec, over room formerly
occupleil by Fliat National Hank,
Attorney! and CounselorM
OFFICK: Ohio I-evec, rooms 7 nml 8
City National Hank,
William II Creen.
William II. Gilbert
Mile Krt-rk CUbe
CSpeelal attention glreu to Ailmlralty anil
BKAI. ESTATK AtJKNT.
JOHK-A-HARlf A W &
;ONVEYAKCERS. NOTARIES PUBLIC
Land A-renta of the Illlnola Contral and
uurlLngton and Qulncy it. H.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Lovee,
I, (I. LYNCH.
i. ) iiowr.ev.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE-At tbe Court House.
MRSi Ii. J. SPEARS
Weit side Commercial Avenue, between
SUntn anaxitutli streets.
llniifer's dry nood utoie.)
lalftaLil inoit lu-liionulile
A lull line of the
HATS AND BONNETS
always on liuml. Alsoevurv variety of
Ribbonu Laces and Trimmings,
from the iiieaieit to the nunt costly. ladles
will Hud any ami exerythlng in tier ntore lorn
complete street, ball or puity niiliH.
ITlcei io romiwie witu any in uie, ei. , ,
-rjrAl-Hi at'ent for tlie Home ftewlng Muchlne.
Wholesale, Retail and
l9BigbOBt Cash Prioo paid for
Hogs ana Cattlo.
OP A VICTIM.
1'ulilbhe.l a- a warning and lor the lienellt of
Yimnic Men and other who utirer from Nrrvoua
Debility, Lo of Manhood, etc., UiviliK III
Utiles of .Self.rure. nfler uiuleruoinB much nil
IVrhifandeiene, and mailed frt on reeely.
Inn n post-iiaid dlreeteit enveloiio. Addiejii NA
'I'llANII'i'MAYFAIIt, I'. . HoxlW, llniok.
lyn, N. V. T-7-l-went.
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF I
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
Of World wido Reputation.
Acknowledpil liyull kocxI -MusIcI.hu to Ih Hie
In. 1 1'l.mo now mmle.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which wc have sold over 100 durnis
twelve years iiat, becomi) more ami more
popular every day.
SMITH'S AMERICM ORGAN.
Splendid tone. Power and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very Hue Instrument, adapted to Iiutru
uuntrd a well as vocal nitt-ie.
A LI. THE AHOVi: AUK OFFEUKU ON
K.iky Monthly Payment, at low tlures
regardless of List Prices.
In fe-rc it variety. Including all the new
and popular music ut tbe day.
Orders from the Country
promptly tilled nml sent
V1QUNS GUITARS BANJOS
KltKNOII HAlIl'S, ETC., ETC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
Furi'Jshcd to Order.
8THING8 FOB VIOLINS, OUITABS, ETC.
01 the Host Quality.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of all Kradci for Piano or Voice.
JtSTEvcry drcrijtIon of Musical .Mcr-ehuiiill-o
funiMiod to order, promptly and
at prices lower than ever olfcicil before.
UKNCY ALSO OF
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
.Send for Illustrated Catalogue and Price
List of tbcsciicautiful groupes.
All Qoodi Warranted ai Beprieatd.
BOBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Vory CJoho.
Corner tOth St. and Commercial Av
C. 0. PATTER & CO.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Washington and Commercial
Avenues, aAJolnintr Banny
17KKl'S for aalc tlie lieat Ileef, Verk , Mtlttoa
Smiuirf. ao.. and Is ore
HH'-J In erv emil
n in an nrreiitnule manner
. i f
ANtl PCALKK IS
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
Under City NatioucJ Cask.
WILL dell In ear-loail lutt '. lDnm faetiirers
, prices, ailillna Freight .
JOHN B. PHILLIS
(Sucocjsnrs to John II I'hillU)
Ami Dealer! In
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, tie.
Agnu tor LATLIN RAND POWDER CO
ZCoraar Tenth Street end Ohio
7. I. Matlmi-i.
MATHUSS 6c UHL,
Deali rrf In
Q4 Oliio Tjovoo.
Vo HI Olilo betei-
8. I). Ayre.
AYRES Sc CO.,
It II. tl'VNINdlUM
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
("iicec-aors to Miller A. 1'iitkir,)
And Denier In
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN, HAY,
"CJ-Welutvc leased the Lirc Yellow Ware
linuo, ctorae eapaclty 3,000 ton-i, wlilcli (clvej
ut amiilc fuellltles foratoriiiR and liliinK
C. N. HUGHES,
Orer XsUmJi VbX'i.
Flrt t-t'laas Companies reprc
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Xktioaal lank Building, up-iUlri.
The Oldest Established Attency in South
em Illinois, representing ovir
t65 000 000.
BOX and BASKET CO
All kinds hard ami .oft,)
FLOODING, SIDING, LATH, fto
Mill and Yrt,
Corner Thirty-Fourtk StrM. sad