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R. W. MILLER,
W. L. BRISTOL,
Roops ovorything pertaining to
tho lino of Btaplo ana Fancy Gro
sorios, Woodonwarc, Vegetables,
Fruits, &c, Sic.
Try My Now Stylo Mixed
umcrcnt combination From any
Boforo Oflered in tho Markot,
and of Excellent Flavor.
Surest and TUch
Central Hop Yeast
Attain Thin Summer.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
0c, v01tl. au.114Jjo.ir, Csrr.p W-walftla. Btrt .33.5. Waalxisa.etojQ, -A.on.i.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1875.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale ami Retail Healers In
Foreign and Domestic
WINES OF AIX KINDM,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
TUTKSSiy ."MYTH A CO. have cnnUnlly
1VL n lare stock of (lie boit rooIs u u.r mar
ket, ami Kl" e4clal attention to the wliolneultj
ranch of the business.
Till: HAPPY MAX.
Two nipphlres ure thy two hhu: eyes
fin hnely anil so sweet
'Ihrlre happy Is the happy liian
Whom lutlnRly they trrcef.
Thy heart It Isaillnmnmt
1 li.it nnlile IlKlitnltiK thrown l
Thrice happy In the happy man
Kor whom It throbs ami glows
Ami mules bit tliv crlmon lips,
None livelier mlKtit one reartu
'llirlcchiiiiy I the happy limn
Who (els of them lor-ieeeh
If I hut knew the happy man,
Aiwl met that favored one
Alone alone in theorem wood,
111 happiness wereilonet
flu Drnlh biiiI :aniiiiii.
Tho Undersigned Having Given
Is now Prepared to Furnish Ico
At prices that will Comparo Fav
orably with any Dealer. He
will now Devoto his atten
tion Entirely to his
Coruor X3i.Kli.tli Stroot,
WH, WETZEL, Proprietor.
ATIiUSTV watch kept uicht and (lay for
train ami atramboaU.
The bet Of Brafmnollloiit
KUrata at Two Dollars i-rUT.
MT. CARBON(Blg Muddy)
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
promptly aiicnuuu iu.
iSTTo largo consumers and all
manufacturers, wo are prepared
to supply any quantity, by tho
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIBO CITY COAL COMPANY.
r-IIalliilay Hro 'aolllce, So 70 Ohio Levee.
tV-lIairiday llro 's wtiarfboat
tf'At KKJI'tlan Mills, or . ... , .
tJ-At the loal Dump, foot of Thlrty-hlKUt
j3"l'ot Office Drawer, 3Cfl.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
il'KC'IAL attention gUen toconilKnnienta ami
) II 111 iii orders.
Butter, Eggs, Fish, Poultry,
Game and all kinds of fresh
Fruit and Vegetables.
Eighth Street, Carro. Ill
E-Orders for Fteamlwat promptly MM nt
stny hour, ihiy or nhtht. i-l.Wf
Wholesale, Retail and
l&Highest Cash Prioo paid for
Hoga and Cattlo.
A Book for the Peonle.
i, A Inilllm.tt infillcal woik vl
Urgv ifoubte lolutnu njret sua 9" ntit
lti an.l riiffravlny,. ull llto liatuul,
IllOr.l .lui 1eL1 ...lalirtn.i.l tl.M in.
TT. . , l.rr.la."ii"'i'iii",hiit:
.(km. lh.M.l4.rtIBril.n.l...l.n ... 4 .
nil mru uics.r uu.uiM-.wi ui ihe urinary ana uou
eruaOiaoilnMM.lncluilliii( nil lornviuf l'rl-
B. F. PARKER,
r?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Papor, Window QlasB, Win
aow enaacs, eic.
Always on hand, the celebrated Illuminating
Corner Eleventh Street and Waahinfc
IKroln thcCiuclnimtniiiiei )
Tlio iiarnttlvi' ftiniMii'il by tliu I'oiit
liroku (Otilarid) .NVie. ol tliu ileatli ol
DoiialiWon, tliu iioroiiaiit. ami of the con
l'cslon that he tinitlc ttreviom to brwith
IiiK his last, U full of mournful anil tragic
Inurest, specially at this time, when the
remains ol thu nnhaiiy (jrlmxvood ans
heln buried at lilt lioine In Indiana. It
relates that just two weeks subsequent to
the startinu ol the ill-fated balloon, Unit
1 1... 1 . I.... l lVM-., f 1 1...
I. Ull IIIU in lll-l., " lliuiliuuiiui
editor? of the .Vom, tox'lher with it par
tv of friend. -et out lor a tlstiinir exetir-
slun, iutendinu to be gone until the 1st of
September. J heir plan was to pusn rijrnt
up the Ottawa river to Its Junction with
the Montreal, and thence up the latter
stream lu their hark canoes to its source
In LukedesOulll7.es. where thl'V intend
ed to make their headquarter". It was
when within about llfty miles si the lake.
amid tliu dense and untrodden forest
tlironf;h which the Montreal river
runs, that the doomed aeronaut
wa.1 found, partly protected by the ruins
ofallsliIiiL'-liut. with his left arm and 1
broken, and starvation slowly makiii'' its
w:iv ai'aln-t the few roots and berries
tliat lie had been able to draff himself out
to gather. Gangrene had alo set In. in
consequence of Ids unattended wounds,
and even the most ttuprolelonal eye
could H-e that death wa- incvitauie. aud
that n lew more hours inut terminate
his sufferings. And yet It must have
been a grand thing, judging from Mr,
Wil'on's narrative, to note how thiMiia''-
nlllcent physique and dare-devil spirit of
the man rose iriumimaui over pain aim
death. Shattered, starved, dying, as lie
wa. hi? bearing wtii as proud and self-
reliant us lu the hours ol his perfect
prime, and his voice, through all the
story of his sullerings, was llrm aud un
broken to the hut. The narrative which
Mr. WiUou noted down Iroin the lips ot
the dying man Is too long lor our space,
but the lirsl portion Nsn lull of thrilling
intere-t that we give It In his own words:
The fact that the wind, upon our llrst
rlmiiK. uiirrlei) us directly upon thu hike
did not disturb me a particle, for that
had been my plan from tliu llrat. Tliu
breeze was a still' one, and Its trend audi
as to carry us directly across Into Michi
gan lontr "before the natural loss of "as
could have exceeded the amount of bal
last that I coul I throw out. Oucc iu
Michigan, I intended to seek a lauding iu
the wood;, to lie quiet until our abecnee
had given us stilllclent advertising, and
then report at the nearest town. The storm
up-et all our calculations. It struck Us
about midway in the lake, aud at an ele
vation of about two thousand tcct. It
needed hut a few moments to .-how tue
that dl-aster was inevitable, x ou see a
storm is not necessarily dangcrotw to a
balloon provided It be slow iu its rise and
steady in its progress. The balloon
moves as rapidly as the air. aud
thus escapes injury, lint tills storm
was a succession of furious gifts, col-
lap-lug the balloon on one side before it
could yield on the other, and driving the
gas out ot the neck iu such volumes at al
most to stitle tis. Ot course, to fasten up
thu neck would have resulted Iu immedi
ate bursting. We had to let tliu gas go,
though our lives were going with it,
Thu niln, too, added greatly to the weight
ot the balloon, ami in less man ten mm
utes all our ballast was out and we were
still settling. An immediate di-chargc of
all the ballast at tliu time the storm Urst
struck us might nosslbly have shot the
balloon up clear of thu storm level, but I
feared, at the llr.t moment, to ri-k n
counter current that should carry us up
the lake, and In the next wu were so
stupetled with the escaping gas as to be
able to work only with great dilllculty
and sloivness. It was only when the bal
last was gone, and our descent still rapid,
that the thought forced Its way Into my
mind that one ol us must die to save the
"I think the thought occurred to Mr,
Grimwood at the same moment as to
mvself, only witlt this difference, that to
me it was only anew element of danger
which I had confronted all my lllctlme
1 faced it quietly. To hint It had an ap
nalllng stranguness he sat cowering in
the basket, his teeth chattering, his face
livid, his hair blowing wildly In tliu storm
sir ; and all this occurred more quickly
than I can tell It tovott. How the matter I
would have ended i my mind I cannot .
say, had I not seen nt that moment Mr.
Orlmwood trying to draw .a Derringer
from his pocket. Ills hand trcmnied so
that I have no Idea, now, lhat he could
have hit me ; hut tho movement was suf-
lleient to end my hesitation, ah tue in
stinct ol sell-prcervatloti leaped to my
i.nisnii.. m,i it GciMiiixl to inu but a sim
ple wave ot mv hand belorc Orlmwood
was falling toward the lake, and tliu bal
loon shooting up above the storm, 'lho
scream or agony which the poor wretj-h
trailed down to the water was horrible,
horrible. I can hear It yet ; but I do not
regret what I did. It was mv life agahut
his; and my life was the bettor ol the
Thu remainder of the narrative Is lull
of interest, but too discursive for our
snace. Once iu the quieter air ami re
lieved of Orimwood's weight thu balloon
pursued its course up tliu lane aim acros
tliu straits or Mackinac into. auaua,
thence returning again lu a direction a
little south of cat. It was undoubtedly
the same balloon that was telegraphed
from Aurora, Ontario, to the Associated
I'ress, on .Inly 21, It having passed over
there two days previous. Donaldson,
then, according to Mr. WHmhi's narrative,
must have been lying unconscious
lu the bottom of thu bakct, the basket
Itself being careened in consequence of
thu breaking of the netting
on thu side where Grim-
wood was thrown out. 'lhc aero
naut was routed from his faint by the
crashing of thu bakct among thu tree-
tops, but roued only to be thrown vio
lently to the ground, with the Injuries be
fore mentioned. Hut for his broken
limbs, there Is little doubt that his great
uliy.slc.il endurance nnd nerve would
have carried 111 m safely out of the wilder
ness ; but, Injured as he wa, death was
only a matter ol a few days. Some pro
visions, rescued from the" wreck of the
balloon, together with 'iich sustenance as
hu could gather from the forest, kept
body and soul together for a short time ;
but, once In the hands of his fellow-beings,
and his story told, the will which
had sustained him seemed to fail, and a
quiet death soon followed. Mr. Wilson
returned immediately with thu report,
and his comrades are following more
slowly with the remain;.
COAL! COAL! COAL!
BIG MUDDY (Mount Carbon Coal.)
Tho Cairo tt St. Louis Transfer & Coal Company is now prepared to
1111 orders for Wood and Coal. Delivered to any part of tho City, ot
tno lowest uasn frico. urnuia ahij xaku nt tno uniro sc at.
Louis Narrow Oaugo Depot.
Wood, 4 foot, por cord
Wood, sawed, per cord
Wood, sawed and split, per cord
Coal, car load, per ton
Coal, car load, slnelaton
Coat, car load, one-half ton
T.nnvn Awl... ol 'V. V nt1fl.Mi. t0. ntltn T nf I ll f. -1 n 1 Qatnnn n
Sixth street and Commercial Avenue, and at the Company's Office. -
Orders Solicited anil Promptly Filled.
T. M. WARD, Supt.
F. M. STOCZEFLETH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Keeps a full stock of
Monongahela.Rye and Kobinson County
Ami dealer In
I AlltO, IU.IVOIS,
AMD IIEALtll 1.1
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
Under City Katlout,! Baak,
IWII.I, sett In ear-Unil loll St muninretiimi
price, aiMimt Freight.
JOHN Mi PHIIXIS
' (ftticctnort tn John II. PhllHM
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
, tJhoit In tin- l orm ufn Unity
ll'rom the Itradlns Ka?!c.
We have a something on the summit of
thu Ncl-h Mountain, mldwav letween
Monrantown and aynestjunr.ntul about
onc-lourth of a mile lu from thu main
road. Tor the past two weeks thu erics
of a child could hu heard by persons ia-
ini; aloii'' me roau, auu on holiday niiriii
lan as l!olert Gorman, reading north of
Uownlngtown, in company with auotiier
L'ciiticinan anu two rauies. were nassin
the point, the cries becameheart-reiidlng,
and they thought some one was treating
a cmiu ftiiamciiiny. .ner waiKinir u
short distance one of the ladles,
MI-3 Lille Parker, who rc-Idcs near
l'aoll, stopped suddenly, and told the
party to look up near the top of a largu
nun Just lu front of tlicm, and there was
seen a uauv ,,u..l hi a small basket
swinging back mi(irorili. wltli hut lalnt
cries. 1 he ladles became (rli'litum-d at
the sight, and U'gged ono of thu gentle-
men to try ana ei up tlie tree and bring
uiu uiiiiu uown. l ne distance tin to thu
first limb was some twenty feet, and the
Lie uucmau tuuuu u impo:9um u, p
Wlillc the conversation was going un Im
tojhow the child could bu bioughl down
the child save one scream, and as If by
magic tlie hasKet fell Hull tnedhtaiicu to
the ground, causing tlie ladies to
scream, and the entire party to bu more
or less frightened, lu le.-5 time than it
takes to write this the basket and Its con
tents were back in their place again, thu
child crying all the time. Tills move
ment struck terror into the party. They
watcneu tne movements 01 tliu basket.
and saw thu baby plainly for live minutes
afterwards, and all at once the basket
witn it content- disappeared. The ladles
state that the child was alive, for they
saw It plainly move when it fell down to
On Monday evcnln' a party iitiinberhiir
some twenty repaired to the place, and
all saw the ?amo thing. Mr. J. S. Peters,
residing south of Lancaster City, was
one of the party on Monday night, and
he says he saw tho baby iu tlie bas
ket, sa'w it move, and saw the falling and
LARGE STOCK 0! DRY GOOD!!
And Dmler In
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MXAX, BBA17, U.
AginU for LAILIH k KAHD F9WDZX CO
Corner Taath Street aad Obi
Z. 1). M.itlnux.
-Onereil for Sale at-
Great Reduction in
IN" 1ST X
Prints, Bleached Muslins,
Table Linens, Percales,
LARGE STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
MATHUSS Sc. UHL,
And General ,
FLOUR. GRAIN, HAT AND
04 Olxlo Zjotroo.
No Ml Ohio Levee,
I.al'ire Muck ol' Whltn Oocvfii. VlrtnrlA. T.nwm. flwiaii Mnrsallna. unit 11 rire SticU
Jtlbbona. 'liil'eiilinjatock will le tnlil atiicliul eoC. nncl ojiitlmiu imlil It It cIok'! nut. Ol!
K. J. Ayrrs.
8. U. Ayren.
auU beconvintedortireat Haralnn ! TKItMs sliilt"! I.V CASH.
Corner Sigh.tb. Stand Commercial
Ho was completely unmanned and I pitied
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
J". O. XZTTXIZjS,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
lulletin BulldlnK, Comer Twelfth Street
and WashlnKtou Avenue,
tfCuimtv ml lUllroad Work neclalty,
wte, Vnereala CUronto SiihuiiiI IwtliSein, the
dtcuof IPly AbUM on tliu Miiml.y.iuiimJlhe dau.
luttura decay Inpotene-nl,ii vouimliorluiht
innrltd nl thou iouttn'l;ltli inwrliit. Hut ,Mn
Mce, paper covel.,IW.u''ll!V'lA', .1su-, A "'
phtelou Ait luiproiedlrealiiHiituf Bpormatorrliea, W.
fni couttnla ohht alioit 'kJ"iV-'ifi.'.' Y'l'P"""
,lm or.tinin. Aim mull Medical Troalltt uuL'u
THE MEDICAL & BUEOI0 1 ALINBTITtlTE,
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Wuhlneton nd Oommerolol
Avenuee, adjotniag Hanny's,
KEKl'S fur saU the belt lleef, Pork, Mutton
Veal, Lamb, SnuMKe, Ac. knit It rc
ircl to Berre funillica In an Hcceiitable nianner
lilnideeiilv. nut It was life or death. lor
tins moment t iu tiiouinii occurreu to
me of giving lilm a chance for Ids lilu by
drawliiL' lots, but in the next l , saw clearly
that it would tic to lilm only another
mode of death, for he had not the nerve,
even If he had the experience, to manaire
tliu balloon. At that moment, nnd it
seems to me tho strangest thing of the
journey, there flashed across my mind a
nassapc nf lllackstonc I ctudled law a
little bit once In my lite, you know
which refers to two men on n plank nt
sea. It stood out before me, In the pres
sure of thu moment, as distinctly
as if the book were lu my hand, and I
think I can recite every word of it yet."
Mr. Donaldson's memory was somewhat
inaccurate. Wo give thu passago as It
stands iu lllackstonc, Vol. IV, pago 183 :
" There Is one species 01 nouitcide, se ue
ftndo. where tho nutty slain Is emudly
innocent as ho who occasions his death ;
and yet this homicide is also excusable,
Irom the great, universal principle or bell-
iimservation. which nromnts every man
to save his own life preferably to that of
nnothcr. where one oi them uiiist Inevita
bly perish, As, utiiong others, in that
case mciiiioneii uy i.uui iu.-uu, nuviu
two persons, being shipwrecked, and get
ting on tho sumo plank, but rinding It not
able to save them both, one of tlicm
thrusts the other Irom It, whereby ho is
drowned. Ho who thus preserves his own
life at the expense of another man's is ex
cusable through tumvoldablo necessity,
and thu principle ol self-defense, since
their iiotii remaining ou tuu saiuu t.iK
plunk Is u mutual, though Innocent, nt
tenmt imon and endangering of each
Will kin ir AalvrrtUrmvut.
Limestone Sntixas. S. C.
Dit. II. V. l'lKUCK, llntTalo, X. V. :
Dear Sir : I am a walkln-' advertise
ment for your Golden Medical Dl-eovery,
rurgative l'eiiets ami ur. Sage s Uatarrii
Hemedy, tlioy having cured me of Catarrh
of nine years' standing, which wasobad
that It disfigured my nose, and, while
curing it, your medicines also cured me
of Asthma In its worst and most aggra
vated torm. iK'iore u-ing your medicines
I had become reduced In llesh from one
hundred and tllty-llve to one hundred and
fifteen pound", nnd i now weigh onu hun
dred nnd sixty-two pounds, and am in
better health than I have enioyed lor
twenty years. i ours truly.
J. L. I.L'MSDF.N.
The above Is but a fair samnle of liuti-
dreds of letters which uru received by Dr,
Pierce, nnd In the lace of such evidence
who can lonirer doubt that tho Doctor's
medicines cure the worst eases of Coronlc
(iltKAT FAVniMTK WITH T1IK LADIUs.
Win. Forsyth ByriiiiiitSon.driiL'clsts.
ot Live Oak. Fla write. Sept. IGth, 1S74,
as lollows: "Dr. It. V. Pikuck. Butlalo,
X. Y. Your Golden Medical Discovery
and Purgative Pellets sell very largely
anu Jiivo coinpicic sntiMueuuu, ns iiiiin-
bcrs ol our coustoiners and friends testify
with tileasurp. our ! avorue i'recr i)-
tlon Is Indeed the great Favorite with the
ladies, and numbers can say wan joy
that It has saved tlicm iromeKeing out
miserable llm or meeting witn prenia
tttre death, and restored tlicm to health
and happiness.' '
Thniikimil nf wnmen HI IIIQ (lav on
which Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
was llrst made Known io ineiu. a sm
rin i..,ni. tiin irlvi4 dil catu and Kiiirnr.
fug women more relict" than months of
treatment from their family physician.
In all those derangements causing hack
ncho. di'UL'eliiL' down sensations, nervoir
and general debility, It is a sovereign rem
cdy. Its soothing and healing proper-
ties render It ol the uinioii vume to in
11.. c V...t, lntiiril!ll flV'l.t. fnilrv.if
Miv.i nui(i:iiii iiviii
tion. Inilummatioii or ulceration, and Its
strengthening effects tend to correct dis
placements of Internal parts, tho result
of weakness of natural supports. It is
sold by nil druggists.
Dr. PiKitcn'8 pamphlet ou Diseases pe
culiar to women will be sent to nny ad
dress on receipt of two stamps. Address
ILLIA.M R. SMITH, M. D.
liEMIDKNCK: No. '.'1 Tblrteeiith Utt-l, be
twecn Washington urinue and Walnut street.
OFFICK: North tKle of Etehth street be
tvreeu Commercial and Washington acntie.
hkai. i: iati: aji:nt.
I0KN d. HARM AN Sc
i Real Estate
AYRES Sc CO.,
W. DUNN1NO, M. D.
UESIDENCK: Corner Ninth and Walnut
OFFICE: Corner Sixth street anil OhloU-ee.
OFFICE 1IOUIW. FromCa.ru. 12m.,nnd
OHN H. MULKEY.
Attorney at I-nw.
OFFICE: Eighth Street, between Commer
cial ami Washington uremics.
r. lUTTPT. T
, 1 J . M W A .
Attorney at Law.
OFFICE: Ohio Levee, over room formerly
occupied by First National Hank,
R.EEN te OILBEBT,
AttorneyN and Counselor
OFFICE: Ohio )vce, rooms 7 ami B
City Nutioual Hunk,
William II fireen, ) ., ,, .
William II. Ullbert. CAIltO ILLINOIS.
Mllen Fred'k Ul'.bert. i
CUSneclal attention given to Admiralty uml
;0NVEYANCEK8, NOTARIES PUBLIC
Land Airents of the Illinois Central and
Burlington and Qutncy B. B.
North Cor. Sixth aad Ohio Levee,
I. I). LYNCH. II. J. IIOWMcr.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
oilectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE At the Court Houae.
" Men think very
rapidly nt such tltiK',
30,000 envelopes, all grades and prices,
iust received at the Hcm.ktix oli olllw.
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL.
IN TITE CITY.
Goods Sold Vory Close.
Oorner 10th St. and Commercial Av
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
MRS. L. J. SPEARS,
Wcat side Commerolal Avenue, between
Eightn anaistntn etreeie,
(Next door to. I Itnrger'4 dry gamU store.)
A full line nf flic hih stand innt fashionable
HATS AND BONNETS
always on huml. At-oerry ailelyof
Ribbons Laoos nnd Trimmings,
from the clie.iiet to the mojt cp'tly. Lnilien
will Hint any uml ceryllilng In heratore lora
coiniileteatreet, 1UI or pally iiulllt.
I'llcea to eomiiele Willi any In the Vt est.
rj-AUo agent for the I Ionic sewing Machine.
X.. B. THOMS,
Ami dealer in
STAPLE AUD FANCY
Foreign and Someatlo Fruits and Nuts
184 COMMEBCIAL AVENUE.
it. n. cmnnniv,
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(Successors to Miller A Parker,)
Ami lealcra In
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN. HAY.
Q-Wehaveleascl tlie Large Vellow tVare
hoiie, Htiirure capacity 3,iw tons, which jfivt
us ample fiicilllien for storing ami ahlpplna;.
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Roofing and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Rootling a Specialty in
any part of Boutaorn Illinois.
Lightning Rods, Pumps, Stovei
Jobbing Promptlf Doae.
C. N. HUGHES,
OTtr MUnM VU'l.
rlrnl-Chua Corapanlea repre
S AFFORD, MORRIS
13 OHIO levee;
City VtUNul Baak ftOMUft
Ths Oldest XatabUaaad Ammt 1m StWlll
ra lUtnoU, nkVNMtlifl avar
IBS 000 000.