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W. L BRISTOL,
loops everything pertaining to
the line of Staplo and Fancy Oro
serlo, Woodonwaro, Vogotablos,
r riuin, aw-, HBi
My Now Style Mixed
Different Combination From any
Beforo Ottered in tho Markot,
and of Excellent Flovor.
QUEENS W A RE,
and FLOWER PCT8.
A inilS hi Ml link,
Pvrt axd Rich
Central Hop Yeast
Again This Summar.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
MT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
'.on, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
jromptlv attended to.
GafTo largo consumers and all
aianufaeturers, wo aro prepared
:o supply any quantity, by the
oioutU or year, at uniform rates.
CAIBO CITT COAL COMPANY.
rt-HallMay Ilro (.fl-, No "1 Ohio 1 -tc.
Xfllttiriduv llro wturtnoat
rvAl IVvmljn Mills, or
uie wi mimp, 10?'. ni iuiTij'1 irui
O-l'ost Offlce Dntwir.
t) !er in-
Butter, Eggs, Fish, Poultry,
Game and all kinds of fresh
Fruit and Vegetables.
r5"Ori5ra for Hteambua
my hour, day or n'etit
MrHighoat Cash Prlco paid for
Hogs ana Cattle.
A Book for the People.
or (!" ilviiblt colutiinri;eiuaWj
lu.i a,ii tirrtinHi oniUn intural,
iMrul uiiiri(iilrvluiioMtl(Ii t,
lion, tho Myitoilcn cf Hcproduction, fcc. A itimlanj
a tfwilyou itf!arU.utiia,viLitiiifLr nury anrtOfU
icurriaco. It iimiff imuinuiliiuo'
vtU, VnoeUti4 CnroiiiaPifbcul'luiliexci. the
citct ft tarty Abuteauiit)iuviiBtay.tcmni.uiiMidt)
scrt oi mvv LM-tuie tnt uttt'r inarrlaKC, limlinc tttprf
ruluig ilf cy aiM Xiiipoteuoy 4 r .m uuum i.r tu
nuMkaau'JlIwiiient, but UtiH'uuiy popular ttHdunl work
Utturlta " IHWiw i,YiiMipt-tiB, iiiai;, nut w itivrr
A) flU si BUIWWVUI y.WHW pm a( iMivg umavt
tilvSva His luuruv'
I CuuUUtl I
llif tbuvc M'uik.kjilliiiialluriiiiina
1 pi of tuiup- AHu rmuu ijtAicu irojiue ouiu
THE MEDI0A1 BUEOlCALISBTlXUTr,
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholt'ile nnd futall Dealer l
Foreign and Domestic
WIXEN OF AM, KI2VIIN,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MESIlf. --MYTH CO, luw eonntantly
n larfe Mock of lit beat irpo-t in uue liir
Let, end rIv especial attention to the wUalaasla
ranen of Hie bu'loesi
The Undersigned Having Given
Ih now Prepared to Furaiab Ice
At prices that will Compare fav
orably with any Dealer. He
will now Dovoto bis a ta
tion Entirely to his
Ooruor SQlsSitli Btx-oet,
VK. WETZFX. Proailstor.
TIIUSTY watch kept night and rtay for
trains and eK-amboan.
'Ih? itt of accommodation j
xitmu hi Tn Dollara perilav.
WHOLLY AM". (JIMM'KKN.
STKATTON & BIRD,
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO
57 Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 1ft OHIO LEVEE.
SI'Kf'IAL attention cum tocoinIgiim'uH and
.Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
iVnll Fapor. Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &o.
Aliraja on hand, the klratd UluniloatlDK
Corner Elevanth Streot and Washiag.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
lulletln Buildinir, Corner Twelfth Street
and Washington Avenue,
rfTnnntv nn'l aillro-l Vl'mV i irlj-
he gWf 0
Cflaca. SvLllctLo. Sxxllalnc-, Ssmtx Twaiftls. SStxaat a.n.1 VrLlaJ.(rt3ia. A-vanua.
THE GULF CYCLONE.
TEIKOKAPKO COMlTDllIOATION WITH
I.lvr l.t. na schooner ! Hiram
9200,000 Dsaags to the City of Oleanders
Th HlrAHd nn Market fttraet at one
Time I'llder Water.
Galveatok, Texas, September 18.
The storm reported m rag.!. oh Wedues
day continued to rage until -lata Ust
night. The water from tlieQuirofMeX
ico overflowed hair of Galveston Island,
knocking down some huudru' ,
etnents, unrooflng srreml Ur.hsa,
prtJMrs and rnHmtoea, kauekl; now
itn. nwuiagiaM4eHhr kahglit. TIM
witter 14 m Um principal Mmtt; Um
Strand MartMC w wvefal tiuws two
feet atop. Thtw Utgc schMacf lying
la tbc aarbor were iwastprtL One
tatuoboatand tw tugs were Mwk, eae
belaf eonpietelj uVutollshed. One ot
Mufjaa's iiwiMi wa I riven afa(aC
the wharf, bat only alightly .daaajecti.
One Isrxe KngtKh bark wai fotced trotn
lti raoorlBr and driven nthorc; one
cbeoner Is forty feet on land. Some ten
men, working on the btxakwater at the
bar. were drowned. Tin: Health Otll or,
Dr. G. M. Pette, and liln grandeou, are
drowned. Ills houu wo carrletl off.
One ncrro woman was killed by a houte.
falllturafter having tloat.dllfty let-t. The
railroad track lt torn up in twenty places
ontue Uland. The bridge Is partially
destroyed. Culvcru on both roads are
washed out, aad damages arc variouM v
estimated at from 5100,000 to $200,000. ll
was a regular cyclone, but the wind was
not very heavy, tbough the water wan
even higher than during the great storms
ofl8C7 and 1871. At ll last night the
wind got to uorthweM and began to lea v
both urn bay and the etrects dry. To
day la dry and pleasint in appearance.
A Belter Committee hasorgnulzed Tor the
suffen ri", who were principally resident
on the gulf Iltj and the bay shore. All
the telegraph lines have been down till
to-night. The storm extended to llenip
steatf, on the Texas Central, and Willi?,
on Ihe Great Northern road, doing dam
age alonjr Uie entire route. Including the
cfiynl Houston. The Galveston .Vect
for three days past has had nulyaccouiits
of the storm, no malls having arrived,
and there being no telegraphic commnnl
tion. The general estimate Is not nearM)
great as was feared, because the wind
was more steady, particularly in the
shipping, which lilted the harbor.
WIND AM) IIAI.V.
New OitLBANs, SeptcmbtT 17. Tele-
grains from I'ascuguula, Ocean Sprinir?,
llllox . M ssKIi)il Uty, I'ass cnnsttan
aud Uay St. I.ouis, report Heavy winds
prevaluiiK sluuu Weuiiesday, out dome
110 srioua dainage. No communication
for sixty-four hours with Galveston.
I'ltOM OALVEHOX VIA COU91CANA.
CouiiiCANA, Tlxas. September 18. A
wind and niln storm Irom the Xonh eet
in here at 10 o'clock Thursday night,
lasting until dark yesterday. The nun
extended from South of Dallas to the
coat. Some little cotton was blown
out. No great damage was done the
cron in this section. Telegraphic com
munication with Houston, both by the
Central and Greit Northern lloads, Is
broken, but Houston's Friday evening
papers were received here this morning,
and report the storm still raging there aud
at Galveston. On Thursday evening
last the Galveston -VriM reported
that at 10 o'clock Wednesday niyht
the laU witv broke on the
bruise. Tho velocity of the wind Is re
ported there at titty miles an hour and
lucreasliur. The Galveston aud Santa Fe
Uridge Is washed away, and the Galves
ton aud Houston bridge is broken, but
part of it can still be seen from the main
laud. The water stands three miles In
land, being higher than In 1607, aud the
latest from Highland Station, at 4 p. in.
Thursday, reports the wiuil a hurricane
inddoiugu great deal of damage. In
Houston aud at Harrlsburg the water
was within twenty inches ot the top ot
the Navigation Company's wharl on
Thursday morning, ami u.-ing an Inch an
hour. Grave npprehenslou ex'sts iu
Houston of serious disaster In Galveston.
A night train broke through u bridge
llilriv miles aoove orsicaua. nisi uigui,
destroying thirteen loaded cars and stop
ping trallle. The bridge and track will
be repaired and communication opened
to-morrow (Sunday) evening.
THK SITUATION AT UIIASHEAK.
Nkw Okluans, September 16. The
fruriul cralu at lirashcar has continued In-
iNxsntuiv lor hours, but it has shitted to
the northwest. The streets are covered
wlih water to a depth or forty inches, but
1 not Increaslnir. No such Hood Im
been known lor years, the water beinj;
now some feet higher than in iwi. au
vlccs from I.vons tell ol a similar statu
of affairs. The bout sent trom Urashear
to the relief of thu people ot Shell Island
has returned, carrying oil thu Inhabitants
iu lately. The Island is now completely
ONfc WlltU WuKKI.Vl!.
The following was sent to Chicago by
Assistant General Superintendent dow
ry, of the Western Union Telegraph
Company, at a lato hour last night :
St. Louis, Mo., tacpt. 18.
iitn'1 Anson bluKvr, Chicago, 111 :
Got Houston about 6 p. in. over Inter
national Koad. Wires are down In all
directions tram there. At 7:30 p. in. got
one wire working to Galveston. From
all I can learn, tho two-mile railroad
brldgo over tho bay is badly broken In
several places. One break Is estimated to
bo 160 feet wide, whero two sehoouers
bad broken through. A terriUu storm
prevailed yesterday and lor several days
past, fiiiecu or sixteen lives oi men
who were at work on the breakwater
nre reported lost at Galvcstou, and tho
Health Otlh-er ot the city Is mlsslnir. No
particulars, but the damage is immense
in property. We have engines aud men
out hi all directions repairing wires.
It. C. Ciowitv.
The Prophet in Ilia Owu Country
III the year 18W a select party ol friends
were collected In honor of thu marriaun
ot a youthful eotiplu belonging to thu very
best society In Paris, Thu irrooin was a
celebrated portrait painter, who had tor
Ills chosen friends and witnesses two pro
lessors ot the French school, Ingres, and
Paul Delarochc. Thu lovelv bride had
selected for her witnesses two l:itluiato
friends of tier father's. Victor Hugo and
Alexander Puiuiip. When Ihe names ol
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1875.
tho bridal pair had been registered th
clerk turned to the wlttfessen, aud, ad
dressing Victor Hugo, asked him his
"Hugo." . .
"How do vou spell lti" asked the un
decided serine ; "doei It have a 't' nl the
Tho author gave the desired Informa
tion, and the clerk continued liU ques
"What Is your trade?"
"1 have noiu','' replied the amused t
"None ? Well, I suppose you arc able
to write -at least enough to sign your
name to this document V"
Tue affirmative was given amidst stiouti
of laughter from the hlgh y entertained
When Ingres and Delaroene Informed
the man that they were "painters," he
elevated his uoe, and viewing them from
over his spectacles asked disdalufully
"House or sign painters?'' and became
UlUKIIIMIl UW IMU IIUIPJ UUIU9VI11VII1. i
of the party, grumbling, "Ill-mannered,,
mob !'f aa he wrote. I
"VoUOaft Imu paiatfjr.''- - rr -aagt'
DMts nsaern-d MfjMlJbi aaMaB
wkets tho usaal qutttiotM Wt-fe pstC H
hbn, and evidently rose mMMwIbU abvre
the others In the clerk's estimation when
Inlormed that'Duniaj, property bolder.'
would do for hlta. This occurred at lbs
time when the fame of these area was at
its zenith, and their names were cele
brated far and wide In every eivUUed
country abroad, and yet within a few
miles ot Paris, their own hotae. rfeey
wen- neither valued nor known.
A t'lrcalar low.
(from tlic Sioux City (Iowa) Journal.)
Mr. Hardy, of I'ortlaiidville, who was
In the Quartermaster's Department In
Sioux Cliy In 1602. tells a story of won
derful endurance of a cow belonging to
Mr. Hagy. The cow had been missing
tor eight days when found at the bottom
ot n well forty leet deep. When discov
ered she was standing on her tert, with
head bent around to hi-r rump, and evi
dently had been In Out poll ion for eight
days, without tood or water. The tunny
part of the story is that when drawn out
she continued tor several days to walk in
a circle and could not be uiadu to walk in
a ftralght line, and It wa only by letting
her move oil' In a eont.intly enlarging
circle, until it took in the farm yard of
the owner, that she could tie driven to
her home from the place where she be
came so set In her wav.
1'rofe-sor Kudolph, In n lengthy paper
on tin: sun, says: A molten or white bot
mass. S.VI.U00 miles In diameter, equaling
In bulk 1.2i0,000 worlds like our own,
having a surrouudingocean of gas on lire
50,000 miles deep, tongues of flame dart
ing upward more than 50,000 miles, vol
canic forces that hurl into the solar
atmosphere luminous matter to the
height of 1C0.000 miles ; drawing to itself
all the worldi belonging to our family of
plants, ami Holding mem an in ineir
proper places; attracting with such supe
rior force- the millions of solid and stray
in&m- that are wandering in the fathom
less abyss that they rush helplessly
toward him, and fall Into his ilery em
brace. And thus hecontiiiueshUsiiblime
and rettlet inarch through hi; mighty
orWt. having a period ol more than 18.
000,000 of years.
Tbe I'olnr Bear'n Ciiiinlnic.
According to the Esquimaux, the seal
constructs its abode, beneath the surtuce
of the ice iu such a manner that It can
enter It from the water below ; here the
young seal passes Its infancy, and when
the returninir heat of Summer has de-
stroved Its iirlim or dwellins'. the younr
seal Is old enougli to take care ot ltsell :
but this mode ol lodging its youth be
neath the Ice Is well-known to the bear
who, with his keen scent soon detects the
whereabouts or the sears nursery, and
In order to pain entrance makes a spring
and comes down heavily on the top ol
the igloo, crushes it in, aud Immediately
seU.es tne young seai wun us paw.
liSr Durlm; the euldemlc of intermit-
tents in the W est this season, the whole
immense stock of Ayer's Ague Cure be
came exhausted, and the producing power
ot his Laboratory was found Inadequate
to meet tnu ucmanu. juauy wuo Knew
Us extraordinary virtues for the cure of
Chills and Fever, paid exorbitant prices
for it. Tills Ague Cure Is said, by those
who use It. to never fall. Header. It vou
must have medical aid. take the best of
medicine. Poor ieuu-die3 are dear, as
good are cheap, at any price you have to
pay ior litem. wiarjcjron vourtcr.
i ... r.
Prices to suit tho Times.
Wholesalo Figures, but No Credit I
Mrs. C. McLEAN,
Next Door to Stuart as Gholsou'fl
BETWEEN COMMERCIAL AND
TTATS, Ilonncts, Flowers, i, Laces, Itlhboav
LX .Silks, VelvetM, lies, iiucmiiK". torseis,
Kl.Uilove.-t, ltiikry, Vi.ritl.
Also the "La.lU-rt' )ivi Reform
Au.lulllhe ucw styles of trliumlnif MIU for
Uirlni nml hiimfttnr.
,fc-ari i. , ...til Iu. caI.1 nt rnrv nw ta
lives, for CABIl inul f-ASIt ONLY,
- i". i iiilii rivi v l.n.
NORTH SIDE 01' EIGHTH STREE'I
Between Washlnntou and Commercial
XUV fJSff MMz rai
E PROMINENT ADVAHTA6ES:
THE NEW LOW RESERVOIR "STANDARD"
"is' 111' fiK
Great Durability with Handsome
- MADS ONLY BY
on, H, eie Mr fir y, BMBf-MMlT, T. LOTJU, MO.
pjxxAM x. amttm, v. b.
HESIDKNCK: Ho, U Tklrtmeth atntt, at .
intra Wubln.ilca avwiw atul V klaut ttrtrl.
OFFICE i.Horta ille of Kiffcta' WrM W
tirrn Conuaracial aad WsaalnltoaaTfnnf.
W. DtrN2iINO, X. J).
RESinnsCK Oowwr Nlntb suit Walant
OFFICK HOURS: rroraa.ai. 13m., ana
Orom 2 to f) p, rat
OaQT K. MtTLUT,
OFFICE: At rvtldcacc oa Ninth 8tictt.be-
iwean naiainaronamtManu maioni
AKTXEX. P. WIHIiWt,
Attmrmej at bw.
OFFICIi: Ohio Ltroa, orer ruon fonucrlr
occupied by First National Bank,
AttorneyN and Counnvlom
OFFICE: Ohio Lvr, rooms 1 and B
liij kuonai lunc,
iCSSpecl"! attention given to .Vlmlralfy aud
HEAL. RST.T AOKJiT.
JOHN a. HARMAN &
;onvsyaxczu, voTAXisa puilic
Land Areata of the Illinois Oaatral and
jsurunaron ana wutney js. js.
North Cor. Sixth aad Ohio Lava.
U. J. HOWUCY.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE-At the Court House
BOX and BASKET CO
'All kinds banl and toft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, fto
Mill aad Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth etraet and
SIXTH STREET, Botweon OHIO
LEVSE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures bis own Horse Shoes and
ean Assure Good Work.
ARE ECONOMY IN PRICE,
' QUICK AND UNIFORM
Designs, and Giving PERFECT
113 COMMimCIAL AVE.,
Pianos and Organs,
IHZET mraio AMD
MTJauCAL MBRCHAlTDIMt OT
HALLET. DAVIS A CO.'
Of World wid Rcyatetion.
Ackaowleitirnl by nil cooil Mudclnus to le the
utn runo now rnaue.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which we have ld over 400 during
twelve year- pas', becoming more and mom
popular every day.
SMITITS AMERICAN ORGM,
Splendid tone. Power and Durability.
I Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very flno lii-tniraem, adapted to In-itru-
m nui as wen as vocui music.
A LL THE AHOVL' AIIE OFFKItKn fN
J. Kasy Monthly pjyments, at lowilmircs
rogaruuss oi u si rnccs.
In greit variety. Including all the new
and populir muMe ol tbe day.
Orders from the Couuiry
prornptly till u nnd sent
VIOLINS CUlflRS BANJOS
FRENCH HARPS, ETC., KTC.
Band Instruments of nil Kinds
Funds, ed to Order.
IT&IN0S F0S VI0LINR, OUITARI, BIO.
Classicti otiahoy and Exercises
Of all r Jc Piano or Voice.
at pi ives lowe.
l"u of M itilc:il Mer
o ijrder. promptly and
i ever oil'ercd before.
ROGER'S ELtGANT STATUARY.
Send for llln. 'rated Caialonto nnd Prlco
List Of fhCso beautiful groupc.
All Ooods Warranted as Ssprstentsd,
BOBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Bold Very Close.
Corner 10th St. and Commercial Av
0. O. PATUE1 CO.
And dealer Iu .
FLOUR, MEAL, GRAIN HAY,
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
Cadar City Hatioui 1 Tna.
IWITX Kit In ear-load lot r. :c . . fUclltrw
prices, adding FrWsht .
JOHH B. PHXIXIS
'e3for Jclm It PhBIW
Ind Deilfr; in
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
KXU, BJIA.K, tc. A
AftBtsfst LArUN 4 SAND fftWDEK CO
Z. D Mathin
KATHUSS to UHL,
VLOUR, GRAIN. HAY AND
64 Olaio Xiovoo.
No SO Ohio Xree,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. '
X. .1. Ayrrs.
S. n. Arrei;
ATRES to CO.,
I. D. THOMB,
Ami iltaler Iu
STAPLE ARB FANCY
Forolsn ana Domestic Fruita and Nuts
114 COMXBBCIAI AVKNUE.
DfAS T. l-.tKiM
PARKER A CUNNINGHAM,
(?tiCctsorJ lo Miller & Tartu.
And Healers In
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN. II AY,
01 onto i.r.vt.K.
rj'WoluivcIcasal llio Large Yelloir AVaro
houM. nUiraso eajiaclly a.iiw torn, wliicll fliet
us aiuiiie fuclUtlci I'orKtorinK auUWIl'I'iee
O. N. HUGHES,
Ovsr Kstatus 4 Vb1',
S AFFORD, M 0JUUB
IS OHIO LEVEE,
City Batiiaal laak BaUssagi rtoin.
Xhs OldaftRatasUsbad i
. an IlUsUs, rasvas
; ' ' MiOOtttt.