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Different Combinntion From any
Beforo Offered in tho Market, '
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Choice Selection of
and FLOWER POTS.
A Lllili hi GRATE W,
Swot and Rich
Central Hop Yoast
Attain This Summer.
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Manufacturers, wo are proparcd
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CAIRO CITT COAL COMPANY.
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Cjllalriday llro ' wharfboat
rV-At Kirintlan Mills, or
At Uie Coal Immii, loot of Tblrty-KlKht
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Al'vavs on h.-.nd, the crlebratol Illuminating
A II ton A OIL.
Corner Eleventh Street and Waahlav
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
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BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Bultdlnir. Cor. Twelfth Street
nnd waanintton Avmi,
0Conntj-and ILnilroad Work a Sieclally.
Tbe Beat it nlwnya the Cheapest T
The eliding; top le without eeame or
hinges, and cannot get out of order.
The menaurlnaj Pump la the easiest,
fastest, and ONLY PATINT PUMP used
In a galvanlied Iron tank. Prices reduoed.
Sand for Catalogue,
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For Sale at Manufacturers' pricea hy
SIXTH STREET. Botweon OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures hla own Home Shoes and
can Assure uood work.
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Otto. SvLlltlA auAl&lsjr, Gammx VvrmlfO. trt m.a.H
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1875.
nv . it. (itr.rKiuiH,
Morna, Morna. your eyes air blue,
Ami Mite, they aay in true and tender
I trouble for them, lent, loo true,
Theirtnitli brlnirlcnrs todim their splendor.
He ware of Cupid's silver Ikiw;
He ever lurks near blue eyes, maiden)
HI than are sometimes tfpt with woe,
'I Ik. mill M-einlnx all wllh pleasure laden
Oh, Morna! Mnrnnl I have Ran
For Hi'1 e)es so blue,
That (hi he so rtlr
Illuecjea mar look thron-h tears.
Oil. Monial Mnrnal Is.tao?
tun would not listen to my warning.
But yielded to the, Tevt-llpcd loe,
And look through lean this summer morning,
Does the pjr hawk gurad the ringdove's nest?
Do eagles mourn when larnbsare bleeding'
Does the false one rare when the maiden's Wreuat
Is anguished by hit honeyed pleading?
un, uni! .Hornai all my inn
For the eye so blue
Are true, too truei
The blue ejea look tears
'a be III (II an Vegrnd .'nmii-cleil w Ith ll
ICorre'iwndence of the Chicago Tribune
Okvii.'h Lxkk, Oct. 10. During tbo
JiiU hcusuu, and until lately, many bavu
bvfii lb tourisls' letters" which have
round place In your columns, .'lowing
wklj description 4 of tbls now mucli-i-s-tccmetl
summer report; and nouu huvo
been too eloquent hi lis praUes. Tbo
uiarveU of thubilrraud thu preclpltoiw
clllls, the woMtfrliil views, thu leniitlliil
nnd varied .riude4 of rccii hi thu lores!
foliage all thc-e bitvu been fully exjia
tiated upon throughout tho summer by
admiring visitors. Hut they kciii to lor
get that nutuiuii bestows many charms
upon a place like thU, In thu rich lines of
the foliiigo on tbe dill's ; forget that tho
beauty of this wild, weird spot Is height
ened by tho mysterious .spell of tlie.se
hazy ludian-futniner days.
It is sometimes pleasant to revisit such
a romantic, rcort as this alter the season
U over, when the gay crowd of giuu
lias lied, and to find our.-elf ahme amid
all tills richness and grandeur. Ten days
ago tho forem were in the pride of their
autumnal glory, and the el iris ueic gor
geous with" tho crimsons, and yellows,
and browns and greens, of the various
trees, which wondcrlully derive their sus
tenance lrom their rugged sides. Al
though thU glory is not yet altogether
vanMicd, stilt brown is seen to Un thu
prevailing cvlor ; the brilliant oak-leaves
nro beginning to fade nnd shrivel, tho
maples have shed their crimson Ibliaire,
and, silent and bare, listen to the music
of their forest companions", in which they
can no longer join ; and tho soft winds
stir thu crackling leaves that lie brown
and sombre beneath their parent trees.
1 walked tins mornli)'' over tnu cutis to
the Kirkl.inil VullfV. at thu fcouth end.
and lelt well repaid lor my weariness by
the rlcliiy-coiored landscapes spreau
out lR'fore inu In every direction. As I
sal pcrclieu on a mgii rocx, aim iookcu
lar uuwii into tnu lake ociow. i was re-
mludeil ol thu Indian leitcud of tbls
spot, which was tohl mc n few days
It is stated that. In former times, there
dwelt by the-u waters a tribe whose Chief
Inula very beautuui iiaugiuer. iwo
young nobles of thu tribe were deeply
u love witn tins uauaiuer. nun ie-
twten them was a hitler rivalry and
hatred, lvcauc ot the decided prelerence
which she showed lor one of them. The
Chief lookfd favorably upon both, but at
last, to decide the matter, he assembled
iU people, and proclaimed mat, oi tue
two. he who should tir?t bring him an
eaglet from a nest on yonder height
hould have thu bund of bis daughter.
The two started at once to climb the per
ilous lace ol the cliff; and thu beloved of
the Indi.ui maid, doubtless inspired by
the thought that her gaze followed him
anxioiifly lroin below, succeeded In
reaching the desired point llrst, nnd.
seizin!: nn cajrlet from tlio nest, held it
alolt in thu sight of tin: people. Hut, us
lie was about to descend, be met his rival,
who. when he saw that ho had lost thu
coveted prize, seized upon the other, and,
witn it unguis; iiami, mined mm
over into the lake below. 'The people
stood motionless, but the Chiefs daugh
ter, with a cry ol (hpalr, sprang into
her ciiiioc, and pushed oil lrom the shore
in thu direction of thu spot when thu
body of her lover had dUappeaml.
Meanwniic a storm nan risen, una tnu
wind and thu waves mired furiouly ; but
still she struggled on, tossed by the angry
waters, until ut last she was lo-t In tho
darkness which suddenly tell upon the
scene, and was never ulterward found.
lhou"h tho peoplu sought her long and
aiixlouslv. .Since that time, the Indians
believe the lake to be inhabited by nu
evil spirit. Thev relusu to eat ol thu
fUh caught In its waters, and always
avoid looking at It if they are obliged to
pas near iy.
At the base of the south face of the
ellll which i altogether the most re
markable is n small cave pre.-entlng u
strange phenomenon In tho ley ntiuos
iihere Issuing lrom its mouth. At u dis
tance of six leel, tho air U warm and
pleasant : but, as ono proceeds nearer to
thu oiienliiL'. it becomes suddenly colder
mid colder, until Its chilling breath seems
sunieient cause lur giving it its name oi
Tbe Wrougs or Hip lied Mhii.
Kroiu the New York Herald,
The long series ol wrongs heaped upon
the aborigines of America ever since the
discovery mid settlement of this country
has nothing more heartless or pathetic
than thtj story of the Temecula Indians
which we print this morning. Wo are
accustomed to speak of tho cruelty and
treachery of the savage, but tho avarice
and Inhumanity oi the white man are
even more prominent features in Ameri
can history. In a little more than two
centuries the natives have been driven
from the A,tillitp tfi tho Ilocky Moun
tains and tribes as countless as tho leaves
of the forest reduced to u mere handliil
of half-starved wretches. Tho bravo
Is no longer a warrior, but a loafing and
treacherous murderer, and the Indian
has no rights any where. If he refuses to
go upon a reservation necessity reoiilrcs.
that hu shall be exterminated, It he? nuts
hlinselfuuderfosterliigcaro of the Great
Father thu Indian lllng is sure to rob him
first and allow him to starve ufterwiird.
Go where he will, ''civilization," in one
form or another, Is sure to follow hlui
and to oppress him. To mis iato tuo
Temecula Indians are no exception. In
deed, tho story ot their inlsloitunes Is
one of thu most pathetlu of thu whole so--li.c
A hundred veins uiro their chil
drcn s Wiil iiil'd on the 1'acihe coast. Now
tt" y ..re reduced to a beggerly live thou-
id. Then tho whole laud was theirs.
I stny there h not a loot of ground they
advancing civilization, tney at lau set
tled down among u cone of the
San Bernardino .Mountains ; hut tho
white man from over the seas cov
Ltod the aunt fur a sherl) lia'lure. nnd
j the native i not even lelt room enough
in starve wiiuoui. uisiui nance. wue
Frenchman nnd two Scotchmen have
ousted Hie original lords of the soil, and
their sheep graze hi the Indian's last re
treat. Is it thus the government or the
United States takes care of tbe rights ol
these poor peoplu the rightful wards of
the nation; Is It possible that one
Frenchman and a brace of Scotchmen,
cither with or without tho consent of thu
government nt Washington, are allowed
to dispossess llvu thousand people, that
they may feed their sheep on the last ves
tige of the heritage of the red man ? The
ease, as presented in tho letter of Colonel
i'cel and transmitted to the Indian Bu
reau, is one which not only excites our
sympathies, but demands the Immediate
attention ot the department and the
1'arasllvs) on Minis.
.Many a person has watched with anx
iety anu care a jiet canary, a goldllnchor
other tiny favorite, evidently in a shite of
perturbation, plucking at liiiu-ell contin
uously, his feathers standing all wrong,
always lldgettinir about, and In every
way looking very seedy. In vain is his
lood changed, ami hi vain is another sau
cer of clean water alwavs kept iu his
cage, nnd all that kindness can suggest
lor the little prisoner done; but
still all Is or no use, he
is no better and .vhy 'r Be
cause the cause ol his wretched
ness has not been found out,
and until It Is other attempts arc but
vain. If the owner of a put in such dif
ficulties will take down the cage and east
his or her eye.? up to thu roofthereof,
there will most likely be seen a mass ot
stuff looking .13 much like red dust as
anything; and troin thence comes the
cause ot the poor bird's uneasiness. The
red dut Is nothing more nor less than
myriads or parasites Infesting tbe
bird, and for which water is no
remedy. There U, however, a remedy,
and ono easily procured iu a moment
tire. By procuring a lighted candle and
holding It under every particle at the
ton of the cage till all chances of any
thing being lelt alive Is gone, the remedy
Is complete. The pet will soon brighten
up again after his house-warming, and
will, in his cheerful and delightful way.
thank his master or mi-tress oyer and
over again for tills, though slight, to him
I from the New Madrid Hecord.)
Lewis Todd, a printer a swift com
positor a social, genial gentleman, is
missing. He lelt St. Louis about the 15th
or duly, since which time nothing has
been heard lrom him. He is about
twenty-nine years of age, live fevt eight
Inches high, weighs about I'M pounds.
has dark blue eyes, black hair, thin nnt
taclie and chin whiskers: Is slhrhtlv dis
sipated. His aged mother at liidepeiid
eueu has "a light iu the window for
hhn," nnd listens for the sound of his re
turning inotstcp. lie also lelt a wife and
child In St. Louis. Any information con
cerning him can be addressed to this
oftlce, or to Mary .lane Todd, Independ
Missouri. Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa,
Mississippi, LouMntin, .Minnesota, Kan
sas, Colorado and California papers will
confer a great favor on a dUtrc-scd wife
and mother by copying this notice.
Hliippril loo Noon.
About two years ngo two young men
had between them about $100. "the sav
ings of a long spell of work." They
were offered a halt Interest in a gold mine
at Central City, Col., if they would sink It
thirty feet deeper. Upon each side were
tbe "Veto" and other paying lodes, but
these had good roads to the mills and
furnaces of wealthy companies. .More
over, the mine wns difficult ol access; It
was necessary to carry the ore hi gunny
sacks for n considerable distance ; then
to pack it upon mules ; nnd thus, by
the lime it reached the mills, the gold in
it would not pay expenses. The young
worker, when they had spent all their
money, became dicouinged and aband
oned their contract. This year two new
speculators came, and undertook to go
on with the work upon the same terms.
They had not sunk more than two f et
in this abandoned claim when they struck
ore wortli $2,000 per ton. The 'feelings
or their unfortunate predecessors can be
From the Philadelphia I'rcebylerian.l
From the World's Dispensary 1'rinthig
Oillce and Bindery, Buffalo, X. Y., we
have received " 1 he People's Common
Seuse Medical Adviser, in plain KuglUh ;
or, Medicine Simplified," hv it. V. i'ieree.
M. ., Counsellor-lii-ohlef ot the Hoard
of Physicians and Surgeon, at the World's
DUpensarv. Whoever helps humanity
hi its struggle with its Inherent weak
nesses and diseases, to bear or cure, is its
iHMicfactor. Ignorance is not only of it
self h cause ot disease and mortality, but
It Is the enemy of every ef
fort to cure or mitigate. Nothing
will so speedily remove this cause as
knowledge (nu elementary one at least)
of the diseases to which we are heir, as
well ns those superinduced by our own
Imprudence. Dr. Pierce has rendered,
In our Judgment, a benefactor's service,
both to the nllllcted anil to thu profession,
In his diagnosis or thu diseases treated of,
mid Iu thu presentation of the philosophic
principles involved hi their cause and re-
lliovrti, jie is spannx ui icuituns, mm
usually prescribes such as arc safe iu un
skilled hands. As a book merely of ab
stract knowledge, It is exceedingly read
able and Interesting, especially the foL
lowing .subjects: Cerebral Thys
lology, Human Temperaments,
IVudo-IIyglene, tho Nursing ot
the Sck, Sleep, Food, Ventilation,
eto. In ono chanter on another subject,
so delicate In lis nature that it is shut up
beyond the domain of warning to all but
physicians, so accursed In Its results In
modern society, bo Is most explicit, and
alike true to God, to virtue, to life, and
to society, show the truth as presented
In tho teaching of Scripture that llfo
begins with conception with great lorce,
to which is added fntlhlnl warnings.
Price ol the Medical AdvUtv $1.50, sent
post-paid. Address tho author at Buf
falo. X. V.
cm call tlielr own.
r.iehrat.a for iu MJTY, JirjMwaTH a
at fieBft.T.i QUH)
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AND SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY
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F. M. STOCKFLSiTH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
FORBIGhM- AND DOMXISTIO
Wines and Liquors,,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Keops a full stock of
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FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
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UESIDENCE: No. 21 Tulrtcenlh strwt.be
twten Washington avenue and Walnut stmt.
OFFICE: North lle of Eighth street be
tween Commercial anil Washington avenue.
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OFriCE: Corner SLxth street ami Ohio Lcvc.
OFFICE IIOUI13: From 6a.m. 12m.. ami
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OFFICE: At residence on Ninth Stmt, be
tween Wasulujiton avenue and Wuluut M.
QREEN & GILBERT,
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Lily National Hunk,
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t3Special attention given to Admiralty and
rai 1 a Kin uimtcd
1 ni.1. nisi I l-M
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes.
TKE. WALDER U receiving daily a
X lartfe and splendid stock of KOods,
and is determined to
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He is resolvod to (five the very boat
KOods for the very lowest prices. Call
aud see for yourselves.
Corner Sixth Street and Ohio
DR SHERMAN S
'fill inepanitinu Is now ueknowlcli;ed to be
iuierior tuull known romedics lor the taal-
Syphillis in nil its Stages, Sorofu
lous AU'octiona, Chronio Ul
cers, Enlarsromeut of tbo
Kaixclully In Rynhiltlu diseases, in which it
has muiTium!)'. when kIvhi up til lini by
itmliii'iit utivsii'lans It Is entli-elv vriretahle.
Nu rliungi'iir diet Is miiilrtnl and am l taken
in all conditions til Ihe system with safety, und
In connection wllh other medicines. If flic jui
MMit tu any iart of the Unlteil htatcs by ex
press, five lrom ubacrvalion. . ,
N. . amiile'iiackages sent Io any jurtol the
U11IU1I Mates, on nceldor.VH:. Aildrcss
m Noith Sixth stretl, t. Louis Mo
The (treat Neno t:uinnroi cures r.plltptloFlt.t,
Onvulsloiis, Stinn, Mt Vim Uaui-e. midult
Kervnus Iliseases) the. only knoAYU po.lllTetrm
..iv lur Knllriillo i'lli. Ik laii Ut'll leateil liv
thoiHand, anil has never been known to fail lit 11
8lu.iflees.se Trial jiarkuge free. Knelosc stauii
lor CUVUiars KIXIIIU evmeiiwi u iv"
Addles, lilt. 81 A. UICIIMONII.
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Land Airanta of the Illinois Central and
Burlington and Uutncy R. R.
North Cor. Sixth svnd Ohio Lara,
I. ). LYNCH. H. J. HOWLKY.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE-At tho Court Housa.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
1 VARIETY STOCK
, TUT mmj mmw
Goods Sold Very Close.
Uorner 10th St. and Commercial Av
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
BOX and BASKET CO
All kinds hard and soft,)
FLOORING, BIDING, LATH, &0
Mill aad Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street aud
Coiner Washington Av, and 14th Street,
OPEN EROM5 TO 0 P.M. DAILY.
NOliTIl SWR OF EIGHTH STHEE1
Between Washiatrton und Commercial
R. W. MILLER,
FLOUR, MEAL, GRAIN HAY,
JOHN B. PHIXXIS
(Shiew-tsors to John It. rblllll)
Anil Dsalers In
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
HEAL, BBAff, (tc.
Af snU for LAFLIK XAHS NWCKX CO
COoraar Taatk Strsst aad Ohio
7.. D Mnllmss. E. c.
MATHTJSS tc UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
04 OXxia laovoo,
So fO Ohio Lcvec,
E.J. Ayres. 8. D. AJIU.
AYRES 6c CO.,
And general 1
L. D. THOMS,
And dealer iu
STAPLE AND FANCY
Foreign and Domestio Fruits and Nuts
184 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
II II. CUNINillAM.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(Successors to Miller A lMrkcr,)
And Dealers In
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN. HAY,
01 oZum. j OMUO, ILLINOIS.
C3"We have leafed Hie l.'irgo Yellow Wale
hoii'.e, stomjte capacity 3,hp ions, whlc'i KlMs
us ample tUcilllles forttoiliieand khlpiilu.
C. N. HUGHES,
Orer Kathnu ft Uhl'i.
"VTONU but Flr.t-Clats Companies rtpre
-i 1 seiiuii.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Rational Buk Buildiog', up-itain.
The OldsstEsUblished Alfenoy in Sout
ra Illinois, represenuntr ovir
165 000 000
Butter, Eggs, Fish, Poultry,
Game and all kinds of fresh
Fruit and Vegetables.
Eighth Street, Carro, 111
trOrilers for Steamboats promptly .HI'"' '
my hour, day or nlisht. 7 "