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series, Wootenwtn, TagetaU
fruits, o., In.
Try My New Stylt Mixed
DJffereat Combination Prom any
-Bofor Ottered in the Market,
and of Excellent Flavor.
Ct!ice Selection of
and FLOWER POTS.
& LITTLE hi GEATE Imliot,
Central Hop Yeast
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
MT. OARBON(Bifl Muddy)
Order for Coal by the oar-load,
ton, or ia hecekoads, for abipment,
iromptly ktfcendod to.
MTT targe consumers and all
aanufaoturers, we are prepared
to supply any. quantity, by the
in or j
year, at uniform rates.
CAIie CITY COAL COMPART.
Eyilalllday Bra.' ofllc, No. 70 Ohio Levee,
tVlUiriiUy kro.'s wharf boat.
rWt Egyptian Ulllt, or
Cf-At Uie Coat Dump, foot M Thirty-Eight
Cyroil Office Drawer. SOS.
"A eeeanlet Pictorial Htatarjr af the
Time Tke 'neat, etienpe-at, anal
aeat aueceaaful Family Fnuer
la Ike Vmimm "
NOTICES OF TUB FRKbS.
The Weekly la I he ableat ami most pow
erlul illustrated periodical publUbed Id
tnti couutry. Itn editmiali are cliolrly
and coavinelng, and carry much welfrbt.
Iu lUuatrationi of. current eveuU are. lull
and lrea, and aro prepared hy our beatde
tlgnen. VltU a circulation b: 1M),000, the
Weekly U read at leaat by half a million
peraoui, and IU Influence ai an oVtcm of
oplulon ii ilaiply tremendoui. The Week
ly maintains a poslilvo position, and ex
presses decided views on political and ao
elal problems. Lnulsvlllo Courlor-Jouroal.
Ita articles are models of high-toned dis
cualon, and its pictorial Illustrations are
often corroborative arguments of no small
lores. 1, x, lixaminor ana uuronicie.
Its papers upon existent questions and Ita
inimitable cartoons help to mould the sen
timents ol the country l'lttsburg Com
1'otUge free to subscribers In the United
Harper's Wsekly. one voir iu nn'
Four dollars Include prepayment of U.
H. ponaice by Iho publishers. ' 1 ' u
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Weekly, and Bazar, to one address for one
year, $10 00; or, two of Harper's 1'orlodl
cals, to one addrosa for one year, 7 00;
An extra copy of 'he Magazine, Weekly,
or Haxar will be supplod prat's for every
club or fire subscriber at 00 oeb, lu
one remittance; or, six copies for S-jo uo,
without extra copy; postage tree.
Back numbers can be supplied at any time.
The annual volumes or surper'a Weekly,
In ueal uUptb bis ding, will be sent by ox
press, fne of eipense. ror 97 00 each. A
complete Mti comprising eighteen volumes,
sent on receipt of oath at tie rte ol S6 u&
per volume, freight at the pea-e ol the
3PNewtpaprs are not to copy this d
verusement without U.) es press orders ol
Harper A Brothers, t
AdireM UABFXR IBOTHKlfl, N. Y,
B7y 5 BsBsaBsBBBBBBBsM
. .J ft 1MVH
R. SMYTH le CO.,
$ vfteleealt MS Retell Dealers la
Frtica ataA Domestic
WINES OF AXili KIND,
to. SO OMo Levee,
MK98UT. 9UIT1I CO. have coatUntly
a Urn etoek of tha beat rood. In Ike mar
ket, ud r I t special attention to lb wholesale
rancnoi u uuainea.
AOXNTS AltniOAH POWOXR CO
57 Ohio Levee.
O. D WILLIAMSON,
Ho. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
QI'KCIAL attention given tnennslrumcnts Mil
B. F. PARKER,
?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &c.
Always on hand, the otltbratttl Illuminating
Oonaer Eleventh Street and Waahina
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
T. O. XXuola,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Buildlnr. Oor. Twelfth Street
aad WaahlBartoa Arenas,
Kt-County nd Railroad Work a Specialty.
SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures his own Korea Bhoeeand
can Assure Qood Work.
Mrs. M. SWANDER
Is now rrrelrinir a lare ami well selected
FALL AND WINTER
At her stand on
To which she Invito the attention or the ladles
or Cairo and vicinity. In this stock will lie
round all the latest style or Hats, llonnt'ts, ltlli
lius, Flowers nud all Millinery liooda, all or-
lerea a w iukhi nia r"'
krarclior bargains am earnestly retiueatwl to
uh Hwnnilfi n rjill hefitn utirrJiflainif
eliewhere. Her stock or fancy goods audno-
llona Is oomiilete, aud she is determined not to
be unds rsold by any body I u the city.
A Book for the People.
VBYdlOLOOY i A triUliiut, mnllcal tun. vf SM
or f lust iluuhU colunis pages lid v Sit
"AltSSIAUE. ) hmi,I u4 l.i.l tt-Ulionl oflh. Kin,
tlniis, Uw at yaUrtaa f luSroductlon, to. A iludud
w ni7 'n in. .t louidlwawi uf llie Urinary ana utn
srMitTsOriaiaurboihws... ii.fiu.iim. .n riirniiurPrt'
swrrid Slid ia cYiiUiuiilMlnt manUi Kvt sm.r,
Stwk tdnnlHiti.nl, tHillil)i.uulu.puiu MlUtl uotli
iWlng KuuwiuiM wiiM Mluna ft., iffltt .buy. dltiiKi.
e,ic.. MiMt cuvtrt.SI.U. iMiundlM .l.tt.. ai iui .
fug eoBUiilt of Ik. (kut urk
tMftl uf attmn. AIM a am .11
KKtlp, uf tittup. AIM a, tniall s4laiTmtU) SaUw
TU MEDIO AL BUSftlOALIIITirCTi;
Oa0.ee. llaM1 ato&UAlsia. OosssaeM Xrarelftli. SJtreat ex&
f hr Bnihtln.
AT I AT.
When first the bride and brtdesrootn wnt,
They love their single sslrrs the lt
A sword Is In thsmanisge bnl,
Tbcir tiarate slnmh h are not ret
Tbty qiiaml and make tin again ,
Tbey g Ire and tiifltr Wnrida of pnln
Hoth right, and wroos,
They strwrKle long,
Till some good day , when thsy are old .
Some dark day. when the bella are lolled,
lwath havlnstUksB tbelr bt of llff,
Thr lose themnelres, and flud carh otheri
Thsy know that they are hiuUnd, wire,
For. weeping, they are Father, Motherl
-R If. Stoddard. In Harper's Alaffiizine for
The ratal atlsmder.
(AuMln (Texan) Statesman.) '
Kaclt day In the pron. ol lfKldatloit
In the Capitol there Is Ulfcoverul n want
of botBujrenlouiiit'ft lu districts of TexaM
retutHa from onu utiotber wbicli raunot
be readily obviated. Tocal setllstihcsi
and arts ol dcninj;i)iil.ra luIcrH)xe In
lunenible obstnek-x to reform, unU tliu
failure of tlio wliolo proposed stlicme of
goreriitneiit Is a potslblo result. If it gu
Into operiitlon, the severance of the V'est
and South from the North ami Kitst lc
eotties a populitr tiecewlty. The major
ity etitoreis n th-gree of sellUliuess
wholly Incomprehensible. A tnaRiilllcent
empire, streteliltiK from Ked river to the
Hlo (jrunde, from the Hocky Moutituiti
to the sea; mi empire that should be a
world within It-ell. mid mill more a world
hy Itself; Hint Mioulil multiply the orig
inal diverMtie of soil, climate, produc
tions, and Intensify the essential dU'lin
llarlty between ruces, while It reconciled
all practlcul utitngouUms ; such an eudur
Uiji empire, when the destinies of Texas
are rontemjilated, U the dream of true
statesmittislilp and pulriotim. The con
vciitlon Iwn surely torjfotteii that law-dle-tltijcuialilng
races and laws of clvlli.ttlon
are stronger Inlliiltely than t!io-u
ol governuieiit. The former dic
tate the policy of the latter.
Laws ol race mid of civilization ate of
God, while those ol government are ol
men. The llr.-t, like God, arc mighty
and eternal ; the latter, like men, idiort
llved and transient. Falling to accept
these plain tacts as Una!, the Convention,
jirefcriing theories of Thad. Stevens,
lias failed to enact meaiires which recog
nize God's edicts separating races, and
tailing to accept this original principle
the rclietnu of Texan government be
coiiil'.h r-.ulif'illv ilcfi i'tivi- anil cintiot en
dure. The hisllot Iwx loses its cohesive
force In the native incurable re
pulsions ol races and wide districts
of the State must be sc.icratcd, each
year, more and more violently Irom one
another. Diversity of race is incurable
and 'while" and "black" are as distinct
facts on the laee ol Texan history to be
as distinctly recognized in Texan legisla
tion as J led Itiycr, the Gulf coait and verdure-clad
plains of the North aud West.
God's laws cannot be rescinded by those
evolved from Northern hatred ol South
ern uhlte men by the remorseless rage of
Thau. Stevens aim Ucn Hutler. c sec
and confess the fact and the necessity,
but our law-tunVcrs have not the courage
either to perpetuate tin: unity of Texas or
assert uie liicuratilo tliven-lly or races.
R'ltabajratfin, In one of its aspects,
Owners of the Waco Arraigned by s
Nkw Vobk, November 14. A special
from Troy, N. V., says the Key. l'eter
A. Moelling. of the German Methodist
Church there, accompanied his daughter
to Pier No. 22 Kast river, at 2:: o'clock
on the day the steamer Waco sailed, and
remained with her until U:15. During
the time he was there a large number of
barrels of oil were taken oil board and
stowed along the deck running around
the cabin. So many of these casks were
on board that the whole .space fore and
aft was occupied by them,
aud Iui therclore had some
dilllculty in making Ids way from the
door ot Miss Moelling's cabin to the
gangway Icadlug down to the wliarf. He
can Kittiy assert that more than lorty
casks were so placed, lie also noticed
boxes, suck as contain tins of astral oil,
piled on the deck at the entrance alt.
and saw a large box, which may have
coutalned matches or other Inflammable
material. He considered it somewhat
singular that the persons stowing barrels
of oil were two of the cabin stewards.
and noticed that the casks were heavy,
requiring two men to iiamiie each 01
them, lie noticed on the countenances
of the stewards and chambermaid an evi
dence of gloom and apprehension, and
became so mucii impressed with an
idea that something unfortunate
was about to liaiuieu, that if
lie could have accomplished It after
taking leave of his daughter, lie would
have withdrawn tier from the vessel. He
thinks that when it vas seen that the
passengers were of a class who could not
resist me smpmcnt 01 on, advantage was
taken to put It on board at the last mo
ment. During the time of its being
shipped, other merchandise) was being
taken in the hold. He has lived at Gal
veston for twenty years, and never kuuw
of an instance ot lightning setting tire to
anything there; therefore, he considers
that the lire arose irom the materials
aboard the Waeo, and not from lightning.
From the position of the oil ranging lore
and aft no possibility of savlmr the vessel
could exist when once u lire broke out.
lie Intends to commence legal proceed
ings against the owners of the Waco for
the loss of his daughter, and visits New
York for that purpose.
CMptnlu Ike Hood Nuppoaeil to bo
From Captain Harvey Mathes, editor
of the Ledger, we Imvo received t lie lid
lowing letter, addressed to him by the
writer. We publish 11 lu the hope of
eliciting a response to the question
whet her Captain Hood was the unfortu
nate who met a watery grave in so iiu
looked for n manner. Wo hope not :
Huliikiuon, Miss., November 10. I
am fearful of the worst for our friend Ike
Hood. On Tuesday evening last lie was
In Memphis getting hands to work on
my levee. A lew minutes before the
White backed out Captain Hood left me
to go aboard ot tho Illinois, wish
ing, as he. stated, to see some friends. As
the White was backing out there was a
man seen to Jump from Iho llliuols to
ward tho White. Missing his foothold
he was precipitated lu the river. Tho
current carried lilm under the wheels of
Uie boat, which were In motion, 1 wish
?rou would make inquiries, aud llud out
f it was Hood. 1 am hoping for the best,
while I nin fearful of the worst. I will
return to Memphis by next Tuesday, and
will give you more particulars.
J, T. jKFFKItSOS.
Captain Hood was well known In Mem
Dills, where lor some time Immediately
after the war he was engaged on the ir
ons as one oi tnu loctu reporters, wince
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1875.
leaving that position lie has tilled many
others of a public character, in which he
discharged every duty devolving upon
him with ability. He was a brave soldier
and a good-hcurted, noble fellow.
How Amrrlenn Wamantieed U Ble
rstccel In frar.ee .
(Donn I'latt In Washington Capital.
We wcro traveling from I'arls to Lon
don on the night train. A minute be
fore the train started u Iricnd put his
head In the window of our carriage and
gave the startling Information that the.
Phoenix was iu the next compartment to
To appreciate thlf cheerful information
our readers slioulirkuow that tho I'liie
nix It the American woman who capti
vated a Ilusslan imperial prince, and not
only made oil with his heart, but also a
large assortment of jewels belonging to
the imperial family. The story runs that
the yoath became so madly in love with
the l'hter.lx so called because the ap
peared. In tire eves of the ellete despot
ism of Russia, as the wife of or widow
of a Mr. IMkliiIx. her real name
being Letty Blackford that he,
said scion ot imperial blood, did
steal, take and carry nwny to this benutr
his mother's diamonds. Not content with
this appropriation, it was reported that
he helped himself to various precious
stones adorning a saint In the imperial
chapel of the palace. The I'ha'iilx. re
ceiving these presents, worth untold
sums, brought Into piny her native
shrewdness, and suspecting there might
be some flaw iu the title, expressed the
valuables to London.
She wa not an hour too soon In this,
for the prince was arrested, and shortly
after the police had the l'lurulx. But
the more the mailer was looked into the
more evident it bccaim; that the least said
the better. The lovc-slck youth was put
under imjicrial arrest, and the fair lady,
escorted to the frontier, was bade to go
her way, which she tlid willingly enough.
She turned up in Paris, and at the hols
became n noted object through her beauty
and stunning Kussinu equipage, while at
the opera she shoMe like ndocomotlye
covered with hcad-Mirhts, as she wore all
the imperial jewelry presented to her.
Looking through the triangular glass
that exists between the compartments,
we saw the I'lio'iilx, sitting on the Feat
opposite, coolly smoking a cigarette. She
wore a gray ulster with n peaked felt hat,
with gloves and boots to match, and was,
as well as we could determine, about
twenty-live years of age. Her hair .was
light chcfcuttt and seemed to be abundant.
Her eye, by far the llnest feature, were
large, lustrous and either dark gray or
hazel, aud we could not determine. Her
lioman nose, in exquisite proportion,
had that cold, delicate outline
and thin nostrils that Indicate the bird ot
prey, be 11 In Letty or Vnnderhllt, while
the mouth, though full and fair, con
firmed the impression the nose had
made. The cheeks and full Jaw were
rather heavy, and the whole laee told of
a Judith who would irolu on llolokrnes
witli assurances of distinguished consid
eration, with a knife ready to sever his
jugular hid in her boom or bustle. We
would as soon think -of making love to
Lady Macbeth or Vinnlc Ileum's Lin
coln as this female American vulture.
We could not help contrasting the hard,
handsome face of the adventurer with
rtbe youthlul beauty of the young girls lu
H iBBiaalppI 1'ostniHSIcra.
Cincinnati Commercial : The removal
of Postmaster Pease, at Vieksburg. is re
garded as another direct snub ol Post
master General Jewell, as it was made
without consultation with lilm, aud lu
the face of his positive statement a few
weeks ago that It should not be made.
Chicago Times: Postmaster General
Jewell has been snubbed again. If he
were not a man who Is loud of olllcial po
sition, he would resign his seat iu the
cabinet. This last snubbing occurred
In relation to tho late changes
In the pnstoftlcc department in Missis
sippi. When Pene, the postmaster at
Vieksburg, and Stearin, postmaster at
Holly Springs, first went over to the
anti-Ames side of the late campaign,
there was somu talk here of their being;
removed. Upon this occasion, Mr. Jewell
took pains to say that these men were
faithful olllcers, and that they should not
be removed for their share iu the defense
of the Interest of the State. Almost upon
the heels of this assertion comes the re
moval of these men by the President.
" rtiron iMijralr to tho llogei I'll
none or ii."
We do not iu the least' leel like blaming
Macbeth for tills expression of disgust ;
Indeed, we are rather inclined to sympa
thize witli him. Even uow-a-days most
of the cathartics oll'cred to the public are
great, repulsive-looking pills, tho very
appearance of which issutllclcut to "turn
one's stomach." Had Macbeth ever taken
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Purgatlvo Pellets
he would not have tittered lhoe words of
contempt. It is really encouraging,
when one Is III, to llud that u little, sugar
coated Pellet, no larger than a grain of
mustard, will as promptly produce tho
desired effect as n dose of great, nauseat
lag pills. These littiu Pellets, unlike
other cathartics, are really nature's
physic. They do not debilitate, but tono
an 1 invigorate tho system. No family
should be without Dr. Pierce's Pleasant
Have removed llielr olllre and kiU'si oihii from
corner NINTH STItKKT and Commercial Ave
mio to tlii fommiidlmw brick room on Com
mercial A wiiiiv between TKNTH A.VII KI.KV
KSTII STIIKKTS, lately omipleil by J. C. fnr
son, where can ulwaya bu lotimla complete iw
sortiuvnt of the
Which have proved to lie the most durable, umt
are now the ralft niiinlnif machine sold.
tj-A trial will convince any ane that they are
Slit, murliilil, In liliv.
tJ-Wc ulao kw ii lor salea good aifoiliiicnt or
riooi uounn, sua iwiti,iiiiu i.iiiui-u .iiram,
w hich we offer at low IIkuivd.
The HOWE MACHINE CO.,
D. F. BENNETT, Agont.
I37"Great Medical Book,
andSecreU ror lilies and lients, Suut free fur
wo Hianni. Addreaa,
hT. JOSKfll .Mr.DIOAl. INN I ITIIT"
ht Jooepli, Mo.
PROMINENT ADVANTAGES o
THE NEW LOW RESEEV0IR "STANDARD"
v.Auh!i- . ARE TirONfiMV IN VXIWV
Great Durability with Handsome
Excelsior Memufacturing domp y
oi, viv ana bib a. MAUf STIBT, ST, LOUIS, UO,
AMD MOLD ZXCLT7STVXX.Y BY
8-,7-an0- W- HENDIMOir, Cairo, ZUlmois.
The People' Bomedy.
Tho Universal Fain Ext actor.
tfote: Aak for Fond'e Extract.
Take no other.
"lleurj furl will aueak of excellent thlne.
'injuries to Vlan nrBeuata,
Htrnlna, spralna, Contu
Frnrlurra, tuts, Larera-
Usl or Incised Wounds.
M Weill nt. Ilurns , Senilis,
Rleedliitf Lunga, or
Moae Bleed, and Uleed-
InrUunu or Teeth.
oiiiitlHij of Blooil and
Pllea -llleediu piles,
mi,,, i pm nSLiui.il
I ........ iujwiiII6,i
nuKia, oweuea rate.
tii. .ni.. ...
Htliriieae or Soreness.
Wore Tflreal or Quinsy.
Hore or Inflamed Kyes or
More Xllinlea. luflamad
Pnlnful or too rromse
MUk Oar, Urariaa Ola-
t.X'hiaHnaa aad -Exeoraa-
uona or inranta, or
Vnrleoae Vrlna, Kn-
U.H.I A-l-t.MI ' I
Illeern. Old Sores, luter-
nolle. Carbuncles. Tu
mors, Hot 8wellina.
Cumin and Itunlous, Chal-
1 or Sore reel.
lon or Whitlow, Krost-
m! l.lmli l .
jXuatiulto Bltea, Insect
siiiiks, cnappeu uanats.
I'OXh'S KXTRAtrr Is ror sale bjf all rirst
Clnaa DrnirnUU.and recoiumcodeU by
all DmirgUtK, Physicians, and every
body who hits eer uel It.
Pmupblot contnluiuK Iti.tory nnd Uses mail
l free on application, if not found at your
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
yir.T.IAK S. SMITH, X. V.
UKSIUKNCK: .No. 21 Thirteenth street, be
twecn Washington avenue and Walnut nUwt.
OKFJCK: North side of KlKhth street be
tween Commeroial and Wiuhimrton avenue,
W. DUKNINO, X. S.
UESIDENCU: Corner Ninth and Walnut
OFriCK: Corner Sixth atreet mid Ohio Levee.
OKKICK IIOUK9: 1'roniCa.iu, Urn., and
from 'i to 8 p.m.
JOHN H. MTJLKEY,
Attorney at aLnw.
OKFICK: Atrvsldenra on Ninth Street, be
tween Wiuhliuctoii uvenue aud Walnut St.
JAUK" K. LANK.
r. u, WAXtu.
XiAXTX dk WARS,
Thcliest Inllienuirkit. Also all kinds of
SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD,
Orders Delivered to any part
of the City Promptly.
lionvo Orders at Crvatal Saloon.
or at the Company's Offlco, at Nar
row Gaugo Depot.
TERMS Nott Cash on Delivery
The great Nerve ConiUror. cures Kplleptlc flU,
Couvul'lona, Sisnw, M. Vitus lluure. and itlf
Xervoua llciiei the only known poillive rem
uly Tor Kpileiillu 'IU. It luut been tested by
thousands und luu ntivcr bvcu known to fail In a
itugle i-jiae. Trial purka(e free. Knclone tlamu
for circulars glvinif evideuve of cure.
' Addliwa, UK. t). A. IIIU1IMONII.
10. 1 ft dly Kox 741, HI. ,loili, Mo.
QUICK AND UNIFORM
Designs, and Giving PERFECT
JOHN Q. HARMAN CO.
WXVZTAMCXM, KOTAliai PTJIUC
Uad Areata of the IlUaade Oeatral aad
BarUactoa and Oalaoy X. B.
rTortk Oar. aUxtk aael Okie Levee,
I. (I. LTMCII.
M. ! IIOWLSr.
LYNCH ft HOWLEY,
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OPFIOX-At the Oeort Honae.
WXOXJHAXB AJtD BXTAZZ..
IN THX CITY.
Oooda iold Very Glaae,
Uerner 1BU St. and Oosnaerolal Ay
C. 0. PATIER it CO.
BOX and BASKET OO
All kinds hard and sort.)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, eko
Mill aael Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth S treat and
PWXTl1 U 'X'Jbl.
Comer Waahlnatoa Ay. and 14th Street,
OPEN EEOM 6 TO 9 P.M. DAILY.
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH STREE1
Between Waahlnvton mad Oomxaaroiavl
I.. II, Akiw, Cairo, II. K. Akin, Chicago,
Zi. D. Akia eft Co.,
Harness 1 Saddles,
Whips, Collars, Etc.
109 Commercial ATtnus, . OAIXO.IIXI.
d"Thoae fayorlna; in with their patroaace
will And a roiuplete Hue or goods from tvlilch to
wlect, at bottom prices.
OF A VICTIM.
1'ublUhed as a warulaf tad lor the Untat ol
Youag Men and othera who suffer from Nerrous
Lieblllty. Loss of Manhood, ale., UiTlug hU
uuiea 01 neii-cure. aner unuanoing annaa wu
(Vringawl expeaae, aad mailed free oa reeeir
laa aeoat-uaTd lllriaSsil eaTejoee. Addaeas MA
TRAlnWIAVrAla. P. aHo: W. Jlmok
Ooittrnt won WK&v&m
MAT, OOUI, OATt, flrOUE,
SOaraasr TaatfA 9trt ial
t. D. Baltaes. , o.
Deal are la
VXrQUX. OBAJJT, MAY AUD
. ExrlaalTa , - ,
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