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' W. L BRISTOL,
Keeps everything portaiains to
the line of Staple and Fancy Oro
aeries, Woo4taware, Vegetables,
c runs, w., mv.
Try My New Stylo Mixed
DiOcront Combination From any
Boforo OfTcred in tho Market,
and of Excellent Fluvor.
Choice Selection of
and FLOWER POTS.
inn tit Bin iiEiii
Hwrsit and Rich
Central Hop Yeast
Attain This Sumtunr.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
MT. CARBON(Blg Muddy)
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogshoads, for shipment,
aromptlv attended to.
W&TTo largo consumers and all
manufacturers, we aro proparcd
:o supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIBO CITY COAL COMPANY.
ryilalllilav Itro 'aatUie, No TUUIilu Levrv.
llalliday Hro wluirtlxiitt
13 At Kgrntlun Mills, or
KJ"At the Coal Dump, foot
ryi'ont Ofllcc Drawer. SO.
Butter, Eggs, Fish, Poultry,
Game and all kinds of fresh
Fruit and Vegetables.
Eighth Street, Carro. Ill
tfrOpltm for Steamboats promptly tilled at
in) nour, tiny or niEiu. -u-u
Wholesale, Retail and
"Highest Cash Price paid for
Hogs ana Cattle.
A Book for the People.
H.YJIOLOOY A l.tfitosW mMlcsl rc tl tso
OF t Utt9 cfrublf to.umu i,Ktai,4f )flrt
. ll i..ttinnttii.,uulUiiiiur!,
JgARniAGE. )inml.i.Ultklr.LltuiisuMhe ..nr.,
. Marriage, h,tluiu,ildiiusllilts.
l!n"S, tho uystsries or lloprouuctlon, fro. A lutd.id
a th'tttyuu uienuu.diKu...uiiitlr nary and lien
i.faOr aubrbvth.v..hivkudliu 4i fuiiii.i.i' Jrl
vat. Vani.eoiand tliroulo Diicaacaul' buttfxu'i. Uie
rtltifs cf alariy Abuse iu t.it .cau.i u id mul ll.v tl.u.
kin ol tic.Ki Kfyru .ul atitr insult);,, InttlitiBtopre
uisturt dUsy wJ iiitpowacy arltu iiM.ii.iivrlJtlif
married "J tu cui.te.i,ili. iiurrlics. hvt t mtr
.utkJcnInuinit,liull.um.i..K.p''. intdiial uvra
llTial liuu.truut fiiu piluni Ul slims abun dilute,.
rrlca. psptr cuvtn, w. "."'"."'" Vi !"
A 1 am.
wuet a ma luir a,
Itia MnUiiti UT th. ft1
mXkih oftuuni. Alto
Wholesale nd Itctall lwdwt In
Foreign and Domestic
WI2VKM OF AM, KIXDN,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MKHSIf". SMYTH A CO. luive constantly
lnr ilnrk t.f III lant eood III lilt- llinr-
k,ct, and a-iTersKcia) attention toll:' litilealt
rancn 01 inu uumncsa
Tho Undcrtriroed Havinc Given
Is now Prepared to Furnish Ico
Dy i no
At prices that will Compare Fav-
oraoiy witn anv Dealer. Ho
will now DcTOto his a ten
tion Entirely to his
WM. WETZEL. Proprietor.
A TllUSTV watch Ver.t bfalit ami Iy for
-C. train and Modi1jo.i!.
The licit of accommodations
Kitt at Tiro Dollar. ir day.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOENTS AMERICAN POWDEK CO.
57 Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
QI'KCIAL attontiou jrlvcn tncouslTUtnrnta and
PAIT ASU M1M.
B. F. PARKER.
t?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
iVall Paper, Window OIssb, Win
dow BhadOB, &o.
Always on laud, tbc oekuratvl llluuiluMluz
Corner Eleventh Strat aod Wathtnir
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
T,r. ... .
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
lullotln Baildlair, Corner Twelfth Street
aad WasbiBKten Arenue,
0CoiiBty sad Kstlrovl Wor s specialty
t fail 0
ettee, SaVulltrtln. aS'oUdLi&fr, Csrnr twtlW Street SLCd.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1875.
SPANGLES AND SAWDUST.
A Vlren Bonmhc-A Hitreknck Kltlcr
fnlln ImLo witta Ieler of r.lr
pbnulNnnil Drrr hr Ilewbnml.
' IIowc'h great London Circus lias oomu
and gone. It rich vrjulpiigu, brilliant
(street dlxplay and niatclik-ss)Lrforiiiancj,
would bo out of memory ciuiruly wtro It
not tliat the nlyht ofunall lioysbalandii
thi.'iiiIvc ajf!ilnt tin) hide ot a home
while they try to Ktatid on tliclr lit-ad,
forwH tliti recollection that a clrctM was
in Memphis recently. I.lle under the
caiiVH In not what it m-ms by a consid
erable cum. The j,'lnriiijr lights the
flourish of trttniietn, the spangled mils,
and the smiles of tin; actors umluetrviMj,
are the masks that hide the truce of the
bltUT experiences Incident to nil show
fle. Thev. likn other mortal?, have
their blekeriiijfis. quarrel. Jealousies and
heart achec, and it Is not in iheitruiin. but
in the dr-ffhiK room thai ihc.e Hud tin ir
vent. One would hardly believe thai thv
jolly clown, who dolls hln diuiee dp to
politely to the lady sho ride.- and iloei
and extolln her j;raci! and beauty to the
audience, hud but live minute- before
called her a suuggletootlied old hti7.y ;
or that the toft hand which the madem
oiselle kl . to the uudieticj had ever
been made to do service In pulling the
hair of a Bister actresi. A little incident
occurred during the vMt ot Howe. cir
cus which will bear publication. With
the troupe was a female bare-back rider
billed us M'lle Cordelia, but ho- real
name was Jlrn. MorrUn-y. Her hiihband,
.lolui Morri.kRey. U an acrobat, also trav
eling with the circus. Between the fair
Cordelia and her husband sundry disi
grei'tiienta have ari-MMi of late, the largest
one being the man who acted as
CHAMBUItMAID roit THK TK.UNED KLK
I'llANT8, made Jp their bed:!, packed their trunks
(withlmv) ud uiailelumM.il generally
iim fill, mid between the periodit of work
transformed hliuselt into an ornament by
Mauiiiug against the rope, his arm and
legs rroi-ced. looking polectly stunning
ill his tuo-linktd pore. The elephant
man was attentive to Cordelia, in tact he
was aflectiouate ; at which the acrobatic
John took umbrage. All the company,
except the tair Cordelia and the traw-to-er.
took fide.) with John, and thought
A Bl'ltXISO MIAMK,
it was fcandaIou-; ami one of the lady
artist-, at the eloe of their lir.t atter
iiooii'. performance here, thought it so
loud that it reached Cordelia's ear?.
Now. Cordelia U a blonde, and like all
liL'ht-hnlred women, ha' a mind of her
own, and on that particular alleriioon she
had it mind to cowhide the woman who
talked about her. and she did It, In an ar-tl-tle
wav. was arretted, of eourM-.
mid taken Itefore Ksqulre Winter, who
lined her SID. Her hu-baud paid the
tine, and. to get even, swore out a war
rant, ugninsi i no hcrvaii. 01 ciepuant,
etiartrliiK lilm with nttcinpUut; to break
me peace which exmeu ueneen nunseil
and wile. On the trial John swore that
what he set forth In the aflldavit was true.
but the tickle Cordelia
"WK.ST HACK ON III!,"
and .swore as vehemently, that it was not
true. The hlcphauts1 Chambermaid was
discharged, and when the circus lelt
.Memphis tie handed in ms resignation as
hostler to the Elephantine pyramid, and
hired as hostler In a Memphis livery sta
ble. One would suppose that there wn
then peace in the tent of Morri-scy. Uut
not so. While the eircu was at Hum
boldt, two days after leaving .Memnhis.
Cordelia received a package by the niall.
It was enclosed in a large olllciul enve
lope, and bore the card of a Memphis at
torney. This aroused the husband's
suspicion. He telegraphed hero and
learned Cordelia nau tiled
a mix roit DivoiiuE.
Whether he and she nuarreled and sep
arated is not known, hut that she sepa
rated from hltn is positively known ; tor
on Sunday a telegram was received at
the Mallon-houso inmilring It the ex-
feeder ol elephants wus still in the city,
and if so, to tell him to meet her upon
the arrival of the train, at midnight, bun
day. It Is presumable that he met her,
and that a soon a the court declares her
no longer Mrs. Morrl-ey, the fair Corde
lia and her elephant man will be happy.
A SUBMARINE MONSTER.
A Vlrtlsu of Ihr Nrblller DUiixter
round lis I lie C'ltita.iew airiiCullle
N. Y Star.J
The story Is a brief one. Mr. Fmu.
Hatiser. whose botlv whs burled at 1'eu
ZJince, near Land's End, was a native of
Luxembourg, ilia mother uud sisters
were on the Schiller, Intending a visit to
their old home, while he remained in
Iowu. Upon the news ot the wreck of
the vessel, he became to deeply allected
that he tell into a raging lever. When
he became convalescent he made inquiries
whether the. bodies of his relatives had
been found. He obtained no tatistuctory
information in the .States, and at last re
solved to make a personal ellbrt on thu
spot. He came across the ocean, and at
once went to Penzance, wheru ut last he
gained the certainty that neither of the
three corpses had been recovered. There
upon lie employed two experienced di
vers, purchased a complete diving armor,
and submitted to a course of training un
der thu Instructions of the two men he
had employed. A i soon us he was able
to move about under the water and ac
customed to the heavy suit, he
DETKHM1NKD TO DESCEND INTO THE SEA
where the Schiller had gone down and
search lor his mother and sisters. Sev
eral descent!! wero without success;
though the remains of thu vessel weru
spcii, yt uo body could bo observed.
But one day us tho three men weru si
lently moving about among some sharp
pointed crags and reefs, ami being u con
siderable distance away from tho wreck
Itself, Frutiz liotiscrwaa startled by thu
sight ot what appeared us the head ot a
female lorm. it seemeu to nung from a
reef some ten feet high. Hu directed the
attention ot the others tiy pointing to-
wuriUit. alowly thu ilia-t! ntupni'tl lor-
wuril in thu Uinxtion of tlio ml. Nvur-
t,,e M't, u pitiful and liiiirt-rt-nil.
posoil to Ot: U Icillllll' Uuilll WllS aUlil III
ivullty, yet llttlu of tilt,- body to which It
hvloiivtl could bu m-cii. Tlio corpso wn.s
lliuily livid in thu dutches of
A GIGANTIC CUTTLE-F16II,
which, with Its enormous arms and ox.
I tHiidol suckers, clung to it aud to tho
: sides of the rock like wild bHiitl'oaitluy
on Its prey. Tho sight, say the two sur
viving divers, was shocking, yet awn In
spiring. They describe the euttle-tlsh as
having a cireularccntrnl body that counts
not less than four feet In diameter, of a
grccuixh black hue with alternating
right and dark spot niul In slimy sur
face. It was rounded llko a dome, and It
seemed as If a portion of the human body
had been absorbed Into It by the tremen
dous power of suction this monster is i
believed to posses. Itsarms the diver
counted eight were apparently of lin
inensc strength, being over twelve feet
long, and Judged not to be lew than a
loot iu diameter where they Joined the
body. Some of these arms
CLUNfi TO UIK CNrOltrt'NAIK VICTIM,
others held fast to the protuberance, of
the rocks, and several were .swinging
through the water like the trunk of an
elephant, but twice Its size.
.Such was the View the three divers had
as they appronched this reef, and l-'raii
llatiser made a sudden spring forward to
ward It; but hu was held back. Ills as
sociate knew that by going any nearer
they would expoe themselves to attack
from the mointer, tor which they were
unprepared. They gave the signal to
the boat, mid all three weru immediately
1 hoisted up. Having the covering re
moved from his head. Kr.ui. Halted- de
clared that he had acogul.ed in the fe
male lace one ol hi sifters, and he was
determined to descend again to re.-ciie
tier body from bring
bUVOUItUD BV Till: SCIIMAIltNi: JIOSTKIt.
ills wish was not gratified however, he
being too nervous uud Ids strength too
much exiiau-ted, mid It wns agreed to
make an attempt the next day or the day
after. Uut, iu tin; morning, young Hail
ser was delirfou-, and he lingered on In
a paroxysmal condition for some days,
till death closed his eyes. The two sur
vivor ol Ids expedition under the sea
have made sworn statements ol the truth
of the-e facts, and it is believed that some
presentation ha Ixru sent to tin; lirltMi
authorities of the Admiralty for a com
plclc and thorough scientific search of
the entire vicinity of the IJeterrler Ledges
to ascertain whe'ther these tremendous
creatures do feed on human victims of
.1 IIIoKrniliy of lliiell.
Kioni Hie Ohio state Journal.
Tiie most recent dUcovery by the De
mocracy of Ohio Is a young" man of the
name of liuell. He Is cliieity distin
guished by a series of siipc-rliuman ef
forts to get away from Old Zach. Chand
ler, who wa- alter liiln with a libel suit.
He broke lor the hiiih of hlx native
wilds when Old Zach. got alter him, and
he ha lelt hatchcN ol his hair on the
underbru-h of every foret in Missouri.
How the DeinocracY ever caught him.
the Lord and Hill Allen only know. Hut
they turned hlui looe in the Cincinnati
Opera House and he discharged 27.000
words before anybody could stop hlui.
bST During the epidemic of mtermit
tentn In the West this season, the whole
immeiie stock of Avt rs Ague Cure be
came exhau-ted, and the producing power
of Ids I.alionitoty was found inadequate
to iniet tliv dermoid. .Many who knew
its extraordinary virtues lor the cure of
Chills and Fever, paid exorbitant prices
for it. This Ague Cure. Is said, hv those
sIioum! It. to never fall. Headerif voti
must have medical aid. take the best ol"
medicine. I'oor ivmedles are dear, as
good are cheap, at any price you have to
pay for them. Vhirlcatoii (Xuri.r.
fw.tS SUMMER !
Prices to suit the Times.
Wholesale. Figures, but No Crodit I
Mrs. O. McLEAN,
Next Poor to Stuart & Oholson's
BETWEEN COMXERCIAX AND
HATS, Itnnncta, Flowers., Lace, millions,
llkn, Vthets, Tkw, Iturlilnpj, Cirets,
Kid (Hot", Hosiery, Worsted.
Alio the "I-ailles' Dress Ksforni'
An.l ull the hi' w etylcsof Iriminhii; .Kllk lor
Siirhn: anil Miimnvr.
tT-IIii-c riiihU will I enlil nt ery "K
tire, fur LAMI and CASH ONI.V. l-ll-SOtf
The Best is alwaye the Cheapest?
The tlldlnc top le without Beams or
hlngee, and cannot tot out of order.
The measuring Pump Is the easiest,
fastest, and ONLY PATENT PUMP used
fn a galvanlxed Iron tanx. trices reduced,
end for Oatalogue.
WILSON A EVENDEN, !
V.UoUm Mi M,nastlur.n,l 4JttHUlbi.,CUu. j
For Sale at Manuf.icturera' prices hy
, Wholesale Druggists,
nTvwrrrmvv kr. WOT.TVTV.a
Irufljr tUeicnnt Hl U'. with atusUe Im
" iirovt uittilHi XfWuudlliullfulsoloSloiii.
uVtltONt. IHoUsAM' oricauitt and Mul.
dsn Indor.e thc.e Organs andrclumend lhm
as fttrlutly rir-eli In Tone, Jiechsnun.
and Uursbfilty. Warrauted Ore years. Bend
fr 'w'hITNEV X HOWIES OKG AN CO.,
ff-71-wit gulncy, Illinois,
THE NEW LOW RESERVOIR "STANDARD"
Groat Durability with Handiome Designs, and Giving PERFECT
MADE ONLY BY
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp'y
012, 014, 010 and 018 N. MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
AND SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY
so;-,,,0 W HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois.
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
yyiLLIAM H. SMITH, M.
KK9IDK.VCK: No. 21 Thlrtwnth street, Us
twetn Wajhlniftoa avenue and Walnut stmt.
OFKICK: .Vorth tide or Kixlith atrctt be
tween Commercial and Washington avenue.
W. DUNNINO, M. D.
HKSIDF.SXn: Comer Ninth and Walnut
OFriCE: Corner SLxtli street and Ohio Uvee.
OFFICK HOURS: FramBtt.m. 12m., and
OHN H. 2SULKEY,
Attorney at Law.
OFFICK; AtrIdence on Ninth Strett.be
twevu Wa-hinxton avenue and Walnut .St
Attorney at Law.
OFFICK; Ohio Lrie, over room formerly
oe'.iiI)!el by First National Hank,
(REEN & OILBERT,
Atioriu'.VH iintl CouiiNi'Ioi'M
OFFIt F. tV.do I-VW, ronins 7 and
City National ltank,
Wlllhmll Ontn, )
Wllllatii it (illbert, CURD II.MNOIB.
au.ui trv ft. uuu-rt. J
0-sleclal attention jdven to Admtntlty and
Uf.Xl. KSTATI. AIK"T.
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.
.'ONVEYANCEXS, NOTARIES PUBLIC
Land Affenta of the Illinois Centred and
BurllrjKton and Uulncy R. R.
North Cor. Sixth aati Ohio Levoe,
i. o, i.r.vcti.
M. J. IIOWLKY.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE-At the Court Houie.
BOX and BASKET GO
. Dealer in
All Win U hard and son,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, Sto
Corner Tbirty-Fourth Street and
sixth rxtjsji, uoiweon umo
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures bis own Sores Mboesand
osa Assure Oood Work,
ARE ECONOMY IN PRICE.
QUICK AND UNIFORM
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
HALLET, D"AVIS & CO.'S
Of World wido Reputation,
ArAnou!.!,-. hy all uorx Mualelani to le rtie
tul i'iitrn, now made.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO.
Of which c h:ivn njl.! fiver 4M durin-r
twelve car jia.'.t, tecomlnfj more ami more
loiiuiar u try uay.
Sider.diil tone, l'owcr nml Dnrnhllity.
KimbaU's Orchestral Oraan.
A very lino Instrument, adapted to ltnun-1
nt iital a well in vocul miiMf.
ALL THK AHOVK AIIK OFFL'lli:!) ON
hay .Monthly l'ajiupnt. at lowilfftirrii
rot,'ardlc of Ltat 1'rlcc.
Jn sroat variety, Including all the now
anil popular lnuslo ot tlio d.iv.
Orders from the Country'
promptly tlllvil and sent
mUHS GUITARS BANJOS
FRENCH HARPS, ETC., ETC.
Band Instruments of all KincU
Furrlsbed to Order.
8TEIN08 FOR VI0UN8, 0UITAR8, ETC.
Ot the Host Quality.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of all urades for Pluno or Voice.
JfirPEvcrv dexrlntlon of Miit.le.il Mir.
cliandUe furnlahoil to ordur. promptly uud
at prices lower than ever ottered before
OENCV ALSO OT
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Hend for Illustrated Cataloinic uud Price,
Lint of those beautiful groupee.
All Ooods Warranted u Represented.
ROBBINS MUSIC BAZAP,
WHOLES AXE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goodn Sold Very Close.
doner leta St.
suid Commercial Av
C 0. PATIER CO.
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
And dealer In
FLOUR, MEAL, GRAIN HAY,
( CAinO, ILLINOIS.
AND OCALlr. 1
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
UmdUr CHr Natlonn TaMb.
I WILL Mil In rar-loitd lot ct u. :t faclcrers
iineen, dillrir Frelht
JOHN B. PHILLIS
(Successor to John II. Vhltlls)
And Dfalcra In
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BBAK, etc
Age&ti for LA7XIN k RAHD POWDER CO
Corner Tantk Street sunt Ohio
Z. I) Matlitiss.
MATHUSS 6c UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
04 Oliio Xjovoo.
No fl Ohio Levee,
K. J. ATrea.
S. D. Aytts.
AYRES ic CO.,
L. B. THOMS,
And dealer In
STAPLE AND FANCY
Forelirn and Domestic Fruits aad Nuts
184 COKXEBCIAL AVENUE.
II. 11. Cl'.X.HINOIUM.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(3ticcjora to Miller & I'utUr,)
And Dealers In
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN. HAY,
KtVe hurl! lcanil the Larg Yrllow Mie
liou.e, aturnKe cu (.nelly lous, which girts
us aiujilc Cicilllics rur.torhij; end shljiptUK.
0. N. HUGHES,
Over XaUmis UU's.
J'lrst'Clasi Conipmilfi tir'
S AFFORD, MOBBIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Vattsmal lexk MUUf, fwttain.
The OUert XetnbUskosI Acwst t steutL
em XUUets, nmfumSms er