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W. L. BRISTOL,
Keepa ovorything portainlng to
the line of Staplo ana Fancy Oro
ueriea, Woodonwaro, Vogo'tablcB,
rimn, eiQ; ws.
Try My Now Stylo Mixod
Different Combination Prom any
Boforo Offered in tho Market,
and of Excellent Flavor.
Swent aad Rich
Central Hop Yeast
Again This Summer.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
promptly attended to.
f&To largo consumers and all
manufacturers, wo nro propared
to supply any quantity, by tho
month or year, at uniform ratos.
CAIBO CITY COAL COMPANY.
rt-Halllilay llro ' office, No TO Ohio I-evi.
EVlIttiriiUiy llro ' wharfboat,
rt KiPTiitiiin Mill, nr
KTAt Die Coul Dump, foot of Tlilriy-Klglit
EJ-rost Onicc Drawer.
, Dealer In
Butter, Eggs, Fish, Poultry,
Game and all kinds of fresh
Fruit and Vegetables.
Eighth Street, Carro. Ill
tt-Onlcri for StramlioaU promptly lilted at
any nottr, uuy or mem. i-i.lu
Third Annual Session
Begins Sept. 29th.
For Clrculan Address
Dr. DeLaskle MUlor, 028 Wabash Avo.
A Book for the People.
PUTJIOLOOr ) a legitimate inclicil o" ol M
ny f '' uoubl. column igri nd ? w nn
MARIUACIa.. I;ivral uUlvnl r.Uuun.ollhc trici,
. . Marrlao,iniliitlctni(lilliquiillnci.
tlam, the Myalerlja ef Iluiiroauctlim, Uo. A ttanaartl
ai Ih 'My on ilw t arluu. dlKaar. ol the l r.uary and Oan
araUvaOriaiaof bothMe.,m;luaiii(i .11 furnn of Pre
vat. Venoieataiid Chroiito Ulaeaacauf tmilihriea, Ihi
iflKti of Barly Abuaei on tin iwmi.I.y.tim anA llio dan.
ri ot rictMti bttun and am, inirrlair, IraoKuK ioir.
iualiirday'1 Impotoaoy-ai.tlvai. rowiKllSi In th
uarrlcij ami lUom coyimplailn intrilai.. tiot a men
quav(rtlKiut,kullrhcniyiiular incdlcil Work
tMBI num.rou piratr plloni lur a f Ilia abot dlaam,
frl pip.f cotri,I.W. iuiidlil ckti, ai.au. a 1'aau
SlValroproatrfatniiiif Bparmatorrhaa, Kl-
vctlrl of namn. Alto a, iniall Medloal TraaUia oatii
THE MEDICAL & B 0 E 0 1 0 A L I H S T I T 0 T E,
MUtl ATHEKi Willi ,
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholeula itA Retail DuOti lu
Foreign and Domestio
WIXK.K OF AM. KIMW.
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MKSSllT. J1 MYTH A CO. hare rontantly
UrRP stock of the beat wlln w mar
ket, ami Rive e. i-clal attention lolhe wholeanU
rancnoi me ntiatneaa.
The Undersigned Having Given
Is now Prepared to Furnish Ico
oy i no
At pricCH that will Comparo Fav-
oraoiy witn any Dealer. Ho
will now Dovoto his atten
tion Entirely to hiH
Ooruor 33i(clxtla JStiroof ,
WM. WETZEL. Proprietor.
TltUsTV vrnti'li Lent niirht nri'1 dr lor
C- tntlna aud ti-jtuboU.
The lft Of arT'ltliniOtlatlilll Inr ttmn.t..nt
guuiU at Two Dollars t lUv. 3-le-M
wiiolilham: ;uk i.km.
STRATTON & BIBD,
AOKNXS AMKHICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 10 OHIO LEVEE.
SI'KCIAL attention eiven tocon.ii,'Miients and
L. D. THOMS,
Ami dealer lu
STAPLE AND FANCY
Forelprn and Domestic Fruits and Nuts
184 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
1A1NT AM OII.H.
B. Fa PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
all Paper, Window Glass, Win
qow onaaos, oia
Alwaj on liaud, the celebrated illumluntlng
Oornar Ele-veuth Street and Waahlcir-
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
or. o. nxjxaijs,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
nUfltln BaUding, Corner Twelfth Street
and Ta ulairten Avenue,
rfCormtr end JUilrotid Wort a M'eeUhr.
Ottc. aaVAllwtln. 3BxLlAl.ar, Carxxar Vrdftte. Stxaat ni
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1875.
THK KIRAI. nRinr
U.i fiancrv:in io imall ttie rliix
Wciilil not Ktajon, wtiicti they did brlnxi
It wa too wide a peck.
A tid to tr truth (for uifht It mud)
It lookel like the Krrat collar (J tut)
Alfont our youDKcolt'K nrck.
Her tttl benntth her pettlrxmt,
Like little tiller, atoln In and out.
An Iftliev feared the llxlitt
Untoli, he daticra aiieh n way,
No nun upon nit Kiutrr ilur
l half o line a light.
!lerehk to rare a while kukuii,
.Voilal') makea comtiariaon,
Whci 'reka thetn Ii undone)
For Mrrakaorrt-d wete tninyled tlitie
uch a on- on a Catharine jr,
Hie'lde thal'a m it theaun.
Her II pa were red, and one wa thin,
Cotnpjml tothatwaa next her chin;
Some bee hail Miing It newly.
Hut (Hick) hcreyM ao tnlinl ber fare,
I ilttrit no more uon them gam
1 han on lh inn In July .
Her mouth so amall when hedorHtl.,
Thou'dt awearher teeth her wartla Jlil btrak,
That they might imitate? Ret.
Hut the ao handler mill the matter
They come aa Koda oura or better.
Ami are not Iot a whit.
lr-alilent Uvnanlra Nboata tho luaur
tteuta In atqunda Ttie noaki and
lrlrtia l'omronilaxl liy lb Prla
I'aS'AMA, August J. The electoral
triiirKlt: over tli preildcucy of the
UtilifU Statei of Columbia thrcatum a
Kiiural waranil tlivUlon of the country.
1'res dent uotiZJUes. oi ."saivauor. nau
nbout fifty of the ltiurjfeiiH engaged In
the recent futiaticiil riots shot lit Mjuatli,
at towns between San Micguvl and the
capital, causing the padres who occasion
ed the outbreak to witness the execu
tion?, .Many of these victims confessed
that they were assured by the padres
that they might rob tho rich, provided
tuey gave a pari to iitu cnurcn. ureat.
sorrow and Indignation are expressed
throughout Central America at the
events In San Mleguel, In which the re
spectable clerpv Join. A letter from San
Mleguel inilicl'anama afar enit utraia,
received to-day, says of the massacre:
'liiou rv into tne iatet revolutionary
movements in Peru shows that at Ore
quiba the convents of Our Lady of Mer
cy were actively concerned In the re
volt, some lorty conspirators were cap
tured In a monastery, and the bUhop of
tuc uiocesc uas tx-en appueu to close
the rebellious Institutions. Alter the
barracks had been taken nothing was
heard but the havagc yell of the aall
nuts, dUpcraing in all direction?, break
ing open tho doors and windows of the
houses of merchants and others, rob
bing, pillaging and assassinating in their
llciullslt occupation, and applying the
torch to liou-fn and whatever else their
whliua siiL'L'CitcJ. Amidist all this a
continuous cry of "Death to forelffticrst."
"Ueatli to iicrctice," was con'iuuotiHiy
heard. Tho town remaineii lor tntvo
days t tltc m!rcy o the assailants, and
uuring mat tunc an cmssus oi crimes
were cotnnillttu, anu even iiiom; wno
took refuge In the church were threat
cned with assay.-lnatlon by the infuria
ted mob. The losses in proterty will not
fall short of ono million dollars. The
president of the republic has done what
no could to bring tho offenders to jus
tice, but .-o numerous are they that they
cannot be dealt with. Tho foreigners in
thu n ace have iiildresKrtl tneir respective
governments for the purpose of making
tne government respousioiu tor me
A Ktncky Hrldnl Tour,
The Louisville Couritr-Journal tells
tlm followintr : There came one dav to a
little inland town In Kentucky a young
rural coupie who nau nisi nccn Dountl
bvthe "fillken bonds.' Their destina
tion was the depot, and the bridegroom
was evidently quite Impatient lor fear the
train should arrive before he could reach
the olllce. lluying one ticket, they Hood
on tne piatiorm uuiu tne train nau
tunned. When they entered the car.
the bridegroom found his bride u seat,
kissed her most allcctlonately, hado her
"good-bye," and going out, seated him
self on a goods box and rommenced
whistling most vigorously. He watched
the. train out of sight, regret depicted on
his face, when a by-slander, thinking the
whole proceeding rat tier strange, resolved
to Interview him. Annrooclilnir hlin
carelessly, and chewing a straw to keep
up his courage. lie said :
'Hecn gettln' married lately':"
"Yes," said he ; "me and Salliis got
..11 ... A ,t.. (.1,
IIKII llt-'l JUll JMIl Ull HIV litllll ;
"Yes." with a sigh.
"A likely looklu gal,'
" said our nues-
tioner. "Anybody sick, that she had to
"Xo :" but hero he stew confidential.
"You see me and Sallle had heard that
everybody when they got married took a
bridal tour. So I told Salllo I hadn't
money enough for both of us to go, but
she shouldn't be knocked outot hern. So
I Jist brought her down here, bought her
ticket and scut her on h visit to
6ome of her folks, and thought I might
get some worK imrvc-inr tin sue got
An "audible smile" went around
among thoso who were standing near,
but our friend was too much absorbed In
remembrances of Sallle to be conscious
of it. That afternoon found him busily
at work, and when, In a day or two after,
"Sallle" came back, he welcomed her
rnniinllv niul affectionately, and hand in
hand they started down the dusty road to
their new home and duties, far happier,
perhaps, than those who start out with
more pomp ami imniuu.
Treatment of Bnrae.
Hall'M Journal of Ilcnltb.)
On the Instant of the accident, plunge
tho part under cold water. This relieves
tho pain In a second, and allows all bauds
to become composed. If tho part cannot
be kept under water, cover it over with
iirv Hour, an inch deen or more. In manv
instances nothing mora Is needed after
the dour; simply let It remain until it
falls off, when a now skin will bo found
under. In severer cases, while tho part
injured Is under water, simmer a leek or
two in an earthen vessel, with half their
hulk In hog's lard, until tho leckj arc
son, men strain tnrougn a musiiu rag.
This makes a greenish-colored ointment,
which, when cool, spread thickly on u
linen cloth nnd apply It to tho Injured
part. If there arc blisters let out thu wa
ter. When the part becomes feverish
und uncomfortable, renew the ointment,
and a rapid, painless cure will bo the re
sult. If tno patient, meanwhile, lives ex
clusively ou fruits, coarse bread ntid other
light, loosening diet.
Mir Henry Wettb.
John Leech used to tell an amulng an
ecdote of Sir Henry Webb, whoso tall
military figure and aristocratic head were
at one time as familiar in the stalls of the I
theatre, especially on "llrst nights," as
were the rubicund countenances of Lord I
Adolphus FltzcUrencc nnd the Into Sir I
George Wombwell In the omulbu-box ,
at the Italian OiK-m House In the Hay-1
market. Some one had Informed Sir
Henry that a terrible murder hud Jiut
taken place In the metropolis, nnd that ,
the culprit had not yet occn npprchen- ,
ded. Sir Henry appeared, or atlected to
be, deeply interested in the matter, and i
nionce procceueu to maise ni,ii"ii;i, m
deep, heavy voice giving due solemnity
to the questions ho put. "Dear tne I an
other murder!" he exclaimed; "and
what tort or murder?" Answer
"A poor girl shot by her sweet
heart." "Dear me 1 dear tne 1" said the
distressed gentleman. "Girl shot by her
sweetheart! Dreadful! dreadful! And
when did It take placer" Answer
esterday morning." Sir Henry
"God blcs me I Yesterday morning I Is
It possible?.'' Answer "True ; the girl
was murdered yesterday morning, and
by a fellow who was supposed to be her
lover." Sir Henry "bear me! dear
me! very shocking, indeed! And at
what time yesterday morning?" Answer
"IJetwcen six and seven o'clock." Sir
Henry "Gracious goodness! IJetwcen
six nnd seven o'clock! What in early
hour! Very awful! very awful! And what
was the cause of the murder?'' Answer
"Jealousy." Sir Henrj "Jealousy !
Heaven defend us! Horrible Indeed!
Jealousy! And what was the girl's name?
Answer "Martha Jones." sir Henry
"Dear me! dear me! Martha Jones!
More and more shocking! And the
murderer, what was his name?" Answer
"Phillip Ilrown." Sir Henry "Phillip
Drown ! God bless me 1 Phillip ilrown !
this is bad Indeed! Well, well, well!
Martha Jones shot by Phillip Ilrown !
And where was the murder committed?"
Answer "In Hosamond Street, Clerken
well." Sir Henry "Great Heav
ens! In Koamond Street, Clerk
enwell! How very extraordina
ry 1 God bless me! In Kosamond
Street, Clcrkenwcll ! Then tf mutt bear
it as well at tee can!" The locality was
too much for his weak nerves ; but Sir
Henry partook of a grand sunper Imme
diately afterward, and on the following
morning he had forgotten all about poor
Martha Jones, ami Raymond Street,
Clerkcnwell. George Hodd'r.
Report from the ninrk Hill
CllEYENNE,.WvoMlX(i, AllgUSt 10.
Gen. Crook and Col. Stanton returned
here to-day from the Black Hills. The
miners were preparing to leave, cover
ing up the ricnest lodes to prevent their
becoming known till such tlnu as they
can return to the country. It Is con
sidered that the gold mountains ate full
of ouartz. Caultal and skilled labor
will develop the mines equal to those of
loiorauo or evaua. mere were about
1500 miners in the hills, and a great deal
of preliminary work has been done by
them in the way of ditching and sluicing.
'J'lir-rn U'nri. tin ttwltnit- In ttinf vorrlrtti
and but tow i,,vo been seen. Tiioc
at the agencies p.re mhi demanding
that the miner bo driven ..r
Some tjold was panned out In tiiV.
preaence oi Uw party, which yielded 7a
cents to the pan. I here U an abundance
ot water anu gras ; also timber for build,
ing, but Uic pine is not of the Inchest
merchantable quality. A town eallcd
Stonewall has been laid out on t.'ustar's
Gulch, In the vicinity of which some rich
diggings are located. Mho whole coun
try is well adapted to gracing and farm
Ing. Troons uro now en route to e-uib-
Ush a temporary post, near Stonewall for
tne purposed Keeping out miners. I'ror.
.lenney's party were still exploring the
num. anu win prooauiy remain until the
middle of October General Crook had
flue hunting on bj "-'ng, Kaput, Elk and
Box Elder creeks, taking a lanro num
ber of red deer, elk and mountain sheep.
uen. v.rooK leaves to-morrow loruiuana.
I SuratOjca Letter.)
The newest romance concerns a sable
gentleman "help" at one of the hotels
here shall not say which at present, for
the fun must go on. The colored indi
vidual, It appears, has become Infatuated
with a leading belle of the house where
he is employed. Ills position U that of
a waiter at the young ludv's table.
Uia attentions arc growing interesting
with each day, and the object of his affec
tions humors him, whether in earnest
ness or no remains to be seen. Her
ratnily represent that she Is only keephi"
up the flirtation as a prank. Her cava
lier, while a most ardent admirer, Is verv
respectful, confining his devotions to oc
casional "hopes dat she will nehber for
get him," uttered between the courses in
an undertone. He varies Ids remarks by
such vows as "I will die for you If dat
sofTahell crab am out." Do debbil him
self couldn't stop melnfotchin' vou dat
watermelon." "You is a queen dis
Never a meal but what he has an ele
gant bouquet of flowers before her place
at the table. Othello and Desdctnona
over again, but it looks as if Othello will
get the smothering this time.
10 Hours Saved !
Cairo to 1mA in 7
Cairo eft Vinoona
Leave Cairo, -Arrive
11:00 a. m.
lWenpirefor KvansvUle ttaThiK Cairo via
Cairo etc Vineennea Kallroadat 4 a. m.,
inaku close connections at Curml, ami reach
Evannville at II o'clock the tame morning,
TEN HOUR) BOOM KK than hy any other
rouUi. M. 11. liOOlmiuli,
JA8. MALLOKY, Cen, I'mniiRer Ant
l'aeunKcr Agent, Cidro.
B. L. llcdMrora. A. C. Meeker. A. J . IIoolv.
E. L. HEDSTROM & Co.,
Minora tt Shippers of
iHrec street. Buffalo.
Cor. Adami 4 MarJwt fit.
Also Agents for Blosaburg Coal Co,
UISElt lit COil
F. M. STOGHFLETH,
Importor and Wholesale Dealor in
62 OHIO LEVEE,
Keeps n full fit c ok of
Monongahela.Rye and Kobinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
YyilATAM r, SMITH, M. D.
, mfl)KNCKi So 21 Thirteenth atietl.lie
Iwien WmlilnUmnvciiiK'un'l Walnut street.
OmCK: North aile of Klfthth Mreet be.
tween C'nmiuerrhl anil Wnhlni;tnnaTetme. 1
W. DUNNINO, SI. D.
HKHIOKXCK; Corner Ninth anil Walnut
OI'FICK' Comer Sixth atreet ami Dhlolree,
OrriCK IIOUIl1: Kromr.a m. l.'tn., ami
JOHN H. MULKEY,
Attorney at Lnw.
Ot'FtCK: LlRhth Street, between Commer
clal anil Washington avenue.
gAMXTEI. P. WHEBLER,
Attorney nt Ituv.
OFFICK: Ohio Ieto, over mom formerly
occupU-l by First National Hank,
Q.REEK ft GILBERT,
Attorney and ConnNflorn
OFFICII. Ohio lycrec, rootna T ami i
City NiitlonnI Hank,
William II (ireen, )
William II HUbert, C.V1I10 ILLINOIS.
Miles Frrd'k Gilbert i
CV-telal attention bImh to Admiralty and
ItKAI. KST.lTi: .lliHM'.
JOHN ft. HARMAN & CO.
JONVEYAKCERS, NOTARIES PUBLIC
Liind Airunta of tho Illinois Central and
Burlington and Qulncy II. R,
Nortk Cor. Sixth and Ohio Leveo,
f. J. I.YMCII. l. J. IIOWLUV.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE At the Court House,
MRS. L. J. SPEARS,
Woat aide Commercial Avonue, between
Eighth and Ninth streets,
(Next door to .1, IlnrRer's dry Rooda store.)
A full line of I lie luttet und limn fa-hluiiiiule
HATS AND BONNETS
always on hand, Also ewrv variety of
Ribbons Luoou and Trimmings,
from the cheaper t to the moat costly. Unites
will flwl any and cverythiiiKln herotoit forti
complete street, ball or wrty outllt.
l'rlcea to cornicle with any in the et.
rjrAlso aptent for the Home ScwIiik .Machine.
Wholesale, Retail and
aWHiguoBt Cash Prlco pid for J
Hogs ana Ciittlo. I
OF A VICTIM.
Published iis n warning- und lor the benellt of
Youuk Men and other who atluer from Nerfotti
Uebllity, Loa of Manhood, etc., Olvlnif hU
ferlngandejipenT, and mailed me on rcceir
tiuiesorneii-cum, Biicr uaucrauius iinii-ii u
1AYFAIU. 1'. O, llox Hi. Ilrook
lyn, N. Y. 7-7'l-wCm.
- - CAIRO, ILL.
U2 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
Ranos and Organs
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
HALLET, DAVIS & COYS
Of World wido Rcputntiou.
Aeknowli-lf-e"! ''J nil kooiI Mui-leians to Vv the
mil I'jano now niii'ie.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which c have -ol-.l over -100 iliirnii;
twclvo j car pa-t, bccomlti moro ami itioro
SMITH'S A3lEliTCiU OlUJM,
l'lenllil tone, I'owcr .iml Uur.ilillity.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A cry title lii-lriuiiniit, :iIaptcl to Instru
mental a well .1 vocal tmt-ic.
ALL THK AllOVK AUK OKFEItKK ON
j:ay Monthly Payment!", at low Hgtiros
roirartll.j.- ol'J.li-t l'rlcc.".
In srcit vnriety, Incliulim,' all tho imw
am! popular itniflu oi the il.iv.
Orders from tho Countrv'
proinptlv filled ami ent '
UIQUNS .GUVTRRS banjos
Band Instruments of all Kinds
Fiirr.llji'd to Order.
STRINGS FOR VIOLINS, OUITAHS, ETC,
OI thu IIet Quality.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of nil grades fur I'iano or A'oloc.
ydW.vnrv .hi.j.rlntfnti tt Arnt...,l Wo
chmiillM) I'tn iil.-licil to oritur, promplly und
at jirice lower iiiun ever oitcrcn ncioro.
OlCNf V ALSO OF
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue and l'rlco
I.l-t of thu.-o licantlftil Ki'oupey.
AH Goods Warranted rs Bepn seated.
ROBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
itornor iOtU St. and Couimorclal Av
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between WasbtDRton ind Commercial
Avenue. adjolAinir Hanny'a.
KKF.P.H for ealo the best Ileef, Terk, Jlutton
Vcel, Latub, bnunage, e.. nnd la pre
pared to nerve llimltle In an acceptable tnnnner
R. W. KILLER, .
And dealer In
FLOUR, MEALGBAIN HAY,
CAIHO, ILLINOIS. .
AND DKAf.CH IN
LIMB, CEMENT, PLASTER,
Under City National Daak.
WIT.L fell In car-lorn! lot' at luant factarera
prlcei, aMln Freight
JOHN B. PHXLLIS
(Seresors to .Ti.lin 11. rhlllli)
Anil Uraler In
HAY, CORM, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAX, BEA5, etc.
Agents for LAFLIN & ItAND POWDER CO
ZCornor Tenth Street and Ohio
7, 1. Mathusi. K. C.
MATHUSS 8c UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
Gk Ohio Iiovoo.
No "J Ohio Leuv,
IL .1. AjTes. S. I). Ayrea.
AYRES t CO.,
OHIO LEVEE. "
II II. IfNNINfilUM.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(Niov-sori in Miller .V Purler,)
And Ihnlcp. In
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN, HAY,
.11 ont'oLKVi;.:. CMlO, ILLINOIS.
C-N'ch.ieleaiil tho Larcc Yellow Ware
hoiie, Monivte rapacity a.iuu mm, which aire
tn umijle Uclllllea l'ir Ntorliifr ami hiiilnr.
C. N. HUGHES,
Over Mathuu a Uol'i.
VTO.VK but First-Claxs Companies repre
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, up-stairs.
Tho Oldest Established Agency In South
era Illinois, representing ovir
865 000 000.
BOX and BASKET CO
AH.klml't lord and son,)
FLOORING, IDINO, LATH, o
M1U ui TmrA,
Corner Thirty-Fourti Vtm't tkd