R. W. MIIXEH,
Anil dealer lu
00.c, SviUattn wtH1ng, Csmai T-wUtla. Street nl "Wuhnctja A.Tron.ia.
FLOUR, MEAL, GRAIN HAY,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1875.
W. L. BRISTOL,
Roopn ovorything portainine to
tho lino of Qtaplo and Fanoy Oro
oorios, Woodonwnrc, Vegetables,
Fruits, &c, etc.
Try My New Stylo Mixed
T X3 A ,
Diflbrent Combination From any
Boforo Offered in tho Market,
and of Excellent Flavor.
Swuot asd Rich
Central Hop Yeast
Again This Summer.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
MT. OARBON(Big Muddy)
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogshoads, for shipment,
promptly attonaca to.
HaTTo largo consumors and all
manufacturers, wo aro proparcd
to supply any quantity, by tho
nonth or yoar, at uniform rales.
CAIRO CITY COAL COHTANY.
ryilnlllday Hro 'aolllce, No TO Ohio I.cvcc.
Cf"lliriuy Hro ' whurrboal.
IrT-At KirfiiHiin Mil!, nr
ti'At the Uiul Dump, foot of Tblrty-ElKht
3l'ot Onice Drawer. 300.
Butter, Eggs, Fish, Poultry
Game and all kinds of fresh
Fruit and Vegetables.
Eighth Street, Carro. HI
tJ"Ordern for Stntiiiuoat, promptly rtllel at
PIIJ JIMMI,UHj Ul llllilll, -,'.
Wholesale, Retail and
MOUTH STREET, -
jWBlRhost Cash Prioo paid for
Hogs and Cattlo.
A Book for the Peorjle.
rUVaiOLOOY j a legitimate medkl of SW
Slirm tluublo toluiuu page, aiiiUiu nuc
piaici 1 1, J enttttln;,, on the niturit,
moral ai.il , n.l irla lioni ul (he xv,
. . . , . ' in utiiiea anu aitquaunca-
Ilorn,tho Myaterleaof ileproduclton, o. yiaudaiil
at th irttyoii Itio varloui dUea.c, ot Die Urinary and Oou-
nrULifi Ore ana of Loth ,nwi-,. lnA(...tt.... t; A..Tr..JL
Tate, Vaneiealand Chroulo Dlacaaetof bolh:wfi Uic
a nana ui .r.jr ,m .ciuai ay.trni and t m dan.
era olaiMHta tiflota and alter iiurrlagr, leading lorn
iitatura decay and Xmpotenoy--a irh ata
a to nre.
rnanled audthoio conlsiiiniatlni marrlanc,
quBckadicrtlituient.riullifheuuly p.,nult i
noi a mere
ui.it.n Hi,.rAn. nmcr'ntloiia fur
lh abova dlataeei.
fr ee, paper coieri, ll.w. noutia 111 cum, i.to. a i,r
iiUlelonlhalniiiroviaireanucnivi opormaiorrhoa, cli.
log cont.nla of lha atiota mork. atnlln anlad wrai.nefon
aevalpl ofitiior. Alio a aniall Medlqal Xreatl.a ! urt lli
boadlKaei()paa,IOtU. Altfri'ta, '
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholf iil nnd Jttnll Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic
WINVM OF AMi mini,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MKSSItS ."MYTH A CO, liavr riiuniiy
. I.rif llr.rb .f II,. l.-t lf,ul. Ill till' mar
ket, owl ?lve eclal attention to Hi ttbolwnU
rancniii ine inmni'sn.
Tho Undersigned Having Given
Is now Prepared to Furnish Ico
At pricos that will Compare Fav
orably with any Dealer. He
will now Dovoto his atten
tion Entirely to his
Coi'uor XSlclxtla. Stroot,
Will, WETZEL, Proprietor.
A TIltJSTY watch kept night ond tUy for
trains anil tteuuboaU.
Hie ln-Jt tit arriiiiinrMlj.tlntia
Kunli at Two Dollars iat (lay .
wiioi.usai.i; OltOl KKH,
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
5? Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
SI'KCIAL attention fc'lvcn toco:il;nmenU anil
I'AIXT AMI OILS.
B. F. PARKER,
tPaints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Papor, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, Sic,
Always on hand, the celebrated Illuminating
Corner Eleventh Street and Wuahlnc
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
J. O. ZZUSIiS,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
lullotln Bulldinsr, Corner Twelfth Street
and Washington Avenue,
rJ"Conntr uml ltallrouil Work a specialty,
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Waahlnirton ud Comraerolal
venues, adjotninv Hanny'e.
KEEPS fur aala the beet Beef, fork. Mutton
Veal. Imh. bauaan. Ac. and la nra
irl to serve families In an acceptable manner
T1IK I. AN ft O' TlIK I.KAI..
(The followInK line cr attributed to Ititrns,
but now iall to lie Ihr production of Lady
Nalrnc. Tiny are lull ofpntlioi:
"I'm wearln'nwa'. Jean,
I.Ike unaw Iicb It 1 thaw, .Iran)
I'm wrarln' u', J ran,
To the lanil o" the leal.
There'! nac aorrow there, Join.
There' neither cauld noreire, .Icnti,
.The Jay I" njrc fair, Jean,
In the lando' the leal.
"Ye were aye leal ami true. .lean,
Your laak's ended now, Jean,
Ami I'll welcome yoti
To the land o' the leal .
Our bonnle balrn'a there, Jean,
.She win balth irtild ami fair, Jean,
Ami we ttni'li;nl her right alr
To the lando' the leal
"'I hen dry that tearfu' e'e, Jean,
My oul langi to lie free, Jean,
And angle, wall on me
'1 o the land.o' the leal.
-Vow. fare yr wel, my nin Jean,
'1 hl world's earu w vain, Jenn,
We'll ini-et ami aye be fain
III tliclamt n' the leal."
A DESPERATE ENCOUNTER.
Another niooily nntl I'rolmbly I'm
liuiilMlinlili Horror In eH York
Xkw Yoiik, An;,'. 22. A thrilllnp trag
edy ami burglary oecuin.tl at No. 275
Oreenwlcli street to-day, by which .Tames
II. Noe, of tho linn of .lames J I. Xoc fc
Sons, will probably lose liU life. The
linn aroextcinivu bruh tiianufuctnruM,
nnil In their lofU an; stored large quanti
ties of valuable feathers and stock for
inantifaetiirinff brii'hei. .Mr. Xoe se
cured tltu fccutllc on Saturday so that no
thieves might enter on hnnday, and
the firm went home feeling uti
cruy about their property. About
7:3j o'clock this inornln James
II. Xoe, feeling great anxiety
about the storage, went to examine the
premhes to see It" all was right. When ho
ascended to the third story he heard some
body prying at the scuttle that covered
the ladder leading from the lourth story
to the roof. He went tip to where the
burglar was at work. All was dark in
the room, but he mounted the ladder
fearlessly, and when the burglar opened
the scuttle, alter prying oil" the fastening
with a jimmy, Mr. Xoe sprang outon the
roof and confronted hlin. The burglar
was as much astonished as though an ap
parition had been before him. Mr. Xoe
L'Kiitnlcd with him upon the roof, and at
tempted to drag him down to the street
and deliver hlin to an olllcer. The burg
lar draggeu Jir. .oc to me oacK part
of the lourth story room and struck lilm
with thellmmy. Mr. Xoe seized a pointed
iron ued in making brushes, intend lug
to defend hlmsalt with it. The burglar
dodged the blow, however, and seized
Mr. Xoe's weapon, with which he felled
him to the lloor. saying : " Your weapon
li better than mine !" The burglar then
ileal t Mr. Xoe a scries of powerful blows,
which soon rendered him Insonalblo.
Tho thief then bound Mr. Xoe hnnd-and-foot,
gagged him, and put a napkin about
hi ikouUi. He then tied a heavy work-
1 uinit'H unroll over Dial, and secured the
l ...i.i.. .... .in. ..-.n .-..
wiiuiu uy ii kltuiiu niiK iiniiiiHi:n:iiiei.
wniie air. oe was unconscious uio roo-
ber rilled his Dockets, securing a gold
watch and chain valued at $501), 23 in
money, and other valuables, worth
perhan $100. When Mr. Xoe recovered
consciousness, the burglar was washing
his hands in a bucket of water near by.
For God's sake give me a drink,"
moaned Mr. Xoe. "I can't atop," re
plied the burglar; "I shall get twenty
ears u i am cau-'iit, ami i must get out
ot this lu a hurry before any one Is
alarmed." The burclar then took a
Irluk at the faucet, skinned up the stairs
to the roof, and closed the scuttle after
him. Uefore leaving, he told Mr. Xoe
that, if he dared to make any outcry, or
uteinnt to summon licit) oi any Kinti, ue
(the burglar) would return and kill him.
lie then lied. After a succession ot
scream, Mr. Xoe heard a woman ap-
iroachlug. Alter cutting his bonds, the
uly rav an alarm, and the police were
soon on the scene and took care ot the
wounded man. Ills injuries are serious,
md it Is doubtful whether or not he stir-
MrplN With mi Accliloiit While
llrcnkliiK Vouuif Coll.
I'lii! ik-tnlls of the accident sustained by
Edwin llooth at his summer residence In
Cos Cob show how narrow was ills
etitui from nioro serious eonseauenees.
It appears that Mr. llooth, who is a fear
less horseman, has recently undertaken
to break and train a young colt which
belongs to him, and that he lias several
times driven the spirited creature before
In a llglit pnacion, narnesscu wiui an
older and entirely gentle horse. In this
way lie hail succeeded somewhat lu sub-
Jusratltsir the eolt and bringing it to terms
. . I . I.. ..1.1 1. I. .....f. r..lll
lllltier tno rein, uuiiuuk"
somewhat shv and easily alarmeil. On
Monday, in company wiui ur. ncnoggoi
I'otiglikeepsle, Mr. uootn starteu out lor
a drhe lo .Stamford. The team behaved
excellently, nnd all went well until
they had gono nbout three miles from
Cos Cob. when a part of the colt's har
ness broke. Tho eolt Instantly sprang
forward, and his mate, catching the
nl.mii. also started suddenly, nntl both
niiiiiL'ea nil) ui y alone tne roau. 1110
. ... . .. . .in .
carriage swayed violently about, and
before Mr. llooth could regain control of
his team no was thrown violently over
the dashboard and hurled with "rcat mo
mentum ajralnst a teleirraph polo at the
side of thehlL'hwav. Mr. Booth's body
was wranneu comnictciy arounii tno
pole several feet from the ground. A
short distance further Dr. Kellogg was
thrown out. Tho horses then became
loosened from tho carriage, running some
distance, wnen iney were caugiit, navinc
douu no tniury to tiicmscivcs. ur. nei
loL'tr heard Mr. Uooth's croans and has
toned to his assistance, asking If he was
dvlnir. but tho injured man
win unconscious, only murmur
Inor. "My wife, my child." A largo
number of persons soon eanio to tho
si-one. and obtaiulnir a straw-bed and nil
lows, placed tho sullerer in a wagon and
nrocewled to Cos Cob. Physicians were
sent for, and when the people arrived at
Mr. Booth's residence, chloroform nnd
ether were administered, and an examin
ation of the body revealed that tho left
arm was broken in two places, about two
inches nnart. near the elbow. It was found
nlso that the fourth rib was fractured, and
that the front portion of tho body was
badly bruised. In a short time Mr. llooth
becamo conscious, and when Joseph
llooth. his brother, who had been tele
graphed for, arrived In tho evening, he
was smoking his fuvorito pine, though
lvlnsr l:i bed and suflerlnir sonio palu. Ilo
sccmea llttlo concerned at his own con
dltlon, nnd said that all he had thought
of was Ills wife and child. Sirs llooth
bore up for n brie! tltno against the shod
which licr nervous system had rccclvi1
from the news of the accident, but afur
the excitement was over she gave way,
and during the night fainted rejieatcdly.
By order of tho physician no one was al
lowed to see him except tho nurse and
Mr. I). W. Wnlkcr, an old friend of Mr.
Uooth. A short conversation took place
between them, and Mr. Booth said he
was thankful that his injuries were no
worse, and hoped soon to be about. Said
Miss Edw hi llooth," l'apa Is very glad
that It was not his sword arm that was
broken, and It's very lucky too. If It had
been the right arm, perhaps he could
never have appeared on the stage again."
Yesterday ilr. llooth was suffering from
fainting Ills, and was in the hands ofhis
nhvaic an. Know nrr Mr. liootll s won
derful constitution and unusual recuper
ative power, and having lcarncu tnc na
ture of his Injuries, Mr. Walker was con
fident that his health would be entirely
restored In a month. The
nhvslclans are also of the opinion that
Mr. llooth will beiiulckly restored should
no unfavorable symptoms bo developed.
Itisprobablothathuwlllbcable to fill
all his professional engagements without
postponement. The lntcre.t In which
the people lu Stamford, as In Cos Cob,
felt In the recovery of Mr. llooth was
very notleeablc. They Hocked to the
house In large numbers, and seemed much
rejoiced at the assurance of Mr. Booth's
recovery, lu conversation with diirer
enl people at those places It was learned
that he is very much beloved by every
one there. Tlicy all know him. many of
them personally. Cedar Cliff, Mr.
Booth's slimmer villa, Is a pretty cottage
built upon an eminence not a hun.lred
yards from Cos Cob station, on the Xcw
York and Xew Haven railroad, overlook
ing tho Cos Cob river and Long Island
sound. The house was built by Mr.
Charles M. Barras. the playwright, and
the author of the '-Black Crook,"
who was rtiH over and killed
near his home by jumping from
a train while it was in motion. The
place was atterward purchased by Mr.
Booth, who has since occupied it during
the summer season. The house Is a pret
ty cottage, and the ground? arc tastefully
laid out in lawn and blooming borders,
and a great number of Tigorous cedars
along the slope of the hill leading down
to the water-side serve to set a picture
whoe eastern limit is the distant Long
Island shore. At the foot of the slope
the waters of the sound vah a pretty
beach, and hero are boats and bathing
houses within a minute's walk of tlic
tlir Amcrlrnu Tenm wni
cclveil In w York
Nuw ioiik, August 23. About two
o'clock the team was driven up to the
city hall lu carriages through the open
space, including the width ot the plaza.
On tiifirrrivuTthey were received with
hrce rlnglHff ci,crs by ti.o crowd. Tlicy
ii.ii u.iii.i.u, unit jj.i3J.uu in uy tlic po
lice to the mayor's private olllce, Colo.
lli'l Gll(li'rllM'Vi. iinil Cfipnil SIiuIit le.'iil.
I Ing vhc tine. After ten minutes inlornial
conversation aim hand-shaking with the
in j j vi, luu iiuiij uujuuriitu n mc gov
ernor's room, the crowd prova attcr
and in a few moment the rccepvionl
room, corridor anil stairway weru
uncomfortably packsd. I tic party
arranged themselves in u senil-
cirele, when, ufter ti brief
pause, General fjhaler introduced the
team, and Mavor Wicklum welcomed
them home in n brief speech. At the
close of his address, he shook hands with
all the members of the riili team. Col
onel Ciilderslecve, in reply, hoped that
the mayor and friends who bad so kindly
tendered them the reception would ac
cept their sincere thanks ; that tlicy had
gone away with some friends and re
turned to nnd many ; that the place lie
was in should Inspire him to give thanks
in fitting terms, but inspiration failed
hlin. He ftioke ot the warmth of the
team's reception in Ireland, and said that
being people ot American clllzenslilplmd
been a passport everywhere abroad.
At the elose of the proceedings in the
mayor's ofllce, the military and civil pro
cession was formed. The team and in
vited guests took their places in the pro
cession, and nnder the escort ol ths
Twenty-second, Sixty-ninth and One
Hundred and Twentieth regiments,
marched up Broadway over the pre
scribed route to tho Army and Mvy
club, where u banquet was given, at
which speeches were made by members
of the club. The progress up Broadway
was an entbualastle one, and uotwltli
standlng n drizzling rain, many specta
tors crowueu me siuewniKs, to honor me
return of the riflemen. Manv biilldlnirs
along the line oi inarch were decorated
with colors, nun at uic approach oi tno
procession, cliecrs were given and con
tinued until u iiitu pusscu.
Gilmore's immense concert-garden
were crowded to-night on the occasion of
the sneclal musical recention to tho
American rille-tearn. Just Inside of the
Madison avenue cntcrcncu were susjciul-
ed lour American Hags, four union jacks
and four Irish Hags. The team entered
nmlil thn rlii'cr nl the vast ninlli'iii-i'. mill
occujilni ti.u alcoves especially reserved
fortfiem. Tho llrst part of the pro
gramme was then periormeu by the
band.conslstlng of the march Triumphate,
iiurouuciug ",";eu wiu conquering
Hero comes.-' Alter mo perform
ance of a number of operatic airs,
the team took a position on the music
stand, and the mavor Introduced Gonoral
Sharpe, who delivered an address of wel
come, which was responded to by Colo
nel Glldersleeve. Tho remainder of tho
musical programme, consisting of Irish
and American airs, was them curried out,
and tho audience dispersed, the trophies
won by the Americans were exhibited at
the upper end of the garden, and at tho
lower enu wcro posteu up iuu names oi
the victors with dlacrams of tho scores
each made at Dollymouut.
The unilenilKneil has the iilcuHiire of annoiinc
InKtottiecitlzeiiHofCairo umlthe MirroumllnK
country that lie has estauliahdl a
for the tale of Joseph Schniiltler'o celebrated
ST, LOUIS LAGEE BEER.
uml ou thortctt notice bir will he delivered
colli anU ready lor tap.
TONY NlEDEnWIESElt, Asent.
Depot under I'liinters' IlQtitt.
Wood! Wood! Wood!
COAL! COAL! COAL!
BIG MUDDY (Mount Carbon Coal.)
Tho Cairo & St. Louis Transfer & Coal Company is now prepared to
fill ordors for Wood and Coal. Dolivcrod to nnv nnvt nf thn nittr nt
tho Lowost Cash Prioo. OFFICE
Louis Narrow Oaugo Depot.
Wood. 4 feet, nor cord
Wood, eawod, per cord
Wood, aawnd and split, per cord
Coal, car load, per ton
Coal, car load, alnarloton
Coal, car load, ona-nalf ton
Leave order atlF. M. Stockfleth',02 Oblo Lovee, at tho Crystal Saloon, corner
Sixth street and Commercial Avenue, and at tho Company's Ofllco.
Orders Solicited nnd Promptly Filled.
T. 2&. WARD, Supt.
F. M. STOCHFLETH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealor In
aporuuia-isr tnhp domestic
Wines and Liquors.
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Keeps a full stock of
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
Great Reduction in Prices,
Prints, Bleached Muslins,
Tablo Linens, Percales,
LARGE STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
Stock of White Goods, Victoria Lawtioi flwi Mamnlles, ami n Unfce fitotko
-.Ribbons. Thi entire Mock will I nUI i iici '; '"."1 ciiillmic until it U closcil am. till
uu inrcunvinceiioi ureal iiaraiua i ir.iui
cor nor Eigmn St. and commercial avo
I'll YHICI ANN.
yy lLiiiAn n. smith, m. d.
HESIDEXCK: Xo. il TlilrttrutU sttcct, lie
twicn WaaliltiBton nvcntieninl Walnut stmt.
OFFICE: North Mc of Klshtb etritt Lc
twren Commercial and WualiloKton avenue.
W. DUNNING, 1. D.
11ESIDEXCE: Comer Niiitli uml Walnut
OFFICE: Corucr Sixth street ami Ohio Ievee.
OFFICE IIOUUS: FromUn.ni. 12m., una
from: to s p.m.
rOHN H. MtJLKEY,
Attorney nt Iiftw.
OFFICE: Eighth Street, tietweeu Commer
cial uml Wn-tklnnton uveaueK.
gAMTJEL P. WHEELER,
Attorney at Jaiw.
OFFICE: Ohio ITee, ner room formerly
occuplinl l' Flrat Nutloiml Hunk,
Q.REEN & OILBERT,
AttorneyM anil CouiiNelorN
OFFICE: Ohio Ivi, rooms 7 nnd 8
City National Hunk,
William II, Given, )
William 11. Ollbert, CAIItO. ILLINOIS,
Miles Fred'k.Ullbert, )
E3Sieclal attention given to Admiralty ami
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
IN THE CITY.
Qooda Sold Vory Closo.
Uornor IStk St. and Commercial Ay
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
AND YARD at tho Cairo & St.
- $D 00,
0! DRY GOODS
fur Sale at-
.7i.i - .... ...j...
iu:ai. kstati: aji;t.
JOHN a. HAEMAN &
JONVEYANCESS, NOTARIES ?UBLIC
Land ARonta of the Illinois Central and
Burlington and Ctutncy B. It.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Levee,
I. U, LVNCII. M, J. IIOWLCV.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE At tho Court Ilouao.
MRS. L. J. SPEARS,
West sido Commorclal Avonuo, botweon
Klulitli una JM mill atroeia,
(Next door to .1 linker's dry ffoodi atotc.)
A full line of tlielamtttiid Hunt fashionable
HATS AND BONNETS
nlvYotilrand. Alsoerury variety of
Ribbons Lnooa and Trimmiuga,
from the cheapen to the inojt costly. Iaidles
Will linn Buy aim 'ter) hiiiik ," "
coinpli'tesireei, iui or paiu
11 cen to coniiiete witn uii) m "
B3-Alw uKeut Tor (he Hume Sewinjt -Machine.
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Roofing and Guttor'ug a Spcoialty
Slato Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of soutnern Illinois.
T.fnhtninir Rods. Pumns. Stoves
Jobbing Promptly Done,
AD DK.U.tll m
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
Under City KatloniJ 13 oak,
IWIt.L'fll In cnr-lnml lot, at Wf r.t.fnctureri
prices, mMlna Frclchl.
JOHN B. PHIXXIS
tHticctaaors to Jolm II. l'lilllls)
Ami Dealers In
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, etc.
Agtntitor IAFLIN&KAHD FOWDEX CO
ZCorner Tenth Streot and Ohio
7.. I. Mfttlittat.
MATHUSS &. UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
O 4 Olilo Lovoo.
No to Ohio I.eur,
E. J. Ayrta.
3. U. Ayrta.
AYRES & CO.,
1.. 13. THOMS,
And dealer lu
STAPLE AND FANCY
Foreign and Someatia Fruit and Nuts
184 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
ii. u. ct.'MNmr.iiiK.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(Successors to Miller A Parker,)
And Dealers In
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN, HAY,
01 oSb, jjJAWO, ILLINOIS.
E3"'e luvc leased the I-arjrc Yellotr Vare
house, storujre ciiincity a.itCJ lona, which (Ire
UK ample Cicilitled for storiiiK nud abippllift.
I.MS in t. .m i:.
Over Mtthuii TTU'l.
'VTONK but Flrat-Cbus Companies rtpr
a. i .euieu.
S AFFORD, MOBRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City VaUnud Btik Boildlnv, sp-iUirt.
The 0ldtEtblihe4 Ajrearr la SMi
eru IlUnoU, raprsxmtlnc otw
t65 000 000.
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