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W. L. BRISTOL,
Hoops everything portaining to
tho line of Staplo and Fancy Qro
oorios, Woodonwaro, Vogotablos,
Fruits, &c, tic
Different Combination From any
Bofore Oil'crcd in tho Market,
and of Excellent Flavor.
Sweet axil Rioli
Central Hop Yeast
Attain This Bummer.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
MT. OAREQN(Big Muddy)
Ordors for Coal by tho car-load,
on. or in hoirsbeadfl. for shinmont.
promptly auonauu iu.
iSrTo larco consumers and all
nnniifnnturora. wo nro Dronared
:o supply any quantity, oy tuo
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
tj-llalllday Jlro 'sofflce, No "U Ohio Leu
j-rll'iiriiUy liro whurfljuat
Pt w ... Mill., i.r
EJ-At tlie Uoal liuuip, loot of Thirty-Eight
Q-l'o.t OlUcii Drawer. .
Butter, Eggs, Fish, Poultry,
Game and all kinds of fresh
Fruit and Vegetables.
Eighth Street. Carro. Ill
O0nlera for Stuimiiouh promptly Jlllcd at
any nour, uuy ur num.
Wholesale, Retail and
leriliEhost Cash Prico paid for
IHobb and Cattlo.
A Book for the People.
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iii Unriiy iliufluufiWiui.ulil.uVr nary and Gen
er.veOri.irbirtliieM1iicluiUui an loimiul Jrr
vate, Vcitul"d ChrouloUlaeaai'auriwthSciM.iltc
i men ot Early AUuaca oil iim .nai t ,t m m ihu dan.
(tin ol icu..ti UilKre ami olur nmrrlaiic, ItailliiK loirc.
married and Ihuic coiilciiiijlallii uiarrlico. ut a intra
rvj';ir mi-dual Mora
iil.iuii nuimruui i pnu i i zl'iS'ifi' uniaiei.
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cailuuliiaiiprociirranufiiiui pvsriumoiTaea, Kiv
litis roiiWnn of Ilia aliute oiiiUnylraiitoo
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THE MEDICAL k SUEQIOALIBBTITOXB,
Try My Now Stylo Mixed
Wliolfsntu nnd Itctill Dialers In
Foreign and Domestio
WI2VKH OF All
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
IVTUSSiy. KMY1II A CO. Iiavl iiulliur
1VL n lurgc stock nf tlie hfst Rfxid in Hie niar
ti t, anil RUerH clal attention to Hi- "liolttale
rancn or ui uusmes
Tho Undersigned Ilaving Given
Is now Prepared to Furnish Ico
At prices that will Compare Fav
orubly with any Dealer. He
will now Dovoto his niton
tion Entirely to his
Oornor ISiglxtli Street,
WM. WETZEL. Proprietor.
ATltl'.TV watch Lid nijrlit oml day for
train nnl steamboats.
Till1 lrt oT aro)nuniljLti()iii
KU-U at Twu llultuta vr ilav.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AGENTS AMERICAN TOWDER CO.
57 Ohio Loveo.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
Sl'KCIALatluntlnn jrhcu to consignments utid
t?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
vVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, Sio.
Always on hand, the celebrated Illuminating
Corner Eleventh Street and Washing
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
ST. O. HTJUIjS.
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
lulletlu BuUainir, Cornor Twelftk'Btreet
and WaahinBton Avenue,
tCountv ami IlAllro.nl Work u specialty.
Dealer in Fnih Meats
Between Waahlnjrto mud Commercial
Avenues, adjoining Hanny'aT
KEKl'S (br tala (be beat Bwf, l'ork. Mutton
, Vl, l.amb, Kausagt, &a.. aud la pre
pared to acrv'i famlllia In an acceptable maimer
l.liiiliin m-a a t-iai. I . aV j
ir-rc: vfi i 4ft it M A 1 1 iv
' ' , ;
lie gatf o
omet, aullatln. Bn1H1wr Comt: Twltla. Mtrt and. "WMlxliitaja, .A.-traxiua'.
Tlio Fmirrnl of RnHton.
'J'lie IjoiIv of William C. Kalston, the
nrclilctit of Iho susiKMulcd bank of Cal
ifornia, wan placed In a casket and takun
front Ills Iioujo to.tho residence of Col.
Fry. The funeral took idaco yesterday.
The Inquest on the body tins commenced.
Thu (Until of Huhtou forms the princi
pal topic of conversation. King? were at
hall-man through-jut the city, and ex
pressions of regret and sympathy for the
ileccu'ed hanker are heard on all sides.
I.uter Information tends strongly to dis
prove the theory ol his suicide, mid the
statements ot his attending physicians
go to how that his death resulted from
apoplexy while- hwlmmlng. Saturday
Mr. IJilston tran?rerred'flll his property
to Senator W'lllluin .Sharon for the benellt
of creditors, and Mr. .Sharon, in receiv
ing the trut. pledged his honor to stand
by UU old friend to the last dollar of Ills
own private fortune.
At thu meeting of the trustees of the
Hank of Callloruia, Saturday, Mr. Hals
ton promised that if the management
was kit In Ids hands he would pay dol
lar for dollar lo depositors, and 60 cents
on the dollar to the stockholders; hut af
ter an exciting discussion, it was decided
to accept hU resignation.
.SYMPATHY Of TUB KXCIIANG1W.
The Paelllc .Stock exchange, .Saturday,
adopted resolutions deploring the death
of HaMoii, as u fuithtul Iriend, a valua
ble citizen, a champion of the city and
suite; extending thu sympathy of the
board to the family ; resolving to attend
the funeral in u body.
The .San 1'rancbeo .Stock exchange ap
pointed n committee to wait on Mrs.
haleton, and tender the tympathy of the
board, aud to attend the tuncral iu a
TIIK ITKMNG IN MX I IUXCHCO.
There was less excitement in San Fran
cisco Saturday than would naturally be
expected, aud it Is generally conceded
among the mercantile community that
the panic Is about over. Thu sub-treasurer
has now on hand over $3,000,000,
and the mint has the capacity nnd can
turn out S1.000.0UO p-T day. Thu Na
tional Gold Note aud Trust bank is trans
acting their country business as usual,
and will reopen for general business as
soon as coin can he obtained. The man
agers of thu stock exchange have given'
notice that it will be closed until further
notice. It is expected that it will he
only temporary. The liabilities of the
collapsed banV are not yet definitely
known, but they are estimated iu thu
neighborhood or $15,000,000. The assets
are considerable In property, some of
which i and has been unproductive.
Among tlie-e. which has drafted heavily
on the bank, is thu Palace hotel, now
TIIK nAXK'S CONDITION-.
Tho statement ot the bank's condition
lias not yet ta'n prepared, but reliable
IntormaUon shows that lis UaUUtles will
Ini upward ol $14,000,000, nnd lu avail
able as.'cts from 57 .000.000 to $8,000,000.
Tlin nrliiemal stockholders will probably
have to le sessel Irom 40 to CO cents on
the dollar to pay on the liabilities.
TIIK CENTllAL PACIFIC'S LOSSK3.
As far as can at nrrscnt be learned con
cernlntr allalrs between the Central l'a-
e caiui tin; uanK oi uailliornia, tuc
bank owes .Stanford $400,000, advanced
ome time ago. The Central raclllc of
ficial are disposed to be reticent, but
thev sav the company had but a small
amount on deposit in the bank.
TIIK G0I.I) UANK.
The trustees of tho National Gold Hank
uid Triiit company Saturday afternoon
authorized the president and cashier to
borrow 1,0U0,00U in coin, on real estate
counties. The bank is in excellent con
dition. If it were to go Into liquidation.
it could pay thu stockholders a handsome
premium, after paying the deposits Iu
AII ritOM WASHINGTON.
The treasurer caused some $000,000 In
gold to be transferred to the California
banks Saturday, the government lias
thus far transferred $1,100,000. Tho
limit will b about Sl.&OO.OOO. About
$70,000 of the money transferred Friday
went to the Merchant's Exchange bank,
whose failure was reported haturuay.
i'he belief is srcneral In financial circles
hero thu California uanie cannot extend
east of the l.ocky Mountains lu its lullu-
William Chapman Italston, late presi
dent of thu Bank of California, who so
strangely lost his lire, was born In the
village of Wellsvllle, 43 miles from l'itte-
burg. and was at one time clerk- on a
steamboat plying between that city and
Cincinnati. Hols very well known In
Pittsburg, and Mr. J. N. McCtillough.
general manager of the Pennsylvania
company's railroad Hues, and Gen. F.
it. Jivers.L'unerai iiaseui:er iisieuioi mis
Institution, were boyhood companions of
Italston. Tlie latter s tamer was owner
of, a saw and nhinlncr mill at Wellsvllle.
aud conducted boat building, and iu tlie
years 1847 and 1819, ho succeeded in
placing his son as second clerk on a
steamboat. In this position, nnd more
resnonslb e ones subsequently, he be
came acquainted with n large number
ot our mcrcnanis anu mist
iness men. He became engaged to a lady
iu New York, about 1818, who. through
death's Intervention, was not destined to
become His cinnamon, hiiortiy alter
tho breaking out of .the excitement at
tendlnir the discovery of cold In Califor
nia, Mr. Italston also caught the gold fe
ver, and left tho river trado to seek his
fortunes In Eldorado, via Panama. Very
early In his career he jumped into all
sorts of speculations, and soon amassed a
handsome competency. Stock operations
and mining enterprises were his favorite
fields. He entered tho ill-fated Bank of
California when it was quite a small In
stitution. ltalton, in thu courso of lime,
mse to ho its cashier, and afterward presi
dent; and Its capital stock being Increased
from S2.000.000 to $5,000,000 thu bank.un-
der his management, soon became a very
jigy- During tho cpldcmlo of intcrmlt
tents In thu West this season, tho wliolo
Immense stock of Ayer's Aguo Cure be
came exhausted, and tho producing power
of his Laboratory was found Inatlcquato
to meet tlio demand. Jiany wno Knew
its extraordinary virtues for tho cure of
Chills and Fever, paid exorbitant prices
for it. ThlsRueCiirelsald. bytlioso
who use it, to never fall, Render, if you I
must huva medical aid, take the best of ,
medicine. Poor lemedlea are dear, as .
good are cheap, at any prlco you have to
pay for them. Qharlttton Courier, I
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1875.
r The foot and mouth disease Is spreading
among cattlo In Cumberland nnd Aber
Tlirre thomnnil Turkish Croats have
crossed the Danube Into Austria territory,
and expect to be maintained by Austria
during meir exile.
Vnh.'inimnri All h.is been annotated
commander-in-chief or the Turkish rorces
In Herzegovina and Bo3tiln, and will lm-
mcuiatciy assume tuo communu.
Mdltary preparations go on in Scrvla
but it is dllllcult to say whether they
arc made to satisfy tlio Impatience of the
people, or to guard agahiBt a serious con
tingency. A dispatch from London says that It Is
rumored that a majority of tlio Jury of
lntmest wits in favor ofa verdict of man
slaughter against tho offlccrs of the Itoyal
yatch, which ran down the illstletoe.
In conscuucnco ol the forcible occupa
tion Itjr the Turks of the Itakova convent,
near tuo Servian lroutiers.tiiu inuaDitants
of the dlslrlctof N'ovnroscn have revolted,
and the chief town of Norarosch is lu
A despatch from Krcrevacz. tho old
capital of Scrvla, announces that tho new
legislating chamber met tc-lay, but
iiolhluir but routine business, prelimin
ary organization, was done. The session
win ou formally openeu oy iTinco Jinan,
in a lew days.
Serve Pasha, the extraordinary com
missioner ol the porU, passed ltagusa,
Friday, on a steamer, iroluir to Kleck.
The steamer also carried troops and ar
tillery. 1 he representatives of the foreign
powers will meet In Mostar, and attempt
to affect pacification.
Leopold Sonneman, editor and propri
etor ot tlie Frankfort .tilting, and mem
ber of the German parliament, was ar
rested Saturday morning for refusing to
testify as to thu authorslip of certain arti
cles. For the same reason live other edi
tors of the paper are already Imprisoned.
A special from llerllns.iys it Is reported
that the ltussiau consul at ltagusa Is too
ill to take part in the proposed mediation
of the powers between the Insurgents and
the Turkish government. If tills Is really
thu case, the task of the other foreign
consuls, never very hopeful, bvcomes lesa
The Times, reviewing thu com market
for tlie week, says grains have been hell
firmly here, but there ha? been but little
business. Imports and deliveries by
homo growers have been large. The
country markets have been very ir
regular, at a decline ranging from one to
four shillings per quarter. Prices in the
French markets are still lower.
Tho London Times correspondent at
Berlin telegraphs that the pope has sent
his special blessing to the promoters of
thu Catholic pU'Tiinaire to France, and
It seems certain that the protect will bo
carried out. To avoid collisions, the pil
grims will leave Germany one by one,
and rendezvous at Mous and Paris. It is
seml-ofllclallv announced lu Paris that.
iu consequence of tlie wish ot the French
government, there Is now reason to hope
that thu Catholics of Germany will make
no piijrriniiijro In t rench territory.
INtw York Herald.
Vi Un.vn ft irlnfnl tlnn- .ill tin. wi.
rfrotn Saratoga that the Hon. John Mor-
nsey uas not teen practising what he
preaches. Our readers will remember we
published a few days ago an eloquent and
turhulent Interview from this statesman.
iu which ho complained bitterly of the
leaders of thu Tammany democ
racy, because of thu reduction ol
the wages of tho laborers from
two dollars a day to one dollar and sixty
cents. It now seems, It this story Is true,
that Mr. Morrissey himself, In tho em
ployment of labor at Saratago, pays fifty
cents a uay less man wnat is given oy
our authorities in New York. We can
hardly believe this story, and yet It Is so
Important that we give It this publicity
In the hope that it may be promptly de
nied. Mr. Morrlssey's reputa
tion as a statesman and the
leader of a party depends
upon his frankness and his courage. How
can he come to New York aud cham
pion the woes of these unfortunate citi
zens from Mulllngarand Tipperary, who
build our uptown improvements, when in
his own business and In the disbursement
of his own lunds he limits the wages of
his fellow countrymen V What Is llsh
lu Saratoga cannot be llesh hi New York,
aud the Honorable John should nromnt-
ly put his list upon this storv aud de
Delano' Reply to Win. M'clali.
From U03S Granl'a National Kcpubllcun.
Uls true character is developed by the
fact that he stands convicted of n crime
against the laws of his country, the Jaws
ui iiiiniumi . uuu uiu Hiv t'luni ot inu
civilization of the age. Under tho saintly
garb of Christian meekness and patriotic
love of couutry, this fervid reformer
wears tlio blackened and calloused
heart of a Shylock lu short,
of a man who lends money
upon slave property, and whoso wealth
Is constantly Increasing through tho pay
ment of Interest upon mortgages which
ho holds upon the bodies of ids fellow
men. Thu bloody sweat of Cuban slaves
Is coined Into greedy wealth for his cof
fers. Ills capital is loaned to tho slave
holding monarchists of Havana for use
In perpetuating their power and keeping
in subjection tho patriot Insurgents who
aro struggling for tlio independeiieo of
republican principles on the island Cer
tainly ho cannot bo ranked as an honora
ble man, nor as one whoso unsupported
assertions aru entitled to the faintest
shadow of consideration by tho public.
The unilerulKued has the pleasure of announc
ing to the citltcna of Calm andthe Biinouudhiir
country that he has catablUhtd a
for the sale of Joseph Sclinulder's wlibniM
ST, LOUIS LAGER BEER.
and on shortest notice liw will bo delivered
cold aud ready for tap
TONY NlKnKltWIJISKIt, Aeeut.
Depot under I'lantera' Home.
. K. BAKER. No. 11 N SarentU Ht.tBl.Mui mm
IUO VAX Mm MM ir JPAI
a-nd ttatnp lor mnttilantlal circular. ell"t jralu.
Dr. nTcf .rAIUl, 6 B. WaB, fit Indjanapoll, lad.
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS.
JOBBERS AKD RETAILERS OF
DBUGQISTS' FAN6r GOODS.
WAX FLOWER MATEHIAL,
TXT, ifollcit c.irreiKjniknw ami onlrrs fmm Druirfflals, I'byslclaos ami Gentral Storta In tvan
II Ol CnOl ill lltlr llllO NtJluli.iat. llinl,ttlnn
uiic. ..mi iriiauiv iruir ni rnwunnuii: raics.
74 Oblo Levee.
ILLIAM R. 8 KITH, X. S.
nKSIDKNCK: So. 21 Thirteenth 8tret, be
twwn Wahltifftun avenue and Walnut street.
OFFICE: North side of Kljtith street be
tween Commercial and Wathlnf tou avenue.
W. D17NN1NQ, M. D.
HKSIUEXCK: Corner Ninth and Walnut
OFFICE: Comer Slslh atreet and OhioLevec.
OFFICE HOUKS: FromOa.m. 12m., and
from 2 to 8 ii. in.
OHM H. MTJLKEY,
Attorney at Iaaw.
OFFICE: Elirhth Street, between Commer
cial aud Waaklngton avenue,
1AKT7EL P. WHEELEB,
Attorney at Law.
OFFICE: Ohio Levee, oTer room formerly
occupied by Vint National Ilank,
BEEN ft GILBERT,
A.ttorncyt and ConnNelom
OFFICK: OWo Leve, rooms 7 and 8
City National Hank,
William II. Green. ,
William 11. Gilbert, CAinO. U.1.UIOIS,
uuea rreiric. utlbert. 3
E3.Special attention given to Admiralty and
nKAI. ESTATE AUENT.
JOHN Q. HARMAN &
JONVKYAMCUS, lfOTABIZB FTMIC
Land Agenta of tho Illinois Central and
BurllnKton and Qulnoy R. B.
Ifertk Cor. Sixth aad Ohio Lt,
I. U. LYNCH.
u. j. iiowutv.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICK-At tho Court Houaa.
91 R St lit Jm SPEARS,
Welt aide Commercial Avenua, batwaan
Xlithta and Ninth atreata.
(Next door to .1. Burger's dry goods store.)
A full Hue of the latest und most fashionable
HATS AND BONNETS
always on hand. Also ersry variety of
Ribbons Laoos and Trimmings,
(Vmn tho rlirftnrst In II.B most COStlv. Ladles
will find uuy and everything in her store lor a
complete street, ball or party putnt.
l'rlcas to comete with any In the West.
Or Also agent for the Home Sewing Machine.
BOX and BASKET CO
7A1I kinds hard and son,)
FLOORING, BIDINO, LATH, 0
Mill ut Tarsi,
3ornr Thirty-Fourth Stmt ad
COLLIER WHITS LEAD,
tinil Kmillr M
' Medicine Cases furnished or -
aahfnirtoti Ay., Cor. 8th S
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
HALLET. DAVIS & CO.'S
Of World wido Reputation.
Acknowledged by all good Miulclana to be the
beat t'lano now mane,
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which wo have sold over 400 during
twelve yearn pait, becoming more and morn
popular every day.
SMITH'S AMERICAN ORGAN,
Splendid tone. Power nnd Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
Aarytlno ItHtnuuent, adapted to lnstru-
mtaiu as ntu n vocav muMc.
ALL TIIK ABOVK AUK OFFERED ON
Easy Monthly Payment, at low figures
regardless of List Prices.
In great variety, Including all tbo new
and popular music ot tho tiny.
Orders from tho Country
promptly filled and scut
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS
FRENCH 1UUPS, ETC., ETC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
Furnished to Order.
8TSIN08 FOB VIOLOfB, OUIXASB, ETC.
Of the Vast Quality.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of all trades for Piano or Voice.
tarKvery description of Musical Mer
chandise furnlshod to order, promptly und
at prices lower than ever offcrod before.
OENCY ALSO OF
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARir.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue and Price
Lilt of these beautiful groupes.
All Goods Warranted at Bsprsieatsd.
ROBBIHS MUSIC BAZIP,
WHOLESALE AND KIT AIL.
IN THU CITY.
Goods Sold Very C)M.
Corner 19U St. and Oosnasarcial Ar
0. O. PATCtm CO.
R. W. MTg.T.TO;
And dealer In
FLOUR, MEAL, GRAIN HAY,
( CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
AMD DAI.H IN
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
Usder City National Bamk.
I WILL tell In car-load tote at caT.faclareri
prices, adding Frcbzhl.
JOHN B. PHXXXXS
(Succcjaors to John B. FlilUU)
Aud beulera In
HAT, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
REAL, BKAN, tte.
AgUkUfOI LoTLIN JkRASD POWDER CO
Z. D. Mulluus . i: C.
MATHUSS to UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN. HAY AND
Q4 OJxti Xiovooi
No (0 Ohio I.erce,
E, J. Ayies,
8. D. Ayrta.
AYRES to CO.,
L. I. THOMS,
Aud dealer lu
STAPLE AND FANCY
Forefsm and Someatlo Frulta and Kuta
114 C0XKXB0IAI A VEUVE.
ii. ii. cvNxmauAM.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(Successors to Miller & 1'arkcr,)
Aud Dealers In
WHEAT, HEAL, GRAIN. HAY,
i-sir liorn l,.j.anl th l.ixran Yellar AVare
hmina. atiinimi ranacitv 3.IOO long. Which KlVeS
us ample fkcTlllles for storing and ahljipliiff.
O. N. HUGHES,
Ortr Xathuu ft VU'i.
NONE but Vlrst-Clua Companies rqire
TS OHIO UBVEE,
City XaUtMl BMk SvlMUf i f-ttir.
Mi OOO OOO.