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W. L BRISTOL,
Koepa ovorythlng pertaining to
tho line of Staple and Fancy Oro
soriee, Woodenware, vegetable!,
Fruit", etc., eke.
Try My New Style Mixed
Dl ,.iiit Combination From any
Is. foro Offered in tho Market,
" .nd of Excellent Flavor.
Oholco Selection of
and FLOWER POTS.
& OTIS hi GRATE Hoi,
Sweet and Rich
0 'al Hop Yeast
Again Thla Summer.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
MT. OARBON(Big Muddy)
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
arompuv aitonaca 10.
t&"Vo largo consumers and all
manufacturers, wo are DrODarod
;o supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIBO CITY COAL COMPANY.
rj-llalllilay llro ' office, No 70 Otilo Levee
rt-llairiujiy llro 'a wluirfbont,
rl-At Kirvnlinn Mills, or
-At the Coal Dump, foot of Thkrty.Elght
K-I'ost Office Drawer, 300.
Butter, Eggs, Fish, Poultry
Game and all kinds of fresh
Fruit and Vegetables.
Eighth Street Carro. HI
tfOnlcrs for Steamboats promptly llllcd at
iuy hour, tlay or nlglit. 7-l3.tr
Wholesale, Retail and
i Highest Gash Frioe paid for
Hogs ana Cattle.
A Book for the Feoole.
f i a IriltUniM bimucii woi ci x
( Uil ii'ublo toiumo paiuanilSntD.
. ( p!.r. awl .iin.Thin, ou Ibo utiuril,
3. )iiior.lit(lUfilr.liuon.uftb ..i..,
Itoni, the My ittrtta of lluproduotlon, Uo. A .uml.tj
i tti rlty v thtVBrlini.di.a. otilto Ur.nary and Oan
r.iTeOr(aia of both .,, Including ml furnuof Prr
vata. VneielnJ OhrouloSlMaieaof txjttitHiti, thi
tOvM of arly Abuaoa on tti iciuil.; utm the il.n.
t.ri ot rsc... bi'titfe and attr lutrrtag.. Lading toprt
inature decay and Impotenoy a private couaaellurtoitie
mirri..! and tkoee conirinptailna Uiarrlaac. Not a were
mmrriaa. n. auutt anu uiwiu.itiica.
ouackadvmlMment.bull.Uieoulr popular anedical Mork
kuuint t itimn.
aal.,1 luaaaa Li uilU. 10 Cll.
ZEE MBDIOiL SDEqiMLmiDTft
Prlci, paper oert'l.W. bound l clctk. I.M1. A fan.
eWenOielmprevMltrearnientof parmatorrhta, glv
lit contanU of lie above wo.rk.ernl la aealed wrapper oa
Aiaa a eoiau aaaaioai xraaiiea ouuie
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale nil Retail Dealers la
Foreign and Domestic
WINEH OF ALL KI9T1M,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MKSSlf. SMYTH A CO. hate constantly
a Urne atock of the best gowt I" ine mar
ket, ana irlte especial attention to tbe wneiaaate
rancb of tbe uuslneas
Tho Undcrsignod Having Given
Is now Prepared to Furnish Ico
At prices that will Comparo Fav-
oramy witn any ucaier. ixc
will now Devote his a tcn
tion Entirely to his
Oomor 33 Is litis, atroet,
WM. WETZEL. Proprietor.
ATltUSTY watch kept nlRht an.l day for
train anil olrauiboaW.
Tbe Ufl of accoiumolatluu
iruntta at 1 wo Dollars tr day.
WIIULENAIX GBOa 'KKN.
STBATTON & BIRD,
AOBNTS AMERICAN POWDER 00.
57 Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 16 OHIO LEVEe!
SI'KCIAL attantlsn given toconiignmenta and
PAINT AND OIL.
B. F. PARKER,
t?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Papor, Window Glass, Win
aow anaaos, so.
Alvrayi on band, the celtbratej Illuminating
Comer Eleventh Itreet and WMhtatf
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
lulletln BKlldUaT, Corner Twelfth Street
and WMhlBaTtan Avenue,
CfCountv and lUllroevl Work a tixcUvlty
he gait q
a nejfo er neptcmbrr.
September atrew tho woodlaads o'er
With many a brilliant color
The world la brighter than before
Why should our hearts be duller?
Sorrow and the tcarlet leaf,
Sad thought and sunny weather.
Ah met the itlary and the grief
Agree not well together.
Thia-ts the parting season this
e time when friends at flying,
And loiers now. with uuny a kiss
1 heir long farewelli are aigbing.
tl'hv lararth soravlviln
Tht lxiinp that Autumn liearetii
A funeral seems, where every gueM
A bridal garmeut weareth.
Each of ui, perchance, may here,
On aome blue morn rMreafttr,
BemrB Ww law nudy year.
Hut not with boyhh laughter.
W't iball then be wrinkled men ,
Ourbrowa with silver laden,
And that thla glee may 'at teek again,
But never more a maiden)
Nature, perhaps, Comeee that Spring
Will touch herteemlng boaora.
And then a few brief month will brln
The bird, the bee, the blonaom.
Ahl theae forests 4n not know
Or would less brlxhtly wither
Tlie virgin that adorna them so
III never more come hither.
3lr. WaHlnajton Her Hiicceatful De
but lu .Wrmpliia.
( Memphis Appeal )
Last Friday tiljjht a beautiful woman,
fair as the tunny Mete o I' a. I u tin apple anil
graceful a a Calla lily, came to this city
and proceeded to the i'eabody hotel.
wtieru ne refjistereu as nn. uiiuiifiou
and secured room No. 10. Well-dressed,
modest In appearance, atid eauy lu luan
ner, tshe wan llioiiKlit to be an elegant
lady. Hence it wan the was not suspect
ed of being an Improper character, tor
the proprietors and clerks oi the i'ea
body had not read the papers of other
cities, recounting the advent, sojourn and
Hlght of tlili peripetatle creature ot beau
ty, whose adventures elsewhere
and especially at the Max
well lioue, Nashville, have been
portrayed with graphic fidelity by the
tkyt gliding pencils ol Journalistic re
porters. During her stay at the i'ea
body, site contrived by some art, known
only to her sex, to form the acquaintance
of some uashing youug gantlemeuol the
dtv. whose attentions were appreciated
with reciprocal interest by tlie lasciuatlng
woman, mule Here, ".nrs. vvainngtou"
had the pleasure of taking a hack ride,
w hereby she was afforded an opportunity
of seeing much of Memphis, ttie queen
city of Tennessee. Yesterday morning
the had a gentleman, who happened to
form her acquaintance and enjoy her so
ciety, while visiting the city, summoned
to her room. "Pay my board bill right
away, or I will scandalize your name
most outrageously," were the words she
nseti ns soon as tuc gentleman cutercti
the room. 'Ihc young man, however,
asked for time, but Mrs Walliogton is a
good parliamentarian, tne caiieu lor tuc
uitvJon. Thereupon? theSyountr man
hastened to the store ot a irlend, where
his valise was, and, procuring this, lost
no time in talcing tne tram to ms nome.
Mrs. Wallington, who had secured hall a
dozen victims during her shopping and
promenades in the city, became very
angry, and was also qultw miscellaneous
as well as extravagant in the utterance ot
her threats. The proprietors ol the hotel,
hearing of her conduct, informed her that
she must at once leave tie house, or they
woultl expel her forcibly. Finally Mrs.
Wallington, whose Kichclietian rage had
expended itself without any terrillcelVect,
concluded to leave, but left her package
in payment of her board bill. Sue took
the train yesterday morning for Chatta
nooga, and her baggage was tent to her
last night. It is proper to state here
that the proprietors and clerks of the
i'eabody had no cause to suspect Mrs.
Wallington when she came here, a her
appearance and deportment were in ac
cordance with those ufa real lady. She
imposed upon the Maxwell house at
Nashville lu the same manner, and is
practicing a game ol blackmail as foul In
character as she is fair in looks. She
expects to return to Memphis to-morrow
or Thursday, when it is more than proba
ble that the beautiful adventuress will be
dealt with as the law directs lu cases ot
A Mysterloit Murder.
Mernphia Appeal. 1
From a gentleman of Arkansas county.
Arkansas, we have received Information
of a frightful murder committed in that
section some nine ago. ine letter, wiucu
lalns itself, reaus as follows
to clvc to tho public what I think
should not slccn in ambush any lousier,
as I llrnl no notice ot the murder, which
occurred the 10th of August last. The
facts in the case are as follows : There
lived a quiet and Inoucnsive citizen
known as J. D. Grcr. lu Mississippi
county, his home beiuz a little cabin lo
cated In a dense wood and far from anr
other habitation. Jiclng a batcbclor, and
having no relations lu the State, Greer
lived alone in his cabin, being
entraecd In huutluir and tllllnir a
small tract of lantl. About the twentieth
of last August, reer was found dead in
bed, a rifle bullet havlmr passed through
tne wan sear ttio ueau or ins cot. anu
penetrated his brain. Marks of a charge
of buckshot were also found In tho wall
of the cabin. Upon the head of li s rude
anu iiumoie Dcuateao was written: "J
Greer born 1833 shot on the 10th Inst
burled ou the 20th of August 1875." The
affair is a mystery as yet unsolved. Tho
deceased was a native of South Carolina
and is supposed to have been murdered
ior nis money, as ins neicuuors sav no
bad realized quite a stun from the sale of
furs aud peltry. The assassins of the
oor oiu iiunter are sun at iarare anu tin
nown. though the men suspected of the
murder are Bud Bagnell, Jim Partln
berry, Sam Partlnberry and a half-In
uian Known as cast, mis nurricd
notice is sent you as given to me with
tho hope that, through the Appeal, per-
cnancc, it may meet tuo eyo or ic
menu or poor urecr.
Pacific Plack, Arkansas, September
Qr During the epidemic of ititcrmit
tcnts In the west tblH scasou, the whole
immense stock of Ayer's Ague Cure be
carao'cxhausted, and tho producing power
of his Laboratory was found Inadequate
to meet the demand. Manv who knew
Its extraordinary virtues for the euro of
Chills and Fever, paid exorbitant prices
for It. This Ague Cure is said, by those
who use It. to never fall. Header. If you
must have medical aid, take the best of
medicine. Poor remedies are dear, as
good are cheap, at auy prlco you have to
pay for tlietn. Chnrlttfon Cvtiriti;
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1875.
The Vaika inke h Apology.
United Status Stkamek Conohess, )
OFF TltlFOM. llAniURY. V
August 20, l&7u. J
The Consular troubles have finally
been settled amicably by Ills hxccllcncy
the Pasha acceding to tho demands uiadc
upon him by Captain Earl English and
Captain D. B. ITarmony, United Suites
Navy, the former of this ship, the latter
or the United States steamer Hartford,
both ships having been ordered here to
settle, In conjunction with Michael Ida!,
Amwlrm f'nnuil. the ItlSUlt Offered to
the American Consul a month since. 'I ho
demands were as follows, viz:
First A withdrawal, In writing, of tlio
letters written by Pasha to the American
Conul, on the Gth and Cth of August.dc
mandlnghls appearance at the courts to
answer a charge brought against him by
two oOIccrs of the Ottoman Navy.
StecnulA written guarantee oi tne
peaceful Intentions of the Trlpolitan au
thorities toward not only the t.nlted
State Consul, but all of Its citizen.
Third The punishment ot the sailor
of the Ottoman Navy who surreptitiously
entered the premises ot the American
Consul on the 2itli of July.
FourtJi Tho suspension, for lour
months, of the Judge and other ofllcials
of the court which dcmajided tho pres
ence of the Consul.
Fifth X verbal apology from the Pa
sha, in full uniform, with all his insignia
of rank, at the American Consulate, to
the Consul, at half-past three r. si., Au
gust 20, 1870.
The apologywas given on this date, at
the time and place llxed. our government
beln represented by Captain D. B. Har
mony, Captain Martlctt. United States
Marine Corps; Second Lieutenant Gib
son, Unllted State,s Marine
corps ; Lieutenant Commander
H. Elmer. United States Navv. and ten
1 privates of marines, who assembled witli
the Consul in ills consulate anu received
the verbal apology offered, In French, by
tfce Paha for the conduct of himself and
officials to the American Consul.
I write in great haste, having hut a few
momenta to spare before the Hartford
sails for Malta. We follow her in thirty
six hours to the samenlace. from where
I will forward you an accurate account of
the whole matter, correspondence, occ.
with also an account of the Insult oflcred
to two ot the officers of this ship when on
an olllcial visit to tho American Consul's,
on our arrival here, August 17. 1S75,
which was apologized for by the munic
ipal authorities of the cltv of Tripoli
verbally at the Consulate on the 23d inst.
ahe Vlrslnin Ilnnk Koliber Diet Vn
runlronlnic. From the Courier-Journal, 20th.)
The lollowinir dispatch was received
vesterdav bv tlie Chief of Detectives :
"Pink'Hill. Ky.. September 19, 3:30
p. in. D. 'J'. Bliifh : The wounded rol-
bcr died trd.iy. Shall we bring his body
to your city or nury nun uere.
"Koiit. T. O.NEY."
Captain Bligli, of course, dispatched
the parties to bury the robber there, as
no possible end could be served by brinsr
in him here. From Mr. Oncy terming
hlui "the robber," it Is presumed that he
recofrnlzptf him n one ol the men who
robbed the lluntlnirton bunk.
If Captain Blljrli's theory Is correct,
then the daring Jesse Jatnc.s has robbed
his last bank, and It Is a source of regret
that the public cannot enjoy the same
tratlfyiig reliction with reference to Ills
companions wO have escaped. H U only
a question of lime, however, as to their
capture, and If they will but remain In
Kentucky they may be sure that It will
be a very short time.
Mr. Onev. cashier of tho IIuntinrton,
West Vn., Itonk, robbed nearly three
weeks nco, passed through Louisville
Saturday on his way to 1'lne Hill, Ky.. to
identify the wounded man now lying
there as mno of the men who robbed his
bank. From Cintalu UHkIi's description
he was satisfied that lie was the one who
came to hltn when the bank was robbed,
and tooK cnarirc ot mm. air. onev sta
ted to Ullgk before lie left that there were
dozen others who could Identify all
tour tncu It they should nil be caught.
lie win return uere niter ins visit to l'tne
IHU. Xothini further has been heard
from the woumlcd man, or the three men
still at large.
A Seda it (Mo.) special states that
Judire ounirer, ol St. Clair county, ar
rivet! tnero saiuruav, anu says tne uead
lluntlnirton, West Vn., bank robber is
not large enough for Cole Younger, but
that of the wounded man is a close de
scription of James 1 ouuger. the young'
estot the brothers.
Prices to suit the Times.
Wholesalo Figures, but No Credit !
Mrs. O. McLEAN,
Next Door to Stuart ft Qholson'a
BETWEEN COMMERCIAL AND
HATS, Bouncta, Flowern.a, Lacea, Klbboas
Silks, Velvets, Tle, Itttchlngs, Coraeta,
Kia Gloves, liosterr, nuninu.
Alio the "Ladles' Ureas ItefoTm'
And all the new etylu of trlrotnUg Silks fur
SiirloK and 6iunmer.
l.Th.iM unnria V!
ooda will sold ; at .very low Hk-
nrca, for CASH and CASIJ ONLY.
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH STREE1
Between Waablngton and Commercial
xrxii ttx"M kyo pox
- M 9 . - art
THE NEW LOW RESERVOIR "STANDARD"
Great Durability with Handsome
KADI ONLY BY
Excelsior Manufacturing Qowtfj?
612, 614, 616 and 618 If. MAITC STBEET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
AND BOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY
8.i7-2m C W' HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois.
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
ILL! ADC R. SMITH, X. D.
RESIDENCE: So. 21 Thirteenth atrrt, be
tween Washington avenue and Walnut atrect.
OFFICE: North aide of Eighth itrect be
tween Commercial and WaanlturtonaTenue.
W. DUNNING, Jt. D.
RESIDENCE: Coiner Ninth and Walnut
OFFICE: Corner Sixth atreetaad Ohio Uvt-e.
OFFICE HOURS: From 8 a.m. 12m., and
from 2 to 8 p.m.
rOHN H. MULXEY,
Attorney at Law.
OFFICE: At residence on Ninth Street, be
tween Washington avenue and Walnut M.
CJAJCUEL P. WHEELER,
Attorney at Itaw.
OFFICE: Ohio LeTee, over room formerly
occupied by First NaUonal Dank,
Q.BEEN ft GILBERT,
AttorueyM and ConuNelom
OFFICE: OUlo Levee, rooms 7 and 8
City National Hank,
Wllllum II. Green.
William II. Qllbert, V C.UUO. ILLINOIS.
S3SiecIal attention given to Admlrally and
REAI, ESTATE AGENT.
JOHN ft. HARM AN & CO.
JOHVEYAKCEM, jTOTAJtlXI FUBUC
Land Ajrenta of the IUlaoia Oantral avnd
BurUnaTton and Oulaey K. B.
Ifortk Car. Slztk ul Okie Lavaa,
I. O. IYNCU.
at. J. uowui.
LYNCH & HOWLET,
OFFIOE-At the Court Houae.
BOX and BASKET CO
1 Dealer ta
AUkluda bard and soft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, to
Mill u4 Yard,
Corner Tbirty-Fourth Street and
SIXTH STBKM, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COM1CESCIAL
Manufactuxeilaia own Korae
can AaauraOoed wo
ARE ECONOMY IN PRICE,
QUICK AND UNIFORM
Designs, and Giving PERFECT
Kanos and Organs,
SHEET HUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
HALLET. DAVIS & CO.'S
Of World wide Reputation.
AcknowIelgeil by alt arood Musicians to ht tbe
iiest i'luno now made.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of whlcli we fiuvc sold over 400 dunnir
twelve year pas , lu-corning more and more
popular every ay.
SMITH'S AMERICAN ORGilN,
Splendid tone, Cower and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very tine tu-truraunt, adapted to lnstru
nvntu a. well as vocal music.
A LL THK AllOVE ARE OFFERED ON
Kas-y Monttily Payments, at low lltntres
icaruieBB ui i.iai i nrcs.
In great variety. Including aU tho new
and popular music ot Uto dar.
Orders from tho Country
promptly Oiled and sent
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS
FRENCH HARPS, ETC., ETC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
Furr.lshed to Order.
TKDTOB JOB VIOUHI, OUITAB8, ST0.
Ol the Beit Quality.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Or all grades for Piano or Voice.
U3T"Every description of Musical Mer
chandise furnished to order, promptly and
at prices lower than ever offered before.
GENCT ALSO OF
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue and Price
List or uese ueauuiui Krupi
All Ooodi Warranted as Btprtitnted.
BOBBINS' MUSIC BIZAP,
WXOLX8AUB AND BET AIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold fory CJoae.
Comer lata St. and Oommarolal At
0. O. PATMB CO.
w. ittUaial, !
Ami dealer lu
FLO'TO, WUUjCWAIlf HAY,
ADD CaALKI 1M
LIME, OEMXKT, PLASTER.
''tTad' Oily Havtionri Bk.
T'WlLLaell la car-load lot at lainiifactutere
jirice. idduuf rrrutlit.
John' B.'rtrtMa) V i
And Dealers In
HAY, CORK, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BSAK, etc.
Agt&U for LAFXIH BAXD PCWDKB CO
Oorasr Teatk Btraat and Ohio
7.. D. Mathnss.
MATHUSS 6c UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
84 Ohio Itovoo.
No '0 Ohio Levee,
E. J. Arrca.
3. D. AyTee.
AYRES Sc. CO.,
L D. THOMS,
And dealer In
STAPLE AND FANCY
Foreitrn and Domeatio Fruits and Nut
114 COMXUCIAL AVKHUX.
It. U. CUVNINGIUlf .
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(Successors to Miller ft Tarker,)
Aud Dealers In
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN. HAY,
61 OHIO LCVCX.
tj We have leusctl tbe Large Yellow Wart
house, storage capacity a,(KXi tons, wtiicii art'"
ua ample facilltie lor storhiaT and .hlpplug.
Orer XathoM ft Dhl's.
flnt-CUss Companies repie
8 AFFORD, MOWU8
.73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Xatieul Busk BaUllat, 4UiM.
Tha OldeatXaUblialMd Aetaay te Bntk
rslIUaoU, rsawstifii ot