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W. L BRISTOL,
Eoepfl everything portaining to
Iho lino of Stnplo aud Fancy Gro
sorios, Woodonwaro, Vcgotublcn,
Fruit o, SiQ., Sic,
Try My New Style Mixed
Difl'crent Combination From any
Doforo Oflcrcd in tho Markot,
and of Excellent Flavor.
Choice Selection of
and FLOWER POTS.
A URIE M CRATE Win,
- . - -
Sweet asrt Rich
Central Hop Yeast
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
OUT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for nhipmont,
aromptlv attonded to.
tSfTo largo consumers and all
Tianufacturors, wo aro prepared
to supply any quantity, by tho
aiontn or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITV COAL COMPANY.
rrfltjllMiy Ilro 'i oi'lie, No TO Ohio Lever.
rS'llalllday Hm ' wlnillio.it
fi-.W Ktcytitu'i .Miir , ur
K"At the Lo:il Ultluji,
r A ol 'IWity-LiKht
O-l'urt Cilice Hinwer, J'j.
Butter, Eggs, Fish, Poultry,
Game and all kinds of frosh
Fruit and Vegetables.
Eighth Street Carro, III
tfOnleri fur StnnlKut jiruliil'tly tilled at
my hour, ilay or nlsht. 7-ia-tf
Sr-nighoHt Cash Prlco puid for
Hoga and Cattlo.
A Book for the People.
l, A Iryltlni.to liir'llcil uui i f :'J,
llla.l . ILUll VllKr.,ll.U..l.lill.nl.L 1
M.tRHIAHK. )iiioraUiuirlrtl.noii.t.it. .tMI,
i;nr i, tho Mj Urlc of lleproductlon, Ho. A ,urur I
MiUaiitty uit iiirnriouiiliKu.i.etlhr tr nary undoes-i-r.iT.Or.
. l.nfliotti.L'Kt.. Iiii'luitinj nil lurtii.ul' Y'rl-
v.l., Vna.c4lKtitl Chroulo Dlicn.ciol fccitli; nu,i!i(
iRru ol Ktaly Abu.cs uti I lie .vxuuli) in in una llir ihiu
Ktr. vt tvKi biluru .ml .n,r utarrl.uv. tmatnu ! irr
nittui Uertv bur Imi)Otouoy-a (rivBto tounw-hor t
tho id fimtruiiilutliiit iiiarrUuv
QiiAik 'hcrtt.mtiitl tut l
uim otiiw iMtuiiir b
irlflUK nuuitruuc ir'
PSioni (of ulf tUc bj Ul'ih,
c. Mi.cr cuilti. il.iv. LKiuud In ilrl'i. kl.vt. A Trim.
iiliIHoulLIiutP)teltrrthi.iiiui UtiAvmatarrhoii. irlv.
lu. nu''mi vi in-iar, itnu, win ,u m autl nrrir p
MH,f I Htwf. AIM . .ui.U Me4l04i TrMtks vuUk
Wholfja?? rM l:t.ill nV.l
Foreign and Domentio
U IM S OF Alii. KIN JIM,
No. 00 Ohio Levee,
MKSMlf . -MYTH A CO. Line iiimtiLtljr
a large stock nl" the tut K'xxl l inar
ket, nnJRlci-II attention tollw lilalt
ranch of the bulm-,
Tho Undersigned Having Given
At prices that will Compare
orably with any Dealer. Ho
will now Dcvoto his 11 ten
tion Entirely to his
Ooruor "TO Ik Tit la. Btroot,,
WH, Yir.T7.ZL, rror!!tor.
A THIRTY Vrr!
trains anil nt.-iTulos't
Th Ut of sec?nstnod&t ir,i
Kticfti at two Doll-.rj ;r &r.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOEKTS AMKRICAK POWDER CO.
5? Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
SPECIAL nttcntion glvm toconslirnnuiiti" and
I'AINT AMI OII.N.
B. F. PARKER,
r?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wull Paper, Window GIbbs, Win
dow Shades, &o,
Always on toad, the celebrated IllmulnutlDif
Comer Eleventh Street aud Washing
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
BINDER ANI BLANK BOOK
lulletln Building, Corner Twelfth Street
and Washington Avenue,
rjCovuiy Mil Ballroal Wort a ejlaUy
C'.fMKK, MW'Kl T, UOOtl-llY.
O ild nd red nnd iurple leave,,
Mutter down the wind
' Willi lli tnow nf thHtledciivn
All the lni rre lined.
CI irmvl keenly blue- the k
Hurrying LlrdreUylng hlah,
HttimuK. '.Mimmer, fcett, liuod-by!
, HUttrii an-nodding In the un,
At It t"A nlmiK- .
In gy, r.muiticiuut,
huiuinrr'n fiilry tliruiitf,
Where tUs r'ilnif willow nwliigi.
Where the ueit, ilistrte-J, clings,
Mteu to the hnmk tlml liir.
Siimtuer, ent. Kood li) I
Wiio-llHrnl whlT ud farwell
h'jiitrrrli liltk. and spring
1'aUi-r, intiler, rulutlieuul.
Kur their tiarte.tliiK- ,
Flock of merry Idnl (to by.
'Nemththe heart' uneloudeil iky,
ilow-rnl. truitml, while wcrlitli,
"Summer wett, Roort'b) t
''tbc rr4lmBH Hank.
a . IMitutul AMU!;!
If "liotM! (kdcrroi! rUiukiAh the litart
.'IcW," tliu colored jxtiplc who wens
tlml.wl by tlic Fatsliiiaii'! bank arc
tlwU very .-ick. Tltcy have Ikuii liroiu
iH'il froiit niontli lo nioiitli lur tliu
pant two venrs a per cent, on tho
money that wan. to!cn from tlain, hut
till has been n vlmonary in the promise
of "a iiiulu ami lorty ncrei'." In refer
eiiei! ro tin liiuiilty liom the KreeiliiH n's
avhi4 bank In Itlcmoml, Vlrj;iiila, one
ot the W'aslihigton Coiniui'sloneri
"When we .-hall have pot In tlie treas
ury of the L'uitHl Stales llieftiin lequlred
for the payment or twenty per cent, pro
raia.ay "about sk hundred thousand
do lars we will declare a dividend, anJ
advl-e depo-itor nccordiiii'ly through
the ptiblle and by ucll oilier mciiiia
as may mppet tlivuiaelves to us at the
pioper time. When ao declared we shall
pay the dividend to depositor, other
than tho-uatthu Wanhliiptou hraiieh. by
our eheck on the aUuiit trt'inrvr of
the (.'lilted States In New iork.dr.iwnio
the order of the depositor re-iiectlvely.
pt them; ehfcks, depositors will have
only to.-eniJ us their na" books by mull,
r through any bank or banker. I'pon re
eelMiip ilie book we liall enter the pay-
mint thereon, ml return tiiem. w itu me
printer check eiiclo-cd, to the depositor
in micii li maimer us each one may di
rect. These check pny ileposltor ought,
mid no doubt will be able, to get ca'ln d
at am bank In voitr citv without eo-l.
and no other trouble than that attending
the neeciarv ldeiitltlcaliou. Just how
Mon we shall be able to dickire a divi
dend we cannot cay. 01" the mx hniidri d
thiiifand dollars required, we have now
in hand some live hundred and lllteen
thouaml dollar. If you will be at the
trouble to explain to depo-itors the plan
above Indicated, autl will add tiiereto tuai
the comniN-IoneisadvI'-e them to hold
on to their hook until a dividend shall
be ready, and then to send them direct.
or through notne reliable bank, you will
have done tln-m such service ns h at pres
ent poi-J ile."
The u or colored depositor have been
deluded by jut such iironilsi-s ns the
above for two vcars. There li no cer
tainty about their getting any part of the
money stolen from them by the robbers
they trusted and are still willing lo trust
In tutnrc election. We agreu with the
Savannah .V'r that the feature, ot the
Commissioner announcement that will
not fail to attract theattcution and excite
the suspicion j of the swindled depositors,
i? the requirement that they shall send
their pa-'-books to Washington in order
to get their moiety dhidciid. This
method ot doing biKlnc:;'' Is
both pxpcii'ivo and rLky. To send the
boolo throiign me poj;-omco wm cost
postage, while thev are liable to miscarry
In the mall. HeId3, what guarantee
have tho depositors that their pass
bookstheir only evidence of the amount
deposited by them in the bank will lie
returned to them 'r The bank has already
defrauded them out of millions of their
hard carnliig-. The question will readily
suggc-t Itself to unsophlnleated mind',
will not the bank that na stolen the poor
nepro's nionev also "deal hi? na-hooU,
and thus deprive him of the only evidence
of the hank s initeoteiue :
A Joker nud i Mimic.
Charles Mathews, not the actor now
Hvlnir. hut his father, was an inveterate
Inker, lie made evervhodv latl'Ml. yet.
it Is said, rarely laughed hlm.-elf. Ile
was a trreat mimic, thoretore. the fun was
produced hv pantomimu as well as by
iinvneiiri-. Ca erid'Tj rebukeil some one
for eallinif him a mimic. "He Is." said
hp. "acnmle. noet. acting his own po
ems." Mathews was very vain of ni-
nlause. One u hiht he was playing, ami
nlilioiiL'h the house was convulsed with
laughter, Mathews was depressed. His
friends could not under.-tand It. At lal
he acknowledged thu cailMi ot his all
novanee. "There was." ho said, "'a
bald-headed man In the pit who renin
stolid, and sometimes went to sleep.
lli must he drunk.'' said they. "No,
he ain't." replied Mathtnv-. "I've
wnt bed him: I've tried to
l.iv that ilatterln' unction to my soul
but It won't do l'vu watched the fellow
When hu opens Ills eyes he lo
ns a judge, ami men noueiine
iIipim. ns If lie dUllU-ed the. ve
me. All tli iipplaiioof tho house weigh
not n leather with me while that pump'
remains dead to inv ellorU to iiroiisc
hlni." In the next act lie hail to slug u
soul' : he ?nnir a him. sauir i- him. never
took his eyes oil' him. At last the man
became flattered by the peixnial nollee,
listened, then laughed, uud at- lat heart
ilv. Thu actor's t.plnts then om, lor he
lelt that he bad converted a solid coun
try bumpkin Into an appreciative lUteiier,
and ho went home after the perlorntatieu
Julian Charles Young tells the follow
ing rtory illustrating Mathcw' extreme
Mathews war staying at a country inn,
and entering the coffee-room ho found a
gentleman earnestly engaged upon a
round of boiled beet. Mathews sat him
self down by thu lite and took una nuws
paper to whllo away the time while wait- i
lug for a friend. Occasionally ho glanced ;
from tho paper to the beef, and trmn the ;
beef to the mat). He began to lldgel aud '
turned thu paper upside down. At last
lie nddressed the man with a Mulling
face, but with Indignation In his tones. '
"I beg your pardon, Mr, but I don't think
vou are aware that you have no muturd." i
The man looked nt him, uvldeiitly re
senting his Interference, nud coldly I
boweif. l'resenlly Matthews looked '
again : still no miutiml. liaising his .
voice, lie exclaimed, "Are you a ware
sir that you have been- eating 1
boiled-beef without mustard V
Agalu u stlfl bow was the nrply. At '
lust ho seized the mustard pot, bmged H
oil the table, and iboutcd, '-Confound it,
Blr, you thnll taVn inti&tnrd '." Tbeu
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1875.
ilapplng ills hat on hl head, ordered the
waiter lo show him into a private room,
vowing that ho had never before been
under a roof w ith such a revolting sav
age. A llnnilreii vnn AtC"
One hundred and ten years ago there
Was not a single white man In what h
now Kentucky, Ohio, ludiuuanr IlhuoN.
Then what U now the inoU flourishing
lartof the united Miau-s was n iiuie .
iiiown as the country In Hie heart of
vivie.ilf.idf. It win not till 1770 Hint I
Itomw li ft Ids home in Xorth Carolina to
become the tlrstettlerlu Kentucky. And
the first pionccA of Ohio did not settle
till twenty years later still. A hundred i
yjarsago Canada belonged to Trance,
and viililllgtou was ;i ni'xici. irgmri
part ot the Hniisn r.iupue. ami searreiy i
a speck on the political horizon Indicated
the struggle that In u few years was to
lay the foundation for the
greatest Kepublic nf Ilie world.
A hundred years ago there were hut lour
small patters In America; steam engluei
had noi iiecn Imagined, and locomotives,
and steamboats, and rallroid, and tele
graph", and postal-cards, friction
matehe', hji mission caps and brcccli
loadiiiir "um. and stoves, and lnniiiiiee.
and gas lor dwellings aud India-rubber
shoes Si;iildlti"'s L'lue. and sewing m.i- I
elihies, and anthracite coal, and photo
graphs, and ilirouio-priiitlng, and kc ro
.enc oil, and tin; safety lamp, and the
compound blow-pipe, and flee schools,
and spring iuattrv.e, and lever watehe,
and gieenhaeks aud cotton and woolen
factories, In anything like the present
meaning of these terms, were utterly un
known. A hundred year ago the spinning
wheel was In almost eery luuilly. and
clothing was spun and woven and made
up hi the hoU'fhiild ; aud the printing
ire.. wai a cumbrous machine worked
by hand : and a nail, a brick, a kmle, or
a pair K'iMor or shears or u razor, or a
woven pair of .-lockings or an ax, or a
line, or a hovl. or .a lock, or a key, or a
tilate of gla of any s-1.o. was not made
In wlmt i now the L'nlted States Kven
in 7W there wi re only seveiity-tlvc po-t-olllccs
in the ciiuutry ; and the whole ex
tent of our puit-ol'lled routes wa les
thuu nlmdeeu hundred mile;. Cheap
po'tnge was unheard of. and had anyone
sugge-ted the tran-liiN-ion of inesiage."
with llu'litniug speed, he would have
been regarded utterly insane.
Tim mlcroH'0ie on one hand, and the
telegraph on the other, were in their In
fancy as lnlrumeut. of science, nud geo
logy aud chenii-try were nlmo-l un
known. In a word. 'It it true that lo the
century pat have beei nllolted more Im
provements in their hearing upon the
comlortsnud happlue of mankind, than
to any other which has elap-ed since the
creation of the world.
Musical anil Dramatic 'otc.
ltos-1. Salvlnl and Klsloil In "Mac
beth" will he thu great theatrical sensa
tion of the London season.
"Kahagas" 1 being performed at the
Gennanla theatre. hut the Uerman adapter
has fsin-fnlli ent nut nil the iiolnN that
lent It any Interest.
There seems nt Inst trrouiul lo lmni!
that the days when managers could steal
the playwright's work have pav-ed away,
never, wo nope, to return.
-Auirustln Ii.dv. aei. nf ihn fifth
Avenue Theatre, was niinmoned yester
day lielore .Ju-tlcc Qulun, on an aAidavit
issucii uy ine execiuors ot tin- i;u(. lvti-r
CilKey, owner of the theatre, In which It
is alleged tnai .Mr. uaiy is in arrears for
rent to the amount ol Slll.SJOO. TIkmiIU
davit states that Mr. Daly continue1- In
possession of the theatre contrary to the
wishes ami without mc consent ot the.
landlord-, and reuulres him to remove
from tho premise or show cause beforo
the court lor not tloiug -n. i lie attor
neys of Mr. Daly filed an affidavit hi re-
Don'o. after which the nroceedhiL" wen
adjourned until S'ntemher :'.0. tiie land'
ioi us reserviiic tliu r 'ht to move f.ir
judgment on the said nllldavlr, and the
tenant neinauHinga jury.
eajr During the epidemic of intermit
tents in the Wer-uhl cason. the whole
liniuento stock of Aers Ague rure bc
eaino e.Nliauted, and the producing power
of his Laboratory wa found Inadequate
to meet the demand. Many who knew
Its extraordinary virtues for tins cure of
Chill- and Fever, paid exorbitant prices
for it. ThN Ague Cure Is aid. by tho-o
who itu It. to never fail. Header. If vou
must have medical aid. take the he it of
medicine. I'oor lemedles are dear, as
good are cheap, at any piiee vou have to
pay for them. Charleston Courier.
The Boit 1 always tho Choapent ?
4 J Etc'
Tha illdlng top la without aeamo or
hlngos, and cannot get out of order.
Tha measuring Pump l the easleot,
fastest, and ONLY PATINT PUMP used
In a galvanised Iron tank. Price reduced.
Send for Catalogue.
WILSON & EVENDEN,
Vi'ioliii ill Miauk'i'.rm, IT A O Wl Lilt ii.. .'. k
For Sale at Mauufaotnrera' jirlcos by
X0RT1I HIDE OF EIGHTH HTttEE'i
Between Wslnuton and Oomuercta)
i PROMINENT ADVANTAGES
THE NEW LOW RESERVOIR "STANDARD"
i i -
Great Durability with Handsome
O ATICC AOTlnM
Made only by
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp'y
012, 014, 01Q and 018 N. MAIN BTREET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
AND SOLD EXCLUSIVELY By
C. W. HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois.
NOW IS THE TIME!
Presents For All!
A New Method of Milking n
"Revolution in the Dry Goods Trade !"
M uniioiincp to thr' raldlr of r.ilm ntnl Vicinity tlmt we line iioli rrtiirnnl to t-alro raid
iijnrd at cur ol.l j-tr-ntl
ITo. 142 A 144 Commercial Ave.
A full, Ciimnktu huJ Well sdi-c!ct St.if!c of
DEY GOODS & CL0THIH(J,
Ijdlts' and (.iviitltniiii'a Kurulhlui: t-'ocwls, vtx we will and ar now iu'prtrd to oKr
THE BEST INDUCEMENTS EVER GIVEN BEFORE.
W'v brnfnu In irivi- In our Drv GochIh Store to rarli and every rintuiner DUii'h.i.lnr In the nin'ouut
of .-uiiii HullaM ($i),'li n Yard, of Calirn
lu'i-itolorv jilui-vtl lnu, iisurlnif tin- lmlilic that our In-t tanrti will tcii-el tn incilt the 'sine
Wo solicit a call from ono and all.
Head-Quarters for Groceries!
IMMENSE STOPK ! (timj UmETY! LOW TRICES
Provisions, Seeds, and other Produce.
Wm. Glenn A Sons,
TO, ami 72 Vine
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
ILLIAEI n. SMITH, SI. D.
ItKStnr.N'CK: N ). 21 Hilr(rntb itirct, lc
twi-en VVnfhlnKton acnuentiil Walnut slrwl,
OFFICK: North tMo of EIkIiIIi lrt be
turivn Ciiiniiurcinl ami IVjuhlnetunmi-iiue.
W. DUNNINO, M. D.
UKSIDKNOK .jrinr Slntli ana Wulaut
orrtCK: Culiier rtlMh Ktnct nul OliloUvi.
oKr'ICK iloUKS! Fmiiitiu.ni. Uin .untl
iVom to I'. in.
Attorney at I.uw.
OFriCK: At rojiilrmv nu Mnlli Stmt, be
I with Wnthhnstnn nvenue unit Wuhiul M.
JAMUEL P. WHKELER,
Attorney at I.iuv.
ori'lCK: Olihi Iivpc, ovrr room turiucrl)
iKCuii'.ttl by Flrit Nallouul litiuk,
Q.REEN & QILBURT,
Attorneys mid Counselors
Ohio Iie, rouiua 7
City National UiUk,
(CKSlwial ulti'iitlou glcu to Admiralty nud
BOX and BASKET CO
All kluds Urd uml tofl.)
FLOOXINO, SISmO, LATH, Ico
Mill m Yard,
Corner TbirtyTourtb Street and
' - unto jve.
AUK ECONOMV IN HUCK,
KIM'ElllOlt CONSTItra'IOS, ,
QUICK AND UNIFORM
Rnainnc 9nri niuinn pphpcp.t
""- a .
oiimliii will be luilocrvn tliu liiture conlldcnce
HEILBRON 8c WEIL,
142 & 144 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
Street, I IN ATI.
I1KAI. KSTATi: .KJl'.NT.
JOHN a. HARMAN &
30NVEYANCK8. NOTABIES PUHLIC
Lnd Atonts of the Illinois Ceutrnl and
Burllnirton and ttutney R. R.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Levoe,
I. O. LY.NC1I.
SI. J. UOU.V,
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
Collectors and Convoyancors.
OFFICB-At llio Court Uoueu.
VAKItri y ntoki:,
WUOLliBALE AND HUTAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Qoodfl Sold Very Close
Corner 10th St. ud Comuierviai Av
0. 0. PATTER 4c CO.
PLOUB, MEAloaAlH HAT,
Afb ttt.r.n i:i
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
II AIR, &c,
Under City Wntloaul Vmnk.
WII.T. f- In cardreid htj at niincfactureri
nci'-i, 6(KiinK i reiM.
JOHN B. PHIIXIS
' AMD SON,
(PnrcM'on to .lolm It. Phlllls)
Arrt UealtM In
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAX, BRAN, etc.
AgMtifar IAFIIN 4BAND rfiWDEX CO
ICorser Tenth Street Mid Oklo
?.. t MathitH.
MATHUSS to UHL,
O-J, 01a.lo Xiovoo.
No in Oli in l,ntt,
E. J. Ayrr.
S. D. Ayrts
AYRES to CO.,
A cil Etasnl
L D. THOMS,
Anil ilalcr In
STAPLE AND FANCY
Forclirn and Domestic Fruits and Nuts
191 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
It II. Il-NWINGIUS!.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(Succcisois toillllfr Jt I'atUr,)
Ami I)i:ilc In
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN. HAY,
CJ'Wclian lwsol llm Larco Yellow t"ute
linu-e, Morujie iMuiclty a.ivi lona, which gives
u nmnlc f.icllltU- liir storing and shlmiiiiK
O. N. HUGHES,
oxxxo x us "via as,
Orer Jfstbuii VU'i.
t'liat-Cbst Coiurunlcj rcprt
S AFFORD, MOBBIS
13 OHIO LEVEE,
City KatioaU ak loildisr, op-iUiri.
Tbo 01dstblio4 Af ency tu ttoutb
era XlU&oln, reprAtlatr ovnr
165 000 000.