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.1. W Stewart
ARTER & STEWART.
(Successora to I) A tiff . Oi )
GROCERS
iNIl
Oommission Merchants.
Ho. 113 Comtnorolal Avenue,
CAIllO, ILLS.
Bristol & StilweU,
FAMILY
GROCERS
Keep ovorythitiR pertaining to
Iho lino or Btnplo nnu Fancy Gro
soripB, Woodonwnre, Vcgotublcn,
PruitB, &c, &c. '
Pressed Corned Beef,
White Cherries,
Orange Quinces,
Golden Pumpkin,
California Fruits,
Pitted Cherries,
Pared Dried Peaches,
Michigan Dried Apples
Dooloy's, Royal, Prico's,
Gillott's, Ludlaxu's, and
Preston & Morrill's
TTeast Powders
FLOWERING .BULBS
A Horse for Salo.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
VAitnrrv vrom:.
New-York Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
GoocIh Sold Very CJobo.
Corner 10th St. and Commurclal Av
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
C. 0. PATTER & CO.
1-AI.N'T AMI OIKM.
B. P. PARKER,
Duller lu
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wnll l'opor, Window Glass, Win
aow anuacs, ciu.
Always on hand, tliu celebrated llliiniluatliitf
AUIMMtA Oil,.
Broas' BiiildluCi
Corner Elevonth Street imd Wttshtnir-
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
ar. o. aanxiaxss,
PROPRIETOR.
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
Bulletin Building;, Corner Twolftu Street
and Washington Avenue,
OaUo, XlldLxxolat.
t3Cuuutr Mid Uallroad Work a poluU)
Ill
VOL. 7.
i.kivok iii:am:h.n.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale ami litt.ill Dealers In
Foreign and I)omostio
LIQUORS
AMD
U Ii:S OF AMi KIXWS,
No. 60 Ohio Lovoo,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MKSSIf. SMYTH A CO. Iiavs ""my
a large stocW of Hie brut (foods " nwr
lit, ntnl Kite ci- lll attention loll Wliolemlt
ration oi ine iiusiucjj
huim'i.v i:i-ot.
.(
VALENTINE
RESCH,
Steamboat,
Hotel and Family
SUPPLY DEPOT
AM) DEALKIt It
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
POULTRY,
FiHh, Eggs, Northern Duttor, &c.
Eighth Street,
Dolwucn Washington and Commercial
Avenuca.
t3-(oo.l, iK'IH'iul fu of charge.
iioatmokkn.
SAM WILSON,
I1KALKK l.t
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS, &c.
No. 110
Olxio Xiovoo.
iiotixs.
ST. NICHOLAS
Hotel and Restaurant
Mo. 122
COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Tiro doors uortli of Hi Cairo nn.l incnnm
rallrm'l depot.
WM. WKTZEL. Proprietor.
A
ritLVIV natch Vrpt iiljsht ami day fur
tlnltlQ and SUlllllboHt.
Uir boil u f ur.uinnwl.illoln for tlindciit
gur-ti at 'I mu DolUra irr iLijr.
....
in:.
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
WlioliHiik and Itetall Iludas In
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIRO, ILLS, and COLUMBUS, KY.
CAIRO OFFICE:
At Huteu & Wilson', CornorTwelfth St.
ana uiuo j.avoo.
Wi: will; run nn Ice wbkoii throughout the
Mtinin, ilt-llTcrhiK l'lin Inle lev In any
juirt of lhc city ut I In- lowest nurkit price, and
will uUufiunitli our friends imuMeluo idly with
ic liy tint rake or car IinuI, packed In sawdust
or shipment tu any illsuncc
'The Best Thing in the West."
Atchison, Topski & Santa Fes 1 R.
IN KANSAS.
a, 000,000 jl. a rtins
oftlie bit Kaimlnn ami Agricultural Ijimh In
Anirllca, sltuulni in unu near me urauiuai
( iiIIoiiwoihI ami (.lent Aikaua valleys, tliu
Kurtliiof IL Writ, oil
11 Years' Credit, with 7 per cent. Intor
eat, una :u per cuui. uj.wum
for Iraprovornenta.
r a it i: it ' ' ' ' u
To iuichaaii of IjiihI.
trt-L'lieulari. with man. bItIuz full Infurnut
lion,. wit fn. AiKlrf.. M ,,.vakV
r.. .nn.iin't'i
A.-tlrikT I.i nil CoiuuilttloBsr. Toiiekn, Kan
a. 137 l-7-wni
ZANONE & VALLA,
RESTAUIIANT.
OUT YOUIt
FRESH SHELL OYSTERS
A T
Cornor Twonty-Eighth Stroot and
uomuioroiai avcuuo.
1), Zanone.
, JI. Valla.
Offlso, Dttlletttt. 33xlliL!.cr. C:nur rffwalftl. Cltrt &
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
A PERFIDIOUS COUNT.
lion H Iti-slmirnnt Waller .Hoied
ly Uiiililnfrlon HotMy
In
tWiuliltixlon Capltil )
Joint Wclckir, by tint raoc of Sum.
Wuril, Hilled with supreme (3it.Thi,'ch:ir
netirhtiiyi, fia.ed upon the epicurean
woild" he hud compiertd, nnd yet he win
nothappv. Hit eye hail dwelled with
lll-conceiiled coniplaceney on hM French
cook, I'rench ilNhen, Freiith whiM.
I'rcneh noineuclature on tinted bills of
fare, nnd even rented with benevolence on
the coaMalU of jiuod who had taken
IVem-h leave. Theone thlny iieedlul to
Johna happluc1! was it corps of French
waiter, lie had taken Patrick. Tcr
rcneo, Hliainii", und Harney nnd extend
ed intieh money lu Hutetn lor'n hair-dye,
to be lined for lh tranf'iii". 'on of their
ftiiburn locks Into limn i .N, and had
devoted much time to the jb tltutlon of
mere for "be .f.isui" lu the ornamental
parts of their con verbal Ion, but It was of
no avail, and .lobu tore liU batrand went
us only u defeated and ch.it,'rined artist
w ill tear his back hair and weep.
The iicw of the Frunco-Ocminn war
fell upon this eminent caterer's otherwifc
benevolent heart like gentle dew from
heaven. Ills prophetic cyej;IItciied o'er
the Inevitable re.-'iills of the contest, and
he dreamt of a long line of exiled Al-a-tiau
counts knocking at Ills front d&orfor
employment. They did conic, and John
onjriijfi'tl ti batch without asking for nv
comuicuduliouj from their IhU employ
ers. One was a ay yoiin unu. with a pre
dilection for ubMuthc and the w x. He
looked ii If be uilht hae lecn exportnl
by u ru-peclable family to preserve the es
cutcheon fiom ilb;niectiil talu"; in
thort. he looked as the general run of the
attaches to Kiiropciin legations lu Amer
ica do look. And he had In truth
been connected for a thort time
with the culinary bureau of the, French
MluNter.
As the Mory oe, this youni' fellow,
haiii left the iiilni.t of his dally otllco
In Welcker's kitchen, arrayed himelf lu
the inoit nyardle-s Mylc and adorned the
liippcl of his iirofch.-Ioiml coat with
a liiuich of violet, and then prc-H-ntcd
hlniH'lf at the rooms of a
certain profo'lonal geiitlemau one even
ing lal week, when there weru in full
blast u mutienU and French wtterm
ziune. The mo-t re-iectable iieopl arc the
mott ullele, and It Is not to be won
dered ut that when our hero Introduced
hlm-elf to the master of ceremonleb as
Mon. Kdgur de ilelllian. lately attached
to the French legation, that the master
aforesaid, beintf uu llllMUiiectin"; old gen
tleiuau, tlioulil have not only metaphoric
ally Liken him to bis own boom. but pru
iented lilm to tlie bnoma of several
guests, who lteing American-, K-elng the
tighU at the capital, hae the American
weaknesilor loreiKU adveiitua-rs verj'
strong.
The next seen of M. Edgar de M. was
that he was promenading with the lovely,
arintocratieand Jeweled band of.MUs C.
rctlng on hlsarm, Just where be Is wont,
when on unty, to carry iii?uowviiaputu.
Edgar looki-d contented, ill's . looked
proud, and all the other girN envious.
)ty tliU time it )i;.il gotten itimoivd
tioiinu Hint lie was a couui, anil ineie
was liuiueuiat 'iv a comet i tor r.ugar.
llofrll to the lot of JIN- V. ilavhi!'
made b'-r Miprcmely hajiny bv his gi-a-cioii-tics-i,
ho ninlled on SiUi '.. Hut the
lour uiine when htlgar mu-t go. .ll-vs
'.. Yand .. pleaded with lilm In vain.
Where wbviniiit von go, dear count ': '
thevsald. "I have tut engagement at
Weicker r, ho replied.
' I Mi-n land e can noli r
1 lial Urkolm Uu' uway.
1 lu ar a oic ) v can not lie.u
llids mi' no lousvr utav."
It U almost useless to add that the voice
ml hand referred to wcretbedistliigui-li-d
catercr, for Edgar was on duty at ten
o cloeu.
About ball-pa? t eleven that night .Misses
X.. V. nml Z..and their rcaiiective fathers.
dropped In Weleki'i 's IbrMlplier. They
hud just begun their midnight rep.iit
when .Miss S. exclaimed, ""lis Edgar''
imi'ii m ln!irt roiiiltntr Ki'mitn. nml iiiilntiHl
fier fork, upon which was &upeiided a
broiled oviter, at a man graeelully reclin
ing against a diflant door-lam. with a
crumo-brii.-h in his hand anil a plated sli
ver waiter In the other. .Mr. a., think
ing his daughter was choking, proeucded
vigorously to thump her back until they
both got red In the face, and she prayed
for mercy. .Mis eyes tollowcd the
direction of .Miss X.'s fork, and she
shrieked, " 'Tis de -Mcilhan !" and fainted,
with her back lialr resting In her lather's
tewed oysters.
.Mls who is some, lorty sunnners,
wlil.peied: "Tisthe count, the perlldi
ous count, l'ana, Uike mu home to
mamma." and fell Into her father's arms,
Count Edgar de Mellhau, like, Nero lld-
dllug o'er tliu ruins of Koine, w histled
"11 Jtacio, iiccoiiipauyin; hliiisell on the
silver waiter with the ci unib-bnisb, and
placldlv gaed upon the tl it victims
of bis charms of person audr uiversatlon.
The three gentlemen, respectable, and
inu5eulur pork merchants troiu (iucln
uatl, sIiniiltaueou.ly recognized "tho
count" ami tho situation. "Our army
sworu terribly hi Flanders, but It was
nothing; to till"." said Uncle Toby, for as
each father held in his amis the limp llg-
uru of a dUorganled and mortlllei
daughter, they could do nothing else but
swear; und uxlhev began Jn clioru-, "You
d d lVoL'-eatlng Frenclunan." the count.
in respoiiM! to tho call of the head waiter,
said: 'Coming, sir; coming, sir," and,
bowing to the UNconilltted group. "Adieu,
adieu," lie cried, disappeared iu tho
kitchen to touit some cheese, as the us-
xMaut cool; bail gone over to a fashion
able inasijiieradu iu Georgetown lu tho
character of Uayard, ncm ntur et nans
rtprocht.
.
To Mulio (Sood (,'oll'ec.
The making of good collec Is a rare
thing In this country. .Most hnusekeep
its boll It. thus making a decoction In
stead of an dilution, This eiiectuaiiy
irets rid of the delicate, aromatic llavor.
and leaves an almost tasteless beverage,
A lady writing III uio lieinianiowu ret
tgmvh gives the following particular?,
which nru worthy of attention :
Xever buy your cojleo ground, hut
grind It your-clf, Immediately before nsc
inglt; Keep your collec-pot, whaUsver
Kind you may ue, wiped clean and thy
lnsldo; iidamp tea or eotlee-pot acquires
it ninety llavor that spoils tho best tea or
coll'ee. The cheapest and pci haps the best
cotl'ee-pots are Ihoe made on tho French
plan, called cafutleres. If you have not
ono of those adopt tho 1'olloivlug plan :
I'ut your iVeshly ground collec into the
coll'ee-pot, previously madu warm, and
pour upon It water actually boiling ; set
the pot by the side of the lire for u lew
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1.1, 1875.
stcoiiils but ilo not let It boll up, tlicn
pour ii cupfiil out and icliirn It back
ii'aln to tin pot lu oilier to cltAr It; bav-
Uitf done lliu, let it stand on tuc hod or
center to ciiie,uuii in luiiiaii uvc iiiiuiiii'M
it i
ran-pai-cnt, Mron-r, nromnllc cup ol
c inay be pouml out. Tbo proj.or-
colli
tlnttj if n.illj... iflilol. al.r.lllll tint ItO ffill
llnclv LMoiindl recommended, arc an I
ounce to a pint or pint and n half of
water.
T in m He iiM'd witli rotlec should al
ways bo boiled nnd used as hot us liossi-
blc; tho boiling ol milk Imparts a jk-cu-liar
and cxceeillnglv pleasant llavor to
the collec. White sugar Is recommended,
as the inolasses-liko llavor oi moi.i
Migar ipdte overpowcru tho uclicalc
aroma.
The I'reHldonl'H Mrnife.
Wamhi.notov. I'eb. 8. The following
Is the President's mesage on Aukansas
uduirs :
To IhcSrutteof the t.'nltut Slates-
llerrwith I linve the honor to scud. In
accordance with the resolution of the Sen
ate of tho third Instant, all the Informa
tion In my possession, not heretofore pre
sented, relative to allalrs In the .State of
Arkania. I will venture to express tho
opinion that nil the testimony bows that
lu the election oflt72 Joseph Urookswas
lawfully elected Governor of the State,
that he has been unlawfully deprited of
the iiosenl-iou of his otllec slnccthuttime,
and that In 1ST I the constitution of the
.State was, by iolciicc. Intimidation, mid
revolutionary proceedings oveiiurowii,
and a new constitution adopt
ed, nnd a new .State gov.
eminent established. These proceedings,
if permitted to stand, practically Ignore all
the rights of the minorities In all the
Stale. Also what Is there to prevent
i iioh of the Slates recently re-admitted to
Federal relations on certain conditions,
from changing their constitutions and
violation' their pledges, f this action In
Vrk.msasNiicuu cscedlur I respectfully
submit whether it precedent so dangerous
to the stability of the State government,
If not to the national government al-o.
should bo reeogubed by Coiigres I
earnestly a-k that Congre-s wllitakcdo-
liuaic action in ine mailer, io relieve i lie
Executive Ironi acting upon questions
which should Iw decided by the legisla
tive branch of the govci nmnut,
U.S. GitAvr.
Exixcuvt: Mansion, I'eb. J, 1S75.
(Jurllinldl at Home.
Garibaldi, dtiring.lils vUlt to Home, Is
residing In a one-'tory bouse outside of
Porta Pia. The ground lloor Is a species
of wine shop; overhead are the two mod
est rooms, simply furnished for "the hero
oftwo worlds." Thr old hero hitruetcd
111 j son to rent jut such a small tootliold,
and uuderno clrciiuitaucc to accept any
of the luxurious oilers of accommoda
tions showered upon lilm as soon as his
vl-It to the capital wa mooted. He de
sired especially to reside near the city
gate bv which the troops captured Home,
and which was battered down by tin-cannon
of five Italy.
First Lovely Hclng (to clever pianist,
after performance): "O, how charming,
llerr I.u Heinol-kl '. There's such color
In vour Fortls-lmoc '." Second Lovely
Hetng : "Such romidncrs ot" modeling
In vour PianUsliiioes'.'." Third Lovely
Hclng: 'Sueli perspective In your Cres
cendoes'.::' l oiinn j.ovciy iiemg
Koeli elilarnseuro in vour Dimlliueli'
d(M- ! ! ! !" Firth Lovely Hclng : ".Such
ntintnmv In vour Legtitocs ! ! ! ! !"' etc..
etc., etc. I 'lever jiiauM bewildered,
but not dl-plea-ed. i'unth.
1uIsimoiI lo Uettlli
A lie lllliy lit er secretes earh day atout
uo urul u frill p' mi l. of bile, wlilcli con-
talus a k'li'it uiiioiii t of waste uutcrlal
taken Irom the MooJ, hen tlie liver be-
coiiii) torpid orem.'estcd, it nil- to cllim
uato UiU vat a'liount ol iioxinussub-tmu i',
wiileb. tlierefuri.'. rcma'iis to imlson tbe
U'jod and becontoyed to every patt of the
STptein. What must uu the condition ut tbc
lilui'd wlit n It Is I'lccttlui and retalnln;
each day two and a half pounds of pols.iu;
Xature trb s to work oil nils poison tltrouglj
dher clnmicls and organs die Kiuues,
ling', skin. etc. : but these urgaus become
otertixvil In pcrlormlug this labor, i t ad-
1 lluu t ) t icir oaturjii iviiclious. aim c;m-
cot loiij willi-tiiid llio treasure, but be
come variou-ly ditcu-cd.
The br:ita, whleh Is tlie groat electrical
centre ot all itallty, is unduly tlmuuted
by tlie unhealthy buud which pis s to it
Irom the lieurl. nml it falls to nrforni l's
oltlcelKMltlitullv. Ucncutho symptom of
blh; ol -oiiliii-, whli'U are diillm, head-
iclio iiuaiucii y io kcc i ine mum nu any mu-
Jcct, I mpalrmentol" memory. dU.y, sleepy.
orncnout iceiiiig. kiooiuv ioroo jiii .-s uuu
trritabllltv .1 temper, tho blood lt'elf
being dicacd, as It forms iho sweat upon
the surface ol I tie sk'n, is so irritating and
roboi otnthat it produces discolored brown
pots,iimpU's,blotclics and other criltitioui,
toMf, boll', earbiliRics and scrofulous tu
mors. Tho stoinaehe, bowel', nnd other
organs spoken of, cannot escapo becoming
tlllCCllMl SOUIILT I'l lillCJ, UIIll UJ-lll 1-I11-T-,
piles, Jropsy. dypepU. ulnluea, fenulo
woikncsi, and linuy other forms of eliruidc
disease, aro anumg tliu nect-siary romlts.
A artiuody for all tle-so maiulctatlons
ot disease, nr. ncrco s uo.urin jieuie i.
Di'Civerv wlih mill dally docs oi ins
l'lesant l'ureatlvc I'ellets are positively
uiicqua'cil. Hythem the liver and stomach
aro cliangud to an active ami liecltby state,
mo npretito icgmai u aim restore 1. u
blond and fperotlons llioroughly purliled
und eiiriulied. und the w hole system reno
vated und built up anuw. Bold by all lirst
cbai druggists and dealers In medkiue.
'J-7-lw
iii:ai. r.sTATi: a(ji:.v i'.
C. WnISTON & CO.,
Real Estate Agents
AND
AUCTIONEERS,
7-a ozxxo xiacrEsaa,
;(tjfcond l'toor.)
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
"ptlV and sell rod Mtate, pay taxw,
furulih
iiu4iracM or tine.
ICJ-I-aiiil CommUloucri.
JOHN Q,. HARMAN &
Real Estate
rift
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NO. 45.
COnMINHMIM Mi:it('IIA.TN.
C. CLOSE,
Grncral
Commission Merchant
AMI tlCALklt IX
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
HAIR, &0.,
Under City National Batik.
T .W,"'f' ,f.".,,n c?r-!"'l lots at tuanuracturers
X prlcus, adding Krtlglil.
WOOD
RITTENHOUSE
AND BRO.
FLOUR AND GENERAL
Commission Merchants
No. 138,
OHIO LEVEE.
JOHN B. PHILLIS
AND SON,
(Successors to John It l'lillll,)
FORWARDING
AN1
Commission Merchants
And Dealers In
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR.
MEAL, BEAK, etc.
Agents for LA KLIN & RAND POWDER CO
Corner Tenth Stroot nuil Ohio
Lovoo.
'. 1) .M:i!liii',
MATHUSS
n. o cm.
& UHL,
FOR WARDING
A lid lifiii ral
Commission Merchants
Ih-alirs lu
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
PRODUCE,
C-OL Oliio Xiovoo.
U. J. Ayres.
S I). AiTll
AYRES & CO.,
FLOUIl
And general
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
wiioi.usai.i: t.ittu i:its.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
-And
Commission Merchants
AOENT3 AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio liOvoo.
II A 1 bonis.
I. I). Thomi.
THOMS & BROTHER,
(Mticccssun tu II M lluleii,)
Commission Merchants
33IXOIE3EIXSI
Anddnilcri In
STAPLE AND TANCY
GROCERIES,
ForelRU and Domaatlo Frulta and Nuts
181 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Dealer Ul
BOAT STORES,
Commission Merchant,
No. 10 OHIO LEVEE.
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CAIRO. II.I.I.VOISj.
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lit liUII.
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ron 1875 0F
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Avcuuos.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
AMI
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EIGHTH STREET,
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HOWIE BROTHERS,
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