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C D Artir. J, W Stewart
AUTER & STEWART.
(Successors lo D. Arler & Co )
No. lit! Commercial Avenue,
Bristol & Stilwell,
Keep overything pertaining to
tho lino of Btaplo ana Fancy Ora
torios, Woodonwarc, Vogotablos,
Fruits, 8to., Sic.
Pressed Corned Beef,
Pared Dried Peaches,
Michigan Dried Apples
Dooley's, Royal, Price's,
Gillott's, Lndlam's, and
Preston Sc. Merrill's
A Horse for Sale.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Vory Close.
Corner 10th St. and Commercial At
C. 0. PATTER & CO.
l'AINT AND OIIJ.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Fapor, Window GlasB, Win
aow onaaus, oio.
Always on hand, the celebrated Illuminating
Corner Eleventh Street and Waehlnir
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
T. O. XXTTXJXjS,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Building;, Corner Twelfth Street
aad Washington Avenue,
Kf County iwtl lUllrotd Vork specially.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers la
Foroign and Domestic
WIXE OF ALT KINDS,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
rKSSIlT. MtYTIt CO have
1VI Urre itix-k ut the bt iroods in (In-mar
ket, and (he eaiircial attention tod''-' ttholtwde
ranch of lli business
Steamboat, Hotol and Family
AMD CIALtR 1.1
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
Fish, Eggs, Northern Butter, Sic.
Between Waablnsrton and Commercial
tJ-Gooda dtliveitd free of charge.
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
Hotel and Restaurant
Two doors north of the Cairo and VInonnea
WU, WETZEL, Proprietor.
A TltU.Vn' watch kept night and day for
Xjl. trains ami teaniuoau.
The best of accommodation! for transient
guest at 1 wo Dollar fcer lUy
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
Wholesale ami Kctatl Dealer In
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIBO, ILLS, aad C0LU1CBUS, KY.
At Hulen & Wilson', Corner Twelfth St.
ana umo iovoe.
TXTK will; run an Ice wajron throughout the
VV boat on, delivering pure lake ice in any
imrt nf the rltv at the Iiiu'eat inarkrt lirlce. and
will ulso furnish our friends outside the city with
c by the cake or car load, packed In sawdust
merit to uur distance.
'The Best Thing in tho West."
Aichison, Topeh & Santa Fee E. R.
Of the best Farming and Agricultural Lauds la
America, aiiunieu in ami near me ueauuiui
Cottonwood ami Great Arkausas valleys, the
garden of the Went, ou
11 Years Credit, with 7 per cent. Inter-
eel, ana su per cent, uncouat
fare uk funded
To purchaser ofl-and.
K3-Clrculars, with map, giving full Informa
tion, Mnt free. Address
Acting Laiul Commissioner, Topeka, Kan-
PUS, IJ( i-j-nuiu.
ZANONE & VALLA,
FRESH SHELL OYSTERS
Corner Twonty-Eighth Stroot and
J. l, Zttuon. . M, Vail.
oeaso, SSvillotln. 23-j. 1.1
AN AUTOMATON CARD-PLAYER.
A Mnclilftn Which Vlnyn n Monti Uniur
of Wblstnnit SJciicriilly Wine.
(From the London Time.)
'J'lie new atitoniatouf Invented liy Air.
.lolin Nevil ilaqkelyne ami Mr. John Al
gernon Clarki-, mid now exhibited twice
v 111 the nrenent
century, wag but In pari mechanical, and
the clies-iilaylnu wns really performed
liy a man on the inside a Polish jiatrlot
named 'nrouky, who havliifr lot both
hU leift In battle, wa able to conceal
hlmel( In very small "paces within the
lljrure and the box table at which the fig
ure was aeaU.'d. Neither U the new au
tomaton of the name clasf with Vniicon
noil's flute-player, which wni exhibited
and explained" to the French Academy ot
Science In 1738. That t-tijierb piece of
mech.iulMii Imitated tliu movements of
the Ixxly, the finger, the llpi, the tongue,
and the inauagomi'iit of the breath of an
exjMTt performer on the llute. Sir l)a id
Ilrewster hai recorded the tact that "for
many vrars It continued to delight and
lutonU'li the philosophers and muiclan;
of Kuroiie," but like the barrel-organ,
the macliiuc exectited mily those pattic
ttlar'nlrs which It wan arranged to play.
The marvel of the new Invention ot .Mr.
Jlakclyne and Mr. Clarke comUts In
tlicKj dl'tlnctlve lecturer the llgure ban
no living being within It; It Is perfcetly
Isolated from any connection inechani
cal, electrical, mugnetlcal or otherwhe
conceivable with any otcrator at a dis
tance, and yet, neverthcrleM. It playii the
game of whist with no little akin, per
form nrlthmetical uileulatlon. obeys by
Its movements the direction of any per
son In the audience, aud accomplishes
number of surprising feats with cards
chosen and names written by the audience.
"I'sycho," as the automaton ha been
named, Is a ll"rt; In OrlenUd co.-tume,
sltthiL' crot-le''ired tinon u small box,
or jiedestal, and be.-ldcs lteliig too small
lo contain even adwarl or mutilated man,
Is Inspected through optilng in the 'ox
and in the body of theilirurc, Mr. Mask-
elyne, moreover, allows any per.-on from
tin? auinence to uceruiin lor iimii-eii mm
nopnces whatever are hidden by mirrors
or any other contrivance.
I'nyciio-' lsjiiit wnai ne appears to
l)C a piece of mechanism, with the wheels,
weights, strlnci and levers vUible, with
out trick or concealment. He Is fir.-t seen
Ujion a table: but, to Isolatohltn from ex
ternal control, he Is then placed upon a
stand of thin, transparent glass thl con
sisting of one single piece thoroughly
examined by the audlouoo betore bring
set, clear away from the back or lde
scene", anu, in iact in inc center 01 ine
stage, mere Is no atucimieni 01 any
kind, the automaton rcftlng loo-elv on
the L'lass support, and In any position :
and jiersons Irom the audience are al
lowed to which as cio-eiy as possiuic
round the llgure while it Is at.work.andto
re-examlnc the Interior when they please.
Under these searching guarantees mat
"1'sycho" is perfectly belt-acting, what is
he seen to do.' If any person rives him
a sum to calculate In addition, subtrac
tion, multiplication or division, he bhows
the answer, one tlinire nt a time, by open-
Intr a little door and slklliiL' the llgure in
front of the aperture with a movement of
his If It hand. I here is no pre-arraiige-inent
of collusions In this; lor he pro
ceeds to exhibit uny number which any
body may call for.
lie plays a game at wnist witu any
three gentlemen who may like to take a
baud with him. The three players set
themselves at a side table and cut to de
cide which shall be 'lVvehoV partner ;
and, after dealing, the thirteen cards tor
the automaton are placed on a quadrant
holder under the radial sweep on the
llgure's right hand, the card standing up
right, so that he can seize any one with
his thumb and linger. "lVyeho" turns
his head and Iooks up or down, appar
ently studying thu hand of cards on his
quadrant, anu wnen nis turn comes 10
iiiay ne nnus tue uiw in avauauie to
nil 11. niies it. holds It un in full view of
the spectators (so that there Is no trick
ery or substitution,) anu then puts it
down in iroui 01 tue quauraut. tie win
hold up any card again mid again as of
ten as desired by any psrson in the audi
ence, auu snaues nanoa wiui ms partner
at the conclusion of tho game. lie plays
a good game ; and1,' unless matched
aealnst very Kelentiuaplaye commonly
wins when'he happens to gel fair aver
m.p linmU dolt to hlniuu(T his nartner.
'l"ien follows a mries of- further illustra
tions nt "rsveho's" mvsterious power ot
Intelllifence. l ou help yoursell to a
card out of the pack; und he tells
thu suit aud rank and number ot
spots bv mean? of' strokes on
a bell. You privately mark uny card in
a pack wlilchyousliulllcflndhofdin your
own hands; and, upon the pack being
placed in lrontof the automaton, hulu-
staniiriiuusiueiiuiciuicai cam, nun uuius
It up, without possibility of substitution
or deception. Again, you shulfle the
pack, Mr. MaSkelyne holds, Jt behind him
in full view of everybody, and "Psycho"
tells tho names of all the cards in succes
sion, though the conjuror himself has not
seen even the hacks oi ineiu.
Finally. Mr. Maskelvnu Informs the
audience that thoatitomatou Is constructed
to oerlorni a number ol other marvels ol
mechanism (not yet llniihcd) by the aid
of "secret Intelligent force." flow loner
tms"dynanuc mystery may remain un
solved. In an aire when tho usual resour
ces oi conlnrors nrovery well understood
oy many peopiu outsuie ine piuicsuun,
It would be tmsfifo torlredict; but for com-
nlete noveltv ofthtj uneets nrouucei I.
thlsiicw automaton outddes everything
whlchlias appeared kihec the subtlo inven
tions Of Itobert Ilotnlin.
The Hue Cniirtl.
A letter from Cairo to thc.i.'nseoi Uud-
gei, dated tlie 31st December, says : " I hc
present state oi inuouez v.amuis lariroui
satisfactory. The canal Is neither coni
pleto:i nor In good rcpalr, and If matters
are left as they are at present It will be
come useless in u iuw yeurt. ii is uroau
enough to aemmmodate three steamers
abreast, hut Its depth Is so variable that
one snip onty can pass turougii ii at n
time. When a vessel comes from Suez
.the ships coming from Kuropo must wait
nt Port Saul, und if u shin
Kds aground on wo sami tnu wuoie
communication is riupneu iium it is
ntloat again. This, of 'Course, causes
great Injury to trade, and complaints aro
frequent. "The chil f catUc of the evil Is
tho want of inonoy. Tho Kugllsh, who
use the canal mora ttiatl any other nation,
have long been thinking of getting the
canal Into their own hands, but a major
ity of two-thirds of the shareholders is
necessary in order to clinugo the man
agement, niii) us tho Viceroy is tho pon-
dally in London is not a iiee)iion like
Huron ICcmpcler's renowned clH-ss-jilayer.
That, Hioiil'Ii It nstonlilifd all EuroiM)
laU; In the latt and ear
dine, Comor T-wolfOx Otrcet o..A
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1875.
sesor of ono-thlrd of tho shams, lie has
practically the ca'thig vote. It Is true
that one-third ol tin; shares are also In
the possesion of Knglithmen, but the at
tempts which have been made to Induce
the Viceroy to di'pose of his
shares have hitherto been fruitless.
The Khedive evidently fears that
Kngland will become too powerful on
the canal, and therefore prefers the status
quo. As for M. Oo Jcps, he continues
to send protects to Constantinople about
the canal duc. aud his llnanccs are be
coming worse every day. The cot of
the maiulcnauco of the canal and the
dredging works Is from 1!),000,000 to 20,
000,(jjO francsn year, while his total re
ceipt this vcar, have only amounted to
:iO.(JOO,(XX) Inincs. and it Is very uncertain
whether they wllllx! maintained at that
figure. Merchants here are unanimously
ofopliilon that something mii-t le done
to prevent this useful w ork from being
ruined, and that M. Ie Letups should
cither be allowed greater freedom of no
tion, or '. given an oppoluuity of selling
the shares to a new company.
'I'll j dairy hotic Is built about four feet
below ground ; It Isnlry, high, light, dry,
cool, and detatched Irom any othcrbuild
iug. It is smoothly plastered Inside and
well ventilated. No ininure air of any
kind readies It from without, and every
thing within Is the perfection of cleanli
ness and heatne-. It is furnished with
open racks of lath all around it, a bench
beneath a northern window, and a table
in the center. The nans, wlilch are shal
low one of tin, holding about ten quarts
each, are filled to three indie in i! 'pth,
and are placed on thcshelvcs of lb' racks.
The shelves are made of laths, suthattlie
cool, fresh air of the milk-room reaches
all parts of the pan, and speedily reduces
tho milk to the de-'red temperature.
Tliis l kept at about 55 deg. all the year
round by means of a current of cold air,
which U brought Into the room through
tilpes from thu adjoining ice-house m
summer, and by a stove In Winter.
The cream Is skimmed, tfter the milk
h.in stood twenty-sx hours, Into oaken
casks of forty gallons each. The chttrn-Ing-room
adjoins the milk-room. The
churns are cask similar in every respect
to those in which the cream Is stored.
The churning Is done bv a small horse
power run by a small pony which, by
mean? of a rocking shatt. operates n com
mon Upright da-h. The churning is
made to occupy at eat half an hour. It
is held here that liit-class butter cannot
be made In live mlt.utes bv any ol the
rapidly working chums. The butter is
worked by n lever tlxed to an inclined ta
ble, and the buttermilk, as It Is worked
out, Is abs orbed by a sponge enveloped
In a clean llueii clo'th, aud dipped in pure
Don't IIhi Ii, llnck, Cough, S'oiikIi!
Cough is ayinptoiu by which various ills
caW coDilltloiisot the throat, lironul.il
tunc ami lunzs manifest themselves Hut
whether It arisen from the Irrlintl in pro
duced in tlio throit and larynx by taking
cold, Irom ud a tack of llroncliltl.-, fiom in
cipient I'onMimpiiou, or from various
other causes, nothing will allay It more
speedily or cure It moro permanently than
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medlcil Discovery,
Ildoe n .t matter whether It Is a rccrnt
attack, or a llnnorinj cough, the Discovery
Is In either cae equally well adapted for
Its relief and permanent cure. In fact.lt
will cure a couiru, in one-half tho time ncc
esietrr to cure It with any other medicine,
and It dots It, not by drying It up, but by
removlm: thecat'su, subduing the irritation,
and healing the allccted parts. No time
should be lot In coinmcnclii the use of a
nroticr meuicino lortnc re let or a c iiirii.
lortnloss thin coursu Is pursued, serious
and dangerous dHei'e of the lmr,'i is liable
to result. Gold'ii Meille-il DIcovery Is
sold by all dealers In medicines
BY virtue of three scrrnd cifcutlons to ni
dirvctel by the clerk of the Circuit
tourt ot Alexander coiintv, in the Stale
of llllpol one in f.ivor of Hunlel Price,
one In favor of Patrick Mocklur nml
one in favor of llemurd MrMninn. nml nil
apilnt the Culro and Vlncennet K.iilroad com-
ny- 1 have lcwdliiH)utheli)Unwlnt; described
liroi.erty, In the county of Alexander und Slate
of Illinois, to-uit Uits numlierol one (I) and
iwo(-), In lilock mmiliereil tnehe (11), and
lota numlK-red seven (7) ami eight (s), In block
numbered twenty-thrve (il). in the Klrst AiHl
tlon to the city of Cairo, in the county of Alex
ander and State of Illinois, ns the nroiwrtyof
the said t'alroand Vhieeiine-. Kallroadeoinrany,
whleii 1 shall oner at imbllo sale at tho simile
wetdnornf the Court llnu'e In tlie city of
ijilro. In the county of Alexander anil alate of
Illinois, ou the 'JOIhday of February, A.I).
1ST3. at the hour of elcen o'clock, a. in . for
CJiili, to sutlefy said executions
.l,l.. II. 1KV
.Sheriff of Alexander couutv, Ills.
Cairo. Ills. Keb. 1, ls75. 21-i-l-w3t
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OFFICE HOfltSi KromOn.m. tollm .and
from 2 to s p m
)R. W. BLAUW,
OFFICE Iluder's Illock. (up-sulrs), corn.r
blKhth street and VV'asblnxton arenne.
Attorney at Law.
OFFICEi Ohio I-evce, over room formerly
occupied by First National Hank,
JyUI,KY & SON,
Attorney, at Law.
OFFICE Kluhtli .Stmt, lictween Commer
clal and VV asalngton avenues,
John It Mulkey ) ,.. .......,.
William C Mufkey CAIHO, ILLINOIS
AtturuuyH anil Counselors
OFFICE Ohio U'n; rooms and S ovn
City National Hank,
William II (Irmi, )
Miles Ficd'k Ullbert )
O.SlKflal attention kIvmi to Admiralty and
siisti: i.i,..m:ii st.
There will Im' mi nunnrttinllv fur .ftinvnt in
enter (he University, immediately after the hol
.tloiulnj', Jniiiiiirj- ith, lH7.i.
Tuition I. rtlEK lo nil irlin nrr ti'iit bv rmintr
SiiK.Tintendents, Supervisors, .u.1rc orby'n
Ucin-M'iitnlie Diatrict To mh, all liicidenlul
freof Two Dollars In charged per turni, accord
ing iii iiiu niniuie
Tn others tuition In the Normal Drnurtniont U
SS.KI kt term In the rreparalorv leiuirlinnt
SI on, and in tho Primary or .Vlodel Deiiart
inent 2 ()
Tlie Instriielloii Is Tlioronch,
and embraces Writing, Drawlne, Slnirlnc, Oil-
islr.enlcs and Klocntiun, Ih adilltlon In nil Un
common and lllirh ."Chool Mtiillt". unit I.-itin
and (inrk. Higher Mathrin Hies, ( hemitryand
uuon no ini can i- nan at rramnan
3 .Vltii.'i.()i'rw k.
ThoiirlnR'lerm will oiien MoniUv
Ml, 1H7.V .IA.VIES ItoIlAltIM, .M
ron 1875 07
Implemonts, Fertilizers, eta,
.ambcrlugl75pKcs anil containing live
Uautful colored jJatti, inik& on receipt
of &0 cents.
Catalogue, without plates, fr to all.
35 Cortlandt St.,
BOX and BASKET CO
All kinds! haril and soft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &c
Mill and Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Stroot
Between WuahlnRton and Commercial
Dealer in Fresh Meats
T7"KE1'S for sale the bent Ileef, 1'urk, Mutton
JA. Veal. Umli, .sausage, Ac and is pro
pared to serve families In au accei'lable manner
Wholesale, Ketail and
Corner Poplar and
jS-Highest CaBh Prieo paid for
Hons and Cattle,