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1 Arttr .!, W Stewart
ARTER & STEWART.
Currej.nr in It. Artcr A Co )
No, 113 Commercial Avniiuo,
Bristol & Stilwell,
Keep everything portaining to
tho lino or Striplo and Fanoy Gro
?oricH, Woodonwurc, Vegetables,
Fruits, Sic, &c.
Pressed Corned Beef,
Pitted Cherries '
Pared Dried Peaches, '
Michigan Dried Apples
Dooloy's, Royal, Price's,
Gillett's, Ludlnm's, and
Preston & Merrill's
A Horse for Salo.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
WHOLESAIl AND HETAIX.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very CJoso.
Corner 10th St. and Commorciul Av
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
IMINT. VXD OILS.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
vVnll Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &o.
Always ou luimJ, Hie celebrated llliimlnattns
Corner Eleventh Strent and Wash-lntr-ton
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Bullotln Dulldlnir, Corner Twelfth Street
and WnnhlnBtoa Avnue,
CJ'Countv nml Railroad Work n infinity
K. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Itilalt Ilmlers In
Foreign and Domestic
vi.d:s of a i.i. kixds,
No. 60 Ohio Lovoo,
MKSSIf. KMVTll CO. haw- sntly
s large slues, or let goods " mar
Let, ml irlrT.lal titration toll. mioliwiU
ranch or the Imslnrs
j VALENTINE RESCH,
Steamboat, Hotel and Family
AM) t.iL.l: I
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
Fish, Eggs; Northern Butter, tic.
Between Washlnirton and Commercial
13-Gml iltirirl free or chsrgc.
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
Hotel and Restaurant
Two doors north of the Cairo snd Vlnonnes
WM, WETZEL. Proprietor.
A TKKSTY watch Vrpt nlxht and iUy for
trains nnd ninboiit
Th lnt of nccinunodatloin for transient
guests at Th o Holbrs irdar.
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
THOMAS SPR0AT & SON,
Wholesale nii'l Itetall Ilrulrni In
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIE0, ILLS, and COLUMBUS, XY.
At Hulen fc Wilson', ConiorTwelfth St.
ana unio j,ovue.
WE will" I
run an Ice wacnn iiirougiioui ine
drmtrlnK pure lale lee in any
mrt of the city nt tho lowest nuirt.fl I'rltv. unit
Will 11111 llirillnfl Oliririeil" oul.lur Ulr t li. nim
re by the cake or cur trawl, lucked In sawdust
or eliiiimrnt to anv ilUtanre.
'The Best Thing in the "West."
Atchison, Topsh & Mi Fes 1 L
Of tbf liest r'ammis: and AKTicnllitral Land In
America, Mtiiaieii in nnu imir iw imiuiim
i oiii.nn'oiul ami Uieat Arkansa valley, the
iprdvnur the Vct, ou
11 Years Credit, with 7 per cent. Inter
est, ana uu par coui wikuuu.
f a is " 5 r ir x : n
To nurchsi,rs or Land.
rj-Clrciilar. with map, Blvlog full Inlorinu
tlOll, MUl I1W. .".un. ,,,VyV.
Acting IJind CommlMloncr, Topeks, Kn
i 18, liw Jin
ZAN0NE & VALLA,
FRESH SHELL OYSTERS
Cornor Twonty-Eighth Streot and
J, l). Ziincnc, , M, Yulla,
Offleg, 33u.UatLz. 33u.lldlja.c. Cgmot "r-wolftli. Strt and
THE FUTURE GREAT CITY.
MtiiKgNh nml Uniot V nmlcil nimU
mil Wlml Ciiiiii or It. Sorlrty
'(. Thr lilirilltr'x I'rctrut.
Kluic Kiilnkiina. rtr.
Sr. Lot i, February i!0, 1 fe7.".
Dkaii HfJlLK-rix: ThcwlnttT l littr
rj ltiff by In a rather commonplace man
ner, marked by no xitrprlsltif; tliormom
t rival doinontratlon, cither of hlxh or
low tlereo, mid inr htcorponitn dlvblon
of humanity metnliifly malntaliiH nn
eiuallj undl'tlnjitilOieil and matter-of-fact
exltteneo- a monotonoin tinhon In mas
terly Inactivity. The rnh nml roar of
the Father of Water, too, are stilled, and
the anjjry foam-crested waves of other
wanoii", upon who; dire thri-atcnlnjjH
the traveler looked down from tho Hat!
ly ferries that brc-wted them "llku thlii,"
of life," or tho towering archen of the
Iptntle bride, ,'alnit wIio-k; adani.intliii!
dignity they d.nhcd thcniclvi'j In relent
less fury, aru now locked In the chilling
embrace of Koreas and old Fahreiihelt'H
thlrtyecond decree, powerle.s even
to protect u'alnM tli- tntmplin leet that
worn thetn through their Icy fetterc. The
rotih Ntirfacu of the crystalline jjorpt',
formed of many un iiitnrne(l nijjed
cdfre, It lR'lted by roadways leveled by
boot, hoof ami rolling tire, tho unnardi.'d
condition of which as to toll-gate.", makes
wretched the rcctilatlv! mind of
thoc public tplrlt,s the chief object of
who'e exlstenw: l the collection of nlck
elu from iss-eners and the walling them
In jKaice or pieces to the other bhore.
Deferted steamers lino the equally de
M.Tted wharf, ."-oinc la.y bobblhig in tlie
ico hole. cut for their safety, and other.
xrlpK.i! tightly in the Irozon Jaws that
may oon cruh thrm all awaiting with
fear and trembling the much uMied for
but terribly dreaded break-up of the ice.
Hlver men who failed to settlcat Cairo in
time, liave already lo't all of their (.pare
change at poker and keno, playcil mum
bleprg on deck till tltclr pocket knlve
are wrecked and can only be traded
vljjht unseen," and arc becoming gen
erally miserable and .ijicclally ill-tempered.
Untitles?, of cour-e, h far from lively,
and only a fev iolatetl ea'es ofentir-prl.-e,
ehlelly among bank caihlor-i, make
the Mibjeel at all worth referring to. A
late Instance Is that ol Wuurtcllcailiicr of
the I'eople's Saving Hank, who retired
to private life on a compe'tency home days
hice, leaving an atleetionate farewell let
U r for the directors, which, though not
explicit as to his future movements, ex
hibited a praiseworthy llrmues of Inten
tion to ntill bear hi- load ot life and to bi
virtuous and happy hereafter. The re
maining olllee ami directors eet'ined to
be left In a trying po-ltlon. Kvldentiy
Um; undfr'tanding anything of the alfalrs
of the bank, or probably any other busi-
ne. allaiM was quite new to tlietn, and
very attempt to acquaint the yympathii-
ug public with tho situation only illu-
trated tills and Imbued it with greater
fears for their mental than their cash bal
ance. However, with all the personal
saeri lieu of Lady I.undle her-elf, "duty
llnd them n-ady, duty finds them earn-
t," and they promptly close the doors
of the Institution and hold a dlgnlllcd con
ference with blinds down, doors fad and
weighty impression that something
must be done. All being Germans mid
the epWode a pure Americanism, the
Mitoke a-eenil- from their nieeiehauuis
n f-U'ady and unlnterrupttd eolunin for
a long mid silent w hlle, as they rummage
their Teutonic memories In search of
precedents for action. Not until the dusty
clouds arising from this ills
turbaucc ot" their cobwebbed
mental garrets have been laid by
a libation of lager does it occur to Jlyn-
heer .S'hmltt to projioje that ".omc
dings" be put up on tlio doori. Mynheer
ScJunltt is mentally embraced' as a gen
ius, though only an audible "of course"
assents to his proposition, and ".-oine-
dlugs" is accordingly written and posted
up to the effect that the doors are closed.
and immediately the honorable Lody Is
inilrcd with an inner cott-ciousness of
something done. Another solemn period
of meditation and libation and Mynheer
Schoticech attemntti to lmmortalio him
self hv the suggc-tlon "dot ve slice' vot
de matter lsh." It appearing by an Im
medlatu universal response that every
body else was Jitst going to suggest the
same thing, his sell-conlldence Is some
what weakened, but any feeling of re
senttuent Is at once lost In tho order with
which all go to work to "sheo vot do
matter lsh," and find the building, the
coal-pile, tho poker and the safe all on
hand and in good order. "Somedlng"
more is put up on the door, ami feeling
that they are now really at work, they
tako another beer, and, having searched
the premises, next search the employes,
which Is thoroughly dono by catcchUtl
cal examinations systematically con
ducted, beginning with tho teller and end
inir with tho porter, eliciting a Until of
information which, though not at all
connected with the subject, i very Inter
esting mid so exhaustive that another in
termUelou for beer and sausage, is neees-
ay, though there is a strong disposition
to search each other first. Hot alter
now, somedlng more Is put on the door
and tltu search is renewed with tho pierc
ing eyes of tho lloeky-mountalneet of
eagles and the stealthiness of tho fabbiest
of cats. Tho cash and securities evidently
cannot escape a search like this. They
arc bound to bo readied, and eventually
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1875.
tliey (ire reached, and simultaneously j
give a most aMonlshlngandill'iheartenlng
blow to the ?eal of the Inquisition by ex- I
hlbltlngthemelves as correct. .Several
been, saii'ogc and relay s of cheese of a
strengthening fragrance arc neeeary
this time to restore equanimity, and on
Its accomplishment vague doubt nre
found floating In the minds of some con
cernlng the propriety of closing Jit-t yet.
One or two of more Iron-mould, however,
Insisting on the custom of the country
and averting that no well-regulated
llnanclal Institution ever failed to fall on
the elopement of tho cashier, all
felt It to be their duty to defer to the
maxim and to prepare for an assignee
which they did to the bet of their abili
ties, no doubt, and now lie's on the
search. The catte of Wtiincl' depar
ture seems to have been the usual one
speculating unuccestfully with tlie fluids
of the hank beyond his ability to conceal
or make good. Ho -bore mi excellent
moral character, and was a man of con
siderable prominence among the Ger
mans. What money he took uway was
procured from other banks on the secu
rity ol tlie People's and Is said ,0 ',!,v'-'
been about S 10,000. The entire defalca
tion will not probably bo known until
the courts bring it out. The In-titutlon
wa, a couple of years since, one of the
strongest In St. Louis but has lieen los
ing position for some lime, and lis de
posits had fallen oil' ::'iont one half.
SiocU ty Is going to tho opera, and, of
course, wearing Its Isest clothes, but natti
ly scents so enthusiastic about it as on
former seasons, though about the same
talent Is supplied by tlio manager-. A
new and more pretentious opera house Is
much desired, and one will, no doubt,
soon lie built to meet the demand.
There are indications of a growing
perception among some of those who, by
wraith, po-itlou and Intelligence are
qualified for the leadership of society,
concerning the extravagant excesses Into
which it has boon running tor a few de
cades, and concerning their proportion
ate neglect of real social virtues, and es
pecially that of sympathy and charity
for the less fortunate divisions of human
ity. A few leading ladies have united
their iutluence for the correction of these
evil tendencies specially directing their
cll'orts at present to the discouragement
of extravagance In dress and entertain
ments. .Several parties have been given
by those ladles at which it was under
stood there should Ih- no display or unu
sual preparations, and where plain dre-s
was Insisted upon. Whether
any Immediate considerable result
will follow the.-e efforts may well be
doubti-d, though It is to Ik- hoped there is
In them a germ destined to grow in the
near future and become fruitful in social
happiness and its more equal distribution.
The idea comprehends a revolution of a
much greater magnitude than Is proba
bly mentally graied by the fewattempt
Ing its Initiation. Dress arid society (llf
play are more to woman (generally speak-
ng the easo would be hopeless indeed
were there no exception?) than all hl
imusemeut.s and dissipations are to man.
Xot that I compare the evil consequences
of the two though even such a compari
son is, on reflection, within the hounds of
reason but in the relative importance to
the sexes as means of enjoyment, and the
place they respectively occupy in the
lives of each to the exclusion of more en
nobling and benelleial occupation or
thought. Such a reform will no doubt
be found about as dililcult as that of In
temperance, nml neither will ever be at
tended with anything more than slight
local and temporary successes under tlie
present popular modes of welfare
which attack the evils themselves Instead
of their caues. These causes arc defects
In our social structure even In Its very
foundations Impossible to lie suddenly
removed, hut tlie eventual amendment of
which Is ascertain as progress.
No society sensation of late. Mug
Kalakaua was tho last claimant for spe
cial honors, but was not "taken up" to
any extent, and except from the limited
number of the populace who gathered
tally at the door of the .Southern to see
him enter Ids carriage for his round
among our objects of Interest, (?) and
from the company of Illu-trious civil
functionaries, who had him specially
In charge, lie received little h mage.
J'he wonderful diamond necklace with
which that prince of good fellows the
Khedive of l.gypt has decorated Mrs.
Fitch, (rue Miss Sherman.) would have
most brilliant receptions If expo-ed to
them. J t Is earnestly hoped the dllllctil
tics attending its presentation, or rather
Its reception, and the arduous labors of
Congress in its behalf will soon be com
pleted (the senate has yet to hold a for-tv-slx
hour session over the hill to ex
empt it from duty I beliiive)-and
that it will shortly ne num.
bered among tho atraclions of the Future
Great City. Tho description of Its two
hundred sparkling beauties have thrilled
the sensitive nerves of society votarie
and doubtless stirred up In the guileless
minds of tho maiden hclnglralned in fash
Ion's powerful coterie, much more envy
than was ever excited by tlio lair reeipi
enf position as the daughter of the sue
ccfcsful general or even by her memora
ble lists of present as tlie bride of "Min
nie Sherman's husband." U Is much to
lie hoped for the sake of tlio latter per
son's peace of mind, Unit lie lias hut a
piece of mind and Is well contented to
bask as a nonentity In the spare rays re
flected upon him from tho glorious crea
ture and her diamond, roonucii! i
hear ids "hay-foot, straw-foot" life will
loon know hi in no mote forever that ho
1 may soon ho expected here, where ho will
1 plungo with nil hi sorrows Into hul-
vraahlncts a. wo.
ness a eomprehenie term embracing
pea-nuts, bacon and bank-cuslder where
tnav he llud rest. Y.t.t:ti.
The British Quarterly Rovicws.
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AMI tirALEII ty
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7. I) MathtiM
E (. thl.
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CJ-X Oliio Xiovoo.
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irm 2 to 8 p in
JR. W. DLAUW,
Omc'Ki fluiltr's III.Kk, (i.P-,t,lr,), comer
l.lxlilli Mirct nml Wmhlnyion nttnUc
Attorney ai Jaxw.
Ort'fCK- Ohio Levee, oxer room rortnerly
ocrnpii-U by First National Uank,
JULltEY & SON,
.Ktornoys at Inn".
OFFff'K KlRhtb trert, between IVimimr
rial unit Wuklugton nreuuea,
fohn II Mulker ) ,,.,,. ,,,,,,
William t .Milfkry j CAIItO, II.MNOIM
Q.REEK & OILBERT,
AttoriivjN ami CounselurH
Ol'FU'K Ohio I'ii-e, riKinm 7 ami 8 over
City .National lt.mk,
William II (jneit, )
William II (illlKit, f CAlltO n.r.ixots.
Miles Frwl'k lillbcrt J
T3.Sieelsl nlteiitloii given to Ailmlntlty ,aml
1 here will Ijc nil oMioitiinltr fur Sliuluils lo
liter the t nlu i-slly, inuiiiillatily ullir tlie Iml
.londn.r, Jniuinry Itli, I NT.!.
Iillllon Ik l lirr. to nil who iv sc nt bv f!mtntv
.SiuK'rinti'mli'iits, MipervNors, Judge urbyu
ltfiri-entiitlve lllnrkt Tosurh,au liielilrntul
Iceiif Two Uollain In chargisl er tsim, acconi-
NIK lo llir .Ullilic
'I n others tuition In the Normal Ixiiartiiitnt 1 1
s.ui l?r Icriui In the rrcpanitorv Iniuirtiiieiit
Mu", snd in the Primary or Modi I Iqiail
mi nt ti w
'I he Instruction N TlinroiiKli,
ninl cinliraeri VVrllliiL-, llrawlnp, Sininp, Cal
l-M. chics anil I. locution, In intuition to all tin'
Common and 1 1 lirli chool itiullr .and tjiiin
mid Uiwk, 1 1 iKliir Mathematics, tbend try und
(iixsl iHi.trd c.in ls-lud ut icuinsble price
l .VttoW.OO tier Meek
'I lie spring lerm will i.iiii loiuLiy, Mnrt.li
I.Mh. si ,IA.MI lUlIIAIM.-, M. I ,
roK 1875 op
Seeds! Plants! )
Vlmplemcnts, Fertilizers, eta
N nmberlDC 13 paces una containing II to
UautlfulasloMtlplaUt, mailed on receipt
of 10 cents.
Catalogno, without plates, fret to all.
85 CortlancU St.,
BOX and BASKET CO
All kinds'" linnl and son,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATIT, &0
Mill and Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Strcot and
Between Washington and Commercial
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Wnahlncton and Commercial
Avenues, adjoining Uanny'n.
Ki:Kl'S lur rale the LeM llr, l'olk, Mutton
Veal, l.anib, eniuane, Ac . and is I'lti
pared to ene ratuillfb In un uceiptubte luanmr
Wholesale, Retail and
"tAT i 1 c ox'i
Corner Toplar and
23 loo Ik.,
tSrnighoBt CaBh Price paid for
nogs nnu Cattle.,