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flROCKRIKM.
Artcr. J, Vf. Stewart,
ARTER STEWART.
(?iicci'ors to I), Arlcr A Co.
GROCERS
1XD
Commission Merchants
No. 113 Commercial Avenue,
CAIRO, ILLS.
W. L. BRISTOL,
FAMILY
GROCER
Keep orcrythlng nortaininz to
mo nno 01 utupio ana fancy oro
sorioB, Woodonwaro, Vcgotablcs,
r i ui in, ocu-, oiv.
Bass and Injyrubor
BAWLS i;R HL'OYS.
HARMONEKAZE,
Fisctieing Tacclo,
Agget and Opal
MARBELLS,
Belle and Inrn bounde
Roaling Whoops
Fur Boizc and Gurlz.
dumping Roaps,
Vealloscipeads,
Krowkay Cots,
CHEEPE.
x Horso for Salo.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
VA1IIKTV NTlti:.
Tew-York Store
WHOLESALE AND KETAIL.
VARIETY STOCK
EN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very CIoso.
Corner 10th St. and Commercial Av
CAIBO. ILLINOIS.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
I'AI.VT AM Oil.
13. F. PARKER,
Dealer In
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
SXVCTflllcCXIS.
Wall Papor, Window Glass, Win
aow anaaes, sc.
Always on hand, the lehratl lllunilnutlnjf
AURORA OIL.
73x-obsm' OQulXdllaasi
Corner Eleventh Street and Washing
ton Avenue
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
a, . Hiniia,
PBOPBIETOB.
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
Bulletin Building, Corner Twelfth Street
&ma wsshistrten Avenue,
OmIto, HHnoli
tfCoimtf na HallxoM Work pscUHy,
VOL. 7.
i.turoH iir.Ai.r.Bdu
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholsnlt ami Retail Dealers In
Foreign and Domestics
WI-VEH OF ALL KI.VIIS,
No. 60 Ohio Lovoo,
CAIBO, ILLS.
MKSSlt' . PMYTII A CO, hare, antljr
larrr-ilm-lc nt Ihe Uvil irrKxIt Intlic llwr-
krt, ami Klte!elal attention to 1 1" "I'olMnln
rancn ui lii iiii.ineftii.
hi:,
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
JOHN SPROAT,
Wholesals nii'l lttti.ll Denier in
PURE LAKE ICE
Cairo and Kankakco, III.
CAIRO OFFICE :
At Uulen & Wilson's, Corner Twelfth St.
ana unio lAsvee.
I will run an Ire warin tliront'Iiout the
himon, lUlltrrltiK pure lake lu: In any
inrtor lii-eltv at the lowest rrutfci I prlnc, uml
will kino furnish my frlrmM ouuMt-tlie city with
ee liv Hie rukf or rar Irani. Ii3L.m1 In Rnwilil.t
or tfiluni' nt to any 'il.Liiic.
RAND CENTRAL
"A.VII--
COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Cornor Uislxtli Sri'oot,
WM. WETZEL. Proprietor.
A
TltUATV watch Vept nltht anil ilay fur
trains anl fttmmlKAiU
The Irtt of acujinriiri.lutIoiii fur tranilrnl
frunrt at Tiro Dollm l r ilar 3-IJ-lf
HOWIE BROTHERS,
PACKERS,
Wholesale, Retail and
Commission.
Wiloox'H 33 loclt.
Corner Poplar and Eloventh Street.
&niKhcBt Cash Frico naid for
nogs and Cattlo.
'A rompli'tii 1'lrtorlnl Illntory of I lie
Tinirv "I lie imi, mcn-ir-ii, hiiii
limit ktK'rf'HNful Kiilillly I'nlier
In the I'niun
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY,
THE CARDINAL'S OATH.
Unit Kin) Will i.- f Iter Olilimillini Wilt
Ailiiiliilli'i-i il, uml VVIinl II Is.
TIhj liuiuiry t to tlio oalli tnken Ijv
Cardinal McClo-ki'V, nml the clU-ct ft
m:iv li:ivi! mi his ri'f.ilinn In lln c-lvll (idV-
i (.'riiiiieut, lia unenrthed a form ohm orttli
i which wai submitted to the KtrglMi I'nr-
Ilaiiient In 1?.) by Lord I'lilmertoii m
tin-out! taken hy thu (.'iinlhiaU on iiwiim
liii; iilllci'. It coiitntus promlsi's to ),
fiilthnil unit obedient unto .St. IVtcr, the
Holy AtHKtolic Kouiaii Church, tin;
Lord, tho l'oic itiul his Miffor. en
iionivaliv mid lawtnlly jl,-tuil : to faith-
lully pri-wrvc nil cecrttfi iiitrustod to
him as iicli : to trlvo all noll)Ie n
jilstanco In retalnliiL', dcl'ciMhiij;. nml re-
covrriii tin; Kouiaii rapaov mid regalia
of I'ctcr with nil in Wit anif endeavor, o
far ns the rights nml prlvllf-"c Of
his onlcr allow ; to direct, defend,
and eoojreral: Willi the legate? and nun
cIm of tho ApotoIit! Set; hi tho terrl
torie, churches nml monastertei under
his keeping ; to ctrive hy every way and
every ineam to pruscrvo nml iiiimcnt
tho " rixliU. honor?, privileges. . and
authority of thu Holy I'omaii ISI-hop.
the I'ojk.', and to ohcrvo all decree and
ordinances a? to vldthi the threshold,
of the npo'tle? at certain pre-erlbcd
thnea. 'J he oath concludes with the
words : "I will seek out and oppo-o.
(IMTrccntc and light agalnt; Latin om
ni eotuita jitrtctuturum tt Unpuinniuruui)
hcrdlcri, ;ehlsniatlc, agalnt the .-ame
our Lord, the I'ope. and Ills before men
tloned s.uece-;ors with every po-lbIe ef
fort." When Lord l'alnierston Mibmltted tho
oath to I'arllainent, it was said that the
vow against heretics was a matter of
form handed down through centuries an.l
was not considered binding upon the
Cardinals In the extreme meaning of the
words.
The oath taken hy Cardinal .MeCIo-key
was ndinlnl-tcrcd privately hi the Arch-hl-hopV
palace hy Ab-legato Concetti hi
tho pre-nce only of a very few of the
church dignitaries, and ban not been
made public. The ceremony took place
the day lx.'fore the conlerrlng the Iht
retta. Ve-tcnlay the rejiorter laid Lord
I'ahner.-ton'fi translation hi-forv a high
cileslatlc of the Catholic Church in
the city, and a-ked hhn whether It wa
Jlke the oath taken hy Cardinal JIcCIos
key. ".Vo." replied he, "the form of the
oath administered was exceedingly sim
ple, containing little more than a pledge
of lidclil v to the Holy Sec and to the faith
of the Church. Then wn al-o :t prom
ise to visit Home n- often as called
upon to do so, and In all ways to laith
iully iK-rfonu the duties of the Cardinal'"
olllce."
"Hut with reference to the extermina
tion of heretics V" -aid the reporter.
'The form there Is not correct.'" was
the reply: "and the Intent I-, I believe,
n dlU'ereiil one. The oath wa.- u slinjilu
one. very similar In form to that taken by
a lil-hop previous to his consecration, n
published lu the I'ontl Ileal."
The interview whs then clo-cd.
The eorrcspondiii'' section of the
hishop'si oath rclerred to contains IIiojo
words: "lla'retieos, M:lilsinatIco et re
belies eiilem domino no-tro vel iiccoe-soribu-
pr.edlctls. propo-.e jKT'quar ct
luipugnaho," which may translated thus;
"I will follow up and oppo-e, to the best
of my ability, the heretic, .-elil-nulle-,
and all who may rebel against the I'ope
or hl sucooa-nr-."
OLD MEMORIES.
Tlio sj.'lli Willi I lie fiiillio l.e nml (tin
Orumi ;rlnlr 1'liiy Hint Tune
. Kill II.
(1'roni the Ilelroit Fn-o Press.
Yesterday n hand orgauht .at down
liefore :i liou-e on Congre-s i-trtft and le
gan to turn out Mvect melodies, but the
lln-t tune hadn't been tluihed when an
old-looking man about fifty years old,
having tt game leg and a general lorlorn
look, came along and halted hi front of
the Italian.
"Xow, that Is sweet !" he said after a
moment : "carries me right hack to the
days when me and Hanntr .-at on the
hind stoop and sipiOiio hands and told oi
our love."
Op-era inuzeek," replied the Italian,
smiling at thu enthusiasm of his audi
ence. "Wall, now, hut it touches mo right
here," continued tho man with the fuine
leg. laving his hand on hN heart. "I
haven't felt io much like cryln' for four
teen years before. Set'ius .If I heard
angels buzzing around In the air."
lie rested his gaino leg on a horeu
block, foldeil hivirnis, and his look anil
altitude were that of a man whose heart
was filled with sad thoughts and painful
memories. ,iut iv the tears were start
ing to Ills eye the organist moved tho
stop, Increased the speed, and "Captain
Jhiks" was merrily rattled oil'.
"Some odder kind of inu-zeck," he ex
claimed, and the handle hadn't made
four revolutions when the man with the
gamu leg began to pnille. Then he
iti-hed his hat over on the fide oi his
head. Then ho hitched up his trousers,
smiled tome inoie, and exclaimed :
"lty gum ! If that "ere. tune don't just
make me hop nil over!"
"Good mu-eek," replied the Italian.
"(!ood? Why tho darned tune Is
heavenly! I believe if I was dylu' It
would stand ine on end! I'd give a bil
lion dollars if JIamier was alive and
could hear that !"
lie stepped out, Milt on his hands, and
then walt.ed lit) and down the Hags, his
game leg flopping around llku it' loo-o
weather hoard, and his ho.uvfo voice
bawling :
Ilnni Calsllii' .links
Hit 'o.e m.irldt'4.
While he was doing his level best lliu
musician touched the stop again, and tho
tune changed oil' on to "lllrilie, I Am
Tired Now."
"Ah! that soothes me, that does!"
raid the old man as lie tat down on thu
horse block. "That'-i Mintlilu' morn to
touch the heart and mako muthlukof inv
poor llauner !"
"Vary sweet niu-zeek," remarked the
Italian.
"Sweet ! (!reat skies Mint It's melting !
I've known that tune for a long tlmu but
I never could sing It without weeping.
If I had u million oi dollars I'd buy a
hand organ and play that time straight
along for fix months without stopping
the crank!"
Ho put his hands over his face and ap
peared agitated, and the Italian didn't
cciii to care whether ho collected a cent
or not. He ground thu tune out,
touched tho Eton, and remarked :
"Vary graiwle niu-zeek dis time ha !"
Ami "Vankee Doodle" rolled from
the little square box like lightning slid
Ingdow n the tide of a haytaek.
"Great Concord!" yelled the man
with the game leg ns the tune reached
i "Doodle Dandy'"; "hold w a inhiutc
; till I get this leg under m?! Thar
, let her come now"
I "Whowllc, vwMIe, doodle -Ujo1
I III, sky, ilwxllciianuy!"
I And he leaped around, -lapped the
I Italian on the hack, threw his hat on the
j walk, anil continued:
. "Snalx nml reptiles! hut don't (hat
! tune mnke glory .stand right out like
mud on a white houe! 'Hah, tor u !"
! The Italian aw that n crowd was gath
' crlng. and he broke tune short oil and
, sailed away on the "Suwanec Ulvcr.'"
, The lir-t strains oi the dear old
' melody had eareely leit the box when
(lie man witli too game jog irnnid up
ngninst n tree box, wiped the sweat from
hi brow and said:
"There" something more to remind
me of my Iot Ilnnner! Isn't that jier-vi-Ioii
lor the hungry soul, though!
What rtnilus! What tears! What n
bulging of the heart .'"'
"Vnry solt inu-zeky rem.'irl;od the
Kalian.
"Solt! .My heavens! .Man. If you'll
pay in hoard, I'll travel tho whole coun
try over and eariy that organ, jlst to hear
you piny mat inner'
He reached out his arm?, made mo.
lions as If drawing the tune to his breast,
ami wnisperiMi :
"G-bry! When I die let me die lis
tenlng to them strains ol 'biiwsiuce
Hiver !' "
The organist shouldered hi- box nnd
moved on, ami the man with the game
leg leaned up against the fence nnd wiped
his eyes.
.tolm r.'.ivt'n Ktu ly Curcec.
lamts, l'arton, in linr-wr's .M-t-uzlac 1
'I'wo hundred years ago, when John
Law. a rich gold-initli"s son, was a hoy
in Kdiiibnrgh, goliUmlths were dealers in
coin as well in m plate, and hence were
bankers nnd brokers as well as inanu
facturern. They borrowed, lent, ex
changed, and assayed money, and there-
lore Ks-es-cd whatever knowledge of
llnanee there wa-current In the world.
It was In his futher'.s counting-room that
John Law acquis d that taste for llnan
chil theories and combinations
which distinguished him even
in his youth. lint the sa
gacious and practical gold-milli died
when his son wa fourteen, and left h in
a large Inheritance In land and money.
l lie example or Louis XIV. and Charles
II. having brought the low vlci.s into
high fuhlou throughout Kurope, It Is
not surprising that Law's first notoriety
should have been owing to n duel about
amlstres-. A man of la-hloii hi Kurope
in Louis XIV.'.s time was a creature gor-goou-ly
attired lu lace and velvet, and
hung about with ringlets nude of hor.-e-halr,
who passed his days in showing the
world how much tiiere was m him of the
goat, the monkey, and the pijj.
had tli" Impudence- to cstah h his ml..
tre.s in n resiM.'ctable lodginir-hou-e.
which Jed to Ills belli'' chnllciiL'cd bv
a gentleman who had a ti-ter living there.
i.aw killed in- man on thu Held "not
fairly," as John Lvclyu reeonh and he
was convicieii nt inurilor. The king par
doned but detained him in prison, Iroin
which he fscniK-d, went to the Continent,
and ro.-uincd fii career, bC'Ing at once a
man of fashion, a gambler, nml n romioi
seitr In tlnanee. lie used to attend card-pnrtfe-,
rbllowd by a foofm.tii cairjlin:
two liags, each containing two thousand
Ioui-d'or-. ami once during the lifetime
of the old king he was ordered out of
I'arN on the ground that he "understood
the games he had introduced Into the
capital ccH."
lilclicu-ltitlsliiir Ilxtriiiii'it Itini'.v
Two brothers named Gall" have e-inl)-
llshcd a mammoth hennery in Colorado,
ten miles from Denver. It covers t'nir
acres, which Is laid out like a village,
witli -tnvts. and avonue-.aloug which . re
built long row. of house ,jf various de
sign. I.'egular f.miilie- aru assigned to
these hou-cs. and It Is found that tliev
quickly domesticate tlieuiselues, wlthuiit
trouoiingiiieir iieignoors. 'i ne popula
tion of the village is about 1'.-
000, divided clo-cly Into so
cial clique of llrahmas, Cochins,
Shanghaes and Dorkings, and the chief
products are eggs and Spring chickens.
Sundays Included, the Industrious mat
rons ot the village turn out dailv from
forty to litty dozen of eggs, which are
sold for from 80 to 50 cents n dozen. The
brothers' Gall" express lint a single regret,
aud that is that they did not found their
colony fifteen years ago, when eggs
hrougt ." a dozen, and u Spring chicken
was wortli a iieunywcight of gold-dust.
Tile Ileiillleienre or J Mine J.lcl.
San Francisco, .May 13. Jaun i Lick
has made a new trust deed. Itdiilers in
that revoked In a few particular. The
donation for -tatunrv at thestateeaplt.il
of J2.VJ.000 s changed to $100,000 for
statuary nt the city hall, San 1'r.mcl-ro;
the appropriation for Kev monument Is
reduc-d from S150.000 to SOO.OOO. Thu
$700,000 for Lake Tahoo oh-ervatory Is
committed to thu University of California,
to be Used lor the samu purpose ; the do
nation to the .Mechanic Art school N
raised from $300,000 to 5310.000; the gilt
to his son I- raised from 1,000 W S130,
000. Tor himself ho gives up Die Hen of
$'2.),000 annually and takes a gross sum
of $300,000. The estate becomes Imme
diately available for henctlci.iry purposes.
Ho will be ono of tho trustees himself.
Tho others will ho announced shortly.
-Most ol thu benellciarles have given
ns-l.tance to the new arrangements. No
doubt Is entertained as to the action ol
those not yet heard from.
Let tlie I'eople .Spenli.
Mamiattan, Kan.
It. V. 1'ir.itCE, llutUlo, N. V. :
Dear Sir : Your Favorite Prescription
has dono niv wile a world of good. Sim
has taken nearly two bottles and 'lus felt
bettor the past two weeks thin at any timo
in tho past two j c.w. No moro periodical
pvinsjnono of thatahlug stack or drag.
Ing icnsatlou In her stomach tho hcn
aeciistomcd to fork' voral years. I have so
muehcontiilciieolnlUhatl would bo per
lectly willing to warrart to certain custoin
cm of our- who would baghd to get hold of
relief at any expense. I hao tried many
Patent .Medicine--, hut never had any oeca
tlon to extol one teforo.
Very tiuly yours,
Oi:o. II. WiuriNii.
Mrs. I!. It. Dai.V, Metropolis, III , writes:
"Dr.lt. V. Pi kc My klstcrlunlng tho
Favorite Preseilptlon with great bene it."
MaisvAn.v Kitisnii:, l.obman, Pn., writes:
"Dr. it V. Plcrco AVhat I have taken of
your medicine has been ol more benefit to
iiie-thanall other and hundred of doctors'
bilfs."
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Proscription I told
by deal n In iiicdlcinos generally.
TIN W&
PtXnitV H.' It nMwneueJi.T-iiinmti,
tr-MuSSl';
W'urUMfr''0?''. '-"I r ,"ill.psiat-
lUiHtltn.
MAY 18, 1875.
BURGER & GO.
Still Ahead as Usual
This Finn has just brought on
an Immense Stock of
COMPRISING
ELT!E$r SEASON
Which they offer at-
MBBJPJGIEG PRICES
AND WHICH HAS CAUSED THE
"EVER SBEH
Cor. Ninth Street
dough 8c Warren Organ Oo.'s
(Lato SIMMONS & CLOUGI1 ORGAN CO.,)
isipi:ovi:t)
CABINET
,NU-
WComUios Organs
riiii.0 with Tim
SCRIBNER'S PATENT
n
Inrciillon hating a most limiortant Imirlnir on
liiejiii oi ttiiicn inc iiijiiiuy or toiiune oi lone u tvry urgei)
iiiciiswl,aed the quality of toneiendiml
" Oitrcelil.rali-l "Vox LVlrste." "Vox Humana." "WllroN I'atrut," "Oclavu Collider," tlio
channlnj? "Olio" or "tlarlunet" Stops,
t ioi.i i.uuria" ami
ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS
Cm bo obtained only In Ihc-e Oman!
Fifty DilToront Styles,
r or tno x'nnor ana itio umiruii,
Tlio Bost Matcrinl and Workmanship,
Quality and Volunio of Tono Unequalled.
Factory d Wimmi, Ccr. Cth and Cusgrsss
(Established in 1800.) Aconts Wanted in Uvory County.
Address CLOUGH & WARREN
I li-l-l3-2.'-3in.
SUBSCHIBE FOR THE
WEERLYBULIETIM
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
NO. 127.
Iilllllh
ALL THE-
3
IN CAIRO.
and Commercial Ave.
ORGANS
kiitlv ivi:ntkj
QTJAI.IFYING TUBES,
the faliire ivpiiUllon nf Und Inttrtimi'itU, by
"Genu Horn," "Cmnoim," "o Angiltt,"
$QO TO
Sic.
il uuiimii muuivitiii
ORGAN CO., Detroit, Mich.
O. CLOSE,
fisnenJ
Commission Merchant
AXD DEAUtlt tn
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
HAIR, &c.,
Under Cltr Rtloal luk,
I iffi ad" l'nnPreUrtt.,0U
JOHN B. PHXXXX8
AUD SON,
(Sucjtor to .John B. ridllli)
FORWARDING
AXIS
Commission Merchants
And Dralera In
HAY, ORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, etc.
Agenti for LAFLI5 SAKD POWDEX CO
ICoraer
Tenth Street
and Ohio
7.. D. .MatJitm.
MATHUSS
B.C.
Chi.
UHL,
FORWARDING
And Cncral
Commission Merchants
Dealers In
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
PRODUCE,
Q4i Oliio Xjovoo.
K. J. Ayrrs.
S. 1), Ayrca.
AYRES & CO.,
XT-XjOUJW.
And general
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
IIANKN.
THE
City National Bank
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
orricKiu .
W 1' HAU.HlAY, I'n-iil.lent.
HKXUY 1. HAU.1I)AY, Vice Prett.
A II SAV't'oltn, CanhliT.
WALTUIt IIYH1.U1', Asa't Cashier.
Ktaats Tayih, It. It. Ki-xxrxauiM,
.. IIllida; w. I". Uaujdat,
1. WitUAjnov, Srm-iicx jiibd,
A il. SArronu
Exchango, Coin and Unitod States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DCl'OSITS iwtlvc.1 and a general banking
hiiliieailont.
Enterprise Savings
BANK.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1889
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
orricKiu:
A II. SAl'KOKD, President.
S. S. TAYI.im, Vice l'rrsldent.
W HYtil.yl', .-ec'y and Ti-uuiirrr.
1'. At. IlAiicLAT. ( has Galiqiieu,
h'.M. Moi-KiLtrn, l'Atxd. acnuH,
It. II. CLT.M.VCIIAJI, II I,. Hallway,
J. M. I'iullii-..
IKTK11KST paid on ilrpniiu at the rate of tlx
percent )wr aiiiium, March Ut and Hiittm-
in-r isi. luifii-ii nut wnri'inuvn in wm immc
cllately to the principal of the deposits, thereby
K'iviiu; lhem coinuound intetvut
Married Womon and Children may
Doposit Monoy and no ono
olso can draw it.
Oiwn tTHV liuslnesisdsy frointa.m. to 3 n.m.
ami fatunlay evf nlu i lot mvings depo.lU only
Iromiitobd'cJucV.
W. HY3LOP, Treasurer.
THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
Transacts all kinds of a Loglti
mato Banking Business.
P C. CANKDY. Prealdent.
UENRY WELts, Vtee Preotdit.
THOMAS TEWIS, Cashier.
T. J. KEKTIJ, Assistant Cashier.
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