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W. L BRISTOL,
Roops everything pertaining to
(luunoo 01 oiapio ana ancy uro-
series, wooaonwaro, vegetables,
Fruits, &c, &c.
Try My Now Stylo Mixed
T 25 JSiL 9
umcrcnt combination From any
jjeioro unerea in tno mamcr,
and of Excollcnt Flavor.
Sweet axd Rich
Central Hop Yeast
AkuIu This Sumraor.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
ST. JOHN'S and
Orders for Coal by the car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
prompuv uuouuuu to.
OTTo largo consumers and all
manufacturers, wo are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
aaomn or year, at uniform rates.
CAIBO CITY COAL COMPANY.
ttHJlllilay Bro.'a office, No 70 Ohio LcTtc.
u-iiuifiuiiy uro. 'a wcariuoJl
rt-At EmutUn Mills, or
tf-At the Coal Dump, foot of TMrty.EJgbt
ZS" l'ot Offlc Drewtr. sen.
i IttUU Dealer in
Importod from Now York City.
IVFPfiT . No. 178 Wasbinston Ave,
UjJlUl Corut'r Eleventh St.,
A OAXH.O, XT aT i
Evor prcsont "BeBt for tho Weary."
Muttre.bti, l'itlows amlUolelus ut
G. W HICK'S
Corntr of Ninvlecnlli and I'nnlar ntrctli. .
iwtxa me ev York store and Col . Tnvlor'a of-
trtJSta. full i u iT.ltin Inn it Ml.
SiJ mSiJV' 'S?1 1'lKln njiurk MaltrcDSM, i
?fl,5;,Co.un,!,;i Hlnfle nnli.rlli Jlattrr!C4 at
-fi'iSf? rr'J" VJ, ""IU'0 '"l tlmm. 'If ran
rrivata Pretoviptlon Book.
Bcf.r. CAtimltioi .or dovtcr rr Chron.
tu.ul ttoiuat PlicMra.Aiihm.,
HrcocLlll., I'.tdfrb, 4'luui.1od. 1 llti,
Kl.luU. V.iUtr.li', lljdi-t.l,.. ftr.'fu.
Icu.. H5rll)lll nuj fkla Mir.. i.. III.
r I nui'Ulai, r.ni.lu HV.loi.i. hl.lurr
!l..f, H.inln.l and N. Tr.n. T)m.
irihitt' Ki'' ""I Imprudeut
i.l ' '.!: Hi'. nini) ni.1 In. Ml.
M ' niHiik 80 CfDU lur llit rrlrnl.
Prcrlptlon B2oi ' I'.'.-i .n-i tm
Harris mam 1
NHtylftf V)rU. AoarfH
omso, aiu.llati.ri. u.ilAJja.e. Cstat Tvroirth. Street an.il "Vraioklnetsn. .A.voie.
VOL. 7. CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY, JULY 111875. NO, 173:
R. SMYTH '& CO.,
Wholesale nnd Ketiill lenlr In
Foreign and Domestic
WIXEM OF AU KIWDM,
No. 00 Ohio Levee,
MKSSIlr. SMYTH A CO hate. antly
a lurne stock r the lMt rooU In the mar
Ut, anil irleeeclal attrtitloii tilth'' wlioliwiU
rniich or the hunlneiM
IOE! ICE! ! ICE!!!
Wholusula ami Kttall Dealer in
PURE LAKE IOE
Cairo and Kankakee, III.
At Hulrn ft Wilson's, Corner Twelfth St
ana unio jovce.
I wilt nin mi Ire wuxou throughout the
iion, ilcltvrriiitr pure lake li In any
juirt of the city attlie Iowet market iric', ami
will aUofuruUh my Irlcml, outaiili-thcelty with
cr br the rake or ear load, turknl In rawtlunt
or tfilument to anv distance.
Corucr XZiflxtla. Stx-oot,
WH. WETZEL. Proprietor.
ATKL'STV watch kept nhrht and day for
tralus nti'I ateaiulmaU.
'Ilie lwt of nocoMUiiiMlitlotn
jrut-t at Two Hollar wr ituv
WIKtLKHAU: UKUt T.IIN.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOF.NTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Levee.
It A Thorn.
I.. I. Thorn.
THOMS & BROTHER,
(Hucccisora to II M Ifulen,)
Ami tlralrra In
STAPLE AND FANCY
Foreign and Domestic Fruits and Nuts
184 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
i Commission Merchant,
Re. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
Ql'KClAt,ntt(mtion glvcu toconsiKiiincnn ami
kJ mllD2 onleri.
B. F. PARKER,
faints, Oils, Varnishes
all Papor, Window OIbbs, Win
aow onaacB, sc.
Ahvnv on liaml, the celebrated llluiiiliiallii
Corner Eleventh Street and Washing
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
OT. 0. ZIXJ33Xj,
BINDER AND BLANK UOOK
lulleUn Baildlnv, Corner Twelfth Street
ad Washington Avenue,
M0onntT and Itallrotd Work cIaUr,
Anrclotof Emprrnr Wllllntii.
There h, navs a Ilerliu letter, a cliarm
ItiK llltlo tuipcilote curn-iit hero Just now
a'otit the Kuipcror Willlatii sliowiiifr Iil8
klmlneM of liwirt to perfection, l our
little tflrls of our acquaintance have been
In the habit, for some years past, of bow
liiff to the Kmperor very enlhuslastlcal y
whenever they met lilm In their walk In
the "Thiergarteii." where, as It well
known, the Mivereljtii may bo even alinon
every clay with only onu servant bcl;k'i
hi coachman. Lat year the little lr s
f only mleil their dally nod from till
Mijuity,aiid when his birthday came
ro ind. Just after the end ol his lonir III
n in, they were most anxious tofcend lihn
tlielr congratulations. After many con
sultations four little boqtiets were tied
toxether with a blue ribbon. liW favorite
color, accompanied by a little anonymous
note penned by the icrlljc of the party, in
which "the lour lltle k'lrls In the habit of
tfrcetliiL' his majesty in the park send lihn
their best wMiw lor his birth-day," etc.,
and Edit to the palace early in the morn-
luir aim tuumi in ins room. iucc inai
time the little .sNters have been :rra'"
and made b.ippymnny a time 1V -eious
nod fruui llil CmiM-Tor, who
heir excited imagination, seemed to
look at them o inquiringly. And proti-
tbly the tight ot the four little girls
res!.'U exacuv aiim; iii.iku nun unim ui
is lour little boquets, for when, some
eeks ago, auotlier itirtntiay louuu nun
1th no traces of last year's Mcknw?, mid
iilv tln ri'iii:iliH dt':i li"ht iiidNioltioii.
mil four tittle bonnets with an anony
mous note, again found thi ir way to his
tabic, lie was evidently determined
to llud out the little donors. The infor
mation lie wanted was not obtained until
wan hi eubaden : nut as toon as lie
did know he sent oil four beautiful pho
tographs of himself, signed by Iiluuelf
with his own Initials, one for each little
girl, and with them lie made them u
prcmely happy by sending back their
own note, at the beginning and cm of
which nc nan written tome very gracious
words of thanks for their pretty thought
of him. Those children will bo detotcd
to the Emperor William for the ret of
their lives ? The only drawback to their
happiness now U not to know which of
them Is eventually to be the happy poi
scs.sor of that precious document. Of
course it i to be framed, anil It will nave
the place of honor in the house, but who
is to keep It, "alway, ':" That Is the knotty
Wiik.v milk poitM Nsilillii'r will make
It sweet ntpiln. The whey separates Iroin
the citnl. and the Tornier U better .than
shortening In breath
Wiiiti: horn hnttoiM in.iv he made to
imitate niotlicr-ot'iiuirl by heinir boiled in
a MUtiratctl solution of niffar of lead and
then End In a very dilute hydrochloric
Saniuiuc vnniih U the het material
for nienriiiij? planter inodeN. .Saturate
tne uroken gunaces tiioroiii;niv. Dress
them well togetlicr, and allow them to
We conv from our exchanges the fol-
lowing n-eful Item ior the hentllt of our
lady lriends: bllvcrware may he kept
bright and clean hy coating .the articles
warmed) witn a solution of collodion
To UuMOvnSTAi.NiritOjri iii:H ASiii.
t (Irons Miliiliurie acid In a riuart
of rain water will remove Irult,
tlye-stnin, or stove blacking from the
11:111115. isc earciiu not to tirop acid on
To take nillilc' from linen, mix soil
soap witn sta'cli powueml, nan the
nnantlty ot 'alt, and a niece of lemon,
and lay It ou both sides with n paint
uru?n. i.er it ue in tne oien air on
grass K preferable till the stain ! re
A biMi'LK mode of keeping butter in
warm weather is to set over the dish con
taining it a large Mower pot or unglazed
lartlienware crock, Inverted, Wrap u
wit cloth around the covering vessel, iuiil
nlace the whole where there is a draft of
Snowballs. 1 enp of sugar, 2 eggs.
1 tableaiioonfiils of milk. 1 teasnoontul of
cream of tartar, 1 teaspoouftil of soda, If
the milk Is sour; if sweet, teasnonful ;
Hour enough to rou into oaus. try m
lard, dip In the white of an eg, then
white sugar till while all over.
CuttRAST Vixkoau. To make 10 gal-
loustake rpiatts of ripe currant juice,
put in a j ir and let It remain a day or
two, removing the scum ; add 1 gallon of
molasses, and water enough to make tip
the ten gallons ot iiqttoret it in tne sun
or a warm place. Deing carctui tocxcnuic
Insects, ami It will soon become good vin
egar. CunnAXTAiiE. i ho currant owes Us
refreshing achlitv to malic acid, which
makis'it pccularily grateful.when prepar-
d us a drink for notn sick aim wen. a
pleasant hnpromtu drink Is made by
lliasuillu u-iutv eiiriitiun uni jiumiuj; mini
into water; then strain the whole through
any thing that will retain the stems,
skins and seeds ; sweeten and reduce with
water to taste, grating in a Utile nutmeg
Some i'otxr.s ix llirrEit Making. Jt
Is to skhn when the lingers can be drawn
through the top without having the
cream eloe behind It. When cream will
do this it is about ripe enough to churn.
When cream foams iu the churn It may
bo cured by warming. Cream should not
be churned as soon as taken from the
milk. It should bo stirred and allowed
to ripen all alike. This will occur in
twelve hours or bo. Hut cream should
not stand until whey is formed in cream.
Kurtli Current Jn Tclograh I. lues.
A Mr. bchwendler. who. in thu year
1SU3, was entrusted with the introduction
of a new system of testing telegraph lines
in India, took that opportunity to do his
work so thoroughly as to secure nil the
data necessary for the quantitative deter
mination of the electro-iuotlvo lorco iu
tho line. Over 10,000 determinations
have been mado during the past six years,
and he deduces lrom these tho conclusion
that all tho lines hi India uro affected by
natural currents of electricity. These
currents nro, as It were, negative or cop
per currents (lowing from tho east to the
west. Tho strength ot tho natural cur
rent Is very variable. The variation In
strength nnd direction on parallel lines
ot telegraph, are very uniform. Tho
prevailing direction of tho current Is gen
erally also the direction of tho maximum
currents. Ho considers himself now
fully Justified In establishing an improve
ment of tho system, for the purpose of In
vestigating these currents, nnd his prop
ositions having been urged strongly upon
tho attention of the Indian government
have been favorably received by II.
Coiitnmlnnleil Drinking- Water anil
Dr. Ilaegler, ol Ilasle. gives tho details
of an outbreak of typhoid fever In the '
village ot Latiscn, near iiasle, where tint i
ordinary conditions that hare been Mid I
to govern the disease, such ns tho char
acter ot tho subsoil nod subsoil water. '
were cxtrcinejy unfavorable for the de
velopment of the dheasc, nnd where. In
fact, for a long time, thero had
l)eeii no typhoid. In Atnrust, 57
cases occurred within a space of
nine days, nnd iu nil the houses in the
village except six, while these six drew
their water supply from a source entirely
dlllerent lrom the other". On Investiga
tion It was learned that two mouths pre
vlotialy there had been eases of tvphold iu
a farm house not far from the village,
and that tho dejections of the patients
had been thrown Into a llttlo stream run
ning through tho yard, or Into a ditch
communicating with It; this stream
olned the larger one that supplied the
village. Other excrcmatlous matter had
also been thrown upon the dung heap,
from" which a drain led to the same stream.
Dr. llaeglcr concluded lrom thO'c facts :
1. That tho epidemic of typhoid fever,
iu this Instance, wns the result of drink
ing water contaminated with 'the dejec
tions of typhoid patients.
-2. Hobclfcrvc that trnhold fever tle-
ircJid-.:,--;. poUaii .obtained
lrom typhoid patients, utner piunu mai
ler and decomposing organic substance-',
and, at any rate, the tilth and privies ami
dmiieaps with which the typhoid dejec
tions may uc nimgieu. cannot, prouuee
the dleae, since this Instance shows
that Hid drinking water ol the
town had been fouled by these sub
stances for years without producing any
H. The ordinary Miration of contamin
ated water by Its passage through the
ground, will not disinfect the water or
furnish any protection against the action
of the typhoid noi?on. Jov ml of .in.
Ite-l'nrlionicliiff ur siecl.
Wo recently had the plea-uro of wit
nessing a series of novel experiments In
the re-earboul7ing of steel, the result be
ing hi every detail highly satl-factory.
The Cardiff Engine Works was the scene
of tho experiment, and tho process of re
cirbonMiig the steel was Introduced by
Mr. D. Drummond, of Swansea. The
material u-ed Is a nearly liquid composi
tion, and Mr. Drummond simply placed
it iu the hand of the foreman ot Messrs
Kllintt & Jeffrey, the proprietors ol tho
worKs, witn instructions now to use it.
We will give one of the experiments. A
common chisel, Iu uu for chipping rivet
heads. was placed iu one of
the smith's lorges and heated until it.was
burnt. Tills was repeated three times,
until It was rendered quite useless lor
any purpose whatever. It was then
placed in the competition, tempered In
the usual way. and ground ou the side of
an anvil, and violently struck with a chip
ping nainmcr. a niece oi eiiiiied imn
was then cut, the edge of the chisel re
maining intact, to the astouUhmcnt of
the onlookers. The composition has the
wonderful property ol making bad steel
good, and good steel nearly impregnable
An employer hJswnily to get a tin of the
couipoiiiiu, prepare me ciuuug portion
oi me ctihei or turning tool. lrom line
rior steel, and It will stand as well as If
the tool had been made from the best
steel ; or ir the best material I used, the
tools will last for iv surprisingly
long period. The composition, we have
Imjcii Informed, was tried at llyrnace Col
liery last week, In the presence of Messrs.
Dunn and FrancU, mining engineer". A
steel-set chisel was treated Iu the uual
way. A 10-pound sledge hammer then
drove It through a '.Much bar without
turning the edge. Two chisels were .sub
sequently made by Mr. Dunn's wrder out
ot one bar of steel, one of the chicls be
ing treated wllh Driimmoud's mixture.
and the other being tempered In the us
ual way. I lie latter, alter cutting a hole
G inches in depth, was quite unlit for use,
wnereas tne otner cut nve noics ot vari
ous depths, from C Inches to .1 feet 5
Inches, and was then none the worse for
wear. South Waki Dally -Vcici.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Vory Close,
llorner 10th St. and Commercial Av
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
BK.il. RSTATi: Ali:XT.
JOHN a. HARMAN & CO.
:0NVEYANCER8. NOTARIES PUBLIC
Land Aitents of the Illinois Central and
iJuriuiBion ana uuuicy . n.
North Cor. Sixth Mil Ohio Levee,
!. i. IIOWI.KV
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
FIT71 AT. Xi3MT.U.-JbJ
3ollootop and Conveyancers
OPriC0-At the Court Houet.
Clough 8c Warren Organ Co.'s
(Lato SIMMONS & CLOUGH OROAN CO.,)
iirru) "till Tin:
SCRIBNER S PATENT
An Invention lisvtn,
S a most Iimiortiinl lairing un
ue.in ofvhfcli the quantity or
Ed to U d k h h
" Our releliratnl "Via Cele.le," "Vox Humana."
charmlns "Cello" or "Clarionet" fttoin,
"Mom htheria" anil
ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS
Can tie otitamc-il only In lliesc Organs.
Fifty Difforont Styles,
For tho Parlor and tbo Church,
Tho Beat Material and Workmanship,
Quality and Volume of Tono Unequalled.
Facioij asd Warsrosns, Ccr. 5th and Cncgress Sts., DETROIT, HICHI5AN,
(Established in 1850.) Agents Wanted in Every County.
Address CLOUGH & WARREN ORGAN CO., Detroit, Mich.
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
EO. H LEACH, M. D.,
Dr. I.i-jcIi lia bail u large cxiicrlciu-u in the
practice of JkMIcineand surjrery. .'3iecltil nt
tentlon imlit to the llomieoipatlilc treatment of
Surgical ilUeaeai, nml ilUca'es of women ami
JC5""rr.icr. Corner Comm ri:l Avemiu nml
Ninth ttrcet. ll-7-l-tf
ILLIAM B. SMITH, SI. D.
IlESIDKXCKi No. il TlilrtutU ttrccl, be
twetn WasIiliiKton uvcnuo anil Walnut street.
OFFICE: Xurth fMu of Eighth street be
tween Commercial anil 'ajIiIiiKtouaniic.
W. DUNNING, M. D.
UESIDHN'CEi Comer Ninth ami Walnut
OFFICE i Corner Sixth Hrect nml OhIolevce.
OFFICE 1IOUU5; From Ca. in, 12m , ami
jyt. W. BLAUW,
OFFICE: IJuiler'n itlock, (iii-etlrs) , corner
Eijhtli 6treet nml Washlniitou aTCUUc.
OHN B. MULKEY,
Attorney at Imw.
OFFICE: F.IkHUi Street, lictweni Commer
cial ami Wiishlnstou ienuoa.
1 AMUEL Y. WHEELER,
Attorney ut Law.
OFFICE: Ohio Levee, over room fonmtly
occupkil hy First National 15.iuk,
QREEN & GILBERT,
AttornoyN ami CoiuiNclorN
OFFICE! Ohio Levee, rooms 7 ami S
Clly Nntloual Hank,
William II Green.
William II. (Illhert,
MiltM Fit-l'k UlllKit.
CJ,iiflal attention ghen to Ailmlrully anil
7tOH the Bix-oty cure of Seminal Weakness.
VUi0"tManhooil ami oil ilUeiilcra hroiiHht
ou by Inillscretlona or excem. Any DmgRl't
Ihe fulure reputation of Itccd In'lriimentt, lr
volume of loin- Is viry largely
0 of ti: S&me 'if.
Wilcox Patent," "Octave Coupler,"; e
Horn," "Cremona," "Vox Angclet,'
I. AGO TO IQOO.
MRS. Ij. J. SPEARS,
West aiJo Cominorolnl Avonue, between
Kiirbtli uutt Ninth stresU,
(Next iloor to I
llurjcvrV ilry rooJ stoi-e.)
A full line of IlieJuUitmi't inot
styles of .
HATS AND BONNETS
nlwavs on haml. Also evrv liirlcty of
Ribbons Laces and Trimmings,
from the i hejpent to the inoit costly. Ijilles
will llml any unit even'thtmr In herntore for a
complete ttrcct, Imll or party outllt.
1'ini'j io comeiu wiiu any in tno hcai.
fJAlo ngent for the Home hewlnu Machine.
Wholesale, Retail and
m 23 loo Ik.,
Corner Foplar and
jup-HiKhoac cash Price paid for
Hoes and Cattlo.
KORTllSIDE OF KiailTll STItEE'I
Between Washinifton and Commercial
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Washington ind Oosauerelal
venues, adjolnms; Hanny's.
KEEPS for aale the best Beef, rsrk. Mutton
Veal, Lamb, Hauwgv, to.. aaU u pre
Prl lo rfnre fnuilllee iu an aoorpubls aiauiirr
And drain In
FLOUR, MKALQRAIir MAY,
j CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
CI ant nil
AMD DIAL v
LIMS, GMMMSCB, ZLAITn.
VuUr CUr IUMmmI luk,
prices, addliur rrriahl.
JOHH M. PRIIXIM
(SitcceMon to Jobs . rhIUti)
And Dealers in
HAT, COBN, OATS, FLOUB,
Afat$ lor LATUM XAJTB T9W9TM M
Montr Temtte "itVMt mmi. Okla
.. U. MulLnss.
FLOUB, GHAIN, HAT AND
E. J, Ajrrj.
s. D. Arrcs.
AYRES St CO.,
H W. r.VllKtR.
J. II. WU9.
PARKER, AXLET ft WILD,
(Successors to Parker A Axley,)
, Dealers in
Ha', Corn, Oats, KouijjSQd Couo
try Produce Generally
100 Commercial Avenue, CAISO, ILL.
dtabt. rmu. u. ir. ciwuxoaax.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
Ciiccc9aorti to Miller A Parker,)
Ami Dealeri In
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN. HAY,
01 wown, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
!CJWe have leased the ijtrm viim wm
home, totsiw rapacity 3,w torn, which lv
in ample facilities for alorlng and shlpplag'
C. N. HUGHES,
NONE but rint-Cbus Comnsni "
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Xatidnsi laak IslUUf. tvtairi.
The Oldsat Established Aae7 In eU
m Illinois, rsirssssiMin- evxr
165 000 000.
BOX Mid BASKET 00
-rxir i a
Allklads sard asd ,)
FLOOEIXO, SIDOrO, ZtATM,
MU1 sai Tsri,
Jormar TWrty.jitk Mmt ui