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THE DAILY ' CAIRO BULLET!
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL . 25, 1882.
M ayor N . B. Thistlewood.
Treasurer T. J. Kcrth.
Clerk-Duinls. J, Foley.
Couuslor--Wm. b. UUbert.
Marsbel-L. H. Meyers,
BOAVU OV AUJlftMSS.
KtrstWsrd-PetorSaup. T. M. Ktrubroueb.
rtecond Ward-Jesse Illnkle, C. N. Hughes.
Third Ward B. V, Blake, John Wood.
Fourth Ward-Charles 0. Patter, Adolph Bwo-
' (fifth Ward-T. W, IlalUdey, Brnest B, Pottlt.
Circuit Judgo D.J.Baker.
Circuit Clork-A. H. Irvin.
County Judre R. H Yocnm.
CountyClcrk 8.J. Hnmm.
County Attorney J. M.Damron.
Comity Treasurer Miles W. Fsrker.
Bheriff-John Uoduoa. -Coroner-K.
Kluizorald . ,,,.. .
County Commissloners-T. W. HalHday, J. A.
Glbbs and Peter hanp.
CAIRO BAPTIST. Cornor Tenth and Poplar
streets: preaching llrstend third Sundays In
etch mouth, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.: prayer meet.
CDCKCB OF TUB K-DKMBR-(BpUcopa1)
Fourteenth street; Bonday T:Wa m.. Holy
Kucbaalst; :30 a. m., Bonday school 10: a.m..
Morning prayers 6:00 p. ra.,evning njn. F.
P. Davenport, 8. T, U. Kector.
IMUST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHTJRCH.
T PreachlnfS at 10:!X) a. m., p. m., and 7 :80 p. tn.
iabbath school at 7:80 p. m. R. T. J. Shores.
JUTHKRAN-Tbtrteentn street; serrttee Bab
J bath 1 .30 a. m. ; Bonday school p. m. Kev.
METnODIBT-Cor. Blghtb and Walnut streets,
Proachlug Babbath ll:UQ.m. and 7:80 p. m.
Sunday School at 1:00 p.m. Kev. J. A. Scarrett,
TKE8BYTERIAN Klgbth street: pwhl'I M
1 Babbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:80 p. m.; prayer
meeting Wednesday 7:90 p. m.; Sdnday School
at 8 p. m. hoT. B. Y. Oeorge, paator.
ST. JOKI''B-.'Roman Catholic) Corner CroM
aujJfWaluut streets; services Sabbath .
ai. ; Sunday School at 3 p. m. ; Vespers P- ; "
rices every day at 8 a. m. Kef. O'llera, Priest.
ST. PATRIC'8- Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
street and Washington avenue; "i".
bath and 10 . m. ; Vespors l p. m.; Bun
p. m. services every day at 8 a. m. Rot. Masterson
E. R. TIME CABD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL H. R.
nunts Dinar. -"?!
Mall S:tJa.mtMaU vfinMS
tAccora'datlon.ll:10 a m Bxvre",
t Express 4:J0 p.m Accomdatlo8..4.05 p.m
MISS CKNTRAL B. R.
Mall 4:35a.mtMall .VIS
Express.- 10:16am I tBiprcss ll.30a.rn
C. A 8T. L. H. R. (Narrow Gauge.)
Accom'dation. 1:50 p.m Accoim,datolul2:Si p.m
8T.L., I.M. &B. R.R.
tKxpress ll:tfrp.m I tKprM- :JP-
Accoin oauon. s:30p.m I tAccom datlon.ll .45 a m
WABASH, BT. LOUIS CjnC JO.
Mall A Ki .... 5:00 .m 'Mali A Ex.... 0:89 p m
Dally except Sunday, t Dally.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Kunnint;
DAILY . TRAINS
Making Direct Oonneotion
Tbaivs Lia Caiko:
3:1 0 a m. Mall,
Arriving In St. Loni :45 a.m. : ChlcaRO. 8:80 p.m. ;
Connecting at Odin and Bfflngham for Cincin
nati, LouUvUlo, luillanapolia and polnU Eaat.
11:10 a.m. Bt. Ixuis and Wtern
Arriving In Bt. Loula 7:05 p. m., nd connecting
for alfpoiult Went.
4:VJO p.m. Fast Exprwa.
orBt. Loula and Chicago, arrlvtng at St. LoulB
10:10 p.m., and Chicago 7:30 a.m.
4:20 p.m. Cincinnati Kxpross.
Arriving at Clnclnnntl 7:00 a.m.; Louuvllle 7:20
a.m.; Indlanauolln 4:00 a.m. Paeeengora by
thla train roach ih above polnta 1U to JO
UOURS In advanco of any other route.
ry-The4:80 p. m. expre has PULLMAN
HLKEPING CAR Cairo to Clnclnuatl, without
changea, and tbroagh sleeper, to St. louU and
Fast Time East.
P oanti n-otM bT tn" 11,10 'broogh to Ka,t.
XttSSClll;cl3 rn potnu without any delay
'cansed by Sunday Intervening. The Satnrdny after
noon train from Cairo arrive, In new York Monday
morning at 10:35. Thlrty-slx hours In advanceof
bt other route.
rar-jTor through tickets and furthor Information,
annlv at Illlnol, Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
PA8. JOUNSON, if JONES,
Gen, Sontbera Agent. Ticket Agent.
A, B. HANSON, Oen . Pans, Agont. Chicago
EORQE U. LEACII, M. D.
Special attention paid to tho Homeopathic treat
ment of surgical dleea,e,, and dlsoaies of woman
"omce'on 14th street, opposite the PostOfflce,
Cairo, HI. ;
JJU. W. 0. JOCBLYN,
OFPICS-Elghtk Btroet, nearOorawercUl Atenna
JJU. B. W. WHITLOCK,
Omoa-No. 1st Commercial Arenue, between
Mgbth end Ninth SUeeU
Qt W. WHEELER,
Suininer Wood and Kiudlinf;
eonatantly on hand
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trimming," are coarse shaving, and make
the bolt summer wood for cooking purposes a well
as the cheapest ever sold In Cairo. Kor black
mlth's nse Insetting tlrvt, they are unequalled
Leave ynor orders at the Tenth street wood yard
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE llSiSeil STATES.
On and after Monday, June 7th, and nnttl inrther
notice the fen yboat will make trips as follows:
MAVIS LIAY1S LIATIS
Foot Fourth St. Mlssoarl Land'g. EontnclryLdg.
----M--- -- I -.-,
8:00 a.m. 8:80 a m. 9 a.m.
10:00a. m. tn :30a.m. It a. m,
2:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 3 p.m.
4:00p.m. 4:80 p.m. 6;00p. m.
2 p. m. 8:80 p.m. I p.tn
A New and Complete Hotel, fronting on Lcveo
Second and Railroad Streets,
Tb PaMenger IMot of the Chlcaeo, St. Louis
an" iow Orliis: Illinois Central; Wabash, Ht.
Louis and Puclflc; Iron Mountain and Hnnthern,
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and Ht. Louis Railways
are all Just across the street; while the Steamboat
Landing Is but one square distant.
This Untcl Is heated hy steam, has steam
Lanndry, Hydraulic Elevator, Electric Call Bells,
Automatic Ptre-Alarms, Dath,. absolutely pure air,
ported sewerage and complete appointments.
Superb furnitthlngs; perfect service; and an nn
t P. PAUKKIt As CO.,Lpssps
e e t t te , ) .
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
F. BUOSS. Prsnldent. I P. NBKP, VlcoPros'nt
H. WELLS, Caahlor. T. J. Kcrth, Ass't cash
V. Bross m Cti'.ro I William Kluw. .Cairo
Peter Neff " I Wllllnm Wol?.... "
O. M OHterloh ' ICO. l'atlor "
K.A. Bndor " I II. Well "
J. Y. Clumsou, Caledonia.
. A GENERAL HANKINO UDSINKS8 DONE.
Bxclmngo sold and bought. Intoroit pnld In
tlioHavtn its Department. Collections made and
all bustnusH promptly attended to.
NEW YORK STORE,
. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. :
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THIS CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
f .. i , . ,; . , . "
O. O. PAT1EH 6c CO..
Oor.Nlnoteonth street ; PaJrn Til
OoDimercIelAYenve , .vairU, His
IJ1UECITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Illinois.
71 OUIO LBVBB
A General Banking1 business
THOd. V. HALLIDAY.
JNTRPRISK BAVINQ BANK.
Of Cairo, t,
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOS. W. HALLIDAY,
STOVES AND TINWARE.
gTOVES! STOVES! I
ALL S0ET8, SIZES AND STYLES
Manufacturer ot And Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOB W0BE DONE TO ORDER
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. - Illinois
KILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hurhest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
PROPRIETOR OF 8PROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
rCKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
TIIE A. B. S AFFORD.
Dally packet botwoen Cairo and Mound CltT CaD
tain Andle Owen.
Leaves Cairo ?:.V) A.M.
' Mound City.., 8:.so " "
" Cairo ... U Noon
" Mound City l:S0 P. U.
" Cairo 4:30 " "
" Mound City 8 " "
r ASTER'S BALE.
State of Illinois, ) Circuit toort of Alexan
County of Alexnndur 1 "dor comity,
December Special form, A. V. 1881.
Jainet, tl. Mulcahuy,
Ambrose Elklns, Delltha Kllnns and George
1)111 in Chnucory to Foroclono MortnaRo.
I'uhllc notice lc hereby iflven, that, In pnrKiianco
of a ilecrue mailu and eulurod by said court In
tlio nbovo ontltWd causB, on the 8th day of Decem
ber, A, D, 18H1, iAluxandnr It. Irvln, master In
ctmnrory of tho sitld circuit court will,
on Tuesday, the second dsy of May Itwi, st tho
hour of U o'clock In the forenoon, at the south
wostorly door of the court house, In tho city of
Cairo, county of Alexander and Stnto of Ullnos,
sell at tmbllc auction, to the highest bidder, for
cash, all mid sinnulnr, thu fullowlni? descrlhod
nremlries and real estate In aald decree mentioned,
sltuato In tho county of Alexander and state of
Illinois, or so much tbereef as shall bo suniclent to
satisfy said decree, to-wlt! Part of tho sooth
halfof the aorthwest quarter of section Five R) In
township hixtuon (M) south, and In ranxo Two (U)
wnrtof of the third firliiciplo mnndlan containing
forty-five and fifty, auo hundredth acres, more or
Masttir In Chancery of the Circuit Court of Alex
ander County. .
DiroT.LiNaua, ComptaUant'i Solicitor, ; .
TLo John 13. Maud arrived yesterday at
11 o'clock aud left soon after fur St. Louis.
The Gus Fowler had a Rood trip yester
day. She arrived on time and departed
for Paducah soon after tho 4:20 p. m. train
Yesterday was quito pleneaut and in
cliiiod to be cloudy in the afternoon.
Business on tho wharf very good yester
day, Tho A. B. Safford entered upon her du
ties yesterday morning. Wo hope that she
may receive a patronago that will pay her
The Hickory out of Tennessee river for
Sr. Louis with a good trip of oak timber
and pig iron, left hero yesterday morning
at 9 o'clock. Capt. R-tndall Ballon com
mands. The Viut Shinkle from Memphis. Cap t
Geo. Thompson in charge and Col. G. D.
Moore in the office, landed hore yestorday
at 11 a. m. with a splendid freight trip
and quite a large passenger list. She added
some twenty more here. Among her pas
sengers we noticed . some very handsome
ladies. She hnd a splendid string band on
board, and left at noon.
Tho Chas Morgan for Now Orleans 'ar
rived at 8:30 p. m. Sunday evening. She
was loaded flat for the Crescent city.
The New and elegant Btcttmer City of
Cairo, arrived yesterday evening at half
past two o'clock, when sho stuck her nose
round tho bend below the city. A general
exclamation from the people on tho levee
was, there comes the "wheel horse" of the
Mississippi. She gracefully and swiftly
steamed into port, with tho beautiful stand
of colors presented by tho fair ladies of
Cairo, who manifest as much, if not moro
pride in this palace steamer, aB tho most
enthusiastic steamboat man could possibly
do. Just bofora she landed ; the stars and
stripes were hoisted to the highest point of
old democratic flag pole nn the levee in
honor of her maiden trip. She discharged
several hundred bales of cotton here, aud
under the strains of Bweet 'music departed
tor tho Future Great. May her future
career continue aa bright as her advent.
"Viva la" City of Cairo.
The John Scudder of Anchor lino' fame
arrived yesterday evening from St. Louis
on her way to New 'Orleans. 8he left at
10 o'clock p. m. with a pplendid trip.
Parties desiring to see the river editor
of The Bulletin can find him at tho Plan
ters Hotel which he makes his office.
Tho Granite State commandod by the
popular Captain W. C. Tichenor, will re
port hero this evening if not detaiued by
an overplus of business, however wo will
say with safety that she will reach here
at farthest early to-morrow morning for
Memphis. The state is fast and reliable.
Mr. Bob McCoy is her accomplished first in
the book keeping department.
The. B. S. Rhea arrived yesterday morn
inpr at 10 o'clock from Nashville. Sho left
on her rcutrn trip at 11 :30 a. in. Her pas
senger trip was good and sho Mono an ex
cellent way business in the Cumberland.
Capt. Tyner and all seemed to bo in
"jolly humor" not "J ally Hard,"possibly our
readers may not understand it, the crew
Tho Belle of Memphis leaves St. Louis
this evening for Cairo and points on the
lower Mississippi to Vicksburg. Sho will
report hero to-morrowevcning. .
The Baton Rougo leaves St. Louis to
morrow evening for Memphis and New
The Stc. Genevieve from St. Louis is due
this evening for Vicksburg.
Tho Upper Mississippi rising fast at St
River falling here with 29 feet 2 inches
on tho gauge.
The Ohio rising at Pittsburg but falling
at Cincinnati, Louisville and Evansville.
Capt. L. B. Conway with his popular
packet Fannie Tatum arrived last night
with a good trip fioni Cumberland river
and Paducah. Sho will go into St. Louis
with all the freight sho can handle.
Mr. E T. Jefferys, of Chicago, general
superintendent of the Illinois Central rail
road, was at The Ualliday yesterday.
Mr. W. P. Meslor, of Cobden, was in
tho city yesterday.
Mr. Wm. Carrigan, superintendent of tho
Iron Mountain railroad, waa in tho city
Mr.O. M. Alden was out again yesterday
after a weeks confinement with an af
fection of the livor.
Mrs.-E.C. Ford has almost entirely re
covered from her lato scvoio attack of sick
noes, gho was out on tho streots yesterday
for the first timo in several months. ,
Mr. J. E. McCrito,of Elco precinct, was
la the city yesterday.
Mr. J. W. Spies bocame tho father of a
flue girl baby yesterday morning
Mr. Bernard Smyth, who has been it St.
Mary's hospital for Bome 'weeks in a dan
gerous staje of sickness, was reported to
be on his death-bod yetiterday.
Wm. Dallam, representing tho popular
houso of Dallam & Bro., wholesalo boot
and shoe dealers, of Evansville, is a guest
of the Ilalliduy Houho here, and will leave
on his commercial tour by rail this morn
ing. Ho has mado some good sales in the
English Applo Tart There la noth
ing nicer than an English apple tart If
it is properly mado, which it should be
as follows: Pare, quarter, and core tho
apples; then slice thorn very finely into
a Jeep dish, ffrate some lemon peel over
them, and add some sugar in a email
u amity oi water; to make the crust
flaky, tako a pound of Hour and half a
pound of butter; place tho flour in an
curthenwaro basin, and break the but
ter tip into small pieces; mix balf of
these with tho Hour, thon slowly add a
littlo water, enough to blond all together
as voibruix it; take it out of tho biwin,
ami, having sprinkled tho board with
Hour, roll it out lightly onco as evenly
as you can; then tako moro of the
broken bits of butter and place at inter
vals over the pasto; sprinklo them with
Hour, fold tho pasto, and roll it agiiin;
onco moro place. tho brokon bits ot but
tr on it at intervals, dredgo it again,
fold it, anil roll out again; repeat this
proci"w a third timo; then place tho
pasto thus prepared over tho apples, so
that it covers tho edge of tho dish, and
cut it exactly all round; roll out tho
pieces you cut oil", and make a strip to
go over tho flat edgo, so that thoromay
be a doublo pasto all round it, and to
ive it a raised appearance take the ban
io of a teaspoon and press tho edges
lightly upward at regular intervals.
C'astard. Custaru is a great improve
ment to npplo tart, or, indeed, any tart,
and is very caaily nimla Beat up three
or four or moro eggs with half a pound
of augur; have ready some boiling milk,
which pour very slowly on tho T)caten
eggs, stirring carefully all tho time; add
a littlo flavoring almond or only lemon
pool; strain it into a pitcher, and place
the pitcher in a saucepan of boiling wa
ter, letting the water boil until tho cus
tard begins to thicken; it must be well
watched and stirred constantly or it will
curdlo; when it thickens, turn it into
glnsnes to get cold
Sour Milk Pancakes. Ono quajt of
milk, one teaspoonful of soda dissolved
in hot water, a littlo salt, and egg; add
flour, and mix to tho consistency of thick
cream. These aro very nico.
Broiled Sweetbreads. Take tho heart
sweetbread, which has tho finest flavor,
boil it; llitu split, open, season with salt
ant' pepper, rub thickly with butter, and
sprinkle with flour. Broil over a quick
lire, turning it constantly. Cook in this
way about ten minutes, if you aro care
ful to turn it constantly, and sorvo with
Lettuce Salad. Cut up a head of let
tucj very linn, then inako a dressing of
one cup vinegar, half-teaspoonful mus
tard, ono of Htigar; add a littlo salt and
leppcr if liked. I'Lice slices of hard-
oi U.'d eggs over tho ton. i
To Pry Smelts. Wash, cut off tho
Una, and dry with a cloth; meltaspoon
f ill of butter, and into it stir tho beaten
yolks two eggs, salt and Hour tho smelts
a little, dip into tho ogg and butter, roll
in grated bread crumbs, and pltiugo into
boiling fat; fry until a bright yellow
brown. Servo upon a napkin garnLshed
with fried parsley.
Eseal'ipud Outers. Two quarts of
oysters, half a cupful of butter, half a
cupful of cream or milk, four teaspoon
fuls of salt, half a teaspoonful of pepper,
two quarts of stalo bread crumbs, and
spico, if you choose. Butter tho escalop
dishes, aud put in a layer of crumbs,
and then ono of oysters. Drodge with
tho salt and pepper, and put small
pieces of butter hero and thero in tho
dish. Now have another layer of oys
ters, seasoning as before; then odd tho
milk, and, finally, a thick layer of
crumbs, which dot with butter. Bako
twenty minutes in a rather quick ovon.
Tho crumbs must bo light and flaky.
Tl9 quantity givou above is enough to
till two dishes.
An American journalist, Mr. Forney,
now travelling lu Europo, thus describes
the beggars oi that country:
Tho moment an American is soon in
Loudon he is known and is seized and
speculated on. At every street-crossing
you aro besot by importunities from the
If you get into a cab, a ragamullin
tears open tho door and pushes out a
dirty hand for pay, and if you drive to
a station, you arc sure to find a beggar
waitiug there to levy contributions on
you.- The janitor at tho Museum, tho
guido at tho show castles, the conductor
on tho railroads, are all candidates for
The street paupers of tho French capi
tal are few; the vice of diiuk does not
turn men into fiends and tho women in
to slaves; and tho habit of economy In
the little aid to tho wovk-poople niakoi
that littlo go far in promoting their clean
lincsrt and self-respect.
But tho beggars of Italy. Heavon
save tho mark what a sot they arcl
Hard times seem to have mado thetu
harder, dirtier aud moro repulsive Tho
very Italian children are taught to solioil
alms beforo they cau syllable prayers.
Tho priests imploro you for sequini
in trie cathedrals and ehurcluj, tho
cripple holds out his palsied hand,
tho lepor exposes his liidoousncss, th
consumptive looks from her dying eyci
all for money; and when you uoellm
they hurl their bitter opitheU after you,
This curse is exceptionally scarce in
Germany aud in Switzerland it id rapid
Ij pni.sug away, k .'. - ' !
How an fgyptian Village was Been 07
A village consist of a number of
cubes, parailelopipedea, and other rec
tangular shapes, that answer for habita
lions. This geometrical architecture Is
followed, I suppose, in memory of Eu
clid, who was a native of Egypt.
These rectilineal houses are built
mostly of mud or mud bricks, and have .
a doorway, and several other small open
ings, in tuo side walls. I observed some
of them were constructed of palm
branches interwoven and plastered also
with mud. At ahy rate, one of these
villages looks moro liko a geological
formation than a human ono. One of
them, in particular, that I passed, somo
fifty miles from Alexandria, looks liko
a landscape from the terrace epoch.
Most of these communities are situat
od besido a pool of stagnant water.
This site, I suppose, is especially chosen,
as it allbrds easy means of getting water
for culinary purposes. As the rato of
speed on tho Alexandria and Cairo rail
way is rather slow, I many times caught
a glimpse of a maiden, standing on the
banks of one of these miasmatic pools,
doing a little washing. They used for
the purpose largo shallow stono bowls.
In some instances the water is led about
tho place in a ditch; in others I saw
girls carrying water to tho village In
largo stone-ware vessels, gonerally upon
their heads. The sunny part of tho
te-wn is patronized at this season of tho
year (January) by tho nialo portion of
the inhabitants, who do a tall amount of
Life is, however, better dlsplayod up-
on tho roof. This is tho general camping-ground
for both animate and inani
mate objects. There aro innumerable
siestas, commencing at sunrise, and pro
longed till sunset The matron hangs
her clothes here, attaching ono end of
the line to the chimney, and the other
end to ono of tho raalo sleepers. Tho
dogs retire here after eating till they are
stupid from a carcass that lies near the
houso.x The cat and dog are here on
good terms, which was probably not the
case an hour before in the space about
the carcass. Tho chickens and goats
occupy that part of the roof not occupied
by tho sleepers.
Ono thing I novcr romomber to have
seen on tho roof, and that is tho Arab's
patient littlo donkey.
Tho canino portion of these commun
ities may be divided into those that are
white and those that are black. If the
white dogs are in tho minority at any
particular timo, they aro very promis-
cuously chewed by the black" and vice
t'crsa. A canine color feud!
A Mock Marriage.
Sam Price was recently tho victim of
a moot ridiculous practical joke, says tho
Portland Oregonmn. It seems that tho
festive Samuel, who is only about 45
years old, lxicame enamored of a pretty
young girl who occupies the position of
chambermaid at tho Richmond bouse,
which fact was well known among the
boarders of tho caravansary. Tho girL
on account of the difference in their ages
and social position, did not reciprocate
his manly aft'ection, but allowed him to
continue his devotions. Recently an
. oireminate-looking waiter named Jas
por, who works in the house, was dressed
in a neat-fitting lady's costume, and
when Prico made his usual evening call
presented himself in tho place of the
chambermaid. Price did not notice the
deception in tho partially darkened
room, and was overjoyed when, on press
ing his suit, as usual, tho supposed cham
bermaid consented to tho marriage.
Price, being a man of business, wanted
the nuptials consummated immediately,
to which "sho" also consented.
James Woods, a driver in the Oregon
Transportation Company's employ.who
had previously dressed in femalo attire,
acted as bridesmaid; James Hall, an old
Californian, was palmed off as a justice
of the peace, while James Johnston, tho
originator of tho Boll, was best man and
master of ceremonies. The rito was
performed in room 21, with duo solem
nity,' every ono engaged in it flaying his
part so well as to completely dupe the
overjoyed Samuel. After tho sealing
kiss and subsequent congratulations tho
bride ran into tho hall screaming, and,
as had been planned, brought a crowd
of probably forty people to the room,
who set Samuel completely wild with
their jeers and yells. Prico did not say
much, but was soon a short timo after
with four revolvors, two broech-loading,
double-acting rifles, and a cannon in his '
Tho literary industry of the lato Jacob
Abbott was extraordinary. During his
busy life ho wroto 1H0 volumes, besides
doing a vast amount of editorial work,
aud contributing many articles to llor
per' a Montldy. ; N
FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
Vulcan Iron Works
93 OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO. II J&
JOHN T. RENNIE."
AVINO established works at the above men
Honed place Is better tiruiiared' than ever for
miintifiicturftiK Steam Uuxlues and Mill Jtschlnery.
Having a Hlvam Hammer and ample Tools, the
manufacturing of all hinds of Machinery, Kallroad, ,
btramhoat and llrldne Forging made specialty.
Knuuclal attention Klveu to repairs of Kugluee
and Machinery. .
Itrass Castings of all ktnps made to order. , "
I'lpe KlttlnR In all Its branches. '
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This Wick kIvhs a Drtlllunt W bite LlRht, etipsrt-
or to was, requires no trimming ann ieu ior o
nv months, as the Oil fcnrne and not the wlek. 1
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