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HE DAILY - CAIRO BUI
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 11, 1082.
Mayor N. II. Tbistluwood.
Treasurer T J. Brth.
('lurk-Iftunla. J. Kolwy.
(;ouimiU.r--Wm. H. Oil hurt.
MnrHlin.) L.. II. Meyer". , ,
Attorney -William Hendrlcke.
KHHII or AUXKM1N.
f trt W ard - Win. Mc Halu. T. M . Klmhrongh.
s. r oii'l Witd-Jwn iluiklH, C. N. Ilu)liei).
Third Ward-U. K, Blaku, John Wood.
K.nirU Ward-Churle. 0. Patter, Adolph Bwo-
"vlnh Ward-T. W. llaMday, Brneet B. PettU.
Circuit Jilili'H -D.. I. linker.
Circuit Clerk-A. II. Irvln.
County Judw-R. il Yocurn.
County Clurk-H. J. Hiimrn.
County Attorney-J. M. Dainron.
County Truasurer-MiUe V . Parker.
Coroner-R. 1'itrf erald -..., , A
County Commlsslonera-T. W. Halllday, J. A
(llbb. and l'uler taflp.
AIKO IHPI'IST Ooruer Tenth and Popla'
C wVriirhlnK nr-land third Hundaya in
"mitl , 11 a. m. and 7:A p. m ! prayer meet-
iHCRCn OF TIIK KKDKKMEIMKplcP')
C KouVt"uth rect;Bund.y 7:00 a m.. , foly
Kuchr(it; : " . Huntey wtaool : '1 UJ m..
Morning Prayer.; 7:30 p. m.. Evening Prayer.. F.
p. Davenport, S. T. B. Hector.
1 1 HUT MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHUBCBj
V Preaching at W:au t. n... p. n.. nd :0 p.m.
.hhatu action! t 7:: p. m Rv. T. 1. Bhorea,
f L'THURAN-Thlrteotith trwt; atrrlu:. Bab
1. baibl.aoa.ra.; Sunday .chooljp.m. Rev.
MKTHODIKT Cor. Eighth and Walnot .treeU,
Preaching H.bb.th l:(U 4. m.
.Sunday bcboJlat oS-op. m. lluv. J. A. acarrett,
TJKKSBYTKKIAS -Eighth .treet:
I Sabbath at l:uu n 7:d0 p. m , prayur
B;MuK WdUl. at 7:30 p. m. i Banday bcbeol
itTp m. Rv h.Y.Oeore,pa.tor.
T. JOSEPH'S--. Roman Catholic) Crr1
O aud Walnut itnwta; arvlca Sabbath 10 . ,.
av; Suudty School at p. m. ; V espere t p. m. . aer
rce. every d, at 8 a. m. Rev. O'tlara, Priest.
ST PATRICK'S- Roman Catholic) Corner Ntoth
.'twet and Wa.hli.Kton avenne; J
oath 8 and 10 a. m.; Ve.pra a p. m.; Boi
p. m. acrvicci every day at 8 a. m. R. MooU-reou
Ji. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL H. K.
Mail H:ISa.m tjfall V?.m
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tKiprvM pm I Accindatlo..4.(5 p m
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4M.M .... 4::rta.mltMall s:ip.m
Kxuroi 10:1 J.a m
8T. L. 4 (. R R
Exjiri'. 1" '- a m
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(Narrow (aui(e )
Kxprwfii 4: P m
Accoui'datolb li:l p ni
A 8. It. It.
rKxprcw ilVi.p.m I tKxpr. ".......;. S:W P "
fAccorn WMion. :.)pin I tAcim datlon II A am
WAIIASH. T I.OV IS A PACIFIC K'Y CO
Mall Kx .... 5:tvmMall A Kx.... W P m
Daily cxrept Bnndy. tl'ally.
MOBII.F.AOIIIO R. U
Mall ..f,::v.a.m. Mall 7 V p m
Hxpn-.n :; a.m. Kxproa 7 P t"
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv lAno Kunnin
O DAILY TRAINS
J From Cairo,
Making Diukot Connkction
Tbaimr Lt Caiiui:
3:1 T u ill. Mrtil.
Arrlvtng In 8t. Loui. 9 4.5 am ; (Jlilrapi,H:S0 p.m. ;
C'uiinortiiiK at Odin and Kmnifliam for Cluriu
call, Louiavlilu, liidimitipoli. aud point. Kaht.
11:1(1 ii.in. fc"(. IjOuIh rind 'NVi'MtHrti
Arriving In tU. Lonu ;:o: p. m., and counertlm;
fur all points Wit.
4:UO ii.in.'iiHt jiruMB -
lor St. LoiiIh and Chtcauo. arrivin at St. Loul.
10:40 p.m., and Chicago 7:vW a m.
A:llO p.m. Clnctnnutl Kxprr,
Arrlvlnc at Clncliiimtl 7:i a.m.; Louinrlllo 7:1
am.; IndlaiiHpollH 4:(K) a.m. PaKnKra hy
thin train reach the abou point, la to Jtl
UotltS lu advance of any olhor roulo.
trTha4:J0 p. m. cxprc.n has PULLMAN
hLKKl'INU CAR Cairo to Clnclimatl, without
channc and through iluepura to Bt. Loala and
Fast Time Kast.
ilSSeniXClS Crn point, without uy delay
canned hy Sunday luU-rveiilnK. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrive. In new i ork Monday
ornliiKatlo:;i5. Tblriy-sU houraln advancool
ny other ronto. .
t"Kor throiiKb ticket, and further ttiriirmatlon,
tpply at Ulinol. Ontral Railroad Depot. Cairo.
JAB. JOHNSON, J. U. J0NB8,
(Ion . Koiitlmrn Aircnt. Tlcnot Aifeut.
A. II. UANHON.Uen. !'.. Airent. Chlcairo
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R.R.
TRAINS RL'N AS FOLLOWS
Exiire.a and Mull leove. Cairo, cvory diiy except
Sanday, at 10:-'r a. ui. Arriv.. 1:y5p. m.
Acconimoiliil Ion arrives lit I J mis p. nt. aud do
parts at 1 "JO p. m.
Q.E0RGE II. LEACH, M. D.
mivfit.'ian and Surgoon.
Spocliil attention paid to the Homeopathic truat
riieiitofsiitijIcaniii'eaneB.uiiddlgeosea of woman
and children. ,. ,. ,, . ,., ,
Olllco: Ou Mill ntniii, opposite the l'ostonko,
JR. W. C. J0CJLYN,
OFFICB-BlKblk Street, near Coma erclal Avenou
JJR. E W. WMTLOCK,
0nn-No. 13(1 Commercial Avenue, between
JtKbthand Ninth HtreuU
(Jt W. VVIIKELER,
Suminer Wood and Kindling
constantly on bana
At Scveuty-flve cenffl per load.
S t a v (3 rJ' r i m m i ii tr w
At one dollar per load.
The "trtmmln(r."are cnar.o shavlnp. and make
the be.t ummr wood for tooklnu purpoHe.a. well
M the cheapr.t ever sold In Cairo. For black
'Kttlh't use tnettlng tire, tbey are uiiWjtiiJied
Leare yaor ordure at the Tenth street wood yard
l Q K
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE 3i&l STATES.
On r.nd after Monday, June 7th, and nntil lurt'irt
notice tbv fun yboil will make rfrlpt a fallows:
Mavca Liavia Llaris
Foot Fourth st. Missouri Land'K. Kentucky Ld g.
8:00 a. m. 8:30 a. in. J a. U.
10:ntia. m. lo-.jii . m. 11 a m.
11:01) p. m :W p.m. S ,. m.
:of, p. m 4.:uip.m. 5,1 p.m.
2 P m. J:3o p.m. S p.m
UWIJW II ATT II. A V
A N. w
ami t ompKtr If lol f'oMlm; on Levee
Second and Rui!u"'l htr.''ti,
Tb Paencer H'pot of t'ui Chlnco, St . Louis
an'' .It Orleans: Illluoi Central; Wabash. St
Lent, and I'actfle; Iron Mountain and SuuiIutii,
Mobile and Ohti; Cniri and St. Lout. Runway,
are all Jut across the street; while the Steamboat
LandtiiK is but one S'liiure di.tant.
This Hotel I. heiiti d liv hti'tiin. hit. stemu
Laundry, Ilvdraullc Kluvutur, Klei trie l ull
Automatic Klre-Aliirms. Hath., absolutely pure air,
perfect sewerage and toniplete nppoiiitnietna.
Superb furnt. hint's; perfect service; and nu tin
lu 1. I A UK Kit ,t CO., I j(.hho..
Commercial Avenuo and Eitflitli Street,
F. IltlOSS. President. I P. N BI'F, Vice Pres'nt
II. WKLLS, Ciishler. T J. Kerlh, Ass't ciish
F. Bros. t Ca'ro I William KIiilC. .Cairo
Peter Neir " I Wllllimi Wolf,...
CM Osterloh " ICO Patter "
U. A. Ruder " I II. Well "
J. Y. Clemsoti, Caledonia,
A OE.MtRAL HAN KINO ItL'SlNBsS DONH.
Bxclianito sold and boui;lit. lulerort piild In
tliefaMiiK. Department. Collections liuule nml
all tia:'!iiu. promptly utlemled to.
EW YORK STORE,
WUOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
goods sold Very close
O. O. PAT1EU & CO.,
Cor. Nlnoteonth street 1 Pni ha Til
Commorclal Avenue 111,
ir t f av v ' - f-
rjlHECITY NATIONAL RANK.
Of Cairo. IlllnoN.
71 OHIO LttVliB.
CAPITA Ij, .13100.000
A Oeneral Raukinu biwiness
TJIOS. V. IIALL1DAY.
JNTBRPRISB SAVING BANK.
Of Calm, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TII08. AV. HALLIUAY,
O O A. L
13 Stoves n
A. ' A.
S rJ1invaro. S
HILL AND COMMI.SHIO.N.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mill s
Hisrhest Cash Price Paid for Wbeat.
VKOrRIETOR OF 81'ROAT'S PATEN1
Whclosale Dealor in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TONWELl
? HKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Ijoads u Spcnsialtv.
o p' i c k :
Cor. Twelfth Street and I?eer
187(7 1 1882".
$500 KBWAltD !
Stillman's ELIXIR ok LIFE
A jiurely Vet'etiihle lllood Purifier, and viiaran
te ed to cure t'.'i cHHii. in Inn, or money rulurded,
Tim above reward will oe mini for a remedy which
will cure as many cue of .Malaria, Fever and Ajjiie,
Dyspepsia, Htaciimiitthm, ( iilurrh. Liver and Kid
nev Diseases. bottles so,l nil it h ineriw,
without advortlsluK. In sereu years. It bilioua.
Uni;nld. aud your ainbitlou Is k'onu, life In gloomy.
Tr-one bottlu. It will convince you of Hit superi
ority over any other remedy. 1 f you have any Hu
mors of the Skin or blood, from whatever cituse,
tli'H Kllxlr will cure it when all other remodleM
have failed. Ask your drum:lst for It. Price) $1
ami i. A I'Jdollaf boitle sent by express pre
paid. MTilhyA. L. STILLMAN ,fc CO., Now
York Circulars free. II. C. W1LLAKD, (luii'l
Aitent U. H. aud Canada, Troy, N. Y.
rpilK RKOCLAR CAIRO AND PADl'CAU
A DAILY PACKET.
HENRY K. TAYLOR M. islet
UEO. JOUK8 ( jicrk
Lciivns Pmluruh for Cairo duliy (Sunday, exc )opt
d) nt H a.m. and Mound Clly at 1 m. Re' Iumi
UK, Leave Cairo alt p. in. Mound. City at 5 . in.
THK A. B. SAFF0RI).
pally packet butweun Cairo and Mound C'tjrC'ip'
tain Andle Owuit .
Leayea Cairo -j-m K. M.
" Mound City )-m " "
'1 'alio u Noon
" Mound city i::io J. ,M .
Cairo 4 in
" mound City. .
Steamer Stlwrthnruj 117 feet lenlh; 80 foot
beam; 4 font hold ; i enlne; 2cylindiirs;,l Inchoi
diameter! 4 foot stroke; it boilers, 40 Inches diame
ter, laruet lo(f, The bust and machinery I In ex
cellent repair, and In Kood ronnlniiordor; shi has
till cabin and la mie of the bust Hlit draught
noiita on tbo river. For temia apply lo, or eddrese
W. J, Tumor, master, at Hickman, Kentucky; or
W. F. Lambdlu, rlvur editor of l)ally Uulktlu,
W..F. Laviiiiin, river editor of The Buli.tiw
and steamboat passenirer aLnt. Order, for all
kinds of steamboat job printing solicited. Office
at Planter. Hotel, No. 51 Ohio levee.
STACKS OK THE RIVER.
Tlio river marked by the gauge Inst even
ing ut tliia point at ne p.m., 35 feet 0
inoliea ami rising. .
Bt. Louis, May 10 C p.m. River 23 feet
S iueliea and stationary.
Pittsburg, May 10 f p.m. River 9 feet
4 indies ami rising.
Louisville, May 100 p.m. 11 fett 5 in
ches in tlio canal and rising.
Nashville, May 10-6 p.m. River 10 feet
1 1 inches and rising fast.
A rise of 3 feet 4 inches here in 24 hours
up to C p. ra. last night.
The John A. Seudder from New Or
leans gave Cairo the go by Tuesday after
noon. She went on to St. Louis without
Tho Will Kyle for Cincinnati arrived
yesterday morning at 9 o'clock. Her freight
trio was light, but her passenger trip ex-
The Cons. Millar arrived yesterday morn
ing at 8 o'clock. She had only a moderate
freight trip, discharged and received some
freight here, also added a few passengers
and left for Memphis at 0 :30.
Look out for the Vint Shinkle early this
morning. Remember it will only cost 12
to visit the Grand Musical Festival at Cin
cinnati. Tickets for sale at Planters house;
W. F. Lainbdin, agent.
The Gus Fowler arrived on time lust
evening. Her trip was light. She left on
her return trip at 5 o'clock.
Yesterday proved to be (juite a pleasant
day, after the protracted disagreeable wet.
The new packet City of Metropolis, built
for tho Paducali & Metropolis trade, on her
maiden trip, yesterday took tho Rig 4 to
Metropolis, where they played last uight.
They will do Cairo to morrow night in
The John B. Maude left St. Louis last
evening for Memphis, and is due here this
The new Mary Houston from Cincinnati
arrived last evouunjjatjlyock, and land
ed at tho Wabash & Pacific whurfboat
where she received considerable freight.
She added several hundred tons at the dif
ferent wharfboats hero. She loaves this
morning for New Orleans. Passengers
going south by river will find the Houston
to lj a palace steamer.
TLj rivers are all rising.
The C. W. Anderson from Nashville is
due this morning, nnd will leave hero on
her return this afternoon for Paducali and
Cumberland. Capt. Fred Wyatt commands,
and Wiley Paruientcr h undies the cash aud
writes up the books. If you wish to travel
on a good boat with a clever crew, take the
The City of Cairo for Vieksburg will
land litre to morrow, rihe hails from St.
The City of New Orleans left St. Louis
last evening, and is due lime this evening
for the city which she was named after.
g The towboat Piaea will tako the Gall" to
Memphis, where sho will remain until her
new shaft is finished, and sent to her from
The Vint Shinkle has a fino up stream
trip with 700 bales of cotton, 550 sacks of
oil cakes and 25,000 feet of lumber.
Wo hud the pleasure of meeting Col.
w'im i u,i, pilot of the Mary Houston. We
Wo known the Col. for thirty years, and
fftidiercd under the same banner during tho
la-tu unpleasantness, but wo happened to bo
on tho losing side. Tho Col. made a gal
lant ollicer and ho stands at the head of tho
list as n Ohio and Mississippi river pilot.
From present indications the Throe Sta'es
excursion next Sunday promises to lo
His last Dose.
tiuid a Bull'eror from kidney troubles,
when asked to trv Kidnev-Wort. "'I'll trv
.... .. , .
it but it will Im mv lust dose." Tho mati
got well, unci is now recommending tho
rumouy to an.
Whoti dornngement of tho stomach nets
upon tho kidneys and liver bringing dis
ease and pain, Kidney-Wort is the truo
remedy. It removes the cause. aud cures
llui diaonai, I.iioiiil fvirv nmieen) rated I or
dry act eipially elliciently, Am. Cultivator.
furnished with teeth rendered pearly and
glistening by fragrant Sozodont, usually
regarded as n indispensablo adjunct of tho
toilet, are perfectly betwiching. Ho irro
sistiblo does the, broad cloth sex find them,
that it requires the utmost self restraint to
forebear imprinting a kiss upon them
wheru ever aeen. No corrosivo aubslance
contaminates this standard beautitier of tho
teeth, from which it removes every Im
purity. Uso it regularly.
Married on a Mountain.
Last Mimiuer Mis Hamilton, Bged 1(5
years, the daughter of Governor Hamil
ton, of Man land, wits at a picnic with
her father, mother and other friends at
a pleanuro resort in the I'dne Ridge, in ft
nark at the base of a peak reaching tip
from tho iiiountaini. t'pon the topmost
point of this peak is a rock famous for
excursionists, known as High Rock,
from which twenty mile of the Cumber
land Vallcv and tho Staton of l'ennsyl
vania arid "West Virginia can bo.soeir.
While the picnic was in progress Miss
Clare slipped uway from her friend and
hastened up to the rock, where she found
lover, clergyman, license and witnesses
waiting for her. At an elevation of two
thousand feet, abovo the scathe marriage
was performed, and tint young lady
hastened back to her family, whom sho
joined without causing the' least suspic
ion ss to the deeisive step she bad taken.
The marriage was concealed until early
in September, when the license en reo
onl eansed winio talk and led to discov
ery. As Iicrbusbaiid is only udry goods
clerk in llultimore, her father refused
to acknowledge (the marriage, sent her
back to boarding-school, and has begun
proceedings for divorce on the ground
of the extreme youth of his daughter.
The husband will contest it.
Disguised by Foreign Names.
A correspondent lolls this story apro
pos of the cooking school: A rich man
ufacturer bating made a wedding feast,
invited thereto his chief Vneehanieian. a
man moie familiar with science than
society, named .Smith. Late in the even
ing, one of the young men of the family
finding Smith roaming about the supper
table, pressed him lo partake of various
dishes, which were declined on account
of their unfamiliar look, I mi I on being
assured that he would certainly like the
croquettes, he consented lo try the
strange viand. The first taste surprised
him into his early dialect, ami be ejacu
lated: "tiosh! It's hash!" - JJiqlalo w
m mm . I II
An Interrupted OorresponuWe.
Six years ago two Boston girls who
had eaten bread and butter und pork
and licans together until they became
sworn friends, were torn asunder by
cruel fate in the shape of the husband
of one of them who decided to go West
and grow up with the City of the Straits.
It was worse than death by several de
grees to givo up her first love for her
second, but the faithful wife followed
the fortunes of him who had sworn to
buy her bonnets and bonbons, aud a
ileasant house on tho Cass farm became
icr home. Since then frequent visits
back and forth and three letters a week
have served to make life possible. (Juito
reeeutly there has been an interruption
in the letter writing, ns will be seen by
tho following correspondence:
Hoston. May 1st, 1S82.
Fhiknd Joneh. Will it N nkin,r too much
fiinn you, US soou us you ixwsiOly un after re
ceivinp; this, to ko up to llutlie's und see why I
havo not beard from her for a whole week' In
'the li.t letter sho wrote me she said sho wu"
tint fading well. I have written three times
since then, but she docs not reply, nml it due
seem as thnmu I should iro etir.y. I know hbe
Is very sick, nml I inn not by her bedside. Now
do ro up limnedltit, ly icxl teleirspb me how
Shu is. I will start by the Hist train.
Yours In (ffeuf mental nmriiHi,
Uliinorr, Muy S, isss.
.My Poor Antiln:
Summon all your fortitude nml emleuvor to
lie us composed as possible. I Hill obliged tolie
tho unhappy In -ti nun nl that must send you
bad news; very, bud news. Ilutlie was one of
the best of women: ahviivH pleusnnt, kind and
ever dnliur irond to her fellow moi tiils. Hut no
one knows this 1h-i.it i . :i i no, who were tier
eonlidanl und deniosi Ineiid. Itnt lluttle has
If'ine. Thiit hnppy home will know her no
more. No more w ill her sweet, merry voice
resound tliiniinb tlio,. parlors where we Inixe
all passed sit ninny happy bonis hours Unit
enn never return, llutlwls not there. Oh!
what u world of sadness there Is in those Ihris'
wools, "lluttie If pine." The tlire calumny
thHt siHitier or Inter comes to us nil, ha" over
lukei: In T, mid Unit, loo, while Hie whs still hi
the very prime of life. How enn I force my
pen to fashion the terrible words I eiinnot.
I iir to tell you the I' lift ul truth, but friend
ship compels mo. Ibilllehiis been movinur to
II street und hasn't K"t the stovepipe
pounded loiiether yet.
Yours soi row-fully,
Huston. Miiv 7, 1CS2.
you're HWtlll SllUlt't,
Regularity of Meals.
All domestic rules must be waived on
occasion, as the judgment demands.
For instance, though regularity of meals
is of the utmost importance for tho
health of the individual, jet we must
take into consideration age, sex, man
ner of life, .seasons, and habits, as lead
ing to some modifications. Children
cannot be contined so regularly to meals,
as their digestion is more active, in or
der that material be supplied for the
growth of the body. They should, there
fore, be allowed food when hungry. Old
men require food often, us their stom
achs ore able to digest only a little at a
time. Women, likewise, being moro
feeble ill their digestivo organs than
men, can ouiy take tho lighter kiwis of
food, and only a little ut a time, ami
consequently they require food more
frequently than the other sex. Persons
leading a sedentary life can do without
food much longer than those engaged in
an active one. In winter the appetito is
keener than in summer, and tho meals
may be more frequent, for the digestion
is better. Habit, it. must nlwuyshn rec
ollected, is everything in diet, and must
never be rashly Interfered with.
It is said that if you have presence of
mind enough to face- a raging bull and
look straight into his eyes ho is power
less to do joii harm. We tried this ex
periment once and found it worked ad
mirably. The lierco animal tore tho"
ground with his feet and bellowed with
all his might; but something seemed to
hold him bftck like magic and ho did us
no injury. Perhaps we ought to add,
in order to bo correct historically, that
the bull was on the other side of the
fence. We never try an experiment of
that kind without taking the proper pre
Attentive: "I do do liko to talk to
you," sho Bays' softly, in a pause of the
conversation, teaming on htm and sigh
ing. "WhyF asks tho unsuspcctinfr.
youth. "Recaiise," sho answers gently
"because you arc all eura.M
Rananns and Cream. Peel, and slice
round the fruit in thin pieces, and heap
up in a glass dessert-dish, and serve raw
with sugar and good cream.
Ambrosia. Slice oeeled oranges, and
remove the seeds, slake alternate lay
ers of orange slices, sugar and grated,
cocoanut, until it glass dish is tilled.hav
ing grated cocoanut on top; now poura
littlo sherry over the top, to run through
the mixture It is as often served with
out the wine.
Claret Jelly. One bottlo of clarot,tho
juice and rind of one lemon, a small pot
el red currant jelly, half a pound of loaf
sugar, rather more than one ouncoof
isinglass in hot Weather in winter ono
ounce is quite sufficient a wineglassful
of brandy. Roil all together for rt few
minutes, taking care that the red cur
rant jelly is wind dissolved and tbor
oug'nly mixed with the other ingredient.
Ten minutes will generally etltfet this,
but a good deal depends upon tho gen
eral temperature. Serve with cream
sauce its follows) Half a pint of cream
sweetened, and flavored with vanilla,
whisked to a stiff froth; pour round the
jellv, not over iti Half these quantities
will lill a mould large enough for six
Croquets--A Sujiprr Dish. Chop a
cold fowl w ith slices of hqm, fat or lean.
Add half as much bread or biscuit, grat
ed line, salt nnd pepper, a grated nut
meg, one teaspootiful of mado mustard,
ono teaspoonful of sauce or cataup, ta
blespoonful of butter. Knead all to
gether till it resembles sausage meat
Make into Hat cakes; dip in beaten yolk
of eggs; cover with grated bread crumbs,
and fry a light brown. As a dainty, or
namental dish, make Into the shapo of
IM-ar.s, sticking the bead of a clove in the
mttom of each to represent tho blossoqi i
end, and. the stalk of a clove in the tob
of each to represent the stem. Covet
tho bottom of tho dish with parsley Of
lettuce, and lay the croquets upon it.
Yorkshire Pudding. Take six largo
tablcspoonfuls of Hour, three eggs well
beaten, one saltspoonful of salt, ami
about one and a half pints of milk, or
enough to mako it the consistency of
soft custard, lleat all well together.
Dour it into a shallow pan (buttered);
bake three-quarters of uu hour. En
lish cooks generally empty the dripping-.
pun throo-quartors of uti hour Wore
baked beef is done, and nut the pudding
into the empty pan, tho beef on a three
cornered staud over it, that its juice may
drop on the puddiug. If beef is roasted,
the pudding may be iirst baked in tbo
oven, then placed tmdor the beef for fhV
teen or twenty minutes to catch any
stray drops. It is cut into squares, and
served on a hot plate; to be eaten al
ways with roast beef.
Pried Smelts. -Cleanse nicely three
pounds of smelts; cut oil' the tins, and
wipe dry; roll them in pulverized crack
ers, dip in beaten, eggs, and roll in
crackers again: fry pretty crisp and of a
nice color in plent y of hot, fat; drain,
salt a little, and Serve on a folded napkin
surrounded with parsley.
lilack Cod'ee.- To 'make eoflco good
it should never be boiled, but boiling
water should be poured on it just tho
same us for tea. A great deal of tho
aroma of coffee is lost unless it has been
freshly rousted, and ono reason why
(Jcrinans and French excel in their cof
fee is simply because they roast each,
day stillieicui for the day's needs. Ik
should never be ground until it is want
ed for use. To make excellent strong
black collee allow one ami a half ounces
or one and a half tablcspoonfuls of
ground collee for each person, and to
every ounce of collee allow one-third of
a pint of boiling water. ,
Hanging baskets require frequent
watering, to accomplish which, with duo
regard for the carpet beneath, they must
commonly be taken down from their
perches, and then suspended elsewhere
to dry. This trouble may be avoided by
a simple and inexpensive device. Fill a
bottlo with water, into which insert tlio
ends of two pieces of yarn, permitting
tfie other end of each piece tonangdown
outside the bottle. The bottle should bo
suspended just abovu the basket, and
the water allowed to drip, which will
tlow in sullicicut quantities to keep tho
earth moist. ,
It is said that a young man can euro
himself of nervousness by playing on a
violin. Wliat is to become of the other
boarders in the house tho man docs not
KxTii.vcT. For persons sullering from
exhaustion of the powers of the brain and
nervous system, from long and coutinuod
study or teaching, or iu those cases of ex
haustion from which so many young men
stiller, I kuow no bettor medicine for re
storation to health tmu Fellows' Compound
hyiup ot Hypopliosnhitcs.
KiiMOND Clay, M. 1).,
Pug wash, N. 8.
It is a remarkable fact that Thomas'Eclec
rice Oil is as good for internal as external
ustt. For diseases of the ltitigsutid throut,and
for rheumatism, ileuralgia, crick in the
back, wounds, und sotcs, it is tho best
known remedy, and much trouble is saved
by haviug it ulways ou band. P. 0. Schuh,
Agt. ' '
A 0,0011 1JARGA1N
Will bo given si ino enlerpriseing man
in Tun nui.LE't'iN Ruilding, which is now
oll'ered for sale ou easy terms, long time,
and low rate of Interest. The building
has reutud for tho past year for
fifty to sixty-two j dollars per month.
Tho property consuls of 4 lots, and two
brick buildings -a three story 40x00 and a
two story 10 x 43. I Has a frontage of 00
feet on Washington avenuo aud 150 feet on
12th street. If desired the machinery, en
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will bo sold with it For particular ad
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