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- CAIRO, ILLINOIS, MARCH 29. 1871.
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M'la.m. llavln tuperler accommodation, aha
olicil" puLlio patrnn,ge.
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tneriy M Anna, Union Co., Illinois, hat perma
nently located in city. OFKICE Comtntrrlrl
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W. nVSSlSU, M. D. lie-
r rnrB Oornr Wxlh fitrret and Ohio Iti
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USB i a Haaaii Itl Winter MltU.
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Tb Uoiii laufwly furnl-hrd and ctrfStoib
public llr-t-vUi MCommolatlona. li-bMila
WOOD, COAL, ETC.
uodi wood: i woi:in
Tliuoilriind will furnish
Hard ami Ir,v Wood
A Cheap, If not rhraiwr
ufl any wood-Iclr In Cilro, Ui ordfrat
ifif roal-otncvand at llitorner ollJitlfilt'lanJ
vV..lilii2ton ATrntia. 1 kit Food ina-nr ab't
will cord tnn wood up. DU.NNW JIALKV.
Kabruarr '."-'ad, 1S71.
yyooi AXD COAL.
IF1, HVE. WABD
N prepared to ittlivrr tliebt
Fire Wood & Stone Coal
In snypnrt of Hip city, In any quantity dMiird,
nu .hoti uoticii,
(,'oal Delivered at $4 CO Per Ton.
(IFFICK-Orer IWrwart, Orth & Co.' atore
toia. twodoora abora tlm i-ornor f ElKlitli urtet
and Cmnmarclal UTrnu. ilc6il
at Tin: .'
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la prepared lo
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klnda at Book Binding amaBnllnR.
73 Ohio Xsevee,
CAIRO, - - - ILLINOI8
And all kin
Senatoh Clayton', of Arkansas,
took nisi scat in tho .Senate on the twen
ty-Gfth, receiving tho warm wolcomo of
It is now generally conceded that
Hon. George Pendleton and Gen.
Thomas Erring will be tho Democratic
candidates for Governor and Lieutenant
Governor in Ohio in the approaching
.Mil. JAMES A. WEBTO.V, the now
Democratic Governor of Xuw Hamp
shire, i the pre-cnt Mavor of Man
chester in that State. Ho in forty
three years of age, and in by profusion
a civil engineer. He occupies a prom-
ncnt position on tho Goncord railroad.
Save the office of mayor, ho has never
iclbre been iu public statiou. A man
of irreproachable character and great
crsonal popularity, .ho was the one
test calculated to lead the Democratic
lio.itH to victory.
II7.I7' WILL COStH OF JTi
Tho Legislative excursionist",
according to programme, ma do
their visit to I'coria on Friday last.
TIicv were received by the citixcn. of
that place with nil due honor, the afore
said citizens having at ranged before-
! hand that nothing ehould bo left un
done to imprc-'i upon their visitor? that
I'coria i tbu best place for the capi
tal. .or t lie I'coriau.i nave jirovcn
thciJiMilvL- a wise j-cople in their day
and generation. Having decided that
they want their city to be tho Stato
capital they study the hot way to gain
their heart' decirc. Friday'n visit lma
shown that they chose n very promin
ing way to get what they want. Al
though our State Legislature i.- com
posed of men who are miracles of wiv
dom and marvels of integrity, ride tUc
reception speech of the I'coria man,
they are not above enjoying tho crea
ture comfort. Peoria rodo them in
her carriage, played her nwcutcrft music
to them and Miowcd them tho expanse
of acre die propocs to give the State,
and last, being determined to put it out
of the power of her visitor to nay "Get
thee behind me I" the wily scheming
city hct them down down to a buiujuct
which tho Peoria reporter calle it "Ins-
I cious" banquet, and which proved coin
clusivcly that Peoria was not mistaken
in tho belief that tho straighten
road to the legislative heart wan through
iU stomach Tho delicious fare woke
up the Senators and Representative"
to a realizing senfe ofthe superior mer
its of Peoria ai the place for tho Capital.
Tho Legislators crowdod each other
in their desire to make their little
speeches ou tho subject. Space forbids
a recapitulation of all that was tid on
tho momentous occasion. Souuror
Rcveridge of Cook, gave it as his opinion
that Peoria deserved to bo not only the
capital of tho State but the capital of
States, for which enthusiastic belief ho
will no doubt bo hereafter the "favorite
Uovcridgc" of Peoriuns. Senator Uoyd,
of Fulton, in tho course of his remarks,
said that "in tin whole Zodiac of fe
male constellations there were no
brighter stars than tlio-o ho saw before
him," which shows that astronomy mid
statesmanship are not incompatible.
Other speeches lauditory of Peoria, her
men, women nnd children, her beauty
as a city, etc., etc., wcro made, rovcral
of tho speakers maintaining that they
''loved Peoria," and were not nfraid to
Iu the cveuiug tho maids nnd mat
rons of Peoria mingled iu the mazy
danco with their visitors, after which
tho tired legislators took their depart
ure. Though Springfield may feel that it
is diflioult to smile with a breaking
heart, ulio should put on a cheerful
countenance. Men. are fickle, iu state
as well as heart affairs, and in a few
days Peoria may bo uo more thau n
beautiful dream to hor now iufutuatod
tSf A reipecUblo lady was seen stag
gering lpng tbe streets of Albany, tbo
other day, acarcoly able to hit tho ground
with Iter parasol, Andyot, nino-tenths of
the woman' sex are uterly incredulous
whan . you tall than that oyster aro
liable to fly to your head.
Tho Americori trgUIatUrd i adjourned on
. Fradorickr Ackiman, n .German com-
mlttccTiulcIde in St. Leul ou Saturday.
Agent, meets in
of railroad Freight
San Francisco next
Two steam ships, tho Ringleader and the
roiio, started front aw lot on Satur
day on a race to San Francisco'.
A noted floroiart editor of Cincinnati
Aaguit Bakor, died In that city on Sunday.-
k " ',
Tho Canadian parliament, by a vote of
,102 tiphavo voted to rcmova th diiiy1
iromaaii, jiom, uran, oanay, rye, oau, corn,
and from flour, buckwheat, and meal
"UHlUmTan Dorn, n Incondlnry ar
retted in Ellonville, pa. confute tho
crime and gives tho information that flf- i
teon members of tin Hook and Ladder
firo company to which ho belonged wore
"Vhn tho thre lieraoerati from KW
ITnTTiMhtr taka thalr atats ' iu the house
and 'Mr. Edwards, of Arkamat It sworn in,
ai ho will he in a day or two, tho Demo
crats will hnV4 one hundred tnonihers of
ihoui;c. EJwardi iscallod in Arkansas,
brindle-tair Itepuhlican, but tho Dem
ocrats elnlm liltn.
James John, of Chicago, has dovlted n
nu'th(l for npnlving a continuation of
slnglo wires resting on and supported by
strip Of sheet iron, forming a substitute
for woodun laths as a foundation for
plastering upon,- thereby Riving (at
moderate ctt, belnc lets thnn one-hr.lf
cheaper ttisn any other substitute in mar
ketj'n plaitoringthal is, beyond a ques
tion, nearly Hrc-proof, nnd will last for
Siraal Slnkra a NtumpHpclt.
Ther"Vn'vbIniton corri'spondcnt of the
S.Y. Tribnt informes ui Uiston-Tucidav
tbe tiruaidant waa intorriow bv a numbar
of radicals dlgnltarjes of South Carolina,!
In reforanao to the sendlus; of troops ttb'i
that uato. i no president expressed nit
dctennlnasion to pat downTtbe Ku-Klui
nt all.harrd. "If two regirneau, will
not dait hu retnnrked, "ten shell -bo sent
there, and kept Ikarc, too, If necessary, a
long ai tnit administration .is in -power."
The cnrrespondetit continueat ')Ho
added that it a dtmotratie. priUdtnt it
tlttttMU 187'.', 'one oj hit firtt atQ will be
t ) aaiVAtfrsw f As troc)n, ami General Grant
mil that he ctiuld culrite Tevublitan) to
folk U troop't out of the ttate.'1
dent Grant intends to respond to tbo ap
peal of tho execuVjvo of South Carolina rr
nultanea,-wo cannot exnctlv icotborclov-
nncr .of tho little stump snooch with which
hu accomptmics the expression of his in
tention, as aciinawiuo tor re-nomination
io hns of course tc risht to nutf himself.
if he thinks it will du him any good, but
ho has no right to invent slanders of his
competitor wlillu as yet that Individual Is
unteiccteu and unknown, now uoos no
Lnow that tho democratic preitdent of 1872
will art as ho describes? Has General
Grant forgotten that three years ago bo
hlmtelf wns in the mnrkct for nomination
by tho democracy, and is ho sure that ho
will not bo glad to bid for the same distinc
tion again, after ho shall have boon kicked
out nt tbe parly he 1' now doing his best
to kill? But the Prcildont't modest argu
ment In bis own favor will not havo much
weight with tho people. Its disinterested
ness will bo duly estimated, and wo pro
did that it will convlnco tho country that
his re-election Is to be the only salvation
of tho government. It wjl) rather have
the effect to deepen tbo very general im-
Ereislou that U. S. Grant is ono of tho
Incest failures of American history. Buf
Claslnsj Sceaaa at In Arkansaa
Whisky flowed freely, clear were cir
culated, a dozon members wero addressing
the Chair at once, and in the midst of all
ono membcr(Mason) who could scarcoly
preserve' uis cuiiiDrium, was speaicinr
promiscuously, when Barber (colored)
rose to n point of order, and proceeded to
addreis tho Chair. Mason continued his
remarks In n loud voice. The Chair could
not hear Harbor. The latter left his chair.
advanced up the aisle, noar tho Speaker's
stand, and said : ".nr. peaKer," nts eye
(tushlncr. "ltr God who has tho floor.'
This drunken man (Mason) or mysolf?
If ho has not,' I will mako him take bis
soat," advancing toward Mason, picking
up a look, and brandishing it ovor his head.
At tills point, thoSpeakor succocded in re
Don Piatt an Mark Twain.
Mr. Don Fiuttmot Mr. Mark Twain at
a littlo dinner tbo other day in Washing
ton, ard was made, murrv by that man.
Says Twain wears things, but evidently
don't think whether they are clothes or
not. From under nls busby nair nis uco
queers out, presenting a square, well
proportioned forehead, keen gray eyes,
and hooked riote, a woll-dove'opcd mouth,
exhibiting a good deal of decision, and u
chin that rounds out, supporting the
whole In no part of which he is distin
guished. His face, on the contrary, is a
sad one, and when all aro In roar about
him ho continues in a statoof dense solemn
ity. His voico is something quito extra
ordinary a sort of orosa between that of
Horaco Grcoley and Mr. Lincoln, and he
drawls his .words out In tho most hr
posterous wnner, that glvos a drollery
to what ho says utterly beyond
description. r t j
Jsg-A sad sight was witnessed on
Broadway, on iSaturdar-pirtt. A little
beggar accosted! a'gTyeaoa4 roni who
was shuffling along with a bundle of Tri
bune sticking! ouir pf,lU .pocket, and
asked him for a penuy Horace gaid at
him a moment and sald.-Ye llttl devil,
why Uen't y'U. go Ws tvad buy a farm. '
Anotbor boy hero IntorruMed, wyjng!
Oh, Johny, what' the good a aiin) him.
Ho just got busted playing kono." New
NlrUaallam-Aa AtanalBt; Law Salt
Anna, March S3, 1871
To tht Editor of (he Cam Bulletin:
As our town become metropolitan In
growth, it gradually dYlopos tho vices
and virtues Incident to the larger cities.
"We harh't as yet a theatre, a cathrodal,
an omfjl a chamber' of commerco or a
street railway, but wo hnvo a "spiritual
circle!" For many nights, dating far
lack into the Winter, a few devoted bo
Hovers in the weird mystariWof spiritual
ism, hare met together to commune with
ghostly and Impalpable visitants 4who aro
supposed )a eomo frora; w hdawy lnna
at tbe call of any "mediuni."' Kcaontly
V griatdeal'of rndrbld interest lias been
manifested in the proceedings and .tho
"circle' Is largely attended every night la
tbo waasveisfoj Sundays. - r
Very wealthy" and roinoclablo people,
men of intelligence and influence, worship
at this mystic shrine, this now altar erected
to a groat unknown preachers, lawyer,
doctors, farmers, mechanics, artisans, la
borers, and gentlemen of leumre-i-ail meet
in "Spiritual ifall," to tslic with ftich rest
lc spirits as Charon sees tit to set across
tho river Styx to obey tholr summons,
ttime nvn aro dmwn tbither by curiosity,
tome tj '.laireitlgate'' and many by reason
of tho faith that is within, them. Tho
usual routine of "spiritual seances' is ob
served. Tho table tips first upon one leg,
then, upon another, dns to slow music,
and acU like a thing of llfo. All kinds of
spirits respond. The spirit of an Indian
chief, probably Logan, stalks Into
tho circle with silent dignity
aad announce his presence by rapping,
Many questions aro asked of Mr. L. who
ansn'ers frankly'. The invisible chief
throws bis imperceptible blanket over tho
shoulders of a vcnorablo gentleman at the
table, and straitway the old gontltman,
afler a series of jsrklngs, twittlngs, and
contortions of tho face, rises up and repeats
Logan's celebrated spcach in the origin!
'India n.- lle'iseallodtreaHaediura.'l A
wandering spirit knoclts'sW iii aoor of his
"irait'ienemcni,'' enters ana ariring out
his own "spiriL'Makes possession and pro
ceeds to "fhako him op" as roughly as tho
frlnnds of grand father Sinallwccd usod to
'shake up" that amiable tMd'goni!eman
After talkinr Indian. Greek, Heathen I
Chinese, and a few "dead language ' I
through the medium's vocal organ, and.
'. . . . .
asver exercMiDK uis "youiuniary - masase
in a tort of spiritual St. Vitus dance,
buccanncer spirit silently departs and tho
old gentleman's own proper Hplrif, returns,
trllli many sighs' and tn6ans, to Its place.
Of tour no tho spirit of the departed
friends of thoto present aro called up and
Interrogated at to tholr condition, .etc,
Thete seems to be no distinction on account
ot color In tho spiritual world as all kinds,
black, white, copper-colored nnd mixed,
"raanifeit" thcmsclvc at Spiritual Hall,
tThe spirit of Just tssen made perfect'1 and
spirits of evil good, bad and indifferent
come at tha eall of tbetr moral roas
Avory amusing law suit, between
doctor and preacher, occurred before hi.
honor, Esq., Bohannon, a few days sine.
A certain learned member of tho Escula
pie who is also (he says) a profound chem
ist and disclplo of "Humboldt," Dr. W-.
bolng justly Indcbtod ton cortaln merchant-preacher,
Mr. H., for rent of dosnl
ell, determined lo pay It In a kind of cur
rency in which be is proverbially affluent,
I.e. pompous medical advice and mam
moth charges. The Dr. long slnco learned
tho "art of not paying" and Is perfect in
all Its branches. Uo graduated at the
"Circumlocution offico, London," whoro
peoplo aro taught "when n thing ought to
be dono, how not to do it." He begged
leave to prescrlbo for a chronio ailment of
Mr. II., and dlngnosed terribly. Ho ter
rified him by announcing that ho bad too'
much sugar In his composition. The
,Dr. proposedtn "analyse'' some of it, Hn
took two ounces homn In a vial and
seemed as pleased with it as are very
young ladies, who lako homo pieces of,
wedding cake "to dream over"." owa
tho ltcv. gentleman had nover "raised
caln" (cane) It was a matter of wonder,
how ho could make so much sugar; but
science makes all things plain. As court-
martials "uro organized te convict ' so did
tho Dr. "ttnalyto for sucar" and found
it. Then ho prescribed somo powder
which tho patient took very
patlontly, The treatment closed
without disturbing the sugar mill in tne
least. Mr. II. sues tor tho amount of rent
$80 09 duo, and tho doctor comes into
court'with a long face and a song bill and ,
an air of injured inuoceno urnl claims :
"Item to making chemical analy
sis for purposes of medical di
agnosis -?10O 00."
"How's that for high V
As old man Weller weuld say : 11 What
butlful case for an allobyl" Outra
geous a tho bill wesyct thero was found
"retired physician'' with suffloiont liber
ality of conscience, to swear that) tbo
charge was "enstomary aid right." Doesn't
that prsjve. the; assertion that "no matter
how mean a man may be, there i always
a-meaner-oaa to be found close by?''
Judgment for " plalatifl doctor's 1 bill
A few days slneo our vigilant City Mar.
shal, whose baton 1 mightier than (Her
cules club, took Into custody the great
Illinois Central Uillroad I Alone ho did
A train had trespassed upon a crossing
two or threo minutes over the fifteen min
utes allowed by tho statuto in such caso
madeaud provided, and that tho majosty
of tho law might be vlndictcd tho conduc
tor of tho offending train was arrested.
A small fine was assessed, but. tho ques
tion will probably be settled finally in tho
higher court Our citizens regrot the oc
currence, believing that whatover disturbs
tho harmony that has so long existed be
twsen tho rood and oar town, Is unfortun
ato. The railroad company and tholr o'
ployes have been liberal and accomodat
ing, and have acted generously toward
Anna In every rospo:t, except In contitM-
lag to call the station "Joncsboro." (The
eompsny have promised to "take into con
sideration tho question of changing tho
name" and if they do wo aro suns to have
A cold "storm from tho Last, good for
neither man nor beast'' is prevailing and
somo sleet is seen. We Egyptians tremble
for the tender blossoms that havo so glad
dened our eyes with tholr beauty and rich
prnralies of fruit.
They aro not injured yet, but the condi
tion of tho weather at present is ominous,
Should It escape this time we shall feel
Busljiess is Improving in all branches
and our merchant are receiving or pur
chasing larger stocks than usual. Mr.
"Wilcox lias received and is opening- a
largo or larger stock of general merchan
dise, thnn was ever brought to this place.
Mr. C. M. Wiltard is in tbe city purchas
ing. Mr. W. II. Wlllard has Just returned
and awaits tbo arrlral of his stock. Mr. J.
M. I'ervine start soon. Kave fc Braze
nell havo bought tholr new supply and
Mr. Eavo is in New Orleans on business
for tbo Arm. W. Davie, tbe pioneer mer
chant, who orders early and often hu hi
store full of goods ready for the spring
J. U. Levy hat a very tlno stock of fur
niture. Mr. Lufkiu hot asplendid stock
of groceries, etc-, buy and sells produco by
tho car loid ami conducts a very extensive
business, that Is prospering in all Its nu
merous branches. Being a large souled,
liberal mau, he is aisurodly popular and
Is also Xortunato In having good men about
Talm as aids. His factotum, Mr. Freeman,
is an ensreotk and cixparleneed talesman,
Bolite and accommodating to all customers
Blackburn nnd Bohannon, two
after hibernating through
a dull winter, aro busy as bees preparing
for the spring trado
Norrls Brothers aru rocciving a number
of tlno carriages, waggons and parapher
nalia for their new livery stable.
Hogg & Hemphill aro fitting up an Ice
crosm abd confectionary establishment in
tbe brick adioliiinc; the Winstead Block
Sir. Windren has moved into tho Win
stead House and is putting in now and
elegant furniture Mino host, Undo
John, knows how to keep hotel, and as tho
tmlldi-ig it large and well flnitbod, wo ox
-poet to havo tho best hotol in J?gypt.
If old Undley Murray had lived to
road the 'Anna Advertiser he would havo
died of grief to And his old friend the
King English, murdered and mangled
through every column. Noah Webster
would havo been thrown Into a bad spell
In sympathy with the bad spells" where-
-with tbe Advertittr I aMctad. Here are
a'fow gum from our village thundernr.
8ad' indeed must be tbe condition of our
President. Will no Aeex arise in tbo deep
dlsnairof tho President and by a fervent
prayer, XorHght procure fiom this bright
oruinoTOturn ot 11a ugns, anu cneer me
gloom tbtt thro iids tnn rresiuont 1
-There, new,- Mr; Sun, I guess you wont
Doctor our '!Ag" again
, When the tocsin of .war was sounded,
patriotic. ' Abolitionists and Democrats
alike flocked to a common standard and
the harvest of death.
Mora buzzard thnn spread oaclein that
It ha. the President, ls why did not
nis aevoiora imi nun .iu. .. imiiiiMuii
. . t.i. - 1.. ,.. nni fl
sgalnit V. a. Grant
ff BuBoher is the
ifatber of the Republican party God for
bid that wcsitouia 00 Ml"
Our young odltsjr"'! content to enjoy
existence as th "son of ill father."
Thlt Union parte' W formud.
and at its head deservedly Ifitand Ullscs
H. (Irani, a man of lance, end ;cjmorohen-
slvo views 'n man InwJjoAiWest for years
a nation' deopse .our.atlws doom Its
g lor', .or 1 shame, from.tvs9s1atity7.eot1 tided
and let u ask, haw did he acquit himself ?
Listen but, one' moment tbe'. joyous
shouts of tbe Nation 'redeemed,- arid then
answer: truly Sun answer ?
If the Sun can answer all that, it is
than ffolotnosu lsasttlaa'Plek wlek.
ian and reailnd one of isia'tietrlsMa'coiiibitt
between, th rival p'WJsatinwilI."
May bo the Ad. will do bettor -when its
bead comes back from oprlnguold.
Our Jonesboro friend havo indounately
postponed tho building of their jail
Work on tbo asylum It progressing rap-
dly Mr. Shjnnlck, tbo contractor evince
both energy, and ability and will do hi
part, and right. Nothing new. H.
kaVTIm Cinnttl Ennuirtr is responsi
ble for the following touching chant;
Ulysses had a little blank lamb,
Aat Its name wa Ban DomlBoi
Oharlea Bumaer rT It a hearty ktak-
Uaput aeord rouad !tamBr' ,
All made out of tne black lam ...
Aid i .hi was riiruns. with Ujaal' f eod will,
To th tunoof "I-el us haTpwt
Bv special tolosram from London, for
warded through tho Atlantic cable, wonro
ouaoiea to piaco bcioro too roadors 01 tno
iicrtua complete report or tho marriage
oi mo rrincess iuIso of Jcneiand to the
Marquis or 1.0m. The ceremony was per
formed In the Chapel or St. Ooorgo,. Wind
sor, yesterday, in tho presenco of a roval
and aristocratic assemblaje. Tho sccno
which was presented inside of tho sncrod
odiflco was brilliant In the extreme. Queen
Victoria was proscnt and gave tha brldo
away. Tho Duke and Duchess of Argyll
attended. The bridegroom and brldo woro
accompanied by gontlomcn and Indies of
tha most distinguished llnca;o. Tho
"happy man" appeared nervous and
slightly agitated. The brldo mado tho re
sponse to the officiating nrolnto In a clear.
audiblo voice. At tho conclusion of thu
ceremony Queen Victoria folded her
aa-sgniar in aer armsaaagave ner a loving,
mothorly kits. Tho bridegroom knelt
and kissed tea Queen t hand. Tho far
Orient was rcnreientcd bv tho nresence of
ine uigoi nonornbio iienjamln
Dlsraoli and an Asiatic princess, tho latter
... . f. . .
blazing In scarlet, diamonds nnd gold.
Mr. Disraeli occupied himself, nro-
vlous to tho advent of tho roval Part v. iu
studying tho rubric of tho Church of Kng
land, in acoppy of tho Book of Common
Prayor. It may ho for futuro uso in Parla
meat. Tho pcoulo wcro out In crowds.
oyous, Kood-natured and festive. Tho
nowly wedded pair took their departure
from Windsor for Claromont for tho
bonoymnnn amid enthusiastic demonstra
tions of tho good will of the public.
.V. )'. Jfearld.
Few dtsllko this pancake. If isrororlv
made. My oxperlenco leaches that not
many understand this inexpensive delica
cy, for delicacy It Is. Tho friend who
taught mo how to mako them, com
menced her lessons with:
"Not any yeast made pancakes for me.
They aro good onough, perhaps, but can't
cuinpnri wiiu n Koiuon-uucu uuncr-miiK
buckwheat pancake. Se;Itako n quart
01 ouuor-roiiK witnotu n drop or water in
It. Didn't I rlnso down my churn ? No,
1 scraped tno butter down with a spoon, to
keep It rich, you know. Now I put in a
teaspoonful of todaand ono of salt; then I
dip Hvo handful of flour, to big, and then
stlrtlll mlxod,andno longer, iryoukoep
stirring and adding now a little flour,
and then a littlo moro milk, you will und
your dough stringy and cakes tcugh. .AH
kinds of pastry that requiro to bo tender
and delicate, must bo manipulated as littlo
"Don't think of setting th table during
e operation of frylntr. Havo all this
dono ttrst, and merely got a good start bo
fore you rlne tho bell, lou need not
have adUagreeablosmell of burnt fat dur
ing th operation, unless you wish to
watt It- . A. huso square of fat pork Is
nest, 1 lawsr, wun uo rinu on j sain 11
lightly over the griddle, and wnen through
trying irim on tne soiled looking parts,
and it will do many times. I nover turn
a cake ovor twlco, and I don't lot it cot
I. 1 ... 1 t . ,. n II
cookcu iiirougu oeiora 1 turn 11. ran mo
cakes under tho cover quickly ;&mieng
a minute is tho cap of perfection, but toe
that the lid does not bear on thorn
Hay A California paper thinks tho
Chinese settlements In tho coast towns of
that Stato aro laying up for tho Pacific
slope ono of thoso pcatllenccs which every
now and then desolate tho Orient. Ac
cording to tha account tho health of&cors,
in utter dlspalr of forclnc anything llko
cloanllnoss or decency upon tho Chlncso
quarters, havo given un thoso parts of tha
towns to an unrestrained filth,, Immor
ality and squalor, and whllo so far tho
beautiful sea brccr.es navo averted any
great danger, ono wurni soason would send
a sourogo abroad to extend tnrougnout
tho land. That such a season may bo
expected Is arsuod from tho fact that
climato on tho coast of California is
perceptible changing to ono of moro calm
ness and greater heat. Taking circum
stances into account with tho fact that
tho Chinese immigration wot tho third In
extent last year, something over cloven
thousand Celestials seeking California, it
can be seen that tho journal from which
this hint ot tho coming pestllonco in tho
track of tha coming man is dorlved has
somo reason for Its fears.
fyTbe Kmporor William Is to bo
crowned soon as Kmporor of Germany,
and this fact brings into promlnenco tho
question anno possession oi mo rcgauaoi
10 German Kmpiro, which has long been
kept In tho Hofburg, at ViomiH, and
which will probably bo used ou tho oc
casion of tho coronation. Tho regalia
consists of n crown, a sceptre, and what
is known ns'llio Itolchs-uptul. Tho crown
is a foot high, ornHinontcd with goms nnd
other precious stones, and of 2 nnd -l
curat gold, and lined with n red velvet
cap. Tlio sceptre is two lect long, ot sil
ver gilt, and with an acorn at tho end.
Tho Hnlehi-npfel is tho globular object
which tho Pruwlan eagle holds In his
talons. It Is a hollow ball of puro gold,
'ii Inches Iu dlcmctor. It is adorned
with gems, and on its tojt is tot a oross,
also covered with lewols. Our pious
King will not deom his coronation n re
ality unless hn shauld havo tho crown on
hla tumil. this scentro In his rii'ht hand.
and tho Kuichs-npfel iu lit loft, when ho
Is proclaimed Puhlrmtiprr von ueiutcii-
nk Among tho beneficent effects of
tlght-lncing is the estimated fact that It
savos tne country ovor w,uuu,uuv, anusuy
J GEORGE STEIXHOIJSE
Oer. 8tk St. and Cenunerclal at.,
ITS THE PERRY IIOIJiE
karn itaawra. Cjla To w la aad BkUU
Ladles' and Chltdreo' Htlr Cut and Shampoentd
AT THEIR OWN HUM Its.
OanUemeu'a Wbiakar and Half Dy4 la a as len
So maansr, ted tallifaetloaiuartatata.
OHIO I.EVE1 2 , iCATplO.
FULTON & SON'S,
Arei Xatr In r nil Oaatratlaav
M.r. Vultnn A fltita an, t,Mafl.r 1a htrnlah
.11 kind of Hour or tho beat quality, tad alao
Mill Kod of all klnda. . Graham fout, In tacka
or In lfa HUMitltT. mad from 1h bat Whit
Wheat. t I taanlWH
B P.l'arker ni-trVWakn
pAItKFH & HI AKR.
WHITE LEAD. IIIC, ,0llS
Wlndotv Glass and Putty.
Urualiea, Wall Paper. Wladartf Ihtt
05 OHIO liETIF, ,
Cairo - - - - Jllinos
MIOPAOATOlt AND DKALBltl.V
lrulia and Ornamental Trees, Mkrnaa,
Sirapo Vtiiea. Gra.nhanta and
llcddloa: IMaala, ate., Ska.
Villa - - Ridge.
N. !! Hsily ordur anlmlted and pinmptly
QAUh Ii. THOMAS,
I' prepared u do all kind f 4
IN THE PERRY HOUSE.
OOT8 AND SHOES.
BOOT AND SHOE MIRER
Between WaahlnirteB Ave A.Peflar St
ssooU and nhats Made l)rd. Mae
gU.V FJLUWEK HALOON.
P. FITZGERALD, Prop'r
Ohio Lcvce, bet. 4th nnd Cth Sta., .
la always supplied with the choliest Uquotsof
all kinds and excellent Ciiiara of arery brand.
Call and toe
la aupplliHl Witts all kind
Boor, Vlo, sJsio.a
0. COMXERCIAIa AVWXVT.
ISetwcen Elgnui and Nlnthbtreaai,
Ihlrtty, whilore cood liquor, should fir
him a rail, andlhoao who want a'.
Can have their want tonphed M hit bar.
Proprietor of Iho
Milliard Saloon and Bar
Cairo - - - Illinois
Pic o xltMitolii
110 OHIO0 IeVEI.
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