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JAIRO BUSINESS, HOUSES.
le.-- Any liimitifna (Irtn can Imvi- threflliie
aiiace, In nil columa nnilrr appropriate 1 nX
attlieiaie 'f 41 '" I"'' liiuntU ur fr Jtti
1 iyaM- ipmru-rly lu a.lvanct.
Hardware, Motes mill Tin Wro,
A. HAM.fcV liealerlnMovesl'laaiiilllaiil
ware, .Hitl imI lnnuTV In.iilrmrnM, W ire
i.oo.ls, ItwriKcrators, I'uriip and laddcra.
ll-il onjnii-ictal Avtnne. (' Urinif, ami .hiti
Woik (loop on nlmrl notice.
.1. SM.OAIiF.Y- I MilrriiiliMi.liin.ln.fi I "in
Ur. MiMiriitir, -ilm, sulma: and auif'.i-ei
huiilwr, lath Mi l aturiflt- oili.a awl vio'l
corner 1'wi-iitieili alrrlau Wueliinirtun vmhi
LAM VS1KK A IUI K--Dealer in .
il.H.rR, I.IukI, Hi:., Iianl in. I soil linnlxr an. I
tt.iiiylt-s nl ti ii.l olli.e, luluiurrvinl acaiut,
turner I7lh HUTU,
D. II A HTM AS Iwalrr in yuHTwu mn, Ti.j.
1 .nin au'I all kin.ls of lancy am. Iv I onuiwr
c ul ateiiue, corner 'Ui alieH.
Wl l.r I A II WIM I. It-Sixth ftlrn-t between
.ouiiuvicia'. avenue aud WaaliiiiKtuli "Smut.
lathinaT NNd M ert-limit 'I alluring.
JOHN AM KIM -Hen-bant Tailor tnJ dealer
Id lien J t Made Clotlut'jr. 71 Ohio lvw.
. Real i:tal Agenrlea.
M .1. HOWI.hT-K.nl r.ststB AfM-nt. Ib.ys
l.J .UN real nUU, iuII-m-Is renta, .av Ix
lut gr rMdnt.elf. Coinmjrmal aenue,te-
twecn Ninth and 1 nlh -Irwin
J. a. LYNCH'S
Real Estate Column
AlcuiiIr founty lati'ls, i 'iiiro Intu in
txHiaiiy InrSt. Louis proiu i ty.
A linf r"iil?ii v on corner Ilaltiro.k
avctitic and Twenty-third elrcot, at a bar
train. 'otiape on Sixth ftrrrt b-twrtn ti h
riKton avenue and Walnut .tn ct.
l!o'i-c and lot on highlit tn tln tw.n
Waltior mid IVditr. il.6.X).
Hii UK NT.
Two-lory Iioiim- on Twtiily-ilitli
fctret t, bctwcf-u Tfijilar and Comim n i tl
.Store rixaiu lately rcciitiicd by Howe
Mai bine Co., on Cottitnenlul avenue, be
tween Tenth tnnl h;ieventli treeu.
'l'tie iir-t lloor of a brick dsvcllin fvr
t.i i ol NineU-ciith and l',ilar si ret ts.
Cottage on the north idf of Twelfth
treet tj.twf.n Walnut and ( Vd.ir.
'5ij-ines bott-e on LtVcc tte t ahov
Lint, and in gv1 re)iir.
Kootti" in ti t wo atorv hoii- on 'V.in
Uieri ial avenue Ix-tWern Niulhund i'etilli
Store nKiiij nertr corner of Tw rutin h
ar.d l'oplar ntreet; Js.
Tineiuetit ;l, i, 5 and lU in Wit.t' t '-'
Kow for $10 per month, and in fir't ola-s
rotUjfe on Twciity-firj-i ittcct lct vi en
":V'i'ior' and lo.lar.
ltooinv in nearly every part ot Hie rily.
Hili LHAE OK .SALE.
Land" in tract to 'tilt, m ar i' iiiv
t ira(.l la l ammrj.
It Is now conceded that Mr'. Colriuun,
tLe laundre, No. i F'tiurth tn et, 1--
:-,vieti Wa-lnugton and t'ouitnt rdal avc
.l.uey, ha on of the best conducted laun
dry rtablivliiui'DU in the city, and IjihI
l.jnb ol hotel ntnl boarding ljjiiie will
lnd it to their advattlayu t call upon
tier. Her price are as follows : Hotel
in J boarding boue wanhing 7j teut pr
J ji ii. 1'or piere work price ate as fol
lows : Itis'Ie shii t and co'br. l.'c ; two
dilrts and two collar-, ic ; per docu,
'V ; oi ks, fc; two collats, "c ; two
iTHO'lUercliiel, : ; r I - , tlc ; and all -ilciiiitii'a
wi,ar. Mk; i r J-it ; ladteit
plain rallT dree-, i! "A", per df.jeii
L;i!ico iltves with extra Iriiiiiniiij.'-', OfW1
white drt-fC.4, Jl "."i; ladieit lliulerwcar
line or course, il perdoi n, 11-.' 1
,U f Brown has taken htre ot the
burlier fhop on Lijrhih r-tret-l.tjear auh
itigton avenue, lately kt-t by Daniel
Laianert. defl i a irood bntber, and m-
ili its a share of patronage. Give hitii
ctll and satisfy yonr-M lt. tl
llt'fcl anil liHle.l.
'I hi- best and cheapest jewelry, w ad be-,
docks, silver and plated ware, it the city
ia to Im Iniind at Under lirolher. They
liave no accoud Land ju. lion j""d in
their .store. -ll
We have this day sold to .Mr. E. '
Ford the entire lot of moulding tools
ttc, of the picture framin"; ilepaitincnt
of the Bulletin. All orders for frame
te., fhoiild be sent to him or h ft at
this oftlee. We la-speak tor buu the lib
erality ot patronage that has been be
atowed upoti us. Iliit assortment ot
moulding is complete, prices beyond
competition and he guareiitees satisfac
tion In all cases.
Cairo, Oct. 10, 1S70.
tf Caiko Bl'M.Ki is Co.
I alw ays have been and still am sole
proprietor and manufacturer of Dr. Wm.
Wood' Fever I'illi. Anyone sellii.g a
Wood'i Kcvcr 1111 not made by me, will
be prosecuted to the lull extent of the
law , For Kale at the New York Store, A.
Swoboda', F. Ileuly's, P. ii. Schtth's,
Barclay Brother?, aud at my olliee.
Sold in Oil ft. and $l.l boxes. Special
rates to dealer on . application. Sent
postage paid oil r?"eipt of price.
IJLw-tf. Hit. Wm. Wool.
A I t 'TION
Wednesday morning, K:tt0 o'clock, J an
uarv 'i, 177, at Hector C. A.
Seventh ktreef, between Washington
avenue and Walnut alreel, consisting ot
liia-'entire household furniture, geological
specimens, and other articles, the pur lie
iilari ol which we call attention lo hand
Box 157s New Orleans, La., solicits and
forwards direct ronslgnmrnts to Euro
pean markets of smoked tongue, bam,
sausage, bogs, casnigs, etc., t te. f :
A-CAUN UNUiK, NO. M.
Knifrhta of I'f tliiaa, turn in every Krl
day uiiclit at lialt-auil at yen, in Odd-
I'ttlluwa' llaa.ll. liowt.
I tiancvllor Cniuuiaiidr.
AI.KXANDKK l.OIH.K, M) '14.
Independent Unlet of Odd-Kel-
Iowa, matt TeTT I iiuntdnT tiittlil
w at rtntr jwmt w-ven, In their nail on
Joinnicrcial nvenur, between Mth anJ Heveniu
'.n-ul N. A. luviiim, N U
' With) KNCAMi'MKNT, t O. O. K..
. .i. ii.l t-II,, w.' Hull un ttie Itratari'l
in..,.lny in every month, at 1iall'-.anl aeren
a . Comihu", : I'
a I Alltitl.DIKiK. NO. K.R.A.K. A A. II.
-g. Hold rejtular r.jiuiimniiiutioiia in Ala
..iii.' Hull, corner Commercial aveimr
' 'an.l KiBMh air-t, on Hi a-miu.l au.l
'.mrtli Minnlav l a. ti ni.ntti.
WK.tNKSPAY. .lANL'AUV 3, ls77
l ocal Weather Kr.ii.
Ciao. III., Juu I.
I a in.
i ii in
ti t I ll
rrifrant. Sitftial srvti. I . A.
HA1I H OF ADVfcaU IM.XJ.
ff ' All Mil for a.iTt:itit, are .tut and py
al.le i AiiViN. I
1litlisi bt a.li.tiiiiK Will U: l inert.-J at tt
r&lr ul II u tr ')"" lur lli Urct itiMrrtiuU
an. I V' int l'ir actl iili-iMiufnt. one A litH.ral
Jiaoiuit will Ix ii.n.lf on tUit.nar n. 1 ilU.l
lor Iiibtrtinff lui.trul i.ot- tl SuKwol ;
IliM'tiliit briix-irtua !r K rrt l.l li Ti !) Cftlil fur
eai ti inirtiun
( Uarrti, Society, Kfstival ao.J Sii tr nutiiea
will oaly 1 iiif it.-J as -herti-iiji uU
No ailvtriikfUK-iit will 1m- rercivrd at n tt.an
5i renUi, an.l no aort-rtitenu lit will !, insyrtr.l
for ! tUuu Uir.-e .loilurs i r :iiotitli
I.IKMI, III HIM H XIITII I )
Of one sfjtiari; (S lines spai.'e) or more, in
serted in tin: I'.t i.t.KTiv a follow: (i.ens
than one Mjuarc counted as a sfpiare.)
One insertion perwjuare S W
Two Insertion") jer fuare 75
i hree Insertion per iviuare 1 (i
Six iiiwruoiis per s'ptare 1 75
Two weekt per ojtiare 2 50
One tnontli per (fjttare H Wi
special rates nia.hr on hirgu advertise
tucrits or f"r longer time.
The Original Cheap Store
OF - '
1 1 J A 111 I nirei:il Aetnif.
Has reditee.l hla priee to eorrenpond w ith
the preaent it auk 1 1 w v. The puhlie need
not If reuiin.lcd tli:it my prli es bve :i! wa a
1. 1-i-rj lower I lull utiy other huu-c, but -I
wlli to Inform everbody in neeil ot new aud
frei-U oods. iu lu) line, tlint I hae made
111 re.ln. lion in all line to suit the
time. I invite all tj cull an J K-t Ui.-di,
lu'jitr-dte the fa t that I tan aud will sH
Dry liouJ'. C'lutliinr, I'.ooH and Mioe-
l.aitli-?' an.l ( . eut' Kutui-lnct; oo.ls, 11N
aud t'ap,Truuk and alUcs, Kuti, Imli
UUuketK, Sliawls, Wrppfl( Cloaks, lower
Iben any houe in the tra.le. The reason la
plain, W'v buy an.l cell only for ra-h
iU tiieiiil.er the plai-e.
!'.'. 7-lm 112 &. IU I'oiimKTcUl A ve
J. in-urte Nielnltvnae.
on Eighth direct, two doors trotn Alex
ander County Bank, Is the jdacw to;et a
lus-biotiable hair cut or a smooth shave
or anything else in the barber line. La-die-'
and children's' hair cut or drc-led.
eli In r at the thop or their lifmes.
We w ill pay no bill.i tor (.'ood-, or hut
thatidisc purchased fur the Bii-ir.n
tiy any ot the employes, unl. s.s fhe pur-cha-e
id iu:ide on a written orth-r tinned
by the'pie'idi tit r M-s-iviai y of the com
pany. Caiko Ui 1 1 ktin Co.
I.t-uleiiiiliil IS .'el- IIhII - I ur hull.
A ny oi!t- v ho wi-bes to go in the suior.n
atid restauraiit liu-ine-' t bus now the op
portunity to buy me out, n ii is (be U-st
hniness house in the city ot Cairo, for I
inti ii I to go into some oilier bii-lness
alter the lir-t of .lunuary.
I t 1 li III
Dee.-lii-3w Pronrii tor.
lini I ur Mlr ur Haul.
I offer I'-r sale .r for rent, my itweiling
house on Tenth street. wet of Wa-.hiiig-ing
avenue. '1 he hoice H new y .acicd
and painted, and is in thorough repair,
f or teflil-', el.-, apply on the premise.
Furniture and carpets can be taken with
th bolise, :it E. A. lii KM II.
The stock Of jewelry of eeiy desi'llp-
tion to be found at Under Brother;, is
simply magnificent, and they are' selling
at bottom prices. 'J heir stock cannot le
snrpaed. Call and examine. Ml
Annual I Ipnriiiir N-ile.
Stuajt A Oholson oiler the ri iiiiiiit.h r
ol their winter Mock of dry goed at
prices to close. This is au tiuusual oppor
tunity lor those who desire to purchase
their winter oods at lower prices than
the same vill ever be. ollered again.
Heier;. uiutermau Out l lite Aaliea.
Mr. Peter itnmermaii."idcaiier, reno
vator find repairer ol clothing, a
biirnetl out iu the big lire of Saturday
morning last, but Is already ready to
serve the public and bis old customers
again. He has opened out in John 1 1 y
land's old stand, at the coiicr of Com
mercial avenue and Tenth street, and re
Rpectfully solicits patronage from old and
new friends. If you have a coat, a vt
or a pair of pantaloons that needs clean
ing or repairing, take it to Peter .iiiimer.
i man and be will make it as good as new
at a price that will astonish you by its
cheapness. Remember Peter Ziimner
man. at the corner of Commercial avenue
and Tenth street. lJ-lO-lm
4'o.'arlueralii -Mo I ice.
Notice is hereby givcu that tha under
ifc'ued have tla day lonued a co-partner-chip
to carry outhe uianufacluiiughuaineas
f luuttremea, pillotaa and bolsters, whole
ala and retail, at No. l.aj Commercial ae.
uue, between 11th and I'.Hh streeU, also up
koMei iiig, repairing and varnishing. Car-pt-ta
will be M-Med and laid to order. The
si) Id of tli III 111 is IJira. A Calicr.
U. W. HU Ki
11. W. CASNEK.
Cairo, III., Dee. 5, 1S7). 5-d-lw
yeaterday alter noon after two week's
Judge (ircen went to I'hicago on
Sunday evening, and wa exeeted to re
turn yesterday evening.
The holiday bare come and gone
and we are glad ot It. People may ct
thi down to business again.
Time is money, but health is bppi
neac. If you haves bad cold or cough,
use Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, it will cure
you. Price, 21 cents.
City Clerk Stewart has removed hi
ofllce to No. Ill Commercial avenve
where be will hereafter be found at all
hours of the day.
John Wood, jr., mil ot ex-mayor
Wood, Is "pending the holidays with his
parents. Ha has been liv ing In Chicago
for apteral months past.
Small blank books kept in tk at
the City Bindery. Sold as cheap as any
book store in the cily. Book ol every
ie from two to ten quires, or more, tl
Maguire'a Cundurango Bitters
purges the bowels without causing
pain, nausea or griping. No other im-d-
ii ine acts in this way.
Pjit'l. O. Scih h, Ageid.
-Capt. J. M. Phillips, p. W. .Miller,
Mr. Linker and It. C Lorliu went to
Chicago by the Illinois Central on Mon-
j day. They intended registering at the
' Treinont house, of which. It-wilt Wilcox
Dom Pi-dro was more than charmed
w ith the I'nited states and the comforts
of living iu it. But he thought the finest
thing iu it was thit tmperor of soaps,
-B. T. Babbitt's Best," lor the woild
has not its peer.
A white woman who lived In the
large frame building on Tenth street
near Commercial avenue, died very sud
denly on Sunday last. Heart disease i
supposed to have been the e.iue of her
'J In-household goods and eflects of
the resiJenn' of I'ector Oilbert Mill he
sold this morning at lu-.:t() o'cloek. Mr.
Gilbert expects to take his duparture for
his new home in Florida iu a few days-
For holiday present there Is notion g
more acceptable to a lady or gentleman
than a line embroidered slipper, or a tine
pair ol boots or shoes. A large and se
leet variety al A. Black's slaue store, tf
The ball given by the Delta band at
K luge"? hail on Monday evening was a
sucicis in everyway. The attendance
was large, aud if there Were any present
who lailed to enjoy themselves it was
their own fault.
Louis c. Il.-rberi is about lo renifive
Ids saloon from the corner of Twyiity.
tirst street and Washington ayciie, to
the building on Commercial avetie be
tw'ccn t.oldsliiie A Hoseti'atif 's and
mis. nanny s riores.
A private letter to ( apt. W. M.
Willi un dated at Dallas, Texaj, Decem
bcr 'Jt)lU, sa a that it commenced anow
ing there on the 2'jiIi, and at noon on the
:iuth, live inches of snow covered the
More benefit can be dciivedtrom a
s.ingle bottle of Maguire's Tar filycerhie
Whisly and Rock Candy in lung atlec
tious, than tiutii any other remedy
known. Try a sample bottle, only 10
cHits. I.srge bie, LW. P. (I. Sehub,
For a smooth -have, a neat and fash
ionable hair cut, or refreshing champoo,
go to Ed. Braxton, at the planters' barber
pl.llol . 'l lie best of pel luuieries and
hair totilcs always kept on hand. The
hatli room connected with this establish
ment is the only one in the city, and is
alwavs kept in the m-atest order, ready
l'"l Ihe eotiVi liielic.' of customer. tl
--e cull Htteiitioii to the business
card of Win. Tilgg Js t'o., amiiouecrj. to
be found in another place in this isUl. (,f
the lit I i.t i is. Mr. Trigjr, the leading
inemtier of the firm, is well knoMii to
nearly ail our iiieiis !ts a thorough
bu-incss iiitn. and pcric-ctly ichabl?.
The new tino will ilo a legitimate aue
tion biisjiie--.iiul solicit a share ofp.it
rcnuge. -iioci i i. ui in s. a cuioit-ii man, was
attested ycsteiilay by ollh-er Sargent on
a warmtit swoniiiut by the colored pro'
pi ieior oi au eating iiuiisc ul the corner
of Fourth street and Commercial avenue.
Burni-s is eharged with the 1 ucitiy ot
jj.'JU m money, and a pocket kniie
worth one dollar. He was held to bail
hi the sum of ju, and In default went to
The present century has ln-en noted
lor its progress in the useful hi u. The cle-
mentc ol nature have been utilized ami
-outlined in an iluparallele.l degree, but
we know of few finer exhibitions ol this
than in B. T. Babbitt's Toilet Soap, this
new invention for toilet and bath is the
highest of possible results for purity, del
n acy and cleansing power. It is certain
to supersede all others.
sometime ilurmg Saturday night a
large thovel Willi a green handle, and a
wood-saw, were stolen troin the wood
house in the rear of lite parsonage at the
Prefehyteriau church, l.'cv. Air. Ocorge
had purL-huted Hie taw and shovel at the
auction sale at Mr, Burnett's hit resi
deuce during the day. t he thief is suit-
posed to be a tramp who as employed
about the premises a lew hours on Satnr
Sheiiii Saup and his Deputy, Jack
I lodges, went Into the circuit court room
on Saturday for Ihe purpose of "sweep.
lug it out, preparatory lo the owning
ot court on Moaday morning. They
commenced sweeping and continued the
operation until more lhau seven "bail
of dirt was removed. It was an immense
undertaking, but once Into it, Pete and
Jat k never "let u' until the lat above
full was out ot the building.
services at tne i nioii Sat-uatli con
cert at the JYebytcriau church on last
Sunday was largely attended ; ami the
exercises were ol a plca.ing mid Fuiruc
-The public rhooli reopened igaln
Hvp chariotcr. ?Miort nd.1ris.srs were tl-
livcred by Rev, fil'lnam and tleorge,
and Messrs. Oakly, Lansden aud Still-
well. The music was excellent, and the
occasion mm long to tie remeinbTtHi
bv those participating in It.
A dillkult occurred on New Year's
day between Bill Klllott and .lessee Me-
Uaille, which for a time created consid
erable eouitnot ion around the corner of
Sixth street ami 'Joruinerc.lal avenue
and Sixth and Levee streets. Both par
ties were armed, aud as both are said to
be "quick on the trigger," some blood
letting was expected, sheriff Saup, Con
stable John Cain au I Chief of Poll?"
Uossman took the parties In tow, reliev
ing them ot their arms, aud thus pre
vented what might have terminated fa
tally to one, aud perhaps both, of the
Shell Oysters at Herbert's
Restaurant, Ohio Levee. 3t
On Monday afternoon while the
dispatcher" at the Illinois Central
round houe was taking engine No. TO
to the foot of the enclitic for water, the
engine became unmanscable, and as the
'dispatcher" say, "run away," darting
lovvn the encline and onto thetranfer
steamer Met omb wlu re it came in con
tact w ith a eol car and wai brought to a
halt. Both the engine and car were con
siderably jammed up, and it will require
several days to lepalr the former so as to
render it tit lor service again. The dis
pateher escaped without injury.
Ayer's American Almanac is now
ready for delivery by Ihe druggists, and
we are tree to say that we have read tb'.s
welcome visitor with satisfaction and
profit. It contains an astonishing
amount of information which is useful
to everybody, and show bow to treat
nearly all the diseases from which peo
pie suffer. It invariably recommends
the best remedies to be employed, irre
spective of Ayer's Family Medicines,
ami furnishes, indeed, the best medical
advice by which a great majority ot ail
inents can be treated successfully. The
anecdotes, witticisms ate the best com
pilation that comes iinierournoticc, a'id
the book is a refreshing contribution lo
our enjoyments every year. .Sr. tVui
Nearly all our citl.ens remember
Mr. ,-wilt, whoa lew years ago ottl-
ciated as chief clerk of the St. Charles ho
tel und'-r Mr. Jewett Wilcox. He is a
genial gentleman and made many warm
friends here, who will regret to learn that
Mr. Swift and bis estimable wile were
among the injured in the late railroad
accident at Ashtabula, Ohio. Mr. Swilt
received a severe injury ol the spine.
Mrs. Swifts' injuries ar uot dangerous.
Mr. Keller, a brother-in-law of Joe
Able of this city is supposed to be among
the killed. Dispatches also give the
name "A. Oibson ot Cairo," as among
the killed. This is evidently an error.
We have made diligent inquiry but find
no one who ever knew Mr. Gibson, lie
certainly hails from some other place.
Shell Oysters at Herbert's
Restaurant, Ohio Levee. 3t
The circuit court, regular January
term, Judge, D.J. Ibiktr, convened on
Monday morning, but it being New
Year's day, adjourned until Tuesday
morning at S:'.'0 o'clock. The court con
vened yesterday morning pursuant to aa-
joiirnmctit. The first business done was
the swearing ot the grand jury. Nick
Hun 'acker was sworn to act as foreman
of the jury. After being sworn the jury
retired to the room prepared for them,
ami soon utter adjotirud to meet this
tnoru'ug at hall-past eight o'clock. No
business of importance was transacted in
court. A tew motions were made and
orders entered, after w hich the court ad-
ourticd to meet at !:.'0 a.m. to-day.
Shell Oysters at Herbert's
Restaurant, Ohio Levee. 3t
Mr. Abraham L. Slu-er, proprietor
of the variety bracket store on Commer
cial avenue, did suddenly sometime dur
ing Saturday night or Sunday morning.
Mr. Slusser, with his niece, Mrs. Mattie
Cole, camo to Cairo about six weeks ago.
and opened a store tor the aleot brackets
and lancy articles in that line, lie opened
his goods iu the building formerly occu
pied by Mrs. S wander as a millinery es
tablishment on commercial avenue
n.ar Eighth street. He was about the
store all day Saturday, and though suf
fering from heart disease, seemed to be
in excellent spirits and more than Usual
ly good health, lie retired at a late
hour Saturday night, and as above
stated was found dead in Fed the next
morning. Mr. Slusser was lilty-five
years ot age, aud a member ot the Meth
odist church, lie has several sous liv
ing in South Bend, Indiana, to which
place his remains were sent by express
on Monday evening. The luiural ser
vices were held on Monday afternoon
Rcy. Gillicim otlii-iating.
Shell Oysters at Herbert's
Restaurant, Ohio Levee. 3t
Mrs. S. Williamson, milliner, Cummer
ciai avenue, opposite S hull's drug store
has just received a new stock of feathers
and dowers, which she has marked down
to the very lowest figures. '1 his is the
bet and cheapen lot of millinery goods
ever ollered to the ladies of Cairo. She
invites an examination of her good--.
aprt inl ulit-e.
On and after January 2, ls77, the Alex
ander County Batik w ill close at 'I p. ui. lu
stead of 4 p. lu. 11 order of the Board of
Directors. II. Wilis.
w anted -A lew county orders, lor
which f will pay the highest rash price,
Treasurer Enterprise Savings Bank
12 -20-1 w
iiAiUX s Mttiv. n.it Balm preserve
aud n stores the complexion ; removes
freckles, tun ami sallow ness ; makes the
skin toll, w bite ami delicate. Us appli
cation cannot be defected.
Ailnptnd tT Atran4er tlnmmtr
llsmarrai. al llielr .leellna; l.aalMal-
The following are the resolutions
udopte.il by Hie Democrats at the meet
ing held at Thistlewood & Hinkle's ware
house last Saturday night:
YViiv.na.Ai. On the 7lh day ol Iat No-
vc tuber the people, of this nation exer
cised the highest prerogative ot Ameri
can citizens, in ttecidlng by their ballots
w no snouui do president, and vice-presi
dent ol this country Tor the next lour
'er . .
VtiikKF.ss, l he decision has been ren-
Icred iu iavor ot the Democratic candi
dates, Samuel J. Tilden and Thomas A.
Hendricks, by a majority of a quarter ol
a million ot the popular and a clear ma-
ority or the electoral voles; and.
WiiEKEASy Corrupt and desperate
means to perpetuate power have placed
tin courts at iiciiuucc, nave dispersed
legislatures at the point of the bayonet,
and by fraud and violence upon the bal
lot-box have destroyed the confidence of
the American people in it as an expres
sion ot their will in their selection of
their rulers, or a redress of their griev
ances against maladministration, oppres
sion and high taxation amounting to
conflsication of property lu some states :
therefore, be it
RtMlrrd, Bv the Democracy of Alex
ander county, that we have reason to re
joicc and congratulate the country upon
the results ol the last election, and It is
the sincere hope of the honest and pa
triotic cltizena of this republic that the
Republican party will peaceably submit
to the win ot the voters thus expressed,
Raulrrd, That we denounce the per
jured scoundrels w ho have presumed to
act under the authority ol illegal and
fradulent returning boards in the states
of I lorida. South arolina and Louisiana
where infamy has become notorious and
received the teal ot condemnation by
tw o republican investigating committees,
the chairman of one of which was the
Republican candidate for vicepresideni at
the late election, another Sheridan, a
prominent general in the lederal army
and at whose action the honest people of
the country stand aghast because ol the
audacity of their frauds and usurpations,
whereby thousands ol legal votes ac
tually cast were thrown out, and the
voters forcibly mid illegally disfranchis
ed, and thousands ot imaginary and il
legal votes were counted in that were
never cast, such action lieing iu violation
ol all law, justice and common decency ;
that the evidence is overwhelming ol a
conspiracy to suppress and alter, in many
instances, the sworn returns in the dis
puted states that Hayes might lie counted
in, and if the infamous scheme is success.
tul the administration of Haves will
lack the moral force to support it. and
will necessarily become a Ihkmujt iUI, m
ny-word, and anarchy and violence will
take Ihe place ot law and order.
Jt'tvlc'it, 1 hat .rants administrations
have not been marked by a single line ot
policy that either tended toward the
prosperity of the southern states or to the
stability of our institutions; that theft,
peculation. Iratid. corruption, aud rob
bery have run riot iu the land, under the
very nose of the executive, and not with
standing his declaration, "Let no guilty
man escape," be has protected lelon's
It om t uiii-huicnt, and his indiscriminate
pardons ot convicted thieves show the
shallowness and fallacy ol that declara
tion; that his late t ranuical conduct in
sending soldiers into the three disputed
states, where there was no domestic vio
lence or insurrection against the govern
ment, lo overcome with bayonets the ex
pressed will or the people, was a gross
usurpation of power, tending to throttle
the cause ot liberty, to overthrow l!e-
puhlicau institutions, ami. finally, to
Mextcanizp ttie republic.
Ji'ivlteti, 1 hat we tcel that the preser
vation of the ballot and a free and honest
election are ol the first importance, and
that this country cannot a Hold a
ivil war, disasterous and expensive, and
the blood and treasure that may follow
the consummation of the great Iratid now
being attempted upon the rights ot the
people, and which will establish a prece
dent that will rentier the votes of the peo
ple nugatory and the elective franchise a
larce ; that we trust and believe that our
rights as citizens in this perilous hour
will lie preserved when it shall be decided
by the congress of the 1 Hired States
whether constitutional liberty shall live
or die ; and while we desire a peaceful so
lution ot the (litticulty pending, and fully
appreciate the disasterous results that
might follow' au opposition ot force to
Kepublican lorce and Iratid, they must
with lull notice assume the responsibility
that may arise if their threatened policy
be carried intoellect.
JiiHulreit, That it is the dntv of con
gress to maintain and defend its consti
tutional rights and prerogatives, and by
their just and lawful exercise avert the
perils which threaten the peace and pros
perity of our institutions.
iVnifi-nf, that the constitution ot the
I nited States does not confer upon the
president ot the senate Ihe right to can
vass or count the electoral vote lor presi
dent and vice-president ; that such a
right has never been exercrsed. and until
recently has never been claimed, aud an
attempt to inaugurate a president simply
upon the declaration ot the president ot
the senate will be an act ot usurpation
that should be, and we believe will lie,
resisted by the people without distinction
Words ol Warning!
During the present year, as iu the past
the grave will close over thousands, sim
ply because they neglect the means w hich
would restore them to health. Meet the
fell destroyer ut the threshold, and dis
pute his invasion by that more than won
derful medicine, Dr. M orris' Syrup of
Tar, Wild Cherry and Horchound. 't here
is no cough or cold, case of asthma, bron
chitis, blood-spitting, weak lungs, croup
or whooping cough which w ill not yield
more readily to this gn at botanic remedy
than any other medicine. If you would
avoid disappointment ami be speedily
cured, ask your druggist for Dr. Morris'
Syrup ol Tar, Wild Cherry and Hore-
hound. 't rial sle, 10 cents. Regular
si.es, uO cents and $1 at Barclay , Bros.
Prol. Parker's Pleasant Worm Syrup
U perfectly safe. Extremely palatable.
No physic required. Costs Jli cents.
Try it. l-'HunlAw
lloilowa'a I'ill Mini iMutMteut.
Scurvy and diseases of the skin, fever,
restless sleep, foul stomach, tainted
breath, languor, depresslou ot spirit, al
ways attendant on the worst cases of cu
taueous eruptions, are speedily ami radi
cally removed by these lucdidues the
ointment cleanses the skin, and the pills
purify the blood, stimulate the liver,
and promote digestion. cents per
box or pot. diw-lw
About sixteen years ago I executed
aud delivered to Charles Harrington my
note of hand for ilfty dollars. A said
note of hand is said to have been lost or
mislaid, tills is lu notify ihe legal pos
sessor or holder thereat, that 1 require Us
immediate presentation to me for pay
ment. FR Eft RICK SCHa.ll., ,
lit Goote Island, 111.
At the Residence of
RECTOR J. A. GILBERT,
Seventh Street, between Washington Av
enue and Walnut street,
Wednesday Morning, Jan. 3, "77.
Consi-ting of bedsteads, beds and bed
ding, cabinets, cases, extension and cen
ter tables, wardrobes, bureaus, wash
stands, chairs, rocker, lounges, beating
stoves, glass and queensware, pictures,
clocks, carpets, pillows, flower stands,
fruit Jars, collection of tropical shells and
corals, bird cages, aquarium, oil clothes,
zinc, lamps and brackets, ornaments,
tire stands and grate scrcenes, books.
curtains, provisions, etc. ; also one ele
gant cook stove, water tank attached and
utensils complete, together with kitchen
ware of every description.
Wivikh & S THWART, Auctioneers.
Caiko, Ills., Jan. 1, 177.
There Is nothing new to be said ot tlie.
market here. 'Fhe weather continues
cold, atid iu consequence of low water
and ice gorges river traffic is entirely sus
pended. The through freight business
continues to embarrass the railroads, and
it's only occasionally that merchants are
able to procure shipment to wav points
The w oik of loading barges at the wharf
here continues, but w hen there w ill be a
snHleient staee of water to move them
it Is impossible to predict.
With this condition of affairs little is
being done, and business in most of its
leading branches is comparatively at a
standstill. But, as stated in the last
I'Rict ; CfRRKXT, w ith anything like lair
shipping lacililies ttie Cairo market
would be active, but under the circum
stances little or nothing Is being done.
Rates ol freight are unchanged.
1 he flour market is in pretty much the
same condition as last reported. The
market is bare ot all low and medium
grades, while the demand is lucicasing.
Prices have advanced. Choice grades
are in moderate supply, with au active
demand at slightly advanced price.
Hay and oats could be sold readily if
there was any way of moving them, but
under the cirt um.-tances the market Is
quiet. Prices, however, remain as last
quoted. The supply on hand Is equal to
the wants of the trade. There is no de
mand lor corn. '1 here is sufficient on
hand to supply all inquiry, Meal is iu
moderate supply, with a slightly more
active demand. Bran is in moderate sup
ply, and quiet. Potatoes are still scarce
and w anted. There is no active demand
for apples, witli a corresponding supply
on hand. The market is well stocked
itli all kinds ol butter, and the demand
s not active. Eggs are scarce and
wanted. The market is comparatively
bare. Dressed meat is in good demand.
with but little arriving, hides and tal
low remain as last quoted. There is a
good market lor them. Poultry is plenty
and dull ah There is very little game
coming into market. There is a lair de
in and for it.
fttafOur friends should bear In mind
that the prices here given are only tor
sales from first hands iu round lots. In
tilling orders and for broken lots It is.
necessary to charge au advance over
these tig tires. tml
The flour market remains in pretty
much the same condition as last reported.
Low and medium grades are still very
scarce with au active demand. Prices
are a littl better. Choice is In good de
mand and scarce. Sales reported were
500 bbls. various giades. 94 5H(jj7 2." ; '200
bbls. various grades, $o(uj aO ; luo hols,
various grades, on orders, 95 AVu7 60:
oiHJ bbls. various grades, $5 'MQH CO.
I he market is at a standstill. There is
au active demand, but as there is no way
to move it, sales are not consummated.
Sales reported were 2 cars mixed, $10;
1 car timothy, J 12.
W hat we have said of the hay market
is also applicable to outs. Owing to the
embargo placed on shipments, the mar
ket ts dead dull. -No sales were reported.
There Is nothing doing In corn. The
market is full, with no demand. I car
w hlte, in sacks, sold at 44c.
Meal is In lair supply with a limited de
mand, loo l.hls city, sold at 9 J :I5.
One hundred sacks sold at 75c. 'I he
supply is limited, with a slightly more ac.
There is an active demand for potatoes
The market is bare. Three dollars ier
barrel is the ruling price.
The market is quiet; supply light,
and demand limited, with no material
change in prices.
't here is an active demand for dressed
meats at former quotations. There is
very little ou the market.
HIDES AND I ALLOW.
Seven hundred lbs., green salt sold at
7l-; .ski lbs., dry Hint. lU i It'J ; I ,uo0 lbi.
Chickens are plenty and dull sale
Young chickens are not wanted. Tur
keys sell more readily, though the de
maud is not active. Dressed chickens
are worth $2 oo. Sales were 5 coops
young chickens, l on; a coops hens
2 7."t$3; 5 coops turkeys. lHi9M; 2
coops ducks, f 2 ; i coops geese, 4 5u :f a;
7 do., young chicken, dressed, .'
UAME. Deer is wortli '(, and sells readily.
(Quails are worth 91 per doz.
Butter of all kinds is plenty aud doll
sale. Sales reported were 400 lbs. South
ern Illinois, 17(a liA; 300 lbs. Central
Illinois, 20m 2Je; 1 package Southern Il
linois roll, 10c.
There are no eggs In the market, aud
the demand is active. Five cases sold at
i W ; .1 cases, 2-k:, .
Three hundred and tlfty barrels salt
aoi4 at i (mav ou.
Five hundred lbs dry Hint fold at Ife
10lc ; 1,000 lbs greed salt, 7le 5 fiOO lbs
tallow, 7 . i i .
GAME. ' '
(lame of all kinds Is nlentv and dull.
& do., rabbits told at 75c.
, FI RS. . . . ,
Ki rs Beaver No. 1 $2 6h No.
Pi; No. a f4; No. A $2: No. 4 $1.0.
Mink Na. 1 $1 ; No. 1 75c: No. 3 60c ;
.so. inc. i:aecoon iso. i 0c; o. ,
4"p ; No. 3 20c ; No. 4 10c. Skunk No,
I Koo No. 3 ttiei No. 3 30e: No. 4 15c.
Fox-Oray No. 1 il t No. 2 75c : No. 3
60c; red lox No. 1 91; No. 2 75c.
opo sum No. 1 10c; No. 2 8 ; No. 3
35c. M uskrat -No. 1 20c ; No. 2 15c : No
3 10c. Bear-No. 1 110; No. 2 $7 No. 1
$1; No4fl. Wolf Mountain No. 1
12.50 ; No. 2 fl 75 ; No 3 91 ; No. 4 75cj -
rrrnne woir no. 1 fl 25; 0. 2 one,
W ild Cat 2.V. House Cut 10c. Ba direr
W e quote Paradise end Mt. Carbon or
track, n( uip.$3 ; nut, 92 , delivered car.
load per ton, lump, 93 50 ; mit, 92 75,
delivered per single ton, lump, 94 ; nut
$3 25; Rauin or Harrlsbuig coal ot
track per load, lump, $27; nut, $10: -? -livered
per ton. 93 50 ; Pittsburg p. r.
car loads on tack. 95 50 oer ton.
The supply Is equal to the demand,
Sales of 40 bbls. ditilerent grades, sold at
from 92 to ii 50.
W AM DtrARTMBICT Hirst" RafOT, 1
Jan i. '.e?i 7. 1
ft 1ST. j IT. IM.
Cairo I 7 X 6
Cincinnati..... : li 0 l'J
Nashville ! i 7 0
St. Louis 11 3 - S
Mrnu.hi ! 11 S
V ivkabtirir S ; --
Nw Orlt-uos I !" lo a
.Se-igeauit, Sutitl Service, II 8. A.
Not shipping. River has risen C
inches during past 24 hours
Capt. Bob Wise, of the steamer J, W.
Gall', returned home last week, and
found au addition to (he family in the
form of a bouncing boy The Ten-
ties see is frozen over Capt. Hamble
ton is in the city. If there ts anything
the commodore enjoys i it walking from
the C. & V. transfer to the wharf at the
foot of Sixth street, and then to make it
interesting, to check the streets as his
fragile form moves along
Gorges are next in order one at Ran
dolph, one at Fort Pillow and one threat
ened at Council Bend Tito Ohio
is froen over at Paducah
D. J. Foley, our young and popular Coal
Agent, made his appearance ou the
whan Sunday, after baying met with a
severe attack of sickness.... The Ches
ter bad ceased loading, and is now only
waiting lor the order, "Let go."
Lyon's Katiiairo.v makes beantiful,
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevents its fall
ing out or turning gray. It has stood
tlie test of 40 years. Is charmiDgly per
fumed and I ( n rival.
Filly cents, at Winter's Gallery.
Popular illustrated bookCstfbpagesort
Manhood I Womanhood I M arriauC t
Impediments to Marriage; the cause
and cure. Sent securely seated, post
paidfor 50 cents, by Dr. C. Whittier,
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the great specialist. Read his works.
Evansvllle, Cairoand Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Faduoah, Shawnee town, Evans
ville, Louisville, Cincinnati
sod all way landings.
Tbt leiraiit ildc-wbeel ttsaoiei
VALTxa B. rBMtxCToii. ..afkstrr
JllAULK" I'BNXINOTON Ol'-rk
Will leavs Cairo ctwt WEDNESDAY at 8
o'clock . Di,
Tlir 0cW sisaJurr
Dsn UuWABO ..Ussier
to lUIMUt Clit
Ltmtrst air tvtrr SATURDAY.
Each lioal aiaEas close eoaasctloas at Cairo
1U1 ttrst-clas steamers for SI Louis, ateiu
ptiis and 'w Orltaaa. and al EauaiU win
Us k. ICU. U tor all Kiau Nona atul Easi.
and wilhlasj-laiavlUe Mail aHsauact (oaU
points on tka Upper Otuo, givuig larwurfu re
ceipts ot, UvitfliU aiul iiaaiaiisjera la ail puuita
tut urtber InfornialioD apitl U
sol.. SILVER, Vaasraa-er Aaat
HA 1X1 DAT BROS) , I
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Or to ii J. uKAaOlER.
4urliiU'iid?nl sod U-uveal ireful Aj-eat.
oa-u-(. Evmisv ill iaUiaba.
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