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JAMO BUSINESS HOUSES
Nol. Any btislnena firm can have three line
pier, In this column under appropriate headuiK
el the rate if 91.fi" r mouth or til pur year
l-syablr quarterly iu n lvanca.
Hardware, Moves aail Tin Wtire-.
a'. HALt.KY T-lrrlntovirli,TIiiBil Hard
vrai. Oniden ami raim'-rs' Implements, W iie
lioodrt, Jtefrigeratom, 1'uilipa und 1edd'K.
1 15 t olirmereiaT Av-ime. l.uiUiiiiiK, and Job
Work Join on abort notice.
.1.5. McU A UK V- I tralrr in hnr.l eofl Imu
lr, flooring, re. I in;, siditiR and urUix-l
lumlier, Uth and sliinijlev ollio mid )p
uornt-r twentieth lrwt ami Washington svenue-
LANCATElt St IIK:K-1mNta Id sinh,
door, blinds, t-tc , bnrd aud Kofi lumlier and
eMngies Yaul and oUioe, .imirclal avenue,
1. IIART.M AS lraler iu Uuo-imware, Toys.
Im nd all kinds of fatiry articl-v cimnn-1-nal
avenue, corner ith tirn-t.
WILLIAM WIVl.IL-ith a I reel Ijet wen
oitiiiKTcialavru.ic nui Wa-tlutiiflou avenue.
llothniK anil ytrrthant IndlorlMar.
JOHN ANTRIM -Mm. -haul Tailor ui.d di-alri
lb Ueady bin At Clothm. 78 Kino Le.
Meal I. elate- Attrnrtra
U J. HOWI.LY-K.nl Estate Atfi-ul. lluya
Uid tt-lia itl rtUtv, cullcrla irrim, .) U'
for n'ii-relcienl etc. l oninucrtml avcnim, oe
IwnuMuUi and I full xlrn-U.
t- L'.L .i L.J ! f . I
J. G. LYNCH'S
Real Estate Column
AlfcXatiilar couuty land, i an Jots in
extliange lor St. Louia roierty.
I OK SAI.K.
A tiiie rfi'l';iicc on foiijer Halbrook.
fcVtinie uiiJ Twrnty-tliird str-t. at a li-r-yaltt.
Cottitefti Sixth ftrett b-tAfeii kt
hKlon Tfnue and Walnut street.
Uouae uittl lot on tiihtli at reft 1elvs -
Wbltiut and CMaT. $fiM.
.'vsa-etory lionau on Twenty W'itU
trett, bet went Hoiilnr aud t'ouiiuerclul
SUte room lat. ly ocvuijled by Ito Ae
ilachlue Co., on (..'ommercial avf-nuc, U;
tCfett Teutti nnd Eleventh ktrctt".
The flril floor cf a brl k dtvelllriK . or
Lr ot Nlueteirith and Poj-lcr trct tt.
Cottuso on thf north side ot Twelfth
itreel UrtvTctn Walnut and CVd ir.
PiniMCbS hoU"? on Lfee aiiett fcbo'
tlut, and la Rood rpair.
Eoonia In a two gtorv lon on om
tuiTvlal avenue Utwteu Ninlb and Tenth
Store room near tuner of Twentittft
r.d Poplar itre-t; J 3.
Ti-Beroents S, 4, 5 and 10 lu Winter'
flow lor $10 per mouth, acl In drt-cla!a
Cottage on i wenty-tialatreeV bcteen
Sroamorean J Poplar.
Koomi In nearly eery part of the .lty.
FOU LEASE OU.SLE.
I.andi in tintt to u!:, near C'liitt?
f trat C Mae l.ouu.lry .
It Is now conceded lliat Mr. Coleman,
Che laundresn, No. 12 Fourth trret.be
twt en Washington find Cotutix'iml avo
;uc, lias one of the best conducted laun
dry trUUUhtueiitt iit the tty, and laud-
-rtli of hotelj an J boardini houses will
Jud it to their advantage) to taii upon
n r. Hi-r price are ailullows: Hotel
md boarding lioue wii-ihinjc 75 cents per
Jjzen. For phtu work iritea are as lol
.owi : Single shirt and collar, lSts ; two
hirt-" and two collars, 25c ; kt dozen,
90c; sock, 5c; two collars, 5c; two
bAiidkf rchlcf, oc ; voi-ta, 20c ; and all jrcn
ilemau wear, fcOc per dczou ; ladiei
plain calico drese, $1 per doyen
calico ihrjK-s with esir.t triminin, 5oc;
rthitfc dre;ie.s, $1 l;ihei underwear,
nne or course, $1 por dozeu. 1 II
frirr Ziiniiirnuiin iu flti Aa.tea
Mr. PetiT .ininieriivin, c ii'iin. r, reno-
ator and rep:Jnr id ehuhiiix. wa.
burned out in the Mr tiro uf Naiud.iy
luorninx la-t. but It ulttady irady to
ervc tin! public uiid his old i'utomera
ui;ain. lie h.is opetitd "Ut in .lohn Ily
and' old t;md, at the c-i in-r ol C'mn
luerciul avenue and Tcntli olivet, and te-
pcctfuliy Roli'.'it puirvi:t!ji' lioin oKli.iul
j.ew friend'. It you hne a coal, a veit
or a pair of p.tntnhii that ne(U eieau
injj or ippaitinp, take it to Peter Zinuuer
iiaan and he will in. ike it u good as new
ut a price that will ntoni!t you by It
cheapnosa. ltenieinlx'i- pid r Zimmer
man, at the corner of onini. i f ial avenue
ind Tenth street. V-lt-lm
We will pay no Bills fur t'oods or uer
ahandiac purtha-ed fur the HtutErix
by any ot th employes, unleei the pur
'hae la made on a w ritteu order finned
by thojprfaidrnt or secretary of the com
pany. Cairo Uci.lkiiv l'o.
Jfl brown has taken ch-trge ot the
t-atber shop on Eighth atreet. near Wa.U
tntc.n avenue, lately kept by Oanlel
Latiifei t. Jufl Ih a i'ooJ bai Im r, and kit
Helti a share of patronsj;. Oive hlia a
a.l and aatUtv yourseli. ti
rtc advertisement ot T. J. Keith, geu
ral insurance agent. Mr. KeiiU will,
promptly attend to any bulness you may
sutrust hiru with in t!i liiiiiriu.'; line.
Uaumuiu Uai.y proerv
and restore the. complexion ; itmoves
freckles, tan and sallowiiess ; wakes the
skin soft, white and delicate. IU oppll
totiwii eannot be detected.
Eton's Katbairov makes tteautltu),
4losy, luxuriant hair ; prevtuts It tall-
icg out or turning giay. U La stood
the test of 40 year. 1 charmingly per
fatted Riid Lai no rtvah
The atock of Jewelry of ever deicilp.
tion to be found at Buder brothers, U
limply magnitlceut, and they are selling
at bottom prices. Their 6tock cannot te
urpasaed. Call cd exatoioe. l-tt
ABCALON LODUK, NO. SI.
jvnirntsoi rruiiu, roenviTy rn-
JM ilav nluht at hall-naat eesraa. in Odd-
Sellows' ilnll. Uowt.
.. , ALKXA.NDLR LOIMJK, NO. 2!24.
rT ". Independent Order of Odd-ret-b
J lows, meui every Thnratlar iihtbt
at half-past wren, In their hall oa
-hhiiixtoUI aveuur. between sixth and fteventb
V.reet Will K- Hawsiss, Jt. O.
UIIIO KNCAMPMKNT, I. O. O. r.,nnta
i" dd-t'i Hows' ilall on tbe fl rat und third
I m- lay in every monUi, at balf-paat seven
A. Com". C 1
ft. CAIKOLOHOK. NO. 17, A. 1". AA.M.
Hold recrular communications In Ma
jJ toutr Hull, eorni Coinmeri-uil avenue
' vtn, KiKliU" s'n-rt, o the sri-AOd anil
".in. 'I h Monday ol rarh month.
RATI.A OP ADVEHri-.HU.
tJ-AH bills fur a'tTertUinx, iv due and y
111 IK ADY&Kca
Trauaimt adrartlaipg will b laacrte1 at thi
rat of U ot) rnuar for the Crdt lnaertiun
and y ceota tor each aberquent one A liberal
ilicouiit wUl be tna le ok etanding aodtlid
Kor u.aertinK lunarkl not lie tt Pu Nutlceot
n.tiug of oeifllM or crt orlrr V) eM( fof
. h insertion
l liutib, Soolity, FcatlValatld Sdprr fentirra
will ouly Utlnwrtvd aa atveUUnuenU
' adrrrtiHtiiiit will be received at Irai tl.iui
fri nU, ard no KlTertiitn.ini will it iiei(' l
fur lvi than Hire dollar lr nmiilti
l ocal. isrmit.ftM xoiki.k
f .im a'juate S lliwa Kuce) or mor ifi-KPrt-d
In the Bi t i.Kiix as (allowe : (l.vn
than one I'jusre, counU'd aa a yuare.)
One inrtlnti jx-r arjnare ......$ .Vt
'1'v. o inertlonu per wjuare Vd
Thiecliihrtiona jwr tiijtnire 1 00
Six Insertions per oJjare 1 75
Two week j per aqunrc - 3 W)
One month per mittarc J SO
Spi.-eial rate made on larjc adverLi
iii'i,t or tor lonjrer time,
11ESUAV JANUAKY 10, 177.
lel Hutker Kaari.
Caiao, III., Jan U
Hah J .Xua.
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ix.441 i t.t
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!w ; (cloudy
t aUb I - I do
i'.iialnll 7 1 incbv.
Hvraeant. BurnaJ hrrrioa, I'. 8. A.
Popular illustrated bookCafiopagei'Joii
M.o;hood! Womanhood I MarkiagbI
Impediment to Marriage; thecaua
and cure. Sent securely teaUd, pot
paid for o cents, bv Dm. C. Whittie,
617 St. Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo.,
the ere t specialUt. Red hiaworka.
Bo 157i New Orlean, La., solicit and
fwwardi direct consignments to Euro
pean miiluH l smoked tongue, bam.
lautae. hogs, casnlgs, etc., etc.
iK-c. 31, ltn.
v J. bur Hlelnbvua.
on Eighth atreet, two doors trom Alex
aiider County Bank, Is the place to fet a
laahlonable talr cut er a smooth shave
or anvtbini? tlae In the barber lino. La
dle' and clUldrena' heir cut or dreaaed.
sliher at the ahop or their homes,
W j hava this dav aold to iir. L. C
T"rd the etitire lot of moulding tools
etc., of the picture I'ran.it department
ol the Bulletin. All orders for frame
etc., idtould bo sent to hlin or left at
this oflice. We he-peak lor him the lib
erality ot patronage that has been be
itowed uuon U4. His assortment Ot
moulding Is complete, price Uyond
competition and he guarentees satisfac
tion in all case.
Cairo. Oet. 10, 1870.
u Cairo Bulletin Co.
vlurU 'I rniu'e) New hook-Tlie iila
turea of foau kjr.
In annoum ina thi volume, the pub
li-hers hive no hesitation lu declaring
il to h- one of the inoit orixiual, uiurine,
iiimiai.t and entortaijiin of all .Mark
The genius requisite to render the writ
ten adventures ! a boy overwhelmingly
l isehiatiiij! to grown up renders is po
seed hv tew. and chal1enjr tlw dee-
tst adtniration. That Mr. Cleincna has.
thi li evident from the burt
ot enthu-iaatlc praie wiih wh'u h ihe
puhlieatiiHi of "Tom Sawyer iu
F.nglnnd ha teen r.'c'iviil. No words
have eerued too Miotig to express the
pleasure hit at thia frefch xhihit'on ol
the author's powers, etertedina direc
tion least expected. In entering the
new field hro Introduced, Mr. Clemens
by no means abandon hi old style o
writing as will he realized at once In the
perusal ot the nook.
The Illustrations nr.- atiperb.and taken
all In ail the book Is an incomparable
Wm. F. Pitcher Is uovr canvassing
Cairo lor the work andean luiuWh any
of Twain' previous works.
llieRnral JSew-T oraier.
Now comes 10 with sixteen cleau
neatly-printed pagei, embellished with
fine Illustration and full ot kcientifio and
practical agriculture and literature. For
the Bgricnlturirt and the family circle! it
la an iudUpcnuable. weekly visitor. It
editor-in-chief Is the celebratexl horticul
turist, A. S. Fuller, associated with
w horn are 12. is Carman and X. A. Wil
I ,rd, while, as special contributors, ttiey
ate assi-tea! by such men as William
P.oblnson, Charle Downing, Charle V,
Uiley, Thomas Median, Jame Vh-k, and
many other of equal eminence In their
respective scientllic aud practhal speci
alties. It keep Its moral toue to that
high standard which fits It lor any tatully
tn the land. The mother can relyupou
It to furnish household recelpe for dally
use, pleasant iork for leisure reading
and excellent moral entertainment for
tu. children. The father ma confi
dently look tor the lutst experiments
and discoveries in his daily avocations,
accompanied by pood advice and care
fully revise! markets, embracing nearly
every product for sale. In addition to
thia Its publisher, (the;ttural Publishing
Co., 78 Duance St., New York, at an ac
knowledgment of their lata increased pat
ronage, have reduced it price to only
$2.50 a year. 8end to them for a specl
mea wopy, which ttey will mall to yoii
Small blank books kept in ttock a
the City Ltlndery. Sold ai cheap as any
book store lit the city. Books of every
sire from two to ten quires, or more, tt
The Turner Society are making ar
rangements (or a grand masquerade ball
to take place at Turner Hall on the even
ing of February 13th. A good time
may bo expected.
MissSuaun B. Anthony will lecture
before the Taylor Literary Society of
thia city some time in the tatter part ol
February. I he exact date will be made
Simple and effectual i Magulro'
Tar Glycerine Whlnky ond Rock Candy
in relieving curing all complaints ef the
lungs, throat and chest. Try a sample
bottle, ouly 10 cents.
Derangement of the liver disorders
the whole system and vitiates the blood.
An accasional dose of Maguire's Cumlu-
rango Bitters will prevent thi a n well as
ward ofl diseases of any kind.
P. O. SCIIUH, Agetlt.
The 'Kuljfhts of the Mystic Krew
ConiUr" announce a grand carnival lor
February Uth. The "proclamation'' by
King Coinu-,to m lound in another col
umn, will be rad with interest.
Physicians recommend Dr. Bull
Cough Syrup when all other remedies
full, a a certain cure for Bronchitis,
Sore Throat, and Coughs or Cold of
l long standing. Frr sale by all druggists.
-(icorge Brown, a colored bov was ar
rt ated by Chief ol Poire Cossman last
evening tr obtaining a quantity of gro
ceries Irom Mr. 'iintllfl on Eight street
ori a forged order. Brown was locked up
and will probably be 4fiv.-n a hearing
Parties who have neglected to pay
license for the year 1877, should be on the
lowkout. There is yet time, but the "day
ol gracV Is about to pass away, and
then the city tnarthall. the police court,
and a heavy Cue. Better walk up to the
captain's office and settle.
"Let me make the songs of the na
tion, and I care net who makes tnelr
i," observes the philosopher, but he
might have !ftld more truthfully: "Let
a nation use B. T. Babbitt's BeU 8oap,
and the necessity for laws will gradually
disappear." Cleanliness ot body stimu
lates purity rt mind, and both lead us,
Land in hand, toward humon perfection.
Mrs. S. Williamson, milllr.er.Cwtnmer
cial avenue, opposite Scbuh's drug store,
has iut received a new stock of feather
and flowers, which she has marked down
to the very lowest figures. This is the
best and cheapest lot of millinery goods
ever offered to the ladies of Cairo. She
invite an examination of her goods.
The he go,rei In the Mississippi
river lelow Cairo have broken and there
is now an ope"n river, with a good stage
ot water, from Cairo to New Orleans.
This Is a great relief to our merchants,
wbo for the last four or five weeks have
been almost entirely deprived of shipping
facilities, and as a consequence their bus
iness has been exceedingly light. But,
better times are coming,
I always have been and still am sole
proprietor and manufacturer of Dr. Wm.
Wool's Fever mil. Auy cne selling a
Wood' Fever Pill not made by me, will
be prosecuted to the lull extent of the
law. For sale at the New York Store, A.
Swoboda's, F. IWaly's, P. G. Schuh's
Barclay Brother, and at my office.
Sold In 50 ct. and $1.00 boxes. Special
rates to dealer on application. Sent
postage paid on receipt of price.
dJLv-tf. Dr. Wm. Wooo.
Mr. K. C. Ford has bought the stock
of the Variety Bracket Store opposite
Croldstlne and Koscnwater, on Com
mercial avenue, and has on hand a com
plete assortment ot wall pocket, side
and corner bracket, ladles' toilets, elotk
shelve!, album trames, match sales, card
receiver, cornice piece, slipper cases, all
style and ms of picture frames, a lieau,
liiul combination of mirror, comb case
towel rack and match safe lu one piece,
fdilrt bo-oin boards, so arranged as to
hold the. boom firm w hile, iioniug ; all
styles of moulding unJ frames made to
order. Ladies pieanecall belore purchas
ing elsewhere. 1-13-lm
Prolessor Brown, lor many yeai
president aud instructor of the Bloom-
Ingtou Commercial college, ia in the c:ty
and proposes to open a school ot instruc
tion In penmanship and book-keeping
Prof. Brown ha with hiiu upwards of a
thousand dollars worth ot pen work
which he w iil exhibit this evening In the
room on Washington avenue aud Thir
teenth street. lately occupied
by the pari.-h achool. Prol
Brown come well recommended,
and the best argument of Ids ability
to instruct tn the methods of practical
book-keeping I that he has made the
busIneM the study of hi life, and is fa
miliar with all the uew as well as the
old method of the art. Prol. Brown
extends an invitation to all who think
they would like a course o Instruction
lu book -keeping Lobe present Ihl even
A Ui snd Maaii-rale Hull
will be given by the
NATIONAL CORvNET BAND
l 1 1'BNkR BALL
On Monday evening, February C, 1S77.
Admission, gentlemen, f 1 ; ladies, 50c.
Tickets roil be purchased at il. J. Mc
Oauley's aud Frank Ileley' drug stores,
at E. & W, Buder'a aud Fred Teiiliman's.
llotlowny'a nil or Oluttueul.
ScrotcU or morbid depoeiti iu the
lng'. joints aud tissues. These medi
cines have rendered thi ulseast a less
formidable :ourge than formerly, it
has been lncontestibly proved that in
scrotulous affections they have affected
thousand of cures. Sold everywhere
25 ccnti per bos or pot.
ritty eu, at WiLta' Gullet),
Tiie C'lernll find I'rnbule (ourla
tt) J. Iiaker. Judge
In the circuit court, a motion was
tnado by Jackson Trick, Esq., attorney
for Menn. W. T. Scott, John Douglas
nd Calvin Kiddle, to quash the indict
ment charging tho above named parties
with perjury, in sw earing In Illegal votes
at the late election. Judge Mulkey and
D. T. Linegar appeared for the people
The motion was argued at considerable
length. Judge Baker w ill render his de
cision thi moruUiK'
In the atternoon the case of the three
contldencc men, Hamilton, O'Brien and
Stlbbens, was called, but owing to the
absence ot Important witnesses, was con
tinued. John Jackson, colored, plead guilty to
a charge of burglary, nud was acnteticed
to eighteen months lu the penit-nMitry.
IKoBAlK CUt RT.
Vtlefoie fross, Judge. )
Probata court, F. Bross, judge, con
vened iu p'-i'ilar term yesterday mom
lug. This being the term fixed by law lor
tho examination ol oftldal bonds, the
bonds of all ofiloe tiled with the county
clcik ; and the. bond of all justices of the
peace and constables as have tiled new
bond in compliance with a late order of
the county court, were examined and ap
proved. The office of all utices and
constables who failed to till new' bonds,
at required by the order ol tna court
wre declared vacant.
.1. II. Kider vs. etate of J. II. Bidge
way, deceased. Assumpsit demand
$J.00. Claim admitted by administra
tor's attorney for said estate, and amouut
allowed, to be of tilth class claim.
Iu the estate ot George Augustine, de
ceased ; petition and bond cf Paul Mow
ery lor letters of administration were tlied
anJ approved by the court, and letters
granted. Rufus Miller, James Crues and
Frank Short were appointed appraisers
of aid estate.
Estate ot Daniel i.ampert ; piool ot no
tice for adjustment of claims filed and
approved. Claim of Horace Wardne
for 32, and ot Geo. II. Leech for tic,
against said eanv re allowed, to be
pai l, as of seventh cla.
Lit ate of Zacbariah. McDanials, de
ceased. Report ol D. D. C. Hargls, ad
ministrator, presented, approved and or
rUefoia A. Comins. J P )
Hurry Kennedy was arrested on a war
rant sworn out by Frank Gordon, pro
prietress of a bawdy house on Walnut
between Fourth aud Filth streets. A
week ago last Wednesday night Kennedy
went to Gordon's, and getting into a
quarrel with the landlady, tiummeled her
so severely as to render her unable to
leave her bed for over a week. Kennedy
was sent to jail under bonds of $200.
THE IS IMP QUESTION.
Wksl Shut I bo Done to RI4 tbe Com
munity or lueir Preseu.ee.
Caifto, HI., Jan.
o Ik Kditor ol tec BcLlcnx ;
Dear Sir : The tramp question 1 ob
taining considerable prominence all over
he couutry, nud the great question at
resent is w hut to do with them. While
the-re are many deserving men forced
into this mode of lite, not through
choice, but r.eeessity, trom appearance
the majority take to this yaabouish lite
either through pure "cussedness" or in
herent laziness. And herein comes the
trouble. It is a difficult matter to sepa
rate the "chau lrom the wheat," but
where the Interest and protection of the
community are at stake, no fahe pity for
he few deserving should guide
our action. lhey are witn me
crowd, and since we can't dis-
tluguish tin: tlifl'erenci! they will have
to stand the brunt till they can liberate
themselves from the stigma of being
called tramp. 1 lie sr. Louis li.pubh
cuii, I think "hits the nail on the head" in
In following extract from an editorial
in that pai.-r on tin- trains nuisance. It
say: "The grand principle should be
adopted that no capable man is entitled
to what he dKS not ho:ieil own or
labor for, and that those who attempt to
live upon the community deserve and
must receive no quarter. Work
can be provided for the tramp
aud those who will not work
shouil be treated 1'ke the criminals
they ue. Certainly prison late hard
enough and treatment stern enough can
be hal to frighten away, it not to re
claim the itxly drones, and it ! a false
aud maudlin sentimentality which object
to hai'slme to the clas meriting noth
ing else. If ono is linbmul w itli iileas too
teuder upon this subject, let him but
visit some resort ot the tramps Iu this
city and theie look upou the wolfish
countenances cf the beasts of prey. Hit
will acquire a wore practical view of the
matter, aud pro'tubly coincide iu the be
lief that there U threatening danger, and
that the city w acre robberie and mur
ders are more f'tquent, will iu future be
the one where tramp fallen ou I be food
ot charity." H.
Wonts or Wrirf1
During the present year, a in tho past
the grave will closu over thousands, sim
ply because tbty in gleet themiama which
would restore tlein to hea'th. Meet the
fell destroyer t the threshold, and dis
putv his Invasion by that more iUnu won
derful medicla. Dr. Morris' Syrup of
Tar, Wild Cherry and Horcuound. There
Is no cough or cold, case of asthma, bron
chills, blood -t pitting, weak lungs, croup
or whooping coujjh Mhlch will not yield
more readily to this great botanic remedy
than auy other medicine. It you would
avoid disappointment and be speedily
cured, ask your druggist for Dr. MorrU
Syrup ot Tar, Wild Cherry and Ilore-
houud. Trial size, 10 cent. Regular
sizes, CO cents and f I at Barclay A Br--)
f rol. Parker' Pleasant Worm fyrup
is perfectly ale. Extremely paiarame.
io physio rsqu.rcti
, Trv ft.
US. M. Z. C.
By the King of the Carnival.
Vo all to whom these present shall
come greeting, Xasw ys, that Inasmuch as
Kardl Oras, the thirteenth day ol Feb
ruary, 1S77, is set a part and ordained as
the grand fete day of Ills Most Ornoious
Magisty, The Xing of tha Carnival, and
dedicated to the annual visit of His Mag-
esty to the Royal Capital, it Is hereby de
First That all lines ot transportation
extending throughout the "fttval t
mala," Immediately cause to be promul
gated a reduced tariff oi fares for the
benellt of all loyal subjects who may de
sire to visit the Royal Capital on that day.
Second chat In order to testily their
loyalty, and to honor, His Most Gracious
Majesty, on the occasion of his triumphal
entry Into the Capital, all loyal subjects
residents therein, are hereby commanded
to forthwith form themselves Into organ
ized bodies, reporting promptly to the
Department of War for assignment to
stations and service.
1'hird That a cordial welcome is
hereby extended to all societies and pri
vate Individuals throughout the Boyal
Domain to participate in the grand fete
dedicated to His Most Gracious Majeity.
Fourth That iu consideration ot ready
and Implicit obedience to this, our Koyal
Uandate, each and every loyal subject is
hereby absolved from all service or alle
giance to any other power than that of
His Most Blessed Majesty, and all public
buildings and places ot business In the
royal capitol ars hereby ordered to be
closed throughout the day.
"GOD SAVE THE KING."
Given under our baud and seal at the Ro
yal Palace, la our City of Tchorau, this
11th 0th, 1877, and the Slat of our
reign. By the King,
Attest: Quirk, Grand Mogul.
Carnival Palaci. Cairo, Ills.. Jan, 13, 17C
Cio. Ills., Jan. 16, 1677
Ihe lust tew days or "son- woather
have brought auont stood results for the
merchants ot Cairo. The ice gorges be
low her have disappeared, aud we now
have an open river, with a good stage of
water, from Cairo to New Orleans. Sev
eral steamers have loaded here and de
parted for the South since our last report.
The op4JBlng up of navigation has also
caused a reduction of freight rate to the
South; both by river and rail. During
the day rates declined from 80 to 50c per
barrel lor flour, and from 33 to 25c for
pound freights to New Orleans. A still
lower rate may be looked for within the
next 49 hours.
The market generally is ia good con
dition with an active business in the
leading branches. Tho opening up of
the river has had a tendency to clear the
market ot the gretst bulk ot the hay and
oats which accumulated during the
"freeze-up," and the supply on hand is
comparatively light, with a fair demand.
The flour market 1 as-tlve. with a
scarcity of all grades, especially low and
medium. The supply is not adequate
to the demand of trade, Prices
are firm at quotation a. There
i only a light supply ol
corn on the market. The demaud I fair,
though not active. City meal is in good
supply. Transaction are light, and
prices firm. Country is slow sale. Po
tatoes are scarce and wanted at former
quotations. Apples are iu limited sup
ply ; the market is fair. Butter is plenty
and dull for all kinds. Egg are scarce
and wanted at S.'Ko-'JGc. None In the mar
ket. There 1 very little poultry iu the
market, aud very little I wanted. Live
is not saleable at all. Hide and tallow
sell readily on arrival at quotations.
Oatuo is s"aree.
tuirOitr friends should bear iu mind
that the prices here given are only tor
sales from tlrst hands in round lots. In
filling orders and tor broken lota It is
necessary to charge an advance over
There Is a scarcity of all grades, while
the demand is active. Prices are tlrru.
Sales noted were 200 bbls fancy family,
$7 25 ; 300 bbls choice family, $0 50d$
0 75 ; 100 bbls various grade, $0 75 ; 100
bbls XXX, spring wheat, 6 40; 100 bbl
Various grade, $4 75(5,7 25; 750 bbls va
rious grades, 5 25(t; 50 ; Juo bb vari
ous grades, .i 50(3,7 50.
The supply is light wiiii a lair de
mauil. Price remain steady, hale re
ported were 2 cars mixed, St 6002,10; 2
car chole Timothy. $l'2o 12 60; 2 car
ted Top, $10 ; 2 car good mixed, $11
car good Timothy, $12; 2 car strictly
Out is iu light supply, i he demand
Is good. Wde rerun td were 2 cat s Cen
ral Illinois. In bulk, on track. PJo. ; 1
car Central Illinois, iu bulk, ou track
The supply ou the market is limited
wlih a talr demand. Choice while, iu
bulk, 1 woiu 3(?41c, ; n ixed, 3K3Uc,
Bales reported v. ere 2 car white, In sacks
delivered, i5e. ; 3'jO sacks, white, 4ic
'I he supply is fair. D-nniid limited
Sales were 270 sacks at $11.
Potatoes are scarce an t warned at for
Very few iu the market. Choi
Southern Illinois will sell at $2.50 per
hr.i. Ten bbls. Choice (Ohio) Rome
beauties, sold at S3.
Rurt.?r 1 Dlentv and dull. 'I It upl -y
exceeds thw JcmaiiJ. fi reported
were 300 lb Southern Illinois roll, HQ
oV, 200 lb Ceutral Illinois, j22c; X
lb Central Illir.ol roll. lk; 2tH) lbs
Smlberj Illinois, roll. 1h ' Ai Soutt-
ern Illinois roll, choice, lW20r;40O lbs
.orttiern roll, 175 2oc..
Eggs are very scarce, while the de
mand Is actfve. They are taken on ar
rival at 252k). Five cases sold at 2-'c ;
1 case at 27c.
There Is very little dressed moat ol any
kind on live market. There Is a tair de
mand tor all kinds. Sales reported were
13 hogs, 0(ST,Jc ; 3 hogs, flfefijo : 2 sides
beet, 4c; 2 mutton, Cc.
The supplof poultry is not larjre. hot
sufllcient for the trade. Live is very dull,
and hard to dispose of. There Is a mod
erate demand for dressed turkevs at
ll12c. Chickens sell at $2 2o2 75, ac
cording to quality.
Hides and tallow are taken readily at
quotations, nales were 900 lbs., green
salt, "e ; COO lbs., dry flint, lGQICJc;
S"0 lbs. tallow 7 jo.
The supply Is light with a fair inquiry.
Rabbits are worth G3ci,7iV; per doeu
quail, 75t2,S5c ; deer 0c.
Firs Reaver No. 1 l 00: No. 3
$0; No. 2$1; No. 3 $2; No. 4 $1.0.,
Mink No. 1 $1; No. 2 75c; No. 3 00c;
No. 4 10(1. Raccoon No. 1 70c; No. 1
40c ; No. 3 20c ; No, 4 10c. Skunk No,
I 8. "kj No. 2 liOo; No. 3 30c; No. 4 I Sc.
Fox- lav No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c ; No. 3
50 red fox No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c.
riostim No. 1 10V: No. 2 He; No.
35c. Mu-krat No. 120c ; No. 2 ISe ; No
3 10c. Bear No. I $10: No. 2 $7 No. 5
$3; No 41. Wolf Mountain No. 1
J2.50; No. 2 $1 75; No 3 $1 ; No. 4 7V;-
Prari W olf No. 1 Si 25 ; No. 2 SOc,
Wild Cat 2oc. House Cut 10c. IU xcr
We f.note ParadUe and Mt. Carbon or
track, lump, $3 ; nut, 2, delivered car.
i i ... . i f-j -I.. ..... a-a T
I'jwi prr con, lump, io ju, urn, u
delivered per single ton, lump, v4 ; nut
is 2u; Kaiini or UarrNtnitg com or
track per load, lump, $27; nut, $10; de
livered per tou, is U) ; Pittsburg per.
car loads on tack. $5 50iertnn.
The supply Is equal to the demand,
Sales of 40 bbl. diiliereat grades, sold at
trom $2 to 2 50.
WaJi XJBi-ahTMaRT, Rivui Rarer, '
Jan. Iu.;.f77. i
New Orleans .
Beluw high water eflsT
Obaerrer at Evaaevllla repoita lee moving,
rarsa broke and river ritina six inches an houi.
LouiiTlde reports river rling- rapidly, Heavy
gorges of Ice corning from above. Padnrah
rcpurled Tennessee mar gorge broke at 3 p. m
JAME3 WAl 8O.N,
Serf eanL Sicnal Servioe, D . 8. A.
River swelling, having raised a foot
during the last 24 hours J. W. Oar.
ret and barges arrived last evening with
Cll hbd sugar, 75 bbls utolassees, 77 bbl
bbls rice, and 20 packages bottles. She
Is reshipping her cargo ou the
Illinois Central railroad EL C.
Yaeger left yestertay with 600
tons freight and good rates
Chas. Quesnell, of the City of Helena,
arrived this morning (u time to load the
Vicksburg. The Vioksburg commences
loading in the morning aud intends leav
ing on Wednesday Capt. Keiser,
alter rendering all necessary assistance to
Capt. Riley, returned to St. Loul on
Saturday The Anchor Llue packet,
John B. Maude, will be here to-morrow
night with an immense trip of cotton
The Idlewild was taken from her moor
ing on the Mississippi side, and now lies
at the foot of Eighth street, awaiting
order The following boats are in
port, but will soon bid us adieu : Auita,
Ironsides, Alice Brown, John Gilmore,
Joseph II. Bigley, Ike Ilammit, Bis
marck, Tolle, Idlewild, lid Boy, I aunie
Baylies, City of Alton and Vicksburg......
Tho Ironsides is shipping some ot her
enrgo to St. l,ouis oy tne cairo
and St. liOuis - railroad
The gorge at Paducah "dissolved'' yes
terday at 1 p. in., and to day it ha been
Hosting lazily along toward the sunny
South, with the appearance that last
niijht ruin proved too much for it. The
City of Alton is loading at the wharf
for New Orleans and way. Her rates
are 20 and 40 . cent through
here are 2,000 bales ol cotton at Mem
hi for the Ohio river The James
Howard leaves Memphis for Now
Orleans to-morrow.;: A grand
reception was given Hcese Du-
gan atid bride at Cincinnati
.Memphis it-ma ot Friday: Ihe gorge
from Port Pillow to above Flet
over 15 mile long, still holds
the mistv weather and warm tempera
ture of tb past three days, 1 exacted
to . loo ten it before the
cod pe can ttayo effect...
The CaroudoUt wont South to-day with
2,200 bale cottou, 1,000 bbl oil and
8.000 sack oil inettI...The .ran
nle Tatuui expected to leave here to
morrow for bt low. Two barge loaded
with 1.500 bales ot cotton and a large lot
ni nil meal await the Atlantic to be
towed South... Another cotton-loaded
barge will ho ready for the Bee- ami tow
Slulriueut of lato S'ooUilton
01 tiu Alexander Count V :Ban ol
Cairo. Illinois, on Monday, January 1st,
Loan and dUeount.... $ M'.2 I?
Duo from other banks..
Cash on hand.
Outfit aud toruituro.
EarulDgs. " ,
f . Bxoss, Prosident,
a. Wslls, Cathior.
gworn u aud subscribed before 00
this lh day ot January, 1877,
1-f-lw Xotary Putilo.
REPORT of (be ensKlitlota ef the Cut Na
tional Hank, at Cairo, la the State of Illi
nois, at th close of bnainesa, Dec. n, IS7I
tmna and dincnunt....-.M ....aiy.,' ST
IJ. 8. Honda to aerora clrrulattoa.... Mi.uw Ot)
L'. SI. Bonds OB hand....-. S.SOO Ou
Other stocks, bonds and mortc;ata... 14, 01 SI
Lue frorrt approved re-
serve airenu.. -....SI It, 144 IT
Diie from otiier KatioaaJ
Hanks ' 1,928 M
Due from State banks and
baukera II.7S1 TI 140,12114
Heal estate, furniture and flxttire....
Current expenses and taxes paid
Checks and other cast)
Items a t.Mt
Dill of other National
banks - 7,441 60
Fractional currency, including-
nickels 6,(W0 00
Sperie (inciudinn gold
tre-vHlirv rutMiu.,1 O SI- Si
11, Mt at
Legal-tender uotc 3 ItfG is
Itedt mption fund with V S. treasu-
rer t.- per cent, of circulation) ....
L-uerroralT d. treasurer, other than
6 pel eeut. redemption fund
I I4RII IT1Z
Capital atock paid in ,
nurpiuK iunu m
l nuivideu profits
National bank notes outatandlna;
. 67,3 St
.. 4S.O0O 0
umviuiiai urpoana lull
J act to cheek....
5, Ml 01
4,S.t; 38-2j ISO M
l'ue to Stme
Total ataa.2Su st
tate ufllllnois, I'ottiity of Aleiandtr )-aa.
I. A. It. S afford. Chanhier of the atrf.ve
named bank, do solemn lv wear that the above
Taiemem ia true to the Mat or any inowienre
andliellef. A . B. -SAFFCmD, Cashier
Siilmciibeit and tworu to before trie thia lilk
day ot Jan. lT7. If. M. CAN 1)1. K,
W. I'. II A 1.1,1 HAT. )
R. II I KMNOIIAM, JDIreewi
O. It. WILLIAMSON. S
Mr. II. T. Miller, assignee cf Phil
II. Sanp, will sell, to-day, below cot,
the toys, candies and nrewoiks at the
old stand in W inter's block; alnO tho
show cases, counters, shelves and other
appertenancea at extremely low prices
Those deslriug bargains In thi line
should not fall to call to-day, a this is
the last opportunity.
The Bert on IttMford.
Nevv Orleans and Texas
via New Orleans.
TICKETS GOOD FOR THIRTY DAYS-
Om wv.onxsday, January 17th, 177.
at 8 A. M., a Special Train, with atnpla
and first-clasa accommodation in every
respect, Including l'ullmsn Palace Sleep
ing Coaches, aud an elegant and well
kept ltairesliment Coach, will Uaye Cairo,
ill., en the New t rleans, fit. Louts and
Chicago HaUroad, and run through to New
Orleans and Texas, making food connec
tion at New Orleans with Vlorgan'a Louts
tuna and Texaa Railroad, and at Brasher
City with Morgan's magnificent line of
steamers lor Galveston.
FARC lor the round trip to QALVEs
TuN and return :
From CAIRO and between GBAND
I I'CriOM and CA1KO $20 00
To NEW ORLEANS and return :
From CAIRO, and betwn MILAN
and CAIRO fit Oo
Children under 12 years half price, under
4 years free.
l'icke; will be ou sale at Cairo, Fulton
and other Stations nn the New Origans, bi.
Louis and Chicago Railroad.
Ticket bow on sale, and will continue to
be sold to the departure of the train on the
morning-of the 17th, and accommodation
ill be ample for any number that may be
Tickets will be good going on.apecial
train, Jsnuary 17th. Good returning 00
any train or date until February 17th in
clusive, thus giving 30 days, and allowing
every one to return at pleaaure aud com
peHhix no one to remain longer than they
FaeMal arrangements have been mad
with tue railroads leading out trom Gal
veston to the Interior polut tn Texas, at
verv reduced rates, lor the benefit of those
wiNUlug to look at the country.
Kor tickets, apply toj.it. Jusra,
For lurtbei information address C. L.
COLLINS, Trerevant. Tuna. General
Manager of Kxuurslou. . 1-13 4t
WXX AJIE TUJC
The Best Coal Cook Stores 1
m mot mm
SLsm, styles aad trie to v&vnci sa.
Taw aM ux yov 4m fct tte MONiTIH.
VH. RESOR & CO., CteteaiMjO.
Mill f I
employment al wfcirt icoo .sjJ J-J
arjie pav, in yuuruw, i....., i
aw ay trom kmw or iiigyi. fur
iroin ni.iu v '".--," 0r
every town ana coudsj w - . iam
The Centennial Raowd. JM2,j U
lu ih.i:nitMl statwe U page. Kiuiua
eaanty lllaalraUsti Terms ooljr "T"
I be irt Jsej "5! Vjg
KxhtbU.o. "'wanS it. The who
in detail fcj0 'rJc In tuoU Coontry
?r:-Hu'odre.lih Aaaivaraary of tne Udepead-
orfli. Unit! bUte.'' U b l-
rhca. iiir"" ,'-"''1 m
y anuw ihe nauer ana Dioturt ana
.inu of jubecribera are eaallv bbtaiaed avsvv-
whre. Then Is no bualnee that wUt Boy Roe
Oj-ai present. We Lae aaanv oaeahs who ore
making as high as I Jo per day ea-1 opwoid
Now as the tiaaci oi t Oaaav . - aWnesabai it
eoeq notOiM U arlve toe aojinsaa a SkiaJ oJ
tur circulars, vamt, aad aanmiefapy oipae'.
wbicb are ani rr iuuism appsjt uo 11 iv
day. Campwwaatai fraeto kurne JjaciJa
w ufwa euewsra auq wammwm . mmm v..
SMI as 1 djaiAoakan su to vsry keoefeoe
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