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JAIKO business houses.
fc'nlo..- Any limine ftrmmnliiiTi three lines
space, in this in I u in n under appropriate heading
at the rate nf SI 6" jr mouth or Sli per ycur
payable fiini tvrly in advance.
Hardware. Ml nnt Tin Wnro.
A. HAM.KY teler in "Moves, Tin and Hard
ware, Oai'lcti and I anticrs ' Impli-mc tils, Wire
.r,od, Kitfi igerHtnrs, I'limps and IavI.I.h.
I l.i ommercutl Avenue, (.uitcnnn, anil lob
Win k done on short notice.
.1. S . Mc A II E Y -1 culer I n hard and soft I um
ber, flooring, reding, siding and Mirficed
IiiiiiIxt, lath and shingle, nllur ami yard
rorncr i wentieiu street unl vt ii.bington svenuc
MM'AHIKR A HICK-Dealers In Sinn.
doors, blinds, etc., Imr.l and anil lumlier and
Shingles, lard and office, Coinnnri-liu icnue,
ruruer i an street -
T. HAuTMAN Leeltr in yiiecn.ware, Tovs.
tamps and all kiuda of taticy eiticl-. lo'iiiuer
nal avenue, corner tith street.
I'liotottrniiti j .
WIU.IAM WIM'KIt Sivtli street between
(nnillierciul avenue, and Washington avenue.
Clothing mill Merctinnt Tailoring.
JOHN AM III M -Merchant Tailor and dealer
In Heady JJii'lc eli)llili.(f . 73))nu Ijevee.
Heal l:atale AgenrleMe.
M. .T. liOWLKY-lti-.il r.state Agent. Ituys
and u-IU rel eslAte, collect rents, pays tain
tur non-tvmilents etc. Commercial avenue, le
f wren Ninth and Tenth streets .
J ! ! i .
J. G. LYNCH'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county lamia, t'uiro lots In
exchange lor St. I.ouiK property.
A tino rcwJfiK-' on corner llalbrnok
avrtitii' nnil Twenty-third street, at a liar
j'hin. 'ottdgcon Sixth street tx-twrc-n Wa-h-njfton
avenue ami Walnut street.
IInue and lot on Kifhtli street Ix-twee-n
Walnut ami Odrtr, i1,Q.V.
i on kknt.
Two-story Ikuim- on Twenty-eighth
trc--t, N-twH if Poplar ami Ounmerehil
Ston room lately o-ruii-(! hy I low'
Machine Co., on Commercial avenue, 1"
twecn Tenth and Kleventh .street-.
Tin' llrt lloor of a hric k lwellitijr oi lier
ol Nineteenth ami Poplar streets.
Cottage on tin; north side of Twelfth
street between Walnut and (Vthir.
iJn-ines-i houe on I-vee i-trei t ntiove
Klgiit, and in good repair.
Hooiu-i in a two story house on i'om-lueri-ial
avenue between Ninth and Tenth
Store room m-nr corner 'l Twentii th
tr.d I'oplar fetrcet; I".
TenMiieiiU 4, 5 and 10 in Winter'
uow tor $10 per month, ami in lirst-cla
Cottage fin Twenty-lirrt street hctwi en
f Tcamore and I'oplar.
Hooin in nearly every pait of ihe ity.
Ffllt I.KA-K oks.m.i:.
I. and in trai ts to Fiilt, m ar Ctiio.
I lrt-ciataa l.auHiitjr.
It Is now conceded that Mrg. Coltman,
:hc laundrci, No. 12 Fourth street, be-
ween Washington ami Commercial ave
3iie, has one of the bent conducted hiiiu
:lry catalllhlnent in the city, ami land
ordn of hotel and boarding hou-i will
find it to their advantage to call upon
Vt. Her prices are as follows: Hotel
Hid boarding houe washii.g ".r cents per
Jozen. For piece work prh-ee are as fol
ifiws : Single thirl and collar, 15c ; two
sYirtu and two collar?, 2jc ; rM-r elozen,
y.c ; oeks, 5o ; two collars. 5c ; two
handkerchief, Oe ; vcets, 20c ; and all gen
tleman's wear. Hie per doen ; ladies
plain calico dresso. 1 per cloen
?a!i'o i!rese, with extr.i trimmings, Doc;
white iln'ssen, $1 25; ladies underwear,
line or course, i-l piT dozen, ll-2s-lf
I'elrr Ilminnruian .. I of tne Arte
Mr. IVter Ziti'.menirin. cleiiiicr, teno
vator an-l repairer ol clothiug, was
buriiid out in the big tire of Saturday
morning lait, but i already ready to
serve the public and hU old curtomers
again. lie ha opened out in Juhn 1 1 y
land'f old stand, at the corner of Com
mercial aenue and Tenth street, and re
spectfully solicits patronage from old ami
new friends. If you have a coat, a vet
or a pair of pantaloon that needs clean
ing or repairing, take it to l'eter Zimmer
man and he will make it as good as new
at a price that will astoni.li you by its
cheapness. Hetncnibcr l'eter Zimmer
man, at the corner of Commercial avenue
and Tenth street. 12-lWm
We will pay no bills for goods or mer
chandise purchased for tho iUt.Lktin
by any ot the employes, unless the pur
chase is made on a written order signed
by thepresldent or secretary of the com
pany. Cairo IJt i.i.KTix Co.
led Brown has taken charge ot tho
barber shop on F.ighth street, near Wash.
ington avenue, lately kept by Daniel
I.arnjK i t. .Tetl Is ngof)d barber, and so
licit a share of patronage. Give him a
"all and satisfy yourself. tt
I iiu re.
rVe advertisement ol T. .1. Kerth, gen
eral Insurance agent. Mr. Kerth will
promptly attend to any business you may
entrust him within thu lu-uruiu'e- line.
IIagan's Mahnoi.u Haim preserve
and restores the complexion ; removes
freckles, tan and sallowness ; make the
skin soft, white uml delicate. Its appli
cation cannot be detected.
Lyon's Katiiairon makes beautiful,
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevents lu Jail
ing out or turning giay. It has stood
the test of 40 year. Is charmingly per
fumed and has no rival.
Jul in Ilrn,
Box 157S New Orleans, La., lolicIU and
forwards direct conslgumeut to Kuro
pean laarkeU of moked tongue, ham,
sausage, bogs, casnlgs, etc., etc.
T ASCAI.ON IIIMi
( ,X 1 day niKlit at half-iwat
AHi AI.ON l,OlM)lt, NU. M.
, ImrU titmy Krl-
-iwat Nvm, in Odd-
A I.K.XANDKK lAHXiK, NO. M.
in-ndrnt nlT or Ml-tt-i
"v,tA at half tHt In tbtfir haJl on
Viinniercial avi-nup. Iirtwwn hixth and ten-nth
TimU WILL K. JUwaiMH, X. U.
r1VIIU KNt AMl'MEVT, I. O. O. r.,mrta
m odd-Fellows' Hall on the Drat and third
I ui-adny in tvt ry ninnth, at half-nvHt avven
A, tomiiiiii, C I'
A C'AIKO I.OlMiK. NO.
ff Huld rfLfulir column
antiir Hull, cirni-r ti
' 'and l.iKlith ari-t, ot
C'AIKO I.OIXjK. NO.i37.A K. A A. M
iinnuvtiiiiia In Ma-
on the a(Mjnd and
nlirth Mundav nl'eaeh liiontli
n its: or AnvcuriHixu.
tJTAIl bills for a lTertjsiiii, ar due and pay
Id t ADVASCB
Transii-nt ulTurtlaing will ba loscrtcd at tb
rate of II W) per aquare for the Crat insertion
and u CKbts for each subsequent one A libtral
diitcount will be made on standing and diipl
for inserting Funerul notice 1 Notice of
im-eting of soriftks or secret orlvrs i etita for
I'harrh, Society, Kestival and Su,pr notice,
will only be inserted as advertiMnient
Ko alvertifteinent will be received at leis than
60 cents, and no advertisement will lie inserted
for leas than three dollars per month
i or i, HiiiMiss.voTKr.s
Of one square lines pai c) or more, In
serted in the Uit.lktix as follows : (Less
than one K(jiiare counted as a square.)
One Insertion per square $ 60
Two inertions per square 75
'1 liree insertions per square 1 00
Six insertions per sqflnrc 1 75
Two weeks per square 2 50
One month per square- :i 50
Special rates made on largn advertise
ments or lor longer time,
WKDNK.iDA Y JANLAKY 17, lHTJ
l.oral Heather Mepsrt.
Itailifnll I ilirln-
JAMKS WATS' 1 5,
ftericrant. Kixnal twrvtce. I. h- A
I imr 4ein
FiPy ei nt s, at Winter's Gullcry.
TVipulsritluntr.-ited hooki' 2opagpfon
Maxikkid I Womanmisid! MarriagkI
Impediments to Marriage; the cautc
and cure. Sent icurtlj e.aU (1, pot
paid for cents, by Dr. C. WniTTtKa,
617 St. Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo.,
the great i-pcciali.-t. Read his works.
J. larnrte Stleintiouae,
on Kighth stree t, two doors Irom Alex
ander County Hank, is the place to get a
laiOiioii'.ihh; hair cut or a smooth shave
or anything else i tho barber line. I.a
dii s' and childreiis' hair cut or dres'd.
either at the shop or their homes.
If oIIom h I'ilU iir StiHlnirur.
Si rolula or morbid deposits in the !
longs. Joints and tissue. These medi
cines have rendered this disease a luss
formidable scourge than formerly. It
has been inconU stibly proved that in
scrofulous afl'ectlons they have alTected
thou-ands of cures. Sold everywhere.
25 cents per box or pot.
We have this day sold to Mr. E. C
Ford the entire lot of moulding tools
etc.. of the picture framing department
ol the Bulletin. All orders for frames
etc., should be sent to him or left at
this oflioe. We le.reak lor him the lib
erality ot patrot age that has been be
stowed upon us. His assortment ot
moulding Is complete, prices beyond
competition and he gnarcute-es satisfac
tion In ail cass.
Cairo. Oct. 10, 1S7C.
tt Cairo Ucu.f.tix Co.
Word of Warning!
Durinjj the present year, as in the past
the grive will close over thousands, sint
ply because they neglect the means which
would restore them to health. Meet the
fell dei-troyt r at the threshold, and dis
pute his invasion by that more than won
derful medicine, Dr. Morris' Syrup of
Tar, Wild Cherry and Hon-hound. There
Is no cough or cold, case of asthma, bron
chitis, blood-spitting, weak lungs, croup
or whooping cough which will not yield
more readily to this great botanic remedy
than any other medicine. It yon would
avoid disappointment and be speedily
cured, ak your druggist for Dr. Morris'
Syrup ot Tar, Wild Cherry and Hore-
hound. Trial size, 10 cents. Regular
sizes, 50 cents and $1 at Barclay & Bros
Prol. Parker's Tleasant Worm Syrup
is perfectly safe. Kxtremelv palatable
No physic required. Costs 25 cenU.
Trv It. 1-MmdAw.
Til Kural .e-Yorker.
Now comes to us with sixteen clean
neatly-printed pages, embellished with
tim; illustrations and full ot scientific and
practical agriculture and literature. For
tha agriculturist ami the family circle It
is' an indispensable weekly visitor. Its
editor-in-chief is the celebrated horticul
turist. A. S. Fuller, associated with
whom are F. S. Carman and X. A. Wil
lard, while, as special contributors, they
are assisted by such men as William
Bobinson, Charles Downing, Charles V,
Ililey, Thomas Median, James Viek, and
many others of equal eminence in the ir
respective sclciitille ami practical spee-i
allies. It keeps its moral tone to that
high standard w hich tits it tor any lamily
in the hind. The mother can rclyupon
it to furuish household recolpcs for dally
use, pleasant stories for leisure reading
ami excellent moral entertainment for
the children. The father may confi
dently look tor tho latest experiments
and discoveries In his daily avocations,
accompanied by good advice and care
fully revised markets, embracing nearly
every product for sale. In addition to
this IU publishers, (the'Kural Publishing
Co., 78 Duanee St., New York, as an ac
knowledgment of their late increased pat
ronage, have reduced its prioe to only
fi.W a year. Bend to them for a spec!
men copy, which they will mail to you
Caiuo. III., Jan I'. If,'.
TwT 'lUir"TiiiWi'n. jVtT7j Wsaiii
Tarn. i.lT'i s NW ! i ( loudy.
II ' ..?7 I 4 N w , a do
t p.ni so.2. 1 j l x . I iln
THE F1BIT BALLOT.
Ui llrat Rannil In Ihe Stennlnrlnl
- . tanork-llown.
Palmer or LBn Whlrhf
The following dispatch was received at
the Ucu.kux office late last evening :
Si iii.nt.iikld, Ills., Jan. 1C 5:110 p. m.
The first ballot lor United State sena
tor was taken this afternoon, with the
In the senate the vote was :
Tho vote in the house resulted :
David Davis C
Both houses adjourned.
J. 11. Obely.
Small blank books kept in stock a
the City Bindery. Sold at cheap as any
book store In the city. Books of every
size from two to ten quires, or more, tf
Prof. Brown's rooms have been vis
ited by nearly two hundred persons who
express an earnest Interest in the open
ing ot this collge. We are glad to a-e
such a deep interest. Do not fail to at
tend. It will do you a substantial good.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup Is fat tak
ing the place of all the old fashioned
cough remedies. It never lails to relieve
the most violent cold, and for throat dis
ease It is invaluable. Price, 25 cents,
Mrs. S. Williamson, milliner.Commer.
elal avenue, opposite Schuh's drug store,
has just received a new stock of fenthe-rs
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
invites an examination of her goods.
A wise mliii.-ter, aid the greatest of
'hineit .,ilK,i,.r. tl Inw -5veta, win
admoui'h his sovereign to correct his
faults, to tudy only the good of his peo
ple, and be himself an example of all the
virtues. If Confucius were a contempo
rary of our, he would have had a wise
minister recommend one thing more to
his master, namely, to uc It. T. Babbitt'!
I always have been and still am sole
proprietor and manufacturer of Dr. Wm.
Wood's Fever 1111s. Anyone selling a
Wood's Fever Pill not made by me, will
be prosecuted to the lull extent of the
law. For sale at the New York fctorc, A
Swoboda's, F. llealy's, 1'. (i. Schuh's
Barclay Brothers, and at my office.
Sold in 50 ft. and $1.00 boxes. Special
rates to dealers on application. Sent
jiosbige paid on receipt of price.
dAw-tf. Dn. Wm. Wood.
Mr. E. C. Ford has bought the stock I
of the Variety Bracket Store opposite
ioldstine and Uosenwater's, on Com
mercial avenue, and has on hand a com
plete assortment ot wall pockets, side
and corner brackets, ladles' toilets, clock
shelves, album frames, match safes, card
receivers, cornice pieces, slipper cases, all
styles and sizes of picture frames, a beau.
tiful combination of mirror, comb case
towel rack and match safe In otic piece,
hirt bosom boards, so arranged as to
hold the bosom firm while ironing ; all
styles of moulding and frames made to
order. Ladies please call before purchas
ing vlsewherc. 1-13-1 111
-Squire McPheetcrs, of Santa Fe pre-
einct, was In the city yesterday.
Os. iJrecnley, Nick Ilunsacker and
Squire Thomas Mortain, all ot Goose Is
land, are attending circuit court.
Clurlie Willard. ot Wizard's l.iml-
ing. Union county, Is in tho city. Mr.
Willurd came duwn on his ferry-boat
which goes on the docks here for repairs.
Polk Jones, circuit clerk of Union
county, and (Jttorgo Barringer ot Jones
boro, are iu the city ana w ill leave by
the special excursion train this morning
for a trip south.
Dr. W. K. Multh will leave by the
special excursion train, which leaves thu
city this morning at 8 o'clock, tor New
Orleans. The doctor will remain in New
Orleans for several days, and then go to
Florida where b intends spending several
weeks. He has not been feeling right
well for some time, and his Southern
journey is more for the bcue&t of his
health than for pleasure.
A Urand Hatquerade Ball
will be given by the
NATIONAL CORNET BAND
at Tt nxtn n ai i.
On Monday evening, February 5, 1877.
Admission, gentlemen, $1 ; ladies, M)c.
Tickets can be purchased at M. J. Mc
(iauley's and Frank Heley's drug stores.
at E. &. W, Buder's and Fred Tt iehman's
On lUe War Pa Hi.
The New Y ork Time of January 'Jib
contains the lollowlug letter lroui our
distinguished t;)lov.citien, J. It. Cun
ningham. Justus wants a revolver a
good one, and has taken a novel course
to procure it. Here is the letter, together
with the remarks of the Timet :
(New York Tiiuvs, Jan. b )
Superintendent Walling yesterday re
ceived a letter through .he mail, of w hiuh
tne following is a verbatim copy
OirTCK OK J. I.'. ClNMMillAU,
ATTOKMlY V V OlWsKI.UlK AT I
MoixD Cii v, III., Jan. tf, 1877
To CTilei'of Police of C lly of New-York 1
Dear Sin : I want you to be so kind
as to go to A store in the city and Pur
eliasa tor me what is called the Bull Dog
Revolver and send to me by Ex Press
Collect on Delivery and 1 will get If they
Can Send by Cairo and vincennss Hall
Road I will bo obliged to vou very
mutch I May ineett in new york it we
Can Inaugurate Samuei J.Tilden Prest
ot uninted states 1 Send to you because
you are A good Judge of these Revolvers
I persuuie. Yours Truly .
J. R. C'UNMNOUAM,
Mound City, Illinois.
The t'lrrnll l lrnltale I onrl
OL .1. Hiker, -IndKe.)
At the opening of court Judge Baker
gave his decision on tho motion made
by Jackson Frick, Esq., to quash the In
dictment pending against W. T. Scott
ami John Douglas for perjury, Tho
motion to quash was overruled, ami the
case set for trial on to-morrow, Thurs
day. Judge Mulkey, D. T. Llnegar and
County Attorney Mulkey appear for the
The casc of William Farrow and
George Olrard, Indicted ftr arson, was
called. The county attorney entered a
nnllf frotiquc as to Olrard. Farrow was
then put upon trial. County Attorney
W. II. Mulkey, for the iieople; tnd
Judge Mulkey, Geo. Hemlriek and H,
II. Black for the prisoner. Parrm is
charged with sell ing lire to a house be
longing to Anderson Summons In Santa
Fe precinct. The argument in the case
will be concluded this morning.
(f. Uross, Judge. )
In the probate court the geater portion
of the day was consumed in the examina
tion of reports of administrators and
The report ot Geo. Miller, executor of
the estate of Hiram Dutlon, was ap
proved and ordered recorded.
A citation was Issued against Klias Ab
shire, Emanuel Holmes and 11. C. Nutter,
appointed to appraise the goods and
chatties of the estate of Barton B. Mar
tain, for tho return of the amount of the
specific allowance of the minor child of
the deceased, or show cause why they
have not made such return.
(Osfore A. Comings, J. P.)
Joseph Kinney is a colored gentle
man, and knows his rights. A few days
ago Joseph went into Mrs. Cochran's
grocery store near the corner of Fifth
street and Commercial avenue, and suc
ceeded iu getting into a quarrel with
that lady. He gave Mrs. Cochran a se
vere drubbing and was arrested for it.
Justice Comings sent him to labor on the
stre ts for fifty days.
ita.tu Brown ami Delia Coleman
are, or were, inmates ot a vw ntt,i on
Fifteenth street. On Saturday night, In
company with several youiig men, they
got drunk, ami after getting drunk. In
dulged In a general row, iu which all the
other Inmates of the house, (some halt
dozen in all)tookJa hand. There was
lively times in the neighborhood for an
hoar or two, and until Officers Andy
Cain, Sargent and O'Malley dropped in
upon the scene, and marched Brown
and Coleman and one of the young men
off to the calaboose. Brown and Cole
man were before Justice Comings yester
day, ami were Und $50 and costs each.
Coleman was released on condition that
she would leave the city within twelve
hours. Brown was spunky, and swore
she would not be driven out of town.
She would "rather rot in jail," and the
justice thought It would he a good Idea
to let her rot. She was sent up for thirty
(Btfjre J. J. Bird. 1. M )
Green Ncal, a burley colored man, was
belore Judge Bird yesterday charged
with an assault upon one H ilium
Stiutes, also colored, with intent to do
bodily injury. It seems tho parties to
this fracus were at Scott's dance house
on last Saturday night, where they had a
quarrel on account of a colored woman
but did not come to blows. After leav
ing Scott's the parties met agaiu at the
corner ot Sixth street, when the quarrel
was renewed, und in Ihii melee Sohutes
received a severe stab in the arm with a
sharp knife, kitlicting a dangerous
wound. Neal was arrested by officer
Cain on Sunday or Monday, and as above
stated, had a hearing yesterday. Ho
was held under bonds of three hundred
dollars tor his appearance at the next
term of the circuit court. He went to
. M. XI. C.
By the King of the Carnival.
To all to whom these present shall
come greeting. Know ye, that inasmuch as
Vsrdi Oras, the thirteenth day ot Feb
ruary, 1S77, is set a part and ordained as
the graiJ fete day of His Most Gracious
Magisty, The King ot tb Carnival, and
dedicated to the annual visit of His Mag-
esty to tie Royal Capital, It is hereby de
First That all lines ot transportation
extending throughout the "Koyal Bo
main," Immediately cause to bo promul
gated a reduced tarilt of lares for thu
benefit of all loysl subjects who may de
sire to visit the Royal Capital on that day.
Second That In order to testily their
loyalty, and to honor, His Most Gracious
Majesty, on the oeca-ion of his triumphal
entry into the Capital, all loyal subjects
residents therein, are hereby commanded
to forthwith form themselves into organ
i.edbodie8, reporting promptly to tho
Department of War for assignment to
stations and service.
Third That a cordial welcome U
hereby extended to all societies and pri
vate individuals throughout the Boyal
Domain to participate in the grand fete
dedicated to His Most Gracious Maissty.
Fourth That m consideration ot ready
and implicit obedience to this, our Boyal
Mandate, each and every loyal subect is
hereby absolved from all service or alle
giance to auy other power than that of
His Most Blessed Majesty, and all public
buildings and places of business tu the
royal capltol are here by ordered to bo
closed throughout the day.
GOD SAVE THE KING."
Given under our baud and seal at tho Ro
yal Palace, In our City of Tehcrau, this
11th 9th. 1877, and the 5881st of our
reign. By the King, .
Attest: Quirk. Grand Mogul.
Carnival Palace. Cairo, Uls., Jan, 13, 1878,
War ItarAtrtMBftr. Uivta Repot,
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ili-iow 1ik1i water or i-74.
fWtjeant. SIkwU Service. U N. A,
The rain of yesterday was favorable to
the early resumption of navigation
Steamboat owners arc on the lookout, in
anticipation of an early break up of the
ice The elegant steamer City of
Alton Is now loading at the wharf.
Much ileptnds on tie weather for
the next few days Tele
grams report river rising at Nash
ville with 2 feet water on the shoals
Mr. Chris. Sharps, first clerk
ol the Vlcksburg arrived in
the city this morning
The Eckert under the command ot Hiram
Hill arrived this evening. She reports
the Ice ahead of her. She had on board
some freight of the ill-fated Arlington
Captain Kelnball, clerk ol
the Tolle Is in the city
The destruction on the Upper Ohio by
Ice movements has beeu very disastrous,
and !t Is hoped the worst is over
Owing to the pressure of the floating
ice this evening, tho city of
Vlcksburg was compelled to leave the
wharf, and seek an Ice harbor
Dan Hewitt, chief clerk ot the steamer
Bismarck is in the city The steamer
John Hanna took into New Orleans 853
bales and 1,312 sacks.
Died, iu Columbus, Ky., Jan. 15th.
after a short Illness, Dellq, daughter of
John and Sailn Sproat, aged tour years.
Another bud transferred from earth to
bloom in heaven ! Dear little Delia a
bright star sent to cheer tis for a short
time, and then taken home. Seemingly
endowed beyond her years, she entwined
herself around the hearts of ail, and loved
by all, was the center of affection not only
by the bereaved family, but by
all with whom lie came in
tu-t. Those of our citizen who par
ticipated in the 4th ot July on the Idle
wild cannot fail but remeniWr little
"Toodlc Sproat,'' who added so much to
the pleasure of the trip. Father, mother,
sisters and brothers have our warmest
sympathies, but while bewailing our
loss we can think with joy of our blessed
little angel moving around the throno of
Him that "docth all things well." O.
Ihe I.lzsie llayleaa.
Capt. W. M. Williams, in charge of
the little steamer Lizzie Bayless, will
leave this port on Thursday morning on
a trading trip up the Mississippi river.
Tho Bayless w ill bring out a load of corn
if it is to be had and will be glad to re
ceive such other produce and goods as
may be offered bur. Captain Williams
believes there is a good trade to be
worked up in the direction indicated,
and with tho encouragement of the busi
ness tueu ot Cairo, means to undertake
to draw it to Cairo. The ice permitting,
the Bayless will go up as far tis Capo
Girardeau, stopping at all intermediate
landings and transact all business that
comes to her.
Fire Yesterday Mornlus;.
Between no and two o'clock yester
day morning, a small frame building sit
uated near the corner ot Twenty-second
street and Commercial avenue, was dis
covered to be on tire, and though a large
crowd of persons quickly assembled about
the building, all efforts to stay the Are
were unavailing uud the building and its
contents were destroyed. The house was
owned and occupied by Mr. Patrick
Kennedy.as a family grocery store. The
stock of goods were also burned. Mr.
Kennedy estimates his loss on house,
stock ot goods, clothing, furniture, etc.,
at three thousand dollars. There was
seven hundred dollars insnranco on the
Your Interest at Stake.
W. TKIOO& CO., Auctioneers.
Will sell at their salesroom, No. 21
A bankrupt stock ot Dry Goods and
Clothing, Men's Shirts, Coats, Pants,
Vests, Overcoats, Gloves, Hats, Caps and
Underwear; Ladies' Sscques, Mufflers,
Furs, Boas, Knit Jackets, Waterproof
Sash Ribbons, Delaine, Table Linen, Pop
lins, Kid Gloves, Hose, Threads, Brushes,
Towels, Muslius, Yarns, etc,
CliAS. S. DhLAY,
lte (Jauilua; S'ltjr Heritor.
As the annual city election draws near
candidates for city otllces are beginning
to mako themselves known. We have
already heard ot two candi J.ites lor city
clerk, and we suppose Mr. Stewart, pres
ent clerk, will lie a raudidute tor re-election,
and if he is he will biake it exceed
ingly lively for his opponents. Stewart
will bo a hard man to beat.
k. n. ii. c.
The Knights of tho Mystic Krew of
Couins, will give a grand masquo ball at
tho St. Charles hotel on Mardl Gras
iiii'ht, February i:i, which Is lutended to
eclipso anything ol the kind ever wit
nessed in Cairo. They are also making
extensive preparations for tho parade on
Mardl Gras" day, and as will be seen
by tho "Proclamation ol the King,"
they Invito everybody to turn out wilh
Mr. 11. T. Miller, assign ol Phil
IL Saup, will sell, to-day, below cost,
the toys, candies and tirewoiks at the
old stand In Winter's Work, also th
show eases, counters, shelve and other
appertenanee at extremely low prioes
Thoso deslrliig bargains iu tbls Hoe
should not fall to cU to-dsy, M this Is
the last opportunity.
rjKPOitT nf (he rotirt,tn r the fitr Va
1 tional liana, st t nim. U the (Mule ..f Sill
lima, at Ihe clime or linnine, ifj, laii
nans aim iilsooiints jjy, m 27
'; '" ",'"re eiriMiUtluu..'.. S'.nun iw
... .kmim vii iiaim
other storks, Iwinil ami nnirtKnr-
IMie from aiirnvel n-
ere amenta ll,144 T,
Due from other Natiuual
One rrmn State lianks and
liankera 2I.T51 TS
a. Jim 0"
Ileal estate, furniture anil futures...
eiirivnte.tieiies ami tines paid
Cheek aiitl other each
.t1,rn, . ;
Kills of other National
t UV -,- :, 00
rrnc.tinnnl currency, In-
clwtina: nle.kei jiS, 00
'aerie (im-luiling golil
lre.-wurr currency)....... -24
IKHl-leteler notus . S,uuu ou
neilrmptlon fund With t'. S. treasu
rer (." v cent, of riii-ulatinD)
I'uefroiiit' h. treii-urer, otlitr than
6 percent, mli'mptum rum I
1, J00 00
Total ..l:i,t.v0 :
' spitul utock psi'l in
4V SI 00
t ndivtilrd prollts 67,Sl4
National bank notes nutxtnnUing iOkjo ow
Miuiviiiuai ieKi-ifl sun
jHt to check lite, SIS 4
Due to other Nutioiial
bank S,.'.Jl 01
Due to Mult lunks uml
bankers 41, M7 3a-2ii SsO
Total SIS3.2JO 3-i
Mute of Illinois, Comity of Alrxamler ss.
I. A. U. KalTunl. '( haMiier of the alioee
named bank, il'i solemnly nwnir that the above
statement is true to the lient of my knowleitire
ami belief. A. li. HH OltD, Cashier.
Subscribeil ami mrurn In In fore me this Mil)
day or .Ian. 1x77. II. II. e AND1-.K,
W. P. II M.I.IKAT. )
K. II t I NMM.HAM. Hi
i. H. WIU.IAM-o.V
AfCTIO.V, 111 COMMI lit I.U. AVK.Vf'K,
At half past ten o'clock,
WtnPN)lny Morning-, J mi 17. 1ST?.
Stoves, bedsteads, bureaus, wash
stand, tables, stand, carpets, sofas,
lounges, tete-tetes, thalrs, rewlng ma
chines, queens ware and glassware, hats.
comforts, pillows, feather beds, mattres-
es, handkerel.lets, nck ties, spool cotton,
pihs, combs, safes, jewelry, etc.
It Winter A Stewart,
Hie Sewing Hrety. CB
The Ladles' Sewing society will meet
at the residence of Mrs. Dr. Smith, on
Thirteenth street, this, Wednesday after
noon, at 2 o'clock. A full attendance is
ll"lpy IuRn.ure or a Ureal Npeellle.
For the preservation' or recovery ot
health and strength, the diet should lie
wholesome and nutritious. When it
happens that the alimentary process!
are disturbed by improper or halt taU-
catod food, the best remedy tor the evil
results of abusing the digestive organs
is Ifostcttcr's Stomach Bitters, a most
agreeable, prompt, and gentle remedy
for dispepaia. and for the billious and
evacuatlvc irregularities which result
from it. The liver and bowels, in com-
mou w ith the stomach, experience its be
ulflccnt influences. The refuse of the
system is carried off through its natural
outlet, a healthy flow and secretion ot
the bile Is promoted, ami a powerful im
petus is given to assimilation In conse
quence of its use. Il healthfully stimu
lates the bladder ami kidneys when they
are Inactive, and by its tonic and regu
lating action fortifies the system against
The lient on ltecortl.
New Orleans and Texas
via New Orleans.
TICKETS GOOD FOR THIRTY DAYS-
Un Wkonksoay, January 17th, 1877,
at 8 A. M., a Spae.Wl Train, wito ample
and iirst-elass accnmmoUation in every
respect, ioe-ludiiiK.l'ullinsn 1'alsve Sleep
ing Coaches, and an elegant and well
kupt italroslirueut Coacb, will leave Cairo,
111., on the New crleans, St. Louis and
ejilcaifo Hull road, and run through to New
Orleans and Texas, making itood connec
tion at Maw Orleans witu Morgan's uuis
iuini and Texas llallroad, and at Brasher
City with Morenn'a maguitlcciit lino of
steituiers lor tialvuktou.
FAKE for the round trip to UALYKS
TON and return :
From CAIUO and between GRAND
I I CTION and CA1KO I'M 00
To NEW Oil LEAN 3 and return :
From CAIRO, and hetweeu MILAN
and CAIUO flS 00
Children uutkr 12 years half price, under
4 ysars free.
t'tckets wilt be on sale at Cairo, Fulton
and other Stations on the New Orleans, lit.
Louis and ChicaKO Railroad.
Tickets now on sale, and will continue to
be sold to the departure of the train on the
morning of the ITlli, and accommodations
will be ample for any number that may be
Tickets will be good koIojc on special
train, January 17tJi. liowl returning on
od returning ou
Vbruary 17th iu-
v. una ulluwiuu
ja, aua auovbiuK
any train or Uats until t
elusive, thus lavlun M day
every one to return at pleasure and coin
pelling no one to remain longur than they
Special arrange iiii-dU have been made
with the railroads leading out troiu tial
vetou to the Interior point iu l'exas, at
reduced rate, lor tha benefit ot those
11 UK to look at the country.
For ti. Wets. atMilV 10 J. 11. JO.M.5
l or lurtlii-i iuforiualioii address I'. L.
COLLINS, Tre.evuut. Tcun. iienaral
Mauaiicr of Excursion. I-lii-U
DISPENSARY j "kfUtVJ
Thirty jM-MsrviM-rifiics ia llistivsiiiirMt ui keaual ana
Curoma LiisvM-eswilxitii si-x.-s.
. m i m vr. hi ns-nsmsftusiss.
MJtlL A Physiological View orktwuv
iiMVrriuk. ou u uiyatrncsuf t.iiuau-(-lull
Slid til fccrrt iitttrluilirtul luultl.
nisiihued siei w.uusskuod In lllsMrsl.il kuuk ol tliuki't.
.. iiiisi itaius. in' li siwuia I att ani r lw.a sua
k. ir. . iitum. r ol t-irlosn.
A V IV ATM MEUICAL TmlATtSS na sll i
1 s frivale Nturs m bulk ttt, Uw slour. iiU il.
erilil.ulliir. al.yuu. an tht-umaiiswl curs. Lai usus
Ik llll fnfrt llufH. s-fil UluKrSMSl ru.
u rllll'AL. ABVIOK wi im eusIsuiI CkroauT OursJeS.
ShiiiimI Wsukuris, Cslarili, Csmtt, liuisurv, IU H"U'if
il ihii, sr., a.Wuii:r wnk wnt usa
SI ltr n' -
asa nn fa em aej a Clur wsrk ate
MsisMlila au IstA Baa at attaaSaVevai
Sail ua aavoVtle suWms siJ are toVtiirT?AiaaiI
U.0U.Mil lansnksfc iSaa.isW
"A OomplaU Flotorial H later ef the
Tlmaa.T'-' 'Tp boat chsaMst, as.4
moat araooeaaral Family Paper
- In lb Unian.
wot or tB ritftal.
IfAftPKR'it WKKKLY should ba ta Vary
family UiroiiKhout Uie IbjhI. as a purer, more ta
tcrcalinar, h her-tnel, betier-IIIustrsted papsr
la not publinheil In Una or any other oounlry.
Commercial llnUetin, Kosion.
ihe Wr.rkl.Y la the only Illustrated paper ol
th ilny that In its essential charaeteriatina ia
recoKniseH as a national paper. Brooklyn Laala-
i h leading articles in llARPRK's U KISI.T
on political tuples are models of biKb-tuned dis
cussion, auu its pictorial illustrations are eflea
enrrolioratiT argument of no ainall foroe.
r.iamitier ana chronicle, . 1.
ihe WhfcKI.Y has to s still larger degree dis
tinred all coni)ietiturs aa an illustrateU oews-p.''"'.-,
j'"'IhIs are amonu the moat aide ot
their kind, and its other reading matter ia atoac
learned, brilliant, and aniusmr. Its Illustra
tions are abundant and ol rare excellence. cbrla
lian AdTocate, N. Y.
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of enpetiM, fnr7 no earb. A complete Set, com
prUinu Twenty Tolumej, sent on receipt ofeasti
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Newspaiiors are nut to copy Ibis advertisement
wimnui in express onier 01 uanier A Brothers.
HAUrr.lt tt tKOTIIS.K,
why ihe Tins
Hie Best Coal Cook Stoves 1
Tt QlllCKQT W
Sizss. rlrlsa ink ericM in sail svtry cm.
, fit sors and ask joor dsalsr tbrtto MWflTflR..
WM. RESOR & CO., ClnclnnaU, 0.
AIIMOTIItU tf alt IISM M fWIt IH CMWI
J All ami MIS riaremta,
rand fcr CsUtogya;
Mark These Facts,
The Testimony of the Whole World.
"I had no appetite Hollo way's Pdlagavae
a hearty m."
' Voar I'ilU are marvelona."
''I send for another boa, and keep them In the
house. ' '
' lr. Uolloway baa cured inv headadte tiust
"1 gave ou of your Pills to iny balie lor uluil
eru linn bus 1 he dear little ihiug (ot Well ia a
duy . ' '
"My nausea of a morning is nnwrured"
'Vour hox of llollowuy's Oiiuniunt eared me
of noi.es in the head. 1 ralibed some of your
Ointment Iwliind (lie ears, and the notseliaa left."
".vnd lue two boxes; 1 want on lor a poor
"1 emilose a dollar; your prioe is V -na, hut
the iiimllciiie to me is worUi adoilar.'
"einl me Uvf lioxes of your fills. "
"I A t me have lliree lione of your i'ills by re
turn mail, lor Chills and Kevar."
' 1 have over Six) men testimonials aa these, luit
waut ol tuu-e coll iels iue to conchide.
For Cutaneous Disorders,
And alt eruptions tif the tkiu, this Ointment la
Uiot invaluable. il does Mot heal steruaily
alone, hut penetrates wi th the moat searching
tflutu to the verv root ol the evil.
invariably core the followlug disease
D the Kidneys-
ia all diseases affecting tbeaa orgies, wbethar
ther socrata loa snuck or loo littia water; ar
wliuUier Uiey be alOicted with atone vr gravel, or
With aches aud psius settled iu the loins over the
region of the kidueys, these I'ilU should be ta
ken aooordiug to tbe pripted directiona, and tha
Oietrottiit should be well rubbed into the small ol
tha baek ai bed time. This ireauaaal will giva
almo.t iiuimilisls relief wlutu nil oihr uisaas
For Stomachs Out of Order.
No luedicina will ao effectually Improve tbe
tone of the stomach as these I'ills; tuey remove
all acidity orcasivued either by intemperance r
improper diet. They reach the liver and reduce
It to a health) actioa;they ar wonderfully eMca
einiis in uuess ofspasm in nut they uevcrSsil ia
curi il 1.' all illsoriltrs ol tim liver sun sioiiuu.il.
ieJ.l.iV A '" I'ILU ate the
h w'.nid r..r the . following di
1 Asthma, klitloua 1 omplaiuta, It
i u i,wu i (BUmpiion, Het
riUf.i.'' A I - riLts iiv iuh uni anowii in
uieeam-e t Ague,
lllote.uee ou tlie
Uysentery, Krysliielus, Ketn-le IrreguUritiea
levursofull kiuds. S its, (iout, lleadatdia, iudi
vestion, luliAinuiatioii, Jau.diee, l.iver lulu
pluiuti, I.uiiilmico, i'llea, ltheiuiatim. Beieu
tiou of mine, .-ernfiila or King's kvil, Sure
1 UrouU, Stone iimt (travel. Tie-Iloiilouranx.
Tuuhiis, I leers. Worms of i.U kiads, Wakae
Iroin uuy e:iute. etc.
None are genuine unless I be slgsatuia of J
lUy.liK-k aa ugeal for the I'uittd hlatm, sur
rnuuiU es.h box ol i'ilis, and Olblttuua. A
handsome rev. anl will ba give a IO an J one rea
tiering such iuloruiatioa as may lead la the
detection of any party or parties ewauterfeitlaa
the meiliciuea or vending the sbiue, oWUT
them lo he spurious. .
Sold at Ihe wanuiactory of FroftsuJof Hal-
Low AT Co. . New Vork, and by all reepeewwa
druirgisu aud dealers iu in-helne tlirooghoiit
the aivilued world, ia boxes ' cauia, w
cents and SI each,
tf There is considerable savmf by taking UV
'lf "B.Tom 'i"' for Ih gutdttuea ar patsaats
ia'every disorder sre aiBxed to em hjbox
Office, 113 Liberty St., Hew York.
Mind KoadinaT, Paychomauor, Faoiaa
tioB. SVal ChaxalB . afaamariam. sad
Karrlaaja Ouida, showing how eithce- srx
mav fasi'innle aud itain tha ka of aa MCMW
ths caonaa iualaally. "0 iee, . Ky wait
iU. Uunt A e o. , l.m M. 7lh l. I'hila.
ansMvlllsuMreaaasBuag aaS wul aassijr -a
Of Kvery Deaariatioa