Newspaper Page Text
JA1R0 BUSINESS HOUSES.
Hot. Any business firm can hav three line
spsce, in this column under appropriate heading
l the rate of $1 .V t mouth or SW per year
payauie quarterly in siivanc.
Hardware, Rtovee nnd Tin War.
A. MALT.r.r-T)eler In "fovea. Tin and Him!
ware, Gaidmand farmers' Implement, Wir
I . iioiIk, Refrigerators, Pumps ami ladder.
II. 'i oromcirUI Avenue. OuitcrinK, ami Job
wor none en nnrt notice.
.1. S.MciAHEV Denlerln haul ami soft luin
tier, flooring, ceiling, siding and surfaced
)iiitilwr, lath ami shingle, offlr nnd yard
corner 'J wentieth street aii'l Washington avenue
LANCASTER A KICK-DealeM In aash.
doors, blinds, etc., Iwrd and soft lumber and
shingle. Yard and olllce, Commercial avenue,
rormir 17th street.
I). UARTM AS Iiealsr in Oueenswar. Tov.
I nip aud all kind of fancy srtu !. Comiiur-
nal avenue, corner th street.
WILLIAM WIMtK-Sixth street tictwceii
( ommerclal avenuu ond Washington avenue.
4'lotlilnar nncl Merrhanf Tailoring;.
.JOHN AM lilM-M. rrlmut Tailor and dialer
Id Ready Mail Clothing. 7 Ohio lA-ri-r.
Krai t:tnt Aaeiieie.
M. .1. HOWI.KT-R.at Kstnte Aent. llnys
anil sell real nUlf, CAillwte rents, ivs Uxni
for non-n-nltnU.fU'. Commercial avenue, be
tween Ninth and Tenth streets.
t - ' t . i .
J. G. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
Ali-xanitttr county IntuN, Cuiro lots in
exchange lor St. Louia property.
A fine residence on corner Halbrook
avenue and Twenty-third struct, ut a bar
gain. Cottage on Sixth street between W.u?li
nitton avenue and Walnut stre-ct.
Uouc and lot on Llffhth street between
Walnut and Odar, $1,CjO.
Foil UK NT.
Two-atory liouxe on Twrnty-Ij;lith
Unit, ln-tween Poplar and , Com inertia i
Store room lately occupied by Howe
Mai-bine Co., on Commercial avenue, be
tween Tenth and Kleventh atreetu.
The llrat floor of a brick dwelling cor
ner ol Nineteenth and I'oplur streets.
Cottage on the north mJc ol Twelfth
treel between Walnut and Cedar.
Hus'ness houne on Ievee street above
Fight, and in good repair.
ItMuiii In a two atorv houw ou Com
mercial avenue between Ninth and Tenth
Store room near corner ol Twentieth
it.d Poplar fctrett; f S.
Tenements 3, -1, 5 and 10 in Winter'
tow lor $10 per month, and in Unit-clan
Cottage on Twenty-first ft ret I letween
Syuamore and Poplar.
Room 8 in nearly every part of the city.
FOIl I.EA3K OK SALE.
Land iu tracts to suit, near Cabo.
riret-C laae tJkunary.
It Is now conceded that Mm. Coleman,
ti e laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Wahinton and Cotuniercliil are
Sues, has one of the lest conducted laun
dry .'Ublixhnicnt in the city, and land
AiTiU of hotels and boarding holism will
find It to their advantage to call upon
ter. Her prices are as follows: Hotel
and boarding house washing 75 cents per
Joen. For piece work price are as fol
lows: Single ahirt and collar, 15c ; two
shirt and two collars, 25c ; ir dozen,
Wc; socks, fie; two collar, 6c; two
handkerchief, 5c ; verts, 20c ; and all gen
ileniau's wear, hOc prr doen; ladies
plain calico drcscJ, $1 25 per doen
calico dresces with extra trimmings 50c;
white dresses, $1 25; ladies underwear.
Hue or course, $1 per dozen, ll-2s-lf
ler .tin iiermnn tt.it of the Atliea
Mr. Peter Zimmerman, cleaner, reno
vator and repairer of clothing, was
burned out in the big tire of Saturday
morning last, but is already ready to
Kf rvo the public and his old customer
again. He has opened out in John Hy
!anl's old rtand, at the corner of Com
mercial avenue and Tenth street, and re
lectfully solicits patronage from old and
new fricuds. If you have a coat, a vest
or a pair of pantaloons that needs clean
ing or repairing, take it to Peter Zimmer
man aud ho will make it as good as new
nt a price that will astonish you by its
cheapness. Remember Peter Zimmer
man, at tin! corner of Commercial avenue
and Tenth 3treet. 12-19-lm
We will pay no bills for goods or mer
chandise purchased for the Kih.ktin
by any ot tho employes, unless the pur
chase is made on a written order signed
by thejprcsldent or secretary of the com
pany. C'AtnO Ul'LLKTl.N CO.
Jcfl lirown has taken charge ot the
barber shop on Eighth rtreet, near Wash
ington avenue, lately kept by Daniel
I.ampcrt. Jell is a good burlier, and so
licits a share of patronage. Give him a
sail and satisly yourself. tl
I ii mire.
See advertisement ol T. J. h'erth, gen
eral Insurance agent. Mr. Kerth will,
promptly attend to any business you may
entrust him with in tlm hnuranet line.
Haoam's Magnolia Balm preserve
and restore the complexion ; removes
freckles, tan and sallowness makes the
skin soft, white and delicate. Its appli
cation cannot be detected.
Lyon's Kathairom make beautiful,
glossr, luxuriant hair; prevunts its fall
ing out or turning gray. It has stood
the test of 40 years. Is charmingly per
fumed and has no rival.
Box 157S New Orleans, La., solicits aud
forwards direct consignment to Euro
pean markets of smoked tongue, haoi,
sausage, bogs, casnigs, etc., etc.
ASCAiiOM LODOK, MU. 61.
Iniiflita of Pythlaa, mwti crnry Trl
Arj bikM at haU-tiaat aavan, in Udd'
lullowa' Hail. Hows,
At.KXANDKR I)IK!IC. NO. K.
Jr i lndendent Ordi of Odd-lei-7
J low, inert evary Thnmlav niht
' at half-paat seren, in their nail oa
ommcroiat avenue, imwien oixrn anv ncrenin
y.neUt . WillK. IIAWCIMH, H. U.
AlRO KNCAMPMEKT, I. O. O. T.. nieeta
.iii Odd-Fellows' Hull on the flrat and third
l in wluy in evury month, at half-pant seven
A. Cohiwoe, C V
A CAIItOLOINiK. NO.ZT.A.r. AA. M.
.ft llobl rcirular oomniunieatlons in Ma-
aonlr Hull, corner Oitnmerr.inl avenua
' w anil r.lKhth atni-t, on the aeoona anu
'oiirth Mondav of uae.h month.
RATKN OF ADVEBTINIJIU.
tJ"All bills for ailTertlsin;, ara dne and pay
able IK 1DT1SCS
Transient a-lvertinlnf will be Inserted at the
rata of 11 00 per square for the first Insertion
and 5" oenta for each aulMejuent one A literal
discount will be maile on lUnding and diipl
aitrerti semen ts
For insert ing Funeral notice 91 00 Notice of
nitinK of societies or sac-ret orders V cents for
cai h insertion
Charch, flocli'ty, Festival and Supper notices
will only be inserted as ad vertisemento
Ko advertisement will be received at leas than
50 cents, and no aavertiaement will be Inserted
tor lata than three dollars Iter month
I.OCAI. Ill NIW.ajM JIOTII M
Of one square (S lints space) or more, in-
sertcd in the Bcllktin as follows : (less
than one square counted as a square.)
One insertion per square $ 60
Two insertions per square- 75
Three Insertions per square 1 00
Six insertions per gifttre 1 75
Two weeks jer square 2 60
One month per square- 3 50
Sjtf cial rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time,
THURSDAY JANUARY 18, 1877.
luteal V talker Kepori.
Caiho. III., Jan. 17. Irfl.
WlIfD. I Vat.
k i a
s I s
T a .m.
311 fii j Hi
Ptrveant. Rijfiuii service, I'. 8. A.
I our (Jaina
FilTyeenU, at Winter's Gallery.
Topular illustrated book(2'5opage7on
Mx.vHCKjn! Womanhood 1 Marriage 1
Impediments to Marriage; the cause
and cure. Sent aecurcly neaU.d, post
paid for o cents, by Dr. C. Whittier,
617 St. Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo.,
the great, specialist. Read his works.
J. brers ainlione.
on Eighth street, two doors Ironi Alex
ander County Bank, Is the place to get a
fashionable hair cut or a smooth shave
or anything else in the barber line. La
dies' and childruna' hair cut or dressed,
either at the shop or their homes.
fallow ay 'a Ptlla ar SHntraettl.
Serotula or morbid deposits in the
longs, joints and tissues. These medi
cines have rendered this disease a less
formidable scourge than formerly. It
has boon incontestibly proved that in
scroiulous affections they have aflected
thousands of cures. Sold everywhere.
25 cents per box or pot.
We have this day sold to Mr. E. C
F ord 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 ofllce. We boepeak lor him the lib
erality ot patronage that has been be
stowed upon us. His assortment ot
moulding Is complete, prices beyond
competition and he guarcntces satisfac
tion in all cases.
Cairo. Oct. 10, 176.
tl Cairo Bt r.r.ETtx Co.
Words or Warning!
I luring the present year, as iu the pat
the grave will close over thousands, situ
ply localise they neglect the means which
would restore them to health. Meet the
fell destroyer at the thre.-hoM, and dis
pute his invasion by that more than won
derful medicine, Ir. Morris' Syrup of
Tar, Wild Cherry and llorehound. 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 you would
avoid disappointment and be speedily
cured, ask your druggist for Dr. Morris'
Syrup ol Tar, Wild Cherry and llore
hound. Trial size, 10 cents. Regular
sizes, CO cents and $1 at Barclay A Bros.
Prof. Parker's Pleasant Worm Syrup
is perfectly safe. Extremely 'palatable.
No physic required. Costs 25 cents.
Tlia llural Sew-Yorker,
Now comes to us with slxUcn clean
neatly-printed pages, embellished with
fine illustrations aud full ot scientific and
practical agriculture and literature. For
the agriculturist and 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 E. S. Carman and X. A. Wil
lard, while, as special contributors, they
are assisted by such men as William
Robinson, Charles Dowuing, Charles V.
Riley, Thomas Median, James Vick, and
many others of equal eminence in their
respective scientific and practical speci
alties. It keeps its moral tono to that
high standard which fits it lor any family
in the land. The mother can relyupon
it to furnish household receipes for dally
use, pleasant stories for leisure reading
and excellent moral entertainment for
the children. The father may conli
dently look tor the latost 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 its publishers, (thellural Publishing
Co., 78 Duance St., New York, as an ac
knowledgment of their late increased pat
ronage, have reduced its price to only
ti.ou a year, iacud to them for a sped
men copy, which they will mail to yon
Mernnd Fra.r ot tha Hnn4orn (,a.
leat-t iva Jjaliaiaiai Joint SMiaai,,.
I.ncan nmi Pointer mill In tti l.ood.
(Special to the Cairo Hiilletla.)
8rRi.tuFiF.i.i, Ills., Jan. 17.-0:30 p.m.
The two houses met in Joint session at
noon to-day, nnd proceeded to ballot for
United States senator. Five ballots were
FIRST HAI.I.OT KKSlf.TKI) i
Davis - 8
The second, third and fourth ballots
were about tho same as the llrst.
Logan - 100
Adjourned. J. II. Oukkly.
Small blank books kept lit stock a
the City Bindery. Sold as cheap as any
book store In the city. Books of every
size from two to ten quires, or more, tl
Mrs. S. Williamson, milliner, Cemmer-
clal avenue, opposite Schuh's drug store,
has just received a new stock of feathers
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.
I always have been aud still am sole
proprietor and manufacturer of Dr. Wm,
Wool's Fever PUls. Any one selling a
Wood's Fever Pill not made by roe, will
bo prosecuted to the lull extent of tho
law. For sale at the New York Store, A.
Swoboda's, F. Healy'a, P. O. Schuh's
Barclay Brothers, and at my office.
Sold in CO ct. and $1.00 boxes. Special
rate to dealers on application. Hant
postage paid on receipt of price,
d&w-tf. Dr. Wm. Wood.
Mr. E. C. Ford has bought the stock
of the Variety Bracket Store opposite
Goldstine aud Rosenwatcr's, on Com
mercial avenue, and has ou 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 sUs of picture lrames, a beau,
tiful combination of mirror, comb case
towel rack and match safe in one piece,
ihlrt bosom boards, so arranged as to
hold the bosom firm while ironing ; all
styles of moulding aud frames made to
order. Ladies please call before purchas
ing elsewhere. 1-13-lm
Dolph Ueard and Frank Chapman of
Vienna, were at the Planters' House yes
terday. City Treasurer Stocklleth is Improv
ing slowly. He w ill not be able to leave
home lor several days yet.
Dr. Smith started on his southern
trip yesterday. He will be absent seve
John (iladney, who went to Spring
field as a witness in a civil rights case
before tho United States district court,
John Holshouscand wile, A. G. Wil
liams and wile, A. Mesenhimcr, Eli Ed
leinan aud wife, DongolajJ. p. Cover,
Tunnel Hill, W. Sprague, N. V. ; W. N.
Frscman, St. Louis; O. W. Coleman,
Richmond, Va. ; P. A. Prickett and wife,
Carbondale, were among the guests at
the Planter's House yesterday.
Prominent among the guests at the
St. Charles yesterday were Gen. C. B.
Comstock, Detroit ; L. Virdeu, steamer
Sherlock; I. L. Pennyfield, Chicago; J.
R. Hesslun, Detroit; J. A. Burton, New
York; W. B. Addington, Norfold, Va.;
Joseph Nash, Memphis; Geo. 11. McCor-
tuick, St. Louis; V, L. Bolson. St. Ixiuis;
W. D. Ivy, Richview, 111.; W. G. Little,
Sparta; U. L. Collins, Trezeyant, Tenn.i
W. II. Fence, St. Louis; W. G. Rudy, St.
Louis; T. C. Demon, St. Louis.
Since last Friday live men have been
arrested and confined in the county jail
to await tho action of the next grand
jury. Ot the five, four are colored men.
Married, on last Saturday Morning at
10 o'clock, at BolUiOnt, Missouri, by
'Squire Johnson, Mr. Charles Archer,
ot St. Louis, Missouri, to Miss Katie Lef-
ller, of Cairo, Illinois.
Mrs. Horn has removed her dress
making rooms from her late residence
on Seventh street to Washington avenue,
one door above Mrs. R.ll.Cunningham's,
where she will bo happy to see her
friends nnd patrons.
Slew Ituaineaa College.
We are glad to note tho Increasing In
terest taken In our new business college.
Tho rooms are open day and evening.
Tho pen work on exhibition is simply
immense, Pupils can mako a specialty
in any branch desired. Ladles will now
have a better opportunity to fit themselves
lor business at a small expense.
George Brown, the colore! boy ar
rested on Monday evening for obtaining
a lot of groceries from Mr. Cundiff on a
forged order, seems to have had bis
pockets full of forged orders, and to have
obtained goods on them to s considers'
ble amount. It has been ascertained that
orders were presented at Capt. G. D
Williamson's, and at Wm. Kluge's, the
name of Phil. Howard having been
forged to both these orders, and goods
obtained on them. The one presented at
Mr. Cundifrs bore Robert Smyth's name.
Brown was sent to the county Jail under
$500 bond to await the action of the next
rroeerriliia In iha (Irenlt ami Pro
ITRCVIT COt RT.
tt). J. Ilaktr, Judga.)
Tho morning session was taken up by
Judge Mulkey In the closing argument
in the Farrow arson case. Tlie case was
given to the Jury between ten and
eleven o'clock. After a short consulta
tion the Jury returned a verdict of guilty,
and fixed the punishment of tho prisoner
at nine years in the penitentiary,
George Girard plead guilty to the lar
ceny of a cow, and was sentenced to
eighteen mouths In the penitentiary.
, PROBATE COURT.
(F. Brots, Judge.)
Judgo Dross spent the day in examin
ing old unseated estates, where the
administrators have failed to make final
settlements. Tho court desires to have
these estates settled up that tho record
may show what disposition has been
made of theui. With this view citations
were ordered to bo Issued against the
following administrators to appear and
make final report :
G. W. Short, adtn'r. estate of Robert
A damson. Rule to make report and file
receipts of heirs for balance on hand.
Har(lson Woodmanse, adui'r. estate
of A. A. Arlck. Citation to Stephenson
county, Illinois for administrator's final
Sarah J. Brown, adm'rx. estate of John
II. Brown. Citation lor final settle
ment. John II. Robinson, adtn'r. estate of J
H. Bennett. Citation to report.
Malinda Worlhington, executrix oi es
tate ol Malluda Bumgard. Citation to
F. Korsmeyor, adtu'r. estato of Fred.
Blankenburg. Citation to make final re
port Sarah L. Priest, administratrix estate
of Donia Priest. Citation to report and
file all papers required by law,
Louis Twenty, adtn'r. estate ot Alfred
Cauble. Citation to make final report
and file receipt of heirs for balance on
Jas. S. Morris, adui'r. ostafe 0 if. P.
II. Canister. Citation for fiual report.
Chas. T. Kin, adoa'r. estate of John
D. DeWltt, Citation for final report.
Clinton Davis, admr. estate ot F. Ma
rlon Davis. Citation directed to sheriff
ot Randolph county for service.
Eliza Fleming, administratrix estate
of Jas. Fleming, deceased. Citation to
tile Inventory and other papers required
John W. Harrison, adm'r. estate of
Samuel P. Harrison. Citation to report
and file papers.
Mary K. Herd, administratrix estate ot
U. L. Herd. Citation to tile papers and
Jas. Clonan, adm'r. estate David C.
Holmes. Citation to report.
Louisa F. Hendricks, administratrix
estate of John F. Hendricks. Citation to
report and file papers.
In a number ol the above cases the ad
ministrators have either died, removed
from the jurisdiction of the court, or be
come Insolvent, which makes It a mat
ter ot Interest to their bondsmen, who
should give the matter their attention.
K. M. X. C.
By the King of the Carnival.
To all to whom these present shall
come greeting, Know ye, that inasmuch as
Mardi Oras, tho thirteenth day ot Feb
ruary, 1S77, Is set a part and ordained as
the grand fete day of His Most Grasious
Magisty, The King of the Carnival, and
dedicated to the annual visit of His Mag-
esty to tho Royal Capital, It is hereby de
First That all lines ot transportation
extending throughout the "Boyal Do
main," Immediately cause to be promul
gated a reduced tariff ol fares for the
benefit of all loyal subjects who may do
sire to visit the Roysl Capital on that day.
.Second That in order to testily their
loyalty, aud to honor, His Host 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.
Third That a cordial welcome is
hereby extenJcd to all societies and pri
vate individuals throughout the Soyal
Domain to participate in the grand fete
dedicated to His Most Gracious Majesty.
Fourth That in consideration ol ready
and implicit obedience to this, our Royal
Mandate, each and every loyal subject Is
hereby absolved trout all service or alle
giance to any other power than that of
His Most Blessed Majesty, and all public
buildings and placet of business In tho
royal capitol are hereby ordered to be
closed throughout the day.
'GOD SAVE 'HIE KING."
Given under o"T haud and seal at the Ro
yal Palace, in our City ol Teheran, this
11th Oth, 1S77. and the 5S81st of our
reign. By the King,
Attest : Quirk, Grand Mogul.
Carnival Palace, Cairo, Ills., Jan, 13,1870.
He Went U Burlington.
The Burlington (Iowa) Unwktx9 gets
off the following: "Ayoungman from
New Haven came west to lecture last
week. He made his debut at Cairo, llll
nois, aud his effort pleased the people so
well that when be dropped out of the
back window of tho hall they ran around
the block and followed him to his hotel,
and went up to his room to look for him,
and kept him slttiug on the roof holding
the scuttle down until 1 o'clock in the
morning. lie has telegraphed to New
Haven for money to come borne on.
Tho young man did not telegraph homo
for money, but was furnished with a
ticket here, and took the first train out
for Burlington where he went as is sup
posed, to accept a position ou tho llawk
Rev. John It. Ulllham, Paator of Ibo
BS. tt. I nnrcn, alro.
(rrorn the United Rtatee ninKraphiral Motion.
r7 .! 1 orirau uauery 01 eminent and Heir
John I). Glllham, clergyman of tho
Methodist Episcopal church, Cairo, Illi
nois, was born in Jersey county, Illinois,
September 17th, 1834. His parents were
Ezeklel and Jane (Watson) Glllham. His
father had been a soldier In the war of
1812, and afterwards a farmer, In a mode
rate way. In Illinois. Ills mother died
when ho was but three years old, and his
father when he was but ten, and his
early life was fraught with trials and
privation. For two or three
years immediately succeeding the death
ot his father he made his home with a
married sister Mrs. William L. Jerome,
and when but a mere boy was hired to
work by the month on a farm, and in
this way earned as much as kept him
clothed, while lor three months in the
wiuters ho attended such schools as the
neighborhood afforded. He never had
the privilege of attending college, but by
his own unaided industry and persever
auce he has become one oi the best in
formed men of the day. lie is emi
nently a self-made man. In boy
hood and youth ho was noted
for tho many noble ond gen'Tous
qualities of head and heart which
so eminently characterize his maturcr
years. At the age of eighteen he was
employed as clork in a dry goods store
in Jerseyville, where he remained two
years, when, by the aid of friends, he
purchased an interest in a family grocery
store, in which buiness he co-tinned
about three years. At the age of twenty
he experienced a change ot heart, and
became a zealous and ardent member of
tho Methodist Episcopal church ; at the
age of twenty-one was licensed to preach
tho everlasting gospel; Joined
the Southern Illinois confer
ence in 185G, and for two
years thereafter pursued a preparatory
eourseof studies lor the ministry; was
ordained a deacon by Bishop .Morris in
1853, and an elder by Bishop Simpson in
18C0. During the interval he has served
as pastor of tho following charges : Gil
lespie, Litchfield, Kan, Cpper Alton,
&iwTdsvtUe, Salem, Centralia, Nash
ville and Cairo. He possesses in an em
inent degree the most important elements
of success great foroe of character,
with wonderful energy and perseverance.
As a minister he ranks 'among.
the first of his conference,
while his faithfulness to duty
and actual worth are attested by the suc
cess that has attened bis labors as a pas
tor. His sermons ore plain, logical,
practical and effective, and his name is a
treasured keep-sake with the people to
whom he has severally ministered.
In politics be has always been a Re
publican, and at the outbreak of the war
was appointed chaplain of the 117th Reg
iment Illinois Volunteers, which position
he filled with great acceptance and use
fulness for two years, when tailing health
compelled him to resign.
He was married on the 17th of Septem
bcr, 1357, to Miss Mallssa J. Smith,
daughter of J. F. and Sarah Smith, of
Jerseyville, Illinois, with whom he lived
happily till December 4, lb74. when she
foil asleep iu Jesus. She was the
mother of six children, three ol whom
survive her Lewis W., Mary II. and
John F. On the 30th ot October. 1S75.
he was married to Miss Sarah A. Shep
herd, daughter ol F. II. aud E. A. Shep
herd, of Nashville, Illinois.
REI'OUT or the condition or the City S
lionul Hank, at Cairo, in the elate ot 111 i
uuia, at the cIom of buimie, Ihx. -i, 170
Loans and discounts 1V.,413 '7
IJ. h. lionds to eeiire rirculutinn. . .. ftn.Ouo 00
U. 8. Honda on hand h.S 00
Other ator.kx, IhukIh mid moitKUtftn... 8r,on 11 1
uue iruiu approveu re-
nerve agenib ens, lit ii
Due from other National
Hunk i.O-ii CS
Hue from State tanks and
banker -Il.T'l TS 140.S21 (4
Real estate, furniture and fixture.... SI, Ml US
Current t-Xwut- and Luxe paid t-.uid uy
Checks aud other ra.ih
lt.'iu a S.-KM CO
llilla of other Katioual
bank 7,t 00
Friciiiinal currency, in
eludiuir nickel D.ftAOO
Specie (iucliidiiiK K('ld
tretuurv curraiw)- S.S.17 23
Leg-ul-tenJer note S,0uO 00 67,011 K
Redemption fund with I'. 8. treaau
rer t ier win. of rirculutinn) S,?.' (
I)ue from li 8. tivuMirvr, other than
ier ceui. roiuiipuon iuiki
t (ipitul stork paid in
I ndivided profit
N'utional bank null' outxlanding
Individual UoixiHita auh-
juet to check tU,ti M
Due to oUier National
bank- 5, Ml 01
Due to Stata hauk and
.. ti.OUO 00
banker...- M,W7 ,'tt-r..V8) US
Total . SIsS.'H) di
State of lUiuou, t oiinly ol Alexander .
1, A. Jl. ("afford, ( hahier of the ahoT
named bunk, do ooli-iiinlv awunr that the above
statement i true to the bet of my kaowtedge
and Udief. A. II. kAFrOKD. Cahiur.
Kulmci'ibed and sworn to Im fore me this Ulh
dayofJau. 177. II. n - CAN 1KK,
w. r. iiAi.i.inAY, )
K. 11 ( I'NNIMillAM,
Ci. 1. WILLIAMSON.
I i rector.
Net For To-Day.
The trial of tho case of the people vs.
YV. T. Scott and John Douglas, for per
jury, will be called in the circuit court to
day. The indictment charges Soott and
Douglas with swearing Iu at the late
election the voto of a colored man ;not
entitled to vote in this county, and that
the delendauts were aware of this tact
when they made affidavit that he was
entitled to vote. The ease is oue of
considerable importance and a great deal
ot interest In it Is manifest. Jackson
Frick, of Jonesboro, appears tor the de
lendauts, and the eouutv attorney aud
Judge Mulkey and Mr. LIuegar lor the
A Or anil Mavsqaemda UaJI
will be given by the
NATIONAL COKNBT BAND
Ou Monday evening, February 5, IS77.
Admiion, gcutlnucu, $1 ladies, uuc.
Tickets cau be purchased at M. J, Mo
Pauley's and Frank Ileley's drug stores,
at K. & W, Butler's aud Fred Teichuian's.
- - - J LI 1
was niFiKTwairr. Kiran Rn-or, I
Jn. 17. ;s77. f
,' T. "fur.
" ' "4 7
l S XJ
X 7 4
VJ t X 1
3 0 M 1
10 S I
7 t XI 0
I An S
LoHiari lie. ..............
Naw Orleans ...
Below bigti water f left.
JAMES WA1 BON,
... ., Serf aant. Sucnal Berviae. U.S. A.
Liver filled with ice and some danger
apprehended :..The gauge shows a
rise of 4 leet 9 inches Reports say
the Teytona and barges are sinking.. ......
A telegram from Mound City at eleven
o'clock reports a gorcre nasslnir. one
mile in length and ten Inches thick. It
Is hoped it will be thinned out
before it reaches us .The
Thompson Dean and many of the
Evansvillo packets are makiug prepara
tions to enter Into business once more.
The Steamer City of Alton lett this
evening tor New Orleans. She had about
735 tons ol freight, consisting of 5273
sacks, 3370 bbls, 240 bales hay, and .100
sundry packages The accurate loss
ot steamboat property destroyed at
Pittsburg, is not yet ascer
tained. Keliable authorities
It will exceed $2,000,000,
Bee and barges left New Madrid at 4 p
m. on Monday luver Is rising at
1'aducah Manv of our
have ceased shipping on account of the I
nign rates, ii is nopcu sttcit disadvan
tages will soon be removed, and Cairo
again assume her business attitude
Up to noon to-day the gorge at Randolph
had not yet broken, consequently all
boats that left here recently will not
reach their destination for some time
Immense quantities of freight con
signed to Anchor Line at Cairo
are daily received and promptly
transferred by Halllday A Phillips
Tho Vicksburg is loadlug for Vicksburg
and way. Her polite clctks are Sharps
and Quesnell. She will depart as soon
at the condition of the rivor permits.
In tha court proceeding published in
yesterday morning's Bcllktiw, Judge
Mulkey is put down as tor the defense in
the Farrow arson ease. This was a mis
take. Judge Mulkey was on the other
side for the prosecution, and succeeded
in having his man Farrow sentenced to
nine years in the penitentiary.
Happy InfJnenee of a Great ftpocllle
For the preservation or recovery ol
health and strength, the diet should be
wholesome and nutritious. When it
happens that the alimentary processes
are disturbed by Improper or half masti
cated food, the best remedy lor the evil
results of abusing the digestive organs
is llostctter's Stomach Bitters, a most
agreeable, prompt, and gentle remedy
for dispepsla, and for the bullous and
evacuative irregularities which result
from it. The liver and bowels, in com
mon with tho stomach, experience its be
nificent inlluences. The refuse of the
system is carried off through its natural
outlet, a healthy How and secretion of
the bile Is promoted, and a powerful Im
petus Is given to assimilation in conse
quence of Its use. It healthfully stimu
lates the bladder and kidneys when they
are Inactive, and by its tonic and regu
lating action fortifies the system against
Mark These Facts.
The TiBtimony of the Whole World.
"I hadnoaiineUte i HuIIowav'a Pills irave me
a hearty one."
roar fills arc marvelous."
''I send for another box. aud keen them in lha
' Dr. Holloway has cured ntv headache that
"J aave ou ol your Pills to niv babe tor chol
era morbus. The dear little thing rut well ins
"My nausea or a morning Is now oured''
"Your box of Hollowav a Ointiutmt cured ma
of nnUu iu the head. 1 rubbed some of yonr
Ointment bnUiud the ear, aud thenoueliaa left."
".send me two koxos: 1 want on for a Boor
"1 enclose a dollar) your pries U cents, but
the medicine to me i worth a dollar. "
"Nend nie five boxes of your I'lll "
"1-ct me lime three boxus of your I'illa by re
turn mail, for chill and r'ever."
1 hava over 2oo iuch teatiiuoniHU as these, but
want of space coll. pels ine to conclude.
For Cutaneous Disorders,'
And all eruptions of the ikln, this Ointment is
uioit invaluable. It doe not heal axturnally
alone, but penetrate wi th the moat aearctuutt
tllwu to the very root of the evil.
Invariably cur the follow I nit diseases
D the Kidneys.
la all duteaae affecting these orgae. wb.ethe
the secrete loo much or too litUe water: or
wheUivr they tie alBictrd with stone or gravel, or
with ache aud piiu nettled in lha loin over the
region of th kidneys, thesa Pill should be ta
ken accordinK t the printed directions, and the
Oiatraent should be Well rubbed into tle small ol
Uia back at bed time. This treatment will iciv
alaioat immediat ralief when all oUier lueaus
For Stomachs Out of Order.
No medicine will so effectually improve th
tun of the stomach as these 1'iHd; they remove
all acidity occasioned cither by iuleuiperanc ar
iiuproiier diet. They reach the liver aadreilao
it to a healthy actio; they ar woplerf Tflir
cious iu luwes of siauut iu tact they . t" tail ia
curimt all disorders of the liver and stomach,
HuI.LoWA X'H i'll.Ld em lha beat kuuwa ia
the world for the following; diseases i Are.
AMlhma, Itilioua Complaint, WoU-ha on the
!kiu, noweis, uonsumptmu, ih-oiiuv, iropr,
Dyseulery, Krysiuelas, Feniale Irregularities
rrr of all kind, fit, Goal. Headach, indi-
restioii, 1 anamination, JnULUtea, l.iver mill-
..I..:.... I I. !.. UI.Mini.,Uin M.u.-
'1J.1U I I . .UUIUSU I " -".. - -
tioa of urine, Scrofula or kmg Evil, Sore
Throat, Htone and i.ravei, f ie-iouiourua,
Tumor, I leer. Worm of ull kind, Weakn
I rum any cau, eie.
Nob ere auuiai unleaa the signature of J
llaydock.a aet for the tailed aula, sur
round each box of Pills, aud Ointmwi. A
baadaoane reward will ba give to any oa ren
dering auch informative a may lead to Ou
defection of any party or parties eouuterfeiliee:
the nedieiaea or vuliug th seine, kuwia
. ... L. 1Ml,illlll.
U..L.1 m.t tt. nanufiuuorv of lntaaar QaL
druKiU and vVelera in anadiclaa Uiroughout
In civilised world, U lataaa Ot tb ewtU, U
m. uiui at ch.
f- There ia eoastderabat saving by taking; th
Si. H Uirac.toaa for the gaidaac of paUewt
ia vry suonaw are sauai 10 eariLeoa
OfflM, IU Liberty Ct., JXmw Tor.
Vail Paper Window OImi, Wi
- dow Shade, tto.
always oa hand, the celebrated lUtu&lnatlDg
Corner Xlavanth (Street atad Waastsg-
JIM ? MM
lathet wartime; rlaaa W ran furnish
ou employment at which yon ran make very
arge par, In yonr own loealitica, without being
away from home over night. Agent wanted in
every town and county to Uk Miberibere tor
The Centennial Kecorrt. the largest publication
in the United 8 tales 10 pages, etcolume: 1
egsnty llliiHtrated) Terms only St per year.
The Iteonrd Is devoted to whatever Is ot inture!
connected with the Centennial year. Th Ureat
Kxhihittoa at Philadelphia I fully llldstratod
in detail. Everybody wants it. The whole
people frel a great interest in their tountry'a
Contennial llirthilay, and want to know all
about it. An elegant patriotic crayon drawing;
premium pioture is presented free to each sub
scriber. It is entitled, "In nmemheranne of the
OnefJtindmlth A nni versary of the Independ
ence of Ui United State.'' Mile, U by ) in-
cne. any one can necome a successful agent.
for but stioW the paper and picture and hun
dreds of atilmcriber ar easily obtained every-
wnere. 1 ner is no nnsinees tnat will pay liae
thia at prexent. We have many agent who are
making as high as per day and upward.
Now is the time; don't delay. Hemcmber It
cost nothing to give the business a trial . Send
for circulars, terms, and sampi copy of paper,
which are sent free to all who apply ) do it to
day. Complete oat St free to those who decide
to engage. Knrmar and mechanics, and their
sons end daughters make th very beat of agents .
THE CENTENNIAL RECORD,
A BOOK F0RTHE MILLION
"MTa mJ evia.1 ..APiItsm O.-te.tal.
sasaBkObai a m Trf. TT ma. r u
J I Barry. Ut
rwrw w.aailiai m
Ux smal nasi, via tts
sMi uomni is is HMH r npisssisii, 1 1 ...i 1 !
tLt oDiolalo, a.
TbU la as Islaraatta wark af M kasarH as altty
par. vIOl siaai taa asaraTlsaa. sa4 aostaln valaaSa,
laStnaaUos aw laaa va ara SMrria ar aontasplala sat.
Hm; (UJI It la a book ISal aaahl la W k.pt ur laot
and r. aa aot Ian aafalaaal a boat til. kaaaa.
11 aoaulaa Uw aafilauaa so adrtca af s Slnlalaa
Sliaat npslaUas a warM-vlaa. as shoal ba la Uia pn
vau eraaar aravarysialaaaA Imti.1. tbeattcSMI Ml. aaUra
ttoba, U ,biaiM avarrtam o ib aabiael af tba geaar
attTi niua Uai la wank saevia, a na urn la sal
BabUaba la aay aabar work.
Batil a ana aaa (traa af wialaaai lea rtt- fwu.
AMn- Dr. Matu uiasaasan. Ma. ts t. Subik suast
Netles to tbt Afflict ana UalorlMsst.
a-Sira apnrlst la tba aoaartsaa aaaelr, vba Urmia, la
Ruba aapara. ar aala( aoj quaat natadlaa, mtum Dr.
aiu work, aa aatlac ka w laaa, la m hew 4mut
sbla jaur aaaaltta.
Dr. Sua maptaanblabaaaaara,l aansraant
lalsaaraa bf aaaa af Um mm aalakraia sMSIaal prwa.
aars af tkls aaasarf sa KaesBa, s4 M ba mmoIM ps
aaaallr ar bj Ball, a skaalMaaaa SMSllaea la hta varka,
C"m aJ paiiara. Ha it Kan llaa avaat, Mass
aaikat mini 1'ba.aat, at. a Xa. at.
Scribner s Monthly
AN UNRIVALED ILLUSTBA
When Scribner lsue4lti famous Mid
Rummer Holiday Number In July, atrtendly
critio aald of it : "We are not sure but that
Schibnick ha touched high-water mark.
We do uot sue what worlds' are left to it to
conutiiT." Hut the publlshera do not con
sider that they have reached tho ultima
tbule of excellence they believe "there are
other world to couquer, and they propose
to conquer them."
1 he prospectus for the new volume irivea
the titles of moro than fifty papers (mostly
inuHiraceu), uy writers 01 the highest uiurit.
Under the head of
" Foreign Travel."
we have "A Winter on the Nile," by Uen.
AJeClellati : Suiintcriuir About Couatanti-
notili'." liv t'hnrlu Dmllev Warnur lint
of My Window at Moscow," by KugeDe
Schuyler: "An American iu 'i'urkitau,"
etc. Three serial stories are announced:
Br Dr. Holland, the Kditof,
whose story of "Sovenoaks " zave the hi if A
est satisfaction to the readers of the
The scene ol this latest novel U laid on
the banks of tho Hudson The hero is a
youug nun who has been always "tied to a
woutuu'ri aprou striu," but who, by the
death ol his mother, is kit alone in the
world to dritt oa the current ot lile with
a lortune, but without a purpose.
Another serial. "1111 inheritance." by
Mn-s Traftou, will begiu ou the aompletion
ol "That Lass o' Ixiwrie's," by Mrs. Hodg
son liurnett. Mrs. liuruett's story, boiruu
in August, has a pathos and dramatic power
which have been a surprioe to the public.
1 here in to pe a scries or original and ex
quisitely illustrated paper ol "l'opulai Sci
ence," by Mrs. Uenicfc, each pai'er coui-
piete in lueii.
T Here urc to te, 11 0111 various pens, papers
" Home Ux and Travel"
Ali, practical suggestions as to town and
country life, village Improvements, etc., by
Mr. Barnard's article on various indus
tries ot tireat Britain include the history of
"Some Kxperiiuent in Co-operation," "A
Scotibh Loaf Factory" in the November
number, and "Toad Lane, iiochdule," in
December. Other paper are, "The British
Workinjfman's Home' "A Nation of Shop
keepers,"' "Ha'penny aWeek for the Child,"
A richlv Illustrated series will be riven on
"Auieikun Sport by Flood and Field," by
various writers, ana eaca on auioureut
theme. The subject of
"Household and Home Decoration"
will have a prominent place, whilst the
production. ot American humorist will ap
pear from month to month. The list of
shorter stories, biographical and other
sketches, etc., is alongoue.
The editorial department will continue to
employ the ablest pens both at home and
abroad. There will be a aeries ol letters ou
literary matters, from Loudon, by Mr. Wei
tort. Tbo paes of the magazine will be open,
aa heretofore, so far as limited paee will
permit, to the dincuasion of all themes af
letiting the social aud religious lile of th
world, and specially loth Ireshest thought
ol the Christian liinkw aud scholar of
We meau to make the magazla sweeter
and purer, higher aod nobler, mora genial
aud generous In all its utterances and in flu
no. and a more welcome visitor than
ever before In homes of renoetnent and cul
FIFTEEN MONTH for St.
Km us-its lor December, now readr.
and which contains th opening chanter of
"Nicholaa Minturn," will b read with eager
curiosity ud interest. Per hap cm more
read bit Dumber of this anafUiae ha yet
l 1 , .1 ..n. .. I C...1
ueen isaueu. me inns guiuucuui a"'"-
uer for August, bepteinber, aud October,
containing Hi opeiiina; chapter f "That
Lasf ' l-owrie's," will bo given t every
new a-ubs. rtber (who requeaju it), ana
who subscription begins with the preeeut
volume, L ., with th November number.
niibsurlpUoa pric, $4 a Tear-& ernte a
umber, topeolel Urms a bound volume.
Subauribe wlU tht) oaarest books. Uer, or
send a check or P. O. snoy jfWr
TS ttwadvny, . Y.