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. II. OMRritt. f A. W. TTATT.
CAIRO CITY DINDEEY,
eV. W. rVATT CO.,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
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. , OaIto. Illinois
lJ"otint end RailrowlWork Specialty
I)f kick Horns Krom 7:30 a.ta. to 6:30
p.m.; Sunday Iroin 7toa.m. Monpy
Older 8:00 a.m. to C:00 n.m.
a.m. I r m.
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Cairo ft Vlncenuea
Cairo, Arkansas ft
la K R Daily.
Ohls Urn Rout
Daily rxr'l Monday
Mim Hirer Urmia
Up, Hon. Til. Frl.
Friday A Saturday
U. W. M KiAla, P. M.
LLXN0IS CENTRAL R.
TRAIir LRATR CAIRO
Wall at Jl:'p. m ...... .Iailf .
Ktprvrt at 2:1 p. In "
Krribl ai 4:00a. m...Eioept Sunday,
rriKtit at 4?i. m... " "
. ARRIVR AT CAIRO
Mall at - J:20a ro Dally.
Is Kill! at...-...-.. 1:41 p. ni... Except Sunday.
rmKlitat. .... . 7:m p. iu... ' Sunday,
rreiabl a'.. .12:00 m... . " Sunday.
JAKES JOHNSON. Agent.
ST. L0UIS.IR0N MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
f I press lee res Cairn dull 2'o p. m.
ipress arrive at Cairo daily 4:a. in.
Ai'iviiniuodat Ion learea ta.ro daily. :J a. Hi.
An-oiuiiiOdittiun arrive daily (except
MuuUr) H a. m.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
We Hav Come to Stay!"
rUK train of thie couiny rnnnert at St.
Lout anl East t. l-oum, with all oilur
hue to the ertn Eeast and West.
l-raref 'elro ...
Arrive at St. Louis
6 p ui.
LraT. East St. Louis 8:4. a.m.
Am at Cairo-.. - p.m.
J. L. HINCKLEY, General Superintendent.
J . A. WENTZ, General Passenger Atfrut.
W. II. MA FAKLAND, Agent.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
THE SHORTEST ROUTE TO
Evansville, Indianapolis, Cincin
nati and Louisville,
Kl NN'INU TUROl'GU BY DAYLIGHT.
The Shortest and yiuokert Line to
Philadelphia, Baltimore and
fcUklni? Cloie tonnectiona with the "Fast
Kail" to the Eat.
Indian arous awo clkcinwati Hi'un.
Leave Cairo f' "0 a. to
ArriTeaat t aruil - "
ArrlTesat Vlncenne 12
tia t. tons A"JD SGriURASTlR RAILROAD.
Arrivta at EvauSTill.... :M P m-
flA MBDAKAFOLI AJD VI!CSWX RAILROAD.
Arrive at Indiauapoli.................. ;;-0 !
TLA0810 AMD MISaUlfFI RAILROAD.
Imvn it North Vernon f -1"' p-n
Arrive at Cincinnati i:l-1 "
at lui.viUe 8 l "
Leave Indianapn'. I :S0 m.
, l ure ClacinnaU.....-- OT.M..... 7:00
' tj.vr Loiiiville.... -7.10 "
Arrive at VinonLe. - 1 :45 p.m.
;.ve Vlncennea 2:t "
I-eveM Evanyille - a.m.
ArriTea-at Canni.M - . i4!t p.m.
Arriyeaet Cairo :40 "
f. K. MILLER, H. L. MORRILL.
Gen Pas. A't. tieneral Sup't
HTFor iuforiuatiun relatira to rate ami
tJicliuiis, aiiply to L. U. UlL'HLlt,
ARE PAID fiK
dibled in line of Uuty, if by
accident or otherwue. A
WOUJIO of any kind, the
low of a rintier or T, or
ihelotof laEye.t KIIF
TIKE, if bat light, fi
pennon. Dita of Laap
or VmrlCoa Vein civ a
tlncbrgd for wound, iniunt
er rupture, you rt full boun
ty. ATjTSend il tamp lor
copy of Pentioa and Bounty
Acu. Addreu all letttr t
V. S. Claim Agent, IndlanaR.
OliS. Ind. rO all letters
maik P. O. box S.
, 37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KV.,
liuii ftuoMMeial, ij his irtHw ill rwvf.
DperuiiitorrLea and lupotacy,
i lUfWUll Ut ir UllM tu vd'tlll. M'T4I tW'CUH ID Iktft
t,irr Tf. CT oliivr cn,u4ra, miwl trMltMl&( ouh f ihfot
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au.t -attly hi unlit xkrM. aayvbarw
Curoe Ooriuted la aU Case
C.w.a.uluu i,DiHy or lit Irliw Irr tn4 IturltM.
riuiu faouall auJ iurr. ,uic tra.il cuauMiUal,
HI aoo of m, ol w am aldra, Mart i; ,ll. tor tairtr
4 oi cue. Sa.rttid u r-a.l b, all. addr.M at atu,c
COM auiirf Iruu v .t.M. I" Y. U. RuaOaia, S I 4 V. M
ttQQQu'l ta mate uy every agent
0999iviry month in tlie buaineea He
iWiUUb.'lmt thoati willing to work can eaaily
rum a ilut n dollar a dav rikrlit la their own lo
ulitiw. liuve no room to explain here, buai
neM pleaaut aud honorable, Women, boy
aud girl do aa well a men. We will furnihu
you a complete outfit free. The buaineea pay-l-iur
tuaa anytliuig e'.ae. W will bear ex
ueuaeot'aUrtiuir vou. Particular free. Writ
y'lte, Kaiiuia and me'hauiw, tln-ir anna
' Tin! daugliura, ami all claaae in need or paying
u. Ark at tioiue. aliould write lii u iru all
rl wtiik at om. Now la tbe tim
, . V llreaa iKutj.Jt.tt;. Auu al,
Jurwir. 1)avm rcfuoes aligolutely to m
tnnilo the llftti tndiclal iiicmlor of th
tripartite tribunal, rurtinjr that lie con
sidcra it indelinafe after btinir ;locted
aenntur, to take a position that inllit
ubject htm to alverM criticlam.
I'kksipknt Grant hm very recently
ilerlarvd that the country is in a condi
tion favorable to the Immediate re'ump
timi of rpttie payments, and it i helievod
that he will vend a tpecial rnes.t&gc to
onrrvsf advisiri"; resumption to be at
tempted at once.
McDonald la out pardoned by tbe
l'rcslik'Dt and It la wholly iiuprobubWi
that Joyce will temaln mwh longer in
the Mi'ionn penitentiary. The "old
man" Lnovva no partiality union? Ida
Iricnds and will liberate them all while
he haa the power.
Thk Republican Senatorial caucu in
Washington Is engaged in the diacus&ion
of two qncatlona : First, whether the
passage of the electoral bill waa a Hepub
lican aurreudtr; and, second, whether
the Republican membera of the commis
sion should consifct of advocatea of the
bo-called aurn-nder or of opjKjnenta of
Tn.Dr.x's lawyers in the presidential
cou'.eat are Jcrs Riark, Matt Carpenter
and Lyman Trumbull, with Ben Butler
as adritory counael. The lawyers on the
oficr aide are Vm. M. Kvarta and R. (.
Injrer.aoll, and others not yet named. All
the lawyers engaged on either side are
exiected to serve without pay.
Pr.KsiDK.NT Grant ligned the electoral
compromi-e bill at ten o'clock on Mon
day morning, and sent it to the senate
with a special message, In which he ex
pressed hiabellet that the bill is an as
auranc to the country that the friends of
the disappointed presidential candidate
will accept the result without resistance,
and that the adoption of the act saves the
nation from imminent peril.
The death of Alexander II. btephens
occurred in Washington on Monday.
The immediate cause of his demise was a
bemorrhape ol tbe lungs that prostrated
him a week previous. Mr. Stephens
went to Washington trom Georgia,
against the advice of his physician, be
lieving that bis duty t his country re
quired his presence In congress at this
ritical period of the country's exist
ence. A sew move is being made In the mat
ter of lomeUo service in St. Louis.
Men are employed to do the work usu
ally done heretofore by servant girls.
Men are more easily managed, says the
St. Louis Evening Republican, and '"the
advantage is derived ol having any mat"
Ur ot the kind which comes under dis
pute between .mistress and servant re
ferred at once to the master of the house.
The master of the bouse usually requires
not more than three sentences to debate
what would otherwise require whole
hour of temlnine scolding."'
The electoral tribunal will consist of
the following members, the caucu of the
two houses having selected them to be
voted for as candidates :
Senator Edmunds, Morton and Fre
linghuysen, Republicans, and Thurraan
and Bayard, Democrats.
Representatives Payne, JIunton and
Abbott, Democrats, and Garfield and
Supreme Court Associate Justices
Cliflord, Strong, Miller and Field. The
fifth member will be selected from
among the associate justices, Swayne
Davis, Bradley and Hunt.
Thk reason given for McDonald's par
don is that he is in such a state of health
that he cannot long survive prison lite.
But he is strong enough to make
arrangements to go into business in St.
Louis in the spring and was healthy
enough to send the following telegram
to his wife on his release :
Jefferson City, Jan. 20.
.Mr. Mary Mr Donald. Klpon. Wia.i
Mi Sweet Wife: By patience and fifteen
months' imprisonment 1 am a tree roan,
without placing myself en Judas Bris
tow'g long list ot self-confessed thieves,
perjurers and betrayers who acted thus
for their freedom. I did not want
liberty purchased at that price.
MIKUlDA! RI4JHT FOR OMOE.
Gen. Sheridan was right about ex-Gov.
J. Madison Wells, and yet not more than
half right, after all. He did not give
(ov. Wells half so bad a character as
that worthy has just given himself. His
testimony given before the house com
mittee was such as could only have been
given by a roguo who feared that be
might feel the halter draw if he told ton
much, lie was asked by the members if
he could state the total number of votes
cast in Louisiana, and be said that ha
had not charged his memory with it!
On other points he was just as marvel
ously ignorant." He did not know
whether the action of the returning
hoard In Louisiana "had changed the re
ault of the election" or not; he did not
know whether lhe returning
board "threw ut 10,000 rotes" or
not; lie .did not know whether
they threw out hundred or a thousand
votes." He, the rhalrinau of the IouisW
ana returning board, testifying' under
osni, utciares that h does cot know
OtH.a, BvklXtln. Bvtlia.ltxr, Csrnat T-wol.lt fca Street and
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1877.
tilings which are perfectly well-known
to every Intelligent newspaper reader in
this country. He preaided over the
throwing out ol vote, and yet docs not
know how many were thrown out. He
counted out Tilden and counted in Hayes
with his own hands, and yet he does not
know whether "the result of the election
was chanced." This Is bald perjury, and
it la this accomplished rascal, who as
sumed to rob the people of the 1,'ulted
Statea of the right to chooc their own
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
Meklngf HlatAry (Jotikling'a Nperch
'I lie Make-up of til Commlaalon
I lie Meecbee In the Iloue Nennio-
(From otir regular Correipoudent.
Wahlnoto.v, D. C., Jan. 27, 1377.
This has been a good week for the
manufacture ol history. Tbe history has
been hastily made but the general verdict
seems to be that It will do, that the bill
will meet the necessities of the great oc
casion, and be valuable in the future as a
precedent. Some of the ablest speeches
that have ever gone upon the Congres
sional Record have been made during the
last six days, aud the thoughts, the words,
yes, even the looks of the men who haye
spoken, will in the future be subjects of
comment and controversy The opinion
is quite common, the cant is in almost
everybody's mouth that we have fallen
upon degenerate times, that our legisla
tive balls are no longer filled with states
men of the splendid ability of Webster,
Clny, Calhoun, and Benton. But there is
little reaaon to doubt that our children
will aa tiKtljr admiro aucb senators as
Conkling, Morton, Blaine, Edmunds,
Thurman and Bayard. It Is on occasions
like this, when the country has been res
cued from a great peril by the w isdom of
men of diverse political antecedents and
feeling, that the country realizes how
great and precious are her statesmen and
patriots, and how despicable and danger
ous are the selfish partisans who have
crept into the places where only states
men ought to be. Before this reaches
you, you will have received intelligence
SICIM-NU OF THE BILL
By the president, and you will perhaps
know the personel of the committee,
which it is now believed will be largely
made up of the gentlemen who served
on the joint conference committee, ex
cepting, of course, Mr. Morton, who i9
opposed to the bill. Tbe greatest speech
of the week was undoubtedly that of
Senator Conkling. For eloquence, re
search, and logic, it has never been ex
celled by any effottthat has been made
iu tbe United States senate, not even by
himself. Mr. Edmund's management
of the bill cannot be too highly praised.
In the house the speeches of Watterson,
Hill, and of Townsend, of New York,
were listened to with an attention seldom
accorded by that body. The speech of
Mr. Watterson was remarksblo tor its
calmnneas and temperance of expres
sion ; that ot Mr. Hill for these qualities
coupled with a crace of rhetoric
for which he has no equal. Mr.
Townsend's speech was remarkable only
for its gross humor, and violent vulgarity.
The pacific and nnpartlsan speeches of
Senator-elect Hoar and of Mr. Field, and
the spontaneous applause w hich followed
them, was an expression of the universal
longing of the national heart for a new
and unpartUan era of national politic.
Provides that during the session ot eacli
house, on Tuesday the 30th inst., each
house shall by viva voc vote appoint five
ot its members, who, with five associate
justices of the supreme court, shall con
stitute a commission to decide upon all
questions in which duplicate electoral re
turns shall be involved. It is useless to
speculate upon the composition of this
commission, but it seems to be generally
accepted that, in view of Judge Davis'
election to the United States senate, he
will not be the fifth judge. Democrats
profess to be indiflerent as to who is
While Mr. Hill, ol Georgia, was receiv
ing the congratulations ot his friends,
just after he had concluded his speech, he
was handed a telegram from Atlanta an
nouncing his election to the United States
senate. This result was unexpected, but
the country will not lose by it. Mr. Hill
Is less partisan than Mr. Norwood, and is
a man of Immeasurably superior ability.
Thus far the Democrats have gained.
The following retiring seuatora will
be succeeded by Democrats on the
fourth of March : from Arkansas, Powell
Clayton, by A. II. Garland from Illi
nois John A. Logan, by David Davis ;
from Mississippi, James L. Alcorn, by
L. J. O. Lamar ; from New Jersey, F. T.
Frelinghuysen, by John R. Mcrherson ;
from Texas, Morgan C. Hamilton by
Richard Cooke. Should the two sena
tors to be admitted from Louisiana, and
the successor of Seuator Itoberston,
of South Carolina, be Democrats, the
senate will stand after March the 4th,
thirty-nine Republicans, and thirty
seven Democrats, hut should they be, as
Is most probable, Republicans, the latter
party would have a majority of eight.
The present Republican majority is sev
enteen. The political balance in both
houses will, during tbe next tour years,
be more nearly equal than It has been at
any time since the war. This will have
an effect to prevent Ute growing evil of
abseoteelsa), it will stimulate mutual
' (Srllicism, and Impose a wholesome check
on partisan legislation.
Nebraska Ahead 1
The 11. M. Railroad Co Lands! The bert
Agricultural Rnd Stork Cojntry
In America 1
0000 LAUDS IN A GOOD CLIMATE
Lowprirea. Long Credit. Low Fare
and Freight. Premium for Improvement.
Free Pa to Land Buyera. p3T For full
particulars, apply to B. & M. It. R. Co.,
II p4k-l Uf
papers, u til
iifri it wilrt you aoUiiiajl feud will awrtily my fuu
EnglUh Brussels. Three Ply and lograin
alio. Stair ( arpM. Velvet Rugs, Crumb
Clot Ust, Oil Cloths, etc., very cheap
at tbe Old Place
112 PULTON ST., NEW YORK
Carpets carefully parked and sent to an
part of the United Mtatea tree of charge. '
CI-SEND TOR PRICE LI8T.
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City national Bask Building, ap-atalra.
The Oldest KaUbllahed Aenoy la Boutr..
era IUlnola, representing- ovir
165 000 000
THOS. J. ZERTE,
jteneral Insurance Agt.
St. Louis Fire Insurance Co.,
German of Freeport, Illinois,
Germania Life of New York,
Assetts, $7,000,000. 00.
I renpectfully sohVlt a share of public
Office in Us Alexander County Bank.
FIRE AND LIFE
Policies are Issued on the most favor
able terms bv
General Ixsiranck Aoent.
Noii but rioiiml and Honest tVoiii
Ot'FICK In t lis Alexander County Hank,
11 tf CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
K. F. Kiinkera Bitter Wine of Iron
has never been vnown to fail in tbe cure of
weakness, attended with symptoms ; India-
wa-I.Ia. aA nv..li..n liaa i.f mammmwot . 1 i 111
piBiuuu hi cariiwui ' v. tuoiuuii u uu
cutty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror of death, night a wests, cold feet,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal lassitude ot tbe muscular system,
enormoua appetite with dyspeptic symp
toms, hot hands, flashing ot the holy, dry
nesa of the skin, pallid countenance and
eruptions on tbe face, purifying the blood,
pain in the back, heaviness ot the eyelids,
frequent black spots flying before the eyes
with temporary sumsion and loss of alght,
want ot attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakueN, and to remedy
that, use K. F. Kunkel'a hitter Wine ot
Iron. It never fails. Thousand a are now
enjoyiup health who have used it. Take
only E.F. Hunkers.
beware of counterfeits and base Imita
tions. As Hunkel'a Bitter Wine of Iron fa
ao well known all over the country, drug
gists tliemselves make an imitation and try
to cell it off to their customers, when they
call fo.-1 uaksl's Bitter Wine or Iron.
Kunkel'a Bitter Wine of Iron is nut uu
only iu tl bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
niiiy pui uu iue ouisioh wiiu uie pro
orlft or' s ubotoirrauh on the wraniier iA
each bottle. Always look for the photo
graph on lhe outside, and you will alwaya
be sure to get tbe genuine. One dollar pel
bottle, or aix for fo. riold by druggist a and
ALL WORMS REMOVED ALIVE.
E. F. Kunkel'a Worm "yrup never fatla
to destroy Pin Seat aud Stomach Worms.
Dr. Kunkel, the only auccesstul physician
who removes Tape Worm in two hours
alive, with head, and no fee until removed.
I Common aeuae teaches that II Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms can be readily
destroyed. 8end lor circular to Dr. Huu
kel, Ho. 259 North .Ninth street, f nlladel
I phis, Pa., or call on your druggist and ask
I for a bottle of Kunkel'a Worm Syrup.
Price, f 1.00. It never talis.
PEES REDUCED TO SUIT TBS TIKES
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Roots and Board, 3d Floor $2 .00 Per Day
SpoeUl Ratea by Week er Month.
A limited number of very dealrable family
rouma can be secured at reasonable rates lor the
The St. Charles I the largettand beat appoint
ed House In .Southern Illinois, and 1 the leadina
hotl in Cairo. Kotwlihatandins the "Bed
Keck" reduction in price, the table will, aa
naal,be liberally aupplied with the very beet
of every thing that cea be found in market.
Fine large sample room for commareial trav
elers, on around floor, freeof cbarge.
EfAll baggiureol'fueat conveyed to and irorn
the betel without charge.
C R. F.OJVEW,
WABIKTT WTO RE.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 19th fit. and Commercial Ay.
C. 0. PATTER ft CO.
CHARTERED MARCH 81. 1868
CITT NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
A. B. 8 AFFORD, President.
8. S. TAYLOR, Vice President.
W. HYSLQP, BM'vnad Treasurer.
Pacl O Scam.
ft. H. ClTVMIKOHA-M, U. L. HAIXIfiAV,
J. M. Pnuxira.
INTEREST paid on deposit at the rats ef sis
percent, per annum, March latand Septem
erlt. Interest not withdrawn la added imme
1 lately to the principal of the deposits, thereby
living them oompound interest
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else oan draw it.
Open every buainesaday from fts.m. to S p.m.
aJ Saturday evening for saving depoaita only
roiu S to S o'clock.
W. HTSXOP. Trsaamror.
f Rrois, President. H. Well, Cashier.
P. Neff, Vice Prea't. T. J. Kertb, At. aeh'r
ULli C0DIT7 m
Comer Commercial Ave. and St Street
K. Bros, Cairo. Wm. Kluge, Cairo,
t. Neff, Cairo. Win. Wolfe, Cairo.
A . Susanka, Cairo. R. J Billing sley , at. Louis
E. Kuder, Cairo. H. WelleVCairo.
K. It. Brinkiuan, 8t. Louis,
j. i . uemson, uueaonia.
A General Banking; Bnalness Dons.
CfExohange sold and bought. Interest paid
n lhe Pavings Department. Collections made,
nd all busiaeaa promptly attended to.
City National Bank
OAPITAX - - 1100,000
W. P. HALLIDAT. President.
HENRY L. UAXXJDAY, Vice Presl.
A. II. 8AFFORD,CahUf.
WAI If R HYSLOP. Asa' t Cashier.
S. Staatb Tatxor, R H. CrinnteBAH,
H L. Ualxuiav, W. P. Qau.idat,
U. U. Yt li.MAJfON. BTBrHRN UIHD,
A . a. BarroHD,
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds nought ana tsoia.
DEPOAITS received end a general .banking
buslneaa done .
No 80 Oblo Levee,
Dealer in Fresh Mea
Bstwseo Washlnsrton and OomsaaroUa
Avenues, adjoining Ha&ny's.
KEEPS for sal the bast Bee, Park, Ifnttoa
Veal, Lamb, Hauaage, As., sad Is pr
read U erve tiatiiilles la as aoeesiable
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Retalt Dealers is
WINKS OF A I.I. KIN 1)8,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MESSRS-. SMYTH a CO. have son.t.ntlv
a large stock ot the beat goods In Uie mar.
let, RRdfive especial attention to I he wholesale
reach of the business.
mmmmmmmmm aeea esa
ACT. OARBON(Big Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the oar-load
:,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
SiPTfl larva nnriiimara snrl all
manufacturers, we are prepared
.w uppiy any quantity, ay m
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITT VOAL COHTAaTT.
-Balliday Bro . office, No. 70 Obto Leve.
HslTiday Bro 's wharf boat
-At Egyptian Hills, or
"At tbe Coal Dump, foot ef
tFPot Office Drawer, ftno.
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
I Paducah, Shawneetown, rans
vi lie, liOuisTUle, cinoinnatt
and all way landings.
The eUgant aide-wheel steamer
ATaltcrB. PaNNtKoroN-.. Master
jHASLts PaNNiNuroN Clerk
Will leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY at 6
The fleet steamer
Leaves Cairo every SATURDAY.
Eat, boat makes close connection at Cairo
With flrst-cias (learner for St. Louis, Mem-
r ibis and New Orlean, and at Evanaville with
he K. AC. It. R. for ell point North and East,
and with the Louisville Mall Steamer fo a, all
points on the Upper Ohio, giving through re
ceipts sa freights and passengers to U point
For urtber UiformaUon apply to
SOL. SILVER, Passenger Agent.
HALLIDAY BROS., I Acrtn,.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
Or to U. J. URAMMER,
Superintendent and General freight Agent,
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