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-pk Hijilrrlar communications In Ma
J2 aonlo Hall, eorutr Commercial avenu
' w 'and Eighth atrmt, no in aeoonil ana
mirth Monday of each month.
Gen. Gbo. W. McCook, prominen t
' ' Democratic politician unci the Ooruoornt
; ic catidldute for jovt;rnor ot that stato
agamst Gen. N aye. llJ iu New York
city oa Friday lint.
v "jrtu: gtory is relvotl that Senator Pat
terson ot South Carolina, lias put his rt
cafnatiun iu writing, and that lie will
never again appear In the scnato a a
number of that body.
On Curlatmas tnorninjf, the Naliunul
Republican, published ut Washington,
and run In tho luterest of Senator Con
kling and bis crowd, read Mr. Hayes out
,,. ot the Republican parly. For Home time
' the Republican baa published articles
bowing why President Hayes. Secreta
ries Schurz and Evans should not be res
cognized by the bulk ol the party a in
sympathy with its organisation, but the
iormal "reading out" was delayed until
Among all the papers that we have
examined there has not one which has
pokcn In lull commendation of ol .Sen
ator Blaine's utterai.ee at his St. Louis
interview the other day. It should be
f remembered that he spone of the south,
ern people us hypocrite, who pretended
.to a reconciliation that was not real.
Men who thus loostdy stigmatize a
whole people betruy a recklessness which
Blaine, in his better raomenu, would be
ashamed of. It is well to put such state
meats on record.
Ot B Washington correspondent, writs
Intt the day alter Christmas, says: "Yes
terday Washington celebrated tho birth
of onr Saviour by an excess tf noise and
drunkenness. There have not lor years
been as mwy drunken people in our
streets or as yuny arrests lor oflenses,
; murder, assaults, etc., growing out of
the use ol liquor. This disgractul lact
-cr-tTi) Mel io fl,e coMi ot all wtloons mid
ilriicking places on the return ol tho day.
The habit ol entertaking at private
hoiie has decliuud greatly ol late yor,
10 t'WT the iiiratcl ......... .e rcsterday
" ' can be attributed to nothing but tbo pub
lie sale of stimulants.
I r will be remembered by uiany that
lieu Butler years ago securd tho passage
ol a law providing that honorably dis
chargou disabled soldiers should have the
pcrference In the selection ot men for
positions in the departments. In some
cases this law has been complied with,
but it is notclalinel that the proportion
ol this class employed since the law was
passed has been any greater than before,
in fact, as far as the departments are con
ccrncd, the law, like Hayes' civil service
reform, has been a dead letter. Now,
however, Secretary Sherman adds Insult
to injury by posting the following in the
treasury umler the siguinVant head ol
"Persons honorably discharged from
the military or naval service, by reason of
disability or sicklier Incurred lu the line
ot iIuum auaii tie preterred for appoint
went to civil otHce, etc."
Tub following letter from Senator
David Davis, written to F. D. Dawees,
Pottsville, Pa., in relation to a proposed
labor reform convention, is going the
rounds of the nross. Tin. inrr.r
viivi 'O UikhVU
- Washington, December I2ih, and its
uuei point ot interest a the carelulness
with which Uic pnndsroits Senator avoids
committing himself on the financial quel
tion. ' I livo had tbo Uonor to receive your let
ter ol the 3d Inst. Any movemeut lor a
national convention, such at you suggest
ihould emanate directly from the peo'ilJ
and be entirely freo Irom the Influence or
counael of members of congress, i'uter
taiaing tliis view, it would be Indelicate
in me t take any part In the propowd
troBTcratioii. Mca-uro are now pending
before congress Intended to correct ioiue
of the evils uadcr which the country li
uiTerlng. The extraordinary spectacle Is
presented t the world of three elements
of national curreDey-uold. ereenl.aeka.
I aod silver euh li.vln. i,rr....
'-r, - Mcub racue,
Dd the two last depreciated by leKl-lation
procured lu fnvor of the fir.t. The ioju.
th e of this dlaoriuiUatiou need not be due.
iWMd, for It Is felt in uneximpled distreas
-all over the land. Honor requires us to
ke.;j. faith with the public creditors to the
laatleiorof the law, but it also demands
tbat faith hhall be kept with the people,
upon whom tull. the burden ol taxation
and the duty of fidelity to national obliga
tion.. Eveiy measure to bring abou a
sound and uulform currency and wlie out
the distinctions which favor one portion of
; the eommuully at the com of the rest, shall
receive y cUaerful support With much
rrpe. Davis Uavn
WILLIAM E. IflAflDLEH.
It would be interesting to know Just
how far the n0. Vm. K. Chandler, ol
Xew Hamper, was trustpd by the Re
publican politicians who, from the time
the cJwtoral commission was auggtstod
" to tlie time it made lu 8-to-7 decision,
represented the cause ol Mr. ilayea. The
,aabstaooe of Mr. Chaudlw', iiatement
lust pubDibed U tbat Ue friends of Hayei
prouUcd 4negulfoall7 that Packard
nd Chamberlain's government In Lou
Ishtna and South Carollus should be sus
tained i and that At the rauie time the
tame friends ol the same Mr. Hayes
promised southern representative men
that Packard and Chamberlain should be
got rid ot. Chandler Is a politician who
has been for years,, the trusted, friend of
more republican leadun than any other
man out of congress. When the lneflii
elency ol Mr, McCornick as secretary of
the Republican National Committee be
came apparent, after the November elec
tion, Chandler, who had held the same
ottice tor many years, was sent for, and,
alter a stay at headquarters In New York,
was sent to South Carolina and Florida,
to look alter the fraudulent claims ot the
Republican to the votes of those states.
It is certain that he knew oil that was
known ol nftulrs at that time, and, as he
was thereafter actively employed until
the inauguration, It seems altogether
likely that in what he nowaays he speaks
of ailalrs which he knows ull about, He
is not a weak person, and wo don't bc
lieve ho allowed Messrs, Sherman,
Mathews, Foster and the rest to use him
unless he bad definite promises. Let Mr.
Chandler tell all bo knows. He has made
A royal beginning. As ho is unques
tlonably speaking in tho interest of more
prominent men, aud dictates lor thum the
plan of the Girht against Mr. Hayes. His
letter should have a wide circulation.
1IK.41 EN AND IIKIX.
II EMI Y WAltD BEKCHER CRKATKS AN
In imminent danger ot passing wholly
from public notice, Mr. Beecher has just
made another bid tor notoriety. Ot
course his Brooklyn pulpit was the scene
ot this last exploit. Last Sunday morn
lug was the time. We cannot put awuy
trout us the temptation to reproduce his
remarkable utterances of that day. Not
alone because they were unique, startling,
blasphemous, but because it will help the
orthodox world to decido the hard old
conundrum, "Really was Mr. Beecher
guilty ? ' 1 The telegraphic report fays :
New Yomc, Dec. IS. Mr. Beecher
preached an unusual sermon tod.iy, iu
ttiu course ot wnicn lie made statements
In substance as follows : He said that he
believed there were three persons muted
in one Godhead, but, it uuyonc should
ask him why ho believed, he would tell
him plainly that he did not know anys
thing about it, only that it was easier to
believe that which ho thought coincided
with the doctrine ol the New Testament
than to contradict. Orthodoxy says that
men must believe in the Trinity or they
cannot come into the church. This is
called orthodoxy, but he called It
'lt Is not an easy thing," said Mr.
Beecher, "for an honest conscientious
man to know just what to preach and
what not to preach." It was no easy
matter to remove the rotten timbers, and
replace them with sound ones, and not
stop the voyage of the ship. It was said
Adui was created perfect. It wits also
said that Adam sinned, and that, in con
sequence of that Ih the whole human
race fell. The numbers of the human
race were actually Deyoml computation,
and for thousands, and thousands, aud
thousands of years i hoy had been born
into the world, bad lived, and struggled,
and finally died, nnc! gone where r "-It
you tell me that they have all gone to
tWMCVHM IIIV QhfiOfitu CIC ha thMt oiiH tt
sweeping of mud into hciven would de
file its purity, and
I CAXNOT ACCKIT THAT.
If you tell me that they have gone to hell,
then 1 swear by tbo Lord Jesus Christ,
whom I have sworn to worship loreyer,
that you will inuke an Intldel of me. The
doctrine that God has been lor thousands
of years peopling this arth with human
beings, during a period three-fourths of
winch was not illuminated by an altar or
a church, and in places whero a vast pop
ulation of those people are yet without
that light, is to
TRSNSKOIIM TMK ALMIGHTY INTO A M UN
STICK more hideous than Satau himself, and I
swear by all that is sacred that 1 will
never worship Satan, though he should
appear dressed in royal robes and seated
on the throne of Jehovah. Men may say,
'You will not go to heaven.' A heaven
presided oyer by such a demon as that
who has been peopling this world with
millions ot human beings and theu sweep
ing them oh into hell, not like dead Ulcs,
but without taking the trouble even to
kill them, and gloating and laughing
over their eternal misery, is not such a
heayeu as 1 want to go to.
TUK DOCTMNK IS TOO 1I0KRI1ILK.
1 cannot believe it. and I won't. They
say the saints in ileavcm are so hannv
that they do not mind the torments of
the damned in hell, but what sort of
saints miiBt tney be, who could be happy
while looking down upon the horrors ot
the bottomless pit? They don't mind
they're sale; they're happy. What would
the mother think of the 10 vear old
daughter who, when her Infant was lying
ueau in me nouse, suouiu come
UANCINO AND SINGING INTO THE l'ARI.OR
aud exclaim : 'Oh ! I'm so happy moth
er. I don't care for the dead baby in the
coflln ! Would she not be shocked? And
so with this doctrine, -And by the blood
of Christ, 1 denounce It; bv the wounds
in His hands and His side, I abhor it; by
His groans aud agony, 1 abhor and de
nounce It as tho most hideous nightmare
HAYKN A Jill THK IXPLACAUI,t.;
Tt Chandler M nnlfealo The "Ilea
lUpnbllcnna" t'ainbla ( Oppose
llie Prealctent to th Decaih.
Washington correspondent Chicago
Tunei, December 28 : So distinct and
speclllo are tho charges ic the Red Repub
licans' manilcsto.signcd by Bill Chandler,
that politicians here believe that a part
of the programme of mallirnanrv will hi.
an Investigation into tho alleged bargain
made by Hayes by a senate committee.
This, then, clearly ludicatcs what rabid
republicanism cau aud Intends to do in
its war upon uiiycs. it was thought
that this Investigation would have been
made when Harlan's nomination at asso
ciate Justice was pending beloie Kd
munds' judiciary committee, but the
movement against Mr. Hayes was not
then crystallised into the aggressive, solid
combination that now stands ready to
0PF0BB HIM TO THK DEATH.
H It not expected that any of the
Domocratt would ofler any opposition to
a resolution looking toward an Investiga
tion ot this alleged bargain with tbe con
federate brigadiers, but at the same Uiocc
there It one consideration tbat might
pwhapi restrain the Republicans ol the
BUI Chandler trnu. It la a i.c W v.
Ckandler, In bis letter, optnlr eonfeitet
iBeiacDinatwr. nayea was counted in,
and that he would not bav been had It
not been tor tbe pledges given tor him by
Secretary Sherman. Now If one bargain
la to be investigated It Is but reasonable
to suppose that the other would be open
ed to inquiry. Perhaps there is no de
visable plan ot awakening more bad blood
than the scheme ol openlug up the excit
ing comest settled last spring by the
countlng-in ot Mr. Hayes.
TUK IOMCY OE THK REPS.
A prominent anll-admiuistration Re
publican said to-day, in discussing the
policy of his party : "A negative course
with us now means death. The Demo"
cratlc party has always been an aggres
sive one. and in that alone lies almost all
of Its great strength. We propose to
adopt its policy of aggression. Only
such a policy can be a'jfa to unite us.
There bas been altogether too much con
science in the Republican, party, and
tfiHt Is what we are slllicttkl with now.
The Democratic party Is not troubled in
that way. It is like the Roman Catholic
church. It has withiu Its own bounds
means of absolution fori lie sins ot any ot
its members." The good, innocent
say that Hayes and h 8 cabinet pretend to
see hi thing In Chandler's letter but the
wail ol a disappointed oflice-seeker. A
member of the cabinet, In referring to.
night to this letter, chatglng compro
mises, fraud, etc.. upon the president,
said that It could be regarded as nothing
more than the same eld story. He did
not think it contained any new charges,
nor did he think that it would carry wit It
It anv weight. He said that the removal
of federal troops from the state-bonnes at
Columbia and Mew Orleans wuo-tlOt the
result of any compromise, and was only
decided upon by the president after the
wnoie matter had been thoroughly con
sidered in the cabinet, and. however un
wholesome It. may have been at the time
to the Republicans, nobody now doubted
THK PROPRIETY OF THAT STEP.
So far ns anv arrangement of the kind
charged has been entered into by the
commission that visited New Orleans, he
said tnat the men who composed that
commission were too respectable and
pure rainueu to do guilty of such a
wrong. Upon the whple he looked upon
A VERY BAD MAN,
who was only growling now because he
hilled - to get the oflke. ho wanted, and
which he thought he deserved for the
part he played In Florida.
Tlifl l lrfal ave-II Una Klrcirk t nirtt.
JiiHt Received 5,000 of the celebrated
Tidal Wave, 5 cent cigars. Try them.
Trade supplied. I'kttis & Bird.
A Gentle Hint.
In our style ot climate, with In sudden
changes of temperature rain, wind and
sunshine olten intermingle in a single
day it is no wonder that our chilt'ren,
friends and relatives are so frequently
taken from us by neglected colds, half the
deaths resulting directly from this cause.
A bottle of Boscliee's German Syrup kept
about your home for immediate use will
prevent serious sickness, n large doctor's
bill, and perhaps death, by the use of
three or four doses. For curing Con
sumption, Hemorrhages, Pneumonia,
Severe Coughs, Croup, or any disease ol
the'Throat or Lungs, its success Is simply
wonderful, as your druggist will tell you
German Syrup is now sold In every town
and village on this continent. Sample
bottles for trial, 10c; regular size, 75o.
10 ibi A sugar, $1.
IF lbs best New Orlcaus sugar, $1.
And everything else at rock bottom
price w. Pettis & Bird.
Tli4 blood Imparts to the body the elo
ioenti which are essential to its existence.
When these are insufficiently supplied, its
energies begin to flag, there is a loss of
ilosh, the muscles grow flaccid, the reflec
tive powers loss vigor every function Is
diaturl ed, every ogan weakened. Under
these circumstances, it is obvious that the
constitution roust soon give way unless the
vital flu'd is enriched. To accomplish
this object, recourse should be had without
deluy to that grand fertilizer ol tbe blood,
Hostoter's Stomach Bitters, which pro
motes askirollatlon of tbe tood and it tbe
means of rendering the circulation rich and
active. The good e fleets of tbe great tonio
arespeedly apparent In a gain of bodily
vigor and mental energy. A regular ac
tion of the various oguns also results from
its use, the good work of bodily reform
goos rapidly on, ail evaahiutlly heil is
eatsbllshed upon a sure basis.
MTTIE SO WELL,
TUB COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Has removed from berold stand on Com
mercial avenue to the bouse back ot
Messrs. White & Greer's store on Seventh
street, where she will be glad to see all
her former customers.
PETTIS & BIRD,
Corner 14th street aud Washington
avenue liavo tho best selected stock ot
call on them and get your Christmas
also.a large lot of toys will be sold at cost
to closo out. Fire works sold very cheap.
(S lllrillV 11 VAfi tA Antnn Rflntrnla vf tit
t C ine iia t to vr nuw
pendeucy, in the circuit court of Alex-
auuercuuniy, aiaie 01 iiunoi', 01 a Dill Id
chancery to eutoce vendor's Hen, wherein
ho Is delondant, and 8muel BtoaU Tavlor
and Edwin Parsons, trustees of the Cairo
City Property, are complainants; and that
the summons in stid case Is returnable on
the Drat day ol the next term of said
court to he holden at tbe court house in
the city of Cairo, in tild county, oa tbe
tint Monday ot January, A. D. 1878.
JOliN A. REEVE,
Clerk of said Court,
Okkkn ft Gilbert, Solicitors.
Cairo, Nov. 7, 1877.
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Mr. Block desires to call tbe attention ot
lk PnbllU lU tbu that Urn hum ,tU
ways on bandalari;e, uaw and fashionable
tmik of reacly-mailo custom lioota and
Bhoes irblcb bo will sell at
THE LOWEST TRICES.
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Lata of the St. Charles.
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It Itflrdtiml that a apeelul term of the inl
ander Circuit Court b eommencnl and held at
I ho court botiaa In the city ol Cairo on Monday,
tha JIM day of Dei-ember, A. D. 1877, Said term
to I devoted eiRlnatraly to the ocarina of Cbeu
f.117 rauae anil the trauaotlon of bUBlnet ea
tbe Chanoery dookei Jokk a. Knvt,
, Cawo, Hli.,)ot, t, 1177.
aaaMkaaaaaaaaaaaWaWaNs.tai.Sl H Ml ! I iWaaawaal
Goods at the Lowest Prices."
Floor Oil Cloths, Curtain Dam-j
Children's Shoes, Gent's Boo t
Special attention irlvcn to Country trade.
the City or Country, in Groceries or Dry
our jroods and nrlcea before you buy.
ilisii, tam I Co,
XL u2L 1 2T, II .Y
aud all kinds Country Produce.
03 Ohio Lovce, Cairo, Ilia.
l- asd Scat;'.
Can Be Beautiful
ly flyed or Re
paired at a Trif
C. O. D.
Old Hats Made New. S
ii is. siii:li,i;y,
-o. 0, Kiulilli Ntreel.
STRATTON & BIRD
Ag te AMERICAN POTVDER CO.
ftl Ohio LnvtO.
City National Bank
W. P. HALLIDAY, President.
11KNUY L. HALLIDAY'i Vice Preat
A. H.SArirOKD, Uehler.
WAI TWK UV3LOP. Aaa't Caihlcr.
. staaw tatlou, r. h. ( ikniki.hak,
H, L. Haludat, W. P. Hallday.
O. f. Williamson, Stihicx Uihd,
A. B. Saffokd.
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and "'d.
KlOflT8 received anil a Kencral tuiiking
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
Attorney At Law
T3 OHIO LEVEE.
City National Bank Building, up.etaira.
The Oldest Kstaullshed Agency In fiouthtrn
Illinois, and representing ovi-r
165 000 GOO
PAINT AND OIL!.
I. F. Blake
r?aints, Oils, Varnishes
Wall Paper, Window Glass. Win
dow Shades, &o.
always oa hand, the celebrated illomlnati
Oorner Eleyentb Street and Waahl
SCHOOL TEACHERS.; fou.
your salary by devoting a very small portion of
your leisure time to my ialertat. 1 da not ex
mot yon to ranvaes for my oalebratctl Oeatty't
Pianos and Ornns nnlst yon tea fit to 1 but the
UTTlce I require of you is both plaaaaat and
profllable. full psrtfculars free. Address
DAMXL F. ikAXII, Wasblagton, Jf . J,
SIGN OP THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee,
j And At
SIGN OP THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street.
White Lead White Zinc
Luiseed Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-ill Colors Pcady or ilie H,
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Pish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
ThpElgiu Keiossna Can
The Only Perfect Can in
tho World. Made of Glass
and t not to
Leak, Crrodo or Break.
Every family should have
Tho best in Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
Manufactured by Wilson and
Eveden. We sell at their prices
Agency and Depot for
ernes. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and V.
Lean's Medicines. We control the celebrate
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, andDeCinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
Wholesale and Retail,
"Last week I bought a 10 cent pw'ks-e
the usual time at lo than ball the tout ol
iw rU. i x?' U.nd " "briDk
perfectly naie to use it.
5 end 10 cent Packages.
Golden Lion Cologneof WffiSEanou
German Syrup and August Flower,
J Homeopathic Medicines
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatine for Table-Use-Very Cheap
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
The Best Trusses, All Styles
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
Shoo Blacking, Stove Blacking
Buv Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
Waac Flowor and Artists' Matorials
French, English and American Perfumery
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to All
Tho Best Extract of Buchu,
The Best Sarsaparllla and Blood Purifier
Holmans' Ague Pads, Woods' Pills,
Malaria King, and all Ague Medicines
Quinine, Smith's Tonic. Kress Tonic,
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Clotb
xjt FeatllGr Dusters and Counter Brushes
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
. Pa,per Bags' WraPPtoS Paper and Twine
Shoe Blacking, Sho3 Dressing, and Stove PolisL
lure Imported Jlujr Hum, Ni,1cii,1I1- niiadu Tar
Soap English and American NoupN l ino Ini.
ported Handkerchief KxtractN In orljji
nal Hot t few or in Ilrokcn )naiitl
ties m wanted at low prieew.
Buy Your Drugs
At Barclays' Drug Slore.
Awarded First Centennial Preri
and adopted after a thorough Scicrl
Practical Test by tho U. S. (7
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEP
Highly Commended b)
OF WASHINGTON CITY
risk for Elaine and Gas;
with Insurance Companiej
by Railroads Street Cars and
Avers' and Javnes' M
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
of W.lnne ami done m v wa,hhiL' in t im lia!:
Soap. .My tiIoiRB wer wider. I dij not
w00'0"". fr ""'-a 1 was enalneil to t-i u
Buy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S