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i of' Ca!r and all the country rontiguout thereto.
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dune at the Bulletin Cairo City Bindery in the bent of ttyle and at the hacett
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vfacture them for .
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The Bindery it in charge of Mr. 4 MR ROSE IF. PYATT, a firtt.rate
Workman, whote devotion to hit butiiict and the promptnett vrith which he
tiimt out the brtt of work, entitle him to all the patronage that Cairo hat in the
line of Bonk Binding and Ruling.
THE PICTURE FRAMING DEPARTMENT:
Having Purchased the Cumplele Stork of Mouldingt and the Picture
Framing apparahn of the late firm of Rockwell il- (it., we are now prcparel
to frame all kindtof Pirturet, Manufacture Window ilovlding and drnicet,
and doall kindtof work in thit line.
If you have Chromot, bring them to in for mounting and framing.
If you have I'irturet of any kind bring them to ut, and at a trifling ex.
pent? we willnake them ornamentt for your roomt and dwell! not.
Order taddretted to E. A. BURNETT, will be promptly attended to.
Patronize Home Enterprise ;
Give the Old Han and the Young Man a Chance !
". sxiitia. BiidLiAr. cxxt Tvtinh Bur
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1876.
WHO WAS CAIN'S WIFE 1
Haw me Perplex las; QimIUn la Km.
eweresl by the Rev. C. P. M'Carlhy
The Kev. C. I McCarthy, who preaches
every Sunday la the University liulUllng,
Washington square, New York city, m
pastor of what 1 railed the American Free
church, endeavored to answer the (mention,
Who Wan Cain's Wile?" Iat evening.
He took his text from the fourth chapter of
Uenel and the seventeenth Verne. The
preacher said thai he had delected the
peculiar subject announced at the request
ol aeveral members of the congregation.
Maintaining that old theories an to the
meaning of the billo atones bad ceased to
be tenable because ol the Increased light of
science, jc said that the theory held by
many at to Cain's wile would also have to
be abandonoJ. "The orthodox anther to
the question," said he, "is perhaps Cain
married his sister. Well, I don't think he
did. Now, I am not going to shirk the
answering ol this question. I have a theory
of our race which others do not believe in.
Nine of ten believe that the human race
came from one pair. I don't believe it. Do
you say that is heretical!' Perhaps it is, but
this is not a question to ke answered by
those who cling to the old theories. That
old theory can never ancwer it. In the
first place, Cain could not have married his
sister when he departed to the land of Nod,
because he had no sister. When Selh was
born Adam was only l'!0 years old, very
young man tor those days, and Ssth was his
third child. There la no mention of daugh
ter. In the second place, Cain departed to
a country where there were people, and he
feared these people would slay him tor his
crime, and the lrd recognised the reality
f this (Linger and set a mark on him that
he might be saved. The bible nowhere
states that there were only two people
originally crsated. Adam was the generic
name for the human race, and 'male and
female created he them.' Do you believe
that tievroes and Chinese are the descend
ants ot the same progenitors with ourselves?
I don't. Cain wtut over to tbe land of Nod,
and there became the chief of a race which
he found there. He builta city. He couldn't
have done this alone. This, then, must be
toy answer to the question; there were
races ot people upon the earth at the time
Cain was driven out a vagabond, and from
this race Cain took his wife."
The preacher dwelt at considerable
length on the le-son to be drawn from the
life of Cain, and exhorted all to avoid the
itiue sins, lor even tain did not become a
murderer all at once, but was led up to that
great crime by envy and jealous feelings.
PATRICK HENRY'S PROPHECY.
A Warning- riser! la lb Virginia
fouveuflwn oa III Adoption of tlia
Rochester (N. Y.) t-'nlou and Advertiser.
Do not the word of Patrick Henry, in the
lrglnia Convention, on the adoption of the
Constitution of 17?, have special fclnitj-
cance at this time t
'Your President may easily become king.
Your Senate is so imperfectly constiucted
that your dearet rights may be cacrinced
by.what may be a small majority ; and a very
small mluority may continue forever un
changeably this government although borrl
bly defective. Where are your checks in
tbls) government ? Your strongholds will be
la the hands of your enemies. It is on the
supposition that your American Governor
shall t e honest that all the good qualities ot
this government are founded, but its per
fect and imperfect construction puts it in
their power to perpetrate the worst of mis
chiefs should they be bad men. And, sir,
would not all the world blame our distract
ed folly in resting our rights upon the con
tingency of our rulers being good or bad t
Show me that age and country, where the
rights aud liberties of the people were
placed on the chance of their rulers being
good men, without a consequent lots of
liberty. I say that the loss of that dearest
privilege has ever followed, with absolute
certaiuty, every such mad attempt. If your
American Chief be a man of ambition ami
abilities, how easy will it ba for him to ren
der himself absolute T The army is in his
bauds, and if he be a man of address it wit.
he the subject of long meditation with him
to seize the first auspicious moment to ac
complish his design. And, sir, will the
American spiilt solely relieve you when this
happens? I would rather have a King,
Lords and Commons, than a government so
replete with such iusupportable evils. It
we make a Kin;, we may prescribe the
rules by which he shall rule his people ; but
the President in the field, at the head of hi
army, can prescribe the terms on which he
shall reign master, so far that it will puzzle
any American even to get his neck from
under the galling yoke !"
The Centaur Liniments MU,y
palo, subdue swellings, heal burns, and will cure
KhenmatUm, bpaviu, and any fleh, bone or
muscle alimenu The While Wraniter is for
family use, the Yellow Wrapper lor animals,
Alistof the iugredienU are contained around
each liottle. They are cheap, tly, sad cer
tain. The certain, speedy MdhltrM1,e.
remedy for children, is Pitcher's I'aaturia. It Is
as yleasaut to Utke as honey and as certain in its
effect as Castor Oil. for Wind Colic, Worms
Sour Stomach, and Disordered Dowels, there pt
nothing like Casioria.
WILSON, EGGLESTON ft CO.,
Flour, Grain, Btedi, b Provisions,
81 WEST OAJftTAL 8TBKBT,
s CINCINNATI, O.
JT CoMlgumsBte solUlud. 11-25-eod-lw
rOHTT YKABB BETOU Til PCBUa
DR. C. M?LANE'S
oa VMS Ct'RB OS
Hepatitis or Liver Complaint,
fjYSPEPStA AND SICK HEADACHE.
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
1 A IN in the right side, under the
. etlgeofthe ribs, increases on pres
sure ; sometimes the pain is in the left
side ; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side ; sometimes the pain
i felt under the shoulder-blade, and
it frequently extends to the top of
the shoulder, and is sometimes mis
taken for a rheumatism in the arm.
The stomach is affected with loss of
appetite and sickness ; the bowels in
general are costive, sometimes alter
native with lax ; the head is troubled
with pain, accompanied with a dull,
heavy sensation in the back part.
There is generally a considerable loss
of memory .accompanied with a pain
ful sensation of having left undone
something which ought to liave been
done. A slight, dry cough is some
times an attendant. The patient
complains of weariness and debility ;
be is easily startled, his feet are cold
or burning, and h complains of a
prickly sensation of the skin; his
spirits are low ; and although he is
satisfied that exercise would be bene
ficial to him, yet he can scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to try
it. In fact, he distrusts every rem
edy. Several of the above symp
toms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred where few of them ex
isted, yet examination of the body,
after death, has shown the liver to
have been extensively deranged.
AGUE AND FEVER.
Dr. C. M. Lane's Liver Pjlls,
IN CASES OF Ad E AND FEVER, when
tak en with Quinine, are productive
of the most happy results. No better
cathartic can be u,ed, preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine. We
would advise all who are afflicted
with this disease to give them A
For all Bilious derangements, and
as a simple purgative, they are tin
tqualed. MtCWAKK OF IMITATIONS.'
The genuine Dr. C. Lane's
Liver Pills are never sugar coated.
Every box has a red wax seal on
the lid, with the impression Dr.
MVLane's Liver Piles.
The genuine MVLane's Liver
Pills bear the signatures of C.
MVLane and Fleming Bros, on the
JW Insist on jour druggist or
storekeeper giving you the genuine
Dr. C. MVLane's Lier Pills, pre
pared by Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh,
Sold by all respectable druggists
and country stortkeeers generally.
To thote wishii.f to give Dm C M'Lanb's
Livbk fiLLs a tn-i, will mail putt pakt to any
part of tlic Luitcii bum, bbc Lux of EilU fur
ELEMINC EROS.. Pittsburgh. Pa.
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MADB ONLY BY
W. KIMJIOXN & SOX.
Oak Hall. Boston Mass
it m braces all the bt qualities of the English
and Erfiicli suits, ami is particularly a dapttil (j
Hi rcqulrvnieiitsorthe Amrricao hunters. It is
made from duck (dead jrnua shade) .waterproofed
by a patent process, and particular attention is
given to the rivetiuir of all the jacket comers
and necute fattening of all the Imttous.
Price of the Suit complete, lncludine;
Coat, Vest, Trousers, Hat, or Cap and
Send Postoltice order. fioodsMnt C. O. I if
prefirred. To the trade we make liln ml dis
count. Ui'lbs roH MBA.sritr.Mi'NT. Waist. Brrast.
Inside seem of sltwve. lo.Mile aeatu of trousers
hize ol head. Steiition lieiitlit and weight.
Send for circular. Address,
0. W. SIMMONS & SON,
Oak Hall, Boston, Kaaa.
Wind-Proof, Flannel Lined
Leather Vest: aoi Puis.
I.HJHT IN WEKillT AMI STYLISH
Affording an amount of comfort ami
herelofore dceiued iuiHiasilile except iu e.uuuec.
Hob with heavy, clumsy garment.
alADB Okl.V UT
G. W. SIMMONS I SON,
Importers of English I' later Overcoats.
OAK HALL, .... BOSTON, MASS
l!eaUuarters fur Military Goods and
W'e believe these are the best Protectors aoi n
bad weather eve devised, and tlw very groat suu
ces met with last season has led u to nuiuufaa
turc a lerirs stock tor the present Season. Th
, prices (reduced er ceut. from hut year's) m
very reasonablei $7 for the vest, as for Uiejaar
eU ll'pieferred, we will make to order, frock
measure, at the same price, bead for circular.
Measures required are simply these: Breast,,
Waist,, lusida aeaut of sleeve.. aleulioB
height and weight.
O. W. SIMMONS tt SON, Oak Hall
Sla aaraaleaS aatae a
Auyar brttla, aidO a m
tat of Illinois, County or Alexander.
Circuit Court of Alexander County, Jan
uary Term, A. D., 177.
William W. llusy vs. Kugens Oaraguty,
LouUianne Garaghty, WilUatu U. Uale, Al
rtnda B. dale, Catharine (tale, Jacob 11.
Uurrough and Robert I.. Wilson, iu Chan
cery. Affidavit of the non-residence ot
Kuk'ene Oaraguty, LouManne (iaraghty,
Wllliaiii U. Oale, Atcinda H. Oals and Cath
arine (rale, Jacob II. Burrougb and Kobert
la, V'llon, the detendanta above named,
having been filed in tba office of the Clerk
of said Circuit Court of Alexander County,
notice is hereby given to the said non-real-dent
defendants, that the complainant filed
bis bill of complaint in said Court on the
Chancery side thereof on the 22d day of
November, A. I)., 1870, and that a summons
thereupon issued out of said Court against
said defendants, returnable on the first
Monday or January, A. 1., 1877, as is by
Now. therefore, unless you, the said non
resident defendants, shall personally be and
appear before the suiil Circuit Court of Al
exander County on the tin-t day ot the next
Term thereof, to be bolden at the court
house in the city of airo. In said county, on
the find Mondar of January, A. 1)., 1x77.
and plead, anwer or demur to the said
complainant s sill of complaint the same,
and the matters and things there
in charged and stated, will be
taken a coulesncd, and a decree entered
against you according to the prayer of said
nSTBF.N S. YOCUM, Clerk.
Cairo. Nov. 22. A. !.. lt)7U. oaw-4tv
Stat of Illinois, County ol Alexander
Circuit Court of Alexander county,
January Term, A. D., 177.
Henry Whitramp vs. KIU Retd, Andrew
Held, Mary Ktubhs.Zephaniuh Stubbs, Koaa
Kurress and William Huse, in Chancery,
To ZephaniaU Stubbs one or the above
named defendants. Affidavit having been
tiled in the office ol the clerk of said court,
that you Zephaniuh .Stubbs, on due inquiry
cannot be found, you are hereby notified
that the complainant tiled his bill of com
plaint in said Court on the Chaurery aide
thereof on the 23d day of August.A.L). 178,
and that a summon thereupon issued out
ol "aid court againt said defendants, re
turnable on the first Monday of September,
A. 1., 1X70, as is by law required, and that
said summons was returned as to you "not
Now, therefore, unless you, the said
Zephanlah Stubbs, shall personally lie and
appear before the said Circuit Court of Al
exander t ounly on the first day ot the next
term thereof, to be bolden at the court
house iu the city of Cairo, in said county,
on the first Monday of Jauiiary, A. U. 1877.
aud plead, answer or demur to the said
complainant's bill of complaint, the same,
and the matters and things therein charged
and stated, will ba taken as confessed, and
a decree entered against you according to
the prayer of said hill.
KKUBEN S. YOCl'M, Clerk.
Fisher 4 Wheblkr,
November IS, A. U., 1870. oaw-4w
JOHN H. KULUT,
4ttorney at Law.
OITICE : At residence on Ninth Street, betwst
Washington avenue and Walnut Street.
PRICES REDUCED TO SUIT TEE TIKES
Room and Board, 1st and
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Roam and Board, 3d Floor S3 .00 Par Day
SpeoUl Rates by Weak or Maattk.
A limited number of very desirable family
rooms can be secured at reasonable rates lor the
The bt. Charles is the largest and best appoint
ed House in Southern Illinois, and is the leading
hotel in Cairo. Notwithstanding the "Bed
Kock" reduction in prices, the table will, as
UHual.be liberally supplied with the very best
of everything that can be found in market.
Eine large sampla rooms for commercial trav
elers, on ground floor, Ire of charge.
CTr All baggaceofguwu conveyed to and tram
the hotel without charge.
WHOLKSALX AMD H.XTAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Uornar 10tn Bt. aad Commercial At.
i - i - i
SIXTH 8TBEET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMKEBCIAL
Manufacture his owrn Horaa Shoaa aad
can Aaeura flood Work.
PATRON AOS IOLIOITKO
Phytloian it Sorseoa,
Otttee la Wiaiar'e Block, corner Seventh and
Cenituertinl Avraue, (eatraaoe oa SaveaUt.
sUoudeace Ifctaeaaik: sln(, west ( Waaaiagtoa
while the other took the money from
him. They then made bust? retreat,
Irarlnjr their victim alone. Uraln wu
np for a hearing yeiterdajr morninr, and
"reed. there helnir
way connected with the
Va given a hearing
Evantvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Psduosh, BhRwneetewB, Evans
TlUe, LoulsTille, Cinolnnsti
nd all way landings.
The elegant side-wheel steani
Will leave Cairo every WEDNKMPA Y at I)
'fisrrck p. m.
Hie Beet steamer
Hi Uowaao ... Master
ho. 1 Romas Clerk
Leave airo every SATURDAY.
Kacn boat makes close connection at Cairo
With flrst-claa steamer for at. Iatuis, Mem
phis and New Orleans, and at Kvansville with
laelC. at. B. M for all points North and aast.
and with the luisrlile AUil Steamers fo all
points on the Upper Ohio, giving through re
ceipts am freights and passengers to all points
For urtber information apply te
SOL. SILVkK, Vasienger Agent.
HALUDAV BROS " . "
J Or to U.J.tiKAMMEB,
Superintendent and General rreight Agent,
lo-3-o.iv. Kvansville Indiana.
33. F. Slake
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Tall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, tio.
Always on hand, the celebrated illuminating
Oorner Eleventh Btraat aad Weening
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Rational Bask Building-, np-atalri.
7ha Oldaat Xetabllahed Aaranoy in Bout t ;
arn IlUuola, repraaantlng star
165 000 000
MT. OARBON(BI0 Muddy)
Order for Coal by the oar-load
t,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
fTo large oonsnmers and all
onanufaoturere, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
OALBO OITT VUAI OOVFAIT.
ttL'3' 51 Mo!,Mo 1 Oalo Lsvm.
lAt taa Uai IHMSB, Sst af Tkarr-BighU
Vr9 OMm Btawar. son. ,
The Original Chtap stort
143 a I4 Caaasaarelal Ave..
lias reduced bis Dries to mfm..
the present bard TIMRS. Tka nnhli
mecltat,r,m,Dd1 pHcesh.T. always
eriea, manVer than any ether house, but 1
the exhibition are situated vat 1 nays made
the Tennsvlvanla Kallroad and ewto suit the
acres of Kali-mount Park, all hlghi, H
proved and ornamented, on which sr. ,
erected the largest buildings ever construe
ted live of tHeae covering an area of filly
acres and costing !S,000,UOO. The total
number or building erected for the pur
poses of the exhibition It near two hun
dred. During the tbirts days immediately
following the opening or the exhibition a
million and a quarter ol people visited it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
THK OB EAT TRUKK LIB I
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U. S.
Is the mot, direct: convenient and econom
ical way ol reaching l'hiladelphla and this
great Exhibition from ail sections of the
country. Ita trains too and front Philadel
phia will pass throuflh a grand Centennial
depot, which the company baa erected at
the main entrance to the Exhibition
grounds for tbe accommodation of passen
gers who wl-n to stop at or sun from tbe
hiimerou large hotels contiguous to this
kUtlon ane the Exhibition a convenience
oi the greatest Value to visitors, and afford
ed exclusively by the Pennsylvnda Kail
oad, which is the only line running direct
0 the Centennial buddings. Excursion
rains will also stop at tbe hnrainpmetitof
he Patmns of Husbandry, at Kim .Station
on this road.
The Pennsylvania Railroad t the grand
est railway organization in tbe world, it
controls seven thousand miles of roadway,
forming continuous liues to fhliadelpbls.
New York, llaltiiuore, aud washington.over
which luxurious day and night cars are
run from cbicaio, ttt. i.ouis, Louisville.ciu
rinnatl, Indianapolis, Columbus, Toledo,
Cleveland and Krle witbous change.
its main line is laid wtte double aud third
tracks of heavy steel rallupon a deep bed
of broken stone ballast, aud its bridght ate
all of iron or stone, its passenger trtlus
are equipped with every known improve
ment for comfort and aalety, and are run at
faster speed forgreater distances tbtn the
trains or any line on the continent. Tbe
company nas lately increased it equip
ment lor Cedtenulal travel, and will be pre
pared to build ia its own shops, at short
notice sutSeient to fully accommodate any
any extra demand. The unequalled re
sources at the command of the company
01 the company guarantee the most perfect
accommodations tor all its patrons during
the Centennial Exhibition.
The magnificent scenery for which the
Pennsylvania Kallroad Is so iustly celebra
ted preseou to the traveler over Its l
roadway an ever-chaos-liur
river mountain and landscape views
' views une-
aualed in America.
ineeatiug stations on this line are un
surpassed. Meals will be furnished at suit-
anie Lours and ample time allowed lor n
excursion iK Keu. at reduced rates, will
be sold at all the Drlncinul railroad ticket
office in tbe West, Northwest and South
Be sure that vour tickets read via the
Ureat Pennsylvania route to tbe Centen
nial. FRANK TUOMSON, D.M.BOYD.Jr,,
Uen. Manager. Uen. Pass'r Agt
l73Lhsrie7ttretr8L Louis, Me.
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ma la is. stimi mumi t sil Vanetal, swzual
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thraat, skia ar baa as, are rimis atih sasmtiiil
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SaaatakraMU. Cksssn aial la aawrtss. -
617 8L Chsriss street, St. Louis, Me.
611 St. CBarlae Street,
Treats all forms of Veneral Diseases, Semi
nal Emissions and Sexual Debility, with
unparalleled success. No matter who failed,
call or write; lamphlet or consultation free.
Can refer to the medical profession in all
parts of the Country.
at (rel. til.
CharUved by lb
State ot llliauia
for the express
purposa ol (1 vut
a ail case of private, rbroalc, aad urmsry di
sease ia all their complicated lornis. It is Well
ksua that Dr. Jaiuea has slood at th head ol
the arofessloa for th past au years. Aaa aad
axperieaccareall-iuinuruat. Me-aMlaaal Waskh.
saa, aiKht losses by dreaiu. pimples oa the
lace, lost luaatuMMi, caa noaiuveiy urn caraea
Indies wsutinn th maal delicate attetilien, call
or write, fleasaut home lor patleuu. A book
for Ui milium. Marriaifa Uutda, Which tells
you all about Umm ai.im.es -alio snoum snarry
Why aot iu cents to pay poelajra. lr Jnaa
has i room and parlor Vou see no oa but
th dostur uittve hour. a m. to 7 a aa. Sun
day , to to Is. All btiataaa alrietly aaaSdea
a man ly every mgemt
ever lllonta IB III IMlSllie We
fiiralsb. but thus williua' to work caa easily
earn a daaeo dollar a day rlshl in their own lo
calities. Haveuo rooat to eaphtia here, Maal
aaa tlasal aad hoaoralale, M'atuaa. bay
aad xlrls do as well a tuea. W will funis
tou a eompieta outat fm. Th biislaass tay
stter I baa aayUuug at, W will bear
pMisaof starting you. Parllrular ttmm. WriU
and tea. Kanuera aad Buaehaaic, tfaair aoa
aad daaaittera, aad all class ta nasi ml paylaa
work alhoiua. should write to a aa taara all
boat the work at mmem. Bow te tbe tta
loa'l sWUy. Addiest Tact 4 Uh Aaaata,