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CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
V. "W. PYATT CJO., j
HINDERS ANl BLANK BOOK j
Bulletin BuUdinf . Oor. Twslfth lire
Cairo. Illinois. 1
irCouMT and BallroadWork a Specially .
)rr icu Hours Vrom 7:30 a.m. to G:30
p.m.; Sunday from 7 to 9 a.m. Money
Order 8:00 ft.ru. to 5:00 p.m.
I : f Illinois Central R It
' lo no f Dally.
10:30 f Mis. Central R R
10:00, Cairo A Mnrenne
10:00 (Cairo. Arkansaa A
Teres K R liaily.
6 00 i Ohl lver Route
Dally exc't Monday
Miss River hote
t'p, Sun. Tu. Frl.
Frblay A Saturday
. W. McKbaio, p. m.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
num LBATB CAIRO
Mall at.... 11 p. m .......Uilr,
Kxpreaa at S.l p. m "
irigbt at .... 4:00a . iu...Kiv-pt flnnday.
Freight at..-..... 4-.O0p. ro. " "
iliim AT CAIBO
Mall at t :. BO -.Dally.
Express at.. 1:45 p. -Except Sunday,
freight at in-- - Ti p. m... " 8unly.
Freight av-.. .12 0 m . " Sunday.
JAKES JOHN BO IT. Agant.
8T. L0UIS.IB0N MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
Kipi leave Cairo dally .tlp. m.
Express arrive at Cairo dally :Of a. m.
Arttrminodatlon leave Cairo daily 2:0 a. m.
Accommodation arriYe daily (except
Kunilav) ..ll:Wa. m.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
We Have Come to Stay!"
rHE train of th! company eonB-t at St
Lout and KantM. Loui, with all other
Une to tb Mrib, Eeaat and Weal.
imn atst. Louis..
... 6 jp.m.
Leave East St. Louis ........ 8.45 a.m.
Arriv at Ciro 6: JJ p.m.
J. L. HINCKLEY, ;enTl Hurintendnt.
J. A. WE.NTZ. (rrnerml I'axwtigrr Afent.
W. H. MA KAKLAMt. Af'it.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
THE SMOUTEST EOUTB TO
Kvansville, Indianapolis, Cincin
nati and Louiaville,
vilnsi.no Tnaouon by dayliotit.
The Sborte.t and (juicke.t Line to
Philadelphia, Baltimore and
Making Cloe Connection with the
Mall" to toe E&xU
IKDIAMATOU AMD CUiCntaATI XXPXi.
rmvp. Cairo B:'0 a
Arrive at Carmi . :4fl '
Arrivea at Vlooennra ..12:i '
VIA ST. LOl'U AID 0lTU.iTXRK EAILMOAO.
ArrlTM at EraiiiTlUe l:.ro p m
VtA litDIAXAroU AHO VIUCJWSM RAILBOAB.
Arrie at IndianapolU.-.-... . &:0 P- m.
via Ohio axd Miaaiaairn mailboao.
Arrivraat North Vernon.--..
Arrive at Cincinnati
Iarea Cincinnati -
ArriTe. at Vlncennea..
uaYea Vincennra ...........
Ltavea Eranaville ..-
tmm at Carmi
Arriv at Cairo
, :1S '
. H:10 "
so a m.
... 1:S p.m.
...... 20 a.m.
F. A. KII.ua. B. X.. ktOUOL,
ta1 TaM.Af't General Bnp't
rfTFor information rv latiye to ratra and con
axtion, apply to L. H. UCHcH.
THE NEW MAGAZINE.
RECORD the YEAR
FOURTH NUMBER (JI LT) READY TO
DAY. With a fine Steel Portrait of A. T. Btewar
Carcar. lealh. Will and Buccoation.
Important tventa and occurrence throughout
tha world, this number contain, among two
uundrad other article, the following points oi
pccial iniereat :
Quaeu Victoria's Kew Title.
Dr. John lrr .
i April Philosophers (Fools).
1 he True American a charactcrivlio i'oent.
Waabujfton a Mar.hal of France
Jean Inflow's fancy.
New Uune-Car Poetry, for April
Dom Pedro's Characteristics.
A Wblit 1'artv in Die Ark.
Three CapitalUtaAstor, Stewart, Yaoderbllk
juara i wain at a tior Auction.
First Female Lobbyist at Washington.
The Ciirl ol feTll e a Spanish Poem.
Royalty in tha United State.
Artetuua Ward's Character and Peculiarities
Monthly Record of Conirrnaa. etc.
Thing tot laughed at, popular and touching
Uva variety .that it forma the richest amount of
valuable ana eniertainiug readlug almost ever
illiuraowi iu uwgMiue.
This new Periodical, which ba already reach
sd such an enormoua ttopularity, is
Something new and original in the way of a
Dilorthly Manaliue. Beins: a sort of keferanoa
Scrap-Book, or monthly record of Important
veuts that happen in any part of the world,
with selection of the moat popular miscellany
of the eurrent month, prose and poetry , foreign
and domestic. Edited by If rank Moore, of the
Beautifully printed. with an elent Btee. -or-trait
of the moal promiueut person of the moLth
in cash Number. , , . , .
One of the moat entertaining and valuable rst
elaas monthly magMlnea ever issued, rriee, w
eenu a month, or ai.ouiora year's suuscrlp.
tlon noataga paid by the publishers
rfrvaarly Subscriptions begia
0. W. OSAAIXTOVACO., rthuakan,
aUdlsen ianaie. New York
r - . - Z.. - l.7T.:.. r
The Indiana leeUlature ho been pe
titioned to abolish the death enalty.
Br a vote eleven to eight, the state
board of equalization have located the
state fulr at Frerport.
IIknuv Wi.vti.r Davis, the brilliant
Maryland lawyer, was a cousin ol David,
I tlx new senator from IilinoU.
Tkuikaaor Kino, the aeronaut, went
down to MemphU to Mardi Craa and
went up from there in a balloon, and up
to yesterday nothing wan heard of him.
Scmliemax is dally expected in
London, where a grand reception awalti
Mm. ile will take all his Trojan
treasures with him. The Greek relics
belong to the Greek government.
Thr triends ol the Texas and Pacific
railroad bill will make an earnest eflort
to have it taken up and assigned a day
tor consideration. They will try to se
cure Saturday or Monday for a specla
Vz publish in another column, a "pen
portrait" of the Hon. Fontaino E. Al
bright, representative Irom Jackspn
county In the 30th general assembly.
The article js from the Sangamon Moni
tor, which is publishing sketches ot the
lives of the members of the legislature.
The Johnson County l'eomnn says :
John H. Oberly 'ias azain assumed the
editorship ot the Bcli.f.tix. Its appear
ance and value have already greatly
The Vtmnon has a stroug imagination.
The so-called editor of this paper
has not written anything lor it,
to speak ot, since last leap year.
Wo think the improvement "in its
appcarmcc and value" is '"all in the eye 1
of the Yeoman man.
(. onhivmav Si'Kixgkr had prepared
an objection to tne vote ot George v.
Chaffee, Hayes elector from Illinois, on
the ground of ineligibility, and would
have presented it when Illinois was
reached, but he was advised that a case
equally as clear as Chaffre's would be
presented to the commission in the Louis
iana case whish would thus obtain a de
cision by the commission and atterward
by the two houses. If an objection was
filed to chaftee the commission could not
decide the case, a there U only one cer
tificate from this state, besides, the sen
ate might refuse to sustain the objec
tions to Cbaflee's vote and this refusal
might prejudice the decision in the case
ot the ineligible electors in Louisiana.
Hence, with the advice and approbation
of his friends, Mr. Springer withheld his
objection to Chaflee's vote.
Last week in one of the preliminary
Mardi Gras processions in New Orleans,
President Grant was represented as Bel
zebub, and the members of bis cabinet
burlesqued in equally unflattering char
acters. '1 he city authorities of New Or
leans apologised to Gen. Pennypacker
who thereupon withdrew his Orders that
the military companies and the bands
should not appear in the procession on
Mardi Gras as has heretofore been the
custom on that day. On Monday
evening, Messrs. Burke and C'avenack, of
New Orleans visited Gen. Grant, In
Washington, for the purpose of present.
ing a (iUpatch from Gov. Nicholls, dis
claiming any complicity In the objection
able feature ot last week's public display
in New Orleans. It Is telegraphed by
tne cnicago Tune$ n asnington corres
pondent that part of the consultation was
for the purpose ot "negotiating for the
Conservatives to get control of the state
government and in exchange for It to
give up the senatorship. They want
Grant to recognise Nicholls when tbev
will send up Jim Casey to the senate."
Mr.Cbaui.bs Nordhoff, the Wash
ington correspondent of the New York
Herald, who rarely goes amiss in his con
clusions, Bays of the "Florida decision :
"It gives, alter all, a doubtful delight
to the Republicans. It leaves a bad af
ter taste in the mouth. It Is a kind of c.
cape of which they are not proud ; and
they would be devoutly thankful if now
the Democrats should threaten to begin
unlawful or Irregular proceedings
of any kiud, so as to alarm
or disgust the country ; indeed, they
are going about to-night with terrible
stories of what some Democrats have
bem heard to say, of secret consultations
and of plots to break up the commission ;
but as the Democrats have a reasonable
confidence In their side of thb Louisiana
case, and are on the w hole moderately
cheerful, they are not likely to put them
selves out of court by any follies ; indeed,
a good many ol the shrewdest men on
that side say that, if the Republican! can
afford to take Florida under all the cir
cumstances, they can afford to lose it."
BLrE GLASS AOAIS.
We gather from the New York Even
lag Putt some interesting particulars in
relation to the blue glass discovery noted
in uen. rieasoutou s iaie book on tuig
subject. Many physicians of New York
City are giving their attention to the
subject and the demand for blue glass in
creases every day. Tha New York hos
pttals will soon be furnished wlttalt. A
shipment ol one hundred eases was
mad a tew days ago from that city to
Oms, X3 -ta.il attln, B-u-llAViaa", Cstntt Twelfth. Street anl
. CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 15. 1877.
Chicago which already has one of
Its hospitals fitted up with blue
window panes. The sudden demand for
the article has given ibe to imitation
and impositions, and some irresponsible
dealers sell ta customers the ordinary
colored glass that is merely 'flashed,'
that Is to say, tinted on the surface. But
the kind necessary for the new purpose
is a violet glass, blue all through, and
Is an cxjensive and delicate article.
When used for the curative purpose, It
must alternate in the window sash wl'Ji
the white panes.
The sun-light passes directly through
the colorless glas and has no effect on It
or on the room into which it
shines, but blue gta catches and retains
heat, and a room lighted by blue panes
Is said to be warmer than one wit'i win
dows of ordinary glass. It Is believed,
therefore, that th blue light not only
acts directly ou the nerves ol a patient,
but also imparts curative qualities to the
atmosphere. The diseases It it said to
cure are all nervous ailmtnts, nervous
headaches, neuralgia, and dlsctses of the
eye. It has also been noted that blue
glass has a marked effect on fish, those
in an aquarium on Broadway, whoie
tanks are under blue light, being
in better health and livelier than the
others. General Pleasanton claims
that a litter of motherless pigs wero suc
cessfully "raised" under blue glass light,
and as for the world of vegetation it
claimed that gardeners and florists have
satisfactorily tested the advantages of
blue Klass in hot-houses.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THB CITY.
Good Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th 8t. and Commercial At.
C. 0. PATTER & CO.
W. H. MABEAN.M. D.
lozscjathic Physician izi Surgeon
(Dr. Brigliam' Successor 1
Office : 130 Commercial Ave.
ii-l-lin Cairo, I.linois.
Special attention a-ivrn to the treatment of
Chronic Di.eases and diseases iieculiar to fe
O. D W1XLIAMS0N,
And Dealer in
JTe). 16 OHIO LXVEE.
SPECAL attantioi given to eonsignments and
Mi .it; College
St. Louis Mo.
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Mil , aa ham lo uMm th. hMllh. au4 ttjmnlMidL mmA
S Bul.4 cIimS. Ih It ilinim el vowiAi las bw sn4
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Manhood I Womanhood I MarriacbI
Impediments to Marriage tho cause
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paid for o cents, by Da. C. Whittike,
617 St. Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo.,
the great specialist. Read his works.
O'CAIXAHAN & HAIX,
Hoofing and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Rootling a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Bods, Pumps, Stoves
JobbinC Pr)amVtl D)a.
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rha Oldest Eatebliahod Aa-enor In South .
rn iiunoi. repreawauuaT ovw
tes noo ooo
Thb Lake Citt Jociccai is a local newspaper
tiuhliahed in the miliar iif the (.anlrn nf tha Wat.
where land" may be procured at S3 ot to SI W
per are. The mn of whatever age. profession!
or capital, can here make hU fortune.
Those contemplating a western home and com- i
petency, may be thorougblyi rtformed by be
coming subscribers to the Joirsal.
Terms: One year, S2 Oil; Six months, SI c'
Three months. 60 oeuts. postaa-e paid.
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To the WArkinsr Class W are now
prepared to furnish all classes with constant em
ployment at home, the whole of the tune, or for
ineir spare uumrnu. ouiidci kw, iikui anu
profitable. Persons of either sec easily earn
irom 5"J cents to $5 per evening, and a propor
tional sum by devoting their whole time to the
business. Boys acd girls earn nearly as aach
as men. That ail Who see this notice may send
their ariciresi, and teat Uie business we make this
unparalleled offer: To such as are not well satis-
Ilea we win sena one aoiiar vo pay jor tne
tronbl nf writing. Full particulars, smanlea
worth several dollars to commence work on
and a copy ol Home and cireaioe. one of tha
laneat and be t Illustrated publications, all sent
free by mail. .Heavier, Ifvuu want permanent.
prontaoie worx uiokoe rniws n io, rort
This groat International Exhibition, de
signed to commemorate the one hundredth
anniversary of American Independence,
opened May 10th, and will close November
lUth.IST6. All the nations of the world
and all the states and territories of the Un
ion are participating in this wonderful de
monstration, bringing together the most
comprehensive collection 1 1 art treasures,
mechanical inventions, scientific disoover
eries, manufacturing achievements miner
al specimens, and agricultural products
ezer exhibited. The grounds devoted tu
the exhibition are situated on the line of
the Pennsylvania Railroad and embrace 450
acres of rail-mount Park, all highly im
proved and ornamented, on which are
erected the largest buildings ever construc
ted five of the.e covering an area of titty
acres and costing $5,0t0,000. The total
number of building erected for the pur
poses of the exhibition Is near two hun
dred. During the thirts days immediate ly
following the opening of the exhibition a
million and a flatter of people visited it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
THE GREAT TBUKK LIKE
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U.S.
Is the mos. direct: convenient sod econom
ical way of reaching Philadelphia and this
ere at Exhibition from all sections nf the
country. Iu trains too and from Philadel
phia will pass throuffh a grand Centennial
depot, which the company has erected at
the main entrance to the Exhibition
grounds for the accommodation of passen
gers wnowi nio stop at or start from the
humerout large hotels contiguous to this
station anc tbe Exhibition a convenience
ol tbe greatest value to visitors, and afford
ed exclusively by the Pennsylvrnia Kail
oad, which is tbe only line running direct
o tbe Centennial buildings. Excursion
rains will also stop at the Encampment of
he Patrons of Husbandry, at Elm Statiou
on this road.
The Pennsylvania Railroad Is tbe grand
est railway organization In the world. It
controls seven thousand miles of roadway,
forming continuous lines to Philadelphia,
New York, Baltimore, and Washington, over
which luxurious day and night cars are
run from Chicago, St. Louis, Louisville.rio
rinnati, Indianapolis, Columbus, Toledo,
Cleveland and Erie nithous change,
its main line is laid wlte double and third
tracks of heavy steel railsjunon a deep heo
01 oroiten stone oaiiasi, anu us oriugns are
all of Iron or stone, its passenger trains
are equipped with every known improve
ment lor comiort and s-lcty, and are run at
faster speed for greater distances then tbe
trains of aoy Una oo the continent. Tbe
company nas Isrgely increased its equip
ment lor Jedienulal travel, and will he pre
pared to build in Us own shops, at short
nonce sumeient to iunv aecommouate any
any extra demand, me UBequailed re
sources at the commind of the comoanv
ot the company guarantee the most perfacl
accommodation for all its patrons during
the Centennial Exhibition.
The mairninceni scenery for which the
Pennsylvania Railroad is so iustlv celebra
ted presents to the traveler over its perfect
roadway an ever-cbunclns' panorama ot
river mountain and landscape views une
oualed in America.
The eating stations oa this line are un
auTDaaaed. Steals will be furnished at suit
able hours and an pie time allowed for en
Excursion tickets, at reduced rates.wU I
he sold at all the prineipul railroad ticket
offices in the West, northwest an South
Ida sure that vour tickets read via tbe
Ureat Pennsylvania route to tha Ceaun-
ub. Manager. J en. JWr Aft
Jv1-w7m . , ,
CHARTERED MARCH tl. ItSS
CITY NATIONAL BANK. C AIHO
A. B. B AFFORD. President.
8 8. TATLOB, Vice President.
W. 11 Y.I LOt. Sec' rand Treasurer.
P.W. Babclat, Cbas. Gamsrbh,
r.M. HTOcarua-rs, PaclU. Sea: oh,
II. II. CtJWKlHOHAM. H. L. HALLIOAY,
J. at. FBiLMrs.
INTEREST paid on deposits at the rate ( sit
per cent, per annum, Mareh 1st and Septam
Mr 1st. Intarmt not withdrawn la added imma
Uately to tha principal of tha depoaiu, thereby
riving them compound Interest
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else oan draw it.
Open every business day ffomfla.tn. to I p.m.
ad Saturday evenings for saving depoaiu only
roms toS o'clock.
W. RTSXOF. Trsastrsr.
F Bross, President H. Wells, Cash iT.
P. Neff. Vice Prea't, T. J. Kertb, Asst. ash'r
mm cm m
Oorcer Commercial At, and St StrMt
F. Bross, Cairo. Wm. Rlnm, Cairo.
I. Sell. Cairo. Wm. Wolfe. Cairo.-
! A . Snsanka, Cairo. B.L. Bill ing ley, it. LouU.
E. Hu-ler, Cairo. H. Wells, Cairo.
F. It. Brink man. St. Louis,
J. T. Clcmson, Caledonia.
v 4esiesl Bsakisi BaalsieM Dobs,
k-T'Excbange sold and bought . Interest paid
a the Savings Department. Collections made,
nd all business promptly attended to.
City National Bank
CAPITAL - $100,000
W. P. HAIXIDAY, President.
HENRY L. HALLIDAY, VicePresl.
A. B 8 AFFORD, Cashier,
WA' ' a HYsLOP. Ass't Cashier.
S. Staats Tatlob, R. H. Co-"nOBAii,
II L. Haujoat, W. P. Hau.idat.
Q. D. WlLOJAHtOIC, STXrHBM BlBO,
A B. Saitohd.
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS received and a general banking
F1KE AND LIFE
Policies are issued on the most favor
able terms bv
General lNsmavcr. Agent.
one bus Mounrl sad Hoaeal (Jam
OFri'JS- In the Alexaader County Bank,
Z t CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
The Centaur Liniments aUay
pain, subdue swelling!, heal burns, and will cure
Rheumatism, Spavin, and anv flesh, bone or
muscle aliment Tru. Vt "u" 1 Wrapper is for
family use, tha Yellow Wrapper tor animals.
A list of the Ingredients are contained around
each bottle. 1 hey are cheap, speedy, and oer-
The certain, speedy M0barnj,.,
remedy forohlldren, is Pitcher's Castoria. It Is
as pleasant to take as honey and as certain in iu
effects as Castor Oil. For Wind Colic, Worms
Sour Stomach, and Disordered Bowels, there
nothing like Castoria.
Dealer in Fresh Meal.
Between WaahlnaTton and Oommerola
ATenuea, afijoinln Hajiny's.
KEEP8 for sale tbe best Beef, Park, Mutton
Veal, Lamb, Sausage, Ao.. and Is pr
rsd U arvs families in an aeoebiaitia 111
alAPB OHLV BV
o. yy. HinnonH a now,
Oak Hall Boston Mass.
1 1 embraces all tha best Qualities of tha English
end Frencb suits, and is particularly adapted to
lue reoulrcmenis of iha American hunters. Ills
mads from duck (dead grass shade) .waterproofed
by a patent process, aud particular attention I
given to Uie riveting of all tha jacket corners
and seem Ikstening of all the buttons.
Frio or the suit complete, mciuamar
Coat. Vest, Trouaora, Hat, or Cap and
Scud Postoffioe order. Goods sent C. O. D. if
preferred. To ihs trade wa make liberal dis
count. - -
KlLES FOB VfBAStJBBMSXT-Web. Breast,
In.kls aaaiB ef slaav. Inside aeara of trousers
Sis ol head. Mention height and weight.
Send for circular. Address,
o, smxioNs & son. r
OmM HatL Boston. ass. -"
LI CHIOS DEALER-
R. SMYTH & OO.,
Wholeaale aad Retail Dealers In
WnVKN OF ALL KI1VDN,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MESSRS. SSfrrn ft CO. have eonstantly
a large stock ol tha best goods In the mar
ket, and give especial attention to the w holesale
ranch of the business .
MT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
Orders for Coal bj the oar-load
J,on, or in hogrsheada, for shipment
promptly attended to.
-To large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
noma or year, at uniform rates.
CAIBO CITT eOAL C0WAXT.
rtHal(day Bro.'s -ifflce, No. TO Ohio Levee.
fj-HalHday Bro wharf boat.
EWt Egyptiaa Mills, or
HTAt tha Coal Dump, foot of Tnuty-Elgbtb
El-Post O&oe Drawer, sno.
No SO Ohio Levee.
Evantvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Bhawneetewn, Evans-
viue, isouisviue, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
The elegant side-wheel steamer
VAI.TKB B. PlNNlVGTON-. ,.MkAt4r
Jharlbs Pbmkimgto!c Clerk
Will leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY at 6
o'clock P. D).
The fleet steamer
leaves Cairo every SATURDAY.
Each boat makea close connections at Cairo
with Arse-class steamers for el LouU, Mem-
.ki. . V tl . mwtii - V..a.in. with
uu.v uij .vw va.nuis, .uu m a.m.w.m.v ot.m.
Ih E. A C. K. R. for all point North and East,
and with the Louisville Mail Steamers fo kail
points on the Upper Ohio, giving through re
ceipts en fieighls and passengers to all points
For urtber information apply to
SOL. SILVER, Passenger Agent.
UAIXIDAYBKOS., I Amui,
J. M. PHILLIPS, ' I "
Or to O. J. URAMMER,
Superintendent and General Freight Agent,
37 M Place, LOUISVILLE, KY.,
A ivfulaii- rl04tt svsvtt leftJIr qualiftsjd shavii a4 kao
BBjMi sissosisfiil. svs tkbt wmuce Ui rw.
SyorsMtorrlse and lanpotamcy,
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