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CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
V. W. X'VafVTT OO.,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Hulletin BuUdlnaT, Car. Twelfth Stree
tfcouutv and UnUroadWork a 8p-riallv
CilRO FOf TOFFICB.
)kicr Hut ua Fro.rr 7:30 a.m. to i:,10
p.tn., Miinlay from 7to9a.ui. Money
t )i d.-r 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
m. r n
d:3" J Illinois Central R II
I l:3ii J Mia. Central II U
M Oil Cairo A V i uremic
to ii Cairo, irkuiiM I
) Ta U R Dallv.
I H UH j Old iver Route I
IPaily eic't Monday
( Mm Hiver Hi mIi' i
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Down.lu.lhn Sat S
Frhlay A Saturday
Q. W. McKbaki. P. U.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TRAM'S lkats caiko
freight at m.
.-.11:' p. ni Daily
p. in.-.. "
, 4:00k. ui...Lxnrpt Sunday
.. 4 ;,) p tu ... " "
Ajtanm At CAIRO
l:4a. m Daily
.......... S;Oop. an... Except Sunday
7i , p m... " Puoilay
Hi m... " Hunday
JAMES JOHNSON. Agent.
ST. LOUlS.IRON MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
lT-re Warm Cairn daily "0 p. m.
iipre. u trivet at Cairo daily 4 :'?. ni .
A-'-ii,U'odation lexwt mm daily . 2.(Ki m.
iwnsn j'Utl'a irrnr daily (except
Mindavi ll:"ia. Ml.
CAIKO & ST. LOUIS R. R
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
'We Have Come to Stay!"
ivi-. i rain, oi una i nrnpany conne.-t at el
1. I.i... i end F.estM. Louis, with all othir
i.e to the ortli, I et antl HmI,
. r. r ai M . Iajui
!kt Eat a(. liiit
uiv at Cairo..
Vi a in
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I. I. HIN'f Kt- V, D-ral Nii!rintri1'M
t . A V1 1 . ml l'illiT Afrllt.
M . II . MAI f AKI.AN II. Anit.
( .'JAIR0 & VINCENNES R. R.
61 Miles the Shortest Route
47 Miles the Shortest to
x:7!f., :!:':i:'t: waw.:
AND WASHINGTON .
34 Miles the Shortest to
Ifepi, fi3:de;jliii Kst M
HIX HOURS SAVED
t u ra in i ' '
ALL UTIIKK K0AHS
VIR Tit MV OK
Making Same Connections,
Pasaewrern by other route to malu
Connactlona must ride all mifht wait
.or from One to Six Hour at
) araall country atationa for
traiFB of connectinir roaaa.
Ilemembor that fact and take our
5:00 a. in. Train,. reaching
Pa.aaaiVa faJi'a aaV W'r' Lfi'"''?'!!!
Trains . -live and arrive at Cairo, ui follows:
Mail 'jcavm - :'0 a. ra
livl " .:3'. m.
Mail anivci 10:(J p. IU.
. Mixt-t " ; a. in.
IhrUK i it Bi; cliei-k to nil impurtaiit
f. A. MILLER, H. L. MORRILL,
u-n' I'ix.Ai'I. General Sup
4. L. B IHL'UCU.
U. SMYTH & CO.,
W huleaalc anl Ketuli Uealer in
u im:h or aim, kimis,
No. 00 Ohio Lovee,
MKSKf. PMtTH A CO. hava JonaWnUy
a larire suok ot the btt roods in lUc mar.
ket, and K'T! especial atUnllou to I he uuuleeala
ranon oi Tne onwinnwH
Kstate ol Josepll 1'. Cameron, deceased.
Ttie undtrsigoeu, uaviog heen appointed
admiuis ratrix of the entate or .toseph 1.
Cameron, late of the county of Alexander
aud Stats ot Illinois, deceased, hereby
Kives notice that sue will appear before
fc the county court of Alexander county, at
' the court house in Cairo at the May term,
on the third Moudsy iu May next, at which
time all persons having claims against said
estate are notilied and requested to attend
for the purpose ot Laving the tame ad
justed. All persons indepted to said es
tate are requested to make immediate pay
s . want to the undersigned.
Dated, this Itfib day ot March, A. U.,
187T. MAKU AHET C'AMEHON, Adm'x.
March 8'i-w lit
Rarli week lo Airrn'r.O'Mnlpf lplp. lCftft
UllllloUluNlf'cl I. I ,-llllt 11 1'l Pi-1. 1 ill-llculj.-lltt.
J .W ol lli AC SI J
t ' ., 1 "
11 til! 11 11a
, Vk I
HYACINTHE AT HOME.
A Moflrl of llapiiit PrnliltnlMrr
by a tt-l tiC ir l)an la nat
Prophrl rbilnaorhrr, Ha-t r Ka
lannrr, be la nn Orntar.
London U'wld: A little Kar'l1'" t ):
rait' llie house from the street, imJ Uie
atrwt i a new one. It is one of tlione
lor whii.'h room Iiim heeu inadi' on one
Mile ot the town by (he deMruution of the
celebrated ramparts, ami it one to
which the pedantic lenevefe have jiv-n
urn name or tne i;ue iii'o .ranag I'iilo
Ophen. Though the (ihlloiophrrs were
great, the houne here Hre small, an.l this
woo, with ita clu.'U.Tinjr Viririniun
creeiK.-r. has a niOLlt'-t Irnik. The door of
the premier U vpeneil by the little maid,
who answifithe 'tnatJan erectiyn." amiJ
as you niter the talun a tail handsome
woman holds out her hand to you
with a peculiarly pleaunt welcome.
"Yu have come to -f-e the fere Hya
cintiieralie a-k. You answer, "Yet;"
and a you answer you are aware that
you semi your hostem closely. Vou can
not help dolnjj o, lor her position is so
unique, and ehe seems to lulllll its re
(ulrennnts. She i now in middle
lif', but xhe has jfreat energy and hope
fulness, and her rijrure and attitudes are
curiously typieal tit the chanze which
slie ha introduced Into the househohl of
a man holding the orders of the Latin
church; she looks essentially a woman
and a mother.
In the nu aiitiineslie had been liattnirj
to wimt you have to say of your trianu.
ii.1.i.,.MI,1itu.n..i...i I. .....i....
. .. i. ... "... ..i ... .... I
i r-.V V.. ""'wr. "i.ei uie til
tins bits i iuu air: iirir,
and flie di
ow the door behind you opens und
it admits i'rre llyaciutiie. The liijhi
strikes on his eyes as he enters, 'i'ney
arc wi ak, so he drops them. J hey at e
neiir-sihted, r.nd he does not therefore
move straight up to you; he stoops and
walks Mill us it Ins loose, iiicovemeut
I rock were iu hi way; aud iroui all thee
tritle- you leel a paiuiul Want ot frank
ne's lu hi" manner. Uut the manner
is simjile, not unctuous and not (Jinur
sive. Vou allude to tlie deanery of
Westminster, where your last lucviinsr
took place, and instaiilly the lieavv pre-
ocupied lace liht ns.
Alter ten nuniites conversation t'ere
llyacuithe Loyson says : "But you have
ot yet seen tne household ot a Catholic
prie-t ;. ana he suggests to "a chtrt
E'li'di'"' that she should eo lor their sod.
i'he boy Is beautiful, lie has the clus
tering curls, the great eye, the sweet
moutli and the rapt seriouMicss ol the
cherub in the Madonna del .San Si-t.
lie is also quiet and obedient, and so sub
sides into play hear the window while
the talk "! on.
The 1'ere llyaciutiie does riot stu-ak ill
of any one. He know that Louis
Yemliot hok! him up. to the reprobation
of chrlaUMidoin as "'ic" but suth
hard worJs do not aflcct linn. Of hitn-
eif he does not willingly speak much.
Once he does so. wiih a hall-ironical
shrug of the shoulders. "I know very
little-" he says, "nothing but a little
to ay that I knnwWvery id." t ertainly
the i'ere llyaciutiie is not a learned man,
irf is nut a well-intornicu man anu neeu-
le-s to say that he is not a inun oi me
world. He could not be, lor he lias teen
a seminarist, a priest, a monk and a re
cluse. Th son of a professor at Orleans,
the bl U I hat flows in Iu- veins
COUK'4 iroui a l.reioii souiec. licmr mc
distinctly t eltic.turn ot hu gemu.
Atone time, when he had ju-t resigned
his post as " at- utitfrt, lie appeaieu
to be dlilteartened, and to regret his ec
centric career must imperil the happi
ness ot a woman and the future oi a
child. Those of his lriends conuoieu
with him who had always thought in u
marriage proof of wealkess. a blot upon
a career intended tor nobl. r lsues. lie
himself alwavs speaks ot hi marriage as
a protest against the unnatural loveliness
or the lax morality of a celibate clergy.
Those who know him best believe that
his union has been a fortunate thing tor
him. He is near-sighted: no
. . ,t..r.r. I...
is more man u iuu" u ,
works slowly, and he can write anu speaia
in no language but his own. His wite is
his secretary, bhe is the medium lor tho
holy wrath ot Strossmayer, for the plans
of Keinkcns, for the optimism of Stanley,
tor the Anglo-Calholicism ol Liddon, (or
the sensibilities of English ladies, and
tor the sympathies of Dutch Janscnists.
In a word, she tacilitates his intcrsourse
with the hundreds ot men, women and
priests, who apply to the Tero Hyacin
the and consider him as a guide in their
search alter i meilleure dea tylLses,
The study of the pere is open, and he
invites you to viit it. A large crucifix
hanoa on tho wall, and there, too. is the
knotted discipline which is used when
he was a Carmelite friar. The desk, the
floor, perhaps, also the bed, are littered
with books. There are a few new and
recent works, pamphlets of Lavelaye,
and Italian and Americau newspapers
hastily cut ; but of Bossuet and Kosmiul,
what numbers of well-thumbed volumes!
From their pages the I'ere Hyachuhe is
seeking to compile a catechism which
shall be Catholic, but not Tt identlne. In
speaking he grows animated.
The pale, heavy, near-sighted face
loses its heaviness. The mouth, the
pronunciation, the diction, all are
beautiful. This man is born an orator.
His very lips seem to be meant for elo
quent speech. After an hour you leave
the house ol the married priest convinc
ed that if neither prophet, nor philoso
pher, nor poet, nor perhaps retorraer,
I.oyson is a born orator the honest
spokesman of that great need tor liberty
und truth to which he hat given a most
persuasive roice. When exiled from
France, he found in Geneva a not uncon
genial home. The portion was a central
one for him, and he Is yery sensible ot
the kindness he has met with among the
Swiss. But his heart U in France, an d
as be has many influential friends there
his prospects are brightening. He Is at
.owed this winter to lectute in Paris, and
he hopes to be al'owed ultimately to
make his home not lar from the towers
of Notre Dame.
( banrerjr Xollee.
Charlea Thomaa defendant is notifled that on
March 27th, IS'. 7, Kaunie Thomas eoiuolailiant.
died her bill in chancery, in the Alexander
county circuit court, Kute of lllinoia, for di
vorce and that said suit is now pending in said
court: That (hereupon a summons was issued
onto! the clerk's offlce of said court against
yon returnable on the third Monday in May,
177, to a term of taid court then to be holden al
the court hottae in Cairo iu said county and
iiatej Msrch 27, 1S7T,
Jout A. Riivi,
J. C. tsver .complaiosnt'a aoliritor, ( leik
Oa. SaUula XJ-aUAlxve. Coimi T-wlrtK tStzoot ul
CAIRO, ILLlNQia THURSDAY,
i Conmniptlon, that ncourire of htimanit
' ''"'', ol ,,,c htim.ii family, In nil ,
(nnunintlnn. Ilml M-ourire of Immanifv. i.
Ilirrat ilira'l ol the human family, In all civil-
, .ni i uiimrif n .
i I fl contlilrot tliat I am in poii08lin of the
, only ure, infallible rtiiif.lv-now kimaa to
' ihe profraaion for the a!r, poaitive 0f
j lliat iln- ilieaw, and ita iinwflrorna nmcim
ilaan. ii Catarrh, Antlmia, Kroncnitia, brt.
vmia iMitlitr, etc., etc I aia old f'jjrv. I
; livlB a. wile Int. Twenty-etictit yrars et
, rime a biiay practitiourr in flit uvat con
i fiimntioa foxpltala la th oil and nrw world,
lu tiiUKlit mi? the value of prir ninlira ti..o
lxth local ami conntituiioiiKl n the cur" of tlii
i ItrfHt em my of our rare I have foun'l It. Hut
' I am diKrririf(. 1 tarlel aul to ay to thofp
I miUt-rlBit with roiiaumption or any of tlif alio
j iiialadM-, that l,va'llr ne inc. plvlnit symp
toiiw, they ahall 1 put in poaarsiiou! 'f Uilf
Kiat iMwn, wttliout charge, anfl flull luve the
benefit of inyexKi ivnre in thounands of rawi
I i"icc-fu;ly treatcil. r till parth-iilar , dirnv
j lions for pn j. iratlon an 1 e, ami artyirc and
iimirocriona ,r aiiriaful tnsattnetit at vnnr
j w n liome. will 1 r. ive.l l,y you by return
luail, frwj ot rhartcv, by ivMre-inir
I'H JUI1V n. BL KXKI r,
117 J. arrBuu atreet Louiaviile. Ky
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Boom and Board, 3d Floor $2 .00 Per Day
Special Rates by Week or Month
a umiM uumr of terv dealrahle imilt
rooms can be aecure.1 atr-a.ot.aWe : rati-. io7th
.sumriu r month
I tie t. Charlea is the laricrstand beat appoint
ed House in Southern lllinoia, and ia the ltudina
hot, I in Cairo. otwTihian'liiif the "Bed
Jfoi k" reduction in priiv-s, the table will, ai
Usual, be liberally aupplied with the Very W-i
of everythina: that ran I found in market.
r i lie larite nample rooma for commercial trav
elers, on around floor, free of charg-e.
tAH Uafiraiceo! mita convey ed to and Iroa
ttie hotel wttliout rharKe
k. n. i. ;.,
fIXEST I'luk TOHUfO
y AHfc .NO UTIIKK.
fiTut' ll'l4 SALE Br AI.t LKALKhS
IN Pl.l li.
TH! PIONEER TOBACCO CO. BROOKLYN, N.
WONDERFUL STCCESS": 26,000
IKSf ItlfiF.D AXI ILI.CSTRTF.1
cld in 60 .Uy. It heing the oul v coniJ'te lo n
arice work u.'i pugti only ! treatinir ol
the entire history. Krand builJinifS. onderful
"hibiU, eurioiie,rTl.latiUya. etj ; illo.itra
1W.1 iud 1 . i.eajr Uian any other, everybody
wants It. One m w atn-ul c'eareJ tioit h Io':r
wi-ekt. S.tfJ amenta wantfsl. hend ciuicl ly for
proof of above, opinion of officials, clergy an.l
pr-, aaHipie paKes, lull description, ard erira
ten.,, lit lilUI'.H IlliO.S. l'lilw , La Salie
.1. Chicago, III .
H ffSS DHSr.nri,!ui .i.im a..'.ki
a week fei your own town. I emu and
tiouttlt lie,-. II. HALI.L1 A CO.. Purt-
fx era Fine Mixed Card a, wiih name
lO eta., pot-raid. I.. JOM!) A CO.,
Naasau, N. 4 .
"DRUNK ARD "STOP !
r. C. Beers I. H. formerly uf B.xton) has a
harmlenai'iu-e fjr intemperance, w hich ran l
iriien without the know e-lge of the i.ulKnt
Alio one fr the
l'ernunenl cures guaranteed In both. Send
foteviuence. Ak Uruggi-t lor it Ad lreea
liKKitS A CO., rlirniinghsm, Conn
CRe4 77TVeTk k AgDt."l6 Ol'IKIT
JJJ IO V ' I RF.E. y. O. VltKEKY.Au
f it a day at home. Agents
and icrm frrc. 1 Ut K A
ni.tler how alighlly disaliled
rea-ea now paid. A'Jvice and
ciri ultr In-",
ht 1'hila. I'a-
T. -McMichael atty, "T Punsom
AC liXTRA riVi: ARI. no twr, .like,
with name, loci. J. H. HAKIICK,
Maiden l!rids. X. T.
e a e)n I'r duy at home. Jamples wortii !
$3 IO free. SI IXsON A CO., Port-1
land, Maine. !
Oil A DAY. How to make it. something j
Q)1X ,.w Rll.) aalrable. Addrea (.OK. YOSoK
A CO, tth andyjilnutsts.8t. lxuia .Mo.
QAMIXKD crrds with name l'f. sample
3vr 3.:t sump. C. 11. Li SULK V A CO., '
Xassau, N . V.
fr our Local
List of newspapers. ent free on application.
GKO. I". ItOWEI.L A CO.. 41 Park Row New
N I re I a, 111
Chartered by the
State ot Illinois
for the express
luirpose ot giving
nail cases of private, chronic, and urinary di
seaaea in all their complicated forma. It ia well
knowu that Ur.Jamea has alood at the head ot
the profession for the pait ' years. Ase and
exnerienceareall-iiniMirtant. keiiilnsl weak.
neaa, night lonaea by dreams, pimples on the
lace, loot manhood, can positively be curee1
li. lie wanting the moat delicate attention, call
or write. I'leasant borne for patients. A book
F,x the million. Marriage Guide, which tells
yon all about theae diseases--w ho should marry
why not lu cents to pay postage. lr. Jamea
has rooms aud parlor. Vou aee no one but
thedortor Olhoehoiii'8, s a.m. lo 7 p.m. eun
days, 1" to 1-1. All busmeas strictly eonfldeu
tal. - -daw-lv
1 Mrpl.lne hihit fthanluMy
nli V "'ifitl Vtv .(! tin ruLiilritv
e e i c-v
L4 i 1 I r (... l4u art JJi.Caii-
Kstate of James fiarlaod, deceased,
J lie uuderaiuned, having been ai-oointed ex
ecutors of the estate of Jamea liarland. late of
the county ol Alexander aud stale of lllinoia
deceased, hereby give notice that they w ill ap
pear before the county court of said county, at
I ne court noutie in miuo ai in April leriu, ou
the third Monday ia A Bi ll neat, at which time
all persons having claims against aald estate
are notified and requested to attend (or (he pur
pose of having the same adjusted. All per
sona indebted to said estate are if.UeUl to
make immediate paymeut lo (be undersigned.
Hated lln JOlh day of reb. Is77,
AuKtuCoaiiKU and F. M. bTosFi.r.Tti,
lint it will cum yiMikMta.u4 and .4 u
fwr. to i
and .U ,ui7 aats )-
at. lwsAaariii,Pub:,C.. Leaia U
THE WASHINGTON CITY ROUTE"
It OHIO I I
THE SHORTEST. QUICKEST
ONLY DIRECT ROUTE
Willi direct Connection" tor
FHiiAflsiim ot mi mm,
Travelers desiring a
, PLKASAST and COMFORT.
Should reajember that the
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD
Is celebrated lor Its
Elegant Coaches, tpWu Ud Hotels. fJrand
arid lieautiful Mountain and Valley
Soeneiy, and the manr polnti
. illsiorlcal Interest Along
Fare wiU ALWAYS be as LOW
" as by any other tine.
PULLMAN PALACE CAR
between the I'riucipal
Weatern and Eastern Cities.
For through tickets. Lavage checks,
movement of trains, sleeping car accom
modations, etc., etc., apply at ticket offieet
at all principal points.
NOBTH, SOUTH, EAST or WEST
E. K. Dorse v,
Ati't (,en. 'i icVet Agt.
ThoH. p. Barry,
Weauun Paaa. Art. -
L. M Cole
Cen. I'ii-kei itrt
Thos. K. bharp,
MaMvr ot Tnntp n.
YJL & Surgeon,
ntc iu Winter's Illock, 'corner Seventh and
CommerciHl Avenuu, (entrance on bwentu.
Heaidcul e I hirurenth street, west Ol Washington
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawneetown, Evans
ville, Louisville, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
The f lt-gant side-wheel eteamei
A'aLIIlH u. Penningtox....
Will have Cairo every
'1 he fleet steamer
I d. Iuomas...
Leaves Cairo every 8ATUltI)AY.
bach boat makes close connections at Cairo
with flrat-claaa atcamers for St. Louia, Mem
phis and New Orleans, and at Evansville with
the K. A C. 11. K. lor all points North and fcaat,
and with the Louisville Mail Steamers fotail
points on the Upper Ohio, giving through re
ceipta ou ireighla and passengers to all points
r or urther information apply to
SOL. SlLVKli, l'aaaeuger Agent.
IIAl-LlUAYBKOa., i .,.
O, to U J.GIIAMMKK,
euiK.-nnU n.lfDt and (iucral Freight Agent,
1j-j..'U-1. tvanaville Indiana.
Mod tit; lmdi C:';',;;:
St. Louis, Mo.
niOS. A. RICE, A. V. L. L. B
JAB. BICE, A. X.,
J. U. HUBWOOD,
FULL LIFE SCHOUHSHIP $81 00
CoST Complete, Thorough and
course of Mulv iu the toiled bUk-a a
course indispeusible to every young uiau eiu
Istrkiug ou the sea ol life.
For luiutrttsa CirtuUr,
THOS. A. KICK, A. M-
L. I B.,
APRIL 5 1877.
VARiKTY si ro nr..
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
lit TFB CITY.
Qoodi Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th St. and OommerclaJ At;
C 0. PATTER & CO.
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO lMIVEE,
City KaUonai Bank Building, np-tUiri.
The Oldeat EatabUahe4 Airenoy In. Soutt:
rn lllinoia, repreaentinaT ovsr
165 OOO 000
FIKE AND LIFE
Policie? are issued
able terms bv
on th most favor-
Gf.mkral Inwkkavck Acknt.
I,nf Ptoaual and lfnaf (;om
Mark These Facts.
The Testimony of tiie Whole World.
HOLLOW AY'S PILLS.
"I hml no appetite ; Hollo way's Pills gave me
a heart v one."
'Your Tills are marvelous."
' I aeud lor another box, and keep them In the
' Dr. Holloway has cured my beailache that
"I gave one of your Pills to my babe tor chol
era morbus. The dear lu Ue thing got well in a
My nausea of a morn'ngis now cured '
"Your box of Jloiioway'a Ointment cured me
of noises in the head. 1 rublwd some ol' your
On. Uncut behind the ears, and thenoieel.as lelt."
"Send me two boxes; 1 want one for a poor
"I enclose a dollar: vour price is '!' cents, but
Die medicine tome ia worth adoilur."
sen.l me live boxes ol your 1'ilia.'
Let me have three boxes of your Pills by re
turn mail, for chill and Fever "
1 have over aw such testimonials ast'-ese. but
want of space coil pels me to conclude.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all eruption of the skin, Jt he ointment is
uioil invaluable. It does not heal externally
alone, but penetrates with the luoat searching
effects to the very root ol the evil.
Invariably cure the following diseases
Disorder of the Kidneys.
Iu all dUcases affecting these organs, whether
they secrete too much or too liltie water; or
whether they be anlictea wiui stone or gravel, or
with aches and pains settled in the loins over the
regions ol the kidneys, these Tills should be ta
keu according e the printed directions, aud the
Oiatment should be well rubbed iuto the small ot
the back at bed time. Thia treatment will give
alnioit immediate relief when all other means
For Stomachs Out of Order.
No medicine will so effectually improve the
toue ot the stomach as these Tills; they remove :
all acidity occasioned either by intemperance er
improper met. i uey rvacu u.e uver anu reuuee
it to a healthv action : they ere wonderfully effica
cious in cases of spusm iu tact they never tail in
curing all disorders o. the liver and stomach.
HOLLOWAY ' I'lCt.s are tne neat auown in
the world for the following diseases i Ague,
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