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. H. f)hrM.Y, A. W. fYATT.
OAIKO Cm IlINDERY,
binhkiss ami blank book
MAN U FACTUBfcRR.
BuMftMn Pnilidln. Cor. Twelfth Site
and WMhluicUMi Awunuo,
Tf)unl .! HHilro.lWorh HpcclaltV
tJpucK llnrm h't'Mi ":: a.m. n f:30
i.. in.; Humbiy from "toita.m. Mmu-y
( uli r S:ihi h .'in. to r..(n) p.m.
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I I'd Illinois Central 11 h
10 ill 1 Mint. Central K K
10 00 i Cairo A Vinrenne
10 Mi j Cnlro, Arkansas A
I Te-saa K K IHily.
6 no i Old Vivir Hoiita'
i ltly Mf l Monday
iMim lliver KoMte
l'i, Hun. In. ITri
lii.wn.iu Hi ii Hat
1 1 heliMI llollte
Fri'Uy A Saturday
U. W. McKeam. I. M.
ST. L0UIS.IR0N MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
f t re lear.e Calrmlailr ' fn p. m,
fi.n arrives at I atro ilail,- h hi .
-'runioilti"ii Ifivn I siro daily. Warn.
aWcum 'l:itun arrive daily (exiept
mui KvI II :''. tn.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
T. LOUIS X
PUV. trs1ns of thl4 company connect t ?
k. U .. and ht t. I.oiiIm. with nil other
ie to the sorlii, l.t-nat nurt MfKl.
in.: at t . Louis .
!.vvf rt t. I. uie - n
krnv at Cairo " '"" l'fn
V H . M t.rAi:i..M,
Tklrtari'l Freight Agent, tei'.i.
.1. A. WENT. Ireuiml Passenger Agent.;
.1. AH MX, Agent t UltJ
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
61 Miles the Shortest Route
47 Miles the Shortest to
34 Miles the Shortest to
l tuiu r.n aria
. AND BOSTON.
SIX HOURS SAVED
uVI.lt TIC I N iF
UL OTHER KU.IS
Making Samo Connections,
fMttnKn by other route to make
Connection i unit ride all night wait
ing from One to bix Iloura t
amall country atationa for
train of connecting road.
Rscicmbor that fact and take our
5:03 a. ra. Train,.reaching
.;" fja ! ".( ?'!'
ItmliUM ikif .e UiMteaH beltM(
1 iaiim leave and arrive at Cairo. as follows:
Moil Leave '
Mine J " - . 3". in.
iluilariivr 0:"i i. in.
.xed " v"" ";
IliruJU'i fki anl rlutki ti all important
, MILLER. H. L. MORRIU,
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R. SMYTH & CO.,
W "boleaal ami K tall Dealer in
' WIXY.H OF AI,T, KINDS,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
H ITF.J'MH.'-! CUTTII A I'ft ! ioilT
IVX a larne atock ol Urn boil Khh1 m uw inai
I el, and iriveeupecial attt-ntiuu tolne Imj1ib
I anou oi me uuaiui-jm
DRS. CANINE it WIIITLOCK,
Having entered Into a co-partm-uliip, fr tlie
..iiruiiHM fil liraciiriUK ueuiikiiy, in an i
I .....i,. would m-iuerUullv iniuim tlioie need
niifttie ervioeiof ilenul oirtor, tuat they
r prepartMl to attend to tlieir mU ia every
'l.i'nin i,f l (Ji done in tlie most atilaf
tory wanner. Insertinn artitlcial deulurc, al
waya un a view of restoring-, aa far a prao-
tioable the lost contour aun nuiurui preoiu
'( ue inoitt improved method and material.
Teeth eitiueled absolutely without paiu by
uiniisn troll oxmegus.
xtend an invitation to all, to eall and
Ihcm and olicit a lilieral bhaie of llielr pat
toTiiife WorkK"ranteed. Frine moderate.
ronaKe. " K CAMXE A Willi LUC K,
Commercial avenue, between bin and tnh U
EnKUABruuelt. Tkree riyand lngraiB
Uo. bt r Carpets.v tivci ub.,
C otbn, Oil Cloths, etc ;., very cheap
at the Old 1 lw
ii-i FULTON ST.. NEW YORK
CarpeU. carefully packed
part oi tua v oiieu '-' - -rj-IEND
J , BEND ALL
Mna-iilnr V'micral UfrnimiilH Ittcr
i Rudy or I lilraifo t-S .
(Krom the CMrafco Triliune, 2Hb.)
TIip list InnovnUiiu on cituMishcJ ua-aBtM.-fiirrtMl
5'enfiTilHV alN'rnon ntllm
lnniTiil acrvii't of Ilia Into Mm. .imnio (J.
Mile, Hip wife of (Jen. 1. '. ol
iliirtty. 4 . Stilt-' own Mfulir le
lirf, or tllfln'Ik't, rntlii-r, in rrfmrd to rt?
Imioiis niattt-rs ii well known, anJ.M lth
out Mngtoo pnrtioiilur an tu thn jro
lirlrty of Hie name wkith lias Ih-ch ap
plicil to him, fir lia" ficiipraliy b-en
known a, a totul (littM-lii-vt-r In rev'alcif
ii'ligion ol whatever form orkiml. 'l lirgf:
Mii-WM Mtm. .Siilf Irail di-cply consiJi.TpiJ,
itiil lin:tlly ailopti d, fo tliut it f not
Hiiiiout cmiis( Unit iiwiny looked forward
to aoinc Htrikinjt peenliaritit a in the r-er-over
tlie dead. Nobody was at
all di-appoiiitei. Neither tli-rgy-mun
nor pru-rt otlimtcd. The only in
finiaot Kiicl were ihe ti ll-tale eviiJcncf
ol tyvt ti-d with wei-pinif, an Itvcn these
win. only noti-eabltf at thuca, and pent-rally,
only In those who hud iiot come
to '.hinli ol religion a a mere vain,
-uipty, uslea. wurn-out lorui. The
two parlors in Ueii. btilea' liouse. So.
2j'i Warren avrnue, wire tilled with
kind-hearted IrU-nds w hile the halls were
thronged with those who could not find
room inii.lc. Sympathy mny have
moved them all, and doiibtli n it did,
hut the 8tronfer motive ol curiosity was
alo preM-iit, and not a few w re on the
very tiptoe ol expectation. A table In
the front parlor and a Mill larger
one in the tack parlor were or
namented with beautilul tloral design?.
A piano stood open in the front par
lor ready tor use, as will be ailer
wards seen. fien. Mile cat iu the back
parlor In a lartfe, roomy eaaj-chair.
watching those who came In and now and
then conlerred with some of those around
him in regard to the arrangements, Prom-
icnt among tliose who came to express
their sympathy were .lodge McAllister,
MessM. Murray F. Tuley and John
I-wis, partners of Gen. Stlle, Judge
Wilkinson, Gen. Uutord, J. I). Ward,
nd other. The exercises were to com
mence at 4 o'clock, but there was gome
tlcluv. While waiting. Gen. utiles took
occasion to remark that he should be
ideated to see all present converse freely
ad be as ctieeriui as possmie. j nere
was no general need tor the remark, for
most of the ladies had anticipated its
pirit, and had given the reins to their
toii'Mics. bone ol the old-fashioned
!cupie, however, still clung to the old
manner ol looking solemn umi even tear
ful, lor which no doubt many pitied them
in their inuiu-t hearts, finally every
thing set ined rtady.
OKX. SHI.K aKOSK,
Au l, in a clear voice such as he bus
.ed hundreds ol tiuleH iu appealing to
the iune. ttalil:
Ibis will be unlike most funerals. It
w ill be conducted in a manner to a great
xtent uitkreiit Irom other funeral et
m arraugemeuis i nave uiougni oeut.
Irom w hut 1 have know n to be the views
of mv w ile in respect to it in the case of
her Ui aili or my own, ami irom what i
know to be the" views ol my children, to
- . . . .
bur some deference to public sentiment.
1 have not intended tojgnore entirely the
cuetoms ol the peoide among wiiom i
live. 1 think I owe eoine respect to the
opinions of everybody with whom 1 as
sociate and live, Uioui-u incy uuicr raui-
eallv from in v own. iiiere are some
minus 1 would iiae to spean oi. i uou i
know how far 1 shall be able to control
myself. The tact is, that nature has been
luukiiitr her demands oa me that have
to be responded lo, and she may renew
thi ui beiore 1 get through."
JGen. SitiU then entered unou a short
taUiirraohv ol his departet wife, dwell
ing upon those trait which so eminently
(listimruished tier, acd which were so
stnk Hi v irousrnt to utriit in ineir
rieuceiul. JianDT live". In one place he
L'avo wav to tears. But it was only lor
a second, lie had gone on lo say that
In w ile had at lirst obiecteil to
HIS KNtKKlMi IHIi aKMV.
"We were newly married," said he;
'our honevaioon was not over; indeed,
it never ha been over uutil yesterday.
The recollection of the past was so full ot
meammr to hiul that the tears would
How in spite of ids lortltude. Nature had
renewed Hie demands uik)u mm mat ne
alluded to In the lirst part of ms au
dress, lint it was only a momentary
eflect. and he then, went on as brave as
"It was about the close of the war.
he continued, "or shortly afterwards,
that Mrs. Stiles, w ho had been a member
of the Prcsbvteriuu church, having join
ed it w hen she was a child, not because
of any convictions particularly, but be
eaue it was the habit in that country for
children of religious parentage to Join
the ehurch at an age it was about
this time that she began to consider the
evidence upon which her opinions had
roc' toJ. if I noro vor any. ssnu oucpiue
yery thoughtful upon the subject. Her
iniud was men tending in mat curc-cuon
in which my own had traveled, but
which I seduously kept Irom discussing
with her for tear that sho might be de
veloped its 1 had been developed, liut
we believed In substantially the same
things, and if on her death-bed she had
asked ine to pray, as utterly useless as it
seems to me, 1 would have done so. Her
views in a year or two changed radically,
and it at lirst caused her a great deal ot
uneasiness. More than once 1 thought
ot Uerbert Spencer s remark : o men
tal revolution Is accomplished without
much larcerauon. "
Qen. Stiles then went on to say that
after Mrs. Stiles had passed through that
period ot uneasiness,
HER NKW CONVICTIONS,
Formed in the clear light ot reason, in
stead of troru any undue excitement,
caused her no rain or disquietude what
ever. She could not resist the conclu
sion that as to the beginning and end a
human mind could not kuow nothing
with any degree of certainty. It was
because she had entertained these views,
formed under no spasmodic Influence,
but with her sober, calm judgement,
that he had not called iu the aid of preach'
er or priest, altheugU he should have
had no ejections to calling on a minister
if lie uad happened to be a menu oi airs.
Stiles and himsell, aud had happened to
In once sneaking to her about the pos
sibility of her death, of which she seemed
t i have tome premonition, she bad at
nrii yincea a oe.ire to speak about re
Oe&om. Siallattn. Svttldlnr. Ooraci Twalfth aVttaat aivA
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SUNDAY, APRIL 22 1877.
lialoii, and to have prayer when that
nrni ritotiej iiraw near, mil sue loou
ltei wardrf ald that her tlionuhts at such
a lime would not be a true Indei of her
mind, and Unit It wa only while In a
Male of perfect health that her lodg
ment could tie the tnie one. They 'then
areei to concede to aeh other tt.e
NA(ht of having a minister it either should
desire it. In closing he gave all w ho Me
tired an Invitation to f?o into
the ut room where liis dead
wife Jav. Het" then announced
thitt the next tiling in order vva
Beethoven's moonlight onafa, arranged
lor piano and violoneello, which wai
ably Riven by Miss ieser and I'rol.
Gen Stiles then announced that the ex
arcie from tki point would be ertiidtic
ted by the ladies of the Alliens Nciety.
He again referred to his w lfc'g. philoso
phical reslguatlon when the death unm
m ins came, and said she had died as she
lived, bravely and heroically. Before
taking his seat he read some tender, lov
Injr lines composed by his wile and read
01 the tenth anniversary of their wedding-day.
Mins Richards, of the Athcna'SocIcly,
read a brief eulogy on the character of
their departed friend, the publication of
which iri prevented only from lack of
space. Mrs. F. O. Hall read a portion cf
Mrs. Browning's "be Profundi," and
the exercises closed with the singing of
lleethhoyen's farewell songs by Mrs. K.
U. .ymour, Gen. Stiles' sister. She
was accompanied by Miss Emma Stilce,
also a sifter of the general.
The remains were taken i st evening
to Lodi, HI., where Mn. Stiles' mother
resides, for interment.
FORTY 1 LAU '(trout. THE Pl'BLIC.
DR. C. M?LANFS
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
rPIIE countenance is pale and
1 lcailc:i (olorel, with occasional
flushes, or a cin iiKVicnbeci spot on
one or both flweks ; the eyes become
dull ; th'.-p;ipi!-'li!.r.e; an azure semi
circle runs alo.v,' the lower eye-lid;
the nose is i rritate-1, swells, and some
times Weeds ; a svalling of the upper
lip; occasional hcidiche, with hum
ming, or throbbing of the ears; an
unusual si-cretioa of s.iliva ; slimy or
furred tongue ; bream very foul, par
ticularly in the morning; appetite
variable, sometimes voracious, w ith a
gnawing sensation of the stomach, at
others, entirely "'.Tic; fL-uing pains
in the stomach; occasional nausea
and vomiting; violent ptinsthrough
out the abdomen ; bowvls irregular,
at times cost he ; fe'ools slimy ; not
unfreq'iL-ntly tinned with blood;
belly swuli'.n an 1 h.ird ; urine tur
bid; resni.Mti'i:i o'vaMonallr diffi
cult, and arconij'inie 1 by hiccough;
coun sometiinc-.vivaihi convulsive;
unea-v and distinbcd bleep, with
grinding of the teclli ; temper varia
ble, bu generally uriuble, ccc.
Whenever the above symptoms
ait found to exit,
DR. C. M. TANK'S T.RMIFUGE
Will certainly cfLct a cure.
IT DOES NOT COW I AIM MLRCCRV
n anv form ; it an innocent r-repa
ration, not iafzllc cfth-hthe slight
est Dijury to iuo most ttr.Jcr infant.
The genuine Dk. M'Twe's Vrn-
IFUGE bears the sirrnrrttres of C.
MTane and Pi t u:;.; Vao:. on the
DR. C. R.1.' LANE'S
Tlie?3 Pills nro not recommeuded
ua a remedy l"r "ul tho ills that
fleslt is heir to, but in rtileetions of
the Liver, aud m a 1 Biliou-' Com
plaints, vpoiwia rnd Ki k Head
aclie, or dis.Mo.s of that character,
tuev etand with jut a rival.
ague a:; i) rnvr.i:,
No better cathartic c:ui Ihj used
preparatory to, or alter taking Qui
nine. A3 ft fimp! purgiiiivc tlioy are
BEWinn OF 15HTATIOX9.
are never sugar
Tac li box lias a red wax val oil
the lid, with the imj.ivsion
MVLasE'd Tiveu 1'ilia
Each wrapper bears the blguat uiv:i
of O. MVL-VNUand Fm:mi..s JJiuh.
Sold by all respectable drugisU
and country torckci ici 3 eiii rally.
37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY.,
A MfmUr1r HuciatoS 4 leallf qualifl.i.1 i hjrakim in 6
VcMiUiMMiWlu, bu pra.uo U riv.
Spermatorrhea and Impoioucy.
mm tav twuii fJ eiT-Duw tn jouiu, uviui wm iu n a-
k-WlDtf etlfr'ta; Kerwiulle, H..tuiUul t R.U-t'i-, al-flit iuis
V'tii t' -irmtU), UlUiMrwJ tlMtil, Dtfctiy li.-ijiwy. I'lty.
l'inifion of i leal, I.ii of tviuM l l'liva-r. tic,, iv d nun
Maria(4 iwpropcr or uu) i'rr , r Uioroubtv 1 rtuc
BBUy currtl. SYPHlf TC ik-il "h ionil audeu-
STir' (nusiuu a.tcm; Oonorrhea.
GLEET, H.Tioiur., U.cd.itU. Htm." (Jf h I "t"t?
fil ui .-lU- r i-riv-au iii.M,4-a nut. il cuissi
U U s?tr-vi4eBl irtt yaic4u wfan fr pi. htl fier1a
U ataruio claat of dtec. ui trvaliu Irt.nis-indi ttiibu
miij. ft-NuiretsP ftiUi. ri.a lva Uouig iLu Uoi irfuu
wauiuw U Utf 0rSJ, itW K V 1 His9U VtjaaW ill I
vitil ih ok fox irtui.t, aiadU ttM ca W a! witaui
mmm tiftlf bt auait m a-MuraTau .i.i.i
Cares GnarauUed In all Caee
toniutmis iHrjaon-aHv r b? Wu r 4 larttM.
v uaigiw w-iafcuitanw tsa gwiyoiiria rtitotly gtsiiu-atuUsU,
Of am pft0, Ma tfi f tfUrtM, terarclv avalod, fur latarty
y"' wv. riwam vr rai uj m. ci'irsj u KOtav
Usvm itonn uom v a. m. o r. . wuiaii. i m i r. m
Fiaraataei aatas enr We
uia. i a Btuaia
afttnia. aar bona
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
AND C ANDES
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City national Balk Building, vp-i'.alri.
7h OldaatFatabllahad Avanoy In Bout 3
ra tuiogu, repraaanitiiaT cvoi
f65 O0O 000
The Southern Hotel turned own, and
yet how many peot'le earrv their own
risk. Go at once to Henry Velln, lleneral
A cent, and have your property insured at
i'flie loss of
In tliis tcrrinlo St. Loji fire was great.
Obtain a Lite Insurance Policy at once,
ince one-tenth of all tbe deaths in the
l uited States is the result of accident.
1 his is no
fctory put forth for the occasion, liut is
taken Irom tabular utatement. the reliabil
ity of which can not be impeached.
Britiah America, Aaaets $1,130,000
nuuviue Mutual, . 1,440 000
Union, of Pbila. - - 360.000
Firemen of Dayton ' - 420 OOO
New Encrland Lutual Life. 37.7O0.O0O
Illiaoia S&aaon'a Benevolent boclety
General Ixslkaxce Agent.
5ione bnt Ronuil and Hnneat tVom-
OFt'lCE-Iii the Alexonler CouotyBttiik.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, I869i
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. 8AFTORD, President.
8 8. TAVLOK, Vice President.
W. Hl'SEOP. Sec'y and Treadiuet.
P.W. Barclay, Cbas Galiohir,
f. M. SToosjLETn, Paul G . Scnru.
R. H. CCH.HLMOHAJ. 11. L. Uallidat,
J. il. f HILLQ-i.
TNTEREST paid on deposits at the rate of sis
.percent, per annum, March 1st and geptem-
wrisi. inwresi not wiinarawn i added imme
liately to the principal of the deposits, tbervby
ivinx them compound interest
Harried Women and Children may
jjepoBii money ana no one
else can draw it.
Open every business dav fromna.m. In S n m
ai Saturday evenings for savings deposits only
roin 6 to 8 o'clock.
W. HT8LOP. Treaaarer.
Kcfl, Vice Pres't.
H. VV.Us, Cashier.
T. J. Kerth, Asst. afih'r
Corner Commercial Ave. and 8t 6trt
K. Bross, Cairo. Wm. KltiRe, Cairo.
err, iain. wm. Wolfe, Cairo.
Sununka, Cairo. K. I.. Itillina-sley, l. Iui
liu.lir, Cairo. U. Wells, Cairo!
r. It. llrinkman, St. Louis,
J. Y . Cliuuton, Caledonia.
V Ucuernl Banking- Bnalneaa none
tfrExrhange sold and bonirht fntoreat nald
n the geviuir Department. L'nlWiinm mule.
nil all busiuos promptly attended to.
City National Bank
CAPITA! - - $100,000
W. P 11 ALU DAY, President.
HENRY L. H ALU DAY, Vice Prist.
A. II. HAKFOKl), Cashier.
WAI ' K U1SI.OP, AsB'tCaahier.
S. Ptaats Tatix)b, R. II- Co ihoram.
H L. flALLlOAV, W. P. Ualmdat,
U. D. VVlLMAJISOIl, BTTPHIN lllHO,
A U. SArruHo.
Exchange, Com and United States
Bonds nought ana Bold.
pvEPOSlTS roceived and a general banklnj
X UUMlUCfi UVJir .
oud Frnu kiln
l hartered bv the
bum of llliooi
for the exprua
aurpo ol Kiving
nail cases of private, rhreulf, no uiinarydi
uaaes in all their complicated forms. It Is well
knowa that Dr. Jams ha stood at the head oi
the aroteasloa for the pt SO year. A ft ,nd
all-imuorniut Neinlnal A (ak.
steaa, night losses by dream, pimples on the
fM. lout manhood, can positively t euieed
Ladie wauling the nio.t delicate attention, call
.... eiwu.ihnnu for oatienla. i W.k
Iter the million. Marriage tiuide. which uju
vau all about these die ho Should uiarrt
why not lu eeuu to pay postage. Ds. Jaime
haaito rooms aud parlor. iou seeooouebul
thedoetor Offlcebours, s m. u ip.sn. Hub
day, 10 to M. All buiins Slrietly eoaSden
at. " -Ms wit
Dealer in Fresh Meal
Between Waahlnrtoa and .Oommarola
Avanuaa, adjoining' Hanny'a.
TTT.rvn for a1 the Nwt Bwf. Pork
XV Veal, lmh, bauaajr!, An., and
it rrwn famillM In an awotni Tti.' 'if
a. i fitkw
FrX& FOB Bit
FTTEfiT Mua-TonACf O
hrW. AK V Oil IT.
MCI m mu
Hit PtONEEII T01ACC0 CO. BROOKLVI. M. '
-WONDEBSVL. at7CCE33 1 25,000
DESCRIBED AND ILIX3TE VTED
Sold In f ilr. ft lieiog theoulr complete lo n
iric work (.;u only 2.tfl), treating or
the entire history, araml buildings, wonderful
exhibits, ruriomtien, great day. et). illustra
tied. and 11 cheaper than any other, everybody
want it. One new opent cleared f PO in four
week. .1,0"U agent w ante-1. Send gnlckly lor
proof of abnTt, epinions of ofliciala, clergy and
pre, sample patei, lull description, anil extra
terms. Ht Ultt.KlJ UKOH. Fulis., 84 La Salle
sc. Chicago, 111 .
V new are of falsely claimed official
tl and worthies sooks. fend tor proof.
Crr a week to your own town
VJVI oucui iree.
11. II YLI.LT A CO., Port
A C Extra Fine) Mixed Oarda, with name
aW lUCtl., (Knipanl. L. JCI.U & LO.,
Nassau, N. Y.
C. C. Deers, M. I), (formerly of Boston) ha a
barmlecui for intemperance, which can be
Kiven without the knowledge of the vaticut.
Alto one fr the
Permanent cures iruaranteed In both. Pen J
forevelence. Ak dniKgi't for it. Adilre
KEEKSft Co., Hirmingham, Conn.
fc TA 77 Week tn Ag.m. IIOOfTflT
1"'Ki.t, A". O. VIC'
at linra. Aaents wanted. Outfit
!. and ccrmt free.
TUCK 4 CO., AugusU,
BPtf?tV No matter how slightly disable.!
i Mi'SiVi'D Incresses now- paid. Advice and
circtilir lree. I . Jlc Michael, atty, 1 sunsom
st. I'hila. Pa.
OK EXTRA ft S K 4 AKI., no t
with name, lOrte. J. Ii. tl S
Alaiilen nriase, .
41 t?n ixr day at home. Samples worth
9J TO Ui(M, S1I.NSO.N 4 CO., Port
Ol 1 A DAY. How to maae it.
CPXA new aud saleable. Addrets COK.
ft CO. )th and W alnut u. S I Louis Mo.
OA MIXED r
with name 1 '.. Sample
"v fur .let stanip. C. II. LINDLET A CO.,
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List of new spapers. Sent free on application.
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STE A M HO A I N.
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam. Packet Co.,
Padncah, Sbawneetown, Evan a
vuio, laoiusviue, uinoinnati
and all way landings.
The elegant side-wheel steamer
A'ai.txh B. Px-MncoT0f ..Masb-r
.'IIAICLK l'XNMUIQTOK .....Clerk
Will leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY at 6
o'clock p. ni.
Tbe fleet steamer
leaves Cairo every SATURDAY.
1 neb boat nuckes close connections at Cairo
with firm-class steamer for St. Louis. Slem-
pliin and New Orleans, and at Evansville with
I tin K. ft C. 11. It. for all iioinU .Norta aud t-twl.
and with tbe Imisvillu Mail 8u.-aiuer fot.all
point ou the Upper Ohio, girma Uiroilgn ro-
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ior urtuer inrorreation appiy to
JAMES liHiGS, Passenger Agent.
11AT.IJDA Y BROS., J ABtu
J. M. PHILLIPS, tAK-n.
nm tl. J. UUAMMER.
juriuteudent and Gvneral Fnught Agent,
mum lliw iuuhiwi
O'CALLAIIAN & HALL,
Hoofing and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Rootling a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Rods, Pumps, Stores
JJoaalaa- FraaaPtlr Dasta.
ay fBsfaa avi sm. ajBMajBMiaa ajiitBiUvv lUciuifl kliu Ofl
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'THE WASHINGTON CITY ROUTE"
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With direct Connectloni for
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Should remember that the
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD
;is celebrated for Its
Elegant Coaches, Splen lid Hotels Oraml
and licautiful SJountain and Valley
SceDeiy, and the many point
llistoricul lutereot Alocif
Fars wiU ALWAYS teas LOW
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Ay but wait, good wile, a tuiuute.
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Io you kuow what to day is?
-Mother, 'tis our wediliug dayl
Just as now, we sat at supper
when the guest had gone away;
You tat that side. I sat this side,
forty years ago to-day I
Then what plans W laid together;
W hat brave things 1 meant to do !
Could we dream to-day would flud lis
At this table me and you?
Better so, no doubt and yet I
Sometime think I rannot tell
Had our boy ah, yes ! 1 know, dear;
Yes, tie doeth all things well.
Well we've had our joy ami sorrows,
Slutredour tmile as well as tears;
And the best of all-I've had your
Iraithlul love for forty, year I
Poor we've been, but not fornuken :
Oriel we've knowu, but never slianie
Father fur Thy enidess mercies
Mill we bless Thy Holy nam)
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MT. CARBON(Blg Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the oar-load
t,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
9To large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
.month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY VOAX COMTAXT.
If Halllday Bro.'a office, No. "0 Ohio Levee.
ITHalfiday Bro wharfboat.
7-At Kryntlan Mill, or
tlAt the Coal Dump, foot Of Thirty-Eighth
t f Post Offlce Drawer, .mo.
St. Charles Hotel,
tEiit; mm to suit ihs ikes
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2 50 per Day.
fioom and Board, 3d Floor $3 . 00 Per Say
Spaotal Rata by Waak ar Montli
A limited number of very desirable family
room can lie secured at reasonable rates lor the
The St. Charles is the largest and best appoint
ed House In Southern Illinois, and is the leadina
hotel in Cairo. Notwithstanding the "Bed
Rock" reduction in urices. the table will, a
usual, be liberally supplied with the very be;
of everything that can be found in market.
Fine large sample room for commercial trav
elers . on ground floor, freeof charge.
Ci All tiagguKeorgu.t conveyed to and Iroat
tbe hotel without charge.
4-16-tf Proline tor.
Permanently cured no humbuir by one
month's usage of Dr. Uoulard's Celebrat
ed Kit 1'owdcrs. To convince sufferers
that these powders will do all we slaiia for
them, we will tend them by mail, post
paid, a free trial box. As Dr. Ooulard is
the only physician that has ever made this
ihsoat-e a special study, and as to our
knowledge tbousaud have been perma
nently cured by tho use of these powders,
we will gaarantce a permanent cure la
every ce. or rctutid you all money ex
pended. All sufferers tliould give these
1'owclers an early trial, and b convinced
of their curative powers.
Price, for larire box, $3, or 4 boxes for
10, sent by mail to nny part of United
?tatosor'iinftcla on receipt of price, or by
exprerti, C. O.D. Address,
SCO Fulton Street, Brooklyn, , Y.
AU sufferers irom thU dinease that are
anxious to be cured Bbould try Dr. KieTt
ner's Celebrated Consumptive l'owders.
These powders are the only preparation
known that willcure Consumption and all
diseases of the throat and lnntri- Indeed,
so strong is ourfaiih in tht-ui, nhd alto to
i-onvinco you that ihry are no humhup, we
will forward to every mfitrer, by mail
postpaid, a free trial box.
W e don't want your money until you ai e
rerfoetly satisfied oi their curative powers,
f you life is wc i in savinp;, don't delay In
giving tliesc powners a trial, as they wii
hurely cure you.
l'rlce, lor large box, tX sent to rny pari
of the United States or Canada by mail on
receipt of price. Adiiren,
ASH it BOBBINS,
Si'iO Fulton Street, lirwoklu, N. Y.
For restoring Cray Hair lo
its natural Vitality and Color.
which H fit
ing the hnir.
x Failed or gray
rc?J'OT restored to its
orioinal color, with the (loss and
freshness of youth. Thin hair Is
'. hickenecl, falling lialt checked, and
baldness often, though not always,
cured by its n o. Nothing can ic-f-tore
the hair where the follicles are
destroyed, or the glands atrophied
mid decayed. Hut biich as remain
cuu bo saved for usefulness by this
Application. Instead of fouling tho
hair with a pasty sediment, it will
keep it clean and vigorous. Its
occasional use will prevent tho hair
from turning, gray or falling off,
and consequently prevent baldness.
Free from those delctvriom sub
stances which malio eomo prepara
tions dangerous and injurious to
the hair, the Vigor can only benefit
but not harm it. If wanted merely
for a '
nothing else can bo found desir
nhli. t'ontainhiLr neither oil nor
dye, it does not Roil whito cam
bric, and yet lasts long ou the hair,
giving it a rich glossy lustre oml u
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Urn.,
' JYmMm!j4 JmmtptUmt CAit. .
solo by all DarooisTS vYwaaaa.