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CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
A.. "W. rYATT J OO,,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Bulldlnsr, Cor. Twelfth Stree
Oms, Sa.lltla. 33ia.Li41i3.sj, Ctmil T-wlfti. stt
t a&l rausblxac'toa& JTmxi.'a.m.
ana Wuuomon atdu,
lTCountr and KallroadWerk Specially
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY, MAY 2 1877.
lime Hot'R Krom 7:10 a.in. 1o C:TO
r. in.; .Sunday from 7 toil a.m. Money
Order 8:00 a.m. to C:U0 p.m.
.11:80 J Illinois Central H H (
H):oo Daily. I
1:3U I Miss. Central H K I
10:01) (Cairo A Vinrcnnml
I KU-Dnlly. t
10:011 j Cairo, Arkansas A t
i Tntl It It Daily (
Oht Hmr lloule
I Daily rxr.'t Monday
, Miss Itiver lloHte J
l'i, Nun. Tu. Kri.
' Dowrn.i ii 'Mill Sat '
i Thels-a Holite I
Friday A SaUirday
1. W. McKitl'i. I. M.
ST. LOUIS.IRON MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R.R.T......
Express leave C'airodaily '2 -'ii p. m.
: press arrive at Cairn dully... i:f. in.
A ..'oriiiitodation leaves la in daily. ..'4 .00 a. m.
A virii'jil.ifi'.n arrive daily (except
.Vl.eiiv) ll:""a. ni.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
pitr, train of thin company rnneet at Bt
Llx.M aii'l Kunt-t. I. ..mi, with all other
xe to tlic .North, I oast mid nnt.
TIME fi IIF.UCLE
arrire at -t . Iutiia..
:Vi a . m
Ea't St I. ui :!'. in.
trriv at Cairo '"p.m.
W II. M Altl.AND,
lii'k'tari'l rr'-ight Airent. t airo.
.1. A. WEM't General Pas.naTT Ag-nt ;
J. Ahl.LL, Agent at Cairo
CAIRO &. VTNCENNES R. R.
61 Miles the Shortest Route
47 Miles the Shortest to
hot., oea:i mini
34 Miles the Shortest to
biimp'i, fUiie'pli S.w York
SIX HOURS SAVED
iiVIlt TIltl.N OF
ALL OTIILll ROADS
Making Sarao Connections,
passengers by other routes to make
Connections must ride all night wait
inir from One to bix Uoura at
imiil country station for
trains of connecting roads-
RDOcmborthat fact and tako our
5:03 a. m. Train,.rcaching
Eti::t:11?, !:iii:!;:lis. C;:c::::tilLo:i:7;ll5
Tiains leave an 1 arrive at ('airo. n follows :
Mail leaves R--0
Mtttl " " ;"I- "J-
il.nl art: vtn 1J:'" P- ".
',xe.i " ";'
Ilirou'.i P k"U an I check to all important
. A. MILLER, H. L. MORRILL,
Gen' I'unS.Ag't. General Sup
L. Ii. HIKUI.
i nn n :. mi.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wbolwale and lUUil iJualera in
No. 60 Ohio Lovoe,
-K.R PMVT1I A CO. have :omUotlT
iVL s larire sUif.k it Hie lieet kooiU iii Hie iiiar-
!, and give UBiierml atltmtiou touie nuuieaaia
anoh 01 lue uuninuaa
DRS. CANINE & WIIITLOCK,
Having enitrel into a co-pavtutriliiii, f r the
iiuriiost) practir.iiix .leiiu.lry. in all it
l....n.li..rf. wiiiil.i reniHfi'f lullv inform th'9 lli'd-
mar tiie anvicca ol' Ur. Ul .JiTlur , that tlicy
n iireparea to attt-iia to tlii'i wuiiU in eviT)
rirsiH'l i .
1 lie lillinif "I" Utli douu in tlie most tattlluc
lory miiuuer. lu-.n-tinir srtilluial Ut nturta, ill
... u-iili a vifw nt n.tnriliif. ua lur us urji
tirulilc.ttie loiit ftinlour an I iiulurul xnniun
I ill! i.r.kV.'il I(i..IIiiii1m mill ni ulfr iulil
JI III" lil'. -.-. .
Teeth utraulfl uhiolutcly without )sia ly
mint: nitron pvide ga.
'lhy eatend an invitution to all, to call and
them and solicit a lilieral slcire Of their pat
..iiai;e. WorkBUdMUieiHl. 1'riivs moilerut.
o Comnterciu! aveuue. U'twen eih aud '.'th M
An Ptu-lffttod WutV f7
w - - - - 7 . rir'' "U-v uu ius "'-- -g
I I I n P Of Cm MKUsU ffVata-IU, lU ftbd i.
U truly U.ii-y iK U,. u..mra rr .w--. - r"iaTfl
r ii. u. usrru-a rr.awuM. ,1
ijl. V-ed slwuUl roul Si4 Pn-f'v,.Vl
iuniatioa. whi.Ji i""" eaa suum
outiou how lo pn-rv the hilth, ana w,u!iu2l
tii'y Uus ManK GuiJ. lu Utm wurlO. roc WfVst
ail -a any uf tlx i.ble. u insBtiuu.si lu hi. asVaWal
MEETING THE DEVIL.
An I nKlloliiiiaM's HrmirkablK Wnlk
I nilrr tli lattlnriire ( itrllplosiM
Krotu tbo LomJon Telegraph.
At tlio t xbri'le petly aenflona, .lames
Kiiokc, 61, Orivrltie'l a. a tailor, llvlox at
No. 1, I iV' t rorth utreet, Caledonian
ro.id, Ulitiijloii, was charged with I.eiDif
I ur.l w atnltirinr.i niflciinx f'oiu religions
mania, and not ltinif under proiicr tdii
irol. About midnight on Himd:iy, Police
onuUldo Kichard Milton, lijl , wan on
uuiy si uiiun'iion heath, and aw tlio
pri-oiitr walkiiiK toward London In nude
stats, lie Rtoppud hi in and took liim hack
to Uxbridgs, u oiklaoce of tra mile.. At
the police station the prisoner told tbo of
ficer on duty that be was released from
Colney Hatch a-jluin about a fortnight
l.reiusly, and ilnit on Sunday be re
solved upon attending a m!tion mtMinf
tKxftef. flc walked from Ixindon as fur
is (icrrard's rroa, and was there met l,y
th devil. The devil looked into bis eyes
tonceif be was the rik'bt man, an; be
fprlsoijiTj thfcti remembered that he bad
somelhiiij; to confess. lie bad, however,
forgotten the words be should repeat, and
the only way In which be thouirht he eould
free himscll from the evil one wis by
walkl.ii backward lor s mile naked, lie
accordingly undressed himself, an, leav
in;.' bis clotiiinif in the road, walked back
ward. After i-rocecdirifj about a mile in this
way. be returned tor bl clothes, but could
not tn l then., and const'iuentlr tlettrin
Iriecl walk back to London. 1'l.e diMauee
from i.errard's cro's to UollintfiJon heath
is six and a halt miles, and t e man no
d on 4 j.i-ed tbroiiu'h the Hffbt street,
r.xbrldp, which Is tbree-jtiarterof a
mile in length. His clothin- rind watch
and chain were found at Oeirspl's cross.
He reirretted baNina- left thum behind, be
cause be felt extremely cold without them
lie was subsequently seen by lr. Itoherls,
the police divt.ional surgeon, who pro-
noutced bim to bo insane. In retily to
Or. Anderson, the chairmsn. prisoner
said hu was altemptlnK to do what Jesus
Chrl-tdid eighteen hundred yeurs uro.
The Lird. he believed, wenton a mission
from London to Liverpool, and be tried to
walk from London to r.xeter. W jen at
(errard's .toss be was under the impress.
ion that he was near Mouh, and, as he
was wet mid footsore, be thought of stnyintr
theri all niirlit. One ol tbo punishments
adopted by the Uoman Catbolie church for
perom who did not confess a fin was to
make them walk a mile the reverse war :
but be did not carry it out properly.
Inspector hamc. said he bad telegraphed
to the address Kiren, but bad not received
an answer. I he magistrates ordered the
prisoner to be removed to the work bouse
at Hillingdon. Late in the day, prisoner's
wife and daughter, very respectable look
ing persons, attended the court, and ex
plained that he left borne at 11 o'clock on
the previous morning. He had been in
fouler Hatch asvlii'n for fifteen months,
and was released from that institution a
fortnight since for a month on trial, torn.
Kooke said it was impossible for her to
keep lnra under proper control. I'ri-oner
aked bis wife if the houses in L'lpei North
street, Islington, were still in existence ;
bis impression was tint! they bad fallen
through a rift in the earth. The magis
trates 1ecilel that be should tie netaiDSd
at the work bouse until the autborites at
C'onley liatrh had been communicated
A Tralti Load of Itruprr.
IIai.kisiu UG. 1'a., April ?7. The lar,:-
et single consignment ol reapers and
mowers' ever made at one time to any
point Last or West, an ived here this even
ing Irom the West. The train consisted
of seventy-two cars containing seventeen
hundred machines. Representative, of the
press from liuitunure, rhiladelphia, ew
i ork, Lancaler, Meehauiesu'jri.', West
chester aud Harrlsbur were present on
the arrival of the train, which was aoout
half a mile in length, i'lagg and other
decoration covered the cars. The u.a
ebines, the cash value of which amounts to
."s0.(Mj. are all intended lor points Last ot
this city, aud will at once be distributed.
It is expects I that two more such con-
slrmeiits will be made within the next
Unquestionably the ties sustained
work or the kind in tne woria.
SotUe$ of the Press,
The M acazhii has nttune.l In Its one quarter
c ntiiry and more of existence to tliat point where
it may ttesaul ot It, III tlie wopHol Dr. .lolinsoii,
It is vmn to hUme and usclena to praiae. " '1 he
lustre ol us lonif-a'o-attained reputation has in
iTrasil as the yean have passcl. and its future
seems a-1 brixlit it uot hrih'hter than at any time
since the troll en hue of pro-perity settled around
lis latcrau'l t)est years. nns Kiyn r.aifie.
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O. D WILLIAMSON.
And Dealer In
H. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
QPKC.AL atuntioi f iynn tooonslgnmeaU and
rouTT leaBa beorb tdb pmua
DR. C. M?LANE'S
C R I. V IIRATEU
TIIS I K r
Hqvititia or Liver Complaint,
lY-,IKPMA ANI. MfK HEADACHE.
Symjitoms of a Diseased Liver.
IAIN in ll.c- right bide, under the
X edge of the ribs, intreaM-son pres
sure ; sometimes the ain is in the left
sitle; the patient ii rarely able to lie
cn t lie left ide ; 'oiretimes the pain
ii felt under tlitsl, ful. Itr bl.'.de, and
it frequently extends to the toj) of
the shouider, a!:d u .soiuetimes mis
taken for a rl.tt:r. . i; m in the arm.
'I he stonia li w : ;ffc t.d with loss of
appetite at d i' k-i.c -:. ; the bowels in
tentral areco ii.t, .(.limes alter
' native with L-.; ;! , I -.ci is troubled
it!i i.:;in, a j . , i, , u ith a dull,
hc:;vy M-D:.-ii u ;.i jl... ba k part.
'I h' iei.,;v;(.:;:! . . x, i-ierablcloss
ofiviemcry.ar c . ..' i.dwiihapain.
f:il serration ( In;; ,jt ur,fi0ne
f.'.-methi.'M'Wi,;. h 1,1 to havclx:e&
done. A li::;. i, dry cn;;li is some
tiii'cs an at'ci '!.-i.'t. patient
fompl.iir.sof w '."rir:e-s;indlebility,
he Uca-dy it.-rtl. d, hi; feet are eold
or biirn:;irr, :.-, h f ompLins of s
prhkly serrrti'jh of the skin; liii
spirits are h.w; ai.d altliotigh lie ii
Siitisf-ed th: t i.y.'n i e would be bene
fit i.d to him, t Ik; can scarrelj
vm.ii.on up f .it it ude tnough to trj
it. In L.i l, he di tru ts every rem
edy. ScwmI of the .'.hove symp
toms attend the dina-.e, but cases
have occurred v he ;v f.-u of them ex-i-t.l,
)et tx:.i:-i.-,;.ti'.i of the body,
after death, ha., : hown the lifr to
have been extei i ly dersrged.
AOUh AM) VhVliR.
I)h. C. :.iM :.i. : L.'.ir Ph.ls,
1N( A-: ,'.: ;. ami 1 i.m.r, when
taken v.ith (J .i:.i: ,. , aie productive
cf the iiio :.t ii. .ppy n...i.hs. Xo better
catlianic ra:i !.:. jreiaratory
to, or afur t. Ouiniiie. We
would a.lvi-e :.':1 v. ho are afflicted
with tiiis disease to give them A
FAIR 1 KI AC
For ail Unions tierarpements, and
as a simple purgative, they are un
tqualed. BKWARK OK 1 M IT ATIOXS.'
The genuii e Dk. C MLane'j,
Livf.r 1'n.i.sare revcr tigar coated.
livery box has a n 1 wax seal on
the lid, with the impression Dr.
MLank's Lit 1 1: i'u.i s.
The cenuiise M'. Lam's T.ivfo
1'iil.s ln-ar ti c sknauires of C.
M Lane and 1 i i.m:no Lkos. on the
fcr' Insist on ( t:r drnt'pi.st or
Storekeeper pvlr. u the Lenuinc
IJR. t-. .M.J.NF s I !'. I K I'll IS, Jjre-
pared bv Flemim: liros.. Pitt.'burch,
Sold bv all rc-Tict table dniffrist?
. i - .o-
and country storekecTt-rs generally.
To ilioe wihina rj c-v'" f's. C MrI.ANB3
T tx-mm f.. . - ... .1 .. ! . . - - 1
part .f the Ci.ii-J Sta:-, b.-ie b x of Fil.s to!
i I Mi.N'j UKUi.. I'insbi rgh, PaV
THE NEW MAGAZINE.
RECORD the YEAR
i OL'UTIC N CM lit It (JI'Ll) KEAUY Tq
With a flue fcteel Portrait of A. T. Slewar
Career, Death, Will and Succession.
And besides the unique and valuable Diary o
Jnnortant events and occurrences throughout
Jie world, this numlier contains, anions: two
sundred oMier articles, tlie lollowiuK points ot
lliec iai in u real :
Oueen Victoria's New Tit1:-
lr. .luhn Hall's Aurii Phllosvphers (Fools),
ine true American a characteristic I Of in.
W aaluna-ton a Marshal of 1 ranee.
Jean inflow's Ui.y .
New Hone-Car Poetry, for April.
Horn Pedro's ClutracUrialics.
A Whist Party iu the Ark.
Three Capitalists Astor, Stewart, Vaudrrbilt.
mars i wain at a iiorss Auction.
First Female Lobbyist at WasfainKton.
ine oiri ol nevu e a ttpanisU Poem.
Royalty in the United states.
Artemus Ward's Character and Peculiarities.
Monthly Record of Cona-ress. etc.
ThiUk'a tolx laua-hed at .nonular and touehina
poems, sketches, incidents, Xc, In such attrac
tive variety, that it forms the richest amount of
valuable and entertaimiiK reading almost ever
miuraceu in a inagazine.
Tlifa new l'tfpiMittal u'Vili lia.alreailv rr.i,rh
su sut:u an enormous popularity, is
Something new and original In the way of a
Monthly Maaaxiue. Items a sort of Reference
crap-rioo, or inouUily record ol imiiortaut
events that happen in any pari ef the world,
with a selection of the most popular miscellany
of the current month, nrose and twietvv. foreign
anddomestio. EdiUsfby t'rauk Mxire, of the
11 1..1 1 1 , i l 1 1 1 . .n,l with - - ..1 ...... .. C
'lilll(u,-im wt .lif.lll n KT,
trait of tlie most prominent person of the iuolUi
One of the most lr,frta!n ti, o ami rMliial.laflvct.
class monthly maKazines ever issucl. Price, fit)
oents a inontn, or si.isi tor a year s suuscrip-
n. k"bm.s- f"" 11 3 ii' ,j ii ui in ii, i
flVearlv hllhitcrilith.na iM-irin tl'ith an V
0. W. CHABLETOM CO., FubUihari,
Madison Sauare. New York
Dealer in Fresh Mat
Between Waahincton and Comtuerola
Avsasif, adJoLnlnaT Htuany'a.
TT'EEPS for sale the beat Beef, Pork, Mutton
..-- vnu, LStmu, eauaace. sua la D
el W sarrs families in an atwHtalda nis:
ronutar illustrated bookCJ'jonatres'lriri
Manhood! Womanhood! Marriage!
Imnediments to Marriage l the CiiUbO
and cure. Sent securely ceaUd, post
paid for to cents, by DA. C WHiTTiEa,
617 St. Charlea Street, St. Louia, Mo.,
the great ipecialist. Read hi work.
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Hational Bank Building, vp-iUiri.
rn Illlnoia. s-enrera&Uaa
163 000 000
Ths Southern Hotel burned d own, and
yet how many people carry their own
risks. Go at once to Henry Wells, (leneral
Ae.ntA nav Tour i ropertT insured at
The loss of
In this terrible St. Lojis fire was prcat.
Obtain a Life Insurance Policy at once,
since one-tenth of all tac deaths In the
Lnited States is tbo result of accidents.
This is no
Storv nut forth for th.. o.n;,,., u
taken from tahtilsr ststemcnts, the reliabil
ity of which can not be impeached.
British America, Assets
Union, of Pbila. ' -
riremnn 's of Dayton
New Kna-land Lutual Lifn. - 37.700,000
Illinois Mason's BenTolut boclety
General Ixslraxce Agent.
one but Noand and Ifnneat C-oin-
OFFICE-In the Alexander CountvBank.
CHARTERED MARCH 21. 1868.
CITY MATlUiN AL JSANK.UALttU
A.n SAFFORn. President.
8 8 TAVLOR, Vice Presideit.
W. JiYtiLOP, Sec' y and iTetsiurer.
P.W. Barclay, Chas. Qmoher,
F. M. STockTLsra. Paul G scum.
R. II. CeN.tLNcrtAJf, li L. lit .i.iqay,
J. M. PUILLU'S.
INTEREST paid on deposits at tie rate ol six
percent, per annum, March Island Septeru-
Mr 1st. interest not withdrawn U aMel innne
liately to the principal of the detsits. therubv
riving them comiiound interest
Harried Women and Children may
jjepoBii money ana no one
else can draw it.
11 1 .n IV.rV tillBin.fi.av sim On m in . n m
"f - - - J uuu.u VDD J . . ' ' 1 1. ,N. 1.1 . 'I p . ...
B i Sattirdsv CTeninira f.te aairina itenstfiifa nnlf
rora 0 to s o'clock.
W. HTSLOP. Treasurer.
f Ilross, President. H. Wells, Cashier.
P. Neff. Vice Pres't. T. J. Kertli. Aet. ueh'r
Corner Commercial Ave. and bt Street
K. I'.ross. Cairo. Win. Kliure. Cairo.
P. Nell, tain). Win. Wolfe. Cairo.
A . .Siisanka. Cairo. R. I.. Rillina-sler. t. Louis
t. Ruder, tiro. H. Wella. tairo.
II. Krinkman, at. Louis,
J. Y. Ch luoon, Caledonia.
Cienernl llnukius; DiiMlnevs Iltine.
IJ-FxrhanKe sold and boiiftht Ii terest paid
ii iwc .....ift. wtiaiiiiivni, ioueciams utaiie,
nd all business promptly attended to.
City National Bank
W. P HALI.IDAY, President.
UE.NUV 1.. HAI.LIDAY, Vice Prest,
A. It HFFORI), Cashhr.
WA1 1 ' it UYaLOP. Ass't Cashier.
8TAATS TaTLOB, R. II. Ct7 MsnilAW.
11 L. llALLlDAr, W. P. Hali.ipav,
ti. I). Williamson. stpihii Rihi
A tS. OAFFOMD,
Exohange, Coin and United States
Bonds uougni ana Bold.
EPOSITS received and a general ban kin,
J. II. Ml LKKV. D. T. iilNEOAR, J. M. LANsPLH
MULKE, LINEGAR &. LANSDEN,
Attorneys at Law,
OFFICE: Conituercial Avenue, at ofliee ol
Linegar ft Ijinsdeu J-;. -J 111
buu )ilease uopy.
Iloaebee's lieriauu Uy tup.
fan cow be purchased right tt Lome: It
Is the most successful preparation ever in
troduced to our pcupiu. 11 wcaks like s
charm in all cases consumptioi pneumo
nia, hemorrhages, asuiina. severe coughs
erouD. and other throat and luiu diseases.
.10 persou fins ever useu sua inoui lne
without icetting immediate relief, yet there
are a good many poor, suuerjig. skeptical
persons going about our lieu with asus-
. L .. .I ... .
plcious cougu, ami toe luiwui cunsiiuip-
t ou com ng iromtuoir iuiii;s,i.uat win not
try it. If you die, it is your tw fault, as
you can fo to Paul li. Scbub,Urujrgit, and
get a sample noil e lor iu cenw and try it
tinea doses will relieve any iio ltepular
ie only t cents. i 0Vy,
ef CHW- SMOKE
f ItKtaT riuaTon W f n
jrjf TAKK SO OTIIEK.
THE PIOHtia TOIACCQ CO. IROOUYB,
a week in your own town. Terms ami
Dt) a.F, outfit tret.'.
JI. JI ALLLT ft CO., Port-
$5-5 fO t77 weke Agsnts. Hinif 'I Fir
IQ .Kl.K. J', u. VICKEhY.Au
C I 1 a day
bm. AltiiIs wanted. Outfit
Qli and terms free.
ll:CK ft CO., Augusta,
A (JREAT OFFER ! ,hrs.ebw.1r,ri,,iirmn4
llAnnHf fit ItPi Iiliilirtai isswi nr,rK
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