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. H. OMKLT, A. W. STATf.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
.V. XXT. I YATT CO.,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
.' J MANUFACTURERS.
Bulletin Building-, Oor. Twslfth Strae
ud W ubla ton A vran,
Ort.lv a, Xlllxaolsa
IfCotintT end RailroadWork a Specialty
OrptCK Hot?R From 7:30 a.m. to 6:30
p.m.; Mummy from 7 to 9 a.m. Money
wruc-r ;w a.m. o:uu p.m.
. '1 :30 t Illinois Central B U
1. '):'! Daily.
!:: I Miss. Ontntl B R
I (nil y.
I0:')0 Cairo A Vlncennes
10:00 Cairo, Arkansas A
Texas K It Daily
fi.dO Ohl wlvr Konle
Dully rtt'l Monday
I Minn Kivcr ltoute
Up, Hun. Tu. rrl.
I liwn.Tu.Tiu fat
Th-tx itotite J
Friday Saturday i
U. W. M Kiaio, P. M.
ST. LOUIS.IRON MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
Ixprr-i leave f'alro'laily M m p. m .
ixiinss arrive at Cairo 'lnil 4 . lu.
A i-'.riiiii'n lut ion li'ivi-. I mhi daily .. . 2 .00 a ru.
A :oin ulaicin arrives daily (emept
Sini'l iv .. .Jl:. in.
CAIRO & ST. L0UI5 R. R
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
rllr. train of this company connect at St
lT.ji and Kat !. Ix.tii-, with kit olhsr
to the .ortli, f.rnot anil Hnl,
T 'itvt-l uiro
Arrire at -st . I,oii in .
!ave Kat Vt. L,ul 91". a m
krrir at Cairo ... ... r, on p.m.
W II. M M,t AKI.AS1),
1 icket and t reiirht AiltM. Cairo,
f. A. WfcNTV, Gem ml Passenaer Aarnt.;
.1. AI KLU Agent at Cuiro
3AIR0 &, VINCENNES R. R.
61 Miles the Shortest Route
47 Miles the Shortest to
mct-s, czsrcinrATi saltixose
34 Miles the Shortest to
fciiinjiis, ?i2:iBlpiii tin 7ork
SIX HOURS SAVED
iVK.lt THIN P
ALL OTHER KOADS
Making Sarao Connections,
Pitnirers by other routes to make
Counf.tion must ridsll niirht wait
in; from Una to bis. Hours at
small country stations tor
trairs of uoi.uKctmtc roads.
Rjcicrab v that fact and take our
6:03 a. m. Train,. reaching
E,,..,:V, l!. sV. Ji'a',li T,f''li
Train !.-ivc an. I rtrri.-c at uiro. lis follows:
M.nl Ocavcs .- '0 a. Oi
vli.ed p- IU.
.I...I Hliv !:' P-
H;l a. 111.
Ilipniir. I kn mil chccki to all iinplUlit
t. A. MILT.KR, II . L. MORRILL,
Im-u' I'iim A'l. General Sup
I.. II. UL 'Hi II.
I. KM OK IIKAI I KH.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale ami Ki'tail Healira in
-.VINI.S OF AIjTj KINIIK,
No. 60 Ohio Lovoo,
PMVTll A t!0. have JonaUntly
lYL a larire atix'k il the Ustt khxI 'ar-t-t,
auil Kivri!HH'ial attentiou to I he Mhuleaal
auuh uf the buitimwa
DRS. CANINE & "WniTLOCK,
HuvhiK vnti-rl int'i a c'l-yurtnernhip, fir the
iiiinniie il iimciirinu- iluutintry, 111 all iu
IhuiicIiiv-i, woul I rfpci;tlull y iuiurm Umm; m-eil-in(tlii)
M-rvi..ol . ilvrUil Oieralor, that thry
an- prepared to altiu l tu their wuuU iu every
'I he UlliDK of tet-th done in the mM tatieluo
iory manlier. luMsrlinK arliilciul Ueuturea, al
wuy wuh a view uf reetorniu, aa lur a prau
liraljle, the lo't contour and natural expreaaion
it' t lie mnt improved method and materials
Teeth ettruuied absolutely williout paio by
Uiiut! uitroua oxide giia.
'they enleud an invention to all, to call and
14 the 111 and tolicit a liliera! Hhure of their pat
...aae. Wurk L'lurantced. Hriwa moderate.
(0 ijoiniuore.ial avenue, lietwcen ttU and ''th tta
STRATT0N & BIRD,
laauva iHHtmN PQWDf 00
S W '
57 Ohio Levee.
, . 1 :
THE SEAT OF WAR.
Oeaerlptlon f the Ilittllrronnd
mmti Krlicduls ot Isrees,
(From the London NfWi.)
The troop available on either tide have
already been enumerated by our corre
pondrnU at KlncLrnrff and Kutacbtick.
According to the former, the liiutlani
have JT'i.OiW men, 20,000 cavalry, ana 9ou
mint, dlttributed a followi The aevenm
and twelftj corpa, numberfnu OO.OuO,
4,000 cavalry and 'jah guns, at Odeata ami
SebaHtopol ; the elKhtli, ninth, tenth and
eleventh eorp at and around KiMhfnd
numbering rW.OOO mtn.f.lvo cavalry ami
i j, (uui , sn.i ins army oi lue Cauca
aua, number jO.000 men. M.OOO cavalrv and
m guue. Our Kux-bucli correapond-
Riiniiiilliwr.l IB! l llrklah Iivmn.
in liulgarin at I ii,iwj Inluntry, 5,00 ami
Icry aud 210 Ktina; IB addition tj which
tbere are aome OoO gunner in the lor
iremeaot Larna, bbumla, Kulacliuck, S
liatria, Mkopolo and Widin. J hee trooos
are umtriouieu an loiiowa: in J ullxba,
7,000; Mliatrla, Jm.OOO: Kui:liuvk. Iu.ooii :
'l iriiova, .,000; Nikopolo and Mntova, 2.(K
and iu and arwund W'ldin, i:,W ) and 144
Kroin Kineheneff, aeroHn the Prulh (the
Uuv-ltoiimainiati boundry), to Jaiiaey Ih
about 70 ml It a here there la a break o(
fraui( that may cauae aome ditHeully and
delay ; them to (ialatz aa I Brailow, about
V.i inlet, the railroad would be fallowed;
irom nere throughout Biobo'l.ie t Kalar
aah, on the Uanulie, about 'JO milei, there
li a (ood load ; the railway continue! to
Uuchare.t, the Koumaniun capital, about
110 mileA irom whence there is a tolera'jle
road U Uttenitza ; and then on to Our-
jrevo. V) mip further, the railway terml
ii m on the Uanube. Kroui the abots H
will be seen that the UWlanne to be covered
by rilwav between KlHcbencff and t.ie
Uanube, the Turkish hr-t line ot Jeiene.
U about W in i leu, or considerably more
than the distance from London t Kdio
burr. The croaimr Placed on the Han.
tibe are (jlurxevo-Uutar-huck, Oiteultza
Turiokai and halaraMi-.MIiNtria 1 he
breadth of the river at (iiunrevo is three-
(uartem of a mile, an broad aa tbe Thame
at Oravepecd Iteach, the current two and
one-half milca an hour. At Ulenitza the
breadth narrow to 800 yard, or about the
breadth ol the 1 namea at Jiarkinz. Here
commence aacend by vaiioua roads to the
Balkan ranie. the Turkiah second line of
deleiiae. Tbe mountain attain an eleva
tion of about 0,000 feet at their western
extremity, d;acending to 2,ftifeet at their
eastern end, and abruptly terminatiOK at
Cape fcmineti. Tbe di.tanc from tbe Dan
ube to tbe top ol tbe paei la about 50 or
oJ mile acroia a iOxca and broken coun
try ; the mountain decllvillea are them
aelvea clothed with lorets, the climate i
very cowl and bleak, the hignen point of
the'mouataini are free from anow but a
few month iu tbe year, and piercinK windt
bio ' tlnoush every opening. The paaaes
are eight in number. Tbe mod easterly
one 1 tbe coaat road from Veina to Bur
gas. I his is a tolerably good road and
easy ; but it la commaodeU irom the sea.
Proceeding; weaterly, we come next to tbe
l bemta faas ; tbia i an Indifferent road,
but an eaay pa., and was traversed by tbe
KuHhlan army in lfi'J: tbe nest, tbe iWza
l'aa. Irom nhiimla to Krnaba' a'tlough
on me main roau uciwMa oiuairia una
Adrianople. is a very bad road and a dim-
cult p. ; the next, from O.man Itazar, is
alio a roiin and craggy pa ; next loitow
the Iron tiate, on tbe road Irom Tirnova
to Silvino ; thU is a decent pan, and ha
been traversed by a military force ; irom
Tirnova to Kai-anllk is the Shitika I',
witb a road for earriairea ; the next i a
verv ditticult pah indeed, it ha been
lately described a almost impassible it
lean Irom .Mkopoii, ty ixivaiz, to l uiuip
nollia. or Tartei Haxarjia-: ihemostw e.t-
erlv pas, leading from Loin to Mkopoii,
on tbe Danube, to SoUa, on tbe NUb and
t'hilippoli road, u an easy one, with a
oo 1 road, practicable lor carriages.
Tbe ruad from tbe more easterly ol the
pjsi.es enumerated converge ot the line of
railway at or near Adrianople, after trav
erin rune aoventy miles ol roiiu, nndu
Utmi; aud atony country, which tall rap
idly toward the sea of Marmora. There are
no farther physical obstacles, however, to
a inireb on Uoiitontlnople, until we come
within a few miles of that town, wbern at
Kiut the snot occupied by the tirst letter
ol the nan e ('onstatitinaple in our map, a
ranure ol tbia streti hea across a na'row
ii iiiusiiU from tbe sea ol Marmora to the
rtlack sea. This position could, according to
the opinion ol an oltleer until lately tn the
Kmclisb s-erice, be renueren aim.i im-
;.rei.'ii.l,le by land : but aiinougn piaos
ihvh be.en tirenared witb this view, noth-
liur appear to have been done. On the
tirst line of defense the iianune giinnouis
and toroedoea would probably be opposed
to each other lor the lirat time, and the re
sult would be wttched bv every maritime
nation with Very seiious interest . i'ii the
aecnud line of defense the Halkan Mange
the Turkish artillery would tind them
selves attacked ty an army skilled in mo
use ol the appliances of modern warfare -a
yery diflerent enemy Irom tbe one they re
sisted at N'lsse.
Permanently cured no humbug by one
month's uage of lr. Ooulurd's Celebrat
ed Fit l'owdcrs. To convince auflerers
that these powder will do all we claim for
them, we will send them by mail, post
paid, a tree trial box. as ur. uouiaru ia
the only physician that baa ever made tbia
disease a special study, and as to our
knowledge thousands have been perma
nently cured by the use of these powders,
we will gaarantee a permatibnt cure in
every case, or relund you all money ex-
ended. All sunerer suouia give mose
I'owder an early trial, aud be convinced
of their curative powers.
rriee, for large box, f J, or a boxes ior
tin. sent bv mail to any part of United
Statesort'aiiada on receipt of price, or by
express, C. O. l. Address,
300 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, N, Y.
All sufferers Irom this disease that are
anxious to be cured should try lr. Kis-
ner's Celebrated OnaimptiTe 1'owderi.
These powders are the only pupration
known that willcure Consumption and ail
disease of the throat and lung Indeed,
so strong is our faith in them, nnd also to
convince you that tbey are no nuniuug, we
will forward to every sutlerer, by mail
nostuaid. a free trial box.
We don't want your money until you are
Fcrfectly satisfied ol tbeir curative powers,
r you life is worth saving, don't delay lq
giving these powders a trial, as they wil
surely cure you.
l'rice, lor large box, t-1. "nt to rny psrt
of the United States or Canada by mail on
receipt of price. Address,
ASH & BOBBINS,
300 Fulton street, Brooklyn, N. V.
Popular illustrated book(2topagcs jon
Manhood I WomasiiooiiI MarriacxI
Impedimenta to Marriage the causa
and cure. Sent tecurtly tealed, post
pai4for o cents, by Dr. C. Whittier,
617 St. Charles Street, St. Louit, Mo.,
the great specialist. Rea4 his work..
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY.
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w-tf ,w York
rOKTr YEAata HLIOUa: Tflt PrtilaKL
DR. C. M?LANE'S
roa Tiia ci sa or
Hepatitis or Uvcr Complaint,
LVsi'tliIA ASLi hh K HLALiACHK.
Symptoms of a EXiseascd Ijver.
1)AIN in the right side, under th
. tdgeof the ribs, increaseson pres
sure ; sometimes the pain is in the left
side; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side ; sometimes the pain
is felt under the shoulder-blade, and
it frequently extends to the top of
the shoulder, and is sometimes mis
taken for a rhujinuti-ni in the arm.
The stomach isafivi led with loss of
nr.petitc and ai kt ; the bowels in
general are rotive, M,mctiines alter
native with lax ; '.l.c K - id istrouble
with fain, actci. ; '.;: 1 with a dull,
heavy sen: ii n in '.!. bar k part.
'1 lit re isgtntra!;. .;v.idt.raMeloss
uf memory, m ei:ii r.i .tlwithajiain
ful sensation c f 1 awrp left undone
something whit h t ik;!.i to li.ive beep
done. A slight, dry t cugh is some
times an attendant. , '1 lie jatitnt
complains of v.udi -Hi-sand debility;
he is easily startled, his feet are cold
or burning, and In complains of s
prickly sen.tion cf the skin; hii
spirits are low; ar.d nlthotu'li he is
satisfied that e.tf r i .e would be bene
ficial to him, yet he can s an elj
summon up latitude enough to trj
it. In fa t, he li tnits every rem
edy. Several of the above i-ymp-toms
attend the ii cm', but casts
have o ctirieil v here Mv of them ex
isted, y tt examination of the body,
after death, lia ; ; liov.n the livfk to
have ben e.teiv. ively dcrangi d.
AO UK A. D 1 I'Vr.K.
Dr. C. M.Ijm.':, 1.iu 1'nxs,
im casts or Aorr. .su l i. i r, when
taken vtiiii CJt.iiiii.e, ale prodtu live
of the most hr.j p;, i. nhr. No Utter
cathartic tan be ud, preparatory
to, or after tskinp tjuinine. We
would advie all v. ho are afflicted
with this diar.e lo ive them A
For all Hiliou:- ck rangements, and
as a simple purgaiive, they are un
equaled. DKWARK OP IMITATIONS.
The genuine Dr. C. MU.ane'i.
Liver I'n.Lsare never sugar coated.
Kvery box has a red wax seal on
the lid, with ihe imjdession Dr.
MVLane's Liver Tilis.
The genuine M. Lakk's Liver
I'ii.ls tar the signatures of C.
M'.'Lane and I'i i mino Bkos. on the
tt Insist on your druggist or
storekeeper giving you the genuine
Dr. C. MV Lane's Liver 1'im.s, pre
pared by Fleming Lros., Pittsburgh,
Sohl by all resjiec table druggist!,
and country storekcejiers generally.
To those wishing to five Vr. C. M' I Asa's
Livaa Fieut a tnl, we will uiail fiost paid to any
Ban uf the I'nitcJ Sutes, une bus u( l'ill lot
El EM I NO IiROS.. Pitubukh. Fa,
O CALLAHAN & HALL,
flooflng and Guttering a Specialty
Slato Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Bods, Pumpi, 8toyoi
I laarsiafv I mm" """"
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Rational Uak Buildina;, ap-iuire.
The Oldest EsUbUshsd Acsnoy In Sou it.
165 000 000
Tbe Southern Hotel burned d own and
VCt how nilinv nennln iirrr their Awn
risks. Go at once to ilenrr W'elU. (ienoral
Apent. and have your property Insured at
r.Thc loss ot
Tn this terrildn 1st l ,1. .
Obtain a Life Insurance Policy at once,
since one-tenth ol all tbe deaths In the
umiea ,-iaies is the result of accidents.
i ui is no
Story put forth tor the occasion, but
isKcn irom tabular statement, tbe reliabil
ity of which can not be impeached.
British A m Arf o Jl . t i i a
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Unioa, of Pbila. ' - - 'aSoiOOO
Firemen's of Dayton " - 4SO OOO
w aasiaoa Mutual Life, . 37,700.000
Aiunois ausoai AssnsTOlent MOclety
Ilepresented l y
General I.nhcranck Agent.
Son bnt Innsd and Honest Coin
OFEICE-In the Alexander CountyBank.
CHARTERED MARCH 21. 1869.
CITY XA.TIONAX. HANK, C AXRO
8 8 TAYLOR, Vice I'reaident.
W. HYSLJP. hec'V and Treasurer.
P.W. BaHcxar, Chas. GaLiuiraR,
P. M. fSTOcarLBTll. PaclG bcBi'R.
tt. H. CUKKLtOHAM, 11 L. UaLLWAY,
J. It. Phillip.
NTEREST paid n deposiM at the rate ol ail
. percent isranilini. Marrh island riantem-
sr 1st. Interest not withdrawn ia added imme
liab-lv tfk tl m ririnrinnl nf ih. Ui.njii a ihUMl.
rivinar them oomiMaind interest '
Harried Woman and Children may
ueposn money ana no one
else can draw it.
Open every buaitessday rromfla.m. to .1 p.m
I . SutllP.li.tr .vnnin.u f-. ............. . I .
rum 6 to 8 o'clocl.
I!ro.a, Prtwhttnt. H. Wells, Cusliier.
Self. V ice Prea't. T. J. Kerth, Asot. ash'l
Comer Commercial Ave. and Bt Street
Bros, liiiro. Wru. Klufre, Cairo.
Sell, CaiM. Wm. Wolfe, t airo.
. Susiiiiku, Cairo. K L. Uillinesley, t. I-otiia
Ituder, Cairo H. WelU, Cairo.
K. H. Krinkman. sit. 1,0111,
J. Y. Clemaon, Caleslonia.
Uenetal Bankloa; Daalneas Done.
IfF.achanire sold and Imnvht lntr, -t nahi
n.,h?! J1'!1""' Iepartment. Collection made,
u an u'luiutM vromptiv attended to.
ity National Bank
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A. II HtH'OUI), Caahiey.
W A ' 1 U U YbLOP. Aaa' t Cashier.
8. STAATS TaTLOB, R. H. Cn S1NOHAM
II I.. llALLIDAV, W. P. IlALI.lllAT,
U. D. WiLUAJisoU, Stephen Hikd.
A B. SArroHD.
Exohange, Coin and United States
uonas iiougnt ana Bold.
DEPOSITS roccivisl and a general banking
J. II. MLLS.BY. D. T. Unkuaii. J. M. Lavsdkn
MULKE, LINEGAR & LANSDEN,
Attorneys at Law,
OFFICE: CouilitiTciul Avenue, st office ol
Liuegar A ijiiiaiira J-ii-Jin
buu please copv.
Ifoachee s UeruiHu Myrup.
Can tow be purchased right at home; It
1 tho most successful preparation ever in
troduced to our people, it work like a
charm in all case consumption pneumo
nia, hemorrhage, asthma, severe cough,
erouu. and Other Ihroat and luiur diseuse.
No person baa ever used this uiedlrine
without getting liunicdiato re'ief, yet there
are a itood tnanr Por, sulUTinir. akcntli al
person go'CK aboit our slice t witb a sus-
plctnil cougn, aou me in o ui cousump
tlou coniim; Irom their lung', that will not
try it. lfyoudie.it ia your own fault, as
vou can ifo to Paul Ci. Kcbuh, druuL'Ist. aud
tret a sample bottle lor 10 cents and try it
three doses will relieve any rae. Kegulsr
ize only id cent. eow.
MAY 5 1877.
op xrr i t
roCBTU NUMBER JTt.T) READY To
With a flue Steel Portrait of A. T. St war
Career, Death, Will and Succession.
And beside the unique and valuaul Diary o
jnportant event ami oecurreaece throunont
Ihe world, this number eonuiaa, amona two
Hundred other article, the followina: poinu ot
Queen Victoria' New Title.
lr. Jshn Hall's Annl rbllosepbers (Fool).
1 he True American- characteristic Poem
WaahinirtoB a Marshal of rranec.
Jean Inicelow'a Eancy.
New Horse-Car Poetry, for April.
Ve,10' t-'harsoterlUca .
A Whit I'srty In tbe Ark.
'rk JTwain at a Horse AucUon.
V u m)e bbylat at Waabington.
Ihe Girl of !evili s Spaoiab Poem.
A rwirtiw UeduVa .
Mnnthlv UH I . . .
Dim"f!vJu.K l.P"Il'd toa chins
poema, aketches, inotdenu, Ac., is snctt attia
Hu '?rle,.,th form tie rlr.heeoV.STtt
valuable and enteraaintns: resdlns; almost ever
mi braced in a iua-jue.
This new Perfwd leal, which has already resell
M (uch an enormous popularity, it
. . . . . . .
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of the current month, prose and poetry, foreign
"i x raiia. aaoore, wi toe
"Rebellion Record. "
BeantifullT nrinted. with an aleiratit S.fA 'nr.
trait of the most prominent person of the moLtn
in emeu Number.
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0. W. CHABIETOlTftCO., Pnbliihera,
Atadiasn Seuare. New Tork
Dealer in Fresh Mat
Betwesn Washlnrton and Oommercla
Avenue), adJolniiisT Hamny's.
KEEPS lor aale the beat Beef, Pork, Mutton
eal, Lamb, Hauaage, Ac., and ia p
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