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CAIKO CITY BINDERY,
aV. W.PTATT CO.,
, BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin BniWHnir. Cor. Twelfth Btree
and WaabinKlon Aenue,
DrriCK Hour Kroji 7;i!U a.m. lo U:.W
p.m.: Sunday from 7to0n.ni. Money
Order 8:00 t.tn. to 6:00 p.m.
in. r a.
a m. rj
,n:S0 Illinois Central ii It i 3:00
10:1) t Miss. Otntml K K I !l:0U
10 :UM Cairo A Vliieeuncal 5:00
It R I hi V.
M .00 (Cairo, Arkansas-A ( 100
Texas It It Dally.
(t:0() I Ohls Rivvr Houle
Miss lover ttnme
Up, Hun. Tu. Kri.
friil t Saturday
O W. McKSAto, P. V.
ST. LOUIS.IRON MOUNT Am
& SOUTHERN R. R.
aITWP3 CARD .
I i pins leaves Cairodaily on p. m.
..iluiss arrives el Imni ibillv 4 .. m .
A.n'Oiunndiilmn leaves t aim ilmly -. .2 ;0 a. m.
l.awin'i.l.illi.B arrives daily (except
biiicUvi 11 in.
CAIRO & ST. L0UI3 R. R
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
'PUT. trains of tltl n company cotinwl tt Si
L Lc.i and East -1. Iouin, wltb til other
irt to (lit .forth, Kraal iuiiI Wnl,
, tareCairo h .-Via.rn
Vrnre at st. Louis - '.."0p.m.
Ixavi tat St. Louis - :!' m
Irrir ! Uiro :""p.ru.
W II. M Ulr AHt.ANI), ;
Ticket and Freight Ai(rnl. I niro.
I. A. WENT liencral Passenger Agent.;
i. Alihl.L, Agent st Cairo
4- ';AIR0 & VINCENNES R. R.
61 Miles the Shortest Route
47 Miles the Shortest to
. 'chills, cmmi! mimi
34 Miles the Shortest to
Iciiuipslis, fE.iii Sew Tori:
SIX HOURS SAVED
OVER TRAIN CO'
ALL OTHER ROADS
Making 8ame Connections,
Paaeencrera by other route to make
Connection i must ride all night wait
ing from One to Six Houre at
e email country atationn for
traire of connecting roade.
Rsruember that fact and take our
6:03 a. m. Train,.reaching
Train Ue end arrive al Csiro. as follows :
Mail 'jmi :' m
Ml.i " - 7::t"p- m.
lull ail! ret 10:'lp. IQ.
.lied " ;!... ru.
througn tkketa and check to ull important
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"iiJil'KS BHOTIIKIt '.New York.
' roptilarilhiKtratcJ bookCsfiopoges-Jon
Manhood I Womanhood! Makiuacki
Impediments to Marringei the causfl
and cur. Sent tecurely eakd, post
paid for ro cents, by Dr. C. Whittikr,
iij St. tharlca Street, St. Louis, Mo.f
'.he great rnciulitfc. Ruad hlnworki.
Illooily lee,l oiniiililed l,y Hiirtrlnns
i wile Miot autl Itilleil 1,1 1
Helping- tier HiikltNinI lit lrlc,iil
i heir Lire.
'orritown i!'.) Herll:Kor i or nvcu
ye ir pait a house ah' I lot at the village of
L'lue Hell, in Whitpaiu towrjuUip, ubovit
live inllea (roiu Nortlston, owned by Mr.
George Hurt, but been occupied by Mr.
Samuel Ktdur and family, Mr. Kader it
abouUen-nty-ilve years old, ond his wife,
who is the victim ol the JfrciCDt tru;ody,
bad attained the aire nl seventy, Bfjlg
hliuhi'll uud vrile there were no other pi-r
uon in the homeeici'pta little girl. About
three o'clock tills moming he awoke and
went to the w indow to take a look at the
weather. Id- returned to bed, whi n he
hard a noise made by some one crawling
on the floor of t ie bedrooin.'JAfter liten
ln aiiio he t-priiiit; out o! tho bed, whi g
he win rabbet! by a man, whojumpod tip
from the floor at the foot ot the lit" I. The
burglar in a loii'l whisper mIJ: '-Iion't
halloo or I Aill shoot." Mr JUder K'aP
plcd with the intruder, and a pr utile i u
ued. lie then called "murder," and the
burglar lired, the ball striking the wall.
Mr li ider wz jd hN gun and his wife jrot
out ol bed t) a-itt hi w. The discharge
ol his gun was followed by a shot from the
burglar, the ball striking Mrs. Kudei' in the
btes'l and killing her immediately.
The robber then lied. One of theui at
lempted to jmnpout of the front window,
and when partly out Mr Hider gave him a
push with his gun which ent hi in bead
long to the grouni. The ladder aKo fell
over with him, and upon hlin, the window
and other places his blood could be seen.
The other run through an entry and into a
side bedroom. In feeling his way in the
dark for the window he put bin hand upon
the countcrpano aud felt a pool of blood
which soaked through to the sheet. lie
then evidently kicked ail the glass cut of
the window a-h and jumped through the
win Sow to the ground. lie had received
wounds of some kind, for upon the floor
anl window were large drops of blood, and
In hid flight he dropi t j lii cap upou the
floor. The neighbors were promptly
aroused, and by daylight the surrounding
count!-)' was alive w ith armed men keeking
the murderers. It wa thought that the
latter could not have gotten far, as it was
to nesr morning when the crime was com
uiltud, aud they were supposed to be
hiding in some ol the fields or beuges. The
farmers were warned to be on the lookout
and requested to search their fields thor
oughly. THE Mt'KbLKKRn STITcED TO HE
The burgla-s, w ho are supposed to be a
wjiteanda colored man, are propably
tramps, and tiui been prowlhi.' around the
neighborhood all night. They had been to
everal other houses, but finding all the
windowsclo'ed bad not made an tflort to
enter. They evidently noticed that the
sah o( Mr. Mailer's window was raised,
and determined to enter tlia house. A
ladder was obtained at l'retontaln'e store,
which was not long enough to reach the
sl'i, and thi-v had to draw thenm'Ucx up
abOLt four fest after reaching the top
round. The tracks ot tfce men could be
easily truced t J and from the bouso, a one
of them wa barefoot. They had lounged
around the village until they became
familiar with its surrounding und found
out where a ladder could be oblained.
THK COUNTRY AROUND.
Altpr the deed was committed one of the
men, who Is suppo-ed to have tired the fa
tal shot, wa tiackeJ as far as Peilly.; Here
the trail wns lost and jeveral bou-es
searched without nu t discovery. His
routs was marked by the blood lelt on the
fences he crowed and the mwks of his bare
feet in the dusty roads. Ha must have
been a tall m in, for In so"io places his
trlde were live feet in length. Toe other
man took an opposite course, supposed in
the direction of Norristow n. It is believed
that both of them ar in hiding at no great
distance from tbo place ol the tragedy.
The entire neighbor!) od fur miles around
is aroused and band? of armed men ore
searching the country. Ietcctivcs and
police authorities b tve been notified, und
there is a prospect ol at least one of te
men being cauitht.
E.I'. liuiikel'M Bluer Wine of Iron
has never been Known to fail in tho euro ot
weakness, attended with symptoms; indis
position to exertion, loss of memory, ditli
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous tremblinj?. dread
ful buiiui of dentil, ni'lit swontx, cold Coet,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal lassitude ot the muscular system,
enormous appetite with dyP'ptie symp
toms, hot hands, flashing ot the holy, dry
ness of the skin, pallid tounteawce mid
eruptions on the face, pur lying the blood,
pain in the bark, heaviness ot the eyelids,
fremient black spots flying beiore the eyes
with teuiparary sullision and loss of sight,
want ot attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use K. F. Kuukel'i Hitter Wine ol
Iron. It never fails. Thousands are now
enjoying health who have used it. Take
only K.V. Kunkul's.
beware of counterfeits ar.d baso imita
tions. As Kutikel's Bitter Wino of Iron is
ko well known all over the country, drug
gists tlicmselves make nn Imitation and try
to sell it off to their customers, when .they
call for Kunkel'i Hitler Wine ot Iron,
Kunl el's Bitter Wine of Iron is put up
only iu 1 bottles, and has a yellow w rapper
nicely put on tho outside with the pro
prietors photograph on the wrapper of
each bottle. Always look for Hie puotn
graph on the outside, and you will always
lie sure to get the genuine. One dollar pet
bottle, or six for o. bold by druggist und
AliL WOKMS REMOVKD ALIVE.
K. K, Kunkel's Worm Syrup never fatli
to destroy l'ln 8uat and Stomach Worms.
Dr. Ktmkel, tho only successful pliysician
who removes Tape Worm in two hours
allvo, with head, and no fee until removed,
Common senso teaches that il Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms can be readily
destroyed. Send lor circular to Dr. Kun.
kel. INo. 200 North Ninth street, 1'hlladeU
pni .,ri., or can on your uruggist and asr
for v bottle of Kunksl's Worm By run
I'rlec ,( HoevnrisUs. ' r
OCfl.ce, 33ulletlja 23a.U41rnr, CetMl Twelfth Street tai
CAIRO, ILLINOIS SUNDAY, JUNE 10 1877.
1.141 OH DKALsSRrt
Wholcsslt and Kc Ull Dealers in
IV I IV EN OF ATX KIN If H,
No. 60 Ohio Leveo,
TEHSB,8. PMYTU A l it liave JonsUnUy!
t-YX a large stock ol the lies) good) in Uie mar- j
i t, ana giveeepn-aai attention Ui Ihe nuoleaal
anch of th bunineHa.
Evansville, Cairo and MeniDhls
, w ,,,v,,,t"""
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawneetown, Evans
ville, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
Tbe tbgant elle-whl steamer
Ar'Al-TM B. PlUHDIOTO'-......
Will leave Cairo every WED.VESDAT at 6 j
o'clock i. m.
The fleet steamer
I'.is Howaeo ...Muster
Ko. TiioXA C.mk
I.ejvet Cairo every 9 ATCKOAY.
F.rh boat nukes close eonnections at Cairo
ith flrsl-Jas steamers for tit. Louis, Mem
phis and New Orleans, and at KvansTille with
thu t. A c. It. K. for all points Norta and East,
and with the Louisville Mail Steamers foball
IMiints on the L'pper Ohio, giving through re
ceipts on freights and passengers to all points
t or urther Information apply to
J.V.MK-, llli.i. s, Passenger Agent.
I1ALL1DAY BROS., I A..M
J. M. fHLLUl'S, j1".
Oiio U. J. tiUAUMKR,
riupenntenilcnt and General Freight Agent,
l vj-i-lv. . Evansvilla Indiona.
MT. OARBON(Big Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the car-load
'..on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
aromptlv attended to.
DafTo large consumers and a
nanufacturers, wo are prepare
:o supply any quantity, by th
aaonth or year, at unifonn rates.
CA.IB0 CITY COAL COMPANY.
tHalllday Bro.'e iffloe, No. TO Ohio Levee
I S-Hairiduy Hro 's rtutrfboat.
lfAt Kgyptian Mills, or
J-At the Coal Dump, foot et Tuntr-Eiirhtt
rl-Pnt Office Drawer.
DKA1.I R IV
BOOTS & SHOES
Coffee Sugar & Syrm),
Specialty in Teas.
Goods Delivered Promptly.
I'ublicnotice Is hereby irfvcn to theheirs
of Daniel M, ,(ones, deceased, and to all
other persons whom it may concern, that I
will apply to tho countv court ot Alexan
der couulv, Illinois, on the Will day of June
1(77, ot the .rune term lb"7 of said court,
to bo lioldan at tbe court house in
Cairo, in said county, on the third Mou
day ot JunolHw, for an order of court au
thorizing tbe undersigned to sell and com
pound tho despersto notes and accounts,
claim and demsnds due the estate ot
PanlcUi. Jones, deceased.
.Ti4.De ft, IB", iltd Administratrix.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1889
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. II SArF'lRD. Freaidenl.
i TAYLOR, Vic President
w . u VSLOP. Bm'v and Ttvauff r.
P.W.BARCtAT, CBAS. OtUDlIB,
T.M. HTorartaTn , avi(1. Scrih,
0. li ( t ryiNoiiAM, II L Hallicat,
J. M Phillihu.
INTKUEST paid on deposits at tbo rate ol six
per cent, per annum, Mar-h 1st and Svpteni-
1 1v?)y'v i"ncipHi of me deposit, tireby
i ilviii them eoimiouud interest
xit 1st. internet not wiiiuirtiwn is aaueil imiue
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Open every business day from 9a .m. to S p ro
a J Saturday tveninirs tor iaviiigs iWioslt ouly
rum to b o'clock.
W. HYSLOP. Treaanrer.
t Uross, President. II. Wells, Cashier.
V. Srtt, Vioe'res't, T. J. herth, Asst. anh'r
Corner Commercial Ave. and Bt Street
K. Hross, Cairo. Wm. Kluge, Cairo.
I'. .Sell, Cairo.
Wm. Woil'e, Cairo.
A . Stimnlui, Cairo.
It 1.. llillingsley, t. l.cuis.
H. Wells, Cairo.
t. uii'ier, Cairo.
F. H. itrinkman. st. Louis,
J. Y. Clemson, Calonia.
A iieneinl Banking Itnslnesa Done.
9Exchange sold and bought. Interest paid
n the Savings Department. Collections made,
ml all business nmmmlv attended to.
City National Bank
W. P riALI.IDAY, Presldei t.
HENUY L. II ALU DAT, VkePr.;l
A fl HAFKOltD, Cahir.
W A ' " (t HYS1.IJP, Aas'lCashter
8. Staats Tatloii,
H L. Hallidat.
Tt. II. Cr'IHOHAM,
W. V. Halmha
U. D. WlLLIAMSOM,
A D. SiTFOhD.
Exohange, Comr.tid United States
iionds Bought and Sold,
DEPOSITS received ami a Kencral Uuklng
VjUl 1 I'- Worth
To every muler of 1 hid paper who seuds n this
certillcatean.: tl we will lorwar-l , fee year.
'The Tr.wure " a nnighiiicent lllustrsted
Moi.thly Journal and lloiloekctLi.T,1, MiuiHZ.iie.
und ouc c.i),y of our new nnti eli i..tt pn mium
"AKINU A lit ' '
A niaster iece nl tlie Diissel.lorf school f.f genre
liainti k'. b Prof. Jordun. m.e J"'.!..1... ei-
eciwed in the highest style of the art Itituil
price ot, allien is r-, ami a copy of the lollow
uig biniiMliil poem descriptive of Ihe chrumo, in
elegant illuminated colors forfrainiiiK.
Ayi but wait, good wile, a minute;
I have llrtt a word to say ;
I'o you know what to iIut is?
Mother, 'tis our wediiiug day I
.Inst as now. we eat at upier
when the guests hud goneawnyi
Toll tat Unit fcidc, I rat this side,
f oriy years ago to-day!
Then what plans we laid together;
What brave things I niennt to do!
Could wedrenru to-dur would Mini us
Al this table me and you?
Hitter so, no doubt-and yet I
Sometimes think I cannot tell
II ol our boy ah, yes! I know, chair
Ves, He doeth all things well.
Well we've had our joys and sorrows,
Shared our smiles as well as tears ;
And the best of all -I've hud your
r uillilul love lor forty years!
Poor we've been, but not forsaken!
(uief we've known, but never shame
Failier forTliyn,,lcs mercies
still wc bless Thy Holy name:
This is a rare chance
for you to make mon
liirce rash commis
sion and give you exclusive territory, icud
us oue ilollur, avoid unnecessary eornpon.
ilence, receive your lerrlioiy, iimlgoto work at
otiee. I pon receiit of which we will I'orwan..
agent's outilt, eertifkutc of agency, etc. (ptcl
men copies l'i cents, none free.
Address The Ireaeure Puoliahinff Co,
Xo. Vitfdar street. New York'!
Kiwllsli BrusMtls. Three Ply sna infrralni
also, Stair Carprts,Velvet Rugs, (Jromh
Cloths, Oil Cloths, etc., very cheap
at the Old Place
112 FULTON ST.. NEW YOBK;
Carpets carefully packed ardseht to an.
part of the United SUtcs Iree of charge.
J A, BENDALIr
TV.la! nr -H -ft-fecae.
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IrpilK BULLETIN is published every morni? '
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payable weekly. By Mail, (in advanoe), 10 per J
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month, tl 25.
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'if icner and art. ihe wars ukdy tu conv.iise
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The Leonard M
41 ba.rclay st new yore".
All siaTerers frnn) thl disease that arc
iwijrioin to ho cured should try lr. Klss-ai-'ti
Ceiniirated Consumptive Powders.
Teso powders arc the on'y pn psralion
knwen that will euro Consumption and all
Ulvemsjs or.the throat and luiig-lndeed,
to stionr is ouruilh in them, and a,so to
eonviikK you that Ihey arc CO humbug, we
will fors-md to .v )y sullcrer, by mail
postpaid, a froo triif. box.
We tlot' t want youruioiiepintl! yon nro
perlertlv mlislioil ot their curative powers.
If you Ill's, is wortli-witfjfijf. don't delay In
giving the-: powUeru a lsl, is they wit
kiiriilv it 1 1 tA Lllll
Price, lor hu ge box. V. sent to nny part
or the Lnites! States or ( aqadati iuilon
reetiptorprioe. Atldrous, -
3'W FulUn Stnet.Ueotlf u. V. .
KOT1CB OF FINAL 8 H LLMKNT.
Estate of Thomas E. Sullivan, deceased.
To w hom it may concern IMoase tsko no
tice that I have tiled my niutl account ss
Adinmlstrator ofsld estate, and l sluill l'
tdy to the county court or Alexander
county, sitting ss a court of probata, a t th..
June term thersef. ivlt: on the thlt.l
Monday of Juno, A. I . 1 for" snd
tinul dlschargo Horn all lurlller liuhlllly as
Cairo, 111., May 1M. 187'. tUl.
HOLES ALU AND RETAIL.
IU TFE CITY.
Poor's Sold Very Close.
Jr-rner 19'.h g'.. anrt CommArclaJ Asr.
C 0 PATTES & CO.
STHATT0N & BIRD,
AOENT3 AMEHICA.V fOWTjif CO
M Ohio Lnvoe.
G. D WILLIAIklSON,
And lietiler in
DO AT STORES,
5e. 78 OHIO JLXVE.
I'KL,. Vba'.'.i Uiji mi
1 t.)j 1 1 1.; 1 H'l'.i u 1 1
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