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CAIRO (OTf fclNMBY,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Ballstlu BulMlns. Cor. Twelfth Btree
ifcu Waahinictoi. Atauua,
OaIi o. Xllietiolaa
CAIROILLINOIS WEDf DAUNEi3" 1871
ntv and luilroadWork Specialty
' a mo pcitopfice.
Orrici Hour too.ii 7:30 a.m. to 6:3(1
p.m.; Sunday from 7to9s.m. Monty
Order B:U0 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
:: J Illinois Central BR
In ml ltallv.
MUM. uenirni n n
Cairo, Arkansas A
Trial H U-ltailf.
Ohl Hirer Kmil
Daily exc't Monday
Kim. River Boats
Up, Sun. Tu. rri.
LHrwn.Ta Tba Hal
The bra Route
Q. W. McKiam, P.M.
ST. L0UIS,1R0K MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN E. R."
tipress leave Calrodally oo p. m
lipreseirrivesst Cairo daily . .. a. ea
Aocxmimoilatioii leave Cairn daily . liUoa m
Adojuiodsllua arrives daily (except
Bundav) - 1I:UU-
.CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
rHK trains of thii company connect at Bt
Levis and East st. Louis, with all other
to to tba M or tli, Ceaal sad Waal.
cava Cairo .. .
, s.V) a.m
, .(5p m.
; Lav East St Uuls a m
-trrir at Cairo p.ni
W II. MVCFARI.AM).
Ticket and Freight Agent, Cairo.
J. A. WENT Ucmral I'lutuir Agent..
J. A BELL, Agent at Cairo
JAIR0 & VINCENNES R. R.
61 Miles the Shortest Route
47 Miles the Shortest to
luu, mmi mimi
34 Miles the Shortest to
Ifliiawpiis, Esli$& New Id
OVEIt TRAIN Or-
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Making Same Connections,
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amali country station for
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A WONOERFUL RAINFALL.
Day a r VMiMb.
(Memphis Avalanche, June 0.)
What a waterfall! Think ol 3,(XK tone
jmrs raUve ator pouring from tu clouds on
Court tmtn ill at once nrt' exactly In
one pour, but all Inside of thirty -six boiir.
That Is the iUantity which fell between
daylUht onThur.dujr and 4 o'clock yvster
day alternoou. If was enough to load the
steamer Grand Rpuullc. If all in a bulk
and piled out ou a bank, it would make a
solid sheet of water Blue Inches deep and
wlUi an area of t wo aerei, Court ?juare
answering jmt that amouit, aid tbe rain
till being 9 and 7-10 Inches. It wax almost
4ie-four(li of the total annual rainfall for
Uils part ol tbe country, the usual amount
betux about 15 nuhes, and It was aluiost
enprecedented In extent and volume. A
whole volums. A whole month of rain
uiir.na tke wattcstpeilad of tbe past four
years did not a-eed twelve inches, and
here we have niM im hes In less han two
days. It Is enough to.uake any one stop
After a light shower on 'Thursday tbe
black inky cloud gathered on Thursduv
Bight and sent d iwn a rather more copious
sprinkle. After midnight it fell In torrent-,
dense, heavy cloud which overcast the
sky seemingly having broken loose all at
once. My 4 o'clock yesterday moruinx, uo
cording to the BljjD.al Service sergeant's
measurement, the total (all of wale: meas
ured nearly four inches. It did not let up,
but kept pouring away until a late hour ol
the day. The quantity of tail between 6
a. in, and 4 p. ui yesterday was over I've
Inches. Alter that it reased, and every
body was glad to see the tun come out
bright again, lor some timid people were
Inclined to believe a small deluge was
about lo eome Upon us.
During p-t of yesterday the waUr
p Hired down from above In such blinding
sheets that tbe l'ghtolduy was obscured,
uud stores and cilices In the city had to
light the gss. Uiver men report tfcat hu
man vision could not penetrate the rain
sheets tilty yardu, and several approaching
steamers were comj ejed to run' under
slow belit, ai If In a dense fog. The aborts
ciiuld not be made out except when the
ll.'btnlug would ft kh and let iU dim out
lines be seeu.
The coal fleet moored on tbe inland
above the city was In imminent danger of
being swamped troin the immense quantity
of water that fell in the several bot !
barges. Kx'ra bands were employed to
pump them out, and with the aid ol the
steam tugs, the rain water was kept down.
Fortunately there ws but little wiud.
Woll riv! r booms. Above the city it rose
tea teet la a few hours, and tbe main rher
iu iruiit of the city r-te twenty-two lutun
dur.ngthe tweuty-four hours ending at
o'clock yesterday. A quantity ol aw-
oi and seytral timber rafts were driven
O Jt of Woll ri.er and sent drilling rapidly
Jowu the river. Manv ol them will be loft.
Several poo.de, some a y five or six,
weie ssen ou the different scattering par
ticles of raits. They floated by tbe city
yelliug tor assistance. Tbe steam tugs
working to kee the cjal fleet clear were
too busy to rescue them. As far as known
nt e were lost It is supposed several
put out Iruin shore and brought them in at
points below the city.
UayO'0 bayou, which flows meander-
inly through tun city from toulh to north,
roie nesrly twenty feet. It covered the
Monroe street and Heal street brldg.-s, and
came up within a foot of the Madirou
street bridge. Several small out-noues
and one or two large frame structures that
fringed its bank were swept away and
wrecked. A imuieuse quantity ot debrii
and rubbish was car led down wl h the
torrent and swept into the Minsissippi
southward toward the gulf. As far as
known no loss o' life occurred, and the
damage to property was not very exten
sive. Uayous and creeks in the vicinity
Were ail flooded and out ol their banks, so
that crossing was impossible, l cople in
the country were unable to reach town
during the diy. It was fine on the grow
ing crop?, mauy of which were parched
md burning with thirst. Last night it
looked as if there might come another rain.
Tbe rain commenced pouring ogam at
10 o'clock last night, and up to 2 o'clock
this morning two additional inches of rain
must have fallen.
DBS. CANINE & WHITLOCK,
Having entered Into a co-partnership, for the
imryoie of practicini dentistry, in all Us
brandies, would respectlully inform those need
ing the services oft dental operator, that they
are prepared to attend to their wauts In every
The filling of teeth done In the mmt satislnc-
tory manner. Inserting artilictal uetitures, al
ways with a view of restoring, as tar as prac
ticable, the lost contour ami natural e.prvsnion
3t the most Improved methods and material
Teeth extruded absolutely without pain by
aung nitrous oxide gas.
They esund an Invitation to all, to call and
lee them and solir.lt a liberal allure of iheir pat
ouage. Work guaranteed. I'rlnes moderate.
CAMN'E ft Will I LOCK,
VI Uonitnerolal enue. lietwten Bill and nth ale
L . ' I - - '1
English Brussels. Three Ply and Ingrain
also, Stair Carpota.Velvel ltugs, Crumb
Cloths, Oil Cloths, etc., very cheap
t the Old Place
112 FULTOI4 ST.. NEW YORK
Carpets carefully packed and sent to an
part ol the United States tree or charge.
J A, BENDALL
IV Holts Is and Retail Dealers la
WUiKH OF ALIs KI5fliM,j
Ho. 60 Ohio Leve), . j
CATJBO, ILLS. !
yTKSSUB. PMYTII CO. have sonatantiy
lVX a large stock ol the beat good in Hie mar
et, and give especial attention to I he ttboleaal
auch of the business
Evansvllle. Cairo and MemDhiaiUuUe11''
Paducab, Shawneetown, Evanc
ville, Louitville, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
The elegant side-wheel steamer
Valtxh B. I'lsswoTox Uuter
JiiAHLsa I'axmjiuTos , ,, Clerk
Will leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY at C
o'clock v. m.
The fleet ettim.tr
leaves Cairo every SATL'RUAV.
Each twat makes close connections at Cairo
with nrstrciaaa steamers for tit. Louis, Utiu
phis and New Orleans, and at Evansville with
IheK. AC. U.K. for all points North and East,
nd with tbe Louisville Mail Steamers fouall
points on tlie Upper Ohio, giving through re
eelpta on freights and passengers to ail points
j.IXEs niliG-, Passenger Agent.
HALUDA Y BHOH., I Amnfc
J. M. PHLLUl'S, p"'
Or to U. J GBAMMER,
superintendent and General FraiKht Agent,
MT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the oar-load
;,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
jromptlv attended to.
pgr To large consumers and a
manufacturers, we are prepare
So supply any quantity, by th
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAISO CITT COAX COMPANY.
rt-IIalllilay Bro.'s jffloe, No. 70OhloLevee.
tf-ilairidtty Bro.'s wharf boat.
rrAt Kgyiitian amis, or
iAt tbe Coal Pump, foot of Tmrty-Klghth
t"l'08t Office Drawer. 80(1
BOOTS & SHOES
Coffee. Sugar Sc. Syrnv,
Goods Delivered Promptly.
Public notice is hereby given ti theheirs
of Usniel M. Jones, deceased, and to all
other persons whom It may concern, that 1
will apply to the county court ot Alexan
der count v, Illinois, on the 10th day of June
1877, ol the June term It 77 of said court,
to be hold an at the court bouse In
Cairo, In said county, on tho third Mon
day ol June 1877, for an order ol court au
tborUIng tbe undersigned to sell and corn
pound tno desperate notes and accounts
claims and demands due tbe estito of
Daniel M. Jones, deceased.
June 6, 1877. dtd Administratrix. '
iVOAtsi-e, floe rosewood (0t iued
(7ar tu iw.'"tli'), cut s; VI,
Vmiit muniiH ml Mkijlenull. I.ti-tl tiuv.
Sgjlus. Nearly new. r."1; J .tups l .
a SV'JIi li Winn.- T.li.i.. A.i. .1
(tea. fttH1 organs Si wnui-Hii., jn-wv uinut-
lest tr uncle, vr. u, fint on u
lldsvs' tsl trial,
Uonerrul'uiidiHl and irnii.!
Ait uts wanted Diwount to tpclieM, niluliteri
et. Addrt JUantel K. Ihiitly, aliingtua,
i &,( a week in your
own town. Terrrm nn.1
i WJ ..oullitlree,
11. HAU.hT A CO., Port-
ro Itmioiinl lotnlidN. In sickness
eveiy iiortion of the body j nipathues with the
sut of the Uuorder, When tlie stomach lulls W
prfirm as I'liustloiis, the liver, bowels, nerves
yeim, srterlea, etc , ure all ior of lues sliVeti-d
I heHe ueliiiinentt reijuire a n.eilicine, cijiilitu
lug the properties ol . stomavhic, ail alterative,
a purgative, a tonic, mi I a sedative to bring
them buck to (beir ilutv: uniinii n,p- lHnn.
in their purest and ru'.ut effective lorim, are
Itej to Maittl
un greit saline remedy fr ir.diirestion. and its 1
cyuiiouiiunieonM-ijueuje. Sulii by all dm"
$55 to $77 u,i'5flitf loof'TKiT
. , , '!-E. I, u. VICKkKV, Au
gusta, iUlne. '
day at home. Azenta wanted. Outfit
and terms free. IKLfc CO.. Amiuta.
THE BLACK HILLS.
By II, N. Magulre, who upent 12 year in this
region. Latent accounts of gold and silver
pr soects, aariculiural Hnd irrHz nir r....,
v'n"; iMuiuiiK nii'i ui.)ii.g, jnuians, anu fct-
iier.- aoveniwrea Willi them, mining and wild
"jeatern hfe, the waterfalls, boiling gcvifis,
ngljle scenery, iinminae gorgts, etc. With 7
fine illii trutions, and new man. Price ONLY
loLt.M. .-olil by a'.l lieu i lraler. or sent
postpaid lor 12 cents by liUNNKl.l.KY, l.OY I)
SiCU, PuPlL-heri., C'ti icagi), III a ,
C. C. riKKItS M. D., fr.rmcr y of Ilostou, hi,
a harmless cure for IS I EMI'KKANCfc ffluch
cun bt giveu without the knowledge ol the tia
tltnt. Also ane for the
Permanent cur-- guaranteed in both. .t
Uruggut tor It. Acdnas
, liKKUS A CO., I'.iiiiilugham, Conn.
Was awarded the hiaheat nriieat the i;entennlal
exiKisitton lor lis tine chew ng qualities, the e-
ciieiiceanii latting enanicter ol its sweetening
and fiivoring. If you want the beat tobacco
ever made a-k your grocer for this, and ee
that tach plua loar our b;" -'riia. l-H'V"," ft
ni do asoua ivs ou ll rold by nil
jolpla-rs. S.-nd lor sample lo C. A. JACKSON
ft CO., Manufacturers. Petersburg, Yii.
Extra Fine Mixed Cards, with name
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Maiden Bridge, . Y.
e 4rt ton ier dav at home. Sampies worth
$0 10 $Ut-jfrve sllNSON A CO., Port
'Swcalo'. IsIelI apjroTraphM
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Ay i but wuit, good wile, a minute;
1 have III st a word to nay ;
To you kuow what to day is
Mother, 'tis our wedding day!
Just as now, we sut at supier
when thegnestn had gone awnvj
Y ou tat that side, 1 tat this side,
r'orty years ago to-day I
Then what plans we laid together!
W hut brave things I meant to do !
Could wedreiim to-duv would Uud us
At this Uible-me und vouV
Hotter us, no doubt and yet I
oiiictiliies think I cannot tell
ll.nl our boy ah, yes I 1 know, dear
Yes, tie doeth all things well.
Well we've had our joys and sorrows,
Shared our miles as well us tears j
And the liest of all -I've hud your
Faithful love for forty years!
Poor we've been, hut not forsaken t
(net we've known, but never aliame -Father
for Thy endless mercies
Still we bless Thy llolyuamei
This Is a rnre chance
Tor you to make mon
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41 BVRCLAy 3T NEW YORK
All sufferer Itom this disease that are
anxious to b cured should try !r Ki-s-ner's
Celebrated Consumptive V- w tiers.
I'liesepowdirs are the omy prcpuraiion
knowu that will cure Con iimption and all
diseases of the throat and luug Indeed,
to strong Is our faith in them, nud also to
convince you th t ihey are no humbug, we
will forwurd to every sufferer, by mail
postpaid, a free trial box.
e don't wnnt your money until you aie
ni'rlectly satMied ol their curative powers.
IT you 'life is worth saving, dou't delay in
giving tlicufl powders a trial, as they wll
surely etire you.
Price, lor large box, X sent to pny part
of the United .States or Canada by mail on
receipt of price. Address,
ASH Si BOBBINS,
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NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Kstftte of Thomas E. Sullivan, deceased.
To whom it may concern l'leae tske no
tice that I havo tiled my filial account as
Administrator of said es utc, and "bull Bp
ply to the county court of Alexander
county, sitting as a court of probate, at tlm
June term thereof, to-wlt : on the third
Mond iy nl June, A. D. 1S77, for a full and
tlnul discharge tro'n all lurther liability as
administrator of said estuto.
M.J. Mcii Al'LKY,
Cairo, III., May 21.187'. dot.
St. Louis, Mo.
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CHARTERED MijRCH 81, 1M9
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIBO
A. B. "AFFORD. President.
Jr 8 TA YLOR, Vice President.
W. IIYStOP, Seo'y and Treasurer.
P.W. BijiciaT, Cnas. QALionsa,
J. M. 8T0CKKLETB, PALt O. ScllUH,
It. H. CmrmnoHAii H. L. HALLinay,
J. M. PutLLirs.
IKTEUEST paid on deposiu at the rate ol six
per cent pr annum, March 1st and Septctn-
tiately to tho principal of the deposits, thereby
riVHlir theill rfimiutnml InhiMii 1
Harried Women and Children may
uepusn money anq no one
else can draw it,
Open every business day from 9a.m. to 8 p.m
ai satunlay evenings for savings deposits only
rom to a o'clock.
W. HYSiOP. Treasurer.
f Ilross, Presiilent.
P. Nelf, Vice pres't.
H. W.lls, Cashier.
T. J. Keith, Asst. aeh'r
Corner Commercial Ave. and tit Street
V. llross, Ciiiro. Wru. Kluge, Cairo.
I'. Sen", Cairo. Win Wolfe, Cairo.
A , Susiinku, Cairo. U I., liiltmgsley, l I.n;i
'-. Under, Cuiio. H. Wells, Cairo.
V. II. Ilrinkinan. St. I.ouis.
J. W Cleiuson, Caledonia.
beneial HHllklng Itioitiiess Itoiie
g. j i-.acuanire soul arul boiii.
a the Savings llepartnietit. Collections mad'.
ml rill business nroniorlv atiended l.i
City National Bank
iV. P. HALUDA Y , I'rcsidcnl.
IIKNRY L. HAI.LID.VY, VicePresl
A. II -tKFRl, Cashier.
vi A R 11 Y. SI. t)P, Ass't Cashier .
8. 8TAATS TiTLOn,
41 L. Hai.liday,
U I). Willi ajhnon,
It. H. Cf INttllAV,
W P. Halmhay
8TKPI1SN It HID,
A . Ii. SArroui),
Exchango, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
EPOSITS received and a general banklns
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
iooflng and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Bods, Pumps, Stovos
JohbtnaT Promptly Ttono
VC-'v v- ..snp-n.-mT la llt.'tu-aii':fiiti.'l bvxuai auw
Chvoaie I)lseal., ti.tl"'h ri-n.
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A S"ii-f'r forl'i.iniarrnil sml tl.a.d etsl. itiissu 4
rLMul Tty nnuli.:i-, on tlie liiy-ti hhi I l..iiKlu.t.
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or,li'r.,tlli''S'-i.il ''! I". s'"l U"' meansol cuie. I.S1 Mf tss
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UFD' CAL AUVICK on ts siisianil t'hmiile II,
S hiuial Vv ,k, .... C'aurrll, Un.er, lluuuie. Ihv I iiiin"
llilut A-. o.sll'u-.-e w.irk M'tilMinliT .ml lar 10 el. All
three Locks r.oC'ili"S PW snili v. rrOonjwo.li
kV,Sh-.."ih.iilMis-i, mu .eouroly seale.1 on ro.
j. lri rf SO ct. Adrtis , Or. Butts' Dispensary,
s)c l2N. 8th st..- I sails. Mo. iKw4bU.iaJ 's '
ffiQQQIss't oe mane ny every airen
jp339 every month in the business we
furnish, but those willing to work ran easily
turn a doien dollars a day right In their own lo
iulities. Hava no room to explain nere, rlusi
wss pleasant and honorable, Women, boys
tnd girls do aa well as men. We will furnish
mi a iMwiinleia outfll free. The business pays
better than anvthinc ease. We will bear e.i-
oense of starting yon. l"srtlculura lYso. W
1 U . .nrl n..u.K i.u 1 1... I nun
ml ilauirhtera. and all classes in need ol paying
cork at home, should write to us and la ru as
ibont the wot at once, now is iu usv
dm't delay. Address Taus A Co. Augusta
---au. Uartlord conn
St. Nicholas for 18
"HIS OWN MASTER."
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of riu't'.l0:1 "T9 ?TniMn "lustration,
artists V ' W"h drswln by Hlameaa
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upcrbly illustrated, contains a ycry Inters
stlotr paoer. '
"1UE BJYS OF MY BOYHOOD,"
By WiJliam Cullen Bryant i
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Proctor ; "A Christmas Play for Homes or
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P. Hale; "Poetry and CaioU of Winter,"
by Lucj Laroom, w ith pictures.
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