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and Waahicffton Avenue,
. . Olro, Illinois
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p.m.: Sunday fro in 7to9u.m. Mwmy
urtiur h:uu .m. to o:uu p.m.
:U: J Illinois Central KB
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Cairo, Arkansas A
Texas R R Dally.
Ohli Biver Rout
Mint. Kiver Hniite
Up, Sun. Tu. Fri.
Friday A Saturday
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ST. LOUISRON MOUNTAIN
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st. loots i
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Ur'.ts and KastHt. Louis, with all other
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34 Miles the Shortest to
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M ALL OTHER ROADS
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ii.riRS BROTHBHS.New Tort.
Far, on the brio it of day,
Thou stsudest ss the herald of the dawn,
Ere lades the night's last dickering spark
In the rich blaze of morn.
Above the eternal tnowi.
Hie winter scattered on th mountain
To shroud the eenturlee, thy visage glows
With prophetle light.
Calm is thine swlul brow:
As when tbine presence shrined divinity,
Between the flaming cherubim, to now
Its sliud'low dings to thee.
Yet, is an alible mild,
Thou, in the torrid moon, with shelter Ing
Dost oVr the earth, 11 on a weary child,
A soothing Influence bring.
And when the evening dies,
Still to thy fringed vesture cleaves tbe light,
The last sad glimmer of her tearful eyes,
On tbe dark verge ol night.
So, soon thy glorious wane!
Thou, too, must mourn the roie of morn
Cold creeps the latal shaddow o'r tiiy
And settles on thy head.
And, while tbe wistful eye
Vesrns for the charm that wooed its rav
Thy synipatny of nature wakes a sigh,
And thus lti thought betrays.
Thou, like the cloud, my soul.
Dot, In tbyneli, ol beauty naught posses;
Devoid tbe light of Heaven, a vapor !oti),
l be veil of nothingness.
GENERAL SHERMAN'S FRIEND.
A Sllnatrel Whose Danclaa; Hcroia-
mrnons si i in i at tteterunent
(New York Sun, June 10.)
"Vet, sir, I suspect that I am one of tbe
oldext, if not tbe very oldest, living min
strel." The speaker was a red-faced Jovial
personage, with a grizzled moustache,
who looked as though he had enjoyed and
suffered bis share ol the gaod and bad
tbingi of this life, lie was found in a little
hotel on Sixth avenue, whose proprietor
was once a minstrel and owner of the fatal
emerald that Tony Pah tor pounded to dust
that it migh. bring barm to no more of tbe
profefslon. "But I promised to fell you
about Fred Wllion and Sberman," contln
usd tbe ancient minstrel. "Well, when
Wilson was running his opera-house in St.
Louis in I $67, Oeoeral Sherman was a fre
quent and generous patron. lie liked r red,
and he used, when he had a poor house
I was connected with tho tropje to pay
tbe admission of what children there hap
pened 'o be waiting around the entrance,
and thus Oil tbe benches. What sort ol a
man Is WiUonMVell, be is a biir, broad
chetted, pug nosed English bully, that's
what he Is, and be was the man that tint
introduced clog dancing into this country.
1 saw a notice saying that Tim Hayes no
relation t) Rutherford, you folks esy
who died lately, was the original c og
dancer, but be wasn't. Billy was a good
fellow for all his pug-nose, and, as I said,
Sherman liked him. We used olten to go
up to tbe general's house and give him a
serenade, and be always Invited s In, and
then you bet we had a blgn old time. The
general used to return tbe compliment,
too, and come nd see us, and tben we U d
a b gbertlme than ever. But tbe bouses
grew illinmer and slimmer, and at lat
Wilson bad to clone up, and the high old
times seemed at an end. .When tbe worst
had happened Wilson went to Sherman
and told blm be was in a whole, an t what
do you tbink tbe general did? He bad
him made United State Marshal to China,
by thucder, and so oS Wilson goes, with
his wife and servants, and travels at the
Government expense from San Francisco
to Australia and to to China. He stayed
there two years doing nothing, I do be
lieve, but traveling around and pocketing
his salary. He could't do much, I know,
tor he was an ignorant fellow, and only
knew bow to dance. Well, at the end of
two years, he came back very suddenly,
and I suspect be was recalled on account
of Incompetency. Although he went away
poor, he brought back with blm lots of
Chinese dresses and ouriositles. He wore
on his shirt bosom, the last time I saw blm,
a big pearl, dassped in the claw of an eagle,
which bauble had decended from one great
Mogul to another since Confueias. But the
best thing he broHghtfront China was his
Imitations of the heathen. He learned their
lingo, and he Is In England now with bis
Chinese dresses, and makli'g a bit with hie
pigeon English. I was with him there not
two months ago. When be first cot back
from China be joined Coloaol Wagner's
troupe, where I was then, and be used to
tell lots ot stories about bis Eastern experi
ences. What were bis duties when la
China? Well, I don't know, and I don't
believe he did. He called himself a United
States Marshal and Detactlve. It was a
great bit oi luck certainly. Fred did some
thing whilo thoro, though. He got to he
could talkee, talkce, pretty well, and that's
a good two years' job, He talki so well,
that ou:o when be met a Chinaman In St.
Louis whom be had known in Hong Kong,
or somewhere, be was glibber, I thought,
than tbe heathen fellow."
W. H. MAEEAN.M.D.
Emitlio f-jsiriifl ad Surgeon
Dr. Drlgbamie Successor,)
Offloo 136 Commercial Ave.
M-lm Cairo, Illinois.
Special attention given to the t Nat men
Chronic OU eases and diseases peculiar, to
etxVsat, aBullanlsv ml1dHnr. 0ma Wrlaa Btawwt m
CAIRO, ILLINOIS SUNDAY, JUNE 17 1877..
Eyanavllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Faduoah, Shawnexjtvm, Eranc
vlll, LoultrriUe), Cirxoiiinatl
and all way landings.
The elegant side-wheel
JTaxtbji B. i u ..Matter
JWtai.as PaKjiixaTox..... Clark
Will have Cairo every W1DHK8DAT at
Tae tset steamer
Ban Howard ....
Leaves Caire every SATDBDAT.
Each boat make dose connections at Cairo
with nrst-claas steamers for 8t. Louis. aUm
phii i and New Orleans, and at KvansviBe with
IheK. AC. it. tt for all points NorU and East,
endwiththe Louiaville Mail steamers foall
points OB the UdDCT Ohtn. a-tvinv thntnrti .
eelpta en freight and passengers to all points
tor urther information apply to
J AMKS BIGGS, Passenger Agent.
J. M. PHILLIPS, j Agents.
. Or to O. J. OBAMalEB,
superintendent and General Freight Agent,
1M- Kvanaville Indiana.
CHARTERED MARCH II, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIBO
A. B. 8 AFFORD, President,
fl 8 TATLOK. Vice President.
W. BTSLOP, Seo'y and Treasurer.
P.W. Barclay, Chab Galisbrb,
f. at . BTOCBrLRTR, PadlG Scrub,
B, H. CmxiHonAit, H.L.Haludat,
J. M. Pauxus.
INTEUE8T paid an deposits at tbe rate oi sdx
percent per annum, atarea lataud Bvra
xt ist. Interest noi wlmurawn ia added iiuik
liately to the principal of the deposits, thereby
riving them oomixjund Interest
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else oan draw it.
Open every business day from As. m. to 8 p.m
a 1 Saturday evenings for savings deposits Only
rome to 8 o'clock.
W. HTSXOP. Treasrmrer.
t Brow. President. H. Wells, Cannier
P. Keff. Vice 1'res't. T. J. Kertb. Asst. ssb'r
iiiiE rm mi
Corner Commercial Awe. and Ht Streerr.
f. Bross. Cairo
Wm. Kluge, Cairo.
I. Neff, Cairo
A, Susan ka, Cairo.
B. L. Btllinraley, . Louis.
ii. wens, cairo.
F. H. Rrinkman, Su Louis,
J. T. Clemson, Caledonia.
.1 Oewcrskl Banklns; BaBlnea !.
EyExchange sold and bought. Interest paid
a toe Savings Department. Collections made,
nd all business ororuDtlv attended to.
City National Bank
W. P. HALUDAY, President.
RK.NBY L. HALLTDAY, VlosPrest.
A. II. SAFFOKD.Cashlet,
WAI TFH HYSLOP, Aas'tCuhier.
8. Staats Tatlor, K. H. Cotvnr omam,
H L. Hallidat, W. P. Hau.i pat
O, I). Williamson, STRnian 111 p,
A , B, SarroRD,
Kxohange, Coin and Unit id StatM
jtonas Bougnt ana Bold.
"TvEPOSITB received and a g atral caaklait
O. HABBISON LB ACH, II D
Ecpeelal attention riven M Homeopathlti
treatment ol surgioeruUeBs, all ebronlt
diseases and dlseasee ol vromsa and chill
dren. Ottlce on CoomeT'ilal avenue near
Mntaitreet. CAIBO, ILL.
WHOLXSAJJi AJfD BJtTAIL.
IN TBM CITY.
Oooda Sold Very Close.
Ootmer 1S J1 SH. am OommerolaJ Av,
C. O. PATTER A CO.
STRATT0N ft BIRD,
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tl Ohio IsTsa.
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. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
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$00 15 outfit free, U. HALLAT A CO., Port
every portion of tbe body sympathizes with the
r. or we mnoraer. . w hen Uie stomacn talis to
perform its funcUons, the liver, bowels, nerve,
reins, arteries, eto , aro all more of less affected
These udwuneots require a medicine, combin
ing tbe properties of a stomachic, an alterative,
a purgative, a tonic, and a sedative to bring
tiiem back to tbeir duty; and all these element,
in their purest and most effective- forms, are
Tarru.'i llmmi Sslizn Lml
thi great saline remedy for Indigestion, and Its
concomitant coasetuens, Sold by all drug
ti tT7 w " Agents. BIO OtTTFIT
jj lt xRKE. P. O. VICKERY, Au-
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TffE BLACK HILLS.
By It, X. Magulre, who spent 12 years in ihls
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praapects, agriculiural and grazing resources,
climate, hunting and fishing, Indians, and set
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can be given without the knowledge o. tbe pa-
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Permanent cures guaranteed in botb
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UEKRS A CO., Birmingluun, Conn
was awardvd the bluest prize at tbe centennial
eiposition for its line cbew.ng qualities, ttie ei
o flenoe and lasting eharacter ol its sweeteDing
and flavoring. If you want the best tobacco
ever made aak your grocer for this, and sec
that each plug bean our blue stripe trade mark
with words Jackson.1 lkui on it. Sold by all
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73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Vational leak Boildisf, np-stalri.
The OldewtEatabllahed Agenoy In BouttJ
arn IlUnoia, repreeenUng ovw
IBS OOP OOP
Tbe Southern Hotel burned down, and
ft how many people carry their own
a, an at ones to llennr Wells, (Jeuersl
Agent, and have your property insured at
Ihe lose of
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Obtain a Lite Insurance Policy at once,
since one-tenth ot all the deaths In tbe
United Htatei ii Uie result of accidents.
Tbie is no
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tain any taad or arssnio or any other poisonous
DUlter wBev r
MT. CARBON(Blg Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the oar-load
i,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
jromptly attended to.
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aianufaoturers, we are prepare
to supply any quantity, by th
aiontfi or year, at uniform rates.
CAI10 CITY VOAL COXYAIT.
rt-Halllday Bro.'s office, No. 10 Ohio Levee.
sTF-tiainaay Mro.'s wnarrooat.
IT At KcTDtian Mills, or
it" At the Coal Dump, foot ef Tnuty-Kightb
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Phyiiolan fc SurKon.
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KesldetMsTbirtettiUi street, west ol Waahlngtoa
VOBTT YEAtU BETOSli tnt PtTMUII, '
Dk. C. M?LANE'S
roa tub ct'Ri or
ft-witis or Liver Corfiplaint,
. . .wlA ANU SICK HEADACHE.
Sni)toms of a Diseased liver.
1)AIN iii the right side, under the
i'r ot'tlie ribs, increases on pres- "
ni.es tl.e pain is in the left
' -i t is rarely able to lie
li ' lin es the pain
' 1 i -lUle, and
. ' ' ti.e too of
il l . v Dili, r, .. . amies mis-
tj'vn tor an ,,, m the arm.
Tlic stovnai ii !. . ii with los3of
.4 I etite and u L ' .-, j the bowels in
general are ct-.tiv.", : .Mint-times alter
native with lax ; tlx- Wid is troubled,
with l ain, a ccii'i mied with a dull,
heavy sensation in the lack part.
There is generally aronsiderableloss
ofmcmory.acconipr.nicd with a pain
ful sensation of having left undone
something which ought to have been
done. A slight, dry tough is some,
times an attendant, j The patient
complains of weariness and debility,
he is easily startled, his feet are cold
or burning, and h complains of a
prickly sensation of the skin ; hit
spirits are ?ov; and although he ij
satisfied that exercise would be bene
ficial to him, yet he can scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to trj
it. In fact, he distrusts every rem
edy. Several of the above symp
toms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred v. here few of them ex
isted, yet examination of the body,
after death, has shown the liver to
have been extensively deranged.
AGUE AM) FEVER.
Dr. C. Miami's I.iver Pills,
IN CASES OF Aci T. AND 1 KVER, wllCIl
taken with Quinine, are productive
of the most happy results. No better
cathartic can be u id, preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine. We
would advise all who are afflicted
with this disease to give them A
lor all Bilious derangements, and
as a simple purgative, they are un
BEWARK OF IMITATIONS.-
The genuine Dk. C. MS Lane's,
Livlk 1'iLLsare never sugar coated.
Every box has a red wax seal on
the lid, with the impulsion Dr.
MVLank's I.ivi K l'll.l s.
The genuii.c M'.I.ank's I.iver
PilLS bear the signatures of C.
jM'.Lank and 1 1 r.Mi.t; linos, on the
??:" Insist on jvur druggist or
storekee( ht giving oti the genuine
D'. C. MVJ.ni.'..," I.'ivi r Pills, pre
p.ired Iv I-'l.T.iiii:: llros.. Pittsburgh,
S:ld hy .ill ror pec table dnitrgist;,
.vv.l l oiiiin y ston.k'-'f- r-! generally.
, l' lVl" ': v ' 't've t'R. C. M'.'T.Awa'a
i.tvrt; I'ii , s .1 i .n. v - ni.nl povt pa:ti to aiiv
! 1 -'!U S:..f.., otw box ui f.Ils to'l
N.rmy live 'V:t .
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O'dALLAHAN & HAIL,
dutttinng h Specialty
A y nTy in
1 1 I ..
Between Waihington and Coaimercisl Avenue.
Transient Rates: $180 Per Day,
Weekly and Monthly Board
ers Accommodated at
Rates to Suit tho
Tho Crystal Saloon
In Connection with European, is rurnuhetf wun
the imch styie
Is supplied with the finest w.ne. and liaurtrs and
Mixed Drinks Mad a Specialty.
HABHY V . t
R. "SMYTH" & CO.,
Wholi ssle and KetaU Dealers In
Foreign and Domeitio
OF AI.I. MIlfDN,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
. kmH. -MYTH a CO. have soastuiUT
Yl alarm stock ol tu best wod. l u nu
.1, and Klvsespacial eUeativa tolas waelesale
anutt ot the business