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CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
BINDERS AND B1(AMK BOOK
Bulletin BalUlng, r. Twjin Krea
l-i:oimtv ami ttmlrinnl Work a Specialty
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Cfflaa), Bvaaienlja. BullAlAjr, Corxx TwiUth ItiMt am TTMhUftca JLvaav.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURS DA Y,B AUGUST 6, 1877
Dckicb Hours Ktomi 7:30 it.in. to 6:30
ii.iu.; Suuilay Irom 7UUa.w. eney
- wruer :tsi a.m. to o:w p.m.
I ST. P..
-In.,., I 1 uilv
Fo.JU ) Jilt. Central B B
10 :0M Cairo A Vlncennea
Cairo, Arkansas C
Texas K K Kaily.
Ohla lver Route
ll.ilv nvn't MkuiImv
( Miaa. River Hotile
I I'n Hun. Til. frl
U. W. MtKsAlo, P. M",
8T. LOUIS.IR0N MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
lLrM!i! leavee Cairn dally ! '" p. rn
iiliirnii arrive at Lmm Hull .,.:'. ni
A. 1 uliillKKlullnu leaves I .Mini daily l:Oia. m
t.i'j.iftirilLiion .rrlvei, djllv texct P
tilvi .11 Sa
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
HMK train, nt thin winiiiMiiy connect Ml SI
1 Mr.l Mint r.astht. Louis, witb Mil utter
jia to the Xirlll, r.enai null meai.
i eavt Cairo.
Arrire Ml "t . Louie
. Mi a re
.'. .'Op ru
L-ave Knit ft. I. Mil" :1". a ni
mi Cairo - p.in
W II. M l rAKl..II,
Ticket and Kr-ir)t Arrit, I airo.
J. A. WKV1. imuirHl 1'a.seim-r Agent.;
J. , Alii. LI., Atnl ul Cairo
JAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
61 Miles the Shortest Route
47 Miles the Shortest to
.wiitr, csassAii mm
34 Miles the Shortest to
liiiaipsli., ftiiiplii !'w M
iiX. HOURS SAVED
nYM 'I MAIN UK
ALL OTHER ROADS
Making Samo Connections,
i KMMfcntrrt by other rout to mak
Jonat:tion must itae.au nim wsui
tliat fioiu Oil to His Hour t
mall country atatlos for
train of oouneitinir roail.
UsDienibGr that fact and take our
6:00 a. ui. Train, .reaching
'IfMiM Ivavc muiI arrive at taiio. at fulUwe.
Mail Ln ':-0 . m
Muni 7 :3" ji. ru.
MhiI TTir lO--11 V-
;,IMl " lu.
lliroufli ti'.k'ta anil rhtrk'. to all liiiporiuut
r. A. KILLER, H. L. KORKILL,
(ia r.Af't. Omiral flip
h. B. ( HIRCH,
"THE WASHINGTON CITY ROUTE"
IMS i m 1 1
THE SHOKTEST, QUICKEST
ONLY DIEECT ROUTE
With direct Connection! lor
) UJMttWfy lUIIViUl
FB!UDLPH!i M Ml SOST027
Traveler! desirlDg a
kr'KKDY, I'LKASANT and t'OMFOKT
ABLE Tit II'.
Suould remember tliat'the
BALTIMORE ia OHIO RAILROAD
.Is celeliraled lor IU
Klun,iut CoacIioD, Splendid Hotel, Urand
Mild Beautiful Huiintaln lind Valley
(iconeiy, and the many point
Historical Interest Along
Far will ALWAYS be ai LOW
ai by any har Line,
PULLMAN PALACE CAB
Western and Eastern Cities.
Fur through tickets, tmfrpage ohenk!,
movement of traiim, leeilng rar acoom.
uiodstlonH, etc., etc., apply at ticket utilce
at all principal poluli.
NORTH, SOUTH, EAST or WEST
. Doner. I'. M- Cole
I't Oen. TiokftAKt. Ucn.Tickii aftf
i. P, Barry, Tito. It. Sharp,
. Aiit. alaater of Ttansp'a
SEVEN WEEKS IN A SMALL
Ill TajaK ol t'aptalu CrpO ana Ilia
Wife Aeroaa tl Atlaallr.
A oorruHpondent of the Lorn Ion Daily
Seu at i'euzanoMpcakifiKOl the arrival
at flint niac ot caiitain i rapo ana nu
wile, wlio lelt New licdlord on May 2 in
a Hiiiull tKiuU, aayi: ' The voyue Was
coumieni(l on May zn. W Dca llie vessol
lelt .New Btdlurd, kut Dy !ire ot wi ulli'
er Bhe had to put Into Chatham, llan.,
where sue aUycu until the ol Jiiiii;,
when the nail were Bain hoinlod, and
the little pygmy lelt on her perilous voy
age vltb a lair wiutL All went well lor
three days, the wind being Houlhwext
and the ea ralui. The windthen cliaujf
ed to aoulheast. and It came on logy lor
lour days, nnd conumied logy up
to the time when ttvy reacheii
the Grand IJ.iuk", i-vi-iiUen
day out. ik-re a uiuel fortunate thlnj;
happened lur the navigator.''. 1'he drogu
wIikjIi tln-y had broujjlit with them wa,
lound to be ot htlle um-, bi-tuue it wa
loo lii'lit. While oil the banka they wv
a keg floating, w hii:h luckily they were
able tu a cure. Captain Crapo knocked
oil the iron hoop, and with some can
Ya made a new drogue which answen d
admirably. When it Is considered that
at one part ol the voy'W they were
obliged to he to lor nearly three d:iys in
a Krt-at (rule ol wind, il will need no
etlort to imagine what a lortunate a -piUiun
the new drogue wan. After leav
ing the bank", where tliey lay to In a
gale lor lilleeii hours, Ihu weatlier im
proved, and they tailed on till
the Ist of June, "when another jrale
was eucouniere I. While lying
to, the New Uedford spoke the
!teatner Butavia, Irom which usMPtaix-e
wa olkrcd, and the juVt w a-s Uiade to
takethciii on board, which was plucklJy
declined. Aller thi.-i incident tliey en-
counteiifd a succ4:Snion ol gales, the on
ly wonder being that tlwy survived to
tell the story, I luring the voyage,
which occupied forty-nine days, the rud
der broke, but luippily there wu.i u spare
oar on board, winch was ucd until lhs
the llrst could be repaired. 'The w-as
were niiirniu' uiounlaliiii iiiifh, and dur
ing lliiit time, even when lying down
to rent, thev had to He on wet ciottn-s
On one occasion the captain was for
..eventv hours Kteerlnir without- reliel
the weal her beine so Irightiui, anu on
another he was el"tit'n hours consec
utively attending to the drogue. Cap
tain Crapo aid he could not have stood
another lllteen di ys; indeed, he had not
lt-pt h.r Miventy hours w hen he landed.
His average sleep while coming acro--was
under lour hours a day. Anion,;
the many extraordinary things con
necbd with the vovasre i that it had to
be run by dead reckoning, as the -New
fiedford was not coualto a chronometer.
Only on two occasions could they
get their longitude. When spffakit
the two vessels Captain Crapo had in
teridi il to make lor Falmouth, but the
wind was ajfainst it. Captain and Mrs.
Crapo Deemed wonderfully well after the
hardships they had undergone, though
the Caiitain has a bad hand, and when he
ante, nn shore bU other hand was hrruly
clenched after seventy hours' fteerlng.
The house they flopped at was invaded
by persons eager to shake hands with so
brave a counle. The boat was also visit
ed by number, t aptain Crapo think? of
eoing on to ralinoutn, anu aiierwaw to
London and the 1'aris Kxhibltion."
WOMEN WHO WASH
Oct SVi"Uine for Next Monday'! Washing.
Three Hours' Rest
E KKY I'ACKAGEOF WASHI.M .
A new and grand labor-saving inveitlon
eonimeoded by tbe most IntelhL'eDt nnl
ractieal housekeecers in the country.
Washes like tnairic without ioiurine clotti-
lng or hands In the slightest manner. oll
by all groceri. Trice, 10 cent.
SKABI'RT 4 JOHNSON.
il l'latt street, N. V.
LiTUicrol-iV Kros. will supply trade in
II. Ul'LKKY, I). T. L.1NIAII, J. M. LAfttDtN
MULKEY UNEGAR & LANSOEN,
Attorneys at Law,
OFKIi K: (oniiiifrcial Avenue, at offlc ol
iiieirar ft Iuii'len J-z;..ini
Sun pleau; cupv.
BOOTS & SHOES
Coffee, Sugar & Syruu,
Specialty in Teas.
Goods Delivered Promptly.
p ia Attention 1'aid to
NKlUTaZOR DA V TIME,
riKbthHtreet,, - Cairo,; lllliioU.
THE ltest Quality of MEATS always
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WIi1im1 and Retail Dleri la
Foreign and Domestio
U IMLS OF ALL lilNDN,
No. 00 Ohio Levee,
MESBBf. SMTTU i CO. bin soututly
larff awx:k ol M Ut Ruuil lii lli sau
ot, anil frivMpcial atitnuu to lb 1''T luaal.
aura ol tna dumidm
St. Charles Hotel,
PRISES llim TO SUIT THE T2UES
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2.50 per Day.
Room and Board, 3d Floor S2 .00 Per Da
Special Rate br Weak er Moata
A limits! numlr of vrrv ilesirahl tarn
rooms cm a bt securvd Ml rauouuble rule lor th
uinmrr m on tin
The rit. L'tiMrlen is the lanreatanrt best miidoId
rd House in .Southern Illinois, anil ia Ui lead
nnu-i iu Cairo, orwmitwHiiiur the "H
IdK'k" reiluction in brkw. tit tahl will.
UBUMl.be lilwmlly auniiliel with the very
of everyUiini; tliat can b found in market .
t ine luiye sum pie rooms for cummercial t
tiers, on K'nund floor, freof e.hartre.
XT A n wiKnuire of iriiirMU conveyeU to anil Iron
the liottl williout clifirxe.
r.. n .. kw
The Stenm Kerryboat
Will be run regularly, leaving Green-
tield'i landini; at 7. ( and 11 o'clock a.m.;
1 io, :t::i0 and ::-ii o'clock p.m. during each
tin Sunday he will leave the landing at
and lUocloek a.m. and at U.m., sad at
St. Louis; Mo.
TE0S. A. BICE, A.M.L. L.B..)
US. SICE, A. V., Principals
J. H. HUSW00D, J
FULL LIFE SCHOUHSHIP. S8I 00
MOST Cormilete, Thorough and Prwtica
coiixw of riuily In the L'nurd buu-da
ioure indipenihl to eVfty youns '10 eu
brkiL oa the m ol Ule.
For IUuitrated Cirrular,
1 IIOS. A. UlCfc.. A. AI., L. B
nrr.An no ats.
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawoeetown, Evans
villo, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
Tbe tleR-ant aide-wheel steanier
A'a.ltir B. rjrKIMOTOH-.-. Uaater
Juabxkh Pinninuton Clerk
I Will leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY at
o'cioca b. m.
The fleet mvainer
Ben Howard Master
Ku. Tuomaii Clerk
iAMfeitair every SATURDAY.
Each boat makes clot connections at Cairo
with flral-clasa ateamenfor ol. Louis, Mum
pine aud New Orleans, aad at Evanavill with
Ibt K. AC. K. K. for all point NortkauU East,
and with the Louiaville Mail flteaniera foxall
liointaoBUi Upper Ohio, giving through re
ceipt en freight, and passenger to all point
for urtker Information apply to
.JAMKS 1I1UUS, ramenger Agent.
Or to U.J.URAMHKR,
rfupenutendent aud General Frtigbt Agent,
liKH-'iu-lv. Lvanivill lurfiMiia.
Estate ol Timothy O'Callahan . deceased
The undersigned, having been appointed
administratrix of the estate ot Timothy
O'Callaban, late ot the county of Alexander
and State of Illluols, deceased, hereby gives
notice that she will appear before the
county court ol Alexander county, at the
court beuse In Cairo at the August term,
on the third Monday in August next, at
which time all persons having claims
against said estate are notified and re
quested to attend for tbe purpose ol having
the same adjusted. All persons Indebted
to said estate are requested to make imme
diate payment to tbe undersigned.
Dated this llltb day of June, A, D. 1477.
tlKIDOIT O' t'ALLNB.N,
Ciiv Ho. 2
r Hrnaa. Prealdent. H, Weill, hihu.
P. Keff, Vice Prse't T. J. Earth. Ami. ub'r
MM M mi
Corner Commercial Ave. and St fitreot
P. Broa. Cairo. Wm. Klum, Cairo.
I'. Neff. Cairo. Wm. Wolie. Cam,
A . Suaanka, Cairo. K.L. BIlliM.kj.st, LouU,
T H. Brlnkman, St. LouU,
J. T. Cloioa, Caledonia.
A (iaaoral ttaaalac Boaloee Demo,
tJ-Eichanf sold and bougbt. lamatt paid
we sBTinga uepaniueni. uoiIMIloa
nd all busiD croinuUr atunded to.
B. F. Blake
iPaints, Oils, Varnishes,
r7all Paper, Window Olais, Win
dow Snades, &o.
Alwaya ob band, tbe celebrated illuniiutln
ATltOIl A OIL.
Corner Eleventh Btreet aad Waahlne
Public aotte is hereby rtTea that b Tirtn.
of a decree ol the county court of tbt county,
of Alexander In fh .tut. it' .llinA.a
rendered at the June term ol' aaid
court, ls77. upon the aplictii of the
undersigned, to tell the rent property of the
eatat of 1-oujs Naaaanno, deceased, to par the
ueuts oi tneaame, 1, Harmon H. Black, admla
iatratur de bonis nun of the nut. oi'lvuii. V...
Ian no, hue of aaid county deceased, will aell at
piuiiic venuue, on in ira aav orsenteuiker A.l)
177 at the front door of the court bouse in the
en? oi tyairo at two o'clock p. m. el said dar
to the bigheat and beat bidder, to pay the debts
of said Jjjuls Naaaaano, deceased, lie following
urKTiueti reai eauiie. io-wii: jjoi eignt (S) in,
block aerenteen (17), in (be fir st addition tb to
city ot Cairo, aituat in said county and (tale
having thereon a tine two story brick budding
adapted for business and residence. Tbe said
property ;will be sold absolutely and ire from
any incumbrance, includlna- the the widow
dower, which will be released to tbe purchaser
without farther consideration. Terms of aalei
On thousand dollar en one-hi! f of aumlua ti
be cash in hand, and the balance In six months
nua run of ami. To dnesiul aayaaent must
lie evidracct by th purcUaaer's note drawing
is tier wm luwirii wuu person u Becuxuy,
miiu .! uiuriffaKe upon in pRUuaet Sold,
ilated August TUi lbJ7.
Ifnurii IT ni.'B-
Admlnlstratorde bonis non of tin estate of
i.ouia Meeanno. dtd
WH0UC8ATJB AMD &ETAI1V,
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 19th St. and OommeroiaJ At,
C O. FATTER & CO.
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Booflng and Qutterlnf a Specialty
Slate Rootling a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Bods, Pumpa, Stoves
JebklnB PraarnVtly Dane.
Wholesale Dealer lu .
0013) , Corner Twelfth and
ICE by the Car Load or Ton Will be
packed for shipping
yy-M. b. sjiutb
Physlolstn fc Surgeon,
Office la Winter' Block, eoraar.'Beveatk aad
Commereial Avenue, (cotreaoe dn Bvoth.
ateeldejMMTalrtetatb stmt, weal of Washington
Mark These Facts
The TNtinwrn? ef the Whole World.
"I bad ao appetite HoUowaj'i Pllligaveue
ettsarty as.'1 -
' Year PUla are marveloue."
"I scad for another box, and keen them la the
Dr. Holloway baa cured toy aeadacot that
was chroaie. 1 1
"I gave oae ol your Pills t my babe tor chol
era tuorbu. The dear little thing got Well in
" My nausea of a morelngU now cured "
"Vour box of Hollownj a Oinuueai cured ma
ef boises la the heed. 1 rubbed sow of your
Ointment behind Um ear . aad the nou hae left."
"Bend uetwe boxeei 1 want en for a poof
"1 eacloae a dollar i your price I V cenu, bnt
u suauiiHa io ui ia worm aaoiuu.
"Sand nln boxes of your Pill."
Let iu iisT thra bote of your Pills by re
tan mall, for Chills and ravar '
leave ever 200 such testimonials asthsee, bat
"i ' eyw voKueia uii u eoaeiuac.
Tor Cutaneous Disorders1
AaA .U muMb. lit mM .Mlm. ,.
uoit htvalaaW. It doe not bsal uearaally
i vw.pwiMuaw. .iu, ui. uieii swcuuis:
lavariablyor the following discuss
Disorder of the Kidneys.
In all disease affectlne these oreana. whether
they secrete too much or too liule water; or
whether they he afflicted with stone or mid. or
witb ache and rains settled in the loins over th
region of the kidneys, these Pills ebould be t-
xen accoramg e uie printed directions, and tbe
Olatment should be Web rubbed into tbe small ol
the back at bed time. Tbie treatment will giv
aluioit im mediate relief when all other means
For Stomachs Out of Order.
V. mliitln. Will mn fatilBll. . L.
tone of the stomach a Ibeae I'ihs; they remore
all acidity occasioned either by Intemperance er
Improper diet. They reach the liver and reduce
it 1.1 . IMlth. .Atlnn .th.V.M wnn.loWnllw .Mi. .
(. il 1 1 in I'.U. nf .tl.Gr.tln f ., fh.v nOK Uil in
curing all disorders o. the Uver aad stomach.
Mill I I IW A VIN PIT 1 ih.k... b .. :
tb world fur tbe following diaeaaea t Ague,
A.thrn. Ilillm.. . U I ..... I ... . . l
Skin, Bowels, Coniumption, Uebillty, Dropsy,
j v-u i j i .ipviu , iuum. Arrrauiariiiea
levers oi all kinds, riu, Uout, Ueadache, ladi-
rrti. tr. f, . ... .... 1... A , . .
e , . uuM...ou , uw.uitB i 'i n w u ui"
plaints. Lumbago, Files, Rheumatism, Reten-
..wi. ui unue, svrwiuui or atnx a iutu, eiore
Threat, Stone and iiravel Tio-Uouloureux,
Tumi... I ' I ... . . .11 i : ,.. 11. i '
. v-, s , 1 1 u i ui. u, sums, ti eaancDa
Irom any cause, etc.
None are genuine unless the signature of J.
Haydock, as ageat for tbe United Htuu-a, sur
rounds each box of rills, and Olnlui.nt. A
hamlaome reward will be given to any one ren
dering such information as may lead to the
detection of any party or parties counterfeiting
the medicines or vending the same, knswine.
them to be spurious.
V Sold at tbe minatactory of Professor Hai,.
LOWAT A Co. , Mew Turk, and by all respectable
druggists aud dealers in medicine throughout
the sivilired world, in boxes at 'i cents, t.
ceats and $1 each.
0 There 1 coasideMbl saving by taking the
Ji. B. Directions for the guidance ef patients
in every disorder are affixed to each box
Offloe, 11- a iberty St., New Tork
OHABTERXD MARCH 21, 1869
CITT NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. SATFORD. President.
8 8 TATLOB, Vice Preeideut.
W. BT8L0P, See'vand Treasurer.
P.W. Babclat, Chaj. eSioLieni,
P. M. STOcarurrB, Pabl G. Scum,
B. H. CTinrueeiAjf. H. L. Ha udav,
J. M. FaiLLirs,
rMTEOIBT paid en deposits at the rat of six
L per cent per annum, March let and Septem
ber let. Interest not withdrawn ie added lmme
llately to the principal ef the deposits, thereby
(lying them oesnuound interest
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Honey and no one
else oan draw it.
Open every builneseday from 9a.m. to t p.m.
1 j Saturday evenings for saving deposit only
tome ton o'clock.
W. HTBXOP. Tree arer.
City National Bank
W. P. HALLIDAY, President.
HENHY L. UALLIDAY, Vic Pre t.
A. 11. HAFPOUD. Cashier.
WA T B HYsLOP, Ass't Cashier.
S. Staats TATioa, R. H. CorrimjHAM,
H h. Haixioav, W. P. Uali.iat
0. I. William son, Stithim Uiao,
A. B, SArroru,
Exohange, Coin and United States
vonas jsougnt ana ooia.
DEPOSITS received and a general banking
Dealer in Fresh Meat
Between Washington andlOommereia
Ave adJolnUt Bsvasv's.
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Illustrated), by writer, oi the highest menu
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we have "A Winter on tb Nile," by Oen
HcClellan ; -eaunteriuga About Constanti
nople," by Charles Dudley Warner ; "uui
of My Window at Moscow," by Eugene
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wbose story of "Sevenoaks " gave the big
est tatitiactlon to the readers of the
The scene ot this latest novel la laid m
tbe bank, of the Hudson. The hero is a
young man who has been always "tied to a
woman's apron strings." but who. bv the
death of hi mother, ia lelt alone In the
worm to unit on the current ol hie with
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"Some Experiments In Co-operation," "A
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