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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 8, lS77
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JAIR0 & VINCENNES R. R.
61 Miles the Shortest Route
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Ccun tlon. muni riiUall !''t""'t
,utt from One to oix Hour. t
"iuU country .lutioun for
tram, of tiounuetm road..
ttsiaembor that fact and take our
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it m 1 1
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With direct CoiiiicetioiH lor
PHILMPHIA, m YORK, SG5T0N
Travelors desiring a
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Should remember thatlhe
BALTIMORE .& OHIO RAILROAD
.Is celebrated lorlU
Kl.'i.iiit CoachoA, Splen lid lloteln, tlrand
and llcautilul Mountain aud Valley ,
Snnnoiy, aud the many points .
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ai by any htr tine,
PULLMAN PALACE CAR
Western and Eastern Cities.
Kor through tickets), baggage eheekii,
inovemnntor triiuiH, hU-epiog car aeeom
modatioiiH. ett., etc, ppl ttl' kot illeu
at all principal point.
K0RTB, SOUTH, EAST or WEST
i. P. Barry,
L. M Dole
Cum. Ticket Agt-
Mater of TraBip'a
MAJOR TOM OCHILTREE.
n""'e "'I Ktoriea auuiii me Ainerl-
I'Hii It.ini llriiiiinit'l.
Mucll.i (Ni'W Mexico) Inilppendtut.
j Kverybody knortnor ought to know loin
' OHilltn e, olTtxas. MujorTomOcUlltrec,
j the Americau lienu Brumuie), coiilidfiit
j of Jell'. I)uvi, lioaom li iitnd of (irant.wbo
mule lilm I'uited Mutes .MKruliul lor ).-.U;iii
i TV.ii'. Tlie moK companlona'ile, joll it-st .
j Kood-lor-uolliing fellow tint t'Vir lived ou
other iieorilc'n money, 1. Tom Oeliiltjeo ol
I (be auburn lock. Tom ktrud ill tli Colt
; li:.i'rale anny duiiiig the war, od in the
1'vdcral civil ttrvite niter the wr. 11
' '8''cr(ited the iiiiutiun" after tlt "hrW.
up." Tom alw ti accepted the nituatloD,
or anything cUe that would beol any bene
lit to Mijor Oi liiltiee. A a "tury-tollcr. a
tiinij)-pi aker and a yood Icllow generally.
In-li i no eiiul. lie In hl'.vaiH iuiieciin
lou, alwnjn iliifli. Mow Iik etl tuoney to
pend no one cjii tell; li.iw he inuoaeg to
live in :i atyle it would n-uiie a lii.lli'in
kire'a lucouie to Miiport, be probultly tan
not tell liiuiaelT. Uu one :i;aiiin Im wu
in l.iiKlami, a KUi't ol a bohlitlilail who h:u
roiue in eoi.tiwt uilli ii Ul durliiK u i"it to
thl country, and who hud fallen an ea-y
vlotini to Toiu'it uaiuipi--i'd iiupudeuce
aud powtra ol fascination. The Kuulii-h-man
had taken Tom to London aud ex
liilyitnifc' bliu to bia trieuda an a wue
Aiuericau lion. Tom win plutifiijly sup
plied with fundi- i,y In- noble ,lriend, and
w;i" cutting u trail 1 lirure. One day T om
mid hi friend met tlie l'riuce of Walea at a
club. T he nobleman a-ked permission ol
the l'riiice to ititrodui o hia Ameri. an
lrnd; leave Having been obtained, Tom
iv : ((.nna'ty Introduce 1 to tlie heir ap
pitri ill. lie grasped the royal baud :tud
hook it heartily, and then hurst out,
'Wale, old Icllow, I'm deviii-b to
know you; let's Like a L ink." Th horror
of the nobleman ua clian'd tu amue
mrnt when tin- 1'rince kvive TomV band a
hearty xhake and leplied, "jJon'ti are if I
do." ). heek earri'id ttin dav. Hut that It
liol the anecdote I fLirtcd to relate. I tell
ll a- Tom him-ell reluted I. to me. Liurini?
the war he wa nld de-eainp on th; tatl Ol
i.eneral Inek I'avlor. and va cent to carry
di.jmtcbes to Richmond reporting a severe
er'aueinent in ArkailKH. lie Was com.
pelled to cro-. iion into Texas in orderto
niskuh!-wy through the Federal linen.
Hue m.'lit he .'topped at a line iiun-'.on in
.Northern Texan. The only luembem nl
the family at home were an old lady and
her young and lovely daughter. The only
on of the lady ol the huue va alment in
the (Xiniederat i army. Tom'atonfederatt)
iinilorm secured him a hospitable reception.
Th la ly bad beard rumors of a roat bat
tle luviiie' been lou'bt and waa anxious to
obtain tidings ol hei- on. and tinally, after
Tom bad (riven a ox description ol
tlio battle, she beailaliuly inquired if be
knewtol a young otlietr named , in
the army. ''Know him, madam !" eri'-d
Tom, "why, he my bosom lrlend. we
were intimate as brothers; in the beat of
battle he fell by my Mdc; I wan with him
during bit la-t moment"; be breathed bis
last bieath in my anus." The old lady
blared at him wildly lor a moment, then
-ho cried, '"My sou : my ion and lull
laliititife' into the arms of her daughter.
The two ladies left the room, and tor hour.
Tom could bear their bitter ob. in an ad
joining apartment. When copious Hoods
of tears had alleviated their grief.tlie young
lady re-entered the room, her eye? red with
weeping, and wl Ii tear-stained cheekn, the
approached Tom and said between her
sobs, '-Moth my mother and inyaell deire
to know our name that we may always
hold It in kind remembrance lor your
friendship and devotion to our dear, de
parted George."' "Misi," laid Tom, "I
only done what was required of me an a
friend, a fo dier and a gentleman. I am
Major Ochiltree, of the Confederate army."
The young lady stepped back and respond
ed with amazement. "What '." .he died,
"arc you Tom Ochiltree':'' "Major Tom
Ochiltree ; at your er ice, Min," wa the
reply. The young lady turned, and rush
ing back to the other room, cried out:
Stop dying, mother, it's all right, (ieorge
is alive and well. Why. that Icllow is Lying
Tom Ochiltree, the man who would rather
lie ou credit than tell the truth lor cash."
We have nothing but Tom's word lor the
truth of the above jitecdote, bo you can be
lieve it or not, as you pleas
WOMEN WHO WASH
Out Wash In o lor Next Monduj'a Vi ashing.
Three Hours Rest
KVKIIY PACKAOEOK WAPHIN1 .
A uew and graud labur-aaving Invet tlon
commended by the moat intelligent aud
radical housekeepers In the country.
WasheN liko magic without Injuring cloth
mg or hands in the "lightest manner. Sold
by all groeetH. Price, Ul cents.
SKABVRY it .TOUSSBN.
frf" tf irTeluy llros. will cupply trade iu
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
I, .Hi of Ihe St. I ti.irlrm.
RATESL: $2.00 PER DAY
yTM. R. SMITH
Physician & Surgeon,
Oltlce In Winter'. Itlock, corner .Seventh and
ConmieroU! Avenue, (rntranee On Hevvnth.
1 lUtOU nKALKHII.
K. SMYTH & CO.,
Wlii'lci-Jt an1 lutall Dialer! In
Foreign and Domeatio
IVIN1M OF ALL liMlUN,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
"vTE'Kf. KMTII A M. ban aooitautl
WL a Ikyn atovk ot tlie bwt luodi. m Uia uir
el, and kiv tf.r.'.lal alleotion tolbe wbolMaala
ainJi ot the hunlnwia
IIOTM.N- ; .
pa:::: toed n bit ths mil
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2.50 per Day.
Room and Board, 3d Floor $2.00 Per Da
Special Ratal br Wk r Moth
A limited numlMir of very desirable tarn
ronnw can be M-cured at reanonable rate lor Uit
1 h .si. I.harlea is tlie larireetandbeit aupoin
el Hoii in southern llliuoia.aiel hi Uie ieaii
hotel in Cairo. Notw ItluUUiJinir the "II
! irk" rtsluction in prices, ihe uble will,
unual.l liln-nilly mipplleil with the very
ot evarythiiiirtluit can b found m market.
Kine lurife i,niii'le pnimt tor comnitreml t
elers, on KrounU lloor, lreaol'cimrge.
I" All oaii(aire of KUksti! uuuveyed to aud Iron
theliobd ithuut chatKe
K. R. tG.NKW
ll VViM CAIIiO,
The team Ferryboat
Nebraska City No. 2
Will be run regularly, leaving (ireen.
fleld'a landinir at 7. U and 11 o'clock a.m.;
1 oit. i and 'k''-" o'clock p.m. during each
in .-uuday .-he will leave the landing at
and lOotlock a.m. aud at li.ui., and at
rUTV I Ak Ht.tUUC IBK PtUUC.
DR. C. PLANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
MMItt co'.in,.(.';i3n''C i; pule and
1 leaden-colored, w ith otiXMonal
flushes, or a cirruiiiscribed spot on
one or Iwth heck ; the eyes become
dull ; thejiuplKdihue ; an azure semi
cin le runs along the lower eye-lid;
theiii).-ci.-.irritu!i..l, ut 11. .and. some
times bL-ed: ; aweliinir of tlie tipper
lip; oi. i j-i'mnal heail.teln-, witiiiuun
min.; ur th: .jl'l'ln,' of the cars; an
umwti.il se. r.ii.i'i of saliva; slimy or
furred limine ; breath very foul, par
ticularly in the morning; appetite
variable, oi.iciiines voracious, with a
pna int; sensation td' the .stomach, at
other-;, entirJy ir ; fleeting pains
in the stomae!) ; ocoional nausea
and vomiting; viokvit pains through
out the abdomen ; bowels irregular,
at times co-dive ; steads slimy ; not
unlYequently tii:,?ed with blood;
belly swollen and hard; urine tur
bid; respiration occasionally diffi
cult, am! accompanied by hiccough;
cough sometimes dry and convulsive;
uneasy and disturbed bleep, with
grinding of the teeth ; temper varia
ble, but generally irritable, &c.
Whci.cvcr the above symptoms
an-; found to ci;.t,
DR. C. MaANK'S VERMIFUGE
Will ccit.iiiiiy effect a cure.
Ii LOliS Nol' CONTAIN MI.la.'1'KV
n any form ; it is an innocent preps
ration, nut capable of thing the slight'
est injury to ihe most tender infant.
The genuine Dr. MVLaxe's Vnn
MUTOE bears the signatures of C.
MVLane and 1'i.i:min; 1'ko ;. on the
DR. C. (BLANC'S
These I'ill-i tire imt reeninmeinled
its a ivnieily f ir "nil tho ill thtit
flesh is lair 1," but in tiileetions of
tho Liver, nud in a 1 liilious Com
plainls, Dy pep.-ia u;id Siok Head
ueli:', or di.s. i. 's of that character,
tliey Klaud wi.lmut u rival.
a or v, a:;d fkveii.
Ko h.'llrr caLliarlie can boused
preparatory lo, or after taking (ui
thii". As it niniphi purgative they are
niovvAitr; ot' imitations.
Tim genuino arc never sugar
Kuril box lias a ted wax fteal on
tie) lnl, with the impresMioa Dr.
iMLANK'fl LtVKR I'ILI.8.
l aieh wrapper Wars tlieiignaturen
of O. MVLanu and Fi.kminu 1roh.
Sold bv all respectable druinr'mta
aud country utorekeej en ceneraJiy,
CHARTERED MAXCH 81, 1889
C1TT NATION AI BAN K, CAIRO
. ornciRi :
H. 8. TAYLOU. Toe Frejulent.
W. HYSLOP, 80Tairnrer.
P.W. BAantAT, Ciu Qiuonin,
T. M. STOCKLTn, PaolU Son,
B. U Crs-iioiiAn. R L. Hallidav,
J. U I'KLi.iea.
INTEREST paid oi depoaiU at the rate ol all
percent, per an turn, March lat.nd 8ptui
)vr lat. Intereet nil withdrawn la added iuima
liately to the prinepal of the depo.its, thereby
(ivins tbem coiuiomd lotfriat
Married Women and Chilcirsn may
Deposit Koney and no one
else jan draw it.
fiien evrrv bunuvaarlBV rromf). m. to 3 D.m.
al Satuntay evcnlira for saving, depoalu only
loin o to o o'clock.
W. HTSXOP. Traaaarer.
City National Bank
W. P. FIALLIDAT. ITeal lent.
ILbNUV L. HALIJOAY, ViccPreat.
A II 8 FKORD, Cashier.
WA' Tl it UTaUJP. A.a'1 Cashier.
S. Staath TatlOB, K. H. Cl'SMNOUAM,
11 I.. IlALLlUAV, W. 1'. ilAU.UIAf
O. 1. WilliaXon, hrapiUN Hmo,
A . e bArroiib,
Exchange, Com and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
TK. POSITS reoelveil aud a (teueral banklna
r Hroan, President. II. Wells, Canhier.
C. Self, Vice l'res'u J..I. Kerlti, A sot, ash'r
Corner CominercUl Ave and bt Street
K. Ilross, Cairo. Wm. Kluge, Cairo.
I'. -Ned', Cain). Wm. Wolfe, Cairo.
S . Siifanka, Cairo. U L. !)illingsley,t. Louis.
E. Under, Cairo. 11. Well., Cairo.
H . Itrinkman, St. Louis,
.1. Y. Clemeon, Caleilonia.
.1 Uenerul Banklnf; Bnalneaa Done.
Kf-Exchange sold and bought. Interest paid
n the Savings Department. Collections made,
nd ail business vrowuUv attended to.
PAINT ADD OILS.
B. F. Blake
?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &c.
Always on hand, the oelebraud illumlnatln
Corner Elecrenth Street and Waahlni
Public notice is herehy given that liy Tirtue
ufa itccreeol the couiuy com' oi uie county,
of Alexander in the state of .llinois.
rendered at the June term of said
e.mrt. is:?, lllion the uiilillcation of the
iimlrrsiinusl. to sell the real nrouertv of the
eslawof lul.Nassanno, deceased, to pay the
ileblH ol the same, i, iiai uiou n. uiuci., aumiu
iMirainr ili linn is mm of the estate ol' Louis Naa.
siiiino, late of said county decensed, will sell at
publics vendue, on the 1st dav of September A . I)
is" at Ihe (.out door oi uie conn iiouse In the
eitv of Cairo at two o'clock p. m, ol said day
to ihe highest and liest bidder, to pay the il,.t
of said Louis Nassanno, deceased, the lollowing
described real estate, tu-wlt: Lot eiithi (n) in,
block seveutw'n (17), in the Hi st addition the to
city ol Cairo, situate In said county and slate
having thereon a line two story brick building
adapted fur hicdnex and rctuJecee. 'Ihe laid
property 'will be sold absolutely and iree from
any incumbrance, Including the the widow,,
dower, which will tie releuseilto the purchaser
Without further consideration. Terms of sale:
(in thousand dollars and one-half of surplus to
Ik; cash in hand, and the balance in .ix months
from tune of sale. The deterred payment must
be evidenced by th) purchaser', note drawing
six ner cent Interest Willi person d seeurity,
and sale mortgage upon th. premises sold.
Dated August th li".
Hahmoh II TIi.ack,
Administrator dc bonis mm of the estate of
Louis Nassanuo. did
l..tt'li wi'f'k iirtpint".niMHlWiiHU. m.iu
... .i n I-. I. Iitiiii llhi rnl.l'ur.
Mark These Facts
The Tritiuinnr ef ihe Whole World.
"I hail no anncUtt ; Uolloway'i rillaiareiii
a hearty on.."
'lour riua are niarreioua.
"1 tend for another box, and keep there in li e
' Dr. Holloway ha cured mr headaca ilmt
"I gav. one ot your Pills to my babe tor chol
era morbua. The dear little thing got will iu
My nausea of a morning U now cured ' '
"Your box of Holloway'. Ointment cured In.
of noise. In the head. 1 rubbed tome of your
Ointment Ixihind the ears, aud the nol.-c ha left "
"nend metwo boxes; 1 want ou. fur a poor
"I enclose a dollnri your price Ii V cent., nut
the nidlciue tome la worth dollar. "
"Send mellva boxes of your Pills. "
"Let uie have three bon a of your Villi by re
turn mail, for chill and lever "
1 have over 2uo tuch testiiaonials asti.tee, but
Want of .pace coDLoela me to couclude.
For Cutaneous DiBordera'
Ami all eruption of the skia, .the ointment la
moil Invaluable. It doe not Ileal externally
alone, bill wiiiU.t vv I til Uie most wan hiug
elfceis to the very out ol Uieef IL
Inyariablyure the folio wt.itf diieuea
Disorder of the Kidneys.
In all dUeases affsctlnt these onrana. whetliei
t their secrete too much or too Hum water; or
h uriuer mey tie ainicieu wun aicne or gravel, or
widi achca and pains aettled In the loUia over Uie
reiuna ol'lh Kidaeja. Uieee 1'iiU ahuuld be u
kenatxorling o (be priutej dltectlona. and the
Ointment should be wII nibbed into the small ul
the bac.K at Isd time. Ibis trtaunent will give
aliuot inimetlialv relief when all oilier ineana
For Stomachs Out of Order.
No medicine will so eQectuaily improve the
tone oi the stomach as these I'llte; they remove
all ai'idity occuitionisl either by imeiiipcriuicc er
uuproier diet. J hey reach Uie In or and reluct)
it tu a healthy actiun;the are wonderfully eiliua
ciuiis iu cane, of sjiashi in (acl they uevrrluil in
curihv all disorder, o. Ihe liver aad stomach,
HoI.Lo WAY'S 1'if.LSare thehent known in
the world lor the following Uineases ; Ajrue,
Asthma, Kilious Complamu, likitc'ies ou the
.skin, Iluwela, Coneumpuon, Uebditv. I'ropny,
Dysentery, JCrysljielas, Female larejrularities
l evers of all kinds, 'its, Oout, lleadatdie. ludi
vestion, Inllammation, Jaundice, Liver C'om
plainti. Lumbago, files, Rheumatism, Ueten
ion of urine, .Scmluta or King's Lvd, rore
Throatii, Htone and oravul 1'ic-lJoiiloiireux,
luiuoii, I leers, NVonnaul ult kinds, Weakness
Iron, any cause, etc.
None are genuine unless tin signature of J.
Hayilock, aa UKent for Uie United btalea, sur
rounds each box of Pills, and ouiUiwnt. A
handsome reward will be given to any one ru
derina such inlormatiun us uiay lead to Ihe
detection of any party or parties connterleiiing
Ui, medicine, or vending the same, kuowinar
them to be spurious.
V Sold at the manufactory of Professor Hol
loway & Co. , hew York, and by .11 rcxjiechkhle
dru'k'islH aud dealers ia medicine throughout
the civilized world, in boxen at 'l' cents,
cents anil 1 tuc.h.
rjy- There is coasiderable saTing by taking the
lamer sizes .
-V H. Uirwtrious for the cuhhince of latients
In every disortu are altileil to ea.-h box
Office, a jborty St., New York
WHOLESALE Alt!) UJiTAIL.
IN TEE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Oomer 10th St. and Commercial Av,
C. 0. PATIEE & CO.
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Jtooflng and Guttoring a Specialty
Slate BooHing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Bods, Pumps, Stoves
Jobblnat Promptly Dona.
Wholesale Dealer in
OQ133 , Corner Twelfth and
ICK by the Car Load or Ton Will, bo
packed for .hipping.
Estate ol Timothy O'Callahan , doecaned
The undersigned, having been appointed
administratrix of tho estate ol Timothy
U'Callahan, late of the county of Alexander
and State of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives
notice that she will appear beforo the
county court ot Alexander county, at the
court heuse, In Cairo at tin August term,
on tho third Monday in August next, at
which time all persnus having claims
against said vstnlo are niitilled ami re
quested to attend for the purpose) ol having
tho Name adjusted. All persons indebted
to laid estate are requested to make Imme
diate payment to the undersigned.
Dated this Kith day of June, A. D. 1877.
lilllDUXT O' Callnhan,
AN UNRIVALED ILLUSTHA
When SciUIiXBR Issued IU famous Mid
summer lloiiuay Number In July, alriendly
critic said ol It : "We are not sure but that
fsCRiBNiK baa touched high-water mark.
We do not a.-e what worlds .re leit to it to
conquer." Hut the publisher, do not con
sider mat they have reached the ultima
thule of excellence they believe "there ale
other worlds to conquer, and they propost
to conquer them."
The prospectus for the new volume giver
the titles ot more than any papers (mostlj
Illustrated), by wnur.oi the highest menu
Under the head ot
we have "A Winter on the Nile," by Oen
MuCleilau : '-sauntering. About Constanti
nople," ty Charles Dudley Warner; "out
of My Window at .Moscow," by Eugene
hchuyler: "An American in 1 ttrki.tan,'
etc. Three serial storle. are announced
bv Dr. Holland, the Kditor,
whose story of "Sevenoaka " ?avethe hig
est satUlactlou to the loader of the
The scene ol this latest novel U laid oi
the banks of ihe Hudson. The hero is a
young niau who has been always "tied to a
woman', apron strings," mil wno, toy the
death, ol hi. mother, 1. lelt alone iu the
world to diilt ou the current ol Uie will
a fortune, but wlfjout a purpose.
Another aerial, "His Inheritance." by
Miss Trafton, will begin on tlie -oouipletioii
ol "1 hat Lass o' Lowne's," by Mrs. llodg
Hon Burnett. Mrs. Burnett', story, begun
in August, has a pathos and drumaticpowei
which have been a surprise to the public.
1 here 1. to tie a series of original and ex
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