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CAIRO CITY, BINDERY,
? BINDERS Mil BLANK BOOK
I 4 MATTTAGTtimi:Kl. . IV
i bnlloWo, BolIAina, kr,"wwfTi trfl
tVilountv and RallroadWork a Specialty
Vvvick IlouiwKrom 7:30 a. in
p.m.; Hummy trow 7 ton a.m.
Order 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
a, at, r m
Mil. Central B B
Cairo, Artanaa A
OhU liver Route
Pally exe't Monday
uih. mver noma i
Up, Bnn. Tu. Frl.
Down.Tu.Tho Sat. t
ii. W. McKbaio, P. M.
ST. lOUISEON MOUNTAIN
&JS0iniERN B. R.
Iipreee leave Clrodally iOp. m.
tiiimnrrlTfiii Cairo dally... :wt. in
Aoremiaodation lovti Cairo daily .. 2 w id
acaimodatlun arrives rlxilv (exec
LOUIS R- R
1 t .
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
ST. XOTJI I
'YWH train of thie company connect at 81
1 Lo.le and fcaatm. Willi, wiui an ui
Id u tb Krtlt, EM 1
7 30. ia
, trtp m
Uavt East 8U Uult - a.m.
I ;.r at Cairo ... - - p.m.
w ii. M Cr AKLA.1U,
Ticket and t'ralgtal Agent, (alio.
J. A. WKNT4 Oentrel PaaaanxaT Afent.,
J. AHKLL. Agent il Cairo
(JAIRO & VINCENNES R. R
61 Miles the Shortest Route
47 Miles the Shortest to
34 Miles the Shortest to
Uiaaipclii, MilelpHa Kew Tori;
-' and boston.
flIX' HOURS SAVED
QVm TKMS OF
ALL OTIIER ROADS
VaVibet Same 'ConnflCtionfl.
i aaaanrar by othM rouUa to make
Ooanactiani KOaC rldaall nurhlwait
id rrom Ona to 81s Boura at
mail countrjr .lor
traiua of conncUa roaaa.
ftemamber that fact and take our
5:00 a. m. Tmnrreacbing
Stw A I:iiir.;oli!, Gi'i.irJsriili
Tralm la ana arri at Cairo. a foUowa:
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'THE WASHINGTON CM ROUTE"
I'UE SHORTEST. QUICKEST
;ONLT DIRECT EOUTE
1 and BaXUmcre
" WUh dire'it Connection lor . ,
Eitei, I jrihfr Ml,
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Should remember that'the
BALTIMORE ii OHIO RAILROAD
! . ;i celebrated for 1U
Klegant Coaches, Splendid Hotels, Grand
and Beautiful Mountain and Valley !
Sceneiy, ana in many .pout
Historical Interest Along -Ue
Far will ALWAYS be as LOW
a by any ar tin.
PULLMAN PALACE CAB
lktwcen the Principal
WeterD and Eastern Cities.
For -through tickets,-haggle checks,
mmlatlons. etfl., PlJ atUoket office
at all principal point, -j- , , ,. , , ;,,
. s.P.Barry. ;
' at aharn
BLOQOY BUSINESS AT SUNRISE.
lUe MarroMa or Tbomaa M.
(8t. Loul Keubllcuo.
New York had a veryaeriifttlonal tragedy
on Saturday morning at tanriie. It wai a
family txploilon that touk place lroia a loot
train of troublea and aorrowa, and tblrered
and tore up the family tree root and branvb.
lnomaa a. Haruing wai a coach-maker,
ue uau at one time conduvUd a large maniw
i iury. but or Ute hla bualneii bad bee
lamngaway, andbewatln flninclal dlffi.
cultlea. He itlll lived iu very good atyle,
ui a neat couage embowered with vinee 1
the outakirte, but It wn likely bit pleasant
home waa oon to be broken op by the
failure ol bit butliiean to lupport bit ental
llihment. From a proiperoui coaclimaker
ne bad declined Into a mere wheelwright,
Mr. Uardlng'i flrit wile died Ave yean ago.
Three year unee he married a second a
young girl ol aeventeen a daughter of a
life-long friend. For nearly a year they
lived happily, and a child came. Mm. Hard
Ing was In the habit of carrying ber child
Into a small, shady beer garden oppotlte
her ratldenee, for airing and refreshments
Here she became acquainted In some way
with a good-looking young German nsued
Zbn. Harding heard atorles 'about bis
wife and Zabn, but he did not believe
them. Be received anonymous letters up
ou the same mbject, but he tore them up
unread. Ue relused to listen to any scan
da about bli young wife and the daughter
of his old friend. But be knew about the
trip to the garden, end thought he would
ttep ID tin re one evening when he came
home earlier than usual, lie saw Zabn alt-
ting on a beLch with Mrs. Harding, with
bis anus round ber waltt. lit drew a plxiol
and thot Zaun In the arm at he tat there,
and took hit wife and child home. Zabn
had Harding arrested, and be was Indicted
by thogrknd jury, but for lome reason the
Indictment was pigeon-holed and flardlog
wn neer tried. Harding soon commenced
proceedings ol divorce against his wife,snd
he went borne to br father's. Then Hard
ing got a ho-i.ekeeper Mrs. Agnes Wood
who had a boiband who bad left her, and
a child who stayed, Bbe brought her child
to Harding's house, where there was an
other child by Ilardlng's former marriage,
and the children ilept together. The life of
Harding andhia bom. keeper was not above
suspicion. In taut the neighbors pretend
ed to know a great deal about Its unlawful
intimacy. Harding drank raw brandy, and
be drank a great deal or lu It la suppoied
that he had become crazed with sorrow and
drink. On this Saturday morning at sun
rise Mrs. Wood ran screaming into the
next neighbor's and raited an alarm. Bhe
was In ber night-gown, which was dripping
blood, and raid Harding bad shot ber, and
the feared he would murder the children as
f, - - - . - - - ..... ttmfr.
more pistol thote were heard from the
bouse, and Mrs. Woods seemed confident
that Harding was at it among the children.
Then she fainted and fell. It was found
the wound waa la her arm, a fietu wound
and not dangerous. Harding's hoate was
now entered by the police and neighbors,
and the children were found to be safe, but
Harding was lying on the floor dying from
a instol-ball hole in his head, and another in
hi abdomen. He bled Internally and died,
and was thui released from his sorrows
and unbearable life-load. Mrs. Wood's
statement is, In substance, that the had liv
ed with the deceased as housekseper for
about two years. For nearly three months
he had been troubled about business and
his divorce suit against hit wife, which was
decided against blm. He was nervous and
occasionally wild in bis actions, and then
melancholy. He changed suddenly from
wlldness to stupor. On this morning about
& o'clock he came to her room and told ber
to get Up and get breakfast. She told him
to go out of ber room and she would get up.
One of his wild looks was on him. She got
frightened at It. He exclaimed: "Treach
ery of a woman 1 Lib, you have ruined me,
and now I'll ruin you." By "Lib" he
meant his wife, whose name was Elizabeth.
Ue sprang for Mrs. Wood's throat. She
grappled with him, and finally broke loose
and ran down stairs. Wi ile she was hurry
ing down stairs beflrediue shot from Which
the bled. She got out of the bouse by tha
back way, and aroused the people next
door. Soon the other shots were heard,
With which Harding finished himself. The
children were safe,, and ignorant of the
bloody business , going on around them.
During theday jire.llardliigandherfatUer
came and Wanted to see the corpse, but
sir. Harding's frieud had posiesidon and
would not let tbem In the house.
DBS. CANINE L WHITLOCK
Having entered luto a co-partnerihip. fur the
Durnoaa of nincllcini iWallalrr. lu all its
Brunches, would reaoeottully inform thote need-lea-the
aervlaetofk dental operator, that tuay
are prepared to attend to lbair want in every
'lac nllinc of teeth don Is th most utiif ao-
tery manner. Inserting artiucial denturta, al
ways with a vUw of rattorias, as lar aa prae
tlrabJt.the lot contour aud natural axpreaaioa
it tba moat Improved matboda awl matarlal.
Teeth attracted absolutely without pain by
jiini ailroua oxide fat. gu.
'I h csuid an inviuuon to all. to call and
im th.m and lohcit a liberal thare of their pat-
renege. Work zuaranteta. rricea moueraia.
, . Suraeon Dentins
HO Commercial avenue, bctwten u ami vth au.
COURT HOUSE BAKERY,
(Twentieth Street Opposite Court Eoute.)
JOHN REESE, Proprietor.
This in the oldest bakery In the nitr. tad it
proprietor loatt ao otiportunity to aocommo
kta th nubile.
Ha deli vara flesh bread twice a dev. when ha
receives an Order either personal or through the
Ha bakes Boston Brows bread, and all kind
or Cakes suitable for weddiag feasts, parties
nini a wiai. aiia mono w: "iae Dtsi
w I01 " m mw bl pile.".
OtAam, Eu.lltlr SviUdUr, Coma T-walftlJ. Ctxeat an.4.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1877
AK tla rti "vred
auflcrer, victim nf
lever and ajtne, the
meciirial diaraaed pa
tient, how they recov
ered health, cheerful
iplrite, and good ap
petite) tley will tell
you by taking Sim
mon's Liver Rp(tj
"'It Clll.AI'Ksr, AMU ULST FAMI.V..MKI)
ICINE IN TJIK WOI'XIJ.
. .''or UY8FEPSIA. CONSTIPATION-laudiLe. I
Hlllnus atlarjea. SICK IIKAUAl I in. i oiw. li,
prciiionar spirits., hOLK STOMACH, lleait
inui unrivalled Southern Iterntdy la wi-
iauti-'l not to ciirilain mnili. nt Mr ri ni I
ir any Ujurlone aubatanw, but in
containing thote touthern root and h'iba which
au all wIm provident haa placet in eouutxiea
wbaraLivarliwa.eaprtv-11. It will cure all
rlaeawa eauael by ilrrangement lid the l:ver
The ymn'onii of l.lvi.rriimMii.n. i.ii.
terof badtaaUiin theiuoulbi i'alnin the bact,
t-liles or Jninu, often mistaken lor rheuma-;
tiaiujaour atoniai-ti, loea ol ap.ni. Luorii i
alternately coative and l. luwJube, loat of I
nem ,rV. Wiln & tutltir.J fci.nuutir.ti .? hnt tnirl
faUeil I to do aouietbiriK winch oukIU to hael
'. uawuiiy, low Hpiriit, a illicit yel
low appearance ot the akin and eyes, a dry
Couch ollaa mlaluk. n l.r n in,i,.B
'X'tte.iiiiM ruauy of Uieae ayinptoma attend
the dntMuw, at olliera Yrry few, bul the liver, lb
laritrit orirao in (lie body, ia w-nerally the aeat
or Uiaaai. and ir not regulated in lime, great
anfleruiK. rep:uednt aud 1KAI 11 Mill en.
1 can rwornrni-nd aaan efflcacloue remely f(r
J, """ uivrr, iM-uriijurn ana UVnUHfia.
,,,rcr uuiaitir. iawia viNoan,
it e nave teated iu virtue. rannn.n,.
now that r,,f Lu
Thuj.. i, "i-ri i , Jinuunei
.-..., nnux-iir n k iii neat medicine Hie
world ever eaw, We have tried forty other
remediei before Runmom' I.iver K.-(rnltor,
'a lurui (- u TTifin inin ra. m rw...
- m.w ucnuiawr not ouiy rellev
. , . r -' aa v a vum ici lr
but cored u. ' -Ld. liLinum v.tu
oia, Jdacoo, (Ja.
N'otliitia U ao um.lMuiiit n..u.i.... ... A.
a ba-1 breath, and in oearlv everj case it come
from the suimach. and un u ... ...7.
ed if you will udte Simruone' Liver lleirulator
Do not elect ao sure a remedy for tuia re
puleire al.ordrr. Jt will al.
Appetite, tviicplexion. wid Uncrl ,
T!iit diitrxtlnr affliction orenrs mon fre.
lurntly. 'Hit tluturtmnce of the aiomarh,
arums- from iniwrftctlv dimited comi-nL..
caue a Tere pm in th head. aoriiiinl
withdlMrmahte nauiMi, and this eonsiituten
What la ppiilrlT known as Sick HnuUrlir Vnr
TAKE SIMMONS' LIVER
REGULATOR, OR MED
ICINE, 'ontuina fuiir medical elements, nut
ttd in the time liappy fiortion in an
r preparation, viz: a cntl Catliarti'-. a
nderfiu louic, an uneoept'rnable alterative
d irtjn Correct'' of all impurities of
, thai M la now rvganieu as ui
Aa a Remedy in
31tl.AIUOl'ft FEVKRS. HO IX H)M
l'l.Al.Mi, HYSPEI'elA, MENTAL DEJ'Kr..
8IC.N,KEsTI.k8hNEH, J Al'XDKK, A'.
81CK HEADACHE, COLIC, C'T1F
ATIUN aad 111 ..loL'feNEbS
IT HAS NO Kyi' AL.
Armed with this ANTIDOTE, all cliunA'ea of
KVKBS. BU.VtL Cci.u-1? . M Ar .!L,-
LESS.NtsS, JAt NUICE, NALEA,"' ",-
HAMKACTIHKO ONLY BY
J. II. ZEII.EN,
1'ncc f l.'.O, SoM ljy all LimirgCta.
Mark These Facts
The Teetimonr ef the Whole World.
"I had no appetite ; Holloway's Pilltgaveme
' Your lUla are marvelous."
' I tend for another box. and keen them in the
bouae. ' 1
Dr. Holloway has cured my lieadaeae Unit
I gave one ot your fills to my babe tor chol
era morbus. TbedearlitUe thing- got Will in
"Your box of Hollowav'a Ointment cured me
of noiaes in the head . 1 nibbed tome of your
Ointment behind the ears, and the noihaa left."
"send me two boxes: 1 want one for a t.oor
i enclose a aouari your price n u cenu, uui
the medicine to me is wortb adoilar."
Mend me fire boxes of your fiua.
Let me have three boxes of your Pills by re
turn mall, fur Chills and f ever ' '
1 have over 2u0 iuch testimonials as these, but
want ol apace compels me to conclude.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all eruption of the akin, Jthe ointment If
inoit Invaluable. It does not heal exiernauy
alone, but penetrate with the most searching
etfeeitto the very root of the evil.
Invariablyure the following diseases
disorder of the Kidneys.
In all diseases affection these organ, whether
ther tecrele too much or too little water: or
whether they bealUlctcd with atone or gravel, or
with aches and palna settled in the loina over the
regions of the kiilutiys. these l'llla ahould be ta
ken according o the printed directions, and the
uL.tm.Bi anuiuuri ruunni ininine aniaii oi
the back at bed time. This treatment will give
almott Immediate relief when all other means
For Stomachs Out of Order.
No medicine will ao eflectnally improve the
tone of the atomacb as these filla: thev remove
all acidity occasioned either by intemperance er
improper met. iney reaon ine liver ami reduce
ii te a neaitny action jmey are wonuenuuy eiuca
croua In casts of spasm in tact they never tail in
curl air all disorders o. the liver and etomacli.
HOLLOWAY'S 1'ILLS are Ute beat known m
the world for the following diseases i Akuo,
Asthma, Bilious Complaints, lllotcheS on the
Skin, Howels, Consumption, Debility, Dropsy,
Dysentery, Kryalpelaa, Female Irregularities
Fevers of all kinda, fits, Gout. Ueadaclie, ludi
(estion, Inflammation, Jaudioa, Liver Cum-
aaaiu' siiuudu a itvn aauvuaaisiiuiiui atv.vaa-
tion of urine, scrofula or King'a Evil, 8ore
Throats, Stone and Ci ravel Tic-Doulotireux,
niainra i .iiniiiatipn r 1 1 am mt naiimanam tfiiaaan
tumors, ulcere, worms oi an aiuus, neauneiis
trom any cause, etc.
None are eenuine unless me snmature of 3
Havdock. as agent for the United States, aur
rounds each box of l'llla. and Ointment. A
handsome rewara will ue given to any one ren
dering such information as may lead to the
detacilon orany oarty or nartles counterreitlnK
tnt meuicinee or venuing me same, kuowmk
... Sold at the manufactory of Professor Til
- - . - w ' J V. 1 1 ...1.1
lowav wk x.w aura, mmi uy an rvnjiecuiuiv
drugglats and dealers in medicine throughout
the eivlllted world, in boxes at 23 cents, ti
cents ana ieacn.
tf There is considerable saving by taking the
5f.B!iUlrectl0ns forth guldaace of aatlent
In tvuy ulaordur are adlaou. to eaoh box
02100,112 l iberty Now York
.i ' f' . .J. i ., ' dA-D0 M ...
MT. OAR10N(Blg Muddy)
Ordera for Coal by the car-load
..on, or in nogaboads, for shipment
aromptlv attended to.
WaTTo largo comumers and a
manufacturers., wo aro prepare
to Biipply any quantity, by th
aaonth or year, at uniform rates.
CaIBO CUT iUAL COMPAJfT.
Office on wharf bout, hot or Sixth at.
..';e1.f ""Jfylli-oticrs. opponlte St.
( nurles hotel.
Egyptian mills Twentr-tli st.
Coal dump, oot of Thrty-cighth St., or
J'ot-t office drawer Zm
KTEAH lie ATS.
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawaeetown, Evans
ville, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
Tb eleifart aide-wheel eteaniej
Valtib B. Psnninoto Mwter
t Will leave Cairo everv U lnvid, . v . .
0 clock v. in.
The fleet steurni-r
r"'ro crat SATURDAY,
Each boat makea close connections at Cairo
with nrst-class steamers for fit. Louis, llwu
phis Sew Orleans, and at Evanavillc with
Ihe h.ac. It. R. for allpoinuNorlkand taft,
and with v.. Ix)uiaville Mail Steamers foi-all
noint on Uiv t'pper Ohio, giving throuKh re-
u ..ciwus paaaengen to all puinte
tributary. ' R 1
ror urtner inrcrnition apply to
1.1 Mb HlUUit, PasM-nger Agent.
J. M. PHILLIPS, AK' n,s-
Or W (i .1 r.aiffrl
iuperintendent and Geneiai Frein'ht Avit,
-v-w.. aranivil e In.liHtia.
B. F. Blake
iPaints, Oils, Varnishes,
Vall Paper, Winoow Olass, Win
Always on hand, Uie cehratt d ilhimlmuin
Corner Klarenth Street and Weahing
The Steam Perrybout
Nebraska City Ho. 2
Will be run regularly, leaving tiropn
field's landing at 7. A ami 11 o'clock ii.m.;
1 :.';o, 3:11 1 and .'::!) o'clock p.m. dui'liif; eneb
tin Miuilny she will leuve me lauding at
and lOoi'lock a.m. and at li in., aud at
STRATT0N & BIRD,
Commission Mercha n
AOKNT8 AMKBIOAN POWDH
hi Ohio Lovee.t
). It. Mi'LKiv, D. T. CtNxuAR, J. M. Lams d ait
MULKEY LINEGAR & LANSOEN
Attorneys at Law,
OFricX: Commercial Avenue, a offlce
, sua pieaie copy.
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A limited numlier of very desirable tarn
rooms can be secured at reasonable rates lor the
The St. Charles is the larfrest and best anpoln
ed House in Southern Illinois, and Is the lead
hotel in Cairo. Notwithstanding the "B
Hock" reduction In priccu, the table will,
usual, lie libernlly supplied with the very
of everything that can be found in market .
Fine large sample rooms for commercial t
elera. on irround floor, frpeof chanre.
tf All hasKaireof guests conveyed to and Iron
me notci wiiuout cnurge
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I.ate of theJSt. Charlei.
RATES: $2.00 PER DAY
BOOTS & SHOES
Coffee, Sugar & Syrou,
Specialty in Teas.
Goods Delivered Promptly.
Dealer in Fresh Meat
EIGHTH r STREET,
Betwean Waahlsrton andlOojnmerola
At adjoining Haany'a.
Kngllnh Brusseli. Three Ply and Ingrain
also, Ktalr Carpet,Velvet Bugs, urumn
Cloths, Oil Cloth, ete., very cheap
at the Old l'lace
112 FULTON ST., NEW YORK
Carpets' earelully packed and ent to an
part of the United Htates free of charge
AN UNEIVALED ILLUSTRA
hen Sckibmer Issued It famous Mid
summer Uoilday Number in July, a friendly
critlu laid of It ; "We are not ure but that
IjcaiBNiR has touched high-water mark.
We do not ee what world are left to it to
conquer." Rut the publisher do not con
ldr uat they have reached the ultima
tnule of excellence they believe "there are
other world te couquer, and they propoee
to concmer them."
The prospectu for the new yolume give,
the title ol more than tift v ninniti.:..ii.
Illustrated), by writer 01 the bighestniertt.
we have "A Winter on the Sile," by Gen.
ilcClellan ; 'bauntcriuga About Oiaitua
oople," ty Charles Dudley Warner: "Uut
of My Window at Moscow," by Eugene
Schuyler! "An American In Turklstan,'
etc. Three serial etorte are announced
By Dr. Holland, the Editor,
whose story of "Sevenoak " ?ave the higA
em sausiaction to the readers of the
The scene ot thle lateit novel is laid ot
the banks of the iiud-on. The hero la
young man who has been always '-tied to a
woman apron airings" put woo, by tht
aeatn ol hi mother, ie left alone In tht
worm to uiiitun tue current of ilie erlt
a fortune, but without a purpose.
inntk, . . 4 ., I . t i i ,. I .. . . ,, .
Miei Trafton. Will beirln on tlie nnnlntinn
ol "That Lass o' Lowrie's," by Mr. Hodg
son Burnett. Mrs. Burnett' Btory, begun
in August, ha a patboa and dramatic powei
nuiuu inn miu a surprise 10 ue public.
There it to be a eetles of oriirtn&l and by.
quislteiy illustrated papers ol Popuiat Scl
ent e," by i r 8. Uerrkk. each naner nm.
pleie In luell.
mere are to be, from varioui Dens, oanara
on ' '
" Home Life and Travel" I
Also, practical tuggetuont a to town ant.
country life, village Improvements, us., by
Mr. Barnard' articles On Variona imliii
cries ot Oreat Britain lncluda th. htutnr.
"Some Experiments in Co-operation," 'A
Scotish Loaf Factory" to the Sovembel
number, and "Toad Lane, Hochdale," 1
iccoiuur. winer papers are, "lb Brltlsl
Worklngman' Home," "A Nation of 8hot
keepers' "Ha'penny aWeek for the Child,"
A richly Illustrated eerie will be given o
"American Sport by Flood and Field," by
various writers, and each on a different
theme. The subject of I
"Hsuaehold and HomeecoraUon" j
will have a prominent place, whilst th
production or American humorists will ap
pear from month to month. The list ol
horter stories, biographical and otu.i
sketches, etc., Is a long one.
xua cuiwriai ueDaruneni win continue: in
employ tne ablest pens both at heme ana
uDroaa. 1 nere will be a terles ol letter on
literary matters, from London, by Mr. Wel
ford. peTrntCto tie discussion of "iirtnemes al
testing the social and rellirlou Hie of the
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