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CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
sullstln Building, Cor Twelfth Btrs
irvwintf -Jlfllf-lWork .BpeclallV
A irrc Iloima-Kroin 7:30 a.m. to C:30
. Mnminv from 7 to 0 a.m. Money
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Order H:00 a.iiltE'IPj-----;
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Cairo A Vlm-eiine
Cairo, Araansa A
Ohia Sivrr Route
Daily exo't Monday
Mini. River Route
Up, Hun. Tu. Fri.
Til Thu Pat
Friday HniunUy t
0. W. McKsaio, P. M.
8T. LOUIS.IB0N MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
laurel leave Cairodally f " P-
"...arrives at Cairodally..... :. .
Ica-ominodation leaves Cairo daily.. .Lo a. m.
Icwmiodallun arrives daily .
Mondavi " "',
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
SHORTEST SHORT LIME
'PIIK trains ol thil company c.nr.wt at 8t
L U.ts and EaatM. Uuis. with nil Uicr
lei to lb orlh, at West.
TIME 80IEHCLF. .
Kavet alro..... ....
Arrive at! Louis..
, 7 :f'anf..
lave East fit L.uli :,'
. at Cairo ii "p.iu.
- W II. M VL'FARI.AND,
Ticket and Freight Agent, liro.
J. A. WENT4 iii rl Passenger Agent.;
,f. Al'r.I.E. Agents! Cairo
cjAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
61 Miles the Shortest Route
47 Miles the Shortest to
;ue, toaii nsmi
34 Miles the Shortest to
'diii.ij3.is, Mi.lpiia h Id
jUX HOURS SAVED
OVEIl TRAIN OF
ALL OTHER ROADS
Making Same Connections,
j assMigera by other routes to make
Connections muii na u '" -in
from One to Six, Houre at
mall country stations lor
trail's of connecting roads.
Rstiember that fact and tako our
6:03 a. m- Train,, reaching
ImA M&wpk llisriaiiiirirl!
Trains lvve and arrive at Cairo. a followii:
'Hi.IU.tcs 50 a. m
Wised " :P- m-
Wail arrives K'-'.P-
.iixed ' ' '"
Through ticket and cheeks to all important
. A. MILLEH, H. t. MORBIXL,
Uen" l'isa.Ag't. General Pup
L. B. HURCH,
"THE WASHINGTON CITY ROUTE"
I It 01 I I
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SVlth direct Connections (or
Travelorn l.,irlriK a
e'PEKUY, I'l.KASANT und COMKOltT-
SLouM rcuicrubcr ttiat'the
BALTIMORE tS OHIO RAILROAD
Ik celebrated lor 118
Elopant Coachei, Splen lid Hotel, Grand
ami Di'aiiiinu nount.nn mid Valley
Hooneiy, and the nnny points
Miatiincni miuruNi Along
Far wUl ALWAYS boat LOW
at by any htr line.
PULLMAN PALACE CAR
Western and Eastern Cities.
Kor through tickets, iHigKafre oUcckn,
movoment of train, leeplni cur ncrom
niodittlonx, etn., etc., apply at ticket olliuoi
at oil prlocipal poluti.
NOBTH, SOUTH, EAST or WEST
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a'tUun. TIcketAKt. en. Tlokrt Vf
. 1. Marry, Thoi. 11. Bbarp,
.Ait. Mar ofTranip'o
VOL 9. " "
Qno Hundred and Eleven alles
in One Hundred afid
f Detroit free 1'rci-a Kept, 14.
There Mas to be only one stop in tliu
111 mill'!) Hint BcpamtM ht. Tliomas
from Auilirrstljiirs: on Iho Canada
.Southern rallroudj, 'i'ho enxlncir, -Ma-Citinbnr
was gnrrounded by tin admliliij;
tliroiiK, and pansonicru and railroailcr
r:oniiiii'titcd on the handKOimj nppcur
niico of liiH Iron tttcud. Jlio ntcain
jjano justt belore xtarliiig showed it
pressure of eighty-live pound, a mod
irate figure for a locomotive, ' on
dtii;lor A. B. Crawford hnnn out "all
aboard !M and the icciul pulled out
from .St. Thorna at p. in. A grand
hurrah Iroin Iho platform hlnaled tlie
Once the bridge wan cleared Mittutubrr
"U t her out." Ill-hop Jlorgeaij in the
paluce-far, lifter reeeivintf the saluta
tionii ot the gentlemen ot the party, nut
down, and dinner was served to him und
hlJ traveling companions upon a small
table. No one noticed any particular mo
tion In the ear. There wan no disarranges
rnent ol the dii-hes, crowded and small
u.s wan tlio table. The hum of the train
wa jtomewhat sharper than usual, and
the riinhinx air agauist the windows
pounded like the sweeping ol a raln
torin. Olherwise there was no indica
tion ol unusual turned to a person In the
Presently watches were taken out and
observations made. Tlie reverend clergy,
as well as the rno:e worldly laity, be
A mile in flx'y second," ejaculated
Miortly alter "A mile in fifty-eight
Again "A mile In fi(ty-i-cven sec
ond!: ' and the entbu-iustic Frank
Moral), with a cheer that inteneilicd the
excitement, announced that his ftop
watch marked but lllty-tlve second." to
At the rear end ol the last coach .-at
(ieneral Manager Muir, hi eyes fixed
on the ever appearing ever vanishing
track, with a demeanor philosophic, as
it such speed was an every day alhiron
the Canada Southern. On the opposite
nido ut superintendent Taylor, and near
at baud TruinDispateher Noble; Frank
P. Taylor counted the miles.
Ih toro one could point out an object it
had vanished. Before a question cuuia
be asked and auewered a mile had sped;
five miles were traversed lu the Interval
while cigars were handed arettnd and
lighted by as many men. A Hock ol
blackbirds flying toward the west, with
all their ilectness in cleaving the air, were
soon Iclt behind awl lost to view.
The wins on the telegraph poles
swung up and down from the movement
of tlie train. The bushes by the side of
the ditches siiook as il swept by a hur
ricane, and the tall and gaudy yellow
coxcombs that grew beside the lences
beut to the ground In a seemingly over
powering desire to get loose from the
earth and tollow the rushing train. The
dust Irom newly-ballasted portions of
the track and the chips and leaves rose
up fiercely against the force ot gravita
tion and whirled and gyrated like vapory
clouds In a tempest. A thin line of smoke
stretched interminably in the distance.
The Impetus ol the train increased; the
vehemence with which It rushed for
ward created a vacuum that apparently
took nature some seconds to overcome
and the spirits ot the passengers were
exhilarated by the unprecedented speed
at which they moved through space.
A side-track uassengcr train saluted us
with cheers und locomotive whistles.
Neither was heard; beloro the sound
could reach the cars of the passengers in
the special it was beyond hearing. One
could see the rushing steam and waving
handkerchiefs. Train-Dispatcher Noble
reported that six miles between High
wood and Kidgeton were made in five
minutes; the fllty-scven miles between
St. Thomas and Charing Ctoss were
made in II I ty -six and a halt minutes. A
halt at Charing Cross of lour minutes
tor water, and then on again with
Hie same overpowering velocity. Hut
go as fast as it might, the Canada
Southern train, could not overtake
thu sun; it Bank, and nightfall came on.
Then could be seen the work of the lire
man. Each time he opened the turnace
a volume oi sparks shot out, and the
trailing fire came down upon tho track
like tho pyrotechnics ot an aerial mine.
Finally a sharp twist that sent tho
standing passengers oyer to the right,
and directly another that sent them in
the other direction, and tho yard ot
AmherUburg station was reached.
Hurrah! Ono hundred and eleven
miles In 1UU minutes! The fastest tlmo
In America beutlng by three minutes
the remarkable run ot Vandcrbilts epc
Doalor in Fresh Meat
Between Washlnrton nd;.Comuieroir
Ave adjotnlna- Hanny's.
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horses "the yellow Centaur Liniment is equal.y.
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.Mothers lil have rest ind their babies may have
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wind coiic, worm, feverishnc.ss, sour mouth, croup or
stoinache complaints. Il is entirely a vegetable pre
paration, and contains neither mineral morphine,
nor alcohol. It Is as pleasunt to take as honey,
neither gagi nor grips, and is superior to any reme
dy in existence.
Jir. 1-.. Iliinich, of Dupont, Ohio, says:
"lam u.-ing Castoria in my practice with die
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for Castor Oil."
This is u hat every one s:ays. Many nurses in
New Vork use the Castoria. It is prepared by
Messrs. .1. Uose & Co., successors to Samuel
AK die recovered
dysiwpti '8, blious
sufferer, victims of
feyerand ague, tlie
lnectirial diseaaisl pa-
ient, how they ree.ov
ered hualth, cheerful
-pirits, and good up-
petit tl.ey will tel
you by taking Sim
mon's Liyer Hegn
lstor. THE CHLAPESr. AND BKST F AMI. Y4 MED
ICINE IN THE WORLD.
For DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION. .Inudi-c,
ilimiiiiti,i-U. SICK HEADACHE. Colic, De
cision of Spirits., SOCK STOMACH, Heart
I'u n, etc., etc.
This unri-alleil Southern Itemedy Is war
ranted not to contain a i article of Mercury,
crany itjurious substitncc, hut is
containing those southern roots and herbs which
an all wIm, providence has placed in countries
w here Liver Disim-cs prcvsil . It will cure all
recuses caused by derangement OS the l:ver
The ij iiip'otns of Liver Complaint are a bit
ter or bad taIe in the mouths l'ain in the baci,
.-ides or .loints, often mistaken for rheuma
tism; sour stoinai'li, loss nl appetite, bowels
alternately costive and lax, headache, loss of
mem rv, witn a painful sensation of having
failed to do something which ought to have
hten d me, debility, low spirits, a thick yel
low appearance of the skin and eyes, a dry
cough ollen niistukm for consumption.
Some lines many of these symptoms attend
the disease, at others very few, but the liver, the
lurgest organ in the body, is generally the seat
of diseases and if not reguluted in time, great
suffering, wretchedness and DEATH Wid en.
1 can recommend as an efficacious remedy for
iliseuses ot the Liver, rteartburn and Dyspepsia,
Simmons' f iver itegclalor. Lewis Winder,
171 Master street, Assistant Fosuuaster, l'hll
adclidila. " We have tested Its virtues, personally, and
now that for Dspep-i-, Biliousness ami
Throbbing Headache it is the best medicine the
world ever saw, We have tried forty other
remedies before Simmons' Liver Regulator,
but none of litem gave us more than temporary
relief; but the llegula'or not only relieved
but cured US." Eo. TEI:;Ki I'll ANO MtsarN
i.hh, Macon, tia. '
Nothing is so unpleasant, nothing ao common
as bad bieath, and in neurly every case it comes
from the Stomach, and can he so easily correct
ed if you will take Simmons' Liver llegulator,
Do not neglect so sure a remedy for this re
piihsive disorder. It will alsj improve your
Appetite, complexion, and tuner al Health .
This distressing allliction occurs most fre
quently. Hie disturbance of the stomach,
arising from imperfectly digested contents,
causes a severe paiu in thi head, accompanied
with disagreeable nausea, and this constitutes
what is popularly known as Sick Headache. For
TAKE SIMMON'S' LIVER
REGULATOR, OR MED
ICINE, contains four medical elements, never
d in the Bame happy proportion in any
r preparation, viz: a gentle Catharth', a
derful tonic, an unexceptirnnble alterative
a eerlain Corrective of all impurities of
body. Siicbsignal success has aitended its
lir. hum w regarded as th
El FECI UAL SI'ECIFC
As a Itemedy in
M II.ARIOUH FEVERS, BOH FL COM
PLAINTS, DYSPEPSIA, MENTAL DEPIlf S.
SD N, RESTLESSNESS, JAUNDICE, N Al'
SKs, SICK HEADACHE, COLIC, CONelTF
ATION and BI lOL'SNESS
IT HAS NO EiUAL.
Armed with this ANTIDOTE, all changes of
climate and water and food may be faced with
out fear. As a Itemedy lu MALARIOUS
FEVERS, HOiVEL COMPLAINTS, BEST
LESSNEbS, JAINDICK, NAUSEA,
JiaMl'ACTLIll D OJttV 11V
J. 11. .Ell, EN,
l'rice 1.110. Sold by all DruggCta.
Estate ol Bridget Clark, deceased.
The undersigned, having been appointed
adtninisirator Cum Testamento Annexo
of tho estate or Urldgot Clark, late of
the county of Alexander and
Stats ot Illinois, deceased, hereby
gives notieo that he will appear before
the county court of Alexander county, at
the court bouse in Cairo at the October term
on the third Monday lu Oct. next, at which
time all persons having claims against said
estate are notified and roiitetcd to attend
for the purpose oi having the same ad
justed. All persons indepted to said es
tate are requested to make immediate pay
ment to the imderslgncd.
Dated, this lUst day of August, A. D.
J877. ALKKKD COMINUB. Adm'r.
w ilt. Cum Testamento Annexo
a Week In vnur nvn town. Terms and
it; oiitnt tree. 11. uallci a uu,, rort
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dress, F O. VICKERY, Augusti, Maine.
4a ton Ir day at home. Samples worth
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I am only Billon, says the dehlllUtated
victim of sick headache, pain In th right aide,
constriction of tlie bowel) and hypochondria.
Are these trllles. then? Nos unchecked thy
lead to mntal disease. And wt a surely as the
dawn dispsls the darkness, 1 nrrani'e KrTer
vvarent Hltser Aerlen( will remove
them. Iry it.
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lull n1 Cut WafbinffloQ ttmt, Cbtfito, for tfc cur of all
inrsM, vuruDM- anu (jsxui r?MlaU rlf .
rvou IHblllty, ui1 Lot Mwikood, vmataHv
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rvquifinf tfruiniit with horn mil bosurj, c)l orwrlu.
tu? ronvfnlfnr far pfttknu. tStnd nftv Ctoli for MAK
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Ism (JimmIj nd ClrrnW ofl mporUnt informuyt by iipm, I'm
ultaium fm tad ewtUaUJ, R.1UL1 ftna.. Fllla, a t Bo
Permanently cured no humbug oy one
month' usage of Dr. Uoulard'i Celebrat
ed fm Powder. Ta convinua sufferers
that these powder will do all we claim for
them, we will send them by mall, post
paid, a free trial box. As Or. Goulard it
the ouly physician that has ever made tbn
disease a special study, and as to our
knowledge thousands have been perma
nently cureu Dy me use oi tnese powa ;rs,
we will gaarantee a permanent cure fr
every case, or relund you all money ex
pended. All sufferers should give these
Powders an early trial, and be convinced
of their curative powers.
Price, for larpe box, $3, or i boxes loi
f 10, sent by mall to any part of United
States or Canada on receipt of price, or by
express, C. O. I). Address,
ASH & BOBBINS,
3C0 Fulton Street. Brooklyn, N, Y.
Consumption, that scourge of humanity, Is
the great dread ot the human family, in all dril
1 fee! confident that I am in possession of the
only sure, infallible remedy now known to
he profession tor ike speedy, positive cure ol
hat dread disease, and lis unwelcome concom
itants, vizi Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis. Ner
vous Debility, etc., etc. I am old fogy. I be
lieve in medicine. Twenty-eight year expe
rience as a ousy practitioner in tue oeat con
sumption hosuitals in the old and new world.
lias taught me the value of proper medics tmn
no in locai wiu constitutional in laecumoi mis
freat enemy of our race. I hare found It Hut
am digretssing. I started ut to say to those
suffering with consumption or any of the above
maladies, that by addressing me, giving symps
toins, they shall be out In possession jothls
&reat boon, without charge,' and shall bare the
enellt of my experience In thousands of case
successfully treated. Full particular, direc
tions for preparation and use, and advice and
instructions for successful treatment at your
own home, will be received by you by return
mail, free ot charge, by addressing
DR. JOHN 8. HURNETT,
w3Uy 107 Jefferson itreet Louiivlll
VITAL WRAKNBSS OR DEPRESSION I a
weak exhausted feeling, no energy or eonragei
the result cl MENTAL OVEK-W OKK. INDES
CltETlONSOit EXCESSES, or some drain oa
the system, Is always cured by Humphreys
Homeopathic Specific No. 'JS. It tones up and
invigorates the system, imparts strength and
energy stops the drain and rejuvenates the
entire man. lleen used Iwenty years with per
fect Success by thousands. Sold by dealer!,
l'rice l per single vial, or per package ol
live vials aud t-vial of powder. Sent by msll
on receipt of price. Address HUMPHREYS
HOMEOPATHIC MED1CINK COMPANY, UK
Fulton street, N. Y.
Estate ot Louts ftlutteau, deceased.
The undersigned, having been appointed
Executrix of the last Will and Testament
ol Louis 11 atteau.lateor the Countv of Alex.
ander and State of Illinois, deceased, bare
by gives notice that 8D6 wtiiaPDear before
the County Court ot Alexander County, at
the Court House in Cairo at the October
Term, on the 3rd, Monday in October next,
it which timo all persons having claim
against said Estate are notified and request
ed to attend for the purpose ot bavins; the
same adjusted. All persons indebted to
said Estate are requested to make immedi
ate payment to the undersigned.
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ii. F'.'vrrHiid Ante, Chili Fever, Agnes, . IC
7. TMIes, bond or bleeding , as
'sl,ti tliuy, md Soie nr Weak Eyes, . B0
i. ( sitart :i. "Cine or chronic, InAnenaa, . K
1. VVtio.tp tt r-i oil ri, violent cougns, . 10
I. Aatlima, opprcHH-d Breathing, . t . V
.i Dir Disch irre. Impal.Td hearlna, . W
.1. Mcroliila, enlsri ed g'sr.us. Spelling; . hi
H. l.rn ral Debility, I dtsKul VV'sakasss, . (C
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I. c:ne, ilck.. irom ridlna . aT-
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V). r'nnrv Ueahnena, wrtth.f thebsd, K
il. I'.tlnlul PrrUid, orwttk Sjiaaons. . f
-i n sense of Heart, palpltitioa. ste, , 1 o
11. I ii'lepwfy, Spasms, hi. Vitus' Danes, , 1 On
il. U'.pl.tl'.er'.a, ulcenjed sore thms. . , 10
Z. l lirun jC(inset..msaudBrBuuoas, Hi
rnc. Morocco, with above 33 tarffe Till ant
Manual of directions, I14.H
('use Morocco, of 30 large i Lis ino Book, I.N
Tlirsr remedies are eat by l he ease
single box or vial, l.i aity part of tk
ci try, free or cliare ou Kcejlstof
Cilice and Depot, ltsj Ttdti i. et. New Tfocks.
For Male by ail ItrmgsTlsta.
t'T Humphreys' Speciflo Manual on the
care and treatment of diaetso and its oar.
Gent FRELE oa application.
For Sisaaaoa of the
Throat and filings,
auoh aa Coughs,
Ait tuna, and Con
sumption. The reputation it his attained, la
consequence of the marvellous cures tt
lias produced during the last half cen
tury, Is a Mtfllcient assurance to the
public that it will continue to realize
the happiest results that can be desired.
In almost every section of country .
there arc persons, publicly known, who-
have been restored from alarming and
even desperate diseases of the lungs,
by Its use. All who have tried It ac-i
knowledge its superiority ; and where,
its virtues are known, no one hesitates
as to what medicine to employ to? re
lieve the distress and auflerlag peculiar
to pulmonary affections. CiuuuiT Pac
tokal always affords Instant relief, and
perforins rapid cures of the milder va
rieties of bronchial disorder, aa wellaa
the more formidable diseasea of the
As a safeguard to children, amid
the distressing diseases which beset
the Throat and Chest of Childhood, It
is Invaluable; Tor, by its timely use,
multitudes are rescued and restored to
This medicine rains Mends at
every trial, as tho cures It is constantly
producing are too remarkable to M
forgotten. No family should be with
out it, and thoso who. have once need,
it never will.
Eminent Physicians throughout the
country prescribe It," and Cwrgyuea
often recommend It from their, knowl
edge or Its cflects. -j ;V;,;)!i'j ...
mraaaa at'i-'-'-' ' '
Dr. J. C. AYCR 4 CO.,
PrssUaaf sipA AaatyMaal