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CAIRO POSTOFFICE.
OrftCK llrtuiw l'nim "iIW n.m. to (1:30
tun.; Sunday iroin "lolln.m. Money
Order 8:C0.m. lo ft:00 i.m.
Clqxt.
Arrive.
VToO i 2:05
1:00
6:00 I
,, I Ml,
lllteoli On Inil It 11 i
Dally '
MlM Onlr.il It It
liatly.
Cairo A- Vlnccnnw
It It-Dally.
Cairo, A lit tuns A
IrMO It ll-ll.illy
Ohlo Itlv.T Itoule
Dnily rr't.Miiniln)
MIm. ltlii-r Horde
tlu, Sun. Tu. Krl
lljwn.Tu 'Pill at
'IhcueA Houto
Prlday A fnlunlny
10.1X1
10-3D
10 (
10 09
01
1:J
i
C:00
0:00
(1 W. McKkaio, 1' M.
IIAII.HOAOS.
TIME CARD.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R
miivt t.r.&rn tAinu
.lull at 1 IIVh m ....... .tally
express nl... .30i in ','
Kivlghl ul 4.(u lu.-liicipt Sunday
m ight at ... . ... in...
Knight ul -. M m. ' '
lVlKlit n' OVttii. in,.. " "
AlllIlVK AT eituo
Jlall nt . -iMn. Ill Dally
Kipn.t nt. 4:15 p iu...i;xccpl .Sunday
Freight nt ...... 8:41 . m... " .Monday
Freight at l:aii. lu... " BUit.iay
Prvlght nt :.V)p. iu .. fcunday
Freight nt .....llrl.i p. in ..
JAMES JOHNSON, Aeent
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R
OAino
O
EVANS VILLE, INDIANAPOLIS,
CINCINNATI nnd LOUIS
VILLE. OS ami after Novtinlr Bi, passenger trains
will mil (Lilly except Sundays as follows:
UOINO .NOUT1I
lsart CAIltO. 3:(0A.M.
ArrluVIKNNA ISM
" llAltltlMllitU t!:44 "
" NOltlilS C11Y M0 "
" CAItMl 10.10 "
" (ilt.W MI.I.i: Hi:.'.l "
" Ml CAItMKI. II Uli '
' VIM KNNT.s 1J:' 1' M.
" t"MON' IIKI'OT liitt '
tA.ve t'NION DKI'tll'.....- l.'4'J "
Arrive IMIIANAI-OMS O.IS "
" UMINXATI !: "
" U)L'1VII.LK .. . T.44 "
" i;VAXslLr.K .Is "
UOINO aOlTH.
ArriveCAlltO . .10:3."iP M.
" VIIINNA f:.VJ "
IIAKKMIUIitf: CM "
' Mlltl!lClTY.... . .U "
" CAItMl -. J JO "
" tiltAYVIM.K . - I 41 "
" MT CAKMKL J..V "
VIXl B.NNK- .2. "
" IWION HKI'OT !.' "
Arrive I'MO.V IIKI'OT !M
heave lMHANAI'Ol.ls . (MA.U.
t IMtNVATI ( "
Lui huat. ; "
' KVAXiVILI.K .11. W
jiorvn cuv AcooMMot.Ano.s.
IxavtJt AlltO - .. li JOaodSOOI'M.
M.lfXHCirV llSandS "
1 mo 1 I. ily AeoMiimxIatioii rniw Wetlocadiiy
nii.l Miuinl.tr
Makin; c.lo-e connections lo anl fn.in all
jiliits Kiitnnd North, at lii liai.sp .lu anl tin
nnnali. and to ami from all Iwints lilh ami
Vc by nil awl river
31. B. GOODRICH", H. L. lIORItlXI,,
lten'1 I kUt Ag't tiMivral Ui't
ST. L0TJIS.IR0N MOUNrAIN j
AMI
SOUTHERN RAILROAD.
OMVIIIL'K3 iirnve nt ami i1rnrt from lli
ottlii-. Vi Ohio liiw, iw f .ll'.wv
lra I.Xiiv- lritei ililly nt 11 S) 1' M , unit
nrrtu-iiit I n A M
TIimhIi freilit IniTi't D.illy iwnt iuii'Uiy,
nt'ilSl' M , iiikI nrriMutut .1 :fl 1 M
Time lo all wint In Tc.i anil Art. ina,
0,1 HOUUS LESS THAN BY ANY
Z4t OTIIKR ROUTE.
Time from Cairo to Utile Itoct, 13 hours.
To 'l'i'X:irv.iiui, '2i Iioum
'ro.U'llrrion, Trxaa, i'i liouri
To .Man-hall, W liour
TohmrMirt, Umi'lana, '."J hours.
To IMll.n, lru, -.1! hoiira
To llnirnt', '!Via, :U hour
To lloii'toii, Texas tl lioura
To tiuhciton, Tr:n, 41 Ikium.
C. W. HEaUEMBOURO.
At-iit. Cairo, Illn.
TIM33
PERRY-DO AT
THREE STATES.
TTXTII. fiirtlur iiolli-.-. (lie t'vrrvtiout .
'Thnc
U States," will mile the follow Ihk trllf
dally, exi.'ptlng Miudajs, viz
Triti
X.i.
Ij-iiU'OUio
foil 4th M.
lauvc .Mo
Kerry I.'nd
Ia'iiu1 K'v
r.io i.'ii'i
B 00 n.m.
10 00 a. in
1 00 ii.m
2 00 p.m
3 30 p.m
M.1 Ih'I.IW
11 30 p.m
8 30 a.m. 0 00 a.m.
10 30a.m 11 00 a. in
to K . oult 1 30 ii.m
3 .
4 .
5 .
0
7-
u id p. in i
2 46 p. in i to Mo. only
4 00 n.m i '1 30 n.m
Mt ,l'l.iw to Mo. only
a iu u.iir in .mu uuiy
'Jt.-illroad lamding.
S3"rrlnXo I and 7 nmy lunM iiirtis fur St
Loin.., Iron MoiiiiI.iIii A xiuthern lUiluat trains
O-ltili No. U, curving fuilit lor t 1,., I.
ilk s. ity.
ra-eni:er ikxIrhiL- to L-o to mid from Mlo-
bouri alter t) n m . .'.in iix.-rLiln lifting time
and place by -tii li I n x on Imunl
(In Min.laya one tlip will lie made, leaving
IjiIm ut 't . p m , .MiM.iuii nl'JUOii m, ami
. .. .., ..... ... !.. V'..
1 AlllO 11 VhltltY ".UMl'ANY.
Cairo, Ills , Nov. IsTI
'4NSI'.MI'l'ION'.
Consumption Cured
To Kmroii or Tiik IIii.i.kiin
i:Tixir.n rniKNu -You vtil) please inform
juui ita'itria 11.4. I iiui e a IKJS.'.H e
Cure for Consumption
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS
fur a lire II will not
b.nellt luthtsj, konrong
de ntKl, to any eulleier
1 ulll tend a Miin
uddreasliii! me
J'ieiie thow Ihifl lt-ttt-r to anv one von miv
know who is Diitleriug Inim thete dU.iwfj anil
ouuge. raiiiiiuiiy sour.
Hit T V IIUItT.
Vi vviuiams i , .New nut
TOII.U CO AND (IIUAItS.
H. MEYERS,
Wholesale Dealer in
Tobacco and Cigars
PIPES
1X0
Smokers' Materials.
02 OraO LEVEE,
Cairo1 Illi.
$xt InUtvtht.
PARAGRAPHS.
Tliu lalcitra. AtmWlilto Vow, Inn
will lntniadoiml)llp,l)cqiicntliod $305,000
r a -i.
to tilt' pUlillO lUftllllllOnS OI AUW lrh
. .
A year nco tlip city oriicicnii, Jion-
tnnn, fiinVicd n loi or$8oO,000 wortli (if
ImlldliiiH liv lire, but tlio iw-iossalilf
Viiliii'of the lioii'frtoriH'tod since that
time U jrrt'ator than that of the hulltlhi,"
destroyed.
The young nplriint for. journalltlc
laurels who catnchito our ollloefour days
njro and wanted to learn to he a reporter.
hits proved himself an Indt ratlgaiilc work
er. V MUit hhn outnner an Item and
ItuV been out tiller It ever ,lnce. X 1 .
Oummtvcial Adcoiir.
Jones mid hi" beautiful bride are on
their way Knt, and the Nevada editors
nn.nll MUlihiL'ihat "no n olid may ever
lower upon Ihe path oflhchaiipy eoiiple.''
)'c take ploiiMireln iiddlngtlmt anyeloud
aoelatcd with .foiies would he very
likely to have a Mher lining. lirvoklyn
Araut.
it appeaHthat notwllhstandlni: the
.cvero uieafures tttkeii by the liiltiii
Oovernmeiil iimilnU the l'oles In I.llhu
auhi Ihe peasantry are still as I'oIMi
In mlrlt as ever. The allenilils ol
.. . ... ii... i,.ti-i.
! element by hitroduchi'' people ol
I lliu jtlPri llliiriii ii im;i iiiv . w.ic.
( ...I.... ...,ll......ll,..j I,.,.... I.lll,.,rl.. I...1 till!
UIIIIJI IlillU'llillllll. II.IIV ...... .....
little Mteeese. 'I he Humans pix-ferjlo em
Ignite to the i?onlh,where hlh vares are
to be ,'ot, lor little work; If tiny of them
come to Lithuania their hie U inade to
unpleasant by the hostility of the Inhali
ltant to cverythlni; Hu-'lan that they
foon go away again. As for the Ger
man, they neither know the language
nor the law, and they are full of preju
dieis ngalii't lorelgners. If the Govern
ment wrv torcMorctothePokstheriglit
(of which It has deprived tlinii) to ptir-
ch:u-c pojici ty In Lithuania, the estate of
the immigrant, who an? mo'tly yonn'
and few In nuinlier. would rapidly again
fall Into Polish hand.
THE NEW
WALTHAM!
The it twrire months at the Wnltham
Watch I'aetory ruiTt- brm tht busirtt In the
Uonijiany'a history. (Several wholly new tra
iriDilinp watcbea hare boen proilucnl, and great
iniliroTtnivnU 1ut( been effected In the manu
facture ot all variety of their rlandard watchei,
until now they Include every tlze In both key
and item-winding, thai eon be ilcjiml, of every
qualityaiid ofeier- jincc. At the fame time
Heir Intentions in machinery, and other large
eoonoinlus, have eheaiK'nitl the coit, bo that at
irr.ifnt it is not too much to claim tli.it the Wul-
Iharh Watches are the bc.U and cheajHtt watchei
i the woilil. Thee claims are, In fact, almost
everywhere admitted. In this country it U a
Mutter of fact that hardly any line Arnerlran
waUhe areold but those of the Wnltham inaVe,
while oniera are now regularly received from
Knglaml, Australia, mid the Ilrltish l'ostcs-
ulons generally, and forelRn countrlca arc aban
doning Ihe hand made production's of Swititr-
landand England, nnd eagerly adopting Amer
ican inachlue made Wall ham watchea In their
place.
Ilujera of eilter watchea should be careful to
obsenc the ahunp of the Company on the case,
unwell aa on the movement, n the Waltluim
Watch movement, me frvpuently put Into caie
which am Inferior both in quality of metal and
workmanship.
for Nile by all leading Jewelers.
Poaitivoly no Watches sold at retail.
ItUlllllNS & AITLETOK,
Cenenvl Agents,
i New Voik, Itoston, Chicago, and London, Kng.
A
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0
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n
CENTAUR LINIMENT
Hie gieat discoveiT nf the
age 'Ihere in no naln whlrh
the Centaur l.lulmrnt will not
relieve, no hwelling which it
"in ui Mimiiie, anil no lame
lies which it will mil rm.
-'lhli Is ttiong Inngunge, but it
it lruc " 1 humlingi the
WW irr lie Ii nrlnleil nrmoiH ...h
n.iiiie a circular coniaining lertlllcatea o
vrondfrnilruri's of rheumati.m, neuralgia, lock
Jaw, iipniliia, awelllng, ncal.U, eaked lirf.mis
liionons ones, i rtuen hti , goui Mill nieum , ear
ache, Ac , and Ihe ivcincof the liniment villi I,
pro.luce.1 It m'IU as no article liefure did
uiki u M il lanuihr it noes jiut what It pie
i.-iios to uu iinr Hi i nr llie I tiitnnr l.lnl
m"! f",r nulmaU tjellow wrapper) Is worth i
'"lll,'l,,i dollars lor niiavlncd, liraliie. or gaile.
hordes nod mules, and for erew-wmm hfep
0 UtntlV or htoc L-nwnrr run iflnnl l.
Iti
OU1 t Clllllllr l.lnlTAnl l,lp. rji -
large
. u ' v. " A CO ,
M llroadwar, New York '
f USIOItlA u more than a suhnilule far
W Castor o I II Ii ih.nni. ..r. .,.1.1.
(J,. .... l.i. I. .. , ' :",c .'i"ino.
.....n.- "ineii i uir 10 regiiiaie I lie lionals
cine wlndcollo an produce ustural sleep a ,
pi.-asnni 10 lane LDIIurm ner.1 not err aud
wt'Mjm' i ; ,A j
ZANONE & VALLA,
RESTAURANT.
OP.T YOUIt
FRESH SHELL OYSTERS
Corner Twonty-Eii?hth Stroot and
uommorciQi Avcnuo.
.1 I). Zancre. . U, TIU.
M i f '',1 , g
Iff
"WILSON
k "SHUTTLE
FOE
50 Dollars
FARMERS,
MERCHANTS,
MECHANICS,
AND
EVERYBODY
Buy the World-Renowned
le
THEBESTlHTHtWOBLD
The Highest Premium
vas awarded to it at
VIENNA;
Ohio Stasie Fair;
Northern Dhio Fair;
Amer. Institute, N.Y.;
Cincinnati Exposition ;
Indianapolis Exposition;
St. Louis Fair;
Louisiana State Fair;
Mississippi State Fair ;
AND
Georgia State Fair ;
FOR DEINC
The Best Sewing Machines
and doing the largest
and best range of work.
All other Machines in the
Market were in direct
COMPETXKIQSr.
S2T For Hemming, Fell-
i r
ing, stitcning, uoramg,
finding, Braiding, Embroid
ering, Quilting, & Stitching
fine or heauy Goods, it js
tyisurpassed.
Where we have no Agents,
we will deliver a Machine for
the price named above, at the
nearest Rail Road Station of
Purchasers.
Needles for all Sowing
Machines for Sale.
Old Machines taken in Exchange.
Send for Circulars, Price
List, &c, and Copy of the
Wilson Reflector, one of the
best Periodicals of the day,
devoted to Sewing Machine's,
Fashions, General News and
Miscellany,
Agents Wanted.
Address,
Wilson Sewisii Mine Co.,
CLEVELAND OHIO.
A BOOK FORJTHE MILLION
Guido.
BIJMriM llt r.?.U0Dl3
UMt SUmHm J Uu Mtu. M r.frnietloa, rimnUa
u.MUJrt.ilMi.a.. r
TkU I. .i luuraillic wk In inra4 S .Irtr
u.. Mia.i iiua, wilt U4
Pi . " iir'Hifi, ui Mtui.i .ui.ki
Ufera.UM fw u.i. .ho r. nsViM .r iu.Fl,u m."
rl.ii. mil Ii Ii . boa ib.i cibi w u i.pi uto u
II INUIII It! .1HH.Q0. ,04 Kd.M ,f , rk.il.l,.
tk.n np.UU.. Ii ..tU old., .b.iUil U Ii U. rrl.
i.u 4t.r .r.i.r; an, .si fra.l. Uv..b.al Ul. .DUn
flM. 11 .BktM.. tlirjUIII .0 IU. .UM..1 .1 mN.
U,j intra UU Ii ,tb luo.U,, u4 uuo u-l U mU
tiaiLlla.o;.H.roik.
ami i. o t on. iriM r iiuct) hr nnr c.u
i Uau! Si DuW"l. ! . -HU ItrM,
Nolle to Ihe Afflicted and Unlortumte.
Bifor. ipplUm to lb. .wis., q.uli b. tJitnlM It
tubus .n. tc mini ,.,, rtDMllit. rsrut Vi.
Biilu- w, at Biiur btl tw SUhh U u U. w
tb't;t.rt.ollu.t. wtmi,
i I";"? "ttHttedmMstiwietflwtal; m.trttnn
tutu, , .u, .. u. HImm aUtt4 u tiTi'
tl pultri, a. II K.rlt II4UU WmC um
lUlllllllUbllBLLML 1.1.. II. '
rniirsn n.nii...
1 htre neii ami ire
pieasei nun the ehio-
rani Ii vfK Mkl.i.
their humor and line'
moral leion at well
as theexrellrtreof ti.
teulioa, aie the most
popularehrnmot of the
day, aid theuld butt
Itte in erery ftmllr
EIO 10 TKI PAIB.
If lot rVuod t your pletnre dtnleit tmi
fy.."' ttntt deecrhitlTeelrlr, to the
IteMilher J r kYum fltTelwa, e
Sewin pie
Spend Your Money
that m ttII get It all hack In real solid com
fert, bj luventsni; it lu one of our
aw patent
Evening Star
STOVES
rainoua for pWntT out a wonderfully Slrent,
l'leataut and I'nifonn Heat at a
Small Cost of Fuel.
eiSff-Hltnnln in nnnntrilfition. PrlHi-
1w innnnn-nri. fmroftlllv inildo Of tllO
very bost materials, always has
flrst-rato draft, nnd guaranteed to
givo BatiBtacuou cvorywucro una
unucr an circumsiuucuB.
oi.n nr
Ezcoleior Manfaotnrlnc Company,
012 and 014 N. Main St. St. Louie, Mo.
iMO BT
CHAS. HENDERSON,
CAIRO. ILLS.
IaSi'jtA.M'1'.
C. N. HUGHES,
tiineral
Insurance Agent.
OFFICE:
OXZXO . LEVEE,
Over Hnthusi & UM'i.
"VTON'i: but I'irat-tlats Companies repre-
0.1 reuieu
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 1858.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND CANDEE,
General-
Insurance Agents,
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, up-itairi.
The Oldcat Eatublishod Acnoy In South-
urn Illinois, representing over
8G5 000.000.
O.M..
Coal Coat
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
ST. JOHN'S and
PEYTONA CANNEL
COAL!
OrrlnrB fnr firm! V tlio ntK.lnnil
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
itw)To larso consumors nnd nil
manufacturers, wo nro nronnrod
to supply any quantity, by the-
uiouvu or year, ai unnorm rates.
CAIEO CITY COAL COMPANY.
Cf"Hallldsy Ilro 't odlce, No 70 Ohio It.
t'i-llalllday Ilro ' uhurllmat
ChAIKiryptlaiiMIIU.ur
SJ-At the Coal Duinji, foot of Thlrty-Kljht
t3-i'ost Offlce Drawer, 300.
ROSS'
Coal and Wood Yard.
COMMXBCIAL AVJENUK.
PITTSBURG and ILLINOIS
UCOAL-xjr
.an
STOYB WOOD
Kr.1T constantly on hand at Rots' Tard,
Commercial avenue, oppoeile Rroet'
lliilldiDg
Orders promptly filled.
Coal and wood tltllitieJ free of chargt.
Terms .trletly oh.! 17-10.ml
Tow-Boat For Sale
1W. auliserllier ofTeie for eale the Steam
- Towing mei-H-Whevl lloat, He llammltt,
wilheaxlnea, machinery, tackles, apparel and
furniture it ehe now 11m at Cairn, Hit.
, Her lenplh i 142 feet, her hrewlth V4 feet, her
leiilhA flit and Nie.uuii 270 tons. Shi has I
holltrtJl feet lone and M Inchea diameter, 3 high
I're.siiieeajne with cylinder 17', laches in
eiLr and 8 feet stoke S feed pumps dVi la
this in diameter audi; luchee stiolt and all
injdfin lraprovaiaentt,aud it la every retpeot
staunch, ta worthy, and la (Oud eatidlllou for
nartKntiok, far teimt apply to.
8.1, Tat101.
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I The Gamble Wagon
OAXZIO, XZjXiIIVOZB.
MANtTAtrntliD 11V
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE BEST and CHEAPEST WAOOK MAN
UFACTURED. UANUPACTOBY, OniO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Fourth Street
rOODS.
Wholcsalo Prices, but No Crodit!
;Mrs. C. McLEAN,
Next Door to Stuart & Oholson's
EIGHTH STREET,
BETWEEN COMMERCIAL AND
r WAHHINOTON AVENUES.
HATS, Itonnets, riowert, reatheri, Hlb
bon, Ijce., Silk., Velvets, Tiis, Ituch
liiK't lte.1 ( ; I o 11 , Curets. Hosiery, Worttclii,
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IIOL'SIC l'.ll.Ti:it.
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General
House Fainter
1XD
PAPER HANGER.
CORNER TENTH STREET AND
WASHINGTON AV.
I S prepared to do at) kinds of House l'alntlnr,
.J laitoIOI,lf UK iimicH.'ings ribiir, it, luc
city or turrouudini; couulry at re:nouable pri
ces All onlert will reci-ie prompt and per
sonal attention Call and tie him
IIIO.S WOltKN.
Vulcan
Iron Works
Commercial Avonuo
OPPOBITE NINTH STItEE'I,
JOHN T. RENNIE. Prop.
FOUNDRY
Ur l -JT r 1 ITTI flTTATi
lYiAUJliJLNJLU bJtLUr
FOBOZS AND
PIPE FITTING,
MILL, STEAMBOAT
MAOHINEEY
MANUFACTURED and REPAIEED.
s
PKCIAI. attention alven to llglit and heavy
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U iuikiiih. uuuec, u,iiimi i.hi""1! i,v, ;mi.
wort, and all vrora or a similar cuaracier
Ateam and km IlttliiK In nil Its hrunchea A
full attortnicut of MoitI., laslter ,t Co. 'a
Philadelphia pipe and linings Hiats goods,
etc., and cat llxtuiea alvfays on baud,
PIPINO or HOlSE FOR OAS
MAI1K A SPECIALTY,
III lull I, vi IIIK rniiit., rm , ,ui biiivi
Two aleamhoat engrnee, 18), Inch bore of
cylinder) file feel stroke, and in guod order.
One steamboat thaft aud crank) wrought Iron,
vine eoKioc lor nuisiiliR lieiaoi, i;,aiu.
One 10X20 saw mill euglne, with rhaft and
erank for muly or gang taw, second hand
One new "AlJ englnei my own manufacture.
Also, a second-hand stave cutting machine
aadloluter, and uarthouse hulsllng inachlue in
good order . , . . . .
Ksglou an suashlaery f U kissVs basfnl
aasl eoU
t aiacftciutas totJU 1
Aaeat or Cameron's Special Steam Pump and
Roller Teeder, the best manufactured. Coil's
Patent Hyplum Pumps, and Jud.on'a Patent
Uovernor and (Soiernor Valie
KKW A I VKRTINRM IllfTN.
TT? A Qr11". choicest In the world.
I j!l A fNlmiiorlere' prices - Iugest com----i-.Kv,mJ
j,, Ainerlca-etaple artlcle-
P,,tM!!MIy!"",.Tn", "hbiij inc.-
mPntaiot SSTOK "
H . Itt'fMKl.l., ruMlsher, llotton, Mate
Alt.MtTIMINfJt dlieupt flood Hytle
... m" .T A'l'i"ine who lonleniplale mak
iig r.nnlrarts with newtpars for Ihe I111.etll1.11
?.r ",,,tr,l;.rni,,!!''.,h,,ll,' M ud an si-iiIn to
v .i 'r "!'."rM.A ''0 41 l' few
("inn ik n iitioi ineri.isw
aew,aira and esllnuites, ahowlna; the eott
,J.tr,'i"nl." ,nV" r"r. I'l'Hni? papera In
nmiiy Nlnlm.rjt n tienien.loiia leducllon from
putilltheri' ral.e (Jit ma nooK.
$5 2 20 "Idtir'
fii:f) HIIXaci.VAttO ,1'ortla
Teim
ml, Me
077feL
0 1"
A VKI!K entrtntf.1 In ninl ,..!
female ai'etils In their locality
Cotu nothliic to try It I'artictiliira
1' O VIClCKItT A CO .
Aupntta, ale,
" I JSTtHOM.VNt V.OIthOl l.CIIAltMT.M."'
.1. How either n may fascinate and aaln
ine lui enii.iarri ctlnnsfirnnyperaon they choose,
'"-""ij .i "ii iiicnii potti-rn, in-e, ny man,
forJ'i ienl( tritlhi r with a Marriage (iulde.
r.aypiian wmrie, ureanie, inula to Imllea, etc,
I.Uti.WO told A oiieer hook Aildnta T
M I.I.I AM A CO. , rulilithcrn, l'hlladelphla.
MOST EXTRAORDINARY
Tormof Advertlalnir aro offorod for
.Newspapers In thosuto of
ILLINOIS!
. vint for lltof pai. and fitkelulo of ratir.
Address
Gt3, P. P.'.vtll & Co., KimUii Ajcli,
So. ti I'nrk It.ivr, .e York.
liefer In Kdlt I ofthU l'aHr.
l57-I-t4..l.w4w.
,u I'rrten risii liiltr llior1 Itllleraa r rl,
Z lo i! fct in. , f.inl ic - ii i litiwe 1 pu
I el I eir I ti es . re l.ot ui"r i I . r
i ,i,n or ut. er Ineanr, ki. I sil.i i. .; ")
cuiiid point of it;i ir
ltfticiti. tir tiidletlZnii, It 1 I
n Hie lniillei. I in cl. ' iiickh i f i i I
.iiziiiick, Nmr l.ruiiati. nt vf IL? s i .
laslclullic Moulu, Hi k.i. a Atl.i k" I - . . )
it the Heart, lnn.iininailoii ot the I.u i I i I If
lie rrzlon of tlio Kiiliieir, and a lit. i ire I . 1 f
aiufui tjniptonis. are the c-tTprlni;s or l'jt; e,i
.a. one hotlie nut i line n Letter euaianlc: u
menu than a Irncili) a.lvertlciiieut,
I'or Frinnlr ('uiiiplnliilt, Inyti neorrll,
. iric.l tr klnslc. at Hie iUn of I 1r i 'I
i. e turn of life, these Tonic Hitters .H i y ar -
i l l an Iu'Duculc that linpioteiucil la acou . r
: ti:, s.
I'or I uflniumnlorr mill Chronic Illicit,
niiiliam and liout, Dillons. ;cinilt(.,,t a 1 In -
itlcnt relets, lUteates of the p.'ir ' Ij -r Ki'
iicjt and lllaililer, tlioe Hitters luio r.i ti 11
s u h Hltvaies ur- caused ly lll..tct I. I
They nrr n tfenllr I'lirKnllsi. n II ns
is 'I onic, posset.liie the iner t of 0 t. K at n
mnerfiil Dfcut In re.letiu? (ciicr-1 li r ll
.animation of Ihe Uicranil Visceral Orti., au,
u lllllom Ulseatee.
I'arMliiii Ilitriitea, Kraptlone, TCtcr fa't
:lieuni, lllvtrhee, it, I'lmplea. rattuiea I s
arliiincles, Itlr.c-viurins. N-ald Ilea'' t're I ics
.rjfliclas, Itch, scurfs. lilicoi'.raN' i.scfi ieM.pi,
ilumor and Ulieaiesof theM.lnr wnaieveriiantr
sr uature, are literally dm; up and cairieil c it o
'ho system In a short time ty the u,c of these
'itters.
Crnleful Tlioutnn.lt proclaim tsrnt
'irrKiw the most wonderful InvlKoratit ti.at eio
tuitalned the sluklinr .tttrm.
It. II. .1lrl(.A .! A' CO.
ImCRltta and (ien. ARt".. San Cram lco. Col., I
or. of Washington and Chatitnn hit., N. Y
bOU) ItV ALL IJIlCCOIbTS 1 LlKALhlUi-
HAN It N.
THE
City National Bank
CAmO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
OWICEIVS.
TV I' HAU.IUAV, President
IIKNKY I, HAI.l.lDAY, Vli-e I'lTSt.
A It hAKKOItl), l.'ashlcr
VAI.Ti:it HYSI.Ol', Aae't Cashier
S. STJkATS TATLOII, It. II ClflKIMOIUM,
II I, llAhUPAV, W I' IlAI.I.IIlAT,
U. I). YViLUAMKiiy, hrr.nir.M inuu,
A II. Saixiiui
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
TvKI'OSITtf received and a general LalikliiEf
hutinesa dune
Enterprise Savings
BANK.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1860,
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
omcKiu:
A. II. SAFKOItii, 1'iesldent.
8 8. TAYI.OIt, Vice l'nal.lent.
W. ItYbLOP, Sco'y and Tnnsurer.
DtUCTOBIi
P. M. IlAllCLAT. .""rPi-.'m1''
V. M. HTOCXrLITII,
K, II.
II JIALLIOAI,
IvTPnirtiT tiaid on deposits at the rate of alx
rTr r" pl?ftnn!!ni March Island Septem
lr lt Intirtat not withdrawn is added Imme
oMatiiyto the principal of the deposit., thuehy
giving them compound Intereit
MABBIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
DEPOSIT MONEY AND NO ONE ELSE
CAN DBAW IT.
Ontn everv butlnetsday from 9a.m. toS n.m.
and Saturday evenings for savings dcposlta only
Iron ( to I o'clock,
W, BTSLOP, Traaumrsir. ,
WANTED AtiKNTH fortho "Llfo and
7 ' .. Explorations of Dr. Ltv
insxaton.'' Complete, authentlci afrwhUiuk.
1 rtCt til Ifil to M,. 'Hin-i A.l.li...

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