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Thebes Route
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TIME CARD.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TnAl.KS LtAVK tAMO
tUll 12:lRa m Dally
KKsroH at....... tiiaop m '
rrtlflil at.- 4:00 a m..Kxcept Sunday
J'rrHi1taI...-..-....ll:Wa ni... "
rrtlflil at 4.:ioii in... 11 11
I'relKDt at 7:3) p. m... " "
.. AHIItrE AT CA1IJO
Mall at ....1:00 b ru Dally
Express t 2:30 p, m...Kxcpt Sunday
Vrtlant at.., ...... 8:U a m... Monday.
FTtlfhtat CMlp.m. " .Sunday
freight at 10:00a id... " Sunday.
rralgut at ll:C0p m .. " "
JAltES JOHNSON, Agent.
ST. LOUISJRON MOUNTAIN
AXIS
9QUTKEKS RAILROAD.
MStnUSES arrive at ami depart IVuin the
aiucc, no umo i.evw, as louows:
. Through freight leaves Monday, Wednesday
and Friday at I ,IOn. in Ariitcs on 'liie.sday,
Thui-sdac and frnturday nl in.
Texas Kvprcss leaves ilallv at 1' M , nml
arrives at 3:JU A M
Passenjer Accommodation lc.m-4 dally nt
2:0ua m arrives .1 isip in.
Time to nil Kilnta In Texas nml Arkansas,
C)A HOURS LESS THAN BY ANY
Z OTHER ROUTE.
Time from Cairo to Little Rock, 1.1 hours.
To Texarcuna, 2i hour
To Jefferson, lexas, 25 hours
To Marshall,-.!)) hour.'
To Shreiepnrt, Louisiana, '& hours
To Dallas, Texas, 'JO hours
To Hearnc, Texas, Sti hours,
To Houston, Texivs, 41 hours.
To Ualle.ton, Texas, 41 hours.
O. W. HEQUEMBOUnO,
Allenl Culm Ills.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
TIME OA1TD.
On ana after June 1st, trains will run ns fol
lows, Sundays excepted, tVum the corner of
Second street and Commercial nrcmic, Cairo.
Illinois:
GOING NOItTII.
Leave Cairo Id; 1 A. M
" Murphysboro ' ..V I M
Arrive Last St. l.ouis Tins "
OOI.NG SOUTH
Leave Kast ft. Louis 8:30 A. M.
Arrive .tlurphrsuorj l.illl' M.
Leave Murphysboro l:li '
Arrive Cairo .. .V '
Connecting nt St. Louis with all trains Went
and North. J.I, HI.VOKI.KY. sunt
J. VV . CLARK, Geucml lMsscnser Agent.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
BKTWLEX
CAIRO, EVANS VTLLE, INDIAN
APOLIS. CINCINNATI
and LOUISVILLE.
'FOURTEEN HOURS EACH WAY,
AND ALL DAYLIGHT RUN 3.
INDIANAPOLIS ANI C INCINNATI rxrltUSS.
Leaven Culro I.OO a. in
Arrives at Carml kM "
Arrivn at Vlnceuues 11:15 "
TU ST. LOL'IJ) A.VIl SOL'TIIEASrrUX IUII.IIOAO.
Arrives at L'vunnvllle ... 4 H p.in,
VIA INDIANAPOLIS A.MI1 VIN'CENNIV ItAILItOAII.
Arrives at Indianapolis. 4:.10 p. in,
VIA OHIO AND Ulialblill'I't UA1LIIOAU
Arrives at North Vernon :!.' ii.iii
Arrives at Cincinnati U:ii
Arrivisat Louisville -T f. "
CAIUOLXI'liltS
Leaves Indianapolis-
Iaves Cincinnati.
.... n 1U.
.... fi::n "
... 7:i
... S:isi p m.
Leaves LouUtllle .......
, Arrives at Vincennes....
Leave Vincentie
leaves Kvunsrllle
Arrives at Carrol.
Arrives at Cairo
11:40 H.m
4:1.1 p.in.
0:30 "
Making close connections to and from all
points Last and North, at Indianapolis und Cin
cinnati, and to and from all polnw south and
West of Cairo tiy rail and river
MOCND CITY ACCOMVOn.UlOV
The Mound City Acrorainculatlon runs Wed
nesday nnd Saturday.
Leaves Cairo...... ... lSiMandS Onp, in.
w5"""1 ' UI 1. IS and r. Top. ni.
m.. a, uuyuniuu, 21. 1,, MORRILL,
ien' Ticket As't
General sup't
CJKor Information relative to rales unci con
iitctlons, apply to JAMK4 MAI.I.OUV,
71 Ohio Ivte.
Allen, Maokey & Co.
New and Elegant Styles
CARPETING!
CURTAIN GOODS.
PAPER HANGI N Q S,
BEDDING m FEATHSRS.
... V lrt offering (rreat Inducements in nil ot
lo bov departments to the wholesale nnd n
tU trade. CMral Inipettlon Invitui
233 State Street,
One Block South ofTalmer Houae,
Olaloewso, in.
411-4-20-dewHw
A BOOK FORTHE MILLIOIt;
2tt(urriag! utZTi-:
aa . I Burrr, a tu i bru.iftu.
LiulA A. 1 nrKOtt .aS rtuttoM i
w v.iw I tu MI.l tjn, l tu.
Hut (luotwlM la tU rim .1 i.rMiuucc, in-mm
U MaKllM, a.
TiU b oa UUiwUtf v.ik H t i.aSnl ol di
PV1'. )VH UMnu mnUi, Ll ecaulai t.lul4
IbtormsU. M Um vb r aurrUa or toauvi!.! ntp.
rUfi .an li U Loo tut nibi u u i,pt u,.r twl
M Hi t Ufl c.KltMl sWat a. Uum.
It muIu tb jMtQ4. sal .4ilc r . rhntrita
att. rUUm It fl4 ll. .at .UulS U la U,ir.
u ar.aw ilinti M aa4 faa.i. U,fSJhoul u. aui
ItmaraMinirTUilai .ataoatiKl.r Ui.fta.
'."i u' u Uli4, aa Baca Utl U M
su.' '"'. . Uaktk Itmt.
Netle to tB. AMIcted tni UMertuniti.
""JAJfitM U a. kourtoa. iwh t. 4lrlln Is
EiVT iSTl-'i " .'V ) rwl. ruw Dr.
..?!; J!'." i.t, w... rwiei i
sws f tau asuMT aaa t.,, ui . l.
OVstUff tI BtU, I
5 ,:'" aanunwl I a Lb i kl.
VIM Mi CMa.
T..1I, "4 I
P PARAGRAPHS.
"One tiling," .':tys tin ols.1 toper,
'was lusver scon coming tlirotmh the rye,
ml that's tin- WnA of whisky ono yets
now.Kl.iyj.
"It's generally the case w It It bad
boy."," philosophically letnarkH ,MI An
thony, "that they look llko their mother
mid net llko their father."
Your fljct are very lyllili. ntld u
mini to his trlentl, who.-e leet w:s eov
ered with bunions. "Xo, not styllh,
but exceedingly nobby," wa' thn good
n.itured reply.
Kngllsh tr.ivelet "A hu got up two
linr.-c pMols tlropped from his back
poeketf." Intoi locutor "Jlut how lottld
lie llnil room for two lior.i pNtolsV
Third parly "O, ho did not mean two
lior.-e pMoN, eva' tly, he meant two
?olt platnN." "
A man In North Carolina who uin
saved from a eonvlctloit for lior; steal'
lug by the powerful plea ot hi lawyer,
after hUaoquIttal by the Jury, was nkcd
by the lawyer: "Honor bright, now 11111,
you did ftcnl that horse, didn't you S"
"Xow look ti-here, Judge," was the re
ply, "I aller-' did think I .tolc that hos,
but since I heiirn yourpech to that 'ere
lury, I'll be iioA-wncd tr I iilnt got my
doubt about li."
Jones went to n theatre the other
evening. The play was bad, the uotlug
worse. On all sdilcs Jones' friend-, wero
hU-hig both. "Von takoltroml'ortably,"
sild a friend to Jom". "I catne in on
an order, and I don't feel at liberty to
express an advere opinion,1' wat the re
ply. I'rc-ently, however, Jone- rose,
hurriedly, indignation in every Hue of
hU face, "l!y Joe, I must go out and
pay!" he exclaimed.
HOBBINS'
M0SI6 BAZAR!
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
CAIRO ILL
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OP
EVERY DESCRIPTION.
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
FZAlsTOS
Of World wido Reputation.
Acknowledged by all Kood Mmlcl.ins to U- the
livst l'iauo now made.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which wu have poUS over 40(1 tliirinir
twelvu years puit, Uccomlni; inoro uml morn
SMITH'S AMERICAN ORGAN,
.Splendid tone, l'oivcr .mil Dttralilllty.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very lino Instrument, adapted to Instru
mental iu well a vocal imi.-lc.
Am, Tin: aiiovi: aim: oitkukd ox
Kany .Monthly l'uytnenU, at lowllsutes
rc(;ardlehs of List Price.-.
In great variety, iuclinllng all tlio new
ami popular iiiiiIc ot the dav.
Onlcr.s from the Counttv"
promptly Illlod and eetit
by mall.
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS
ACCORDEONS, CLARINETS
FLUTES,
PICOLOS,
TAMBORINES
I'KEXCH UAltrS, ETC., KTC.
Band Infttvumontq o all Kinds
J- iintiiucil to Order.
STRINGS FOB VIOLINS, OUITABS, ETC.
01 the Ilest Ou illty.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of nil grade for I'luno or Voice.
HTSfV.vnrv ilici.rtnll..n nt M...I...1 M...
ehulHlle fllrtitwlmil In nritnr i.rfiintil li i.ik.1
ut prices lower than ever otlVrcd before.
JUKNXY ALSO Of
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send for Illustrated Calaloxuu and I'rlio
j.ui ot iticxe Dcutiunu groupei.
AU Goods Warrauted as Represented.
AddrefH,
BOBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
Cairo, Illinois.
In Chancery Mastcr'B Salo.
State of Illinois, Alexander couuty ss.
In tlio Alexander county 'Itcnlt Court,
(iamucl M. Orr ve. Iald K.tirlilln, et al
McclmilcH Men,
Public notlcu In hereby vlv n that In our.
suaneu of a ilecreo rendered In the alios
cntitleii can. e In t-ald Court at thn.May Tt-rin
thereof, A. I. lo71. I, John J. Uarinan,
Master In Chancery of tab! county, will, on
tho lsth day of June, A.l). 1 1)70, all! o'clock
p. in. of naid day, cell at public vendue to
the, lilijhent bidder, lor cash, (subject to the
equity ot redemption,) at the front door ol
the Court Ilotihu In tho citv of Cairo. Mil-
nol", tlio leasehold t Hate o! thu said ik-
rendant, DaMd v. (Irillln. in and to lot niiiii
IcrcdTlili ty-scvcii. (37,) in lllock nutubt-red
Btnty-ono, (71,) In the city or Cairo,
county tif Alexander. .Statu ol Illinois, to
Kvtlier with the buildings thereon situate
and thereunto belonging.
JOHN Q. IIAlt.MAN,
Maktur In Clianccry.
Oillto, IlX., May 'J7tli, 1K0, ie;(-.V27.wlt,
PRESCRIPTION FREE.
liUlt the fiienly ir0 (Jf tVeiiiliiul Wtaltmas,
" i Ixiat Manhowl and all dl,nlers hrouxht
'IL-Ynllr'ainur r U"
l.il-dAw.Jv. Klnelnnatl, tllilo.
T!.N WilS.E.JtiNca
VulM1, . bim Horn
V C0. rturUw.r, Dealer. Mil thrin
S9slsSMopai Cosparad Ulniia, boo
'tZriuSr-imTonft'ii-tt!'( b moll, pos!
Wtttriettin(t.ilsPi(r. Circalars treo.
mCH M'fOHKi
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IIAMIS.
THE
City National Bank
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
orricLiii.
W I'. 1IA1.I.IIIAV, rivsldeiit.
HUNItV I, IIAM.III.VY, Vlrcl'n-I
A II SAV'FOItll, Cashier.
VVAl.TKIt IIYM.ur, Ass'l L'ui-hler
niur.cTons
S. STAATS TA1L0II, It It t-l-NNINUIIAM,
II I,. Hallway, W l' Halliiiay,
1. I. W ILLI tll'O.V, STM-III.N lilllll,
A II .S.UI'OI'.D
EKclmngo, Coin and United StatCB
Bonds Bought and Sold.
KPOSITS re.vlie.1 and a general lianklng
Enterprise Savings
BANK.
CHAUTEUED MARCH 21, 1809
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
orFicr.ii"!
A II. SAKKOill), President.
S S TAYI.OIt, Vice President.
W IIYM.ur, sco'v iiiiiri'ri-.isimr.
iiliir.CTous:
1. M. lUltCLAY, ClIAA tiAI.llllll.lt,
1'. M. .SriKJhU.Kfll, I'AfLli ."-un it,
U. 11 ClWMNUIIAJI, II I.. IIALLIUAY,
I. M. I'lllI.LII-S.
I.VTi:i:i:STjialdiiideinlt1 tit thel.ito of six
licreeiit Mrniiiiiiiii, March 1st ami Septeiu-
l,.trl. Ml Ifff jtfftii jwil urUM- lll-jio.-ll'-, llii-ir.
Kiniik" tiiein Loiiiuoniiii iniercsi
Married Women nnd Chile' ren may
Deposit Money and no one
elso cun draw it.
0)'n ttrry liu-iiii'jsil.iy IIijiiiRi in. to 3 p.iu
nnd MturiLiy cenini; I'm-nat lui ile)Hisits only
lloiini to B o'clock,
W. IIYSLOP, Treasurer.
THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
Transacts all kinds of rt Logiti
ranto Bunking Businoss.
P O. CANEDY. President.
HENRY WELLS, Vico President.
THOMAS LEWIS, Cashier.
T J. KERTU, Assistant Caahior.
ft.l'3-IMf
VV.JO.H.
The Gamble Wagon
CAIXIO, IIiLIKOIB.
M.VNUl'AC'I UltKU 1IY
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE BEST and CHEAPEST WAOON MAN
UFACTURED. MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Pourth Stroot
SPRING!
SSUMMER!
Prices to suit tho Times.
Wholcsalo Figurofl, but No Credit I
Mrs. O. McLEAN,
Next Door to Stunrt & Gholson's
EIGHTH STREET,
BETWEEN COMMERCIAL AND
WASHINGTON AVENUES.
HATS, lloiimts, I'linnn.i, Imh, UlUlmm,
i i . S! t!''' '"' ItiiddMKs, Curaets,
hlddlotes, Jlo.lt ry, Worslls,
Abo Hi,. "Indies' Dies lt.fri tu'
ooriBiaT.
And all the m-w styles of triiiimluK bilks for
HnrliiKand Mimracr.
13-lhejo goods will li eld at try low I
un, ior WASH iitid ONLY. .l.fi
CAIRO,
Tho Trustees of thu Cairo City
Property tic-lie to call public nttcntlon
lo tin-incilts tjfilii'li propcrlj, coniptls
Ing a considerable poitlon of llm City of
Culro. In Alo.vuuilcr County, in tbc .Stale
of Illinois, nml liinN liiinii'ilialcly :nlj:i.
cent thereto.
I In i ill, ,i. li II Known, I- kdilal-'dat
I ln cnnlltH iicc of tl..i Hlilo uml Ml.l--Iiil
rivet-, ill (lie liouil if uniiuurttptcil n:i I .
Ilotion tlio .Ml,fvi pi, belli Iji-IoW oh.
triictloni. by be i ihc wilder nnd low
uater In mnmier, ind llttis b.-i. ii clear and
open riicrcoinintitlcatlon at nil times oior
tlm Mi-.K. pt nut. its trihut.'irlei, wuli all
tlio ciiintrv until, to tins Oulfol Mcx'co
and (lie Atlantic ilcoaii. Cairo liaun the
pitne character oicnnitnutiiviitlnn with till
tlio country uoitli over the m reams llowlng
by I', uheli tho'e Mrcitn-. am not liitmvb
Rahlt- by re.noti ol Ice orlor water.
liciotcthc cm of I'alltoadH, (Julro had
coiutn.-iiidli-K inlilnii us n cclltio id coin
nieiv nml n:iMtr:itloii. This Inipoitalice ol
po'llioti he, llll poi-ic. Inn iuimiow lln
uddit onat ndvantatro fit being n frreut rail
road - ii re, n imiutif roi the ni i-t ini.',a
aat laihoads III the Yallc) id thuMii-s -iiil
convtriiin' In and liming tlie.tr leriniiil
there. Am- nirtlieM-. coining frouitlieii'iilli
ate tlio ureal I'lluoN Central Itiibond,
whb h tr.m-e t Ii entire tale ol Illinois
Iroin.it - t-vtreuieiMirtlii-i'u and hoi-lli-cn-tcrn
to Its Miuthern limn, uml by Iteoiin- etlons
extends Into all the frruat nortliwe-tcrn
Ki'iiln proilnclng State" ; the Calm ami Vln
f nne-. clvultn;li-i)iu Cairo to the ( In of
Ybiueiitic.s, in the Suite ol Indian i, wliero
ltseiiiitii'ctlon atlord tlli-ect railroad t-fim-niiuilcatlotis
with nil l-'n-tern cities; titu
the Cairo ,V St. Louts lbillro.vl, allornuiif a
illreet railroad cotunuuileatloii with the
City t St. I.oilis and alltho ralhoaiN e.-u-tcrinir
there. Tho roads coiiliiir from llu
South are i lie New (Jrlfuj, .ku-kson and
Orcat Northern and tbe .Mobile and Ohio
lt:itlro:id, which (,'ive illicit ruilroad coin,
tminicatfou with tli cities ot Mobile and
New Orleans, and other Southern Atlantis!
tea ports, and by coimei'lln-,' road with nil
the country Mitli nl Calrj; mid roiiing
trim the cniithwvt I-tin- Calfo. Aikuusiis
anil Tcx is KallroaiJ, which i llord- -Imllir
eoUitnunle:itloii with foi them Mi-.-ouri.
Ark.nisis end Tcxo au-l tho pllnclp.il ell
Iks of tho-e S.tatc. ThU la't-iiniie.l road
will .die, also, direct i-ouneellon with the
Texas anil Pavilie lioadwheli It Is com li
ted, thu l'IWiijj direct commiuiK-ailon wl Ii
the priuclual ports ol tho J'aeitlu Ocean,
lhei-c ra.lro:td, terniiiialine;ut Cilro, nre
now an completed and In tuc.ee tttl opera,
tion, those lu Hllnol- coming into the cltv
on a bank olcaeh ot the ilvtr-, Ohio and
.Mls-bslppl. uml li-nnlnatinir al their coiillu.
elice, ihti. ciielrulinirtho city. The Holly
feprliif,'-, ilrowLsilile and Ohio Hivcr It-tll-road,
and the Cairo and Tennet?o ltivcr
Ksllroad, which wPI both terminatu at
Cairo, nro In couruof con-truetlon and will
nion be computed, and other rallrn.iii-holh
in Illinois anil in Mates hOtitli or tho Ohio
river, whb.-h will al-o ti.-i-nilnato ut Calio,
will greatly lncro:ie tho nllroad comiuunl.
catlnn- ol Cairo.
Its ci-ntral loentlon in tho are it Vnllev of
tho .Mlf.sppl,:iiul th- rcat wealth of filer
and rallroud cominiinl -itlon, nts to Cairo
uifurpar-seil iidvanLi s nH a cmmi-rclal
point, as ItallVirils to l.er easy and cln-np itc-t-e-s
to all the uralu loiltieim; districts ot
thoNorth anil West,.iidfliiiilaracco-- to all
the agricultural nro(iu:f cun. timers of tho
South, thus pre-cntlnc thi bett location In
thu VVeattorun In'eieiiuiiKC-of thu repc-t-ivonnrtheniaud
-outUm commodities and
productioui'.
A a ruantifs.ctiirin locution tho position
of Cairo Is not lcs Inportant. Thu elude
in tterl tls of every iloeriptlon, which con-
tltlito the elements ol m.inul'jctured aril,
cles, abound on ever) fbie, Iron ore, coal,
ofsupe'lor finality, itnl tlml.er of every
eluractcr, inory than others, lielm; ea-lly
and ehouply acccs-lliie, und the ikh at'ii.
cultural ri-Kion of tin ImmedUtc neLiilior.
hoo.l, a well as th n.ure retuota di-trb-ts
rendered tributary to It by river an l rail,
lurid-h supplies"! tin i.ece'H.irb fcof llfuln
such abundance as to render 111 Ini; except
ionally cheap. When the manufactured milch-"
are produced, tin- facilities for cheap
distribution hy liver and rail are not
equalled.
1
Cairo has a nmral, Intelligent, liberal and
entcrpiMm; p-ipuiaion orulx.ut pj fsi'ihas
a nioerlori-vstem ol publlu H-l.ols, whieh,
with others conibiclid by pri ato enter
prise, nllonl uoniip s.fd eiliicuioiial ;n.
raulai'Cs Is pos.e,ed of ui II-c-IliIiI Mitil
churches of neai ly every ilenntiiimtlim
has publl i and priiulo luillillnch oi a -upo-r'or
cha-actcr-h is a climate, width fur sa
lubrity ami heallhlul Inllucnccs ca.imt bo
surpacsi'd has a welbiet'tilaled mil i-f.
1 dent municipal oruauiz ttlon, Its tirei-ts
liphled llli cas.iuidothcrmctrnpoltannd
Mintages, which maku It hlhly illdr.tblc
aiid In rc-illty not to be excelled as n place
ol permanent residence.
Lots and hnd In Calm nro nowoflurcdot
very low pilccs, uilonllni,' tavorablo oppir
tutililnsio purcha-o, ami tho owners pi -sent
the location lo the public as otl'eiin.'
unriwilcil advantages lor thu mtccesslul tv
tabl slum ut ol ciimmciclsl or niunufactu .
In'cntcip l'c, and tho best locality in t'i
itountry lor prolltablo Investment ot cnplUi.
S. STA.U8 Tayi.uk,
Knwr.N l'Attsoxs,
Tiu-toes, etc.
CAllio, Ir.l.., Ma 1st, IS71.
f-in-tr.
i
HARPER'S WEEKLY,
i i.r.i stji,vtj;i.
NDMCKH 01' -1111: l-ltrhe.
The ecldy Is llm nble't and tnnsi pow
crlul Illustrated periodical published In
this eolinlry. Its editorial am n-lio:irly
and convuuioK. and carry much wcljrht.
I Us Illustrations of current cicnts arc lull
mid Ireso, ntnl nre prepared by f tit" bcldo
signers. Vltti a circtilitloii in i.'io.eoo. Hie
Weekly Is readnl leant by half n million
persona, mid II liilltteuro an nil nrcaii of
opinion Is simply tremendous. The Week
ly maintains it poliho portion, nml ex
presses decided ileWHon political and so
cial problems. I.oiiIhUIIo Coutler-.lotirinl.
Its articles nro model of lilminm-d ill
ciisdon, and Us pleloiial lllii.tratlium are
oil en cornilioratlie nrfiilnents of no small
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OF
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itTei'saehol'-i-ti on oti-r l,.vo."--n a- n - at V, mi I
r ji-rpiin ii.iiiiI II K liiiii-.ilithe Midd e Hi
Hlon "I tVrntvrii rnwa i lever and NKiii-i in,
Ira li" Ti lao-l tinM-i.t-d I ) rinlr w-l- Imin
Cliiuiioi, Willi tin i-tmiiire of er, snd similar In
Soil and eliiiiale lo tlie Unit entntl lllli.nis
(jf-larl rmhll For esi-nr-toii 1 ieket. Use
ru Hireliaa-rs iimii ililriir,,, r alallona
on tlm I liicaiiri, A Korth Wrrlern
ami Illinois i , ntral raltrriads In lltl,,,,!.,
out ami Isirk, oi t,r Mx and I'aniplilstsffl, ng
ItriVe, term. , r , -ent few, wMn-.s .Klfl.V II
l; VLIKit-x, I sml ( .,mrrjlslmi,T tti IbtiMl.ili.h
streel. " II, sir,,, orlV,,i lliiiild-, town
!i"-B :- ii
1
A)
Mm
t?
.Ho rsnit run l.tl.p lliesr trillt-ra ' r r,
to inn , ( ,,. i i- ii , i u urmi .r
0 infii , - hi , i ,i ( y , , . -i
jn i-r otln r I. e.-M, 1.1 i,r,-.iji
I.? old iK.liii of r- i-uir
I"IeiIfi of Itidlgrsllnu, ft' vln 1 - pr
I lh" M.'jit'-lers I ulif' , i,. oi t ,,s t i... .
.i,iiniss. N.nr Kmc i'K.im-1 ll, .S',,n,j h
ivslriuiiie Mi.nih, I,-., i .-!'.,'... I jlj.itnliw
' Ui Heart. Innuinnia mu n' tii l.nns ivm n
me rfglcn of th K i.ii, i, ai.d a l.iinun-il oii.r'
I'.iibrul syiiiptoms aiQ i',e opr,i,ir-t ot lit-,pp
l.t. One ts)tt:e wt,l .ri.ve r U tt-r Gniarftbtte o
II' merii" llinn a lenniha ailu rusenn-n' t
Vat S'riiuile t'umpliiliil., ln)oi:nff or old
',- rrieil ur slnole. nt Hie ilavrii orsromanho.!. ut
'.! lorn or hie. tlnsi 'Ionic Itinera ili'ia) w le
-. :-.'! uu luBuencc that i:u ro.mn nt is w.uq ixi
,.iiti'.
I'm I liflnlHiiuilKr) nml i'ln-niile Ittieii.
iiiiiliMit, auil Uotit. iu:iuuav lli.MUi.t mhii Int. :
' -"'.cat 1't.rcra. Injuis r . hm.i, u..i
nets ami lilicl.ivr. these Hitlers have uu e.jua,
li Insoases n i :me. I,, Vi'l. '. POk.,1.
'I'ltej mr it untile I'r.i niitir ft ell n
it t'o ii I e, Mhesiutt Hie merit ol actltiK ae
iHiwerrul airent in n- icvlna- ronnestlun or In
'.t.-nniatlon o.'tlie l.uer sn-l Vmeial Orvans, aui
ji 1,,-jos hlseases.
for Nttlii ttlsen.es, I'liiplions, Tetti-r. Kslf
:i -'iip. Ulutt iit-s, .-".r . riiriili-". I'. mull'.. , ),i,
m l une'rs innji wuriii. -vaM Mead. Sore j re"
. r!p '.it lt h S'tuTs. I'M, iii.,ia!!im.,rilit-Ski"
!:n-i r.in-J biMaresoi n.s .uin of whatever naim
r n-iiiire, are liierj:,t iimr ti ami rarrtc-l out o
he system lu a alio)', tltiw b) tliu use ol tliesi
enters.
(itiii-rul I'liou. mills prori.iim Vivr', n
Otts.ioi Hie most wotiiiotftii Inrigoraiit tli.it e' e
,i.ataluel the slntiiiK i-ira.
it. tu. .Ui now 1,11 ,v en.
initKlais and (ln. Ai., an I r.iie ivo, L'aL, A
or. or WoAhlni(tl.n and liiariton Ms.. N. y.
ttfiLin. iiy. ai.l lusrf.r.isife a iii:.t.t-n.s.
Evansviilo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co,,
-roi:--
Pnducah, Shawncotown, Evans
viJlo, rjouinvillo, Cinoiiinuti
nnd all way landings-
I I.h uiiiin.lUd nde-whit-1 steuini-r
IDLEWILD,
i ii
i:n. i:
1 owi.r.is .
'illllMAS..
Muster
..tli ik
111 twite l;tatisvilileirt alroeierj' MO.NDAV
nud'l ll,'ltsl).l at I o'l-lni-k p In
Iassvos CfUniBtery TUKSHAI nnd lillHAY.a'
1 o'clock p in.
'I lie elegant alili-Hlm l hlmii.i i
9tt.SC.
ARKAHTjAS belle,
J I HI IIOWAIIII Mostlt
Waltbu II. I'Kx.NiKiitos liirk.
Will leave Kvanst illi- for (ulroewry Tt'Ls-
ll.V Y and KUH'AY at I o'rloek p ill
111 hute fuirm very Hi',l).MIM V und H.V'I'-
ntDAYutilo'cloekp. in.
'I he elegant slde-whts.1 sK-nmer
PAT. CLEBURNE,
i?UH twrr Jbulcr
Mat. Wii.uams Clerk
Ijivea Cvaiu-tllle for Culro every Vi;i)M-,s.
DAV unilfAltllAllY ul 5 p. in
l.outea Cairo every 1 111 lti-l). V und S'.S).V
at (i p m
i:ueh boat iirnkei elo coniifs-l Ions at Culro
wl li l!rai-euu steamers fur M Louis, Men,.
J'hlsuild Now Dile.ins, nnd at I.tunville W illi
till I. ttC It. It I'oMill l..,lnl.. v.., il I..-.
and Willi the I.oiil,. Mull Meiuners lor all
iioluts on the I oner Ohio, irlvim. n, ,i, ,.
lelpU nil titltthu ami istsaeiiKf r 10 all noli'l.
trlbuury '
i or iiiriurr iiuoriiriiton nnnly to
SOI.. SII.VLU, faatuiKerAcnt.
II V1.I.II1AY IIIHM., j ,, ,
.1. M. I'llIl.l.ll'S. Ak'tul.
Orlo (i .l i:i(AMli i!
ii-rlnlenieiit and lienerul lielirht Aai-ut.
i i-i-su-iy. l.vniisvllli' Indiana.
AMERICAN WASH BLUE
For Laundry and ITounohold Uno,
M.vNcr.icit.iti:i at nil:
raaarino VbIh, fomX H. J.
Our Wii-li llliie isthels'sl In Uu, uni-hl II
does not sji-nik, eontalua nohlii; liiurlu to
iie.iiiu ov Lou ii , niio ii iitst uy an me i.iryi
liiiuiilrles on necount ol' lu nlcnslnir ell'ivi nml
elicipnes. iinilor tur wlilli-wiishlnir. I'm
up in iiiii-nases ouiiuiileiil lor luinlly ue 1'rlce
loi cnla eiu h
Pur salt by Kroiers evert where. Alniivaiialc
i-... ii... ......i. ii-... i. in.... i.
'.. Ill-- .llllllK.III 111. II ,,IUl-, Ull MUIU IJIU
eht'iipiSK mid best.
AMERICAN ULTHAMAUINK WOKKS
Office, 7.' William Stint, New Yolk,
i s-iUw-lm
s
.VCisX
V i Hi. "Ca.
IWCeOFORD'S
1'U.TIE AND
Silver Gloss Starch,
m m i-ACiriti:i) nv
T. KINGSFORD & SON,
The nostStuioli ill tho Woild
j I V K a i ii: a l 1 1 F I M -1 m -, i o 1 1 1 1; i.im;.v
mo .lo.,'-.u'i'.T.". '" V". '" "d com
V . " a r. nt lor an onlli,
ar wi'.miic Ask jinir irrmer b.r it
KlNGSFOllD'S
Oswego Corn Starch,
rorPiiddliiB,BluiioManio,Ict!Cienm,ts
Mhe iirii,-iiul--llalll1id In Itjls And in..
1!"'i"i'lioii as I'l.Mll'.lt, .SilHiNfV
l.ltmid.MiiIti; lli:i.ll.ATi:thaiiniiyotlirr
arllcleof llm kind innl, c itliir f li.t
Niine nnihi- in- tlin other lilies,
STIt.S.OV.Mtl tllAM, I'h Ii., Ac .Ihi-I.ivh
'i i",',","'?1 '"'"".""V "f ''rope, entermit an
I'isI Ibl-i ii.rn starch, and sats It Isuinu't ex.
..-I .-lit Nttleleof ultt and In i-l'.enilil iV.'d fe,,
!mt 1 X "1U"' Ls'"10V
1'lrtelloiis fur niaklmr l'ii.ldliiKs, Custards
Ac , accompany each one Kiltnd ti-fcjigr.
Tor Sale l,y all Iitsl. class (Jroci-t-s
r.T-l-lrt-iUvwni.
.so. J MiLi.r.n
(H ft. tloooiun
ST. LOUIS
INSURANCE BUREAU
And Collecting Agency
in
.3t. jtioiilH, 2VXO.
I-: -t.il.l i foribe ponoe i.fnimliroiu
cri-iti-nil eollertimr iiiel ndln-liiiK bii-lntia
throiyhoul l.ie Wi.t All insurance clnlins.
ttlii-therol die or l iie.iill uusitiliil nrrounts
and ollur arii-.-iraa-i-' promptly slid sntloartonl)
""led vtnh Mnii k n turii, lars isii.I. 11,.,,,'
lies, I i'i..,,,, ii ,,. I Isimis ms-iuii) f,,rn-i.
itener and oniiaullutliui-. Ins- ntl -ollelti-l
JOHN S. JIII.I.KItAlO..
s I- 'or Sljlh nml ulni ii,,:,.
Itifi-rliT iiini.on tuhrii-k A liowian.l
U tl Aslilu.M.t. , Ii, leli liinim, A I o . t.is,
II tin A. , VV N It JlntUA I o., K M i,in
ni l A -on. .a-w It
Ayor's Cathartic Pills,
j&Z For the relief
jb fcr M"1 ''"u "r all
Sls lb rniiKements In
.JtV the stomal li, lly.
tr, ami Iiohi-N.
Iher mo a mild
aperient, nml an
l-Krelli'ikt liiir-.il.
"Vfcllve. Ilelnirpnre
L ly M-iretablu, they
contain no mei
cury or inlner.d
u-hjilnrer. Uu Ii
'ne. . md sufTi-rinx Is pretetited hy
ii,, ir in
I ne In-
j ii-'-, niei every i.iiuuy s noiii-i
i on h aid for their mote- Hon and
'tt-i-U reoturisl. fina- exnenenre lias
l i ite-l ti - in to Ih the .are.t, surest, nnd
1," ' f utl Hie flf tilth which tho inniket
und-. ly their tH-easmii.il line, the blooil
i- nun;! I, th.- roiniptions of the sy.teiu ex-pelli-d,
nl. -tun Imiis lemortsl, nnd tho wh,,!o
ni.i-Jinn ry ofl.te re-lorcil to Us healthy artit.
il.. Iiiii-imd orKHiiswheh become eloi.-i.-id
nod sloiixt-h nte cliinst by Arr' I 'lilt,
nod sUinulnteil Into uction. 'I bus Incipient
m-easa Is i haup-d Into lieallh, Uic value of
wbi'h chance, iile-n leekomsl on the rail
multitude, who enjoy It, ran hardly be com
puted, ilu ir ruvar-cikitini; mate them
phssant l-i lake, nml preserve their viitiics
liiiiinpairet for any luif.Mli of time, to that
they me t-ti-r Irci-h, mi l perfeitly rellatdc.
Alino-iKh M'arrhlur. they nre nuld. and ocr
aie w iitioiit ill.tin bante lo thu couttllutiou or
diet or o '-iisitiuii.
I'ull dire, nous ais pit-en on the wrapper to
t.vti iHix.lioiviou-e theni n-a lainilv I'hy-i -,
nnd r-ir (lie fjllottiutf iuiuilaJul., which U.ese
I'lllt rapidly core.
lor l.iaieisi.i or Inillirratlon, I.lsl
lsii,a, f.tiniitir. and l.u.s if .ii,t
lite, thev Menil.l Ije tnVen nimlenitely to
etiiiiuhtle Hie stomach, nnd icsloro 1U UealUir
luuc and n- lion.
lor Liter 'iiiiiil:iliit and lis various
M-miiloin-. Ililiou. Ia-tl,.,( rslrU
lleuiliit In-. Juiinilli or ;rei-a Sal. L
lie.., Kill, in. u- nnd lllliiiiia .
ser., they should lie Jtnlb-iou ly taken for
et- li i ,i e, to (..,rrvi-l tint di-e.-.d m tion, or
lunove the iii,-liii, lions hi- h rnuu- it.
I oi trj.ciiifr.t or Itl.trrljuM, but one
li .11 -l i-..- i. K'-iii'i iliv reijune l.
lor sJCIii-iiiiitiil.ii,, .'oiit, (oVnrrl.
I'.llplt.tliii-ii ur tin- ISrurt. I-.iln r
flit silile. Hurl,, and I.oln., the-, sh-mld
Is i oniinui.v taken, ns rcpiirtsl, I'li-hauve
tliedi-i.- id m ti-nnf the st'teni. With such
eliaiure tlio-ecini l.nni. dn-npear.
fur lriii.y un-1 ISriip.lr.il Ntt.-I.
Itatrai. thev le.idd be taken in l.ire nn-l fre
uuent ilo.es to piudiu o thu effect of a tlrattio
puij-e.
I or htipnres.loii, a lirredosn should be
taken, a-, u piodmes the dt-tirod effect by
syinpnlhv.
A a timer f'frf, takeonenrtwo 1'llh In
pn mote difzi'-iion. uml relieve the stomaeh.
An )M-e.,.n.-, i.i, .limulatea tho stoinarli
M,d botti l- ion the appetite, and Inrlpor.
ate the sv-teiii. Ili-nee it isollen nilrnnta.
ceons where no teriniis der.-icircinent i-lts.
fine who teel tolerably well, ollen llnds that
n dose of thee I'M makes lilui feel decld.
edly lietter, Irom 'heir fiennslnpr nnd rcno
vaiinjff ifett on thoiim'stirc nppanttis,
i-i:i:r.t!:i:ti nv
Dr. J, C. AYEIt tc CO., Practical ChemUti,
.o ;, MASS., V. S. A.
OII KALU llV ALL liltl HOIST l'.Vl:UVWlll:Hli
Ayer's Ague Cure,
Tor Fover ni.ti Aruo, Intormlttont X'o.
ver. Chill Fovor, llomlttont Fever.
Dumb Aruo, Foriodisal or illllous Fe
ver, io and lndoed all tho affliction
which ansa irom malarious, marah, or
tnloamatio poisons.
noar-vsK N'o one lciuedy Is louder
M calleilforby the nere-.sltle.
H-'w' of "" Amcricim people than
H mf i ' sure und tufe euro fur
J3-JS IV i -i-unit .It-Hi-. Mich
JI vt c are now enabled lo uflcr,
w w lib a perfect certainty that
It tv ill (radieAtothcillscaie, and with assur
ance, founded on proof, that no harm ran
arise from its use In any itianllty.
That which protects from or prevents this
disorder must be of Initiiunso sertiro lu the
eoiiiniunltles wheio It prevails, J'rcvtnllon
Is better limn eurej for Ihc patient escapes the
risk which ho must run In violent nltai-ks of
this biileful illslcmper. i bl. "Ci'tii:" epel
tho inlasinallo poison of I'etrr unit .turn.
from tho system, and prevents tho develop.
incut of Ihu dUcaic, if taken on the llrst
uppronch of Its premonitory symptoms. A
Bleat niperloiity of this rciueily over nny
other ever dl.t-overcd for the spicily ami cer
tain euro of liitermlttents Is, that It contains
no Qiilulno or mineral; coiiserpicnlly il pro
duces uu fpiinlsm or nlhei-bijiuious nircets
wliatevertipon tho couslltiitioii. i'hoe cuied
by It are left as healthy lis If they had never
h-ld tho disease,
Vwr mill .tii-tin Is not alone tho con.
M-'picuco of Ihu miasmatic poison, A iriem
variety of dlsonlera arise IVom II Irritation,
mnonx wliii-h me .Vi-tir.i 1,-1 it, lllteiiniu.
Usui, Until, ICeintiitlie, lllhiiliir-as,
'I'liiitliiitlif, KurachssC'titarrh, .talli.
mi, lulilttillon, I'll I ii fit I .lifer Hon
if lite Npleen, llyalerltn, I'll I it lu lite
llottels, Colli;, I'tii-ulysU, and dcrnnj,'
inent of tho t-lonineh, all ol' which, when
oilKlmitlng In Ihis cause, put on thu luter
tulttent type, or heroine periodical, This
"Cum;" expel tho poison IVom tho blood,
and consequently cure thein all alike. It is
mi Invaluable prolcclinn to Immigrants nml
persons travellhiKOr tempni-nilly icsldiiiK In
thu malarious districts. If taken occasion
ally in- dally whllu exposed lo the Infection,
that will bo c.xeieted from thu system, and
emmet nci'imiiilate In sitlllcleut qiinntlty to
1 1 1 uu Into dlrense. llem-o II Is eten moru
valuablo for protectloti than cure; and few
will ever Mitfer from liitermlttents If they
avail themselves of thu protection this rem
edy uffnida.
For I.lrer Complaints, nrUlnR floin torpid,
ity or tho Liver, It I nil oxt-elli'iit remedy,
Hlmtilalliiif the Liver Into healthy activity,
and pioduchiB many truly rcinaikoolo Clues,
where other modlr-Jncs fall.
i piiEr.xiicn nv
Dr. J. O. AYi:il CO., Lowell, M
Vracllcul untl Auatutltal ChemUti,
AND 30IiD ALL HOUND 'fflB WOKLD.

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