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S3 liOl tTra. to 6:00 p.m.
Arrive.
A.M. r.M.
Illinois Otitrnl K R
3:00 2M
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3. -00
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6)
Central B It
inn.
Uhlro Viortnnc
Cairo, Arfc
TtSSS H R-Ially.
Oale River KooM
Rally sstc't Monday
Uim. Klrrr Kol
ITn itan. Til. Kri.
lsoWB.Ta.Ttiu.Sst.
Therm Kooie
FUdsy Saturday
6;00
a, W. McKauto, P. kl.
mAiLHAMk
TIME CARD.
ILLDTOIS CENTRAL R.
R.
TKAIX LXAVC CAIKO ..
I t........H:15. m.... n uy
at... 7:3011 Hi '.'
dfkt at.--.,-.... 4:ia. m-Except Hunftay.
(ttotl!.-............n:000. m- ' "
rretstit at-......-.. 4:50u in-. " "
rrttcftt at-...-..... 7:3i. m. " "
AUKIVX AT CAIRO
AUU at-.........3:00a, m -..Dally,
kxpmt t 2:30 p. rn.-Kxoept Sunday
rndikt t-.-..-.... :Ss. ra ' Monday
iirstst... ......... c:s p. ra... " Sunday.
IMtrht t ..lo:00a. m. " Sunday.
mtfht at.-.-ll.-oop.m.. " "
JAXBft JOHNSON, Agent.
ST. LOUISJROIf MOUNTAIN
A1SD
MPTHnm KAILKOAD.
OMNIBUSES arrive at and depart from ttie
offlce, 63 Ohio Levee, na follow:
ThroaKlt freight lmvu Monday, Wednesday
and Friday At 1i:to a. m Arrive on Tuesday,
Thnraclar andHauinltiv al 12:00 m.
TXM ErfiroMtmviM daily ( a;1P M.,nml
niTMUlMAiM.
Passenger Accommodation leave dally nt
x ii.in. I irTiTn a:"' u bi.
Time to all point In ixa and Arknnsas ,
Time from Cairo to Little UocV, 13 hour.
To Ttxarcana. ii houra .
To Jefferson, Texan, 23 hours.
To Marshall , SO hour .
To Snreveport, Louisiana, hours.
To Dallas, Tun, an hours.
To lleamc, Tens, Si houra
To Houston, Texas, 41 houra.
To (lalreston, Texas, 44 houra.
O. W. HKQT7E1CBOTJBO,
Agent Calm Ilia.
CAIRO 4c ST. LOUIS R. R.
Ou and after .liini Int. trains will mn na ful
1 owa, Sunday excroted, from the corner of
8ond armt nnd Commercial Rtfinio, Cairo,
HHnol:
ioiki xoarn ,
UT Cairo .... lUilSA. lit
"' Morrihyatxirn '.':) I'.M.
Arrlrc Kan ti, mU 7iiib "
OOtSII MlfTIl .
iMtt Katl SU Ix)iil.... . ...... 8:3(1 A.M.
Arrle Murpluliorj. .......,. Uil.M". M.
Leave Murpliyalioni ........ -........ IM "
Arrive Cairo . 4:4i " -
Conneclioe at St. Lonla with all tralna Wnt
anu niinn. .1. i,. iiiuhliKV. upl
n. i c i iMiin, t,eoerai raenser Agent
CAIRO ft VnrCENKEr: R
nKTWKCM
CAIHO, KVAlTSVUiIiKINDIAN
APOLIB. CIKCrNlJATI
aad TjOUM VTUJB.
Mumnuor hoto.bmk way,
m,uii vjaiiuu' aunt.
ImitIlrohWitint Chisgi !
Xavaa C1 4
Arrlna at t'arml-...... ...... b:43 11
Arrir&aatVinoennet .......11:15 "
VIA ST. LOCI5 AXD SOtTTHXAannX IIAILKOAD.
ArriTea at KvanSTllIe-.................. 4:18 p.m.
VIA IKPlANAroLW AND VIXCCXNED KAILIIOAU.
Arrina at Indianapolis: 4:30 p. in.
VIA OHIO AND MIH4IMI1TI IUILWAD.
Arrlrriat North Vernon......
ArrlTM at Cincinnati
Arrlvli at Ivouinrille .-
Cairo xx rims
Learei Indianapolis...-
&:U p.m.
;00
. 7:4 "
... 8:30 a m.
Leave Cincinnati . :i
LTca Louisville 7:09
Arrivea nt incennts........ g;n p.m.
Iarrt Vlncennea.... K:21 "
Iyeavea EvaniTllle........ ...11:10 a.m.
Arrive at Cmil. . 4:43 p.m.
Arrivea at Cairo......... . t:3u
Jlailnff eloe connections to and from all
potnta Kaat and Xonli, urlndianapoll and Cin
cinnati, and toaud fi-oui all poluU South and
Weat of Cairo by rail ant river.
NOrxil CITY ACCOMUODATIOX.
The Mound City Arommodutlon runs Wed
neaday and Satunlay.
iMvea falro. .H:23and:00prm.
Learn Mound City ....... . I:l&an4 5:3iiu. :u,
K. B. OOODSIOB, B.Z..XOBKl)Lx.
Uen' Ticket Ait't. Ueuersl Hup't
ttFor information relative to rate and con
titctiona, ap)ily to JAMES MALLOItY,
71 Olilolvee.-
L
-.JUii
-Allen, Mackey & Co.
Ham and ZUramt Styles
CARPETING!
CURTAIN GOODS,
PAPER HANGINGS,
mim am rgAiaeas,
We arc offering irrtat luducementt In all ol
tut above department to the vt holenale and re
tail trade. General intpectlon Invited
233 State Street,
Ou Block South pf Palmar Houae,
OltlOatCO, Til,
441-5-J0-do44w
A BOOK F0RTHE MILLIOlt;
laTai'a)l ArrtvauCeaaMljetaiaa
VevXeg jUny
CnUaU. I mtmUt aa4 Mialiilia
w aaasaawa im Mnai iiiiaa. moi ft
uajiwtayala la tmn nrnitmim, ira,mtaj
tM i lija liiHiHi tar m aealwl aa4 ataar
waw. wUk aiaium Mtntlaa. aa4 mn valaait
jafaaailiiaiaajaMtrlal amawalaM awe
-'v .A4M tV.aaiHr
MfM It Mat AaSMeal M Utftrtaaati.
la
Dr.
n?rmmmjmiitu aaain aju lUaaSia
wualasja,
vs.
gut gutltflv:
PARAGRAPHS.
-The Ajirlcullfiral Society of rrancc
baa orjrnnlzwl coiiiiwtltlvc trial ol reap
ing machines, to take placo at Ver.villles
In.Tnlj-. The prizes oflercd for llioso of
Frcnoti manulHcturn nrei l lrt, f00
francs and a roM meilnl; second, 200
francs and a silver modal ; mid various.
Iionorablo mentions ; nnd next, for those
of foreign countries, similar rewards;
lastly, COO francs offered by Oic Council
General of the Olsc for a trlitl between
tho two principal winning machines,
French and foreign.
A male convict nt Cayenne obtained
permission to marry n female convict;
but as tho man was u .widower, tho Gov
ernor declared It was necessary flr.t to
obtain tho certificate ol the e'eath of his
ffntwlfe. A communication was ad
dressed to tho authorities,- btil, without
any reply. The coiivlct liiMtlug that
the ccrmony should be tin longer del iycd,
the Governor said, "Hut what Is there to
prove that your first wife ls,deadrM The
reply of the couvlct was tolerable satis
factory on this point: "Why," he said,
"I'm hero for having assassinated her."
Herr Doppo ol llerllu, a professor of
music, has Invented a curloin method of
learning to play ltlic pianoioric. hp
raises the piano- by means of wooden
blocks ttlaced under tho less to such a
height that when the player sits on an
ordinary music stool he has to hold his
hands on a level with hl eyes In order
to reach tho'kpys. Herr Doppu- thinks
this Is the'truc position in which to cul
tivate and acquire strength mid delicnr.y
of touch. He has many pupil, and (;omc
Americans studying under his direction
write from Herlhi that ho has found the
very secret of I.ls.t's wonderful power
on the piano.
BOBBINS7
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
JA2BO ILL
(Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
KUaiOAIi MERCHANDISE OF
EVEBY DESCBIPTION.
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
PIANOS
Of World wido Bcputation
AcknowlalKed liy nil Rood Musicians to be Ike
the
0
oca i i-jano now inane.
THE GREAT UNION PXtNO
Of whlcli we have ol:l over 400 duruur
twelve r", iemlng more .and nioni
popular everj unj,
'Splendid touc. Power snd DuralillliyT"-
Klmball's Orchestral Organ,
A very tine Instrument, adapted to Initm-
lueiuai a wen on rocai music.
ALL TUB AHOVB AUK OFKEKKO ON
Kasy -Monllily Pavmvnls at low (Imircs
regtrdlesaofLut J'ricc.
SHEfT MUSIS,
In grest variety. Including all the new
and popular tuiiilo ot the day.
Orders from tho Country
promptly titled nnd aent
ny
' mull.
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS
ACCORDEONS, CLARINETS
FLUTES,
PICOLOS,
TAMBORINES
FItKXCII IIAHI'S, ETC., ETC.
BandJbwtrumentB of all &nu
a Kurr.Uhcd to Order.
l-OS YIOUHB, QUIIaXaS, KT0.
Of Uic Host Ounlltv.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of all trade, for Piano or Voice.
aOf iloaort r.ttnn r f..ul.,
chandlse fumtahod to order, promptly ami
imtci tuner tuau ever onereu uviore.
OK.VCV ALSO OK
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY:
Send Tor IUuttrnted Culalouo and Trice
A,isi oi tuose oeauiiiui ),rroupeH.
All Qoodi Warranted at Bepriieatad,
Address,
BOBBINS' MUSIC 8AZAP,
Cairo. Illinois.
i I "ggHgl U..
SherlfTs Sale.
BY virtue of tiro certain executions to mc di
rected by the clerk of the circuit court nl
Alexander county, In the Stale of
Illinois, one In ravor ol Vomiff llrotli
er A Cotniianr. and the other In fa.
vpr of Alfred, II. baffoM, asalsncenf Alexander
it mm, and both )tlnt John It Ilrowu, I
: . , . '"J""1 loiiowina; ueicrioca prop
erty, in the county of Alexander unit State of
Illinois. UfViltl Ihenorthweat nuurter of the
Ilorlliu iiti.H.. ..e ...i i ...t . . .
.Ui,. ,; " null 01 A 111 lOWIlIllip
, r ih.1 .'i'1 "i"''11""! he uorthwe-l nuarier
(Sli ir,.V-i.,f.,7t W"tn.ot t"" Ihlrty-nne
t r o i,,rlnc I'11 werldUuithe noriri
tTrtvi i 1 ou"'?'., 'terof .ccllon
elusive In block nuroWn tm, - ft) 'J, num.
beredonc (I) to setin (Tl . I.oth 'l lclu I 1
block numbered wieu (7), Jots iiunil ii .Vi in. n!
'? v,1! ,V.,0,,, InfuWo t.. W?ek .wmlirel
-- ) , iurcan, io sal HIV ra
execution ALKX.'ll. IKV1.
Calm iiMM0fAlrxa"1.",;',u''y, Illinois,
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DANKN.
THE
City National Bank
CAIHO, ILLINOIS.'
OAPITAIe, - - $100,000
Ol'FICVl'i
VT. V. IIAM.IDAY, Pveildont.
IIKNKV L llAl.LIDAY, Viw frost.
A. II SAITOUI), Outlier
WALTint ItYriLOr, AM'tCn-tilcr.
Iilitr.(.ti)n4
S. PTAATt TAYLOII, II II ('I'KSIXailAM,
II. I.. IIAM.IIIAV, W. 1. llALLIHAY,
(1. It. WlLLiANinx, SrKPiir.N Hum,
A 11. SArrouu
Exchapgo, Coin and Unitod Statos
Bonds Bought and Sold.
S '
KPOSITrj i-rccll nml a geiXTu) Unking
Enterprise Savings
BANK.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
orricKus:
A. II. SAFKOItll, I'tvatdeiil.
S. 8. TAYLOlt. Vict- lYealdnit.
W. IIVhLOl", Sec'vandTmuunT.
1'. M. llAlICLAYi (,'IIAS. (i.VI.II)IILU,
V. M. HTOCHTLKrlt, J'AI't. O. Htlll ll,
It. 11. CCXNINIillAM, 11. I.. llALLIDAV,
X J. M. I'lllLLII't.
T
dlt
"TKUKST I (iii dejioslt al the mlc of alx
i:rv..iii n-i iiiiiit.iii, iiiiiu it i.iuii'i .viit,ic
i- Int. Intc-ivjt not ivlllnlniwii is aililol liuiuc
illatriv to Uil iirlneinril ol lliu ilenoilt. tlierehv
Marrlod Women and Children may
xjopouic monoy ana no ono
olso can draw it.
Oiicn every liuslnesHiInv fromiXi.in. to3 ii.m.
and Saturday rri'iiliis fur mliiKsileioilti only
Itum 0 loB o'clock.
- W. HYSZ.OP, Treasurer.
THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
Transacts all kinds of aLogiti-
matq iianiung uusmosts, v
P C. OAJTBDY. Prealdant. n
HENRY WELLS, Vice President.
THOMAS LEWIS, Cashier
T. J. KBRTH, Assistant Cashier.
tU-311-tr
WAU4IKN.
The Gamble Wagon
MASUFACTUIIKD BY
JOHN P. OAMBXaE.
THK BEST and CHEAPEST WAOOM MAN.
TJTACTDBED7
MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-PoUrth Street
SPRING!
SUMMER!
Prices to suit the Times.
Wholosttlo FiguroB, but No Credit !
Mrs. 0. McLEAN,
Next Boor to Stuart & Qholson's
EIGHTH STREET,
BETWEEN COMMERCIAL AND
WASHINGTON AVENUES.
HAT., Ilomu'ta, Plowcrs.s, Jjices, lllbbons,
Kllks, Velvets, Ties, lluchlngs. Corsets,
Kliiaiotcs, Hosiery, Worsteds.
AUo the "Ladles' Dress Ilrfoiin"
OOXUIBT.
And all the uw styles of liiinnilns Silks for
bnrlnf and fiuriiiner.
rVlll(1w SOOtla Will be SHlilut varv Inv Alt.
nre, for CASH ami CASH OSI.Y. f-U-anf
CAIRO, IZaXjINOXa
0
-
CAIRO,
XXjXjXSO-OXS.
Tho Trustcos of 'tho Cairo City
Proporty deMru to call juilillo ntti-ntlon
to tlio merits of their protH'rty, rumprls
lug a uonsldoniblo portion of the City of
Cairo, lu Alexander County, In the Statu
of Illinois, nnd hiniN iiuiiK'dlati'ly mlj.v
cent therelo.
'J lil i'IIv. a Is well known. Is situated at
the continence of the Ohio and Mlolsilppl
rlvcr., nt tliuheadof tiiiln'criiitccliiiivlj:i
tlonontlie JIIIkiI)1)I, bcllirf belotv oti-
uruci loni uy ire in inu winter nun low
water lu summer, anil thus ha- n clear and
open rher coiiununleatlon nt nil times over
inu .ni'MiMi pi nuu us iritiutaricK, wun nu
the cmntrv south, to ttie Utilfol Mc.v'co
and the Atlantic Odcan. Cairo hasnlsn the
aarno character olcominunleutlon with nil
tho country north over the streams ilowlni;
by I', when tlioo ttreimi nro not ltniAVI-
gauio uy rentou oi ice or low water.
Uuloru the cru of Hallrnail', Cairo had a
comuiutidldK position as n centre of eom
merce nnd uaviKatlon. ThN Imiioit.mre of
uonlllim sho till nuKeiM. but liashow the
adilltlonnl nilVflnUKi! ol being n great mil-
roan cu're, n nuinneroi tin' mofi import
:mt rnllroaiU In flip Ynllov iitttiiiMUi!SFlrinl
eonvcrln to und liatlii tia-lr tctmiiit
there. Aiiioiil' these, coniliu from Hie u jrlli
are tlio great llliuolo Central Kallroad,
which traxcrsea thd entire .-Utc of Illinois
Ironists oxtreniA northern and north-cistern
to Ita niutlicrn limits, and by itsconuectlnn
oxtvudi Into nil the ureal northwestern
"rnin producing states : the Cairo and In
eeniicr, culiiiiliiigfiom Cairo to ilie City ot
v inceuuc. in mo mate or lmuaiw, where
Its connections afford direct railroad com
munlcatloni with all ha-tern cities ; anil
the Cairo ,V St. I.0111.1 Kallroad, altordlnir a
direct railroad communication with the
Clly wt St. Louis nnd nil tlio railroads ci-u
tenut; there. The roadi eomlti'' Ironi tlio
South are tho New Orleans. ,lackion and
(irent Northern and the Mobile nnd Ohio
Hal I roads which t;ivu direct railroad com
munication with tn cities ol .Mobile and
New Orlt).inf,andotlu r .Southern Atlantic
lea ports, and by coDncllui;ro;uN with ull
the country smth. of Cairo; nnd coining
IrouithoMJUlliwest I the Cairo, Arkanus
and Texas ftallroad, which tffords similar
communication with southern Ml-Kiurl,
Arkansas and Texas nnd the prlnelpul cit
ies of those States. 'Hilt U't-named road
will kIvc, nlo, direct counecllon Willi the
Texas anil raclllc llo.au when it is com 'le
ted, thus ultlng direct communication wl h
tho principal ports ol tlio Pacllh: Ocean.
These ra'Iroails, teruilcaling at Cilro, are
now all completed and In niecc.ful opera
tion, thoo in lllloois coming into tlio city
on a naiiK oicacu oi tue rivers onto anu
Mls-li-Ippl. and ternilnatintr at their conllu
cnec, thus cnclrcllngthu city. Tho Holly
Sprint:!, Ilrowosvllle an I Ohio Klver Ittil-
road, and the Cairo and Tcnueee Itlvi r
uuliroau, which will loth terminate at
Cairo, ore In cour-oof construction and will
soon bo computed, and other lullroadsboth
In Illlnoiwindln S'UtCJfoulli of the Ohio
rher, which will aUo-terminate tit Cairo,
ara projected, snd arrangements made to
build them. The conidructloii of thetc
Will greatly Increase th'j rillroad cniumuul
cation of CMro.
lis central location in theirru-it Ynl,iv nt
the Mississippi, and the grcut wealth of river
anu rauroati eommiitucttlon, givch li cairn
unturnascd advantiees as a commercial
point, as it affords to her easy and cheap ac
cess to all tho eraln producing districts ol
iui .aui in ami n oi, nun Mmuar access to all
the agricultural produce cvmumers of the
Mouth, thus prcscnllni; the best location In
his wcsiioran lmcrciianiro oi me resncct-
itfc northern and southern coutmodltlei and
prauuettons.
An a manufcturtiiL' location thenosltlon
of Cairo lit not less Importunt. The crude
ttltuto the elements of manufactured arti-
.In. ,........ I ......... 1.1 1- ,
itvB, uuuuuu uii v,i;i RIUV, IIULI Ull', COitl,
ofeupo'ior quality, and timber of every
,,.. Ul,v, .11311 U,IIC1B, UU111U VMMIV
and cheaply acecsilhle, and tbe rich agri
cultural region of the Immediate neighbor
liooJ, as well a the moru remote districts
rendered tributary to It by river nnd rati,
tm hi. ii nuimt;niii inu i.ecchsarieB oi uto in
wllpli nliimit!ini.n nu 11..11.I1.. Ili.li.
lonally cheap. When the manufactured arti-
a a u ;u. mo inciiiiica iur rucap
uimnuuiion ny rivet ant ru are not
equtillcu. '
V
'i
Cairo has a moral. fYlclllVcnt, llhu
,t. m nK.. -Wil2M" xu 'ltvrat tho olllce
lalldnorADUtia.lJOoifflll, .
ol ivublleliciiools, whlelijl "J
ucUdVby nrlvato enter-Tv5,"e"
ciiicrpmiiig pnpuillll
a sunvrlorsvstnm ni
, VI . "'.''.kw-ii w iii,,tiu cuter
prise, afford unsurji ssciT cduealional a(l
yautaves Is psksessed of wcllaostablishod
Willi nthnra KnnHi.i. .I.l.. ..
ncaiij iicrj uenqaunation
llU VI, ,1.11a ..1 . . .. ",, .... r K
. ,ii,aiu iiiiiiuuis)! a supe
rior ehatuctor-lias a climate, which for sa
liibrltyandheulthiullnllnences cannot be
Mirpawd-has a Well-regulated and cf-
Kicni uiunieipai organization, Its streets"
liiiivu nrim Kaaf aim otnermetropol Ian ad
vantages, which malto it highly dcelrahlo
and In reality not to be excelled as 11 pi aco
ofpernianeut residence. 1
Lota and land In Cairo aro now oflered at
mf,iL0,y p,Il'c" all'ordl"K tavorablo oppor
tun tics to purcliase, amT tho owners pre
, ,l l.c location to the public as offering
m rltnlcd luhjntigcs lor tho successful e
t llirslinien, nf ,-mtintA..l.l n-
.. . ; ' v"',,,,"t'wi r iiiuiiiiiaciur.
leg enterpilscs, mid the best locality in tbe
eountrv lor iiriiiltnhh, invim..i i..-i;?i
r - t - - ivniuiuiui iiaj'iiai
S.8TAATS Tayloii,
Edwin I'akhons,
Trustee, etc,
Cairo, Ii.i., May 1st, 1U74.
6-io-tr.
"A eMllet Vleturlnl I llslarjr of the
Time" "Tu,) nest, e niiicsr, iiiih
ninst Nuecrnsjriil Vninlly I'niirr
in Ike Inlun "
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