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TIME CARD.
.ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R,
... . . TKAINS LCAVK CA1IIO
.' i 'Alalt at...-...., li:15a m Daily
.Kxmtt itt ssnp in "
' rrelnht at 4:iua 111... Kxopt Sunday
j w riclKht nt 1l;00n in... "
KrclKht at tinop in... " '
freight at ...... ..Tp. in.. ' "
. AllltlTE AT CAIIIO
Mall at .1:0i)a m Dally.
Kxpresa ;t- '.'::Vlp m...Kcept Sunday.
rreljrht at... ...... S:a. ra... " Monday
rrelnlitat nil!, p. m... " Sumlay,
, Freight at I0:(Wa.m... " Sumlay,
FrtlfUt at ... ll:0t. m.. " "
i . i. JAMES JOHNSON, Agent.
ST. LOUIS.IRON MOUNTAIN
AND
SOUTHERN RAILROAD.
O JIM BUSK arrivr at ami dejiait flum I lie
olllre. M Ohio Levfc. a follows'
Thmucli freight leave Alowl.iv, Wednesday
ami Friday nt lmoin. m Arrive mi Tuesday,
Thur-iUy mid Saturday nt IlilS n.m.
Texas Kprcs leave ilnlly nt -uO I' M , ami
I'A.aenifer Acrtiiiiiiinthtlhiii li.iw. il-illt- ,.v
cept suinlay nt 2 'M u in t iirrltcs d.illv ni II 1.1
ui.
Time to all points In Texas nnil Arknnn.,
Q A HOURS LESS THAN BY ANY
Time faun Cairo to Little Hock-, IS hours.
To 'IcxmvjH.s, 22 hours
ToJeQcraoti, Texas, IT, hours
To .MHr.lmll.20 hour
To Shreveport, I.oiiilann, 'Ji houra
To Pallia., Tcx.ii, 2t! hour
To llearnc, Texas, as hour
To Houston, Texas, 41 hours.
To C.ilveatou, Texas, 44 hours.
C. W. HEQUEMBOtJRG,
A suit Cairo lilt .
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
TI3VEI3 OAnD.
Oil and after dune l'l, I in I lis will lllluii fol
lows, Sundays excepted, n-om tin' mi ncr of
second itns-l ami Commercial avenue, I iilro,
lllunl.i
(ICllNCl NOH1I1.
Leave Cairo U:15A M
Aliirphvsbor a.'jOP. Ar"
Arrlre Kan m l.i.iiln T:i" '
uoivo lortn
lave i:at .St. Ixmit ..( A. M
Arrive Alurplimborj l.'ilM' AI.
l-ae Alurpliysboro , i:tm "
Arric Cairo t.l. "
ConnectlnR at S. IhiIk wllli nil trulii Vel
ami North. .1 I, III.NCKI.KV, Mipt
It. V. CI, AUK. tieneral i'liensn- ARent.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
CAIRO, EVANSVIIiIjE, INDIAN
APOLIS, CINCINNATI
and LOUISVILLE.
FOURTEEN HOURS EACH WAY,
AND ALL DAYLIGHT B.UN3.
Hunoing Thiougl. Witkt Chsge !
INUIAStl'OMa AMI CINCINNATI Krlll:.
Iivcj Calm , i.M it, iii
Arritu at arinl :.l "
Arrive at Vinceniit 11 .11 "
VIA VT. 1.01'H ANIl hni'lllKAKTEIIK HAIMIUAIt,
Allhf.at i:ull5vlllo 4 .It p.iu.
VI INIHANAI'OMl ANIl VINCUVNI." It A I I.IIO.t II .
Arrlve at ltnlian.iolN 4:.7i p. in.
via oiiio A.vii in"i--irri imilhoah.
Arrlveial -Vonli Vernon
Arriieiat C'iiiriniiuti
Airvf nt liiilivlllc
':!.' p.m.
.. . !i;iki "
...-7:f. "
caiiio :xrnt-s
Iivei Imllaaipolii ... . S:: III,
le-Cincinnati ii.;:i "
lA9ive I.oiilvllIe T:l "
Amvet nt Vincenncj '.'.DO p in.
Leave. Vliicenne V.i'i "
Lr.ive4 KvuiKVille 11:10 n.m
Arritei at (jinnl l;l:li.m.
Arrleiat Cairo .:) "
Makini; close connect loll' to ami from nil
. tiripitt YmI uml Ninth, lit ImltannpolN ami Ciii
v J mat I, uml to anil from all pointt ui:l li ainl
Vet of Cairo liy rail ami rler
ir jiol'.vti env accommohatiov
Ttie Moliinl City Accoininoilallun nnih V1
t . ,,nrJay anil !atunlay
ibcare Cairo - li.i'iiinil ,":(ii)p in.
travel Alimml I itv 1 ;l."mi.l ii. ni.
IS. B. GOODRICH, H. L. MORRILL,
Uen Ticket As't Uenenil Mip't
jj.T3l.-fir Information rel itUe to rntei uml eon
uectioni, apply to .l.AIK M l,I.OK ,
71 Ohio Uiit
., Allen, Mackey & Co,
Now and Eleirnnt Styles
CARPETIM!
CURTAIN GOODS,
PAPER HANG I N GS,
ll.t.u -.rri.0.i,"!K11 In'l'iceiiient In alt ni
tanirirt. 'll'!1 ,u"'e Wlinli-uleiiml .
lHlrute. 4,eneral Inspection liivtml
233 State Street,
On. Block South of Valiner House.
A BOOK FOR JHE MILLION;
Quid. ffSWaiv Jtsssaft
UuitdlMtfMtiit L MUaa, a iifikuu,,, wuttriia
Ik mlKUllM, A,.
TU u u ItuiMtltc tut f tn kn4r. 11,1 lit
W", )l antu ctt.rlon. tui cmuIiii lub..
f.MAMI MUI II la totk tL&t i.UBt,l kM L.A., l.k
t. ..U Mlkir. aa aat Ufl iuUuiI. .1.,,. ,,. i.L.
'luilii-J atu..Ul,.",rSM."4 Mita f a rT'ltl
. ''" tfmm ruttoa ti i.rU ;!.. ui .Ui.14 u U ut pri
ntatVaMr nrj ntla ol hmtx iimi(but u urt
V f tin r "'tm) in rm Cnu,
V m (i ' St.
suits
IMiM to Mm ABIctatf tal Ualorlumti.
f j jawi aaalj !! H in aiiniim linn Hi ill
iVtiM f iiigh aiirr r milii guuk rmrilat. wi
, '.l-, kaAC 4M. a aimi UI )t 41mm la w Ui
atjfljlil H in ainiiiiii mull Hi iinni i.
'n.n pi,
w 4f Wr
nB laaMainiliir l i I T
MBBkiira ay mm r ia nan Mibnii
ttttt ffboni t
iMlleal trlti.
Haraa, ul a a aobfulwa .cr.
-kV l
PARAGRAPHS.
'I'lllTl'"- llOllllllf-O womU'rl'iil tlliOMl
iiinllonblc ffl.v tliattittii ! liainint'iiil.
A frlt'inl of uiltH Iiih a lti still mi
hrokrit, tliottli lit- lut! kept pinicli-ln-ll
ul Intervals for -cvfinl yettr..
That wits iitlltcr a loticliliijr :illnl"
lo a tloccit'eil .iion-e, inailc n-ci ntly bj" it
farmer, wlio fame I" tin vllltijjt' sloro to
ptirclta't; llilti:-. '('iiit'l I ltnw yon
anyllilii' fin' tti.tl:ty" inillltly a-Uetl
Hit! clerk. "X, 1 reckon not," repit'tl
the s:ttl lookliijf eii'tonier. "I lnkt tun
Iiorse tiiiil my wilt1 lift fall, and I led
putty poor. Itootl .-pan of lior.e, too."'
A Ciilllbrnlii .-lory tell of a mail
who re-olvetl lo 'Ivo tip drinking, anil
went to ti nolary lo et him to thaw up
.till allltl.ull tn that ctl'eet. 'i'lie tloettuu til
was ilrawn, reatl anil proved; Ihc party
held up hi hand and murmured Hie
ii'tial pnunl-e. The paper wn 1 licit prop
uily sealed and delivered. ''What'. to
pay" asked Ihe pledge-taker. "To pay
to pay V exclaimed the notary. "Xoth
Injr, ol t'oiire thl l. a labor of love."
"Nolhlnjr to pay !" rettirnetf the grate
ful hut lor?etfnl pledae-taker. " You ate
n brick. F.ctV tuko a drink."
A party ol wlU once stopped ttt a
tavei n. When the feast va- over, one of
Hie member called in the liote.s-. "An-o-clfiii',''
ho ilil, " am ifoln lo ylvc
you a los'Oii In n-troiioiuy. Jlavn you
not heard of the reat I'latonlu year,
when everything nitt-L return lo IIh
former condition Know, then thai in
"ixtcen tlioiitaiiil ycat we shall be here
a'alu on the same day and at the came
hour. Will yon glvo its eredil till then';"
The hote. howevi;r, had her teply. l,l
am petleetly willing,". she relorled ; "but
it Ujitil ixtcen thouand year i-iiiee
yon were heru before, and you letl with
out paying; H'llle the old cotv, nnil I
will trtiit yon on the new."
BOBBINS'
music mm
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
CAIRO ILL
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OP
EVERY DESCRIPTION.
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
FIAXOB
Of "World wido Roputntion.
AcknowleilReil liyutl itood Mualciana to lit tli
iiosi 1'ianii now inane,
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which we have. ol:l over 400 iltirim?
twelve earn par, iicroiiilinr mom uml more
jiojitilar every day.
SMITH'S AMEUfCAN 0UivN.
.Splcmlid tone. Power and Durability.
KimbaU's Orchestral Organ,
A very tine Instrument, adapted to Ittstru
insiitnl ua well n vocal inii-lc.
Am. tiik aiiovi: aim: ofkkki:h ON
Ka.y Alonthlv l'.ivincnt, nt low li'.Mite
reganllcM of List I'rlef".
SHEET MUSIC
Jn trrett variety, InclinlliiK all the new
and popular niu.-io ol the da.
Order. IVotn the ('otuitn
inoiiiplly lllleil and ent '
by mall.
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS
ACCOKDJiMS, CLARINETS
FLUTES,
PICOLOS,
TAMBORINES
FKKNCH IIAIM'S, KTC, KIT.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
Kitrr.Nhed to Order.
STRINGS FOR VIOLINS, OTJITARS, ETC.
Ol the Host Quality.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of all srades for l'lano or Voice.
JSTHvery Uci-crlptlon of Miulcul .Mer
chmidlso fiirnMicd to onler. promptly and
at prices lower than cut olleteil before
(.K.SCV Al.0 OK
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
.Send for lllttbtrated Catalogue and 1'iir.e
l.lst of thce beautiful Kroupei-.
All Ooodi 'Warranted ai Repriatntod.
AdJref,
BOBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
Cairo, Illinois.
Sheriffs Sale.
BVilneiiftoiertiilii eeciitluin tomeill.
rectiilliytliecteikoftlie elnult court (it
AleikQiuter ffitiiilv It. .t... c. ....
mi... i. , ' :. lllir
of
I " ' ,: i'" oi iinint; nrnin
.1IUM.1-, mil. in niviir ol VmiiiL'
. . ,. . u" 1 "Uier In In
ii .1 iiiiiim, i
ll i. .. . . i I ,t i ' ""i"" "i -ieamicr
nKiiuiKt ,M, lm a nriiwn, 1
lmelli-.iiKii, tl.e IuIIowIiik ilehcrlUil pr!ip.
'if ? I, III ' " ,!'!'.'""-'i"f '""lir '""I St, l ol
third principal inerlillani hi nor ,.!!. '. '
i- Miiuhweit cimirlirof M-ctloii tliliiy-on
ill lllWM.ll II 1 II .1 I li'' V"
i'A '.'.r'.'i" te', ,') """i1!',' "'"!
Ui it.l M1.), in tuwnUi p ihleen (In) wmtli
T: , A i ,tVL.t. .7. "lo iiec,),iiiiln-
UrliH- (I) to m-uii (Tl.lmll Vncl ulJe I,
..I..l7. i.i V.: iiiiminciii IIIOCW llllllilH-ir.1
e'lit (c), lo niiinU-redtnti'U), tlnee ui mi
our (I), In Mock i.uml rctl the (5) . im iii iii'
: i,,, i ? . , . ma iw in tiw town or
It !' '.'fTm"11!1" ""! coum' "r Alexander uml
II... .,i,,ll,,. .. , .V.;,.. . r .i . 1 I"""'" "U
at
i f ! i V ' ' ' "1: n iiouie in me i
Ml In" i' ' ;1'l'c"1l,Jr Alrxamler und isUal
Itr
, I)
wmixi tuc ii.iiuK ui mne O'clock, n.
. Ill ,
.-. .u.i.vi ir, niiiuiiiit , lor ra.it, lo MtMv
.xeciitlon. AI.KX.'ll JltVI.-
, Mierlff of Alexander Coiintv llllno
Ciilro. Illinois,. June 'illh, 1-7. 5 ""
M..V4-wtJ,
hlli'l
K THCi
HANKS.
THE
City National Bank
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
OfHCI.il.
VV 1 IIAI.I.IIIAV, l're,leiit.
IIKNISY I. IIAI.I.IDAY, Vice I'leM.
A II SAKKllltll, Cmliier.
W Al.TKi: IIVM.Dp, A't (Vhfei
PIIIKCTOM
STAIT TAYI.OII, It. II (il'NNINUIHM,
II I. IIALI.IIIAY, W 1' llAI.I.tlUV,
ti II Vll,l.a.MON, STKfllKN lllllli,
A II .SAHOItll
Exohango, Coin and United States
Jionds iiougtit and Sold.
KI'OSITS nreivtsl ami .1 genpml ImnklDti
wusium iiuur
Enterprise Savings
BANK.
CHARTERED MARCH 21. 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
orricKitt:
A. It SAKKDltl). I'resMeiit.
.S h. TAVI.IIlt, Vice I'renlileiit
W. IIV.SI.OI', hcc'yaiiiriit-.isurer.
ihuf.ctoih:
. M . It a lift, a v. I'n a a ft a, i. mil i.
K. At. SlOCKH.KIll, I'Al Lli. htlll'll,
It. II CUVNIMIIIAM. II I,. IIAI.I.IIIAV,
J. tl. I'lllLLlr..
T N'i'KUKsT ikiIiI on tlenmlH at the rate of nix
J. percent pr niiiuiiii, Alurcli 1st anil Septein-
ner in, initrcii not witiiiiiawn i ainun inline
ilintely to ttie priucipiil nt' the ilcpo'it, therehy
Kivliu tliein comiKiuml Intel est
Married Women nnd Children may
Vcpoftit Afouoy and no ono
olso can draw it.
Onen crerv litl.sliieilnv t'l-olllthl.lll. to .1 II. III.
anil .atnnl.iy eVBiilns" for au iiiKc depOiltn nnlv
irom n lOMi'eioci..
W. HYSLOP, Treaauror.
t
THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
Transacts all kinds of tt Legiti
mate utinKing uusincsH.
P C. CANEDY. Presldsnt.
HENRY WELLS, Vice President.
THOMAS LEWIS, Cashier
T J. KERTH, Assistant Cashier.
Hi-3'll-ir
wa;uh.
The Gamble Wagon
MANl'KACiUliKII IIV
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE BEST and CHEAPEST WAGON MAN
UFACTURED.
MANUFACTORY, OIIIO LEVEE
Near Thirtli-Fottrth Stroot
ataic n Txtra tta i
Sty? y Jssv-s.A.1 va
iJTl.: ' nTTTHTHlTTITs t
1 .''n a V !
Prices to suit the Times.
Wliolosalo FiBtiros, but No Credit I
Mrs. O. McLEAN,
Next Door to Stuart & Gholson'a
EIGHTH STREET,
BETWEEN COMMERCIAL AND
WASHINGTON AVENUES.
HTlL'a1 vlllvT' F!,'.',VVtni.'.H !!"''. ItibboHH,
Also the "Lailie,' Dres.s Itefonu'
oonsuT,
unl.;n.n,n!l,', Ul"min h,IU '"r
u 1- J ll I
id M
CUD jSi & m
a .1 Ail
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or o5Ho
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CD
CO
CAIRO,
IXjajINOIS.
Tho Trustees of tho Cairo City
Proporty de-he to call public ntlenlloii
to the tueiit oflbcii pioperty, comiii-
Iiik a considerable portion of the City of
Cairo. In Alexander futility. In Hie State
nrillhioN. ainl land Inuiii'dlalely adja
cent Iheteto,
'riileltv, a Is well known, I 'tnil d at
the eoniluenee orthc olilo and .Ml-I"lpil
river, at the head ol iniliucriipled lnul a
tlnli on the MUMpl. beltl below oh
triii'tlon by Ice In tde whiter mill low
water In Minitiier. and thus h:i n char mid
open river euuitiituileatlnn at all time oer
the Mll. pi and It-tributaries, with all
the citmtrv smith, to llto S nil ol .Mex eo
nnd the Atlantic neon. Cairo lias also the
into character ot eoiittaunleatlon Willi nil
the country north over the treatn ilowlnj?
ny i', w uen iitn-B ureiui am not iiinavt-
Ranie ii) re.i'nti 01 ice orjnw water.
llelolc llie ir.l ot l.'allin.iil., ("alio hid u
coiumaMllPi: po-lilon a u centre ol com
tiieric and iiati.illoii. This Importance of
lio-lllnti -lie Mi l pos.et-.c-, litll ha now the
addltlon.il adtantiac;!. ol hcltiK a j;reat rail
ro.id c -ii re, a iiiuiibi v ol the inu-t I ni o r t -ant
rallroul in the Valley ol thelites s?lppl
cuiiM'ivIn' to nnd li;llni; Hu ll' tctliiinl
llicre. m iilhto, cumin,' from the iisrlh
arc the t,'re:il Hlltinl Central liailroail,
which tiMMT'i.' th'i i ntli'c "late til Illinois
I rum Its ev'i t ni" northern ami nnrtli-c'istc I n
to I 'Mitilhetn lliull-, nnd by ltsc imitctlon
extends into all the '.'I'eat nortliwcetorli
mill ptoiliielti Slate ; the Cairo and In
ci line-, cvlt inline lioin l aim to the City of
'l nfe line.-. Iii tlio Slnto ol Inilluiu, where
it c iimeelioil' atl'iird direct rallrnad eotit
iiitiiilcalloii' wi'h all I'.'ftern cities; unit
Ihe t'lilro A l. I.otu Unllroail, allordilit; n
dltecl railroad cmiimiuitcitlon with llie
Cilv ft "-t. I.otil' and all Ihe lailroads cen
teri'tn; there Tltu mad conliiif Irom Iho
Eolith arc the New Oilcan, .lack-on and
(treat Northern and the .Mobile and Ohio
Hallro.ni', which jflvo din el r:illro.nl com
liillliliMllnll with tll'i ellles ol "M o III In and
N'cw Orient, and oth rSoiitluru At'antlu
ica pott. nnd h) eonnnetin io.nl with all
the (ountry u'h of Cairj; and coming
lain tin- 'iiillhwett I the (.ai'o, Arkaiiu
and Texa- ll'illroad, which rllords -Imil ir
eoiiimuuieation with Sm tliein .MI-mhiiI.
AlKUII'.H and Tela, and the nilliellijl elt-
If Of lllO'O dlate. 'IhU la.-t-ll JIlll'il IIHll
will l'Ivc, iilo. direct eounculloti Willi the
Texa and Paelllc Koad when It I com lc-
ted, tliu l inj; direct cnmuiiuiiculliiii wl h
the principal ports ol tho l'acllli: Ocean,
these ra lroad, termini!!!)).' at C'.ilro. are
now all completed and In succcful opera
lion, tho'o in Illinois coming into the eitv
on a iiiiiik otcaeli ol the river. Ohio and
MlK-l-sippl. and teriuiuatitiLt at their contlu-
cnee, tliu eiielloliiiKlln; city. The. Hollv
Spring, Itrowti-villc und Ohio ltlvcr Itiil
road, anil the Cairo and Teimeee HImt
lUllroad, which will liDth torinlnato ni
Cairo, are In coiir-c of unnatruutloii and wi'l
soon be eomiiltted, uml other rnllroau Imiii
in lllltici.auillit States .uiiih of tho Ohio
river, which wilt also tertulnatu at Cnlio.
are projected, nnd arrnimcinenth iiiado to
build them. Tho etinctriictlun of iIicmi
will Kreatly Inerea'c the ritlroad coiniiiuni
c itlun of i'lri.
lt central location In the "re it N'aliey of
the All--I-ipii,aRi the reat wealth ol rlwr
ami t'juroatt eouiiiiiinicillon, five ti Cairo
tinntrpa'seil advantage- u a eotniiierelal
point, a it allotd' to her easy nnd cheap ae
cus to all the train producing d'striet.s nt
the North uml Wftt, uml fluiilaraccffr- to all
llieai;rleultural )roduce ct'ii-muere of the
South, thus prc'Diititi),' tho bett location In
the. West lor tin In'iTcliaiiKo of the respect
ivenoi'thernnml 'Oiiiliern coinimidltic' ami
production1'.
As a inaiiiifsetiiiiu location the, portion
ol Cairo Is nut le iniportatit. Tilt- crude
initerUI of mery deecriitlon, which con
tltilte the element ol in itiul'actitfcd arti
cles, abound on ever) 'inc. Iron ore, coal,
ormpoilor nuaiity, anil timber til' eerv
cluracter, more than others, beltiL' eusilv
atnl cheaply accelhle. and ihc rich agri
cultural region of the Immediate neighbor
hood,:! well a the more rcmoto district
rendered tributary to It by river aui rail,
lurtii'li suppllcof thct.eeetsarlebof lifulu
'itch abiltidatiei' a- torimicrlUlii except
ionally cheap. When the manufactured hi ti
des aru produced, the facilities fur cheap
distribution by rl.er and rail are not
equalled.
Cairo li.ts a tutiial. lii'ellluiit. liberal and
ciiterprMnf,' population of about la.OOO has
a superior y.tcm ol public tchools, which,
with others cotnlucttd by titlvntn enter
prl'O, allurd tttiHirp cil edueatloual ad
Vatitai'C' Is poi-e-Mul of well-ostablisheil
elitirchc of nearly every denomination
bus publi i und prUnte btilldincs of a Hipo
ilor chaiaeter-lns a climate, which for :
lubrlty and heiilthliillnlluences cannot lie
Mirpii'sed-hav well-ret-'lllaled und cf
I dent Municipal orpanlatlon, Its Mrcel
llShted Aith (.'as, and othernictropolltan ad
vuntases, which n.ake It hlahlv deslrablo
and in reality not to be excelled as a place
ol perili uirtit re-ldenee,
Lots and laud in Cairo are now filleted ul
Vel'P 1.IU' mtnnu nll'.ir.ll.i, t, ,1.1.. ...inn.
...j i-inip, UM',UI,I. .... 1, ....... I ,.,.-
lunllloi. tn purchnao, anil tho owner pro-
rciii ine location to tne puiuie as puuriti),'
iniiiiaieii anvsntsKcs ior tne Kitccc'ijiui es,
tub! Shluciit n eoiiiinerelal or iiianiilaetoe
Inf euterpiUcs, and Ihe bfst locality in tho
eniiiitry lor irolltable luvcatmcnt ol capital.
H. Staats Tayi.oii,
MllWIN I'AIISO.ND,
TrtMces, ele
CUUO, I t.l... .Ma 1st,
ft-lMf.
TOVft
Jr- t'f i--r T-ru --f
WM. T. BEERWART.
Dealer hi
STOVES,
TINWARE
HOLLOW-WARE, &e.
AhililiructiiuTof
Tin, Shcct-Iron and Copper Ware.
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
STEMBOAT AND JOB WORK
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
No. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Dot, Commercial and Wunhlncton Avon.
TINWARE
STOVES
Refrigerators, Wutor Coolers, Ico
Cream Freezers, Window Screen
Wire Cloth, Bird Catjo.s, itfoss Bas-
kntH. Tnilnt f?na IT'iailiiiio- TnnVIn
Lamps. Oil, Chimnoys. Also Mo
lino Plows and a general stock of
uarttcn implements.
in i-i.iiiicciiiiii .tun in. itiHivr mc i nri
el.i 'I'in-uillli. nnil am premret lo do'ull kind,
of Job Work oii'linil iioliee
I keep eoii-t.iutly mi liuiiil a l.iiie arif : t
Cooking Stoves, Tinware. Build
ers Hardware,
Wliolosalo and Retail.
nlcn'ent I'jr llie le.'i 'inileil
T-Ciill nn t examine U-l'me inirclia-lon, as I
will not ! tuiilernilil.
Ill coiner I'Jlli unit linn. Ax'.. CAIItO.
C. W. HENDERSON.
I 1 1 -.1 1 x
The British Quarterly Revievs.
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AM
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tnlceiny ol modern Ibouj.'ht, research ami
criticism. Tho cream ol nil Kuropean book
wvrth rcviowItiL' is found here, and Ihev
treat ol tho leading events ol the wotld In
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special knowl.dt;e ot the matter-trouted.
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41 Hareliy Htieet, New- York.
FISH
NETS
30 llvt Seine .', feet deei $ u.75
I'i ' " 1 11 U..VI
W ' i " , 7 ii 13.(11)
HARDWARE
llest .Material,. Heady for use. nil sizes, 1'ilce
Litis low to Trade Send I'm Prim Lists,
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dtwwo-wiw,
vmnmrgmw yjUFjggfjJU-j jsf&sss&Ktsn
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ino
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too
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C.rOOTE'S.CIGAliS.
nA.ll mado by Jiand, llie be.i In
"' '".'i'.'.i ,,1,".,",l"'r 'll ""id
them wlih Jn-.dcri, uml iIim-cIii--
Ui . V i Kl"'"ne ll.le Hie name
i t . lonleor l) r y ,, ,,.
ml llc-l lir.ilnl- in,, l-,,r ,t. i x
! !'' layf ""'"'I -! "Ho--,"
I lor llel I UIli ir (exliu litrm-li I loe
Del Kl.ii.ii.Ur (dill,,) ,'ll,e l-Unlleal iS, Me
liiri.il Itiehninl Hare ( nielii, !
GILBERT HUBBARD CO.,
Ship Chtimtloistuid Sail Makorn.
TWINES AND CORDAGE,
STEEL & IRON WIRE ROPE,
TENTS AND COVERS,
02 to 208 Couth Wotet St., CHICAGO.
if- t ill IV
TO THOSE m, LANDS IN
IN GUEST u THE WEST
Tho Iowa II. It. Lnnd Company
ofl.-l lli'll ,n efl"llniM r 1 VSI.il'll li. ii a m Viiiii.I
S pei iii eon li llal K.lt tiiili',liillieAIi,:el,e
liiouol Wi-tei-n Iowa. No leii r and iiui I lm
(.ri--hnppri-i l.iud traf er-isl bv inilronil-Irom
C IneiiK',, w ith no i liiinx" nt'cuvs, -let Imil ir in
oil and elim.ile to lie- l.,ud i.f nti.it llbiini
' V-Wil nulii' lm' I'M'iiirinii likei-,lne
,l j-iilt l,.i.el' I'I Ttt (lill'c',1, or -till, Hi
nil ll.i' (lni.ia.'ii A Niiiih Wa-terii
and I'll'. i i iilinl mlliond in llllii,.!-,
out nil I liii' l. , or I'll' M.ip!iiii I'aliiplikt-irlkliiat
. ii, 1. 1, ,n. , A, , .int I',,,., mtilre..- ,l(lS P.
( M.'int S I ..ml ( ..iiiiiil-' loner !"2 l.'nnili.h.li
sti-ci I. liie.iwu. i.i I tsliir Ihiiilil. Inwa
i. up
iiBiam
An I'll .oil con lube llie-e ttllli i. ,
in
lc 1 :: f .r
imn or 1 1:
r ' ,'i . a-, i ti
(II.. Ill v,
'iinni p .lot i,. . , i i
) sprtiviii or I tstliire-ll
'i mill I, ,int
on, It la 1 1- I'
'i ii,' mi- inner. 1.,'ia-ii
. iti.nv. ' nr I fm ' 1
, asitf In 1'ie Mnn 1 . Ui
( tne lleui t. I'iii. ii Ihu,
UK' iijrloti uf t n c l .ii.i
i lliiful liiptin. i:e
. (ihc i..:t.c m i i
i 1 1,, o' i: i
l nl II t SI,,: .i -h .
A'.' l'.t ,,.i .
a i : U.e I ti'ij., I .in
- :n,'t a i 'imlri i : ,
" i '.-pro. it ol Pj'i t
e l i lu r Kuaran'i ' "
.veiiiaenieiit.
n.i llvn
of I'i imilr Coimiliiliii.. Ill raciiBjir f.t.i
' 1 1, 'I tr llii.lt". 1. 1 i e iljttll nf vti.ll.lll. 1. 1 .1 '-I
,' i ,rn or uf". tlie-' 'male rulers tli,ia '
.( .1 ail llini.uncc tlial 111 liitaiwa.k lavjaau l
lilWllltiTntMlllt'il ) Hint CliMUlSr a'tlt 11
ntttii.iit .'t.a (tout, .'i.inu. Iteimueitt an : tn''
, ii i iit I e ei. ienennf lite HI'mhI. I.t fi s
ii '. unit la.i'liier, I c .e l:,lln's li.ue mi , ,
1 , i Pire iws nr (..iii-eil Vlll.l'..'. I'll I
'flit I nt r li i;i nllr S'nimilit o it m 1 1 11
it S'uiii,', i-.ie-. -iiirf t ,e tiiiT't ni ii1 tine ,t :
i .rrfiil li rent In le'etini' Coiine.iiiin i.i In
iMiitiimtloi! Uf ti.a 4t i itii.i Orgji. ..
n Itnlmia IHseaii s
S'm Mt.lli lli.riise., I nn'iin., Ti Iter. Ki:t
:'.e'.in. IMut-nr .S ' , I imiii , t'.i'tiiie-". I, t
'i i'iin.'!c, tilLg m 'nun. uM llenil. hurt" I t
i Ipela. Iti-ti. Si i.i . hi-ieolonilloiisof tin . kin
mi. or uml IMiuMrea i : I ."Kin nf n hatet er n ,"i
ir nature, are llten. " : up ami em m I nut r.
ii" system lua l.t" i.'..e iiv the uc t,: tin -i
liters.
l.'riitcrul TIioiiiiiiiI. proclaim Vne.i
Iiitkks llie mnt ivoink rful lut h;oraut ti nt c i e
i.at.nt.cil the sinkluc ' stem.
It. C7..tlrl)0.AI.I) A' fin.
T.iirirl"!' "'"I t-eii. Ai'ts.. .an rnmelM-n, Cat. I
nr. ol Washiugton ami l liarliou si., v.
POM) JIY AM. DKIT.dltiia A UKAI.I.IW.
Evansvillo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
-roit"
Paducah, Shawncctown, Evans-
..: li. T 1 f . , - i .
V1IIU, XiUlUHVlUI', VJUIUIIIUUU
and all way landings.
'II' vnri allH ride-win! stHiiin-r
IDLE WILD,
I) (i Kovi.i:r. Ala-ter
l.P. It. Iiiiima- link
Will leave I.van.villlel'iu tiilii.every AIONDA t
aii'l'I'llfliM) W nt I o'clock p in.
I,eai Cairo every 'll.'K-HW mid ITIIHW
li o'elpek p III.
Tlieileyant .e-Wluel alinll.el
ARKANSAS BELLE,
llr.N llovvAiai Al.t-ler
n aiaiui it ri.N'stsi.TON turn.
Will leave l.viinsvllli) for lali-oevery Tl'KS-
iiAi and I'KII'AV ut I o'clock p. m.
Will leave (.uiroeven W LIINK.-UA V ami S.1T-
t llll.v 1 III li O'ClOCk p m
'IIh clc;;iillt iile-wliiel leiiim i
riU!v
PAT. CLEBURNE,
.Ions Core
AlasUi .
tleil;
.Mat. ii.i.iams
Leaves Cvansvillu for Cairo every WLDNLS.
HAY und A'I I HAIli ul i. in
Leave. Oilio evtry 1 II L'ltMlA Y mid SfMlAY
lit 0 p HI
Lacli boat makes e.lo-e connections tit ( alio
vvltli lllt-ela cteau.ei-H fur M Loiila, Alem
phisaint New Hi leans, and ul Lvuiisvllle with
the L iVC, It. II I'oriillpoiiilrf.S'oilbaml Last,
ami with the Louisville Mull steamer lor nil
points on the I'pper Ohio, j'lv i nir tluoii:h le
celiits on fielKlits and pioscntri t to all points
tributary
Tor llu tli r liiloriii.dloii apply to
MIL SII.Vl.lt, I'lisn-npcr Aceill
IIALLIHAVIII.'O
! Ayciils
.1. M rillLl.lfs. v
ono c ,i tiitMMi:ii,
silpeilnlcmh ill mid (.'eiierul l'lclulit AKcnt,
li'-:i-'jn.y Lvanstllle linllana.
AMERICAN WASH BLUE
For Lannc'iry and Household Uro,
.mnt'I'("ii'iii;ii ai' run
J.
Our Wash lllne is the bil hi Iho vvoild It
does tint nlie.ik, coiitalliR linlliln' Injiliio..) to
health or fabric, ami is ucd by all the larjze
laundries on account of lis pIc.udnK ell'ecliiud
rtii-iiiiiieAS. sniifi-lni' I'm vvlillevcii-liiiur. I'llt
up In packuKC convenient for family il'e Price
inceniseacii
Fnr nnil bv iroeerA evei'VH'helfi. AIVVavsnSK
for ihu American Wimh lllne, If you want the
cheapest and beM.
AMERICAN ULTRAMARINE WORKS
(llllce, 7'.' Wlllliiiii Mrett, New Votk
V.-hUw-Iih
''Air JMI
KING-SFORD'S
PURH AND
bllVGl' (jlOSS Stai'Cil,
a a . .
AIASI'I-'ACIIIIKI, u
T. KINGSFORD & SON,
Tho Beat Starch In tho World,
(ll I.- Itl.At'TII'I'I. FIM-II TOTI1I; I IM ,
ini'l tile dimreiue in cnet belwicn Hurt e in
moll stinrli I.. rfcnitcl) hall' n cent liirnii oidlu
niv (,i-iuinf 'k jour fsrixtr l r I
KINGSFOKD'S
Oswego Corn Starch,
ForPuddiiiKH,'niiinaManiro,IcoCren,m,&o
l the uil(insil-lNtabUaicd in ISIs And pie
'.T.V '.M n hU'iilinn n rt'lll'.l!, .''I liti.Ntl
1.11 and Atom; li;i.ll'A l V. Iliauaiiy otlii i
liilleleof the l.llnl oileieil, either oftlie
-iiliie iinrnc or with other lltlm,
"rl.M.N.oy Al.vt .miam, I'll l),,Ae ,tl,eh.)ih
e-l cliemleiil aiilhority ot'Liiriijie, ciiefnlly uiiu
l)el Ibis tm n Match, ami nis it Ian most e
llfiif ittlla la- i.r .llct nnil in elirmloil nnd I'm d
iit'J pricitlc-1- fully iiiinil lo Die bet ,rmw
I'O'll.
Iiiieethmi, for nulling l'ud,lnjr, ( ii-lnnl.
.e , uecomili) each one nilifid paekai;e.
I'ocSalc by nil rir-l-f In (Jroccrv
cai-.i) tUV m.
Ino, i MiM.r.n
ST.
(I It Hon iilii
LOUIS
INSURANCE BUREAU
And Collecting; Agency
in
3t. Xiotllu, XVXO.
L-mIHI-Iii-I inrthe purpo-e of can" In. i.ii i
liineinl enllintiui.' und icllii -tu.jr biidiie..
ihrmisi I Lu- tt Ml in-iii.iiiie cl im
Whi'thi i ol Life nr lire, all lin-elllisl areoiliit
and nl her uueiravi" ppiinpllv and suti-taelor.l
l Itled With ipilek litliril" llle lid. It'.lll,
In-. I't iiMim-iin-l I'aliiits ts.un'd. ( li, j f,t
i '.i m i mi l ciiri-iiltutfmis tne ruil n.,tlcile.l
.lilll.N S. Mll.I.IIlt A ( il
I., tor. SIMhuiiil Dim ht.ie. ,
liefer l.v ruilnir,n to .-liryork A howl, ml
l-Tl A'hlirnok A '"o . Telelitiiniin XI n . (no
ItalnAdi . W V I! ItcnllA t o,, I. Jl am
uel A Snn- (-r.i-wlt
Ayer's
Sarsaparilla
Ji widely known
as one ot the most
t'llccttial reme
dies over discov
ered for cleans
in"; the syttem
and purifying the
blood, 'it has
Hood the test of
r.;.r. ilh n rnn.
Mantly crowinr'
reputation, lmcd on Its Intrinsic virtue?,
ntnl nitahied by its tvmarkable cure?.
So mild as to be snle and beneficial to
children, and yet H-arching ai to
eH'c tttally piire o'.tt the great corrup
tion" of "the blood, fuch ai the tcrof
ulous and FVphilitic rontaminatiou.
Imjiiiritie.i or t(iu'aes that have lurked
in the sy-ti'tn for vears eoon v'teld to
tin pow'crfttl anti'lote, and di-appear.
Iletice its wondertlil niiu. many ot"
wlili It arc publicly known, oi'Sci'iiliilii,
and all fcrol'uloits ilic:ie., Ulcers,
Irruptions and eriiitivc disorders of
the skin, 'J'ttinors, iJIottlics, Uoils,
IMniplus, Iimtnlcs, Sores, .St.
Anthony's Fire, Hose or Ery
sipelas. Totter. Salt Ulienin,
Scald Head, liiic;vonn, and In
ternal Ulcerations oi'tlic Uterus,
Stomach, and Liver. It aho cures
other complaints, to which It would not
f cent c.peciall v adapted, tmeh as Drop
h.v, Djs)epsla, Fits, NeiiralRln,
Heart Disease, Female Wetik
iiess, Debility, and Lencorrliien,
when they are manifestations of the
'crofuloiis wisons.
It is an e.Neellcnt reMorer of health
and etrcniith in the Sprinn. y renew
ing the appetite and vi?or of the dige
tivc ort;aii. it dissipates the depression
and listlcs lansunr of the seauui.
V.vvn where no dionler appear-, peojile
feel lietter, and live longer, for cleansing
the blood. The system moves on with
renewed vigor and' a new lea?o of life.
j' nr. i' a i: i:i nr
Dr. J. C. AVER L CO., Lowell, Mass.,
I'rnrttrnt iirni .Itinlyttcul Ctirmht.
somi nv all iijiroorsTs, i.vi.nrwiicns.
JTA T,77S
.VEGETABLE SICILIAN
HAIR
ENEWER
Every year intTcnses the jiopulnri
tyol'thls valuable Hair Preparation;
which is iliio to merit alone. We
can assure our old patrons that it w
kept fully up to its Iiih stnntlnrd;
and it is the only reliable and perfect
ed preparation for lcstorini; Git.vv
on Fadli) Haiii to its youthful color,
inakiii it soil, lustrous, and silken.
'J'ho scalp, by its use, becomes wbito
and clean. It removes all eruptions
and dandntir.'niid, by its tonic prop
erties, prevents tho fiair from falling
out, us it stimulates and nourishes
the hs'ir-glands. lly its use, the linir
grows thicker and .stronger. In
baldness, it restores the capillary
glands to their normal vigor, anil
will create a new growth, except in
extreme old nge. It is the most eco
nomical Hair Drlssino overused,
as it icfjuires fewer applications,
and gives the hair a splendid, glossy
appearance. A. A. Hayes, M.U,
State Assaycr of Massachusetts, says,
"The constituents are pure, and care
fully selected for excellent finality;
and I consider it the Bust 1'ukp,v
ration for its intended purposes."
Soil I'j all l)nijaMttn1 nealcra in Mullcimt.
X'rloo Ono Dollar.
Buckingham's Dye,
FOR THE WHISKERS.
As our Heiiou'cr in many cases
requires too long a time, m'- t0(J
iniicli cave, to restore gray or faded
Whiskers, 'wo have pivpa-'ed tins
dye, in one preparation J winch will
quickly nnd eflcctually. accomplish
this result. It i easily applied,
and produces ft color wlncl i wil
neither rub nor wash off. Sold by
all Druggists. Pnc Fifty Cents. ,
Manuhotured by fi. P-HALL & CO.,
NASHXJAi N.H.
r.r .v ,m mi
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