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TIME OARD
ILLHI0I8 CENTRAL R. R,
tnAis lkavk CAtno
..1MS m "
..Dally
1UI1 i
Kipm at.
TrilfM at..
2:)n m. ,
:00 m. .Except Sunda).
.n:oo iu... ;,
rrsurtit ai
4:30 p. in.
Freight at
7:3" p. m..
AXKITK AT CA180 ,.
T.7.Z'. also p. in -Excpt Sunday.
Will ml..
KxnrrM Jst-
Tto.:g.S ; BBS:
might at.... H:Wp. m..
JAKES JOHNSON, Accent.
ST. L0UIB.IB0N MOUNTAIN
ASP
SOUTHERN RAILROAD.
MrSlM'SES rrle at inl depart from the
I I p. flhlrt JjPttf. AS fnlloYA:
Through freight leavi Monday, educ'day.
ad 1'rnUv at Pnum. in t ArrhM n .
TaExprcl.nvs.Ullyat asm I'M , nml
jrlrwt3:. AM ... ,
l'Anivr Awomni xiatlon Iciim il.ul vV;
cfVtnn'tar nt t"M 111 tonrlTes itiily ul H l
Timt to nil jwlnt In Tem ami Arkansas,
M HOURS LESS THAN BY ANY
OTHER ROUTE.
Time from Calm to Little Kock, 13 limits.
To Tuircani, '- hours .
To Jtffmon , Tcxsi , i", hour .
To MirMiall, iW hours.
To Siireeport, ImWana, ?J liuurs.
To !allu, TrxiM, V hours
To lltanie, Toas, H lviitrs
To lioutnn, Texas , 41 hours.
To Gaheston, Ttxiu, 4t liour
O. VT. HEftTJEMBOURO.
A tent Cairo Ills
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
TIMH C3AHD.
On nd lifter June M, Imini will inn :n t'ul
low, SuniUyn exfiplKl, Hum the rornerof
Jwoniltn'ct nml tomnuivUI , Uim,
Illinois:
UOING 30KT1I
lAAXt Cairo 10 : S A M
Murphvelmro - J :.)!'. .M.
Arrif c Vmx St. I-oul "
GOIXtl COUTH.
Lwive i:t St. Louis b:JI.M.
Arrire Murplirstxirj l.'ili 1' M.
are JliirrihTBboro - !:() "
Vrrlve Cairo 4:1.1 "
ConnKtlnir at St. ImuIh with nil traliu Wet
and North. J. L lllNCIvl.KY, .upt.
B. W. CLAKK, Cirneral l'ii.iM-iu;er Agent.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
BKTWKUM-
CAIBO, EVANSVILLE. INDIAN
APOLIS, CINCINNATI
and LOUISVILLE.
FOURTEEN HOURS EACH WAY,
AND ALL, DAYLIGHT RUN 3.
Snssio Through Witkl. Change !
IKUlAXAl'ULt ANt CINCINNATI KXMlK'JS,
Leares Cairo- 4:00 u
, in
Arrive at Curml etl.l "
ArrlvraatVlncennr 1:1" "
TIA BT. LOCIt AND 60CIUKABTK11N' HAILLOAtl.
Arrimat EvnniTlllc I:1H ii.m,
TIA I.IDtANAruLtS AND VINCLVNCl IIAILKOA1).
Arrives at InJbiujHll). 4:30 p. m.
via Ohio Axn M!sirn iuiliwao.
Arrlresat orrA Vernon....
Arrlrrjat Cincinnati
ArrirUat Loulavllle
CAIBO CXHIltes
, uv p.m.
U;IKI
-7.C "
Ltarr Indianapolis
Ltavr Clnclnntti
Lcatm Louisville
Arrives at Vinreune...
Leave Vincennes
leaves Eransvlllc
Arrives at Carmi
Arrives at Cairo
.. $:30 a in.
.. fl :.( '
,-7:Oi "
- .';ii p ni.
.. !:!) '
..U:I0 n.m
. 4:13 p.m.
.. :30 '
Making close connections
to and from all
Dolnti Kast and North, at Indlanaiiolis anil Clli
oinnatl. ami to and from all ioluts South aud
West of Cairo by rail and river.
MOCND CITY ACCOMMODATION'.
The Mound City Accommodation nuiR Wed
nesday and Saturday.
Leave Cairo - 12:2.1 nndSiOOp in.
Leaves Mound Citr 1 :15nnd .V.:w . m.
M. B. GOODRICH, H. X.. MORRILL,
Oea Tieket Ag't. Uencrul Sup't
tTFor Information relntlre to rate and con
nections, apply to JAMES MALLORY,
71 Ohio Levee.
Allen, Maokey & Co.
New and Elmrant Btvles
CARPETING!
CURTAIN GOODS,
PAPER HANGINGS,
W are offrrliiK great inducements In all ol
Ui above departments to the w bolesale and u
tall trade. General Inflection Invllisl
233 State Street,
On Block BoutU of Palmcf House,
OJtXloCtKO. Til -
A BOOK FOR JHE MILLION;
A I'rl I'.i.ulu ...
Msnivd, w Ums. atfria u
ntrrr.taUi. t,,k.k.ficfc
nrurtts . n,il,tloc,
Culd-9.
anf!i'r "' " "','rt,i4
Tkl b aa launniu mt tn kudiM tut iIht
us kjhi tjntm. sua tM
Vi sr. Biwrit4 ar eai&iplai n.r.
aatlsriaanimifS,
a MM tut matt aa U ktiA aislst taut
yTWHys"" Mil af U inu-
.1. IW...h..f . ,H
- uwi uat u ass
a ssataaa) hr Tint CmU.
, im , uwu, IUML
MHM ! MM AM mi Unlprtuniu.
to la astasia aaaals au ktimli, l.
a Ma issilm, t-fix In,
mmm m ww w Mir
a 4MMn !( tvaatr miiNui
as JSm iaM ulitwiil aaailul ant.,-
aa aaa aa aaaaaiua isr.
a laailiasl la al uu.
fartk suaatk atrax, katrsas)
:M ' t&JBZtSl
p s.'
VaAMaMfajaaaaa. Mta.
PARAGRAPHS.
Tho jjliost ofXrwIi Wt'liskT wiiiK! lt
ii fiilritiial incilliini In Aliilwiira, nor Ion
since, mill wrote on a flip or paper: "It
Is lite time.".' Xoali vn right, lint we
nre sorry to sec lie lia jono linel; on liU
dictionary.
A tiinit nt tliuCentr.il ilupol waslook
Inj,' nronml for some one to split some
wooil, nml meeting n loilorn-Iooktin; boy
lie nketl hlni: "JJiib, woiililn't your la
thcrlike iiJoW "No, lie'. got one now,"
answered the boy; "just been ent tip
lor fix niontli!'' Detroit Free Pros,
An Incbriiito stranger precipitated
himself down stairs, mul on striking tho
landing irproachfullynpostrophlzed hltn
Rltwhli: "IfyonM been n-wmitln' to
come down stairs, why In thunder didn't
you say so, you wooden-headed old fool,
nn' ld ft eonio with you, nn' showed you
the wnyV
A young school-boy win n?ked for
an npt (iiotntlon In Latin to show off the
progress he h.id made, to n friend of the
proud lather. After a" moment's consid
eration the boy said he had got It. "What
U It. tny boy?" "Why, father, you know
our Latin master's name U Cave, no I
think 'we fruitm' would best express
the Mate of nd'alr and maimer of pro
gress m me cias.
A Swiss boatman recently pulled it
would-be iiK'ide out of Lako denevr.
An hour or two after the
Id.-U discovered the ame boat
in tu hanging by the neck to n
tree, but did notlnterlere this time. The
n jigistin!e ninnioned him to answer why
lit did not prevent the suicide, and he re
plied that lie stippo-cd the gentleman
bad only hung him-ell up to dry.
BOBBINS'
112
COMMERCIAL AVE.,
CAIRO ILL
-
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE
EVERY DESCRIPTION.
OP
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
Of World wido Reputation.
AcktiowleilKiil hyall itood MueIcIuih Ik I the
beat I'iauo now nuule.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which wo have sold over MO during
twelve year- past, becoming nioro anil more
popular every day.
SMITH'S aweSTcm organ,
Splendid tone, Power and Durability.
Kimball's Orohoctfai. o9n,
I"
A very lino lntruuicnt, mlnptcd to Intru
lii?utal us ell us vocal miblo.
ALL THE AUOVK AMV. Ol'KKKKl) OX
K'lHy Monthly I'.iyiuents at lowtlfiire'
regardless of List Prices.
SHEET MUSIC
lu great variety, including' all tho new
and populur luttelc ol thu day.
Orders from the Country
promptly tilled ami -cut
by mail.
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS
ACCOJiDEONS, CLARINETS
FLUTESlC0L0S,
TAMBORINES
I'KKNCH HAUrS, ETC., KTC.
Band Instrumonts of all Kinds
Furr.lsbcd to Order.
8THIN03 FOR VIOLIMB, QUITAUS, KXC.
Ot the licet Quality.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of all grades for Piano or Voice.
JSJ'Evcry description of Mit'lcil .Mcr
cliuiidUo I'uniblicil to order, promptly and
at prices lower thnu ever ollcreil beforn.
oi:scy also or
I ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
jeiul for Illustrated Catnlo-Mio und 1'iluo
i.ir oi tico Ijcntllirul groupes.
All Goods Warranted as Represented.
Ailitrofs,
ROBBINS' -MUSIC BAZAP,
Cairo, Illinoiu.
Sheriff's Bale.
BY virtue ol two certain executions tome ill
reeled by the clerk of the circuit couit ol
iiicxau'icr coiiui), in l lie blule o
Illinois, one iu favor ot Youu llroth
crs A Comnany. and the other in l'.i
vor of Allied 11 Kaffunl, a5slcns;or Alexander
II Irvin, and both against ,Iohu II lliown, 1
have levltsl insin the lollowlnir desciilxsl uron-
erty, lu the county of Alexander and Stale of
Illinois, tii-wUi 1 he northwest final ter or the
northvtest ipiuilerol sivtiou six (it), in township
I f!?ulen (,c ""nth, and lu ran;c one went of the
niiiii iiiociiitn iiiermuini mo norinweni ipisrier
V'."lc "iesi quaneroi section in rty-oue
I !"" " owiisuip ninn tir) south, nml in inne
Llt..ori,,u tl',ra Principal merldlaiithc north
M.s ....
ii7,,i ? . !, ",'v souineiii uuarlerol lection
iihiiTi. ,',,.,V .'..1",,!ownsll,l' inieen (In) south
nun iu raii;e two (i) west of thu thlnl nrlncliiu
nier dsiiilolanuinls-aslonel Tu lv K S '
r ,u l.e liliKk nmnls nsl oi, (l . 0Vs S.
...m, ,,, i, iiiui. nuiuus-lisi me I'll, 10s IIUII1
(7) In block umnbeiTd six (n) In the lou-n
IJu ly. and ull In thu county of Alexander ami
Male . lllluol iia theprois-rty otlhewdd .lohu
il.JIrowii, which I shall ofler at public sale at
(he southwest duor of the com t hou.v In ihii eltv
... ..... s.,., . ,.c.aiiirr ititu aiaie ol
iinuoisou me siAieviuu nay ol .lull', A. I)
ls7'. between the hours of nine o'clnrl- u
and sunset of mid day, for cash, to satisfy aair
execution. ALEX II lltYIN,
"boi lllliioli, .Iimiiillh, rr7'..
n m n i nt!
mm
I i l ,i ,,. i ""i m' 1' l,lucW numbered two
,'intil l",,"'u''1 lV 10 " (51. '"' ln
eluslve In block nuinUieil four (li.l ita mini.
beHsloue (I) to teien (7), botll Vucliulve lu
I'. '.k. '!Um "l" i;"',1 ' h 'I'mit'eiedone (I)
IU H'tcil (TI tidth iiiflfiailvM lit l.i.,., i i...s. I
HOOK HTORE,
GO fl
O ' P5
LlJ J-J a W 1 w
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CO ,
HAMiN.
THE
City National Bank
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
oriiCBin.
u . r n.u.i.uiA i , ritMlit'iit.
ItAI.UIiAY, l'lvfMoit.
1IKNUV 1. IIAI.UOAY, Vliol'irjit.
A It SAKKOHH, Cannier.
vi Ai.ii.u iiLiuif, As'l C'a.liler
ntiiKCTom
STATS TAYLOI!,
I. ItAI.UllAV,
I WlLLIA-OV,
A. Jl
II. It. fc'UXNINdllAM,
W. v. Hallway,
SiceitKX Hum,
Saikoiiu
Eschango, Coin and United States
uouds nought and Sold.
DKronlTS received and n general liiinliliiK
hulucsjilonc.
Enterprise Saving
BANK.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. It. SAKKUltl). l'raddcnt.
M. S. TAYLOR, Vice President.
W. HYSLOl, Sec'vandTiOASiiier.
nimxTonm
M. IlAUCLAY, CllAS. GaLIOIIEI!,
Al. hTUCKl-LKTlt, l'At.XG. M'lfl'll,
II. C'CKNINnllAM. II L. IlALLlllAV,
I. M. l'uiLLir-.
INTKltKST paid on deposits at the rain of six
percent. iHrunnnm, .March 1st and S,ttm
lier 1st. Inteivst not withdrawn is added liiune
diiitely to the principal nl the deposits, thereby
KivlnK them coiiuoiiinl Intel 4t
Married Women and Chilclrcniuay
Dcposit Monoy and no ono
else can draw it.
liusltii.ssdiiv fmmiU.ni. to a it.iu,
and .-atiinlay evenings lor tavings deposit onn
oiu u to hirciooK.
-w. llTf SJ.OF, Treasuror.
THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
Transacts all kinds of a Legiti
mate Banking Business.
P C. CANEDY. President.
HENRY WELLS, Vtco President.
THOMAS LEWIS, Cashier
T J. KERTH, Assistant Ccnhior.
(U-3-U-tr
W.KJONS.
The Gamble Wagon
cwino, itjIjIimoib
MANUrACTUKUD ItY
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE REST and CHEAl'EBT WAGON MAN-
OFAOTURKD,
MANUFACTORY, OIIIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Fourth Stroot
SPRING!
HSUMMER!
Prices to suit tho Times.
Wholcsalo Figaros, but No Crodit I
Mrs. C. McLEAN,
Next Door to Stuart & Gholson'B
EIGHTH STREET,
BETWEEN COMMERCIAL AND
WASHINGTON AVENUES.
HA I S, llonmls, Flower
... . ,?:llli,i Veliets, Ties,
Kid (, lines, Hosieiy, Woi
i.s, Ijuvs, ItlblklHS,
Uucliliurs. I'nivr.tj.
oratisls.
Also the "ladles' Dies, l.'elunn'
OOH8BT,
Alidull Hit) new Kyle of trimming Silks for
spring mid Muuinci-.
lC?-lhese eo(ls win ki sold at very low fie.
tnei, for I AMI mi l CASH ONLY I-ll-Wif
try t t -v - .
CAIRO,
Tho Trustcos of the Cairo City
Proporty delrc to eall public ntlentlon
to tho merits of their property, compris
ing n considerable portion of tho City of
Cairo. In Alexander County, In the Slate
of Illinois, and land' Immediately adja
cent thereto.
This city, as Is Well known. Is a'ln-.i. ,!
tho coniltieiice of the Ohio nml MU.lsYiml
rivers, at tliclicudof tinlincriipted nnl a
tloiiontlio MUnUilipl, bfin,' bolow oh
tructlons by Ice In Hie wiutcr und low
water lu iiitmncr, ami tints lim n clear mid
open river coiiiiuuiilcitloa nt nil limes ocr
tliu Mtsslsstf pt ittitl tlslriuutiirles, with all
the eountrv south, to tlio Ouir ol MuX'eo
and the Atlantic Ocean. Cairo bus iilno tho
Mine character oicoiiitiiiinicntlon with i.ll
the country norlliowrtlic urcami lluwlns
ny i', wneii tuno urcjnm urn not lunavl
gable tiy rc.von ol Ice or low water.
t;eiore the era o: tiuuroail, Cairo liail a
eoiuniauilln position a ti ccntro of coin
nierco and navigation. This iinportaiicj ol
poiiltion 'ho i-1 111 poi'M's, but iiasnnir the
aiiuiiioini :uivnntat;o ot iieln;; a f,'tat tall
rond e-n're, a nuniiierot the mo-t Import
ant railrouls In the nllcv ottlii-Mbsih-Ippl
LMinveralii!; to and hating their tcimlni
there. Anions ilic-e, coining from the north
ate tho j-rcat Hiinols Central Itiilroad,
which traxcrso tin1 entire Mate or IllluoN
troni'lli extreme northern and noi'tli-ctMcrn
to Its southern limits, anil by It-caimci'llont
extends Into All tlio nivat nortliwcteru
r.iln producing status; the Cairo and Yin
ennes, exleiulinp: Irom Cairo to the CIlv ot
Vlueeiincs, In tho -"latool Indian i. wliein
Its cinuecttons ntfurd direct rjllroad com-
munlcatioiis Willi all K.vtcrn cities: am
the Cairo .t H. Louts Hallroad, alloniln a
uiicct rntiroau commimieatioii with the
City t SI. I.oilUaiid all tho radio uls ecu
tertnu' thero. 1'lie loads cohiIiil' irom tha
South arc the New )rlcau, .lacksou and
Ureal Northern and the Mobile and Ohio
Itallroails, which ve turret railroad cim
muiiicitlon with IIih cilies ot Mobile and
cw Orleans, and othir .Southern Atlantic
le.i potts. anil by oiinnotliiL'toails with all
tho country smth ul Cairo: anil counn
Irom the southwest is tlio Cairo, Arkansas
and Texas Itiilroad, which ttlords similar
couiniuiiication with Sontheiu .Ml-soml,
Arkans.is ami Tex.s. anil the pilnolnal cit
ies of thosu States. Thli Ust-nanicd road
will give, alo. direct rnunecllon Willi the
Texas and l'acille lto.nl when It It. com lu
ted, thus glv ins dlicct conunuulcation wl h
the principal port ol the l'acitiu Ocean.
'I hutu ra Iroads. tenniLallniriit Ctlro. arc
i now all completed and in Mleccxftll opcra
I ti,in, tho-o in Illinois coining Into the city
! on a bank ol e.ich ot the rivers, Ohio and
Mln-i'sippl. and tcrnrnatln nt their contin
ence, thus encircling tho city. Tho Holly
Springs, lirowt.svhle and Ohio Kiver It til
road, and the Cairo and Tennessee Itivcr
It'illroud, which will loth tcnulnato at
Cairo, ate In course of construction and will
soonbe eomilr.tcd, and other rallroaiisboth
In Illlii'ils.nidln Mates Kouili of tho onto
river, which will also terminate at Cairo,
ar projoetod. "intarrangetnents uiadn to
build iiciii. The eon.lructloii or tliem
ivl greatly Ir.crcasn tha rtllroad communi
cations of Vidro.
Its cciitiiillocstioli In Hie great Valley of
the MiKsUsippi.aud the trreatwcalt ofihcr
and railroad communication, gives ti Cairo
unsurpassed advantages as u e inmerelal
point, ns It affords to her ca.y aud ehunp ac
cess to all the uraln produelng districts ol
the North and Wetd, iiilslmlliraci cs to all
theagtlctiltural rroouce consumers of the
Soi.th. thus nresciillnt.' tlni bi'H location In
the tVesltorati lniereliaiii:e of the respect
ivc northern and sou'.lici-n coinmodtlles and
productions.
A a rnantlf 'ctui tng location the position
of Cairo is not less liuportsut. Tho crude
miterlilb tif every dcscriptlun, which con.
utitntit the elements of maimfjcttired aril'
cles, abound on every sine, Iron ore, coal,
ofsupo lor ijualliy, ami timber oi every
cli'iracter.moro in iu otuers, iiemg easily
and cheaply accessible, aid tho rich agli
cultural regloti of the tmnedlato neighbor
boo J. as well a tho more remote dlstrlcti
rendered tributary to It ly river an I rail,
furuhh hupplicMd tiioi.eiessarli'iiot lire in
such anunuanci' as lonu 'ernvins; excepi
lonallv chcau. When thenianufacturedartl
cles arc produced, the facilities for cheap
distribution by river and rail are not
equalled.
(.'.ill i) has a moral, luiclllgcnt, liberal und
enterprising pipulaiion of about 12,000 has
ti superior systuui of public schools, which,
with others conducted bv privatu enter
prise, afford tttisurp sscd cducaiional ad
vantages In p3s,,(.Njl.d of well-established
churches of nearly every denomination
has publl'i and private buildings of a supe
rior character has a climate, which for Ha
lubrity mid hcalthiullnllueiiccH cannot be
nirpnsHPd-h.n a well-regulated nnd ef
ficient municipal organization, Its streets
lighted with gas, and other metropolitan ad
vantages, which make it highly desirable
aud In reality not to bo cxcollod as a place
of permaiirot residence.
Lots ami hud in Cairo arc now ollcreil at
very low pilcca, affording lavorablu oppor
tunities, to purchase, and the owners prc
tcut the location to tlio public as offering
unrltulcd advantages lor ilio siii'cesslul cu
tabl shun nt o commercial or manufactur
lug euteip'itc.i, and tho best locality in tho
country lor protltuble Investment ot capital.
S. Sr.VATSi TAYLOIt,
I'.DWIN 1'AltSONS,
Trustee', etc.
A I HO, 1 1 I
IWI.
. .Ma 1st, ISTI.
HTOVr.N
HARDWARE
TINWARE
STOVES
Rofrigorators, Water Coolers, loo
urcam ToczerB, wiuuuw uuruuu
TTri r,ts,i. t)l ...1 rtnisAa Afnna 1, a
vvilu uiuiui .unit virvct,
kots, Toilet Sots, Fishing Taoklc,
i.nmna rjii. i:nimnnvs. jlihu iuu-
lino PIowb and a Ronoral stock of
Garden implements.
, tin.. ttiii.fii.i nil.,,,. I t.tsi, a llrst-
cliin 'IltiFinlth. mid inn picpnrcd tu do nil kinds
ol Jou worK on sunn nouee.
1 keep coii'hmlly on hand a hrjteuirlcty of
Cooking Stoves, Tlnwaro, Build-
ors' Hardvvaro,
Wholcsalo rind Rotnil.
Sole ngtnt for the celebrateil
CVC'idl un I ev.imlnc liefuie
will I
not m' unili r old.
1!H corner ltli nml t'oni. A v.. C.VIUO.
C. V. 1IENDKR50N.
IIO-j-ll dly
xv.w i v i 1 1 t i n i:m t m.
Rl llstlt'lSJ Minl I t- nil ''Hie I'eonle
AUVfl rttf&itl i tJinmioii t-ii.e Mimical Ail-I
vler." It l Hie eheaiuvl liook evi r piiMlflu-di
rvMMfrc, over ..I" llliisirauon-. sji i lion-
sands buy It at sunt who could not I e induced lo
nurclu'e the IiIl'Ii . in ieisl books tivalinu ol Do-
nii'.-llo .Medicine I'nlikc othci' Ifioks sold
throush aient till" woi). Is lliomiu-lily niher-
llscsi tiiiTiiizliout .Vorlli America, inu fact, ti-
pellier nun III" law si, i lensiil upi.'araiire
mid many new ri-ilincs of the book, causes it In
sell more rapidly I ho ii air. woikevcr publl-hisl
III this cons try . 'Ilio-oof my tigetila Mho h.Uc
bad ixporleneelu tilling books, s.iv thitinnll
their luevlous (wnasslnr they never nut with
such success or made so large waijcs, n i.lii(e
ejiniiienebig Ihe sale of iny work 1 jr terms
iiii'l. tin lloi.y, nildrc's tincloslng two jisla(ie
Kl.innn. Mid statin exis-ilence) It V . I'liixe
-M. D. , Wolld's Di-ptusary. Ilun.ilo, New
Voik
Noik Maik cuvli.po " l or I'nblisli.i , He-
paitnunt
Befci-e You Start
I.Sal ID. IS Till.
TRAVELERS
OF HARTFORD, CONN
WATERS NEW SCALE PIANOS
arc the best madei Die touch clastic, nnd a line
BinKiuxione, ponrriui, pure mil even.
WATERS' Concerto ORGANS
cannot i rvellist in ton" or beauty s they defy
competition The I'ouo rlo .stop i' u ilueliol-
tation or tli. JiiinMsn voice.
lrif"s i:,lrcniely l.mv for cash iliirlnit
this month. Monthly Instalments teclewil i
l'lau.is unil urZHlls tu ixi. una llent-JIoner in-
loviwl if purchased, heeond-haud Initrtlmeiits
ntfJreut liitrcnma. A cell Is H'liiltetl, A
iiuerai oi.couni io ieucners,.iiinlslers,i.iiun he?.
Schools, Lodges, etc .N.eciul ludiieenients to
in uaiic.
1 llntmtitt C'atalnjrue, nuiilisl Hornce Wnt-
ers A Nuiih, 1st Jiroadnuy, New York, llox
$50 TO $10,000
us been Invested InSlock riivilexeaud paid
900 PROFIT
"How to Do II." a Hook on Wa 11 St . fent
fne. 'i umliriiliru ,t Co . Hanker A ISrokrM.
n an 31 , i
HPTsi --The choicest in the world
importers' prlresl.sri1
i.onuiai.v in .vinerifiii ia i e anicie i
SE
everybody Trade eontlnunlly lncre.i
.vitenis wunieii everywnere.-iA'sl imtueenie
don't vvii tic time send forclrcular to Hubert
wens, ii vciey St., .s Y.,r. inv lis
TUP WPPVtV !!tf 6li?es,.'r; broad eolumii,
sua ii "aiuaa (i
i Itom now to New Yeals.
i.l.l... 'ri A r '
podt-pald, (10 els.
.s.l.l.s, I.C Cllll, a,. ,
A WKKb Lruaniutfssl to rrinle nod
female ufrenls In their locality.
Costs nothing to try it rurllciilars
fits;. I' O YICKr.UY A CO .
.vuftu-u, air.
kT1SYi. II0.M ANLY.OII SOUL Oil AllMIVf!'
X How cither sexmiy latclnate and Ruin
the love and allcctlon ol im- person they chooac,
instantly 'J Ids art all can iiosseis, free by mall,
lor cents: toiiclher with n Marriage l.iihle.
KKyjillini Urnclc, llreams, Hints to Ladies, ttc.
i,ivo,uuiit.,iiii. .o,uriooK. .Mldie-s 1. WJL-
L,iiv.si .t w , riiunt tiers, i niiiiuiitisia.
7-'.i-ilAw-tw.
".V coiuplcle I'lctorlul Ilislor.v r Hie
iiiiicB ' "ine iit'si. eiieiiM'st, mill
lliosi Miieeessuii a ailllly I'lin,.,.
Ill Ilio I'nloii '
harper'sweekly.
II.I,l'STItATi:i).
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Tho Weekly is tho ablest und most now
erlul illustrated periodical published in
this country. Its editorials are acholarly
aim cuiiviiiciiiks anu carry niucn weiilllt
lt illustrations of current events arc lull
and reD, and are Prepared lie mir best do
signers. vVltli a circulation oi 150,000, thu
Weekly Is read at, least by half n million
persons, and Us Intluuiico as an nri.-au of
opinion Is simply tremendous. The Week
ly maintains a positivo position, and ex
presses ueciucii vieivbou political unil so
cial problems'. Louisville Courier-Journal.
lis articles are iiioueis oi nigu-ioucti uis-
cusslon, and its pictorial llhlslratlonH arc
often eorrohoratho arguments ofno small
forco N. Y. Kxtuulnerand Chronlclo.
Its papers upon existent questions und lu
lnnnltaliio r ariooiis ueiji to uiouiti tuo son.
Ihncnts ot tho count 17 Pittsburg Com
mcrclal,
TKUJIS i
PosUse free to siibscrlbers in the United
Stales,
llarncr's Wnoklv. ono vcir .. ?4 00
Tour dollars includes prepayment of U
S. nostiufo by tho publishtr.i.
bubscrlpilons to Harper's Jlagtizlne,
Weekly, and nazar, zt onu address lor one
year, 810 00: or, two or Harper's Period!
cals, to ono address lor ono year, $7 0);
posingu nut'
An extra copy of 'liu .Magazlnu, Weekly,
uWfl'M
or
club
onu remittance; or, tlx copies for sv.10 01),
Without exira copy; postage tree,
llacknuaibeis can hosupp led at any time,
Tlio annual volumes of Harper's Weekly,
In neat ciotu miming, win im sent by o
press, Ine ot eupcnso. lor 87 00 each. A
eompleto set. comprblllg eighteen volumes,
tent on receiptor cash tit the iMtu ol f .', 'j;i
pervolumo, freight attheexpeu e ot thu
purchaser.
SSSTNewspatiefH aro not to copy this ad
vertlscmeut without tho express otdcisol
Harper llrothcrs.
AdJrosH HAUl'KIt llllOTIIIIIl?, N. V.
WOAKig
fKaaj1
ML
PALMER HOUSE,1
Tho Lnrgost and Bent Furnished
lioimn in tun Wm.ld
"
entirely fire proof,
Prloea Railtinail.
59 Jtootnsj with board, $3.00 per day.
1BO " " $3,60 "
160 '! S4.00 "
00 ' " 4,60
00 " " $6.00
M-rost of llnlldini!. ).am.(oi, Vllfltllllt-n.
$s.vi,itti.
D
C.FOOTES CIGARS.
All roftde by hand, the best In
the land Consumers will II ml
them With Dealers and ni-i.M,i..
Moies 'I ho Kenulnc have the name
It (,. rootenr I) U. K. on the la-
nni i les i nrnniis nre Mor nc Hcniy
ClajSlaiRcnnd siuull sle "Itoss"
I Klur llrl Himnr (rMis lurmli Vnr
Del Klnunder (ditto! I'lhe Identical Clirar Vic
toria; Itlch and linn-Conrhn.
Western Factory, OS & 07 South Wator
Street, CIIIUAUO.
GILBERT HUBBARD & CO.,
Ship Chandloraand Sail Maker,
TWINES AND CORDAGE,
STEEL & IRON WIRE ROPE,
AWNIlTCSi
TENTS AND COVERS,
S02 to 208 South Watoi St., CIHOAOO.
r,vc-i7diw.
TO THOSE
IN QUEST
LANDS IN
OF
THE WEST
Tho lown R. R. Land Company
olR rs ii rlml(i. Irom over 1,.V,ihi nnrs al e.niid
$'l mrncic nn itfiud It. It . I line, In the Middle l.'e-
(tloiiol Western luwn No leer and airuei no
Kiuslioppeint land tniverMslby railroads liuni
llllalKO, nu ix, iii4ii,' ui ntis, -im i.iiuikii iu
Mill null el nuile to the lauds or I cut nil Illinois
Ij-.-lart ngliti l or recursion i ii kew, irec
to purch.isirs irom thleig'i, or stutlons
on the ' lileairo A .Ninth Western
nml Illinois loitnd railroads in Illinois.
out and luck, or for Mapand raniphUtsiflvJng
prlec, lerins, .tc , eni iree, nnoress .iwim n
CM.ilorS, Land lumtnissliiiitr . Ilnndolpli
Irtet. t'lilciigo, or i en.ir uaiio, imm
-.;i-w li
TnYfaatsatFkillM
M
111 llrfAV hateaalBlaVU
.So I'eraUH enst lube llirae Illllrraucctr I
-," lo illrcstluua, and remain lone unwed, pro
ul mI their boars arc not deslroird br n nar.i
nun or ther lneam. and vital orcans wnlcc
c torn i point oi repair
iMaiiriiam sr stuiicraiion. ueauarne. 1 ar
tho Mliuulders, Lour Ii-, Tightness of the (.lust
iirtncis. I-our I.rutiauons oi the Motnacii. na
1 stc In the Jioutli. Unions Attacks, ralpltatloi
il i nc ucari. innainniaiioii oi ine i.uncs. l ain n
.lie rrclon oi tho Khluers. and ahunarcii ouir
lni.il ajrinptonis. arc me cnprina oi Kjapcp
a. ouo homo ivu .rove a ucttcr euarauice o
s mem than a Ir ricrtli t adrcrtlsc inert.
I or t rinnlr ComiilnlHla. in lounir or oi.i
i lined or single, r.l the dawn orwoinanhcl, M
he lurn er i re. tncio ionic iiiiicrs oi'iuay io,ie
. i' d an Influence that Itnproienicnl Is awn per
'i'i.o.
in .u nrf 'l.r,lr Ul.c,
.ii,,i., unj ooiit. iiiiious, ueiuiiteui ami inter
i. ii lent revels. Disease of tl.a lllo&d. Liver, kid
n and lilaitiler, thckc Hitler nave no equal
a inn. jscs nre lauscu ny v mv.-u nioon.
'I'lirr nre a uriillr I'uranlivr is ssrll bi
ii Tonic, potsesslni; tlio merit of ortltiK ns r
owcr n nt'cni in ir.iovinir uoncesiioa or in
'animation of the l.lvcr and Usccul Orcaus, am
n l:m 's Diseases.
S ue Sltlu Uiaeuaes, i:mnti :i. Tetter, fi'l'
. it t-1: iii. i:iotriiei,pois, rnnpics, ru.imcs, i:ou
arMin !es, itiug-noinis, seaiii ueau, Nte r.res
rv siiic'is. Itch, fee urfs. 1 ilscoloralloni of the kln
lumur anil licenses of the Sklnofttlialetr name
jr nature, are ntera ir due un ami carrisu oiu o
ic system in a tnori nine oy me use oi inesi
,'iers.
(iriiiefnl 1 lioiianiiila proclaim isrnu
lirrms thu ino.t uomlcrful lavlgoraut that eve
ir.stallieii me sitikin: sTSicm.
St. II. -II r It U. a. 1.11 A- f.'O.
JrnczUu and (len. Ants., 1'ranclsco, Cal., i
or. ot w aenincton ami tiiaruon nt.. . i.
BOLD 11Y ALL DlttlililblS A ULAl.I.lO-
Evansvillo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.
-Kon-.
Pnducah, Shawncotown, Evans-
villc, Louisville, Cincinnati
una an way landings.
he tmrlvnlled Ide-whs 1 steamer
P5lCs
IDLEWILD,
D (! I'ov.tLn , Master.
l.n. It. 'I no.i ai .-. (.'Ink.
111 leave r.van'vlllleforCalro every .MONDAY
andTIItlHSIlAY at I o'clock li. in.
Leaves Cairo every 'I ULsDA and KIIIDAY.al
(I r il If ti m
ARKANSAS BELLE,
Itr.v Howahd Master
Walh.ii it, iV.NM.VGlo.v Chrk.
Will bsive Kvausville for Cairo every 'It. HS-
u. V unil Fill HAY nt 4 o'e ock n. m
Will leave Calm every WKDNKDAYnndSAT-
c hi.vi aiu o'clock p. m,
'1 lie decant slde-wluel ttt-.imer
PAT. CLEBURNE,
dons Ooit Jlastir
HAT. WILLIAMS Clerk,
Ieaus Lvansvllle for Culro eviry WKDSD.'j.
DAY and nATL'ICAIlY nt Si n. in
l.iaves Cairo every I lll'H.SHAY and .tNIAY
Ul O Jl, 111.
Kuth bunt makes close connections nt Culio
with Hrst-chiM steamers for fct. Louis, Mem
phlsumlXcw Oileaus, and lit HvHiisvllle with
I lie 10. A C. It. It ror nil points North and Eat.
and Willi the Louis, lllu .Mali Stenmer lor all
nninlsonthc I'noir Ohio. eliliiL- Unouidirc-
relet on freights nnd passengers to all points
"'.'.""'IP'., ' , .
For further iufoiiuitlon uunlr
sill,. sILVUK, I'limcngerAguit.
II VLLIDAYItHOS., )....,
.1. M I'HILLll'S,
111' IO li. .1. lillA.VI.sil.il.
Suncrlntenilriit soil ficnrial I'lvlaht A Lent.
l'i-.i-:u-iy. i.v unsv uie uiuiana.
AMERICAN WASH BLUE
Tor Laundry and Household Uso,
MANITACITIIHl) AT fill:
Amtruw Uliramarmo Works, Newark, V, J,
Our Wusb ltlne Is Mm best In tho world. It
does not stieak, contains nothtiiK Dilution to
hejiin or Inline, ami is iimsI ny nil thu larxe
i.iuu'ir es on accoiini oi us nieusi uir eucct mill
rheapness, (superior lor Whitewashing, rut
up in package eoiivenlent lor laliilly use, 1'rlce
o cent each.
For bale by grocer everyvvhei-u. Always ask
for the Ameilran Wasli lllue, if you want the
clieapeet and best,
AMERICAN ULTRAMARINE WORKS
Ofttce, 7i
,V-dw-ni,
William Slrect, New Yoilt.
masPORD'B
PURE AND
ni rti m i
ouver moss oiarcn,
For tlio XiAxxxxcljry.
MANUFACTUIIKl) IIY
T. KINGSFORD ft SON.
Tho Boat SUrch In the World.
(HVi;S IlKAUTIFtJL FINISH TOTHE LINKS,
and the it I (Ti retire In cost between It sod com
mon stnrrli U scarcely half a cent forau nMIti
nry wnslilng. Ask jour grneer for II
KINGSFORD'S
Oswego Corn Starch,
ForPuddlnRa,BlancXanica,IceCream, Ac
Is the nrlirhuil-ltnbllshcd In 1819. And pre-
series in riiiuinllou os ruilint, filKUNI,.
i.ii nun Mtiiir. iiKLiUA j Kinniiauy other
niticleor the kind offered, cither of the
Mine linmc or Willi other tlllcs,
Sti:vinsom Macaiiam. I'll II.. Ac . thp hbrli .
est chemical authority id' Kuropc, cnrefnlly ana
lyzed this Corn March, and sn)s It Is a most ex
cedent nitlclenf diet ami In rhemieal and feed
ing properties Is Hilly ispial tothq best arrow
tout.
Dlrecllons for innklnir l'luiitldt,. r'nsfniu
Ac , accompany racli one tsiiind iiackace.
For Nnlv by nil riraf-elniiaUrorara.
Otl.t-dAW2ni.
Jmo. "
Mll.lKIl )
ST.
(I). H. Iloooitin
LOUIS
INSURANCE BUREAU
And Collecting Agency
!'
Haoxilaas,
St.
3VIO.
INtalillslicd for the tiurnose of rjurv-ln? on n
Krueral colleetiux Bud mUmtlnx bu'luis.
throughout the Win All Inmrsnce rlalins,
wlu'ther of Life or Fire, ntl unseltlnl arcmnts
und otlii i ui ieiiriii s promptly and satlslarlorlly
eiui-i -n un ipiici; reiurns. la.xes iaiii, jioiiu
tie", I'cin loiis Miid I'aiints secured, t.'onespofl
dener and eoiisidlulluns fur and solicited.
.Mllt.S H. JIILLF.lt A CO.,
I., ( or hlxtlnindUIIetrrets.
Ilcfi rbv in ritilsslou In Mirvock A llntrlsnd.
Irl Asldiiook A r Trlt'bnisnii A (.' , ,
II llll A I ii . N' II WrMH Lo.. II. M aln-
UelAMjlis 4-VJ-wfi.
Aycr's Cathartic Pills,
For tho relief
nml cure ol nit
riernniteuicuts in
the stomach, liv
er, and bowels.
They are a mild
aperient, and an
..excellent purz.v
entire, llelnirpiirc-
ly vegetable, they
contain no tuer
icurj' r mineral
twhatovcr. llurli
srrlont at, kne nd tnfierlng Is prevented by
ineir timely use; anu every laniuy suouin
have them on band for their protection and
relief, when ic tuned. Unie experience has
proved thein to 's; tho safest, surest, ami
brit of nil tho Villi viilh which Uic market
abounds. Hy iln.r r,ce.islonal use, the blood
is ptiilllcd, dm enrr.iptions or the system ex
pelled, obstni't on le'inovisl, and tho whole
machinery ofluc lefored to Its healthy activ
ity. Iiitcnal oivans vi htcli beeoine cloiririsl
and sliiKsisli arc elcanseil by Ayrr't
onu (iiinuiaieii iuio ncuou. inus iw iiwin
disease Is changed luto health, the value of
which change, when reckoned on tho ast
innltlludes who enjoy II, can hardly be com.
puled. Their aiiuar-coatlnpr tnakes them
lileasant to take, nnd preserved their virtues
iinliupalied for anv IciigUi or time, so lliat
they nro ever fre,h, and perfectly relist.,.
AltboiiRh searching, they arc mild, and oitr
nte without distill bauce lo Um) cooatituUoo or
dirt or occupation.
Full direction, nre (riven on the wrapper to
each box, how lo ute them nta Family Miysle,
and for the follow ing complaints, which these
J'lttt rapidly cure.
For D;aslia or lastlfvatlssts, I.ll
lMaaaM, SUaaaraaaar, and Lota asf Aliasv
Slir, tlicy should bo taken moilrrately to
stimulate the stomach, and restore it healthy
tone and action.
Fur sUtt-r Compltslat nnd It rarloua
symptoms. Ifllloua llrauliscbr, Sllrk
Ilrualtscnr, Juttisillrr ortUrrrsi Mlrb
aaraa, Hllloua .'llc and Blllotja Vo
vers, they should be Judiciously taken for
each case, to correct the ill.caed action, or
remove the obstruetlona which cause It.
For IJyacniera' or Illurrbiru, but one
mild do-e is generally leulrcd.
For Ithe timuilant, dost, Cravrl,
lulpilillait ot lit llriarf, lwln Isa
the ftltlr, Udrk, and I.lna, they should
be continuously taken, a icipiircd, to rhanjru
tho diseased action of lliu aystem. With such
rhatiRe those complaint disappear.
For Ilropaj mid llrnrtalrtal Naarll
luga, they should be taken in large nnd fre
iptcnt dose to produce tho effect of a drastlo
pi'. .
I or alupprraalon. n burro dote should be.
taken, as It produces the desired effect by
sympathy.
As a Iihiorr rill, take one or two n to
promote digestlnn, and relieve the stomach.
An occasional doe stimulates the stomach
and bowels, restore theaipetite,andlnvl;or
ntet tho system. Hence It is often advanU
peoiu where no serious deranjremcnt exist.
Unc who feels tolerably well, often finds that
a dose of these I'itl inaket him feel decid
edly better, from their clean, Init and reao
t aling effect on the digestive apparatus.
rr.r.rAttED nr
Dr. J. C. AYES . CO., Practical CbtmUti,
r.o.rr.Li, MASS., v. H. A.
mn t ALK BV ALU IiKt'OOIST KYERYWHB&K.
Ayer's Aue Cure,
Vor Fover.srnit Arue, Intermittent Fo-
ver, uniu .never, KemiKtnt aravar,
Dumb Asue, Periodical or Bilious Fe
ver. &c., and lndoed all the a&eotlona
wtafob arise from malariauC marsh, or
mlaamatio poisons.
I
No one rctneily is louder
called for by the necet6ltlcs
of the American people than
a litre nn'd fnfo cure fur
rtivpr tinel Arur, Such
we arc now enabled to effer,
Willi a perfect certainty that
it will eradicate (ho disease, and with ntnir
aucc, founded on proof, that no harm can
arise from Its uso lu any quantity.
That which protects from or prevents this
disorder must bo of itimicuso service in the
communities where It prevails, t'rviition
li better than cure, for the patient escape tho
ilsk which he must mu In violent attacks of
this baleful distemper. This "Cent:" expels
tho miasmatic poison of IVicr unil Anue
from Ihc system, and prevent, the develop
ment of tho disease, If taken on tho first
approach of Its premonitory symptoms, A
great Bupcilorily of lids icmcdy over any
other ever discovered for tlio speedy aud cer
tain cure of Intermlltents Is, that It contains
no Qulnlno or mineral; conseipicutly It pro
duces no quinism or other liijinious effects
wliatcverupon tlio constitution. Those cmed
by It aro left ai lieallhy as If they hud never
had tho dlbc.uo,
Frtrr unil Airlift ! not alono tlio con
tcqucncc of tho miasmatic poison. A great
variety of disorders arise from Its liiitatlon,
among which aro IVasurnlsrla, Hbrurna.
tlana, Cout, Ilritducbr, llllnilissa,
Toothachr, Eurtschr, Cuturrh, Aalh
saa, Palplfutloa, Pulaful AsTrctloit
of tfcf Mplcrn, If ystesrlca, Pulss la tbt
Howla, Colic, Paralysis, and iterance
meat of tho Stomarh, nil of which, when
originating in this cause, put on the, Inter,
inlttcat type, or become, periodical, This
"Cuius" expels tho poison from tho blood,
nml consequently cures them all ullkc. it is
an Invaluable, protection to Immigrants nnd
persons travelling or temporarily redding In
tho malarious districts. If taken occasion
ally or dally while exposed to uio Infection,
that will bo excreted from tlio system, and
cannot accumulate In suiUclcnt quantity to
ripen luto disease, Hence It Is even nioro
valuable for protection than cure; and few
will ever suffer from Intormittents If they
avail themselves of tho protection this rem.
edy affords, ,
For Liver fomplalhts, arising fu torpid
ity or tho Liver, It I an oxcellent remedy,
stimulating tho Liver Into healthy activity,
aud producing many truly remarkablo cure,
where other medicine fall.
raiTAnro bt
Dr. J, O. ATKR CO., Lowell, Mass.,
PraeUeal and Analyiital ChmUU,
AND BOLD ALL ROUND THE WOULD
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