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Orrttt Houas-Froui 7:30 n.ui. to 0:30
V4 Sunday from 7to0a.t.i. Money
Ointer 8.-00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
A I rives.
a.m. I r.n.
"'s'.CO I 2;(vV
Ullnols Central K It
Miss. Central n 11 i
Cairo ft vlncennes
Cnlro, Arkansas A
ti'vm it it imtir
Ohio ltiver lloiilo
Dully eve't Monday
.11189. mver nimti;
Up, Sun. Tu. Fri
Friday ft Saturday
O. V. McKeaio, 1 M.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL B.
TUAIX I.KAVK CAIRO
Mall At....... 12:15" ra Dally
Kxiims at 2:30 p. in..... "
Freight at... 4:00a. m...Exccpt Sunday
Frelghtat -....11:00 a m... '
rnlbt at 4:30 p.m...
Freight at 7:30 p.m... " "
AltMTK AT CAIRO
Mall at... 3:ooa. m .
, 3:oo a. m ua lv
. 2:50 p. m...Except Sunday
, 8:ttn. m... " Moiubir
freight at.... (i:i.'ip in... &unuay
Frelght at 1:00, m... " Sunday
Frelxbt at .......... -11 :00 p. m..
JAMES JOHNSON, Aaeut.
ST. EOUIS.IRON MOUNTAIN
"VUKIBUSES arrive at nnd depart from the
V ouice, w unio ievce, us iohowb:
Throuuh freight leaves Mond.iv. Wednesday
ana riuay at i
in ( Arrived on Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday nt litis n.m
lexu Express leaves uouy nt
arrives at .1:Jfl A M.
Fasscnccr Accommodation leaves dully ex
cept Sunday at 2:30n.m. arrhes daily ut II: 13
Time to nil points iu Toxin and Arkansas,
OA HOURS LESS THAN BY ANY
JiHt OTHER ROUTE.
Time from Cairo to Little Hock, 13 liutirn.
To Texarcuna, 22 hours.
To Jefferson, Texas, 25 hours
To Mare hall, 3d hours.
To Shrevcport, Louisiana, 29 hours
To Dallas, Texas, 20 hours
To liearoe, Texas, 38 hours.
To Houston, Texas, 41 hours.
To Ualveeton, Texas, 44 hours.
O. W. IIEatTEMBOUItO.
Aijcut Cairo Ills.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
On and after dune 1st, trains will run ns fol
lows, Sundays excepted, from the corner of
Second street and Commercial avenue, Cnlrn,
Arrive East St. Louis .
Leave East St. Louts 8:31A.M.
Arrive Murphrsborc uilar M
uave Murpbytboro 1:0(1
irrivc Cairo 4:15 "
Connecting at St. Louis with nil trains Went
enunonn. .i. i.. iii.mjki.i.i , supt.
K. IV. CLARK, Gcucral l'lissemjer Agent.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
CAIRO. EVANSVU.LE, INDIAN
FOTTHTEBN HOURS KACIf WAY,
AND ALL VAyLiQUT HUN 3.
ImiiTimfi Without Change !
IXMAXArOLtS AND CINCINNATI EU'IlKt'S.
Leares Cairo 4 ;00 n m
Arrives at Curmi b:l3 "
Arrives at Viucennc 11 .15 ' '
TJA ST. LOt'IS AND SOUT1IEASTE1IK, UAU.U"-"''
Arrives at EvansvlUo-.- --..'.:.'..'.. 4:18 p.m.
VIA 1KDIAHAVOL18 AND VINCtNNr.S HAlUlOAIl.
ArrlvcaatlndlanatKiHs- 4:S0 p. in.
VIA OlltO AND illStlSJll'1'1 I1A1LI10AP
Arrives at North Vernon-....
Arrives ut Cincinnati -
Arrivls at Louisville
... t.:l.'i p.m.
. tl;lJ "
Leares Indianapolis :H0 a.m.
Ieaves Cincinnati ::i" '
leaves Ioulsvllle - 7:11 "
Arrives at Vlnccnnes - 2:(h) p in.
Leaves Vlncennes "
lMxta Evunsvtlle '. 11:10 a. m
Arrives at Carral- - 4::l p.m.
Arrives at uiiro u:u -
Making close connections to and from all
points usi ana .orm, at inuianapniis aim Cin
cinnati, and to and from all points South and
West of Cairo by mil and river.
UOO'D CITV ACCOMMODATION.
The Mound City Accommodation ruiifc Wed
nesday and Satunlay.
Leaves Cairo 12:25uiuU:00p. in.
Leaves Mound Cltv l:15nnd A:'lo p. ill.
X. B. GOODRICH, H. L. MORRILL,
(Jen Ticket Ais't. General hup't
EJTKor Information relative to niies mid con
nections, upply to JAMES MALI.OItV,
71 Ohio Levee.
Allen, Mackey & Co.
Now and Elegant Stylca
3fi AUD FSATHERS.
e are offering Knt inducements in ull ol
the alMvedenartments to the wholesale and re
tail trade. Ueticru! ijisjK-ctiun lnvlUil
233 State Street,
Oa Block South of l'alraor Ilou&e,
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION;
A rrirsU CMBHtortslU
Mimmt Ct uim spbB. tc
nsrrr. as tbt pljltAtze
isrurlM ssS rvTtlftUu.1 el
iihiinwi..!. I I u mui $iua. win tn
tEm Sff II U TVtSti X fiZTt " mrUt pur.
U MUta. lbs Irt.'riftli"-:
tnw mtj suit u ten tu tti?uJ. r'J. T
l. Iliuniumnuiu i.t. ..:.. .v. "u
iHiUHiuiirnof nun) for rint cm..
IMtM I Mm ADIetU Md Unlortunale.
SHiljtat U iht covtf Ion qwkmbiirniMla
8iM mm, ailtf uii fwi rnu41u, ir n,
MW . M BMUSr f,u AlMtM U f tu d.tr.
. St. i im a 4n
MM m ui
m wiw iwtsiy tg room 1 1
srfiaaS Mat cuiimus rr
STsXva u,ti, intvM
viMtaw ev btwi, vs.
In Itnly tin Idea is current tlmt the
United States have nbolWltcii paper
money nnd nrc swimming In j;old nnil
-An excursion parly ot Hilton cih-
toin-lioiie olUeiiiN nle tlio el:nn eliowdcr
nut of n kettle, nnd found nn old mop nt
Thcv tell In I'hlenKo of a rat Hint
got Into a birdcage, nte the bird, and
was so distended by tlio repat tlmt be
couldn't squeeze out again between tlio
Tlio audience nt a French thcatru U
never troubled by tall hats worn by la
dle. The following notice wis posted
up in a completion? position, and proved
to be very cll'eetlvc : "The manager re
quests that all good looking ladles will
remove their bats for the accommoda
tion of the rot of the audience. The
aged, tho bald, and the plain are not ex
pected to comply with tlih rcquet."
A young mother In Conway, Mas.?.,
left her child In a shady place while she
picked straw berries in a Held. When
?io viI1cm? to know 11 II were safe, sho re
ceived no answer, and on going1 to It
found that it had been completely charm
ed by n brown Fiiake, and unable to
speak or move. Her s?reams frightened
the snake away, but the child quivered
and cried for an hour, and It was several
days before It recovered from the baneful
inibiince of tho reptile.
112 COMMERCIAL AVE
J II VUii
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
Of World wido Reputation.
Ackuowlcdtred liynll Rood Musicians to lc the
nest I'lnno now made.
TIIE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which wo lmvo noli! over 400 tin rinir
twelve years past, becoming moro and more
popular every uay.
SMITH'S MEJtKJM OMM,
Spleudttl tone. Power and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
.V very lino instrument, adapted to lnstni.
nit ntal us well m vocal mitile.
ALL Tilll AUOVi: AUK OFFUUK1) ON
Kasy Montlily raytucnlH, ut low lluurcH
rcsartlluhs of 1.1st I'rlcgi.. .
In frcit variety, inclm1lti all tho now
and popular miiclc ol tlio day.
Orders from tho Country
promptly filled nnil sent
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS
FRENCH HARPS. ETC., ETC.
Band Instruments of all Kindo
Ftirr.lhbril to Order.
BTItlNGS FOlt VI0LIHS, GUITARS, ETC.
Ol tho Ucst (Junllty.
Classical Studies anil Exercises
Of nllt'radcs for Piano or A'olcc.
USTTHvorv dcerititlon of Jlusleal ilor-
chumllf.0 I'untUhod to ordor. promptly and
ut prices lower than eer olVeied before
ytSKKCY ALSO OK
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send for Illustrated Citulojfiio and Price
List of these beautiful groupev.
All Goods Warranted no Represented.
BOBBINS' llflUSIC BAZAR,
BY virtue of two certain executions tuiaodl-n-i'tiHl
by the clerk of the circuit court ot
Alexandtr county, In the Statu of
IIHUui-, nnH In favor ot Yoimj; llioth
ers A. l ijiininny, nnd the other In f.i.
yor of Alfud II Miirord, nsslRnee of Alexander
II IrUn. and lK)thiinlnst .lohn II llniwn, I
have let led upon the following described piop
tTly, in the county of Alexander nnd State of
Illinois, to-witi i he northwest nturtcr of the
northwest quarter of section six (l.j, In township
tiileen (1C) south, nnd In range one west of the
third principal meridian) the noilhwest quarter
t.l the BoulhweH iiuuiterof Mellon thlity-nne
(Jl), In township lllneii (1A) south, and Inriuiiie
1 m est of the thiiil prluclpnl meridian (the north
cutqu:utirorilie Nouthenst quaitercif nctlou
til llV-bl (3l 1. Ill HUVIIkI.Ii, fllWn IIM t.,,,,l.
und in iuiiku tVNi (j) W(!tof the third iiiliieliial
m .ii .uiiu t.Tu t-i iiieuuni piinetiia
...v. r.Mii iiui. nuiiim'iuiiiiiii:iijiii mri 'J, own ill-
rlushe in block numbered one (I) , lots number
ed two CO unit lime (:l), Inblocl. nimibeied two
(j-').lots iiumhcied ouu (I) to live (S), both In
iliislve In block nimiljcied four (t).iots mini-bin-lone
(i)to H'cn (ri.hoth Inclu.iio In
block niimbeicd seven (7), lots numbered one (I)
to eeii (7). buth lnelu,le in block iiumbcicd
elpht ;, lots nuinbeieil two (t), thmi (3) mid
Jour (I), In block numU iiil live (in, lots iiuiu-iH-nil
two (ii), four (I), ihe (i). six (c.) im.Ucen
(7J In block iiiimbcwl fix (..) in the town of
r ."!'' P.".,J,tt,,.,n ,'r"'ty "f Alexander mid
Mute nf Illinois, ns the property nrihe mid John
II. llrowti, which I shall ofler ut public mle at
Ihceouthwentdoorcif lliecomt home in the city
of J.ulro, in the county of Alexander mid Slate of
illliiiiltnn the ntiitfi day of Auku"! A. l
lb7J, between the hours or nine o'clock, a. in ,
uiidMinsetofealddiiv, furnish, to satUiVsald
execution. AI.UX. II. lltVIN,
Mierlffof Alexaiidcr Comity, lllluoU,
Calm. Illinois, .ImmSllh, 1K7-1.
PROTECT VOUU BUILDINGS I
Lajiffley'H Patent Olato Faint.
l"on SiiinciLK, Tin, litOK anh (ir.AVr.i. Hooks.
'Ililsls a Flroiind Wntor-Proof l'alnt, es
peclstly deilzned for bhlmrle roofs. An old
ioiif,Bfte-1'it luted, Will outlast a new one nil-
iwuiui, uim u new IOOI win hint tlirio times us
"Kxiatit-Puintul As a mailer or iconomy u
rVt ffi l.Ht moie thmi uny oilier part of a
mfm i 'if. k" eenuiicr pilloil heud lor
imim.hlit A Kents wanted
wiLIll O .lAOlttlOW. Oen'J Asenl.
ltJ W hliiKtiuSt tlilcHgo,
ELj X ft ft sl B
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
W V IIALLIIIAV, l'lesldint.
HKN'IiY L IIALLIHAY, Ylcel'ivt.
A II SAlTOltl), Cii.Miler.
'Ai;ri;i: IIYM.OI; Ast Cashier.
STAAT1 TAYLOII, It. II. CeSSINRIIAM,
L. ItAI.I.lIlAV, W. 1'. IlALI.IDAV,
I) WlM.tAM-OS, HrKl'tIRN Hutu,
A H. Sakjoiiu
Esclmngo, Coin and United States
uonua uougiit ana sola.
"pr.l'OSlTS leeelvcit utiil u evuerat banking
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1860
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. II. HAKKOitl), l'resldent
S. 8. TAYI.OK, Vice 1'iesidcnt.
W. 1IYHI.OI', tcc'y and Tivnsiuer.
1'. M. IlAllCI.AV.
P. M. Htockh.i:tii. I'ai'LIS. Sciiuh.
It. 11 Ce.V.MNnilAM. II .. II.ILLIUAV,
.;. it. 1'jiu.i.ii's.
T.VTKItKSl'i'ild on deposits at tuenito of six
I ' ll...l. I.l nnil MrmtlMn-
her 1ft. Interest not withdrawn Is aildwl imnie-
ilialely to tho principal of the depoiin, lliereuy
JilvliiK lliciu comuouud Intel est.
Married Womon and Children may
Doponit monoy ana no ouu
olno can draw it.
Open trery Imslnessdiiy I'luiiiHi.in. to 3 p.m.
and .Niturday evenings fur savhiRs leHjsit only
liomO to S o'clock,
THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
Transacts all kindB of a Logiti-
mnto iiiiUKing xiiisinoBS.
V BROQS, Preuidont.
1'. NEFF, Vice Proaident.
IIENUY WELLS, Cashier.
T J. KJJItTH, AsslBtunt Caahlor.
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE BEST and CHEAPEST WAGON MAN
UFACTUEIiD. MANUFACTORY, OniO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Fourth Street
nrTnrr r jrrri ' i n mi in i mi inn mm m
Prices to suit the Tlmos. .
Wholcoalo FiRuron, but No Crotlit 1
Mrs. O. McLEAN,
Nest Door to Stuart & Gholuon'e
BETWEEN COMMEnOIAI. AND
W A SmWQTON AVENUES.
HAJu" ,1;'.ll,"rt? r!""ers.s, Ijkts, Itlhbons,
.... "Hs, elvets, Ties, UuehlllKS, Corsets,
Kid Gloves, Hosiery, Worsteds. .
Alto the )'ilU,l.Ni ytpnt ihform'
And all the new styles of IrlmiiiiiiK Hlks fur
fa-These ironds will be snMat ten' low thr.
him lorCASH nnd I.AS1I ONLY. I-li.'.VIl
Tho Trustoos of tho Cairo City
Proporty ihlre to en 11 public attention
to the merits of their property, eomprls
hifr a considerable portion of the City of
Cairo. In Alexander County, In the State
of Illinois, anil land- Immediately ;urji-
This cltv. m Is well known. Is situated at
tho eonlluenco of tho Ohio nnd MI.MiMnnl
rivers, nt tiieiicuuoi uuinicrupieu naviga
tion on tho Mlnililipi, belnx below ob
structions by ice in tho winter nnd low
water in titinincr, ana uuin uu n cicnr ami
open river eonuniinleatlon nt all tltucH over
Hie MlfdHlppI and tin tributaries, with all
tho country soiilli, to tho Gulf ol Mexico
and tho Atlantic Ocean. Cairo has alto tho
sumo character ol communication with nil
tho country north over tbe streatris flowing
by it. when thoso stream arc not innavi
gable by renson ol lee or low wator.
Ucloretlie cm of Hallrondi. Cairo had
commundio; position as a centre of co
murco ami navigation. This Importance
position she i-tlli possctfos but basuow t
Jittotiai auvantagc ol being n great rail
III CHinrc. a number nl the most Imnort.
ant rullrouds In tlio Valley oltliu Mississippi
converging to und liuvlng their tcrniini
there. Ainuugtlicsc. comltiif front the north
arc tho great Illinois Central Hallroad.
which traverses tbe entire fetato of Illinois
trom'its extreme northern and north-csstcrn
to us souiiicrn hiuiin, ana y its connections
oxiciuis into nu mc great noruiwesteru
Kraln producing Status : the Cairo and Vln
cennes, extetiuing from Cairo to tho City of
uicuiiDc. in ino state or iiunans, wncro
its connections afford direct railroad com-
inuiiicatloii-i with all K.'utcrn cities; und
tho Cairo .V St. Louts llnllroad. ntlordlm;
direct railroad communication with the
City s I M. Louts and nil the railroads con
torui there. Tho roads coming from tho
.South arc tlio New Orleans. Jackson and
CI r eat Northern and the Mobile nnd Ohio
ttallroads, which glvo direct railroad com
munication with the. cities of Mobilo and
Xcw Orleans, nnd other .Southern Atlantic
tea ports, ami by commoting roads with nil
the country south of Cairo; and coming
trom the southwest is the Cairo, Arkansas
aml.Tcxas Hallroad, which atl'ords similar
communication with Southern Ml-fourl,
Arkntms and Texas, and the principal cit
ies of those States. This last-numed road
will give, al-o. direct connection with the
Texas nnd Pacific Uoad when it is torn .Me
ted, thus glWng direct communication with
tint principal ports ot tho Pacific Ocean,
lheso railroads, terminating at Cairo, are
now all completed and in successful opera
lion, those in Illinois coming into tho city
on a bank ol each ot tho rivers, Ohio and
Miss!? slppl. and terminating at their conrtu
dice, thus encircling tho rljjv i'0")'
road, and the Cairo and Tcuucssue lllver
iiuiiniail. wlileh will liotli terminate at
Cairo, ore In course of connrtictlon und will
tioollUC couipitiuu, unu uiiier raiiiiuiun uuiii
In Illinois anil in aiaiesaouiu oi mo wmo
river, wuicn win aio terminuto at Cairo,
are projoeted, und arrangements itmln to
build them. The construction of these
will greatly Increase the rillroad cmiuun!
cations of Cairn.
Its centrul location in the great Vnlioy of
tho Mlsisslppl,iind the great wealth of river
anu rauroau communication, gives to Cairo
unsurpassed ndvuutaL'es as n cunmercial
point, as it n ll'orili to her easy und cheap ae-
ccts to un uie vram prouueing uisiricis oi
t tie North und West, audsimllaraccess to all
the agt (cultural rroduce consumers of the
South, thus preventing the best location iu
tho West Inr an Interchange of tho respect
ive northern and southern commodities and
A a manufscturing location the position
of Cnlro is not less Important. Tho crude
mtterlulb of every description, which con
stitute tho elements of manufactured arti
cles, abound on every sldo, irou ore, coal,
ofsupo lor quality, und timber of every
character, moie thin others, being easily
and cheaply acccs.ible, and tho rich agrl
cultuial region of tho immediate neighbor
hood, as well as tlio moro remote districts
rendered tributary to it by river and rail,
furnish Buppllcsel tho necessaries of life In
Mich abundance as to render living except
ionally cheap. When the manufactured arti
cles are produced, tho facilities fur cheap
distribution by river and rail are not
Cairo lu u moral, intelligent, liberal and
enterprising population or about 12,000 has
a superior system of public schools, which,
with others conducted by private enter
prise, allord UQstirp ssed educational ad
vantage Is possessed of well-established
churches of nearly every denomination
lias public und prlate buildings or a supe
rior characterhas a climate, which for sa
lubrity and hoalthluUniluences cannot bo
surpassed has a well-regulated and cf
Detent municipal organization, its streets
lighted rtlth gas, and otlicrmctropolltau ad
vantages, which innko it highly desirable
and in reality not to be excelled as u place
of permanent rcddeiicc.
Lots uud laud In Cairo arc now offered at
very low prices, affording tuvorablu oppor
tunities to purchase, ana the owners pre
sent tho locution to the public as offering
unrivaled advantages lor the successful es
tablishment ol commercial or manufactur
ing cuterpilscs, and the best locality in tho
country lor prolltublo Investment ot capital.
8. Staats Taylor,
Caiko, Ii.!.., May 1st, IM74.
Rofrigorators, Water Cooler, Ioe
Cream Freesers, Window Screen
Wiro Cloth, Bird Cages, Moss Bas
kets, Toilet Sots, Fishing Taokle,
Lames, oil. Chimnevs. Also Mo-
lino Flows and a general stock of
In connection wltli Uic aliovc I keep a flrtt
class Tinsmith, and am prepared to do all kinds
of Job Work on short notice.
Ikeep constantly on hand u large variety of
Cooking Stoves, Tinware, Build
Wholesale and Retail.
Sole agent for the celtbrated
JOChII an J examine licforc purchasing, as
wllfnot be undersolil.
ltd corner 12! h nnil Coin. At.. CAIRO
C. W. HBHDZK801T
MlftPVJf! wanted to sell "The People's
Avail IN Common Muse Mealral Ad-l-cr."
It is the cheapest book ever published)
(KCinnstes. oier i.V) illustrations, tl M. Thou
sands buy It ut slitht whorotildnot belndueet to
piircnase inr nien-priceii hooks ircaung oi Do
mestic Medicine. Unlike other books sold
tbrntizh agents this work Is thoroughly adver-
inroiiK-nom -orin America, mis i
i fact, to
Kether with the larirc size, eleirant anncarance
and many new features of the book, causes It to
sell more runidlv than auv work eter uublished
In this country. Those of my agents who have
had experience in selling hooks, say that in all
their previous canvassing they never met with
such success or moile so large wages, as since
commencing ine sale or my work. For terms
(inclosing two pottage
Knerlcnrel It V. Pierce.
stamps, ami statin ex;
World's Piiiieiirury, Iiuffdln, New
Note Maikenelopc "For Publishing Ic
Befcrs You tart
INSUUE IN THE
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
WATERS' NEW SCALE PIANOS
re file iKUl madei tht tmifh s1auflr. anil m fln
tinging lone, imwmrui, putvnntl vcn.
WATERS' Concerto ORGANS
cannot be cxelled In tone or beauty; they defy
coiniwiiuon. i ne uomxrio moll n line imi-
inuou or me unman voice.
a-nrr r sars-intii jr l.ow ror cash during
this month. Monthly Instalments recicved i
Pianos and Organs to Let, and Kent-Money al
lowed If purchased, ."crond-hand Instruments
?.l.Ur?M Acriila Wnutvd. A
lilwriil discount to nochers.Mlnistsrs.Churches,
hchoolij, Lodges, etc. Special Imluoements to
Ulusinitrd Catalogues mailed. HornrcWat
f !. N""". 4l llroadway, New York. Box
$50 TO $10,000
Has been invested In .Stock Privileges and paid
"IIovrtoDoIt," a Book on Wall St,ftt
Vi- ii c ""!"' '."K" iianiers a jiroxers, 'i
The choicest In the world
Company In America-staple article-pleases
Kiv.juvujr iniun continually increasing
Agents wanted every wherebest Inducements-'
don't waste time send for circular to Itobcrt
eus, ii eieyi.,. l ., r. ox r.'Sv.
THE WEEJfL? S!ftf Mhroadcolumes,
hbs sii i
from now to New Yeara.
post-paid, 60 eta.
Address The Sun, N. Y .
A WEEK guaranteed to male and
agents in in
Costa nothing to ti
hlng to trv It
X How either sex may fascinate and gain
j- imw cuncr sex may rascinate and
the loe and aOectlon of any person they chi
instantly. 'I his art all can possess, free by I
for iH cents together with a Murriage Gi
Egyptian Oracle, Dreams, Hintsto Ijidles. etc.
1 .uOo.ooo sold. Aqueerbook. Address T. WIL
LIAM CO , Publishers, PhUadelpkla.
The Largest and Best Furnished
Houso in tho World.
ENTIRELY FIRE PROOF.
160 Rooma wlth((board, f3.00 per,, day.
$Cot of Ilulldliig, J,000,COOi rurultuic,
C. FOOTE'S CIGARS.
All made by hud, the best In
the land. Consumers will find
them with Dealers and Ural-class
stores. The genuine have the name
H. C. Fonteor O. C. F. on the la
bal. Best brands are Flor de Uenry
I Clay, large and small ilzei "Boss"
I Vine l)l s-nmir fvtr larff,ri, Vlnr
, luumier I'liiioj i iitc identical vig&r vic
toria) Kicb and Bare Coaeba.
r- ii i .ii.... .. : . . i . r. , B ' 1 ...
GILBERT HUBBARD & CO.,
Bbip Chandler and Bail Kakara,
TWINES AND CORDAGE,
STEEL & IRON WIRE BOPS,
TENTS AND COVER!,
C02 to 808 South Water St., OHIOAOO.
TO THOSE nv LANDS IN
IN QUEST u THE WEST
The Iowa R. R. Land Company
offers a choice from over 1 , ROO.ono acres at 5 and
o per acre on usual It. R , tlme.ln the Middle He-
bIoii ol Western Iowa .
granihopperst land traversed by rallroada
no tevcr anuaguej no
rsedbr rallroada from
i,iiiuubui wiui no uwuiu ui una, aim miuiiar in
soil und climate to llm lands of Central Illlnoia .
with no chauge of cars, and similar In
tJ-Martrightl For excursion Tickets, free
to purchasers, from Chicago, or stations
on tbe Chicago A North Western
and Illlnoia Ceutral railroads In Illinois,
Street, Chicago, or Cedar Uaplds,
iiJL -1 ..I 1
Leading Journal of Southern
WHUteadfastly oppose the pollclN ol th
Bepubllcan party, and re fust to be tram
milled ,j Ih dictation ol anyclliue In the
H believes that the Bepubliean party nu
fulfilled Its mlssloa. and that the Dtmo-
cratlc party as now organized sboulu l e re
stored to power.
It beUevei the Hadloal tyranny that baa
for Mvcral yearn oppreated tbe South
should be overthrowa aad tbe people cl m
Southern States permitted to control their
is k.iiarsi that rallread corporations
should be prohibited by legislative rcw V
mints from extorting and unjustly discrim
inating in their business transactions with
It recognizes the equality ot all men be
fore the law.
It advocates free tomiaerre- tariff lor
Itadvocates resumption of specif! pay
ment, and honest payment of tbe public
It advocates economy in the administra
tion ol public affairs.
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