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OAXBO FOMTOFFICE.
tfvma Inu-From 7:30 n.tn. to 0:30
sja.;tnday from 7 to 9 . in. Mom1)'
ClrtMr
8:00 to 5:00 p.tn.
Wots
Amvi
A.M. T.U.
a.m I ll.
1'JO t Illinois Central K II
3M i
!:)
M.-WI Pally
M:W)MIl. (Antral It It
ISally
10:00 Cairo A Vineennes
UH-lHlly
10:00 Cairo, Arkansas .1
TrXM U K-ltally
5:00
!:(
CM J Ohio Itlter Konte
0 HI
Dolly ftc'tMotiilfl)'
Miss. Hirer Konte
Up. Snn. Til. Krl
DoWn.Tn Tim t
Thehr Itoiife
rriair .utiinirj
6:fsJ
l) W McKkaiu, 1 M.
KAII.ROAOft.
TIME CARD.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.
R.
TRAILS LKAVC CAinO
-..U.l."a ru ........ Dally
... ...... 2:S0p m "
4:00 a m.Kxrcpt Sunday
..... 11:00 a in... " "
4-30 ji m... "
....... 7 :lji. in... " '
Utll at..
Kxvts at.,
t'rctfkt at
ViBlRht at....
rrlM at...
AftrttYE AT CAIIIO
kUtl at S:(0a.in Dully
Eiprca Jat..... ...... ii m...Kxccpt Sunday
rrelaht at- :45u in... " .Monday
FtTl(IKaU...-...... CMS p. m. " SumUy
Freight at....... ...... 10:00 h in.- Sunday
rrfbrht at..-.....ll.top. in.. "
JAKES JOHNSON, Agent.
ST. LOUISJRON MOUNTAIN
AXt VuQJLTyJ
Go on, rcntic Invcstlfftitors. , ()ie
$100,000. ,
It doesn't follow that bccanc,,a i
ltaum has rcmovc.l from llarrh ami
the 19th Congressional district, lA
conda, In this, that ho lias bot ''
chances for Congress If lie eve
to gain that distinction again,
get out ot tho l'adical party.
The grasshopper plague In
Kansas and Nebraska has not
disastrous rw It was expected It w
The unwelcome visitors took wli
In vast clouds, passed to the n
entirely beyond the limits of the
ted region. If prayer didn't
this, what did V
Ax alligator gar nine icet lo
nearly live feet In clrcumferci,
caught,, a sliort time ago, hi ",r
Illinois:
GOl.Nll .YOUTH.
Leave Colro
" MurpliytioTn
Arrive Kaat hi. Iau1
0:4SA M
J:.VU' M.
7:i's '.
OOINO south .
Lave 1ji1 St. Louis S:i A. M.
4rrlvv Murphrsboro Uil'il' .M.
txave .Murpli)'toro 1 .1X1 "
trrire Cairo M "
Conntlti(f at St. trills with all tinlns Writ
lid North. .1. I,. IIINCKI.nV, Mint
It. W. CIiAltK, Gi'iicral I'u-weiiirtT Aitrnt.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
CAIRO, EVANSVILIiE, INDIAN
APOHB. CINCINNATI
and LOUIS VHJiE.
VOURTEEK HOURS EACH WAV,
EmiiIiroQ Wilitil Chars!
...... 'IM'IN.NATI KII'IIKS.-.
i-niVM uilrp . M) ,,, ,
unrnii , r.',.'f '
Arrirri at Vlnu-nneri uj.t "
VIA ST. LOI'IS ANIl SOCIIIKAhTEHN 1UII.1IOAII.
Arrlvtsul Evuusvllle 4.1Sji.ni,
VIA lXMASAI-OLlri AND VIKCBNNE4 IU1LI10AU.
Arrlvn at ImllanapolU- 4:30 p m.
VIA OHIO A.VU imi-illTI KA1LII0AI.
Arrived at Xonli Vtrnori i;l., m.iii.
Arrlvnat Clnclmmll y.ini
ArrlliDHt .tmUxlUe .7:1'. "
CAIUO KXPHWt.
ljiarti JudlanapoHs S::Vl a In
Leave Cinclniiall 0::sn "
U-aves Louisville - 7 :ul "
Amve.4 at Vlnceniics 2;M p in.
LraTea Vlnrennej "
1-iivcji Evunvllle 11:40 a. in
ArrlrM at Cannl 4:l'lp,m
Arrived at Cairo VM '
Milking close connrctlniit to and from all
points Ka-st and -North, at indlanapulin and Cin
cinnati, and to and from all points South and
West of Cairo by rail and river,
ilOCND CITY ACCOMMODATION.
Tlie Mound City Accommodation riino Wfd
uveday and Saturday,
Ivei Cairo M liril und S:(XJ i in.
Leaved Mound CIlv 1 :15mul 5. (0 ti. in.
H. B. OOODRIOH, H. I. MORRILL,
Oen" Ticket AB't. IVcnt-ral Sup't
OTl'or Inforrruitloii relative to rote and con-
neciioni, apply to
JAMKS .MALLOltY.
71 Ohio lAiVee
NTUVIZN.
Refrigerator, "Water Coolers, Ico
j.vviivtDi nwauw screen
Wire Cloth, Bird Cages. Mobs Bus
keti, Toilet Beta, Pishing Tackle,
lineJPlowB and a general stock of
KXWkk UVU AOlipiCiUUQlH.
In connection wltlithe ahote 1 leep n tlrvl
J1"1"1"1. "4 ni preirl to do all kind
-( Job Work on thort notiie.
I kwp eountuntiy on hand a lurne turiely of
Cooking Stoves, Tinware, Build
r' Hardware,
Wholoaalo and Retail.
Solcaltrnt fortlie rekhiuteil
r$rCM aJ iajnln before purcliaklnt;, uh 1
v.. VAtUU.
l9-H4-4lr
HARDWARE
TINWARE
.lolmsoii n """ I"' Tlilnl. ,
Willi ti It hi ever been a tnnttor i '
surprise that Doctor .lohnson, with nil
liN ehnrneterltle dignity and .clf-e-lt.,,MwHli
nil his domineering mill
linnglityliKlopendenei1 should Imeehcr-1
(shed I'm his heart toward royalty, u def
erence nml rvpeot npprnxiiii.iidig fieii
to .vniMin. It l rarely the oae that '
Kiiulislituen ot tranecndoiit nl11ltR,r mid
a sell-reieet eorreiioiidini: thereto, ate
disinclined to appreciate roj.dtv hi a,
mlionnl nml Indi pciidont (though loyal)
way, yet tnev scorn to -ncriuce ui u-.
pre'eiice their liHlcpenileiieo and
elt-tvspeot. It l po-uiie. iuiiitii.
upon the, principle that "a lei- i
low-iifiing make us woikiiou".
kind, that .ioiinon in eM-reMiijr
his kingly authority over hN literary co-
temporaries', was in peneei syiiipnmv
wlth all kingly rule, and had conceived.
In consequence, a loyalty toward the ,
sovereifii who tiicii sat upon me i.ngnii ,
throne. nlnioM iiH'ectlonato In il har.io
ter. However thl might he. .lolitixin.
on receiving from Dr. ltamanl (the royal
Librarian) nn Invitation to Mt lihn. lot !
no time In repairing to the Doctor's
apartments hi the ro:il hou-ehohl. .
Aftcrreeonnolt('rhighii"tlli everol of tin .
works hi the library, and chatting n
while with Dr. 11., n suspicion itmse wn
heard, nnd Dr. 11., hatily opeiitug the
door, had but jii't time to .iy, "Doctor )
lohn-on, the King the King!'' In n ,
moment the latter made hi- appearance,
Johnson at once making an obeIance ;
shcIi ns proh.'ihlv wa never made to
monarch before." After thU iinloue ccre
monv wn oier. the K'lng, hi hi rapid
manner. Inquired. "Doctor Jolinon. I
whv don't von write more why don't
von write more r ' .loiuison ivpncu,
I'Jea'e voiir innjcsty. I think have
written eiioii'di.'' "I -honld have
thought o too 1 should have thought ,
so too had von not written so well." .
The effect of this gracious speech was to '
make our Leviathan of Litcratun; :'.how
all his paces" instanitr, nnd ho ilid show ,
mem in a manner ino-i exirnoroinary,
and long to be remembered by the King.
On describing the lut-rview. afU'rwanK
to Ho well, Johii'on fiil-oincly reinarked,
"Sir, his innjrit) it tUr t'tifst gaitlontut hi
EnijImuU"
BOBBINS'
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
CAIRO ILL
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OP
EVERY DESCRIPTION.
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
PIANOS
Of World wido Reputation.
AcknowleilK"! hy "'I Kood Musicians to h: the
nesi rnino now lunnc.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of vMi1t Jl tvr 400 ilVFltig
iiunt-jiuic ji.iM, visvtuuiux nunc iiim more
popular every tiny.
Splendid tone, l'owcr .nml Durnldllty.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very tine lntruniV)- !- "l"lu
ALL TUB AllOVi: AUK OKI'KltKIl O.V
Kay .Monthly l'nyuicnt-, ut low Hjrtircs
rerille.'S of Lint 1'ricc.
In Kfeit vnrlcty. Inchidhii,' nil the new
und popular iniiMc ot the dav.
OrduM from the Coiintrt'
promptly llllod and M-nt
by mall.
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS
ACCOIIDEOiVS, I'LAMNETS
FLUTES,
PICOLOS,
TAMBORINES
FHKXC'II HAIil'S, KIT., KTC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
Knrr.lshcil to Order.
BTBINGS FOB VIOLINS, GUITARS, ETC.
Ol the Hurt Quality.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of all grades for I'lano or Voice.
JSTI-very denrlptlon of .Miinioil ikr
cbundbe fiinihhcd to order, promptly and
at prices lower than ever ollered before.
aj;lncy alio ok
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send for Illustrated Citalofjne and l'rio;
Llit of thcic beautllul xroupen.
All Ooodi Warranted aj Kepniented.
Addreii,
ROBBINS' WUSIC BAZAP,
Cairo, IllinoiH.
Ehtrlffi Sale.
BVtlrtiiiiOfttvorerluln exu-ntloti tone dl
rectul by Uiu c eiL iro. rir,.i . .
ii hmii'1'', ,7Jl,,"t''; 1,1 " st"'
H llVfrw,.V' .;"!. elKi,.ot Alexiitnler
lrw h. it !ul"nllie h'lloHlnx det-rllml pr
pri);
ro?u :.l IIJ. ""r'' v' t"' "f th
lldrfn nr lull. J '"'' Vi'l 1,1 nW "I'lh'l
(O. loU nitmheriiloned) nu, .5, ,
clm.lt e in Mock numhiieVl' t(,r (1) 1 .u '1. 1 T
M'tedone II) to heten (7), Loll. I nc ,,l , 'i',.
block numbered wten m, hn nuniheie,! 1,11 . 11
to wten (7). both lnclii,ft'e 1, l"ck , u..i
eiirl.t to, lot. nt.inlKi.-d ttto (J), Iht "'' ',)'",
four (I) , in block ntin.U n-1 lite (5), loU ,111111'
-.'Y1 '-J u ruVr "I '' "1 I") n't it it
(1) in block iiiiiiiUiwI v 11,1 t 11...
F." ,jr'," Ut, c""",' Alcxiindirnnd
Slate, of IIII111, . 111, the properly of the knld in
I, Ilrown, which I flu.ll offer nl public .it. ut
the fcouthwcAt door ol Ihe court lioutu in Hi, . It
orCiUro, In the county of Alexander Hiidbcie 1
lllinnUon tho ninth iter nr Aukim Ji
isij, lettvicii ihe bourn of nine o'clock, 11 m
il,",,,i!",il'f wild day, IbrmMi, lo MliivMihl
-xo.iloti Al.i:, II. IIIMN,
i-..i .,'f.rlir, "' AlcAiinilcr Oiiinly, UlliKih.
lulto, llllnr,l,,.m,xih, Irti.
BAZAR
n
SHEET MUSIC
CO 3
Col g " tn
I fn eh (fl a
W J I
GO H 11 "
CD g3
11 1 Mi S.
THE
City National Bank
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
itmcKii.
U" V IIAI.LIDAV, 1'ivsldinl.
IIK.VIIY I. IIAI.I.II1AV, Vlcu Tirst.
A II sAKKiiltll, Ca-hUr
WALIKU UV.I.01. Aki'tCuiliter
nuiLuroM
S STAATX TAYI.OH, It. It tVl'XMISdIIAM,
II L 11 (I.I.It)AY, V. 1 IIAI.LIDAV,
U I WlLLtAM'OX, SlGI'IIKS 1IIK1),
A. II. S.IIKOIID
Exclmngo, Coin and United States
jjouas uougnt ana uoia.
D
KTOSITS received nnd a (riniral liankliiR
Infinity none
Enterprise Saving
BANK.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
nrncitm:
It. SAFlOltl), rneldcnt.
S. S. TA YLOlt, Vlie i'lifldilit.
V HYSLOr, sic'yandTiianiur.
UlltKCTilll-:
1. M. lUllCLAV, t'IIA. iALll!IIEII,
K. JI hroCKH.KIII, I'.mxO ftinni,
K. II Cunningham, II L. IIai.i.ihav,
I. M. I'nn.Lii .
INTDICKST j 1I on ileiiiiln at the rule of nix
percent per annum, .March lot and Siptein-
I,.,, .v.. .r.t .t,l..l.,i Id n.l.l.Ml Inline
dlately lo tin- )iiinciial of Ihe ilejKisltii, Iheivhy
Kltinir tlicm cimiliound Inlere.H
Married Womou nnd OJiildrou may
xopoHt Monoy and no ono
olso can draw it.
n, u.n ft-f-ri- l,ii.tiii4il.iv lVoin!).. .111 to 21 11. in.
and Mttm.lay i-tunluga for hut Ini (leotilH only
liol.i li to a o'clock.
W. HYSI-OP. Treaauror.
THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
Transacts all kinds of a Logiti
mato Ranking Business.
I' HltOSS. President.
P. Vlcn Prealdnnt.
HENRY WELLS, Cnahlor.
T. J, KERTH, Aaaiatnot Caahler.
fk-1-.idi-tr
vv.;oxs.
The Gamble Wagon
iA.virrAWL'iti:i) iiv
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
TILE BEST axd CHEAPEST WA00N MAN
UFACTTJKED. MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Fourth Street
Jm SPRING!
-STJMMER!
Prices to suit tho Times.
Wholosiilo FlKiiros, but No Credit I
Mrs. O. McLEAN,
"Noxt Door to Stuart & Qholson's
EIGHTH STREET,
UKTWEUN COMMERCIAL AND
WA8UINQTON AVENUES.
"R"AJil'J v"!u,f !"'. I-arw. ltlhlK.H,
At. the "lAdli-a lire, Itefoini'
OOXISBT,
Mirln i-anil s!;lLfc.!:U's "r 'I""d" fcHU Im
!T- t hc.e K'KhIh xtljl hntoldnl very low Hk
iitct. 4r ;Afi and CA8II M.VI.V. I-Il-Vif
CAIRO,
a:xjijiixciisi .
Tho Trustees of tho Cairn City
Property tlo.-lri' lo c:ill public iitb uilon
to tin merit of their property. eompi'l-
ln' :t considerable portion of Hie City of
Cnlro. in Alexander 'o""t.V. In the Slide
ol' IlllnoU, mid land" linnii'dlntely adja
cent thereto.
't'l.t. u.. n i a ...u iimun. U .!tii.'il(id nf
Hie lunlhii'iicc of ttiu Miio and .MI vMppl
rlvor. ut the head nl inilnierupted naU a-
tioii on ino jiiiii pi. iiv-i "ciu i
tnictlon by Ice In ll' winter anil low
lil EUIII1I1CI , IUl' "
open river coinintlhlcill"" at all timet over
I ho .Mle ri' nd lt innmaneK, wiwi an
lilt- eotinirv smim, w "' '-
I.,.. t ....... 1 .il,.. in. n.,i i),n
nun ion iii:iiiiiu wivnu. ,,. ' . ,
..lino character olrointmuilcatloli with nil
inn contnry nnrinoioi inc Hiram iiuniug
by It. when tlio.c truiii- arc not Itinavl
gablo by ruaon ol Ice or low water.
Itulnru the ia ol Uallioad'. Cairo had n
coinmandlux podilon a a centre nl' com
merce awl 11.1t I'-itlon. Thl" Importance ol
portion lte -tttl pof-cr'Of, hut ha-now the
,11 1,1 It 1,111 .1 nltHtil.ii'e ol lieltiL'ii L-rcit lall-
road v-'iitro, a number ol the inot import
ant railto.id- lit lite alley i mc .iiis-i-eippi
convci'edhj,' "lid hating their termini
there. A1111.11.' tlicie. coniiin: from the mirth
are tho great Pllnol Central Kailroad,
wlilcli tratctM-the cntlru ft.ite of llllnoK
(nun it" .'ttienni northern anil iiorlli-ci-tcrn
to Ith Miiitbern llmlt.ii mid by ll-c3nniclioiH
exIcniU into all the j;rcat nortlitteitern
irrnln nrodiiciiiL' Slalei : tho Cairo and In-
crniief, cxicniiin;uoin t ntro id ino iny 01
VincenncN In the Stato of Indiani, where
IticoritioctioiK alford dlioet railroad com
munication', with nil Kti-terii cltic: ami
thu Cairo ,v M. Loins KnllroaiJ, artorilln 11
direct ratlrotd comtnnnlcatloii with the
1'lty t .t. I.otil and all tho lallroads cen
tering there. The roaili eomlnt; Ironi ihe
South are the New Orlcun. ,lackion and
(ircat Northern and tbn Mobile and Ohio
HallroadH, which clvc direct railroad com
inniilcition with tho clllos of Mobile and
New Orleans andotlur .Sonthern Atlantic
tea port", and by connoctlnifroaiN with all
the country -iiilb of Cairo; anil coming
trom the loiithttcit Utlie Cairo. Arkan-m
and Texax Ilillroiil, which pllord" -Imllir
eommunicatlon ttltli Sontlicin -Milium,
Arkaii!'i' and Texas, ami the urlnchial ck-
let of tlio-o Btiitc. ThU laid-nahicd lonil
will irlvo. al-o. direct connection ttltli tho
Tcx-n and I'acllic Itoadtvlien It Is com le-
led, thus Kivliti,' direct communication tti h
the princlpid port') ot tko I'acllic Ocean
TliC!.c railroad tciinlnatlnirat Cairo, arc
now all completed and ii niccc-fnl oiiera
tlon, tho-e in lllir.oh coainir into tlte city
on a bank ol each ol tho river", Ohio and
.MU-i"ippl. and terminatini; at their conflu
ence, thus enelrcllm: tho, city. Tho IIollv
Sprlnr-i, lli'own-viilc ant Ohio Hlvcr Itiiil-
roau, anil tun uairo unu 'icnnueo Hlvcr
It'illroad, which Will loth terminate at
Cairo, nre In course of cntitriietlon and will
(ooii be completed, nnd oilier r.-ilJniaiiH i";'';
in llllnohan.lln Mat." -''' "C,.lr .
rlvi.r whli'li will al'o eiolnalo at Llliro,
...L.l.,J.u. 1 "ni arnirsoincntis mado to
I i,utili tileni. The construction of Uicmi
Will ureal ty lllerpilo ll.u ruitumi ( "uinniiu-
cation" ol Cairo.
IU central hicallon in the roat Vnliev o
the MUilfSlppLntiil the ifriattvcaltlioffitcr
und rallrotul coniiiiiitikjtlon, gitc" to Cairo
uin-urp:is"ed advantage" a uoinmerclal
point, a Itall'ord" to heren-y nml cheap ac
cen to all the praln proilin inf; dltrIcH ol
tbt' North and Wut-t, undflinil iraccc to all
tho agricultural produce cciijumei i of tho
South, tint-prt'fCiilliiK the but location In
the West tor an lutci-chance of tho respect
ive iioithurii ami xnuhcrn eomiiioilltlc- and
production.
An a raaimfictiiiiu,' location tlicpotltioti
of Cairo It not Of. liiifiortartt. 'I'ltu crude
lintcrial cf etcrj dcurlption, which eon
tltilto this elcincnti ol in.iiiul'actnrpd arti
cle", abound on every Mile, iron ore, uoal,
ofupCIIo iiality, and bmbcr ol' evnfv
character, more than other, bcliiff cuflly
iiijI ..l,i.,.H' ......L.tl.l,. .....I ..... J1..1 -i
M. .u.iij'i; , i, j ,.i-u 4111
cultural region of the Ilium llato neighbor-
noon, 111 won ai me more remote illitiriclti
rendered tributary to It bj river and rail,
luruMi uppllefjl the r.o oniric of life In
ntlch iibundniic" in torutOirlitlns except
lonally cheap. When the tnaiufactiircd arti
cled aic produced, the facilities for cheap
distribution liv river 1.1,1 nr.. mil
1'liialled,
Cairohaia nigral, lnt(li)'ciil, liberal and
ftiterjiritlni; I"iitilatIoni.r about l.ODD Inn
a uperlortfttem of jmblic K hool", which,
with oth conilii ited by Prlvato enter
prir, allord urjMii),iK,ed educational ail-vantai-e
In (O.orrjeil of WilbeptublMiud
eburchi!of ncnrl-. every dciioinbiatlon
han publlt ami pn.aio hulldhiiri ol'a supe
rior o.iiwacu.T 1111 ;i climate, wiucii tor fa
lubrity and bftttltb'iillnlliieucc cannot be
turpai-snd hat a tvcll-nTUlalcil and el',
tlclent iniinlelpal cirgunlKatlnii, lb 'trcctK
lighted vvltb Kf,n, otlieriiirtropollliin ad-
vaoiaX.;, hiiicu Wake II JUKhiy iienrahlu
ami In reality not t(J . excelled r.t. a plucii
ofperiuaiicnt rc-ldiiicc.
LoUand land in Cairo arc now nnered at
very low pilcen, ttiinrdinR taNoralile oppor
tiihlilcH to purchac, and tho owner-, pre
rent tlm location to tliu public, aw ollerlm;
unrivaled udvanti.(.M (or Ihe hiU'ceanfiil in..
tuhl rlmieiiiol ciiminerelal or mainilai liir.
Ink' eiitcrpilncrf, Mini the boet locality in the
coiintiylorprolltihio investmentot capltil,
S. "Staats Tavi.oii,
KliWlN l'AItWINH,
TrtKtccr, etc,
CAIUO, 1 1.1.., May Ut, IS7J.
ri-HMr.
ni:v Avi:itTisr.u:TN.
UrtftP ICP'i'! alil hi -ell '"Ihe lVople'
fiOOil Atfbliid Common onv M(.tlc.il A.l-
ler " II It Ihei liinpo-'l I k ever iinMlnhcili
Wiprn.'i.., liter .','iH llliHlilillniie, l J). Tliou.
9mil liitv II nl t-lKhl whiii'i.nldinit l, llulurfjl Id
pun huse'lhe hlch pllnil hooka tliMllliK ol llo-
niciKtic .tiviiiriiic i in i ki- mini ii"i o.,,,.
lhumh nKi nli Ihli work U tlmniiiKhly mltei'
ll.nl iloiiiiL'hiinl .Nmlh Anicrii'ii. Ihl fai I, lo-
nether tilh Ihe l.iw le, elepint nppninmoe
iilnl lii'tn V new 1'ciililliM orihe Imok, euiint II If)
cell inme mphlly limn any tvoik ever imhllfhed
in una roiinirt inocoi my niseiiin no
hnd eperii ni eln eellliiK hookii, My thai In nil
IhelriireilniK riinvnsliie Ihry nrter mil Willi
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