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JOKX K. OBW.Y, Editor.
ali. von $atk"K" "riT'
the Muribyboro Mtpnl" t'Vu
Juown, m i nu rsi
Tlictws llout
tS.bO
G. V McKkaio, 1 M.
RAILKOADN.
TIME CARD.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
THAI I.KAVX CAIHO
Mall t.... ....12:1.1ft ro..... Rally
Kxiirto at 3:10 p. m.....; ... "
rrtiiht at 4:H a. m...Kxc-pt Sunday
Kilfhtat....M ll:W. m... '
WrMftt ml Mp "
rrclfbt l 7.-3Uji.nj...
AK1IITX AI CAlhO .
1UII at -.. 3. HO a. in Dully.
KxnraM U... ...... 2:30 p. iu...Excpt Sunday.
lYtifbt at a, m... ' Moutlsy.
lril(btat 6:45 p. ra... " SuntUy.
KrelRbt at 10:00 n. m... " Sunday.
freight at.. ....n:00p. m .. " "
JAMES JOHNSON, Agent.
ST. LOUIS.IRON MOUNTAIN
AMD
SOPTHEltN RAILROAD.
OMNIHISES arrive at Mid depart from the
offlrc, M Ohio lexm, us follows-.
Through freight leaves Monday, Wednesday
and Friday bt lu:W. m. Arrives on Tuesday,
Ttmrsdsy a.nd Saturday at 11(15 a.m.
Texas Express leaves dally at 2:001 M , and
arrive at 3:30 A M
l'arnctr Accommodation leaves tbillv ex
cept SuntUy at aiJ'ln m. arrives dully ill 1115
a.m.
Time to all points in Texas and Arkansas,
OA HOURS LESS THAN BY ANY
oimsB kouik.
Time from Cairn to Little Hock, IS liour.
To'fexarcana. 'tl hours
To Jefferson, Texan, 25 hour
T Marshall, 9U hours.
To HareTrport, louislana, 20 hour
To Uallna, Texan, 20 hour
To llearne, Texas, Sri hours
To Houston, Texan, 41 hours.
To Ofilreslon, TexM, 44 hours.
O. W. HEQTJEMBOTJRO.
Azcut Calm Ills.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
1X3VK3Q OARD.
On and after .Tunc 1M, trains irlll run nn fol
I ow, Aundarn exo pto.1, from tbu corner of
feeond stn1! ntnl Commereinl otciiik', L'nlrn,
llllnoln:
r.oisuxontlt
Loti Cairo-.
10:15 A M
2:001' .M.
7s''s '
Murnhvtboro...
Arrive Eant hi. IxiuU ,
ootxo eorTii
iare East-M. Ixiuit - S..W A . M
Arrive Murhrbor.i U'lIM' M.
:eave Murjili ynboro 1:00 "
Irrive Cairo 4:
ConneetiuK at St. Touln with all trains West
nd North. J. L IIINCKI.KY, Cupt.
U. W. CLAUK. General rustenxer Aiteut.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
CAIHO. EVANSVlLIiE, INDIAN
APOLIS, CINCINNATI
and LOUISVILLE.
FOTJKTEEN HOURS RAOH WAY,
AND ALL DAYHOHT BUN3.
Smsis nn MM
lXPIAKArOLtS AXD C1XCIN.1ATI KXI-REIS.
licaves Cairo 4:00 a, m
Arrive at Curmi S:t:i "
ArrivMatVlncennes 11:15 "
TIA HT. LOUS AND bOCTIIKASIEUN 11AI1.1IOAII.
Arrh'M at Etaniville 1 .13 p.m.
VU INDIAXAfOLIK AND VJNCENNK.- 1IA1I.110AI).
Arriven at Indluiuipolls 4:30 i m,
VIA OHIO A.VI HDSlHilrn II IIL1IOAH.
Arrive at Xorfh Vernon- tM p.m.
Arrives at Cincinnati 0 A '
Arrlvlsat LouUvllle 7 U "
CAIUO Ell'tttPS
LeAVU Indianapolis 8.3.) n m.
Leaves Cincinnati C:3 "
Leaves Louisville .7:0) "
Arrives at Vlnrtnnci -.:00 p m.
Ltavej Vincennes ViJil "
Leaves Kvansville 11:10 n.m
Arrites at Carrol..... 4:13 p.m.
Arrives at Cairo 0:30 '
Uakinx eloe connections to and from all
points Latt and Sortb, at Indianapolis and Cin
cinnati, and to auJ from all points South aud
Wast of Cairo by rail and river.
MOrctlClTY ACCOUMUDATIOK.
The Mound City Accommodation runs Wed
neaday and Ssturday.
Leaves Cairo 12:25 and 6:00 p m.
Leaves Mound City 1 :lSaui 6:30 p. m.
X. B. QOODBlOH, H. L. MORRILL,
ties' Ticket As't Ueuerul hup't
CfFor Information relative to rales and con
tKtlons, apply to JAMKS MALLOUV,
71 OliloLevec.
NTOVEH
Refrigerators, Water Coolors, Ico
Cream Procrors. Window Scroon
Wire Cloth. Bird Cages, Moss Bas
ket!, Toilet Sots, Fishing Tackle,
IstmPB. OH. Chimnovs. Also Mo.
line Plows and a gonoral stock of
uaraen xmpiomonts,
in eennectlon with the above I ketii a flrt
fibus TlnsmiUi, aud am pre I mini tn ilo all kind
mi oo wore on Boon nonce.
I keep constantly on hand a lurpr vnrltly of
Cooking Stovos, Tinware, Build
erV Hardware,
Wholesale and Rotail.
ole scent. for the oelebmte'l
ryCsJl aul examine before purctusiuK, 1
Iilnat b undersold.
tM mmw ltk Mtal Com. At., t'AIKO.
U. W. MEHDaXBOjf ,
4T---4ly
HARDWARE
TlWWflBE
I
j
,
PARAGRAPHS.
-Dr. 'ohnon oi.ee (Illicit wllli it Scot
tish lnily who ltad tiotclitotoli lortllittiiT.
Alter (he iloctor1i.nl tailed It 'ho asked
Mni lflt was good. "It Is good lor hos,
ina'ain,'' said tlu; doctor. "Thou iirny,"
naltl the lady, "let mc help you to niuo
inoro.
A teacher In tlic Port .lurvU public
schools was last week explaining to (lie
children that usually all words ending
with "let" mount oinetliing fmall, in
streamlet, rivulet, hamlet, etc. Where
upon a i-niart boy aked If hamlet meant
a stunt) ham.
"For want of water I am forced to
drink water; If I had water, I would
drink wine.'' This speech Is a riddle,
and here Is the solution. It was the com
plaint of an Italian vineyard man, nflcr
along drought, and an extremely hot
summer that had parched up all Ids
grape.".
A man who cheats' In short measure
is a measureless rogue. If In whiskey,
then lie U a rogttu in Fphlt. If by falsi
fying his account)-, then he is an unac
countable, rogue. If he gives it bad title
to land, then huls a rogue. Indeed. If he
gives short ineaure In w heat, then he Is
a rogue In grain.
A farmer on llio road between
Charlton and Worcester, ilns., having
tieen terribly aunoved by drutntuer?, put
up u sign: "Xo tewlng-maclilnes wanted
here. Got one." It was no use; the
next (Iruminer wanted to see the nci
chine, "and perhaps he'd hlteh up a
trade." Ho the farmer put up: "(iot
the small-pox here." t hat worked well
for a little while, but then cunr along
a drummer frightfully plt'ed witlt the
unall-pox, who smilingly ltd: "Seciu"
you've got It bad hero the v put me on
this route."
ROBBHTS'
IB BA2AR!
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
CAIRO ILL
Ranos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
EVERY DESCRIPTION.
HALLET. DAVIS & CO.'S
PIANOS
Of World wido Reputation.
AcktionlcOr.l Uj mII aoihI tlualclltJlB lu Itv lilt
ItMt I'Juno null' iiiadv.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which wo li.-ive sold over 400 during
twclvu ycni'.H past, liecomliig moro mid inoro
Iiojiuliir everj- tin)-.
SMITH'S AMERICAN ORGAN,
Splandld tone. Power and Durnlilllty.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very lino Instrument, adapted to lnstiu
intntnl n well an vocal music.
A I.I. Till: AIIOVK AUK OFr'EKVI) ON
Jtx. Eaay Monthly Payments, ut low llgurcH
rcgarillcss ofl.lMt l'ricok.
SHEET MUSIC
In great variety. Including ull tlio now
ii nd populur muric ot tliu day.
Orders from the Country
promptly lilleit and t-ent
6y mall.
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS
ACCORDEONS, CLARINETS
FLUTES.C0L0S,
TAMBORINES
FRENCH HARI'S, ETC., ETC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
Furnished to Order.
8TRIN08 FOB VIOLINS, OUITARS, ETO.
01 the ltcst Quality.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of all uradet for l'lnno or Voice.
J?iTEvorv doBcrlntlun of Munlc:il Mcr
chandUu furnWiud to order, promptly and
at prices lower tuiiii ever onereu ueiore.
I A.WE"VCV A,'S0 0F
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
fiend for llluMrateil dialogue mid Trice
i.i.i oi mcu iieuutitui Rroupcs.
AU Ooods Warranted ai Repreisnted,
Addreni,
ROBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
Cairo, Illinois.
VALENTINE RESOH,
GROCER.
litnliT in
Butter, Eggs, Fish, Poultry,
Gamo and all kinds of fresh
Fruit and. Vegetables.
Eighth Street Carro, 111
Of Orders for Stembout promptly (Wed at
any hour, day nrnhjrhi 7-i:.f
V., I.. IbtUtrum. A C Meeker. A..I. Ilnolc,
E. L. HEDSTROM & Co,,
MinorB Si Shippers of.
... K, tilts.-,, IUJUIIU,
iiJ.xi.kAi. Urricu, j tJl'. Atlunis A Market M.
Also Agontsfor BlossbitfgCo'al Co.
7-Ji-dlw
I
U1B
HOOK NTOHF,
. xn - rfl 92
g 3 g gi b
O o Sg B
ffl 0 2s 1
QQ &m
CO S
HANKS.
City National Bank
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
otriLiiiti,
W. 1'. IIAI.MIIAV, l'rt'Miut.
IIKXItV I, IIAI.I.IDAV, Vlrel'lest,
A II. SAFKOItl), Ca'hler.
- WAl.TKlt IIVM.OP. Ass't t.'ii'liler
niia.UTOhl
STAATST.WtlMI, It. II (''I'S'NIMlllAM,
II I. llAI.!.ll,(V, W. I' ll.U.UHA'V ,
li. 1 W'lM.I.OI-O', STKI'IIKS J tl t1 ,
II S.moiu)
Exchange, Coin aud United States
jioncis xjougnt nna uoiu.
"rjlil'OSITS u-u'iiit mid kiihtuI I'unkliiK
Enterprise Savings
BANK.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1860
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A It. SAKFOKI), 1'riMldiiil.
S S. TAVI.OH, ViiVl'mldent.
W HYM.or, iscc'vimd Tniinrr.
1'. JI. llAIICI.AY, ClIAi, tiALIUllLII,
F. M. hrOCIULKTII, l'AI'I.(; f-CIII II,
It. II IJe.NNISOIIAM, II L, llALI.IHW,
I. M. t'lllLLII'.
I.VI'l.'liKST puM on dcpii-lls nl ihe role r dx
percent er umiiiiii . .March lluinl ieplejii-
I. . .t. IMM iM.t H llllilllltt li tm UlMxl IlllilU
tlliiff.lr f.i On, tiriiirli:tl offh. (it'lK'Hif. tiirjrliv'
Kll Oij,- lliejii cmiiLioiiiiii iiilrn-.-l
Married Women and Children may
Deposit Monoy ana no ono
clso can draw it.
Open every Im-lneesilay fiomf'.i.in. to il p.m.
and .-ittiirilay uveiilnirs Tur m bigs ilcpoilts milV
troin ' to t o'clock.
w. UYSLOP, Treasurer.
THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
Transacts all kinds of a Legiti
mate jjunmng iiusinoss.
F. DROSS. Presidont.
1. NEFF, Vicn Presidont.
HENRY WELLS, Caahior.
T. J. KERTU, ABHlatant Cashier.
W-311-tf
WAIIO.VN,
,st,f
The Gamble Wagon
oAino, itiijirjois
MAN'UrACTUKIU) II V
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
TIIK BEST and CHEAPEST WA00N HAN
UFACT0RED,
MANITPACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Pourth Stroet
0 SPRING!
dPKM SUMMER !
Prlcos to suit tho Timos.
Wholcsalo Figures, but No Credit I
Mrs. O. McLEAN,
Noxt Door to Stuart & Gholson's
EIGHTH STREET,
BETWEEN COMMERCIAL AND
WASHINGTON AVENUES.
HAJ' ""."!"'' l'lowrra.s, Ijires, ltlhlwns,
in,.'!llkl',!','t'1 f!V.' "i"-lilnt;, CorM.
Kid (iloM-.s, Hosiery, Worsttds. '
Also the "Utiles' Uiims lleform'
oonsmT.
And all tho new style of trimmlnit Silks for
npilng uml tummer.
trr'heso tfnn.14 iplll 1, ai.f.i t tAM a..
oris, for CASH snd ( AFIl ONI.V f.ll.w r
THE
CAIRO,
xxaxszisronst.
Tho Trustees of tho Cairo City
Property deflie to e;tll Jiuljllo attention
to tlie nieilli ol'tlielr )iroerty, eoininl,
lii u vniisldernlile pot lion of (he City of
Cairo. In Alexander County, lu tliu Stale
of Illinois, ntnl hinds Immediately ndjn
eent lliercto.
I Ills eltv. as n well Known. Ik .littlillBllat
the cnnlliiuiice of (lie Ohio mid .Mlfllppl
rivers, at tbu head ul iililiMeiupleil li.nl.di
tlonoutho MUitUstipl, licliix liel"W oh-
niiicuons ny tec in tun winter mm low
wnler In ninimcr, uml tlmx li:i u rleur mid
open river coniiiiuiilcutiuii at all tiuic over
tliu Mt-slxltml mid IMrlhutarlcK. with nil
tlio eounirv Mutttli, tn tno null 01 .Mexico
ntnl the Atlutitlu Ocean. Cairo has nUii tliu
sumo diameter olcommutilcatlon with all
tho country north our the -tre;inis tlnwliit;
ny if, wneii iiiojc mieiro't are not Umax-
gaolo hy reii'on ol lei; or low water.
tleluru the ti'.l ol ItallroniU. Calio had n
cQinm inillni: position a a centre of com
lncrm ami natl.illon. Tills iinpoitaliee ol
portion she ttlll possciei, hut liasiiow the
additional aihantit),')! ol helng a f.-re:it rail
road centre, a muiihcr ol the uto-t linpurl
iml r;iilin:id III tlio Valley olthe.Miss.si.Ippl
eoiixerlii I" and lmiii; their termini
there. Aiiiuii;' these, coming from the north
ate tlio i; rc.it Illinois (.'vntral linilrosd,
which tiMxcr-c tbu entire Mato of Illinois
lroin;it extreme northern and nortli-e'isloin
to lis southern IIiiiIik, and ,y INcoiiiiccIIoih
extends into all the reat northwestern
jralu iiroduciir; State' ; the Cairo and Vln
ecuney, cxlcliil.HK from Cairo to tlio C ity of
Viiii!(Jimc.. in the State of Imllani, where
its canuectloiis atlbrd direct railroad com
uumlcatliiii with all Kntcrn cities ; mid
tliu Cairo V M. Louis Itallroml, allortllii n
direct ralliond coinmuiileatloii with tlio
City m( St. I.otils and all the iuilioail. ecu
teriiiLT there 1 ho road eonilnt; irom the
otith arc the -New orleann, iliiekn unit
(treat Northern and the Mobile and Ohio
Hailroad, which Ivo direct teilioad com
munication with tlio cities nl Mobile :iud
New Orleans and oth(.r outlieru Allanlio
c.'i port, and by eoniinclln toad with all
tho country k .utli of Cairo; mid coining
Irom the soiilhwcfct UtUn Cairo. Ar!;un:i-.
KtidToMts Uallroad, which nllord i-lmllar
couimtliilc.'itlim with SoMlicin Missouri.
Alkalis is mid Texas and the pilnclp.il clt.
It", of tho-a Slates. This Uht-naliied rosd
will flu', a l-o. direct coutieetjon with t lit;
Tea and l'.iclllo Uoadwhcn It li com 'le
ted, thus l'IUii direct communication wi'h
tins prlnciiial pcn ti ol tho I'tclllo Oce.tu.
'Ihese railroad", terminating at Cairo, are
now all eniuplislud and In nicci.-ful opcia.
tlon, tho-e In lllliiol coining into the city
tin a bank oleach ol the rivers. Ohio anil
Mlvi.-llll. and teruiliiatiuu' at their conflu
ence, thus eneireltm; tlio city. Tlio Hoiiv
bprhiKs, lliownsvlilo aud Ohio Itlvtr itall
road, and the Cairo ami T'emioseo Klver
Jiallroatl, which will both terminer r.
Cairo, aru In eonr-o of oiiM"",0" "V",".
oon bo eoinileteiJ. ( other rallroaiU both
In illlnol '"" States eolith of tho Ohio
-I...,- n-iil eh will also termlnuto at Cairo,
uin plojoclijd, anil arranKcmiits inado to
build them. The construction of thefo
will greatly Increase the ritlroad eonimunl
catlonsot Calm.
Hh central locution in the ureal Vnhnv of
the MIsslMlnpi.iitiil the ereatwcaltii of ri ci
and railroad eommiiiilcitloii, five to Cairo
uiwirp:i-!eil iidvant ifc- ;t a commercial
point, as il affords to her easy and cheap ac
cess to ull the itralii producing district ot
the North and West.and.Imilaraccossto all
the unilctilttiral produce con. inner of the
.South, thus presentini: tlio best location In
tno wcuioran lnierchanvo or Hit; respect
ive' northern and -on; In m coutmutlitJc ami
productions.
An a mnmificturlii!; location the-petition
of Cairo i not less Impori iiit. Tho eruilc
matcrlHls of every description, which eon
stltuto the elements ol iii:iuuf;itured arti
cles, abound on every side, Iron ore, coal,
ofsuporlor fluidity, and timber of every
churacter.inoni than others, helnif easily
and cheaply ncces.ibie, unl tho rich iirl
cultural region of tlio Immediate nelKhbor
hoo.l, us well an the more remote districts
rendered tributary to It In- river and rail,
furnish Hupplle.iot the nccti-sarleit of life In
such abundance as toretiUcrllln except
ionally cheap. When tin manufactured attl
eles am produced, the facilities for cheap
distribution by riser and rail are not
equalled.
Cairo has ninoiai.inteliluoiit, liberal and
entcrprUititf popu!ai,m ofubout l-J.iJOfi-has
n Miperior stetc ol public echooU, which,
with oilier? eoniiietud by privato enter
ptlse, afford unnrpissed etliicatlonal ad
vantaeos Is po-cd or well-establlshed
ehtirches ot nea ly every denomination
has lmblliiainlirfvatobullilliiKhora mpo
tior eharacter-lm u ellinato, which for a
lubrlty and healiliiullnlluence cannot bo
Mirpussml-lias u wiill-reftulated nud ef
ucicnt niuiilclpi,! organization, It streets
llKhtcil with gas, and other metropolitan ad
vantage., whicL muko it highly dehlrablo
and in reality rot to be excelled as a place
of permanent rchience.
l.ol and land In Culro are now offered ut
very low ptlcea, atlordliiR tavorable oppor
tunities to purchase anil Dm ownern pre
edit the location to tho public us oil'erlnj,'
unrivaled advantages tor tlio successful es
tabliphmi'iit ol commercial or manufactur
lug entcrpil.es and tho best locality in the
country lor proiltablo lu,ebtmont of capital.
. 9. STAATb TAV1.DU,
IHnviN 1'AitsoxH,
TriistccM, ote,
OAIHO, ll.l.., May 1st, lT4.
ii-ifMt;
m;v aivi itTisiinrxiai.
BOOK ABESTS ?(
Millilnl I
ll "llii; IViipli-'
Ikilnliliiii
enfce .ii'Hinii Ati
IW " 1 1 I I lie I'lllMpC" l I Kit IK 111 lnwn I -
fNipiite4, oter i!.V lllil'lnilliiiis, tl n , '1 lion,
r until lniy II nl fluid liiieiilllillifilliellidlliil(i
imrrliuM-Hie lilili pilml linoks tit hIIiisT "I I'p
ineillc Jlnllcliie I lillkc otlii r Imokl mid
lliioiiKluiKWiti this wink Is tlii'iniii'lily iidtcr
tl'nl lliioiiKhiiiit .Nurlli Ami'ilru. 'I Ills fart , In
Itethrr with llio larne hc, elegant iippinnilifK,
uml mmiy new feature orihe lik, e.nir II tn
nil innie mpldly llian miy woik eter j nl .1 1 - lie J
In this entiiitrr. llinM.a of my uk'IiI wlm Ihiu
hud rierliiiii'iil M'tllnj; Imnks, miy lli.1t In nil
their pievlom enmifMiiK Ihey ncttr uuttvllh
Blich success nrinnile mi (ante wiiKe, it slnie
eoiiitiicnclni,' llie -ale nl" my work. Fiirlums
and Jlcri Itnry, iiililreis (liiclnshi twi m ,t:igr
slntiijH, Mid slalluif lAperlince) li V. I'lerer.
.M. II., World's llpfiiiiry, Ituirulo, New
York
N'OIK Mark eimlnpe "Fiir I'iiMIsIiIiik ""
piiltlurnt "
Befcr You Start
istjti: in tii:
TRAVELERS
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
UJATPRQ' PJPU) CPAIP PIANDQ
- -" kiiu iit.Be wuni.i. i iniiww
lire l In- hest iii ulei the touch clutlc, uml n lino
IiirIiiK time, puHcrl'iil, pute mid ceu
WATERS Concerto ORGANS
cuiiiiot lx eellnl hi lon or hi-tiitvt llieyilciy
coliipttllloti 'Diet uiirerlii Mop Is it line I ml-
iiiiiiiii oi inc unman voice
I'riet'H i:lreiml v l.ttu fur c i.li ilmlmr
till! niniilh. Jlnnthlv liislnlineiiti icclcv.'l t
I'liino' iiiid Organs to lA t.and Itciil-.M v nL-
lowed If purclia-ed. .S-ronil-linnil liietrutiu'iits
hi wreiti siitruriiiii. AisetiiH IViililt'tl. A
UlKaaltlltci t loTfiicht'rs.'Uliilrli'rii.Miiiit'hrs
SclinoN, I.uiIkcs fie rp'inl liulucciiitiils to
iiih intue.
Illll-lnittll ClltJllnlle lllilllcd Illll-III O Wilt
'is tV Noil. Il lliii.iiliv.iy. New Vork'. Ilox
:i,iT.
$50 10 $10,000
Ha lKfii imtcd lu-tocV I'llvllt'esiind paid
900 PROFIT
"How to Do It,' it ISooU on Wnll .,eiit
me. i iimnrnie.v :tu , imiueis , iirnktts,
Wall St.. Y
mm a r ..n... ..i.,.i,..i i,. i.i
liiipMilcii' prlrcsLitntcst
(oiiipinj in Ainirlca-hiplc nillcle plca-cs
. ti...j miti- ,-'tilllllllItll llicitlllll
Altcnts wiiiitnl t'crywhcitlM. initiicfiiit'iitf
ilnii't witle nine- send Itiri'ltriilar lo llols
Well", II Vcc) .(,, s y p. ( tf
iiirms, ."i.lii,.idcoluiiiei,
t Hum now In ct Vnin,
)o!t-p:iM, lio els.
.viuicss I lie -in,
$77
A W i;i;l" Kuamnleeil to liule and
male aKents in lliuir Itiealltv.
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