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0no yowoiwcnB.
, Hubm 7:30 a.ni, to u.-ati
y STiHtay frm 7toPftln' Money
5fT .' to 6:W P-nj-
Arrive
A.v I I' M.
,1:00 i J:u1
Illinois Ontral K II
Dally
Mill, Ontrnl It It
llully
Cairo A Vlnomne
jtit-rnr .
Cairo, Arkansas A
5CKIM It II Iill.T
bio Hirer Hour
Pally cxn'l Monday
MIm. Hlvi-r IMHtr
Up, Sun. Tu. Frl
Down, To Thll.Sat
Thfbr ltollte
Friday A Kattinlay
10.00
ioi:w
10:00
10 :0V
5:w
1:01 i
n:Ui
0 W McICkaki, V M.
TIME CARD.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TRAINS MLAVK CAIIIO
Mall i 12:15a. tn Pally
KIlrcs at 3:15 p. in "
Prrlant at- ...... 4:00 a. m...Kx(pt Sunday.
rrrigtit at- 11:00 a in... ' "
JfreijM t 4:.10p. m... " "
FrtUtht at 7:.-Mp. m... " "
AHHtVE AT OA Iltn
.i:oa. m Dally
2:Ultt. In...l'vn.l ttmtilut'
Mall at...
Frtig-lit at
might at-...
Freight at....
rrrUut at..
Sitta. rn... Monday
6H.1p. m... " Sunday.
10:00 a. lu... " Sunday.
.......ll:(i0p. ra.. "
JAMES JOHNSON, Agent.
ST. L0UIS.IRON MOUNTAIN
AXt
SOUTHERN RAILROAD.
OMSIIIIJSKS nrrlrc at anl depart from Ihe
office, M Ohio I-rvw, a follows!
Xtirousli freight leaves Monday, Wednesday
aod Friday at 1 :UO a. m 1 Arrive on Tuesday',
'lhnrsday nnd Saturday at llilft a.m.
Trxa Kxiiiwi leaves ilntl v at K:u0 1' M , nnd
arriVMatSMOA M
rMncrr Acoommodatlon leaves dully rx
itptsunduy at -1:W ni. arrives dully at 11:15
a in.
Time to all points In Texaa nnd Arkansas,
01 HOURS LESS THAN BY ANY
OTHER ROUTE.
Time from Cairo to Little Hock, 11 limits .
To Tfiarcnna, ifi hour.
To Jeffcrion, Texas, ill hour
ToMartliall,!Mliotir.
To Sbrtvrport, I.oulslaha, 2". hours
To Dallas, Texas, 'M hours
To Itearne, Texas, 3d hours
rolloulon, .Texas, 41 hour
ToOlvrtnn, Texas, 14 lioura .
O. W. HEQUEMBOURU,
Aseut Cairo Ilia,
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
TXIVXH OAHS.
On and after June 1st, tralus will run ns fol
1 owl, Sundays excepted, from tho coinerof
Second strm and Commercial uvenue, Culm,
Illinois:
c.oixa outii.
Iae Calm 10:15 A M
" Muri.tij lmro ,.,:.Vi 1'. M,
Arrlrr i:at t t.ouli Til'c "
(lOINO SOL'III
Untve Km -:. Iii
Arrive Murphraborj
j-ave Muriiyxito .
rrlve Calru ,
K:rl A, M.
liif.l' M.
l:(iii -
Connwllnsr at St. jnus with till triln Wct
and North. .1 1, IIINCKI.KY, fupt.
K. W. Cli.MtK, General l'i(ciu:er Acent.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
CAIBO, EVANSVTLLE, INDIAN
APOLIS, CINCINNATI
and LOUISVILLE.
FOURTEEN HOURS EACH WAY,
AMD ALT. DAYLIGHT RUN 3.
I.VniANAl'OI.H -ND Ct.NCISNATI KXI'KkH,
Leaver Culm 1:00 a. m
Arriveaati arm). ?;i:
Arrive at Vinivniie ll;Jj
VIA tT. LOCI AM) OITMA'IKII.X ItllMIO.tU.
Arrlriu ut Kvau,fllc 4.1b p.m
VIA INrjIA.H.tfOLI A-VH VIM'CWMKS KAttllO.kll.
Arrire at IiiillnnajiolN. 4:30 p in,
VIA OHIO AMI HI-llfcillTI lltll.llOAII
Arrlveaat North Vernon ' ilj i.m.
Arrive at Cincinnati t:i "
Arrivlmit Ixiiiillle , .71 "
CAIIiOEXI'llfX
Leaves Iinllaaajiols 8:30 a in.
Ieavtii Cincinnati 1 1 ; J "
Ixare Loiilnille "
Amifi"! Vimvaiies u-. p in.
Ijtarei Vlimnnet "
iMrci Evansvlllu 1 1 : tu ii.m
Arrivtuat Cmil- 1:13 p.m.
Arrie at Cairo 9;.'W
Making c1oh cunneetiom, to und from all
point tat and North, ut iudliinaiollt and Cin-
oinnatl, and tnand from nil )Ninti south and
Wit of Cairo hy roil uud river.
MOOD Clr ACCOMMOtlAIIO.S.
llie Mound City Accoramodntlon run" W'ul
otwlay and Hntunlay.
Leave Cairo li:i'aiui &:J )i m.
Leavea Mound Cltv 1 :15nml 4:30 p. lu.
X. B. OOODHICH. H. L. MORRILL,
tiea' ticket Ae't. lienerul Sup't
Cft'or information relative to ratea and con
nection, apply to JAMKS MALMlltY,
71 Ohio Levee,
NTOVK.H
ftftfW or Am nrn XXTniny rnnlna Tnn
Cream Freezers, Window Sorccn
wire uiom, aird cagoH, Mosb Bbb
keti. Toilet Beta. PfBhtnir Tackle
urnpi, uu, (jmmuoyH. aibo M.o
Une Plows and a general Htock. of
Garden Implementa.
In connection nllli the aliote I keen a Ami-
(kua Tintrnllh, and urn prejuurd to do all kiinU
ox woo worKoimnon iioucv.
I keep constantly on hand a lane satiny ut
Cooking Stoves, Tinware, Build
ers' Hardware,
Whoipsalo and Retail.
.-kileaseut for the celelimo-d
'Us..
"Call Ml rxamlnt before imniu,ki- . ,
MM tw undersold. 1 ulUuuloK. " I
M ravrimii and Com. A v., ',.
0. W. XBRDinMOII,
,l-lMir
HARDWARE
TINWARE
k whi t -bv; aw . -
PARAGRAPHS.
Tho coiiplo iiiiirrlcil In n balloon to I
ntlvurlle Jlnriitmi f now iluiu t live to
Kotlior tlino wvvUo.Kxeiaiirtf. An
other iii'lnncti of the result of Injmll
clonnilv'itilnK. 'I'Iip litiltmitipolU Xttc has found out
how tho my of tlmt nmn In liiirole who
went ahont In iromnn's clotlu-, was dis
covered. "He Inadvertently mM 'I'liank
you,' lien n gentleman gave tip hl eat
In n street ear."
A famous anetioneer,afier exhaMstlng
tho language of jiraholn extolling m-er-tain
gentlenmiiN park which had to lull
tinder his hammer, sdd he wni bound, n
an honet man, not to conceal the draw
backs to the properly, which were the
litter made by the ro?o havei nnd the
perpetual din kept up .by the nightin
gale. A Milwaukee belle, attending n thea
tre lu this elly recently, complained In
one of the scenes that Die light wn too
dim tonhowthcactlnginoperly. "Won't
you try this glasV asked her Pfcort.
handing her liK lorgnette. HaMlv cov
ering the MtMplcIous looking object with
her handkerchief, hc placed it toherllps,
took a long pull, and then handed It back
In great dUgmt. living : "'Why, there
ain't a drop in It."
While .'topping oer night at a farm
houc out West, :i traveler wasastonlshed
to see hit hostess walk up to her husband
about every illtecn minutes and box his
ears orglve his hair n pull, lu the morn
lug the guest, ieelug the woman alone,
ii'ked uu explanation of her strange con
duct, and her reply was: "You .cc.
stranger, me ami the old man lias been
llghtln lor ten years to ee who shall
boss this 'ere ranch, and 1 hate jeitgot
hlmcoweil, but If I .houId let up on liim
for n day he would turn on nie again, and
my work would all be for nothing."
BOBBINS'
MOSld BAZAR!
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
CAIRO ILL
Kanos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
EVERY DESCRIPTION.
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.S
Of World wido Rcputatiou.
.Vcknosvlitlgiil hynll Kood Muslctinik tn r the
btsl I'iuno now made.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which we h:ive i-olil over too during
twelve yeara pat, bvroining more anil more
popular livery day.
SMITHS AM FAUCAX 0I?(.',LY.
.Splumllil tone, Power ami Dnr.'il.lllly.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very lino liittnimciit, adnptcd to ini-tru-
m-.m-M as wcu as vocal iiiiikIo.
ALL Till: A1IOVK A III'. OKKUKKU ON
Ki-y Monthly faymcnt-. tio ngiire
rcnrdu f w l'rlce-.
In great variety, Including all the new
and popul.ir iniirlc ol ttiu day.
Order from the Country
promptly UUoil imil hunt
hy mull.
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS
ACCORDEONS, CLARINETS
FLUTES, ne
P COLDS.
TAMBORINES
FHKNCH 11 AIM'S, ETC., ETC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
Furr.lsbcd to Order.
STRINGS FOR VIOLINS, OUITAUS, ETC.
01 the UcHt Quality.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of nil trades for Tlano or Voter.
WTKvcrv dc'criutlon of Munlcal Mcr
ubuudlho furnl-hcil to urder. promptly and
at prices lower man ever onemi netoro.
CiKNCY ALSO OF
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
8cnd for Illustrated Cutaloguo mid Trice
Lilt ol tiifKe iicautirui Kroiic4.
All Ooodi Warranted ai Beprinted.
Aildrefi,
ROBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
Cairo, Illinois.
VALENTINE RESOH
GROCER.
-l-aler lu -
Butter, Eggs, Fish, Poultry
feame and all kinds of fresh
Fruit and Vegetables.
Eighth Street, Carro. Ill
t3"Oiler for SleiiniUat promptly illh-d at
any liour.dny or nbht. 7-l.T-tr
K. I lied. (mm At' Meeker. A. .1 , liimle.
E. L. HEDSTROM & Co.,
Miners & Shippei'H of
SHEET MUSIC
(Ilfeciucaidrtet. Iluffulo.
UtKKML On icits, I Cor. Adams & .Market St.
t'lilcaKu,
Alo Agents for Bloggburg Coal Co.
7.'J.w.
j MOH flTSBK, j
to 9
Sea
i g co JJJ -a g S
UJ q ft 91 h
,2 S H a i
HAMiN.
THE
City National Bank
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL, - $100,000
umcrn.
W. 1J IIAI.I.IDAV, I're'ldfiil
linNltV I. IIAI.I.IDAV, Vl(Prr.l.
A II. SAKI'oltD, Ca-hler,
WAI.TIII: IIVLOI', A'tCft'hler
PlnKCTORA
t STA (Ti TaVI.UK, It. II I'.U.SMINOH CV,
II li.llALI.IOAV, W. I IIAIMIISY,
U 11 Wiiiiamson, .STrpiirx IIikd,
A II SArroHO
Exobango, Coin and United States
uonau tiouRnt and sold.
D
Enterprise Saving
BANK.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1860
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
officmk:
A. T.. AKF(lltl), 1'ifsKlent
S 8.TAYI.OU, Vice I'mldcnt
V It VM.OI', Sec'v and Truisun r
UIMKCTOUli
1'. M, liAiiciv, (.'has, G.u.iuin:!!,
V. M. stockilctii, I'Afi. is. henni,
It. II CCVMINOIIAM. II L. IIai.i.ihav,
.1. yi. I'liiLLir.
TNTKKKST paid on iltijxulH at the rati- of nix
m. , riu yivi uiiuiiiii, .'mil Jl If", IU1I ftlllllll
U t lit. Inleirnt mt withdrawn Is ailded iinmr-
wining io uie principal oi inc uepon!, Illrrciiy
jziv Inif lliem compound Inteii it
Married Wotnon nnd Children may
Doposit Money and no one
oiso can ctruw it.
Onrn ererr liii.linil.iv Inmil'.i.m. to .1 n.m.
and .rntunlxrcmiiliu' lor mivIiil iltiHinits onlv
from 6 tu it o'clock.
W. HY8L0P, Treasurer.
THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
Transacts all kinds of a Legiti
mate iinnKing aiubiqorh.
. BROSS, President.
P. NEFK, Vice Prealdnnt.
HENRY WELLS, Cashier.
T J. KERTH, AasiBtant Caahior.
il3-3.ll -tf
The Gamble Wagon
Owdk.XZl.0, XTiTaXiVODB
MANUKA CTUltKll 11Y
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE BEST and CHEAPEST WAGON M AH
UFACTuRED.
MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Pourth Street
SPRING!
SUMMER!
Prices to suit the Times.
Wholesalo Figuroti, but No Credit I
Mrs. 0. McLEAN,
Noxt Door to Stuart it, Gholson's
EIGHTH STREET,
BETWEEN COMMERCIAL AND
WABHINOTQN AVENTJE8.
HAT?' Mnnnrla, Klnwfra.f., Uces, llihboan,
i-ii,o"k,t' V!'u''' Mr4' "'"'hltigs ajrsri.;
Md (Units, Hosiery, Worsteds. '
Also the "ladles' Drei lleforni'
conaiiT,
r,l,'dU!.r!10f ,rlm,,,,UK Mn" l5,,
CAIRO.
XXjXjXCTOXM.
Tho Trustees of tho Cairo City
Property tlcMn; to call public ntteutlnii
to the merits of I hell jiropet ly, eoiujirN
Iiik a eom-Idei-nlili- portion ol'lhe Cltv of
('alio, lu Ale.Mtntler County, lu the Slide
of lllluoN. mid ItimN luuuedlittely niljn
cent thereto.
I hi cltv. Uh U well known. Ii sltllalfilat
the i-nnlliienre of the Ohio and Ml..llip
rlvvri, at the livuit of utilntnrupled iiuxi n
tlon on tho Mllll, bflinx lirlotv oh-
miction ny ice in tun winter unit inw
water lu dimmer, ami thui lia- n clear uud
open rhcr eoinuuuilcatlon at all times over
nie .Mt-iMi pi ami us iriiiuiuric, wuti an
the enuntrv south, to tlio (lulf ol Mex'ro
and the Atl.tutlc Ocran. Cairn ha h)o the
mtc. ch'iractcr o! communication v Itli all
the noutitrjr north over the xt reams Ilowlng
by Ir, when tlioc Ktre.im an: not Innavi
gable by rcaoti ol ice or Inw water.
lleloiethu era o! Itallroud-i, Cairo had a
communding position as a centre of com.
tnerce and naMKatloii. Till- Importance ot
po-llloa slip 'till pus-il-i s, but lillllioW l III'
additional advanlage ol bring a great rail
toad Ci'MTr, a number ol the mo-t import
ant rnilro id' In tho Vnllcv nlthe Mississippi
eonverxiu to nnd hat'lng their termini
there. 'Aiti dig these, coming from the norlh
ute the nie it Illinois Central li ulrnsil,
which tiai're the entire flatn of Illinois
I roui,lts extreme northern aiulnoi lli-essteru
to Its outherii limits, nnd by ltscomuctlons
extends Into all the great iiorlhvci.terii
grain producing .State-; the Cairo and Vln
etinor, cvicudiiiKrroui Cairo to ihe City ol
Vlncennes In the .StHto o( Imllaiii, where
Itsoonnectlotis all'ord direct railroad eom
luuiilcallons nidi all hnttcrn cities; and
the Cairo A it. Lotus Hallroad, anordiug
direct railroad eoniuiiuiir.it ion with the
City t M. LouiA nnd all the railroads eeu.
tortng there. The roads eomln? Irom 1I12
outh are the New Orleans, .lnckon and
Oreat Northern and the Mobile and Ohio
ltallro.nls. which give (Unit railroad com
niunlcitlou with the cities ot Mobile and
New Orleans. . unl ollu r Soiithtrii Atlantic
kc:i potts, ami by eonnnutlin: roads with all
the country nth of Cairo; and coming
Irom tin) nuttiwett bthu Cairo, Arkan-as
nnd Texas Hillroad, which t llnrds MmlUr
commuiileutlon with .sonthriu .Mlouri.
Arkansas and Texas, and the prlnelpit eli
tes of tho-c tftctes. Tlds l.-t-n inied road
will give, ,il-o. direct eotuicelion with the
Texas and I'acille linadwheu it is com lc
ted, thus glilng direct eomuiuuleatloii wi h
the principal ports ol the I'acille Ocean.
Thee ra lroail-, teriiilnallngat Cairo, are
nowallcotnplAtvd and In hucccs.ful opera
tion, tlio-e in lllinoi roruing Into the elty
on a bank ol each ot the river-, Ohio anil
Mis-Uilppi. imil terminating al their coutlu
enee, tint- encircling the city. The Hnllv
fcprings, lirowc-viile and Ohio Itlver itail
road, and the Cairo and rctniCHoc liixer
Killroad, which will both terminate at
Cairo, are In course of construction and v ill
f oois lie eompltted.anil other r.'illroiu both
in IlllnoU iiml III .--tates eoutli of thu Ohio
river, which will nlso terminate at Cairo,
am projected, mil arrangements m uln to
build them. The construction of
will greatly Increase th't nllr..-.coiumiin.
cations id (.'sire.
it central location in the ureat Yaliev ol
the Mississippi, nnd the. great wealth ol'rier
ana railroad cominuiileition, give- to Cairo
untutp'iised ndvantai.'(:s hi a commercial
point, as it affords to her easy and cheap ac
cess to all the train producing dlatrlcls ol
tticXoith and H'trt.ainlrlmilarueccisto all
thcngric.ulturul produce cLnsumcr.s of the
.South, thus presenting tho bet locution In
the wcntoran inicrchimiiu of the respect
Ivonorthem and -ou'hun commoilltles and
productlona.
An a tuanuficlurliig location the position
of Cairo it not len huportunt. Tim crude
materials oi every uiK-ription, which con
titute the elements of mauufarturcd arti
cles, abound on every shto, Iron ore, coal,
oftupoilor (piailty, mnl timber or every
ehiracter, more than otlttr, being easily
and cheaply accessible, aud tho rich nri.
cultural region of the Immediate neighbor
hood, as well us; the more remote districts
rendered mutuary to it iy river and rail,
furnish Mjppliesol tlict.eten.arlci.of life in
tmch abundance as to ivu lcr living except
ionally chenp.' When tlietianufaetured artl
clea are produced, the fu'ilitlna for eheun
dUlrlbutlon by river and rail are not
eipiaucu,
Cairo has a mural. Inn,
enterprising population or about I'J.WiO has
r.iiir ii '"" "! ul PL"iio sciiooic, winch,
...... vouuiicim ny private enter
prise, arlord uustiip nn educational ad-vatitaijes-ls
p3sSlfSC4 of well-imtablished
vmiii-uraui nearly (ieiy ilenomlnatlon
has publI.i aii,pmu!ebulldlnii.sofa nine
f.'.Vi1: l1-3 '.tf-r ha climate, which for sa
lubrlt) andhealttiullnlluruce cannot be
suniNhsed-has , well-regulated and tf
Uelent miuilclpiil organlzitlon, its Mrecis
ghted lth gasiiui othcrmetrnpolltan ad
in"!'.??' kU "'' 11 lKlIf desirable
hi d lu reality not to be excelled a a place
ol peimatunt rcldence.
Lois an. I Una qtu Mu no w oiicred tit
ery low prleei, aiTordlug lavorabie oppor
tunltleii to purclisse ami tho ownem pre
ecnt the location to the public ns offering
Jtnrli alcd dvntiWa lor tUt htieccNaful c
tMDinhmcnt ol commercial or manufactur
ing itnterpihef.atidthe best loca'lty in tho
couuiry lor proiiubio InveMraenlof cajilul.
S. Staath Tayi.ou,
KllW'IN l'AHSONR,
Truitf ep, etc.
Caiko, Iu Jiay lt, I7L
6-lWf,
Ktt Anvr.MTiaEHRNTM.
$50 10 $10,000
Itn hrvn line .lid in so.'k I'rll lletcrsnnd paid
900 PROFIT
"HoW'toltoll," ii Hook on Wall St , M-nt
lns. Imnbrldk'e.V Co., IthUVcrs A llrikr, S
Wall St., N. V.
DOUBLE YOUR TRADE
tlrutridMs. (Irocer- nnd hraleral I'me t hlna
und.liipnii IV.n In "rnled packnpa", scr( W top
cutis, boxes or leilf i ht t Oroiirrs' price
."end for circular. Hie Wills len (.iimpaliy,
I'M Fulton St., N. Y., I'. II. llnv iWl
NEVEn.PAILINO
AGUE DURE
I'rlreSil. Sold br llruurists.
(joitKWAUi ir u taii.s-' in i t in:.
Ir. i . It. Hour, Sriiccu t'alN, N Y.
$77
A WKKIt cniminl(sst to liuileand
female iiKetits III thdr Iwallty.
Co-Is iintlilng lo try It l'lirticiilius
II re I' O VII KLItYACO..
Allffll.-t.l , .Me,
Y71ITVI I l IJVwiinlrd toliiimTpleitniiih
1 U U l U ill l'ii Ing und take nnices on new
lines which we me I'nrnl-lilng with operators
.salary IVnin in to U"i ar month and Meady
prolniitlon I'.u tlcnliirs maiUsl lr- Adiliv-s
'telegraph Iti-titnte, .Ihiicji lite, Wlnenii-
sin.
2,282,072.
CIRCULATION MONTHLY.
We will lnert an adierii-eiiK-nt nccnpj line one
inch ii tee (I-.' lines nonpjirlli four weeks in
the fniliiivliiir papers lor T.i, lln leziilui
rates ol whlrh ate mi i li'..nur piice being
les ib.ni one llilrd a cent vr llnes r tlioii-and
elti-ulullnn.
Ilurttonl, ( mill., ( i.unint (isid), Dully, .1,as.i
Wlliiiliiirtiiii.llil.. i:ien- llienlinr.lijlli.
InilhitiaiHills.lnd . rritiiifl.
e kiv, ,l.i n
Hiekly,,i,iin
liully, ll,mu
Weekly, 7,."iiv
Dally, 11, Mi
Wteklv.T.iCll
Wis kly, a, r.;
linlU, n.rjNi
Weekly, .'i.THJ
Dully. S.C'si
Wis kly, n,M)ii
Daily. fi.'.U
Weekly, f.,fdo
lally, u,no
WlfklV.tj.laill
Atc til-on, Kan , ( llillllplnll
llnttimnre, .Md , (nirille,
, , ,
"prlnKlld, Mas, ,1'cptili.,(isjd)
Mliinetipoli-.Minn. Tiibnne,
.Nevinrk. N. .1
dtcltiel'.
llalivlnu V V
Troi, N ,
t'lica. N V.,
lirn.il,
'I lines,
Itudsd
Herald,
Cleveland, Ohio. Hi raid,
I'itt-lMirjf. 1'n.,
We,tclie-ler, IM ,
(iHlvcloii, lis.,
Motilll-r.VI.,
MllwnnVis', Wis ,
lender '21 ii w), Dally, li.ll
.li Heisoiilaii, Weeklv, ft.luo
News, Dally", s.'.l
AririH.U'.ilrliit Wis-kly t.ati
Wjeiiinln, tVeikly, i.,0"0
ill . .i-ll mpiil 1 unique 111 Hi.. 1,,11I... Imir
II...... .....1 I.. .I..II1... ... I.... H , I...
Addict (,i:n.
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