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fcsmUy ftwm 7to.m.
Orttsr a.m. to 1:69 p.m.
A.M. 1 P.M.
Illinois Utntnl H 11
3:00 I i'M
KlM. Ontml It 11
Cairo A Vlneannes
Cairo, Arkansas A
Texas 8 K lily
Ohio Hirer Houw
Dally can't Monday
MIM. Illvrr lloate
Up. Hun. Tu. Tl
UOWD , 111 . 1 liu . .-w
HiKkaio, V. M.
HJJH0IS CENTRAL R.
ruin tnVB cat no
.nas . ro Daily
.. 4 .-00 a. m...Kxcept Sunday.
......llrOOa. m... " "
7:30 p. tn... " "
AIlfltrE at oAino
s.oo. in Dally.
n.n.. ... ...... a.lmla.r
Hall t. .;..-
l:n, ni... aionuay,
6:Vn. ni... " Punilay.
."C" m- " Sunday.
Firlxnt 1 "
JAUX3 JOHNSON, Attent.
ST. L0UI3.IR0N MOUNTAIN
OMNIHUSKS arrive at and deuirt from Hie
office, M Ohio l.evee, as follows:
Through frrlKht leaves Monday, Wednesday
anil i'rldsy at lurtWn. m.i Arrive on Tuesday,
Thurailay ud Saturday at II lift a.m.
Texas express ImvM dally at I2:u0 P.M., and
arrives at 3:90 A M
1'assenier Accommodation leaves dally ex
cept sunosy nt -:Wn.iu. arrive daily at II: I)
Time to all KInU In Texas ami Arkauas,
CtA HOURS tiESS THAN BY ANY
Time from Cairo to Little Itock, 1.1 hours.
To Tuircaiu.fi hours.
To Jfflerson, Texas, 23 hour.
To Marshall, SO hours.
ToMireveport, Louisiana, 29 hours,
To Dallas, Texas, 20 hours.
To Ilrame, Texas, 3d hours
To Houston, Trxas, 41 hour.
To Galveston, Texas, 41 hours.
0. W. HEQUEXBOUBO.
.Vxcnt Cairo lilt.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. B.
On and after .lune 1st, trains will run us fnl
I oi, Sundays excepted, from the corner nf
Second street and Commercial avenue, Cairo,
beare Cairo KulJA M
" .Murphvjborn -':') r.M.
rrite Knt St. Louis 7iw "
LeaveKaat&t. Louis. , (:." A.M.
Arrhe Murphrsboro 1 J 1 1 1 ' . M.
Veave Murphysboro - ' "
IrrluCalro'. s:5 "
Coaoectlnc at St. Iiuls with nil trains Wet
and North. J . L. HINCKLKV. fiitpt .
It. W. ( LKK, Grnerul l'aaeiu;er Aireut.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
CAIRO, EVANSVIIiliE, INDIAN
FOURTEEN HOURS EA.OH WAY,
AND ALI PAxIiIOHT RUNS.
SmijjTirql Without Change !
rNPJAVtl'OLM AMU CI.NCLXXATI KlfltE",
Lurrs Cain I .-no u. m
Arrliti at L'armi '
Anivts at Vlnc'ime-i.... ,-...11 ;1 J ' '
U t. LOriS AND 9Ol'TlllfASTi:i:Xn.IU(0At,
ArrlveJ at vanvlUcn 4:1 p.m.
tA lieDIASATCUS ASD VINCCNMES UMLKOAl).
ArrWust lmlnaHilh. 4::i0 p. in.
VIA Onto A'U NHhI.lr- KtlLIIOAll.
Arrives at North Vrrnnn. .'.:).', p.m.
Attires at Cincinnati it : w "
ArrlTlsit fo'tisrlllr T;t'. "
larei JnJiaapoU. ... S:m a.m,
Leave Cinrlnnatl - 0:i "
Leave ImlnvlUe ..... - 7 "
Amret at Vlncennes 2;UU p in
Leaves VlnceuuM m.-..- "
Ieavts F.VKnvllle 11:40 a.m,
Arrives at Lannl... 4:1.1 p.m.
Arrives at Cairo fl:.- "
Hakinr cloe connections to ami from all
points East and .North, at Indianapolis and Cin
cinnati, and to and from all jioiuU South and
West of Cairo by rail and river
MOOD CITY ACCOMMODATION.
The Mound City Accommodation runs Wed
nesday and haturdHy.
Ltaves Cairo .12:'i, and 5;0n p m.
Lmtrs Mound City 1 : 1.1 and 6:30 p. in.
X. B. GOODRICH, H. L. MORRILL,
(jen' Ticket Ag't. General Hup't
C?"For Information relative to rales and con
nections, apply to JAMKS MALLOIIV,
71 Ohio Levee.
Refrigerators, "Water Coolers, Ico
Cream Froctora. Window Bcrocn
Wire Cloth, Bird Cases. Moaa Ban.
kets. Toilet Bets. FiBhintt Tackle.
Laitps. OIL Chimneys. Also Mo-
line Flows and a general stock of
la couuecliou with the above I keen h tlrt
elaaa Tinsmith, and am preiarvd tu do all kinds
jui rfeo wersousnon uouce.
I keep constantly on hand a large variety of
Cooking Stoves, Tinware, Build
Wholesale and Retail.
Woleaveet for lue celtbrntrl
ryiall aal examlui
examlu before purchasicf,
W ' (IrM-il-llf
- V roiK' :,200 fcot long, niul vclghlti
nlonnml n linir.. n ccntly MtlpM
, a Sow lMfonl nmittiracttiwr to n Ti
nuvllle oil llnu
t'npl. Matthew Wi-bbwnmlroni Do
t r in ltatnpatc not lonir rliKti tit 8 Iioiim
nml l'i tnlntttos, tht dUfnnoc Im'Iiik cntn
ntilwl nt twenty miles. Hp ore no
ilrc, nml w nltop'tlier utmUtr(l by
ltyron's dfttiglitrr Ailn wn innrriotl
in 1SW to llnron Klnir, now Hip rnrl of
lovclftce. Tim rnrl Ix In bU wvciity
firnt yrnr. His wife rtlotl In 18.12, leaving
a son, now a peer in bis own right, with
tlii'tllleof JJaron Wentworth. The lat
ter ha? hail a very-romantic career.
.Tttdpc Tappan was n colleague ol
Gov. Allen In the United States .Senate.
Onec he wits akctl by n gentleman from
Ohio whether a certain Individual had
gone home. "Yes," sattl lite Judge, "he
started tills morning; but If yon want to
set; lilin, get Mr. Allen to put Ills head
out or the window and call him back; he
mit.t lx! this side ot the mountains yet."
A Frenchman more noted for bis
conceit and for a certain amount of suc
cess with the fair sex than for the clean
lluess of bis linen, was posing the other
day before a bcfiittltul and witty woman,
when ho delivered himself of this rather
nrrogant hcnthncnt: "Women. I change
them as 1 do my shirts." "All," said
the fair one, looking attentively tit the
collar of his shirt, "1 should never have
believed you so constant."
'A rumnlete Plelorlnl lllatorr or lh
'liniPM" "Ttie bout. rtipaptHis, nsiit
moat nurcpaarul I'Minlly Vnur
la the IuIob
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Adiress HAUl'KU UKOTUKB8. N. Y.
BY Irluc nf three certain executions to me di
rected by the clerk of the circuit rami ot
Alexander county, in the State pt
Illinois, one. In favor ol Vmjng IlroUi-
ers & Company, one m lavor oi n-
Uum Htanun,, nnn me. oiuer in la-
vnrot Aiireu ii. auopi, asjiKneenr Alexander
11 lrvln.nnd nil uxalnst .lolin II llrown, 1
have levltil upon the following dcscrllMil proii.
crty, In tliu county of Alexander and State of
Illinois, tO'Wlt: The northwest quarter of the
norths est tiuarterofsection six (r.I.iu townslilti
slileen (If.) south, and In run;e one went of the
thin! princiiial meridian ; the northwest quarter
of the fonlhwesl rjimrterof hection thirty-one
Pi) , In township fifteen (I'd south, nnd In ranire
I west of the third prlnclal merldlan;the north
east quarter of the Houthciw-t quartcrof section
thirty-six (30), in township lirieen (IS) Miuth,
nnd in runse two (2) west of the thirtl principal
cluslvc in block numbered one (1), lotsnumler
ed two (0 and three (.1), In block numbered two
(V), lots numbered one (I) to lire (3), both In
clusive in block numbered four (thiols num
bered one. (l)to seven (7), both Inclusive In
block numbered seven (7).
lots numbered one (Ij
to Keven (7), both Inclusive In block numbered
eight (s) , lots numbered two (i), three (3) and
four (I). In block numbered live (j). lots num.
lwrcd two (), four (1), live :), Ax (0) and seven
(") in llock iiumbereit six () in thu town nl
I'nlty, and all In the county of Alexander and
Mate of Illinois, as the nronertv of the said .l.,hr.
Il.Ttrown. which I shall offer at nubile rale m
the houtliwest door of the court house In the city
of Cairo, In th" county of Alexander and State ot
Illinois, on me iourieemu nay oi aukuiI, a. I),
le,, at the Hour of eleven o'clock, n. in., to
saii-iy Nii'iexecmions. ai.ca. ii, tltvl.N,
.-iierui oi Aicxauacr omuiy, llllnnl",
Cairo. Illinois, JulyWint, le7".
BY vlitueofun execution to me ditnleil by
the clerk of the circuit court u( Cnhm
luiuniy, in me state or Illinois, in uvorof Wil
liam Malict unit HKulut Williaiii M.
llrown, Impleadtsl with Iirken llolen,
I have lev Inl uiiqii the follow ltiu- rlr.
tcr lsl pioiK-rtv. In the county of Altxamlor
uul Mate ot Illinois, to-wit: The Miuthwest
iiiniier in me nonnwesi quarter or beciion Mx
(C), In townhiii slxtirn (IC) south, and in ranee
one iij west ortlie third principal meridian, in
Hie county ot Alexander ami Mute or Illinois, as
the nroiiertv of the kuIiI William M. It
which ,f shall offer ot public sale at thesouth-
wesi uonroi incciuit notue 111 the city ol Cairo,
J ih Tin'"? ' At xi"" f d bte of Illinois,
oi ine 1.1111 iiay i,i Aunii.t, A 1. 17S, ut the
I'xw-iiTioi. " "'" '"r,'0'u to satisfy said
ki ... . V'K. II IIIVIS,
i. ., '"ipol.AlixsniUr Inanity, Illinois.
Uilo, lilinuli,, Julyyjnd. If7-.. did.
I., i.. iinielroiu, A. C. Meeker. A. t . Uuote.
. L. HEDSTROM & Co.,
Miners it (Shippers of
OL.vLKiL Onttr-, tor. Adams Market bt.
Also Agent u for Blosshurg Coal Co.
tatnlly UtiUi, Elfgutly Firaiskei
1U OommemUl Hotel 0 tin City.
Tfi jj $0 Ml
I CO 2 -dP 3
O O W 3 B
ea p 8
5 I i
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
W. r. 1IALL1DAY, President.
IIKNUY L. IIALLIDAY, Vicvl'iest.
A. II. HAKKUKI), Cashier.
WALTER IIYSLOI', Ass't Cashier.
S. SrAATS TAYLOII, It. II. ttL-XNl.SUIIAM,
II. L. llALLIUAV, W. I. IIALLIDAY,
U. I WlLMAMSOX, OTKI'IIKN Illltl),
A It. SATIOIU)
Exchange, Coin and United 8tates
onas jsougnt ana aoia.
Tr'l'OSIT.S receireit and n general banking
CHARTERED If ARCH 21, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. II. SAKFOIIU. l'residrut.
S. S. TAYLOR, Vlecl'reildent.
W. llYWLOl", bcc'yandTiviuilrer.
Babclw, Ciias. Uamuiuii,
htockplctii, i'aix (i. .chlii,
CC.NMNdllAM. II L, IlAl.t.IUAr,
I. 31. rillLLlll.
INTEREST paid on deposit at the rate of six
per cent.' per anniun, March 1st and Septem
ber 1st. Interim not withdrawn Is added Imme
diately to the principal or ttie deposit", tnerriiy
Xivina them compound interest.
Married Women and Children may
Deposit Money ana no ono
elso can draw it.
niwn trv tmslnessdav frnnid-.i.in. to 3 P.m.
and .Saturday evenlncs for f aviiiRS deposits only
W. HYSLOP. Treasurer.
THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
Transacts all kinds of a Legiti
mate Banking Business.
P. BROSS, President.
P.NEPF, Vice Preaident.
HENRY WELLS, Caahier.
T. J. KERTIi, Aaaistant Caahier.
The Gamble Wagon
MANUKA CTUKKO BY
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE BEST and CHEAPEST WAGON MAN
MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Fourth Street
Prices to suit the Times.
Wholesale Figures, but No Credit I
Mrs. O. McLEAN,
Next Door to Stuart & Oholson's
BETWEEN OOWIEROIAZ. AND
Kltt I.lol-IM. Ifn.lrv U'..m..ui r ' 'pl
Alo the "Ladlta' Dreaa Itefurm'
'l h w styles of trimming Mlk for
rSrbOM Hoods will liaaiUiliv.nlu...
nrcf. fur CA5lf airl OAHl ONLY, f -U-'Wtr
Tho Trustees of the Cuirn City
Property desire In call public nltcntlon
to the Merit of (hell property, comprls
Inj? n considerable portion ofjliu City of
Cairo, lit Alexander County, In thnStntn
of llllnol?, nnd lands liiunedlatcly mljn-
This city, ns Is well known, Is sltuntedat
thu coulluenea of the Ohio ami MWflsslppl
rivers, at the head of tuduteruptcd nrfvlita
Hon on the Mlsblsslri'l. being below nb
structlons by ice in the winter and low
water in summer, and tl us has n clear and
open river comniutilcaticn at all times over
tho MlisUslnni and its tributaries, with nil
the country south, to the Uulf ot Mexico
and the Atlantic Ocean. Call o baa also the
samo character ol communication with all
tho country north over the streams IIowIiil'
by It, when those Mrrams arc not Innavi
gable by rcnton ol Ice or low water.
Hclorc Hie era of Itallroadi, Cairo had a
commanding podtion as a centre of com
merce and navigation. This Importance ol
nosltlon she Mill nossctses, but lias now the
additional advantage ot being a great i:ll
roatl centre, a number ol thu most Import
ant railroads In tho Valley ol the Mississippi
coiiverlnu to and itavlne tbclr termini
there. Amntu: these, comini: from the north
are tho great Illinois Central Itallrotd,
which traver-cs the cntlro Mato of Illinois
lroin;iti extreme northern and nortli-e iMeni
to its Koullicrn limits, and by Its connections
oxtenus into an iuu great norm western
L'rain nroduuink' Slates ; thu Cairo and Vln-
cetines, cxlcinling from Cairo to the City of
Vliiccnncs. in tin' niaieoi Indians, where
its connections allord direct railroad com
munications with all Kastern cities ; and
thu Cairo .V St. Louis Itallroad, anoruing a
direct railroad communication with the
City ! St. Louis ami all the rutlroaUs ceti.
tcring there. The roads coming Irom tho
South are the New Orleans. Jackson aud
Oreat Northern and the Mobile and Ohio
Railroads, which give direct railroad com
munication wltli tun elites ot Mobile ami
Nw Orleans, ami other .Sotithtru Atlantic
eea ports, and by connecting roads with all
the, country south of Cairo; ami coming
Irom the ;-outlivet lithe Cairo, Arl.:ili:ii
and Texas liillro.ul, which r fiords t-iinllir
communication with Southern Mi-ouri.
Arkansas aud Tcxes aud the Mlnclinl clt
les of those States. This Ust-uami'd iojiI
will give, also, direct connection with the
Texas aud Pacific Itoad when it is cum e-
ted, thus giving direct communication wi li
thu principal pons oi tne rncinc uccan.
ibesc railroads, terminating at Cairo, aru
now all completed and in successful opera
tion, those la Illinois coming into thu city
on a bank ol each of the river-, Ohio and
Missbsjppl. and terminating al their conllu
ence, thus encircling thu city. Tho Holly
Springs, llrowrjsvlllc and Ohio Kivcr Kail-
road, aud the Cairo and Tcnnetnco Hirer
Itallroad, which will bath terminate at
Cairo, ant in course of construction and will
goon be completed, ami other raiiroaui,np'"
in Illinois and in Mates sou 1j r
river, which will aNo ecrmlnato at Cairo,
nr. nrnl,.,l. .n,i airallffCIUelltS made tO
build thcui. The construction of tbetn
will greatly Increase tlio rdlroad communi
cations of Cairo.
It- central lnnation In tliegrc.-; Valley of
ttie Mississippi, :md the great wealth ofrivcr
and railroad communication, gives to Cairo
unsurpassed advantages as a commercial
point, as it affords to her easy mid cheap ac
cess to all the erain producing districts ot
the North and West, and i-Imllar access to all
the agricultural produce consumers of the
South, thus presenting the best location in
ttio wesnoran imcrcuangc ot me respect
ive northern and southern commodities and
A a manufacturing location the position
of Cairo is not less important. Thu crude
materials of every description, whicn con
stitute thu elements of manufactured arti
cles, abound on every side, iron ore, coal,
of superior quality, and timber of every
cuaracicr, more man uiuers, neing easny
and cheaply accessible. ar,d thu rich agri
cultural region oi uiu imuiei ain no eiiuoi-
hooJ, as well as the more remote districts
rendered tributary to It by river and rail,
furnish auppnesoi inc necessaries or lire in
such abundance as to render living except
. .. i p
tonal v ciicap. nucu wiuiuanu aciureuaiu-
cles are prouucod, the faeiliiles for cheap
distribution by river ami rail are not
Cairo has a moral, Intelligent, liberal and
tuicipiiiiuK pupuiaiinu OI aUOlU I j.uiiu uir
a superior system ol public schools, which
vviiu outers couuuctui by pnvato enter
prise, afford unsiirn .il educational ad
vantat'ci Is p3se.ked 0r well-established
cnurcucsoi nearly every ileuomination
has puouaanu pntatH buildings oi a siipo
nor cuarucici ii;, a ,. mate. WUICIl lor sa
lubrlty and healthlul Influences cannot be
surpassRii-ims a we -reirulatcd and el-
ticlcnt municipal organization, its streets
lighted witn gas. ami oilier metropolitan ad
vbiiiukcs, nuii-u nuke it IHgniy uesirnuie
and In reality not to bu excelled as a place
ui pciiuauciu rctiuuicc.
Lots aud laud In ;u-0 ftro now otlercd ut
.ifii, . '"'"'i aUotding lavorahle oppor
llm f 'f ',l'tl"it. and tho owners . pre-
.,....T. i 1,l"-i',,u" to the pttuiic as oucrii
UUilMiIed advantai'M 0r the silecessful t
tablnhini nt nl eonunerelsl or ntauufactt
ing cnterpipes, !lt)l 1)l0 uelit 0Ca'lty in ttjjV'
eOlllll ri liir .....1... , i . . . & J t. SSI
1'iuiii.iuie tnvcstmuuiui ciipu
S. STAATH TAYI.OIt,
vAim,, ii.u. .MU) Bt, IH74. u
$50 TO $10,000
lias Iks n lntcdnl In Nock 1'rlWlcgcs nnd paid
"How to Do II." a Honk on Wall M , 'ent
freo. 'lumbrldgeA Co., Haulers Umkers,
Wall St., N. Y.
DOUBLE YOUR TRADE
llriiffirlsts. (Iroeers nml liratcisl rttre Cldtia
and .lupnn Tens III scnlCil packages, screw top
cam, lioxes or half chests (Irowers1 tubes.
1- end for circular 'I lie Wells Tea Company,
2- U Fulton ."I , S. Y., 1'. IIv I'SV).
I'ileol. 'old bv Diniriflsl.
S-.IMItMWAHIIIPirrAIL IO I fllli.
Dr. ( . II. Howe, Senmi fnll-, . .
A U'LI.K gtiai-.tnlecil to male niul
entile uuciils In their lncalllv.
t.'osls notlilng to ny It rnrtlruliiis
liii' J' W. Vlt KKIIYftCO.,
Vfl IT VI 1 M V Mu b) leal n Telegnil.h
1 UL'lMl JH lvl big nnd take unices on new
lines vvme.il we are iiiiiuiiini; Willi tpcrntnts
Malnry from s)Hlotl(i per mnnth and steady
proniniinii. ratiictuars malleil rr- Addti-s
elrgmph Institute, hmesvlllc, Wlscoti-
Wc will Iniert nn ndvcilbeinent occupying one
incii space (i. iiuix noiipaien; iour woults in
the fnllovvln it nuneis for a?a. Hm ivuulni'
rates of which an our&I.VJ-niir Jirlce being
ies i null o ti v 1 1 1 1 in ii cent jnt uiieper iiioiisiiihi
Hartford, Conn. , Counmt (cod), Daily, .'1,33
vv iiuitnginn,i'ei., i.vcry i. veiling. iiauy, ,isi
Indl inaiHills.liid., ."entiiiel.
Atclilsnn, ban., Champion
llnllhuijtc, .Mil , tiaette,
MilinetirMills.M Inn. .Tribune.
Dalle, 1 1, i. hi
Dally, f, '.')
Newnik, N. .1. , Advcrll.er,
iiaiiyinu . v
'I my, N ,
( levclaud, Oliln,
t i ,
('alicitiiii, l'i ,
MllwaliUe, WI- .
l.C4idcr (it a w). Dailv , 1.', Ijl
lelfersoiiljii, U'ttkly, 'lU
cws, naliy, s,.i
VrgitsM'iilriiit.Wtekly .''..'l VI
iv'irkly, a, II1"'
inineav In I Ik
times and in the dailies iwentv I'mir tlnic
A (JO., II Park
How, . V
The British Quarterly Reviews.
LDINHUKt! ItEVIKW Whig.
LONDON (JlJAltTKULY IShVIKW Con-
WKSTMINSTKIt ltKVIKW Liberal.
MUtTISIl (.iI.'AltTLItLY ltKVIKW
Iteprluted by the
LKONAltl) SCOTT HMILISIIINO CO
it liarclay Street, Now York,
lly arraugcicont with the Kngibh l'ublUli
era vvuo receive a littoral compensation.
Tltcso periodicals constitute a wonderful
tnlscellanv of modern thought, research and
criticism. Thu cream ot all Kiiropuan books
worm rev lowing; is louiiu nere, nun iney
troat ot tho leading events ol thu world In
nrntcrly arlifies written by men who have
kfinwleilgn oi tlic matter- treated.
tiii American J'uli.'islicrs urge upon all In
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