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OfWM atesWM aftwu 7:30 n.nt. to 0:30
kfttlM7 from 7 to 9 ft jn. Money
Orate .) ...tn. to 5:00 p.m.
llilnoU Ontral It 11
Mist. Ontral R R
Cairo ft Vltietnnes
Cairo, Arkansas A
Taa H It Pally
Ohio Hirer Rout
Miss. Hirer lloMte
Dp, Sun. Tu. Frl ,
Friday ft Saturday
U. W. McKmAio, P. M.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.
TIUWI UUn CAIRO
Mall at .....12:15 a. m ..... -..Dailr,
Kxpmt it M8:l(p.m '
jH'i1 at ! m...Kirejit Sunday.
Freight at .....11:00 a.m... " "
Freight at 4:80 p. m... " "
rntght at 7:90p. in.- "
AltBlTI AT CAJIIO
Kail at - 3:00a. ra ....Daily.
Knrea t-........ 3:S0p. m...Kxcept Sunday.
Freight S:15a. m.- " Monday.
(inntu. iihii, m. Sunday
FrsyrM a.-...W:00 a. m... " Sunday
ICIUt 44a Mau V J l ill (
JAMES JOHNSON, Agent
ST. LOUIS JBON MOUNTAIN
""VMXIBUSES arrire at and depart from the
' onicc. .v unto Jree. as loiinws:
Throiifth freight' knits Monday, Wednesday
and Friday at li:00 a. ra. Arrives on Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday at llsl.1 a.iu
ihu unma leaves uauy at
I'UO l M
arrive at 3:J0 A.M.
lajwnrrr .arcnniinQUailon lemrs il.tlly ex
empt Sunday at 2:W a.m.j arrives dally nt It: 15
Time to all points In Texas and Arkansas,
Time from Cairo to Mttle Rock. 13 honrs.
Ts Texarcaaa, Si hours.
To Jefferson, Texas, 83 hours.
To Marshall,' 28 hours.
J b5TTefl2lt' J-ullana, 29 hours.
Te Dallas, Texas, 20 hours.
To llearne, Texas, 38 hours.
To Houston, Texas, 41 hours.
To Galvciton, Texas, 41 hours.
O. W. &ZQTEXBOUIIO:
Agent Cairo Ills.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
On and after June 1st. trains will run as fol
owj, Sundays excepted, from the corner of
fftftjo'i street and Commercial avcutie, Cairo,
2ave Cairo - .. 10:1 A. M.
" Mnrphysboro S.VIirM.
Arrirs East ft t. Louis 7:":.."
leave EutSMjuls .30 A. M.
Arrive Murphrsbora.. 1 : 1 5 1 . M.
tve Murphysboro................ i;oo "
irrlve Cairo.......... i:o "
Connecting tt St. Louis with all trains West
ndSortn. J L. HINCKLEY, Supt.
K. W, CLAttK, General I'a.seiujer Agent.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
CAIHO, BV ANBVTLLE, INDIAN
ixou.VArous a.vb cixcwjtATi nrnt..,
Leaves Cslro t.M a
Arrives stfarmL...- fc-
Arrires tt VIncennes -.r..ll:15 '
TU ST. LOCIS AXD SOUTIIEAStrilX nAlLKOAD.
Arrive, at Evansvllle ;18 ,,.m.
ui4.nram AKIl VISCE-V.VES
. 4:30 I,, m.
OHlOMD Hlssmslrn IWtLIIOAtl.
Arrives at horth Vrnon...
Arrives at Cincinnati .
Ltaves Indianapolis .
... fi:. u ra.
Arrives at Vincennes
- 2:00 n tn.
to and frr.m aI
leaves vincennes -.. ..
Arrives at CarroI .
Arrives at Cairo ...
Maxlng close connections
points East and North, at ImM&nniinllminil ci...
Anati, wid tpand from all polnU South and
w os uairo uy ran ana nvtr.
The Mound City Accommolatlon runs Wed
ne4sy and Saturday,
Lsaves Mound f:llv
X. B. QOODRVfiH. IT r. Hnsir
, , uuai ami V
froT inrormation relative to rates and con
nections, apply to JAMES MALLOitY,
71 Ohio Levte.
work or tbe lUna In tiie World."
KOTICB8 OF THE i ntss.
. ThS !?er ,n""lnK circulation ot this
excellent monthly proves lu wmtinued
adantlon tn nnnnUr il.nl,.. j '. .
. r .t . . . i uiu uueuR. in
deed, when we think Into how many homes
it penetrates every month, we must con.
aider It as one of the educators m wmi
entertainers of tbe public mind, for It vast
popularity has been won by no anneal to
jtupid rreJudJcoi or depraved tastes. Ros-
TK ehaiacter which this 3Iagzino nos-
jiT. '""c,'Jn,nse,anisuc wealth,
and literary cu ture thRt baa kept pace with
Ult has not led the times, should cause Its
conductors to regard it wfth lustiuable com-
.Mceucy. aito entitles them to a great
Malm llnnn . V. ....,.,( . i . 0
iazliie has dono good and not evii all
the days ot its Ufe-Brooklyn Eagle.
Portage tree to subscribers in the United
su1meiC,iMBazlne one ycor....$ 00
wUHiKn?iiM to "rper's Masazlue,
o0,' ? f??.dreu for. one'
i.1.,' to one-addr7 fo'r ZlIl0?!:
pos tatro free
CW ol cither the H.M,i,.
noeiaiy or uazar win be supplied gratis for
T.ry club of live nubKrlberi at K w each
without extra copy; postage free. '
Back nuxnbera cu bo supplied at any
A complete act of TTamnr'u Mi..,i..
H- iJ!1.11 b.'en hy exproM, freight at
S2'a-?e,MMSU.v'lume, bf maU, postpaid,
g&CAW to'b-dtarfc cPcnti,;
."TffffifWnMio conv this ad
strmeaaetn wiuiout me exnreaa ,
ddrtie JIASFR UUOTllEUa, N. Y,
am m imiiuni weakness.
1 aad ell diaerders brouRhl
"Arc tiny friends of the deceased
present?' yelled n policeman ns they
dragged a body Iroin the waters ot tlio
Chicago river. Yes, sir, I'm a friend
of the deceased 1" shrieked n quack doc
tor In the crowd. " Vere'g ycrpnln-rc
movln' liniment, only twctity-flvc cents n
bottle ; step right tip, gentlemen !''
It was at n party that somo young
ladies were discussing the relative bene-
tltsof the sparrows and the worms, when
one of the lair ones appealed to young
Fizzleioti, who had Just joined them, and
had not caught the drift ol the convcrsa
tion. " Which do you think the wonu,
worms or sparrows?" What did the stu
pid brute do but Innocently answer, " 1
don't know; I never had sparrows."
"Oh, yes, gltnme ten cents' worth of
hair pins," added an np-rlver farmer, ns
hu was about to leave n store, and, while
they were being handed down, he con
tinned: "It's h'ar plus to-dav atrl rib
bons to-morrow and a tooth brush next
day. The gal Is always wanting sonic
lllin-llam thing, and I shouldn't be sur
prised if sho'd some day get up and want
mo to bring home, one of them combs
Willi n brass back."
There is nothing like the delicate
tact which fixes upon appropriate gifts.
Mr. John Sower has nroscntcd to the
Marlon Female College in Virginia a
beautiful ball of hair taken from the stom
ach of the cow, a boar's tusk seven Inches
long, and u wildcat's claw about one and
half inches In length. These lovely
souvenirs nre to be deposited in the inu-
senni of the college, to be gazed atjby the
charming eyes of tiie sweet undcrgradu.
ates of the future. One can imagine the
awfuls!" "horrid things!" and "Oh,
mys I" with which they will be greeted.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Oooda Sold Vory Close
Corner 19th St. and Commercial At
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
XOR.TH siDr. nt? KiaiiTii htkKEI '
Between Wanhincton and Commercial
A BOOK FOR JHE M1LLI0H:
laXiixriiiel uiz,:;, rit
M..JJ I l"TT. U. ttrileUfKai
Wulofl. 1 US mlUo M
I iLt Hlul trttta.vlOi tA
" SiKntrUa Is u MlsaM it rrptMKusa, iimm
TkU U IftttTMIlA vvk at In haadMA i
tiM. iia boarQj S4TTlfif. mni suUu vtlusi
UwrmtUea lor U..M Vho .ra marrlftA ar eealK.ela!a rr..r.
rial.; ilU Ulit taas Ull ! ta U tf um Wet
auS ft. aal m ten nromrij tint Us kw.
It niuu iu aiatrtraoj ul a4Tk tt a it'iieUa
SVsn rtpitatioa li crU vtla. uS tn!4 UlmlUin
utrs'traftrtrr Bala its Smiia Uraaiactl ut ur
.ji J . . awif , as aiaca Laai u tf
Baatt at, im irraa of utlw) fat flftr Csu.
ASlrau Dr. bmf Wqwii;, Ka. It h. Xlaia tins'
Notice te the Affllctta end Unfortunsts.
r-fort apalrtaf u tbs ftaiartow qaaski at. al,,nU. la
W.iia ,aira, ww a.ia aaj aaca rraatlia.. Mtw Dr.
atu aark. ba matwr tl saur oUMaaa u at Lev d!r.
at 'a yaar caa4IU.a. '
1. laAaraaS 9J aaaa ar taa raal aalatrw4 urtletl rrer.a.
am at Ali mitrr u Xaraaa, utmta aaaatiiaa tt.
aaayar aj na.i.Ba waaiaaaaaa IBUMla mii Vatba.
para Mi (larlara, la 11 Karih aijiu, iua.1. tataaat
laltnai.l'ctaaatU fit. Uala.SU. '
LAKE FOREST ACADEMY.
A t'ollrKf I'rs-nnrntory ami Arnilritiic
ih-uqui ior uvy uitu ioiiiik .It ii.
lulUiUliijd vllhaconsof six rxiivrirnci'.l
teachers I our male Knuluatia of KoMern ud
Wges. Hoard and Tuition, at1) l.er miattrfi
ran lennbtglna fcept a. IVir cauloifm- aud
Information addn the I'rlnchial
ALIIERT It. SARIN, A M , Ijke IV
Hcv. it W. I'ATIhRSON. 1), I) , I'rn
Kit. Allllll II Mm HL-r t
v l -re".
, 'ilie underulriiel hs tiie pleasure of unnnunr.
MX to the Citizen, of Cairn amlirio r.n.,
fmntrv thnf tin In.
Mt av mm MUtUllSllHi U
for the ale of Joeph Schnalder's celibrated
ST, LOUIS LAGER BEER,
'10NV NIKDKRAVIESEII. Ant.
Iieit under I'Untew' House. 8
t'tutraUy UtiUi, EltginUy YmMti,
The Commercial Hotel of tho City.
Q-) GO 2 C S
uj S p w sf g
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
Xlc .Si. "AMJI1AY. 1'reslitent.
HENRY I.. HAI.MIJAY, VIccPrest.
A. II. SAFFORIl, Cashier.
ALTER HVaLOl', Ass't CoJhUr.
Staata Tivinn. I! If ;.'.-..-......
ihh- U.AtUDv W. l'.' HAtxtDAr, '
U. 1. Willi aihox. Stei'Iik.s Hikd.
A II. SArronu
Exohango, Coin and United States
tsonas nougnt and sold.
' Dtbu?ineSiUor.iVt,, aD'' B KCnC' bink,n8
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. SAFFORIl, 1're.ldcnt.
8.8. TAYLOR, Vice I'resi.lent.
W . HYsLOr, Scc'y and Tnsurer.
!. Barclat. Pn n.TWMiro
fcrocxrLKTit, I'acl G. Scimi,
Ccy.vjxcnAW. II L. Haluuav,
J. M. rillLLII'S.
INTEREST paid on iIcjkhIIs at the rate of six
percent lwr annum, March let and Septem
ber 1st. Interest not irifhdrntm in ojlilml ItnniM
dlatelr to the ririncinal of tiic deiKults. ihcrebv
Kivintr them couiiound interest.
Married Women and Children may
jjcposir. money ana no ono
elso can draw it.
Onen fTerv buslneAsilar frftm.im. to 3 P.m.
and .Saturday evenings for wuings deposits only
w. UTBMr, Treasurer.
THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
Transacts all kinds of a Losriti-
mato Banking Business.
V. BROSS, President.
HENRY WELLS, Caahler.
T. J. XERTH. AsaUtant Cashier.
The Gamble Wagon
MANUKA CTUIIKU 11V
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE BEST and CHEAPEST WA00N MAN
MAKUPACTOBY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Fourth Btroot
Prices to suit tho Times.
Wholosalo Piguros, but No Credit I
Mrs. O. McLEAN,
Next Door to Stuart St Oholson's
BETWEEN COKXEKCIAL AND
.t fM'j Vi)v lt Corsets,
d Cloves, Hosiery, Worsteds,
Also the "LVIIey Press Reform'
And all the new styles of trimming: Silks for
Hnrlnr and Summer.
"J1"SI.!!?01' will I sold at very low Dir.
nrcs, for CASH and CASH ONLY. I-ll-lf
Tho Truitocs of tho Cairo City
Proporty desire to H public attention
to the merits of their froperty, compris
ing a considerable poitlon of the City of
Cairo. In Alexander County, In the State
of Illinois, and lam!' Immediately adja
This city, as Is wellknowu, is Mtuntcdat
the confluence of the llilo and MlscMupl
rivers, nt the head of tmlntcruptcd naviga
tion on tho MUsIt8ltVl, bolus; below ob
structions by ice In tlio winter and low
water In summer, an I tt.us has a clear and
open river communication nt all times over
the Mississippi ami it- tributaries, witli all
tlio country south, to tho Uulf ol Mexico
and the Atlantic Uceaa. Cairo has also the
same character ol communication with all
tlio country north orr the streams tlowlng
by it, when tlio.o streams nre not Innavi
gable by reason oltce or low water.
Uclorc tlic era of Railroad", Cairo had a
commanding position ns a centre of com-
inerco and navigation. This Importance ol
position she ttlil possefses, but has now the
additional advantage ol belnir a crcat rail
road centre, a number ol the inoi-t Import-
uni raliroaurin iuo auey ottnc Jlississippi
convcrius to and having their termini
there. Anions these, coming from the north
arc the great Illinois Central Railroad,
which traver-ei tho entire Mate of Illinois.
(rom;its extreme northern and north-cstera
to Its southern limits, aid by Itsconnectlons
extends Into all the crcat northwestern
grain producing States the Cairo ntid Vln
ceiine, cxUndmgrroni Cairo to the City of
mceiinrs, in iuo oiaiaoi inuiani, where
its connection' anora Utrect ral road com
iilinliintliid n 1 1 ll fill l . . tnvn ,.ltlt.m .
the Cairo .V ;t. Louis ltallroad. unordlmr a
uircci raiiroiu communication with the
City ot St. Louts and all Uio ra roads ecu
terinz there, 'i he roads comlntr Iroin the
South nre the 'ev Orleans. Jackson and
Great Northern and tho Mobile and Ohio
Railroads, wh eti give direct ral road com
munlcatlon with the cities of Mobile and
cw Orleans. andotber Southern Atlantic
tea ports, and by connoctlng roads with all
uie country iouiu ot Cairo; ana coming
iroin mo souinwcsi lsiae Cairo, Arkansas
and Texas Railroad, which allords similar
communication with Southern Missouri,
Arkansas and Texas, and the crlnclnsl -It.
ics of thoe States. Tii last-named road
will give, also, direct eouneetlon with the
Texas and l'acltlc Uoad when It is com rio
ted, thus clvlti'' direct communication with
tne principal porn ol tlio racltio Ocean
inesc rauroaus, terminating at Cairo, arc
now ail commoted and In succeisful nnera,
tlon, those In Illinois eorsffng into the city
on a bank ol each of the rivers, Ohio and
Mississippi, and terminating at their conflu
ence, imis encircinir tho citv. Tho Hoi v
Springs, Urown-viilu and Ohio River Kail
road, and the Cairo and Tennessee Itli-rr
Railroad, which will both torjif
Cairo, arc In course of construction and will
soon be complf and other railroads notn
in Illlnoind in states south of the Ohio
river, which will a'.-o terminate at Cairo,
nre projected, and arrangements made to
build them. The construction of these
will greatly Increase the rillroad communi
cations ot Cairo.
Its central location In the treat Vallev nt
the Mlselsfippl.aDd the ijreat wealth of river
and railroad communication, gives to Cairo
uusurpiii-seu uuvanuij'ta as a commercial
point, as it afford- to her eay and cheap ac
cess to all tbe eraln produchif; districts ol
the North and Wet,aodlmllaracceMto all
the agricultural produce consumers of the
South, thus prc'entlnu the ben location in
me wesiioran interchange of the respect
ive northern and southern commodities and
As a manufscturlur loc.nl nil 11m fiAtt r(nn
of Cairo is not leu nportsnt. The crude
mill.te.rUit or,ever- deKriptlon, which con
stltute the elements ol manufactured artl.
ties, abound on every d-Je, Iron ore, coal,
of superior .jual ty, and timber of every
character.moru tbsn ethers, belnr easily
and cheaply accculUe aod the rich atrrl
cultural region of tle .inmediato neighbor-
i1 i "mle remote uisiricts
rendered tributary to ,t jy rlver ancl ra
funiWi Huppllesoi fieteceksarieeof life In
such abundance a. tor.ndcr Jlvlni? except
ionally cheap. V bet the manufactured artl
Mt!!H,rn,r.r?,(1VCv d,.t,e Acuities for cheap
t u- U 1 rwJ1 are "ot
enVertil'in', ,Wal I'itelllcnt, liberal and
cuieriiritini: iiotiiii.1,i,. m ...
vlVlVnTl,?.,;5'"'''! ' PubUo Whoortl, Which,
)Vi.i 'winded by privato enter!
v,.V.t.:,a """"irpisscu euucaiionai ad
churXf" Pressed of well-established
i,y , ,7 "f"'1 evcrJr denomination
rinr1,! u '.w.?"1 1'fi ate buildings of a supo-
iiVfrritv-, .7,1 1 ."a cuwaie, wnicn ror sa
1r!,i iJHhuIlnllOenccii cannot bo
iirffnt ,r.L? wcll-rcjfulated and iT-
S,N organleatlon, its atrects
J.r,f ... and other metropolitan ad-
ind tfiV,$rth 'tDak0 il '''Khly desirable
W ,Jrt lJ "o.1 .t0 ,' cxcclfed as a place
- "Mini resiacntc.
fmii,,h,e !OMtlon to tho public
sin ihn ui ".ir.v ti.r' r..v.r ""v"'.. r'-
,",!," ?lt(1 "dvantages tor tho successful e.
in. . ' commercial or manuractur.
r'"'ke" and the best locality in tho
country (or protltablo Invcstmcntof capital.
B. Staath Tayloii,
CA"o, lLi., Muylst, 187.
$50 TO $10,000
Ifns been Invested ItiHtnck Privileges nn1 paid
900 1 PROFIT
'How to Do II." a Hook on Wall Hi , sent
rrrc. TumliriilKC Si Co,, Hankers A Krokcrs, '2
i an alii i
DOUBLE YOUR TRADE
IlriiRKlfits, (Irocen nnd Heaters! Tiire China
nnti iinpan leas in scaled packages, screw toi
rnim, iKixrs or nan cnesis ,roers' prices
reiin lor rimiinr. 'I tin noil 'im iviimintif
'in Fulton St., N. Y., 1'. (, llov IW.
l'rlcc1. Solil by Ilmstrlst.
SVMllKWAllll IF IT FAIL"'
Dr. t . II, Howe, Seneca Falls, N
iu i. nr..
A WKI:K sruarantced til luali' and
female agems In their locality.
Costs nothitiff tn Ir? It Particulars
tree. 1" O. VICKKUY ft CO.,
YA f TTfi A! 17 V" "'""l lc" Telepmpli
1 UUi)U JUlilii(rimd take unices on new
lines "iiicii care luriiUliinic with oiierutors.
siiiui) iimuiiMutiuu iht iiioiiiii ami sleauv
promotlpn. Particulars mailed fire. Addrtvs
Ttlejrropli Insllltile, .lanesville, WNcoi'i-
We will Infer! an adveillfement orctinvlnv one
inch -puce (!-' lines nonpareil) four weeks in
the folluwltiif -."J papers for tS, the regular
nitswi iTiiiennrr oir our Jincc IK-inir
less than 01111-1111111 it cent nr Hue per thousand
llaririinl.L'oim.. ( ournnt (cod), Dully, .',.V:1
i iiiiuu)iiiiii, nil., i.iitj- r.iciiui.imiiy, .,ui
Weekly, 6, Hsi
Atchison, Itau., Cliamiiun
llaltliuore, .Mil , (luitic,
.1 ii ii
Newark, N, J. , Advertiser,
nan) loll, . i .,
Troy, N. Y.,
Uticit, N V ,
Clc eland, Ohio,
(,ale.tnn, 'lex ,
.-iltuai, ixt kly, a,,vi
'limes. Dullv. e.'iJO
lliidct, Weekly, i),.Vt
Herald, Dally, 6, Ml
" Wetkly, e.r.l'i
Herald, lallv, !i,in
i oilier (ji a wj.uauy, is, in
leirenoiilau. Weekly. 6. Il
News, Dally, I'.mi
AdvertNeiiienls iipiiear In the weeklies tour
wiiiv. uim in inu imiiir.- I'liir-iiiur llllie-
A,Ii!it f.'. l I. I
ItUWl.l.l, A CO., 4t Turk
Row, N. V.
"A RrMiNllnry l rnoliltiH, 1'lennurc
NOTICES Of THE 1'ltKltj.
Till. Iti.rl. o.lllnil .i-lth .....,l.ll.,.il..
- . vu.vv.. ...,u m .uii , luu IIUI,
of tact and talent that we seldom lind In any
Journal; and the journal iUcll Is the orifsc
of the jrreal worldof fashion. llotonTruv-
Thp Itayar rntnfni.nilri lliAlllnnv...flAni.
her of the household to the children by
droll and pretty picture, to tbe vount; la
dles by its tashlon-plates ln endless variety,
to the provident matron by iu patterns for
the children's clothes, to patrlamllias by
ItS taatnflll ftp.tL-na fnr fttnl.rnMArAH .11
and luxurious drc..ln owns. Rut the
reading matter of tho Unzar U tlntfnrmlv nf
b. v. ... .v. Mtiv ,'..,.i j.ai. ui'iJUiri'U
. ariio nopularlty rorlhii flr.',ldo enjoyment
It aflords. H. Y. Evening iot.
Harper's Hazar, ono ycar....l 00
Kour dollars ilirlltdpa lirnmrmnnl .t I T
S. Postage by the publishers.' ' "
SuhecslptloB to JInricr'it Magazine.
eckly, and liazar. to ono address for ont
year, s 10 00; or two of Harper's I'eriodt.
cals, to one address for one year, $7 00
posture irce. '
An extra copy of cither tho Magazine,
Weekly, or liazar will he supplied cratls
for every club of live subscribers at 84 00
iZ$,'!n ?'!c "mltUnce ; or, six copies foi
t20 00 without extra eopy ; postage Irce,
Hack numbers can be supplied at any
The seven volumes of Harper's Bazar, for
the years I'M 'C9, '70, '71, '7'J, '73. '74, 'ele
gantly bound In green morocco cloth, will
be sent by express, freight prepaid, for
v i Oil each.
aSTNewspapors are not to copy this nd-
ni'.Ti1.' tht"tthc express oiders ol
Harper A- lirothers.
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