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Mmum Jtnm'f:30 a.ru. to 0:90
KftiBam tivtsa i wpiaiti nunc;
Prater MQ a.m. to :00 p.m.
a.m. I r.M.
Illinois Central K K
Of ml K H
Cairo A Vlncanne
Cairo, Arkansas A
iini at it uauy.
Ohio Klver Kouho
Dally exc't Monday
Mln. Kim Itoate
Dp, Sun, Tu. Krl,
Dowa.Tu Thn Sat.
Friday Saturday 1
O. XV. McKasJO, 1. M.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL E.
T HAITI UAVT CAIRO
ls:ls , m , Dally
... 8:18 0, m
:wi. m...r.xeept attnaay.
4:Hpl m. "
7:30p, m... " "
AHR1TK AT CAIRO
1:00 a, m Dally.
- x:J0p, m...Kxcept Sunday.
S:4)a, ra... " Monday,
SrM p. in... " Sunday.
.IMJ3M. m. " Sunday.
ll.-ejp. m .. "
J ABIES JOHNSON, Afrent.
Freight a -Freight
ST, L0UIS.IRON MOUNTAIN
OMV1BUSKS arrive at and depart from the
offlra, M Ohio Levee, as follows:
TOroufn imgm lenvia juoimny, iveiincsuay
and Friday at l:UDn. in j Arrive on Tuesduy,
Thurttuy end Saturday at 11 ;1S a.m
Texas t-xpnwa icnvcs uauy ai
arrives at 3: JO A M
rassenger Accommodation leaves dally ex
eeptaumlay ati.Wn m.tarrlves dally ai 11:15
Time to all points In Tew and Arkansas,
OA HOURS' LESS THAN BY ANT
Z OTHER BOUTE.
Time from Calm to Little Rock, 1.1 hours.
To Trxamuia, '."2 hours.
To Jefferson, Texas, Si hours,
To Man ball, S6 hours.
Te Sbreiepnrt, Louisiana, 20 hours.
T Dallas, Texas, art hours.
To lleame, Texas, M hours.
To Houston, Texas, 41 hours.
To Galveston, Texas, 41 hours.
O. W. HEatTBKBOTTRO,
Agent Cairo Ills.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
On ami after June 1st, trains will run us fol
ow, Smi'lajs exceptvl, from the coiner of
Second sttre t aul Commercial nTcuuc, C'nlro,
Leave Cairo - 10:15 A. M.
Murphyoro ";.V) 1'. M.
Arrive East St. Ijuls Tis "
leave Kaat St. louls f :30 A. M.
Arrive llurphrburj l.'ilSl'. M.
Leave Murpbjfboro ;oo '
Irrive Cairo 4:(S "
Cpnnectliijf at St. Iouls with all trains West
O'lnrth. J L III.NCKI.KY. Supt.
K. . CLARK. General I'assenaer Agent.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
C Amo, EV AN BVILLE. INDIAN
FOURTEEN HOURS EACH WAV,
AND ALL DAYLIOHI RUN 3.
EttBning Rrgggl, Wlkt ChcJ
lXDIAXAPOLIS AXO C1NCLVXATI KINUitiS.
Leayes Cairo 4.00 . m
Arrives at Carml.... g-n "
Arrives at Vlncennes U:15 "
TIA 8T. LOCI9 AXD SOLTHKASTXIUf RA1LIIOAU.
Arrives at Evanivllle ,,U1,
VIA IHDIAKAroMb A.TU VISCIX.SI. HAILHOAt).
Arrives at Indianapolis. 4:50 p. m.
VIA OHIO AD MlSIISSlrri lUUROAII,
Arrives at Jforth Vernon
Arrives at Cincinnati
. 7;1 "
Ltavas Indiana polls
Leaves Cincinnati -
Leavea Louisville ,
Arrive at Vincenne
Arrives at Camil-.
Arrives at Cairo
H:30 a m,
'.'Mi' p in.
11:40 ii. in
. 4:43 p.m.
to and from all
ilaiing close connections
(Mints Exit and N'nrth. at Inillmninnlt .. n
aanatl.and to and from all poluU South and
Weal of Cairo by rail and river.
hocsd cirr accoumooation.
The Mound City Accommodation runs Wed
nesday and Saturday.
Leaves Cairo...... 12:41 and 5:00 p in.
Leave Mound City 1 slSanH 4:30 p. m.
ITR.pDRidH, H. L. MORRILL,
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CAPITAL. - - 1100,000
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A II. SAeFOKI), Cashier.
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8. Staats Tavi.oh.
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A. II. SAroiu
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Konas juougnt and Bold.
DSl,Wrri general banking
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
. . oiwcxns:
A. U. SAKKOIU), President.
.TAYLpu, Vice President.
W. IIYSLOP. Scc'y aud Trmsuitr.
. llAUCLAY, CltAS. GAUOlUk,
. BTocxrucTii, l'Aix G. Scniii,
. CU.WI.Non.VAI. II. L. lUl.tIS.AV,
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Married Women and Children may
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and Saturday evening for eavlnics deposits only
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THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
Transacts all kinds of a Logiti
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gNEFF, Vice Proaident.
HJNRY WELLS, Oaahier.
T J . KERTH, Aaalatant Oaahier.
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE SKIT and CHEAPEST WA00H MAX-
MANUFACTOBY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Fourth Street
Prioet to suit the Times.
Wholesale Figures, but No Credit I
Mrs. O. MoLEAN,
Next Door to Stuart ft Oholson's
BETWEEN OOMJUEHOIAI. AND
HA8Tlk;BVelve!. ""V' If4' nlhb'.
Also the "Ladles' Drva Reform'
The Truatees of the Cairo City
Property desire to call public attention
to the merits of their property, comprls
Intt n considerable portion of tho City of
Cairo. In Alexander County, In the State
of Illinois, nnd lands Immediately ndja
This city, as I well known, Is situated at
me commence of the umu auu aniMiKippi
rivers, at tim i.rd nf tinlnteruDtcd navl..n-
tlononthe Ml.slssliPl. being below ob
struction hv iiw. in the winter and low
water in Mimmnr. nml ttus hai a clear and
open river communication at all times over
tbe Mltslssli.pl and II" tributaries, with all
the otihtry south, to tbe Gulf ol Mexico
and the Atlantic Ocean. Cairo has also the
same character ni communication with all
tho country north over tbe streams flowing
by Ir, when those etrcims arc not Innavi
gable by reaon oi Ice or low water.
Before the era of Railroads, Cairo had i
commandlni: position as a centre of com
merce and navigation. This importance of
position sue mui pusseescs, nut uas no w tne
additional advantage ot being a great rail
road uenire. a number Ol tho mimt imimrt
ant railroad- io the Valley ol the Mississippi
converging to and having tbelr termini
there. Aiming these, coming from the north
ore the great Illinois Central Railroad.
which traver-cs tbe entire ttatn of IlllnnW
from.lti extreme northern and north-extern
to lis southern limits, and by its connections
extenus imo an iuo great nortnwcsteru
craln producing States : tbo Cairo aud Vln-
. . a - II il..
cemies, extending from Cairo to the City of
iuceiioc, in iii state or Indian, where
its connection afford direct railroad com.
munlcatioii" with all Ka-tcrn cities; and
the Cairo A- .St. Louis ltallroad, arlordinj.' a
uircci rai roan commun oation witn tun
City ol st. Louis and an the railroads een
terltiff there. 1 ho roads comlni? irom tlm
South are Hie New Orleans, Jackson and
Great Northern and tbo Mobllo and Ohio
Kailroads, which give direct railroad com
munication vilth tii cities of Mobile nnd
Now Orlcann, and other Southern Atlantic
tea ports, and by connecting roads with all
tne country satitu oi Cairo: and coming
Irom tlic southwest lithe Cairo, Arkansas
aud Texas Ksllroad. which ailords similar
conitnunicatlon with Southern Ml-souri,
Arkansas and Texas, and the Drlncinal cit
ies of thoso States. This last-named road
will trite, also, direct rounection with the
Texas and I'acillc Hoadwlien It is com le-
ted. thus siting direct communication 1 h
me principal porn or tne racinc Uccan
I here ra Iroad', termUatlngat Cairo, arc
now all completed and in successful onera.
tlon, thoso in Illinois coming into the city
on a bank ol each ol tbe rivers, Ohio and
Mississippi, and terminating at tbelr conflu
ence, thus encircllm: the cltv. Tho Holly
Springs, Browoivhlo and Ohio Blver ltall
road, and tbe Cairo and '1'cnnosce Itivcr
lUIIroad, which will both tenulnalo at
!!nlm. nrn In piinr.A nt onnittiiiulloll aud Will
soon be compltteil. and other railroads both
In lllinui.amlln State south of the Ohio
rlvor. which will a'o terminate at Cairo,
ur projected, ami arrangements made to
imlld them. The construction of these
will greatly increase the rillroad communi
cations ot cairo.
Its central locatlou in the grcr . Valisy of
the Mississippi, and the great wealth of river
and railroad communication, gives to Cairo
unsurpassed advantages as a commercial
point, as it affords to her easy and cheap ac
cess to all the .-rain producing district ol
tbe North and West,andslmirraceessto all
the agricultural produce consumers of the
South, thus presenting the best location In
the West lor an interchange of the respect
Ive northern and southern commodities and
A a manuf actuiing location the position
of Cairo is not less important. The crude
materials of every description, which con
stltute the elements of manufactured arti
cles, abound on every side, Iron ore, coal,
of superior quality, and timber of every
character, more than others, being easily
and cheaply accessible, and tbe rich agrf
cultural region or the Immediate neighbor
hooJ, as well as the more remote districts
rendered tributary to It by river and rail,
furnish supplies ot the necessaries of life in
such abundance as to rmder living except
ionally cheap. When the manufactured arti
cles are produced, the facilities Tor cheap
distribution by river and rail are not
Cairo has a moral, Intelligent, liberal and
enterprising population of about 12,000 has
a superiors) stem ol public schools, which,
with others conducted by private- enter
prise, afford UDbiirp ssed educational ad
vantages Is pos.essod of wcll-etubllshed
cliurcbcs of nearly every denomination
has pubhn and prhato buildings of a supe
rior character-lias climate, which for sa
lubrity and nealthmUnnuenccs cannot bo
surpassed-hm a well-regulated and ef.
cient municipal organisation, its treots
lighted with gas, andotherroetrnpolitan ad
vantages, which make it highly desirable
and In reality not to o excelled as u place
of permanent residence .
Lots and laud in Cairo are now offered at
iXU.i. P,,ce"j affording favorable oppor
tunities to purchase, and the owners pre
fnith' location to the publio as offering
unrivaled advantages lor the successful cs
tarn sbment ot commerclsl or manufaclur.
J,?..c.n,e.,l,,c,t nd the best locality in tbe
country tor protltable Investment of capital.
8. Staats Tayloh,
Cairo, lu., May 1st,' 187.
Younjr mcu and laillw In know that the best
place to obtain a buslne education and an etc-
gam iianu-wriiing is at tne
WORTHIKGTON BUSINESS COLLEGE
I Teledo, Ohio. 8d fiir circular and
samples oi iKnimaiielilp. Address,
II. M. W ontlllNOTOX, Toledo, O.
fieimnnt nnd Profitable Employ
nteal. Itenntifull" Chsrmlngl" "Ob,
how lovely I" "What are they worth f" Ac.
Such arc exclamation' by those who sec tho
IsrKe elefrant New hmrnns produced by the
huropean nnd American Chroma Publishing
Co. They nre sll (icrleet Oems or Art. No one
can resist the temptation to buy when seeing the
Kntleraen out ofemptoyment, will And this the
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mil imrticuiars, send stAmii fur confidential clr
cuisr, Aillres r. (ll.fcASON A CO . ris
umiiiiinuiu oi., iioion, .viass.
$50 TO $10,000
Has been Invested In. Slock Privileges nnd paid
900 a PROFIT
"How to Ho tt.' a Hook imWall .St, tent
tree, liunbrlilffu.t Co.. llnnL. r. iina.r.
Willi St.. v v - .
The choircsl In tho world
Initiorfpri.1 nrti.na.-i .......
Ami'rlrj,-.tilllll artlnlA ..t. .
every uooy-iraiic continually Increa.InK--
o"!twsle1lmr--iH'iH! forrircuhir to ItoUrt
Ladies, Read This !
IF YOU WILL SEND MK YOUIt NAMK
AND P. O. ADD1IKSS, 1 W1I.I, KOIIWAIiD
IIY UKTUIEN M.lf, (KltKE) SOMKTHINU OK
VALUETOYOC. Address AI.ICK.M KKAC11,
TROY, N. Y.
PrlreAl. Sold tiv flruirirl.l..
VKKVAIIIIK1T KAILIS TO CL'ltK.
Dr. I . 11. Howe, Scnccu Falls, X. Y.
A WKEK cuaruiiteeil to null' and
feiiude HKriita lu their lomlity.
Out nothing to try It Particulars
frve ! O. VICKKKY A CO.,
TVTSISir t.ATIt All Kill 3fAKY Terms of
XVA. Anvcrtlinif nrc nni-nil lor llnlr)l
In the Ktalciif 11,1 INOIS I -send fur list
nf pnpcr and schedule ul rutv .ddrrs UEO.
i'. ikj r.i.i. K ( w.,.ili'rilMik' AKents, .o. II
Park Uow. Svx York, lii-fir lo Killlnr nf this
BY vlitilcnf un execution to Hit- ilirecl.il by
the clerk ol'thc circuit court of Alexander
county, in the Mate of lllinni, In favor of Her
nanl McMuiuis andupilnst l.u I 'Ii 1 II 1 13 , 1 have
levied upon the fidlowliigdecribnlproicrty, lu
m , viiu.i'iiui,j if, .. ii;.aiiii- aii'i ouiit;
ol Illinois, to-uit Lots nuinbereil llireu (0 und
four (I) in Mock iiuintvrl fortv-llic (I'd, a
the rroifitv ol' the Mild c Philllnii. ulifcli I
sliHll olTernt pulilli ule ut the soulh-e.t iliHir
orthccouil hou-e In the city of Cairo, In the
county of Alexander und Male ot lllinol. on
the thirteenth day of September D , It'i, at
the hour ol eleven o'clock, a. in., lor cuh, to
uttH'y bnid execution. AI.KX If, IICVI.V,
Slierirrol Alexander Countv, Illinnis.
Culm, lllinol-, Align, t JUt, t-7 "
BY virtue of an execution to me directed by
the clerk of tin circuit court of Alexan.
der county, in the Mate of Illinois, in
James Clonun fur the use of Auu
Uitus r Hal
I have levied
lerberg and aalnst John liuffcy.
e loiiuwini uescrn
decrlbl projierty, in the
said cltv of Cairo in I lie
First Addition to the said
county ol Alexandir unit Mate of Illinois, to-
wit: Lot nunilered eighteen (If) In block num
bered nine (J), as the iro-erly of the utld John
DurTey. w Inch I shall Offer ut nubile sule at the
south-Mcst door of the court house in Hie clly of
Illinois, on the Ihlrlernlh day of .e!einUr A.
Jl IsTi, at the hour of eleven o'clock, a. in., for
cash, to satlffysald execution
Ai.r.A. it IHVIN,
. .Jierlffof Alexander County, Illinois
Cairo, Illinois, August '.'1st, ls75.
BY virtue of two "iiectul executions to mc ill
recleil by the clerk of the circuit court ot
Alexander county, in the State of Illinois, one
in favor of Jane Putney and the other In favor
of'lhomas Lambersun, and both against II.
Watson Wehli, I will offer at public sale the fol
lowing described property, in the city of Culro
County of Alexander nnd Mate of Illinois, to
wit; Lot numbered seven (7), in block num
bered kix (C), lot numbered six (C) In block
numbered twenty-nine (J9) sixteen (lb) feet on
of south side of lot numbeicd tuentv-slx (2C),
and lots numbereil twenty-seven (), twenty
eight (.') und twenty-nine (.-j), In block num
bered twenty-six (w.) and lot numbered the (5)
in block numbered thirty-two (3i), also lot
numbered tlilrty-lhe (ai) and thlrty-elEht (11,
In bloek numleretl eighteen (Is) in the First Ad
dition to said city as the property of the said It.
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