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Uivki Hoirms From 7:30 n.m. to C:'J0
.( Winniy iruui , iuini.ni. .nunc
Jr o:w n.m. to u;w p.m.
Arrivr
a.m. I r..
liSO i
0;89,
. A.
.to ido
Illinois Central 11 It
.Lit, Dally r; "
Miss. Octilml U II
i . Dally,
Cairo 'ft Vlncrnncs
Cnlra, Arkansas A
Trras It It Daily
Ohio lllvrr Ilnute
Hilly cxc.'l Monday
Miss lihrr ItoHtc
Up, Sun. 'Hi Frl
I"wn,Tii '1 hil cm
Tli,.hn Unfile
8:W"
V'lW
6:00 i
10;00
A-.tiO
100
fl-ro
I
:w;
6:00
Friday A SslunMr
y .McKkami, V M.
TIME CARD.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
T1U.USB LVX CAIIIO
Mali at 13:15 ra . Hail)'
Kxprrss nt 3:16 it m "
rrciftkt at 4:Wi. m-Exccpt .tnily .
Fnlghtat ..11:00 a m...
Freight at .. :30ii ni... " "
Frcifflit at 7:30i,. in... " "
ANIUTS AT OAIIIO
Mali it . 3:00a. Ill Daily.
Kidini lU ... x:Jdp. m-.Kxccpt Sunday.
rrslght ,....8:On. m... " Monday.
Freight t 8:M p in... " Similar
Freight a ...... .10 07 a, m.- " Sunday.
Freight a, ...........n)!' m
JAMU3 JOHNSON, Asront.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
TXBCIl CARD.
On antlnflcr .tunc lft. trains will mn a fol-
ows , Similar excepted, from the corncrof
Second street anil (Jomtiiciclal niriino, Cairo,
Illinois:
(lOiMi xonru.
Iave Cairo -
' Murphysbom
Arrive Kasi St. Louis
...... 10.15 A 31.
..... S..WT 31.
OOINU SOl'TII
JVave Ka.t St. Iouls $."' A. M
iVrrlve Murphraborj Wi 1 31.
lave Murphysboro ...... l:i "
VrrlrcCalri) - .......... :F- "
Connecting at St. Louis with nil trains West
ami Norm. J I. HINCKLEY, stipt.
II. V. CLAIIK. Gem.ni! I enser Agtnt.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
CAIRO, EVANSVILLE, INDIAN
APOLIS, CINCINNATI
and LOUISVILLE.
FOURTEEN HOURS EACH WAY,
AND ALL DAYLIOHT RUNS.
Msg Thrangh Withoat Change !
INlUAXArOM AM) CISCIKXATI Kxrni:-.
Leave Calm t:C0 a. m
Arrives at larml.. ... n.l:l "
Arrives at Vinornues 11. 15 "
VIA ft. LOCIS AMI SOLTIIK SSTIC11X TUII.IIO.III.
Arrives at Eiansvllle 1.18 p. in.
VIA I.YMAXArOLIS AND VIS'CKX.NKS ltAlLlll) All.
Arrives nt InJuinapoll. 4:50 ji in.
VIA OHIO AND MISSIMlrrl IIAILI'.OAD.
Arrives at North Vernon. C ;15 p.m.
Arrlvei at Ciuclnnnrt :uu '
Arrivlat Uuisvlllc -7:13 "
CAinoKxrnrs.
Leavci Imllanapolls S:ro .m.
leaves Cincinnati. :::- "
Luives Luiiiaville ":() "
Arriveoat Vinciimcs 2:tx p in.
litavet VinccnnvA....... I'rJ'l '
leavet Evansville. 11:10 n.m.
Arrivea at Carral..... 1:43 p.m.
Arrives at Cairo !i::k) "
Halting close conncctloua to anil from all
points East anil North, nt Imltanapolis ami C'ln-o.-uiati,
ami to anil from nil points South mnl
Went of Cairo liy rail anil rl er.
XOCNDCtTV ACCOMMODATION.
Tlie Mound City Accommodation runs Wed
nesday and Saturday.
Ideates Cairo 12:2.1 and 5:0Op in.
LAivrs Mound Cilv t ilSand .'.::) p. m.
M7B. QOODUlCn, H. L. MORRILL,
Gen' Ticket As' X, tientrul feup't
u-rur lnionnawon reinuve io niies unn con
Dtctlons, ajiply to JA3IK4 3I.I,LOItV,
71 Olilu 1-eliT.
SheWff't Sale
BY virtue of an c.vrcullnii to me dlrectiil by
the clerk of the circuit court of A ltfuinlcr
county, In the state orililnois, In fiivur t.l lli r
nanl JlcJIauus amtnKaint U-e I'lillllp", I have
leTied upon the following described projierty , in
tlierlly of Calro.county of Alexander and State
of Illinois, to-wlt: Iitsniimbeitil tlnvc (J) and
lour (I) in block nuiiibetiil forty-llvu ('), as
the property of Ihesaid Ix'e I'mlllii, vthlrli 1
fhall offerat public fale at Hie dciilli-wit ihior
of the court house In the city of Cairo, in the
county of Alexander nml State of Illinois, on
the thirteenth day of September A 1). , li7i, ut
the hour of eleven o'clock, a. in., fur ensti, to
Mtlsfy bald execution. Al.KX. IIIUVIN,
ilUiiipis, August Vlfct, 1I-73.
aaei
TDY vlrt"0 or nn execution to me dirccico
. i j iuu tii-iib ui liiruuiuit cuuri oi jje.vau
dcr county, In the .state of llllnoU, in fa or of
James uonau lor me use oi aiikiuius , llal
lerberr andaL'uint John DulTvv. I hav li'vlil
uiion the follovvlni? described properly, in the
rirsi wuiumon io ine ruiu ciiy oi Miiro in uic
county of Alexander nnd Ktnle of Illinois, to
wlt: Lot numbered eighteen (ItO in block nuin
bred nine (.), us the prorty of the said .John
lluffey, which 1 shall offer lit publlu nilu at the
fcoulh-west door of the court house In the city of
Cairo, in the county of Alexander Inn! Stale of
Illinois, on the thirteenth day of September A.
1. l75,at ihe hour of eleven o'clock, u. in,, for
culi, to hatUfy said execution
, , ALE.V. II 1KVIS.
Sheriff of Alexander County, Illinois
Cairo, Illinois, August '-Mat, lfiJ.
"-Si-Id.
Sheriffs. Sale.
BY virtue of two sjpeclal executions to ine dl
rected by tlie clerk or the circuit court ol
Alexander county, In the state of Illinois, one
la favor of Jan l'utney and the other in fivor
nf I bonus Lambenon, and both against II.
atiwn S bbl will offer nt public sale the fol
biwIngdescrlbeilproirty,ln.tlie city of Cairo
County of Alexander aud Suteof .Illinois, to
Fl,!1ty,,?.umterdM.vrnPt In block num.
Ured Ux (C), lot numbered jlx (0) In block
irombered twenty-nine (fc) sixteen (10) fitiolf
or fcouih tide oflot numbereii twenty-six (JC),
"Pi:?'.!.numU:ri:1 twentvseven (27), twenty
eight Ut) and twenty-ninc CM), in block mun-j-rl
twentj-slx (ft) and lot numbeie.1 flic (S)
In block numUred thirty-two (il), ulso lots
uumuered ttilrty.flve (3.) and thlrty-clpht (S),
In blo.- numbered elithleen (l) In the Kim Ad
rtltiou to wild city as the properly or the said II
-ll" W,Vb' ."t the soutU-west door of Ihe
court house In t he said city of Cairo, county of
it7Sn,?er u?'1 su,e r t Illinois, on the thir
teentti day of beptemUr, A. I. 17S. at the
V?U.r,nHtit,",t,i'1":1'. -. forcjIliVtoiatfli
f J said executions, AI.KX II. IUV1.N
n i SMrlSof Alexander County, llliuuls
Cairo. Ills,, Augturmt, Ib7S
a-il.til.
WAUtlNH.
The GamMe Wagon
ixjiiiroxa,
MANUrACTUItUL) UY
JOHW P. GAMBLE.
,B ,MT "4 CHEAPEST WA00H XAV
O-ttO LEVEE
KM Trthrourth Btrosjt "
C7XX.O,
Site-
PAi?AGRAPHS.
..'..".r., "'" ."
"Voit would '- V''ty rctly, iiileciT,'
.nlil n tfcntlcmnii, pntroiil.liijjly, to n
yoim'Irtily. "ir your t-yrs ivctvV -jitly u
lit tic larppr." "My "ryes mny iV very
mall. slr. I't ftifli people 'n you tlon'r
Mil llirm."
At Clcvcfnml, 'IViin., tlic Hlltcrtlny, it
wagon load ol 1 tl UrM-clas? water mol
oils solil for $1.75; wlille In Mini tu'llt
Ijorlni: town of Wlialicstur it irngou loail
of noble tlani'ons win olll'rcil tit 25 cents
a bushel', ,.
A. caso liivolvinjr illly thoiHiuul tlol-
Iiim wits ikoiiloil a few tlnys ago In Tnl
qucrnlne, Louisiana, by a negro juty, of
which no one could read or write. They
brought In iT coniineheiflvo verdict,
"Yf"o find he had a rlglit to make the allt.
davit." 'i'lio .ludgc liifjtiltcd nhellier
they meant to llml 'the defoudaut, and
the foreman nt haphazard ald "Ve;"'
but since the plaint 111 made "the alll
davit." nobody knows exactly what they
meant, and (hey will probably have to
til the case over airaln.
This good little boy w.t? sitting on
the front step whittling tip hli fUter'
embroidery frames and muttering to
himself, "This nluM no good world to
live In unless n feller Is hU father's ami
mother' only orphan boy. What make
me git 'o mad U to have my il-ter go
and take all my ripe jwacJiij to g.ve to
that Mg latter of a stvtx'tlit'.trt of br-
that route 'round hero seven nights lu a
v cok to git a Mptare meal, aud makes out
a if be wanted to talk politi'-s w ith the
old mill. I wish tlwy'd marry and go to
Texn, I do I" And then he threw the
remnants of the fr.tmos In the tret t and
Ri'iucd liirhter he.trtwl.
" rnmitlrtr 1'lrtorlal lltSorjr of tli
'linieV "I lie lie!. cUe.-pel. itiul
niiiot iurce-riil riinilly I'-per
in (lie l iiluii
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inimitable cartoons neip to mourn tue ssu
tlments ot tho country. l'lttsburB Com
murebl.
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AN OI'I'OltTt'NITY IS
ifteiisl at Vlckslmrir.
lls , for liladnir ,,
DANIEL LAMPERT,.
Fashionablo Barber
AND
NOKTH SIDE Ol''muUTH STREET
Between Wa-hltoand Commercial
,E. JIAKElt.No.il N heveniliht.,Hl I.ouls.Mo.
rot) CAXMAKJi IT VAT, '
trade between lhat city lulVer'
"..llt. 1 ' "0!t '' VIck-lsHtw, .Miss.
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THE
City National Bank
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL,
$100,000
orrtcKn.
W ! ILVLLIUAY. lresldent.
IIKM.Y L UALLIUAV. Vlc I'test
A II x.VFKOltl), Ciuhivr
WAL1KII UY?LOl. Ass'tCaohlsr
DltUtCTOM
S Staats Taylor, I:. It Gl-.xvinoii vv.
It I. . Ilttlimr. W l ll.i,,,..v
C! H Williavsox. -ru ( litiu).
A It. S.isronu
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
KPOSITS received and a general banking
-ua.ui.-a nyntc
Enterprise Saving
BANK.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1860
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
-.-
urncKii:
A 11. SAl'I'OKK, 1'ivsident.
S. S. T.VYI.OII, Vice President.
W. 1IYM.U1', sec'yuudTivasuur.
inm.cToiis:
1. JI. IlAIlCLAV, (,'IIAS. nAl.inilI.ll,
K. M STOCKI I.KTII, 1'AI I. O t-C'lini,
It. II Ce.VMMUIAU, II L. llALLIKAV,
I. .1. I'lllI.I.ll'.'.
TNTnilKSTiHiMon deposits nt the rate of six
X percent jK-ruinniui. .March l.t unit Siteni
ln r 1st Interest not wltlidrawii Is uililml liiimi
ill.iti-ly to thu principal of the deposits, thereby
giving them comiiouud Intel est.
Married Women and Children may
Deposit Monoy and no ono
else, can draw it.
jpen veiy i,M8iuri!iiii numni.iu. iu ,.
.....I te.it..l.. . ... ....I., itm li.r ui v'tmr. .1 in. n. It.. ,i,tl v
. lrom to k clock.
W. HYSX.OP. Treasurer.
THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
Transacts all kinds of a Legiti
mate Banking Business.
v nitnss .
P. NKFF, Vice Prealdent.
HENRY WELLS, Cashier.
T. J. KERTH, Aaatatunt Cashier.
0.1-3-11-lf
SPRING!
MM SUMMER!
Prices to suit tho Times,
Wholosalo Figures, but No Credit I
Mrs. O. McLEAN,
Next Door to Stuart & Gholson's
. EIGHTH STREET,
BETWEEN OOMMEROIAI, AND
WASHINGTON AVENUES.
HATS' H"nnrts, Flowers., I.aces, Itlbbons,
Md Gloves, Hosiery, Worsteds.
Also the "tallies' Ore Inform
COHJ3BT,
And all the new styles of trluinilng Silks for
biriiur uud Summer.
B3These goods will be sold at very low fig-
into, iilr wAnu ami u.vnu u.M.v. .ll..".itf
ST. -OTJIS
LAGER BEEE!
Tho uiiileralriied has the pleasute of announc
liig to tho eltl7.eii olHilio undthi- Miiroitiiding
country thai ho has established a
BEER DEPOT
for the tub r.r JoH'pli Schnalder's ctlcbruted
ST. LOUIS LAGER BEER,
i!oi!ioa,1,1d,;.v,.r! ",r' wMl ,,cllvtm,
TONY Nli:i)KltVir.Slt, Aaeiit.
I)ep-,t under I'louten' House,
''-S'll-llil.
CAIRO,
XliZiXlWOIS.
Tho Trustees of tho Cairo City
Property de'liv Io fall pulille nttenllon
to the merit. oflhflr property, eotnprl.
Ing a considerahte portion of tho City of
Cairo, in AloNamler County, lu Hie Stale
of llllnoU. ami Mm' immediately adja
cent thereto.
This city, a h well known, Is tttiated at
the confluence of the Ohio aud Sllsslppl
river, at the head ol unlutcrupted imita
tion on the JlioMiri'l' bo!cx helow ob
strtietlous by in In the winter and low
water lu sumiutr. and thus has n clear and
open rher communication at all tlniC! over
the Mlilt pi aud It tributaries, with nil
,1... - -. "....I. In II, (loll- ..I -W...,
v; vuuuui mi . ..vi uuii 111 .-.u.vivu
aud thu AtbutU' Oceau. Cairo hnt also the
uiis cnAracter cicoiiiiuuiiicuiiuu n un mi
tho country north oxer the tream tlowiui;
hv t, wltuii thd.A tlrpilm ri, ,,.,( ttit,.,,!.
gablis by rc.weu el lee or low water.
Bolore the era of Hiilroad, Cairo liad a
euinuiaudiuposlduu as a centre of com
timr.u ami inviiratlon. Thl linportiinco ol
positiuti ho ttll poncM.c, but has now tlie
addition d advantaKo ol being a jtrcat rail
road u re. a number ot the mo-l Import
ant railroads io the Valley olthc.MIiippl
eonvi-r.i'ii to und havln-; their termini
there. Atn nj; these, comlii.' from the north
.u-c tue itreat Illinois Central ltailrosd,
v,h ih U iu-res tho eutiru -t.ite of Illinois
lrom.it f xtreme northern and north-csterii
to f o itlieru limits, and by It-connection
esteU'ls mto all tile preat ii'irthwc-tern
ram producing States ; thu Cairo and Vln-cetitie-.
evIoiuluiK' from Cairo to the City ol
Vlucviine, in tlie Stato ot luillins, where
ltscUDi.tloti iitlord direct railroad nni
muuicaboiH uilh all Kntern cities; mil
thecatr' A St, Louts Itullroad, nllorttlnj; a
direct railroad communication with the
( ity ot M. Louis nml all the tuilioads ci'ii
term,' there The toad cotnliit; Irom tlm
South are the New Urlcan', Jackson and
Ureal .Sottliern and the Mobile mid Ohio
ItailroA'lj. Hhlcli give din ct railroad emu
munleatiott with tip-cities of .Mobile and
Xcw Orleans. nnd ntltir Southern Atlantic
tea port. suit by connm-linn roads ulth all
the country -uth of Cairo; and coming
Irom the "jtithwest I tho Cairo, Arkuma
and Texas Ksllroad, which sllords similar
conimunlratlon with so thcrn Ml fouri,
Arkana snd Texa. and tho principal cit
ies of those State, lids Ust-mimed road
will f:e, alo. direct routicotlou with the
Texas and Pacific Itoadwlicn it l. com lc
ted, Wiu v'l'iui,' direct comtiiunlettinn 1 li
thu principal ports ol thu JfMMle Ocean
Ihetc ra lroads, terminating at.Clro, nre
now nil completed and in uccf$ful opera
tion, tiio-e in Illinois coming into the city
on a bank ol each ol the river., Ohio and
Mls'U!ppl, and tcrminatlm.' at their conllu
ence, thus encircling tho city. Tlio Hollv
Springs, llrownsvlilc anil Ohio Hiver Itall
road, and the Cairo aud Tenue-sco ltiver
Hailroad, which will both terminate at
Cairo, ate in course of construction and will
soon be completed, and other railroads both
in lilluolsaiid in States south of tho Ohio
river, which will n'o terminate at Cairo,
aro projected, and arrangements mmin to
build them.. Tho construction, of theso
will greatly lin-rciuo tlto rillroad communi
cations of Cairo.
Its central location In tlie grcrt Valley of
tho Mississippi, and the great wealth of river
nnu railroad communication, gives io Cairo
unsurpassed advantages as a commercial
point, as it affords to her er.y and cheap ac
cess to all tlie eruln producing districts ol
the North and West, andsimllaraccess to all
the agricultural produce consumers of tlie
South, thus presenting the best location in
tho Wcstlornti interchange of tho rcspect
Ive northern und southern commodities and
productions.
.A a manufactuilug location the position
materials' of every descfilitlCli, U'hrcu"rt,U.
stltute the elements of manufactured arti
cles, abound on e cry side, iron ore, coal,
of superior cpiallty, and timber of every
character, more than others, being cafcllv
and choaply accessible, and tho rich agri
cultural regiou of the Immediate neighbor
hood, n well a the more remote districts
rendered tributary to It by river and rail,
lurnlshHuppllesoi tbcLecessaticbof lifts In
kucIi abundancH us to render living except
lonally cheap. When tliuiiiiinuraeturtid article-
are produced, tho facilities for cheap
distribution hy ricr and rail arc not
equalled.
Cairo ha a moral, In'elllgent, liberal and
enterprising population of ubotit 12,00(1 has
a superior ty stem ot public schools, which,
with others tomlttcud by private enter
prise, MOord tmniip htd educational nil
vantage Is p3s(.,ej 0f well-cstublifhed
ehurcbes of neatly every denomination
has ptlbli- and priatc buildings ofn siipo
rlorehaiucter-liasnclluiato, which forsa.
lubrityund healihiulinlluenccs camiot be
Mirpassed-h.n. " well-regulated and ef-
I clent municipal orgauizati its -treets
lighted Aith gjs, und othcrinetrnpolitan ad.
vantages, which make It highly deslrabhi
and iu reality not to bo excelled as a plaeo
ot permanent residence.
I.olsaid an, ),, Cairo aro now offered at
t'erit I"'l'es, airordlng lavornblo oppor
tunities t purchase., and tho owners pro
rent thu ocailrm to the public as olfnring
iinrivaleu advantages lor tho Hieccssful o-
funi siiinim o commercial o
or manulnctur
Ing cntcrtnlsus, und tho best locality lit tho
country lr profitable Investment ot eapllal.
S. Staatm '1'AYI.OIt,
KnWIN 1'AlthONS,
Trustees, etc,
CAino, lLi.ay lt, 1874.
fi-lD-tf
.is
sr.w Anvr.MTimiMr.xTm.
YoiniK lin n und ladies to know thai the best
place Io obliiln n business (duration nnd nil ele
gant Imnd-wiltliiK Is at the
WORT HI HI) TON BUSINESS COLLEGE
II Toledo, Ohio. Stint r.irrlretilnr nml
snmples ol pelitnniiililp. Aimless.
II. M nnTIIIXorov, Toledo, O,
I'leiisnnt lind riililnlile llinplo.v
me nt.-"Ileaulirul'" "t.'hiiiinlnti'" "nil,
how lotelyl" "What lire they woilh'."Ai'
Such are evclaiiiatlons by those hn seethe
I.UKii elrgnlit New Chrnmos prndiirisl lir Hi,.
i:iireaii nnd Auieilcau Uhroino Publishing
Co. i'hey nir nil KTleet tJeins of Alt. No one
can resist Ihe liinptntlnn to Puy when feeing Ihe
Chroiiios, l'amnsers, Agrnt, nnd ladles nml
Keiitleinen out orciuptoyinent, will llml this the
bet oisiiliig eeronerisl to inako money for
full iniitlciilars, tend stamp for ronildenllnt rlr-
rular. Addiess 1. t.I.KASO.V A CO
7.1
vi iisiiiiigiim st,, Holon, Mass.
$50 TO $10,000
Has bien invested intock t'll ibges and paid
900 PROFIT
"How to llo II," it I Pink on Wall St, sent
pee. Tmiibridgi-A- Co , ll.iii.ers A llrokers, '.'
ull St., N, Y.
?nS --The choice! lu the world"
'inpoitils' piIces-UrKist
tonipany lu .iiicrlca-staili- iiillcle- iileases
ever) bod y--l mile wnlluually Ineivnslng
Agents wauteil every u hrii'hvt Induce iiieuls
unn't waste llnie-toid lor cliciilar to Itoln-rt
tlls, U Veey St , N Y I'. Ilov P.';.
Ladies, Read This !
if vol' will &i:s!i mi: Yut it .vami:
A.VIM'. O. AI)I)ltl.S, I WILL I'OltWAItll
HV i:i.Tt itN.MAiL(ii:i;i:) soMinni.n ui
VAI.nilTO VOl . Addirss A I. III;. M Ifl.'AI II,
THOY.N V
NEVEIt-FAILINO
AGUE CURE
1'riceSl. .oId bv DriPL-lsls.
vxnti: Attn ii-ir i aii.- io l ui:.
Dr. I II Howe, !-enic.'i l ulls, N V.
$77
A WKKh" imarantoil to male and
female OKents lu their locality.
Costs nothing to Irv It Particulars
fns.' 1' I) VII Kl.ltY A CO ,
Augusta, .Me
a t osr i:ntAoititi.Aitv i.rms or
.VJ. diirtl-lne are utren-d for Newspapirs
III Ihe Male , f I' INOIS ! --end tor list
ofpaper and schtslule ol ralis ddns (,i:o.
P, ItiiWKI.I.A CO .AilWTll-ing Aernls, No It
Park lii.w, .Se . York. Itelirto l.illlornf this
I'ainr ..Ini
PRUSSING'S
? VINEGAR
rclrhrsls for lis I'l'HITV. KTItK.UTII anil
I'.M.VTAIlliK.IUCS). Wirrantr.l to rstniBTl
Plcklci. ..... K. I.. I'ltCshlSO CO..
J UO lcUlKau--v., Cliltago.
(Yy-dlw.
Tho Success of LOMPOCluiB Induced tho
uwnern to Hit vo a
GRAND AUCTION SALE
Guadalupe Rancho
1' miles South of San Luis Obl.po, and 12 miles
North of Lompic.
4,000 Acres
In Trac iscf 5, 10, 40, and SS9 Acres,
TUESDAY, OCTOBER -1th, 1675.
ONTIIE TIIVCT, and conlliiii-TIIl;i:i: days.
Triors: One-fourth cash, balance In four
njualuniiiial Installment-, wdhlen percent. In
terest. These lands arc well watered, tlniU-rnl, nnd
suitable lor iiilsiiiK all kinds ur Kriiln. M si'lu
tdes fruits, tiilucco, to Wells, I urgoA Co's ,
Kxpn'ss, I'osl onire nml htc;innlili oltlres es
tablished Inthctowu. A line wharf at Point
Sal, where any vi'SM I ran land,
100 5-acro lots will bo sold.
I'ainphMs, Maps, nnd particulars can be ob
talniil at the l.'rmd I'uclllc Hotel, Chicago, of
W.M. II MAKI'IN, General Agent, or l.y ud
dieslng California Immigrant Union,
634 California St., San Francisco.Cal.
S-.'s-dlw.
E L. Ilcdstrom. A I Meeker. A.J.Hoole,
E. L. HEDSTROM & Co.,
Miners & Shippers of
(2'i Seneca strut, lluiralo.
CnNt.iiAl. On io,tor Adams A Marl.it M.
t Chlcaeo.
Also Agents for Blossbttrg Coal Co.
T-'.'T-dlw.
To Lumbermen $100 in Gold.
Send forade-crliitloii of Emorson'a Tntont
I'lanor Toothed and Damascus Tempered
Saws und an account of the IJinitAullonal haw
ing Contests in which they carried nil' every
prl.e Including the Slisi In Gold Address
Emerson, Ford & Go , Beuvor Kalis, Pa.
Say wheic you saw this a '.'vdAwlvv.
' Puts Calls "
$40.00
CONTItOI.S 6.000 lludicls
ot Grain foraOitays,
S9 OO an' upwards I. it.ko,it.sti.y
HstO 'W leallziil on an Investment
oftlOO
I'artiearteslrlnalo openitc.or those wishing
for full Information IIoW'lotjl'l.ItA 1 1.', semi
for our circular Addles
BUTLER. CLARK & CO.,
160 Washtnuton St., Chicarjo.
S-Ji-ilAwlw.
GUNS
I'Uli Nets Tents. Tarpaulins .Game Train Ac,
end lor Price L id to IICPOLI'll GL'.S CO.
UIN. Ihlrdstrtel.st. Louis. .Mo. I
s.'.'S-dlt
A PLEASANT HOME
FOR SALE
AT A
BARGAIN!
The resilience and Kiounils In .lonesboio, Ills.,
loimuly kiiowuas thu
PROVO PROPERTY,
Situated three blocks from and facing the Pub
lic -iuuie, tour blocks from th. depot of the
Cairo ASt. Louis railroad, und about one mile
rouilhe .lejtot of thu I. (' It. It. at Anna. The
house Is a stibstanlliil,- good styled frame, und
111 excellent repair i has set en looms, large hall,
iiotlleo, porch, cellar, and front ami sMeen-
rames. A good cistern, well barn and wood
house coiucnleutly located. About L
Threo and Ono-lTalf Aoros of Ex
cellent Ground 1
Oni-.thli-il In shrubbery, fruit, and ornamental
tiees, berries, Ac., and the riinulnder nuw In
itriiss and clover-well udapted to kllcheu ear
dcnliiK or berry culliiie.
O- Hie owner icsides elscwheie nud w ill cll
at low figures.
Inquire on premises or address
s-'Ji- A.. 1, 1'11'IUN, Joueshoiv, 111 .
mmm m
l.iai'R ni.'AI.ERN.
--
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholetala ami HtLill Dealers In
Foreign and Domestio
AMI
jsVINKM OF AM KINDS,
No. 60 Ohio Lcvoe,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MKSSItP. PMYTII A CO. have constantly
ii large stock of the best poods lu the Inar.
Let, and give es)-clal attention to 1 tits "bolesidt
ranch of the busiiuss.
ICE.
Tho Undcrsignod Having Given
up tho
CITY TRADE,
Is now Prepared to Furnish Ico
by tho
C AH LOAD,
At prices that will Compnro Fav
orably with any Dculcr. Ho
will now Dovoto his aiton
tion Entirely to his
WHOLESALE TRADE.
JOHN SPIIOAT.
IIOTM.N.
Grand Central
HOTEL,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Oornox' 13 i six tlx fiStroot,
WM. WETZEL. Proprietor.
A
THIRTY watch ki-).t night and dy for
uuius ami Mcamnonu,
The but of accommodations for transient
quests at 1 wo Dollars ver ilav . 3-lS-tf
a'iissi.-nai.i: iiim i:hs.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
-And
Commission Merchants
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO
57 Ohio Isoveo.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Dealer til
BOAT STORES,!
Oomrai.ssion Merchant,
No. 70 OHIO LEVEE.
S,'..lf.(i:IA'' "i1'"110" given to consignments and
Ullliii- orders
I'AIM AMI OII.IS.
B. F. PARKER,
Dealt, r In
t?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
BnUSTJCBB,
vVull Papor, Window Glass, Win
UUW DUUUOB, C.
Always on hand, the celcbratisl illumliiatlng
AUHOHA Oil,.
T3x-omn' -3-LlXclixis,
Corner Eleventh Stroot and WaahinK
ton Avenuo
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
sr. o. ixxtj3,
PK0PRIET0K,
KINDER AND BLANK COOK
MANUFACTURER.
lullotin Butldlnfr, Corner Twelfth Street
and WaahliiKton Avenue,
Cairo, XlllxxoiM.
ff-trounlv and Itallroad Work specialty.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
Asm
Dealer in Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Between Waahiuirtou nA Commercial
Avenues, adjoining Honny'a,
REEl'S for sale the best Ueef, rork, Mutton
Jcal, Liiinb, Sausage, Ao.. and is pre
prcd to eorvc latnllles iu uu acceptable manner
Ayor's Cathartic Pills,
For tho -ellcf
nml cure ir nil
ileranKcmcn iu
the itonmch,iv
or, and bow-is,
They arc n mid
Spcricni, ami i
excellent purg
tlvc. llehiKpuit
Iv vwrctnble, thel
contain no mcr.
enry or mineral
: whatever. Much
r. erlnus sickness nnd Miflcring Is prcrct.ted by
ineir inueiy use; nnu overy lauuiy in
have thrm on hand for their protection and
reller, when teiiulrcd. Long experience has
proved them to bn tho safest,, surest, nut
I, p. I or nil the I'M with which tho inarl.it
abounds. Ily their occasional use, the bloor
Is piirUled, the rorriiptions of Ihe system ex
pcllod, obstructions removed, nnd the wholo
insclilncry or uru restored toll, healthy activ
ity. Internal organs which become cloeircl
nnd sluggish nro cleansed by Ayrr't I'ljli,
and stimulated Into nrtlnn, Thus Incipient
disease Is changed Into health, tlm value or
which change, when reckoned on the vast
multitudes who enjoy it, can hardly be com
puted, Ibclr sugar-coating ninkes them
pleasant to take, and preserves their virtues
unimpaired ror nny length or time, so that
they nio ever fresh, nnd perfectly reliable.
Alllioimli seal rhlng, they lire mild, nud opcr
ntc without disturbance lu thu couslllutiou or
diet or occupation.
Full directions are clvcn on tho wrapper to
each hex, how to use them us a Family Miyslc,
anil for tf. following complaints, "Well these
I'M rapidly cine;
Tor nyaiirptln or in1ls;sllon, Hs.
Irtsnrss, I.ttitKiior, nml !. of Aiir.
IHr, they should lie taken tnodoralely to
stimulate the stomach, aud icstoic Us healthy
tonu nud action.
For .It-pi- (.'amplalnt and Its various
svtHptoms, llllloii llrailitchr, Mlek
Ht-itiLir tic, Juiindlcr or Unra Mirk
nriss, Illlloiis Colic nnd Mlllou .
irrt, they should bo judiciously taken for
each rase, to correct tho diseased nctlou, or
icmnvo Ihe obstnictlons which cnusu It.
For Iyenti-ry or Illttrrkueu, but one
mild dose Is geneinlly required.
For llhrumistUm, Clout, firavvt,
itlpllsttlan nftht llrurt, Ptiltt In
tilts Mlile, Rack, and sLulna, they should
be continuously taken, ns required, to rhaiijro
Uiu diseased action or the system. WlUi such
chance those complaints disappear.
For llrninr nml ISmnslritl Hssrll.
Ince, they (hould hu taken in largo nnd tre
quent doles to produce tho cfleel of a drast'.o
purge.
For Nnpprs'ssltin, n largo dote should be
taken, ns it produces the dtflriid elect by
sympathy.
As a lilnnrr I'M, take one or two riltt to
promote dlgeitlnn. nml rellevn the stomarh.
An or rational don stimulates the stomach
nud bowels, restores the appetite, and Invigor
ate the system. Hence II Is often advanta
geous where no serious derangement exlfts.
tine who feels tolerably well, onrn finds thru
u dose of these I'M makes him feel decid
edly belter, Irom their cleansing nnd reno
vating cried on the digestive apparatus.
I'ltrl'jUMUl ur
Dr. J. C. AYER CO., Practical ChsmUti,
I.OWKI.L, MASS., tr. S. A.
VOW SAI.r. II V A LI, llllt'OUlSTS lA'ClirWlIKHr.
Ayer's Aue Cure,
For Fever at,.t Ague. Intermittent Fo
ver, Chill Fever, ltomlttent Fovcr,
Dumb Aftue, Pertodlcal or UUious Fe
vor. Ac, and lndeod ail thkroctions
which art so from malaxj.rr 'rsh, or
mla-maUo poisons. t,
No one remedy (ouder
called for by the necessities
Bfi of the American people tksu
i a sure and safe cure for
aflL.j Frier anil Auue. .Such
M w e are now enabled to efler,
w with n perfect ceiulnty that
it will eradicate the disease, and with assur
ance, founded on proof, that no harm rnu
arise from Its use In any quantity.
That which protects from or prevents tins
disorder must be of Immense service In tho
communities wheru it prevarts, 1'itrtntion
Is better than cure ; for the patient escapes t m
risk which he must run In violent attacks of
this baleful distemper. This "Critn" expels
the miasmatic po!on of 1'rirr .tests
from thu system, and prevents the develop
ment of the disease, if taken on the tlrst
approach of It premonitory symptoms. A
great superiority of this remedy over any
other ever discovered foi the speedy and cer
tain cure of Intermittent! Is, that It contains
no Quinine or mineral; consequently it pro.
duces no quinism or other liijuiioiis iltcits
ttiiau-Tcriipon Ihe constitution. Tho'e cnretl
by it arc len a heallhy as If they had never
had the disease.
fever und Agw Is not alone Uie eon.
sequence of the miasmatic poison. A irrc.it
variety of disorders arise from Its Irritation,
nmong which arc Xrarulg-iu, llhriimu
tlM, Oaut, llruduchr, llllndnrst,
TMikackr, Kssrstcls,C'itturrb, Aslh-
slpllllo, PMlafal jtrTrctlnn
of Ihn Npltrn, Hysterics, Ptiln 1st tbn
Bossrls, C'allr, I'-rulytls, and derange
inent of tlio Stomach, all or which, when
originating in this cause, put on the Inter
mittent type, or become, periodical. This
"Cfun" expels the poison from tho blood,
nnd consequently cures them all alike. It is
an invaluable protection to Immigrant and
person travelling or temporarily residing In
the malarious districts. If taken occasion
ally or dally while exposed to the Infection,
that will bu excreted ftum the system, and
cannot accumulate In sufficient quantity to
ripen Into disease, ilenco it Is even mora
valuable for protection than currj and few
will ever suffer from Intermittent.; If they
nvall themselves of tho protection this rem
fdy affords.
For Liver Complaints, arising from torpM
Ity of tho Liver, It Is an excellent rrinedy,
kthntllallng the Liver Into heallhy artlvity,
nnd producing many truly remarkable cures,
where other medicines fall,
rnrpAnm nv
Dr. J. C. ATKIl A- CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical ChtmUf,
AST) HOLD ALL ItOUXD THE ".YOdCLD.
J UST PUBLISHED.
l"th IjIUIoii.
PRACTICAL OBSERVATIONS,
ox
NERVOUS DEBILITY
Physical Exhaustion .
Towhlchlsadde-l
An Essay on Carriage,
With Important chapters 011
I)ISOItI)i:i(S OK THE ItKl'ltODUClIVK
OltUANs,
Ilelng 11 synopsis of Lectures delivered at their
XVXuhosul- t of Auntom y
StraiigeiH visiting the city, should not tall to
see this gieat collection, being the largest 111 the
world
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f co, with bumtrou e(rrlDci, ui ceat-lna tlgbl
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