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" ..21 WBinrt From 7:30 n.ra. tn 0:30
SumUy from 7lo0n.ni. Money
&SWm. to r:00 p.m.
Arrives
A.ti I p '
Illinois Central It It
Dally.
Mill. Ontral R It
Dally.
Cairo A Vlnceiines
It It-Dally.
Oilro, Arkansas A
TtiaJ 11 lt-lally.
Ohio Hirer Itoute
Dslly exo'l Monday
Miss. Itivrr Itoute
Up, Sun. Tn Krl
IKrwn.Tu Thu Nit
Thebes I toil to
Friday A fialuniay
8:00 i
i
0:00
O W McKeaio, I. M.
RAII.KO.tliH.
TIME CARP.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.
R.
TlVAtXft LX.lVL CA1H0
Mall at .liilt s.m -
Express at 3:18p. m
rrclKht M 4:00 n m..i:
Dolly
xccpt Sunday.
rrtiRiit at.- limn ra .. -
rrtlnht ut - atWp. in... "
TretRht st 7:30i. m... " " .
ARRtTK AT CAIIIO ,
Mall at . ;t;oon m Dally.
Express Jtt li:30p. m...Kxccpt Sunday
rUht s-........ Hi-Aa m... " Monday
Freight at . . C-p m... " Sunday
Freight a . . . j ''On in... " .Sunday.
Freijtfit a . ,. l!ip. in.. " "
JOHNSON, Acent.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
TXIVXM OAI1D.
On anJ after tuff. 2, trains will inn ns fol
osrs, siiindsrs excepted, from Ihe cninerof
Second street and Commercial nviniie, L'alro,
Illinois!
OOVO "rOUTtl.
Ltavre Cairo IiJiJSA M.
" Murj'hyaborn St'l M.
ArrivaKattM Louis - "
uoiso -orilt.
Leave Kat St. tauU S: A . M
Arrive uurphrsborj , l.t'H I' M.
IavcMurphysboro........... 1J:I "
irrirt Cairo - law "
Connecting at St Louis Willi nil trains Wct
ard.North. .1 I. IIIMKI.KV. Mipt.
J. A. WI.WTZ, General r.i!-enKer Asvnl.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
CAIRO, EVANS VTLLE, INDIAN
APOLIS, CINCINNATI
and LOUISVILLE.
FOURTEEN HOURS EACH WAY,
ASD ALL. DAYX.IOHT RUNS.
SS Ihinga Wilijit Chi
ijs
t50JA-ArCl.!S AVD WCISSATI UfWE-i'.
LiTi Cairo - .
in
Arrir at i irn;l.
Amr at VlDtrr.CM -.
vu ti ions am sociuhastkuj
ArriVrtM Lli'aMlUc
tia tsiAKAruUt Axn vixusr.
M:li "
lUlUiOAtl..
.. 1.1s p m.
UAlLliOAD.
Arrirrsat lndiasapolir 4:33 p
m.
via ouio ai m-si'rirri ilvilload .
Arrlrocat North Wrcon i:U p.in
Arrives at . iDnniiaU
. :)
T.i:.
.VrriTuat LoaitTillt.
cn to r.xrij
Sjcrtt ludikaajiaiit . ... SiH a ru
Lcaru Liadtinau . C-JI"
Iwarra Loniinllr . . ... 7rt)
AmrfM si Vicrennt - sro p m
Loarea Vlnoeant .,
L.t Ero,Tillc ...ll :0 a.ni
Ainiumii . 1 ji.ru.
luinciitiuuni , 1 1 y:j
Un clukt coaarcitoQ In ajxl from nil
polBU tastaud Xonh. at lndlanamlU nrA Hin.
cinAli, n4 to anl lroin Ul polntt xu'ii and
ti rti 01 airo uy ra.u tnn rurx
ttorso cirr acooxm.iIhtion
Thf Mound City Accommodation rum W'rf-
BCKiay ana saturaar.
lAarts 1 airo . ir .ii and m.
Lum Alonud Jlr v. I:I5nrf 11- in.
X. B. GOODRICH, H. I mOBRlLl.,
Oa neltiAe't lrforrL"ni't
tJror Information rriaTttt M nr andoon-
OffUOBf, amijj w vjitr .11 ibi.uin ,
71 OhloIer.
BK Tirtut of an cueotion to tnr dirwtnl liy
tae cltrk of thf cirouit fonrt uf AlfxaniUr
ooantr. Intat -tatr of Illinois, in faror of Jter
nrd itctaoaandaraint Jt I'hillip, 1 birr
lrrielnpoa tiiffoilowiD?(le-cntwliir"rty, In
tteily of Cairo,eount.r of Utrximler mi'! slate
of lUlnoit, to-trit Ix.ia numlri"l Ihm ( .) and
four (; in block nuiubcn-j fmy-n ().)
tht riroi'ty of thenai.1 jn vrlilrh I
Ihill offrr at public attk KHUh-utst door
of toe court hoii' lutli city of ta.,in the
county of Altxandtr and Mate of 111 nolt, on
ethirtM'nUidayofS'CottraIxT A i , 1?; at
tae boarof elutn o'cloct, a in., for uli, to
aaUify aaldetemtlun. Af.KA'. II. HtVIX,
SlieriC ot AleJiander (Jotinly, lllinolt.
Cairo. Ulinou, August Sltt, lf7".
?-a-t4. ,
SierlfTt Sale.
BY Tlrtue of an execution to me directed by
the clerk of the circuit court of Alexan
der county, In the state of Illlnoh, in favor of
Jamet t'lonan f r Hie ue of Aufiiftus K Hal
Urberr aoda?alntt John Duffey, 1 have leviitl
ypon the following de.crlU-il property, in the
I ir.t Addition to the fald city of miroln the
county ol Alexander and State of Illinois, to
wit: Ut numbered eighteen (1-) In block inirn
Ured nine ( ). u the prorty of the taid .lohn
Dutley, which I flnill offer ut public ale at thu
couth-we,t door of the court house in the city of
f-a ro, in the county of Alexander nnd ."lute of
Illinoii, 011 the thirteenth day of September A .
II mi.at the hour ofeirren o'clock, a. 111 , for
cash, to aUfyi!ld execution
c, . a 1.1.x. it ii:vis
r.i 1111 1 .f All"a'"!'r Comity, Illinois
Cairo, IlUnols, August i'll, l7
a-l-td.
ShcrliTtBalt.
BY virtue of two mhtIhI cxecutiotii to ine dl-n-cted
by the clttk ot the i lrciilt court ol
Alexander countr. in 1heM.u1. ..r 11 "
inhvorof J abb Putney nnd the other In ViMir
W aton W ebb, 1 will offer ut public ale the fol
lowin .le.criixn pronv,ln the city of Cairo
1 i .in .umivr uiiii rumeoi llllnoil, 10
wit: Lot ntunljeieil k(-en (71, in block niim
bered tlx lot nuin!cred tx (C) in block
numbered tuentv-nlne t.'.i .iMn-n lln r..i ..n-
of otitli side of Jot numbered l(nH-I (aj.
and lota numliercd twentvf.nen f),tMiity
eight (JO and tweiitv-nlnc (.-J), iu block num
bered twenty-ilx (.'(.) and Jot numliercd (he (.')
In block nuiuUre-1 ihlrty-two (3:), nlto Jota
numberel thlrty.i;e IS.) and lliirty-ilitht ( mi,
in blo k uuinlieiwl eliclilnin in-) In tW Ir.i A4'
anion to wild city the (iropetty or the mid It
napkin Weill,, til tlie eoullvweM ilnir ,.r 11..
court houe in ilie mid eitv ii l.alro, omnty or
Alexander and HtaU'of IlllnoH, on the llilr-
taentli day or biiteinlH.r, A. II. Is7j, nt 1 he
nour 01 rieen ireiock, a ill , lor Mill, lornttt
fy eald cxeeutloiit AI.VlX II. lltVIS
, Sheritr of Alexander County, llllnolj,
Cairo. I1U.. Aniniftt ''It, 1?
fc-itt-td.
WAtlOXH.
The Gamble Wagon
AHlO, IXjIjIIVJOIQ
SlAKUlTACttJItEI) UY
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
ICAjnTTAOTOEY, OHIO LEvi;E
- t . '
ITcMT .TkirUi'Vourtk Street
Up
iSo
10:00
10:30
10:00
10:00
:!
ttflO.
PARAGRAPHS.
Onn lirlek ll In Now Orleans a hoy
was fouiiif floil up i H sack, IIi:;iiail
boon ,mt there- by Ills fiiilier, who hiitl lull
hhn without food for llncu days.
A rcnnylvai)lit catup iiu'cthi? was
recently broken up by tlx poor little,
skunks. Tim devil comes In various pulses,
ami this particular one h not to be
prayed down.
This Davenport 7ViowreporUthat
four younjr men h.tvo found a rave on tlio
Mlsslliipl entered by a flight of rude
stcp ; lis broad floor was .strewn with
aslui", and It contained a skeleton wllhn
big head, and u wooden lop fattened by
leather straps nhii'it petrllled,nnd lnono
buckle. 'I'he Vmocwf! suppose that tills
skeleton i a relic ot'.prehlstorle time'.
In I he course of n Uaptln doctrinal
sermon delivered In (cconboro, (5a.,tlie
reverend colored preacher Illustrated the 1
difference between the llaptl'tand Metlr
oill-t churches by iclntlny nn anecdote,
"ome years njjo n man 'loid 'llylon
and 'piled to jlne do HaptlM church, lie
pin In hK 'aperleiico and was 'Jeeted. So
he went light straight and 'jlned de Jlef
odli'. Some time after tint a brndder
n:ptl'axcdhhn:'HowdU? We wouldn't
hub you. and do .Melodl' done Ink yon.'
'Oh, ay. lie, 'yon ole IlaptN' want to
make mo pay caJi down, bin de MrfoilN'
pin me lx niunllis' ercdick.
jUSyy Durhnr the epidemic of intermit
tent" in the Wet thU season, the whole
lintnen'o toek of Ayer's Apue Cure be
c;iineexliaU'ilel,andlheprmlncliipiiowcr of hi Labomlory was found Inadequate
to meet the .demand. Many who knew
its extraordinary htue lor the cure of
Chill- and Fever, paid exorbitant prices
for it. Till Apue Cure is said, by thoe
who use It. to never fail. Ite.nikr, it you
must liavu medical aid. take the best of
medicine. 1'oor iciueules are clear, a
pood are cheap, at any price you have to
pay for them. Cta,'leto duri-r.
".! -oniik'ii I'li'lurl.'il JIKtory of (tie
TIiiiph" "Ttie lies:. 'licai't, ami
niosl MirrfHtul I'mully I'liper
111 Hit- t'nlun "
HARPER'S WEEKLY.
lllnslriilril,
NOTicrs or inn l'ltrss.
The Wccttly I the ali.r-t ami m fl pow
crlul itln?trjtfit porl dic.-il tuibli-iie.t in
Uii country. lis editurisN are irtitilarlv
and eonv nci v. and earry much w eUhf.
lt Illustrations of o'.irrcnt eentK nrc lull
and iron , a id arc prepared ty ur best de-
flyno'S. VSt . a circulation o l.V),O00. the
W' -.1.1. , . . 1 . r ' 1,1.
11 eei is 'Vu n if m uv nan a minion
pcrtons. nu 1 lt tuditenco as an o of
opinion Is kitaply trcmcud?. The Week
ly tniintxt s a tKiii lve 1 o-l'ion, and ex-
jirese do- Med Mcnon politii-sl and so
cialprobl a. I)u!sl!ls Courier-Journal.
It- a tides nrc tncMKls or rilti-toncd di.-
cu Ion, and Us pictorial illiUlratioas arc
often corro'oratixe arvuracnis of 111 snitll
forcr.- 1 . Hxiuiincrand 'Cbronlclo
its naners 'jiwa exiient curst ous aLU Ita
inltnitaijle ear oon help to mould the s-n-ticnonu.
ot the country risisbur." Com
taorclal. TKttMa :
I'osUg? free la sub-crlbrr, la tiicL'ratcd
Sta'f.
Uarr-tr's Weekly, one vcr . . Si CO
Tour dollars include- prcpayncct of U.
5. poiiie uv -ne tiuo.i-ners
subscnp 1 ns 10 HirnerV Magazine,
Weekly, a- d Uxxar, o rne addre- tor nc
year, tiu im; or, two rr JlarperV J'criodi
cal. to ot,e addrcts for one iw. 7 (11?
1 uir.
An extra crji.r of lie Magazine. WeeMr,
or Ilizsr "ill 1 e su;irl!ed frrat s for ecrv
cluti of live abiT Lers at 1 (rj ccli, In
one rem t'anee; or, -is cop et for i0 M,
without ex ra copv; r-o-tase free.
Hack numbers cahi csupji led at any time.
The annual volumes ol Harper's eeklv,
in nea clolli binding, will i.v teal br ex
nrcs-. 'r eof einct-e for 7 00 i-arfi. a
cmijilete et, coratri. Uiz eiflitec volume,
ent on receipt of tusli at the r tc ol 3:,
per volume, frelg t at the expen e o: the
jnircia-er.
I2ir:ewp.u''i are not to cmiv tula ad-
erthuntni without the express ortlcts ol
HairerA: Hrother.
Ad ire.? IIAIU'KIC A IlttOTIIKIlS. N. V.
M KnioHllory ul rasiiinn. rirnnnrr
1111 it IiiHlriictliii.
harper"sbazar
lllmlrattd.
NOTICES OF TIIK l'JU:Stf.
Thellazarla edited with a contribution
of t ic' and talent that we seldom find In acr
Jotirna'j and the journal lucll in the org c
ol the presl world of fashion. Ikton Truv
cier.
The IJzar commends It-oil to evcrv mem-
her of the lioticliiild to the children by
droll and pretty pic ureH, to the vounp la
dles by its latliltiu plate in cudicrii variety,
to the provident mation by Its patter- s lor
me eoimrcn s ci trie, to patctlamillas by
iti tun'cfiil dctigiiH for embroidered sllpjier
anl pixurioui dre.tiDK eowns. Hut the
leading matter ofihe liazar lsutjlfurn.ly ol
urcat excellence, Tlio paper h-s acquired
a wide popularity fortin lire-Iiio uiijoyiin'iit
11 wiorus. . i . JActuiig l'o-t.
TKIUH :
Harper's Bazar, ono )er....f4 00
Kour doll irA Includes prepayment ol U
S. poitae by the publishers.
hubsolptlori, to liar er's JIacazinc
Weeklj, and Unzar. to one addre for on
ytr, tu) 00 j or two of Harper's Period
cai, tn one address for one yea', g" f
ti. i''xlr:' ''"''5' ot either the Migzliie,
eeklV. or lta:ir will lm kiiritiUiii I'mh.
forcvcry club of ilvu subserlberu at 00
acii.iiioiieri'inittanco; or, six copies lot
.. . wm i po'iao nee,
Hack llUlnlior. ln In. mir.nll,.,! .in..
tl.n.. "
tho
KUIlfl
in 1
$7 imi 1
.. S3ir-Nuw"IainTs are not to copy this ail.
AinirosiiAUl'Klt.V UUdTllKltw, N.
Wanted.
(JllOUTl'VITV W
TLii III VlCkubUlg
iri.. tT IiIhi'Iik
radcltccnihat illy and the upper mid lower
hciids. for the triiKirlatlou of Cotton eed, etc.
A Mi'iiiiierof SWorVi tons eHjinrily rottlil iloa
rpieii in i ininess una sramn laHIni? uboiit
...ui, Hum .'epi. 11,1. rornill panic
pt. Ii.t. Tor full pai tliMiiura ud
O. How:, VIcksburK. Ui.
lllVSS
H-W-llll.
DANIEL LAMPERT,
Fashionable Barber
.b
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH STREE
Between Wmhtnuton nnd Commercial
nn
unilir
y rum it
li. ii Vr .? .'iiu'in.lii.l niniwr, ui mint vailli.
"' 11. 0 .fAUH. fc I!. Wll. hi. IpUUOji, J ml,
iu seven volinnra of Harpcr'w Itazar. lot
Xer 1 '""i ' -. '"3. ' , de
ny iiouinl In Kreen morocco ulnthj wll!
r-aiVfi "" ..!," rrcpaiti, lur
BOOK WTOItr,
eg Ja.
w s cJ S? S3 o
CO g
II A MiS.
THE
City National Bank
CAIHO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL,
8100,000
ot'ics!t.
W. 1. IIAU.UIAV, l're'idmt.
IIK.VI.Y I, IIAI.I.1DAY, Vlccl'rrst
A II S.UKOUD, nflihT.
waltki: 11 YSLor, A't Oihlcr.
niMcrons
SrAAT. Tam.uk,
II I,. IILLIPAY,
U. I fVlLLIAU'.OV,
A I)
It. II Gf.VM.SOIIAII,
W 1" 1IAI.LIIMV,
srr-i'iiKN i!iRt,
.rroM)
Exchange, Coin find United Stntot
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DEI'OsITS mv4ctl un 1 3 fetnul Unkiiic
builne-c done
Enterprise Savings
BANK.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1SG9
CITY NATIONAL BANX, CAIRO
A II .-AKKOKII, I're-ident
5- S TAYI.Oi:. VicI'rt-ideiil.
AY. HYsLOl', .Nic'y an-1 lraur
PirrciOK? :
I. -VI. ItAKCLAr, Cll.t". GAUrSllLII,
". X JSTOCKTUITIf. P.4L1.II Sfliril.
it. H C'CJTONGIIAM, II i, IlAtLIPAl.
J. M. I'lIILLIf',.
I.vri:i!i;T jald oadesIt nt the rate of six
Kreent jraunuin, ilarrh lt and Septein
ler lt Interest not withdrawn 1 addMl Litiine-
dLilely to the principal of the depoalu, thereby
.mi; uiem eoinuounii inieresi
Married "Womon and Children may
uoposit Money ana no one
oino can draw it.
Ojen every baslneday frumtu 111. to 3 p.m.
and .-aturilay etenln, foraavinxs deioslts only
from G to o'clock
W. HYSI.OP,Treaaurer.
THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
TranBacts all kinds of a Lotnti-
mato Banking BusincEH.
f Bnoss
P. NEFP. Vle Proaidisnt.
HENRY WELLS, Caahler.
T J. KERTH, Aaaiatant Cashier.
C3.3ll.tr
SPRING!
0-M SUMMER!
V
Prices to suit tho Times.
Wholesale Figures, but No Credit 1
Mrs. O. McLEAN,
Next Door to Stuart & Gholson'B
EIGHTH STREET,
BETWEEN COMSHEItCrAI. AND
WASHINGTON AVENUE3.
H'VTn' ,,0.nrr" r!''"'tl',. 'area, IllbbOH",
i.,,,,. vets, TKh, lluehlu, i;orwta
KlilGluu,, Hoblery, Womtla,
Also the 'Uadlm' Drci.9 lUfurm'
aorisET,
Warluminer!" ,rl"""'n fcKta for
l-rcrfe.ruln1t,c!il:Y:T
ST. LOTJIS
LAGEH EEEE!
TheiiinlenilKiied baa lheple.n.ure of aniiotine-
... .,,.,, n .,1 ,,1,1,1, uiniuie auiiouuil III
country Unit he hua establihed u
BEER DEPOT
for tlie tulc of Joseph hchnulder'a celebrated
ST, LOUIS LAGER BEER,
So'iJiV,,,!,f&,f!' b,r Jeltrt.rvit
TONY NIISnKHWlKAEII, Airrol.
Oepot under I'lnntm' House, ' ,,ftu''
-.)j.ini
i-pVl!.
CAIRO,
TT nT TTVOIIB.
Tho Trustees of tho Cairo City
Property desire to call public attention
to tho merit of their property, compris
ing .1 considerable portion of tho City of
Cairo. In Alexander County, In I ho State
of Illinois, nnd land' Immediately adja
rent Hicrrtn.
Tliit city, n Is well known, Is sltuati-d at
tho eonllueneo ortlie Ohio and .MlIlppi
tlvirsat tholioudol unluierupted navl a
Hon on the Mli.sl"ll I'l. vi'.vte; below oh
trttcllon liy lee In the wlntsr and low
water in Mituiner, ami H us lia n clear und
open river coiniiiutilealicn at all times over
the Miridasl, pi and il ttilmtiiries, with all
the e itintrv sotttli to the Gulf ol Mex'co
nnd thu Atlantic o.ean. Cairo ha also the
same character oteoiuiBiinlcatlon ivlih idl
the e.ouniry notth over the -trcams llowlns
by li, when lhoe t-treAiii am not liitmvl
palile lij teaon el lee or low water.
Uelore ll.e era of Itallroaii-, Cairo had a
eointnandltiff potlilon as a centre of com
iiicrcc and ii.iM(.'atioii. 'i'lilt importaiire ol
ponltion -lie ftill pusese. but lias now the
additional adiatuaKC cit hciii(j a jtreat rail
road e u re, a munberoi tho nio-t Import
ant railroad, m the Valley ottho.Mits.oipiil
convcivlii- to und having ttudr lernilni
there. m ns these, eonilii.' from the north
aie the reat Illinois Cc'nttal K.ulro.il,
which tr.n el -es the i utlru -tatcol Illinoii
I rom;it exirrui" northern Hnd iiorlh-cilern
tn li- outlietn limit!., and by its. dim ctlon
extend in.o all tho preat iinrlliwe.turii
grain prodtioitiKtate. ; the Cairo and V incline-,
cxiciidinj; from t airo to he i it j ol
VI id nne, in iho titato ol lndUni, uherc
itM1 imeetioti- adprd iliieet rat. road com
munication wl'h all t a tern eltr; ali i
ilie Cairo .t I.oitts Itallrnnd, artnritin
tlirect ratlnml couimtinluatlun Willi the
t.'itv ut St. l.c i's and all the lailroadt ecu-
tenni: there Hie road eo.nlns lroin th
outh are tin. New Oilcans .laekeon and
Great Northern :ud the Mobile and Ohio
liadroans. whi.'h irivo din ct nlltoad t-nn-
niunleittou unli tn - citi-N id M.iMIe and
ew Orlejii'.andotli r Southern Atuntte
fea puit-. and b) contpi-tin roads with all
tuo country s uiu oi cau-j; anu coindig
iroui the southwest 1-the Cal'o. Arkana
and Texas Ituiiroad, which i tlord" Imllir
eonuuunlcatiofi with So them Mi eouri,
Araar.sa- rnd Text- and the prlncliui cit
ies of those States, lids l.ed-tiamed road
wli. Live. al-o. direct rottueciiou with tliu
Texas and l'acilie Itoait when It U com le-
tcd. thu 'x Intr direct eoniu.iinleatioii wl h
the princfisl p -rt" ot the 1'aeillc Oceao
here ra ltoads.terinl afloeat Ctlro, are
now all completed aud lit ttcccfui opera
tion, tuo-e lu Illinois coming into tlie city
on a batk otcaeh ot thu river;, Ohio and
Mt-islppi. and terminating at their cotitlu
ence, thu ttie renns tho city. Tho Hollv
Spring-. llruWLtvlile and Ohio Itlver itail-
road. and tbe. Cairo and Tcnntrteo Itlver
ltiilroad. which wll both teru.inate at
Cairo, arc in enur.eol coi .-tnictlou and win
poonbe eomplited.atid other r.iln.n i"tb
in lllin Uaud In MAie-mh of the OhI-
river, lvhlcli will a'-o terminato at Cairo,
ar- projected, uuu arrangements mado in
build them. The eontructlon of ihce
will iftvatlv Incrpaso the rillroad communi
cations ot Cairo.
It cential location In the tfror; Vahey of
the Mini-siiii,aiid Ilie ijreat wealth ofrlver
and railroad communlctiion, tfive- to Cairo
unt-urpu.st.il advantage as a e immorcial
lioint, a- It rl'oriU to he- er.y Mid cln-ap ac
ce.i to all the .rain producing ditrIcU ol
ttie North a d Wert, and -liiilUracccss to all
the agricultural rodttce ci n-umert of the
South, thu- presenting the bei-t location in
the Weal tor nn In erehaiiKo of the rerpecl
tve northern and oti!hern eoiumodltles and
productions.
An a manufsctutln;' location the position
of Cairo i not leu Imporunt. The crude
uiitcrlda 1 1 every description, which eon
atltuto the elements ol iiiaiiiifjctured uril
tics, ahound on ever) ! le, Iron oie, coal,
ol supo lor quality, and timber of every
cli racter.inore than other, hcInK earily
and cheaply accessible, and tho rich auri.
cultuial region of the immediate neighbor
hooJ, a well a the more remote dlidilcti
rendered tributary to it ,y river an l rail,
funiiih suppllesol tliet.ecei.Karlesof llfelu
such abumlanc.' as tor n ier living except
ionally cheap. When tlie manufactured aitl
eh- are produced, the facilities for cheap
distribution by river Hm rail arc not
equalled.
Cairo lias a moral. Iiiir.lllfr.nl. liberal ami
enterprising p puiailun of ubout 12,(X0 ban
a MUpcriurajPtcm ol public school-, which,
yiiii uiiiciF iiiiiimct.il ny private enter
prise, ftlord n xiiij, (,sed etliieailonal ad
vantiwtss Is ii,s,,scd of wiil-entabl sht d
t liurches of neaiiy 0Very ileiioininatloii
liaa piibiH niii jiriVHtu Imltdliwh of a rlipo
rwiruha aeter-im. . . llinatp. which rnri.a.
Iitbrlty and healtli.ullnlluences l annot lm
suriibSHoii-ha. u vvell-regulated and el
le enl uiuiih ipai oruauhsstlun, its -trceti.
llgliieit Altli gjs.anilotheriiictropolllaiiad
vantage., which ruitko It hlulily denlMbl."
and In ic dity not to be excelled as a place
i p.-. mi .imiiji rcmience.
Lots and land In Cairo are now ottered ul
.ii. iiiw piicci, nifordlng lavorabio oppor
iiiiutlos to piirida.e, and tho owners pre
jent the location to tho public as offcrliij:
tinrii tiled uilvmitages tor the sti eesslul n
tubl shim nt nt w.r.ii.l nr iiimiiiCii.iiii,.
H'g en'erp ,i n, hunt locu Itv in tho
coiunry (or pruiltablo lnvctnieDtot capital.
H. STAATH TAYI.OII,
KPWIN I'AIISONH,
Trustees, etc.
uaiiio, iLl May Ml 1874.
0-lWf
Vmtnir men and ladles to know that (tie beat
place to obtain it hunlticds iducatlon and an lie
Runt Imnd-wrltliiR Is at (he
WORTKINGTOM BUSINESS COLLEGE
Toledo, Ohio. 81 ml for circular and
samjileaoi eiiiiiiinslilp. Aitilirr..
II. M. W onniiNoto.v, Toledo, O.
I'lniNmit ti ml lrolllntilo Kinplii.T
ineiit, "lirnntimlt" "Charmlngl" "Oh,
liowlovcly!" "What nrothej vmii1Ii?".c
Jiueli nio e.clnmitloit by tliofo whoatothc
biri! elegant N'eiv i liromos inoduiTil by the
I'.uropraii nnd American Chroma Publishing
Co I hey are all pcrlcct Conn of Art . No one
can resist llio temptation to line vilien feeing the
Chroinos. Cnunrera, Agents, and ladle mid
irentteinen out of emiiloyment, will find this the
liest opeuliigfierollcrnl to make money. Por
lull pnrtlciil.irs, send stamp for eontldentlnl elr
culm; Address I', III.KASON A C ,
WnthlnfTlnii St , lloslnn, ,Mn
$50 TO $10,000
Uhs liri-n Inveslfil Ini'lurkl'rlyHesfiniidimM
900 PROFIT
r,")r,0,","t"'7 n,1""k on Wall si.sctit
tvTll Si I.'.'n.' v'.'" A l ' "3ni
boieestlii the iinrld--,
Impoileri.' .ilcfs-.nrmst
(omp-ir.y In A inn lea-staple .rllele-idriT c"
everybody-'ri;..,!.. continually itrnMntrl
.Went iMiutisI every w hi is bwt liiilnef inent--
Wells, tl e?ey St., N Y , P. Iln 1!!mt
Ladies, Read This !
iv Yor wii.i. erso mi: yoim: .vami:
AND I'. O. AIlllltKSS, I WII.I, l OllW'Altli
iiy m.ifitNM ti, (i iiki j.sDMiriiiiMi or
VAI.fP.TO YOI . ddiTs MIlKM Kl.(ll,
TUOY.N' Y
'2
NEVEIt-FATLING
AGUE DURE
I'rlri'Sl. Snlil lie linil.u
i:i:w i!n ii i r k.hi . 1 o nut:.
11 Ili We, Senrti Kails, Y
I)r L
$77
A WKl'lf iritnl-llltnnl tit n,..1
fein:ilo acmis in their lumlitr.
( vis nolhliiK to try It rnrtirulais
five 1' O VH KKItY.VCO..
AlUtltta, le.
YJOSI i:TUAOItlM.VlltV Tenm ol
j.l Ailvcrll'liiir are oirensl for N'ivi.aivii
In Ilie state, f IL' INOIS! Send p.r list
. . . ... ,iv- muri-AS iti.Kj
'. lis W I.I l.ACO.Adleitl ,i-Afceiits,.. I
'alk Ituw . ve
Yirk
liefer t t l.ilitorof thh
I'aiK r
H-."i-ltll
PRUSSIIMC'S
WHITE
WINE
VINEGAR
rVMratM for tt I'tTHITV, STIIP.XOTII and
r.cniti, k. u, riit'ssi.so & ..
A v tv Wchigan-ar., Clileaco.
S-JS--llu-.
Tho liucceas of LOMPOChas Induced the
uwneiatoiiiivti a.
GRAND AUCTION SALE
r tin.
Guadalupe Rancho
is milei -viith of -nu l.iiij u .i.po, jiei 1 miles
North ofl..jn.pi.".
4.000 Acres
!:,!;::::;; 5, 10, -19, and ISO Acres,
TUESDAY, OCTOBER ntll, 1875.
ONTllETItAC'1, nud rontttjueTIIi:i:i: dj,.
TritMs: fine-fourth cash. Initanre in four
erpial ttnmusl iustallinenta, (th ten tier cent. In
teicst. Thifc lands nie well watered, tiiiilnn.!, and
Miitable for ral-ing all kinds of grain. K-.-ei.t-hles
fruits, toWeo, etr Wells 1 arro A Ui'h ,
l.xnres., I'o't Oiliceitnd Meamthlp otljces es
tabllhel In tlieinvm, A line wharf 1 1 Point
.-a i, swirreany ve-ei can innn.
100 5-acre lota will bo sold.
I'amtihltt', "Maps, and join Icnlara ran ln ob
InltkMl Ml tli.. I.r.t.wl t.uWI It...., t i
W .W II M A If I I t.n..r,.1 A......
dreeing iv -
California Immigrant Union,
634 California St , San Franclaco.Cal.
ss-lltv.
K. I.. Ihslstrom. A C. .Meeker. A.J, lloole.
E. L. HEDSTROM & Co.,
Minora & Shippers of
C CM S'wk rn flu. t. ItunVito.
Ckntiial OintiK.Uor. Adams A .Market SI.
... t. Chlcaifo,
Also Agents for Blossbtirg Coal Co.
T-'iT-illw.
To Lumbermen $100 in Gold.
Send for a description of Emerson's Patent
Planer Toothed and Damascus Tempered
Saws and an no mint of Ilie liivat .National saw
iin: C'ontejtts in which they carried on' every
prize llli-luillnir tlielftui In Gold Addli'-s
ja,morson, jrora oc uo , xienver I'nlls.l'n.
Miy where you saw this s-!J-.il,wlK'.
' Puts : Calls"
$40.
ff CO.VI HOI.S 6,000 llifhcl
JJ ofliraiii foraOiliiys.
GiO Hff and iinwanls
Is rr.uju.NTi.v
raOiUU realled on mi
liive-imeul
HI IIUU
raruesiieslriinrto opemle. or
onernti'. or thoi.n x 1h1 1 1 f j tr
forlull Inforiiiiitioii HOW I OOPIIIIA TH, Mini
lor our circular Addrea
BUTLER. CLARK & CO.,
iou wuBiunifion oi., ciucaKO.
c-!S.(IAwiw,
GUNS
IKIsh Nets Tent Taiiiaullns .Onme Ttaiis. Ac
end lor 1'rire l.lstto ltl.'HOI,l'll (il'N CO,
ili.v. llilnlMiert, hi I.OUH, Jlo.
1 it-as.,it
A PLEASANT HOME
FOB. SALE
AT A
BARGAIN!
Thettsidciiceiinil crotinds Iu .loiuaboro, Ills,,
lormerly known us Iho
PROVO PROPERTY,
filttiatisl thiee blneka fiom und faring the Pub
lie MtMire, four bloeka from tli tlipot of iho
Cairo .Vht Willis railroad, and about one mllu
Iromlhe depot of the! O lt.lt. at Anna. The
houteisit tuhslanthil, good styled liame, nnd
lu excellent leimlr has seven looms litrKe liall,
poitlco, porrli, cellar, and front and side en
trances. A Rood cistern, well barn and wood
hou.e coiivciilently located. About .
Throe and Ono-Hnlf Aoros of Ex
cellent Ground!
Oncthinl in slirubbery. fruit, nnd ornamental
trees, berries, ftcnudtha lemalnder now in
grass and rlos tr-wdl adapted to kitchen1 ear
itenlng or berry culture,
tnl- The owner rosldos clsewhera and will sell
at low liKiuc.
Inquire on premise, or address
.ao-. A. J. l'H'Kl.V, Jonesboro, III.
MlllCIIEcOiL
R?, SMYTH & CO.,
AVholrtale and, lickilt Dealers Id
Foreign imd Domentio
AND
mxr.s OF A 1,1, KINIIN,
No. 60 Ohio Lovoe,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MKSOU?. SMYTH A CO. luivc iontiiitly
a large stock of the belt Rood-'" ,'"nr
kct, nnd tlvresN(al attention to Ihe nholesnU
ranrh of Ihe buslnefl,
ici:.
Tho Undersigned Having Given
up mo
CITY TRADE,
Is now Prepurod to Furnish Ico
CAB. LOAD,
At prices that will Comparo Fav
orably with any Doiilcr. Ho
will now Dovoto his a ten
tion Entirely to his
WHOLESALE TRADE.
JOHN SPROAT.
HHTt.tJ.
Grand Central
5 i
COiVIMEnCIAL avenue:
Coruor 33is33itlt. Stl'oot,
VM. WETZE1.. Proprietor.
A
ritL'STY watch keit uijsht and .lay for
tralus und ateambostJi.
The Wt of arcominwlalloiia tnr lrriilfiit
KtiesU ulTwu li,lli.m imt.Uv 3-1-tf
xviioi.tsiAi.i: jhiu s:hs.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
A .1
Commission Merchants
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO,
57 Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Dealer in
BOAT STORES,!
Commission Merchant,
No. IB OHIO LEVEE.
SI'KClAI.atUmtlun ulven to consignments nnd
lllllm: orders.
I AIM' AMI OILS.
B. P. PARKER,
I'ealiv In
c?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
vVall Papor, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &c.
Always on hand, the celebrated illuminating
AUHOIIA. Oil,.
3xowaat' 33xxlXcliaaK,
Ooi-ner Eleventh Streut and Washtnn
ton Avenuo
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
or. o. xxxtzixjjei.
PR0PRIET0K.
BINDER AND JJLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
lulletlu Uuildlmf, Corner Twelfth Street
nnil WashlnKton Avenue,
Oai.ro, XlllxxolM.
f('oiinlt7 Mini Itnllroiul Work a snvlltv.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
ANl
Dealer in Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Betwsen Wavshlnirtoi? xaA ComiusrclsJ
Avenues, adjolninit Banny's.
KKEPS for salt the beat Beef, Pork, Jfutton
Veal, lannb. SausaB, 4o.. and is pre
pared to esfTf fnmlllea In an noceptabls lusiuirr
Tor th relief
nd euro of all
dornriKenicnts In.
the itomach, llr
rr, and bowels.
They are a mlla
aperient, and an
.excellent pti..
tire. lIclnBpinf
lyteKetahlc.they
contain noiucr
csiry or mineral
whnlasrer. Murh
serious sickness and (iiffcrlnir Is prevented by
their timely tiso; and overy family should
have them on band for their protection find
relief, "hen acquired. I.omr cxperienco lias
proved thorn to lm Unj safest, surest, and
lest of all Iho i'lfs ullh vihlch the inniket
abounds. Ily llielr occasional use, tho blood
Is purlileil, tlio corruptions of tho system ex.
pelled, obitrnrtlons removed, and tlie wholu
machinery of lilo rcsloiTil In Its healthy activ
ity, Internal organs which become cloneil
am) shiKRlsli are cleansed by Alter' fUI$
and stluiulatcd Into action; Ihus Incipient
tlliearo is clmntred Into health, the value or
which rhanitc, when reckoned on tho vast
multitudes who itijoy it, can hardly bo coup
pitted. Their swrarcoatlnK makes them
pleasant to latei and picserves their virtues
imlmpalrct for anv lensUt of time, so lli.it
they are ever rreih, and perfectly tellable.
Although scnrehlng, the)- are mild, and oper
rite without disturbance to tlio constitution or
niei or occupation
Full tilt ectlona nrr aleen on thi tvrsoner In
each bftt.lioirtoutothciiinAnFiiiully i'liysie,
and for tho followliiK coinpUiiils, Mhicli these
Vltlt rapidly cnrei
For ISyaiirpalts or Inillcrallnn, T.lat
Iraanraa, l.unztior, and l.oaa f ,ti,ii
IIIp, they o 1 1 on 1 1 1 bo taken inoderately lo
stliniilalulhn stomach, and restore its healthy
tout) and action.
For !lrr 'omilnlnt and Its various
sv'mptonii, Illlluu llrwiltukr, Slick
Ilriatlaichp, Jutiiiillcr or fJrrrta Nick
nest, Hllloiia folic 'and Illllous
vera, they should be Judl'iously taken for
each ease, to correct the disrated action, or
remove the obstructions which eantc It,
For llyai'titiT.T or lllurrbuets, butou
mild do.e Is Kcimrally rrqulred.
For IllirumuiUm, aV.iut, OmTrl,
alplliallnn or the Heart, alia In
the Miiie, lltsrls, and I,ina, they should
bo rontliiuoiisly taken, as required, tn change
Ihi. dl.c.ueil nrtlon of tho svstcm. With amli
t lianire ihoto coiiiptaiots tli.aicar.
For lirunas and Itrciiialctsl HsII
Ins;, tliey should lie taken in larRe and lic
ipient doses to produce the Ctlcct of a ttr.iHc
pillTC.
For Nupprcaalnn, a lai'Redii'e should be
taken, as li iirodurei the .U-ired effect by
sympathy.
As a liluntr rill, takeoneortwo Viltt to
promote ill?0'tlon. and relieve the stomach.
An oeranional ilom stlinulatcs Ihe stomach
ami bowel, re ..tore, the appetite, and Invigor
ates the svstcin. Hence it Is oUen advanta.
rrotts where no serious tleeitiiKeineiit exists.
On.' who fil ls tolerably well, olten finds that
a doe of Iheic VIII makes hhn Icel d'rld.
Hly bitter, fiom iieir rle.inMne and rno
v. nil's effeet on tho digestive ojiparalits.
ritri'vnm tiv
Ur. J. C. AYM U CO., rractleal Chemltti,
i.on v.i.i,, mass., v, s. a.
van rai.r nv all nut uiiists rrmirwitritiu
Ayer's Aue Cure.
For Fever ami Auo, Intennlttont Fe
ver, Chill 1'ovcr, Homittcnt i'ovcr,
Dumb Ajruo, reriodlcsLor lillloua Fe-
Lll UV., HUU AIIUUUU U UIO tUiOUtlUnS
which nriso from malarious, marsh, or
inlasmatlo poisons.
Tr No one remedy Is londe -
ffl called for by the ncrestliiti
y of the American people tkan
. a suro and safe cure for
JH I'ftrr unit .tictie. IMI h
M we are now enabled to nffcr,
w ilh a perfect certainly that
It will cradicato thcdiieasr, and nith a--ur
nnce, foundesl on proof, that no harm n
arise fiom its ukc hi any imantlty.
That which protects from or prevent - Milt
disorder must be of luiinsnso eerrlec In t
communities where it prcvarii. I'rtrtnttf..
Is better than cure; for the patient ceajic
riskwhiih bo mint run InvioUiit attacks ..i
this baleful dlstcmier. Tlil " (.'Llir." expels
the miasmatic-oiou of Feteruntl Actiei
from the system, and p relents the deit.-.-meat
of the illseasc. If taken on the lir-t
approach of its premonitory tjuiplonn. A
Krcat tuieriorlty of this rtmcdy over any
other oser discos ererl for the sierdy and rer
lain euro nt Inu nnltlenta It, thai il contains
uo Quinine or udncrali con quciill; It pro
duces no quinism or oUicr Injurious t fleets
whatever upon tho constitution T(,n ruled
by it art) left as healthy as If 1'iey had never
had tho disrate.
reset- tsnil Acae Is not alone the r n
sequence of the miasmatic poUon. A great
variety of disorders arlio from Its Irrltatica,
among; which are .ennalKlia, Ithrntiiu.
tlatts, CJonl, lleiarlttcbe, Illlnilnesa,
Toothaclie, Eantcbe,t.'ntitrrh, .l.tb.
tuts. Ptalsltatlasi, Pulstful Atrecliitii
of the Hpleeit, llyaterlca, Puln la the
Bowels, Colic. Partalyals, and derange
meat of the Stomach, all of which, when
originating In this rntitc, put on the later
inlttent type, or becoiuo periodical. Thi)
"CfKi:" expels the poison from tho blood,
and consequently elites them all alike. It is
an invaluable protection to iminlfrrants and
persons travelling or temporarily residing la
the malarious districts. If taken occasion
ally nr dally while exposed to the Infection,
that will lie excreted from the system, and
cannot accumulate in tufUcicnt quantity to
riH-n Into disease. Hence it Is even moiu
valuable for protection than cure; and few
will ever suffer from Intcrmittvnts If they
avail themselves of the protection this icm
edy nffonls.
For Mver Complaints, nrlslnj; from torpid
ity of the I.trer, It I an cxrcllent remedy,
Mlmulatlns the Liver Into healUiy activity,
and produclnR many truly icmarkablo cures
si here other medicines fall.
pnr.pABrn nr
Dr. .1. C. AYKIt A- CO.. Lowell, Mats.,
Praetlrnl nnd AnaliUral Chrmtrlt.
AND HOLD ALL BOUND TflE WORLD.
JUST PUBLISHED.
Kill IMItlnn.
PRACTICAL OBSERVATIONS,
os
NERVOUS DEBILITY
.vn
Physical Exhaustion,
To which Is added
An Esouy on Marrinirc,
Willi Important Chapters on
ni-soiiDi.!!-- or Tin: iii.TituiJUtriYi.
OIlUANj,
lleinsa synopsis of U'Cturesdelliiii.tl at Ihelr
Muaouxu of Anatomy
htraiiKci vlslllm.' Iho etly, should not (all to
see this ffirat collection, K'lug the largest in the
woild
807 Choatmit St.. Oppoaito Continental
Hotel, Fhiludolnbia.
fn.li.j .if l-fliir... fci.nl r.n riH-oliil oi 'ii r.sntS,
Aililnss. IlltS. .KillIIAN A HAVILSON,
n.tf.'.M.tv
ii-"i I HUrt M., riilhidclphb.
A BOOK FORJHE MILLIOH;
CjUA i rnyttrlei toi rtttUUooi o;
tt(4 emi aj-troi; lb
H'fifct dUep? rtf la tL ilcur of HpfflueilM, prwttritst
in oi'ojf Irxton. Ac.
Tbl la ta iotfrtitlnjf wirlc of two tiodrtd b4 ctxty
'' t, wltfi nitnroui mertttinm, ol conuU Tftlatbl
luf-rmvUriQ tbt tbwo b r mtrrlcj crcoDtnpltunr
rlitrt nit) Il U tbok ititt ouibt to bo krpi tsicr krl
n l I- ! QotUrt flirttjcitlj lUtit ifcobouM.
II cflfcUltw tb ciix-rlfBcs) ul sVdisC it a thTilolafi
1o-.t r.'ruuttoo U orlJ-tl. al ihoulJ U la ilKrri
drawer tt crcry ralo aal rnul4 ttiroboat ttm tnUrt
Sluhc. 11 rubrteri ttryttto- on ib orJ-ct or lbs kdc
lUn xNtfm U.t U wortb b0lc. u4 auk Ut ) duI
pubUibM lo njr ntbr work,
Hunt to oy oo (fre- of rm-Utr) for Fifty Cn.
il Louii, Ma '
Notlci to tho Affltcted and UntortunaU,
Dtruri irfljlof W th DAtorlotu qutcki bo 1rr ril
pibtlfl pipTf. or uilng qiitsTk rftnotlitt, rrru Dr.
li'jtu' oi k, ti tutur wbfti ywur dliv U tr bow dtpior
fcb'oyour CvOditioo. '
lit. Hutu oocupiM ft doubU bMM f tvtnty-itTf q rtwrni i
U inJonM ly on ct lb noi elbnw i ut4iel nroTc.
?n.tly cr by iflll'ou U. 4Im nnitlaaed la bU worki.
Offlct nJ prlori, W-rU EijtUi fimt. Un
1i Ultud Ct.qgt. fit. Uttli. Mo.
CONFESSIONS
OP A VIC TIM.
lliMUhed as s whtoIiik and lorlhs Unflltol
Vnnp Men and othera who uirerfronj noua
Uelrilhy, Loss of Manhood etc.. Ulvln hit
Itules of elf-cure, after nndereoinK much uf
ferlnnand exiiejise, and maliea titfoa ijejlf1
Inir n nnsl.tmlil ,llw,.1 envalolK. AllurCKS fA.
TllANlKL MAYKAlll, l' O. BOX IW. Iiroolt
Ivn. N. Y. 7-7-1-WCm.
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