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Cairo 4 Vlncrjines
Cairo, Arkansas &
Traru m at nallr.
pally u't Monday
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Up, Stui. Tn, Krl
TriiUy A Saturday
a. vr. McKxAta, r. m.
ST. LOUIStlftOH MOUNTAIN
ft SOuTHuN K. K.
Kxpress leave Cairo dally 2:00 P m.
Kxnrow arrive at Cairo ilallv............4;siii. in.
Accommodation leave Cairo iUlly....-:0 a. ra
ApAnmnKMlallnn arrive ilnllv fcxecnt
SnmUr)....". - U:W a. in.
t i mi 1 w 1V r-ttnn
Mall at....- U:1& , tu ...... .....Bally
V mala at atlftii.m "
Freijfht at,-......-.. 4:00 a. rn. -Except .Sunday
rnaftt at 4 30 p. m
FWD1II..H mUMS. IU.
AHMVE AT CJltlft
3:00 a. Ill ..Dally
....... 11:30 p. ii...Kxccpt Sunday
B:a5n. m... Monday
8:45 p. tn... " Monday
,..10;fl)u, m... " Sunday
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JAMES JOHNSON, Arant.
CAIKO ST. LOUIS B. R.
On nnd after Auk. 2!, trains will nin an fol
owi, Sunday executed, from tho corner of
second street anil Commercial arcnue, Cairo,
leave Cairo 10: 15 A.M.
" Murphysboro LM'.r. M.
Arrive East St. Louts ci 55 "
coiko ton ii.
Leave East 8t-Louis.......... 8:30 A.M.
Arrive Murphrsboro Ui:l, M.
Leave Murphysboro................. li!:15 "
Vrrlve Cairo ... . 4:00 "
Connecting at St. Louis with all trains West
and North. .1. L. HINCKLEY. Stipt.
J, A. WENTZ. General Fasseturer Agent.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
OAIBO. SVANBVILLB. INDIAN.
VOUXTUEN HOTJRS EACH WAY,
IXDIAXAfOLIS AM) CICDTXATI EXmtSH.
leaves Cairo.. f:00 a. m
Arrives at carml. s:s
Arrives at Vlnccnnf s 11:15
VIA BT. ton AXD SOLTnKASTMUf BAILIIOAI).
Arrives at Evansrille-....... 4:18 p.m.
VIA IJTDlAXAroMS AXD VIKCEVKES nAILIIOAO.
Arrives at Indianapolis- -. 4:.m p, tn.
VIA OHIO AXO MIMUSim IIAILROAD.
Arrives al North Vernon. 5:45 p.m.
Arrives at Cincinnati 4:00 "
Atrlvisat Louisville. 7:f.
Leaves Louisville .......
Arrives at Vlneenncs....
. 7:W "
l':00 I) m.
aves Evunsvillc 11:10 a.m.
Arrives at Carmi.. 1:4.1 p.m.
Arrives at Cairo 0:TO
ItaxlnK clow connections to and from nil
points East and North, at Indianapolis and Cln
c'jxnntl, and to and from all oluts bouth and
West of Cairo by rail and riper.
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Tlie Mound City Accommolatlon runs AVod
nesday and Saturday.
Leaves Cairo 12 :25 nnd 5 :00 p . m .
Laavcs Hound City l:15anAri:iv. tn.
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Dealer in Fresh Meats
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Tho Trustees of tho Cairo City
Property dw-lro to call public nttcntlon
to the merits of their property, compris
ing n considerable portion of tho City of
Cairo. In Alexander County. In tho State
of Illinois, nnd laiuls Immediately adja
'i'tiU rltv. n la well known. Is situated at
tho confluence of the Ohio and MKl'Mppl
rivers, at the bead 01 unmtorupteu naviga
tion on the Ml.lsiln!, bethK below ob
structions by ice In the winter and low
water in summer, and thus has elenr nnd
open river communication at all times over
tboMtlstFtlntidltiriuuurtei, witn an
the country south, to tho Uulf ol Mcx'co
and tho Atlantic Ocean. CJaire baa nlno the
sumo character of nimraunlcatlon with all
the country north over tne streams nowiiig
by it, when those ktrcam aro not innavi
gable by tcason ol Ice or low water.
llclore the era of llallroads, Cairo had a
coinmandioj; position as a centre of com
merce and navigation. This importance oi
position chc j-ttll possesses, but has now the
additional advantage of being a great rail
road centre, a number ol tho mont Import
ant railroads in tho Valley otthuMlssisnlppi
convorilti!,' to and having their termini
there. Among these, coming from the north
ate thu great Illinois Central Uallroi.il,
which traverses tho entire -tate or Illinois
from;lts cxtretin- northern and north-extern
to Its southern limits, and by its connections
extends Into all tho great northwestern
grain producing Statos ; tho Culro and Vln-cenuci-,
extending from Cairo to iho City ol
Viucenncs. iu thu State of Indlani, where
Its connection- afford direct railroad eem-
M....I..1AU .cl.l. nil ......
lUUIJIUllUIi ..lit. .! U-VW1. Villt, t HUM
the Cairo .V.St. Lout Itallroad, altordlng a
direct railroad communioation with the
City ol St. Louis and all tho railroads cen
tering there. The roads coming Iroin tho
.South nre the New Orleans, Jackson and
Great Northern uud the Mobile and Ohio
llallroads, which give direct railroad com
munication with the cities ot Mobile and
New Urlean. ami other Southern Atlantic
sea ports, ami by connecting roads with all
the country south of Cairo; and coming
from the southwest is the Cairo. Arkansa-
and Texas liallroad, which affords i-lmilar
communication with Southern Ml sourl.
Arkansas and Texas, and the principal cit
ies of those States. This Ust-named road
will give, aUo. direct councclimi with the
Texas nnd Pacific itoad when It 1 com le
ted, thu" gttlng direct communication '.vl h
tho principal ports ol thf l'acltlo Uceau
These railroads, terminutlMf at Cairo, nre
now an compieteu anu 111 uci oshuu opera
tion, those lu Illinois comli.g into the city
on n bank ot each ol the rl 1 rs. Ohio and
MisUsIppl. and terralnatlu :il their onntlu
encc. thus encircling tho it). Tho Holly
Springs, Drownsvlilc an' Ohiu Itiver Kail
road, and tho Cairo and IV nu ro Itiver
liallroad, which will li-th tr. Inate at
I'nlPA nrn In n.ntrsn nri.fillslrilclfoll 'intt WJli
soon bo comnktcd. and other rnllioailt both
In Illinois and In .State solllh of the Ohio
river, which will a'.o tcimlnate at Cairo.
ar projected, an'i arrangements mado 10
build them. The coui.lriictloii of these
will greatly increase tue riuruau communi
cations of Cairo.
Its central location in the grcr'. Yatley of
the Mississippi, and the great wealth of river
anu rauroau communication, gives to uairo
unsurpassed advantages as a commercial
point, as It affords to her easy and cheap ac
cess to all the grain producing districts ot
t be North and West, and similar access to all
the agricultural tToducc consumers of the
.South, thus presenting the best location in
the West for an Interchange of the respect
ive northern and southern commodities and
A a manufacturing location the position
01 wuiro is lioness important., ilie cmue
materials of every description, which con
stitute 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 accn-lMc, and the rich agri
cultural region of tho Immediate neighbor
hood, as well ax the more remote districts
rendered tributary to It by river and rail,
furnish supplies ol the necessaries of life In
such abundancn as to render living except
ionally cheap. When the manufactured arti
cles aro produced, the facilities for cheap
dl.trlbution by river and rail aro not
Cairo has a moral. Intelligent, liberal and
enterprising population of about 12,000 baa
a superior system of public tchools, which,
with others conducted by private enter
prise, afford unmrp sscd educational ad
vantagesIs possessed of well-established
cburobcs of nearly every .denomination
has publin and private buildings of a supe
rior chaiactcr-ha a climate, which for sa
lubrity and healthltil Influences rannnt rm
surpassed-haj a well-regulated and ef-
uciem municipal organization, its streets
lighted with gas. and other metropolitan ad
vantages, which make it highly desirable
aud in reality not to bo excelled us a place
of permanent residence.
hots and land in Cairo aro now offcrod at
very low prices, affording tuvorauio oppor
tunities to purchase, and the owners pre
sent tho location tn the nubile us offering
unrivaled advantage lor the successful es-
law suuirni 01 commercial ur -inuiiiiiaciiir-Ing
enterprises, and the best locudty in the
country tor prolltablo Investment ot capital.
S. Staats Taylor,
Cairo, Iu., May 1st; 1874.
Yotinif men and ladles to I; now thattbelien
place to obtain 11 business i-durutlotl and an ele
gant hatid-wtlting Isnt the
WOKTBIKOM BUS1KSSS COLLEGE
Toledo. Ohio. snd for circular and
samples 01 ptnmantlim. AddreM.
II. M VYonTliiSfiiOx,ToU'lo, O.
Plritnnnt nnd ProHtnblc Employ
tneMt.-"lteantlrull" "Cliannlnjt!" 'Oh,
howlovelyl" "Wliat arclhey worth?" Ao
Such arc exclamation, by those who sec the
lanrt elegant New Clirnmn. produced by the
Kurnpeanand American Cbromo 1'ubll.lilnR
Co. Tlicy nre all perfect (Jems of Art . No one
can re.ltthe temptation to buy when seeing the
Cbroinns. I'anVMters, Agents, and tallies nnd
Kentlcmen out of employment, will And this the
best opening eteronerrd to male money For
full particulars, send stamp Tor confidential cir
cular. Address F. UI.KASON .t CO., S
Washington St., tlo'ton, Mass.
$50 TO $10,000
Has liecn invested In Stork Privileges and paid
How to Do It," a Hook on Wall St ,Knt
free. Tiiinbrlilc ,V Co., Hunters ,t JlroUr, 2
Wall St.. N. Y.
The choicest In the world--lmnortern'
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Wells, t:i Vcsey ht,, N. Y,, I'. Itox 12a(7.
Ladies, Read This !
IF YOU WII.fi 8F..ND MI." YOUIt NA.MK
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TROY, N. Y
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A WEEK truaninlcett to tunic nnd
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I. ItOWKl.L A CO . Advertising Acnits. No. 41
I'ark How, New York. Meier to Editor of this
rylfhrateil fnr tl PITHITY, KTItEXGTII nnd
P'Aiii'i'Auiii.iausn. nsrnms.i to rr.cstai
Icklca. . . H. I,, PHUbbl.SO CO.,
X JtiM MtealnkvHiT.,Cblcac.
The Success ofLOMPOChas Induced tho
Owners to Iinvo a
GRAND AUCTION SALE
IS miles South of San Luis l)l)l,-K),and 12 miles
.-oriii oi i.oiiiikc.
la htls of 5, JO, .0, and 150 iere.
TUESDAY, OOTODEn.'Ith. 1876.
OXTIIETIIACT. and continue THHKK .lays. I
Tr.nus: One-rmirth cash, luilauon In fuiir
ciualannu.il liisnillruents, with ten r cent. In
terest. These lands are well wnjerul, tlmlier).), nnd
sultablo for ralalug all kind of grain, vegeta
bles fruitJ, tobacco, etc Wll furpo.t Co's ,
Kxiircss, Post Olllcc and St(am.ili olllci cs
taMltlied Inthetown, A line wliarr nt I'olnt
Hal, wheieany vesi l can land.
100 6-acro lota will be sold,
ramiildets. Mans, mid imrllrul
bilned ut llio (Iraml I'ucllfc Hotel. Chii-jivn. ..r
Wit. II. MAimv
Agent, or by ud-
California Immigrant Union,
034 Oallfomia St , San FrancIsco.Cal.
E. L. Hedatrom. A. C. Meeker. A.J. Hoole.
E. L. HEDSTROM & Co.,
Miners & Shippers of
( 21 feneca street, Miiflalo.
Or.xi:n.u. Orricxs, Cor. Adams A Market ht.
, . ( ChlcaKo.
Also Agents for Blossburg Coal Co.
To Lumbermen $100 in Gold.
Send for nilecriptlon or Emerson's Patent
Planer Toothed and Damascus Tempered
Saws and an account of the (;reat National .Haw
ing Contests In which they carried on every
prize inrludlnirtlic $100 In Gobi Address
Emerson, Ford & Co , Beaver Fall, Pa.
bay where you saw this b-M-d.twtw.
"hi: . Calls
I flfj CONTROLS 6,000 lliuhcla
of Uralii fur 30 Days.
sBZ.OOO 1111,1 upwards is 1 nef)iE.(n.v
' realizwlonan ImesUutut
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for full Informalion HOW TO OPERATE, send
for our circular. Address
CLARK & CO.,
166 WashlDRton St., Chicago,
V,i.l ft IU,ILm. niTiiWiiif ,'h.I i,.
1s..i'. imi iilv: firjiii llUl'tJijl wu(-sj jJ
31 N. Third Street, tit. LouU, Mo.
A PLEASANT HOME
Theicbldeiiccaud Kround. In Jouesboio, IIU.,
. foiiuvrly known a tho
Sltuateil three blocks from and fUclnir the Pub
llc siiuare, four block from thu depot of the
Cairo A bt. Ixiuis railroad, und about one mile
froiutw depot of the I C. It. It. ulAnnu. Tim
house is a aulistantlnl, koo1 styled frame, and
In excellent rciiulr has seven rooms.lnritu hall,
lioitlco, porch, cellar, and front and side en
trances, A Rood cistern, well barn and wood
house conveniently located, Abrut
Throe and Ono-Half Acres of Ex
cellent Ground I
One-third In .hntblieiT, fruit, and omaimiital
trees, berries, Ac, and the remainder now in
8 rasa and clover-well adapted to kitchen enr
enln or berry culture.
rtThe owner resides elsewhere uud will sell
t low figures.
Inquire on premises or addrees
A, J, tfll'KLS', Joneiboro, HI..
Leading Journal of Southern
Will steadfastly oppose tho policies oi tu,
Itcpubllcan party, and re fin n to be tram
melted the dictation ol any clique In the
U believes that the Itcpubllcan parly no;
fulfilled IU mission, and that tho Oemo-
cratlc party ai now organized nhoulu 1 e re
stored to power.
It believes the Judical tyranny that ha
for several years oppressed the i-'outf
should be overthrown and the people r.l iD'
Southern States permitted to control their
own a Hair.
it believes that railroad corporations
should be prohibited by legislative enact
ments from extorting and unjustly dssenm
Inatlns in their business transactions with
It recognizes the equality of all men be
fore the law.
It advocate free commerco tariU for
It advocates resumption or specie pay
ment, and honest payment of the public
It advocates economy in the administra
tion ol public affair.
AS A NEWSPAPER
The Hulletln will publish all the locaincwi
oi Cairo, and a variety ot Commercial, Po
litical, Foreign nnd Goncral Jfovrg, and en
deavor to pleaso all tastes and intercH all
t ii i;
Is a thirty-two column paper, furnished lo
subscribers (or tho low price of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
roaiogr prepaid. It i iho cheapest paper
in the West, and is a pleasing Fireriue
Visitor and Family Companion.
Cannot (ail to tee tho v "Waled induce
ments offered by Tho Bulletin in the way
oi cheap and profitable advcrtlicmeutc.
Ayert Cathartic Pill,
For the relief
and euro of nil
the stomach, llv
rr, and bowels.
They aro a mild
apenom, nnu uu
ooBtam no, mer
cury or mineral
rcrlous sickness and suffering; Is prevented by
their timely use and every family should
have them on hand for their protection and
relief, when required, tons: expcrlonce lias
proved them tn bo tho sateit, surest, anil
of all the ruu with which the market
abounds. By their occasional use, the blood
Is purified, the corruptions of tho system ex
pelled, obstructions removed, aad the whole
machinery oriifo restored to Its healthy activ
ity. Internal organ which become clocsed
and sluggish aro cleansed by Aytr't M'lll;
nnd stimulated Into action. Thus Incipient
disease Is changed Into health, the value or
which change, when reckoned on the vast
multitudes who enjoy It, can hardly be com
puted. Their siurarcoatlng makes them
pleasant to take, and preserve their virtues
unimpaired ror any length of time, to that
they nro ever fresh, and perfectly reliable.
Allhouali searching, thnv an, mllil. nnd nncr-
ato without disturbance to the constitution or
diet or occupation.
Full directions are given on tho vrmpper to
each bex.how to uto Ihci.i asnramlly i'hyslc,
and for the following complaints, which theso
J'Hf rnpidly cure:
For BfyspvSMlM or IntMrnsf IJat
lrasarM, I,aairHir, und Vm mt Asism--tit,
they shomd bo taken niodcrntelr to
stimulate Iho stomach, aud restore Us healthy
tune and action.
For Liver Cataplalaf and its various
symptoms, HHIans HraiiMcl, Slek
laUi)CR, jramsisllcts or Hak
cm, Billons C'ssllc and Mlllaaa
rs, Uiey should tw Judiciously taken for
each case, to correct tho diseased ncllon, or
temovo the obstruction" which coimo It.
Kor nyss-istr ry or Hlarrlstrai but one
mild dote is gcncrully required.
For MkeasMatiaaa, Claat, Oravel,
IalBlalloa offn) cart, kala la
tkt Side, Vack, and aVala, they should
be continuously taken, ns required, to rhaiifrci
the diseased ncllon r tlio syttom. With audi
change thoie complaluls lisapiear.
for Ilronay nnd ISropalcMl Hstrtl
lags, they thould bo taken in laree and rrc
qnent doses to produce llio erect of a drastic
t'or Mniprrulnn, a Lirfeil.c should be
taken, as It produces tlio dejired effect by
As aJifiiMrr J'Hf, lakconoortwo 7'H to
promote digestion, ami relievo the stomarh.
An occasional ilose tllmulatcs the stomach
and bon els, restores llio appetite, and Invigor
ates the system. Ilcnee It Is often advanta
geous where no serious derangement exists.
Ono who reels tolerably well, often finds that
n doio or tliesn I 'IIU makes him feel decid
edly better, from their clcanflng nnd reno
vating effect on llio digestive apparatus.
Dr. J. C. AYEB & CO., Practical Chemists,
i.owr.r.i., stAHH., v. s. a.
roit saix nv all nin (ioists rvrnvsvitRUK.
Ayer's Aue Cure,
For Fever a.i Ajrue, Intermittent Fo
vsr, Chill Fever, itemittent i'evor,
Dumb Ague, Periodical or Dilioua fe
ver. Ac, and Indeed all the affections
which arlae from malarious, marsh, or
rsrs. No one remedy is louder
called for by the necessities
BT of the American people than
. a sure nnd safe cure for
BBV l'eter aaii Afar. ucb
we are now enabled lo afler,
" Willi a perfect certainty that
it will eradicate the disease, and with assur
ance, foundeil on proof, that no harm can
arise from Its use In any quantity.
That which protects from or prevents this
disorder must be of Immense service in tho
communities where it prevails. I'rtrtntion
is better than cure; for the patient escape tlm
risk which lie must run In violent attacks of
this baleful distemper. This " C'L'lir." expels
the miasmatic poison of Fevrr aasl Agat,
from tho system, and prevents the develop
ment of the disease, If taken on the first
approach of Its premonitory symptoms. A
great superiority of this remedy over any
sillier ever illseovered for the speedy and cer
tain cure of Intermittent is, that It contains
no .Quinine or mineral; consequently It pro
duces no quinism or other Injnrlons effect
whatever upon tho constitution. Those cured
by It arc Icit as healthy as If they had never
bad tho disease.
vt aasl Aran Is not alone the cou.
acquenco or the miasmatic poison. A great
variety of disorders nrlse from Its Irritation,
nmeng which are Ifaaralsjla, Hkrasau
siias, sQaat, HrsMlacko, llatlarsa,
Tootkacks-, Earackc, Calarrk, Aaik
a, Palpltulloa, Palatal AtTrctloa
r tkss Nnlrra, Ilyslrrlca, Paia la lkr
Boss r la, Colic, Paralysis, and derange
ment of tho (itomach, all of which, when
originating In this cause, put on the later
mlttcnt type, or become periodical. This
"Cckh" expels the poison from the blood,
nnd consequently cures them all alike. It Is
an Invaluable protection to Immigrants and
persons travelling or temporarily residing In
the malarious districts. If taken occasion
ally or daily while oxpoied to the Infection,
that will be excreted fiom tlio system, and
cannot ncciimulato in sufficient quantity to
ripen Into disease. Hence It Is even mora
valuable far protection than cure; and few
I will ever suffer from Intermittent! If tlicy
nvall themselves of tho protection this rem
For I.irer Complaints, arising from torpid
ity of the Liver, It Is an excellent remedy,
stimulating the Liver Into healthy activity,
nnd producing many truly remarkable cures,
where other medicines fall.
. rBCTABED BV
Dr. J. C. ATKK CO., iViwell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical ChimUti,
AND BOLD ALL ItOUND THE WOULD.
To which Is addul
An Essay on Marriago,
With Important chapters on
UISOIIDIMW OK TIIK UKPKODUCITVE
llclng u synopsi of Lectures delivered at their
Musoum of AxxAtoxsiy
Strangers visiting the city, Miould not tall to
tec this gnat collection, being the largest iu the
807 Chestnut St., Opposite- Continental
Copies of lectures sent on receipt of tt" cents.
Address, lilts. .IOIIDAN A IlAVIUbON,
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rlsfsi sun It Is a toot this soft" is Ss kspt us In IwS
ibI Ut, nd aot lrt eutU.Hr sVist it. ksus.
11 ooaiuos las uivrltsn S4 tiru or a skrilcus
ttxm rnaisUoa Is wotkl-Ttd., ut stoia b l lUrrt
nuorsvtrsftnrssalsuS fsasla throiiheoi lbs soUm
lost. II sabrsou srsrriaias on lbs subjoa of Uo i-bw-iu.t
rrsua Ml Is vorib kasvUi, aack ttsl ll bm
ibUbs4 la tar otbsr vork. ,
' ot w iu into of soauss) fcr riftr Csats.
Notice to the Afflicts and Unlorlunsts.
ti.brt a raj rial is lbs aoswlow 4akt aSTtmas la
rubll. or aalaj ur nawSlM, nrsH Dr.
Saul? SSl, u wwrirbM T ji aisssas It tr .w u,.
' OrVu uaniw a inblt mm triwnn-.anta noai
UtiiStt ST SSmft " MUbnua attlttl rabt!
OF A VICTIM.
Fubllshed a a warning and tor the baneflt ol
Ysung Men and other who suffer from Nervou
Debility, Loss of Manhood, etc., Giving hi
Rule of Self-cure, aftar undergoing much suf-
erinarana exneais. and maiiaa rrea on w. ,.
or a Dost-Dstd direct
:4 envsJopf. AddrtM MA-
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