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OlXBO P01TOFPICE
Orrtea Uov From 7:30 n.m
u.m.:tMMtay from 7ton.in.
Order MX) .ui. to fi:00 p.m.
to 0:.10
Mom-'
.rrlvr
a.m. r.M,
lao
I Illilinli Central 1 11
3:00 2:i
!:00
r.:oo
1:00 '
O.Hi
m .no
10:3H
Mill. Onlral K It
''
Calm vlnccnnc
UIt-IaMy,
Cairo, Arkansas A
tcxm k n-iHiir
Ohio HlTcrUoiilP
liaUreac't Monday
Mla, Klrrr lloHte
Up, flun. Tu. "rl
Down, Til Thll.Kat
ThHtM Hotito
10:00
10.0
0:00
G.OO
Kriilxy Saturday
ti XV. McKeaio, 1'. M.
HAlXKOAItN.
ST. LOUISJBOir MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
Ktiri'M Lure Catro dally
.prm arrlvei at Cairo ually.
":IKIJ. 111.
il III,
'Uu. III.
...mtnn1tl, irrlrM ilulll' feCCIlt
Samls.? ) ' '
TIME CARP.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.
R.
TRAWK ULWE CAtttO
W:1M m
Mill at
Kxprosi t.
freight at..
rrelgM at...
freight nt..
I'reiKlit at..
..Dally
3:ic i. in
4:00 a in
ll:07.i. in
4 :iw i in
- 7:3" i. in
.K."trc)t Sunday.
AHKtTX AT CAtltO ,,
3:im a. m "ally
...... 2:30ii. in...i:xocpt .Sunday.
l.rn in... " Monday.
fltOti. in... " Hmi'lay.
.Jioin in... " Sunday.
Mall at...
Kxrires t.
KtHght a
Freliiht at
Freight a
-ll.COii. m .. "
JAKES JOHNSON. Agent.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
TX1VIH CARD.
Oil ami after Aug. 99, train will run n fol
ows, Sundays excepted, Irwin tlic corner of
.Soroml ntrw-t and (Jommirclal uremic, Cairo,
IllJtiois;
U01SO .10KTM
l.eare Cairo I";5A M.
" Murpliyjlxiro !!:!' I'. M.
Arrive Kait fit. Loul u "
r.oiso -of rn.
Lavc Ka it. IajuIs 8.71 A. M
Arrive Marphrabore Ut 1 M.
Imtc Munihrtborn - U.Ij "
Irrlre Cairo "
Conuectlnir atftt. Louli with all trains West
and North. J I-. HI.VCKI.Ki , Nipt.
J. A. WKNTZ, Oncral I'awiiscr Agent.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
CAIRO, TaVANBVILIB, INDIA'S
AEOIiIB, CINCINNATI
and LOUISVILLE.
FOURTEEN HOURS EACH WAY,
ANJJ ALL ilAXJilUUl
Sming Through Witkt Change
INDIANArOLH AND CINCINNATI KX'ltl4.
Ixai-s Cairo 1:00 a. in
ArrireaatCarml e::i "
Arrirw at Vinccnun- 11:15 "
VIA fT. LOCK AMI fOCTHKASTCICf IIAILIIOAI).
Arrlrcs at Evannville -!;? 11.111.
VIA IMDIANAI'aLU AND V1NCKN.SL4 IUILI10AU.
ArrlTeatlmUanaiolU t:'M t. in.
via oiiio ami uirsiiirri iiailuoau.
Arrireant North Vernon fi'.tt i.m.
ArriTM at Cincinnati ':" "
Arrivlsut I.ouivilli' "15 "
CAIIIOEXPIIE-H.
leaves Iu(llonaioli
Iares Cincinnati
l-mve lyOUitTille
ArriTM at Vlnotnncj....
I-4T- Vincvunvs
I.eavea Evmibvlllu
Arrives at CannU
Arrhes ut Caho
S.-.H n in,
CM'i "
T.-Ol "
- .':0 ii, m.
'.".r.7.'.".l 1 : 10 a. in,
I:U li.iu.
, y;yo "
to anil from all
Maklnc clo'e conncctluna
witnta Eat and Norlli. at Imlianmolls ami L'ln-
c.anatl, ami to ami from all )uiiit nuutli au'l
West of Cairo by rail ami rim
JfOCND CITV ACCOMMODATION.
'Ihe.Moun'l City Accommodation tuns MV1
nrilay anil .Salunlay.
Iaivc Cairo 1 Jvi'i ami in.
lntvc Monnil 'it v :l.'init .'i.'to u. in.
X. B. OOOD&IOH, H. L. MOnniLT-,,
Gm' Ticket As' t. UMu-ral Mip't
l3"For information rlatlvr to rate ami con
neclioni, apply to .IAMK1 MAJ.I.OItV,
TI Olilo Lcit-c.
Evansvilfe, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
"Kon
Paducah, Shawnootown. Eva us
ville, LouisiUe, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
unrlvnllol ciUc-tvlirl tramr
IDLEWILD,
II. (1. l'ol.ia Mauler.
Kb. It.'lnoMAi m Ck-rk.
WlllleaieKiannvUlc fur Cairo v cry MONDAY
anaTIIUUSliAV ut 4 o'clock ti. in.
J.wm Cairo avery 1 UKiDAY ami r'UIDAY.al
ti o'clock li. m
The ilecaut (iU-wli(il etcamtr
ARKANSAS BELLE,
llix linwAru. , Ma-lr,.
Waluh I). l'.NMSi,roN Cleik.
Will laare Ktatwlllf lor Calroeicry TUKS
DA V anil KitllM Y at o'clork li m
Will lrai e Cairo erery W'KDNKsliAYiin'ISAT
L'lIHAY at 0 o'clock , in
1 he elegant i'lc-whce 1 tteaniT
PAT. CLEBURNE,
Imis (iorr .
Mat. Williami
....Maxtir
Clerk,
141 e Kvantvllle for Cairo cvtrv WKDNKS'
DAY and hATIJIIADY at ft p. Ill
Uavei Cairo every IIIL'ltsl).VY uml S U.N D A Y
at Up. m.
Kach Iwat ruaket clote connecllona at Cairo
itliflrt-cla attaraer for ht. IxmU, Mem
fhlaamt New Orleans, and at Kvannvllle with
thtK.ACH.lt tor all oints North ami Katt,
n1 Willi the Louisville Mail ht-amer fiiutill
l)inu on the LIpH.r Ohio, Kivlnv througlirt
trlliuta''" frt'li ami ia6en(5ers to all ioitit
i rot further Information aiiply to
bOL. hlLYKll.'Vas.enKcr Agent.
IIAIXimY linos,, I i
Or to o J. (iliAMbU'tt
(iuperlnleml.nt ami Gineral Krelitht Aitent
fcj-W-ir. Kvan.i1lUI,!fjr.,',u.
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
IRON. TIN
AND
Sltto Koofr
Eoofimgand Guttering a Bpocialty.
llaU Hooftinf a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Bodi. Pumps, stoves
and Tinware.
tfokkiag ProMptly Don.
wy-i-l-wly,
gin uilijlin.
PARAGRAPHS.
TltcOrcck .lotinials annoiinec the
death of Mm. Mack, Hymn's "Mnltl of
Allien'." She wm scvcnty-l.x year? of
ni;o.
Duma's piny of "Cntnlllc" has never
heeii played in Knglnml, owing to the
Inct that tlie Lord Chamberlain would
never allow Its prcsontatloii.
A new museum has been opened nt
the Hague for the purpose of reviving
an interest In the old national Industries
of Holland, many 01 which have fallen
into decay. There are already Hue collec
tion'' of nnilcnt Dutch pottery, glass
work, and casts from monuments, sculp
t mvs and carving" In the old and seldom
tl'lled churche.
Klcctrlc science occupies a place ol
no mean importance In the new opera
house in Paris, a special room Is set
apart as a battery room, In' which .".'30
lluusctr cell?, arranged In sets of 00 on
rough plate glass tables, arc manipulated
to pas a current to any parlot the stage,
so as to direct the electric light upon any
point of the scenery.
Kpphiir Fore.it has at length been re
Mom! to I lie public. Two thousand
acres ol land which had- been eiiclo-cd
and built upon will he thrown back.
making the whole extent something llku
.,000 acres. The largo and beautiful
mansions will not be removed, but a
special ground rent exacted of the
owners to keep the famous lorest in or
der. FALL!
WINTER!
Prices to suit the Times.
Wholosulo Figures, but No Crodit !
Mrs. C. McLEAN,
Next Door to Houpt's
J owolry
Htoro,
EIGHTH STREET,
BETWEEN COMMERCIAL AND
WASHINGTON AVENUES.
HATS, Itonncts, Klourra,, Law, l!llilas,
Sllki, Velvets, Tie), lluclilngii, Corsets,
Kill (ilovfs, Hosiery, WorMeila.
Alio the "Lailie' I)rcs9 Ittfonu'
OOH8ET,
Anil nil the tieu- styles of trimniinK Silks
Kail nmt Winter.
for
OM'tic"!1 itoixls will lie jolil at very low 11
ry low Mr-
i-u-sur
urcs, for CASH uti'l CASH ONLY
BOBBINS'
MB BAZAR
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
CAIRO ILL'
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OP
EVERY DESCRIPTION.
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
FIAIVOS
Of World wido Reputation.
Acknovrlclp-l by nil irooil Mu!clans to b; th
b.-bt 1'iHiio now nmile.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which wp bavi t-olJ over tOO duririK
twelve yrarit jiu-t, bucoinltig more anU nioro
pojiulir i'Vf ry tiny.
SMITH'S ABIERMJAN ORGAN,
Pplcmliil tone, l'owcr stul Dumlillity.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very lino liintnunciit, ailnptcd to lnktrti
mental m well at vocal iiituic.
A LL Tin: AIIOVK aiii: OKllMlKli nv
A Kasy Monthly I'.iyiiii'iil1., at lov ttytirri
gamier s ui i.isi i rice.
In great variety, Including all tho new
and papular music ol the day.
Orders Irom tho Country
promptly tilled and tent
by mail.
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS
ACCORDEONS, CLARINETS
FLUTES,
PICOLOS,
TAMBORINES
FHEXC1I HAM'S, ETC., ETC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
FurrJshcd to Order.
6TIUN08 FOB VIOUHB, OU1TABB, ETC.
Ol the Heat Quality.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of all trades for I'iano or Voice.
.TueF de,,cl?'1,0 ,of Musical Mer
chandlse funilshed to order, promptly and
at prlccB lower than ever offered before.
UENCV ALSO OT
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send for Illuktrtted Catalogtto aud l'rlco
List of those bektitlful gronpes.
AU Ooodi Warranted at Beprf ntd.
Address,
BOBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
Cairo. Illinois.
a
IIANKN.
THE
City National Bank
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL, - - 1100,000
orricsii.
W. I. HAM.IDAY, 1're.ililcnt.
IIKNItV L. HALI.1DAY, Vice Trcit.
A II. SArKOItll, :aihler.
WALT Kit IIY-SLOl", Ain't Canliler.
mnscTOM
fiTAAT TAVLOIt, It. II. (Ve.NWNOIIAM,
I
ll VI.I.IIIAV, IT, 1 IIAIXIDAT,
Ylll.t.tM40X, NTKntl.N IIIMIi,
A. II, s.moiiii
U. 1)
Exchange, Coin and United Statos
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DKrO"!l'IS i-p-vlvcil ami n Kcneul bunking
Imilne-mloni?
Enterprise Savings
BANK.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1860
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
orricins:
A. II. SAI'FOItD. IWileut.
H.S TA YLOIt, Vlre 1'iTSiilf nt.
W . IIYsLUI', Sec'yiimtTreasiiHr
dihkctoih:
1. M
TJAHCLAY. ClIAA. fl kt.lllllru.
M. hTOI KILLIll, l'Al'I. (1. Cllt'll,
II. CCNMSCItlAM. 11. L. llALLIDAV,
.1. M. 1'iiiLury.
INTbltbST pniil on (lcpixlti at the rate of tlx
percent it annum, March lt nml itini
Iwr 1st. Interest not ivitlulrawn Is aildeil liunu
1 lately to the principal of the tlejiosita, theit by
Kivlni; tliem coiiiioiiii1 intcrcit
Marriod Women and Children may
Doposit Monoy and no ono
olso can draw it.
Open every litilneilay fromOii.m. to H p.m.
ami Mituiiliiyi'iriilims for saving ilciioslti oulv
Iroiml to o'clock.
W. HYSLOP, Treaaurer.
KJIrof-. rri-Mcnt
1'. Neff Vice I'rii't.
Wells, Cu-liter
I. Kerlli, Afet tusli'r
Corner Commercial Ave and 8th Street,
CAIRO. XXjXjS.
DlltKCTdll'Si
I". llro-s, Cairo. Wm. KIiirc, Cairo.
1'. Netr, Cairo. Wm Woltc, Culm.
A . Siisanka, Cairo. It L. lUllln-ley, M, lml-,
K lllitler, Cairo. II. Wills, Cuiio.
K. II. Ilrlukman, si. ixjul,
A Uc-nr-inl llnnkliiK lliltm-os Horn-.
E3"Excliant!e holil nml linylit luteict pniil
In the Savins I)eiiirliinnt ( ollifiioiu mirte,
ami all oii-mcs- proinj'lly attemlcil to.
IV.M.OXSi.
The Gamble Wagon
CAIRO, IIiLIWOia,
MANUKAC1 UltKl) IIY
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE BEST and CHEAPEST WAGON MAN.
PFACrTJBED.
MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Fourth Streat
Awnrdnd the Highest Medal at Vienna
i !i 1 1 mm i co,
601 Broadway, Now York.
(Upi. .Metropolitan Hold.)
Manufacturcra, Importers & '.Dealers In
CHR0M0S AND FRAMES,
STEREOSCOPES and VIEWS,
AI.HUM-, ;HAI'IIOSCOI'!mm1 si 1 1 AltJ.K
VIKWS.
Photographic
Materials
W eaic lliu'l'iuarler- for ciery thing in Ihe way of
Siereopiicons aid K&gic Lanisrns
llchig Manufacturi r of Ihe
Micro-Scicntiflc Luntorn,
Stcreo-Panoptioon,
University Btcreopticon,
Advortisor's Storoopticon,
Artopticon,
SCHOOL LANTKU.V. 1'A.MILY LANTLILS',
I'LOI'LL's LAM KltN.
L-ch s.tle Uing Ihe let of tin cluss
inatktt,
m the
Catolotuesof Lanterns ami MMe. ulth ,11.
rictiutiB lor using sttiton apiilicatlou.
Any eulcrprUIng man ran miike money with a
Magic Lantern.
tO-Cut out tills adMrtUtmcul for reference, -C3
U-W-diM-tf.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
AND
Dealer m Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Between Washington nd OommercUl
yenuee, a4olaiaii Hanny'a.
RKKl'S for taU the best Beef. I'ork, Mutton
Veal, IjiuiIi, hauui(e, Ac . ariil is pre
parcl u crve fumllln in an accevttbic rtiacr.ir
CAIRO,
IXiIiIlVOIS.
Tho Trustees of tho Cairo City
Property ile-lru t" full IMilillc attention
totliuiiii'iiUoftlit'li iiropcrty, roiiijtrl-.-Iiift
n coustdcrnlilf portion of tin; City of
Cairo. In Alexnmkr County, in llm State
of IlllnoU, mul IhihU liniiicillntcly adjii
ocnt thereto.
TIiIh eity, an U well known, N .Viimtodat
tho lonlhielico or the Ohio Mid Mlflfillil
rlvcra, ut tho head of tinlitteruiiteil iimijta
tlonontlio lUl"lll'l. boiUK hcloiv oh
Mructlonx by Ice In the wlntor and low
water In etimmrr, anil tt.UM ha- ilenr mid
open rtver coiiiiiintiicutlcti at ull timet over
UicMi-KlH-lfiiiiitulltstributuricf, with till
the cotintrv ninth, to the Olilf ol Mexico
and the Atlantic Ocean. Cairo hanulto the
Btitno eltarnctvr ol eoinraunIci.t!on with till
the country north over tho dreams Mowing
by if, wlicn tlio.'o Ktrount nic not tnnnvl
gahlo by tcaion ol tee or low water.
llelorc the era of UallromN, Cairo had a
eomtnatidlne; position as a centre of com
merce and navigation. Thl Importance ol
portion he tlll poi.eHc. but liusiiow the
additional advantage ol he iiii,' a great rail
road centre, a number ot the mo-t import
ant railroad io the Valley oltheMNieippl
coiivfiiti.v,' to and haling their termini
(here. Anioiii' thcuc, coming from the north
arc tho great Illinois Central Jtadroul,
which traverses the entire ?tate ol Illinol
Iromlit extreme northern and north-em-tern
In ll MitltliPlll HinltM. and In- ltpniiiiietlon
o.vlendM Into all tho great nurtliwoterii i
(jrain produelng Statu ; tho Cairo and Vlii- I
cenuc.-, extendinj; from Cairo to the I ity of
Vlnetnnej, In tho Slate of Indiaiu, where,
itcntieetion ntl'ord direct railroad linn- '
munlcation wltli all Katern eitie; and I
the Cairo .V .St. Louis Itallroad, ufloritln a I
direct railroad communication with tho
City ol St. Louis and nil tliu railroad. ecu-1
term? ihero. i ho load coming Ironi Hie I
.South are tho New Oilcan, ,l,iekon mid j
(ireat Northern and the .Mobile and Ohio,
Kaliroad. wldeh Kivc dinet r.dlrnad com
mtinicitlon with tti'i citir. of M .bile and
New Orle.in,atidotlur Southern Atlaniic
tea poit.und by eoniwlingio.Hl with all
the country south of Cairo; and roniinf.'
Irotn tlie Mittthweft i-the Caito, Arkan-a-and
Tex.n It illroad, wlilch tlfonN plmll ir
communication with So thern .Ml emu I.
Arkaii.i ami leia. and tho prlnciinl eit-
le? of thoe State.. Thl. 1,1 name I o,d
will gie, :ilo. direct couneelion with t he j
Text and l'licllle lload when it i. com le- .
ted, tliu gUln.;' direct communication wl li
tho principal porti ol the racilio (icrati
lhec ra Iroad.-, terminating nt Ciro. arc
now all completfit and In rticce-fiil opcr
tlon, thoc In Illlooi coming tiitci tin city
on a liank oleacli ot tlic fiver. Ohio and
Mll"ippl. and terminating at their ennilii
ence, tliu encircling the city. The Holly
Spring;, Jlrowrjvlllc and Ohio Klvcr Itall
road, and the Cairo and TcnncKeo lllvrr
Itailroad, wlilch will both terminate at
Cairo, aro in cotir.-e of construction and i.l
toon lie eomplited, and other rallro.'i!hnth
in Illinois ami in .State xouth of t lie Oliio
river, which will a'.o terminato at Cairo,
ari projected, ann arraligemeiits made to
build them. The eonlnictlou or then
will greatlv Increase the rillroad eommunl-
cation o( Cairo.
ll central location in thogrer. Vnliey of
the Mlslsippi,iiDd tin: great wealth of river
anu ranroaii communication, give- to Cairo
unMirpued advantage ur a coinmcreial
point, a it aflord to her cay and eheap ac
cess to all the train producing; districts ol
the North and West, and flmlluracces to all
the agricultural produce con-tuners of the
South, tliu presenting; the best location in
tho Westloran interchange of the respect
ive northern and southern commodities and
production.
A a maiHlficturlng location the position
ol Cairo U not les Important. Tho crude
materials, of every description, which eon
tltuto the element of manufactured arti
cles, abound on every side, iron ore, uoal,
ofsupetior itia)lty, and timber of every
character, more tlun others, being easily
and cheaply acec-iblv, and tho rich agri
cultural region of the immediate neighbor
hood, as well a the more remote districts
rendered tributary to It by rher ami rail,
furnish supplies o the i.feessariebof life in
tich abundancn us to render livini; except
ionally cheap. When the manufactured aitl-
den arc produced, the facilities for elieap
distribution by river and rail arc not
equalled.
Cairo has a moral, Intelligent, liberal and
enterprising population of about 12,000 has
a superior system ol public schools, wlilch,
with others conducted by lirlvato enter
prise, ullord unttirp sitd edtieallonal ad
vantage Is possessed of well-established
churches of nearly every denomination
has ptibha aud prhato btilldliigH ol'a iiipo
rlor character lias a climate, which for sa
lubrity and healthful Influences cannot bo
surpassed has a well-regulated and ef
ficient municipal organization, its -dreels
lighted with gas, and otiior metropolitan ad
vantages, which make It highly desirable
and In reality not to be excelled as a place
of permanent residence,
Lots and land In Cairo am now oirerd at
very low pilccM, affording lavorablo oppor
tunities to nurchafc, anil Iho owners ji re
mit thn location to tho puhlle as Ollellllg
unrhaled advantages tor the successful ()..
tabl shmentol commercial or mantilactur
Ing entcrptlsci, and tho best loea Itv in the
country lor protltable Investment of capital.
S. STAATri TAYI.UK,
Edwin I'AitaoNc,
Trustees, etc.
Caiko, III., May 1st, lTt.
MIMf
Aivi:itTisrii:T.s.
1,200,000 Acres
No Grasshoppers, N oDought
'I lie Allantlo mul 1'aclile li.illroad ctVer lur
pule, mi IhiiK tiinv ami loiv iiiieei oplenilld
I'nrtniiiK liuult in -oiitliv'trrii Mioonrl. wtilcli
io4Hai nil llir rcfjnlrrinciitit ofKod anil liinllli)'
cllniate, plenty ui llinhcr ninl pun1 unlet', lonx
anil roiil MinniH r.i. anil short ami inlhl M Inter
Free Hani initiation fiomM. Lotll' for l:iml
linyer. Llicularo, coliliilnlnx 1 n:i ninl Vim Ii , lite to
liny aiMt. .-crl loiial iiuih, tliowliiK l:il"l
oid uml no vild 'JmciUh, Aiilrei
A L, DKANi;, l.timl CoiiiiiiWliini r.
South I'oilIlli Mteet. M l.nilli, .M
AGCNTS vAfirri) m THE
HISTORY "the J.
'I li.' mint Interi"! In Die Ihlllllliu' liiloiyi.f
onr roiiiitry loakiv llil the l'atet relllnt: book
I'lcr piililMicd. It eonliiliH ou r 101 Hue h!iorl
cal eiiiitailnirt anil I""' piiiiin Willi n Inline.
mm of ilienpiit'iiiiehliiK yiiiml ( (tileiiniai n le
brat on
-inn lorn inn nercripiiiin
mid etni
lernn to Agent NATION l,
i'in;i.iiiiM.
CO., ( hlciKo anil t. Mini
PI a iluy nt liotne,
ilimid In mi treu
.Miiine.
Ak'inl-i Mititiil (Inlllt
'11(1 V.'X ( ll., AligiM.i,
$30055
tnontli lo energetic tneli nndwo'
lien 1 wlicn . nii.in.p" iioiii.r
le. LXI LLKM! MM '(i I D.M-
VXS Y. 1.11 Mlchllll melilte. UiUMgo.
FressoripUczx Froo
for the epni!) ciiiuof tpirial tronhlr coniiimn
lo Ihei'iniigiiod tiiid'llp-iigKl Nerinii, men
tal nml phyMi'.il ilenrelou, Ion irineinory mid
energy, pnln In Hit luck, lf-iINIrimt, ill
zlne4. illlinii'" of !ghl, enilftlloil of tilm,nn.
other dlonler of Ihe iierMin9yti'nieoiiiiient
on vnrloti habits Hint loner tin- llalll)- sl'tlte
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Aildlts DU L. II llll.'IOS,
rinelnniitl, O
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Airint for the
liet Felling l'rie
rueknge III Ihe
ttoild ll contain
l.ih(i Is n:it'r. !'
elivclopc, gold UII, pen li !d r ikmici! Jpati nt
anl inea-tiie and n piece or Jeleliy. .""iiiglt'
pnckiigc with elegant jirue pot-p lid, .'".(ent.
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( o-t.i nitiilng to trr it rartienUis
Hi 1 O VICKLIIV A ( t ,
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Ml Ml
5,000
In 90 Days in A 1 Stocks.
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I'HIiiiilllcl Scut t ree In All.
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Mock, bonvhtand M'ldatlhc.N V. Mock l..
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w..rtli
Comiuny,
l-iil 1 ninl .'I ii I lie.
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liy mail r. cent
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riuia
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and of gnul lulu lo eierv
Iwlv (.tint urulit to
agent. l.l'IIU M.M llltiiW.N, Louell, .Ma.
0-J"-ilAvlir.
Iti'Iioxllory nt I'nthloii. I'lrnsiirc
mill InNlrtit'lioii."
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lo tho 'provident mutton by it patterns lot (
the children'!- el tbes, to paterlnuilllat by i
Its tadclul iielgns lor enilirotileri'il flippers 1
and lnxurlntii, dre lng gown-. Hut the j
reading matter ot tho lia.ar Is uniformly ol ,
great excellence, ine paper ins acquireu
a wide popularity for the lire-ldc erijovinetit
It adord. N. Y. Kvcnln l'o-t.
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C
Ayer's Oatliartic Pills,
Tor Ihe relief
ami etiri' ol nil
ilcrnnifcmct.il In
tho stomach, li v
ir. anil li.-wrl'.
They nro a mild
npcik'tit, and .-ti
.excellent pnr.-a
' tit C. IlClllKplll"'
ly vejretalile,lh. i ,
lonlnln no nn,
eury or mineral
.Uhntoi'lr. Al ii, li t
s rlfitmieknes and ftilfering l preiented lv
their timely iuo; nml eveiy family nhotild
havo Ihetn on band for their protection nmt
relief, hen rcqnlicd. Long expcriciiPo has
proved them to b the sal'i'M, snrct, ntti!
let or all Ihn ' nllh Mlilcli the mat hit
nhntinds Ity Ihelr ooenslonal use, tho blood
l tniillled, Iho coi millions of Ihe syleni e
pclled, olHtitieilotis removed, and Ihe iiholc
niachlnery ofllfu restored to It hc.iithvnetli.
Ity. Inleinnl ni-gnns iihlrli become c'Iouki d
nml sluggl-li nre cleaneil by Am-r'n I'llh,
nml mumbled into nctlon, 'Jim Inelpient
illeao Is changed Into hcallli, the valno of
which change, wleii le. konnl on tho vn t
iiinllllnde who enjm ll.eaii hnnlly be com.
puled, 'ihelr fits i.ii-eoitting iiinkci them
pleasant lo lake, nml pic-cue their thtiiet
iiniinpalieil for any Icngilt of lime, so tint
thev are ever fre li, and perfeell i-li.i. ,
Altlionph searching, (hi y are niil.l. Mid .i.er
nto Miliioiitlliiirbanccio tin. con,tiLulioit or
illet or oecupu'.ioii,
Full illi-ei tlon . ire glico on llic wrno... r li
each boc,bovl.iii-.. ih. oi ;in l amil.. I'l
nmt for tin' folhiu im complaint-, Mill u u .
I'M rnpldlv cttn
I'or l.riii-iln .r Viiillm'tluii. T,lt-
l.IM'. I.tlllltlllll'. J I I. II . tlIC
tlte. tliev shiiohl I).' I k --i i in.. ' i..t .. l i
Mlniiitaloihn sloiiia. li, and rc-wiu it ln..u.iiy
tunc, ami action.
Tor J.Iiit 'niiiiliilut and It varl.-n
svniptoni, Illlliiii lilt'iiiliii In-, silclt
llriiiliielii-, .liiiinillci- in .r-ii Nlcli
lie, llillini Colic nml 111111111 IV
er. they should be jmb lon-ly t.ik.-n for
each cae, to correct the ili-ea-cd m tlon, or
icmovi! tho mVtrit tioti iihli li cnii e it.
Knr Il.rciiti'r.v or IHui i Im-a, hut ono
mild ilo-e I gencrallv ie'tiind.
I'or Illi'iiiiiit(liii, 4-m. 'rim-l.
ISililtullii of flu- Ili'iirt. ISiln lit
till, still,', llurl. nml l.ulii. thev lionl.l
Pc rniilliiiioinily taken, n I t'ljilli i'l, to elimien
tho dlsea-cil action oflhe smtem. Willi audi
i linngi- tlni-o eiiinplaint illsnppear.
I'or Iroir nod lit iinl nl Nnetl.
Ins, they should be 1 ikcn in l.ngr nnd (:
itent doses to produce the clki I of n ilinnin
purge.
Tor NiipprFMltin, n l.".r?eiloi slmuM bo
t iketi, ii li proiliiec, the ilediud clfect by
Sjtnpathv.
a IHmirr Till, like one or tiro I'lIU lo
promote ihirc-ti.in.nii.l reben. the totnali.
An ocea-loiial Iom-illmulati's Ihe stomal h
ami bouel, re"loie IheapiH'tlte, and Invlgnr
ntc tlio M -leoi. Hence it Nottcii ndv.nit.i
geons llhero no "criotiii ilerniifi'inent i-xi-t.
tine who leel tolerably well, ntlen llml tlf t
n ilOfP of thee I'llln makes him leel ilei-ul-rdlv
belter, fiom 'iiclr i lean-leg and ic.io
vatlng eileet on tho ilie-ttve rtpoaralii '.
piir.i'At:r.u iii
llr. J. C. AVER t CO., Tracthal ChemUti,
i.owr.i.i.. mass., ir. ,s. i.
Villi SAI.K III ' I. 1. 1. ' I'lfi r.vi l WlfKHIV
Ayer's Aue Cure,
for Fover n i Afjuo, Intermittent IV.
vor, Clilll Jr'ovcr, Hemitteiit Kovor.
Dumb Aruo, I'criodlcnl or liillous l'c
vor. Ac, nnd indeed all tho aSTectloii i
which uriso lVoiu malarious, uiarah, or
miasmatic poltous.
"T" No ono remedy Is lomb i
H called lor by the ne. if--
jB-T of the Alnir.au M. i
H HT i a suic and -ut'o mii. P i
JB jmi' I'o t iinit .tiriic, --i i,
M vte are now cm.-PIi- i t ..r.. .
i tth a 4rf'S't reit-.inti t ,,i
It will eradirnto tho ilica-e, n.n niUi tr
ance, founded on pioof, that tin Ii.iim . ;i
arise from It u-e In any ii'inntity.
Th:K ulin It pi.iittt from or priient- 'l,.i
illiorder in u t be of lunuviise si nice Ii
communities here It provaH. 'if.
ll better than cure; fur tin-patient psrap t'
rl-k w lih'li ho mint run in violent nil i t. ..t
this balclulilitcmH?r. Tlu " Ci in " evpi i.
the iiilasinatiP pol'on of tVt iintl Ajrno
from the sy-tem, and prtMrenn tlic il Kl-; -tnent
of tin! illeatc, If taken mi Hi li- t
approach of In premonitory ri,itoiii.
j-reat snperlority of this remedy out eny
other ever dl-eovered fur tin- siwedy and i i
tain cure of Intermittent I, that It e,.miln
no Quinine, or i.-lneral; rtiM.iinitly it un
lure no ipilnlin or oihr injurioii- ttle-i
whatever upon the constitution Tli"-ei it,.. I
by It arc left a healthy a- If lln-r h.nl nn. r
bad the ill-care.
I'hit i- ml A en i' 1- not al-mo the . i.ii.
rC'iucnro of the inlaimalic poi-ou. A I
variety of ill lonlcr m1o from Its Iriltf.fi .n,
among lihlrh niu Ariirulglii, III-.-iiiiki.
tUm, faoiit, Ili'iiilutlii-, Illliiilii)-,
Tiioiliiic-b-, Kaniclii, C'uturrb, .11 li
mil, ulpltHtlmi, 1'aliifiil .lirrction
of IUp Mpl-Pii, llTti-rl , ISiln In thi
lion els, ollr. I'll riilrl, ami (lei ,n
incnt of tho Stoniaeh, nil of win h, ui i
nriglnittlng in this catie, put on ,.
inlttent tpe, or become jirno b. I T'
"Ct'Iti:" expels the poison fiom tlic ' I,
nnd roncqiiently cure thrtn all alike. In.
nn Invaluable proteetlon lo IminUraiH- n ,l
persons travelling or temporarily it-nlm-' . i
the malarious ill'lrh t. If taken .i n
ally or dally while expo-ixl to the inin-ti-1
th.it will be exereted lium the -t.-i i an I
cannot accumulate In sufficient .pinnut. 1 1
Hpen Into dlteaio. Ilenco It I- even tnr re
valuablu for proteetlon than care; ru.d f. ,r
will ever suffer from Intermittent if t. y
avail Ihcni-clves of the pmteeti..n tlili r
etly nffonls,
I'or I.lvcrf'omplalnts, nri-lng fiom tnrpit.
Ity of the Liver, it I an excellent rimed
stimulating the Liver Into healthy artlvltv,
and producing many tndy reinark.'iMo cure,
where other medicines fall.
riu:p.nr.n nv
Ir. .1. C. AYI1U A- CO., Lowell, Jfn.,
t'rnrttmt ami Anuluttenl Clirmltl.
ANU HOLD ALL ItOUNI) Till: WOULD.
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION.
Marriage!
A Pr1ft CeciolrtotM
Guide.
tuarr?. ou It lb?
njtcrl if4 ?tif ioi w
ttj4 fftil iTiten. .'b tf.t
hlit'llert.rieitri tt icUbc tr irprvMgctioo, ff?rTlL4
II --uh !k.lon, iQ,
T' U to trttcrc'ls rk ef trn litoJrf 1 i&l ilfr
t t lib tiumrro-it outiU, bq4 c ntnoi '
luf 'trctiiuo for tLowt !m m tiir'tcl orcoof ror ' p
rift i till li l to lt,t cujht ia H i.; i t,c, r Iwt
ul ir, tal D"t U'tCiMl tU lit tc,,
Ii cfiUiot it tirteac tut lilfi tt fir' 16
09 rrrut&tlon i rrl-l-t-K tut hfjjil t to tr.
tH ijrsasr ofetrr r&iMn t f3aiti.rfi'trhpji tl - -f
f' M llrabrvcuTfr titoti'i i'i H'r-.'-ttcf uir- r
htv9$jtn (Mit It worth i&oio(, kI tatKbtLstuD I
p.LUibtJ lo nj bthr wurk
Sfuttiiry van ,n-tt f'.u,re) for J'l'tr Cm',
Aiif Ur, it'itti' Uwi- uwrr, ti.s.Ku'u.u
Cl. Uul, Mo.
Wotlco lo tho AfHIctcd and Unfortunate.
JSffora tpi'lrlnc to ths r-Ainr!om vks -lrtrilM Ii
tuUii pwrt, ot uilux tftjr ii- r rtiril.t. irru i Vr,
Ituitt' work, ntiDtiur U jwr alum U t.t La dfr r
tL' jeur coa'titloot
Ur. Outi occupki drMiMtonef twrnl ifroarooraif
I lo lor 4 Ly omt of tb nioit cclcbritc-l tucllcal prof.-t.
cr t Vilt cQDtrj t& t Kart-rfl, tb'l tQ tennnqtLot t- f
entity rr If mall, on it 1 1 rumtloDt.l lu M fka.
(i-f nut fr N, 1J inh HfttU txl, betM
to :r 4( tir 'utt.tit Mult. i'o.
CONFESSIONS
OF A VICTIM.
I'liblbhiil ay i iviiinliig and Inrtho benelll ol
Voting .Men nii'l oijiei' who t tiller from Nervous
Dililllli , !..,- of .Mm. In. oil. ite, tilting his
Utile of .-elf-ellle nl'ier nnilerifoing mticli slip
firing ami exi en c nnd mailed I'ue on icciiv
Ing a iioi.t-iinld illiiclid enlibipe Addle s NA
'IIIANIKLMAVKAIU. !' II llo IM, lliook
lyn, N. 7-7-l-wr.in
f)N' (ilt.VIN. ''"' fod Infotmiitlnn how to
operate on the ( hleago ui.itliet, nil fur our
l.'iicnl.ir.
CLARK. & CO..
jr Wftanlntttou St., Chlcaijo,
l".lM&w lv.
PRUSSINC'S
WHITE
WINE
VINEGAR
Elelirtd forlU PURITV. BTIIKNOTII iid
'A l iTAULiSMlCNa. Warranted to rsilllTI
Ukiei "TcT L. PituaaiNO co.,
MAW JwltlCMsv, VkiM
10-IC-lw-cod.
Pus
Ml "
'MILLINERY !
Mm. M. J3WAWDER
I- note leciinu a vcf an 1 will !. I
t.. k of
FALL AND WINTER
iULIKEI,
I y
' t hei talnloii
EIGn'I'II STUEET,
'! Which lie In' lie. Ihemlenlliin , r the d
i-f I iilro nml llilnity In tin stork
Inllll'l nil tlielille.t Mylc'inl ll.it-, lloiinil , I!
linn-, I- lower nml nil Milliner.! Ixinil, nil c f
leiiil al the loet lUlnff prirc , aii i
Mauliil' Infiniui are inriii.lly leiie b 'i.
glie .Mr- Mvitiider it r II l.ifi.ie p.iKlui Hi
(Im'WIiii. II' r l.ikcf linii gooO nii'lt-l"ml-
eoiiiTili'e, i. I h M id If mliicd it it I
he itmlci old I , uir b. n Pi tin ills
II. ti
W r aui LO. UUlf If Ui
UNIONS, CUTS.'ejRUItrtfi; CHI L-'
BLAINS, ULCERS, UORC, Clo.
MgMHgi'rviiui tia ii ku una f r'j'itrj
fc. MUt nTCI'JlLa A QOn li DtuUm fit., CLi)ct.
' Barclay Bro's.,
WholcsLilo Druggists,
i'JAIUO, ILLS.
I . .-, Cjim II li AMI, t lileax'U
23. 2c Co.,
Iitiipr4 Ii.
Harness 1 Saddles,
Vrhips, Collars, Etc.
105 Commercial Avenua, CAIRO, ILLS.
tT-'tlioK. l'a..rlng u- initi Hi,r .ilronsKe
Mil' iln.l c'.iuphte liiieol good, I,. In III, lih to
wltct, ill I... II. .In pi iic. I -ll-iTly.
WAITS PSVER ADD ASUS
AXIJ I.I I'AIJ.
Ili'liijtn'. .io and l.ii . i I
wl ha hnrmlf- v.v ta'.l. ):
Hie lifer nml -L.oue i, it,; .u.'ii v
which an Intminl iiell.in mill
. a e I
'. ii
I an 1 1
Mil n
Until very iarliele nflinUri.il u
i I
mm I- tMl ni from 'he i -Km j t a ! I i ; nt ar t
alloott linp r. i ptlhle ui.uiiie villi I ft I
ofiini iiiU-mal niMtleiiii' oi-inir i I, , 'M: it
artlng alike on ehlMieti ninl wt.lt- Il.rju
tlilitl. 1,-n Pi Ml.-.. Pile healri. Ihr-e tali
meiiii. mii- iiutiiT! ti) iisr.
iu-mm All are ib-lichml I
lilthliilly .n,l tt.i-1',,. I ii :
prciciiliif ol fevir mi.'! ...
tent ami vellow fever and . I
I icgwi'
I" TP 1 tliroi
t I ,.l.l.l:
tin i -.
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DR. It. S. BRIGHAM,
1 30 Commercial Ave. Onlio, Illo
-"Agent for SoutUr.. I ... r leri
Kriiliteky and -oiiltiea-.. in 1 it
- ?"eHt by mail. n n ! r
'r. mm M.
fill!
llWJilv-.-.vis:;1."
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LJTUST STVhliS,
STATIONEE3,
221 North Mnln Street, ST. LOUIS.
Bamaritan Nervine,
'I nn gtvut Nerve I oniiiror. cures epileptic l'll.
(J until Ihiis, hp i ms, ,t Vitiu Dance and all
N.'ivoiij l)bci-i-, the only known poslllie iem
ed lor Kplliiitlii ri8 It haiibieu tested by
tho i .iiiiU iind h.i nun r laeii known lo full Itia
sin ;lec.lH' Tilal piickiigefieu. I.tielu-eslaiup
for clrcillai-ii giving evidenco ofctnes
Ail.liij.tf, lilt H A. lilt l-.MOND.
li- d y box 711, Sj. .loseph, .Mo.
I mtm ' I
wanting friiooi ! urniiiiroorbiiiiplli'ssiiniiinwriio
.1. J, llAKIMl, Nn.ll N SevenlliHt.,Ht l.miU.Mo. ,
itESCRIPTION FREE.
ITlOlt tho sC!ly euro of bemliial Weakness.
ljist Munhood and nil dlonlcra brought
on by ItiilNcKtlons or excess Any IiniKIt"'.
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.litaiers, in' I. iiii,iw: it i,
I.,w.iv Ctrelnnsll. t
n day piarantrn! mlnir nur Wit.
AUBor & Drills. SIOO a momi
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