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Z I) Matbuss. K.C.
MATHUSS 6c UHL,
FLOUB, GRAIN, HAY AND
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R
Avoid IciImk Car Kpeuar.
TltAI.Sg J.KAVE CAIIIO AT 4 1', A. 11
Bacgac HMiUd Froe.
.IAMK4 UlfifJ.S. ransengtr Agent.
SI II HOODItlCIl, General t'an-jn-rer Ag't
II. I,. MOIIIUI.L, (ienrral 8urrlntendeut.
O'CALLAHAN ft HALL,
Roofing and Guttering a Spocialty.
Slate Roofling a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Rods, Pumps, Stoves
Jobblug Promptly Dona.
Mrs. M. SWANDER
It now receiving a largn and tl:t'tl
FALL AND WINTER
At her Maud on
To which she invite the attention of thi' Indie
(if Cairo and vicinity In this stuck will be
found all the latest tlvlunr llatx, liuiineU, 1Mb
bona, Flowers and all Millinery doodi, all of
fered at thr lowest living prices, tallica in
search of birgalf. um -narneslly requested to
give Mrs swanilw a call before jrurcusslng
elsewhere. Ilir Mutl-. if fancy goods unil bu
tions la complete, and fti U ditirnilr.itl nut tu
U undersold by any body lu tlmctty
2k?.. TTTTXTfTITTlT) I
Prices to suit tho Timos.
Wholeoalo Figures, but No Credit!
Mrs. O. McLEAN,
Next Door to noupt'a Jewelry
BETWEEN COMMERCIAL AMD
HATS. Itnniicti. Flowers, s, tacts, llllitx.ni,
Sill.?, Velvets, Ties, ItucbJngs, Corsets,
Kid Glores, Hosiery, Worsteds.
Also the "liulira1 lire-.. lUform'
And alt the new styles of trlainiliiK Pllks for
Kail and Winter.
El" I'heic pond-i will Ik- old at very low fig
ure, for CASH mid CASH OXI.Y. l-ll-.THr
CHOICS PERIODICALS TOR 1876.
The Leonard Scott Pub. Co,,
41 MDCLAY ST. MEW YORK,
contltyie tlicirauMon':"IterIiiti of tho
EDINUUUQU HEV1EW Whife'.
LONDON QUAltTEULY UEVIEW-Con-
WE3TJ1I N8TEK HEV IK W Liberal.
Containing maklcily crlticlim nnd eumnn
ric of nil that U fro-li nail vnlnnblo in
Literature, eilcin c.anJ Art ; and
Tho most powerful mnnthlv in tho I.'iikIIkIi
Lani!Uttt!0, famous lor .STOU1ES, ESSAYS,
OF THE HIGHEST LITERARY MERIT.
TKIUIS (InvlmUnt; I'OEtnge) :
PftyoWo Strictly in Advance.
For nnr one Itavlow, f 4 00 fsr unnum
for nny two HuvIuwh, 7 00 "
For any three Kavlown, looo "
For nil four ltovlowf, y 00 "
For Ulackwootl' lluf;a-
zinc, 'i uu
For lllackwood nr-sil ono
Kevlcw, 7 00
For lilnckwnod ami two
UevleWH, 10 00 "
For Hlak wood and tin co
Kovlowf, 13 CO "
For Wackwood and tho
lour UcvIowk, 15 M
A discount of twenty ir cent, will be al
lowed to clutm of four or more persons!
Thus: four copies ol Hlnckwood or of ona
Kovlow will bo tent to one nddresg for
912 80, lour copies of tho fourltevlowa and
BUckwoudlor I8, and so on.
Circulars with further particulars may be
had on application.
TllE LEONAIU) SCOTT PlllH.'NG CO
41 Uarclty Street, Now York
MT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
Order for Coal by the oar-load
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment
jromptiv attonaca to.
JafiTTo largo consumers and nil
jianufticturors, wo aro propared
to supply any quantity, by tho
lonm or year, at uniform ratos.
CAIBO CITY COAL COMPANY.
rt-Ilalllday lira offlo, No. 70 Ohio J vet
tj-llaindar Jlro 'a wharf boot,
Ft-XI KemtUn Mill, or
trAl the Coal Dump, foot of Thlrty-Kljrht
EJ-l'oit OfGc Drawer, sa.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wliole.-ale and Retail Dealers la
Foreign and Domestic
WI2VKK OF Alili KISIM,
No. 60 Ohio Lovoc,
MF.SSlf HMVTH A CO have constantly
a large stck of the best goods l" the mar
ket, and giveesr-ocial attention lot lie hulunU
ranch of ihr bujnnn
STRATTON & BIRD,
AGENTS AMERICAN rOWDEIt CO.
57 Ohio Levoo.
G. D VILIIAMS0N,
No. 18 OHIO LEVEE.
Si'KCIAI.1 attention given tocomiirnmrnU MX
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Qhados, &o.
Always on hand, the mIcIjihUU Ulurninutlnc
Ooruer Elovcnth Stroot and Waalitnc
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
T. G. XXuoln,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Butldlnir. Cor. Twolfth Street
and Wushinzton Avenue,
J3C'ounly and llullrnnd Wntk u Specially.
SIXTH STREET, Botweon OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufacture ula own Uorso Shoes and
can Assure Q004 Work.
DENNIS M'CARTHY'S GRIT.
A Mtnlletlint lwtail Tlirouifli Titcrity
atou Iliniltva of i:merucmtlUK 'lor
Du'tinls McCarthy, Iront Cork, aged 28,
luy upon tho operating tablu at Ur. A. 11.
Mott'a clinic, lit llcllovuu Hospital Col
h'nv 011 Wednesday. Sevirul muiitlis ago
a chain struck lila upper Jaw uml chock
Done 011 mo num sine. nr. Jiim loinui
a dead or necrosed bone In the wound
which would have to be lomovcil.
"Will you tako something, my acod
II u-lltinnt giVi.il Dr.
ilott niter the natlcnt had divested ldnv
ell ol coat und vent, and was utatidlug
ready betide the table.
Dennis' countenance lighted up with
pleanant anticipation, but when one of
um asiutanu uronflil 111c owit-r jar no
rcaiixeii wiiai tho "souietiiuiR" was.
"Thank you, no, fir; he aid, I "don'
"'i'lmt'd u biuvu lollotv," .u!d Alott, oil
The operation about to be perlonned Is
pnitiiui nnu protracted, jjcuiiii laiu nin.
sclf urton thr; Uiblr. In an easy posture,
smiled and said, "I'm ready, sir." The
Doctor made n lour incision, uown to tue
hone, ou U10 line ol the iniury. ineti,
with the handle of Ills knife, li pried
hack the llcth on each side ; ripptd the
poriosteuin oil' the bono and ptmhed it
back out of the way ; cut j.'injcriy .tin
further, avoiding carefullr the tetnn0r.1l
artery h're nnd tho carotid gland there,
dodgiuj; other Important vessels and pur
suing hu invostiiiatious Into th interior
of bennU' Jaw.
Dennis coutlnucd to smile nlncldlr.
Ono ol kla hands, droooluir oter tho edco
of tho table, was relaxed all the whllo;
lils breathing was not hurried, and his
pulse beat regularly S'J fctrokn per
Dr. Tarlor fonnod tin tho blood with
a eponjje, but as the dcltly welldcd
.scalnel touched no larger vessels tho hem
orrhage was (light.
The necrosed portion of bono were
reached and taken away. The bone
shear were used powerlul steel pinchers
with keen edges, which seem capable of
dividing with almost equal eve aaheat of
paper or the bone ol a bull's leg. Den
nis Kill maintained his placid demeanor.
The touch ol tliw cold steel among his di
vided muscle and mangled nerves did not
make him .shudder, and even at the hor
rid rrunch of the ehear he did not wince.
iiiuic nviv 111 esii m ii..iio k jiunv 111,
and others to jab oil' i)iccc9 of bone, and
some to pry out looso bit, and others to
liook 011 lu the flesh tierc and tbcio when
foincthing had to be kept out of the
way and Dr. Mott used all of them, but
wennis a hi not 'eein conscious mat mere
was anything more serious than having
his hair cut, In the operation.
"Getting Impatient, my man?" asked
Dr. Taylor, with kindly intent.
Oil f I'm In no hurrr. sir. Take
your own time," responded Dennis,
The operation lafled twenty-seven
minutes. Six little pieces of dead bone
were taken out, the remaliilug surfaces
smoothed, everything put in place und
the IiiclMou closed up. What ho had
undcrL'oue was more painful than having
a leg cut oil'. When all was over be
rolh-d oll'the table, still smiling. The
students applauded bim heartily.
('rent Jlrn ioi,il Kleeiiera.
Xapolcou at St. Helena censured what
he called historical stillness tm'citsmrs) on
tho part of historians who judge ill of
men and events. "It wns wroii'', lor ex
ample, to expatiate on the calmness of
Alexander, Ciuarnnd others, for havinir
slrpt on the eve of a battle. There are
none ot tncir soldiers or our generals,
who have not repeated thU marvel twenty
limes-, and nearly all the heroism l.iv lu
the foregoing latlguo." M. De Degur
docilbi.s him passing the night belore
ngram, within reaeli ol tho enemy, on
the alert, the hore bridled.
"Tho Emperor al,.pt In tho middle ot
his guard. a apread
mantle served him for a tent. lie slept
under It scarcely three or four hou ri,
but bj profoundly us usual, it was noe-e.-ary
to wake bim in the morning. This
will exeltc'uo astonishment If wo relied
that at these critical moments history
shows us hardly auy great men without
sleep or appetite, not that robust health
is indlspensibln to tlie3 great actions, but
rather because they require elevated nhd
Ilnu characters which maintain their
Conde was an excellent sleeper; so
was the duko of Wellington ; ?o was
Pitt, till his health became fatally shat
tered ; and the power or habit is quite
as ussontial In civil as In military rtllmrs,
for without It both mind aid body must
prove unequal to a strain. One striking
exception was Nelson, who, when every
thing was ready for tho attack on Copen
hagen, and ho .was only waiting lor a
wind, was with dllllcitlty persuaded to
attempt tut hour or two ot rest. He al
lowed ids cot to bo placed on deck and
and lay down on It, but never closed his
eyes a moment, and at brief Intervals
kept anxiously Inquiring about the wind.
Napoleon or Wellington would have or
dered hlmselt called when the wind was
favorable and gone quietly to sleep. Vet
Nelson was a hero In the brightest ac
ceptation ol the word.
"The lloryt-iiltit working out Its way,
Fretted die puny boily to decay."
At Wagram there was a tlmo when the
French lelt was routed, and tho artillery
at Hamlet taken. Intelligence ol this dis
aster mid of the threatening advance of
thu Austrian right to operate on tho
Frenali rear being brought by one of
Maiena's aides-de-camp, the Empuror
remained silent, Impassive, as if ho had
heard nothing, with looks llxed on tho
opposite side, on JNciisciitti and navoust.
It was not till he saw the llro of Dayoust,
and bis victorious right wing pass tho
higher tower of this village, that ho
turned to tho aide-de-camp : "Hamlet's
artillery is taken. Well, It whs there to
bo taken. Go and tell Masseua that the
battle Is won." It was then far from won;
a desnei'iito uKort was required to redeem
it, and hu was obliged to order up his re
serve, to which ne never rosorteii except
In tliu last emergency.
Having given tills order, confident of
us execution ny i.auriston, uavousi ami
d'Abovlllc. and sure of Us ellect. trail
riiilllril. innrnriviiiv liv 1 lit, nrorrt'ess fit
Davoust he called ftustan (tho .Mame-
luko),and caused ins uearsuin to ne spread
t 1.1 ........ II- ...... ,'..11
1)111, Kireiciicu iiiuitcii upuu unu leu
Into a deep sleep 1 This sleep had al
ready lasted nearly twenty minutes, and
wns beginning to crcato disquiet; when
he awoke him without suprlso, In eager
ness to know what had coma to pnss
(luring his iibscuce of consciousness. Wo
could even sea by tho direction of Ills
flriitloolc, nnd by orders which ho' re
THUKSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1875.
doubled, that he resumed, or rather fol
. lowed his train of thoughts as II he had
unucrxone no interruption.
I Rtta nrc Ntiibborti Tlilnsri.'
Thousands of liuin.m helnira nrc venrlv
borne on tho swill current or disease
down to the grave, lust because tbcv do
not possess a sullicicnt knowledge of
uiemscivcs. a man meets ms neighbor,
and thcllrstsalutatlonls, "HowarcyotfH
or "How Is your health?" The reply
ircquenuy is. "un, I Din wen, witn the
exception ot a cold." -Most rterson
lightly regard it cold. Header, do you
Know uiai a com is one 01 me most dang
erous of maladies V A cold not only clogs
UK the liores ofthe entire system, nnd rr.
tards circulation, but it Is productive of
aiarru, which is quite, apt to lead to
consumption. "Oh," you say
"it Is nothing but a cold in
my head." Trut; but that cold Is
really a mild form of catarrh, and If not
arrested in its course will become chronic,
Catarrh Is one of the most disagreeable
ollenslve uflectlous In the catalogue of
ui-H.-Hvi. x no passage 10 me nose 18 iO In
structed, iijo sense or smell Impaired, Und
thero Is n disagreeable sensation of press
ure in the head. In tho more advanced
stage, tncre is a uiscliarge ImTlnir nu of
fensive odor. II the dIeao be allowed
to continue In Its course, thick, hard In
crustations wilt lorm in the bead, the
bones of whieh sometimes become soft
ened and break away In pieces. Wh
will persons continue to sutler from sue!
an annoying, disgusting disease, when
nicy can use as wen ue cureu or it ? ur.
feage's Catarrh Hcmcdy will cure the
worst forms of catarrh : in fact. It Is tho
oniy sure nnu sale remedy which has yet
ocen oiiereu to tue n o ic. Jinny iinr.n.
Irritating preparations may, for a time,
rellova the urirencv of the svmntoms. bin
they do not cure the disease. Dr. Sage's
Catarrh llctnody Is soothing and healing
In its enct!, and when used with Dr.
Pierce's Nssal Doticlip. accordlnsr to di
rection., does not fall to effect n cure.
Jla'MO County Times.
There lias been discovered, ne.-ir Shin's
Point, in Johnson county within the last
few years, on a high bluff, on the bank
of Clifty creek, and near the msideuce of
Allen iiOTt. a realcttrlostv. In the sur
face of a lint rock, and at an elevation ol
nbottt 73 lect above tho present bed of the
creek, are plainly marked in the hard
matter ot the rock the foot prints ot a
number of persons, aimarcntlr that of a
family, from the size of tha tracks and
the depth of the Impression In the rock.
Tncre Is also said to be among the tracks
that of a dog. The query now Is:
v lien were tliu tracKs made r
Who made them ?
What weru thy condition of thiiirs
when they were made?
i ne tracics are those ol bare-footed per
sons. I hey have but recently been ex
posed to view by the washing away of
the soil that covered the rock.
'Ibis week Dr. .1. L. Gebhart vL ted
these exhibitions of an uuknown popula
tion and took an impression in piaster of
Paris of one of the footprints and has it
now on exhibition at his ollice. He will
uo doubt give his theory ot the phenome
non in his own way at his own conveni
ence. I.c-llt' Xervtiiaiicra RlI(l Maira'lnei, the oldest
nlulili-lii.il Illustrated l'eriodicalii in America.
Iheyuicnow flrt offered to nnussers, who
will, If the eccure an agency and cxclusWe tcr-
Itory. ! cn.iMcd to introduce Minimi flr.-t-
rliis lllutrat(il l'lrioitlciln, knlted Ut many
distinct tahlcjor want, ami, with Iberholre
from elf Ut !' nnd beautiful rhroiuoi, flvcu
fn-u of coju to i-jcli nnuual niliscrllM-r, ha en-
Mv It si-ciuv one or mcie kiiuscrlntlon In
trry family in thi-lr iliitriul . To tllllful cjii
.c ilils will secure livrmaiikiit cuiiloynient,
and tho renewals each year will lie a noun e o
sbtulj nnd osuml rcinic. Specimen tjar
and most mr terms 6cnt to all nppllciinls w Uo
name the ti rritory they ilenlrc to canvan, Ai-
ilrf, Agency Hepartmcut, Frank LeMle's
I'liliilslilni; House, 137 I'earl Stnet, Svw York.
NORTH SIDE OF ElOnTH STREE1
Between Washington and Commercial
tor BURNS. ROILS. CnilJM.
UNIONS. OUTS, BRUISES, CHIU-
kAINa, UkvBHQ, SORES, ElO,
IDrart lata bT lu SSCDUaki. I'nrtrvilm
btltUXSi 4 CO, 13 CcarUru St., Ctlsijo.
rdctiralM f rlta IIIITT, ITIlKIfOTH
M ak IM lllshifSBV. ClatSMM.
Gal vano E lec trie
BELT ! " j
nluill'KKBl' am Itl'-STOUADIVK AIIKNT
und t'UK forSKXL'AIi DMIIi-ITYaml Dlsov
ikr limnniiv ciuo Ui.r.s suA'crlnR froin De
.1. UAltlt, 1IKI K. VVililnirlon M..
it-cn-it-eod-iw cint'iuo. n.i,.
(lltihr. amvilvcure of Si'inlnul Wi-.ilmm.
JXIfll HIUnilOIMt UIUI Ull 1I19WIIIHU uiuiikiii
w I ..11 .ll...l. 1.. l.l
on by Inillscutloiia or nxctsa. Anj UruKKist
lias tins imrriiiicnia.
in- k. mr:roNc.
Kii'l huiiiii fr conlUli'niliM i In ulir, mi at valuo.
Jlr, JI.U ,r.VUll. u 1'. WttiJi W JaUlwiaiouV, Ju.l.
sb ssssa ssBaaBMM a ti n. m
I PROMINENT ADVANTAGES
THE NEW LOW RESERVOIR "STANDARD"
Great Durability with Handsomo Designs, and Giving PERFECT
MADE ONLY BY
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp'y
Olfl, 014, 010 and 618 N. MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
AND SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY
8.k.2,C' W. HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois.
JOHN B. PHILLIS
(Successors to John ft I'Ulllls)
Ami Dealers In
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUB,
XCBAL, BBA1T, ate.
AgenU for LAFLIN t TUXD POWPKlt CO
ICornor Tenth Street and Okie
So SO Ohio Iaivcv,
E. J. Ayrrs,
S. D. Ayrca.
AYRES 6c CO.,
L. D. THOMSr
An J ilioler In
STAPLE AND FANCY
Foreign and Domeatlo Fruits and Nut
184 COMMEECIA.L AVENUE.
C. N. HUGHES,
Ovsr Mathuss ft UU's.
NOM-; but t'lrst-Class Cbmpanfes reiiro
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, up-stalrs.
Tho OldaatEatabllshed Agenoy In Bout
em IlUuolB, ropreaenUnn ovfti
16.5 000 000
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Botweon Wnahluctou mil Oomuarclul
Avonuoo, adjotninff Jlruiny'a.
KEDVS for ealv the heat Href, Turk, Mutton
Vrnl, I41111I1, S.iusagc, Ao.. anil is pre
nrtl U ervi' fninllliw In nn m'ceuta'il" manner
BGreat Medical Book
amlStTrets for I jullcs uml Jt'iit.i, Kent frre fur
wo stamps. Aililrcss.
VI'. JOSKni JIKDICAT, inhtitiiti:
10-lMly M. JnM'iiti, Mo.
ARE ECONOMY IN PRICE,
QUICK AND UNIFORM
JOHN ft. HARMAN & CO
30KV2YAN:JIS, HOTAHIES TUBLIO
Land Afrsnto of tho Illinois Crntral and
aturiiuKion nnu uuincy It. ii.
North Cor. Sixth oad Ohio Levoe,
1. o. much. m. j. uowtcr.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
olloctors and Conveyancers.
OFJFICE-At the Court Houso.
PARKER & AXLEY,
O-Speclal attrntlnn shun to Collection ot
ltcnts anil balu of Hint Kalutcta
STOREROOM 100 Commercial
Avenue, Cairo, Xllinnln.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Vovy Closo,
Oornr 10th St. and Commercial Av
C. 0. FATTER & CO.
BOX and BASKET CO
'All kinds liurd 1U1M soft.)
FLOORING, SIDING, LAT1T, &0
Mill and Yard,
Jornor Thirty-Fourth Street and
Cornor Wuahtnfrtou Av. nnd 14th Struet,
OPEN EROM 5 TO 0 P.M. DAILY.
JAVIt'.ri K. LANK.
1', II M-Allll,
Thohett In (he nmravt. Alo nil LlmU of
SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD.
Ordors Dolivorod to auy part
of tho City Promptly.
Loavo Ordors at Crystal Saloon,
or at tho Company's Ofllco, at Nar
row uaugo uopot.
TERMS Nctt Cash on Dolivcry
JAMES K. LANE.
1 1-0-1 III.
day fnarantMd using our Ww,
Auicafr St. Brills. SIOO a inuiiUi
nalirio,aooI Axeats. auirr tioolt
ttVi. JlU Aic? Co, it. Luuls, Mo.
Best, E?r. Officii
Tho Crowning JTrip of Alj,'
A Clienp Trip for KvrobsMlv, a.
princely trip to the KyaBl letit:resctntCltr
Ut the Oronicc and Magnolia (irorea of our fair
ami benuteous Hunny tlonth, and the frafraa
land orj.ove, fortrr and Flowfrs,ad,aitbla,
the must ilellghlluf, aimptcioiia and attract! e
Hrnvin or the tear, when New OtltoM.SW
Queen City nnd Ale trniwlU of the South, and the
linue ni us (leonie, II is at liaxenimorilte, misi-
numinixUtlon, In every reict. incluillnir l'ul
man rlnce s'.ieplng CoteliM, and an fleffant
nnl well kept Itefreshinent Coach, will leal
Coluinljiii, Ky ,011 Ilia Moolla. Ohio railroaU,
anil run through to -New Orleans, making cloau
connection nt Mohtlc with the New Orleans and
Mobile railroad, ouu of the Ane.t roails Id Ilia
United flutes, running from Mobile to New Or
leans uYtr one nf tlmmoitt hMiillfnl. raw. m-
manllQnml atlnvtive teclinns nf the country,
tliat tho eyect.rU lield, Mug almost a contin
ual iKitliuay of roaei, wild, flgwers and ever
greens, iierfutneil by the rich and rare fmgrnnre
of Ihr Oranxvaml Mauulia (iroT i that ll'oea
tlffliom to the line of rood on either ile, al
most all the war from Mobile to Nrwr Orleans.
In short it would require the pta of an inspirad
writer, or rail forth the lanaiiave of a imt neli
m irn utiil by OvM in his beaiillfiil rleserlption
of theCnlilen Aestu paint the icliirorilo jus
tice in tho deacrlntlou of Ihis lorelr liirt at nnr
trim nnd nvei'TIIIH weharo davllarkl mh.
Iciivlnfr Mobile about S:M0 eaturday iiiorniruf,
nndnrrlvlnj In Xow Orleans about .'fp.m. oftna
same ( lay. ,
FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP:
TO NKW OM.HANS ASI RKTUUN.
From Columbus, Ky. , and lictwetn Hum
boMtnml Columbus ..12 no
Fmm llumbolt null between Corinth and
liumholt. - .. UO
rom Corinth and between Attests and
Corinth -.. . 16 u
rom Artcsiu and between Merldlanaad
Arirl.i - 9 on
tf rom Meridian DUO
TO MOHII.E AMI RETURN.
From Columbus, Ky., and lietwran Hum
boldt nnd Columbus ............$ V 00
From Humboliltand between Corinth and
llumbolilt S 00
From Corinth aud between Artesla and
torlutli 7 00
From Artesla nnd between Meridian and
Arteaiu - C On
From Meridian .'. 0"
Children I'mlrr Ttcelce Vears, Half PWcei
Under Four Year, Fret.
Tickets will be nu tale at all the principal sta
lions on the Mobile A Ohio railroad, between
Meridian, Mits. , Columbus, K., aluoat Cairo,
riuluciih, Metrniinlls. Mayllcld, Fulton, l'aris,
Tenn.,McKcnzte, Milan, Itrownvvllle, Mem
pul8,ahdpiouably other towns hi Southern Ken
tucky, :m. I Illinois, West Tennessee, North Mis
sissippi ami .orin ,iaoama.
Mile of tickets will commence December 1st,
and continue up to the departure of tha train on
inn lUoruuiK 01 me inn. anil accuiuniuuaiiviie.
will be ulnvito for auy nuinl-t th nray pur
chased. Tickets will be good on special train, Decern
U rl7. Good relui nlnfr on any train or date mi-
I, . , ..... I .... 1 ... I .. 1 1 A ......
ill I'Clvliluvr .181, III,II1BI,. Mini niiuw VVVIJ
one to return aitlea.ui0, aud'comiMilliuir uu m
loreiliuill lunger ii.un mej ni.u,
ExcurNloulsIs retiimtnir from New Orleans aire
nlloueil to stopover at Ileioxi, Bay bt. I-oula.
l'uss Chriallan, Ocean Springs, l'ascagoula, and
other delltthlUil mid poinilur waterlnc places
piucesof resort situated on the Hay and. Culf
Coa.1, and ulonjr the line of lallroml from New
urienns 10 iuonuc.
.Special urraiiKemcnta have Uen mad with
the very best hotels in Now Orleuim und Mobile
to I ion n I Kxciirsionlsts at Kreatly iwIuokI rates
while 111 the cities. ArruiiKeinents hare alao
Uen made with nil tha lcmlln-r theatres, open
li'.ii'es, omulhus and transfer lines, pleasura
steamers, els. , nt Breiilly reduceil rates, for the
iH'iieritnfthis Kxeursiou. sbus rotnhlntnK econ
omy with ple.ism throueliout theeutire trip.
Tills 1 a rare opportunity for Ituslucns Men as
well n those in search of pleasnrs, und a trip in
which hu.lwus mid plea.ute run be easily and
i.l.-ia iniK- ennililiinl. Thu attentton'of tue la
dles lu particular, Is ulso directed to this, as It 1
certaluly the most charmiuir and attractlie trip
lor 1 item mat nus ever yei uecu k'untn up.
forties desisnlnK to makn the trip re request--d
tu buy their tickets at the earliest uosslbla
day. and ns an Inducement 5 jier cent, discount
will be maileou all purchases made before the
12 of December.
$20.00 TO $24.00
For ll.e liencllt nfthuse wislilnjf to extent the
trlplo 'J'iaus. uu nrniiiKuiuent has been nude
Willi Morguii's rallioud and msgnlllcent line ol
ueenn neaniera, in mrir ,inr. ui un, .i..a
slon Ii 0111 Now Orleans to tSalvestouand return
llir VI- -'i lueillilll'h IIIMIO HUM DlillC HIUHIO
board Iho steamer (lor n numtier nut leas tliau
M ) Aiiyuuiuberlvsatluui'jawillbetla.lM,
ArmiiKeiiieiits will be made with other rail
roads for reduced fare, connectliiK with the ex
cursion 1111 Uml duy, also with the steamers con
necting at Columbus.
For fttrthor information addrvis
Tj.L. OOT.UINS, Trczovant, Tenn.,
General Mnnagorof Bxounsion, or
E. A COLLINS, Milan, Tonn.
THE GRAND GOLDEN DRAW
ING AND GRAND PRONENADE
CONCERT WILL COME OCT
DURING OUR VISIT TO TBS
Tiokota for sale by
JOHN H. JONWS,
1. 0 R. R. Dopot, CaTro, ill!,
And by Itallroad Agents at VlncrnueJ, Carml,
Ml. CarmelnndUrayvllU-- . m.f
Sr-Hcfresliment Car on Excursi(Ns.TnlAir
rent, apply In (I. I.. Collius, TmerU, Tajn
dl lWrlt.- , )W ,itltMHi n
ni-M anu uuuiy, ana cioiaeiiia all lis xrouical .
(jlory an.l ayUiulur.
On rrMaynicimliar , '1875. at S a'm.,
Swiil train with oniulu and rrrat-43iaaa'iie.-.