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MOVM 1MU 7iW a.m. to Uiou
7 to "a.m. Money
S.O0a.a.toC:00p.m.
Arrive.
A.M. I r.M
A.M.
I) I IIIMwK CMtnl R H
3:00
3:00
tM
1:00
S:l
101 Ml-. Urntral R B
tt Carre, Arka a
I Tesaa H HHll
i OWa Hirer Koala
6:0Q
Daily uc'iMotsdar
mlm. Kim Km It
Dr. sm. tu. m.
Dowa.Ta.Ttm.Ket.
Tmm Root
rrlday A Saturday
e.oo
O. W. McJUAie, V. U.
AILBStAaMs.
IT. LOUIIjmOir MOtTHTAHf
ft SOUTHERN R. R.
Jiru leave Cairo dally-...- P- m
xunMurlTMM Cairo dally- . m.
Ar&nsnoiUUoR leaT Cairo dally 20 a. id.
AoeoaatodaUon arrive dally (cxcqt
Sunday) ll:wi, m.
Tim CARD.
IIJJHOIS CENTRAL R. R.
. nM Min n 1 1 nn
Malt
li :1ft i m Dllr
IiCOn. m "
IniM al
rnSfht at..
wu. hi avaorpt ouniuij
retgai at
Aaafil AT CAIRO
2:10. m -.. 1)11t
s jo p. a-Kxrepl sunuay
, Ttoop. ra.- Sunday
, II, -oO m.- . " Sunday
Irebrht at.
JABUM JOHNSON, Aat.
.CAIRO ST. LOUIS R. R
t ,
THS
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
MV. XjOTTXM!
We Bar Gome to Itay!"
milE train nf thli rnmtianr connect at St
XLoul and EastM. Louis, with all otlur
line to In nana, w.rnmt nam wrai.
TIMK SCIIEflULE i
Leave Cairn . li'ilSa.m
Arrtreatat. Louis.
6:&3p.rn
LT Eat St Loul .. J:.via.m,
Arrive t Cairo 4,-20pjn
J. L. HI.VCKLKT, General .Superintendent.
J. A. WKNTZ. Ueneml I'astenger Agent.
John roc.Girr. Agent.
CAIRO VINCENNES R. R.
CAIRO. EVAITB VHiLiS, INDIAN
APOLIS, CINCINNATI
and LOUISVTm.
ropmnmr aoums iaqhway,
loo fifing ' frtkt Chfigi !
UrDUXATOU AKD C1RCIXSATI BirkK.
Leare Calr ....-. 1:14 . m
Arrive at Canal .... . f :M "
Arrive at Vlnceune. - ......MM "
VIA IT. IVOCIS AKD SOCTliaASTRRK IUILROAD.
ArrimatKraiuvlll . .. 4:1 p.m.
VIA tXDUVAI-OLM A5D V1XCR3NSS RAILROAD.
Arrive at ladiaaapulU.... 4:00 p. m.
VIA OHIO AXD HMSlSSirrl RAILROAD.
ArrlrMat North Veroon-.-.. :s p.m.
Arrifaii,iiiannaii-. ;w -
ArrltUat LouliTlll....... ....7:15
CAIRO RXTRAgS
Leavei Indianapolis...........-.......-. 8:30 a.m.
Uatu Ciactault-....... 6:3u "
Utra LoolrrUlt ..; 7:00 "
Arrive at Vlnonta-.... 2:U0 p.m.
liUTca ICTanCTttla.
11:40 a.m.
SrOu p.m.
.... 9:tf0
ArrlTM at crml
ArrlTe at uairo.
Making cIom oonntctiona to and from all
poiala JtMl awl Kortn, at lodlanapoUi and Cln
manaU, and to and from all potnta 8outb and
vt mi oi cairo uy rau anu nvtr.
MOCXDCtTT ACCOMR0DAT1OM.
Jat Mound City Accommodation runiWed'
nCtday and Saturday.
Leavta Cairo - -..12 : and 5 :00 p . ni
Imm Aloiind citr I tls and s :3op. ra.
- Uen' Ticket Ax't.
nerai nup'i
rftor iaformattou relative to ratee and cou
neetloni. annlv to .IAMKS 1IIGUS.
Ticket Aieut.
.ill I . . I J I . . i I . -
NTRAM BOATH.
Evantvlll, Cairo and Mamphla
Steam Packet Co.,
irott-
Faduoth, llutwneetown. Evans
viUo, luitTiUe, Cincinnati
End all way landings.
The unrivalled tldewUl ttcaluer
4
IDLEWILD,
1). O. rowLRR .. - MuUr.
U.D. It. TuoMAft......-.. Clerk.
Will leave KTanjiilU for Cairoery MONDAY
audlllUUSltAY at o'clock p. in.
Uavu Cairo ercry lUtSUA Y and fUlDAY.al
o'clock p. in..
llie eliant tlde-wbcel iteuUicr
ARKANSAS BELLE,
llax Uowiaxi ..MMtrr.
U'ALTRK B. 1'IXXUIUIO.H .......Clttk.
WU1 leaie Kranevllle for Cairo erery TUS
DAY and FBI DAY at I o'clock p. ni.
Will leave Cairo erery WEDNESDAY auJ 8AT
CllDAY at 0 o'clock p. ni .
Tbe elecaut nJt-wLcrl tcamcr
,PAT
CLEWf
IRNE.
JoHX Ooir .Matr
Mat. Willumj Clerk.
Uf KTimrllle for Cairo every WKDNK.V
DAY and BATU11AIIY at (p. ra
lyeavte Cairo eftry lUUUSDAr and SUNDAY
tp ra.
ach Uoit maku dut cuntiwtione at llro
With am-dau iteaiDer for lit. lx)ul, Mtm
pWeand.Sew Orleaiu.and at Kvan.vllle witli
S'B. .B.fwaUBhiM Xortti aad Bat.
' . - , V!" wo. situs uiroiuiare
ou frrlxkU and paairuf crt to all ilau
1 1 rot tuiUier , lalontiAtloo aptily to
ena.. oiiiu, l'a.
TuLayS7a .
J. If. rtilLUpa I AcmU.
Or to .O. J.ouamJku.' '
75-).PMv. Kvaa.iiU. lni.u.
rpvBiciAxii
pxxiAji a. Uarra, a. z.
BXUDKKCKi No. 21 ThlrUeaUi street, U
twtea WiAuaivia ateaue and Walnut itreet.
orrtCBiXottk eld of Kifbtli tret bt
tweenCoDMBatclalaad WatlilojrtoD avenue.
Q w. wnatai9, a. b.
BBBIDXNCK; Comer NlnUi and VTalnu
OITICB: Corw Ixtoitmt and Ohio levee,
omcj i aowrrrw li; uuut
attlVa.
PARAGRAPHS.
Three -'tlirfecard monte'' wen were
recently ftentetice J at Tours, France, lo two
years' Imptlsonwent ntiil fill) Irancti Una
eacti, lor "taking In" ceveral paaengori in
flnt'clau crrlic of tlic Orletnei Hallway.
A contractor named Doncct lot i,100
franrce, and M Nolle, a llordeaus itudciit,
was Initial out of. 100 Irancr.
"iiuptoo,"iiat(l alawyarto a wltnei lie
wa Uyliij to badger, ''Mippote I ftbould tell
ynu that t could brlnr a doz;n men of your
own town to Ihli courtroom who waiiMiay
they would not bellcro you oa oatb, what
would you $yt" And calmly the wUupm
niado b reply, "1 would ay ron lied.'' A
jrcntle nillc ill(Tned lit elf all orer the court
niom, and the w lines? fttrpped down.
A lingular cae has Jut been brought
be I ore the Hoard el l'trdoos In HarrUburg.
A boy 10 year tf age, U serving a ten ot
Impri'onrocat In the Schuylkill county Jail
for having shot another boy, but without
effect. Strong effort, arc making to procure
hUrclcatc, but the so are opposed by the
y.'UIUfull prNoner, hltnteir, who like the
jail o well that he dclre to stay there.' lie
Is employed by the prWon officials n ainc
coj;er.
lie camo home ery lato one ullit, and
attcr rumbling with hl latch key good
while, muttered to himself, as he at length
opened the door, "I muihnuukeny nolib
cauib tholoman'i) alilep." He dlveted
hlmsrll ofhitgarments with some trouble
and wo congratulating himself on lili suc
cess as be Wjs getting Into bed, when
calm, clear, cold voice cnt a cblll downjbl
spinal column: "Why, my dear, you ain't
going lo lcep In your hat, ire youV
At the grand Illumination In honor of
the Prince i f Walci In Madras many shop
keepers took ocoalon to advertise liberally
One man dlplayed the loyal motto, "God
preserve the 1'rince of Walei, direct Impor
ter of marmal.a le, Jims, Kngllsh stores, ale,
wine, spirit, and hoot and shoes '
Mr. .leromc Hopkins reports In hl 'Or-
pbeonlsf that Dr. Hans von Billow found
M, Aultcrt playing at the foot ot an orehci
tra In I'hlladclptifa and brought him to New
York to pcrlorm at bit concert ai solo
violoncellist. Ilillow, though a German,
can appreciate genius In a Krench artist.
A SPECIALTY.
The Hixuctix printing
ntabtubment make a
specialty of Bill Ifrads,
Note Heads, Letter Hrade.
Statements, Cants, Etc. Look at these urlcei!
small site bin head!, r l.o .j w
Medium ftlie bill heads, wr Uiouaand . 3 73
All on fourteen pound iNiner. Carlisle mills.
ruled two ocnla r jwund higher than paiier
used by any other office-ruled to order at the
roltla especially for this office.
Statements, Carlyale, tier low .aj oo
Letter Heads, drlysle, per low .,.. 4 60
Note Heads, Carlyale, per loco. ...... I oo
Visiting cards ir packagt................. 7Se
Dusines cants, No. 1 3-ply Bristol board,
tier 1000 ai i tn a m
Business cards, No 1 blank, per low... 3 00
Ullarteraliret. h.ir..hrt. fnll.aht anrf Ihm.
sheet poi ters , and colored work below St, Louis
prices.
f amphlet, Book Work and Price Lists made
specialty.
BOBBINS'
U2 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
CAIRO ILL
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MBBCHANDIBE OT
avaB X SS8CBIFTION.
HALLET. DAVIS & CO.'S
Of World wido Eoputation.
Acknowledged by all good Musiclana to be the
best 1'lauo now made.
THE GBEAT UNION PIANO.
Of which we have told over 400 during
tnai.c jrcsia ym, uccoming more anu moro
popular every day.
SMITH'S AMERICAN ORGAN,
Splendid tone, 1'ower and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very fino Instrument, adapted to Initru-
uieuuu wnu as vucai music.
ALL T1IK AIIOVK AltK OKKiSlUJI) ON
hny Monthly laymeut, at low figures
regardless ot Ltst l'rlces. b
SHEET MUSIS
in greift variety, including all tbe new
and popular music ot the day.
Orders from the CounUy
promptly filled and sent
by mall,
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS
ACC0RDE0N8. CLARINETS
FLUTES. ,
PICOLOS'
TAMBORINES
FKEXCH HAltl'S, KTO., ETC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
FurrJebed to Order.
TBI 01 FOB VI0LIBI, OtJITABI, XTC
Ol the liest CjUaUty.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of all trade for l'lsno or Voice.
STutyrf lu1ptIon of Musical Mer
lt? ,,unil4d to order, promptly and
tt prices lower than ever ostred before.
JOKSCY ALSO Or
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
8end for Illustrated Catalogue and rriee
List of these beautiful groupss.
AU Heii WarraaUe as B;rtat4
Address,
ROIIINS' MUSIC UW,
Cairo, Illinois.
Kits mm
r rnklle jNitMat.
For thirty year. Ihere Iim Uh ii no Itu
iroveiMRiit lu tho cotnimiiltloii ot orou
)latcr. Tlu tvirnt tllSrovery ot Cniw
rlim nnil Its mldltlon to nn Imprxn ! po
rous ilnter lias liitrmliiccil to tlx; con
sumer anil the nubile, an article of iro-
Srw. The objection to tliu ordinary ar
ete l lis slow action. Douson's Capclnc
Porous Placr overcomes this great oli
Jectloii by crtccllnjr In a fuw hours what
the onlluary Hrous platur nccouiplUhes
In slays and weeks ol continuous wear.
Benon's Cat)clne l'orou Plash'rs ntv
preferred to nil others on the following
krouuiU :
First heir composition Is ol nn lm
proved nature and cornblniHl
with the recently discovered vok
etalile principle CniKtic which
MSAowerrnl anil unerrlntr spe
clile, lias never been eu:ilcd In
tho history of true medicine.
They opentto wlili nstnnlliiiiK
vliror, brinjr almost Immediate
relict, and cure more siieedlly
and with greater certainty than
tiny known plaster, liniment or
compound.
Second They ihjss nil the merit of
tho ordinary porous plaster with
above addition, and will cure all
III.1, vnrtiinc ili!UeiilH,a i'.,
.... ... .v.... ......v .....v ....
they have lioon eteemed in as
many hours as tliu ordinary arti
cle effects In days and weeks of
continuous wear.
Tldril Thrv nr, n iitili, ,iti.-t.i.i...iitt
il "preparation, skillfully com
blued, of the highest onlor of
nirni, imrviy Tt'iliaoic, contain
tlt'itlll.r inntnl nnp t.iln. tr.il j.
ons. Indorsed by physician", mm
iri1 til III, AII.,I.I .n...t,
Sseabury & Johusou, rh:irmaceu(lc:il
Chemists. X. V. To Iks obtalued, for
iiniy-iivc cenr, oi iiareiay iro., Cairo,
Ullnok l-17-lnuhtwS3)
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
IRON, TIN
AND
Slat Roofws
-AJftT2sT, XXmJLm.
Rooflngand Outtorlng a Specialty
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
uy pvt ox Bouwern
Lightning Rods, Pumps, Stoves
sua -Ainware.
ToMlaK Prasaptlr Sax.
THE MILY BUIjLETIN.
fit
rJJHK BULLETIN is published eTery morning
texecat Monday) In tbe Bulletin Building, cor
ner Washington avenue and Twelfth street.
Tua He-tun is served to city subscriber by
faithful carriers at Twenty-Five Cent a Week,
payable weekly. By Mall, (in advance) , eloper
annumt six months, tfi; three month, 7j one
month, 1 2.1.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
Publls,e,l every Thursday morning at lll5
pe: annum, Invariably in advance, i n, postage
en th Weekly wlll.be prepaid at this offlce, so
that suUcrlUr. will obtain for a .ulscrlptlon
rice of tl a year.
ADVERTISING BATES.
DAILY.
Biulneaa Cards, per annum,..
On square, one Daertion,...
One HUAe, two insertion,.
On Stuart, one week,...
One juare, two week ,...
One squAie, three week,
On ur, one month,-......,
m 00
.. i 00
.. 1 Ml
.. ! V)
.. 3 SO
.. 4 00
.. S OU
w.it iur,
On square, on insertion,.....,
Kach subaeqiieul Insertion,
.l oo
... w
tOnc Inch I. a squsie.
tlTTo reguUr rlvcrtlsers weolTrr.ujK-rtcir In
duotiutnU, both a to rau ol charge and man.
ner of displaying their fator.
OommuutcaUona upon aubjacta of sen.
eral lstereat to the publio aoUoltvd,
rjAll ntulaesi LetUrs ftbouldbc yl Irtsswl to
fair ItetUi l'tsiMtir,
CAIRO,
XXjXjXKTOXsB.
Tho Trtistoos of the Cairo City
Proporty delre tendl Public ntteutlon
to tho merits or their property, compris
ing a considerable iwllnii or the City of
Cairo. In Alexander Omnty, In thjSt.ito
of Illinois, ami lain! Immediately ndja
cent thereto.
This city, as Is well known, Is .Hunted at
tho confluence of the '"'lo and Mlsislppl
river, at tlir Ii. h.I ol mduteruiited iiavlnn-
Uononthe Ml.s'.sdlld, boiug below ob
struction by lec In Hc winter and low
water 111 summe r. i;0 tl.Us tin. a clear mid
open river coiuiuuiiloalloii at all times ocr
tbe Mississippi and Its iriDUturles, wltb all
the country soutl., to the (tulf ot Mexico
and the AUantli: Oi-eau. Cairo ha also the
same character fl communication Willi all
Uie country iiMtbourtho streams ilnwlng
uy it, wiieu luo.-t . iic .nun aiu not imiuvi-
game ov reaion ei "-e or low water.
Uelore the era oflUltroads, Cairo had a
commaudioposlilou as a centre of com
merce and navigation. This liuportjiic ol
position sue run possesses, uut lias now tne
additional advantage or being a great rail
road centre, a number ot the must liuttort.
ant railroad In the Valley ol theMN!lppl
converging to and having their termini
lucre, auk ug uiese, coming irom tne north
are the great Illinois Central lUilroad,
which traverses tbe eutlrc state of Illinois
trom.lts extreme northern and north -c. stern
to Its southern limits, and by Its connections
extends into all tho greut northwestern
irrain producing Stale. : the Cairo and Vin.
celiacs, extending from Cairn to the City of
lucennes. in ine state oi iiiuian. wnere
its connection' afford direct railroad om
tminlcatious with all Ka'tern cities: aud
the Cairo & 1. Louis Hallroad, atlordiiig a
direct railroad communication with thp
Cllr ot SI. Louis and all the railroads ti.
terlnir there. The roads comlnir from Hin
South are the New Orleans, Jackson and
ureal noruiern anu tbe Moblio aud Ohio
Kaiiroaas, wnicu give uirtct ruilroad com
munication with tn cltlrs of Mobile and
New Orleans, and other Southern Atlantic
sea ports, and by connecting roads with nil
the country south of Cairo; and coming
irora me soutuwesi inue Cairo, Arfcan.a
and Texas Kallroad, which affords similar
communication with Southern Missouri,
araansas anu Texas, anu uio principal cit
ies of those-SUtcs. This last-nsmed road
will give, also, direct connection with the
Texas and Tactile Koad when it Is com le
ted, tbu giving direct communication with
the principal ports ot the Pacific Ocean
These railroads, terminating at Cairo, are
now all completed aud In successful opera
tion, those in Illinois coming into the rity
on a bank ol each or the rivers, Ohio and
Mississippi, and terminating at their conflu
ence, thus encircling the city. The Holly
9priugs, Iirownsviile and Ohio Hlver Kall
road, and the Cairo aud Tennessee IMvcr
Railroad, which will both terminate at
Cairo, are in course of construction and will
soon be completed, and other railroads both
In Illinois and in States south or the Ohio
river, which will a'. terminate at Cairo,
are projected, ani arrangements made to
build them. The construction or these
will greatly Increase tho rillroad communl
cattoniof Cairo.
Its central location In ih.nr.t v.u.s
the Misfti8ippl,and the great wealth or riv,r
and railroad communication, to Cairo
unsurpkKsed advantat'en as a commercial
point, as it affords to her easy and cheap ac
cess to all the grain producing districU ot
tbe North and West, and similar access to all
the agricultural produce consumers ot tho
South, thus presenting the best location in
the Westfor an interchange or the renpect-
Tcuuruieraaiiii souuiern communities ana
productions)
At a manufacturing location the position
of Cairo is uot less important. The crude
material of every description, which con
stitute me cicmeni or manufactured arti
cles, abound on every side, iron ore, coal,
of superior quality, and timber of every
cbaracter.more than other, being easily
and cheaply accessible, and tbu rich agri
cultural region of the immediate neighbor
hood, a well a the more remote districts
rendered tributary to it by river and rail,
furnish supplies ot the necessaries of life in
such abundance as to render living except
ionally cheap When tho manufactu'-.d arti
cles are produced, the facilities Co. choap
distribution by rivor and rtll an not
equalled.
Cairo has a moral. Intelligent. Ihrl and
enterprising population of about 12,000 has
a superior system of public school, which,
in vine. Kuuuucicu oy nrivuio enter
prise, afford unsurp ied cducalionul ad
vantagesIs psssessed of wcll-cstabllsbed
churches of nearly every denomination
has public and prhate buildings of a stipe,
rlor character has a climate, which forsa-
lubrity and healthful Inrlilenei- rannnt l.
surpased-has a well-regulated and tf-
ucitui municipal organization, Its lreets
lighted with gas, and otherrnetropolltan ad
vantages, which make it highly detlrablo
and In reality not to be excelled as a place
of permanent residence.
I-ots and laud lu Cairo aro now offered at
VurV low mien, aironllnir tavoralilo onnor.
tunltle to purchase, and the owners pre
lum tbu location to the public as offering
unman'ii auvsriiigcn nr llie siiccessnu es
tablishment ol couuneri'lal or iiisnufttetur.
lug enterprises, and the best locality in the
country for proiluMe Investment or capital.
11. hTAATH TAVI.OII,
PtlkfsWAIi.
t caiko, in., ii l.t, urn.
A'
IlaiW ABtKKTIslRNKSlTSI,
Cheap Lauds
tN TIIK OH If AT MOUTH VVKf IT
Th LiMle ll.i.'l. nil) K ul fn.llli I iillwu) intii-
I'llll) tl H'llllll'. III I'M'I IHHlllllllj IllU
in let", .imi ,i li.f iis i Milt pure tm.
". nvv,
ONE MILL ON ACRES
of tliclr iikiftniilicut h ml, on either slilrnml
within twenty mllen m i.plrrend, Ailinlm'ilv
sullcl for pruiliiclioii ul I mil, I iittnii, iirnlii,
Iim.., I'liill., is in t nil i her Northern i lop..
Wliil. r.MiMnltil, tii riiilltiliKont'iloor Inlrnr lor
ih-M-li limiitii.. .m Mill,. U-ynml pm- .Init
Nrgni.liiipp,r., mi (liimuiit, f.,'l,il liidiiie
nienl. fur I'-iul'll-lniHiil nl in inuiiii'tiirli . I'.u
circnlirs, ii.I.Iiits V II si.AI K, I.-iimI Com
mlsslitner, Utile Itoit,, Aiknus.is.
IKniliiy ul lioiiu-. A i.- is wiint i-tl outfit
MtNiiil letiii. flic. 'IIILK A I'll,, Augusta,
Miilhe.
PATENTS
Ifyoiiwl'li tn apply fur n patent for any I si -cnlliui,
iiil.livsl,l.(,l!l:TT X LKlitlH'lT, I'nl
Mil Attniiieys, -eintli !l., Wimhliiutoii, li.C. ,
tort Jrciilnm.
Hull. In the United Mule.' tiin( for Infiliipr
nirni nl I'nti-nts, irum:utid iirili l'i'iiilnl l,v M.
II. I.KlillhlT Ai d , r.mll.l Alenii.-, t lirr
l:inil,0. 'aTaRMOF YOUR OWN
IS
7hi hi Reined; f.r hi Tines 1
Free Homesteads
AMI Till;
Befit and Chcnpcst Railrond Lund
nivon liio line uf the
UNION PACIFIC R. R.,
IN NEBRASKA.
.-IXlMIKA llrtMK NOW. Knll inform illim
sent I'rre to nil rts of the world Aillrvo
U. K. IIAVI;, lniU;,iininlsloiier t'. I" It. It.
Omaha, Neb.
TIIE
CHICAGO LEDGER
A $3 Paper for $1.50.
Ills a good un4 larger than the Ne York
Iilger Always un Illustrate! Serial 'Liry A
new-Mory roininenrrs iibout Keli, I. (Ii.-jnir,
lio.tiik',. paid. Tor Sl.f.l. .-aiiiple.t tent. Ad
ilrefl 111: LKIHSL'lt, Ihlcago,1 111.
mm m you., chilorck
i a A4Ub t;i lect xrouv ay lturoei
deep. In Empire City. Bi own and
Kecorded. 8e U.8. Cenaua '7(Kln
nnaara to Brown A Company,
...T.n .i onroaa
.j. vni.uw, Aiwressui.w
nn nr 5Vi. i. v""irriinou company.
30 W. 4tto Sty or P. o Box SOOO.Ciucln.
nati. O. AQEWT3 WAMTKP.
6 t
More Light"
m mwie pitoal
ronta ns all the Irturersln first seven ihKrees
comiilclr- ccrerionlM of iulllatlon, iusiuir
rulsingandiutvaiclngi wltlin.hln-s.es, iharges
find vhnrtntlmtj t.a UH,lt.l. .. . t.
this Invaluable b.ok, any JIasn ran, lu a short
time, qualify lilnaeir to take the clulraa Master
ra Lodge. Bourd In cloth, prlc-3 S.'.soi Ittti
er r'k (Kjckc-l,ok style). 'l J. Sent by
Ill.ll . lMlf -l( ,M 11 .... Muu.1... ... ..... -
lifcTlVcHKAUlVBAnB
$77
A 'y. V. I." mniiilM.1 ,,. m.l. . . .1
femae arcuts In their locality,
tostsiiothlns to try It. Particulars
free. 1- O. VllKEBY A CO.',
Augusta, 51c.
$5 tOS20LT:jia 't !"!'" Samples worth
Knd.Tl"?' Mlnsoii A Comny,
u"PJYCIIOMAXtXOUSl)lILCIIAIIMI.N'
. J. How either btxiimv nisplnnii. nml ,.in 11...
love and arTections of onv iwrwin thev .1....,
Itl.tHllllV. 'lili .11 . . . 'V 1
ma I, for SS cent logethcr with a Starring;
-. .-BJi'nuii wrarjr, nivalin, Hints tolji
COMPANY, IWa.
Phlladeliihla.
I'HI.WIW,
St.Jo.Modioal"
INSTITUTE.
ErUtliiM as a Mm tm Oaaehrr.
rniiv nn it tiiA .v. ..
i i'iriB umiiu cure can te re-
Xlkiluiion. Little Isrvrimrwl In the way or
U well known thnuvhout the Wmi. Cnlt am"
Jfnvlnwl that 'Jilii Id the larKet ntiU mo-t
tho succcafsfu 1 trentiisent of all Chronic tnixual.
l'rlvate and enerfalDUeaof both hexen.Mich
as SyiihllU, (jonorrtmtj. ilUxt. .Stricture. Jcup-
f nrt. Visrifs-fteA VItj n.i.i.i, '11..1 . 1 In
. ;"l ui'llllll, illlW, aR,
ttii thrniit. hL In t 1,UJ ... 1 1. "
v.... .m, VIKll U
imnsilcled uc4"i.
. Willi
thrtM! tn live tlnvn. Ki'i.niiu s.nj 1.. r .1-'
V Ti,,rnaa cun rrom
tok-ndaya. Oier 17,570 ciimucuiiiI, hwnlnnl
neakneiis.fliiennatorrhiia, Xlght Lossin, hex
ual Debility snd linpotency, Loss of bona I
I'ower. tut lliMreSUltofselt-abusvlii youth, sea
ual excotaca In in!itiir.r n... nn.i In i......,i
tnenta to marriage, ernianentiy curni wltliout
irwrcurv or any other mineral iwlson. 1'utiruts
at a distance treated by letter. Medicine sent
everywhere Young men who have Uivimc the
Y ; . f 'e iiimi (ireaiinu anu ae
structive huhlt which annually sweeim to un ui-
fltnlv rrnivn thnti.iin.l ..r ..i.k,. .. .. ..
most exalted talents mid brilliant lutelhrt, who
mUhtotherwIsehuve entranced listening SenaUt
"'i me iiiuii.icrs oi eloquence, or wukeuto
tidtni.v tli A llulni. I on. m.. ..
, .... : w 't ..n win. iuii eor.n-
dence. U hat a pity that a young man. tho nop
nfli U rimitrl th ilupl trr .r I. ld .... ..... .,
I - - -" . . 'I". ... ti ',cjiin, riiiiiiiu
n i in.i i. ,,, Bl, prurjiecia una enjoy
menu of life by the con.ciiurnct ordevlutisg
frnlii thf, Imlh nf imtiip.. n,l I.. .!..,. i.. ..
tain M-cret habit, buch ieronn must, liefore
mnteinplating marriiiKe, reflect that u bouul
mind nud body urc the most necessary re.iul.llM
to promote coiinuhlal huppinerM, imlevl without
these the Journey through life hecomea n weary
liilgrlnuge, the prospect hourly ibirkens to the
view, the mind become ahwlownt with ilcsialr
. ..... .,i. ..irmi iciioiiy leiieciions nun the
linpplnKs of another Is blighted with our own.
lo ull erring vouuir men wi. u-milii .nv .1..
,i.iu ... .... , ' f. :v
i' o-.wi in uiuncii uiiu your i, on until
t has sapiMid the itaU and lelt you u win k of
humanity, u curse tj yourself and a burden to
society . If you are entangled the stmrc of
Hll (u.llnf ir.n . rtr nnu t.rlc..,.. ... ..
ItmllBtnictlon.anilapiilyat St. Joseph Medical
Institute lor tre-jtmeiit, and become once moie a
human being.
g-Curea guaranlecil or money refunded
..CfAll female diltlculties und impcdliueut to
Marriage Irmtf-d with fJifety anil tiiccek,
Ct"A greut medical bookund secreta lor lailles
Slill 1'PlllM. Klitlf rr'i fi.r lun .,n,..
Address HI. Joseph Medical Institute, Francis
Rlri., Mu-Min K....n.l ..ml 'I t.lnl U I
aflsu,inrl oo-11-ft..l ...... J
T I i oiiluinei
iMentsii
oiiluined in Hie United
I, UtriaUu, and Ku
I teims us low us
Of llll V ,itli,.v rnll...
lilc house. Correspon-
delli-e IiivImI In ,I,m Pm,
llth and foreign anguages, wiin inventors, At
torneys at Ijiw, and other Hollcillors, eitH-claly
Willi those who have had their case rejected In
the hands or other attorneys. In rejected cases
our lee ale reasonable, ami no charge I made
unless we are ucrerut.
If yofi want a pat.
rnt,rnil us model
or tketeth and a
full description of
'8
syonr invention
V will nuke an
esumtnatioiiut Ihe patent ohlce, and II we think
It patentable, will semi you paM-rs uiidwhicv,
and prosecute vour case. Our e will be In or
dinary iu s, tfi,
I Ota) or written lu matters re-
Advieeiifpfifi
gett, Kx-Commlsslonerof Patents,
y'land, Ohio O llelley, Kw.. Seo'v
1'an'l Aimnen, II, H. N,, Vualilngton, D. O.
tfMeiiil Nlatim fnr one 'f!ll!ile fur nlifAln.
liiKl'atenUi," a liook nf 60 page.
Addrra i-Lanls Bastaer 4t Co.. Sollel
tors of Patents, Wsthlnilon, l. 0.
U-7-dftW.tf,
Inventor
I.VNVKAKCi:'.
O. N. HUGHES,
(tcnt'rti!
Insurance Agent
, (IKyiCEt
OXAXO .LlIUVKK
Ovnr Mathusi ft Uhl't.
jS'INJjbut t'lrst-Cl.i.s C.mp,i.ilis n-pri
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 1HA8.
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AND CANDEl;
(icncrnl
Insurance Agents
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Tho Oldeat Katabllabed Agency in flout
ru Illluola, ruproamitluu' ov.r
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rOMSIIHMIO.M MKItrllAM-SI.
E. J. Ayres. s. II. Ayre
AYRES Sc CO.
MjOTjrt
And grneral
Commission Merchant
No. 78
. OIUO. LKVKE.
P. CUHL,
- i:eluthe
Plour Merchant
A.vn
Millers' Agent.
No W Ohio lvee,
7 i(j f CAIHO, ILLINOIS.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
i. Dealer In 3 1
All kinds h.nl nud ton.)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, Sto
Mill acTYard,
-ornor Tltirty-Pourth Strost ond
Ohio Lovoo.
'onlgiinirista Nnlicilt-il.
Siuiurnclion Uiiiirniilrcil
Sam'l X. WZZiSOXT,
XZ1.0XX703
AMI
Commission Merchant
Cor. Elhth;at. and Commercial Avo
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
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C. M. llowe.V Itio., A. .Murkle A l.'o.,
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f. II l.'..,l.vul I It 1,1.1111. I o
O It. Wooilwanl.
. II. Phlllia A.x.in.
Peter Culil,
Ayers .V
J. II. Itei.l.
I'll n n I iigtuun A i 1 1 1 ive 1 ,
II. M. Ilulen.
Henry Sajers,
Col. McKralg, P. Id., bwit'l Wallers
ri-il-u
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work or I lie kind lit tliri Worll."
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THE QUlCkOT WW
mm
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J Comment,
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Sites, styles and prices to soil every ons.
B mrs and Ak your dttlsr (or lbs MONITOR.,
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re-Svnil fur Caliibiitiic '.'-3-iUu- t-ew-ly.
t.l Will L.iU1m1 fsuSM ... .
Ad.iit.i Ptiiti cits c:i:?ix?.
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OSAGE ORANGE.
UrftrtNtock, Bttl KtJ, Low est Trices.
Tor partlrulart, atlilir.s
JLAHT SEED C0UFAK7. St. Louis, Us.
Dr.
4 J vviiieMMrtmn
70S Chostnut Ot. Louis, Mo.
CMillt..,WT1 V'tABUl r.PZCTAT.TnXAT.
H.MTIa .liurt--.1 . 1 UUtNAUX tlLSeur.
1Stw4.-.rJU.a. luwl Ir.wr.t tUisr.3!
eeinsal l.ii.cni l'JWliTrMii,ira-
t3tesoe.ti.iu.(. .uwmnu. r,s.M.(i3ia4.ai
;,urrn,M.ei,.jcr Mm. ltrtubu.i,laatjml,
.,."'";I"'";U'IJI, iirlt.aiii. o.m. of
Oieet. OsnsrrtiuA. Clrletum .o4 UrhUl f .U fWvii
.iMiut -svwts. -!. LI"11 .?". Mx.. unit,
Itjg.m. tff.it.au ..-,J ir ... J. lutlfr, oCr
tliinridr. i r,;i.'-,al l-'.f j mUtut erMt.rtl nitottf
Mtleit. bu ars.4 u. .1 .1 tx4 ,pcruirf. W.t.DM.S
tM..4t-..liat.t M.rI .al irlr.iif X, t.. .t
. .iimik.. Cut ru.' tc . t uai.rjtutaa frt. Frlvai.
JUedloal Onid Jim Is soalsd oar. lom lot inmot.
BOOK OF NATURE, .
CtttolsiLc its tt,i t4 a mUr tt etftvmiltcfl.
nwrr. cscvvarss
1 hUkH o4
r, isurt
trltkl en.
'.n trafTlakl HTm. AUr
vcvrtlr 4. (rn LU u tar ttr S3 &l.
a w, uTt vi,v(flu vrnirai VfCMU Xxuututa.
70acaanattyct. Bt. Loau, UaT
Dr. Whittier,
617 St Chsrlesstrset, 8h Louli, Mo.
A fiplu tn't .ft. K lkI CStlM, ku Wi Int-r
JCi.l imimtl f all VttiaraLtKilual
and CRraaio DlMAm u ,a ..7 .ik.r rsrnUa la bu
L..U, a. clt vri .t., aa4 .11U4 IwltMU kbsv,
Svpkilis, Oeaorrhoss, Olt, Strictur, Or
tlilfij, H.rala.er Ryptvr.all Urinary Diss
nd Syphihtie er mtrcunsl effetis of th
tkroat, skin or be, an matal vtik asMranu
.a I. mi trttauat tflul.u. eWily, 1tit.ui;.
Sprmtorrhosa, Siul Otbility aad Impot
ney, utft.rtmliatU'.UatU rait, anaal ssmsw.
la aiarar ,Mn,w lu hum, aa4 vLkk sraSf. ata,.
or it. Ibtu.lLf .ffMi mmnmn erala.l t.u.u.,.
SbUUr, dlL.M .1 1M. Mwl,. SMwr, fUrrf.m.. a.
rM..rb;.K.ld-c.f,ar.r'.auaxirtr.frcBi.kM.ecfM.l4B
.1 U..I, Ims f mi ml pctr. .u., r.BdriLf ssarrUcs
liQproper.runhappy.ar.t.rmumtiycw. twiLM
A t'i.) r.uuas (. u aUTi.atla tl .aiaUr.,.
nr l. M.ut .uaira. CanluU.a at cr tr BU
tm. ea4 laniM. a McaSI ta or Li. eiiAtoa can. act'ti.
Vfc.a II Is IbMttv.&u&t ta TUlt tt. clt r tmtacw
SMdy-lat.ca t.. tat tr . irrw.orrji.il ertrrvftrr L'a
.ll..MlSMraBil(W.d.tttl.il.tsltl,rr.aklrat.ut
o aouiiA.H.uir.fti. Su-uj., 1, si.wi r.u.
PsmphUt, tsy eddrss, for Two Stamps.
MANHOOD i?0V,'o-W04"
WOMANHOOD iScn,ra
Bent Malta, all thr, for SO Cent. .
sssnhood sad Wcmankeed la uermae, brsj
tsgthr, llluttrattd, IS Ctntt.r
MARRIAGE i
rfflli. ( GUIDE.
Vlwant cloth and ciHWodJnx. Staled for ivoo.
Otff nnj wtsvlwfiii ia t Wur, tru lo uf aniiWoii
it. rUolAtf ftitJsct( vvba mij tasrrr lo est, kjr,
1'iTMr tt to ntrrs Wtomsrr first, iiusOsl, Wotatt..
ht-oi, rbjtkkl 4Kr It tStsrU of eslibr ftol Ctcn.
las fitjiiolvcr of KfrrodaUou and blu&j t-srs, lu
nurrld or eos. xnapuuut um rUf ibosiiJ read it.
Aftsralfs-ttijVrssrtK?, lairt front bnuaa ai tU ai
nersl coavlctlB,tiot)ciii to t rrvd ir all a4sH p
thon loekad up.noi 141 arojiiorloat,aiUU wt-rtbT
tt rt-rtsvlifist- It cottsln tlvtcteataof xnfxlloal litai
tture.itou jhU f u.ft4 la aa ttistmrt t rscikr, and vortit
to huf & will tiTt tt a ?rful pwustal, tea Umt
Its coots.
ro?T.!r Ultloa. lama as aSort, tsut ttt tmf, YA ?'.
IW cents ttasU, caarst coo1-fui4 la AjtU. I
.tlif altttas. touoalaf aaoa&i,
DR. WHITTIER.
617 St. Charles strest, St. Loult. Mo.
A titJ and radical curt
ftr Knflur cr htrnia, in
ycunrer eld, fr anttij ff
thi Judjom mitkad ef irL
mtul. A tflidcuriir nttt. Ctlea er tvritt I,
xir. tf uason, 70s ciksk; unit, it. Lntli, jiiv.
A Book for the People.
PUYJIOLOQV 1 a lrifllluiat. mnlli.l utk of IX
Or f lars. duubl. ruliiinn . l,u Snt
.11. ( P:'" '! anatlim,ull, i.algf.l,
TBARIIIACil,. )iMurala!.il!ir.lrvlioti,utUie
.. . , M.rrUcludulir.ai.iIill.iu.llSc..
timi., tho My.terfc. of lleproductton, 10. A ij.j.iJ
.1 tit irlly n 1I1. 1 .rluut ili,... t (l. tl rlnary and Ocn
eraliv.Orf Al9utlMili.rxi-.lliu-tiiilliia .11 trtnuf IVrl
rate. Venereal. ml Chroiilo Uisca.caur IMIiSein, trie
rrl.cu of Carly Abusca on Hi. .ciiul) ililn ana Hi. ij sn
Ctri ol rtf-i.M. Infur. una alur m.n-l.zf, lr.dln-lopr
i.iuiui, itft.y n l Iinpotcncy-a .il..io touuwliui tuiii.
inarrlt-il nut ll.fi.. .-..irniplatlnf: mintage. t!ol a nn-rr
luaikailrcrll.iii.iit,liulllli.oiilyKiiiiilar tntilUil ii,,a
JflTlnj nun.cri.ui .rr.i r ptiuna lit all tlia aU.ve dluaii-,.
rilcr.luHr coiHi.alw.ijuunilln elifi. II,.' A l am.
rinututitti.tiimnnmltrr.hiiaiitor Spermatorrh.a, civ
ii( ronl.nl, of tlie aliovo nik. wnilu mini a rat i trail
mtll.l or .lamp. AUu a .mall Modloal Treatl.o oil the
Sbinrill.r.ti..e)liS3ll,lU(l, .CUilri..,
THEMEDI0AL4 8UF.OI0ALINSTIIUTH
3ULWAVUKK. WISV.
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION;
Marriage
I Arrival CAQBMUrUlti
UsniciJ. er thots evberjl tr
I mirry, eo tha pbrtir4oc.aai
uuiao.
nijtcnes aai rsfoisuoos
ULfitdIt4TrUila lis aclaocotvr rtpradBcUaa, t'rwrtlr
tba ftilstiAtaiBi Lin A jb
Tuli It to UWrtitlni varlf bt o butdrtl ul ality
flM. wlili curaorom coirarlaiii, o4 cootalaa vaJuati
ufjrmUjo for taosa wto ra tcsurlsd er ecaumtlata tnkr.
rlut mil it la tok ttst outht lo V kspi aaaar kwi
ao4 k, ia 1 al lri csrtUsil aibt lha Uuh.
It oottAioi itt tipcrlenoa q1 advlea or a rarololaa
U rvpnuUoQ U or ij. wKii, tat tbouUI f fa tbtprl.
n dswer of sc try mala ant fsmtls ibrotx&out tha iDilrt
ftotn. Ittaaraca iffrytLloc on lb oMtcf Uicvor
aUttiriun that ts worth kuowisf. 4 taaoa tbaila a of
pubiiah4 la aar dbtr aork,
Rmt to tot oa (in or xUr) tot titir Ctnu.
Adrlrata tr. Itoiu' UUivuar. ho. WN.tUihUi itfa
8t.Uula,U.
Notice lo tho Affltcttd and Unfortunate.
lifers tppljtog lo lb Batarloaf iateka b a4frrtl It
utlla pHr, or uilnf aoj quek rrrusdU., truaa Vr,
litiiu' vork. a natiar vbai rvur tUatai li or U ltplif.
abia jour oaadlUoa.
Vr. HuttJ oooipitaa doablakoafaarivtaU rootait
la ladersai, by toma al lb most eaUbrt4 nadltal rraft
aara f ibla ooaatry as4 Karoaa, aaa eaa U eoasalu4 (r.
soiitUly or by maU.a io dlsaaaaa ntailoafllB bis ork.
pmea anl parlura, No. II North Xlgkth airatt. awat
141k. aud Cbsiuul. HL Laula Mo.
DANIEL LA.MPERT1
Fashionable Barber
AND
haih X3xtiaa xzxi,
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH STILE El
Between Washington andlOomm erolal
Avenue.
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all tln.1. of Sntl. I. iki rwlr 'BamTRTS
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