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OlimO P0ET01TICE.
OffMB Hotin From 7:30 n.m. to 0:30
S,m.; SHiuliy from 7tol)n.m. aioiioy
nkr 8:00 a.m. .ton-.OO p.m.
CloaM Arrive.
A.M. I r.M.
A.M.
I r.n.
I'M I Illinois Unrrai II It
3:00
2:00
5 ;00
1:00
2:(J
10:00
1 rialm A Vlttftna
Kit Pally.
Cairo, Arkansas A
Ten It R-nally.
Ohio Klvcr Itoutc
Dally exe't Monday
MIm. Him Home
Cp, San. Tu. Krt
Uown.Tu.Thu Ht,
Thelm. Knute
Friday Batnrday
10M
.O0 i
COO
0:00
O. VT. McKiaia, 1. M.
KAILdVVAn.
IT. L0UI8.IB0H MOUNTAIN
, ft I0UTHE1N It. S.
Kvpress leave Cairo dally 2:00 p. n.
Kipirs arrives at Cairo dally 4:in. in.
Accommodation leaves Celnulally 2:00 a. iu.
Accnmmodatlon arrive daily (except
Bunchy) II :'!, III.
Tim: carp.
ILLDC0IS CENTEAL B. B.
mm iLivt n.lnn
Mail at..
Ktdtcm at.
rntant at..
might at..
11:15 s ra ....Dally,
s.-vop. in "
4:00 a. m...Exccpt Bundny.
. 4-.0Jp, ru... " "
1.UITB T CAtnO
Mall at.
..2:80 a. ru Dally.
. 8:30 i. m... Except Sunday.
Kxpreaa at.
Weight at
Freight
U 0) in... . " Sunday.
JAKES JOHNSON. Agent.
CAIBO ST. LOUIS B. B.
the
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
T. ILiQXJIfil 1
at
We Hrto Gome to Stay!"
TIIK train of Ihti company connect nt St.
Ixiiiln and KailM. l.oiil., villi all ullur
line to tht North, Ee-rtat ntul Hi'l.
TIME SCHEDULE I
Leave Cairo
Arrive atrtt. Louis..
,10;l3n.m.
.. M." p.m.
Leave East SL Louis :.Mn.ni.
Arrive at Cairo-...- . lik'Op.m.
J. I.. HINCKLEY, General 8uierlnt.eiidcut.
J. A. VVK.NTZ. General Passenger Agent.
JtillX FOGUHT. Agent.
CAIBO & VINCENNES B. B.
CAIHO, EVANSVILLiC, INDIAN
APOLIS. CINCINNATI
and LOUIS VHJiE.
VOUBTKEN HOURS EACH WAY,
AND ALL. DAYLIGHT RUN 3.
Eming Throngh Without Chug.!
IXDIAXAP0MA AXU ClXCIXMATt IXricK'.
Leave Cairo 4:13 a. in
Arrlva at Carml...... b:M "
Arrive at Vlncennes -11:23 '
VIA IT. LOCI AXO hOUTUXAITKUX KAILHOAD.
Arrive at Kvanavllle 4:18 p.m.
via tniAXArout axd vikcbxmk bailhoad.
Arrive at Indianapolis 4:30 p. iu.
VIA OHIO AND MiSIa)l-rl HAlLnOAD,
Arrive at North Vernon : p.m.
Arrive at Cincinnati :uo
ArrlvUat LouUvllla . 7:41
cairo uriutss.
Leave Indiana poll....
Ieave Cincinnati
Iioaves LouUvlUe ..
Arrive at Vlncennes..
Leaves Vlncennes
Leave Evans-vlUe
Arrive at Curml-.... ..
H::n a.rn
:3n "
- 7:00 "
- It'.oo p.m.
r."'."rr.'.'.'.n':K' .m.
5:0 1 p.m.
0:20 "
Arrive at Cairo
Making close connection to and from all
point East and Xorth, at Indianapolis ami tin
onnatl, and to and from all poluta Houlh and
West of Cairo by rail and river.
UOl'.ND CITY ACCOMMODATION.
IThc Mound City Accommodation run Wed
nesday and Saturday.
Leave Cairo 12:11 und n:00 p, in.
Leave Mound City J : 15 and &: l. in.
K. B. GOODRICH, H. Z.. MORRILL.
Uen' Ticket Ag't. Uencral Hup't
0For Informatlou relative to rate and con
nection, apply to JAMES IIIUUS,
TlrVet Amiit
NTCAM BOATN.
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
ron
Faduoab, Shawnootawn, Evans-
villo, Iiouiivillo, Cinoinnati
; Land all way landings.
The unrivalled ldc-wUl aleaiucr
IDLE WILD,
l). O. FowLXU m Master,
Kd. It. Tiioma Clerk.
Hill leave Kvantville for Cairo every MONO A V
andTUUUHDAY at 4 o'clock, p. iu.
Leave Cairo every 1 UE3DAY and 1'HIDAY.al
6 o'clock p. m..
The elegant itde-whccl itcanicr
ABKANSAS BELLE,
lloWAJUi Master.
WaLtu B. l'miNiiidTox-... -...Clerk.
WiUlaav KvauavlUe for Cairo every TUES-
UATaad millAY at 4 o'clock p. tu.
WllTliave Cairo every WEDNESDAY and SAT-
UtWAYatt o'clock v. iu.
The elegant aidc-wbecl utiamtr
;PAT. CLEBUBNE,
J gun Gorr .,.. .Master
Mat. Williah.... Clerk,
Leave Ensville for Cairo every WEDNES
DAY and SATUUADY ut 6 p. iu
leaves Cairo every T11UU3DAY and SUNDAY
at6p.ru
Kach host makes close connection at Cairo
With first-class steamer for ht. Louis. Mem-
phi and hew Orleans, and at Evuusville Willi
the K. C. it. U. fur all points North and East,
and with the Louisville Mall .Steamers fa all
point ou the Upper Ohio, giving through re
ceipt onfreifbU and posteugers to- all point
tributary.
1 1 for further laformatlon apply to
SOL. SILVKIt, VasMngcr Airent.
haludaV HltOS., I Alr,',
J. M. I'HlLLll'S, AKiil.
Or 10 U. J. UltAMMEit,
iJnprlntendnt and General freight Agent,
lo-3-VMr. Eranivllleludluua,
PMTSICIAHIL
'yyUsLIAX X. SMITH, X. V.
KEMDENCE: No. 1 Thirteenth (Ireet, be
twtan Washington avenue aud Walnut itreet.
OrriCEiHorth aide of Eighth street be
twawi Commercial and Washington avenue.
W. SUViriM0, M. .
UUDINCK: Comer NUth and Walou
omCXt ConarlUthttrntandOkloTTta,
orriCS BOUMt rromla.a, Um,,nd
glte iultiitttt.1
PARAGRAPHS.
Monslcjiior Iob, tlio Miironlte Arcl.
bllioi ol llryroilt, Itns prosontctt for tlio
new .Monttnartrc Clmrcli of I'nrU n r
R.mtic ccil.ir, tlccrlboil n one of the tret s
ol l.uliation I'ontcniimrary wltli t1ioo of
Solomon nml J I Irani, which wn lately
blown down. Twelve line plnnk Iroin
it, iK-hiff n s.iercil number, w ill soon reach
rail?.
It was In Omaha. A lawyer was ntl-
ilresslnartho.liitlKo, and tho Jitdc was
eating ikmimiIs and reading tt novel. The
lawyer born It for tome time, ntul then
angrily remarked : '! suppose I'm en
titled to claim the attention of this
court." "Well, sir." retorted the .Inline,
"the court has long supected you ami
will do Its duty the llrst chaneo It Ret".''
A No, I l.ininilry.
It U now conceded that Mr?, Coleman
the laundress, No. V2 Fourth street, be
twecu asliliifc'ton and Commercial ttvc
lines, has one of the best conducted latin
dry establishments In the city, aud laud
lords of hotels mid boarding houses will
llnd It to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are as follows : Hotel
aud boardhig-hoitu' washing 75 cents
per dozen. For piece work prices are as
follows: Singly shirt and collar, 10c; per
dozen, 80c; socks, oc; two collars, fie;
two handkerchiefs, fic ; vests, 20c; and
all gentlemen's wear, SOo. per dozen.
Ladles plain calico dresses, 2.; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, 50c; white
dresses, $1 25c; ladles' underware, fine
and coarse, $1 00 per dozen. 1-23-tf.
If you bate n dixcliargo from tlio hopc,
oO'cnMvc or othcrvlc, partial Iom of (lie
cno of mu'll, tusto, or hcarlng,cycs watery
or wcali, fuel (lull and stupid or debilitate J,
pain orprcaire in tlio head, take cold easily,
you may reH attired that yon have Catarrh
Tliou-nml. auounlly, wltliout manifttliu:
half cf the uljovo cymptoiiH, ternihiato In
conMimpllun, and end la the grave. So UU
case to common, more deceptive, or lest
understood by physicians. It. V. Pierce,
M.D., of Huffalo.N. Y., Is tlio proprietor of
Dr. Snge.H Catarrh Ucmedy a perfeit Spc
0111010 0818,' Cold lu tho Head,"or
Catarrhal Headache. 2-8-U&W-I w-(iO)
A SPECIALTY.
The IIlli.etin printing
establishment make u
specially of Illll Head.
Note llcmls, Ia Iter llciiils.
Slutrments, Curds, l.'lc. txiok at tliee prices;
Small size bill head, per luto $.1 oo
Medium size bill heads, per thousand 3 7i
All on fourteen pound paper, Carlisle mill,
rated two cent per pound higher than paper
used by any other offlre rule,! to order at the
mills especially for Hit odlcc.
Statements, Carlyslc, tier looo
. J 00
. 4 &
. a 0(1
. 7Jc
Letter Heads, Curlysle, per low
Note Heads, Carlysle, cr 1000 ..
Vlsitingcards per package
llusines rardi, No. 13-ply llrl'tol bourd,
per 1000 2 ,vi to 4 00
Iiuslness cardt, No 1 blank, er luuo 3 00
Quarter-sheet, liulf f licet, fnll-slicet anil three
sheet posters, and colontl work below St. Louis
priivH.
i'amphlel, Hook Work and I'rlcc Lists made
a specially.
BOBBINS'
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
CAIRO ILL
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MEHCHANDISE OF
EVERY DESCRIPTION.
HALLET. DAVIS & CO.'S
PZAxVOS
Of World wido Roputation.
Acknowlvdgol by all good Musicians to be the
best I'lauo now made.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which wo have sold over 400 during
twolvo year past, becoming more and more
popular every duy,
SMITH'S AMERICAN ORGAN,
Bulondld tone, rower ami Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very lino Instrument, adapted to lustra
mental a won as vocal music.
A I.L THE A110VK AltE OKI-kiikii nv
xl Jittny Monthly Payments, at low tigures
caiuiuts ui Jvisi i nec.
SHEET MUSJO
in great variety, lucludtng all the new
und popular music ot the day,
Orders from tlio Country
promptly tilled and scut
by mall.
violins guTtars banjos
ACCORDEONS, CLARINETS
FLUTES'PIC0L0Si
TAMBORINES
FltKN'CIl HAWS, ETC., ETC.
T1
Band Instruments of all Kinds
FurrJshcd to Order.
TBIHGS FOR VIOLINS, OUITAR8, ETC
01 Uio Dent (juullty.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of allstrade for Piano or Voice.
-fci3BT.Kvy V'e,,l;r'ptIou of Muilcal Mer
chandise furnished to order, promptly uml
at price lower than ever oBerod before.
GENCV AliiO 0?
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue and Price
List ofthoe beautiful groupes.
All ti "WarranUd u KiprHntd
Address,
BOBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
Cairo, Illinois.
or IMIiIIp lutrrcal.
For thirty years lltcie lin been no Im
lirovement In Ihc coinpofltlon ol porou
plaster. The recent discovery ol' Cap
clue and its addition to tin Improved po
rous plaster has Introduced to the con
sumers and tho public, an article of pro
gress. The objection to the ordinary ar
ticle Is Its slow action, llcusoii'g Capclnc
Porous l'latcr overcomes this great ob
jection by (dlccliug in it few hours u hut
the ordinary porous ptater acconiplMic s
in days and weeks ol continuous wear.
ilcnons Ciinclne I'orou Plasters arc
preferred to all others on tho following
ground:
First heir composition Is ol an Im
proved nature and combined
will, tho recently discovered veg
etable principle Capclnc which
.....it. i i : i
i, mi nun unerring ?pc-
cllle, has never been equaled In
the history or true medicine,
l'hey oH-rat with nstoiiNhlng
vigor, bring utmost Immediate
rcllcl. und euro more speedllv
nml with greater certainty thaii
any known plaster, liniment or
rniniiiiiitiil.
Second They possess all tho merit of
me unnnnry porous piaster Willi
nbovonddlilon, and will cure all
the various dllllcultles for which
they havo been esteemed in a
llianv hours na tlw, ocIIimici- mil.
cle effects in days and weeks of
luiiiiniioiis wear.
Third They area genuine pharmaceutl
eal preparation, skillfully com
blued, or the highest ordor ol
merit, purely vegtablc, contain
neither inctul nor mineral pois
ons, indorsed by physicians, ami
arc lit no sciiM'a patent medicine.
Seabury & ,lohnoii. Pharmaceutical
ChcmlMs, X. V. To be obtained, for
twenty-llve cent, ol'Ilarclav llros., Cairo,
Ullnofs. l-17-lmdw-(:i)
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
IRON, TIN
AND
Slate Hoofers,
Roofing and Guttorlng a Spcoialty
Slate Roofling a Siiccialty in
any part of Southorn
Lightning Rods, Pumps, Stovos
and Tinwaro.
Jobbing Promptly Douo.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
fJJHE BULLETIN I published every morning
(except Monday) In the llulletln Itulldlng, cor
ner Washington avenue and Twelfth street.
Tii rjciLKTM Is servcil to city subscribers by
faithful carrier at Twenty-l'lvc Cent a Week,
payable weekly. llyMail, (In udtnm-c), $10per
annumi sis mouth, (lj thnc month), Jj ouo
month, $1 -.'5.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
I'ublls'.e.l every Thursday morning nt 1 23
h.-: annum, Invariably in udvunce. The postage
on the Weekly WU i. prepaid at this olllce, so
that ubscribera will obtain for a subscription
rlco of 1 a year.
ADVERTISING RATES.
DAILY.
nuslnes Cards, peranuum,,,
Ono square, one nscrtion,....
One square, two insertions,.,
One square, one week
One square, two weeks
One square, three week
One squie, one month
..30 00
... i'oo
.. 1 M
... 2 !
.. 3 50
.. 4 00
.. L UO
W K K K r. V .
One 'square, one insertion m,i 00
Koch subseiiient Insertion, m
O0no Inch Is a square.
O"l'o regular wlvrrllser weoffersuperlorln'
diicemi nts, both as to rato ol charge aud man
ucr of displaying their favor.
Communication) upon eubjeota of iten
oral lntereit to the publlo aoliclted.
0AU UusInestLetlersshouldba addressed to
t'ulro nulletln Couipnuy.
irjXjxra'oxffa.
Tho TniBtcoH of tho Cairo city
Troporty ih-'in- to (.ill public attention
to the merits or their property, compris
ing a considerable portion of the city of
Cairo. In Alexander County, In tho State
of Illinois, and hmib immediately adja
cent thereto.
This city, as Is well Known, is situated at
Ihocoiiltucncoofthot'lilo and Mlilppl
rivers, at thu head ol unluterupled nu bul
lion on tlio Mlisl"i!, botug below ob
structions by lec In the winter and Jow
water In Milliliter, nml H Us bus a rU-ur and
open titer coinmtitiic.illon nt all limes over
tfio MiMls'lppl aiul Its tributaries, with all
Hie country south, to tlio Olllf ol .Mexico
and tho Atlantic ocean. Cairo has also tho
same character olcouimunlcaUon Willi nil
tlio country north otcr the stream llowlng
by it, when IIkhc ticanit arc not Imiiivl
gable by icaou ol Inc or low water.
Ilclorcthc era of Railroads Cairo had a
commanding position as a centre of com
mcrcu and iiatigatlon. This importatico ol
position flic (till possesses, but tin snow the
additional advantage ol being a great rail
road centre, a number ol the mo-t Import
ant rallroidslu tho Valley ol the Mlltlpp!
converging to nnd hating their termini
there. Amoii: these, coming from the north
aro the great Illinois Central Railroad,
which traveri-es the entire fctate of llllnoli
IromjiW extreme northern nnd north-eastern
to Its outllerll limits, and by it connections
extends Into all tho great northwestern
grain producing; State ; the Cairo and Vln
cctines, extending from Cairn to the City of
Vlncenncs. in tho Slnto of Indians, wheru
Its connection utTord direct railroad vom-mimlcutlon-t
ultli all Katcrn cUIoh; nml
tho Cairo A: St. Louis ltallroad, uRording a
direct railroad communication with the
City ot Ht. Louts and all tlio railroads ecu.
tering there. The loads coming from the
south are tho -cv uilcano, Jackson and
Great Northern and the .Mobile and Ohio
ltallroads, whleli give dlrict railroad com
munication with tlio cltl-s ot Mobile and
New Orleans, and other Southern Atlantic
sea potts, and by connecting roads with all
tho country south of Cairo; aud coming
Irom tho southwest N tlio Cairo, Arkanu
and Texas ltallroad, which otlords tlmllar
communication .with. Southern Mi-sotiri,
Arkansas and Texas, and tho principal cit
ies of those. States. This last-named road
willj.'ivc,nl-o. direct connection yllh the
Texas and Pacltle lioadwhcn It Is eoiu- le
ted, thus gl In),' direct couununicatlou wl ii
the principal porti ol the I'aclllo Ocean
These railroads, tcriuinatltiK at Cairo, are
now all completed and Iu Kueccs.sful opera
tlon, thoso lu Illinois coming Into the city
on u bank ol each of tho rivers, Ohio and
Mississippi, and terminating at their contin
ence, thus encircling tlio lily. The Holly
Springs, llrownsvlllo and Ohio ltlvcr ltall
road, and tho Cairo and Tennessee Klvcr
ltallroad, which will both terminate at
Cairo, arc in course of construction and will
soon he completed, and other railroads both
In Illinois ami In States bouth of tho Ohio
rhcr, which will also terminate at Cairo,
are projected, ami arrangement made to
build them. The construction nf ilir-HA
will greatly Increase the rillroad communi
cations ot tairo.
Its central location In the t;rer'. VaUcy of
tho Mississippi, and the ureal wealth of river
nnd railroad communication, gnc to Cairo
unsurpassed advantages as a commercial
point, as it allbrds to her easy Und cheap ac
cess to all tho grain producing districts ol
the North and West, and similar access to all
tho agricultural produce consumers of tho
South, thus prcsontlng tho best location in
tho YVostlornn interchange of tho respect
ive northern aud southern commodities and
productions;
A a manurtcturliiK location tho position
of Cairo is not less Important. The crude
materials of every description, which con
stltuto tho clomcnts of manufactured arti
cles, abound on every side, Iron oro, coal,
of superior miullty, and timber of ovoty
eliaractcr.moro than others, bclim easily
and cheaply accessible, und the tleli nirri
cultural reglouoftho Immediate ncluhhor
hoo.l.aswollastbomore remote districts
rendered tributary to It by river and rail,
furnish supplies ot the necessaries of lire in
such abundance as to render lhln' except
ionally cheap When the inanuractti'- id arti
cles are producod, tho facilities fo. cheap
distribution by river and rail aro not
equalled.
Cairn Ima n nirtml lut Alllrrt.t iiKa-.i
- ""I hhhiisjiik, IHH.1.U uihi
cuierjirUlnff poimlulionof about riKr has
ri iiiifit-lniskVvi.ini Ar i,ni,iin r..t....i : ...i t
...... wisWp vwilUHtltU IM IU i UlU UlllCr
DTlWO. fltlnril llriktlrny unil .uln,i.ll.,n .1
Wftll akf linsFil fnti,ln.i4n.l !. .!... a a . '
. r.Rs,-v uuiii Mautttii J(.
VUntilirCS In nDxianil of wnll.ftt.tiili1ti.lmi1
chtircl.es of nearlv every !eiiomlnatIon
rlnr fhirnitjt h ...i.ti. . .
lubrltyantl lioaltliful inllueiu-en cannot ho
HurpoMPU-iiiiM a wclUi-i'MUlatetl nnd of.
cMi mm icipm orKniilKHtlon, Mrt-otb
lfKntctl with ira. nnd other metropolitan ad.
vant.u'cs, wtiiuh make it highly ilcnIrAlilo
") n"i iu no oxeuiieii us a place
nr (ini'in.i.iM.i, r.il.l
... ...... .vr.iiillCU.
Lot and land In Cairo aro now oiTerul ot
very low pi Ices, ntrurdlng favorable oppor
tunities to purchase, .mil I lie owner nro-
ent the location to the public ob ollurltig
unrivaled ndvniitugci (or the successful es-
laullSllllieilt nl coliiin.,...ll nr in.iniiliK.liir.
In enterprises, and Um bost locality tn the
country lor protlUUc. Investmcntol capital.
. bTAATH TAYl.Olt,
KllWIN PAltHOKS,
ii.fntj et it
. Cairo, Ii.r. Ma) 1st, 187. '
"-li-ii
m.
Aiivrit risi:Mr.T.s.
Cliteap Lands
IN THE Oltt'AT SOUTH WU 6T
Tla-l.tflli- Itnek mi. I' lrt SitilUi Itallwav i .-m
p.niy Ii ii'lllup, nt -M'i-iiiiiiinttr Ion
prici-i ,lllll on li'idi'i lo Milt piiii ti:i-.-rri,
nlr.
ONE MXLYA ON ACRES
ofllielr liiiinililii-nt . ml, on either Mile und
uiiiini iweim miles of i , lri.ad. Ailiiilraiilv
-iiil1.nl ' .e iii.,il,i..f I f f.
(li-.i-, Kitilts, nnd nil , lr 'NuiiIm-ii! rioi.
Inlers im- iitll.l , I'eiiiiliiiugiiiil-iUiiir labor r.-r
(.1,.,. w.,.ll.fl U..it t...ttl.. I , , ..
, mm.immi ,n,,- I r,-j I,, , ll,r- HI' l
No ifnisMtnhhi'l';.. ho ilroinrlil . su.,. ,l M, !,,..,.
Illrllt 4 fill I -hilttkiillii'iil nl ,i, .tint.,,. I., ft... I'..r
eliciilirs.ndilus W. It M.AI l , L-ihil ( oiii-
lulssluiier, l.ltlle Hoik, Aikun-.is.
I ii tiny nt hmne. Ai'cnl.s wnuleil I limit
WIS nml terms lice, iltl'l: .V: CO., Augusta,
Mujjie.
PATENT
irymnvMito apply fur npatenl for tiny lu
ll nllnii, inldn ss l.l.iiiliri'l' A U.i itil'.i'l', 1'iit-
ent Atloineyir, SeunlhWt., Wa-hlngt b.V,.,
lorl Irciilars.
Sails III the I'nltid Stnles' Oiltrls for Infi Ingi--mentor
Patents, pui'irtiled nrilefeiulisl by M.
. Ullilihi t' ,M O., Kuelid Aiemie.CIeve
hind, O.
A FARM OF YOUR OWN "
- is
The M Rsmody for Hard Tiaea
Free Homesteads
AVI) Till.
Best nnd ChenpcBt Railroad Land
nreon the line of the
UNION PACIFIC R. R.,
IN NEBRASKA.
SI-XriillA HOME NOW. lull Information
sent lrt-- to nil parts nr tin ,,,h Addiess
O. I . HAVI-, lind Coliinii -doner l. I' It Ii.
Onmlui, Neb,
THE
CHICAGO LEDGER
A $3 Paper for $1.50.
Il isasgood met l.iigrr than tin- New York
Uslger Always im lllustiatHl Serial story A
new Story eumineiiees uboul IVIi. 1. One jeiir.
postage mid. liir l,'.o Samples sent. Ad
dress mi: i.i:i)in:i:, ihhago. in.
P
R0V1D8 m CHILDREN
deov-In Empho City, litown nnd
Co.,Toxa.B, Jprta no.faoodod nuU
Roconteil. See U.S. Conous '70:tn
KeKanl to Brown & Company
Snlcndld Fnrm T.n.,.1 t,itn.
aro In Operation. AddrosN Qt.W
I .'l Ti r I nml lininlrrm.in.. .
00 W. 4th St.. or v. ( noi auoo C n '
natl.O. AOEHT3 WANTED. '
ifiMors Light"
DUNCAN'S KH RITUAL
v... ..n,.,, nr. iLtiuivinni nrsi seven Urgi'ees
roinphtei lereinoniea or inlilatlon, pissing
lalslng nnd advancing) with nddresses, eluivcs
and exhortations to candidates. Ily the nidof
lis lorulii-ibti. book, nny .Mason can, In n short
lime. iimllly hlmselt to lake the clmlr as .Master
ol u Lodge llound ill elolh. nrlc 4i..V): l.e.itli-erlui-ks
(pocket-book style). ) ou. Suit by
IMCk .V Fl lliKIIAI.Il. Is Ann Si., N. Y.
$77
A W'KKIf Ull!imilt4l Ir. ..tnlu n...l
female mri'iiu in iiw.t t.... ii...
Costs nothing to try It rartlculais
free 1'. o. VlCKKItY A CO.,
Augusta, Jle.
$5 tO:S20LTr;1"ynt,K!ra, Samples w
Porlla.nl.hTinet1 fri" '-""Sn Cw"
rorlh
Lbiiiuiuy
tk"risYi.nrMAVf v hi. wi. mi , . ..ir.s.
J II .1., ..w...iw. ,, ll.lll.lll.M,"
i. " V" ''"n;rcvi".iy Inscltiate and gain the
ins "illy. I his nrt nil cm . in,., i,y
'n I 'r. "T .SCIllf.' ,''Pll',r w,lh " -Mairlage
dies. etc. l.nisi.nno sold
. . ' "lt,. ..IMI II',
Dreams, Hints to I.a
dress T. WILMAJi .V
I'lllllldelphla.
. Illll IT INIUK. Ad
CtMIl'ANY, I'ub's
neap
-Ill-lUIVItV
St. Jo. Medical
INSTITUTE.
"EstablisIisJ asaRefuge from Qaackerj
TIM. only pture w here a sine rure can be re.
lied upon I.uilc is 1-e.iulrisl in tl,c way o;
"'Iverlislng, ns thu leputiilloii ol'llie Instltiitloi
is well known lliriitiirii.tiii iim i....
tlon
bcconvincid that this Is the largest ami
Lull inn
Host
. JJiinvie lliaillllliuil OI llll- Kina III
......,.,v.v ., nmuiiuil Jl llll- Mll. HI .MllCrlCl ()
lie success hi trenliiient of nil Chrome, .-cmiiiI
I'rlva e and riii n-nl lllK..ii..j..i'i...n. ..
America for
..j 1. 1 1 1 . , . .. . u'i.iru.lil.DllUI
tin,.ii
line, iirlcoso
.-) ii im.. uwiiomiiea, meet, strlc lire, Kuii
me, Aaricosi) Veins. Ore i lls. Ilnl, .v.. In
urinary and
,1... i.i..,
irnmry and syphilitic orjinereurlal utrecllons ol
lift hinttt, skin or bones nro tnatul with itn-
...v ,, onu, ii I mines nro maun Willi llll
pnnim-ieii suecesi, i.onon ion ciiru Mi. frr.n,
llii e to llu-days. Syphilis vtuiil in
In ten days. Over 17,'j7u cuse eiueil,
"eii'iness.Sperinatorrhoii, Night Los
Irom Hi
Mmilmil
ual liebllity und liniioteucv. I ,oss of Sevini
rower, ns the result of scll-nbii-elii yoiilh, sex
tut excesses hi maimer years, and all Iiiiih.II
inents lo marriage, lierinanenlly rured wilhout
inn. i I, i iin. uiner mineral poison. I'ut cut
at n distance ticatcd bv leller. M.wiltn.. .....
eurywhcn--. Young men who bait- become the
. iii.i, t ,,i iinri , ire mill iiieaillul mm ue
striicllio habit which annually sweeps loan tin
ino.stexultisl alentsiinil lirillninl Intellect, who
mlghtothurivUuhaioentraneislllst.nliigSenato
with thu thunder of eloiiienee, or wakislto
lllliei, Islll.e llioilsulll IS III v.mni. inn. tt...
imv iiiiMK ij re-may can Willi mil conl
ilence. What u nitv that u eiinn. m ... ,i,
pt Ids cpiintry. IhcdarllngorhU paients.snould
be snateheil Irom all prospects nnd enjoy
ments id llle by the con.eouences ol deilatii'g
fi-pni tho pith of nature and indulging In cr-
...... r.u. luiiii, nueii peisons must, bctol
i i i i r marriage, rellect that a sound
mind nml body un- the most neccssnrr risiuleltee
o promo eeoniiiililal hiimilness, Indeed without
lheo tin-Journey througl. lift, becomes a weary
p lgl linage, the iirosjiect horn ly dm kens to tlii
i rt'n i' " i.'i"1 'M'l;","e shadowisl .w llli despair
...... , ,, iiiei.ii ciioiiyriiieciliins that l ie
hiippliiess iil another I blighted with our own.
In ali ening young men wo would say, do not
keep thla seciei t to yourself and your Uod until
t has tapped the vital am lelt youawnck of
human y. a cun.e to vrnii-.,.ii ,.,.i .. i. :...i:... ! .
i. . 'if . ' eiiiinigiisi m iiiesnarcof
fii iV".1,".1.'!'"' or '"'i'l1'!"!" di.iase, lee from
? iio r ".".' "!"' "l,ly "f .S1, "eph .Mislical
i...l..i.. le .. .. . "." .uiitiii hi
humanneinV. ' '""-.oncemoteu
an-ClllO.S guimitltced or lnonev i. Tii,,.!..!
CJ"A11 female illlllcultles ami imis.lhiients to
-"1"m ...- ;win i-iiiiij-mi. i tuccens
tn-A grent meillc4il bookunil .ecrils for ladle
uim! gent. Si ut (Vis- for two .lamps
Address St. , Joseph Medical Institute. Francis
Street, bctwcim Second and 'I hint, ht Jhsi I ,
Jllssouil. W-ll-MIAw-ly.
Pa
i on anii-fl in tin, ir.,,i...i
n l"i 4ss?,",l', ,(;"nil,lai und i:it-
Mill ' l' "" a low as
,, . . ieu iu me j; ng
im mm roieign nnguiiges.wim inventors. At
torney nt i,aw, and other sollrlitm-. esi'u'l ,le
will. tl.oM- who have had tlieii eaTV JieM ln
lliehamls ol other nltoinevs. I.. ., i..V..:.i
.... .... ,m.uiiiiiiii;, uii.i no eiiaigt- Is made
unle.sweaiesiiccessnd, f
T 1 If you wiinta put-
Inventoiupiif
will nuke nu
KXisr ""'Aewi.i.K.i!:!!,-'
ond or wrlllin in multcuie.
lallnglojialenls.TJ
full nl l.uw ami 11.
Inientlons, I' WA A
, IMereniesi-r MUU
Hon .M.ii.ixg-i i rjrj
"i x-CommUsloiier of I'nle
f.ll,r...
.MlilllSS 1 l.fllllM llllirut.f .1- V..-I..I
ini-ri..,.....; ,r.;;i.r.:..." ""i '"''
J- V . IV ' 'ls'hll "
Advice
IIIS.
y.'V. " I ' liclley, Kfii,, Sec'v
Nidlonal I, range. Louisville . Ky Conimoiloic
l.m'l Aiiimcii, 11. 8, N wSisfilnBton. l". 0.
O-send Sl.iiuii for our "tlulile for oblaln-higl'ateiiUiuTiiookofMpagM.
IXNIfltANCi:.
O. N. HUGHES,
(Jcncral
Insurance Agent
OFl'ICK!
Over Mathuss t Uhl'i,
WmJiid'"" ,'ir"'l,,M Companion rrprr
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHRU lHftH.
SAFFORD, MORRIS
AND CANDEU,
(ifnomt
Insurance Agents
J3 OHIO LEVjEE,
City National Hank Stilhllng, up-stctrs.
Tho Old.nt E.tbllhoa Agency in Bout
era lllliioiu, rupn-aentlnir ovor
$or, ooo ooo
M MISSION m;IU'IIA.VIH.
K. .1. Ayres.
AYRES
S. II. Arr
CO.
Sc.
And general
Commission Merchants
No. 78
. OHIO LKVEE.
P.
CUHL,
Kxrliislie
Flour Merchant
Axn
Millers' Agent.
.VotOOhlo li ee,
. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
t ifi-tr
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
liZ -Uealer in-J
LUMBER,
All kind hard and on,J
FLOORING, SIDING, LATII, &o
Mill und Yard,
3ornor Thirty-Fourth Stroot and
unio ijovoo.
'oiislgii;iieiilHNulleie,.
SiitlsLieiiiin (iiiiiriuitcoil
Saml E. WILSOIT,
PRODTJOE
.INU
Commission Merchant
Cor. Elghtirst. nnd Coinmorclal Ave
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
ItEFEKENCES, BY PERMISSION
Vv. Illttenhou-e A llio It. V, Mlllir.
C. M. Howe A llro,
A. Maekle.V to
miiii'I w llsoii, sr.,
U. It. VVoodwniil,
I'eter Culil,
Ayers A To.,
.1. II. I.'csl,
Col. .McKwilg, 1'. M.,
ij-il-tr
l.riui A Wiioil,
.1. II. I'lllllis .V Sim
I iiuiilugliamA stilwe I,
'i. .... iiuieu,
Henry Fn)ers,
Sam'I Wallers,
tliHIiieNtloiiiibly, I nit t,.h Mimiuliii
work ol I lie liliul In ,. VVorlit."
HARPER'S MAGAZINE,
, Illustraliit.
NOTICK8 OK HIR I-UKS8.
tlio over Increasing circulation ol this
exeeueni monthly proves it continued
adaption to popular dctires and needs. In
deed, when wo think Into how many homes
ii iiunuiraius ovory monin, wo must con-
siuor u as ono ni tnu educators as well as
entertainer of thu public uiiiid, for Its van
popularity has been won by no appeal to
lI.i.iI.I rr..ln.ll .1 ..' a. . '
"ui"u .1 "iuu or nepraveuiasies. lios
ton Ulobc.
lioiiuiieiorB io regaru n wi n niti n 1. n ,.nm
plaeccey, It also entitles them to a great
.-..nu iipun uiu jiuuiiu graiituiic. Tho
Magazine has douo uond and not evil all
uiu nay ui us uiu, utooKlyu Iiaglc.
TK1LMS :
l'ostago frco to subscribcM In the United
niaies.
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ago by tho piibll-hciH.
Subscription to Harper'n Magazine,
eekly, or llazar, to ono address for ono
yoar, 10 00; or two of Harper's perlodl
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eekly or llazar will bo kunnllcd erutis for
pvery club of ilvo suburlbers nt 84 00 each,
In one remittance; or six copies let- iSiO 00,
without oxtra copy; post igo Ireo.
Hack numbers (Mill lift Ciinnl (ml nt nnv
time. '
A COinplctO set Of Ilarner' Marn-lnn
now; comprising -10 volumes, in neat eloth
bindlllir. will bn sunt l,v ,.vi,r..jo rr..i,.l,, ...
tho expense of purchaser, for' 82 25 prr
i!?'!!,,,"u,ll,!f?l6 vomi"1'". hy mall, postpaid,
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by mull, postpaid. '
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vortiscincnt without tho oxtirf.s iirili.r. nt
Harper & llrothers.
Address IIAlll'KIt It, IlilOTIIKItS.lV.
CSAllfor$1.00.
., n il in-giliit sheets of Choice Muslo arnmgist
orthel'lano Kurtowill be sent by malloiiie
elnt ofone dollar, (no.t nul.ll in-.Iiil-I.. c,...!,..
ili:l.'iieiileiich,
i 1";.i '"".V ..1m. "'"'ft1-'! through nny new
dealer In the Culled Slates, ,
iiniplerilay-lii9tiuiiiinlal .Tom llrown
far O'er the Wute Mailalh
Ugh Llfo-Wiilta .. Mi-uiiL
llown wlierelhe Violets 111 ow Wesleme
When OldihcUpu had Id nny:.:..:.: WVah-'r e
I liu liinnd old Kuril Ituhlcc
he tollegc Quick. te stoiblaid
i here's a Letter lu thaCnudle Coote
Ho you Iteully ihliikhe IlldV
AlMlCA milrrf l.1t,.l te II II At.....i. t,..i.
lhen,3-.. 'Jiiin) Avenue, .N.'y. -.'.Ndini,
ihechatactcr which this Mapaztnc pos.
sesjes lor varloty.cnterprl.f. artistic wealth,
and literary culture that ha. kept paco with
If It has not led tlio times, slir.ul.l fflltUll llj
MSOTIM
THADtMABKi"
The Best Coal Cook Stoves?
m DbicktsT mm
aoaaasaf ai 1 ' t r. "
lULIIUL i I economical.
tnil iniMml convenient.
i
Cleanly,
Durab
bio.
stvlsi anil srleci ta nit verv cn.
i! sure and uk your dealer for tht MONITOR.)
WM. RESOR 9u CO., Cincinnati, a
Manufacture of all KLnda of Sloven for
Cooking nnd Hcatlnrr Purpose).
tfSend fort'alaloguc 5f-'l-d.w-lt'cw-ly.
A.uiMi r:ii:i csce KiauxT,
i:.uu;.!.ulbu. it Louis, Mo.
OSAGE ORANGE.
Larg-eatKtocJi, lie it Seed, Lonest Prices.
I'or particulars. mMress
I'LAITT S2ED COHPAHY, St. Itols, Mo.
scaues.
CENTKAX.
MEnifiAlV
'IriSTlXUIE.
705 Chostnut st.f St. Louis, Mo.
itisTis t'ioru.it.r .i uuinaiis- fnsoase.
'.soM,tPKU.a.Mjc.bMi tt Mttt t.tiM.r.o.m
triiitiiHvi or l.i r irtr, Mpfrrastorrnraa.
Bca'nsl Lr. I.'mroaa DiMlllr' Bleniiir, Im-
F3ten?9, ..lUslf d.-,..tr.n, CSMI. ,akac,.IBua4tfr
JrdrMMt,dr icf fwt.r.,lrrlulll,rr,lBl:.m.a.
r..t.M lc-.a;'ica, Im. itu;MiMi iilmmu.
tr tucen, la tor i i .h rsrtt r Io"i-iumii eun f
Cllcct,0irrnoi,0:ricturaiil(iptiiia(.urwKii
t7ti', L. mri, Vr , ).ICr..,,DvMU.Uife,i.
lo,,I.Il
..io.e.,wuL'Aimimu,iM.t.JiraiuMUT.
-si. c'cj if ei, cm.11 .4 Ututft (Jir
I HJ .- tr. '.ull'lsirrvll..fHT.r.lkiJl(l
r .(.t.. Iiai-.r4 m .1 it ai.1 c.;nrac. Wimml
.Ji',...3llr. ti at k irclr .si Hr.tt; Is rrn.. .1
.''' 1 ' Jm lnw - tin. rilrsto
i-cdicilOulJo. liso:tlenrilopa(i,ri.uia;k
BOOK OP NATURE,
rtl s-ls4. (iit l.lll is ii, .11m. fcr SIS !.
ASlrr... Dr. Jacques, Central !cSioal XosUluu.
Dr. Whittier,
6I7 St. Charles street, St. Louli, Mo.
A rtc.'" CT'l"i fi Utikil rtUft.tut Urn Wiirr
LCSfrlla lit iwtlxl un:niil ef u V.mrot.Beiuil
cnaCbrosio t) iaos.es u,a .nj .tb.r I'tfau.aiabL
"i". .'7l"K" .Uv...J.llcltMll.Uuv.
Svphl In, Gonorrhces, Gleot. trlctura, Or
chitis, Hernia, or Ruptura. all Urinary Oitesiss
nd 8yphil,tio or msrcurnl fl"ectiont of the
throat, tkln or bon.l, sis trnu4 lik .rw.r.ol
to liun Kl.utlM i-rttdfl... tiMj, JTIr.uir,
Spermatorrhoea, Sexual Debility and Impot
ent, l tUrnaUct Btil atusla rnts. stiaal iimmi
lou.ut.r jf.ri.crwt.r ca.K.,sal tKk rod.; ,;m,
.r l&. r.uowlfig .fletui ..riMivM, sfaasU tnliilcii,
eUatr. dlnL...f .Utl, ifrUr. m.morr, t input eo U.
tjcj, I t;.lcl d.j, iinil.il, McUIr .ll.m.l...Kr.fs.ka
if 11... Im. .f Mta.l po-r, .1., n.Jtriot ts.rrur)
Improper. riiahsppT.sr.rrm.Hsiircart.1. 1't.ici.Tit
US i urn riliuss i. it. .lore, .-ol la e..M t.i.l i-..
l-r le luc iiuii. Cet.li.tl.0 .1 .3c or tr oul
tin, a. J lattlcl, lfl.nl tut tr Uiri lobo eoiti CMtls .
Vtbca II I. lacooT.cl.ai to rl.lt Ui.ciir tot tnata...!.
bt-lltAMCia t. l.al tf tlft c r IS.U eTrry. Irru CI
.i.c..ir...Dtl,b.rodo&i,trii,tiliUfr.b.lr.ut.4.
eati usri i a a. il.to ir. si, tiaoui, u u.ui i-.u.
Pamphlet, ta any sddreii, for Two EUmpi.
MANHOOD Mi t?on,ti'o'Jta.,s 0111
WOMANHOOD ft"i5i"cu.eu
Bent seated, all three, for SO Cent. -Manhood
and Womanhood In Qtrman, belt
logainer, inu.iraiea, u t.nis, J
MARRIAGE
FINE I lltTsaiassa
PLATES. I UUIUC
, Elfpant clcth and cut b'.ndln jr. Denied
OTCf tit wgnlMful i-Ui j-ictufrt, trv to ilTt
for 60a.
th Uli6ti uljtjt Wju cur luftrrr. vto cot, ty,
11. rbrtlckl declr 1h ffreu tf clibf r r.l
Wijiloul4 mmf ) Ilollfj itvl Upi lotiiuar U lacrttor-l.
7bt HijelokrT cf JifpruiucUoo, aal tukLf ttrt, 1bv
ciinirl or contrupltuc; L.AirUn ettMU rai lu
xrufcllft-loejLrtlc, ItKivrUron bum in at v1t 11
noral conviction, ii outfit to t real tr all adoli troai.
then loctcod tip.tiotun aroa&j orioat,ali1tnbT
c r rkvmdicaf. Ii coctiioa tb croam of snedlc&l lit?!
n!uroaiiiuritJraibri4ia aaxibtv rMtkti.aoilwftna
ii an & wl4 cIt it a careful pcniuL uciea
1U C9Stl.
IVp-uUr Edl'Jcn, iftm u aUre, bat r Pr cortr, iiO r tgtt,
OioenutTiiiall, Caeapwt, jil.ui4o la Aewrtsa, Ivr
ctiw aldtif, etiilojia,; auouat,
DR. WHITTIER,
617 St. Charles street, St. Loula, Mo.
1 A tftrjy and radical cur,
fir Kuflur, cr hiruia, it
feunr, r clJ,fuar,nl,e. fy
mtnl. A lnliJcuncr n,ct. Call en er wilt t
Dr. Judson. 70J Chittnutttnit. St. Leuii, ih.
A Book for the People.
VUYKOZ.OOY 1 A lltiuuse IMClllSl uA l.f
OF l.pv duuhlo roliiinii .af a il y l line
II ami. ..ii- f l'-"'. " uKia.li.g.. .li t In- l.alural,
.1I.tllllS.tlJI,. ) luur.l .l.illrr.l rilulloniiiltliF arte.,
. , JunrrlAjre, ii.iliif4tBoi.,ldiiu.lli1ra.
tin"., tho My.terlc. eritcproductlon, ii. A.iands'j
si Ui rltr mi Hi. t.i juuidiariiKa i.l ll.u Ur nary and Oen.
cruilvoOr(nisi.lK,thw,,,liidudliut a!'i i,Ji??i l'ri-
ici1i 01 tarlyAbn.es 011 iheacaualij .tcinai 5 11,1. Jill.
Kfii ol t101.1i I11 lure and olur l.rri.i;c,ltadli.cli.rt.
iiittura dreaysiul Impotenoy-a inlni. .oui.arl.Iir iJn,e
ci;ori,ilan.l Ulironlo Dl.cn.es i,f l.l,ia, lit.
l.iarrlia ami tb. ru.c 1111.lailT.it laarrlxe. Not u i.ur,
iiu.tk adiinlaviiwiit, tiitl,tli.viilyMjiul.r nliial Uoik
cllliig l.iiiuniii nrr i'Juii. Ut .It the uliuit itluani.
hi I'?1 r cners.SJI.nl. iK.und In cl ft. l,Ui punu
ihlvtuil Clio Illll.
lllK Colittull nr
.,T....n,....iiiri,HJi upermniorrnea, mv.
nr llic .Ijgio Mink, .nil tuai. Uil vril m t oil
nil-. Alan a .mall Medlol Treattau ' oullir
nvvii.t or atamti
WKIIC UHtaaceilial a, 1U AtMrea..
THE MEDIOAL It BUF.QIfJALINBTITUTJi
jiss.iv .t.i'Hi:t:. ivin'.
A BOOK F0RJHE MILLIOlt
MaWlflffla ArriT.UC.unail.rloU;!
ATstjClUa A uklfVtfl U.rrlod, .r ibwM sum u
mJJ lhf pby.loloclea.
kill tfin. ujltiloi aal nxliUiMii si
,., .77 , : . . IS l..l ijiltm. win iht
ai.it li.eoitrlti i In Ui icl.au. ef rtpiWucUta, praa.rtla
U..conii.l.tloil, '
TSli Ii an law.illei w.r el two bnjr..t anl alirt
T. I,"" ouDierom .atrlol. ao I tealalai Taluabli
liiutmilloo for mo.. oo at. u.rrlad or eosiimpl.t. mar.
rl.j.l aUII ll Ii a boot tbal euitit to . ke. uol.r luot
and kar, aa I not tort c.rtlraalr .Uul lb. l.uw.
Jl eoouloa lb. eiMrl.an and adrlM or a Hr.lclae
sboa. r.puuiloo u workl .ld., and .boull I. la ib. ml.
t.l. dr.r of.r.rr "els .ol famals loroujboot lb. aaUre
rlob. It ctabrwe. .rerUnoc on ibe .ubjKt of tb. t.eer.
tlx ijii.in that Ii wonh toewis., a ucb urn la doi
puijU.H4lo.flt.ib.r.oik: ' m aw
Decii to .;r one dree of o,lan) for rifle Genu.
b u31! ,u' Ui't""u'' "
Notice to the Afflicted and Unfortunate.
: Jlfi ,l,',,'ll' w u.lorloiii igiaek. .he sdnrUu la
Ml I. rapers, or Ullo ao; quack rem.dl.1, Mrua. pr,
RUIU work. 110 matt.r .L.c vm.- i..... I
.bl. jour eondJUon: "
Or. llutla oooepla. t doubla tool. ef l.a.tr aaran roerali
la IsderMd ttj torn, ef lb. moil oel.br.UJ BHIe.l proria,
or. el tbla eooslry ttd Kense. as can k. eosialud f tr.
ioc.ll or ly 01.11. on lb.. dlaeaMS nlios4 In bU work.,
pmc. ..J rarbra, Ko. It Korlk IlfkUl llml, betteaf
Val.laoIi,'biaiiul.Bl.Txiuli.l(o.
DANIEL LAMPERT
Fashionable Barber
AND
IIAIXl X3Ziaiaa1IJBZlV
.
NORTH SIDE OF EldHTJI STREE3
Batwuen Waahlnirten andrOomm ercll
Avenue.
.1ssMarrBJ
risnt't htnitmm.lr niottrtl.il 2lfiu7
J C.Ulonu. Ii'f l.:0 slid pilra list ol 7jHV
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