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HAII.KO.tnN.
8Tf LOmS JKON MOTAIN
- SOUTHERN R. K.
TIMfflOAIlD.
Exms Ir cs Cairo JMlT.... 5 :W p. m.
Kipress arrives at Cairo daily. . .. t "
Accommodation leaves Cairo. Lily i '.'a,
AceomiuOJation arrives, dally (ecepl
Knnday) - " J
TIME CARD.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TKAUCa UAVK CAIRO
Mill at tu ........ I 11 j-
klur -.. 3:ip. in ....... "
Frtltlil at-.... -. IMi m.-Kiccpt Sunday
t'raiKht at-..-..... :'0p m...
AU1TK AT CAIRO
Mali t.......2UW m.... lhilly
Ex areas al... atfUp m.-Kicept Sunday
aarrlajtit at . mm. 7V p. m.- " Sunday
aTelftit a - U 07 in.. . " Sunday.
JAMES JOHNSON. Aicent.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
THB
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
STa LtOUIS !
"We Ht Come to Stay!"
nillK trains nf thla rAtninnr mtintol at St
J.l4ul and KaitMt. Ixiuii, with alt oSlnr
llnra touic aorin, t.cum ajm wesi.
timi: SCIIKOUI.i: :
IcTeCalro.. ,.l'i:l3a.ln
ArrlrratSI. Jouii.... C i'ji.m
Tarr East t Ixiuis 8. Ma.m.
Arrireat Cairo-.......- s.'VO p.m
J. L. IIINTK'r.KV, Ctnfral Superintinilrnt.
J. A. WE.NTZ. General I'anensrr Agent.
JUUS rutitillT. A Re lit
CAIRO ft VINCENNES R. R.
CAIHO, EVAKSVILLjrl INDIAN
APOLIS. CINCDWATI
and LOUISVILLE.
FOURTEEN HOURS EACH WAY,
AND ALL DAYLIGHT SUN 3 .
limi Through Wiihut Ch:gt!
tXDIAXAraLII AJD CUrCI.(ATl KXI'RCsS
Ltate Cairo 1:1 it. tu
AjTlTeHit.rml..."-............. sM "
ArrwatVlnoennca. -II;ii "
VIA at. LOlta AVD itOl'IlUAATACN nAIUlOAD.
Arrive at Kvaiuvllle 4:1S p, Ju.
via ufMAMAruU unuwuiiAmi iiaIuiuau.
Arrirtsat lii'llAnK.lii..-....-. ... ;.7) p. m.
tlA OUl AND MlHUill TI llAILItOAU.
ArrWeaat North Vernon- . S:l.'i p.iu.
ArriTes at Cindnnatt-.....-... '' ' '
ArriTUat Louisville 7.H "
CAIIO IlAI'IUCSS
Lores InilUnHK)1li-. s,7i u in
Laares ClnotnnaH- - i'.::v "
Imtm IuIitU1 - : '
ArrtTej at Vlnoennea- i:'i p.m.
Leafea V I aoeonM. ....... ... i:.S
LeaTcaKTansTillc-...-.. .-. 11:10 a.m.
Arrive at CaruU Ti-.W p.m.
Arrirea at Cairo... O.'.-O "
Staklnx close connections to ami fmm all
polou East aad North, at ImUaiuiioUa n'l Cin
cinnati, an4 to and from all point South and
Weal of Cairo by rail ami river.
hocxd crrr accomhodatio.v.
The Mound City Actomin(l.itlon runs Wcl
neVlay and SaUuUay.
leaves Cairo .. .,li:25and5;fip, m.
Ieavea Mound City- . 1 :13 and 5: So i.. in.
X. B. OOOS&IOH, H. L. MOKBILL,
Ua' Ticket Af't. Ueneralup't
Cf"l'or lnforinlioii rtlatlre to rate and con
oettwai, apply to .IAMK.-) llUitis,
llcVft Agent.
KTEAM IIO.tTN.
Evansville, Cairo and Momphis
Steam Packet Co.,
t'OIt-
Foducab, Bbawneetown, Evans
vtlle, Louiiville.Cinoinnutl
land all way landlnga.
It uorlTll-l iide.wbcel sleamer
IDLE WILD,
1. O TowLia . Mmtr.
Kb. U.Tuokas. Clerk.
" ul..T.i:TW,,Tlll Calroavery MOS HAY
uA at t o'clock p. lu.
Laavea Cairo every TUKSUA V and fP.IDAV.M
to'UJ: p. in.
Tt tlctut tide-wheel iteamer
ARKANSAS BELLE,
1!X llf.wmb , . . ..Muster
XV" " ZmZZ7 ; cierk:
u.M.T "!,'," KAY at I o'clock p. m.
URtTv v'rrV K-'l'AY and SAT
UKUAY at 8 o'clock V. in.
1 U etem snle-wLl steamer
, PAT. CLEBURNE,
ll W.',1:. LmmIw
MAT. Wlu.Ui(1m...i Clerk.
;nstlll for CilroevtrY Whli.SKS.
"AlUKADYatft p.m
'.'"'ot'ery lllUUsIUYaud btJN'DA Y 1
mfr.t?i dos. wnnwtlona at Cairo
R5fV" e5 ? 1n,.n'1, Kvansvifle with
andwltnth LouUvllle atii f,iw.1.rl r. .it
polnUoaJ Upper Onto" iMa f ihto uilM. '
ouKrlntcnflHt ait Oenernl Krrlht Ap-nt,
fiKl.jn.lv, Kvanavllle ludiuiia.
PIITNICIAKN.
yIJLIAJl SKITS, M. Q.
HKtlUlliilCEi o. SJ 'IhlrUenlU aticit.be
taraen Washington atcnue and Walnut atrcet,
OmCKiNorU alike ul Kliitiih street lm
iwatn CommcrcUl and Wahli.gtonuenue.
Q W. DXWUfa, H. J).
aUCNafaVMVlCl Comer Ninth und Walnu
OITICS? Crr Sixth atrtet and Ohio Lcvw.
OrriCat HOfJM: KromHa in. l.'ni,, and
tllVVWIrrtber Information apply to
i .am. 1.11 veil 'S'.... . .
.1. m. I'llll ill's 'lAwtiU,
ullctin.
To n l.iirtimnlitft In Winter
(From Wall. Whitman's New Vtitnriiv of
poems, entitled "'I wo lthiilets. "1
Thee r.irniy nvhatlvvi '
llicc In the driving Btnrin, cien as now Hie
Micm the wlnliy-ihiy ileclinliii:
Thifhi thy panoply, fhy measured dual llirula-
liliijr,nml thy licntcomiibilic
1 liy WfV rjlliiilrlrt lied-, Ridden brass, ami
silvery slccl
Thy ponderous aide-liars, parallel and connect
ing roil a K J ratlna:. ahnttliur nl lliy aides t
liy mclrlcal, iimv x tlllnp iiant nml roar imw
tcrihit llif i11Ibiici- i
Thv Kicat preluding htnd-lniht lUM In fnint I
I hy lowr, pule, lloatiliir MiHir-iemiaut, tlnirnl
vrlth ilellmt tirito t
'I he deuse ami murky rlou.li out-heUhliifr
froni thv smoke-stack,
lliy knitted iVaine-thy pprluptnnd vahcj lhc
tremulous twinkle ofttiy wheel, i
Thy trnloofr.'irs behind, olcifent, merrily fob
low Int:,
Hin.npli pale, or calm now an III, nnw slack, vet
steadily careering
Ty of the modern ' truljUm of lunttnn ntul
lumrr! imlti-iirilii-i'ontlnrht !
I'or onw. mmc nm tlw iiuhi-. uml im rgc In
xntr urn a lift I Mrthi-r,
Willi storm, an.l liinlctiiif; y,vt uf wln.l, ami
fallliiKaituw I
Hy iliy, thy warning, rinsing Ml tu sonrnl 1
imtrs,
Hy nlglit. thy silent U'nl!aniii to Iiik-
I'trii ltirn.ilp.1 iMinlf
ICiillthronrh my ch.Vnt, wllh nil thy l.wles
luiitir, in awinxinc ianiii :u liianl)
Thy pivrrlnir, matlytvhlillnl lunxtiter ' tli
itIuipb. n.lliihii? nil I
IW nf thjM'ir riiliiiitttr, tliltif own track
uriniy noiuini; ;
So hvrnUm ilrlxinalrnf tiarful Imrp or kIIIi
iiiuii iiunf .i
TtirtrillA of lirlik tir rvl, ami hills rctiiniM
Ijiuurlml o'er the pmtrira I.Ie-ai ro thr
iai.r.
To tin- fix- Vlti, nniwnt.nml plml, ami ttroni;
A SPECIALTY.
ahc Ilt'LLirriM prinlin
I'itAlilliluiiriit mails
fxtlilly of l'.ill lli-.uN
Note Ili-ad, ltttr lli-suls,
Statement', (.anls, Ktc. lxikat IheM- prlivs
small lzc Mil lmuls, r lic- . tt
Miillmn sl.e Mil lir.nl, ir tiioUJ.m. 3 ",.
All on foiirtrcn pound paiivr, l arll-le mills
ntul two cents per pound higher than pajer
uuil ly any othy office nileil to tinier at the
mills ciin-clally fur this odlce.
sutements, Carlyale, irU0... it W
Letter Heads, Carlyslc, per 1001 V
Note IIead, Carlydc, per PsJ 3 Cs
Vlslllncanlj ier package
Ilusines carls, o. 1 3-jdy llristol Unanl,
per 1000 . a to ("
Jlusluesa cards, .o 1 lilaiik, iier KOI 3(0
WUArter-fliect. Imlf h t. fuH-sl.iv! and three
sheet Hosiers, and colored wort. IxloirM Ixiuls
prlcs-s.
I'iinilihlet. lok tVork nnd I'riir I.I.tt itiaiIp
ft ir cat In; on lb
t&iifH-MU.torr, Cnicarci
I'aa mt inn nflili ft. !...
rlthaxl l.sr I S ft I Li a ft a
Tf. A(k ah Walker MrteU
'roceJt u a Inter tuap.
BOBBINS'
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
CAIEO ILL
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OP
EVERY DESCRIPTION.
HALLET. DAVIS & CO.'S
PIANOS
Of World wido Reputation.
Acknowledged by all irooil Musicians to he the
lt I'uno now made.
THE OREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which Wc havn mild fiver iri . I, trim.
twelve yean p.Vit, becoming more and more
popular every day.
SillTirS MERICAN ORGAN,
Splendid tone, Power and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very Cno Instrument, .ulapted to Instnt
mental as wen a- vocal inti-lc.
ALL T1IK AHOVK AKK OffKltKH O.V
Ky Moiitbly l'a un;iiu, at low tiirutea
rej;arille ol l.i,t l'rices.
SHEET MUSIC
In fe'reit Tartety, Including all the uew
and popular miltlc ol the day.
Order, from the Country
promptly tilled and font
by mail.
violins guItars banjos
ACCORDEONS, CLARINETS
FLUTES,
PICOLOSt
TAMBORINES
FltKNCH IIAItl'S, ETC., ETC.
Band InstruraontB of all Kinds
KurrJsbed to Order.
STRINGS FOR VIOLINS, GUITARS, ETC
Ol the llcst Quality.
Classical Studios and Exercises
Of alUradts lor l'tano or okc.
chSdulVtfM5;,il(;,tr.l.'U("1.0' Miulcal .Mcr.
attn. ' "'U r'1 ,0 or,1,,r' I'fnpUy and
at prkca lower thin ever olHrcd before.
tiKNCV ALSO or
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
for Illustrated Cilaloiruo ami i.ri...
I ...si 01 these beautiful Kroupea,
I AAdd,!.WMr""a' KP'''a'.i'
BOBBINS' WUSIC BAZAP,
Cairo. Illinois.
DANItL LAMPE11T
Fashionablo Barber
ASH
rx BSHBll
ITA I XX
XOUTUHIDK OF. lUUUTlt STJtKEI
Ultwoen Wiialnton mill ConiTUHrrln )
Aveuuea.
Win
TT Tin
ll L'V
m u it- m
I If III 1
m
MUSIC BAZAR
I'oroiU Plnalvra
'I hltly ypntfl nyo the Kttblior Porom
PliKlciN .tiH.T!M'iinl it 1 1 other iilnstcm,
nml (on ili'Krci-, Iiiiliiii'iit8 nnd othfrt-x-irrnnl
iitni'iili. shui. itiun i i... 1...1 1
1. " 11. linn
itfi tiroinhii'iKv. until nvcnlly, when Ihn
"in liiuili l I lllllillllini 11.18 IRM'll L'll'illlV
liiipnnil In lli'inou's Citiiciiif Poroii
PliHtor, In viirloii-i way.".
Flit, lty xo tri'.ttln the rubber Hint
11 t-iiiiiiiiiii iiion; I'lecirii'tiy 111:111 rurin
ptr.
Sccotiij. My Hp. mlitllloii of cniicltio, :i
powerill .Mlmtilant, wlilel.t cnitHs Iho
iinottT 10 act iiiiiiiHiiatcly am! jtrenlly
ItlLTVa.H'8 III) citllivinf m,.l 7.I....CJ
iiuiklim It thn be.n reiiieily known for
uuiui, rilflllllHIlilll. Mlltl'llC 01 till IWCK
nml tniifclt.. klilnnv i fiiiii.iiint
'i'hi! iivintimctiiriTS art! ile:tsctl to hear
.11.11. u rn-1 11 iarjo cut's 01 oonsoleiitioiu
tlritifuista. tvlin. h?ivlmr I
vlncciJ of Hip tn-at merit of lkn?oti,.
ciuictiiu riaicr. tiiihi'liailiiL'iy rvoont
inrnil it to tin- iiulilli Of such art. H
l iiclKT, Nnuark, ,V. ,F. ; Charl.w
iMiiKini iiim m, i, cook, Hrook
IJII. .l .NllllllltT. I.llliln A-
Co.. tjiiiiiey, III-.; itoWrt l'owi'r.
Hl. hinonil, M.; i:..l. JIarte, X.-w Or-loan-,
l.a (Jnlllok .v I Jerry, Terru Haute
11111., wno .ty "(lie lesult irom the
S:llSlll ltlll(lll'.4 I Mlll'illl, IM ..I... I,..r..
lime Haute) ha convinced its that It
i' i;ir uHTior in oniinary roroiH ria
ter." ami W. 'I'. Wniwir. Mi.,-t...,tt..i.i
Ma.'.. Who iiav.-. "tlnvi.iiii id ,,.. 7iu.it.
an ailvertl-lnif niediuui of liiiiieie
when liilrodueeil. Send iiiq four lto.-
IllllllPlltnlidi- ' "
The lll.ililil'nrtnrnr- !il:i nwrr.,1 1.1 Ii.oi-m
lhat tlrtiwiii. In .eoine lii'ance., aetini'
from iK'ciinlary inotivc, as lliniii;h the
n i.ui linn-in i.i'iHon rapeine u tin1
sanie.n unllnarv I'nrnii) PlntoM. Hi.
COSt to theill ! sOllli'Mlial lil.'l
used their Intliieno' lo H'ru.ide cmto
ineriiwho nk tut lleiisonN (iiclne. to
.-uuMiiiiie .come oilier article tor tliein,
He .tiro" you j:et iteiison's Oapcitie
nun no oiner article lor mem. lie .un
you t't HcuonM'aicIiic and no oilier,
rrlee. '2' pent-.
joahitry iV .lohiiion, Pharniacpittleal
Chumljt.-. X. V. To lie obtained, for
twenty-live cent, nl 11.1rcl.1y l!ro? Cairo
Hllnof. MW111 ihtw-(.l)
Cross and sicklv chilriron
beniaJehrallhyanil tnine liv lecubllnir the!
it mill 1 u-iuri. 11 1, more
em-clltethan Ca-lornii and Is as pleasant to
takeashviier lnr V ..11 -.:.T .:i
l.f.!!'.l.iC.',!lu''"',' "k1' uo'lnf In'ex.
Istencc e.iul to tastorlj ,
Why will VOU snffflr
Jiutisiii, sprains, Miir.rolnt,Srlilnfs, llurns,
.scalds or IWak IJjck, wlini Hie Centaur Lini
ment adonis certain rvllef. .Many aitlelej ijolli
i.ti, vai, 111. uui i.eniaur i.innueiii
fI.. 'I,, a ll.t... t . . t , . I .
r .. .".I 1,11,7 i.iiiiiiHiu it ior ine iiuiiian
rainily, the leilow Lfnlinent is fur horsea and
animals. . (IJ-J-il-tatw.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rjiIIE HULLKTI.V Is puhllshclcrerymoralnjr
(except Mon.lay) In the Uulletln UnlMing, cor
ner lVailunKton avenue and Twelfth atreet.
Tuic lltLLXTi.-s ia nerved to city sulwribcra by
faithful carriers at Twenty-Kive CenU a Week,
payable weekly. Ily Mall, (In a-lvance), $10 per
anniimj six months, in- three months, one
month, tl '.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
I'uMIsbHl every TJitirs-Uy mornlnK at II 2i
I" annum, Invariably In advance. 7hepf,Utce
on the Weekly will be ,,re,id at thla uac, to
tlut ub-riLers will (.buin for a auWrlptlon
rife of x j4r.
ADVERTISING HATES.
DAILY.
Uustnus Cards, r annum,
Onciupure, one nsertlou, .........
One miuare, two insertion
One aiuart, one wi.k,.
One a-juare, lw0
One aijuaie, three wwks
Oiw vimc, oncmoniti,...
.IVSU)
1 00
.. 1 M
... 2 Ul
... 3 Ui
... i 00
00
W K K X 1. r .
One a-iuare, one insertion
fcacii Biilsiiirn Insertion
Ul
Kt'iinc Inch Is a o,uare.
JCrTo reKUlaruilrertlsir weooerluitrlorln.
Outemuita, both as to rate ol charuea and man
nrrofillaplayhiK their favors.
Ccmtaunlcatlona upon aubjecta of wen
ami InUreat to the public ollolted,
KAI1 llusliietaLeUernhouldbeaildri.se.1 to
Culm Riillelln 'itiiiiiui).
CAIRO,
xxiXjXivroxita.
The Iruitcos of tho Cniro city
Property tiwlre to c:M public altcutlon
to the merits oflbelr piolHrty, potnprN-
In1,' a coiuldoralile ptitllmi ofthu ('Hy of
Cairo, In Alexandor ( oiinly. In the stale
of Illinois, and hindf Imuiediatelv adfa
cent thereto.
This city, ai Is well known. Is -Ituatcdat
the counilelice of he Ino aud Mliilppl
rivers, at tbu lu-ail nl uiiititerupteil n:il;ta
Hull 011 the MIssls-III'l, buiug below-lib-itrilctlons
by leo In itie winter and Ion
water iti iimnuT. and It. us has a clear ami
open river coiiimiitiU.itloli at all limes over
the .lisl. Ippi atu! II' mhutarits, with all
the country xotitli. Li the Uulr ul .Mexico
and the Atlantic Her". Cairo hmal.o the
line character u!o'iiuuiilc!.tloli with all
the country north over the streumi. Ilowini;
b It, when Ihu.e itn-ams am nut Ihiiiitl.
gabli! by leafon nl e e oi lotv water.
Uclorothe era of Railroads, Cairo hid a
commaudlDf poslilou as a ecntrc of com
tiierce and luvik-atlon. 'X'tilsi Importance ol
position be Hill pOMeiscs, but has now the
additional advantage of belnir a L'reat rail
road centre, a number ol tbe most import
ant railroads Id tbe Valley of tbe MNslrippl
converging to and halng their termini
there. Ainonj: these, coming from the north
are the great Illinois Central Itadrotd,
which traverts the entire htatn nr iiuru
lrom,its extreme northern and north-eastern
to Its southern limits, and by it connections
extends Into all the rrnat norilnve.iern
grain proUucim; State ; the Cairo ami Vln
cenues, exltudlng from Cairo to the City ol
v inccnncs, in iiiu oiaie 01 inuiaiis, wucrc
Its connections alforU direct railroad mm.
munlcationa with all KaUcrn titles ; and
the Cairo A: St. Louts llallroad. nnn l,...
direct railroad communication with the
City ol St. Louis and all the railroads ecu
tcrln; there. The toad comlni; Irom the
South are the -New Orleans. Jackson nml
ureal northern und the Mobile and Ohio
Hallroads, which plvc direct railroad com-,
millilcation with I Im cities ol Mobile nml
New Orleans, and otle r .Southern Atlantie 1
aca ports, and by coaiif.ctln-io.nN with all 1
tuc country soum 01 tatro; und coiiuii''
irom tnc southwest i-tiie Cairn, Arkanvi
and Texa Ktllroad, wlilch atfouls slinllir
communication with .Southern .Missouri,
Arkansas and Texa.-. and the principal cit
ies of llio-o States. 'Ibis last ristnrjl i-fti.l
wlllfr'lvc, aNo. direct eoiincclloii with the
Texas and Paciliu itoadwhen It l flUI IlA
ted, thin l In? direct coinmuniu:itlon wi-h
the principal porti ol the Paclrlo Ocean
Ihetc railroads, terminating at Cairo, arc
now all computed and in lucccssful opera.
Hon, those In Illinois coming into the rlty
)ii a bank ol each ol the rivers, Ohio ami
Mississippi, and terminating at their eoiulu.
cucc, uiu eiicirciint-tnc city. The Holly
Springs, HrowBsvllIe and Ohio lther Itall
road, and tbe Cairo and Tennessee Hlvcr
Ilailroad, which will both terminate at
Cairo, are in conr-e of construction and will
toon be computed, and oilier railroads both
In Illinois and in States south of the Ohio
river, which will a'.o terminate nr Cnir,
ara projected, nm arrangements made to
build them. Tho construction of theso
will greatly Increase the rillroad communi
cation! of t'airo.
lt cential Ineatlnn In ll.
tho Mlssisslppi.and the great wealth olriver
and railroad communication, cues to Cairo
unsurpa-sed advantages as a commercial
polDt, as It affords to her easy and cheap ac
cesa to all tbe grain producing district ot
tbeorth and WetLaninimllaracce.s to all
the agricultural produce consumer of the
ijuuin, iuiis preseiiiing me lien location In
tbo Westlornn lnlerehf.ni,,. ,.r ,i...
Ive northern and aoutberii lotnmodltlei and
proijuciiiina.
Aa a manurActurliifr Inesiinn n.
-- - : n ...... ...v ifu.i.iuu
of Cairo la not less Important. 'I ho crude
inaterlaUof every description, which ton
atltute the elements of manufactured arti
cles, aoounu on every side, iron ore, coal,
of superior quality, and timber of every
chiracter.inoru than others, being caklly
and cheaply acceislblc, ami the rich agrf
cultural region of the immediate neighbor
hooJ.a well aa tbo more remote district!
rendered tributary to It by river and rail,
furnldi aupplleso: tner.eccssarleaof lifu In
such abundance aa to render living except
ionally cheap When the manufactu' ,d artl
cle arc produced, tho facilities fo. cheap
distribution by river and rail a.-j not
equalled.
Cairo bai a moral, Intelligent, liberal and
enterprising population of about 1'J.bOO baa
a auperior system of public achools, which,
with otbera conducted by prlvato enter
prle, afford unntirpissod educational ad.
vantage! Is pjsstMcl of Well-established
churches of nearly every denomination
hia ptiblm and prhato bulldliigH or a mpo.
rlor eharactcr-has & cllmato, which for an
lubrltyand healthliillnllucncea cannot be
iijrpassd-ha a well-regulated ami cf
I clent municipal oreanUatlon, IU strc,.tH
lighted with gas, and othcrmctropolltan ad.
vantagea, which make It highly dcslrablo
arid In reality not to ho excelled as a place
ofpcruiineqt residence.
Loti and land In Cairo are now offered ut
very low pilcci, atTurdliiif lavorable oppor
tunllloi to purchaao, and the owners pre
gnane location to the public aa offering
unrivaled advantagei lor the Micccsaful es
taliliihmentol coiniiarclal or manufactur
ing enterprise!, and t,u jet locality in the
Military lor iirotltible Inveatmcntof capital.
n. hTAATH TAYI.OII,
KUWIM I'ARBOM),
ruiuea, elc,
Caibo, III., May Ut, 1871.
K ttt'a It ' KKT I HUM f.St N.
Cheap Lands
IN Till'. OHUAT SOUTUWKHT
HieLilllelliH'knno I'.ill Smllh llalluny inlii
pany li selling, at .eeiiliiiiitlly loss
lirlccs .mil mi teriiiH In mill mr lins.
rtH, (Her,
ONE MILLION ACRES
nf their lii.li:iillli-.il 10 ml, nil ither aide nml
iiiiiii 1 l.rui iiiiiesui 1 i'ir ninii, iiiiiiiiii'ii.
snllcil fur pnHliielliin nl iurn, I nil .11, 1 ii.un,
(Ira., Kiuils, mid all 1 her iNiiiMiitii eiup.
Winn rsniv inll.l, itiiiIiIiiik iiiil-il.M.r l.il.r i..r
. lei en months. Soil lerllle hei-niid pimdent
Nil Krasshiipiiers, 1111 illiiucht. VhcIsI hidnre
liients fur rsliilillsbiiieiil of lillhlil,irl..ln I 01
circuWrs, address W l .S I.Al li , l.-itul 'tuii
mlsslonir, l.lltte l.'nt'k, Aikan-ns.
11 .lily nt home, Aenits wnnbsl Oiillll
alii and terms I lie. Till I. A III., A11KIHI1.
Maine.
PATENTS
ll'ri.n wl-h t.i apply fur n patent r.ifiiiiv In
leiilluii, tiddies 1. 1. 1. ill I I A I.I UUI. II, I'.il
nt Attorney 4, Minlli M , W :i-iUi.'toii ,(.('.,
forl'liriihiis
.''lilts in the I nlli.l stntis.' Courts I'.ir lufrlitirr
Itient nr Patent., prosn-iilisl nrililinil.il lit .M
1 l.l.llllt.TI A I . I , I u.Jld Wenile, I Iee
land, (I.
' aTarm of Youn own "
-is-
The 2esl Remedy far Hard Times !
Free Homesteads
- (Mi iin
Host nnd ChcnpcHt Ilailroad Lniul
air 1. 11 Hie line nf the
UNION PACIFIC R. R.,
IN NEBRASKA.
'Ki t UK A II11.MI: NOW l ull Information
sent rr.-p In nil uils i.r lln' world. Adiliess
l. 1 . IIA I, Luidloiuiiilssliiiier V. I'. U I,'
(lluaha, Nib
THE
CHICAGO LEDGER,
A $3 Paper for $1.50.
lt lSM;rnol an4 lamer than the New York
IilKer Always an llliistratMl frerlulMorj A
new atory comineno-s ubotit leli. I. Uucjcnr.
postage iiald. for t. si Samples sent. Ad
dress I ill: I.t.lX.l.i:, I lili-ap). III.
?
ROVIDS m YOUA CBILD?,8K
, A Lot 25 feet Front by 100 feot
luMpin jjmplro City, Uiown and
Co., Texas, for 2 no. Dooded ond
Kesard to Brown A Comnany
are- in Opojatlon. Addreaa Ot.W
an w 2Th i. 'H J"""'ron company
JU w. 4tn &t.. or P. O Box OOO.Clneln.
6 t
More Light"
MUSH M455SK SHML
contains all I he lirturers In llr.t seven ild-ric
eomplele creinonles or iniilatlon, uisamK
ralaliisaudailvuneiiig; with address, rluree
andeihiiitiition;. to candidate. Ily ,c nld.if
I its iuvaliialilc Ikvik, any Mason ean, In ,,ort
time, ipwllfy himself to take the clmlr as Mnsler
ornllKe. Ihiiind In cliilh, priiv .'..-) I.iuth
rrueKs (mcket-laink style) . si I "I. Sent by
HICK .V H'ti;i.'l:ALI). Is Ann .! , N. Y.
A kt.ly ifuaranteeil lo male and
fuiulc apnla lu Ihelr locality.
Costs nothins to try it Particulars
free 1' O. VICIiKKY'ACO.,
Auginbi, Me.
$5 tO$20L'Vr;l' "U""1"-- Samples worth
ror.la.,1. Mai"V'- ""'m
" PriY"mIAN( 1 ' '! :,JI,I-UIAItMI.S(7'
J. Ilou illursexiiuiy UacliialcamlKaiii the
insuully. 'I in nit nil i-.ui (mi.-.m, irw-, by
mail, for i.cent pigellier with a Marrlaui!
I.uide, KyitUn Oraele. Dreams. IIInN to lo
llies tie. 1 J"','ssl sold A queer Uok Ad-.v-'-'A
A COMPANY. I'ub'i,
I'lilladelphla. -'-10-iIawIw.
St. Jo. Medical
INSTITUTE.
"EiliaKaiid inMn from Ounhry,
TIIK only place where a sure cure can Imi r
1Iii1i;kjii Little larisiuireil In the wuy or
advertising, an the reputation of the Institution
I well knou'ii throughout the West Call and
convinced that this Is the largest anil ,no,t
riiuplete inslltiitlon of the kind In America for
lh.i auoneaaflil trentment of all Chronic Sexual,
Private and enemd Diseases of lioth seves.sueh
as syphilis, Oonorrhu-a, lileet, Stricture, Uup.
ture, uric.se elns. On hills, IIuIk.. Ac All
urinary ami ayphllltlc ortmercuriul rrtlona ol
the throat, aklu or lionea urn trt-ate.1 with un
parallclisl Kticeeaa. lionorrtmu rureil In from
three to live days. Kvphllla cured in from Ihn
to tin days On r I7,0;o cae i uri.l, humlnal
Weak-iess,.iermatorrhini, Night Losses, sex
ual Debility and Iuisiteiicy, U,sa of Sexual
Power, as tliereiinltorselr-hui.eln youth, eex
mil excesses In maturer y.ius.nnd all Iiiiim,I.
inenU to marrl.iJ!e, iMriiiaiieully euieil without
mercury or any olh. r mlnerul miaou. Path nts
atadlstnnretnuti.l by letter. Mnllelues sent
eiervwheie Y'oungmeii who lune liecome the
victlmes or solitary vice Hint dreadful and in
slruetlie luibit which uiinually swieps to an un
timely grave thoutKiids of young mm ol li.e
inoslexslliil talents und brilliant lulelliet, who
mlKhlotherwlse have entranced listening Senatu
with the thundem of eloquence, or wukislto
s-juicy the living lyre-may call Willi full coufl
denre. IVIiatapilythatayotingmin. lliu nop
(ii his country, the darling ol his puieiits.snoiilil
I anateheil Irom all pronis-ct nnd enjoy
menls of life by lln: coin-couenfc ol'deviniing
from tlieimlliof nature and Indulging lu a i.r
Uln aecret liablt Kuolj jrfrsons miisl, llore
eiiitemplatlng murrlagc, ' relleet that a sound
mind und l,ody ure tho most neressnry requisite
lo promote connubial happiness, Imliiil without
the. the Journey through lllc. become n wi-.uy
p lgrliiuu?e, the prosirirt hourly darliens to the
i lew, the mind becomes ahailoum with despair
and filled with melancholly rellectlons that the
happiness of anolhirrU bllghtnl wllh our own.
l' all erring young men w-would say, do not
keep thla secre t to yourselruml your (imi until
It has aapjicil the vitals mid left youn wrifk of
huinaully, u curse to yourseli and a burden to
soeleiy. f you are entanglisl In I Me sunroof
fell pollution, or any private disease, Dm-from
its instruction, nnd iiiply nt .SI .Iom jiIi Mediral
Institute lor treatment, and heroine oncu mole u
huinaii being,
53"Curi.s KUurniilisd or money n funded
ETA11 female dllllciiltlea uml linpcdlmuitd lo
Marriage treated with surety and siiii ivs.
rj"A grcut inisllcul bookuud n-cnls for ladles
ami genla. Sent fne for two turnips
AdilieasHt .loseph Medleul Insllliile, Kiancls
filnct, lKtwii.ii Serainl und 'Ihlnl, s. .Isciili,
MUoourl. to-ll-li-il.Vw-ly.
I'AINT AMI OILS.
Blake & Go.
(Slictecs.uia lo)
B. F. PARKER,
IJcaliraln
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
XJn.XT3II33ia.
Wall Papor, Window Olaos, Win
dow Shadoa, &c.
Alwaya on hand, tic ccirbrnlcd lllumlimtinK
AUItOUA Oils.
tBr-oaaaw' aaxxilclixxp;,
Oornor Eleventh Street and Waihlnir
ton Avenuo
tifkfWm? 2 da" r;ar.nta uslna our Wis,
JUI "Jlaaa Auapr A Drills. IOO a iii.iVu
mati M psITlo aoinl Aai nts. auger book
aTfue, J1U Au;rCvi BI.IaiuIs, Mo.
$77
I .XHUH A.N't'i:.
O. N. HUGHES,
Ilriipral
Iusuvance Agent,
ovyicK:
O.TIT.O 31aTUA7 J:Jia.
Over Milium U UhVi..
USsT'loiIt.l1"11 l',r"1(;u Companba reiM
INSURANCE.
r.S'l' AH T.l SI I Kl) IB5H,
S AFFORD, MORRIfj
AND CANDKfc,
(ii uer.il
Insurance Agents
7.1 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, up-atairi.
Th Obleat Kutribliahoil Atreiicy In Houth
tin llllnoin, reiproauutlnu uvsr
85 000 000
4'OMtllSSIO.V .VI.ItCIIAMI.
li. J. Ayn. s. II. Ayrm
AYRES Sc CO.
And general
Commission Merchants
No. 70
OHIO LEVEE.
P. CUHL,
- Kxi lu.hi
Flour Merchant
-AMD
Millers' Agent.
No N) Ohio t.eice,
7 CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
Dcaltrm-3
"All kinds hard and soft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, to
Mill and Yard,
Jornor Thirty-Fourth Street and
Ohio Lovoo.
t'ouM Kiuiieiiti, Snilrili-il.
smtUfiiotiiMi fiunritiilceil
Sam'l E. WIIiSOlT,
PRODUCE
AXIk
Commission Merchant
Cor. El(fhth;st.und Commercial Ave.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
REFEUEKCES, BY PEHMISSION
W. Itilteiihouse A liru It. W .Miller,
( . M Hone A llro , A, Markl ,v Co.,
Sain'l Wil-on, sr., l.rienA Woisl,
C It. WfKidward, .1. It. I'hlllU A Son,
Piter Culil, i unnlnghnniAhlilwc 1,
AwrsAC..., . M. Iliilen,
.1. II. Hiss, lluirr Payers,
Oil. McK'iaig, I'. M., Sam'l Walters.
I'minc Mlomilily, ill.. I.s-hI siiiklaliir
work nl III.- I.lml In I tie World."
HARPER'S MAGAZINE,
tlliatrutett.
KOTICKS OK 'I UK PUKHS
The ever Increasing circulation ol this
excellent monthly proven lu continued
adaption to popular desires and needs. In
deed, when we think Into how many homes
It tienetrutes every mouth, wu must con
sider it ui one ortlio educators as well as
entertainer or tho public mind, for Its van
popularity has been won by no appeal to
stupid I rejudlces or depraved tuUes. llos.
ton Globe,
The diameter which this Magazine pos
sesses lor varloty.ontorptlse.artlstlu wealth,
and literary culture that has kept pace with,
If It has not led tho times, should cause its
conductors to regard 11 with lustlliablo com
placency. It ulso untitles them to a great
claim upon tho public gratitude. Tho
Magazine has. douu good und not evil all
the dayaol ita life. llrooklyu IJaglc.
TKIt.MS :
l'osta','o frco to aiibaoiibcra In the United
States.
Harper's Magazine, ono year. ...ft 00
tl WJ Includes, prepayment or U. S. po.t
agu by tho puhllshoiH.
Sub.cnplions to HarporM Mugazlnc,
Weekly, or lluzar, lo one address lor one
year, 10 1)0; or two of Harper' periodi
cals, to ono adilre'H for one year, 7 00;
pitstagu Irec,
An extra copy nt either tho Magai.lnc,
Weekly or Hazar will bo supplied gintli for
every club or llo stihrcrlborH at $1 00 each,
in ono remittance; or six copies lor f 20 IX),
without oxtra copy; postagn ireo.
Hack numbers can ho Mippllcd nt any
time.
A roiiiplcto net of Ilarpcr'a Magazine,
now comprlMng 4(i oltimca, In neat cloth
binding, will be Hunt by exprehs, Irclglit at
thn oxjicnto of puriliaser, for S'J ' pi r
volume. Hlnglo voltimca, by mall, postjmld,
:i 00. Cloth casta, lor binding, 68 ccnta,
by mull, postpaid.
ESTNowapaperH aro not lo copy this ail
vitrtihcmont without tho cxprcha orders ol
11 irpcr & llrotherr.
AUdrosM JIAIll'Klt.t IHOTIIIJHS N
BQAU for $1.00.
Ten ileguut sliieta of Cholie Musio iirniugisl
lorlhe I'liinn Kuril' will be Mid by mall mile
eeliitnl oiiuilnlhir, (poll pul'l) or single coplca
lit I'nelilseiu li,
They inn also be o rile ltd through any newa
dealer In the Lulled Slated.
Happier daya Insliuinenlal .Tom llrown
Why ran I not Forget Clailblo
Fur O'er thu Wines. Muylalli
High Life-Waltz Sitnuua
Down wheie Urn Violets (irow Westemo
When Olddreksnn hud his Day Wi sli rnc
'I he linuid Old Kuril! ,-. Ilublee
The College Oulckili i stoddaid
Tin re's a letter lojlie Ctimlle Coolc
Ho you Itrally TlnTikhii Dldf
AiLliessnnlirs lo lien) W, llllchioek, I'ulj.
Ilshtrn, 3J3 Third Alcnue, .N, V '.'.NdUu,
j WHY AMI- THE
TIU3E.MAi, '
The Best Coal Cook Stoves?
tucvi (m ouicjcm rwkws
IHtUHt M0ST?ip;
' v Durable.
Sizes, ilylci and fricet to nit every one.
li lure and aak yonr dealer for th MONITOR.,
WM. RESOR 4 CO., Cincinnati, a
Miiiiufnctiirera or nil Kinds ofStovea Tor
Cooklnt- and Ilentlnie Purpoaea.
ff"clnl forl'ntalogiie '-'J-ilAw ll-ewly.
Dr.Jacqtse,
'INSTITXJXE.
706 Chostnut Et., St. Leulf, Me.
r..il.,c IlLLTADLa afCIAI,Ta5AT.
JJUNVI. .BHtlUH' ..I i UIIIIIAltY tllliasra!
It's, jMirMUv.a.MM.r.uv4 It i, fcsUt.r7tV
11.11 ,. .ri ,rulf;,u. V l.( rt.J..u. .f li&Y,
fi i l.j.i. I ra( . .till 11,1 rip.ri.ix.. w.hikiI
.4n..scjir 1,11. nrli,,i,i,i,umV,i
a iutiLf.. C ?r . MrtiKlniiE.iiilKiM m.sla
AtsiUaal OtuaoKtt la aealod aarolop. ttt is h1bZ
BOOK OF NATURE.
C.iutl up trt. .M a autxr tf Is nrrsrl....
lurj itmd alUia ...... ss I rtl.l'j Um MlraiUb
lac nsirl.(.. ilwi.ll L.t. II Is U.ir tl lr.ur wrt. SuaM
if U.lst kc.(, .si rrulsUf u. ,1,-se r SUM 4
?."001: ,r.w,!JV-w l.umr.asuM
sU4rs. .r.1.1 tietUil llri,, ,ltn., w,.l uut mrm
serl4toiis br Ui. Ietl4.su tr iitlf ss.nl.l lib. aiL
s-tsr.! ultJ. im.t r.ll) t. ... ulr. fer u$ mu
Hit"., Vr. Jawints. Usatril Mrdioal Isauiuta.
703 Ciiftpul a-.raet. Bt. Louis. AtoT "'
Dr.Whittier,
617 St. Chariot itref, St. Louli, Mo.
A r.rtlir tn ti.u urn wi fe&f., lu l ksttr
n'l'A fi.l Haiil cf u Van.ral, Saiual
fnactuoaio LilstaMa u.a sar .a rsjisauiuau
Ui, s. .11 1 .ii M milnulM.,
8,philii, Oonorrhaa, Gleet, Slrictura, Or
chitis, Harala, or Rupture, ill Urinary Dtieat.s
and S,phililic or marcunsl arT.ctlena of the
threat, akin or bonea, sr. InsM lik a.MrsEsUJ
a.luaa ynkti.i.: e.1,1, irir.ui;.
Sparmatorrhoaa, Stsusl Dsbility aad I m exit
an:y, si li. iMsiur B.ii .bM La swa. asr.ai iiim
Uu.ttrtr,,u,,crwbr C.SM..SS4 sjklcl tro4
'IU WWUf iltii unmM, s.aaa.1 naswi,
S.MJIT, 41m.ii .( Heat. a,fMU. son, Claim .a U-
lu,. t;,u.l4,,,,r,k usocVnt.ffmate.mri.k
I li'ii. im. .r Mini fevrr, .14., rra4r1aff rilTUII
iviywvmr mi iiauapy?.... psmaarau, .arM. rmsam
iri
l.l
' I"." nwi. M. LV. .Mil, IB I T H 1 I.
Iv. usnsf. .usara. Caalutua at afiM av r sau
.. aal itnud. a Iritly taiasff lUrftaWa aan. BMaiaa.
lira II U UuaTnl.ot u TWI Us Cllf Uuuhm.
W Lra 11 U l,llTMl.t j vuli ia. m l
faadsrlaMCaa I,. at fcr ..mm. fa..ilM.wb... r.
t,l4tMcsa.iBiM4,aUr.aN,ltBi,tat.rf,aklrMsti.
Otic. koutiaA.M.tati'.U. aa4a.s, liu.uir.H.
Pamphlet, t any addreit, fer Two tamps.
MANHOOD tiZZl?
WOMANHOOD Tt'IS'Sr1
aotaacLaJltbra,fcraOCsl.
Maahood aad Wemanliood la Oormaa. 1x4
tagathar, IIUNtratad, IS Caato. f
MARRIAGE I
pffll.. t GUIDE.
ZUf&ct cloth n4 tilt btadlnx. Sad for ftOe.
Ort tlf (rtrffBj mi Lctsfft u t aUf anuia
tb fUela tjarji itl nty mtrrr, ! ,
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lAsi, YkjtUll dfCAT ftt CffastU ef Mlit? aV4 Ia?
U UittOMUniXtrjl Ut7VllUfta4 tP(lial mJ U lKTNt4.
Tilt rJtf r lUfndmUo; 4 tcttv 7UM
lumlareirBijJtic B.jfic UA.lravl lu
atftef aaUfavlarfct I MMtlfrsMa tltUI
r-tru Mtasa,li o(kt la t roavl lr avu 4tt t-ri-M.
ihn )okd up,tvtlii aumiorlot.liltmr
ttfT.tAiu. U casst.uix.cUf eraof udlal Uur
atur,UvitiUf itVr4 1 atiiruvtrcti.t4 nrth
19 .1 lAt mu u l ft owtfal pcntMU U Uow
It CXMl.
ffii.r UiiioQ. KAtn4 u tvtsCft, it p pf mtct, 1&3 pit..
S3t?QttrCll, C1rMp.( 14144 U ai&Ci-U.
tiair tvlatrwat, tlci&g tktMut,
DR. WHITTIER,
17 St. Charles street. St. Louli, Mo.
1 A tfffr and raJtctt curt
," Kuflnrt tr Armij, in
mnr tr cU,fuartHlni if
a ik Indian HtttktJ af trial
mtut. A ttlljcurttr nitt. Gilt tr tvrii. tt
Ar. i union. 70J umiiitrnt,t.lMiii. Hi.
A Book for the People.
(jl ' UfaT? "'Hlr;? CWIUIUII .t,rr Ifl 1.1.4
( ,i!-vr aiMl rntiBliNXronlbf itnrl,
jIAIIIII.Kal.a 1 'ria,lwll-ifUi-4l1 4Ufth arlfrt,
- - sUnrrUge. MeUutKi tt4UiavulillCav
tAf, th M.t cries of Ut proUuctlcn, ic. A uilaMj
ti th irlii 11 iN9VrkKiUirr)tfiK Lriturjr ndOru
CraatlV On IStf (avfil ( at, I (if llaVaJ L)i Mil f.nn(if Ft
Xht Vneit)4lnh.t Clironlti I)lraeaur Uh'itt,U
trtrrtai or Ery Abuici iuif 11 iu:l;Ufii titj lhJtn.
Utt ot - ia. 1 Uii.ru ml a I Or itsrriK, lkJiiK aj ,r.
n.aiuretiicakixl Iiupctcnoy a rluu rtuuM-ik.f (U
(41.41 k twlri-ftiawin. nt, hut ii
flt.l !') ii.isc tfriftfaiai.Mjt narria(c. a intr
isti rt'iuUr Hsttluat Wt,rlv
Viler, ol-
if in j iiitifri-n 1 ' r p
rkr. ttiM r r'ii t !.. t
t$ Ivf all tr
tllll llltl. klJtt A 1'AUa.
I'hlituutht iiiinr
hlttuitthi niinr.Hltr'ai
rmbfii ntir Hirinatorrh(i, ri
ug ruiiUiiti nf Hi lu4c
lilk. ataMal 111 awalasJ a Palt l t aan
rnt-li.t isfttJinii M a natl Medical Tretlt uull
THEiinDIOAI.A BUEOIOALIKSTlTUTli
JIII.U'.ll'KKt:. WINC.
A BOOK FORJHE MILLION;
Llarriag wur&W
r H1 rt g1 ttjwtiee rtiU0bi
""Wi f,t) Mitkl tjtlna. it l'i
UutilUaMtfriola tU Mlbo f rfprotftcuia, rawtlata
Uecmtlikia,a.
TUi I aa lburitlaf work f auJrt4 4 $ttty
fri, viu Bwaertua cagtrint, aal eoauiaa taloabia
Iblortaktlsb fwr UatvM mho ara iurrU4 er wauacfJtu ar
tltvc: u:i It li a boot tbtt ubi ia kr aaeW lack
a 1 tj, 1 not n rartil7 about It toaa.
It eatio itf iriroca a&4 a4rW af a fkrtllta
it frtuUtWD Ii orl4 wUt aa1 abol4 tm la tLa pri
ft.t 4rarr of rtr roivla aa4 fmi ttaroaifaavt tt a&Urt
rloL. H eabraff i f Tffytblo aa iba aatsjaci af tt atacr.
0t iratstra tbit la nn kbaviaf, 4 much taat U M
lLiafcf4lo aorattur fork.
j-cnt to aoy ob (frva af wMtacc) for flftf roti.
AJlrtu Itr. UuUi' Uutour, '. 1) K. H libit lUat
Bt. Uiui, Mo.
Notice to the Afflicted and Unfortunate.
Ita r,ra ttjlm la th notorlani a,v.tetfl ha alrrrtlM It
Hatha f;ri, or aiioi aoj quteit rrtstttlcl, ttrua Vr.
tuit' tt, & mtiur wttat jr 4iata li ar baw 4pr
bt yaiif CDOlltloa.
Vr. Huttaooetiplia4oabliMaftvfat7 traartroa.i,
lalaiira4 ty tnaf tb taat atlbft4 aa41cl profca
$,r af Ula ooaatry aa4 Xarofsa, aa4 a b aaoaaltH tr
nali7 ar hf mH,an tt) 1 ! Maiaa4la bis varia.
notoa at I Prlofi, No- It North M(btl ItraaL 4ta
Mrt mi rh't. HI Iwla. Ma.
VAItli:XY NTOIIK.
New-York Store
WHOLES AXE AND RETAIL.
XjaxaGSt
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Vory Close.
Uornor 10th St. aud Commercial Av,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS
0. 0. PATIER & CO.
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