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OAXBO POITOFFICE.
Hodm From 7:30 a.m. to fi::w
.w.; .Hamlay from 7to9a.ni. .Money
ONr 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Arrives.
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1:
Illinois ""' It It
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Mm. ntral It H
3:00 2:6
2:00
8:00
!:(
I0.W
10: JO
10.O)
Cairo A Vlnccnnm
It lt-latlr
10.0P
Gslro, Arkansas A
itsas n k tsaiiy.
Ohla lrer Itout
.0D
6. (Hi
Dally exc't Monday
Ulu. Itlnr limit
Up, Sun. Tu. Frl.
Down.Tu Thu.Bat.
6.(0
MtUy at Saturday
U. W McKbaio, V M.
IAII.UAM.
st. Louisjmoir mountain
& SOUTHERN E. R.
Xipress laavra Cairo dsllr .....2:00 i
JCxpress arrWn at Cairn dally ......4-.u b
m,
m.
jiccounuxuiion icares lairouaiir.
Accommodation arrive daily (exctnt
:o. tn.
Sunday) 11:11 a
TIM3e CARD.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.
mm LauMra cAtnn
Mall at...
Xxprcu at.
11:1s a. m ....Dallr
-Iioon im.. . '
wj a, Tnr.xcpi Bunuay.
fralgbt at-....,...
:VJP- "
A.BJUYB AT CA1IIO
Mall at.....
JCxoreaa at.
Trclcht at -
J:S0a tu Dally,
2:30 p, lu...Kxccpt Sunday.
Trflght a",. .-12 00 m... Sunday,
JAMJM JOHNSON. Arant.
CAMO oV ST. LOUIS R. R.
THE
SHORTEST SHORT
LINE
MT. XaOTTXJS!
WW Hara Oomn to Stav!"
rpiIE tralni of tlili company connect at St.
J. Loud and hostM. Louis, Willi all oilier
jtncj 10 me .lunn, r,pmi mill tri'M.
TIME SniKIIUM: i
LeaTeCalro
Arrive at.t. Louis-
....10:15 a.m.
..... n-a.tjt.id
Jre East St. Louis S n.ni.
Arrive al Cairo 4:'.u p.m.
.1. 1.. IIIXCKLKY, General SiiK.-rlntendent.
i. a, v r..iiAi ui'ncmi I'sssciuter AKeni.
JOHN rOtililTT. Agent.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
CAIHO, EVANSVTLLxS, INDIAN
APOLIS, CINCINNATI
and LOUIBVILLE.
FOURTEEN HOURS EACH WAY,
Buaiig Through Without Change !
ISDIAXAI'OM ASD CINCINNATI I'll'llk-S.
lm Cairo 1:11 n. tu
Arrives t (.'arml-..... . agist
Arrives at Vlncennrs...... .....11 -.a "
VIA ST. LOl'H AXD SOUTH KASTKIlX HAILHOAU.
Arrives at Kvansvilh: 4:1a jp.ru.
t(A ISDIAXATOLH AMD VIXCKXNKS IIAILRUAU.
Arrives at Indianapolis. 4:30 p.m.
via onto axd uirsissini iuiliiuau.
Arrlve-sat North rnon :IS p.m.
Arrives at Cincinnati 'J:ii "
Arrlvlsat Loularillc -7:15 "
CAUIU KaTHKSS
Lsaves Indianapolis - s-.:io n ru
leaves Cincinnati r,::vi "
Learn Louisville ."-.UK "
Arrives at Vlncnuea -."too p.m.
Leave! Vlumiues .... a:21
Leaves Evanvllle..... 11:40 a.m.
Arrirei at Cunnl s:on u.m.
Arrivca at Cairo. .... y.-o
Making c!oc connectlont to and from all
Jt-ilnti Kat and North, ut lii'UanapolU and Cln--.nuatl,
und to and from all jioluta huutlt and
an! of Cairo by rail and riur
1IOCNU CITV ACCOMMODATION'.
The Moiiud City AceommoiLitlon rune Wed-m-iday
and Satunlay.
L.-avn Cairo and 1:00 p m.
l-avn Mound Cllv 1 :15atl A: tt. tn.
V. B. QOODRI0H, H. L. MORRILL,
Un TickHAs't Otnerul hup't
I3tor inforiiation relative to rote and con-
i-ctlou, ajijily to JAMKi IIIGd-s,
Ticket Ak'tnt
The Great National Route
WASHINGTON,
BALTIMORE,
PHILADELPHIA,
NEW YORK,
The East and North-East.
ALL TSA1KS M V1AWA5HIKCI0K CITV
Amonj the Clu.rr.terltlcs of this Caiori!!
lUiute are
"Oonbls Tracks. Stael Rails.
Marolficunt Iron Bridre,
Oaorgyoua MounUtn Scenery,
UnrtTaleil Eaulptnent,
Lounhrtdfca Air Brakes.
Unsurpaaaed Katlnir Houses
And In fact alt the MiMern Appllann j tint
condiiceto
SPEED, SAFETY Sc COMFORT
PCLLMAN PALACE CARS
Itun 'Ihrouuh
WITHOUT CHANGE
liftmen Hit-
friacipil Weiiera and Mm Cities
TUItOUC.ll TICKKTS. JIAClJfJAtii:
J? Checks, Movement of 'I rains, Sleriiiuif Car
, Aca-ommodatlon, Ar,,, 4r.. aiiiilr at 'lli-ki-t
', Oltces st all rrincil Point,, ' '
, MORTH, SOUTH, EAST OR WEST.
i E.lt. DOltuKV,
ii, Ass'lltai'l Heart Ant
THOMMiAltUV,
Western I'asseiigrr Agt.
i
Ii. l. COI.K,
Gcii'l 'Ikkit AkI
lllii3.lt. SlIAIlp,
Master of l'ransi'ii
PENSIONS
w wuum rensions ire
PAID
FsDisa
""-" will la In tss llnj
unr, Br aneldsnt ot
fires TTOaiiSV
.aBaaaValEBM&&r LM'aiy" nuai.
1 . isrvi aii isiisss) avi r. o. Uox u.ssk
' " - r.m ...... I-. .i.TiimBi-d,
THIS lAPKTt 18 OS FILE WITH
Wfcr Advertising Contract, cm Im tn
TIip OlMrlal ('nil nrilir XkIIoiiiiI lli'in
orrntlr ;nnvrnllii.
Tin National Democratic Cniimilltri'. lo
whom In ilclcKatfl tltciiowpr of lllti. Hie
lime and plaronf IuiUIIiirIIio Nalldiml Dc.h.
ocralln -ionvcnllon ol 1T0, liati1 npj) Inlvil
Tticday, tlic tVMily!!oveiitli day iir.ltino
urxt, noon, a the time and tcletlrd St.
I.oul ai the yhec of holding; Hicli i-onvei.
tlon.
E.tch Slate will bo entitled to a rcirccn.
t:itloneiilM to double tbo nu-ii'icr ol its
onatotH and rcprcicntstlvtK In tlic run.
grc of the United Stntr; nml the terri
tory of Colorado, wlioie .idmlilon 111 July
m a Slate Will clve It n Mite in the next
electoral colles, 1 n'o li Itcil to send del
cg.ttps to the convention.
Democratic, Concrvatlve and other clll
zeni nitlic foiled State, Itresitcctlve id
p.it politic tl aocl:itlon, delrln to co
operate with the Dcinocr.-ule party In Its
procnt cflort and object, aio cordially In
vitcd to Join In cndlnr delciratc- to the
nation.il convention. Cd-op rallon It do,
Mred from all pcr.oons who would chMtij,'
an udm:tiMr.itlon th.it Int Miilcrcd tliu
public uredlt to hecomo and remain Inferior
to other and ei favored nitlotx ; Ii.h jk
mlttcd oommorcc to bo taken awav by for-
clgc power ; ha- Hilled trade by ti.ijti
tmciiial and tiernlcioin kvla'ntlont ha
lmpoed ii n it f mil taxation and rendered
iiust liiimen.'omo j has changed prowls
prosperity into wldepread nuilorln? and
want; ha siiuauderud the publlj moneys
rcsklewlynnd deiiintly. nod Iiiinc!c-ly
ucd the power that liotild have been vilt
to punl;!i crlnlo, to protect It.
t or thee and other reasons lliu national
Democrallc litttntiecitt the intblle. danirur
imminent, and earnestly desirous of ecllr
In? to our country the blcInv of an
economical, pure and Ircc irovi-rmiunt.
eonlfaily Invito the co-opcratlon of tlielr
fellow-eitizcns In the etlort to attain till
object.
TlinniuiA. Walker. Alubmni.
H.Jt.foekrlll. Arkanai..
Krank .McCatipin, California.
tVllljm ti. ilurmiui. Coiiiiri.tliMit
C'harci llea-teii, Delaware,
t'hurle E. J)vke. l-Iorlila.
A. It. I.awtou, Ovornlii.
Cyrus II McCormlck. Illinois
iiiomaiuowiini,', Indiana.
1. l. Ham, Iowa.
Iaac K. Katun. Kaotn.
Henry 1). Jlellenrv, ICt ttuiky.
Hoary D. Uden. I.otiljina.
I.. D. .M. Sweat. Jlnlne.
A. Leo Knolt. Murvlund
Wil'lam A. .Moore. Jlbhlirun.
i illiam I.oclircn. Mlnnnint i.
I. II. Shartm. Ml.l,ltiiil.
duo. O. l'rlest, Ml-soiiil.
deo. I.. .Miller, Nebraka.
1'hOH. II. Williams. Nevada.
M. V. II. Kdircrlv. Sew Ilatiim.litii..
Theo. K. Kaudoluh. New .lernev.
M. . Itiinsom, North Carolina.
John O.Thnmton, Ohio.
.1 ame K. Ki-lley, Urciron.
.lames 1. llarr. IVnuTvauia.
Nicholas VnnSlyek, lthode Maud.
11k. V. Simon, South Carolina.
William II llato, Tt-nne.M'i-. f.
V. S. Stoik.lale. Tex is. .
11. lS.Smalk-y, Vermont. ' '
.lohn (loodn. Jr.. Virj?lnla.
John llUlr lloge. Vt Virginia.
(Jeoipe II. rani, Wisconsin.
Thorn. ii. I'attcr.on. Colorado.
AUGf dTCS SC1IKI.I,, New York,
. .. Chairman.
Iitr.imioK O. I'niNCE, .Mas.aciiiiM-ttf,
Secrctsry National Democratic Com.
asihxoto.v, Kehriiarr L'i. ii7u.
Election 'tlro.
ClTV Ct.KHk's Ol'KICK, I
Caiuo, Ills,, March 111, IfeTil.
Notice Is hereby (,'iveti tll.lt on Tlled,l),
tho 1Mb day of April, A. I). 1 670, a ccoeal
election will bo held lu tho cltv ol Cairo,
Alexander county, State of Illinois lor tl .
election or the loMowinj; named city
olllcers, to. wit: a City Clerk, a City Trca -urer,
a City Attorney and one Aldermai
Irora each ward lor tho term or two years.
1-or the purpose ot snld election po.U will
be opened ut the followloj; named pHces.
to-wlt: lntho ntst wardattba Atlicnvum.
on the wen tide of Commercial aveuuo be.
tween blxih and Seventh Mreelsj in the
second ward at the engine house ol the
Itotighand iteady tire company; in the third
ward at the engine bou,e ol the Hibernian
tire coillliaiiv : ill tlin tmirtti v. ,.r.i .,,
Court House, and iii tho tilth -,.,, i .i ..'
W'WXlF&jZ .rr,!5f
ttat tt?nSr!!l
B in continue pjieu until sevenoVlocK lu th
alti-rnoon of that dav.
ily order ol the C'i'ty Council.
Mm. Kmiixcii Ai.t:Y,JJt,Merk.
Mortgagee's Bale.
Whe-eas cor;n Cochran timl ilsrtha
A. CochrAn his wile, by their certain sale
mortgage, dated August atiih, 1k73, and re
corded pn pages i,Wi.-i,,Tfto, and :i)7. and
r corueii in volume -.1" of mortgages. In
the. recorder1 allies: of .Marlon eouutr. illi.
nols. mortgaged to the undersigned, the
northeast uuarter of tho noitbeast iniarter
'- ,'V;tMi"lw,;,,t-oro township two
rl'ifi ""? i" u,'", (-outalnlng
lorty (40) ncri-. and the wr-.t btr of tbj
souttivu'jtipuilir.iil tbu southwest iiiuitrr
ftl im( nn HchI.- !.... ..... . . '
(i), north range one (1) east, contatnlii"
twetily CIO) acre, all situated in the county
ot Marion, and Sttto of Illinois to sceurn
!..iS',r!"H'il "rl,lii note. Insahl wort
gage spcclllcd : Now, under tho provisions
pi said mortgage. .lef ami bavin-- bVi.-n , 1.
in in payment ot sal,l note. the. undets-un-i:d
will otler ssld above ilencrihed pronertr
lorsaii m ai cuon, to the; highest bidder
forca-h. at tho court house door, In Call.,.
Alf-YHmlcr i.nimf t llll....lu - ,t ' . '.'
.1,1, "'"'I nil"!., a me u i ir ij
SoMock p. tnol
Moulin)', April I7lh, ,, . 1711,
lor the purposes In said mortgage set loi'th.
Walikii II vhlop, Tre i.iirerMoiig.ge
Dated CAI.to, H.I... .March, Si iK(C K
liltitKN A: (iiLUKRT, Attorneys.
Triislrc'n Nut.-
Whereas Stephen It. Ward and wife by
their deed dated .March lath. h70, und
recorded on pago aa in book "()' m Trust
Deeds, In tho Kccorder'solllce 01 Alexander
couuty, Illinois, eonveye 1 to tho under-
i H1J.-OCW, ioi iiuiiincreu iuir:y-scven (;I7) and
......i-ciii, in iiiucs. iiiiinoereii iwmity-
scveu(-7), In the First Addition 10 the city of
Cairo, Illinois, la trust, to (.ecute tho pay.
1 inentnrii leitaln nolo thelelu descrihi-d.
.Now, under tho provisions ol said deed, de-
, i. u ihaUlc' beciimai:oIn tho payment ol
,'J' I'"'1" tho undersigned will oUer Ktld
del er lor ca.h at the Court House iloor,
n ho cllv of Cairo, Illinois, at 2 o'clock
-. 111.. of .Motidiy, .,,r inu.'is;,), ,,.' ,J
purpose of said trust.
1 Al.VHi:n II. Set-m 1
Canto. II.I.K.. Minh 17. itj70, w-llt-l-lt.
WUlTSDrtui r
Causes .History, fare and
MSS.f'W.JkiVui.t:
lru otisa t'uiid i.i.. .','
WM IaHiKr suu'r.
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THE BULLETIN
THE CAIRO
BULLETIN.
Leading Journal of Southern
luinois.
The Bulletin
Will ateadlastly oppose the polli-len ol Id
Ucpublican party, and refu-e to be tram
icellcd utUt dictation ol uiiy clique In the
Democratic uranl.atiou.
It beitevet that the Kepuhllcau party fiu
filltllled Its minion, and that the Demo
cratic party us now organized nbotilu t c re
tored to power.
It believes the Uadlcal tvronuy that hk
several yearn oppressed the Soutl
ahould he overthrown and the people I iU'
Southern States permitted tn control then
own atl'alrs.
It believes that railroad corporation
should bo prohibited by legislative er.ui tl
iiunts troui vxtorttnic and unjustly dsrcnui
Inattiiy In their biisincs transactions with
the public.
It reco;;uies the equality ot all mm
fore the law.
It advocates trio cciiiuien-e tarlQ lot
reveuuu only.
It udrocates rc-suuiptlon of spcilc pay.
ment, and honest payment ol the public
debt. It advocates economy in tho administra
tion ot public, aflatr
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and av i;sin,i
Uidli ' Kmc Ciold Wale .
I.idd U '( -l LlmllH,
liidil .Si-cW Chain,
ller Vest Chain.
Tnlde Cii'tc.r.
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linld 'lu.. Hi l'lrks,
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j Office and Parlor Clocks of every Description.
als and Tools for Jewelers.
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nai tint Book Mouse, iab aoutn t inn
St.. Philadelphia, Pa.
1
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ul Hie klnn 111 Hit- woflil.
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It In lieen eudiirxil liv lis
lliliHVliolIt the L'ulteil Stale.
entire
lrl.
'I he fact of Its being III um-fiil iirjtion fur tHeiity-tHo Jim, Isasiinl
ciriil giianiutis- or failiiriil t.i.iii.iK nit-11I .
Vnii mi' sine ol hoiimulili-, prompt und lilieinl dealing, by sending to tin
Oiiuliul (iill Ihs-ik Mine.
It haioiltlIilnIlioiiiietltor.n, and is -till in the s-i CHil.int, olTrrlng greater iu
itiiccuieuts than eer oi-fure.
(lllrloug eirieiu-t-gis us giral .-idvautages llilmjlng, mid He.'ail aflurd !'
lw gcneioti.
Our Ilixiks and (ilrts are purchased In large quantities, wholly rurcth, al vri)
low rates, Hiid lie give our patron tl largest slum- of the prollts.
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11 III.
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pain u iiic iiiircoaser.
I till. Vou get mure for v our moui-y tlisn
III. ou have the chance of ireillnic
inei 1 aiii-rn, as 11 gui Willi Ilie nook
tlh. You can gel any book you want at the
it, flit (if expense
Illi. Agent can sell till no troublc.SO
scription plan, nnd do not have to
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tiMinr patrons, ami we 111 ike it a 1 tile
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I'IKII'llI tlllll
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PHILADELPHIA, PA.
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Ta. nul iunii of Ihs mr. '
Esm ot Morrnoniam ! PolyBamy. Wo
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moi safsss with sa, txxk satll jos ki.s
MSI v.. tll.ttrauS ClrevHst, .liowlcf Urn ..1.1. rVnt tt Is
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Airetlts wsntinl Outfit
nam
and terms free. Htl'l: .V its. A.k.n.i.
Maine.
$77
A WEEK truarinit..! tn rnnl,. nml
female agents in .their locality.
Costs nothing to try it Particulars
free. 1' O VII.1iKltY.tCO..
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Miuil lleiiilliiir, I'MyclioniiiiK v. I'nr
liiutlnii. Mini t'liiiriuliiu, ncsuiFr-
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ex may faclnat" and gain the loieund ullectioii
ofany erson they chooie instantly, lis) pil-cs
lly mall l cents. Hunt a Co.t-rnoulh Tth .St.".
rfilladelihla.
I55 tO &20iVilliyutt""' S!"ni'h worth
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Manuracluiers ol Mipplii s tor
Chain Pumps
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Rubber Bucketa made to Order for Pat-
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Send fur Prlrt-I.lst.
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AGENTS Vi ANTED in (very town,
sample, ' tents, MIKI'Pm A I O,
strtet, N. Y
Send for
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In Religious and Agricultural Weeklies at
Half-price. .Sdiil lor 'atiilout'i! on the
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GKO I' lioWKI.I.A CO ,
V,.'h ""W. New Voik.
AN AGrEXrr u T":." "'UUT
county lor rrauk
tolli-'s.N'rwspuiis an.) Muuuzlnes, the olilest
estiibllslnMilustuleii Pirlodlculs lu Ameiloi
ihey an- now ilr.t oilirnl to runvasseis, vvlio
w III, it' Ihey scenic mi ugriicy mid exclusive ter
riloiy. In-enabled tu lnttxltu-(! bcvi-ntien llr-t-rii.s
lllu.linh,! 1'erlo.llcrls, miltsl tons iiniiiy
dl.luct ta.tesor want,, u,,,!, witli the choice
I'M 1 1 eight new and la-autiiul chlomos, glvru
lr,s-.i(f roils to cue Ii amm., fiil,crlljer, bu en
abhtiiHiuic one or 0. mlm-rlptlons lu
very Ian lly In llu Ir district. To skillful can-Va.M-rs
this will seciiiesrin:ineiil cinploymcnt,
and the ti in wals each enr f 111 Is' usiililceo
JZ V'J!'.1 . ""d re, nine, hpts-lluen liaia-rs
ami molt liWral criiissent lu nil niipllciiiila who
niiliieli..teirliory Ihey .Icliciin-auvass. Ad
t!?t. i'.r1' '"''""""it. Frank Leslies
Vi-io- '! Slr"''' Nl W v"rk
ft
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fi
and Itutuil
vi:ii:rv (ir
I ntTrt- t'rn,
."J nip IUlir.
Spoon lloldei,
up mid liiilitcl,
lli-jei-li I",
linld lllllldile,
!llM-r'llillilblrs,
Hold Iii-kel,
Mdrt -tildi,
Si-ul ItliiK,
Laille.' .-it,
i.H,ri llrum-lie.
lie I' tchirs, llK-ni t!laies, Ar
Watch Mater!
our -tabHlmint and exaiuliu' our (iod.-iU
tu"' i ur ..iiiii...
4 - P - 1
Books at the Origi
only reliable, ns will ns the I irgest h-iiw
press, and more than i;,is),oi K.-.iib-
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enables 111 to gle f I ,'-"0 worth of fllfts will
In bunks, nnd the vlfls are so much clear
can lie had at any other store.
eithera Gold or Silver Watrti, or Klegant
piucna-m.
lowest prices, and a Uumliiouic gift will
llooksonotir nlun. to ottv 011 1 1 1.l sub
Intrst a nntiy for out lit.
to ship till orders thed iy the) an- nvri
(l- TIIK
TiHllrl MiirlgiiKs. .Sale
Public notice Is hen-hy glien. Ihat by virtue
of the proi-lousor a certain ehatlel moitgagc,
CM-clllid jointly by A II. tutlord and II. 1..
Morrill, in receivers of the Cairo und Vlncen
nrs Itallroad with its eipiipinent, and the Calni
and Vinceuiies lialliond Ouiipany, U-aring date
February t, Iw71, to tlie undeislgi:n,nnd by vlr
twe of an order ol the llicult Court nf the Hulled
Mates for the Southern Dl-trlcl of Illinois, we
will, on the'.'-th day of April. A. II. IS70, -ell at
public vendue to the hlgheat bidder, forcashlu
Iiaud.thefollowlngdescillieilyiKslsandcliatlels,
now in our possession, being the same ile-crlU-d
in said mortgaee and In the said order of court,
to-wlt:
i:.ngi.ni.
Passenger Nos. 1,'.', .'laud I.
Freight Nos. .1, (J, 7, e and tl.
riu itch .No. lo. Total number of engines,
n iiiiuj; niouiH-rcu irom one in lo ten (inj 111
cluslte. CAIIOOSE.
Nos. I . .1 and 4 , Total numlser of ralxMjiet,
I; numbered liiun one (I) to four (1) inclusive.
EXI'ltKSs CAIt.
Nos laud!, 'loud number of evpress curs,
two (.)t iiuinlM-red one (I) and two U).
1IAUGAUK, MAIL AND EXPItES CAIt.
Nos. '.land 10. Total number of li:irne, mail
and express cars, two (.')( niimleril nine (u)
and ten (l).
PAS.iE.N'liElt COACHES.
Nos. 1, 'J, :i, 1,4, I., 7 nnd k. Total mimlx r
imsn-ngei coaches, eight (S) uumls-iisl troui
one (I) to eight (s) inclurte.
IIOX UAItS.
Numbers:, 1,0, H, 10, is, 14, 10 lis.ai, 2.', 2t,
-ii, 'js,3u,:m, :ii, :n, to, u, n', it,, is, ut, w,
fll, in. 5s, ro, 1.1. Ml, fia, 70, 7.', 71, 70, 7s;, So,
Hi, st, m, tt, no,u., ui.tsi.tis, iisj, lo.', ini, iii.
ins, 110,11.', 114, Jin, lis, IM, lit, in, Ul,, lss.
i:, 13!, i.n, n, in.llo.ii;, in, in,, us, lut,
VU, idl, I.Vr, ISM, It.i. Total numU-rof box cars,
elglity (so) numliererl from to U) tomiehun
drtsl and sixty (P-o, inclusive, even niiinbers
only.
S IOCIC OA US
Numbers l.Hil. I,is, l.oai, 1 ,(!. I.ool, l,i),
l,i)7, 1, I, l,u ri, l.oio. 1,011, l.uli, 1,01.'!, 1,011,
1 .01.'., 1,01(1, 1,017, ,os, i.oi'i mid 1 ,(u. To
Ul niiinlierol stock uirs, tuciily (J0) number
ed Irom one thousand und one (l,iH) lo one
thousand and twenty (I, ojoi, iucltislc.
t'l AT iCl.l'M.I . .1,
NiiiiiIm-is I.H.ri. 7.0. II. 13.
, ... I .... I, , w,t,, Ifillll,
r., 17, r, -Jl.g.1,
II. 4.1. 47. I I.. II.
21, a7, '.'''. 31, f:i. .v.. :t7. :n, 41 ,
.1. SI, 07. ."I, Ol. US, i... (.7. i.i. 71. 73. 7.1. 77. 711.
sd. HJ, M. P7, K'i, !d, WI, m, !i7, tJ, lul, HO, 1UV
107,11(1, ill, llJ, l5, 117 and Illi. Total iiumlrer
of Hat and roul cars, sixty (ui) numbded limn
one (I) looni! Iiunilriil and nltiitrcii (II'.') inclu
sive, odd numbers only .
Together with all and singular the upMiili
nunics llicn inilo lielonuing, or in anywise ap
peitalniug, being a porlfoii of I ho lolling stock
ijioii the said Culm and Vinicnnes Itallroad.
'Ihat said tain will be made ul the fnlloulng
liitlousou the Cairo and Vineciiiies Itallroad,
ut the lime set opposite each, Unit Is to say;
li'iimd House, Cairo , s.l'i A M
Mound i y s,:i
Caledonia s,.'il '
New Grand Chain 0.1.1 "
llelknai
0.3.1 "
u.15 "
10,10 "
10.40 "
11.00 "
11.11 "
rormaii
Vienna . ....
Tunnel Hill..
Ilurueside
toue Foil
Lcdlimt
Ilariisbiug
Klilonulo
Texas City
Nun Is City
( -ut mt
Crnsstillu
Gruyvillu
Miniiit Carmel
Allendalu
Fruncest llle...
.... II w
12
r.'.ao
r.'.ii
i.n
.... 1..V1
!.'
a.isj
4,00
4 an
M.
P. M
4. Ml
-'I hut a train will leave I he depot of the Culm
mi' I Vinceuiies lUilruud, In Calio, at N o'clock,
A, M. on the day of side iifl'iirdlug all persons
mi opportunity of reaching th" points abow ill
time fur the stile, nt the Hi mil lutes o line,
!lti;.i:i, MIlKliAN ,V CO.,
lUhsl, MairhtM. 1.7.1. """"
DANIEL LAMPERT
Fashionable
0
A1U-
Barber
ZXiVin X3 It. Ill Mfe isi it.
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH STHF.E'i
Betwenu WashlnKton and Oomuerolal
Avoiiuer
CAIRC,
ZXjXjIIVOXS .
Tho Trustees of tho Cairo City
Property i1i"lti' to call luilillc tittoiitlmi
to tlin ini'iiN oriliclr iiropctty; coiiiprls'
lii ti consldcmblc portion or tin City of
Cairo, In Alexander County, In tin- .State
nf Illinois utnl html luiiurtliutcl.vmlj.i-
cent thereto.
This city, as Is well known, Is situated at
the continence of the Ohio cud Mlssllppl
rivers, at the head of iinluteruiiteil liavl sa
iled on tho .Mississippi, bclue below ob
structions by Ice In the winter and low
water in summer, and thus) ha a clear and
open river communication at all times over
the .Missiisirnii and Its tributaries, wttli all
the country south, to the Uulf ol .Mexico
and tho Atlantic Ocean. Cairo has also tho
same character nt communication with all
tlto country north over the streams llowlng
by It, when those streams ate not liinavi-
game nv leaton ol ice or low walor.
Helorc the era of Itallroad, Cairo had u.
commanding position as a centre of com
merco and navigation. This Imnottauce ol
position she still possesses, but lias now the
additional advantiico of helm a LTcat rail
road centre, a number ol the mot Import
ant railroads lu the Valley ol the Mississippi
converging to and lining their termini
there. Among these, cuming from the north
aro the great Illinois Central Itallroad,
which traverses tho entire Mate of Illinois
from;its extreme northern und north-esstctu
lo its southern limits, and by itscoiiuectioiis
extends into all tho great northwestern
grain producing State ; the Cairo and Yin
c sillies, extending rrom Cairo to the City ot
Vinct-nues, lu the Statu of Indians, where
Its connections utford direct railroad com
uniiilcatlons with all Ea-tern cities: and
tho Cairo .V M. Louis Itallroad, atlordlng a
direct railroad communication with the
City ol .St. l)u(s and all the railroads (-entering
there. Tho roads coming Irom the
South are the New Orleans-, Jackson and
Great .Northern atid the Mobile and Ohio
Kallroads, which give dlrf ct railroad com
munication with ma clllra ol Mobile and
New Orleans, and other .Southern Atlantic
tea ports, and by connecting roads with alt
the country south ot" Cairo; and coming
troui the southwest Is the Cairo, Arkansas
and Texas Itallroad, which sliords ilmlltir
communication with Southern .Ml-souil,
Arkansas and Texas, and the pilneipal cit
ies of those Stutcs. 'I Itli last-named roid
will give, also, direct connection with the
Texas and I'acltlc Itoaduheu it Is com' It
ted, thus giving direct communication wl'h
the principal ports ol tho I'acllio Ocean
These ra lroads, terminating at Cairo, are
now all completed and in successful opera
tion, (hose in Illinois coming into the i lty
on a bank ot each ol the ilvir. Ohio and
Mississippi, and terminating al tlielr conllu
cues', thus encircling the city. The Holly
Springs, llrownsville and Ohio lilvcr Itall
road, and the Cairo and Tennessee Uivcr
Itallroad, which will both terminate at
Cairo, arc In course of construction and will
soon be completed, and f.ther railroads both
in Illinois and in SUte south nf the- Ohio
river, which will a'so tciminat.t nt Cairo,
are projected, ami arrangements made to
build them. I be ciustriK tlon ol thest
will greatly iacresse the rillroad coiiimuril
rations of r"nlro
Its central location in tliegier. Vnfley of
the Mississippi, and the great wealth of river
ami railroad rointnuuicillun, give to (.iairo
unsurpassed udvautage" s a common-Jut
point, as it allords to her ety and client) ac
cess to all Ihn'vrain riroilurlnts districts ol
the North and West, and similar accc-s to all
the agricultural produce consumers of the
South, thus orosentimr tho best location In
tho Westlor au inteicbange of the respect
ive northern and ) tuber ti eointuodltles and
productions
As a manufacturing location tho position
of Cairo is not less Important, Tho crude
materials or eveiy description, which con
stitute iuq elements or manufactured arti
cles, abound on every slue, iron ore, coul,
ot superior quality, ami timtier or every
character, more than others, being easily
and cheaply accessible, and the rich agri
cultural region of the Immediate nelulihop
boo J, us well us tho morn remote districts
rendered tributary to It by river and rail.
uiriiisu suppiiesiu tue necessaries ol tlto in
such abundance as to render living except
ionally cheap When tho manuracttf ,d arti
cles are produced, tho facilities ro. cheap
distribution by river and rail aro not
C'lUUllCll, (
Cairo hin u moral, Intelligent, liberal and
outerprlslng population or about l'J.OWl has
a superior system of public schools, which,
with others conducted by private enter
prise, afford unsiirpihsoii educational ad
vantages In possessed of well-established
churches of nearly every denomination
has publio nnd private buildings of u supe
rior character has n climate, which for sa
lubrity and healthful InlliienceH cannot bo
surpassed-has a well-regulated and ef
licletit municipal organization, its streets
lighted with gas, und othormetropolltan ad
vantages, which mako It highly desirable
and in reality not to ho excelled us a place
ol permanent resilience.
Lots and land in Cnirn are now offered at
very low prices, iiO'ordlng lavnrablu oppor
tunities lo purchase, ami tho owner pre
lum the tocatlou In the public us oil'orlng
unrivaled advantage-! lor tho successful es
tablishment ol commercial or iiiamifuctur.
log enterprises, and tho best locality in tho
loiuitrvlor urnlitahli! Investment nf capital.
. STAAlrt TAVl.oit,
KllWIN I'AIIHO.NH,
lilf.toes, cilc,
C.MHU, ll.l.,.lu 1st, 1871.
h-Ut-ll
WHY Alti: TIIK
THASLMAUK.'
The Best Coal Cook Stoves?
THEYARE prjB
l Durable.
Sizes, styles and F ,,a5' T"y .c.Ei;n
lie sure and ink your dealer for the MONITOR.,
WM. RESOR fc CO., Cincinnati, a
Mnnufrtcturern or nil ICintls of Stoves for
Cooklnir mid Ilcatlni; Purpcoca.
t-4Mid rirrCnliil'ifiie
dAvv-M-cw-lv.
705 Choetnut St.. St. Louis, Mo,
rnttfiif Ufif1 ItCM.BLTI fTKCtAZi TREAT
MCNTla a ibUasvi.' UlUIfAUY JJHOAUIB.
IUii (lttu,fuii4if,uc4auMl t iHrrt hMiti cf toisUi
eMB) a ct lafrj-rB -is! at HDertaatorrb'xa.
'Gcalnat :tcn. 2frnroug UeMlity, Bienlitr.lra-
f3Uuce.at4taurlUaiiniuactfaeu, 'avkxiatarnTftiaftl
:;tierTMiaa, itt ratarr, lrtiutttt;(riUtitts.
Lirjt&tvl Gcauf ta. Uti., . fr itj ao 1 tukrrUt
c-rriMfwals ti at i a oit alvr t4e1iiicaa4 of
OUct.Usntrrbca.etiiC ,rtbl(!philUuur)rai)
l?Ualt a.1 ' 'V avKHir.,ra4lksUrtat.
I tiJ&,aU..YiiClN CUUK,ff .ra&larmiiattr.
tt(.t4vi4at.t (a- -bt a cur 1 17 cctsU umf, i)r
mnj yriripfw . i,iMt it rralaiL acranrat mallsnl
t.lti.Uiin 1 til ii i a 1 1 r, -ti. Waoaarbi
ajtuvaalin -t f 7 ar.i 2 7 t w-t.a at
a (l.tttsva. (' tul t' a- afr. X'rlTtto
JJtxUeavlOalOjaal failed cuT.opf9i lvotttua(st.
BOOK Ci7 NATURE,
Cottatblac 140 mni abl a iitttst af Eunrttrbfi.
tff7 ittoa truib a 11 . act t j tiuas eoaLrtnpi
laciuarrUit. ibott ILkiaitlaltv i' (4k.ritr. btleuc
ef Unec l"b, a&i rrUiaxc U at r af laaakan aal
cttiiffti, a'arrM n4L tl a4it atltaatr vLi trU-1 (rt
atrlpsota f r Ua tn-Utsta -f tar. te r Ut. lint,
n if al4. (jit lull to aar al -r.a Pit SS bt.
Air , Vr, Jaequtj, Ontril MrAual laaUtutj,
700 Cheat cut autMiU Bt- Ixiuia, Ho,
Dr. Whittier,
617 St. Chariot street, St. Louli, Mo.
A rrlflfttiateft CCcj, taa Ota lf'r
farif l la ifcaaj Unuwti f an Vnral,tsul
aa-lCftroma injcata uaa atf vur rl?auatal.
lss ,ai''.t'?iff VsaMaUtelrwUtataktsov,
Gyphllii, Gonorrhct. Glil, Slriclur. Or
chitu, Hernia, or Rupture, all Urinary Ditcima
nd 8phililic or mercurial atTecliona of tha
1hroatf akin or bonia, art trtaM Ub atpafaXt: I
acxa. 64 Uttft acleuJM tfriatlfUa. f lc j, fritau
Spcr mitorrhosa, Sexual Uabilily find Impel
f ncy, uurrUef Htat alala jtth, tttsal t ttti
tataatsrtr .f,ore(b.r aaift, ai4 tu a.iat
t-f tbt lwl& tffaKtat svrv .atvtaa, attuUal to.li a Iuli,
d.Uuira.M&taftf albt, droeUt t vtrmnrf, f istiaea tbt
f lla, lia f a.iuai fvtr, rtfiltrlcf marrlatT'
lmpropro'runhapr7.uai-trvaMcucvil. ,a. t
u 1 r)ua t Us attra, a-rBt la aail ttit i.t
f.riaa tttc uat. Coj.uta at tffift cr lft.A
to, im lali!,afitstvryiaUlr Uaofialta tL 11.
Vbft tt la IbtoflTt 9 TUIt ttt cur tjf trtaic" u
taMlMlfitt eaa V ttr prtt cr alt ttsrwksr. 1 vf
ai)ttitcaraotM-t.Vs,df)i.ltrf.'ltttrrc.a,"i w t
uaca uuin asl.uli',11, BmvJ;i, Ji W.ul 1 ii.
Pamahlel, any addrett. for Two Stanpt.
MANHOOD " tVSSf.
WOMANHOOD ISS
BntssatMl.aJltarM,rorUCnta.
Manhood sad Womanhood in German, sis)
Isgslhsr, llluttrstsd, IS Csntt.
saai a tm a i agn
GUIDE.
rifpint cloth avn J irllt bindinr. 6cled I or fv.
f)tir ttf &3trtal (tts titetarva, trwo to ar it
lh ffiWl6 ioiJtsil Ut b.af u.rrr. x.. v
I'm' iCt Utuiri TVbotaarrf tftt Haat( Won
sVv), FatssVal djcaf Tt tfluf eI -a ao-J ta j
u isA abvu i tuarr? 1 U U vl tut aaa tst am sav
7t rijavc f I'-rvtul aid nt cma. TiVr
taiTl4oreoiTsi4aUbC fnlHrllt.
Jlfttr alift-uaf 1 rtxtka, 1 aamt Ife tiuuaa a a rrtl at
ttrat qirtciab,(t Mint to ta real trail a. Jail jf
tbaa lokvd up,fct UH arMaitorloat.ialtl.
ar trrtai)B- U crttalLa iL crota of medical litct
fcture,Uf it4rllii aaitiifvfciu.u4 r 1
u aii (. um1 (irt 11 a osucfal penuut, tlin
tM 001 a.
J'v?uar sWldoo. una aa atctt, tot j a ptr rorrr. S? ar a
03c9Uitiall. Cttt cvl -Ua ta ABsctka, 1
ar 4slrta, tailu'm aoiout,
DR. WHITTIER,
617 S(. Charles street, St. Louis, Mo.
A tfttih anj radical turt
,r Rhfturt er htrnU, il
next. AtelUcureernert. Ctfien ervriUle
Pr. Judson.rn Citilnut ttrnt,St.Luu, Me.
CHOICE PERIODICALS f B 1876.
The Leonard Scott Pub. Co,,
41 3AH0I.A7 ST..HZV YCEM,
Continue their autkirinJ liepriuts of the
fjoiNiiuitnn ui;vii:w whig.
LONDON QUAItTIItl.V JtKVI rJW-Con
scrvatlve.
WESTMINSTKIl ISKVIKW Liberal.
HltrnSH (JIIAUTKKLY KKVIKW- l.'van
gellcal. Containing ma'tcily crltlel-ms and summa
ries or till that Is irc.-li and valuable in
site rat tl re, fe'iiuce,nnd Art : and
BLACKWOOD'S
cDINBURGH MAGAZINE.
1'Ito most powerlul monthly tu tho Knebsh
Language, famous lor ST ofilK.S, ISA V,
and sjKll'CUK-S,
OF THE HIGHCST LITCRAHV MCfi T.
TKItM.S (including i'ostage):
Payablo Strictly lniAavsr.cc.
For any one Kevlew, 5 4 on per niiniim
'or any two itevlevvs, 7 00 "
cor uny throe itcvlevvs, 10 (si '
For all lour Itovlews, PJCU "
Kor lll.ickwood's Muga-
zinc, 4 CO "
l-'or itlackwood and ono
Jtoview, 7 00 "
('or Itlackwood and two
Iteviows, 10 (JO "
For illavkwood and three
Itovlews, Kl CO "
Vox lllackwood and tho
tour KevluwH, Ui 00 "
CLUIW.
A discount or twenty prr cent, will ho ul
lowed to clubs or four or uioro petsons:
Thus : lour ciples ol lllackwood or of ono
Kovlow will bo tout to ono address for
PI 2 80, lo ir copies or the lour KutIcwn and
lilackwoodfor 48, und so on.
Circulars with further particular,! iiuy he
had on application,
TIIK LhONAltl) SCOTT I'tJItL'NO CO
41 HnrcUv Street. New York
VlusMvll.t r.HO
sd.I . .lur
aOlTintd
aaal(rBURN8, BOII.rj, CONNO,
unions, cum, BRUiada, onit.-
ALAIN8, UUOERII, fiOriEQ, Ut j,
OrnrriauSsfSlU SQUuUblu;. Cr 'I SI Itl
rTTinrBiiii'io.sa co., iiiutsrLiuHt., cti -t
Barclay Bro'.s.,
Wholesalo Druefcifits
OAIUO, ILLH.
11-4-
aAfsmMa n day piarantM4 utlne our Wn,
lilsTJBaV Auuer at Drill.. .100 a uiuiiiii
alLtaTai 1 to A,:nu'u.A,u!,'r "i',UK
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