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64IXO PORTOrFICK.
OMHl Hobr rnw7:0 n.m. In C:ItO
i.tV, rWtiday from 7tnUn.ni. Aioncy
r sw a.m. to o:uu p.m.
Arrives.
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Dully.
Cairo ft Vmcennes
Kll-lally
Cairo, Arkansas A
TCM R H-linlly.
OhHj Hivrr Route
Pally rxc't Monday
MIm. Rlrrr ItoHtr
Up, Him. Til. lTrl.
Down, Til Thu. Hut.
THebM llnute
Friday Malurlay
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2:00
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KAII.BOAlsN.
T. L0UIS.IR0N MOUNTAIN
fc SOUTHERN R. R.
timei oarp.
.
Knrwl leaves Cairo dally .J :rsl p. m.
Kiprws arrives at Cairo dally 4:ia, in.
Accommodation leaves Calrndally, 2:)a. III.
Accommodation arrives dully (except
Sunday) HUrtn m.
TIME CARD.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TRA1K9 LKAVX CA1110
Mail at - 14:15 a. m bally,
Kinross at 8:00 Ji. in ','
rrtifM at 4:00a. m...Except Sunday.
rralftu at 4-.03p, in... " "
Aam at caiiio
Mall at 2:S0a. Ill
Daily.
Express ;at. 2:3011, m...Hxcc
it .Stinila)-.
rreiftM at i. , . . i"' p. in...
Freight au ".ti3.ni... . "
JAKES JOHNSON,
nuniiay.
Sunday.
Acont.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
THE
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
TO
T. XaOUIS!
We Hava Oome to Stay!"
THE tralna of this company roniicol nt M.
Louis and Kastst. I.011U, with all other
lines to tns north, I'.etMt itnil WvM.
TIME SCHKDUI.i: I
Leave Cairo.... .. 10:13 a.m.
Arrive at St. Louts n.jtp.m
LeaTe East St. Louis f;.i n.m.
Air I re at Cairo - 4 S2o p.m.
J. L. HINCKLEY, Central Sniicrlnteiidcnt.
J. A. WEST2. General Passcruter Agent.
JOtlS fomillT, Agent.
CAIRO & VLNCENNES R. R.
O AUtO. KVANBVTLIjii. INDIAN
APOLIS, CINCINNATI
and LOUISVILLE.
VOURTBBN HOURS EACH WAY,
AMD ALL DAYLIOHT RUN9.
Ettiing Ttoagh Withoat Change !
UrDU ATOMS AXD CIKCIXXATI XXrlllSS.
Leaves Cairo. - 4:10 a. m
Arrives atCarml.. ............... 8:!M '
Arrle4atVlncane...... U:M "
T1A ST. LOUIS AND ROCTItKASTKIUt HAILltOAU.
Arrive at Evansvllle 4:1a p.m.
IA UrrlAJtATOLlS AND VINCKXNIlS HAtLUOAt).
iMt....lTHi1l.n.Mnll. ..Mil.. ...
TIAUHIO AJID MISSISSH'II HAILltOAU,
Arrive at North Vernon B:4.l p.m.
Arrives at Cincinnati. .): '
Arrirlsat uUrllla........... 7: "
CAIBOEXTUCSS.
Leaves Indianapolis- 8:30 a.m.
Leaves Cincinnati I :Wi "
Issues LouUrlUe-.. - 7 :0n "
Arnrea at Vlnccnnes 2:00 p.m.
Leaves Vlnccnnea.. - 2 :20 1
Leavas Evansvllle....... 11:10 n.m.
Arrives at Cannl (i:0o p.m.
ArrlTes at Cairo 0:20 "
Making elose connections to ami from all
points East and North, at Indianapolis and Cin
cinnati, and to and from all points South and
West of Cairo by rail and river.
MOCND CITV ACCOMODATION,
The Mound City Acooramodatlon runs Wed
nesday and Saturday.
Leaves Cairo ..12:i5 and S:00p, m.
Leaves Mound City 1:15 and .V.Wip. ru.
K. B. OOODXIOH, H. L. XOBRTXL.
Uan Ticket As't. OeneralHup't
t3TtoT Information relative to rates and con
necUons, apply to .TAMES JIIUUS,
TlcketAgent.
The Great National Route
WASHINGTON,
BALTIMORE,
PHILADELPHIA,
NEW YORK,
The East and North-East.
ALL TRAINS RW VMWASHIM&TOK CITY
Aiiionu the Charai tcrUtlcs of till Kuvorlti
Itoute ure
Doubla Tracki. Steel Rails,
Maynlticent Iron Bridges,
Oor;e0UB Mountain Scenery,
Unrivaled Equipment,
LouKbridKe Air Brakes.
Unsurpassed Eatinir Houses
And In fact all the Modem Appliance that
conduce to
SPEED, SAFETY & COMFORT
PULLMAN PALACE CARS
Uan Throiiiih
WITHOUT CHANGE
IJetwiu the
friacipil Wester and Eutern Cities
Tptm TUllOuuu TiriKKis. iiAi:i:r:Mii-
X1 Cliccks, Monnent of 'J rains, MmiliiB Car
Accommodations, A.c, ju.. 0. 1.. ilJ,.v...
Offices at all l'rinclil'l"u't,1'',,,") 01 ,'tl",
NORTH, SOUTH, EAST OR WEST.
K.H. DOltShY, L. M.COl.i:,
All'tOeL'I Ticket AKt CsnM Tickit A;t
11109. 1'. I1AKKV, TIIO.SJI.SIIMtP.
Western Passenger Aft. Master of I'ran.p' n
PJENSIONS
.Wjom Pensions are
LriK'.X.X.. Boaiw
i , S A?..:!t wmw u the line
LrU?T tfT-,,la. Tbeloasol
?if!SL!2!Ltt!! l roptun
itaioa
leflveayi
KEABat.,
JnatliiptB
tMiliiltuliiMrrmiiwu4, 4,rrUKiiin,
sasm
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mm
gkc ittltifttn.
rruis taper is on m.i: with
Wkira Aiti ertlsiiia; CulitracU can 1 mala.
nti:am IltlATN.
Evansvlllo, Cairo and Momplils
Steam Packet Co.,
-KOK"
Pnducab, Sbawnootewn. Evano-
vilio, JiOUUVUio, iinoinnuii
aud all way landings.
Tlic eletfaut sldc-w liil iti oilier
ARKANSAS BELLE,
llax lluWAitt Master.
Wai.tku II. rr.NNlNiiroN Clerk.
Will leave Eiunllle fur Calm every '1'1'KS-
DAY and Htll'A Y nt 4 o'clock p. III.
Will Ictm-Ciiiioevery WEDNESDAY and SAT-
V III (AY nt II o'clock 11. 111
The tlfKa'it iidc-wlive steamer
PAT. CLEBURNE,
Jons (ioff Master
Mat. Williams Clerk.
Iave Evmisrllle for Cairo every WEDNKS-
HAY an.l SATUUADY nt B p. m.
leaves Cairo every THURSDAY and SUNDAY
utOp. Ill-
Each hont lnakei close connections at Cairo
with Hrst-class rtcntners for St. Louis, Mem
phisauilNew Orleans, and at Evansvllle llh
IheK. AC. It. It for all points North mid Knit,
and with the Louisville Mall Sloniners fouuli
olnts on the Upper Ohio, KlvliiK throiitih re
eli.ts on frtlRhts and passengers to ull points
rlhuuiry.
For urther Informatlnn apply to
SOL. SILVEII, Vassenirer Agent.
IIAl.I.IDAY UltOS., )
J. M. I'lllI.Lll'S, jAKnW.
Or to U. .1. UltAMMKIt.
uperliiteniKiil and Cvnerol Krelpht Agent,
iW.'jMr. Evansvllle In.lluiiii.
Sheriff's Sale.
BV 1 lilneof an execution to me (United liy
Ihe clerk of the circuit court of Alexander
county, In the State or Illinois, In fuvorof the
t'eojile ol the Mule of Illinois ami nKalnst Henry
Wiitson Weld) und Andrew . I. Carle, 1 have lev -led
upon the followlnic desarllH-d property, In
this comity ol Alexander and State ut IllinoK to
wit: Thcroutheast iimrter ofectloii nine ('11,111
township seventeen (17) soulh, inline two (.')
wct ol'll.e.'lnl r. M. In the county of Alcxiin
ilcrjiiid Mate of Illinois, anil nlso tot nuiiilieied
Ihlrly-lUe ('!'.) In Mock nuiiilieied eighteen (L-l,
In the Hist uddlllon to the city of Cairo, county
of Alexander nd Slate of Illinois. nMhe proper
ty oftlic-Mild llenry"VVaton Wehh, which I flull
nllerat Public fcainjit the southwest door of the
court house In the city of Calm, In the county
of Alexander and State of IlllnoWon the'.'Othday
of Apill, A. 1). !7ii, ut the hour of eleven
o'clock, a. m., of siudd.iy, for cash, to katlsfy
said execution. ALEX II. II1V1N,
SherltTpf Alexander County, Illinois.
Cairo. Illinois, March aatli, 18TB.
:i-;w-llt-w3w.
Election Notice.
CITY Cl.KUK'fl OFKICK, 1
CAIito, Ills.,Marchl0, 1870.
, Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday,
the ISth day of April, A. I). 187f, a general
election will he held in the city ot Cairo,
Alexander county, Stato of Illinois, lor the
election of tho following named city
olllceri, to-wlt: a City Clerk, n City Tn ai
urer, n City Attorney and one Alderman
from each ward for tfio term of two ycur.
1-or tho purpose of Mid election po.ls will
ho opened nt tho following named place,
to-wlt : In the llrt ward at th Atlieiiumti,
on the west tldo of Commercial nveuuo he
twecn Sixth and .Seventh street). ; In tho
ecuiul ward nt tho cukImo liotiso nl the
lfonsli ami Jteady firo coiiipatiy ; In the third
ward ut the etiL'ino house of the Hibernian
tiro company; in iho foutth wnrd nt tho
Court llouc, and In the tit tit wind at the
Htoru hou-'o of , lames Carroll on the north
wot corner of Twenty-Klyht ttrcet and
Commercial avenue. Hald election will
bo opened at eight o'clock In tho morning
and continue open until coven o'clocK in tin
altcruoon of that dnv.
Ily order of tho cfty Council.
Wm. Kniixcit A.M.KY. Oily Clerk.
Mortgagee's Sale.
Wherca", (Ieor-o Cocliniu ami Martha
A. Cochran hl wife, hy their certain Kale
mortgage, dated August ffiitlj, 1873, and' re
corded on page .'to I,. TO, 300, and 307, and
recorded in volume "J" of mortgages, in
tho recorder's ollico of Matlou eountv, 1.
nols. mortirai'cd to tho tiiuleriilirnpiV im
northCBftiuiarteror the northeast quarter
orhectlontwenty-ono (21), township two
(1), north rango ono (I) cast, containing
forty (40) acre", and tho west hair of tho
1011 th west quarter, of the southwest stutter
ofiicctlon twonty-tlve (85), township two
(-) north rango one (1) cast, containing
twenty (20) acres nil situated In tho county
or Marlon, and State of Illinois, to vecuro
tho payment of a certain note, in said mort
gage Miccltied : Now, under thi.flprovllon8
or said mortgage, default having'beon mado
In tho payment of said note, the undors'gn
ed will odor asld ahovo described property
for sale nt auction, to tho; highest bidder
forcah. at tho court house door, In Cairo,
Alexander county, Illinois, t the hour of
2 o'clock p. in., of
Moiulny, April 17l.li, A. I. 1H7.
for tho ptirposeH In said mortgage set forth.
W!mu IIyhloi', TretMtrerMortgagc.it
llrtted. CAIito, ll.I... Match, 2.1 1870.
(Iiikkx .t HiLincr.T, Attorneyii.
TrilNtrti'ai Niilc.
Whereas Steuben It. Vnr,l nu.l .ir.. I...
their ileed iltil Mnr.-li !. lur.'i ,..!
rccordod 00 page 272 in hook 'Q" of Trust
Deeds, In tho Recorder's otllco ot Alexander
county, Illinois, conveyed tn tho under-
niuneii, iui iiuiiiiivruu iiiir'.v-sevon i.ii) ami
hlrty-elght (.iti), in block numbered twenty
seven (27), in tho First Addition to the city of
'(.alro, Illinois, In trust, to securo tho pay-
.....in in .1 lli uuu iioiu unrein uescnuiMi.
Now, under tho provisions ot said deed, de
fault linvlnt' been mauo In tho payment of
said noto, the undersigned will offer mid
property for Hale, at auction, to the highest
bidder tor cash, at tho Court House door,
In the city of Cairo, Illinois, at 2 o'clock
p, m or Monday, April 17lh, 1870, lor tho
purpo'C of said trust.
Al.ritr-.li II. SAlfOUD,
Trustee and Mortgagee.
(lltKKN t (ill.liKirr. Attorney.
Caiiio. Ills.. March 17. 1S7U. w--lt-d.it.
BSAUfor$1.00.
Ten elegant sheets of Choice Mu.lc, urninKed
lorthel'iano 1'ortewill lie scut by mall 011 re
ceipt of one dollar, (pot paid) or sliiKle copies
at 15 cents each.
'1 jity can also lw ordereil through any news
dealer In the United .States
llBiipieriUys-Imtnimeiital .Tomllrown
iiK ?" .'. W Clalilile
llV, 'ii'",uV,'!i' Maylnlh
W "lu- fM1!"."" ,,e V ul'lf JroW Wesleme
The i l .Vili'M?" "u' Westerne
I lie UolUre (Julekslei ........Stoililaiil
PRAIRIE LANDS.
;i he last chance for good ucrlciilturul lands on
11V. ii "1 .' inieiesi.
lion' t run an y risks, hilt go to a coiinlrv that has
I?Ji.V?Tt1 'V ,,e,',0'l,. "' f" ""' aifdivss by
litl raid tu Land Com'r 1. ,t M. 11. It .
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cm lie had at any other stme.
the lowest prices, aud n handsome, gift will
mi aujii an (Hiivr iiiu u.iy mvy an m iiu1
PUBLISHING HOUSE
riinllol .llwrlCilK Niilf
Public notice is hereby ghen. that by virtue
of the provisions or a certain chattel mortgage.
.Morrill, as receivers of the Cullo mid Vitieen-
1 . !';"'i" vf"l'""ii'i aim iii Cairo
nud Inceniies Itallroml Coinpiiny, Uurlng ilate
r'ebniary I, I b7S, lo the unileislgiied.uiid bv vir
tue orun order ot the Clicnll Court of the LTiiII.it
.States rorthc Southern District of Illinois, we
will, on thel'Mlnluy of April, A. I s7t, t
inibllc vendue, to the highest blihler, furcji-li In
hand, the rollowlngilesctlbrdgooilSHtid chattels,
now In our possession, being the same described
In sa d mortgage mid In thetalil order or court,
to-wlt:
K.VCil.NHs.
I'as.enger-Nos, J,-.', 3 and I.
1'ieight Nos. S, 11,7, Hand Ii.
hwltch-.V'o. 10. Total number of engines,
ten (Km numbeud Irom one (I) to ten (to) in
cluslw. CAHOOSHS.
.Sos. I, -J, .I und l. Total uuiiiberofcaboo-ei,
I; numbered trom one (I) to four (I) Incliuhc.
K.M'HKSs CAltS.
Nos land 2. Total imrnlwr of express cars,
two (Ol niiinbered one (I) mid two ().
llAGliAtiK.MAll. AMI CM'liliSS I A lis.
Nos. '.land III. Total number or baggage, mall
ami express curs, two (.')( numleied nine (Hi
and ten (l).
l'.SKX(iKlt COACHKS
Nos. I, a, a, 4, 6, u, 7 and . Total number
passenger coaches, eight (s) numUnil Irom
one (1) to eight (s) inchive.
, HOX OAKS.
Numbers'.', I.fi.s, in, 12, It, ld.ld.ai, 2.', 21,
2-i, 2s ao,:i,ai, m,-m, io, 4., 41, io, th,n!,
.. , CU, hi, I.I. Isl, M, 711, 7.', 71, 7li, 7S, So,
W, M, Kil, H, Isl.lU, HI, tsl.tis, liJ,n, nil, to.;,
1IW, Pi.lt, 111, llli, 118, 120. 12i. 121. ISM It,
l' !?? ' ?' ,VM U''' !'- "I- "''. m.
1J2, 151, 1.VI, m, loo. Total iiumbcrof box cars
eighty (su) ; numbered from two U) to one hun
dred and sixty (lui) Inclusive, even numbers
only.
STOCK OAHS.
Nlllllliers IjlKll. !,!, I,(S, 1,()0, 1,1,11, 1(.!
!",'I', m"-J'0"' 1',Jl-'-1 u'" '
1 ,01 1.010, 1,1117, 1,018, l.oPJ nml 1,020. To'
tal number ol stock nirs, twenty (2o)i nmiilier
eil f I inn one thousand and one (l.ool) p, one
thousand and twenty (Uo.-o), inclusive.
FLAT AND COAL CAltS.
Numbers l.:t,.1, 7.U, II, II, 15, 17, pi, 21,2.1.
S,' S' 21- il'- "??" "l' w'
i'in-i, ijii, U,ri. hi, in, ill lUl . 1U.1
107. Ill), 111, 111 113, 117 mul Illl. Total number
nr tl.it tin.! ....... j I . ... i . j i. , . . . .,
;-.Y7 . ... vr-l lllllUIM'lllI lllllll
one (I) to one htindrisl and nineteen (IP') Inclu-
... ' itmiiwiB Ulll .
logether with ull and singular Ihe nppurle
iianees theicuiilo belonging, or ill any wile ap
pertaining, being a portion of the rolling stocL
upon the said Cairo and Vlnccnnes ltailrowl.
'that said sale will be maile nt the lullovvlmr
stations on the Calm ami Vlnceuues Itallroad,
if li "l'lK'iie men, iuui is in pay
Hoiiiid llouse, Cairo
. s.l
A. M
Caiedoiilti ,
New Unind Chain
llelknup
iwftimn I iv
s.:ki
s.ni
u. is
u. IA
10.10
10,40
u, (SI
ii.i.'i
H l'J
12
Ii.su
12.11
1.11
1..VI
'.'.:io
I ISI
:m
r ormnii
Vlennn
Tunnel Hill
llurneslde
stone Port
I.ecltnril
Ilarrlsbiug
IMitoeitiln
M.
r. si
Texas City
.Kirrisuty
Carml
t'rossvlllu
Orayvllle
Mount Caimel
Alleiuliile
St. r'ruiii'esvHle
'l hat a train wlil leave the depot of the Cairo
und Vlnccnnes Itallroad, in Caiio, at Ko'elocU,
A . JI . on the day ol' sale nil'ordlng all persons
mi opportunity of iciii IiIiil- the im.Imu IlllllV 1. Ill
I. so
limn for the sail', nt Ihe iiual rates nt faiv,
IHIKMX .MlilttiAN CO.,
Dat.sl, Jlaichl, IsTil. -Moilg,.g.e.
DANIEL LAMPERT
Fashionablo Barber
NonmswH of luanrn htreei
Between Washington and Commercial
ivvnnurr
CAIRO,
xxxtxrx.
Tho Trtintcori of tho Cnim Cily
rroporty tlsiit to e.ill imlilii' ultciiliiu
lo tin- ini'ilts iil'lhi'lr it'iiii'tl,v, i.'iuiiprl'"
iiuru KiuMilcniliJi- iMirlhiii ol'lhi' It v of
Oiirp. in Ali'.xntiilci-Contili-, In nn-St.-ilo
nl" IllinoK nml liiiulii liiiiiinliiiiidyiiilln-
t'l'llt tlU'lotO.
This city, as Is well known, Is siliiateilat
tho I'oulluuiico of thu Ohio and .Missis. iipl
rivers, at thu head of tmlntcriiplcil tiaM; :i
llouoiitho Jlltslsslppl, belli below ob
structions by Ice In the winter ninl low
water in summer, and ILim has n clear ami
open river commiiulcjllon at alt times over
tho .Mississippi und Its tributaries, with all
tho country s.olith, to the Uulf ol .Mexico
and tho Atlantic Ocean. Cairo has also tho
same character ol communication with ull
tho country liortluiver tho slrcimia llowlnij
by it, when thorn streams ure not liiimvl
Iptble by le.ison of Ire or low vvator.
Hclornthc era of Hallrnads, Cnlni had a
commanding position as u rciittu of com
merce and navigation. This Imporlaiicu ol
position she still po.-esscs, but has now the
aiitiiiionai aiivuntaL'i ol lielnj; a (,'rcat rail
load centre, a number ol the must import
ant railroads In tho Valley oltlie.MIslslpil
converging to ami havlni; their termini
there Among; these, coming from tho north
:tiv tho great Illinois tiitr.il Hailroail,
which traverses tho entlro ttato or Illinois
Iromjlts extreme northern and north-eutcrn
to its southern limits, and by itscouncctlous
extends Into all thu Kfeat iiorthvvustcrii
(,'raln produclni; .Status ; thu Calm ami Vln
ceuues, ex-tcndlnt; from Cairo to thu l. It y ot
Viiiceunes, In the .State of Indians, where
Its connections atlbrd direct rnllroud voiu
miinicatioiis with all Ku-tern cities: and
tho Cairo .V til. Luuis Itallroad, ulloriiitiK a
direct railroad communication with tho
City of .St. Louis and all tho railroads ecu
tcrlmr there. The loud- coming from tho
.South aro the New Orleans, dackson and
(Ireat Northern and tho Mobile and Ohio
Hullroads, which give direct railroad com
nitliilcitlou with tho cities of Mobile and
New Orleans, and other Southern Atlantic
sea port', and by connecting roads with ull
thu country south of Cairo; and coming
Irom thu southwest Isthu Culto, Arkansas
and Texas Itallroad, which n Holds flinll ir
couimtinlcution with .Southern Misourl,
Arkansas and Texas, aud tho principal cit
ies of those States. This last-named road
will kIv e, alo. direct connection with tho
Texas and Pacific lioad when It is complu
tcd, thus L'tvlnj; direct communication with
the principal ports, of tho Pacific Ocean
'Ihesc railroads, terminating; at Cairo, arc
now all completed and In successful opera
tion, those In Illinois coming into thu rlty
on it bank of each ot the rivers, Ohio nml
Mississippi, and terminating at their contlu
cucc, thus encircling thu city. Tho Holly
Springs, llrownsvlllu and Ohio ltlvcr Hall
roud, aud tho Cairo and Tennessee ltlvcr
Itallroad, which will both terminate at
Cairo, are In course of coDstrtictlou aud will
toon be completed, and other railroads both
In Illinois and In States soiuli of tbn nhtn
river, which will n'.so terminate nt Cairo,
aro projected, an'i arrangements made to
build them. Tho construction of these
win greatly Increase the railroad couiuiutil
cations of Cairo
Its central location In tho grot Valley of
the Jlls.Ippi,aud the great wealth of river
anu rauroau communication, gtves to Cairo
unsurjias-cd advantages as a commercial
point, us It atrords to her easy and cheap ac
cess to all the grain producing districts ol
thuNorth ami West, anilslmilaraccess to all
tho agricultural produce connimers of tho
South, thus presenting the best location In
uio vvesuor an interchange ot Hie respect
ive northern and southern commodities and
prouucuons
As a matiufaettirlrir. !n..,iinii iim .u!iin
, , . . . tt "". .nu ,'UBIIIUIl
of Calrols notless important. The crude
....iviioin hi eicij nescnpiion, wnicu con-
.tutu iiiu tieuieiiis oi mauiiiaeiiireu arti
cles, abound on every side, Iron ore, coal.
OfMIIIAttor llllnllli ft.l .I...1... r .
. "i -i j t ...' iiiiiiivi in eiciy
character, moru thauothorM, being easily
lltlil ..li..at.lt n......j-ll.l.. ... .1 . f
...... .....i'.i .inis'iiiic, unii vuu lieu agri
cultural region of tho Immediate neighbor-
tlOO. I. IIS Well rid lllil mnn. l .11
...... v tuiiiuiv uisiiieis
renilurcd tributary to it by river and rail,
rnrnkh climillnj.., Ik . ... '
,,. i.vcussanes oi uieiu
such ahuiidance as to render living except
lonn v ehnnn When 11... ,.,,. r...... ...'.
- , j. ....... ...u , tit, MUIACIII' III HI 11-
cli's bio prodncod, tho facilities f. fht.-ip
ui-ui luuoii u) nvcr ami rail aro not
ciilllcil,
(.'alro line .1 innr..l ll..lll,....i ill . .
. 7 '.nu uimiiiyeiii, iiiicrni ami
enterprising population of about P'OOO has
a superior system ol public schools, which,
with others conducted by privato enter'
prise, adord unstirpasoil educational ad-
has pitblin ,,nl nrfvato bulldlng of a l no
rlor character-has a climate, which for sa
lubrity and healthful inlluencc.s cannot ho
Mirpassed-hai a vvell-rcgulatcil and of-
lll'll'llt lllllll Iiw.1 nr .1,. ,. . .
ii , . i v.. r" . hi.uiiiiiiiii, hh iireriN
lighted with gas, and other metropolitan ad
vantages, which mako It highly desirable
mid In reality not to bo excelled as a nlaco
orpormutieiil residence. '
Lois and land in Cnit o nronow olTei ed at
very low prices, ullordlng lavorahlo oppor
tiinlllcs to purchase ami thu ownem pro
tent the location to thu ptibllu as olio ring
iinrlvulcd advantage lor tho successful es
tablishment n commercial or nianufaclur.
ing enterprlscH, ami tho best locality in tho
country for uroiltaliln InvrMuicntof capital.
S. TA ATM TAYI.OK,
KHWIN 1'AIIHONH,
riistocH, olo,
Caiiio, li.t. Mas 1st, 1874.
f'l'J-ll
HIIV ARK TIIK
TltAZELIMUK.
The Best Coal Cook Stoves?
nut oyicktsT.p
THEURE host
l Durable.
Biwa, styles and prices to nil every w.
lie inr and ask your dealer for llo MONITOR.,
WM. RESOR & CO., Cincinnati, a
Manufacture! si of nil Klmln ofStoveo for
Cooklnirand lleutliisf Purponca.
r"!'!!!! Tort ntabiglie '-dAw-M-ew-lj
Dr.jaoqiies,
CENTRAL,
MEDIOAI,
'iNsxrroT.
70S Choctnut ct., St. Loulo, Mo.
MlmutlbM IlLLtAIlI-ri nPECIAIiTKlSAT-
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llM,til,,trBiltliMjrtBMl If Mtrti bkMt, Irolia
remlnst Lomo. nnmi liMlityniniitT, Im;
tDi.noe,ollt..iidii..uui.n:Jcu, ilo..,,fnjo
l.l,rci,t.u.,i,dr,k.li l rsl,lmuuilij,wli(piun,
Irt.fcUCMlOosiJt&ru&li.l&ettii'itjrir .ibs, kalm.rrlti
csiucemln tn.lb.. Uo r t,urlss-tuMii ef
Ult. oontrrhow.Bit lMuri isl Hyphills (ill rn..,
ftl.'A'aBSi.oa, f 111,161. .IV AlLf.aai.tJMVU, throat.
ncif,iilo,e.,WJJCA;r CUllx;.iaf.ist.ltroi.Mllr.
'Il4tuifc4j cl tf bta rll If bi. 4H...U so tt.llfr. o.r
UJllj,n-lllitl '.ibJI lBtcril.it ibrm.rktruMk . I
coUifii, e-ra I m 1..11 ai titsrlc. Ksc.hshiI
Jlkftbllrlirt M atif IM f,tatl Is l.sira, tt
a dliiabe. t. t .q. m .,m ai 4fra. Jrtrati,
Alodloal Quito km la sualyl oatulopa Ut
BOOK OF NATURE,
OcftUttiltf HO al rwtaW tt Ct tttrtriatt.
tfefy prKOf l h li f. &l4f sgcu, f tfc?M Utu it
s(Mrrtr,huiLtr..iitiUif -ivfttssfifr. Hsun't
cf lit to f U4. tal rtutk.Df tt t. vr r liibtoi 1 l t
vtmuildMA. KvrltKtLrT Lfcv kelLliT.N-smtril
tUIJrm. vtrcM ta il a lrjal&Df t I ifl ir
vfriftlcisi fjr U l6flJtu f nrJ r.ir;.vj (if. ntbt,
rei (t I i T i.r fvr t3 evi.
Atllrt, Dr. JAnqab, Comrni ltedicU luitltuto,
7C3CL,oatput tftrvt, ti. toau. sUo,
Dr. Whittier,
CI7 St. Charles street, St. Louis, Mo.
A Tff liar C"1atti tf two Ifolktt Cntt, httUta Urr
ofr l la tb r t:.ut trttttiBKii cf u Vcnarnl.H' u it
ftDdC'tirouK JjltKMra tun tbf tier l'kti iioUbii
aUwie, tltt jsBrilL , uX tU tiiml4 IsVr.
Syphiln, Gonorrhoi, Glel. Slrictur, Or
child, Hrniator Rupture, til Urinary UiieuM
inj SvphiMio or morcurul afTflCtionl of thd
throit, iltin or boni, trtt4 iu b;tt I
"', C0 Uttt aVieolillt 'TlMllM tttf, lTITt' '
Cparrnatorrhai. Senual Oibilit and Impel
f)fiCy(lt tbrriUrBU-tlaMla yoqth, llltil tlfi
loiurtr Mri,orotLtr e,tl tAt tla&
tf It rbvlftc ltcUt tTTf tails 1 trtntMk I.
deUUtf , diaita 1 tUit, 4fctiT ttcf f. fltj-jUl M U
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cf llotva, Im of ial towfr. ttc,, rrtvltrlcf mTiAgo
( tn rtUuuf t il tUrt, km la enkte,
f.riws pntt luati, CoarniUMtsa at cficv r tyiasil
Iifs, tt4 laTltl,kIrivivX7l4vUrPUr'tljl4tt ts Doit ut
V on. It ! UftoiTttitftit U Tlilt tL tvitj Ut Uttxt
bolielaticao tt MX If tij mi er raU tT7ber.. c -r
oacsi iwaret 9x.ii.wir. u. tiuji. it ii.wi r x.
Pamphlet, la any addreii, for Two Stampt.
MANHOOD l T.VtVKfi' B,a
WOMANHOOD &ii'ffiS&rA
Bnt CMled, all tbrtso, for 0 Cent.
Msnhood sad Wominhood In Ccrmin, btB
logathsr, Illustrated, I J Ctntt.f
MARRIAGE i
p&Vls. ( GUIDE.
ZltT&nt cloth ttnd silt bin dice. Cctlcd for CO?.
Oftr tftj 6b)rfl tiA f kUrw, Uu t4 Uttl ni4- ua
tt.. ftLjOvlXtt 4lssltJ Uk4 Baf CiHT, vb t"
lrovr t to tniitj, K'tkurr tin, llktlunvl, wtata
W'js-1, rtif skkl dsxtt; It tsTacw af Ut7 ai t riee-ii
v taot.ist4t'trT7 1 (Itvllf.atfi Li rCki uaj t mat
Tta rkj.wkf of Ksn-'wlMiioa, aul tuxuj u.ia Itinj
UArr1l or txmciUUDi tthiuwhnA mltu
jifur Iif4lB t(a.ac,l4iffirra tata t at
tnrtl CMiTktloa.Uoititvt to t rral tr all 4alt Trai.
than lolcol tip,iot Utl araiivs crlot,alttt tj
r rt)-Myuf. It rQtiti ucrsamortiillulltur
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t u n w u 1m It careful Dcnaal, Uu tlea
its cet.
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4sU.tr Ulitt, cosiotUai iruut,
DR. WHITTIER,
617 St. Charles strcot, St. Louli, Mo.
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