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iO POSrOFFICE.
...rtuiuliy from rtoOn.ni. Money
Order 8:00 a.m. to 6: 00 p.m.
u. - r-
Clow
Arrive. I
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ioxm
10:00
10:00
tl.iu
A. II. I' M.
Illinois Central II It
Daily.
Mis. Central It It
I)ltT.
Calm A Incennes
It It-Dally.
Cairo, Arkansas A
Tau It It Dally
Ohi Biverltoiita
Dally exc't Monday
MUs. Itirrr KoMte
Up, Sun. Tu. Fri.
Hown.Tu Tim. Sat.
Thebes Itoulc
Friday ft Saturday
3:W 1
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CIV)
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CM
O. r McKiAlo, 1 M.
ItAII.HOAMN.
ST. LOUIS.IRON MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
TIME OAHD.
EvpreM leave Cairo dally -2:M p. m,
Kx pre arrives at Cilnj daily 4:(o, ni.
Accommodation leaves CalMiUlly 2i"0. m.
Accommodation arrive ilally (except
Sunday) . - ...Ut'Oa in.
TIM CARD.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. j
TRAUSS tLKAVI C.Mr.O
Mall at - 12iir m ...Dally.
Express at. S.-oo p m "
Freight at 4:00n m. I'xrcpt Sunday.
Freight at -.. i i'Jp ni... " "
Aumrc AT UAIIIO
Mall at .. .. H30n in....- -..Dally.
Express nt Si) it In.. Kscvpt Sunday.
rrrlfrhlat Tt'Hti. lu. " Sunday.
Freight.-. .13 "'1 in.- " Snnday.
JAKS3 JOHNSON. Agent.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
THE
Aissiwm-r nnnnr i inr- I
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
ST. XjOUIS!
at
We Have Como to Stay!"
T
HIE train, nf tliU coni)any connect al St- 1
Lonl and Kut.-t. Louis, with all other
p. tothcJIiirtli. rrat unit Writ. j
line. to
TIME SCIIHDCU:
IeAVCairn
ArrlTC att Iul .
1" I5.ln. '
. b.S' p.m j
.. via ni.
Iave E.t SL Iiui. - ..
Arrive at Cairo-.--... ..
t -J" p.IU I
.. h. IIIVCKI.KY, tieneral .uirinteniient.
J. A. WKN1Y.. General raJiU"vr Agent.
JOHN" rot.tilTT. Agent
C IRO & VINCENNES R. R.
TUB SIlOKTBsT KOt'TB TO
Evansvillo, Indianapolis, Cincin
nati and Louisville,
lllNNIXfi THUOL'filC ItV HAVMUIir. j
Tho Shortit .ni'l Quickest Line to j
Fhiladelphin, Baltimoro and
New York,
Maktn; CIo.'C Canncclion't with the "Katt
MaU'MotUo Ka-t,
IXIlIAXAl'OLU AND CIStlSSATl KVI'KksL
Leaves Cairo - 8:il a. ni
Arrives at Carml Iu:(hi "
Arrirea at Vlncenne...-.-....-.-... .-12:S "
VIA ST. LOCH AMU f OnilKAIEIW IUILIIOAD.
Arrive at Kvaimllle - : p.m.
VIA ISDIASArOUi ANl VISCES.NM nAII.IlOAU.
Arrive at Imlianaiioll.-..- p in.
via omo a.vu msi5'iirri ilailhoad.
Arrive at North Vernon - CM p.m
Arrive at Cincinnati . b:l "
Arrlvl.at IuliviU s.Jtt "
CA1HO KXJ'iati
Leaves lndianapolij .... :3) a m
Ieav CinrJnnati 7:00 "
Ur Ixiui.ville . 7.10 "
Arnvea at VIncennej 1 :J p.m.
Leaved Vlnctnne .. .-"
Leaves Kvainllle-..-.- - JJ'-'O a.m
Arrive at Cunnl. UH p.m.
Arrive at Cairo . .. : "
T. A. KILLER. II. L. MORHILL,
Gen I'aw Ait't General Sup't
EJr'or information relative to rates and con
nections, apply to JAMES IlIGG-j,
1'aM.Acent
The Great National Route
WASHINGTON,
BALTIMORE,
PHILADELPHIA,
NEW YORK,
The East and North-East.
Amonj UiC nuwrlerldlrjj of ttt) 4 I'atorile
l.oute arc
Doubl Tracks. Btol Ralls,
Masnlficcnt Iron BrldKOH,
Oeorxeoaa Mountain Htrnory,
Unrivaled Equinmont,
I.ouKhriduo Air BralieH,
Unaurpaaaed Eatine Houses
And III fi all Urn Mu'l-ru Appllnneti that
ixmdnre to
SPEED, SAFETY & COMFORT
PULLMAN PALACE CARS
Hun 'lliruu;.ii
WITHOUT CHANOE
lUtwirn the
FOIt TIIIidUGH TICKEIS. IIAGGGAGI.
Checks, Moteiueut of Tralaa, sleeping ur
Accommodations, Ax., apply at Ticket
O Dices at all Principal Points,
NORTH, SOUTH, KA8T OR WEST.
i:.i:. DOIMEY,
Ass'lGen'I'lickit Agt
1IIO?.!'. J1AHUY,
Westell I'usrt-ligi r Agt.
L, M, UjI.K,
Geii'l'lkkit Agt
THUS. lt.filI.Mip,
Mutter (ifl'mnip'
PENSIONS
To whom Pensions are
ffig& lXZZ SfifSSao,
atnntentmissTou to a wnslon. 1 rartdtS
JSteiflraBloaaI3s&r3. tu
Aima,. H. f ITZClllALD.
Calud ttsMwCUia Agent. JBuwaViTg7i in.
HT Oa all letters mark i o, iJiti jajJ
' 'iisssiuulavtstMKrrcuiiwuti stHniKuni.
Ire lullin.
this rArKn is ox file with
Wlttro AilverUsLui Contract can tarn,
rr
NTKAM mATM.
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
von--
Paducah, Shawnoetown, Evans
villo, Louisville, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
, The cl nanl s iilc-whetl steam
ARKANSAS BELLE,
Ilts Howard ......Master,
i VALTktt 11. .'UMNlNOTOXH..... . ...Clrk,
HUM 1 . II t J-I 11TL-C.
liAY.ndnilDAYat o'clock p in
i in irave t,a:ruetery r. u. nci'A i mei
UHUAY at 6 o'clock u.tii
'1 lie Icgant snle-whcc steamer
PAT. CLEBURNE,
Juti lioir -..Master
Mat. Williau.......... - Clerk,
Lcates Kvanivlllc for Cairo every WLDNES-
, DAY ami sATUKAPY at p. m
leaves Cairo every 1 IILMtsDAY and SUNDAY
ai b p. ill
Kicli twit male close connections at Cairo
w'th flrl-cla stearacra for St. Louis, Mrne
phlsatidNew Orlenm. ami ct Kraniville will
I be K. A C. K. It fur all olnts North and Kail.
Irni
with i 1MV ... l 1,1 Ik t.'l Nil 1MU ........ au .
1 and with the Ijni.ille Mall Meainen fouall
j oinUontlie rpr Ohio, Fivini: Uirou,:hr
' eli.ts mi tivlghu and rcn;er to all t-ointi
. nuurary.
for iirthfr inroniMtinn apply to
S01. MLVKK. I'aJwnier Axnt.
.'1 Illl.Utl t 1
Or to l J GIMMMKIt.
.-uiHi
jli.
.'iiperinteodcut ami General Krelfht Aent.
.i-j-.iiv. r.vanvme inuiana.
Qentaur
INIMENT2S.
be marly rfect nrc the reciiiei of the won
derful kiin-KotliiiiK and healing Ctntaur Lint
iiientl.tliatwecAncontldeutally say they will
it lev lit If imy piitn uniting from flesh,
lioneor muse'e derangement. Weilo not pit
tend tliat they will mend n broken 1K or ei.
ti'riiiliiiitcliiilU. but even in tuch cu-hs they
u ill leduce the Inflamation and stop the pain.
Norcan neiraurentee the projier result nhere
the boIy i. iluiifil Uy Hlilaky. 1cm
pelnc I n necessary to a proper physical, m
mental condition.
Tin-Unite 1'ciitHiir l.lnlniriil U par
tlcuUrly ailapled to all raoeaof KlielinintUlll,
l,umlia;ti, Seuralsla. i:yrslelas, HiratiiNa
Itch, Chlllblalns, Cuts, Unil;e., Mines, 1'ol.ons,
J-calds, .Sclatlcu, Weak Itack, I'ulns in the side.
Wounds, U'lrpinp Sinews, Iliirno, Krotteil
Ki-et, PiiUy, har-iichc. Tooth-ache, II end -ache,
Ulcer, Old .-orei, llroken Ilreasls, sole Nip
pies, Sore Throat, Croup, Dlptherla, etc. 'Iht
most of thoe complaint the Centaur Liniment
u III cure ; all of th. in It n ill benellt. It will
ex Intel the iiiilmiu from bltei and stlnK
and Mill cure linrna ami urnliN without a
ecar 'IhefollowinK I. but a sample of a thoiu
and similar testimonials
Antiocii, III., Dec. 1,1.71.
"My wife lias for a long time been a terrible
EUffeter from Ithetimatisin she has trlcl nuiny
physicians and many remedies. 'I he only thing
which has given her relief Is Centaur Liniment
I am rejoiced to say this has cured her.
W. II iiING, 1'ostmaster."
It Is an indisputable fact that the Centaur Lini
ment are performing rum nrur before
pireelfil by any pnparatlon in existence, like
Chronic ltheumatism of thirty jeHm'atnnrt-Im.-.
tralhtenlng lingers andlolnts which luid
been stIU lor six Jears, taking the soreness from
burns, etc,
Onedollar. nr even llfty cents, incted In
Centaur I-lhlmint will be within reach alini
iteclilent iirriirt. and will do more good
than any amount ol money pal 1 for medical
attenilance. When physicians are called they
frequenty use this Liniment, and or course
charge several price, for it.
Tho Yellow Centaur Liniment
U adapted to the toiign eMn.inu.clesand fle.h of
theanulinil creation. Its effects uiKin set ere
en-ea nr limtln, Muiit, Wind-Gall, Ills.
Head ami I'ull-Ktll, are Utile less than inaral
loiis. Messrs..!. JlcCluie A Co., Dltigsht", cor.
..in. uim f i.i.ii Mtn , ti nt mini , IJ.. nay .
in our niigniioriiooda uuinit.r of ti-.ti
iimiter
aieu.inz me i.eniaur i.innnent. They pr
iiounce It superior to anything they hate et
!! It .. Lull n 1.1-1. -...... . I... I .
pro
....... ...nimniiiH at iijiii ur lite UOCII
Uiltles jur luontli to owners of hoises and
mules "
We have volumes of te.tiinonials describing
cures of Sprains. Kicks, Galls, Poll-Evil. Illg
Head, and ett n Koiiiiders, which are little in
than manels. No owner or an animal mti
alTord Pj 1 without a iMittle of Ontaur 'I.lnl
mint, tthlcli imy day may proe worth twenty
time Its cott.
old i tirywhere, but prcpanl cnly ut the
lAlHiratory of.l II. ltoe .V Co.,
lU 1U.Y Sr., Saw Yoiik.
Oast or ia.
. I lit.-, Mikly IuIiivk mid rhililhii nuv ml
hiiilth, and iniillirrn hate rt-xl, tlicy v,
- - - ' ii uier mil
ii-e I nstori.i. Worms, leteilsliness, tutlilng.
r?, ""ri,,oll"irJ'ndundiKeeliillood
iiii.i:i;iiiiiin ii i rons, ana planner .li kness
(ustuiiu will ii-.iinllali' the f.xwl, ene
. tt lirlllN. nn.t fiir, 1 1 ........ i.iu... '..
twenty year Dr. Pitcher cj rliuintnl In his
pntate iracllie to uoiluie an imnltc I iitliarllu
, and .tntnach regulator whlrli would In- us rfler
i iti-us tnttiir Oil, without itt unpleasant
. Uslc or recoil. 1
The reputation or his uxii imrut lAtendnl.
I rhyslcLins mid mirfes mpldly udoptnl his
! lilrlH'' ",c n,l,c "'
Ciiktoriaisua ih'iiannt lo lake no lionet .
I irgulati-it iestoiiia.il and bowels, anddiiea not
grlia;. ltlHiiilapteil to nil age. contains no
' nlch'iliol, iiiidli, itlolnlely hiiriuleait in
theiuosi linilerinlaut.
' i llt,".lj onco iiihI joii will iH-ser In
Hithfiiil It.
riepJivdHt the UlxiraluryofJ. II l!0e ,V
1 Co., U Hoy slrtel, New York. tl)-'.'-Sl.laiw
DSAUfor$1.00.
.to! one colir, (jm .ulU) 01 hglc coi'lej
5i,ttnlcdsi&'1 i",'"CW,
i'!v'c,n'1.a'?7lI"','.'llc,,'',5 l oin llrown
"'MvaIIr::
wZS nVi71- !l,e Vlu 'iroiv. . Z VveiSri"
he cjiiiege (uiikr.u. ;:::::. :::::;:: riilda25
I heie'K n I Ur tl. Candle.. .r." ..:"tte
Do von Itisi ly ! hlnk he Did,
Addrciisonlersto l!n,i w llliclui.ck- tint.
Usher MThlnl Avimu', N.'v. s.SSlCns.
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THE CAIRO
BULLETIN
Leading Journal of Southern
Illinois.
SlAi? 1
The Bul.'efin
IVtll steadfastly oppose the policies of Hi
Republican party, aud refusn to tt tram
mellcd utbe dictation of inycll'iue In the
Democrstlc organization.
It beifeves that the KepUblicuu paity ait
fulfilled lu mission, and that the t)emo-
cratlc party as now organized suoult. t i rc-
storoil to power.
It believes the ltadlcal tyranny that hi,
lor several years opjiriied the Soutl
should be overthrown and the people ri :
Southern States permitted to csntroi tbcu
own ad'alrs.
It licllevss that railroad corpor.tlon
tihoulil bo prohibited by legislative r-Lacti
raent from extorting and" unjustly dcrini-
inatlng in their business transactions wltt
the public.
H recognizes the equality ot all men
fore the law.
It advocates free commerce tarlll lw
rovenuc only.
advocates resumption ol spciie ;my
mcnt, and honest payment of tho public
debt.
It advocates economy in Ua duiolitrs.
tlon ol public aflalrs
AS A NEWSPAPER
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deavor to pleaie all tastea and Interest al'
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Visitor and Family Companion.
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WELERS
HOS. '266 S 2B8 WABASH AVE., CHICAGO.
Wl ltl M'Kt I A I. Nt.I-NMt KOI!
ELGIN WATCHES,
AND llr I I I I.MOlli OP
HOWARD WATCHES
WD S IMU.! -
. I Ijilies' nne Gold
I Giihl Open t'lltl".
' Gold Nivk Clu ('
Slit er est I lu
j Utile l'nt. t.
I CnVelU'Vits
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i Canl Man
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Office and Parlor Clocks of evory Description. Watch Materi
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-t-fterv,oetiitii-llIOAGO .houM e.ill at our i-tabPhnient and cvumlnc our GoO'Iih
J r,,r,J lut Cheopest I'rlce Is our Motto. t
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nal Gift Boole House, 135 South Filth
St., Philadelphia, Pa.
t OurEstablishlnint Is the oldest anil
oliae aiuii in incworiH.
Juil. It ha Ina ei'lnrs-il by the entire priMs, and more tlian ii,'0",'H eopli
throughout the L'nitel Slates.
Inl. Thcfaet of It Mne In siicressmi operation Tor twjntytwii )i-ars, Is a nini
clent guaraulif of faithful iiianagtment.
Illi. You are sure of bouiruble, promiit
Original Gift Hook .-toie.
1tli. Itliiioutllveilaircomtii'tltors, and is
iincemenis man eier ueioie.
ttth. Our long eviierlence elves us great
be generous.
7th. Our Hook and Gift ure purchased In
io raies, mwi we in e our patroiu
iilh. Ourgreatnlvantage. In but ing, enables usto glte f I, "m worth of Gifts with
titry i,'w uooks soiu.
Otis. oil get your books all new mid icrfetft,nt the lowest lelail prices, and a valua
ble Gilt in a Iditlon, five or oust, worth
and every book you buy.
Illlh. You get the full tabic or your money
..tin 10 me purcnuser.
1 1 th. Y'ou get more for your money than
I'-Mli. You have the chance or getting
urtss l auern, lis a gill Willi llie uook
Itllh. Y'ou can get any baok you want at the
ii, nee us exen?e
llth. Agents can sell with no trouble,!!1)
scnpiiou pian, unu no not nute. 10
l.'illi. We cannot afford to hazard our reputation, so dearly won, by nny inatteutlo
io our pairnns, ami we maae 11 u rule
NEW CATALOGUE PCR 1870, SENT FREE.
Address WILLIAM FLINT,
I'lUll'IllKTOH 01- Tilt.
ORI1GINAL GIFT BOOK
No. iaa soutii iPirtii stroot,
PHILADELPHIA, FA.
nt:w Aivi:itTisi:.Mi:.rs.
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AGENTS WANTED F03 THE
ENTERS ftHAL,
HISTORYoftheU.S.
The ireneral Interest In our thrllllnL' hlstorv
inukes this the faate't selling booketer publish
ed It emit tint a full account of the grand ( en-
tennl.il exhibition.
CAUTION Old, Incomplete .mil unreliable
works are being circulated; see that the book
you buy contains ill line enitratlngs and iru
imges. Send for circular and extra terms to
agents. Addren National Publishing Co., Chi
cago, Columbus and St. Louis.
$12
Adavathmoe. Agents wanted Outfit
and terms Tree. 'IltL'K A (.0., Augusta,
Maine,
VISITING CAIIti with your name llne
JI ly printed, sent for -"-c We hare Wl
st)lea. Agents Wanted) 'J miiii.lcs suit
for stamp. A.H.t'ULLt.lt 4 (JO. llrocktoii.Mass.
'OutUta'Cootiirliil'. of the Aiccm.
sOTniFiri "r "01 eminent and History.
H1SJ ioodt,Hd's I'uhPshlng IIoiim-
New York and Chicago.
$77
A WVl'i; iniarnnlu.l 1.. .,!.. .., I
female agent in their Mrallty.
l,osis iiouiing m iry n. I'arucuiars
rree. I' O VICKKItY ft CO..
Augusta, lie.
S5 to lB20.!'r;!?''',''.').,m Sainples worth
r -r pi ine.
stinsori .V. Coriipuuy,
Cortland, Maine.
PsYCHOMANl V or SOUL CH AltMIXG."
X How cither m may fascinate uml gain
the lot and iifTectlons of any irsou tliey
ihoobc. Insluiitly, 'I his art all ran posses free
by iiuilL for tf cent t together with a Marrl gc
Guide, Hgyptlan Oracle, Dreams, lllntatolot
diis.etc. I.ouO.uTOaoM. A Ijintr Hook. Ad
tsl WILLIAM X CO., Cull', Chlhi.
p
WHIT
WINE
"elehrated for It Piirltr, BtrenBthand Flavor
VNsrrioteil to K.'pl'leliles. We (aaranlrs It t
oeiittrety frci from Sulphuric Aclit or other Oeleterl
u iiirwUnre, with whlcli MO't IVaecrarlsxliilterated
Knr islnliir alllirocers. Ijirgen Vinegar Works In tin
H'orM. A-.W6.I-H. i:. l,.l'IIUbSlNO&CU.,Clilcago
Fits Sl Epilepsy
POSITIVELY CURED.
'I lie worst cases ol the longest standing by iin-
DR. UEBBARD'S CURE.
It Han Aurod ThoiiHands,
uml will gliu l'i inr a case It will not benellt
A butlleunt tree lo all uildiessliig
J i; DIIIIILKK, Chemist. Ollliet I.VJ1 Head
way, New York fi3-d&vllii
A fJ A r 1 IjYTSJ T P I" wunlid mover
-A.VJMli, ACOi,ty f,. n-uiik
I cslle'a Nvwspupeis uud Muguzlnes, the oldest
established llluslinleil I'rrloillcals In Aiueilni,
ehey uru now llrst offereil to canvassers, who
will, if they si-cine no iigeuey uud iclusltu ter
ritory. he enabled to Introduce scteuUen first-
class llluitruled Ceilodlctls, suitnl tons many
ilintluil tuslesor ttunts, and, wltli thecholce
from eight new and beiiutltul chromos, given
free of costs to ich iinnual subscriber, 1 en-
ubleil It secure one or moie .iihitrlptlons in
very family In tlu-lr district. To skillful can-
Vatser this will secure permanent employment,
and the renewals eurli ycurwlllbo u source o
lily and ussuied ruteiiiie. Hpeclinrn iiupirs
and most liberal irmssent to ullappllcaut who
name the territory they desire to canvass. Ad
dress, Agency Department, i'rnnk Leslie a
CubllshliiK llousr., tW Cearl Htnvt, New York
Vt lU-i'iii
- VMIII.IY 01'
niTif l'rn.
.-.imp Dishes,
"point Holders.
I lips and (mlili'l,
Ill-arch l",
(.old Thimble,
-ihrr 1 hlMMln,
Gold I.osKV,
-hlrt till'
Seal liliiaV
llrooches,
0K'nt Glii-"
1 anil'.' -e:.
Cmrl Si ts.
Itr P'tchcrj,
Books at tho Origi S
only reliable, us wtll ns the lirge't liotlv J
mid llbeml dealing, by sending to I In
still In the uceadant. offering gitatcr In-!
ndvautagei In buying, ami we can afford tc
large ipuntlties, wholly furcvli, nt erj
ins largest snaie ol me prollts.
from Jo cents to liv dollars with each
in books, and the gift nrc so much clear
can be had ut any other store
either a Goldor Silver Watch, or Llcpini
purcnaseil.
lowest prices, and u handsome girt will
Hooks on our plan, to one on the old nils-
ineai n penny lor ouiui,
10 snip auonici me nay they lire refute
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l)i:ST AND CIIKACKST
I'apir nililllil In South, m Illinois,
GAIRC
V
Z31sXjX30rOXIS.
Tho TrustcoB of tho Cairo City
Property tli-Mtv to mil imlilli- ntts-ntlott
o Ills nit'ilt nl Hu ll irowrty, roinprN-
liuj a ooii'lili-rubb' imrllnn ol tin-I'll v of
Jniro. In Alcxtiiiilrr County, in lite stale
rillluuN. itml lamU ltiiiiieillali'lyjuljfi-
oi'iit llicrrto.
I'lils cltv. a. Is well known. Is ltii itniUt
tho vonltuencu of thu Ohio utid .Mississippi
livers, nt tho licud of uultitcrtiplcd natlgti
tlon on the .Mississippi, U'inx below (ill
structlons by Ice In the tvlntcr and low
wntcr In mtmiior, uml thus ha a clear rind
open rlcr communication ut all times otcr
mo . Mississippi nml Its tributaries, with nil
the eoutitry south, to the Gulf ol Mexico
and tho Atlantic Ocean. Cairo hap also the
same character o! communication with nil
tho country north ot er tho strennn Hon ing
by It, when thoso streams uru not Innavi
gable bv teasoii ol lei- or low watqr.
Uclorc the era of Uallrouls. Cairo had a
couimaniiiiig po-inoii as a centru or com
tuercc and navigation. This iinpottuiico ol
position shu still poMi-jse. but has now thu
aiiniitonai adtantauu ot IicUil' h creut r.-.tl
road centre, a iiutiiber ol the most Import
ant railroads In the Valley ol UicMisiolppl
vnnvvrsjIiiK to utnl lialii( their termini
there. Anions these, comliiir from the north
am tho tfreut HIinoN Central It.iilroad,
which traverses the eiitlro statu of lllbiois
lrom;lts extreme northern andnortli-o'i'tcrn
to it soutiiern limits, and by ltconiiu'tIoii4
oxtetuU Into all tho great northwit.tern
grain producing State.; the Cairo nml In-ceiini:-,
evlcnilliigrroin Cairo lo I tie City ol
Vlrtcriinca, In thu State of Indian i, wbero
Its connections nllord direct railroad com
tiiunlcatlous with all limtcrn cities; and
the Cairo .VSt. Louts Itallruad. mluriiliii-
direct railroad communication with the
:uy ni s.t. Louts and all tho railroads ecu
tcrini; thero. The loads comlnj,' Iroin the
jjoutli are the New Urlcani', .laekson and
Great Northern and tho .Mobile and Ohio
llallroads, which jrtvo direct rullroad coin
inunlcalioii with tlm c 1 1 1 -: . ol .M. bile and
Now Orleans, and oth r Southern Atlantic
sea potts, and by commoting; roads with all
tho country couth of Cairo; and coinitis
irom inc soiuiitvc.i lsino iairo, .vrKan-iu
and Texas Itallroad. which atroril Flinlltr
coiiituunlcntion with sjoiilhcrii Mi,ourl,
Arkansi. anil Texas, and the principal ett
lc of those State. This laM-nainct! foul
will ttlvt', nNo. direct eotineciion with Iho
Texas ami Tactile lload when It Is com le
ted, thus tjltlti direct coiumunluallou wl h
tint principal port! ol thu l'ncltii; tJcoan
'1 Iiesn radronds, terinlnatlnat Cairo, are
now an compieieu ami in rucc(-iui opera
tion, those in Illinois coining into tbu cltv
on a bank ol each ot the rivers, Ohio und
Mississippi, and terminating at their conflu
ence, thus encircling tho city. Thu Holly
Springs. Ilrownsvllle and Ohio Itlver Kail
road, and tho Cairo and Tenucsco Klver
Itallroad, which will both terminate at
Cairo, areln course or construction uml will
soon be completed, and other railroad both
in Illinois and in titatc south of tho Ohio
river, which will n'o terminate at t.'alto,
aro projected, ana arrangement made to
build them. The construction of tlieso
will greatly Incren-e tho rtllroad voimnuul-
cations oi euro
It central location lu tho tiror'. Valley of
tho Mississippi, uml the great v. ialth of river
and railroad communication, cm- to Cairo
lltlbll Cl.C.ftil ml L'.lll.K.j atu n Anm.nnr..lnl
U ...... . H LU HtKUIHUi:. U1 M ta'fllll.lbt Ll.l
point, a IttilTord to her eay and cheap ac
cess io an mo grain prouucinK uistrict oi
the North and West, and similar access to all
the agricultural produce consumers of tho
South, thu presenting tho best location in
the Westloran Interchange of tho respect
ive northern aud southern commodities nml
productions
As a manufacturing location tho nnsltlo
of Cairo Is not less Important. The ertidu
materials or every description, which con
ktltlltn Oil. (diitnitiitu fif miniir.i.tnr.wl rli
cifs, abound on evory sidu, Iron ore, coal.
,t ....-II... '....I ,l...i
ui riiiuiiui ,uuiiij, unu iiiiioer ill uterj
character, moru than others, lielng easily
and cheaply accessible, and tho lich ngrf
cultural region of tho Immediate neighbor
hood, us well a the more remoto districts
rendered tributary to It by river and mil,
furtiM supplies oi the necessaries of llfuin
such abundance a to render thing except
ionally cheap When tho mamifuctir ,d arti
cle aro produced, the facilities fo cheap
distribution by river aud mil aw not
citalled.
Cairo ha a moral, Intelligent, liberal and
enterprising population nr about I'.OO'I litis
a superior system of public kchools, which,
Willi other conducted by private, outer
prise, atlord unuirised educational ad
vantages Is possessed or well-established
churches of nearly ovory denomination
has publn and pmntu buildings nfa tune
rior character-has clltnute, which rirsa
Itlbrity and hcillhliillnlltienceH cannot bo
joirpassml-tuw a Well-regulated and of
I clettt municipal organlicitlon, ih ".trcela
IlKhled with gas, uml utliur metropolitan ad
vantages, which mako It highly deslrablo
and In reality not to be nxci'llod-iis a pl.ico
ol permanent reside iico.
I.olaand laud li ( tdin e.ieiiow ofTered ut
vorv low ihU'cs. uilordlng (itvnrablo oppor
tuiillles in ptirehaso, uml thu owner jiro
sont thu location to the pulilie an ofl'urlng
uurlvuled adVHiilsK)" lor the successful c.
tabl'hhiui'iif. o( commiTi'lnl or inanttlactur
lug cntcrprlseii, am tho best locality lit tba
country for urolltablo InvuHnuntol capital.
M. bTAATH TAYI.Olt,
KnWIN I'AKSONH,
rustoes, etc.
Caiho, III,, May Ut, 1874.
tVllMf
WHY AIIF TnE
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The Best Coal Cook Stoves?
w quickest mm
THEY ARE
(tconomicai.
Convenient,
Cleanly,
Durable.
Sizes, ttylci and prices (o svit every ere.
U sure and ask your dealer far lh MONITOR.,
WM. RESOR L CO., Cincinnati, a
Manufacturers of nil Klnda of BtoveB for
Cooltlnir niul Ucatlutr FurpoBc.
rf-Send for Intnlogne i-'J-ilAw M-ew-ly
DcJaccnae3
CE.TTRAIi
MLQIOAL
IIsSXITUTJB,
703 Ohostnut ot., ot. Louis, Mo.
iwun'ni'ri j'l (AlLJa l.i'J.LJAliTHCATa
ULZfA'lti sbCCi-swr -l UUIMAHV l).uctS.
lisoitil:rvrUfducajifM! Ij Mom tttt f jouiii
trtbci wi cf Ufrjif--Kti 8rrntorTliay.
rcml&tl leCMo, IIcTTOUtt Uttriliip" BicriUtr, Im-
ttQnco.ftbdtutr ji-ojieuuau, rkaMof tuaiutl
1;, ttfTMifitu,Ifi4cf Titarf, IrrluttUiij.loiltMtUi.
ttrtfstt&M t'cCl'KLrU(ra.lM4-ttr r raYocUtvaelniarHaaa
traueMilabriiii tvtris:atcrLifli.uHof f
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v3cu& livl, i nniulritvi.i,iD0vU,Uro4t.
r3c,ia:a,A.-.,vlieX.ll CUUAf-.ytiUsirafur.
7trKatftJftf tt, us t irH 1 m, coull to Wifr. Our
ttirtyfijrt -,ix!L irtmjiit itrimril tollHl
Cb.,((4,.4i t-.r- 1 b tl .1 ml i;nk'tva4. Vrnait4
44i Lit, t at H f ol ritliUl7 t fctrtwM l
UiidioOtuno la ceilcl onviop(cr twoiiua.
BOOK OF NATURE. .
ratals, it HI ftce nl ft ccrtW of fi teir.tUra.
Kmy rrt-tt, Is k miv. k: t m rtbot.uEi.
locnUf,LM Ilsrtit3iu,rirftt44riwrr. 0ci.m
atnt.
AiJf i, Dr. aTauei, Ccnt-ii Hdio4l ZiuUtutc.
700 Cjaaiut litwt, Bt. lxm, Xo.
Dr. Whittier,
617 St. Charles street, St. Louie, Mo.
A TfIr fttt itt tft UojUU rCt, tt brij 1rr
tLfs,-MiQt'-:--ui trttoii of ft.) VantraVl.UcxuAl
.nd Chronlo lils4tra Ut( to? citr j-.Hu u bb
sWitl.fttfit f; iit tt., fttvl felltatl texkltfiU .MT,
Syphllii. Oonorrhva, OUt. Blrlcturt, Or
chltn, Hernia, or Rupturo.all Urinary Dtiiic
and Syphihiio or marcurial afTacliona of th
throat, iltiri or bonaa, art tril tia ioprallii
itv, 9 Utit tKlbtl9 trtsttfift SWy, rrtttui.
6psrma1orrhooa. Sexual Debility and Impot
ency, i urM'ltr 8ut6iiQ ywii, tl ttcifi
laixaUsrrTtrlerttsr c, .m wivie f rvjMt ou
lr It fMlUvUf t?XtlI DrfMILll. tstaJSt.1 tttilllMI.
dUuir, iliniLctsi ( iLitt, (JefcctiT marj, ( Lostl n Ut
fiee, i ajsl 'iif, truiiim totocUt; ! fi.eeft.lr
tf tit, 1&M tt ibi ovtr. tu.. rtti-UrHf tnanitairt
Inpropercr unh4pp7,sr(snB6tiiJtuMi. riDfun
(t tl) n!usf w Cut tbvTo, ft i la tVl &rk.rt.
ttt iwe ii4M. CoBiula at tr Iftutt
t;; bvl IbTiwrJ, a fl& Itj u or Ui(rl ta B'tt-
fco it I IttttOfnUBi to TUU U ett IW ULBtLu
fU4KliiICa tBttj' ipfre)cr taHt7bfrtT Car
v Uceitrifiuriaut,UrtdoiitiiitllUfrtc.k,.7itM.
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Pamphlet, to any add rati, for Two Stamps.
MANHOOD fcV.M;?
WOMANHOOD rV'.'d'L'm.a11
BeatsalMl,alltbre,forSOCnu.
Miahood Bad Womanhood in Osrtnsn, brtj
togtth.r, lllustrittd, IS Ctntt,
iMARRIACE i
pfl. ( GUIDE.
ZUetrant cloth &nl fflltblndlne. Staled for 60c.
(tr,r fit w&drtu vft. Lictofl, Utt to 11-! ariKUn
th r:Mi tvUc'-ai tar BtrrT, b Lot, vt,
tVrewr t ta'rr, 'Lotnirtret, llattflo-1, Weta
-, fajUal dr ?h ffaH fLf 1 tltlM,
wtj Wui4 uirry i llovhf tal LrtlDi k7 t lucrre.il.
TLt ThjiUMtj f U'rojacttca, b1 Biter 7lWt-l
twrrtevl or wtapuo LitrrUit r.l 1l
Afitr ar.rt(tfcu, I tiiMttfrwa totwa at
nTtl eoorUtlo,Ui.it.H t tt tr tU a-lall jrnt..
then loclcexl up.tMUU avrovoi orlott,kliIi riay
tr rtrav)iD4. ii ooouLd at OToam of indleal liter
ature). Usxiifiti Tt&ri la ta t iibit i rtue,B4 vtna
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Ita ooata.
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03cvmat7uli. CLfrt fi TiU la irui. i'jt
h.iLtt .itlMt, ta:lul& actfrut,
DR. WHITTIER,
617 St. Charles ilrect, St. Louis, Mo.
A itJjr anj raJUal curt
iftr Rupturt or Atrmta, in
jcunrer etd varantttd by
v tht 3u4ton tnttktd cf treat.
fttnt. Atolideurtcrnote CU onor wnH ta
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8. ULOIRS. SOKES. Kip.
I BST. lb
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