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CUHO POfcTOFFICK.
Otnts Uovm Kroiii 7:.!0 a.m.
Vw.j Hamlar from 7Io!h.ni.
rdr 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Id G..W
Mimi'V
eioMt
Arrives,
A 1 I' M
!:.
llllnol Central 11 U
Dally.
Miss. Central It U
3:')
'! W
1 ti
10.00
10:30
10:00
lo. og
0:09,
Dally.
Cairo t Vlnccniicfi
ltll-Pally
Colro, Arkansas A
Texaalt It Dally
Old lver I ton to
Pally exe.'t Monday
Mis. Illvcr lUiulo
Up, Sun. Til. Fri.
Down, Tu.Thu. Sat
TlwlK itntite
Friday A .Saturday
t.csl
C.ik)
HoTV M. !
O. V. McKsaio,
RAILROADS.
& SOUTHERN" R. R.
I
Kxrresl leaves (;lro 'ally .." 1"'' I', m.
Kxprcss arrives at Cairo dally I:iiu In.
Aecomnvxl.il Ion leaves Cnlrodally ...2:)s in.
Accommodation arrive dully (except
Sunday) Ihciit m.
TIME CARD.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
thaw l.r.vn cxino
Hall at ll:15i m .... Pally
Kxnress at..- 3:i s in '.'
Freight at tun in., l.scrpt -iiiidsr
Freight at. . 4:01 i in...
A Kill T jr. AT CAIRO
Mall at 2:Wia in....- Dally.
KxpresJ at........... V:M p iii...Krept undy.
rrcldhtat 7:"p. in ,. i-un.lsy
Freiehl a' .1.' 05 m... . " Sunday.
JAMK3 JOH.NOON. Agent.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
tub
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
ST. LOUIS !
at
We Have Como to Stay!
TIIK trains of till' C4niiaiiy mnnert at St.
Louis ami KastM. fouU, with nil oilier
Hum tothe.lnrtli. Kcnut mill Writ.
TIMK SuTlKDII.K
Leave Cairo - in. Ma. in.
Arrive nt.t.I.oul Mp.m
I,e.vre Eist St. louis . '-"a in
Arrive at Cairo 1 p.
.1. 1.. 1IIXCKI.KY, lieneral Piiprrlnti-ndrnt.
I. A. WK.VIZ. (inn-nil rnscnger .vgeni.
JOII.V FdHlillT AgenJ i
C4IR0 & VINCENNES R. R.
TIIK i-llOKTI.ST UOl'Ti: TO
Evansvillc. Indiaunpolis, Cincin
nati and Louisvillo,
KLNNINCc TIIriOl'GII 1Y PAYUOIIT.
Tlio Shortest ami (juickeid I.Iim In
Philadelphia, Baltiraoro and
Now York,
Making Ctoc Cvnncctlom with tin "I'.vt
Mnll" to tliu Kn-t
INMAN.VI'OU ANU CINCINNATI KXI'l'.l.'S
Leaves Cairo - r:in in
Arrives at Carml "".'
Arrives at Vln wniie ........l-ii.
VIA NT. LOUH AMU OUrll:AliTKIlS IlllUIOAtl.
Arrive nl J.'vttiKvllle I P
VIA ISnlASAI'OLH ANII VIXI'KINK-I II.UI.IKIA II
ArrlvMatlnilLinapolIi '-'I p in.
via oiiio ANu iiif.ni'-sim iiailuo w
Arrives at Nortli Vernon -'''' l'-!-
4 li... m. f'l.ilnnutl
144. M.
Arrivl. at Loulivlllc
. f.l" "
CAino Kxrnu-m
Leave lnilliinapolis - ''W m
U-Aven Cincinnati :'
lau'.liilllle -4il0
Arrivcant Vluceuncs - ins p.jii.
Leute. Vlnii'iiiieJ :'
IeaveaKvainitillv 'J.'W a. in
Arrive. at Cnnnl I'-ni.
ArrlVM lit Caho - U.M
F. A. KILLKR, H. L. MORKILL,
Gea' I'aM.As't (lent iul Sup't
rtl'or Inforinatinii relative to rates ami con
nexion , apply to .IAMKS IllOtlS
I'llSH. AKHlt
The Great National Routo
WASHINGTON,
BALTIMORE,
PHILADELPHIA,
NEW YORK,
The East and North-East.
AU.TEAWSRWWAWAsHllIfiHKi:?
Am'iiiJ 111' har:iMrriilr(i of lhi I'jt'inle
Itniite ute
DouhU Tnclca. Stool Rallx.
M!rninccnt Iron BrlUrea,
0orita Slountatn Scenery.
Unrivaled Equipment.
IincbridRi Air Brake.
Unanrpuacd KaVlm,- Itouoea
,u 1 m ltal the Mirlern i li .ii---.t
rmi-llKe to
SPEED, SAFETY & COMPORT
PULLMAN PALACE CARS
liun TtitMizli
WITHOUT CHANOi:
lletwi nil'
;1
2iil.rn Cilia
TTIOU JHUHCiill 'lICKl.'l. ltA(...AI.K
X1 lucek., Movement ol 'I ralu, !-lcepliisr ar
Acemmo.li.lloB, &r Ar., Br,,y at Tlrlet
omce.at all IWIiiY.,iiipi,
NORTH, 80UTH.ka.hx 0R west.
K.lt. DOIISl.Y, I M 0).
A't li'en'l 'I Icket At tien'lHij As,
1 IIO', l UAltltY, TIIOS. 11 Ml Altp,
Western Piuneiijfer Ast ilatterofl'niDp-'i,
PENSIONS
To whom Pensions are
g44yBg.DfyHiMn.i,i
mm
THIS l'APKn IS on fim: with
Wkr Advertising Contract can 1m tnaJ
NTI'.AM IIOATN.
Evansvlllo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
-KOB--
Poducata, Shawnootown, Evans
1 villo, Louisvillo, Cinoinnati
ana an way landings.
The elegant side-wheel strain
ARKANSAS BELLE,
IIks Howard - - -llatlir
Waltui 11. l'.MMN.tos.... ... . ..Clerk.
Will h-ave Kvansvllle for Cairo every lUKS-
DAY and I'KlDAYal 4 o'clock p. in
111 leave Cairo every vVKPSKsDAYnndS.VT.
I'ltDAY at O o'clock n in
, Hi' elegant siuc-whcc. sUain-t
-1 L-
I - .M',-4
PAT. CLEBURNE,
JnltMlioir - - ...Mmtcr
Mat. William. ... tleik
Ixavea Kvunsvllle for Cairo every WKD.NKS-
DAY and .-A l l'ltADY nt S p. in
leaves Ciilroeiiry I lli;it?l)AY ami SUNDAY
nldp m.
i:arli liont liuLe rime eonnretloii" at Cairo
vUlli lirl-rl.iJ4 Ktramrra fur M l.ntiU. Irni
plils ami Nctr Orleans, anil at Kvnnsrllle Itli
Hie K. AC. It. It fin nil w.lnlj Notlli.nnil llatl.
nn'l Willi Ilic l.nill.nllK' Mnll Meuinru fni-all
dints mi Hie trpper Ohio, r lug HiniiiRlni
el.t mi freight nn'l imnH ners lo all Hliit
rilmtnry.
For nrthi r Inform itlmi apply l
Mil.. MIA KK. 1'iHM-ngiT Ati' lit.
1IAI.MDA YllltUS., i,.c,.ii
.1. M I'lllI.I.Il'S, p'"1"
Or to (i I.KAJI1IKH,
JHIHTliileinleiit ami (.u.cial Krelirlil Apnt.
l.K1.'.vlv. KmhrMlle lii'liaiu.
Qentaub
INIHENTS.
St neuily )rfeet are the itciih-.h of the won
iletful ikiiii-oiiihliii( uii'I hejIInK Centaur I.Iiii
ineiiK, lliat eGin eoiiiMentally nay they will
ulli't liile any luilii nrrl.iliiK Ironi i1uj.Ii,
hoticor tiiuic'eiferaiiKi mcnt. Weilo not pie
teml that they w III ineml u broken 1K r
KtiiiIiiiiii'IioIIn, hut een In mieli they
will rehire the Inflainatlnn ami flop the pain.
Nore.ni u saurentee the proper U'iiiIU when
IheWly It IMilHiiiii'd ly Mlilsk). 'I'tin
IKrraiiee Isa nive.4ary to a projier pliy.lml, a
mental e.militlnii.
Tin- M lillf (Viiimir l.liilnii'iit N par
ticularly ii'lapted to all ra'einf Itllelllllllt Um,
l.uitll'ti'o. NcurulKia l". raipi la. Sprnlll.
Itch, Chlllhlaliii, CutH, lltul-eii MliiKu, I'oWoik,
Neahls Sciiitica, WenV Dnck, Pain. In the uhle.
WouiuU, Wiejilli).' Mncwg, lllirilv, KrosKnl
Feet, lHlyt l.al-i:lu', Touth-ache, lle:ul-acl:e.
Ulcer, Ohl miiw, llruken llreni., u)v Nip
plv, Sore 'I hroat, Croup, Diptlicria, etc. 'lhe
inot ortliiv.ceiiiiiplaliittho Centniir I.lnlmenl
will run-; alloflhelii It "111 lenellt. Itni
4'Mi iicl tin poison fiiuii bite ami tllii?.,
amlwlllcuie Imiiiih mill HliN tlllmitt a
rear The lollon Ills I hula aluple of a tlioil--nlil
tllllllal' leitliiioiiiiiln ;
Antiocii, III,, Di. 1, 171.
"My wife h.n fur a lung lime been u terrible
KOlTrier tioiu ltheiiur.itlm. She huit tiiel many
plijnlcluu ami many remedies, 'I he nuly tiling
which Iiuh 1 veil her relief U LVntaur I.iiiliiienl
1 am ujolce.1 to .iy thl.hns rurel her.
W. II Itl.M!, rostmaster."
II Nan fmtlpiilable fact tint theCeulaiir I.inl
iiii'iits ate iHifurmiii cures net. er before
I'lleeled by any preparation in rxislenre, like
Chronic ItlioiwiuttJ sin of thirty yen rVntnuit
tiix, itnllitenlni,' lingers anillolnta which h.ul
bten rlill'torrlx ,MJI, takiuirtlie torenesai from
burn, ete,
Onedollar. or even llfly renin, liiM-.ldl in
Centaur l.inlineut will lu within reach mIicii
mi iirelilent m-ciir. ami will do more cowl
than any amount ol money pall for medical
attendance. When iliv.lclan ale eallul thev
liivpienty n-e IhU l.iiiiiiunt, and of courc
i nurse ceterai prices lor II.
Tho Yellow Centaur Liniment
it adapted lo lhe lotion kin, inuxJi-sand ilenh of
iiieanuimii rniiuoii. Il.t innii upon enre
a-e ol" .-pinln, .'neeny. Wlnd-UiH, Hhr.
Head and 1'nll-l.ill, are little leu. Hun Kunal
loiis. Mmiii..I. Mcl Inn- A Co., Hru;sl-li. eor.
l.bnumt Kront.t , (.lncilinali.il , ra) .
"In ourneli;hlirho.jIa number or tiunisttri
areiKins the I enlaiir I.iiilii.ini. Tin y pro
iiouiice It u4rir to aiiythln? they liati: ner
j44l. We tell u hlsh n tour or Ute ilneu
lxiltle. )r mouth lo imnir of h'jr and
iiimIm '
We have volume of tealinioniah dtwriMnk'
rure.or-praln. hitkn, l.alU, I'oll-Ktll. Ilix
llra'J.andcrrij Konr.dtr, whlrh are llllb: lr
lliau nurnU .N iiivi.i r of an anlnuil ran
aiTinl lo l without a litllc of Centaur l.ini
m.ni. width ny iiiiv proie nf.rlh Inenlj
time- tin ro.
-.M frr wliere, mt preuml rnlv at the
l.iHontiiry of. I II. lUoe A Co ,
l Di V "I . NfcW ohk.
Oastoria.
ki -4ii m l , ii.f. ii Kuy
iietin. aa.i mnllifp, luir re-il. Ifllier ii
' vi. .ii.i WrfWM. fri.l4-i, lf.tl.mj'.
lil.l enlle, ..A,r .nn l, ,,.( iia,ii"I furt
Make h I." rvr, 4Mt vlvlne. ,iell'. .
' '' J "iart (he iVI e.et
m.ri.i. i.i.i r.rrrft Ail lke Ikin ,t
'? Iv fnvaer etferKnrnMt a hi4
pnt4V4V j4f r.i prrtr i enVeln. I a,in
awt OVvltUeli f r Mr,r irh.eh trW tjr m rfe.
ine M4tr ! iv.(t m Hf,Af,r,nt
lufnt ree'.ll
lit rriitittViKof k. T(lment xlni!.
I I7irlUn ao.1 rmi-e ripullr i4,rt
rewiwly. lo whKh he r! iu n.inve f
lori
. ( Ml.rUn as ilenHII In pil,,,,, boner,
reulte the itomuh awl UmtU, ted M,
rrfii. II is adapted lo an jr ..num. if
alcliohfll, arnl Is il.nliile, tinrme u
Upmost tender infant-
IrrCaitoria one aad you will neer l.e
without it.
1 Prepared at lhe laboratory of J, ! e A
Oj.,i.Doy.lre't..Ve-.r York II) 'J-2I-I ,w
BJAU for 91.00.
Ten ( levant hi ti of Cliolc.- Music arrannl
lorthel'Uno Korlewlll Ix-nent by null on re
tiid ol one ih liar, (post ImIiI) or single copies
"l I iKiitdeivh,
d'li!!'5'. V ,"' ordeied tliroiiKh any news
'"wrln Ihu LnlUil State.
U'l! i 'lt,2,.,1y,7.ln .Tom I'.niwn
Karl)?; i""A-1 Clarlble
iiiKhiyt'i-v,1'" ttyi1""
1 he"j"i''r, 'Cr, r1 ,,u "u" wv,!:;'r
, 'I he College ljul, Ul ;V,""1";
t There',, alx-iie b, , 'ci;;;;ii;: - "".''.hV.
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THE CAIRO
BULLETIN
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Th Bulletin
Will steadfast! oppose tbe pollclek ct lu
Kepubllcan party, and reftun to be lri:.
mellcd 4, tho dictation ol aiiy. liiic In the
Democratic orant.atloa.
It lieileven that the Jtcpuhlicati pally ui.
fulfilled its tulrtlou, and that the Utnin
cratlc party as now organ'znl sho'.iU. I t r
stored to power.
Itlullevoi the Itadical tyranny that hi
for several year, oppresred the Voilti
should be overthrown and tho people 1 1 ill
Southern .States permitted to rontrci thri:
own atlairs.
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mcnts from cxtortini; and unju-tly ds-crim
iiiatlni; In their busliicjs tramacttoni witt
the I'liblic.
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fore the law.
It advocates free comuierce
revenue only.
tirltl lot
advocates resumption ol tpcite ;.y.
ment, and honest piyincnt ol the tttjlic
debt.
It advocate! economy in tin l u nlitrj
tlon ol public all airs ..
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k' I J Yf IIOMASt ol I. lllAISMISd
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iriall, for 2 rents; tonl,. r llli a.Mairisitr
.Hide, t.-yptlan Ora.le DtnuiH Hint . lo l.i
d'!B,rlr f.ioui'sisol'l ininr P.ook d
ul WI I.I.I AM AlO I'c'i's, Phils
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WINE
irtsft l'if Its I'nrllr, HtreiiellisnlKlitsrnr
A.rrtnml to KsepPltkle. Ve l.iiuruiilrr It li"
r.r.t rclv free fr. tn Huh.hnrl arurnrrilherrlslelerl
ei4Qiuftee.t.itii,ich .Vo4i I n.0'jrlr.dajtrratei
' .rsin,rili sr., lMVf Vliit-r Woit-s a ii.i
Fits Sl Epilepsy
POSITIVELY CUHED.
'I h- worst tu t ol lhe lon((et standing by us.
IliK
DR. JIKItnAUD'H CURB.
It IIa Aurod Thousands,
and V4III glse II p,r acafe It will not U m ill
A l.tlle sent file to all addressing
. r. DIIIHI.KK, diniii.l. Ollliei I.V.', I!rod
way, Srw Yoik t-.1-dAw.lm
A " A Ct VffP U wanlid Ini'srr
I eslle's ,S'ewspsrs and MuMliics, the oldest
Mlabllshnl Illiiitrated I'rrlo'Ilcal" In Aiinrlri
elier arv now flrtl olb reil lo cunassirs, who
will, If they keiure an agency mid incltulle ti r
rll'.ry, U-inabhil lo lntio.lur scwutccn llrst
class lllii.iralid I'rrl'stlrrli, solid loas many
disllnrl la.lesor usnl', ami, uilh IhethoUe
fromiiht new and l.uiiirul rhroiuos, glun
fieof r.i.ts lo im h uiniiiil sulwcrilier, Ihi en-
ableil ll sei lire ot , ,. tuh.rriptlou lu
ery family III llu lrdlilrlct. To skillful can
vassers this Mill Mcuiepcimuiieiit imploymriit,
and Hi.-n m-wali mill in i III l.e u source o
lad
iy Lu., 44-iiii-ii ivieuue, npei inn ii i'up4 is
Ilmisl lilxrul 1 1 mi sent to all applicants it ho
ami imisl Ills rui I lUissrnl In nil am
li.llue llie trrmorv l .l.l... im-uiiirii.. a.i
."AfA. .iK,,l" I'eparlinent, Hank Uslie c
I'llim.hlint HoilM', is; 'v irl Slleet, Neil ii'lk
I" III. I in
PRUSSING'S
VINEGAR
ntiil Retail
i.t. vi oi if or
WATCHES
- s l!,l I V Ol"
CiifVisj t'ltu.
- tup Dl'he.
Spoon Holder'.
( ops and liobb-t,
llrarelets,
liold lhlmbles,
illierllili
I .O ' 1.4,41
-lilrt 'i
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M-d lliiiix
' J.'ll ei-.
"ichcrs,
Illnoclies.
Opirn tiln
Ac
Watch Matori-
only rt liable, as will a the lir.'e-t hoii'i
pres-, and m ile thin 5,,"'.S" li'pb
and nigral deitln. hv sendlutf to tlx
still In the a'ce.idint, nlTeriUL' irn-aler In-
advtnt.ije.1 Inbuyln, and we cjii all'.ird !
from cents to U" dollsis with e.ich
In li.iok', and the plfMarc so much rl?at
Iwhad at any oilier store
elthern GoMor -liver Watch, or IMrani
piircnaceu .
low rat prices, and a haml-nmc irlft will.
THE DAIIiV BUIiliETIN.
rjlllK IIUI.I.K'IIN jpnbllh.HleMryinomliiK
(except Monday) In the Hulls tin liulldlng, cor
ner Washington avenue and Twel.th Uriel.
Tux IIillktiii Is ecrvt.1 to city subscribera by
faithful carriers at Twenty -Klve Cents a Week
payable witkly. Ity Mall, (In advance), JlOper
annuinj six luonthi, C three months, 43; one
monlh, l i:.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
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that subscrilier will obtain for a subscription
rice of lajr-ir.
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tne ivjusre, to wivks j ,yj
One sipmie, three wmLs im
One tipiie, one month in
W KHM.Y,
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Kuch subseipient Insert!' i
ktfOne Inch Is a iKpiare.
CTo rtgnlarmlvirllscrs weomrsuperlorln.
ducements, both as to rate ol charges ami man
ner of displaying their favors.
Coramunfcatlon upon nub)octa of teen.
ral lntereot to tho public solicited,
Ztf All lluslucoi Letters should be addrc .ul to
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Hi:vr AND CIIF.AHM'
1'npir publNhed lu outl.i-i n Illinois.
iXaXsiixroifa .
Tho Trustees of tho Cairo City
l'roporly ilcslic in cull mi)1I- ntlcniliui
to llie incilN nl Hu ll it-ni(tiy, i(iiiiul.s
ill. :i i iilMldci-.ilih" luiilliui o Hip - of
I'iiilii. Ill AlcMilnliT Coiiuly, In Die Stuff
id' Illinois. :iml l.-itnM iiiiiiu-illiilrlv iiil:i
i cut tlii'ii lii.
This ell i ntf d vs ..II L iiiiei. t . ln.il a. I .1
the confine nco of the Ohio cud .Mlsrdvslppl
rivers, lit the head ol tiiiluieruided uav i,.n
Hull (ill tliu All'i-I I pi, IcIuk below nb-
strucllons b) Ico In the vvltitor and low
Wiili.r In kiimtiinr ..ii.i II lit. I.,.. n ..I..., n.t.l
open river cominuiiic.ition at nil times over
II... St.. I..I....I I .... ..i.....i- ......
iiiu .Mi-sissippi uoii us iiiouianc", wiiii mi
the eountrv outh, tu Ihu Unlf ol .Mexico
and tin; Atlantic Ocean. Cairo has nl.-o the
saino character ulcoiumuiilratloti ivlth nil
the country north over the streams lloulni;
by It, when those streams arc nut iniinvi
gable by ic.toii ol ler or low water.
llclore the era of Railroads, Cairo had a
commanding position as a centre: of com
merce anil navigation. 'I'M. Impoitaiico ol
position she still iiosetse, but has now the
additional ndvantugu ol hclnir a i;rvat tall
road c litre, a number ol the most import
ant railroad, lu the Vallevoltliu.MIsitlppl
converslDi to and havine, their lerinlnl
there. Anions these, i-oinlii from the north
nre the great 1'liuoN ( siitlal ltailro.il,
which travelscs the entire -tate of Illl.iols
trotu;its extreme northern and north-vsstcrn
to its soitthein limits. Mid by itacouiiccllou
exlends Into all the ureal northwestern
grain producltiL' Slutes j tl:u Cairo and Vlu-c-fiitie-,
exicndliiK from t alro to tin; City ol
Viiiertinc., lu the .State of Indian., v. hi re
Its cnncctloni afford iRri'et railroad toni
uiuulcatlous with ail l-a tern clt.es; am
tho Cairo St. i.otn- ltnllrond, arturilli.; i
direct railroad communication with the
City ol M. Iritis and all the lallronds cen
tdttiu' Ihi-re. The loads cojiIii' lrom tli
Soutli are the New Oilcans, .lack-on and
Orcal Northern Mid tie .Mobllo and Ohio
liallrnaits, which give direct railroad c m
mtitilc.wion witli tn- clll s ol Mobile and
New Urlo in-, ami otli. r Southern Atlanlic
le.i polls, and b) voniiiicliux loads with all
the country s .tub of Cairo; and rnuiiiis
lrom the sotlthvvcit I-the Cairo, Arkrila.
and Texas ltsllroid, which tllords similar
uoininuulcation vilili, .o tliern .Ml rotnl,
Arkansas mil Texss mid lhe prli.cliial ell
let of those titatcs. This Issl-uamed rod
will Klve, iil.o. direct counectlou with the
Texas andr.icllie Itoadvvhcii It Is com.lc
ted, thu L'lvln' d;rccl communication wl h
the irinclpal port. r, tho I'acillo Ocean
These radiojds, tiriui' atioat Cilro, nrc
now all completed and in Micctxlnl opera
tion, llio-e tu Illinois louiini,' Into the city
rut a bank ol each ol the livers, Ohio and
Mississippi, and terminallii'.' at their conllu
tucc, thus ciioircllnu tho city. The Hod.
bprin", Ilrownsvllle and Ohio Itivcr Itail
road, and the Cairn and TVnnusseo Itivcr
Railroad, which wl'l both terminate at
Cairo, nrc In courseofconstructloiiand will
f oon be compktcil.aud other rallroaus both
in Illlnol-niid in ,tate soulh or the Ohio
river, which will aNo termluato at Culm,
aro pmjectcd, ami arrangements made to
build them. The con.tiiti.tlou of tlicso
will greatly Incrt-i-i- the r illniad communi
cation, nl Calm
Its central location lu tho grcf Valley of
the .MI-.l-r.lrpl, and the great Wealth of ilvcr
uou rauroatj eomiuiinicaiiou, ive lo uairo
tltmlll na.eil niU'rinr-ii.. n n .'.Tnttt.-.r..(nl
point, us It adonis to her coy kimI clienp ac
cess to all the grain producing districts ol
the North and Wcst,aiidlnillaracccs'to all
the agricultural roducc consumers of the
.South, thus piesenllng the licit location in
the Wet lor an Interchange of the respect
ive noriucru am; soutiieru commodities and
pro-'iicllons
As a luanufscturlng location the position
of Cairo Is niilli k. Imiwii-iiit.i 'i i ....i
raiterlals of every description, which con-
1.111 ...... I. n ..... ... .' ' . 1
inutu ihu iiiiiieim ui iiiauiiiactureii nrii
clcs, abound on every side, Iron ore, c ial,
... ruj.uiii.i .piiiHij, aim iimurr oi tveiv
ch jr.icter.moru than others, being eniy
am cheunlv aeei'silble .mil II,,. . .,,.f.
culttnal region of tho Immediate neighbor-
ion.!, a. nun u mu more rcinoio u I strict"
reiidurcd trlbutarv to it by river and rail,
furni.b suiinllnsiit i,i..r i.i,k..ri,..f.r nriti
such abundance as lor.ndcr living except
ionally cheap When tho inaiiufactir .d aitl
clcsaie produced, tho facilities fo, one-up
uisuiouuon uy river nml Mil a.-j not
4 'I'll.ltl 4'.
Calm Itin a moral, lu'elllgem, liberal and
enlerpi l.lng populallon of nbout 12,(S)iihas
a superiors) stem ol public school, which,
with others conducted by private enter
prist', allord tinmrp sscd ciliicallonil ,id.
.....iiii-os is pjssesseii in well-established
churches of nearly every denomination
Iris piililpvnnd privntobulldliighofa mpo
flor character-Il ls a climate, which foi .a.
lubilty and healihliillnlliifiiccs cnunoi be
Hiirpiissed-has a wi Ibrcgulated ami if.
clent municipal orgiiulz itlon, Its streets
lighted with gas, nml other metropolitan nij.
vantages, which inakn it highly ilcslrabto
and III re illty not to be excelled lis a pJt.
ol permanent ri'sldcucit. 1
Lois and laud In Calm me now ofleretl at
very low pilcrs, iillordlng lnvoiuble oppor
tunities to purchase, mid tho owners pro
rent the location to tho public us olTurlng
unrivaled ndviintsge'i lor tho successful cs
tublishmcntol couimcrclal or manufactur
ing enterprises, and tho best locality in tho
countrvlor urolltabio Investnientol cnnltal.
S. bTAATH TAYX.OU,
KllWIN l'AUSONH,
rUHteoH, etc.
Caiko, li.u, May Ut, 1871.
ts-io-tr
WHY ARK TIIK
TIUDLMAtW. -
The Best Coal Cook Stoves?
nwl QUlGk(3I WW
' I Durable.
Silts, styles &nJ priws la salt tvery oae.
B tart tud ask your dealer for tat MONITOR.,
WM. RESOR L CO., Cincinnati, a
Mnniifiictureru of nil KIndn of HtoveH for
Coohlni; and Ilcutliiir FurpoHCH.
l fPend for al.d'.gtic
dAw t-ew 1
D
T. JSCyS TrtEaiOAI,
70S Chastnut c:.f St. Louts. Mo.
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?oaCft'SUtctint, fit. Lot. It, IZx
Dr. Whittier,
CI7 St. Chariot ttreet, St. Louli, Mo.
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8 jrpt.il 1 1, Gonorrhcsi, GUel. tlridurt, Or
chiui. Ilern'u.or fijptura. ill Urinary Diteatca
tr.il Syphititio or mercurial tfToctiom of tho
throat, ftViri or bonat. arc trftU4 vtih BMrftr.)t
4xtMt co Uit KlbU0 ri&sdi4ft. ftkUl. rriti'i.r.
5prm2torrhoaa, Sexual Debility and Impot
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tJhttcrtrjttrirfitKtr cietoi.aftl vli-a trjtM tx-Bst
ef ( tjmlaf iCul fttri KivMi, ttckUtl Uil,r.i,
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cf lit. I'M i f ttQAl t-)r, tn., rtasifriia tnftnlaev
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ItCttl tflatiar 1st u ftto, rt la aalt aTt pn.
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Ii, ana lu Ki, ft I tUttf.y liik er Lliot ut(i eotu btbiit(.
U to ll la Uecu .Ubt t lU u cur for ut
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MANHOOD " 'Iff a"1
WOMANHOOD rV.-,,LIScia,ts"'w
Bent ..aled, all Ihrtve, f or 20 Cccu.
Kishood and Womtnhood in Otrmin, biH
toj.lher, llluslrst.d, IS C.ntj,
MARRIAGE i
rietaat cloth afl ciH tending. 8rled for fiOc
Ovir ti t v-ts t-uui 4s-trta, ixw lo iu ftrtwtM
niBf ft .tuaj nn
,fTT.
, vto a,
UISHiiiB4Vrr7I IITVliDlssA f I6S1 Rs tm IsSIWU
I. fkraloi-f? ftf I'.-n rJ- s irtr tt.it u UH
AtUt illli-tontyt ."4, 1 ftSMiif ,ta 1 oin it t!I It
rv,fil coAfktls.ii, It Mrt lo t rri4 lr mil ftlsll yr
then locktxl up, ut Hit ftfs.icrlot.ul t
tr irfltvui4- U oiu'li tin cream of nlcat liter
aturtj.tiMwiLtirtiv'fclia aa' -xsur rtict,aftiu-r a
tft7 w vi.t ftira it a csrcfal pcruftftl. tea, Uxaea
lis C3ta.
riir Cillcn. hoc ai aisor. Ut t ptr wrtVA fi
Olt-cntattiuli. LLMtsMt fowl fiuij u Auru. i
t.tUf aVlIi-WI, aCAlfiCAGbLtt
DR. WHITTIER,
617 St. Charles street, St. Loult, Mo.
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