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JOHN 11. OBERLY & CO., PROPRIETORS.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1872.
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON-AY.
THE MAILS,
i
Aaatvr. ii mi
North, Through 2:00 a. tn. teop.m
' Way '.Wipltn. lionp.m.
South, Way VMS p.m. ;iop.m.
" Through N. 0., Mem-
phis nnd Columbii 2.91 p.m. 4:00 p.tn,
Ohio River route, (except
Monday) V'lp.m. Wri p.m.
run Mountain It. K - 2:30 a.m. )l;iJp.ji.
JiIm, lllver route,, Tuesday
nnd Friday fi.'ip.m. 7;Wp.m.
1 l.ebc", Ooose Island A Hnnto
I'e. 111., Thursday A Frl-
Ivy ; C;Wp.!ii. 7:00a. m,
Ma)flcld, tltandville and
Lovelace, Ky ILboa.m. 4.oup.m.
mrirs MOiii.
ilernral Delivery liMh.m.
lillhllsys Sto'J a.m.)
ouey Order depaatlnint UO a.m. CM
Kliter " ' " " s.isia.m. t.oup.m.
oney Older end llc(liter depaltmetita no
on Huridays.
OUR CIIUKCIIES.
iHIKMiYTF.MAM-lilghlli-elreei.
1'reachlng, Habbath at HiJJ a. w., and V, r. x.
l'raer meeting, Wednesday at 7K r. u.
Hundsy Hchnnl, r, h. J, M. I.su.dcn, Hoper
intended!. Iter. C. II, Konir, I'a.l.r.
MKTUODIhT-Cor. Eighth and Walnut fits,
"'reaching, Hsbbath )i'j a.m., And J r. w.
J'rayer meeting, Wednesday, " r. u.
liumlay School .1 r.u. L. W. Htilx'll, Huper
intendent. Iter. F. L.THoxmos, Parlor.
' LJItilCUH OKTIU: REDEEM Ell-'Kpl.-opal)
.Morning pray re, Habbath W2 . u.
Evening pra)er.7)Jr.
Sabbi.thf-chool.tiA. u.
Her. Mk. C.Vv, Heeler.
fcT. PATRICK'S CIIURCII-Cor. Ninth !"t. anJ
Washington Arrnue.
r'ublniSerWec.SsbbithsXaiid lo.i; a. w.
Vespers, 3 . ..
llhdnyK'r.ool, ti r. u,
itnice, tiery day, be. x.
Hi-v. I'. J. ft'IlALLuaiv, Priest.
i ju.no m n.v.-3 ciiRi-vn s aasoci ATiuN-itg-
ular meeting second M?nd.iy each month at II. e
lrayr room nf II e Presbyterian Church
Weekly Prayer '.in-rng, Friday, "Yt e. ., it
he Prayr r room of the Presbyterian church.
!, 1'ak.um, President.
AFRICAN METIIOfilST-lourteeiith, between
Walnut and Cedar,
rf. rrKf, Ssbbath.ll a.m.
.Sunday School, 1 r. a.
C; 3 r. .
r-KCO.NI FREE-WILL DAITIST I'lfleenth HI.
i'reaMnii,; Itev. Win. Jtkon, l'j-lor.
between Walnut and Cedar.
MeriiceaSulilMth, Ilatid3r. m.
Iter. N. Kick, Pailor.
f P.KK WII.l, UUTIriT IIOMi: MI--!l(j fcl'N
UAVK"IIOil-" .... o.itt.iilai.d OeiHr.ll".
"tindsy School," a, ii.
IliST KI1KB WIM, IS.U'TIiT CM UKCII Cur
ry'" II irraek".
nicef,HahUlh II A e. M. and V t. m,
Her. W, Knur, l'Aior.
rUKTMIrlllONAUV UaI'THT CllUI!CII-Het.
virtu 10th and lllh trt, nearCedar.
I'reaohinr uaUath 10 J a. x.,and ",)-t e. x.
I'eayer Meclln(. nVdnetii.v evening.
I'renchinK, rriilar evenlnp'.
rKbiMthrx'tibl, iVj v. , John Van UjiIci and
Mary f taphent Miiennt(udrnt".
Ker.TJ.Simi.ta, IV'to
fcr.rONIl IIAI'TJiTCIIl.'llCII-fotiite.nth "treet,
letweenCedar and Walnut; Her, Jacoh Brad
ley, lilder j the only Haptit Chnrch recotintied
i y the A"ciatlon. Fervlce", fcnnday It n'rlwl:
.in , at 3 p.m. tu'J at T p.m.
Jaco Cnuti, Uldrr
SECRET OUDEKS
y4 Tilt HAHO.Nfl.
Caih i5M)iAtirnv, No, IS. fiUIH A"emtily
it the Ayliim Maomi ilall, flnl and third Sal.
inlava Ineach month.
Caiao Cocxcit-, No. II. Regulnr Cunroration at
atonic Ilall. the second Friday In each month.
Calao Cilrna, No. 71. 'tegular Convocation
it Monic Ilall, on the third I'uoaday of ntr)
ui"nlh.
Caiao Lopsr, No. 237 F. A A. Uegular Com.
tnunlcation" at Masonic Hull, the atcouil and
lourtti Monla" ot each month.
IitttA 1JtHir, No.Mji F. a A. M. liexular Com
munication at Jla.onlo Hall arl end third
'1 hundayi in cah month.
THE ODD-rK!.M)WX.
AttlAicta I)iar, 211. )Ieet In OddFellci:'a.
ilall, in Artr'a llmldinK, every Thursday eleu
sir, at 7o'clo.-k.
STATE OFFICERS.
STATE OFFICERS.
Governor, John M. Palmer;
Lieutenant-Governor, John Dougherty t
Secretary ol State, Edward Itummel;
Auilllor of State, C. K. I.ipplncott i
fclatTrea"iirer, E.N. Bate";
aupt. I'ubllc Inmuctlon, Newton Daleman.
C0NG1VESSMEK.
cVnatora l.yman Trumbull and John A. Logan.
Hepreaentatlve for the Hlate at l.are-J. 1,
Ueveridge.
Kepreventatlve Thirteenth Diitrict-John M
:eb".
MKMUKKS OEN'EHAL AS.SE.MHLY.
Heuaton, 1st Untrict T. A. E. lloli'omb, ol
Union, and.H.K. Uilon,of rialiitin.
Hepreientatte, lit DMrlct H. Watson Webb
co u x t y "off ice its.
a L'lllCUIT COUKT.
Ttidue P. J. linker, of Alexander.
Prosecuting Attorney.). F. McCartney, of
MaMC.
Circuit Cletl-Jno. Q. Harmau.
Shonll-A. II. Irvln.
Win. Martin, Asefor anil Treasurer.
COUNTY COUKT.
Jilde-r. llrons.
Aor;ate-J.:E. McCriteud H. Uarchllilon.
Clerk Jaoob 0. 1.vn:ti.
Joroner John H.Gossman.
MUNICIPAL GOVKHN.MF.NT
M.iyor John SI. I,nden.
treasurer J. H. Tuvlor.
Comptroller E. A. lluruett
Clirk Michael Itouley.
al rahal Andrew Calu,
Attirney-p. ll.Popo.
Police MagntrateH K. Flro" and I). Shan
nekay,
Chief ol Police-',. 1, Myiril,
hEI.KCT COUNCIL.
Mayor-John M. l.anaiten.
Firat Ward-P. o. Halmh.
Secoud V?urd-C. H, Wooimnrit.
Third Wrd-Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward-H. Htanti Tajlnr.
Cityat-Urje-W. P. Ilnli,jay n, ,)f ji,,,,,,
no a nu or ALUKiiviw,
lrtSV WAUU-Jamea Bearden
A. H. Hatlotd,
Isaao Waldcr,
SECONP WAHU-ll. lLiCunnuiKham,
E. Under,
John P. Standi,
Jamat Snayne,
THIIID WARD-Wm.8tralton, '
John U.l'lu'lls
UKT1I WARU-John U. HoLluiau
O.ll.Neaae,
Mtcalf.
THE BULLETIN. .
A1U,IMT0N HOUSE,
T. II. Kill, proprietor, corner 7th street
and Cominorcinl avenue, Cairo, Ills., is
prepared lo nccotninodnto t!io public with
board by tbo ilny, wcok or month, nt lowor
ratos thiiti nny other flrat-clati homo in
thocity. Tho roomi tiro nil well fur
nlihcd, light and ulry, good snmplo room
fur the nccommodntlon of Commercial
ngents. Tho bouio is located in tho cen
ter of tho buslne part of tho city within
one sqtia.ro of tho post office. 4-0-tf
Java I.MrnniAf, Tka at
woll'a..
Hrlstol & StU-3,4tf
Our Home Advertisers.
M aiiiuaoi: Ouiuk. lntart-sting work
numerous ongravlngs, 221 pnqes. Prico
CO cents. Address Dr. Mutt's Dispensary,
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Mo.
Soo Advertisement. lf
Mrs. Anna L-ing, on Eighth street be
tween WashlHgton and Commercial ave
nue", has just received a fine spring stock
of millinery goods, consiting of lints, bon
nets, ribbon", notions, olc, etc., to which
she nsks tho attention of tho ladies of
Cairo. Mrs. Lung will tuko pleasure in
showing her goods lo all who will favor
NKHV0U3 DEBILITY,
Willi II Rlooiny filleiiilfniU, low nu
ll ' flejtrmalan, In voluntary cmlMloii.
loam nt neinen, "permnlorrhcpn, loaia ol
power' (liny hrnt, lornt or tiietiiory,
mill Ihronlrnnl Itnprloiiro mill l.nbe
rllllN, nml it InvcrelKii rnrn In lliim
iilirey'n lloineoiinllilc Min- tlr o
Twriily-clKhl. Computed ol it most valtta
b mild and potent curntlvev. tncy true a
unde at tho roots ol themttlir, tone up fi era
tern, arrest the dl.chargea. nnd im;rl vigor anil
anerey, llle and vitalll) lo 1'iientlie man. They
have cured thousamls of ca e. Price. ' pet
pfti-k ie" nf flretinveN and a larffr l Vial, which
Important tu obstinate or old Maes, or (1
i" very important iu iiusunnie ur i
perslnnlr box. Bold by all drtiMItt', a.iJ aenl
by mad on ijcelpt ol price. AJ Jrn lliKTuhrey"
Hpecinc Homeopathic Med.clae S3., M Droad
way, F. V. P, JjilUil,
aulMniwawly
Az'it, Ciiro, IllinnU
her with a cnll.
Jl-y-lm.
John Ko;bler, on Eighth street be
tween Washington nml Commercial nvc
nuos, will in a few days cihlblt a large
una well-selected asortmcnt of liouse and
garden plants, including choice roses of
different kinds, fucbin, geranium", ivies,
and many other varieties, all of which ho
will sell nt the tttott cheap and reasonable
rate". Mr. KV-hler will visit several
green hott'fs in different localities, for tho
purpose of tnuklng bis selections himself,
and ladles who desiro a fine collection of
hoii'u plants should call on him oon nt
bis stand on Eighth street.
Vitamzp. tiik Hair. Why dow the
linir becomo liHrli and dry why docs It
fall out why does It become gray'
Simply because tho life has gone out of it.
fibers draw sti'tenance from tho scalp as
tbo grass draws aliment from tho soil, nnd
when the supply nf nutriment is cut off in
cither case the product withers and dies.
At the first symptoms of decay, therefore,
tbo unfed or h.lf-fed root" cf the hair
should bo refreshed and reinforced with
LvoN'h Katiiaiiio.v, the only preparation
which will nourish the filaments and keep
them in a vigorous condition alter they
have begun to sutler from n deficiency of
tiu-ir natural stimulant. As long n the
Kttthniron is faithfully used, with a proper
degree of frlrticn, morning and evening,
so long will it bo impos'iblu for the hair to
whiten or fall out from the scalp.
t-O-cod-JA-wlw
.Symptom ok Cataiiuii. Dull, heavy
headache, obstruction of nasal pasage,
discharge falling into throat, sometime"
profit'e, watery, tcrid, thick and tenacious
mucous, purulent, muco-purulcnt, bloody,
putrid, olfcnsivc, etc. In others a dryness
dry, watery,'wcik or inflamed eyes, ring
ing in ears, deafness, hawking and cough
ing to clear throat, ulvonilloii", scabs Troni
ulcer", voice altered, nal twang, oircn
sivo breath, Impaired smell and tti'te, dizzi
ncf, mental depression, tickling cough,
etc. Only a few of the above symptoms
are likely to bo present in any case at one
lime. No disciio is more common or lei
understood by physicians. Tho proprie
tor of Dr. Sago's Catarrh Kemcdy will pay
$i00 reward for a case of Catarrh which
he cannot cure. Sold by Druggists at CO
cents. CoS-l-O.dnwlt.
WASJOXSJ.
WAGON MANUFACTORY.
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail
CnnNER t32l)-STUEET AND OHIO i.F.VF.h
Cairo, Illinois.
nnvlllf J. V. UAMIH.E
Cliicajro Advertisements.
(MlOK.COlll'RrV A ., Ag'U.
"aI'LANTIC AND PACIFIC
TOBACCO WORKS
No". 7IA.7IT. 7ll l-7:!l Indiana Avenue,
Nfar FourleentL street),
C c a- o.
II0I5AP.T. DWKI.LK A: CO., PItOl' liS.
p Wholciale Trade only ollcil.l.
LIST OF FACTOUY PltlCES :
Fine Cut Cliemn?, Fine Cut fernokiny,
'.'17 CliHMinif.
!-weet lloini- Chewing,
Wild Ko.eChewinif,
Palaci- Ilall CheKinK,
A and P Smoking,
i ai-inc emointr,
Allaullc Hmoklnir,
Old Erin hmoklni;.
sKLI.l.Nd AT C0-T.
As I deire to change my business, j
will sell all of my present fine stock of
Or.ocr.RiE", Canned Fruit, Tea", Coffees,
Spice", Confectionerj-, etc., etc., for tho
next thirty day", AT COST. This is no
humbug. I mean what 1 6a y.
3.27mld. John Tan.vkp.,
Cor. of Eleventh st. and Waghlngton av
for sale on nr.xT.
A good Ilrlck House, four rooms oh first
floor, largo grounds (flvo full lots tho
Flora Garden;, peach trees and grapo
vines, good cisterns and out houses, for
rent or sale at a bargain. Enquire at
Court liouse Hakory, of Jons Hkks
.VJ'dml
THE LITTLE KENTUCKIAN,
No. C3 Ohio levee, is the place where
thoy keep the freshest tUh and game, and
the finest wines, liquors and cigars, to bo
found In the city. Dinner only twenty
live cents. Open day nnd night, at all
hour. J. E. Park, Proprietor.
a-hf.
NOTICE.
Ortics of Committer, on Street",)
Airo. lll April 4,l:i.f
-enleil proposal" will be receive at tho Oily
Clerk'n ortri', addressed to the rommltlee nil
"tn-eta, nnlil .-aturday, the 13th In.t., for building
an opproai h aeroa the cross fern- where it t In
I' r-ecled by the extension of Sycamore street.
This work will renuire the moving of aliout l.'QQ
cubic j aril" of e irth.and I he material can 1 obtain
ed in arouveuient locution near at hand, outsids
nf said letre. Mmilar pr61Mls will also lie re
ceived In tin- mine way fur widening the road
tnrnwn tip on WaMn2ton avenue, extended im
mediate ly eolith of the ero leiee, and fiTine,
tin- npcroaeh to th leiee on saineavenue, Imnie
ilJtcly north "f said levee Tills work w ill re
rpilrn the removal ol about iuo cubic )ard ol
t-ailli, Mlilclivaii if rrxiiri'il til ft :onvenlcnt lo
catinn oiiteije nr tl.o levee.
Propo.nN will alio be reeiiied tn widen the
road now thioirn up on W.i'lilnRton avenue be
tween .'ih nnd :tJd treei. Thin work will re.
ijiiiic ih removal of aliout 2V cubic vaM. nl
earth, whk'hwill haie lo be broughtfroiii outnide
Oflhe levee.
Hy order of committee on streets, the light be
ing retried to reitct any or ail bait.
S-Itd.
SALH OF 11KAL ESTATE.
Wurseii, on the -Mh day or Auuusl, A, tl,
l;n, 'Jhoniai II. Ellis and Elirn Kill",
his wile, and Henry H. Ellis, and Ottihvl.
(Igned Ottle Elhj his wile, executed and
ackniiuMvert, anil delivered to Mike Mc
Cauleyacertalu inurtvSfieconieyinKto said Mike
Mcdiuley ci-rintn real e-tate xituatoln tho city ot
BVTCHKlM.
JAKE WALTER,
BTJTO HER
Axn nrit.tR li
FRESH MEAT,
EioiiTii Strkkt, Betwkek Wabiuxotoj
AND CoMUtRCIAL AVKNUaf,
Adolnlnr RltlistioiiK A Ilantsjr'n.
Keep the )eit of llaef, Pork, Million, Veal,
I.amb, Haussite, etc., and are prepared tn serve
cilltena In the most acceptable nannar.
WINEM AWD LIUfUKS).
F"M""STOUK7L7lT"iiV'
icccimob to ronir i itocimia
Krcllrjrer anil Wholesale Dealer In
orclK nnd ISoinmlln
WINES AND LIQUORS.
as
No. C2 Onto Levee,
CAIRO, 1I.M.N0I8.
TIE keeps on hand constantly a full "lock o
XXOId Kentucky Hourbon, Kye and Mononira
hela Whiskies, French Urandies, Holland (i:n
Hhlneand California Wines l.inMMl
WM. H. SCHUTTEK,
Iinpnrlcr ami Wholesale Itcaler lu
WINES, LIQUORS,
TOBACCO Sx. CIGARS.
Agent for the belt trandi of
CltHAM AND STOCK ALE,
luiirlcd A lea of niKereul Klnda,
75 Ohio Lf.vee,
tl CAIRO. H.M.N0I3.
Railvofid Advortisemcntri.
I. V. K. K.
fio to 0. W. Henderson's for Goochs'
1. X. L. Ico Cream Freezers, Water
Coolers, Ilurtlcann Lanterns and Enam
eled (Jrato Fronts. 3-31-dlm.
Our Home Advertisers.
MRS. M. SWAXDElt,
i.v THE
ATHENEUM JiUILDINCi
has opened out na exlcnulvo block of
MILLINERY GOODS
All ot which are entirely new and of the cry
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
THKSTOCK COMPItlHES
HATS, nONNETS IUBBOXS,
FLOWERS,
And an eleirnnt iissorltnent of
I.AOKN, KKINOES, KID 11 LOVES, HOUEIIV
finery itoVi?1 ""lm,l ke'" 'n"'
ipecVhSr MoJk wh','.? "" l"!!:li0 'H nd in
.Lowing to, out i, w'eTl'L; ! " 'ilko l,l""' "
(i.ll, " "ew eualoirei's.
no. ', all in the city oi i. mm. Also lots num.
l-ri-il '.'I eml '.'j In bl'ick No. J In the lit addition
tn thecit) of Ciiro; tonecuro tho patnentol two
certain prntnlwiry notes in said moitKiie de
ecrllied, both nf even date with said moitcage,
one nMe lor f s".1, payable two months after dale,
and the other r.oio for ShT.S, payable hiur month,
filler date, which note, hato ot been paid, nor
ha eliher of them or any part thereot been paid.
And wherea, it is stipulated in said mortnane,
that II delault l made iu the payment n( aai i
n..tes, aboo inentloned, or any part thereof,
according to the tenor and etlect theieof. the
said pirty of the second part, after having adver
tised Midi silo for thirty dayv tn a
new.paper publihed In tho city of
Cairo, Illinois, may sell the said
premie or any part thiree-f, and fll ri)(hiand
equity ot redemption nt tko said partlex nf the
fir-t part, M public end no to the highest bidder
fur ea-li at the limo appointed in m lie ri advertise
menti and upon mnklun such sale, as the attor
ney of said parties ot the first part, or in the name
nl the said party ol the second part, shall execute
and delner to the purchaser deeds for the con
veyance infonol the premises Hoblj And whereas
the said promissory notes have not, nor has
either or any mrt llierief been paid i
Now, therefore, 1 (he said Mike McCailley, party
of the Heron. I part named In nml mortgage, In
pursuance of the provisions thereof, do htieby
givt notice that cn Maturday, May 11th, A. I). IbTA
between the hours of ten o'clook n.m, and one
o'chsd: n, in, ol that day, at the tront door of the
Court House, in the city of Cairo, Alexander
county, state of Illinois. I will otter the lot of
Hon ml herein aboie ilesctlbeil, and each of
them for sa't- at public vendue to the highest bid
der forcn-li.lo itilj said notes, nnd will exe
cute deeds tn purchasers, comeving a title in fee
to the pieml.-t sold, a. provided in said mort
gage, MIKE McCA"I,EY, Mortgagee.
IJreen .V mi'H-rt, Altorneys for Mortgagee.
4-lj:aid Cairo. April li. lsT-.'.
UAH riTTKIlN.
H.T. 0EUOUL1);
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
a Aim i
JAN FIXTURES,
Oas Fitter's and I'lumber'a material, Won
pumps, globe nnd angle valv, stop
cocka, check valves, etc,
also AntNT roa
TulU Ilrollierw 1'alent Dry dan Meier
And Mnrehettse, Wells A Co's Automatic Watet
Indicator and Supply Valve, for .team tellers.
WINTKR'rS TII.ncK, COIMlTBCIAI.-AVItVU
HOOK IIIMiKAV.
CAIRO CITY BOOK WNDEHY
JOHN II. OBERLY CO.,
1'Koritu.Tor.s,
Bulletin Buildinj', corner of l'Jtk
street and Washtngtoii avenue,
Cairo, Illlinos.
All kinds of Binding and Ruling done at tbe
very lowest nrlcoa. Having engaged the eervt
cea of Mr. llitels, who has had many ytau
experience in one of best Hlnderles of St. l.nuls,
to Hiperlutcnd lhl esinbllshtnent, we can cpn
iidently promise our patrous work equal to that
uluv llindery lo the west.
QUICKEST KOUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TO
St. Louis, Louisville, Ci.vti.v.vati, Cni
caoo, New Yokk, Bomtox,
AKO AIL
POINTS EAST AND WEST. '
Paser.ger trains arrive at and leave Cairo ai fol
lows t
mail. txraui.
Aaatvt 3i 15 a.m ItOO n.m
litpAT 4:00 a.m ai4Ji a.m.
Uotli trains connect at Centralla with train on the
-IVT-fYIISr IjiaSTB
roa
Pana, Decatur, Bloomlngtcn El Pao, I.a Silli
llendota, t'reeport, (ialena, 1'ubuqtie, and
all riolnts In llhnoi., Mmeoun,
Minnesota, Wisconsin and
Iowa. Aud with
f.incs running East and West lor
St. I.oui-, Hpnngheld Louiaville,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Columbus.
And at Chicago with Michigan Centra), Mlchlga
bout hern, and Pittsburg, Fort wayna
and Chicago Kallroads tor
Detroit, Cleveland, Dunkirk,
Albany, Hindoo, Philadelphia,
Magra Kails, Erie, Iluttalo,
ow Vork, Jg Pittsburg, llaltlmore,
Washington.
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
SPHINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN It. Ii.
On and after Monday, April 2tth, 1871, trams
ruv aalollowai
IsORTUERN DIVISION.
TaAi.il ooiso sonirAiT.
Mail, Expreej
Leave Virginia .:la.m Vl.Xt p.m.
" Springfield 9-.2U " flaw '
" Taylorvllle... 10:52 ' 4:' "
Arrive at t'ann 11:40 m 6:17 "
TiAi!totaa soiiKvur,
Express Mall,
Leave Pana .4:0(1 a, m J.Mu.nl
" Ta)lorvllle 4:4 -7' 4:20 "
Arrive at Mpringtleld...t;l5 " li.io 11
Leave Xpsingtleld r.:23 " 0:10
Arrive at Virginia :25 " -......:15
aoUTHEKN DIVISION.
TKAlNS O01MU aaL'TUEAST.
Leave Edgewood 4:30 a.m. ,
" Flora 8:2i " ,
Arrive nt Hhawneetown3:S.tp ni.
TIAIM 001.10 HOaTllrtlll.
Leave Bhawneetown 5:4) a.m ......
" Flora 2:55
Arrive at hdgewood 4:50
10:10 a.m
11:40
6:15 p.m
..8:20p,rr)
..7:00"
..:20 "
The b.'JO a.m. traia from Edgewood, runs only
Mondays, W.duesilaya and Friday., aud 6:45 a.m.
train from Shawneetou on Tuesdays, Thura.
days and Saturdays.
Connects at Ashland with Jacksonville dlvlilon
nl Chicago and Alton ItHilrnad, fur Jacksonvilln,
Petersburg, Mason City, ami all nolnta west.
At Kpnngtleld, with Chicago and Alton, and
Toledo, Wabash and Western Itailroad, lor
Hloomlngton, Chicago, and all points north,norlh
weit ami west.
At Pana with Ind. and St. Louis, and Illinois
Central Itailroad lor all points eait, aouth and
southeast.
At Edgewood with Chicago Division Illinois
Central Railroad.
At Flora, with Ohio and Mississippi Railroad.
AtHhawneetoHn, with steamboats, for Cincin
nati, I'aducah, Cairo and St. Louis.
OKI. AND SMITH, Oen'ISup'L
John Fos3iTT,Oen'l Fr'gt and Ticket Ag'l.
ciui, iciiorsuEvta,
WILLIAM SCIIICIC
OIIAS. SOIIOENMEYER & CO
FURNITURE ROOMS,
UPHOLSTEKINO
AND
Mattress Manufacturing
I' urn 1 1 ii re HeitalrlMKi
PICTURE FRAMING.
All order promptly attended to,
NORTHWKST CORNER OK WASHINOTON AV
UNUE JlUD TENTH T.,
CAinO, ILL.
P. 0. Dtav.tr m. )autf,
St. Louis Advertisements.
Mccormick a. i.yow, Agmts.
DOTY'S
UEVOLVINO 110 AD SC11APEK.
MAKES ONE DOLLAR PF.K DAY CLEAR
profit on each scraper (over nny other scraper
now In use) lo tho contractora using thim. Five,
thousand now In list proro ita merits.
Address:,
DOTV. WATSON 4 CO.,
.-WTdlnt. 102 a. Main St., Ht. Louis, Mo.
Our Homo Advertisers.
I.fMtJHANCR)
11. UnDuta
Notarv Vnbll'c,
U. II. CANUKK
No. Pub. and U. S. Com.
Medical Advertisements.
I'Air, o. NCiiirii, Am't.
AGENTS WANTED
Toran entirely new and faclratlng work ol ttau
anal Interest,
THE HOME OF GOD'S PEOPLE
The grande.tand most papular book out, now
selling fuster than any other three, looks com
bined. Nearly aoo Superb Engravings. On
Agent took 114 order in 10 rlavs. The best
chance to make money ever otlored. A good
Agent wanted in evety Township. Vnd Inrour
Circulars with term (unsurpassed), de-crlp on,
endorsements, etc. F. A. HUTCH NbON A CO.
602 North Sixth street, St. Louis, Mo.
w-Aiso puim.ni-r ni uio .mw imsTaurn
PnLTQLor Familt llistr. which utterly .iirnm.s
nil other editions. (221 magnificent engravingi.)
o-l.tiaiTivm
JOHN H. CANNON & CO.,
i
Huccessors to E. (f. TITTLE A Co., Wholetale
Dealers In
MILLINERY GOODS,
fli N. rou rlh Nlirel,
Cor. St. Charlcf, ST. LOUIS.
SneclalnttentlonElven orderu. toaml allfe.
ttnn gurranteed. 2 14.d2m
BROADWAY FOUNDRY.
COLLINS & IIOLLIDAY
3 IS CA.HR NT., NT. I.UITIN.
MASirACtiaras or srAitoxAXV and roarAiiE
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS
ML' LAV AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Saw nnd Grill Mill Marhlnri. ttntlin., Mill flil
Illast Furnacn Castings, Wrought Shafting ad
Hntii. Work, Parker's ami Johnston's
Water Wheels, Tobacco and Lard
Presn Hcrew, Lard Kettles. Iron
nnd Hraas Cnstmca of every description;
also, Ojiartz Mills and Smelting Furnaces of inos'.
approved description.
nave inircnasrii aiune wtuei and miley rat
terns otflaty, McCuneA Co, 3 27dlm.
PIKE,
, .. . .. i pie inai misiUKCS c
, HULL, CAUGO, LIVE STOliK 1 " I'armless as to
ACfJIDKNT I.IPV "vin. 1 efficient s to be all
AUUlDhlNJ., Ulth, , ed the hlghe.l coin
A"s.eti .
Aet"..
A"tet
Aiisti..
Aueti.M
ATNA, II ARTVORD,
NORTH AMERICA, VA
HARTFORD, CONN.,
rilOZNIZ, UART10RD,
..Si,iO,Ml 97
..2,73,CpOO OL
..5,644,210 72
1,791, us ae
INTERNATIONAL, N. T.,
,..1,31,394 17
Atsela..
Anets.
PUTNAM, HARTFORD.
..700,917 OC
CLEVELAND, CLEVELAND,
616.C73 IS
HOME, COLUMRD0,
Assets 616,'
171 3
w
H
EWD. MEAD & GO.
304 N. Fourth St.,
8T. LOUIS,
Keep a full line of first class
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEW
ELRY, SILVER and PLATED
WARE. This old established
house intends to maintain
their, reputation of selling
good goods at low prices,
and are now opening a
splendid new Spring Stock.
All orders by mail promptly
attended to.
Watrhes anil Jewelry carefully re
paired by llrst-cln.s vorkinrn, an
all kinds of .lewelry.and silverware
made to order.
t-4 JitrSm
THE DAVI3 LOCK STICH
vertical run
S E W 1 N G M A C HI N E
THE LARGEST.
TLK SIMPLEST,
THE CHEAPEST,
THE BEST.
THE ORKATK-iT I M PRO V KM EXT OP THE A OK
Terms 3Iost Liberal.
Agenii wanted for unoccupied teirltory. Sl
for circular and price list.
Bi-Murli oHlt'v, HI3 Xorlti 1'ourttiNlrcet
NT. I.Ol'IN.MO.
8. F. NKWTON, Jlanager.
WEIIIC'AI
A HOOK FOR THE MILLION.
irinnTAOP I A Private Conn leloi
MAlUUAUh t0 t,e Married or
sirrvvvn I those almutto marry
UU11JJ',, on the physiological
mysteries nnd revelations of the sexual system
Willi the latest discoveries in producing nml pre
venting offspring, preserving tnecamplexioii, Ac.
This Is nu interesting work of two hundred aud
Iwunty Icur pages, with numerous engravings,
and contains valuable information for those who
am married or contemplate marriage; still It tin
book t.iat ought tu be uuder lock and key, and not
IsIj carelessly nbouttlie house.
Sent to any one (free of postage) for 80 cent
Address Dr. Mutts' Dispensary, No. 12,
Eighth street, Ht. Louis, Mo,
H oilra to the Afflicted and Uiifnrt unalr.
Uetire applying lo the notorious quacks who
advertise in tne public papers or using any (juack
remedies, peruse Dr. Hulls' work, no mutter
what your disease is or how deplorable your con
dition. ,
Dr. lltttta can be consulted, personslly or at
mall, on thedisneies mentioned in his works,
office, No. 12 N.KIghth street, bet, Market and
Chestnut SI Louis Mo. im'Jdwlv
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets 610,000 04
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Assets .30,1 1,000 OU
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LIFE AND
ACCIDENT,
Assets... 1,600,0"0 OC
RAILWAY PASSENOERfl ASSURANCE
CO., HARTFORD,
Aissts. 600,606
Assets,
INDEPENDENT, ROSTON,
SAFFORD, MORRIS & CAN I) EE,
71 Ohio Levee,
Cllv National Rank, CAIRO. ILL.
r. imoss,
EI RE AND M A III NTS
Inmirniirp Ateuey.
SIMILIA SIiMIUBUSCUKAJSTUR
IIIMPHRET
HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS
B AVE proved, from the most ample exper
ience, nn entire succesai Simple Prompt
lent nnd Reliable. They are it., only medi
cines perfectly adapted to popular use so sim
ple mat mistakes cannot oe mane in using mem;
be iren irom nanger, and so
ways reliable. They have rata,
imnnilflfian frnm all. and wilt
1 alwuy, render satisfaction.
Nos. Cent.
Lures Fen tra, congestion, Inflammations.
''ylntc-cohc or teething ol infants...24
IHrrlinea.ot children and adults..i8
Ilvaeiilery.grtnlng.bdloua collcM
I 4' '"""inorbii., vomiting ..
"rrn.coMn, iironchltu...........w
cnr..ltla. toiHh.iche, fceache...S
Ilendnelies. l-k hevlache, vertigo2A
lynpriialn' b.lious stnmache. 2
?niI'"l.orpalnrnl periods..!
Unllcn, too profiise pr(o.ls. ...SIS
l iunn, cough, ilimeult breaihing.2A
kNnlt Hhciim. Erysipelas, EruptloneZS
HtiriimatlMm, rhenmailc pains....zs
1'pv.rrnnil Anno, chill tever,agues&0
I'llen, blind or bleeding. ...........SO
4lilitlilrmy, and sore nr weak eye.W
Catarrh, acme or chronic, InfluentaBA
WliaopliiK-t'oiiKh, vlolentcoughsW
Anthnia, oppressed breatnin ........60
l'jr lllaelinrKCS, lmn;ilred heartngSO
Nrrornln.enlarged glands, swellins-CO
tJcncrnl llchlllly, physical wesk
nee" - M
Ilronnj-and scanty Secretions 60
Hen Nlrkiie, sickness from rldlniSo
Mliliiry-IHaeaae'. Dr.ivel... M
Aprvoim Debility, seminal emls-
ns. Involuntary discharges 1 00
I'J vrlloxes, wits one Mi vial of powde
very necessary in serious cases. ..S no
Nore .Ifoiilh, canker SO
IJrliinry WeUiieaj, wetting ked..M
I'aliirul ferlmlM, withanaama.....fiO
amllprlnKWit change nf llfo.... 1 00
KpUf-liiiy .Spasms, ct.Vltus'dance.l CO
IHpllierlaulc, erated sore throat 60
Of 35 to CIO lariip vlala, morocco
or rosewood cnne, rontalnlnic a
sjpeelllc for every oailluary tl
nien rnnilly Ismibjeet to, and
book nt direction ....from flOtofU
Hmnller t'ninlly and 'lrHVrllHKca.es,
JO to 8s vials irom t'i to M
Speolfle lor all 1'rlvnle Klaeaaea),
loth for CnrltiR and ror Preven
tive treatment, in vials and pocket
cases.,... 3 to S
I'OND'.S EXTRACT
Cures Burns. Ilruises, Lameness, Soreness, Bore
jraigia.
Htinis.
Lungs, rinse, mom-
1,
J:
.
,7:
.S:
ii:
W.
H.
It.,
10,
17.
la.
It.
20,
.
a,
S:
u,
'
-'7.
2,
31,
SI.
112,
.11,
3.1,
,1-SSIs,.,,
TRIUlirif, CINCINNATI,
....IJlM.KlO
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL, LIFE,
Assets, over i;,is1,(iOij
ALIO T!U
A.VCIfORD FIRE AXD MARINE
Of St. Louis.
Hollcils all klndiol risks,
r. uiton.
Throat, Sprains, Toochache. Kirnche, Neuralgia.
Rheumatism, Lumbago, riles, bolls,
l'. . . L' .. lll.n.l f,r tli. I lm.. Nam.
7U1U iiM'.i Micruiiijjwi uxii.f " --
ach, or of Piles; Corns, Ulcers, Oil Bores.
Price, flor., W els.; Pints. ll.SO; Quarts, IW5
mm inese remeuies, ei:ri. iuuun -.,
by the case or single box, are sent to any part ot
the country, by mall or express, tree of charge,
on receipt ol ttie price. Aildren
HUMPHREYS' ai'Kcn iu
II0ME0PATII10 MEDICINE CO.
Oftiee and Depr.t, No. 6rt! ltroadway, Nevr.Tork.
KOK HLE MY 1'. bCUUll, CAIRO, Ills,
aiialoueowawlv
Iowa, Ncbrnnka, Hnuaus, California.
Advertising alooe does not produce success.
The thing which is advertised must have intrin
sic merit, or ele large advertising will evmtu
ally do li more harm than good. If you navn
untitling which you know to be goml, advertise it
thoroughly, and ) on will bo sure to succeed , If
it is poor, don't prnlso It, for people will soon
di'oover you are lying.
hwh Is the policy nf Iho Burlington Route,
which runs to three great region" in the west : 1st,
To Orniha, connecting with the great Pacltlc
Road-, 2wl, To Lln-uln, the capital of Nebraska,
and all that beautllul region south, of tne Platte.
filled with It. 11, lands and homesteads. XI, Tu
Ht. Joseph, Kansas City, and nil Kan-as polnti.
The mailt are splendidly huili, have the best
bridges, finest cars, the Miller plilform and
coupler, nnd the safety air brake to prevent tho
loss of lite that Is everywhere else happening);
Pullman's sleepers, Pullman dining cars, largo
and powerful engines (to make rpnek tlmo and
close connections), and nrn in a word the best
equipped roads in the Weit. Mo that if vou de
el re lo go sahdy, surely, iiulckly nnd comfortatily
to any point in Southern Inivn, Nebraska, Kansas,
orunthe Pacific Roads, be sure you go "lly Way
of llurlingloii."
All who wish particular information, and
large map, showing corre;lly the Great West,
and iU its railroad connoiitlons. can obtain them
1 nnd nny other knowledge, ly addressing Uoneral
'. Passenger Agsut, U. H Mo. It. H. It., Llurll
ocl27if
Agent, Cairo, Illinois.
Iowa,
ngtoo.
4.&-Bin.
FIRE AND MARINE
I'JSTSTJ b6-A- IN" G JE3
ARE YOU GOING WEST?
Lf so, take our it dvlceaud purctms jour tickets
over t ie old reliable aud popular Misocat Pacini-
ltliaoB. which Is positively the only line
running three daily express trains fromHt. Louis
to Kansas City and tho west I aud is positively
the only lino which runs Pullmin palace sleepers
ami fine day conrner, (especially for movers)
eqllll'pi'd with Sillier raiely nlaiform, and the
initeiit xleani brake, from Ml. Louis .tn Kansas
City, VU ecoll, Itivrenee, Leavenworth, Atchl
on. 61. Joseph. Nebraska City. Council Uluil.
am1 Omaha without ch.inge I P'or Information in
regard to time tables, rates, Ac, to any point In
Missouri. Nebraska. Kansas. Colorado. Texas.and
California, call upon or address H.II, Thompsan,
agent, Missouri I'aciMc Ii. It. Columbus, Ohio ;
K. A. f orn,
Mo
or.
Ceueral i'aasenger Agent, Ht. Louis,
No trouble to answer miestlnns.
3-tt.wly.
PIAXUN.
CMI'A.li:
NIAGARA, N. T.,
Avfts il.4nC.21C ?
OERMANIA, N. V.,
Assets 1.0CS.721 73
HANOVER, N. T.
Assets ...72,8 00
REPURL1C, N. V.,
Assets 714,92! W
Comprising the Underwriters' Agency.
Y0NKER9, N. V.,
Assets S79,1H II
Assets
ALBANY CITY,
113,153 a
firemen'h FUND. 8. v..
Asset" (718,8.00 00
SECURITY,' N. V. MARINE.
Asset I,43S,I9 M
STORED, Dweiring", Furniture, Hulls And Car
goes, insured at rates as favorable as sound,
permanent security will warrant.
I reapectlully ask ol the citizens of Cairo, a
share ol their patronage,
V. X. II rn II KM.
.IA3IKS KYN ASTON,
timelier acd Denier In nil Hindu FreHb
Heat.
Coaira NtxtrrtNTn amu PorLas SrattT.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
rjUYSnnd alanghtera only the very best catile,
tj hogs and sheep, and is prepared to (ill any
demand for fresh meats from one pound to ten
thousand pounds, dettiotl
JOSKIMI RROSS,
(Successor to Joseph Mendel.)
iiciira ik
FAMILY GROCERIES
AMI
All Hindu Country Produce,
Cor. IOtii Street and "Wasiiinoton A v
CAIRO ILLINOIS.
Having nurohssed the grocery store lately
owned by air. Joseph Mendel, 1 will keep for
u..l. u unnar,! linn nl fftinilu itrnavln.. i.f IIia
choicest in the mnrUet. To those who may lavor
me with their patronage, 1 guarantee as low
prices, Courteous treatment and prompt ntteu
tlou ni can bo hail al anv similar store in the
city. I solicit a snare oi tne naironago oi me
,i.i..
SIXTYT-FIV: FIRST PRIZE
.MEDALS AWARDED
TUG GREAT
BALTIMORE
MANCFACTOBT
WM. KNABE & CO.,
Manufacturers of
ORANP, SQUARE AND UnUOUT
DALTIMORE, MARYLAND.
Th'se Instruments have been before the pnbho
uean) inirijr yt-ars, auu upon tiieir exceuenca
alone attained nu unpurrAainl prccminmcs, whloh
pronounces them uncqualed iu
TONE,
TOUCH,
WflltlvMATTSIITP
And DUARBILITY
All our i'cuar ibisoi have our naw New ini
proved Ovetstrung e'csle acd the Agmgi IrM
ot)- We would rail special attention to our lata
l'ntented Improvements in Gxaxd Pianos and
f-qvAar. (latsirs, found In no other Piano, which
brings the Piano nearer pet fectloo than has ye
keen attained,
EVERY PIANO FULLY WARRANTS TOR
FIVE YEARfl,
Illustrated Catalogues and Trice Lists prompt!
fUm,M ",,,""w'Mn. KNABE CO.,
BAlimon, Md
many of our regular established agencies.
Dublin
J-l.ll!,
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
TII OltEAT SOOTI1INO IiEMEDT
Mrs. i Cures colic and griping ) Prlj,
n'lUTt'OMB'Ki In the bowels, and fa- I U
Byrap. 1 cllitates the process of f Cealt.
L teeinius. , . ,
rriee.
M
Ctau.
rrlee,
tt
Ctata.
( tiubdues oonvulslcns
ITS I andjrercomes al.dls-
Mrs
AY If r si sa la n
. . , .
Lures uisrrui-a, uisen.
summer com
chlldtenot all
Mrs.
JOHEPlIURO'sS.
( Cures uiai
Ii Is the Oreat Infant's and Children' Boothlat
'lerii y " " disorders brought on by Teeihia
irsnr other cause. I'renaied by the
uRAFTON MEDICINE CO., Bt. Lonli, M.
i oid ny Druggists and dealers in Msdlcias)
rerf where; sjiTTawtai

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