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JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1872
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV.
Preaching Sabbath at 10J a.m. and "t p.m.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at "i p. m.
Sabbath School, 3 p.m. J. M. Lansden, 8u
perlntendent. Rkv. II. Tiiayek, Paitor
MFrriIODI9T.-Cor. Eighth and Watnut 8U
Preaching, Sabbath at 10) a.m.. and 7 p. m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School, 3. p.m. L. W. Stlllwell,
Superintendent. IIkv. P. L. Thompson,
CHURCH OF TIIK REDEEMER (KpUco-
fiornlng prayers. Sabbath 10J a.m.
Evening prayers, 71 p.m.
Sabbath School," a.m.
Rkv. E. Coan, Rector.
ST. PATRICK'S CIIUUCII Ninth St. and
Public service, Sabbath 8:10 and 104 m.
Vespers, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School, 2 p.m.
Service every day, 8 a.m.
IlKV. P. J. O'llALLOltAK, Priest.
GERMAN LUTHERAN CHURCH 13 th
street between Washington Avenue and
Walnut direct. . . , ,
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath School at 2 o'clock p.m. II. C.
Rev. Ron'T. HklMG, Pastor.
VOUNO MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSoCIA-TION.-Hegular
meeting second Monday
each month at their room over Rockwell
Co's book tore, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 71 p.m. at
the room. ...
L. W. STIM.WELL, President.
KR1CAN METHODIST. Fourteenth, be
ween Walnut and Cedar.
cnlccs..Sahbath, 11 a.m.
bbath fechool, 1 p.m.
,as meets at .1 p.m.
iCCOND FREE WILL HAPTIST'-Fif-tteiith
Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Service Sabbath, 11 and 3 !p. m.
Rkv. N. RlCKM, Pator.
FREE WILL IIAITLST HOME MISSION
SAIiRATH fcCHOOL. Comer Walnut
and Cedar Street".
Sabbath School, a.m.
FIRST FREE WILL UAPTIST CHURCH
-Curry's Barrack. , .,
Services, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. & ilp. in.
Rkv. Wm. Kellky, Pa-tor.
FIRST MISSIONARY UAITIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth t.
Preaching Sabbath, 101 a.m. and .1 p.m.
Prayer meeting, W edtiesday evening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
Sabbath School, 1 1 p.m. .John ) anllaxter
aud Mary Stephen. Superintendent.
REV. T. .1. SlIOKEit, 1'astor.
SECOND UAPTIST CHURCH-Fourteerith
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. Hie
onlv Baptist church recognized by the As
Services, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and . p.m.
Kev.Jacoii Ukaiiley, Elder.
AIRO COMMANDERY, No. 13. Stated
Assembly at the Asylum Masonic Hall, first
and third Saturday In each month.
CAIRO COUNCIL, No. 24.-RcruUr Convo
cation at Maonlc Hall, the second rriday
in each month. ..... ,
CAIRO CHA1TER No. 71.-Regular Con
vocation at Masonic Han, on the third
Tuesday ol every month.
CAIRO L'ODGE, No. 237 F.A A. M -'tegii-lar
Communication at Masonic Hall, the
second and fourth Mondays of each month.
ALEXANDER LODGE, IMB-Meet in Odd
Fellow' Hall, In Artcr's building, every
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Oovernor .Tohn M. Palmer ;
Lieutenant-Governor lohn Dougherty ;
Secretary of State Edmund Rummel ;
Auditor of State U. E. Llpplncott:
State Treaurer E. N. Bates ;
Supt. Public Initructlon-Newton Batcman
Senator Lr man Trumbull and John A.
Jprcsentatives for the State-at-Large S.
RcprcMinfatlve Thirteenth District John
MEMBERS GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Senator, First Dirtrict-T. A. E. Ilolcomb,
f Union, and S. K. Gibson, of Gouotln.
ItepreotWtivc, First District-U. WaUton
Judge D. J. Baker, or Alexander.
Proeciiting Attorney J. F. McCartney,
Sheriff A. II. Irvln.
Wm. Martin Aaaewtor and Treasurer.
Judge F. Bross.
Associates J. E. McCrite and 8. Marchll-
JCl'erk Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John U. Gorman.
Mayor John M. Lnn-den.
Trcasurcr-J. U. Taylor.
Comptroller E. A. Mumett.
Clerk Michael Howley.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attorney-P. II. Pope.
Police Magistrates K. Bross and B. Shan-
""Kel of Police L. II. Myers.
Mavor John M. Landcn.
Flrit Ward-P. O. Sclmh.
Second Ward C. It. W oodward.
Third Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. Staat Taylor.
C?tvLargc-W. P. Hafliday and I).
UUf ' BOARD OF ALDERMEN.
Flrrt Ward -James Rcarden, A. B. Saf
lord, Iaac Waldcr.
Second Word-It. II. Cunningham, E. Bit
Uer, Q. Suncel, James Swaync.
Third Ward-Wm. Stratton, J. U. Philll;.
Fourth Wnnl-.lno. II. Robinson, G. II.
Ecaso. J. II. Mctcalf.
DR. TJ. 0. TABER,
Will resume the practice of hi profession
with especial relerencc to the clectrica
treatment ol diseases In all the new and Im
proved method or application.
In all cases of .emalo complaints olady
will be in attendance. . ,
Office, 128 Commercial avenue, up t-tatm.
WILLIAM H. SMITH, M. D.
JES!DEMJK No. 21 Trurteemb street, be
V tweeu WkthinRion vf nue and Walnut atrttt.
fleo W.Comiiteri Itl enu. up talr.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
i-VJ1ILKNCE-cornfrNintli and Walnut itl.
rVOrtice comer mxlh trei and Ohio lTe.
Oroe noura iron, o a.m. to n m., ana v p.m
II WAKDNER. M. T.
lEMIDfcNCK-Corner MncUeDth ktreet and
It Washington aienue, near court houie. Ol.
fic'otar Ar'er' Grocery Store, OtBce Uourtlrom
10 a.m. 10 m. -
FANNY FERN DEAD.
Saroh Payion Willi, the wifoof Jome
Porton tho blogrobher and etiayitt, died
in her lato Mtidence, 303 Est Eighteenth
treet, at C o'clock on Tbunday erenlng.
Mr. Parton was known in the literary
world at " Fanny Fern," and her loii will
bo adly felt by the thoufand who have
derived plcaiure from herllghlond genial
eitaya. She wm in tho iity-flrit year of
her age, but her mental power were un
impaired although dlteaio hai for year
been underlining her phylcal frame.
Mr. Parton wa a alitor of tho poot,
Nathaniel P. Willi. She wm born In
Portland, Maine, in 1811. While Hill a
mall child her father removed to Boton,
and in that city the apent her early year.
She was educated in Harford, Connecti
cut, by Mlt Catharine Beeclier, who m
teemed her a a clover and capable, but
not a brilliant girl.
While it'.ll very young the married Mr.
Eldridgo of Uoiton, and in 1M0 the wai
lolt a widow in itrightened r.ircumitan
ce, with thrco children. To upport her
elt and little one ho began to write
iketche for the Uoton weekliei under
the name of " Fanny Fern." She became
famou at a ilngle bound, and her
pieudonyrn it now a familiar ai a houo
hold world. In 1850 iho wai married to
Mr. James Parton, and ilnce that time
her writing have not been volumlnoui
It it ald that Mr. Bonner ba paid her
the magnificent ium of $160,000 for her
contributiuna to the ' Ledger alone
Mm. Parton ha been afflicted for many
year with Inflammatory rhcutnatUm.
rfhe hm been able to ride about, however,
and walk In her garden-ibo wai an ar
dent admirer of Uoweri until thu fa 1.
She pai.ed lait oummer at her villa in
Newport. IJer right arm wai o affected
hi to be powerlt', and the hai not left her
room tince her return to tho city, bho
wai forced to lit in an caiy chair, her arm
being lupported by o frame. To lie down
cauied interne pain and a difficulty in
breathing. In tbli chair, where iho ha
by for two montbi, ihe died, surrounded
sat loving friendi, and her eyei reiting on
the beautiful flower which were her com
fort in life. .....
She was perfectly coniciou to the lait
moment, and he lent monagei of her love
to diitant friendi. A ehort time ago she
told her huiband that ihe was shocked
when she law strangers viewing the re
malm of the late Alice Carey in !r.
Deerai' church, and one oi herla-t requeiU
wa, "Let no itranger look upon ray ace,"
wbiipered ai the breath of life was paf ling
from her. She bad always entertained o
strong averiion to ostentatious funerali,
and her wUhes in this respect will We ful
filled to tbo letter by ber friends.
Early on Thursday morning ahe knew
her end was approaching. At H o clock
she called ber family around the arm
chair in which she expired for her suf
ferings prevented her from resting on o
bed. Sadly did every member respond to
the summons. In the little circle were
Dr. Parton, MUs Eldridge, the dying
Udy'a daughter; ber two sisters, Miis
Julia Willis and Mrs. Butnstead, and a
little grandchild. Dr. Sturgei, ber pby
lician, come in at the moment and joined
the gn.upe. The outborws, whoae life
was gradually ebbing, called each to her
side, ana laid n few words of admonition
till she had reacted the last. When her
lilllo grandchild came to ber she directed
Dr. Parton to lend her early to bed and if
her death occurred that ulght, not to tell
thecbild till to-morrow.
fcoon after this sa scene, xjt. oiurge
stepped forward and felt her pulie. The
authoress fixed her gare upon him and
"Doctor, am i oymg i
The doctor answered "Yes."
T, ..i.n x.mA almMt tmnA. and she
liVT IIUI.V umM O ' "
.U ..nn.l.iakahlH traces of her at)-
IIIC.CIIVCU mum-.- - a
proiching deinisc; but tho announcement
her. At half p tt ix o'clock thoio Hround
(Via wi unuiunllv ttill.
Iiuki.frv4 m v " - w
They felt her pule, it had stopped. A
mirror was placed to her lips ; but its
rnnitniiAd brightness revealed the fac'
that she bad breathed her Uit.
Tho funeral lerv'ces win te coiecraiea
kmiu irulfiv. Onlv the intimate
n. ... m..mw -,
friends of the family will bo present. Tho
r . til 1 - . 1. tl....nn ,n.nti.lil
remains win w w w
and interred in Mount Auburn cemetery.
A'. 1". Sun, Oct. 12.
Wood for $1 00 per load at the Box
Factory. lP-.ve o d-3m.
Fresh oysters received daily and for
alo by tho whole or half can at Phil
Filiif.rts, almonds, Brazil nuti, prunes
and freshly canned fruits just received at
Wiley & Blxby's. 10-17dtf
Feathers in largo or small quantities
at vory low figures at II. Levi's hide
store, on Ohio Lev to. 10 lBdtf
ORE EN & GILBERT,
COUN8KLOR8 AT LAW,
SUHllm i CAIRO, IUW0W.
trSpMia. atUohon gtvaa to AdMiraUy and
1MB. bo at bulBM.
MVUS-BIO X.1TM, BAOaM T A9 OTU
lr you wish to tndulge in a delicloui
cigor, patronlro P. Soup, Commorclol ov
nue If you wish good chewing or iraok
Ing tobacco, pipes, tobacco pouches, . etc.,
go to P. Saup'i popular Tobacco and
Cigar store. I'
A good reliable boy to work in the jew
dry store of E. ond W. Buder. Apply ot
the storo. 10-12-3t.
Tie controctors ond tie men on the O. A.
&T. R.R.ot25ctspertle Apply to
J, II. Betiiunk,
10.10-lma Charleston Mo.
House ond two lots in Uock fifty loli
No. 35 ond 30 iltuoted on Eighth be
tween Woibington ond Wolnut For
further particular as to terms apply on
premises or oddren P. O. box 65.
Immediately, In Chicago, 1.C00 good
brlck-layers. Woges, $5 00 per doy
Apply to Room 2, Exchonge building, S.
W. Cor. Clark ond Woibington streets,
100 tracklayers and section men on tho
Cairo and Vincennes railroad. Steady
employment, ond good wages to good men.
Apply to Chas. O. W od,
or the foreman on the worki near Mound
Two boot-moken. Only the very best
need opply. Fred. Wixtkrbero.
Immediately COO hands to work on the
C. A. & T. R. R. Good itatlm work ot
from 18 to 25 cents per yord. Wagei
$2.00 and 2.25 per day.
Contractor, Dexter City.
Our Home Advertisers.
GREAT SALE OF LOTS.
I will offer for sale on Saturday, October
19tb, at one o'clock p.m., eight lots, corner
of Fifteenth and Walnut, one
block from the custom-house,
numbers 25 to 32, inclu
sive, block 43. The obove lots ore very
desiroble ond sole will bo peremptory.
Terms of sale cash. Title perfect. Sale
to take placo on the premises.
Daniel Haxtman, Auctioneer.
MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL RAILROAD
NOTICE TO CONTR1CTORS.
Scaled proposals be received at the
engineer's offico in Jackiou Tennessee un
til November 1st, 187a, for about three
hundred thousand cross tics, said tie
must be seven by eight inches ond nine
The company reserve the right to re
ject any or all bids.
S. B. Reed,
10-17d2w Chief Enginoer.
Masks axd Faces. Ladies who mask
their faces and necks with enamels en
danger their health to no purpose. The
plaster work deceives nobody. There is
but ono article known which restores o
blemished complexion or creates external
brilliancy and bloom where tfcey have
never heretofore existed, ond that article
is Hagan's Magnolia Balm. It periorms
this toilet miraclo by infusing vitality into
the skin. The floral and herbal juices of
which it is composed gently stimulate tho
circulation in tbo minute blood vessels,
and brace the network of nerves through
which they pass. Thus quickened and
strengthened the external covering soon
acquires a fresh and healthful hue, and
every trace of sallowneis disappears. The
palest cheeks derive from the beautifying
baptism of this delightful cojmetio o
warmer hue, and the ormi, hands and
neck a blondo lustro which the charlatans
who profe to mako ladies "beautiful for
ever" with their poisonous cement, can
never hopo to imitato. 10-16dwlw
Block stamnlne done at the Grovcr
& Baker sewing machlno rooms, Wasb-
incton avenue. Postoffice address,
H. F GOODVKAR,
10-12-lm. box 600. Cairo, Ills.
For Rent, a two-itory buslnesi houie
on Commercial avenue, betwen Eigh
teenth and Nineteenth streots. It is well
adapted for Saloon and Boarding hou'o,
Apply to JoitN Heoarty, No. 89, Ohio
Mr. Jno. Hafele. proprietor of the
Central Moat Market located on Washing
ton ovonue th door below Tenth street
Keeps tho vory best of meat olways on
band, ond will deliver It in any quantity
from one to one thousand pounds ot ony
time to ony part of the city free of chargo.
Mr. C. Hannv has just roturned to this
city with a stock of fall goods, which for
quantity, quality, style ond cheapneis bo
Is confldont has never been equalled in
this city. He will offer on assortment of
ladles' dress goods, nandsomo prints, mus
lins, notions, etc., etc, at extremely low
figures. Coll und examine, ond be con
Mb. Geo. Steinuouse, borber ond hair
dresser, corner of Eighth street ond Com
mercial ovenur,detirei to coll the ottentlon
of the bearded community to his neotly or
ranged saloon, ond the fact tbot ha Is mas
tor of bit profession In oil Its bronobei.
Bo bos boarded mnj Hob to bis dsn, ond
colli (or Mar. tf.
MtlUl.OMAl.tl I'lllll KKS.
GROCER and CONFECTIOK
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits iNuts,
No. 134 Commercial-ave.,
And De'r In
VEGETABLES, FBUITS, EOGS, LAUD
FltESIl BUTTER, ETC.
All Goods warranted frcsb, ond sole
at the lowest prices.
Corner Oth St. ondCommerclalAve.
THE NEW 8Y8TBM
QB0CERIES RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
PRICES FOR CASH.
AT H. O. THIELEOKE'S STORE.
WASHINGTON AVENUE, BBTWEEM TENTH
AMD ILEVENTH STREETS.
Ml Hi. tit Cuba Huifar for - 15 0
jji ii ti it ii ... I 00
6t lbs. A coffee Sugar. N. Y. Std. 1 00
81 Choice 11 " . . 1 0(
8 11 Old Government Java - - 1 0C
Tsos and other staple ond fonoy Grocs-
,Iu Annallv aa rhaan.
Goods now ond full wtig.i girto. Coll
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
Aod Aetata of
IHIO RIVER XlfV KANAWHA
70 Ohio Levee,
DEALER 1 1ST ZjIJwIB
Cement, Plam-kr Paris,
NO. 71 OniO LXVEE, UNDER CITY NATION
ISTFor the purpose of building up o
wholesale trade In Cairo, I will fell to deal
era and contractors In lots of bu barrels and
upward, at manufacturing prices, adding
Cairo. August 13, 1872.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Hueeon to E. It. UtU'lricj O Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal AdTanccmeau mail t 744
Upou CuDfUniiieuU aSfV
Ar prepared to recrirv. .tore and lorward
frtighti to all points and buy and
ell on commi.iicn,
TDuilness ai tended to promptly.
n m w uobbs.
'72. SPRING-SUMMER. 72
C. HAN NY.
StRNTUCKT JEANS, FXTRA,
LARGE 8TO0K OF CARPETING
Ula Batlrc Ntork
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORNER 8TH ST. AND COtl M ERCIAL-AT.,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LARGEST VARIETT STOCK IN THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corsser or Nlnrtr-eatls atroatand Cia
C. O. PATIEH.
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o arcry descrlptlen,
lath, shingles, cedar postb
doors, sash, blinds
Furnished on shortest nolle.
Commerciol-av, bet. 10th and llth-sts.,
WOOD RITTENIiOUSK & BRO.,
General Commission Merchants
133 OHIO LEVEE,
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
W. M. WILLIAMS, JAS. KINSLEY,
Late of Vicksburg, Mim. Late ot Ciu'll.J
W. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
SPECIAL RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND
FOBWARDINO AND COMMISSION
65, OHIO LEVEE,
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13, TENTH STREET,
Doers. Hub. Bllssdm HossIdlssa,
KaTeGBttera. (wood) Wtstdow susd Door
Vrsusiea, rioorlc, lAtsa,
NblaiBlea, Ulased HaB, eistaod Hide
liCkto, Claused TraMutossus,
Sstah WalsxaU. Hjih rsslllea and Corda
Blind rswtcstlBsra. Uotug
Fait, Kooslsso; t'sssBt, PloaMrlsss
fnprr, Carpet Veil, Walt
Lead, EJauMd Oil, Asaesiesua Window
Glstaa. Easjltab aadrressoB
Plate Glaaa, Patty, U!suUero PoinU
Hewer Plpeo Pateat Chlmneya;
AOENT8 tor Rock RItci Taper Company'
uk..l.iHn 17. 1 1 flu . r f . Pmnnt
John's ioiproTMl Roofing always od
I. D. MATHUSS..
E. C .DHL
ilATHUSS St UHL,
Commissi on Merc haists
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
NO. 64 OHIO IittVEE.
R. A. Cunninuium. Felix Cross.
CUNNINGHAM k CROSS,
Successors to Lonergsn & Cunulogboio,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND DEALERS IN
AMD MILL FEED.
It will pmr in ko in o)tLoal
H. D. MANN 5c CO,,
421 N. Fourth S hzit.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
IM aUIea Use 1
KlCBty HIlHtOSlkattsat BBt
T, I.Ol'IN, MlftMOVKI. j
We call attention to the bargain we now TO ST- XjOTJIS
oflcrto all In want of J I ' w r'
GOOD GOODS AT LOW PRICES,
Black Alpaca. W) centi ; lut what other
homes ask 7ft cent for, all Black floods In
WniiiMltta 4-1 Bleached Cotton", 17 centi.
I1IIN 4-4 " u
Fnilt or the Loom 4- m
And all other COTTONS In fame propor-
llcaiitlflil All AVool i'lalil". ftO cent.
All Wool Emnrc Cloth, ft) ct nts ; all colorx.
TIi'pkooih nrc worth 7ft cents.
Fine French Merino, $l.0i); cannot he
bought elsewhere for lct than $1.23 and
rir.t,.L,nS", "rni StUehcil llanUcrchles
f l.:0 and M.00 per dozen.
Napkin-, all Linen, $1.30 per dozen, and all
iiricc.i up to HO per dozen.
fable .Linen, HanncN, Cailmercs, for
Men ond IJoya wear. Hnsicrv, Lai cn, Em
brolderici, Shawl-. Scarfs. Cloak". Hlankcts,
and Ladles underwear, at all prlcCH to cor
respond with the nbow prices. Our aim is
to build up a large bminess by dealing hon
orably with all. selling good goods at low
price. Wc keep no auction goods or trash
of any kind, and any article ordered Irom us
not prating satisfactory can be returned at
our expense and the moncvwlll he refunded.
c have but
for all, and guarantee that tn be a low one.
Send for samples ofany goods, if not ahlo to
call, and wc will send them cheerfully.
t . H. D. MANN A CO.,
10-l.dAwlm. St. Louis, Mo.
EHSONAI T1CKNOK & CO., the
ecieoraicu Llotniers, announce the in
troduction of a plan of ordering cloth-
ins "J lencr, 10 wnicu incy call your
especial attention. They will, on ap
plication, M.-HU youiiivlr unprocd and
aecuraiu rules ior sell-.ilcasurement,
Illustrated Circular and I'rice List,
with a lull line of samples from their
immense stock of Cloths Casslmeie.,
Ac, Ac, thus enabling parties in any
part of the country to order clothing
direct from their home, with tho cer
tainty of receiving garments of the
very latest style ond most perfect tit
Good ordered will he sent by ex
pre to be paid for on delivery, with
the understanding that if not satisfac
tory, they can be returned at Tlcknor's
A Is well known throughout the
South and WcM. thev have for seven
teen years EXCELLED in all depart
ments of their business, which f a
guarantee as to tho character ot the
good- they send out.
Your orders are solicited and when
in St. Lotii. you arc invited to call at
the ex cnslvc establishment of Tick
nor & Co.. manufacturers aud retailers
of men and boys Clothing and FuniMi
ing Goods. tWl ami (Ml North Fourth
street. St. Louis. Mo. lioys clothing a
NO CBAMOX OF OARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF GABS
OM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, Ilanapolls, Tolsd.
Detroit, CICTtlaad, Niagara Palla.
liuflalo, 1'iltsl.ui;. Wsaklaatoa.
Haltlmore, PhlladHphla, Nssr Tor.
. Boston and all points cast.
Hllsrauklt, JanMfllle, Hadlsoa,
Lacrosse, 8t. Paul and all pelati aorth.
1 bis Is also th on) dlrtcl rnuU to
Decatur, Bloomlartoo, HoriBcald.
I'.oria. QuIncT, IfVutuk,
BurlinitB, Hnck IsUod, La Sal It.
Memlota, IHxon, Free port.
Ostena, Dubuque, Moui city,
Omaha and all points northwtst.
Elegant Drawing Room Sleeping Co'
BtlK'Re Checked 10 all Important points.
For tickets nd lnformatiD, apply to I. C. R.R
depot t airo; on board tne transit steamar b
tweeu Columliv and Cairo, and at tn prlnclps
rallrna i ticket offices throughout the south.
W. P. JO UN -ON Oen'lraes Ag't, Chleago.
A. MircHtLL. Gen'l Kun'l. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On ond oftor Mondoy, April J4th, 1S72
trains will run ot follows:
tbiis soiao socraaajT.
Lease Virtinia. 0.40 a. m ....I: a.m.
' Springfield 9:0 " ...... lioj "
,' Tajlorsllle. 10 S .
Arrite at fana . MM " .1T "
tiiiss soiaa ostswst.
Lease Pans t.m a. m .S.S4 sw aa.
laiiorMW s vi t
Arrive at Hpr(fled.l " ....-.. 00
Lease Htir.mneld-. ft.S a 10
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