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rVDMKHRD T JOHN ft. OHKIU.Y CO.
V. II. HAHIIKI.I,, AHAOCUTK KD1TOR.
SATURDAY, OCTOBKU Id, J869.
Use Ender's Chill Cure "It never
Cotton cnnlH 05 cents per pair, itt
Particular attention la directed to the
advertisement of book for tlio million
Marriage GUidc In another column. It
nhould be rend by all.
Good towels, a 11 linen, L0 cents, each,
Ender's Htomach Bitters I' 'Trie best
Opening; of Millinery nnl l'mit y (JoniU.
Mrs. J, Cummlngs will open, and liavo
on exhibition, on Friday and Baturday
lGth and 10th Inst., a plondtd stock of
millinery and fancy goodu of tlio lateSt
style. Remember the place, 31 Eighth
street, between Commercial and Wah
ington avenues. Mtli.1t
A Mrsk lircriitlun.
Jlarton, of the Carbondalo New 'l'.r'
catnu down on the train with the Klameae
Twins, and secured a free passage by
claiming to be the son of Eng. Tlio
conductor thought him too confounded
ly ugly to belong to tlfti family, but Bar
ton strongly Insisting on the relation
fhlp, and proposing to hubmlt tho
matter to daddy Kng, the conductor wan
convinced. If not too "tight," he In
tends to go home at half fair as n preach
cr. Ciilro Tlium,
Notice is hereby' given that all Mils
due thu 'Cairo Times' oillce not paid on
?r before Saturday Oct. 10, will bo placed
In thehamlsof n attorney for collec
tion. In the mean tlmethe MM. will be
presented and an opportunity to pay,
given all who desire to do so. -It
II. 1. Uoon.w.i..
I'lilon linen 2" cents per yard, at
Host ftijunrtcr pillow flip muslin '2i
rent per yurd, at Rollly'a. tf
THE C. fc v7li. R.
L',.,ni, t.... n i-.i.. I
VVI. .llllhll, Ul lilt: III III Ui JSUUf,
lml & Co , arrived hi the city yester
day evening. We hear it Mated that
Met-sr. Djdge, Lord fc Co. propose to
meet all their obligations. This will be
welcome Intelligence to those whoo all
is invested In claims against that com
In addition to this gratifying intelli
gence we hear that the road Is in a bet
ter emdltlon than ever, and that when
w rk is resumed it will go ahead to com
tIeti u without alarms or suspension.
Want of space exlud" detail-.
Ft r nr.cwMilt, complete, or for any
irt ( f a ult, for gentlemen' furnishing
,-. . Is gcni-r.dly go to Ml'ltr and Miller'.
P ft Jtbliiiis will arriv In Cairo on
li ."- '.y morning and will remain du
' C. wok. During his ttay ho will
I t all orders for iuutng or repair
rgj v He will alro supply parti)
UMring to purchase put no, on the bent
aud mi t advantageous term". Leave
ltrs at I la iiday Broi. It
I'll 1 1, Si niuiirlilr, A 1 1 rurll t.
Tli r re U not a dry goods establish
ment in the city that litis a better assort
ed stock of fall and winter goods, cloth
mg,etc, than Hcilbron fc Well, on
Commercial avenue, near Ninth street.
They have just marked aud bhelved
their Into purchase, and the lady or
gentleman whocannot secure there any
artlclo of dry goods needed, it would bo
idle for him Or her to look oltowhere.
Messrs. II. A W are very clever gen
tlemen, too; deal ttrlctly on tho tquare,
and make no representations that are
not entitled to tho fullest credence.
Visit thelrstore, and look through their
On Tuesday enovlng, October 10th, thu
management of the Orphan Asylum pro
poso holding a Donation Jirl, at tho
Asylum, orr'Joth street, for the benefit of
theOrphans in chargg of that Instltutl i.
Tho gooil citizens of Cairo, always - j
liberal in their charities, aro called upon
to aid In securing tho neee.nnnry nipplles
for the maintalnanco of tho Asylum dur
ing the coming winter.
AM kinds of provisions are much need
ed. Articles of clothing, money or any
thing, bo it ever so small, will bo most
gladly received. Thoso lnwant of trans
portation will please send their dona
tions to thu Btoro of Mr. (5. D. William
hon or Mr. I), Ilurd anylimo beforo tlvo
o'clock of Tuesday evening, October 10.
It is expected that tho ladles, will set a
supper at tho Asylum, suitable to tho oc
casion. Evory one Is Invited tocomo and bring
his or hermlto for tho Orphans,
oct. 1ft td
KCriwlicrrlr In lc(olior.
Mr. V H. Kerney placed upon our
table this morning about a pint of tho
Mexlca never-boarlng strawberries. They
wero grown In Detroit, Michigan, and
nulled last .Saturday. A ouantitv of tln.ni.
placed on exhibition at the Centralla I
fair, attracted ft groat deal of attention,
t'onllrmlng all that has been said about
tholr remarkiib'e frultfulness. They
I'ontlnuo to bear until Interrupted by
heavy froste. x
aalneaa f Ioh far Kent.
That eligibly situated business house
No. 8 Thornton's blouk, Tenth Htreet, 1b
for rent. Apply on the premises.
First class day board at Walker Bis
on's restaurant, at $6 per week. tf
nrr Uda la tba FoorthWiMH .
Air. Wm. Kluge has opened a ntock of
dry goods in his building on Poplar near
Nineteenth street, that will be found full
and complete In every particular. Mr.
Kluge Is one of our oldest and moat sub
ntantlal merchants, and fully under
tauds.thejffantsjof the people. Jimmy
Coleman, than whprn there Is not a bet
ter young man In the city, will preside
behind the counter.
Twmir riTB ctmi,
This amount will buy a bottle of Mrs.
Whllcomb's syrup, (lie great soothing
remedy for all. diseases, lucldent fcto in
fants 'and children.
As the tliiio flsJed for thelioldlngof the
next term Of the County Court pormlts
it, and a a number of tax payors will bo
groiitly accommodated thereby, I have-'
concluded io' defer the preparation of my
list of delinquent town lot. until Satur
day 2U1 Instant. Dcyoud that time no
man need urge me to postpone It. Every
person, without reference to size, age,
standing or color, who is delinijucnt on
and after that date, will ho so published,
and subjected to the usual costs. Come
forward then, pay your taxes, ami avoid
oct 15 td City Treasurer.
L'Joco goods, In great variety, new and
elegant styles at Miller' and Miller's,
merchant tailoring ostablibhment. tf
Itnnl nuil SoM l.miilirr.
We ask attention to tho "ad" of Mr.
H. Walter. Ife deals very extensively
in lumber, keeping 'ii bond an assort
ment well adapted to tho wants of the
conn to. Ho will be found a straight
forwaru" obliging gentleman, prompt and
Ilnolo'a linking I'oWiIrr
Stands unerpjaled for making light,
healthy oud nutritious rolls, biscuits,
griddle cakes, Ac. Thu Ingredients used
in tho manufacture of thh powder are
not only chemically pure, but so propor
tioned that the results produced are the
same each time. In this respect it
poosesses superiority over all others In
the market. Only two tcaspoonfuls are
required for a quart of Hour. For sale by
grocers generally. Use Dooley's baking
City Scrip for saie at current rates
pply at thoortlee of Dr. W. ?. Smith.
The famous Siamese Twins, the Nova
.Scotia Giantess, MU.s Swan, and tho
ClreaMlnn Heautr, Mr. Unfile-1, wore
gueU at the St. Charles this morning.
The Nova Svotia Olantwts lrf, beyond
doubt, the tallest female living, tower
ing to the immense hlght of eight feet
one Inch. The "Clrcaselan lleaiity" Is
not th heart smasher ono would sup
poe, from tho nnmo she boars. There
are llfty women In Cairo wli. exoel lur
In beauty of face, symmetry of shape,
and grato of motion.
Tno Twins aro sprightly old gray-haired
codgers, of active limb and good appe
tite. They aro accompanied by two of
their ons rakish, devil-me-caro looking
boy about 11 and 13 years of age. Tho
party Is waiting for tlio steamer JM3I1;
mond whose arrival was looked every
Alexander County Teacher' Iiullliilc.
A session of tho above named institute
wjll bo held at Thebes, commencing
Thursday, October, 21st., 1S09, at ono
o'clock p. m., and continuing two days,
until Saturday noon, October 23J. '
Tho programme will embrace exercises
In all tho branches required by law to bo
taught In tho public school, to-wit: or
thography, English reading, penuman
ship, arithmetic, English grammar,
modern geography, and tho history of
tho 1'nlted States; with music andos
says, discussions and addresses on edu
cational subjects, Intespersed.
Teachers and school directors will take
notice that "no reduction of pay or loss
of time will bo Incurred by tho teachers
attending" this institute; aud thu
teachers from overy school district in the
oounty, outsldo of Cairo, (which excep
tion Is mado because an Institute will be
held there sometime during tho Fail or
Winter) aro expected to bo present and
tnko part in tho exercises. 'Yho school
directors of overy district should require
their teachers to attend, slnco it Is to their
Interest to have competent teachers; and
no better opportunity for testing their
competence will bo a Honied than tho
exorcises of this Instltuto; and tho coun
tymiperintendent pledges himself to re
voko tho certificate of any teacher whoso
Incompetency Is mado apparant.
Not knowing who at present composo
tho executive, cojnmltteoof tho Alexan
der county Teachers' Institute, tlio coun
ty superintendent has taken this method
of complying with tho school law which
makes It his duty to oucourago tho for
mation of teachers institutes.
All friends of education are cordially
Invited. Ij. P. Hirn.KH,
Cmnty Supirl ntendout of Schools.
Gooil all linen shirt bosoms at $2 r,o
tier dizcn at Hollly's.
PROCEEDINGS OF TUB SELECT
Omo, lLt.,lct. 13th, 18W.
Present Councllmen Jorgenson, Mar
tin, O'CVllahan, Beard en and William
The Mayor being absent, on motion of
Counclltman Williamson, Councilman
Itearden was appointed chairman.
Minutes of the last stated and inter
vening meetings were read and ap
proved. The following bills having been allow
ed by thp Board of Aldermen, and re
ferred to this board for concurrence,
were, on motion concurred in and the
bills ordered paid by the following vote,
Ayes-Jorgonsoti, Martin, O'Callahan,
Beiirdcu and Williamson o
Hill of Wm. Meltale.Korkfnit clinlnintif... s 4N eo
I'owern A Millrr.n-Hrlngjiiil '
Timer" X Miller, rnjalnntj tool for strei't "
Power .Mlllpr, looln for uropt Utxirer"".'.'.'.?"
I'. Hw.-ny, removing carrion from ( ,i llmlu'..
Jerrjr Mun-hy, workfngon street
Jho, miion, " " MM
Jno. ('nnern, " " '
Jan. t arret , " "
Jerry U-C nllh;m ' " '
M. I)rim:ll, !
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Jno, SftciJiAp, of, cfli.',fie on collection cf
otrett lai m
lllelmrd Mc'llnnif, forrnan of ulcwalt'.".'."! Z
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II. WilliMiiiii.n. '
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lr. Kran. lrcln wounrf on piliionr."....i..'
T. a Hrhah, iirfuc-ription for jail
K.I. ( u)iin, liaiilincn-Ntrr f.ir wil
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v, in Mclliilf, dittinsrri-ntii r in H-iiiiiMlr..
Itanid Mi-' nrtdy, etuvt cf poic '
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ri4trikO Oillnlun, " :
Jno. t.'uniminifi", " '
Jo. Ann. I I n , ; i 4
m M.ir) InrtrriiAny, fur kj.inK nlliKx m.
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t'Blrti tiiy iii. C.,'fir"iM7M'rniiirt:Uy tVrki
Jno. q. lUrtmir.nrr.it diVlTVr'cVihrorlutn'
lf Ji. . U tin- an. I of A II. Irvln
l'c Clr-rk of lhC'onrtorCoinmoiil1ew-n
ftiwl cum dinini-iil 111 tho Circuit Court ttl
lfirff...if thClty (Mnt.ur.dhr
Jim. r. Kagin, for prlbtin in full to CktoUr,
Jn Ilrvxn, Mlry torSri.rpRih r a rlert ...
Juo llyUii l lrj forSi i.trmbrr TiMMinr
II. f liMoiwuy. ,iUtir.T for siit. a iolc. Mcl
M. lliinbrik, Ury fr ht-'tn'" " Cii v" i"ir-
lluy, (irirn X l.ittln. atlnrnrv iii Mri(inVi.'iiT
mitdf". H..t Co.,w.fityi.f-.iro, 5&jii, re
loinnunil iwnl ordirvl i in cit) fc.rii 1A 00
E. Gfiudier, for work on Jail, amount
ing to 52fJ OJ in city tcrlp, recommended
by Committee or Police and Jail jay.
merit, of fi t 00, In scrip a payment in
Ja. B. Taylor, for making collector'.
book, recommend payment on $173 00 In
city fcerlp, a payment In full.
BUI of Carl U. Tlioma for work on Jail
referred back to the committee on clim.s
on motion of councilman Martin.
Tlio following report. (approved by the
board of aldorman) weru read and 011
motion the action of the aldermen ap
proving tlio isamo oouuuirud in aud re
port ordered tiled. Boport of chief of
pollco for Sept. 1S60. Report of A. Cain,
market maittr for Sept. I W Beport of
B. Shannesjy for the month of Augut
Tlie following resolution adopted by
the board of aldermen was read and on
motion tho action of the board was con
Resolved, that tho committee on or
dinance! hereby instructed to preptro
an ordinance requiring all wood or coal
Hold by the load In the city to bo meas
ured by the weigh master and obtain
tho receipt for tho same when tho pur
chaer desires It. Also, that no person
but tlio welghmastcr shall bo authorized
to Issue such receipt.
Tho resolution adopted by the Board
of Aldermen .requesting this body to re
OJiibider tho voto heretofore takon by
them, defeating the nrdlnauco In lelatlon
to tho Increase of police constables salar
ies, was presented and read, and on
motion of Councilman O'Callahan tho
voto was reconsidered, and the ordinance
adoptod as follows, viz:
Ayes Jorgonsoti, O'Callahan aud
Nays Martiu and Williamson U.
Petition of B. Mo Man in, in relation to
garnUhmont agalut tho city, together
with the report of tho City Attorney on
tho Mibject, was read, and on motion laid
over for further consideration.
The rules belug suspended, Council
man Jorgenson presented and read an
ordinance in relation to Increase of thu
salary of City Comptroller and assessor,
was laid over for a socond roadlng.
BUI of A. Cain, market master, for
salary for August aud SSeptomber, f 10(1
CO, was prcsentod, and on motion allow
ed, by the following vote, viz;
Ayes Jorgonson, Jlartin, O'Callahan
and Bearden 1.
Nays Williamson 1.
A number of bills wero presented and
referred to the cornmlttoeuuder tho rule.
Tho followlug report was presented
by Councilman Jorgenson arid
read, and on motion tlio report was
recolvod and the accompanying resolu
Tho select committee on tho improve
ment of St. Mary's park respectfully io
port: That oftor lull Inquiry in rerereuce
to the matter, they have concluded an
arrangoment with Mr. C. 1'. Fnlck, as
authorized to do, to build tho fence
around that park. It is tn be a picket
fenco of undressed lumber; to be sovon
feet high from the ground; the posts to
bo of cedar, nine feet long, tet.'M feet In
tho ground at Intervals of 8 feet, and to
bo of an average thickness of not less
than 5 Inches; the baso board to bo I J
feet high and one Inch thick; tho pickets
I1 feet long, 4 Inches wide, 1 inch thick
nnd to be set with spaces between of ii
Inches; tho rails to be threcln numbor.
with 1M ponnyplke,2 lnach rail Injeach
post, and tho pickets to be nailed on with
10 penny nails, 2 In each picket on each
rail, thepickota to bo pointed and the
feueo to have two lare gates, each 10
feet wide on each side of the park, and
twoHtnail gaten, ono at each end, 4 feel
wide, said gateo to bo well braced and
substantially hung and fimtened, and the
Hinall gato on 28th street In hare an or
namental arch over it; the lumber, ex
cepting tho post, lo be of cypress, and
the whole lo hu finished in a RUbntanUal
and workmanlike manner, at once, to
theHatlsfactlon of your committee.
The price to be paid to Mr. Falek I
?2,3.ri0 In olty bonds, Issued In pursuance
of ordinance No. 82, naid boijda, to be
delivered to him In proportionate1
amounts a the work progresses, less ten
per cent, to be retained asjscenriiyfor the
proper performance of thu work.
In order to carry out this arrangement
the committee ask that the City .Comp
troller be authorized to deliver such
portion of Bald bonds to Mr Falckft he
fromMmo to time may become entitled
to, upon tho written requisition of the
committee, and thev report for the action
of the council the followlug rcsolutiou,
Resolved, That tho action of the
special committee ai above reported, be.
and the same 1 hereby approved and
confirmed, and that tho City Comptroll
er, be, and ho is hereby aulhorl7.ed.to de
liver to Mr. C. P. Palok, such portion, of
tho city bond Issued for tho Improve
ment of St. Mary's park, under ordinance
No. 82, as he may be from limo to tlmo
entitled to, and as may bo required by
the special committee 011 the subject,
and that the City Clerk, be, r.nd ho Is
hereby instructed and empowered to.
prepare, aud ih.su 0 tlio bonds for the
amount appropriated by said ordlnanco
and that tlio Mayor, City Clerk and City
Comntrollerslgu odd heal the same with
tho city i-eal.
Lkwis JoitnKNSos, 1
Jambs Kkn.nkuv, Committee.
V. P. Hai.iimy, J
On motion adjourned until Thursday
evening, Oct. Mth, 16C9.
' John Brown,
City Clerk, pro tenu
OctOtT, it. UOl.
Tho Mayor being absent councilman
Uearlen took the chair.
Pref.ent Councllmen Jorgcnt-cn, Mar
tin, O'Culluhan and Bearden 4.
An ordinance, upon a scoo'nd reading
in relation to the salary of tho Comptrol
ler and asHC-sor wna adopted and nent to
thu board of Aldermen for concurrence by
tho following vote, viz:
Ayes Jorgenseu, Martin, O'Callahan
anil Beurden 4.
The following resolutions having been
adopted by the Hoard of Aldermen and
referred to this Board for concurornce,
on motion the action of the Board of
Aldermen was concurred in.
Besolved, tj , That tho salary of Mr.
Mellale, bu raUed tonmoro reasonable
uiim (that he Is at present paid, only
two dollars per day In fccrip.) from tho
1st day of August, 1R00, and that tho or
dinance Committco In instructed to draft
an ordlnaneu to comply with the forego
Resolved, ve., That hi honto tho
Mayor,iio Itivnictcd to call the attention
of the chairman of each Committee ap
pointed l tut Council, to the proper
manner provided ly law for the purclutbo
or supplies fur the City,and request their
compliance therewith liemttcr,
Wliereopon, Councilman Jorgeusen
moved that the clerk bu Instructed to pre
pare and publish a uot'cc that hereafter
110 bill for Mipplle furnished tho City,
will Iw allowed by tho City Council
against tho City, unless the supplies so
furnished havo been furnished In accor
dance with Hfctlon 17 of chapter 2 of the J
omittances otine city, ana tiiatjthe, Clerk
causosnld section 1" of chapter 2 of tho
ordinances to bo republished. Motion
carried, and Clerk instructed according.
City CIsrk, pro (cm,
The best assortment of strictly fashion
able hats ever onoued in Cairo, havn
Just been received by Miller. A Mlllor. tf
Smith's Tonlo Syrup hast been counter
felted, and tho ootiuterfelter, brought to
grlof. SMITH'S TON IC S VRUP.
Tho geutiluo article must havo Dr.
John ni'i.t.'ii prlvuto stamp on eaoh bot
tle. Dr. John IlL'i.i. only has the right
to manufacture and ell the original
John J. Smith's TONIC SYRUP, of
Bouinville, Ky. lCxainino well tho label
on each bottle. If my prlvato stamp is
not on thu bottle, do not purchase, or you
will be deceived. See my column adver
tisement, aud my Hhoweard. I will pros
cento any tuo infringing on my rlsrht.
The gtnulnt Smith's Tonio Syiii'1' can
lily lie prepared by myself.
Tho public serveut.
Dr. John lvi.h,
Louisville, Ky., Oct. 23. 1S08.
Another Durkhelmer Wurstmarkt will
bo held at John Behcet's Washington
Hall, which will conimenco Sunday
afternoon at I o'clock. It
Kor really fashionable clothing go to
Miller and Miller's. tf
Xoilre ol r.Wtlon.
An election for twelve trustees of tho
Orphan Asylum of Southern BJiuois, at
Cairo, will bo held at tho Asylum build
Ingou 2.'!d street, Cairo, Ills., on Tuesday
evening October, lDth 18f), at hulf past
H. H. Caniikk,
net. lo td Secretary.
Llnon shooting 12 quarters wide, fl 75
cents per yurd, at Bollly's. tf
Mlllor and Miller, tho principal cloth
iers of the city, havo nn entire now1 stock
no old goods in tho houso. tf
Gentlemen's collars the Albany make
unexcelled In stylo and general get up,
An immouso stock at Miller and Millor'g,
Fresh arrival of silk hata at Miller A,
Miller's. f if
The Rev. O. Tf. Foote," imving returned
home, services will be held in tho Pres
byterian church to-morrow at tho usup?
The most elegant, fashionable and
best made clothing in the city, In (0 b
found at Miller aud Miller's, NoLoily
pretends that he undersells them. tf
A Nnl Of-eurrfinrr.
While a family of Missouri emigrants
were crossing the river atColumbus, the
other day, one of tho children, having
whooping-cough, was seized with a par
oxysm of caughlng and died before the
ferry boat landed. The parents sought
for admission Into a house, at Columbus,
that they might prepare tho body for
burial, but, strangely enough, wero re
fused admittance. Tho result war, the
distressed parents were compelled to pre
paro tho body of their child for burial, in
tho open air, by the roatl side.
Had uotthcColumbus 'Dispatch' mado
public the detallH ol the occurrenc, we
should bo both to mako a record so dis
creditable to onr neighbors.
The weather continues clear und cool
but pleasant during tho day, with frosty
night. Heavy fogs prevail every night
on the rivers, preventing navigation.
The Mississippi I falling ut St. Loui,
but rlHlng slowly at Qulncy. Tlio Mis
sourl ls-statlonory,wlth only a moderate
supply of water.
The Ohio Is rising nlowly at Pittsburgh
Willi two feet four Inches In the channel,
and stationary at Louisville with four
feet four Inches In tho canal. Tho lowe
Ohio Is falllmr fast, with only from feet
scant on Walker's Bar.
Here tho river has fallen six Inchin
since lust report.
Business continues good, and all tho
packets bring good trip for Cairo and
rcshlpmcut north, lastand south, which
Is promptly forwarded.
Tho Belle Memphis, Capt. Crane, Is
tho regular packet for Memphis and tho
W. R. Arthur for N. O. this overling
Chas. T. Hlnde, agent. Tho Wm. Whit
leaves as usual for Pnducah this evening.
OR KASTPORT AND WATERLOO
RKUUI.AK TllL'ltSDA V PACICLT.
jr'. TIiiIii drHtiht nt.mnor AM'IIA,
.liiU T. l. IIVMAN, JMtr, W. K. IIYKU",
i-lurk, will Mite for tlio nbom ittul nil luurtne.it
Tt:NNftir: IllVKtt. I5VIMIV TltUtlsDAY KT.
Tlir Alilni r. iinwt l'1omIv Bt Ikiii villi-with tmir
for Clnrknvllli', ItoMlini; Orrvii nl lAHiUvlllr, nl
nt JolinfOtiTillr wltli traiimfnr Nnhi lllc
Hotiirnliiu lie iuiidcU t Onlro with ttMm.r r I
trnln for nil xtnt. Mil 'tf
1AIUO ANB 1'ADUCAH
Tkn Iik'iI di-HUKht jojt Nlrararr
- ..sIU'Ln W. IVIIITK,
t. r. .soiithi:rx m.- .
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M(I Ohio railrotU, tml tlw Cumbrtteiul and "i.rni. -- m
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KOl'LAR CAIRO AND EASTPORP
stua.ue:ic a. kaicssm'.
' UwiCuomry JIONDW KVKMNO, m.
cloneoontiMtK.il with traiunat Itamill fir Clu
Till", mi'l lit John -or ill. with trumt fur X'i
rartiotil'riiitvntioii lwiil lu ukv Ihiwoom.
TLLINOIS OK.tTRAL I lillOA 1
(ulckcst Itoute from t lie .South
St. l.ouU, liiiuUvlllr, Clnrliuintl, Ulilragw,
.Vrit Vurk, llotiii;
i at.t. fni.vrx hast a vn vnrrTrr
r;nEr train arrive nt nnd tear Cafru a f JW
AltltlVU-3150 A. .H.. 11.10 I. .M.
UKrAiir-acJo a. .m 1100 i. in.
Uoth trains onmott at LVntrsUU with train on th
At I'Aiia. Ili'oatur, niuom ncton, 111 l'io, I.a Sa
tondolH, I'rcojMirt, Oulenn, Dulnnjiio,
a ii' I all jiomU in
lllliiuu, loivu, Iliin-ota, ,MIourl auil
Ami with lint's running Vnl "nil (or
St. IauiIs, SnrlngllcM, LoiiKvllle, Cincin
nati, Iuilhinaiiolls and Columbus,
Anil nl Chli'i;o:ih .Mk-hKun IVntral, 31iuh.g.l
Southern, anil 1'iitnlmrn, I'ort Wuyuu nml
( In. )o lt.iilroi.ils for
WASIUM.TO.V U'lTV, hml
Kor throtiuh tiekotn unJ niformutiuii, niinlr at tho
unuoia Lcnirl KHilroa.t ix'i'oi,
W. 1'. JOHNSON.
firniinil raBsouccr Aent. Chmuiio.
HHNTINO, OP ALL KINDS,
At Uie Oilier" 1 Hulltlri,
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tauti theUth. Coiihl-U your comfort tiahng UMliot