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JOHN II. OIIKIM.V. Kdllot iinil I'tlt.tl.hot
TKIlMH OFTIIK. PAHA I'M.LKTIN :
On'wfck,l'rrrtcr .!'
Oneri-arby carrier,-In adtanre KM)
One jcir liy wrrlcr H '" P'1'1
advance. fHl
pirn month, by mall 1 0,)
force month . ..i "
Sin month '' V'
Una year 0,1
, TI1K DOLLAR WKKKLY HIII.I.KTIN
John II. Oberly haa reduce"! the snbacrlp
tlonpritf nftbn Wkkki.y aiiio Hui.lktin
to One ltollir ptr nmiuiti, making It the
nliHwitpparpiililllii'd In :oii thorn llllnnl
KrnillnK umllrr mii t'trrj' inu".
on Tin-: wixfi.
NEW YORK- SKY rAltl.()K--.IIM
FISK -A DULL CITV-RA1D UN
THE MARKET CK.NTHAL PARK
A.MCSKMEMTS FOR CIIILDRKN
HEARS AND CROCODILES-
A.MCSE.MKNTS, ETC.
O.v tiik 'WlNn, Nkw York,
Grand Central Hotel, Aug. I, lh7;t. j
Your correspondent it now n llttlo
nearer heavou than hoover oxpccli lo bo
again. Ileforo leaving tlio cool breeze" of
tbo Onion mountain, n friend aid to mo,
"Ai you roncb
NEW V0IIK,
Go to tbo Grand Conlral nnd got a room
on tbo oigbth floor and you will find acooI
placo." "Wo aro on tbo eolith lloor and not
In tbo atmospboro of Now York nt all,
but in tbo
COl'MTIIY A1I0VH THE 11TV,
Tboro licing nt load tun deyrooidillorotice
botweon tbo olb'co and room No. 8li!. Tbo
olorator brlngt up in juit thrco-quartors of
a minute, city timo. . If tho elevator can
ttand this kind of a thing wo can; but
tho thought occurred to ua that In caso of
nun
Tbo elorator would stop iuro. Wo took u
lurvoy, walked out to tbo ond of tbo ball.
There wai a largo wooden cato directly
undor tbo window, on which tbo words
Firo Eicapo" woro printed. Evidently
tbii contained tbo rojio l&ddor that was to
bo thrown out in caso of flro. "Wo took a
a look out of tho window bolow, to far
down that tbo
MSN LOOKED LIKE 1'll.MlKS
No uio. "Wo thould novor got out that
window -without falling, ladder or no lad
dor. "Wo walked huck. Tbero was it
long 6ection of lioio attucbod to a water,
pipe in tho ball which looked ominotn,
At length ho reached tbo
GUAM BTAIIICASE,
And an ay down in tho depths bolow wo
could too the lint landing, which will ever
bo rnomorablo from tbo fact of its being
tbo place wboro
jim risK r.ECEiVEU ins fatal shot.
We commenced oing down lciiuroly
and oasily, and in about ton minutes
reached tbo bottom or tbo ono bundrod
and flfty-llrst stop, by actual count, and
was on tho ground floor again.
A HUM. CITY.
AY'o have mado annual visits to Now
York for tho past nineteen your, but wo
never beforo raw it to dull or no hut. To
a itrangor Uroadway look lively as cvcr
but to ono who has boon hero before, it is
iniuHorably dull. Jt id cilimntoil that of
the residents hero over
OXE III .Vlll;tl) Tlli'l'OA.N'li
Hare left tho city. Still Now York, in
spito of tho extreme heat, is benlthy. All
that tares (lift city from tho moat fearful
epidemic! if I lio fact that it is surrounded
on three Rides by water, and tliriro each
day as tho
FIOOI. TIP1C COM El IV,
A grateful and delicious sea brozeaweo
in with it, wafted through tbo broad ave
nue and narrow uliios, reviving und puri
fying this whole great city. It is simply
tblt and nothing moro thai is the secret of
the general good lioaUb of tbo rily.
"1 III I10AKII fir HEALTH
Here haiunlimllud power. Tiolat week
It has mado raids on Washington find Kul
Un markets, Many of your renders who
have viiltedtbcn: places remember lliu
Oil) BOOIIIh AKIi hllA.NTir.S
That extend over the sidewalks, across tho
gutter and into tbo street. Thwo bavo
all been removed and carried away Lat
fiat'.rday night after inidnigt a
LAUUK bMUAl, I'DI.K K
Arrived with axes ami other tools, ami
lommoncod at Fulton market i,t,,l ,.
mollihwl OYorjlhlng outside tbo sidewalk,
completely removing tho market. Tuams
at hand for the purpose, carted tho
Away at lat us made, and by daylight tho
Job was done. Ou Saturday afternoon at
3 o'clock, nearly all tho busing
of New York clmo un. and tbu rnnnl, r
of thi, day it gvcu u,, lo yrioy ment. One
or tho prlocipal places ot attraction at
ruch times this hot weather i
ii i ."VV ,'A,llk' '
And ho o last Saturday afternoon in com-
pany Ith several other bt. Loui.ans, wo
wendod our way It .ecmed to us the
HBi;u liutu. ivvivvu av attiavtive ailU l)CUU
tiful. Tho recent rains made thu
CLOhB CL'T bWAItl)
Look llko a carpot of green velvet. Homo
ten aero of tho park bos beon sot apart
us a play ground for laio hall clubs, etc
Bo instead of tbo words koepoir the grass,
you see Inttead n llttlo ted painted sign
COM MOV,
And, aUhougb'tbu grau is green ond ton
dor, yet it is free to all, On the play
ground hundreds could bo seen, and many
Karnes of base ball weio in operation.
It would havn done tbo souls of soma of
your
CAIHO lXAYKIls
Good, to-hvii beon present and seen some
ol the beautiful fly Uken in. In unotb.
cr portion of the park a splendid hand
tm dlcpurilng magnificent and delicious
roujlc, t an audience of thousands of do
lighted, listonow. Una of tho most Inter
ealisg featurcsiof tho park it tho
THOVIlAKB.I Of iyiII.t)HKN
You tee attended by tboir motU-n and
ji.f nurtM. ETerythioe that nrt and mmiey
t an l.i has lieMi done for tbo pleasurn ol
the llttlo onet. Wo noticed among other
lhini:t sovoral beautirul llttlo carriages
HIJAWN it v ooAts
Ami driven by boys In tho park livery,
y bo for n small consideration 1111 up tho
two seals with children and drlvo their
teams about tho tinoolb, bard walks. At
another plnro
IIAIIY CAItlllAOES
Arc routed out at tbo small rum of ten
cents an hour, f" that tbo tired muther can
place her little ono in a placo of rest mid
comfort to lxitli. Tholakoaiul pond were
filled with boat and gondolas, each full of
happy occupants. Wo noticed on the
Inko ll.ic k of
MA.iKvrii' awA.sn,
(From Long lake, most probably), sailing
Jigmlloilly about and looking very slat-
iiresrjuo.
HIE OOI.OtllCAI. DEl'AKTMKNT
Ila Leen largoly increased mid ia woll
worthy n visit, having within its limit,
tbo largest nnd finest collection of animals
in lliu United .States, and the view is
Fllf.K TO AM..
Vk'o noticed adjacent lo tho buildings a
number of camels quietly feeding on tbo
greon grant, and although wo bavo nlways
been lolil that thoy woro Inolientivo crea
tures, yet all thoso follows
HAD TIIEIK IIAI.'KB
And appeared to bo qulto liumpcd up
about something. A lion, bulValo hull
Mid cow nre also grazing in tho vicinity.
In nn opon cngo aro
TWO I.AIloK 8EA I.ID.V!,
Ono nf wbom was submerged In Iho
water, tho othor about seven feet in length
bad drawn himself out on tbu platform lo
suffer with tbo heat. In a tank adjoining
woro n
NTMIIEII OF Clloi IIlILKs.
Sumo In tho water and others on tlio
planka, all looking very unhappy, nt see
ing so many childron going through tho
bars and not being nblo to get oven ii sin
glo bito lit nny of them. In tho cages
woro a splendid collection of lions, Icon-
nrds,hyonas, otq., and throo largo
CAGES OF IIKAIl".
It dono us good to stand nnd ,seo thoso
rellowa playing checkers with tboir noies
against the barn. "Wo profor that to
meeting thorn on tlio mountain. AVo
fairly exulted nt a
i.aiiok old nni.zi.Y iir.Aii
That.ovorcomo by tho heat.lny on his sido
snuffing and blowing, nnd still ho wns not
happy. His claws as they hung listlessly
nutsido tho cago, looked as if thoy would
mako
(loon teeth ran an oyhter hake,
Hut wo must forbear. No Uairoito should
visit Now York without putting in ono
day at Contral I'ark, and tbero ho will not
sco all of its various attractions.
amusements.
Wo bavo not as yet visited nny placo of
amusoment, as it is too hot. Great pre
parations are boing made to bring out tho
11LACK ckooi;
At Nibios for tho fourth time, nnlon n
tcalo of splendor novor beforo soon or
attempted in this country. AVo shall not
remain to seo it, but would llko to. "Wu
udmiro line scenery and sici, you know.
I'tum la.iu -u lo riilladulphlti, where,
if wo bavo timo, wo will again drop you u
line Truly, .1 V K T.
STATE NEW.S.
.Mcssr.". .Morton .V Co., from Iviiti.in
city, are erecting a large ciiw-mill and hub
and spoke factory at Grand Tower.
Tho granges of Peoria county, 1 lis.,
have called a county convention to meet
in Pemia on tbo Mth day of next Heptom"
ler.
Tbero will bo a mooting nf the stork
holders of the Jacksonville, Northwestern
and Southeastern railroad at .lacksonvillo
August 11!, lor tbo purpoo of electing
dlrtx'tOM.
Tho cholera ban broken outfit Fxolor,
Scott county, in u very severo form. Fiyo
deaths oouurrod Tuesday night, and six
now cases wero reported Wednesday
morning.
.Mr. Thomas Mitchell of Sangamon
county, farms Olu ai res, mid hi Hon .lames
A. bin 1CJ aorxs adjoiuiug, making hOO
ndrou in n body, owned by tlio family. In
1471 thoy rhippud Irom their farm 4,000
bushel.
John U. Miller of Sterling, Illinois,
tho largest distillor of ulcohul for export
in tho United HUto, 1ms gone to Europo
to investigate for biiiKolf all tho particu
lars regarding tlio manufucturo ol ah-ohol
thoro. Ho I'oeU sum shut our cheap corn
will hear us out in tlio business in eonipa
tition with nil F.uropo and Canada.
.lack Smith alia "Captain .lack," was
arrested at Grand Tower last Thursday
for stealing and trading oil' it horse be
longing to .lamos Goodbrod, Ho was
bound over by 'Squire Sullivan, in tho
sum of f'JUU, lo appear for examination
tho following Tuesday; his bondsmen
itii.t-it si i irt 1 1 iipnpii rml A anfnnd urur run 1
was then got out for his arrest for Btealing
l ,. .addle., but beforo it could bo served ho
had left for parts unknown.
A ,1MV corn , bas beon dUcov.
orod In Woodford county, Illinois. Tho
U 1W Journal' learns from Mr. Jtich-
ard Asay, that a peculiar sort of worm
rejcinbling u maggot ia nt work ujion tho
corn, making great havoc. It attacks tho
roots, cats them entirely away from tlio
stalk, and the leaves and stulk dry up and
topple over. This worm lias mado Its ap
pearanco in several tlelda not far from
town, In vatt numbers. Arter destroying
tho roots ol tlio corn stalk, it devolopes
Into a black bug with wings, files readily
away and finishes up such corn as has ea
caped tho lint onslaught by attacking the
ttock and oar.
Mies Duncan,our candidate for county
superintendent of schools, has been to
Curbondulo this week to seo her many
frionds in regard to her candidacy. Sho
received an abundancoof encouragement
In fact, everyone that Is acquainted with
Miss Duncan, will not hesitate ono mo
ment In giving their consent to support
ber Sho is a lady of strong mind, lino
accoinpllibmonti, an agreeablo cunvorser,
and will make volej lapldly wli'irovor tbo
will go. AVo urge that Iho Itepubllcan
convention nominate her unanimously,
ud glvo tho cold thoiildor to thoeo muscu
lar, double-lifted fellows that aro inbro
than ablo to earn a living by manual
labor, .lackaori County Era.
' jiuAioitors.
lWesor AViso, tho balloonist, ought
to tako n skyo torrlor along.
Jlrigbam's sevontconth doesn't pro
pose lo dio Young if sho can holp it.
A young man at a parly boing told to
"bring forth tho old lyro," brought out his
mothor-ln-hw.
A railroad contractor at Youngstown,
Ohio, didn't pay off very promptly until
after bo had enjoyed a tbree-milo rido on
u rail.
Tbo papers think .ludgo Hunt was
joking at tlio recent trial when bo asked
Col. Husan II. Anthony if sho hnd any-
thing to SHy
"Owiup to tho death of tlio editor
uwmg i mo ulrwi oi uio Minor
ero won t bo any Loader Tuesday," fays i
.,,. ,., ....
tbero
old rlimer on Wedneidav.' !
Thero l u damaging rumor that l'rof.
Wlio simply intends logo up a few miles !
hi mo lirapiuo paioon, ancnor, ana wan
for tho earth's revolution to bring Europo
nndor him, when ho will alight atil swin
dle tho natives into Iho belief that ho has
sailed acrost tho Atlantic.
Tho .Mt. l'lcittant Mournal' knows n
drummer who oxhibits in his rounds what
ho calls his "hotel watch-chain." It Is
made nf hairs fished out of Ilurlington
hotel soup, lio says ho didn't llko to eat
thorn, and, as ho had paid lor them, he
thouglh ho would bnvo a wntcli-cliain
mado. .Such economy as tlmt will toll in
tho vonrs to come.
.MIHAOI-T'un WHAT?
AN ILLINOIS LADY POSSESSED
UF DEALING POWEKS
AGAINST UElt WILL.
From UIInoi ,lato .limriul. Wedneilay.
From Mr. Ea. Hill, deputy ttiniea
Stales marshal, wlio yesteruay returned
Irom Ulney, KicliithU county, wa leurn
some interesting I'ucts concerning tho re
cent manifestations of alleged supernat
ural power by .Mrs. Powell, wife ot Dr. J.
r. i'owell, who will bo remembered ly
many of our citizens u.i it proiuli.ent mem
ber ot thu Twenty-seventli general
iiaeombly. It appears that upwards
of a ear ago, Mrs. Powoll declared her-
self po.jes.ed of supernatural gilts,
UOlllg it ibu ui uuuauui ruiiuuiuuub ntiu ,
delicacy, n mauUeslittlon ot them was nal
urally repugnant to her. -More recently,
however, us ue elules, sua was uivmeiy
instructed to put in practice her power,
and claiming it to be entirely it heavenly
gift, tho hesitated not to comply with
what sho considered it direct munUato of
tho Deity.
Her powers, according to tho report of
tho cltusns ot Oltiey, many of whom fully
accord to hor miraculous attributes, is
chielly manifested in tho healing ot tlio
sick. This is reported to be accomplished
bv tho Imposition of hands accompanied
by prayer and repetition of Bcripturo,
though the cure is not always instantane
ous, but occurs nt the timo Mrs.
Powoll states it will bo accomplished. It
is further staled that so ureal is tho con II-
doncoin her power Unit handkerchiefs are
sent her anil tlio y patting nor nanus aro
returned and ellect thu euro of tbo alck
person sending them. Tho otl'eet of these
fuvurn luHiiUttttLiVimi It raid to have a
depressing eil'ect upon tho health of .Mrr.
I'owell, who continues them, bowevor, as
aim bolluvnn in uboJiotico to illvlne direc
tion. Naturally thoo circumstances create
qtiitu a commotion in the vicinity, and
oven irom places remote, crowus are garn
ering to witno!s thu cures. Mr. Hill
states that on Friday 1 it -t it hundred and
twelve persons had called to see .Mrs. i
Powoll, whoca doors are now open to all i
who desire ber ministrations, which are, I
of courso, rendered gratuitously. Among
tboso Muled to be cured by her, arc several
1 prominent citizens nt Oluey well-known
! in lids city. Tlio en Urn circumstan
ce! are of that peculiar character hardly
Misceplihlo of explanation, moro espe
cially as tho porsons connected witli them
aro of Midi a character as to entirely pro
cludo the suspicion of chicanery. It may
lie ndded that the subject of these divine
rovelations, (as sho considers them, is a
member, in good standing, of tlio Presby
terian communion.
i.uvi:tts,
HAMUKli 1'. WllKKt.KH,
ATTOHNKViSr CIIUNSBLOIt. AT LAW
OA 1 110, ILLINOIS.
Olllcc over First National bunk.
.LIMm
WII.L1A.M .1. AI-LKN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
(Mliccnver First National bank. IMiWlm
UllKKN Si G1LBKKT,
ATTOHNEYfa
COIINHELOKS AT LAW,
William ll.drxxn, 1
William II Ollbsit, J- 0IKO, II.1.INIHH.
Milwa F.llllkitrt, J
srH.Miol attention KUen lo A'lrnlraHr and
Si tamlKiat liualni'sa.
OYVIUK OHIO LUYKR, 1I00MH 7 AND 8 OVXU
CITY NATIONAL HAWK.
John II. Mulkoy. Willam 0. .Mulkey
MUhKUY A: SON,
ATTOltNKYS AT LAW
OAIUO, ILLINOIS.
Olllcc, rear rooniH over ilaiiuon'n book
store,
NO. PJI COMMKUCIAL AVENUE,
lietwecn .Seventh and Llghth strccli.
Mi tf.
IMMM i AMI miODS.
t.t.llt'Mt,HfttlSlWSStS,(lAtiii,(,tif((,lftt.(ttf
F. M.MiauU, A, Dcrtlngcr.
1". W. STKAWTZ CO.,
A.VATIIMlmi.
L'OOT ami SHOE MAKERS
oincr or
ElOHT SlIlKKT AM, Co.MMKKCI.VL A VKSUE
All kinds of hoota and ahooa maile to or
der on short notice, and In tho latut anil
mo.t la.hlonable styles. Ladles hoots, thoct
and L'aiter. a nieciallty. P-'Mf
Homo Advertisements.
ENTERPRISE SA1NG
flniirterel Misroh l, lint
ovric of
CITY NATIONAL HANK, OAIHO
OFFICERS ;
A. II. HAKKOHD. l'reildent;
S. 8. TAYI.OK, Vlce-rresldcnt;
il.HY.SLOr, Secretary and Troasuroi
CIltOTOUl
r. M. lliaoLAf,
K. II. HTOOtrLITH,
It. 11. OOKKIHOMill,
Cqai. Qaliqbib.
I'ACLO.BOHCll,
II. 11. 1 1
b. ruiLiirf,
llriioelUol may Ataoaat Hnocivedfi-oin
Test Ceate Upward.
TTEKKfT paid on ilepoeile at the rale ol mi
,,ercenl, per annum. Murcli Inland Hptem-
latermtnoi witlidrawa la .l J.l imme.
'Il to the principal of the UeponlU.therebt
MAtinnii won EN and ciiillkin hay
IlEFOfilT MONEY
) THAT 0 OKI Hill OAK MAW IT.
7yb!l;!.W
om,, irumo .u o giuoy,
uulf
W. 1II8L0I', Tressurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
H A.OSI K:.
OA I II O,
CAPITAL,
I 1. 1.1 NO I N
UIO'I.OOO
W. 1. HALlitllAY, I'ro.l.lrnt:
IIKMtr I.. 1IAI.MIIIY, Vice l'rKiMtni
A. H.aAKKOHi), CHchlerj
WAI.TUH IIYriLOP, Al.lt,iOiililer
maacroiisi
Mtaati Tatlob, IIoiht II. CcximiaiiAH,
I1IHII I.. It A LLIU AT, V. I UALllbAT,
(Ua. I). WiiLiAHtox, HririuN Hud
A. U. HirroiD.
Ksrlinnics, Vnta aid United Ntatr
llciudu Honsjht and Hold.
Ilil'OSITH rt-ciTJ, and a general Unkind
QUHinfisM nona.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or UAUM,
It. V. .Mii.lkh, Prchldcnt.
.1. M. I'lilLUi'S. Vlcc-Prc-tdcnt.
Ciias. Cunmniiiiam, Cashier.
COLLKCTIONS PK0M1TLY MADE.
TJXOIIANOK, coin, tmnt notee ami Unltad
Xlt BUttua aec'irillea uiukIiI and nam.
Intrrr! Allnweil nn Time DrpoHUa,
COJIHINNIl!f ANI roHWABDHIO
Z. 1). If ATIIBSH.,
0 UHL
MATHUB8 & UHL
AND UKNKH.1.
Commissi ot1 1VT e u c h an ts
DKAt.KKU I.N
AY AND WESTERN I'KODUUE
SIIIIIS X.KVKK.
JOHN H. I'lILLIS & SON,
(Hucoaaaora to John H. I'hllha,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
.Nil
FOKWAHDING MEKOHANTS
ANII
JlEAI.KHH IN UA Y, COHN, OATS,
Flour, Moal, Bran, &c,
AGKNTS FOIt LAFLIN AND HAND
POWDER COMPANY.
Con. Tknui Stiiket and Ohio Lkvck,
OA IHO, ILI.H.
0. CLOSE,
C.KNKItAli COMMISSION MF.HCI1ANT
And dealer In
Limk,'Cbmknt, Plahtkii, Haik, Etc.
No Olilo I.CTt'n,
1ST I will sell In ear lnnl loti at manulac
turerH' prlcos, adding Irelj-ht. 4-'MI
COKI'-KV, IIAU1UK0N & CO.,
(Sleecskors to I). Hurd it Son,)
2TOia-WA.ia3DI3SrC3-
ANII
Commission Morchnnts
t'l.l)U.nt ll.N AMI HAY.
No (13 Ohio Lovco, CAIRO, ILLS.
M1I.1.INEBT.
Mil S. MoQfK,
Ua KlKlithtitriH't, UtweenCoramerciaiand Waati
nnlon Areuuua, la dallr raotilTlnf
NKW iMILLlNEHY G00P3
LATKrtT Bl'IlINQ AND HUMMKIt BTTLKS.
Heanlva a lull line of
BOITHBTB &c HATS
Trimmed and iintrimined,)
ritENOIl KI.OWKIIH. RIBI10N3, TR1MM1N0H
of all kinds, Laces, etc., via,
Mrs. McCloe haa alao a large aaaortraent o
Fane Artiolea, auoh an
.NECK Thai. OILLaltH, UNDKKaLIKVEH,
UUKFH, HA.HIIE8, FANU.I
And all other artioles usually found In t
FIRST.0LAS3 MILLINERY STORE
Kaney and Millinery Ooodn, ban a tine and . Kurnlabedon abortaitBotle.
Complete asuortincnt or (Cincinnati Custom -made
Ijulloa and Mikaea Shoeii and Chll. ' Commercial vonue, botwepn Tonth una
dials' Hoots, Wack and in Colors. These , Elovonth itroeti
arcacknowlodired to ho tho rlnest and best I
ever in tho market, and thU i the only, CLA-XIRO: XiIIiXIrOIQ.
bouse tho cltv that makes them a specialty I tj,
Homo Aclvcrtisomcnta.
hi:ai. utatb Krm.
Johny.llannan. l"'PP
JOHNQ. HAltMAN A CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
COLLECTORS
AND
CONVEYANCERS
North Cor. of (ttla . nuJ Ohio sr
Oaiko, Illinois.
Oiler Inr nt Uiiv llclircs and caV terms
the following mil cst.ile :
No 1 An clecant cottage, rorner Twellth
.....II .n. 1 . lilu I.I II.I..I .l
Lots above crude. f lota in Ii 4, in what ii
L'.in.u. u .1?. ..! I. UI..M..lf l.nu Inl. .-tt..
ni.if), i, j " I lIUi: IHUtll. iuk.l .III.
through the block Irom Fifteenth lo .Six
teenth Direct, ami the best residence vrop-
eny in me elty .iiljolning properly iiigwy
liiiiirovcd.
No ! Lota 3 und I. b 4."i, city, Washington
avenue, between Th rteenth and Foiirtcinth
strecta. west able. Hood two-story btlilditig
on cacti lot.
No.'l Al0. vjienit lntfi nnd l!. aillolntni'
tiiu bihiyc. i,ot n, u i-i, my
on Sixth street, south side
between Commcrehil .-niil V:ihliiL'lon ae
lines, will he solil in tracts to "till purchaser,
Very low and on easy term.
No I Lota 7 ami m. h :H. rorner ol Four
tecuth and Poplar streets, front on Poplar
street, west sine, opposite po-t-olllee blocs;
No Ii Slilcndlii lni.lnek. ImililltiL'. re. I.
dence In seeonil story, (I rooms hall and
u ontaiiii rear stairway, water on imin nonr.
in milliner tine comllt on: .itimuil on nurtii
west corner ot Commercial avenue and
rwelltli street. A great bargain If sold
a()in.
.o o i.ois 4. 7 am !. I) Tl. r tv. on
Coliimcrei.il avenue, heween Fourth ami
Mini sireeiK, j.oia 'Jj aim Ml, tt V i. elty, on
WasliliiL-toit avenue, between Filth ami
Mxui streets, icriuscaay, price low.
No i Lot 14. ill h 18. on Nineteenth
sireei, neiwecn conimcrclitl axenile ami
I'oplar Jtrcet a great bargain, Lot'ii, li r.i
stail..on Washington avenue.
No Two verj desirable biisincs houses
und two lot, on sixth street between Com
mercial ana a-niiiL-ion avenues. Will be
sola at terms to pay purchaser rental of '!."
per cent on investment.
:so h six iota in l) 1st mi. lliirli
grulind. t'iOOeach ou easy pa)metits.
No ID Lots 1 und 'J, In b Ii north corner ol
Tenth und Leeo street. Host bu-lnea loca
tion in the citv terms easy. Lota'Jl, '."J ami
21 In Ii 111, 1st ad., south corner ol Twentieth
ami Poplar streets. AIo three lots in court
house block', ironttng on ropiar street.
io u A spleiiuiil two-ston resilience on
north-eat corner of Walnut and Ninth
streets, with two Iot v cry deklrahlo prop
crty. o ia i.ots is anil in. i) 7t soitui siue ol
Twenty-tirt street, ojipo-lte 'Convent
llloek" cry desirable lor residence pur
poses, cheap.
No III A well Improved larm of 210 acrca
WJ acres under ciilliwitlou: houses ami burn
rood orchard, bearing trees; running water
tnroiign larm aoove ovcrnow. une ipiarter
mile from station and depot ol Cairo .V St.
LotiN raiiroail. M ill be sold on cay terms
lorl'JJ per acre.
o 14 Ten ot the choicest lot. In bloek
", 1st addition, above crude, bcuiltlllil ie-1-
ilence location, win no soiu at u great bar
gain. Wu call particular attention to this
property as it will bo sold very low.
A FINK CHAMCK Hilt INVK8TMKNT.
Ill aiMitlon to tho foregoing Ho olfer lor
kale, or leac, u lare number of vacant lot-,
In dlllercnt parts ol the city, embracing No
1 hiisinesa und residence property.
In unimproved lands, we have for sale
over 2."i,li00 acres In Alexander and l'ula-kl
counties, at prices ranging from $2 to$l.
per acre, and urc prepared to oiler induce
ments to purchasers; that cannot be cipiallcil
in Colorado, Texas or any other place or by
"any other man." A large amount ol lands ol
the very beit ipiallty, in Alexander and Pu
laski counties, belonging to tho llllnoli Cen
tral Railroad company, lor the sale or which
we are the agents, will be sold very low ami
on such easy terms that a person ol industri
oiih habits, with a very small mm ot ready
money, ean In it lew year beeemi! the.
owner or i prouuettte farm, no have
plats ami descriptions of all lands offered
inr shIh mid will take pleasure In slionlni.'
purchaser the property. Titles to all lamia
so M liy uk Kiiurunteed, and shown Irom the
patentee wiicn rciiircn oy aosiraciH. ai
piy to .iun. v iiaajin. lii.
Cor. .Sixth ami Levee sts Cairo, I
io 7, is::i.
.lune
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AUCTIONEERS,
74 (hxcond tlook) onio lkvkh,
OAIHO, UAH,.
Buy and Stuh UAi. Khtati,
PAY TAXK3,
FURNISH AHSTHACTS OF TITLE
Aa.'l Jiitrar" (lnnajancea of KtH'la!
VHTNICIANfl.
.1. W. HKKJMAN,
I'livslelan, siirueou and aceoucher. Olllco.
rwelltli street, between Walnut and Cedar
sirecm. i-r, ii
A. J. ltOK, M. D
Olllcc liter TIioiih .V llro.'.i grocery store,
No, lit 1 Commercial avenue, corner Eighth
street. Residence corner Walnut, ami
Tvtcllty-lirst streets.
DR. JL C. TAUKU,
Will resume the nractice nt hla profession
with esjiecial reference to the electrica
ircatmeni oi diseases in all mo new and lui
pnived methoiln or aimlfeatiou.
in all eases or female complaints a ady
win no in uiienuaneo.
Olllcc, 12tJ Commercial avenue, up stairs,
It. H. Tmi(JirAM,.M. J).,
Ilouurpathlc physlslan and sniireon. or-
I'm u l.'ii! Comiiierclul itvcnue. Itcsldeiice
corner of Lleventh uud Cedar streets.
"I' 2iu
IJ. WA11DNEH, M. 1).
Olliec and Residence 111 Commercial live.
nun, (next door to the AthoiieuniJ,
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M. D.
RKHIIiKNOK No. at Tbirteanth atrwl, I
twten Washington arenue and Walnut aire
Ottlce-UO Commercial aTanuii, up rlalrs.
U. W. DUNNING, M. D.
SKHlDENUK-cornarNlnth and Waluut sta,
OUlee corner Hlitr straat an 'I Ohio Intoo.
an houra from a.m. to U m., and Bp. in
J)H. G. K. DOUGLAS,
A constant mpjily ol puro Nitrous Oxide
On, fur the painless extraction of teeth, lit
the Dental Rooms of Dr. DoukIi", iiuccesbor
to Dr. A. .M. Austin, Ki,'htli atreet. Mil
I.IIMIIKK.
Wll ITK UOLLAIU'LANING MILL
N WALTKBN, Prnprlolor,
oiALiaia
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
AMD
LATH, BUINOLBS, CEDAR POSTS
D00U8, SASH, BLINDS
OKDERS SOLICITED.
Steamboat Ldmbkb,
Our Homo Advertisers.
HALLIDAY BROTHERS
GENERAL AGENTS
LfOHWAHDINO ani. (10MMIHSI0N
HXII IIIIAh TH.
DEALERS IN FI OUR;
Ami Aitrsla ol
OHIO HIVKII AND KANAWHA
SALT C03yL-3?-A-XrXJn.
70 Ohio Lbvkk,
Uaiho, Illinois.
r.HT.tUI.INIII.II IV'i..
.1. O. MATH KWSON,
COMM 1 SSION M ERCI I A N'l
And Agent for
Hazard ash DcroNT.Pownicrt Co.,
AUGUSTA. OA.
;o.Klu
K. U. PACKkt CO.,
I' O H W A II II I . IJ
A K I)
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
DKALKKS IN
II A V
UOIvN.
OATS,
MHAL
FLOUR ANI) COUNTRY PRODUCE
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
3-1211
MILLKK & I'AHKEK,
GENERAL COMMISSION
KOKWAHUINO MKHOHANTH,
DKALKKS IN FLOUR, (JOHN
Oats, Hay, otc,
AOENTS fo KAIRRANK'S SCA LES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. 1LLINOIH.
S. I). AVIKH.
K. .1. AVKlt
AYKRS ,t CO.,
FLOUR
-AND
OENKRAL COMMISSION MKUOHANTS
No. 7H Ohio Lkvkk, Caiho, Ii.i.r.
1-711".
VK T K 11 0 li 11 L,
Kirlii'ltr
FLOUR MERCHANT
ANI
INC! I. HERS' .3-233rT,
No. ho onio i,i:vi:i:,
3-20 tf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
" jTm. FHlLLiVsl
Forwarding and Commission
MKHUIIANT,
aan
WUARP-BOAT l'ROI'KIETOU.
prepared lo forward all kinds of fr cIkIiIk
lo all points,
Wllusineaa attended to prmniitlr;
WOOD RITTKNIIOUSK & HJ0
FLOUR
Gneral C'oniiniiifiion Morolmnts
183 OHIO LBVKK
Our Home Advertisers.
itisi'F.i.i.ANr.oim.
IJEMIS, HIIOWN .t CO.,
BAG MANUFACTURE RS
AOKNTS llOSIK COTTO.W MlI.I.H
NO. fcO Ohio Lcveo, Cairo, Ills.
W-2m.
NEW LIVERY STARLE
TENTH STREET,
IIITWKKN WAHIl'N AVXNUK ANII WALNUT
Dr. II. T, rialda Informa ton put.llo thai ha La
(jtirntMl a
L 1 V K n V S T A li I. K
on Iho nnrthwisl aldn of Tenth atreat as nam
HlnTa,
Hla H'ablaa will l fiunl.lis I with nnnr Lilt Id
BEST HORSES
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may he aecommoil.itcd at al
hours or the day and night with sale team,
on thi lnvel terms.
Dr. Held, a'kaa share or nub cnatronaee
and will endeavor to merit It by fair ileitllh
inn sine i aiieniinii to ousi
WAKI) & KOHKKTS,
Dkalkhs is Window Siiadeh,
Wall I'apkh, 1'uhk Wiiitk
Lkad, I.inskkd Oil
ILLUMINATIMd OIL,
HrllUTK TUKI'KNTIVK, 0 LI1 K
Siikllac, Alcohol, Etc., Etd.
Waililtii;toti avenue and Rlevciith slieet.
Caiho, ... Ilm.noi
1'AltlCKH A HLAKK,
Lillrkl
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
I'utljr. Ilenallir, (liiaollnr,
WIWDOW GLASO.
WINDOW BIIADX8,
tod lh rMatratMl illomlnatin
A U HO HA OIL.
IirtOJH'LOIt.DINr OOP ilTHBT. ACOU
ME!tOtr .V.,
tHliio
Il.LlKOla.
Caiho rx and .RAKirr Co.
Dealera In
LUMREU OF ALL KINDS
IIAKII AMI SUIT.
ICrpp constantly on hand
I'l.OOltlXH AND SlDINd, Al 0 L.Tll.
Order- Nulli-llc.1
MILL AND VAI1D COKNKIt TIIIItT V-K0URT1I
hTKKKT AND OHIO I.KVKE.
CAIRO, - ILLINOIS,
:o tf
DANIKL LAMl'KJtT,
FASHIONRLE BARBER
Kioiitii St., II t. Com. & Wabil.
IJAIRO. ILLS
H'INKM ANII 1.IIIUUIIH.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE (1RO0ERH,
OHIO 1. K V K B
41 A I It II I I. I. I N O I H.
Man, Wasp ronlautljr nn I, nnd a mnil nom
pliitH stock ul
riio.croTif.-i.
SISlTOII AMD IKIHH W1IISK1KH
-HI N H.
I'ort, Madnria, Sherry and Catawba Win
11. Smith .t Co. aro also agents Inr Spen
cer, MeKay ACo.'s I'lllsburi; alc,ol wlileli
l.true aloek Is kept constantly on hand at
Ihelrwholesale store.
Summer Allenlioii to tlio
trade. Iluvini'ii lar''e sclec
lion of liiindsoino white goods
very clioaji, Batiste do valeir
cieiinis, jilain striped and fig
ured styles ; Swiss's, plain
striped and figured ; Victoria
lawns, plain striped and fig
ured ; Mar?oilles in great vari.
etics and patterns; Nansooks
patterns; linen lawns, white
and figured ; Percales in hand
some figures and designs; cm
broidereis in largo assort
ments ; white trimmings in
largo assortments ; linen suit
ings in all shades ; linen dam
asks, handsome patterns ;
have in storo a very complete,
largo and seasonable assort
ment of dry goods very cheap.
U. ILANNY.
P. S. Plcaso call, no trou
ble to show goods. 0-28 tf
CARL PETKRS,
BLACKSMITH
Cor.lllevrulli ncl Hoplur !
InformH tho public .hllt H?. uHenjai;cil ttio
servleeaof a Klrst-ciawt v:t(,'on nmkeriiiitl
also a KlrHUli-H,u'l!0.hl"?""ll la ready
to nianuraeture and cpair all kinds or work
u tl U trade vlU "l1"- dlkpatcb,

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