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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, lHVa
OMrUI Paper of she. City anil
Oonalr, tha only Jfornlsisr nnlly
rmptr PablUtiela Honthern Illinois,
JOHN II. OUEUL.Y. Editor and l'ubllihor
2TKHH8 OF TUK DAILY FULLKT1N :
On week, by csrrter t V
One year by carrier, In advance 10 00
One year by carrier If not pild In
advance i2 00
Une month, by mall 1 00
rnre month :i 00
Six month ft 26
One year 10 00
TUK DOLLAIt WEEKLY BULLETIN
John II. Oberly ha reduced the subscrlp
tlon prloe of the W'kbklv Cairo Bullktin
t On Dollar per annum, making tt the
cheapest paper publlahod In Southern Illlnol
Hemltiig inntlrr on trrrj imge.
ON TIIE WING.
HOT WEATHER OIIOLEK A AT
COLUMIIUS-TIIK FOK EST CITY
EUCLID AVENUE TOLEDO
NOHTII 1IEND-0II1OAUO NOUTIt
VATED FIELDS IJKLOIT.
Bkloit, "Wisconsin, August 2".
Wo havo changed our baio very mate
rially slnco our last letter and Into n mucli
cooler latitude Tho ntmospbero nt Cin
cinnati waa stilling. It was hot tho day
we reached thoro and hottor tlio morning
we left. It not onl v look the starch out of
our linen, but it wlltod us in person; in
fart it uiod us up ontiroly. Onco
UN D Kit WAY,
the sun roao higher and inoro of it, the
clouda of duit ponotrated tho curt, and by
tho timo wo reached Columbus your cor
respondent could aland it no longer, and
left tho can for n change, and wns soon
lorry wo had dono ao, hs wo learned that
was still busy "gathering them in''
throughout tho city. Two had died that
morning, one after an illness of only threo
hours. This now at onco mado us foci
worse, and thn old nbominablo abdominal
pain took hold with ronowed forco. Wo
TOOK A WALK
for a cbango, (trolled down to tho peni
tentiary with tho Intention of ttlflr.g it
look at tho night hundred in
rnatos, when wo were told at
tho door that over twenty pris
oners had already died of tho cholera,
(which llrst mado its appearance within
Vho walls of tho pr!son)nono of thorn bolng
sick ovor oight or twolvo Lours. Wo at
onco lost all intoroat in tho ponltontlnry,
wended our way to tho depot, and gladly
OUH BK AT IN TI1K ('Alts,
and felt bottorus soon as wo got outside tho
city limits. Columbus is Improving vory
rapidly. A railroad having boon built
Into the coal region, has caused manufac
tures of all kinds to spring up liko magic;
and tho growth of tho city tho past few
years has been rapid. Wo reached Clovo
land that night, and was glad thoro wore
no trains left on tho Sabbath la UUu u
away. Wo r poko in a former letter of tho
cleanliness of this eilv. Jt puts In tho
eliado any other placo wo hnvo visited In
ONE OH TWO CASKS OK CHOLKIIA,
early In tho season, caused so much alarm
that tho whole city was at onco put under
strict sanitary rule, which is still rigidly
enforced. Cleveland well merits tho name
of the "Forest City;" neurly ovory street
abounding in magnificent shado trees.
We think Euclid avenue, without excep
tions, is tho finest street wo ovor saw.
Bayard Taylor, In one of his lectures there,
told his audience that it was tho finest
street he had ever scon, eithor in this
country or on his oastorn
travels in the old world.
i five tntloE in longth, ovor one hundred
feet In width from curb to curb, and tho
sidewalks are as wido as ordinary strooU,
beside a doublo row of shade trees. Tho
uvenuo is filled with olegant residences
some of them perfect palaces. On tho
north side of the uvenuo tho lots nro
MX TO EIO.I1T HUNDKKD FKKT 1IKKI'.
Tho housos, setting back about midway,
making a raoit magnificent lawn with
no fences botwoen for blocks to mar their
symmetry. Tho lawns woro tlllod with
rustic arbors and Boats, hanging baikots,
flowers, shells and statue In profusion.
A rlio through this lovoly placn is well
worth a visit to Cleveland. Wo took tho
first train on tho lakoShoro road on Mon
day morning and rested that night
This city, like Columbus, is growing with
uneximplcd rapidity. Kailroads go undor,
through and around it, and is ono great se
cret of Hs tuccchs. Tho ease and celerity
with which people can ba handled. No
"croakers hboul thu roads ruining t,0
town there. Lofty elevators lino
luo mot uniiKi, wuttu tho canal
is teemed with boats and v.niols load
ing and unloading thuir cargoes
The sidewalks of Toledo arelof Cairo uat.
tern. The guttors excepting on tho prin
cipal streets aro mero ditches end not
paved. Some of tho streets are planked
tut the aspect of tho city gcnorally wa!
not good in a sanitary point oi view, but
from Ibo life and hurry and vim exhibited
It would seem as though tho citizens woro
11 so busy they had no time to improve
their city. Anyh ow, Toledo will do to
bet on, Aftor taking a thorough stroll
through tho city, we woro onco moro
"on thk wino,"
tb cars as uiual crowded to overflowing,
Ono Innovation on tho "tlmo-honorod ' cus
torn of callings ,e stations when lh
trains stop, is to o commended. On all
th through express valm, when midway
between tha Stallone, thu conductor goes
through each car and t ays, ' tkw car stops
next at Mackerelvllle," or whauvor the
place may be. This gives tho passengers
plenty of timo to get their traps ready,
and the train losos no timn at thu stations.
AT NOKTII UKND
sm iininouso crowd had gathered to visit
Barnum's "great moral show," which
wherever it is exhibited, draws the
masses. Ills said that his gross rocoipts
in Chicago alono woro over $70,000. Wo
noticed ho was cxtenslvoly billed nil
along tho route to Cloveland. On roach
wo found a good doal of tho air of Cincin
nati nnd Columbus, not quito so oppressive,
at tho aamo timo full hot onough for com
fort and not so vory healthy either, thoro
being moro cases of cholora and kind rod
dlsonses thoro tho past week, than at any
otbor timo heforo this season. Wo woro
vory glad aftor spending ono day thuro,to
take a teat In tho comfortablo cars of tlm
NOKTII WESTKHN HAILnOAD
for cooler climes, having novor been over
this portion nf tt.o slata previously, tho
rido wssttnstmly Interesting. Tho country
norlh of Chicago is vory line. For tho
first ten or fifteen milos llttlo suburban
towns havo sprung up, sueli as Englcwood,
Norwood l'ark and othors which nro filled
with hnndsomo cottages and beautiful
gardons, nnd owned by porsons doing
business in tho city.
ALONOTHK wnot.t: iiouti:
wc glided by a succession of highly culti
vated farmi," tidy farm houses with good
barna and flno yards, all looking in a
thrifty condition, and beautiful villages
now tho rulo nnd not tho exception. On
arriving at llulolt wo woro amused nt
twin signs on tho depot, which rend
n part of tho building being In tlio former
and n part in tho latter Stnto. Wo havo
frequently stood on tho point in Cairo,
nnd now havo the satisfaction of standing
on this point, four hundred and si.xty-thron
miles north of "yo nnclont city." Wo
"straddled" tho two State for a moment,
and felt happy.
la n thriving placo of about -1,000 inhabi
tants, located on tho banks of Hock river,
a bountiful stream of clear wator which
omptiea into the .Mississippi 160 miles
west of here. Tho ntmoaphura is clear
nnd bracing, moro liko vernal ihnn any
placo wu'vo soon. A light ovorcont, morn
ing and evening, is quito comfortablo, nnd
npnirof woolen blankets nt night very
NO MOSO.UITOKS OK KLIK.N
to annoy oti. .Splendid fishing for pick
erel nnd pike in tho river, and tho coun
try round full of prairie chickons. Tho law
was "oil ' on tho loth, nnd ovory ono is
now on tho "kill." No ono thinks of
bringing in less than n score in an after
noon's shooting. Thoy nro now in their
prime, and thoir flnvor la excollont, as wo
know from our oxperienco at tho bicnk-
faft tahlo this morning. As ovor,
1. U. E.T.
Mikn.ii.'iii'.-niT.i im Ann Klin.
Boston, .Soptembor 1. A well attondod
publlo mooting was hold to-day undor the
auspices of tlio Boston grnngors. Tho
meeting tvas called to ordor by .John 11.
Ilartlctt, master of tho Boston grange,
who stated tho principlo quostion was
cheat) transportation of products from
wost to cast, and reform in railroad man
agomont, which wns not only necessary
but indispensable .1. E. Abbott, gonoral
deputy of tho National grnngo, spoku of
tho great revolution that wns going on in
tho country, nnd urgod tho importance of
pulling down this monopoly of rnilroadj.
Ho gave tho statistics of tho earnings of
dltlorcnt railroads, necessarily roducing
tho profit of tho farmers to
almost nothing. Ho also contondod that
tho cost of troight nnd travel could be re
duced to n qunrtor of tho prosent rates,
nnd considered it downright robbory as
it Is now mnnngod. Thoro should, ho
claimed, bo u suporior power to combine
and consolidate, nnd thu grnngo is tho
only organization that has with
any degroo of succoss mot this monopoly.
Ho wns followod by Amasn AVnlkor, who
said it should bo thu duty of congros to
protect tho Interest of tho country. IIo
spoko of throo wnys in which tlio great
objoct could bo obtained : Tho llrst
being a general law fixing a rato of travol
and of freight on nil roads in tha country;
second to create now line between prin
cipal depots of transportation nnd thus by
purchasing nil tho roads, nnd
placing them under governmental
managomont, to bo loused, which would
open all roads to tho public at tho cheap
est rato. Ho reviewed dill'oroiit plans,
nnd thought tlio last tho most feasible.
Wo conaidor tho question of railroad re
form a national question which would
bocomo a political ono, nnd could only liu
achieved by political action.
FllOM ST. LOUIS.
WAKKI A bTKA.MKK 1IUILT.
.Sr. Lonn, September 1. Capl. 1). K.
I'omoroy of tho steamer Duko of Kdin
burg, which runs on tho Amazon river
from l'ara to Han Antonio, 1,800 miloa,
was on Thungo to-day, nnd left for ti e
Ohio river to-night for tho purpose ol pro
curing thu construction of a steamer of
&00 tons, to carry railroad iron from l'ara
to San Antonio, A railroad !s now being
built around tho fulls nt tho latter place,
abovo which steamers will be run, nnd the
vast country of Bolivia will bo opened to
tho commerce of tho travel by tho Ama
zon anil its tributaries,
WAh TIIKIIK A KHIIIT?
Tbu Leavenworth Times nf yesterday,
states Simons and Stager of that city re
ceived a letter on Saturday from Fort Sill,
Auguit'J4, which makes no mention of tl o
Indian troubles or apprehended attack.
IIUINUINU THKM TO JUhTICE.
Tho Kvming Dispatch has a aponial
from Fulten, Missouri, saying W. W.
Dundsn, another of the victims of tho
Callaway county lynching affair, died thin
illuming. The grand jry )ltt adjourned
i Reported Expressly for the Bulletin,
niter Indicting somo 0 or 8 men for partic
ipating in lynching. Thu nnmosare with
hold. No arrest will b.i made, but it ia
said tho county authorities nro determined
to bring tho guilty parties to Justice.
EROT N E WY OH K
TlfK HON!) KoltOKKlKS.
Nkw Youk, Soptembor 1. investiga
tion thus fnr shows tho forgeries mado
known Saturday nro conllned to New
York Central sevens of 187C,and Buffalo
Now York and Erio first mortgago loans.
About $l'JG,00O of tho latter, so far as a
cortalncd, havo boon placed. A report
rns prevalent on Wall street to-day tlint
ft bank has lost heavily by tlio forgeries,
nnd that n small broker firm has fullered
to tho Amount of 511,000.
A statement comes from police head
quartore, on what is said to bo good au
thority, that 51,000,000 worth of forged
railroad bonds and other securities havo
boon thrown on tho market by forgorl
who havo boon operating in this city,
Among others, $150,000 Now .lersey Cen
tral railroad bond ; $'JO,000 of Western
Union telegraph, and 5200,000 of Boston
nnd Now York bonds. It is rumored thero
is n lnrgo lot of forged New York Contrnl
bonds In cliculntlon In London.
WHAT I IKK KIOJ'UJIT.
ties The storm now prevailing ovor New
England and St. Lawrenco vnlley will
movo eastward, followod on Tuesday by
fresh southwesterly winds mid clear
weather. For Mlddlo Stntcs and Lower
Lnko region Tuesday rising baroinotor
fiesh southeasterly to southwesterly winds
and generally clonr weather. For South
Atlantic stntcs gontloatid frcfli southwolt
orly to westerly winds and gonornlly clear
wcntlior, except llgnt rain on const, l-or
Uulf states cast of Mississippi light south
westerly winds nnd partly cloudy wenthor
with rain areas on coast. lor lenct'ssco
and Ohio valloy generally clear weather
and light to fresh wind?. For Upper
Lnko rogion gonornlly clear wonthor nnd
southwesterly to soutliorly winds. Onu
tionnry signals contlnuo at Huston, l'ort-
land and Eastport,
muiiiki to iikaiii.
Cincinnati, Soptembor I. Norris Ed
gurton, ownor of u pottery nt Mnnshostor,
Ohio, wns stabbed by dim Dougherty on
tho rivor yostordny, and died from tho
wounds. Dougherty is undor nrrest for
murder. The causo is said to bu an old
It having boon publicly staled ,hero
that information from no ono ru-electoU or
elected for tho llrst term, to tho next con
gress, who declined to draw tho Increased
pty, has como to light. Hon, L. II, Gun
tor, declined to taku part of tho monoy,
nnd will use hia htlliinncn to reoenl the
law, nnd will mnku It npplicablo to him
solf. FROM CLEVELAND.
Clkvkland, September 1. Yostordny
John Wilson, n brakomnn, while switch
ing fell on tho track and his leg was so
badly crushed that ho lived but n short time.
Tliis morning a conductor of tho Lnlso
Shoro discovered a man sitting on tlio
bumper of tho froiglit;onglno nnd whilo
trying to got him tho man becamo fright
oned, and jumpod nnd struck on tho truck.
Two cars pnssod ovor him, killing him in
stantly. V UOMS ANDUSKY.
YAWL HUN DOWN.
Sandusky, fc'eptonibor 1. The steamer
Jay Cooko ran down a yawl containing
eight men. Ono wns drowned nnd ono
hnd n 6houldor broken.
DKAD HODY VOUNI).
Tho body of an unknown woman was
fouud nonr town. Foul play suspoctod.
F ROM COiiUMJJU S.
CoLUMiiUf, Soptembor 1. A young
man of this city named lCrum, ngod 23,
whilo out sliooling, Sunday, n short dls
lanco south of the city, accidentally shot
his gun while climbing a fence, tho ball
taking ol!ect in his head, killing him in
stantly. FROM DAYTON.
TUB CAMPAION ol'KNKD.
Dayton, Ohio, September 1. Tho
Democratic campaign oponod hero to
night with Sam Curey. Not exceeding
fifty persons woro present. Carey spoke
about forty minutes, and thu meeting
V 1 1 OM Ti FX 1 NO TON .
Lkxinuto.n, Septembur 1, Specials
from Furls and .Millorsburg Ptato thero
are cases of cholera In tlio latter places of
tile lilott malignant churnctor, mid up to
,lbn present time not u single purson at
tacked has recovered.
TltK DKIHOIT DISA6TKH.
Dk.ihoit, Septembor 1. Tlio uxamina
tlon in tlio Detroit mid Milwaukee disas
ter still continues at Muir. The evidence
to-day isngenoral ropotltion of what has
already beou telegrnphod.
LouisVil.Li:, Soptembor 1 Uivor risen
2 feel past 21 hours, and is now stationary;
5 foot '-' inches In cannl; afoot II Inchon in
Fnss Down Indian chute. Kanawha river
repurtod rising, S'ory warm mid sultry.
.Mercury '.'(1 at '.! p.m. '1 liu new gates ot
thu canal aro in position, and working
well. Arrlvod Hon Franklin, ('ineln.
nail; Oroy Eagle, lloiulotson; Chnrm.ir,
Evnnsvllle; Handy, Troy. Dopnrtod: Bon
Franklin and Chnrmcr, Cincinnati; Han
Sr. Louis, September 1. Arrived!
Moonstonv, Illinois river; Colorado,
Vlckabur; Clinton and Johnson, Kookukj
Dictator, Cincinnati; Clinrloy Brown,
Ohio. Doparted : Henderson, Keokuk;
City Chostor, momphls. Clinton. St.
Paul; Honry Amoa, Now Orleans. Blvor
falling slowly; weather very hot during
tlio day; nppoarnnco of ft storm to-night.
Kvanswm.k, Soplcmbor 1. Clear and
hot. Mercury 0C. IliVnr fell I inches.
Down: Kvnnsvllle, Ada Heilman, Mary
Anient, Arkansas Bollo nnd Andy ,1ohn
son. Up: Nick Lougworth, Alov Swift,
Oeo. Hol'orla, Stnr, (Julck'tep nnd IJvans
vllle. Business nctlvo.
Mrmi'iiic, Hoplemberl Tho following
bonis departed : -In', Howard and Hollo
Mornphl", St. Lauis; City of Holono,
Vickslmrg. We ither clear and hot. mor
1'iTTaiiiriKi, Soptembor 1. Hlver falling
etcadlly, with ,'! feel In channel. Wenthor
cloudy nnd hot with boavy rnln this
morning, but did not continue long.
Nasiivii.I.K, September 1 itivor ron
onu Inch in last l!l hours; 'JO Inches on
shoals. Wenthor hot with Indications of
n atorm to-night.
Vicusnt'iio, Soptomber 1. Down:
(lloneoo. No bonta np to-day. AVeathor
clonr and warm. Ulvcr falling.
New Oiu KANs.Septembnr, 1. Arrived, i
.1. B. Maude. Departed, Ben and bnrges, J
St. Louis. enlhor clonr nnd warm.
Cincinnati, September 1 Ulvnr ris
ing. 11. I! Hudson arrived from Wlioel
Ing. Fnir,l red Lot,
Sr. Louis, September 1. Flour quiet
Wheat nctlvo, for best grades No 3
red fall $1 i!3; No 2 do f I 60.
Corn at regular board nnd dealers
apart and not enough dono to establish
price.; settlements for August generally
mndontfiOc; nt call bonrd excitement of
Saturday kopt up nnd lnrgo ntnnunt
changoa hnnda at O l(Ti)5,r)Jc cash: distil
Septomber: -I3e October. "
Oats nothing dono, buyorj and tollers
not boing ablo to ngreo.
Bvo better, 0(i,,0Sc.
Whiskey llrm, i 0:'.
Fork quiet, $111 7ul".
llncon dull; jobbing nnd order lots
Lnrd quiet; rellned Sc.
Hogs lower, it I 20.
Nkw Oulkans, Septembor 1. Flour
quiet; family 50i &o.
Corn dull; Eixed 05c; white ('.Sc.
Oats In good demand; 130 lue.
liny scarce; primo dull 5'J2(.i)2.'!.
Bacon JfTil K" HJc
Lard; refined tlorco S!'; keg 511.
Whiskey lower $1 01l 08.
Sterling 20; gold 15J.
Mkmthis, September 1. Cottin quiolj
low middling 18Jc; middling VJc.
Flour dull and' nominal.
Corn meal higlior; i'l 002 07.
Corn, outs, brnti nnd liny dull and nom
inal. Bacon, fair demand and advanced.
Shouldora !lc. Sides 1 1 Ac.
Fork nnd lard dull and nominal.
WHITE UOLDAK FLAN ING MILD
H WAI.TKIIS, Proprietor,
hakdand aorr luxMBER
LATH, H11IUOLKS, OKDAK FOSTf
DOOUS, SASH, UL1NDS
Kurnlalieil on htmrtont notics.
Oommorcinl avonuo, botwoon Tonth nnd
CAIRO JiOX AND UaSKKT CO.
TlTATllVI flV Kl T. It' I lift
IjUiUJlLilk 111! AlJlJ IV 1.1 JIO
IIAItlk AMI SO IT.
Keep constantly on hand
FbOOltl.Nd AND SilllNll, also Latil
MILL AND Y'AltD COIlNKIt TIIIIlTY-roUHTlt
STKKirr AND OHIO I.KVKK.
OAIKO, . ILLINOIS 7-30 tt
Mil 8. MoOKK,
On Eighth Btreot, lietwoenOommorclalanil Wah
UKton Arenuea. lailallr rfcoitlnt
NKW MILLINERY GOODS
LATKUT BfHINQ AND hUMMKU BTYLKS.
tlnalilea a lull Une of
ITrinimod and untrunmnd,
fltKNOU KI.OWEIIH. UIIlllO.Nd, TRIMMI.NOH
of all kimli, I.aooH, etc., eto.
Mra. Mcdeo has also a large axaortmont o i
fancy Article", fucli aa
NECK TIi. OIiLAKH, DNDKilHLKKVKfl,
KUFKH.tUHIIlifl, KANri.l ,
And all othor articloa usually lourni in a
FIHST-OLASS M1LLINEUY STOKH
Mm. McQce. In addition to her Htock of
Fancy and Millinery (loods, baa a lino nnd
Comploto assortment of Cinelunatl Custom
made Ladles' and .Mines' Hhoes and Chll
drena' Hoots, lllaek nnd in Colora. These
aroucknowjodced to bo tho tlnest and best
ever In the market, and this la the only
liniiso the t-ltv that makes thorn a spenlaltv I
STEAM 1 50 AT RUTCIIER
CI I V NAIIONAL HANK IIU1KDINU.
ItTrSlieeiall.illenllon paid to order Horn
steaiiibonts, night or day.
B LACK SCITIi
Cor.r.loveutli tsiitl Iolisr Nla
Inlorins Ihn niibllu that III) llHSCIl'-llL-ed Uio
to iiiauulaettiru and opairall kinds of won
In this trade with upalf nnd dispatch,
Our Homo Advertisers.
HKAi, i-htah: ai:no.
U. WINSTON & UO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (RKOOHII VLOOIt) OHIO I.KVKK,
HtlV AND SlILI, ltCAl. EHTATE,
FUBNISH ABHTUACTS OF TITLK
Anil lUCMrn Coiio i rr.etx nt Klo.l!
John (j, llnrmaii. C'lnw. 'I'hiupp
JOHN Q. U ARM AN k CO.,
REAL EST AT K ACJENTS
COLL KOTO US
Norlli linr, ul II I .'Jt. mill lllu I. ere
Oiler lor ale at low ll'-ures and eavv leinn
the lollowlug real Ohtato :
.11 l llll ClVtllll , UkiHV, Ul lll-t 1
and l.ocin-t ht renin, It 'J' :iud2, li 1, tlitritail.
I.otti nbiitn grade, r lota In It I, In what l
known :ii Hi J "lildgo lllouk;'' tlio-u lot. run
through Hie Moid; ll-oin I'ineenlli to M.
teentli flieet, and the liet re-ldeiieo prop
erly in the elly .uljoliilng propel ty highly
.So 2 l.otn.'l nnd I. Ii l.'i, efty, U'aililntton
aenue, between Thirteenlliaiid Fouilet nth
tieelf, woH hide, lloud twicrtory liiillilhiir
on eaeli lot.
No,'! Al-o. aealit lolx.") and 0. aillolninu
v.. i t . t. i ............ 'rti..ini.
thU !llllC, I.Ol II, ll '.'.'I, lit),
on Sixth street, Miutli "Mi-,
between I'omiiierelal ami Vulilnxton aw
liileii, will lie Mild in tiaetn lo Milt pui'eli:i"er.
cry low and on easy terms
No -1 Lola 7 and Ii M, corner ol I'otii
teenth and I'oplar Mreets. Iront on l'npl.ir
street, West stile, opposite pot-olllt-e bloel. .
Sit fi Splendid lniinesi luiililiui,', lesl
iloncu in second story, (i room-', lull and
irouinuii rear siairway. wniernn noin unors,
In numlier one eointltion: situated on uortli
west corner ot Commercial neuilu ami
Twclllli street. A great bargain If sold
No 0 LoIm I, 7 ami 0, 1) '22, eitv, on
('oiiimer.'ial avenue, be ween i-'oiutli ami
I'lttli slieeti, ,ota 20 and 21, b 21, cltv, mi
Washington ueiiue, between I'lltli' anil
.Sixth sticeK 'l ei mi easy, piUulow.
o i i,oi ii, in n i, on .Miiutcenlli ,
street, between Cniiiluordal uenue ami I
I'oplar stieet a great lialgaln. Lot'JTi, It ', 1
lstail., on Wa-liliiglon nveime. ;
No S Two er ileslrablo biisines hoii-es :
anil two lots, on MMIi street liutween 'Join-
meielal mid Wailiington avenues '.ill lie i
-old at terms to pay pureliacr rental of 2."i I
pel' cent on imcsliiicut. i
No H-sIx lots in I) 20, 1-t ad. High
ground. S2ia)eaeh on eay pajinents.
No lu Lots 1 and 2. in l ii north corner ol
Tenth and l.ecu streets. Best bu-lnes loca
tion In the city terms eay. I.ot-21. 22and I ,. ,
2.1 Hi hi!', 1st ad., south coiner ol Twentieth I ForWanllllg illl'l UllimilSSlOI)
and I'oplur streets. Al-o three lots m court- ,
house block, Irontlng on I'oplar street-
.No 11 A slileinliii to-story re-ldenec on
norlh-vift corner of Walnut nnd .Ninth
streets, with two lol.T very deslrablu prop
erly. Mi 12 Lots 18 and lf, h 7!) south side ol
Twenty-Iirst street, opposite "Convent
Muck" very desirable lor reldciieu pur
No 13 A well Improved farm of 210 acres
IW acres under ciilthatlon : house- and liaru
good orchard, bearing trees; running water
through liiiin abou overtlow. One ipl.irter
mile Irom statiun ami iiupoi i i:.iii., ,v M.
i.iitM iiiitroail. Will bu sold on ea-y lerin
lor S12J per acre.
Noll Ten ol tho choicest lots, In block
f7. Nt Jlll.Ittl.tr uImiIm xriiili l.i.-nilllitl ,,..1.
ilenee location, will lie solil at a giulii liiir-
gam. Wo call particular attention to im
properly as It will be sold very low.
1 A FINK CIIA.SCK lOK INVIiSIJir.NT.
i III addition to the foregoing we oiler for
sale, or lease, a large-numlier of vai-ant lots.
, In dillerent parts ol the city, emlir.u-ing Mi
, 1 business ami residence propel ty.
in unimproved lanua, we nave for sale
ncr2."i.lOO acres in Alexander ami I'ula-Ui
counties, nt prices ranging from j2 to SKi
per acre, and arc prepared to oiler induce
ments to purciiaseis tliat cannot lie equalled
In Colorado, Texas or any other pl.iee or by
"any other man." A large amount ol land-ot
uio very nest (plumy, in Alexander and l'u
lasM counties, belonging to thu Illinois Cell- I
tral Hailrnail foioieinv. lor tlm t..-iti nt u-lili.1, I
we are tho agents, will be sold very low and
fill hlll-ll ..flul- ti.rllW tll.lt I, tu.l-k.tt, ,il In, la, -tel.
; oils habits, with a very email' sum ol ready
'iiionc, can in a imv year.s oeeome ine
! ow"er of a productive larm. Wo have
pluta and descriptions ol nil I.iuds ottered
! ",r 1111(1 w"l llll;o pleasure In showing
pureliasers the property. Tliles to all lands
sold by us guaranteed, and shown liom the
patentee wlien reipilred by abstracts. Ap-
Cor. .Sixth and Loveu ata., Cairo, 111
Jut e 7, 1b7;J.
: a i it o
COAL AND WOOD VADDH
Tenth mid Fourteenth street-1, between
YYiislilngton and Commercial avcuticj.
All Kinds ov Wood and Coal,
Slovowood sawed to order.
Onlers reeeived for Filtsbtirgro.il tube
delivered in September at .VI per ton.
Lento oreers at ollleo on Tenth street,
next door to tobacco warehouse.
Terms: Cash on delivery.
i-2() lin C. V. WiiKKLi'.it, Frop'r.
WARD k JIOBKIITS,
Dkalkks: in AViNDtiw Siiadks,
Wall Fai-ku, Flhe AViiitk
Lkad, LiNbKKD Oil
Sl'IlilTH Tuitl'ENTINK, OLUK
Siikllac, Alcohol, Ktc, Ktc.
Washington aventto and Kloventh stieet,
Caiuo, . . . Illinoi
t'OI-'KHV, IIAIUUHON &('().,
ixileecssors to I). Illlltl ,V Soil.)
II.OIIIl.jlt.l. ,.MI HAY.
No Oil Ohio Lovoo, CAlllO, ILLS,
1. AYKHH. K. .1, A Kits,
AYH11S k CO.,
I o. 78 Ohio Lkvkk, Oauio. Illm.
t'OMWIWSIO.V MCIK IIAMS.
roiuv'AuniNo .mu (jom mission
n I! It II II A .V TN,
DRALEKH IN PI OUH;
Ami AiKi ef
olilii 1H1ii uiti ttxu win !
7() Ohio bi:v,t::,
Uaiiio, I I.I.I NOIM.
1 I' LMII.
7.. II. UA1 II Uf IS..
MATHUSrt v in iL
AM) SJI'.MI'.IU I.
Commissi on jM k ii c iiANTf?
1AY AND WKSTHHN I'UODUUK
J. M. I'll I iiLIi'S,
A an '
, WHAltF-HOAT l'KOl'HIETOH.
prop iru I lo f irw ir I ill ki'ili of IV eights ,
lo all polo'.-.
rilii'nis atii.n'lB.I tu prumiitlr; ,
0. 01.08 K, j
GENKItAI, CO.MMIIII.N .MKKCIIANT j
And dealer in i
LlMK, CnMKNT, Fl.AHIKIl, II.VIK, KTC j
No Ohio I..-..-.
I3T1 will sell In ear load lots at iiriniilar
Hirers' ptircs, adding lielglil. 4-2-tl
WOOD HITTKNIIOlJ.-s'''. k DUO
(2oiicr.il ( 'uininih.-iion iMorulian
1H( OHIO I.KVKK
W.M. II. WALK Ml! ,V CO.,
(l.nto Walker A llatrj.)
GKNEItAli COMMISSION M ENCHANTS
j-oH ham: or
Ootf.vTiiy, Wkstkiin and Noktiikun
.N'os. IS and 17 Norlh Water Street,
laTSpeelal attention given to con-ijrn-inenta,
S-1 0 if
JOHN li, l'HLLIS k 80N,
iHnccosaora to John II. I'hllln.)
DUALKKS IN HAY, UOHN, OATS,
Flour, Moal, Brun, &c,
AO K. NTS FOll LAFLlN AND KAN I)
I'OWDKH COM FAN V.
OoK. TUN I It SritKKT AND OlIIO I.KVKK
MUiLKH & l'AIUCKll,
DKALKKS IN FLOW 11, (JOHN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AOF.MT3 roil FAIKIIANK'H SOALK.M
Ohio Lovoo, OAIHO, II.LINOIH,
lH T K II O U II Ii,
FLOUR M E 110 A NT
No. HII OHIO l.KVKt:,
3-20 tl. OAIKO, ILLINOIS.
IJ1 IJJ I.B.li.4i44.IsJ
u l'i rsoli run Inkr lliran Illllrr DCrorJ.
toilir 'ctlons, ntnl remain long nnnrll, tinivlilnt
tli Ir lioiica are not ileatrojnl lij- mineral jkiIboii or
utln r incTins, ami vital organs lvisled Lejoud the
point of repair.
II) ii'ilu or InillKcslliin, Ifpulactie, rain
In tin' Mioutileri, CoiiKha, TlRtitliess of the Clies
Hlz.lneaa. Hour Criiciatlona of the Stoinnrli, ll.n'
T.lo in till Mniilh, lllllcius Attacks. IMInltallaii '
tlio Heart, Innammatliin of the Lmuta, I'.un In n
rriilon of Hie Kliliitfja.nnclaliuinlrcil other p.im
sjiiinloms, are tlin off stirlnRs of lijrapcjla. On
liottto will prove a better guarantee uf lus u .If
than n lengthy wlvertlsemcnt.
I'nr I'riimlr 4'iMiiiliilnta, in yonnit nr mil
rnnrrlcil or lnul', ftt tliu ilann ot wuinanuunl, ci
the turn ot Hie, these Tonic Hitters illspl.vr s ,
ileriile.l nil liulucnco that Improrcmcnt Is n a
Ii'or Inllntiitiinlfirv mill Clirntilc Itlirti
iiiulUin aiel Unut, Unions, Ki tiiittriit ntnl In'
uilttrnt Kcwra, lilsu.i'esor the Hlood, Liver, i;i i
iicjh mi' I lll.iililor, these lllltcri have no eiUji,
Mich Diseases nro rausoit hy Vltlateil lltoocl.
Tllry niti u iriillc I'llrKHll na svrlt ns
n Tmilr, pnsiaslmr the inerlt lit ncllnir as a
powerful nifeiit In rcllevluir (-'inseatloii or luilaM
nation nf tha Liver mill Vl.-Tcnt Organ, unit lu
Tor .suin lilarnsra, Hniptians, Tetter, Pa.!t
llhenm, lllolrhes, HH)ts, Pimples. Pustule", Holts,
Carliunclcs, ltini(-tunn, HcaM llca'l, Soro Kres,
Lrjslpclas, Itrh, Scurfs, Discoloration of the siklri,
llumiirs nml Diseases of the hkln of whatever natur
or nature, nro lltcrallr iltic up ami carnM out
of the ajateni In a short time liTthcu'c of ilne
Ornlrful Tliiinnniiils Jiroe.lalm Vinmaii HIT
tkih the most woi' Yful InviKorant that evsr
aualalutil the alnUiftf arati'in.
It. II. MrDO.N.W.O t CO.
DmculsLs niul lieu. Aitw., jsaii Kr.inrlwo, Oak, 1
tor. of Vashiucum anil Charlton ttw., N.V.
bOI.ll IIY ALL DUL'COLSTsi A DKAI.HItH.
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN
whit SI Sib's ":rt .
K it ; ss CnntnD! li" ari'l fitr I
r ii. fs ail i! .ra'n In iilut t f 2OS
tubals null thiMren J q u 2T T D .
f CnrsS Ilrrh , pjwnta
W ITCOWB ' f ;r CDai-l.!!.
avciiD I Clulilicn if ail (
HTRUr. V 2?niC3S
Iltllstts jam. wfVnfsori- I p ,
liausti'inln 14 er iummiilfs. B'- r , SciO
lug lutioaoJi'jvertotbiln. J c x: jrTtl .
It Is tbs Infuntn'nn.lClilllreii'a Hint F- lhm
lUtfii-ilj-, In all dlivrJurs Lrought on I) UathiUK .r
hut othsr raus,
ii irtlcular In rnltlnc for JlltS. tVIIITC011D-3
FYltur, ami taVo nciolli.r
rrtrarsil ly th. (JHAITOV MrDICISH CO , ft
Loult, Mo. ioM 1 7 Druggist awl Dcalin In
MsllrlTd Tsr? wbf-ri.
BUY" MC ANOULOOYOUQOOa
IljcleanalDC tlia Moo 1 ami aroniln tl.o llr-r ao I
ivcretit.1 nrcr. In n licullbjr action, Dr. Il-nrj i
Knot an 1 I'l.uit Tills curs mauTC injiUu.!. ulo. U it
wniiil not t'O rntitscil thojr couM r-acb, uili as
Ileoiloi lle. I'iln In (ho Mile. Nuiilli.
m as r llio IIiiiiiIm and I'ci't. Diillm-.
Illlllli SH, lllii-iiniiillhtii, .Veiiriilulii,
I.iish or Apiiettti'. llllloii'. Irj si-nti r.l ,
Klilili-J- Alli i tliins, S'uilHlliiiilliui, lie.
Iillltr, I'ev. rs or all Kim's. Ijii'i.
slo, J ik 11 ll il !-.'. ari l utlitr ku Jr-I i miuiriii
ariini; from a low atuto cf thu Lud, cr utatrbi twu
f i( funi lions.
Hi ni; t'f from Mcrcnrjr nr.'l r.tliar I ' launi Hi
ran lo uli-n nt all tlina ar I iinilsr all ciuuiikUu
.f ..Mitln nl re ant to iltot, tiiitinois.ir Iruera.
Itiey atir.1 .i ii tiin wcakci.ril ariit iliiumteiol
I iris into litalthjr rton, citmi; IbsnntKnclli t.i
...-'uriln thf-inifflvss anil throw en tlm oLitrm tl ins
oti.'li m tho (lr-t iuis it iliwn, wlllioiit
iiriiiliicliii; f llli'-r unii-is or c;riiliiir.
All liaTy anil itriMrjr anuratloti-, vrluch ara tho
f rriinnrrsorlirp(uldlistiirlia A pottle ,
I'nr lily Hi-.Strut. i-,i ro ..lotluilljr Jt'J)
c.T ly a few Un.ss ofthi,o san hlriR Tlllt.
full &tr-inn aroiin1 sfli u-i la KuiU.0. OrrLt&a, rt(..
ku t s.mii.b. em - ji'.iu . t n
l'ri-i , Ilylfc-ur,'- i ' Ci ft tyiuli U,
b..l v ' Urbijbu til Ota.ll. ilwllt.ftrt.fl.
Tin) humane locomotive aliould be care-lull)-
engineered, otherwise it naj rua-o
llietraeLol life at any lOHioi)t. T Iteep
its delicate Internal machinery In perfect
trim, or to put it lu pun I working condition
when out ol order, Is the peculiar piovlnee
Tarrant's lin'tTvieeiit ScID.cr Aperient
Thu lliorouhnei-s Willi vvhleh It eleali-e,
without In Hating tiie bowels, the tone ami
Ivor which It Imparts to thn stomach; Its
appetizing ellecta; Its enolln', relresh m;
operation in lever; tint reliol it aH'ords In
lieadaclie; ils anti-lilllotis properties, and
lis anpeilor inerits as a general corrective,
Jit-tlly llii! iisM-rtlou that il Is, beyond all
eompal'i-on, tlio lim-l valuable Inniilv inetli
cine of the nun. So tl by all driltfKltl
,IOY TO Till-: AFFLICTED I
UIIALDKNCIW TIIK WOULD
bVI'IIII.lTIO KHA DIOATOI!.
This prepaiatloii is aekuowleilKeil to be
Kiiperior lo nil known meilieliio as a Mire
and certain euio for ayphllia lu nil lis foims,
no mallei- how deplorable tho condition ol
the patient. II isentindy vejjetablo. II eau
be taken ill nil conditions ol the ajslent, and
with xaloty, also, III eonueelloii with other
medicine, II the patient deslies. Tho re
elpo, Irom which this preparation was made,
was obtained fiolii an old physlelaiiln South
America, In lt22, by Dr. Sherman, Sr.. who
has ned ll with unparalleled micco-k In tliu
treatment n! ayphllls. not only oxeltlii!; the
admiration nnd asonlluuent of leading eili
ens, bill of the niedleal fneiilly. mid has
Kived tho licH ol many alllleletl wdien glvt'ii
iiji as past hope by (-klfllul and einliiem phy-
'(ino'iiotllo will Kill.fy the Krcati'st hkeitl
as tolta superiority over nil other prepara
tions now timfc ....
Pi-i.ui. a.'i tier bottle. Sent lo any part ol
tlio United Stalcahy uxpros. Prepared and
Mild only by. ,,, . ,,
.No, Tt Christy A v., St. I.oula, Mn.
(J. W. DUNNING, M. D.
OKHIUKNOK oornerNlnth anil Walnut ata,
rvottieo uoruur Hlith atrtiut and Ohio larae,
(jtnoe lioura from 6 a.m. to l'i in., anJ s p.m
r .a sm wm