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Rratllni mailer on firry iiKe.
An jhftljijjcnt corrosppndeuLol- llio
01. J1DUI3. - uio( miorms uioworiu
thai " piritnaHi iiVroftul jMpught
out by Oiospitit or taiad cutid or
' iiiab.' Tyg informaUonMjoliepo
us. ' o liabalaborioj; im.dr tho
t hinff t1TSuTtrwrougW7out
but bfflDi) longcrfto vjclJtn or
tLatKiSKoii, H'o, aro ajiuoL;uro
thatw$Bdw sec jhellight.jlbutw aro
gcnt'ceSp'ondnt,wou!tl.tcll us wJiat
the spirit of 'God id oifr doubU would
bo all dissipated; but the old timo idea
that (tod is a .spirit baa induced us to
wonder f JJffigM'S f
in the rUea'
been split wido opoiirb.y;tip
c ..1 m- m ! . '
nnauciai (uustrmi. iiiiu 1
few dotnocralc papers advocate immo
the radical oflicc holders, there id it hard
money wnitiiitt, mupng tho masses pi,
jepublican parly in the west there is a
"disposition to demand more money.
"Ihe.JiiPwitrxjouifty rcpublieaiis' not
laving a Popo to handle tlicin an those
of Alexander have, in a recent conven
tion'Oafclarcd : ' "Thrit wc trustain tho
vaction of ourscuatorg, and rcpreieuta-
tives in congress ,upon( (tho currency,
jucstioii; j andjthat wp condemn wio
nvliolo financial poficy 6f 'the president
as set forth in, the, Jones momoranda,.
as well an Ins veto message.''
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Tin: following is a wt of U10 pat
ents issued from the Unitcd'Slates pat
ent oflico to Illinois inventor, for the
week ending Juae U,'Ib74, and each
beariugctilaVdae, iurnisbcd tbii nnr
.,. .va, solicitors of jiatcntfl,
Washington -D. 0. : Animal irp"pt-f "S
Friend. Decatur; Leveling Instrument.
it h lliginbotbam, Uhadcstou Ilegis
tcring JIachiuc, Austin J) HolTuian,
Chicago; Ml'Amii, .1 'l'ratt', Chlcag6,'
Tongue Support, S Sehrocder, J'owlcr ;
Lamp Extinguisher; iM Wagoner,
Quincy; Uurgler Alarm, H M Wether
ill, tlbioagof Cow llingr V V Yuouiau,
Waulccan' Watch .llculator, J V
Ilurd, Grand, Orsse; Qan for Oil, 1'' K
JoseljvKrpport;r-,Oro Separator, Her.
man cbafer.CIiiqago; Macbino for
"rain, II 1'
ItcckcjmHyrn Planter, U W
H rownpKyKWds tcad .I'a 5 ton in tr.
S 1) Jlpg. Trap, ; (J- X
ilaniHuCTriMck, "Vjotoria; JJar
Whc Bl 5te(,'ipn'an;
cagoj Pipe', -Wrench, J H Wcstwibh,
Ualena; Qa,.JL Jteon, SycavJ
more; Hrick,4Maciiirio, S S Au
rora; Yagoij, .'.rohji U Jloopping,
Princeton; Car Axle, A Hunter,
Quiucy:,Nut .Lvck, W M Wutavu,
T11K TlfKUKS TllOUHliK.
We publish this, morning 'ai com.
inuuicatiou from Mr. Win. il. llreese,
of Thebes, defending that community
frorallho obhrgtifofHawlessncHsnd ex
plaulqry of tlio difficulties that have
lately occurred near thit village.
We know nothing of the merits of
tbecontrovcrsary. Wu-havc publislied
the UmcotfjrJlei.tttiies to
nnd uirstMehwd foMtave'cfidcuconliat
the good people of Thebes uro, more
Biuuahagaitist tnktilnu'irig.flf UJy1
bavo been aitttjc, turbulent, their tur
buleucy has been incited by a good
motive by a desiro to protect tbo
friendless and shield tbo orphan from
the demanding" :flsUii cruelty? Iftbc
bavo' Vifincdr' Ibey "ltavo 'giiinSd tbat
McaknemW!' l Imppsod upon.
In relation to tbo controversy bet
weetl Uretiicitid Jlogati, wo havo very
little reliablo iDfoririatluu; but if thoy
constable attempted to tako more than
be was authorized, to take, the law
for a JbtMBSH
tbo olden timo 5d Alexander
may bo laboring unJt r the delusion, as
the Thcbontu awcrf that bo ran do
just what be please la do uufucsfioiied,
hut wc bolicvo he ut or 1.1: years no-.
cone aware of tliuafljtliShoro ha
been a changq in tlio publio'tientitiicnt
6f the comity, wc cannot believe he
wItlTeM"oralieniprc"d To ilo nPl'ficbca
tnoro than ho was authorized 10" do. If
Iio'dld, the law should be turned loose
hjtjlllfitj il he did not, the men who
Inlcrftrcd with him in the discharge of
his dulievhould.be held to a strict ac-
Tiio Troubles of Azariali
,Who Stirs up Strifo in tho
iiHEr.SK ti:i,ls now iiotj.vx i:xr.-
t'UTKII A 1.1'ITIii: wiut.
TiiriiKs, Iu.s., Juiio20, 1B7I.
KhVTOu Uux.uctik t I pretuino jour
columnsjvroovor'.oiii. l .4....-i -'--
(Odlo wboueiiro to mnkenny oxplniiKllon
tbVt naiiy.bo'nocuMiirj' to vlnJIcnto n bur
ton, wlion bo il moro or lou IntoroHod in
any thing tint may appoar in tUuui.
Tho point wo aro aiming at li: tlioro
toomi to bo in mo minus 01 mo pcopio u'
Culro, k strong opinion thnt wi, up lioro
aro mlto a lnwlcn people Tbi rocont
trotiblo with Otllcor John lloynn sootna to
havo moro or Iocs arousoil a groat dual of
lndlgnatloalRjjftlut ut, mid' mqrp lw
Thor6 aR?.W. .two tiJdi .to ovory
question. Whon thoy arn known, jur.
hans.tbo rjubltc will think dillvronlly.
"jLTo gU'O.a. full. arid tucrluct itntomont o'
tbo wholo eaio from boglnninc to oml'
woulditakoa protty largo vo1uuio.and.lt
Jvpufd tlriyour roiidorsft'pijrUioit, at
will aa it worthl be reqTjIrinEHoo tniioh of
you to publlih it.
tiik Tiir.iiKs smr..
v I ittt.ll try and; bo ai brief at posdluo.
Lot mo commenco by saying, that about
the first of lait August, 1 landed boro,
nndHmmodlHlolr on mv arrival I Wa
ueVby'n porion who1, iiifo'nuod 'ma tfmt a
man wantod mo to nttoud to a caso for
htm. 1 found him In a wagon roady to bo
taken to Cairo, to bo locked up in tho
'I lodkod into tho caso and found that
h.'s bond was not ncceptod on account ol
bis bondsmon not being rosponsiblo; I10
could not'givo othor bonda ; thoroforo was
I took tho caso in hand and nccom
plishod what I undortouk in compllanco
with law and got. him liboratod on btnd.
Tliat man's namo is
At first, I thought ho was terribly mis-
trcatod and folt consldorablo intorost in
hij ens'o, (bough a purfoct elrnngor.
After awhilo I found that mv vinws
wcro unipuuuuu, nscauso ho played dirt
upon ma; and for sovoral days bo
kept coming to soo mo on butlnocs, and I
Invariably told him that I wanted nolh-
fug 'to do with hlin bocauto ho wasi n
man 1 would not trust.
ALL Till: TU0U1ILE
aroso between htm and his wifa,
About ten days aftur 1 in for mod Smith
that I would havo nothing moro to do
with him, 1 was sitting in John Wood's
store at this placo, when .Mrs. Smith camo
in with a uontleman and stated her eato
10 me, and I informod hor that if sho
could sustain on trial what sho told tno
there was no doubt but what sho could
gain a suit If instituted.
About that tlmo hor father, Abram
Ulcro, of Chostor, 111., camo down and
omployed mo to attend to his dauyh
to' tniaran, Lt..liog n dlvurco and all
otlitr businus" which sho desired mo to,
and I aisuro you sho was at my livuls all
tho thus to bring suit against this and
that one; and,HS tho Almighty is my udgo,
I kopt hor from bringing sovoral suits
which would havo cost hor ton times us
much H8 the amount claimed In each caso.
I nuted coiiscliiiiliiiiuly and faithfully for
hu,bovautu 1 toll convinced that tho
wculil lofo everything If hor beautiful
though persecuted husband, as ho would
like to make pooplo huliovo, could only
gut his hands on it.
At tho last January term .of tho Alex
ander circuit court I obtained '
lor hor, besides uttondlng to a replovln
suit, which Smith instituted against hor,
amounting to about $500 which was
I, continued to act as attorney for bor
fin til tliny wont togcilim again, unit men
j becamo utterly dlegu'tcd and would
havn nothing t do with hor.
After tliuy went together againf
a jnoit unnatural mother that sho
1, flic, beguu lu strip hor children
of tho Uit mouthful of moat in tho houan
and(lutt vUmn tn tho mercy of tho com-
muoiiy, 10 go witb tliat man Smith.
TUB CltlLliRKK Alie, idKLV
and' tno property ion ny me ratiior was
boirig gradually and slowly takel away
irom tnem, ami who was tnoro 10 caro'ior
tliu ur pliatis-' It would utako lho heart
of 1 stone melt to pity to teo how thosn
ptH, innocent children havu been troatod.
()m muy talk as he ploasos,
bull when h family of belp-
lesi( chHUrp, bviog left with plenty
by tiio hrd work of an honoit father, has
boorj Htripped of every penny and not a
chango of clothing to tholr name; how
could one stuud by and wltrmni tbu very
act, pHiai'iit, making mom reel the pangi
of hunger, and thn consulouinoss of helug
abandoned to tho merciless public, with n
AMKpUTIll! HIKKICUI.TV WITH lloutM,
lhatffcn b explnlnedallfastorily, as wo
b'mit to Hi" H'jlillc.
u tho ;t. 0f jull0i A( u
1871, a search warrant was
Iisticl and sighfd I y F. Hroes, ewnrn out
by A.arlsh H r-rnlth, value of thirty
fli.tlilrl .UI'I.A nffltnl tiinnl Inrin.1 Iri ftf.lit
jwrtt'ate as I'olViwV, hocautu I copied lho
Mirrniilf' iVo : loathor pillows, thrio
' f .. ' . . ' ........
so'eii, uv towois, ono tamo ciotn, lour
pillow slips, three bod qutlls, cno lot of
On tho. Ithof J)ino .Mr. ItOgan makes n
trip, by vlrtuo of that warrant, with a
wagon, and returns loaJod. .So bo in
formed mo hhnsolf ; and during that legal
visit lakrs n tot of wagon harness.
On lho tenth (10th) day of Juno he makes
another visit on snino warrant, bring! two
wagons to carry away tho articles mou
tloned. Thoy nrrlrod at about 11! o'clock
at night. k
liarly lho next morning, Jut about
day broak, ono of tho boys, nbout 12
years old, csmo runutDg Into town, bat
Oil' and badly frlghlenod, saying, that .Mrs.
Smith and four men wero tnking every
thing away from thorn at night, making
torches, for light, of dry boards and
shingles. -Mr. Ford, a daughter, having
been In a fow days boforo to soo mo about
filing a bill In chancery.
Petition lor a partition to havo hor
property Set apart and asking legal ndvlio
olhurwise. sont for mo to go out nnd sco
what authority thoy had for taking things
umllscriinlnately, hor things among others
i . . . .......1 uiuern want, not
with shot guns and nWti ...inner, etc.
it thefo was nny rcsistaneo oHerod to
him on that occasion 1 never saw it.
Ilo was told to go ahead and takn uvojy
thing that tho writ called for, and nobody
would have any objection to taking any
thing that belonged to Mrs. Smith,
Tho arrest of llogan wai on account
of what hii had dono on his first trip, war
rant latticd upon lho complaint of .Mrs
Kurd not what was dono on fee oml trip'
llogan knows full well no ono oll'orctl to
rciit him on tho second trip, in taking
what tbo writ called lor and ovuiy thing
boiiwging to .Mrs. Smith, and when ho
says that tho uhdqrilgnod offered to tuu
forco against him, ho must bo careful
that tho truth ot tho matter does not
Wigh very heavily ogainst him.
WK, TIIK ClTlrKNS OK.HlK.Ut.S
and vicinity do not wirh to bo conaidercd
such a sot avnmny would bo led to think
by tho statement In your peper coming
You will confer a great favor by pub
lishing till", but ouo-lourlh Is not Said,
tho rest will bo told when circuit court
All wo ask Is, a candid and not too
hasty Judgment. Tho pooplo of Thebes
precinct aro Just as good, and as law abid
ing as any in tho stato, but thoy have
boon terribly scourged with an unprinci
pled man fjr thn last three or four yoars.
Wm M. IJi'ikksk.
lrrniu the San FrancUeo Chronicle.
U. 11. Foster, tho so-called " med
ium," who left this city for Australia
three mouths ago, has returned. Ilo
mot with bad luck in the colonics, ilo
was exposed, and thoMelbourno pcoplu
threatened to prosecute mm lor obtain-
mg money under lalso pretense, lwo
Ooniiiion, named ICdwnril h'ttcrahl
and St. Picrro Foley, constituted them
selves u committee of detection, mid
together they mado several visits to
Foster's apartments. At last they
najlcd him at his tricks, nnd tho Mel
bourne Telegraph of May Oth gives
ono of tho gcutloiueu's nccouut of it as
tiij: wuiTi.vu on Tin: aiui.
The medium, whoso every motion 1
wntclicd and weighed Jrom tlio com
menccment, now placed his hands on
Ins tliigltts in a very natural and unsus
picious mnmicr, at the saino timo lean
ing greatly forward, speaking nnd do
livcring messages of lovo from the un
eccn world in u rather pioiuiseuoitK
manner, i lie distance between lits el
bowagrmlually narrowed, and I noticed
nutlicicnt to warraut my bolioving that
his hands had roct, nnd that somo pre
paration was being made. After plac
ing his bands on tho tablo in a carol ess.
niauuci, he solemnly observed, contin
uing n conversation, "and this snirit
will, to piovo her identity, write hor
Minima in icucrs 01 moou on mv
llcsh," at tlm same time raising his left
hand ovcYhis head with a jerk, as if
cotivulsed by au ulectriu tdiock. Low
ering nn arm, ho rubied tho back of
his hand slightly, whereupon two ini
tials nppcraod in red. This feat was
well recoived, but it is very easily ac
counted for. Write tbo letters re
quired with an ordinary lead pencil, or
almost any other himilar point; hold
your arm for a short time high, to al
low the blood in home deruo to de
scend. Then by friction you will bring
out in red tho marks drawn.
Till: SUI'S OP I'Al'KU.
As to his rcauing the slips ol paper.
1 uloo .lioeoTCiud thai, but it is, like all
alight-of-hand trickx, most dillicult to
explain on paper. It is, however, no
eutuplUhed by him in the following
manner ; Hu sits facing tbo light, mid
tho slips aro between him and it. I no
ticed him patting and fingering them
in an uueoncoarned manner, liuthus
straightened tlidm broadsido on to him,
1 ucre uiiin t seem much in this, but
1 find that with a great deal of prac
tico n short-sighted person may occa
sionally s'o sufficient, in tbo way of
shadow, to mako a good guess, JJut
this is not what ho relics on. I flw
him, as usual, lift tho bundle of lipB
and hold them in front with bis two
hands that is, with bis thumbs be
tween tho slips and bis ohestj and
though ho cngagod my ntluntion with
tho alphabetical card to dot over for
another party, I kept ono oyu for his
movements, and i,aw, liy the motion of
bis thumb knuckle near mo
and liiH Midden glanco down
ward, that ho had opened what, from
my position, 1 would call ono of tlm
back slips, and read it. JIo mado good
uo of thin in a short time, and pro
nounccd, in a very decided tone, that
a spirit was present, at tho fuiiio
tune throwing tho slip on tbu table. I
saw it all then. It was disgustingly
Ho afterwards read one of my
ineloVcs in tbesamo manner, "under
of th&ctn'clopc to which it be-
w 1 f
UAltnot U-K larkson County, )
j .May K. Is"l.
Oncoiflitlon tl t 1 nilllrlcnl number ol
young plrsoni! Icslie, and arc willing to
egiitrihtitcrtvcri mill sum tow aid defray-,
liijj fXpcnjiJuy two hundred' at foil
dollars caclf-njNornnI hMltute will be held
In the lcw lull lug, 1 .nunefcclng.Iuly l,th,
tiny ofdidlctltij thebulldings'.ttul continue
tlllJuly3l. I'lu I'rlndi dot tin-lulterity
Will have flnrg', and t!ie member ot
thuracullyAr.lg.vo the main p.trt oltln'ln
itruetlon. it lean ton lc. ture will be (then
and, If thof.Th I'lntilhu'. I Millldent, the
best men if tills -tat.- a .Missouri and Ind
aim, will li brmirht lu tor these lecturer.
If not inu'e llaii 011a hundred ami lltty at
tend, tho ptn-oi'l eontrset w Ith the IiihIi iic
tor will begreitcr and the prollt more ! and
a the oxpeii'cc'the In litutlon will be the
:imo, tho feo shtlld be llo dollars. Ifthrse
hundred allend, ho feo cilld bo reduced to
Asthc.slato U.ISlaturt make 110 r'tl
Ion. for paying lb expenes ol Mich an lu
ntil'.lte, .o desira 0 to and aluahle to public
Southern llllnolsjtdd another fator to the
unny they havo ilrcadr done tho enmmu
nliy, and ghe lb annninoeiiirnt several
..,r,. .n B good tiiaec, and
e:ill the ntleutlou n lejctier to It T
Let all WI10 U'Mi In alteliil, Send tlieir
name at oneo ami not later than June '.'0,
prox to Or. Kobras yccrctaiy of tnMocs.nf
Southern lllltil Normal t'nlvcr.ltyj'arbon
Cond Ujiidcnn be bad In Carbondalc at
S. It. I'lu InMltulocaniint lie held with
h1" than one huudretl anil llfly who will pay
the dollars e.1N1. ltoiir.it r At.i.v.V,
T'illi CAIRO CrPV !
' Aic prepared to supply etistomcru
I wltli tho next ,
I.KAVi: OHHKI1H AT
USMIallldav llro.N olllce. No. 70
tTrll dllday llro.'n "Wharflioa
It if At till) t'li.il itlllnn. runt nl
riilil ei.litli unci. J
hhm to lim Consnmers
UI. ESTATE AUXAUY.
.'ohn i), lUiiuan.
J. Q. HAR.MAN & CO.
Real Esta tb
ho us hag knts,
And Laud Agnitsot tho Illlnoi Central and
lluilingloii and MUourl It. It. Cos.
North ('or. fjixth and Ohio Lcvco,
C. WINSTON & CO.
Ileal Estate Agents,
71 Olll LkVkk, (Secoud Floor,)
ISuy and Sell lti:., i:.STA l'i:, I'.iy 'l'A."l
KiiiiiikIicn Abtmn. of Title.
IS ALL ITS. BRANCHES,
DR. DAVID PARKINSON,
llavini: local) d In Cairo, solidix the nat-
rnniuiii nl' tho" dolrln;r Ili.tnl AVork.
Ilatlnif been over twenty years successfully
eiiKnt'ed In tho stlMyaud practice orDeutl
try. In all Its variom hratishe lie feels justl
lied lu KiyiiiL- that full salislactlou will he
All Work WAHltA.VTKIl Nltilnrliir-
ltererenee. DM mi;H .1111I Toi.tliiinnl!iN
lleely iixbililtsil w ifii ih'kired. Dr. I'aik
111011 Is pieparcd l, inuio
(JOI.I) AXI) SII.VLK 1'liATi;,
LNtiblSll AND AMIlltliJAN I'LA-
TINA, AM) CIlLLULOlll HASH
In iiiniint artllletalteeth nn-. in.ildiiL' a line
sulihtltute when Yituro tall. KX'ntAUT'
I.N'tl and I'UKH.I.S'U done In a workman
like inannei-, nlten Kivirip tlio teeth for llle.
(Jharjjes reasoiuble, lixtractliii; r0 cents,
Silver idlings Mifnt.
Olllleo room In Y. (1. Crry's ItnlldliiK.
Corner fclxth htiv'aiid Coliimerelal avenue.
rarKntraneo oc)i.tii hired.
DAINXKL l Ail PHUT
Ulili'.li Stioet, bUunn Vbiiiiloii and
i.oiuiuerciul A venue,
Wood Rittonhouso & Brother
(iKNEitAi. Commission Mkiiciiant,
13.1 Ohio J.cvec, Cairo.
I .AtVHri. K. .1. A It it
AY JiltS & CO.,
OKNKUAh CUMMISSHIM MKUOHA.N l
No. 7H l,va.Oiti(iUxtao. In.
J. M, PHILLIPS,
Prcprcpared to forward all kinds of
Freight to all points.
17iTltulnes attended to piomplly.
11. A. Thorns
I. p, Thorn.
THOMS &. KKUTHKlt,
COMMISSION MEUCHANTS, ItUOK Kit?
AND UMALRUa IN
Hinplr nnri I'mie lirorrrlri,
Korelgn and Domestic.
v buits isrxro?a
tlAIKO. - . II.UNOIH
Ami Dealer In
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Ac.
J3TI will ell lnearlo.nl Intu al manulac
Hirers prlrf, adding frelxlit.
JOHN B. PHILLIS &, SON.
(ucreor to .lohu II. l'lilllis)
FORWAfrO ING MERCHANTS,
OATS, FLO UK,
iMKAL, IlHAN, Ac,
Agents for Laflin 4 Rand Powder- Company,
:oit. TKNTII ST. A 01II0I.KVKK,
v. biKiiion. pit
STRATTON &. BIRD
Agents American Powder Company
e? nirio .kvkk, a-uvo.
MILLER &. PARKER,
FLOUll, CORN, OATS, HAV, He,
Agents fur 1'uirbank's Scale?.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO, ILLS
PARKER & AXLEY.
Coinerof 8th Street ami Wavldndou Ar.
tr, ..ir-.f "lvo-
iN. 11. 1 libtlewood. J. .1. ThMlewood
THISTLEWOOD & CO.
b'lour, Corn, Oats, Hay, Ac.
So. OHIO l.HVKK,
COFl'KY, HAHHTSON & CO.,
(Hucc.osftor to 1). Hurd .t Son,)
I'l.OIIH.IiltAIN AMI HAT.
Nolil Ohio Lovno, UAIKO, ll.m
NEW YOHK BTOxlH,
WHOLKSALK AND HKTA1L.
KIT VAB1TT STOCK IM TUH CITS
OOODrl bOLU VEHY ULOHK.
dorufrof Ineleeuili Ntratnd Vini
C. O. I'ATIKJ
lllll 1,1,11 HII
Jobbers and Retailers of
Chemicals, Patent Medicines, il'erfumery, Soaa, JJrusliea,
Toilett Articles, JDrii'ist's Fancy Goods, Collier Whito
Iscad and Oilier Cirndes, Paints," Colors, Oils, Ynriiishcs,
Window 0 lass, Wax Elowor. Material. Tfbe Color, J)vc
Stnlls, Etc., JOtc, Etc.
YV Sollelt rorreciondeneo and orders Irouf UniKKlsts, Thysleijus snll General Sloroi
n wantoMjooiUlnoiir I.I1.11. Steamboat, I'luntatiou and Jfamlly Medlcluu cases turn
Mied or Kelllted with Itellable Drills at Ucaonublu Itttvs
WHOLKSAI.B & RETAIL, RETAIL & PREJCllll'TION,
74 Ohio Uii'p, UimhliiBton Atp. cor. Kftciilh .St.
HARRY WALE ER
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(Lale l'roprielcr of tbo'St. Nicbolaj Hotel)
Has become Supcririlcmlcnt of tho '
CORNER SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEVEE.
.Mr. Walker having taken charge of thin old ami well-known hou4, will it
once givo it a thorough renovating, and put it in first-class order fur tlie recen
tion guest. Mr. Walker will welcome bin old cutoiucrn to the new bouyo, and
will always be glad to fee them.
First-class Day Hoard $20 per 'Month.
HAHRY WALKEHj Supt.
SO Ohio Lcvcc - - CAIRO, ILLS
EDMUND HUEFNER. Proprietor-
Tho Plantcr'd IIou-uj h located on Qhio; Lorfo Street in
CLOSE PIIOXIM FIT TO J!AI I JIO AD DE
POTS AiSTD STEA.1UBOT LAA'i)JN"QS
And in the Center or tho IbiBincsa Portion of the City. Tho Homo i.ynew
and comploU) in all ilH iiptioinlinoulH. The iooiiih, aro lari! and air y. besides
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wm B.iui.j HiiiiiMieu .tuu uuiieivii. wuchih win icccivi courteous Unit
ment and tho bent of accommodation!).
Transient (J nests 2 per Day.
A Trusty Watch for Trains
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l(l.'millN('nriinr Mliilh mill irnliin(
lrni.ti.. I IMIph . I'nriw.f mvtl, attnnt innl
Id.o luvoo. OUlco hours lloiu (J a. m . . t
m, and I i. m ,
PAINT M Oil
4 1 .-Mi
Day I'oanlers'SO poiIontli-.
and Boats Day and Night.
274 -3-27-3m. '
J)H. W'il, Jf ALL'S,
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Balsam for ike Lungs
TIIK OHKAT AMKKICAW CON"-, ,
Consumption Is XOT an Incurable dlseaso.
I'hysl jlans nBbiiro us thls-lact. It is only
nrcusarr to have the Itluht Itemedy, nnd
the terrible maladV'can'btf toniiuerou. V . '
Hall's Balssm islhla'HemcrJy, '
It broads tiii tlio ntgnt'swie'tttiioUo'vcs th'o'
oinuchalvo tlghtuemi ncrosvtbo lung's, and
lieaN ' tlio larcoralcd and e.xcorlatod surface
which thoAcnoiUjOl tlUi.dlsoaije nrjiduceii."
W HILU LlFfi f;ASTSlUEimi.i'HOrE
It may nntbg too Into to eneei i euro even
alter the iluetorn have given you up s.
Uall'N lUlnSm IS told cVeryvvhert, and
may bq had at Wholesale ortho t'romUtors,
iiniiii iil'iii v. iJiirinN v, 'i if i . . v si r rnnii
Alio I'ropriatora of ScovM'h Mtlood ami
l.lver Syruii.CarliolIu Salvo.Kdoy's Troches
Oxjrenated Hitters, .Mott's I.tverl'ills. Ao
.I0IIN V. IIKSltV, CliltltA.t CO ,
, , 8 and II Cole(jo 1'hico, New Vork.
;t.v- i.ir.-w It.
Croat AlciUctnfliWarehOuso, 8 and 0 Coltee ,
I'heo, ilew York-.l'rlco 1 iiervbottle, - v
Hall's lliil.ata Is aleo a sure remedy for?'
Couh, Cpldn, l'heumona, llronehlltl.
Attbiiia, onlltlnj' of Wood, t'roiin. iVhnnn:
iik Ooii'h, andll. other .dJfcaltN.ot the res- .
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