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J jlllt n. OflKKLY, Editor nod PublUhe
TKRMS OPTtIK DAItA llULLETIN : '
Om WMk, by carrier . S.
Oat year by carrier, Inadtsiicu 10 00
Om rear by carrier l( not pilil In
advance. It 00
UaeBaeath, byrosli . 100
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One Af.i....i , 10 00
TICK DOLLAR WKEKliY nilLLKTtN
John It. Oberly has reduced the suberlp-
ak price of the Wkkbxy Cairo RnMirrtN
One Hollar per annum, making It the
hNpestpsptrpuhllshed In Southern Illinois
The tupronio court of Illinoli met at
flpriagfleld on "Wednesday last.
Tm lest of Senator Vorls, from the
Twenty-third district, will bocontcstod by
Mr. A. J. Apporson.
Till coal miners strike at Springfield
It ended, the strikers surrendering nt dis.
eretton and returning to work at tbo old
Ill Liberals of thb tUto sennto nomiu
attd MIm Ilattlo M. Luna of Christian
county, for assistant enrolling clerk, nnd
the discourteous Radicals dofealod her,
electing to the poiition II. C. Holltad of
Tut second assistant door-keeper of the
bouse of representatives of tho general as
sembly of this state it a negro. Ho is a
dignified black body and performs his
dutie diligently and with a full apprecia
tion of the Importance of the position be
Rby. James A. Heed lectured at Hpring
eld laat Thursday nipht on tho " Latter
' Life and Religious Sentiments of Abra
'ham Lincoln." Tbo intention of the
lecturer was to provo that Mr. Lincoln
was not an infidel, and ha succeeded to his
v own satisfaction, but tho fact remains that
Mr. Lincoln was not ft Christian.
Our cotemporary, Mr. A. J. Alden of
the Ooloonda 'Herald has been elected
engrossing and enrolling clerk of the stato
senate.- Mr. Alden Is one of those quiet
gentlemen who say little, but bavo the fac
ulty of crowding without trouble up to
tho public cow and getting hold of a teat
that lets down tho milk rcadilv.
Jcro Koebnbb has resigned his posi
tion on the board of railroad commission
arc, lie is, evidently disgusted with the
btmenesi of the pcoplo of the state, who
vert not wiso enough to elevate him to
tho gubernatorial chair, and tins taught
himself the salutary lesson that the post of
honor Is the private station. Ho therefore
retires to the celebrated walks of private
life, and takes with him the respect of
friends and enemies alike. A a commls
sleserbe was faithful in the discharge of
his duties. I
Mamtz of tho Cntralia 'Democrat'
Oberly of the Cairo IIUI.lkti.v, I lice hi
election to the slate JcgMature, lias adop
ted a rather novel and MMitatlon.il plan of
adreriHIng lilrmclf and bin newspaper, be
throw Cairo uiml at eMirnl country edi
tors surrounded by dro'itti, cUlcutIy cx-
nnftttti.. . Ki. (Imnl'ail " I li . . Mill., m I
So fur he hai succeeded only In opening tip'
.the eenuitinn, an hli Cairo mud gel tearfully
dry before it reacho Us domination, anil be-
comes ho line us to iooe in point, uiicrtv
U cmsrt, be know s that it he tan get lialf tliii
editor of Southern Illinois to pitch into him,
hli fortune of notoriety Is made, an all thst
is necessary to build one up, is to abilno and
vllliry him, and the bigger the lie the
better. Oln rlv cannot trot alon ' without
Cairo. -neither can Cairo do without Oberly:
then let them alone In their stun. Tho leglila
ture will i-leantR one while uaturo w-isbvs
thA .11. 'I'K I . ..I. -... I. I ..
hi' w.mi. Ull Mil CI klQUIUUMb IS hi MMS.
fn the absence of Mr. Oberly we are in
duly bound to dofend him. We do not
hesitate to say that great injustice is done
to him Id the above paragraph. He it
known to all Ills acquaintances atone of
the mildest mannnroJ won in the world
little Inclined to the luslneit cf aaus
throwing. Lately he ha: been aiiailcd,
by certain editors without provocation
and has it is true thrown bek at them n
few hands full of Cairo mud, which, liko
radical office-holder, sticks with wonder
ful tonacity. Distinguished among hit
assailants stand the Calamity which has
for several years afllctod Union county,
known In every day life as Tom Douton.
Oberly has not handled. Jlouton without
glove ytt, but has taken him up with
dainty tauch and let blm down morel-
i wiij miuuut injuria niru, iao pecul
iar gentleman who edits tho Mound
City "Journal " hss alio placed bis sp.ar
- la rest and rushed upon Tuc IIcllktik.
Our reader know bow gently this at
tack was repelled, and how even while
hotter struck, Mr. Oberly cried lor peace,
lie wants peace, but if his atntllants
swarm of prejudiced men who won't be
warned continue in their maliciousness
to strike at hioi, who can blsme him if
be should turn and assail them with
such weapons as bo may find ready to
to his hand? Not Mania, we aro surs.
Mantz Is a tighter, and would applaud
the act of solf-defonie. Wo make this
assertion beeauso we know Mantr. We
tier teen blm. We have obierved h's
bead 'siloing llko slher In its unique
wiMaesay-KBdVire know he it just. All
SaM-bessdesf mm re. 'They couldn't be
gffilfossV'jr 'they Wished to he so. Bald,
lit f"TT fcd-lsn with Justice, and
IhUsjfsaTp If iff known as Hants the
Jttit Jiisifr. A this advertisement
If alia gfsttnltcm.
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, JANUARY 12, J.87S.
THK OOVKIINOR'S MESSAGE
Oovornor l'almer Is not a common-place
man lie tit Ideas, and they do Lot run
In the ruts' msdo by other tbinkors who
have proceeded him, but rnako paths over
new ground and through unbroken for
ests. And withal, be Is n writer of pure
Kuglili, unadornod, il Is true, with any
of tho gew-gaws of lino rhetoric, but nerv
ous and polished by a very careful hand.
Tlia reader of his last mcsisge will bo lm
prostod with tbo truth of this assertion.
Governor l'almer nevor wroto n more
able message, and Governor Palmer hat
written masjagei? which would not euffcr
In contrast with the abloit of tho abloit
governors In tl.o Union. In all the con
clusion of the governor we do not concur,
but msny of his rocommoiiJatloiis, to
which wo stfall at other times refer In de
tail, aro worthy of tho serious considera
tion of all the people and the prayerful
attention of our legislators.
THK CKKDIT MoT) I L Kit INVKMTI
OATION. Tho recent dovelopmenls nftho Credit
Mobllier Investigation aro of a startling
character, and prove that tho present
members of congress are not tho angels of
purity they wern represented to be during
the lain prv-ddentln) ron-ais. Kven Vice
President Colfax, and the vice-president
elect, Sonntor Wll'oti, havobcen turnlshod
by tho evidence which has been made
public, nnd nearly all tho lending Kadlcnls
of tlio house of representatives have been
dirtied by it. It hns been clearly proven
that they received shares of stock, for
which they either did not pay or paid in
adequate prlcet, tlio object of tho cifts be
ing to induce thorn to vote the money of
the people Into tho pockets ol the enter
prise in the success of v.ilcb thcy.thus
became pecuniarily interested. In tho
pure day of tho republic Ibis Net, no
longer in controversy, would havo damned
any public man at whose door It ws laid,
but in these degonerato days of monay
getting by hook or crook, It will
most probably bo sot down to their credit.
Kidical disregard of honest dslinK in
public llftirms debauched tho public mind.
Tho people hare become admirers of stu
pendous thievery and reward tho thlves
with their smiles and applause.
P.AlLltOAD COMMISSIONS KS.
Thoro is oonsidortble intorest felt at the
stato capital on the subjoctof the. appoint
ment of railroad commissioners, and
tho right of Southern Illinois
to one member is generally conceded. Da
vid T. Linegar, Ki. of this city, has
friends who jro seeking to secure his ap
pointment. We presume there is no Ito
publican in this part of tho state who
would more eBoctifally unito tho Liberals
in opposition than Mr. Llnegar if ho wore
acandidalo for a political position, but we
believe his appointmont on the
board of railroad commissioners would
give very gencritl satisfaction to members
ol both partle. Mr. Llnegar Is a good
lawyer, especially woll posted in the law
of corporations, lib has made tho sub
ject of railroads a particular study, and is
In sympathy with tba legislation of tho I
state in reference) to thoso within its lim
its. Mr. Llnegar, ns onu of the commis
sioners, would labor with all bis energy to
enforce the laws, nnd that ho would pur
form tho duties of the position with as
much ability as energy, no one who knows
him will for a moment doubt. Wo have
not been a very warm friend to Mr. Llne
gar, but wu bbliow this proposed appoint
mont would bo satisfactory to our business
men without trognrd to political
f which wonlrl I, QfA tiiftain uMi I tftli 4a leva.
modiste doath. Making hi way Id die-
.rutin 1tn..1. Tl.l.. 1. " . -
i.vugu Aiaiy nuu I'lmucu, no ar
rived in England, and after a short so
journ thore, returned to tlwitjierland and
lenawod his literary pursuits, bating an
ye always to thoso ovonts which promised
o opon the way for the fulfilment of hi
t stiny. lletween 1833 and 1835, he pub
lished sovcral books dovotcd to tho dis
cussion of politics nnd war. In tho
summorof 1830, bo made an attempt to
seise the city of fltrasburg, but failed
wretchedly, and suffered thu penalty In
tho shape of arrest (and Imprisonment,
Thero is little doubt that ho would have
hoert etoculcd fortrenson, had it not been
for tho earnest Intercession of his mother.
Through her efforts he was roleasod on
condition of emigration to the United
Stato'. Ho came to this country, but was
speedily called home by the illness of his
dovo'cu parent, and arrived nt Ahroncn
berg Juit in tlmo to receivo her dying
blessing. In 1838 bo was was again com.
pelted to seek refugo in England, whore
the next year he published his tdm Kapo
Iconitmes. In 1810 occurred tho ridicu
lous fiasco of Uoulogne, in which the
on hutiaMio princo attempted to revolu
tionise Franco with a handful nf men
dotiiuto ofmonoy and of arms. Ho was
tiled, convicted, and sentenced to per
petual imprisonment. During six years
io was nn inmate of tho l asllo of llarn,
from wbenco ho managed to escapo May
25, 1840. Ke turning to England he re
mained thore until tho outbreak of 188
navo him the chunce for which ho had so
lnn been wultlng. He went at onco to
Paris, was ulected representative in the
French atsomblv, and toon afterwards
president of the short-lived French re-
llblic. Ilnw hn niiwl til tinwiip la vull
known. Thu coup d'etat which virtually
demolished tho rnpubllc trnnspired De
comber 2, 1801, nnd Decembers, 18.V.', t)e
second omplre was formally proclaimed.
After much hesitation and dolay the
various European governments ofilvlally
recognized tho now regime, and Napoleon
III. was fairly launched upon a career
as romarkablo for long continued success
as for the tremendous disaster In which II
It Is entirely unneeenary tooven notice
thu nrinclnal features of hit nln.-li.mi
years' reign. That it was altogether
good, no one will venture to assert; nor
can it with truth bo called alto tether bad.
i. . . .. ...-.
nuvcrymucn uouni wnetbor France is
llkelv to h aVVtl ft ItAttftr ft n I mill f li ! Ii m
indeed, she is capable of a bettor
Uy his marriage with Eugenlo Marie do
Guzman, countess ofToba, January 29,
1853, ho had one son Napoleon Eugene
Louis Jean Joseph, born March 10, 1850.
This young lad, with his gallant mother,
are now all that Isloft of thai magnificence
which dazzled tho world a few brief years
ago. As the widow and the son see the
coffin of tho husband and father sink Into
English loll, thoy can but foel that all
their hones are hurled nut nfjlrrlii fnrap
Tut it seoms more probable that tho
prlncn imperial may sit upon tho throne
of his ancestors, than it did twenty-flvo
venrs srn. that thn arlrnntiipnr nrH1r-iti-
and Uoulogne would play the part ho
RMl JEMTATE AUEIIOl.
O. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (8KCOND FLOOR) OHIO LKVKK,
Buy AND Sxll Rkal Kstatb,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
And pee-are OonTynce ofKlor:
Homo Advortisements, Our Home Advertiicrs. I . Homo Advertisement..
W. W. THORNTON'S,
RUILORHS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13 TRUTH BTMBT,
Mra. Hisatsi, sjli fia. sslsllssca,
RvuBtters),(ws)SMl WissstawMSI tr
Vrsttssess, naorissy, IaMs,
NssIsskIsw, dlsuMSl ftmmh, dlaaed Hide
Lisrstta, SUsacMl Tnatssti,
HsmIs Walsjhu, skMss Pssliisja sus c
BIIskI rssatealsMra, Mmrtng
relt, BooSIbc SJesaesst, riaaterlts
Pasr, Carpet Felt, WMlst
sM, UsiasMl MI, Asssnrtesua Wlsutaw
Slstaa, Essajllasa sssssirrsMsels
Ptat Qlasw, Putty, !aaJer'a PessaU
war Vtptm. PatnKSjlmarjn
A 1?N'I.'5 'f Reek Bites Papr CompftCf1
J Mbaathipir rlt and Qaarta Cemmt
habit mj-i,om swouujj hiwvji on
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o TsrjT Jeserlptles,
fiATH, BHINOLKS, ORDAR pOSTb
DOOltS, SA8H, BLINDS
rnrnlshej ca ebortett nolle.
Commereial-aT, bet. 10th and llth-ata.,
POHWAKD1NO and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN PI OUR;
And intake ol
BIO KlVaa AMI KANAWHA
P. G. Schuh.
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
om eooDH. .
D5ATU OF KAPOLKON HI.
The death of tho ex-empcror of Prance,
though somewhat unexpected, will occa
sion no surprise among thuso familiar
with bis caso. He had roacbud tho ego
of sixtj-llve, and the life lia led as
much perhaps from necessity ns from
choko during his earlier as well as his
more mature years, did not tend to In
crease his phisicul virility. He whs, in
fact, a worn-out roan. Kxposuro and dis
sipation In youth; the excitement and nn
nuyances of oxaltud position ; tho terriblo
mortifications which preceded nnd accom
panied tho final ovorthrow of tho empire
all thoso combined to take from him tho
stamina which was required to rnu'st th i
saultsof a peculiarly painlul disease, and
bear tbo strain of fuvtro surgical itera
tions. It id, nt least, a curious historical
coincidence, that tho nephew of thu man
who died in oxilo at St. Helena, should
himself die an exile under the saino flag
hi Chlsolbunt. Hut England was tnoro
merciful to tho ncphow than to tho uncle,
tod tho kindness, shown the Imperial fam
ily has. M least pnrtinlly, nlonod for the
mlserablo tyranny exercised upon the il
lustrious fouuder uf the Napoleonic dy
nasty. Charles Louit Napoleon Bonaparte was
tlif third eon of Louis lloiiapartu nnd llor
tense Urauharnait. Ho wns born In tho
palace of thoTuilerles, April 20, 1808, and
bnptliod by Cardinal Fesch Novum b-.r i,
1810 the emperor und empress oinclating
as hi sponsors. Thu establishnlcnt of the
Hourbonn bsnisbed thn child and hU rula
tlvcs from Franfe, nnd Hrcomparned by
hi mother bo resided tor a time at Augs
burg, and afterwards removed to Huiuer
land. Qucon Hortonso selected the casilo
of Ahrtmcnberg, Thurgau, ns tho homo of
herself and sons, and tho education of the
future suveroigu may bo said to hnvo com
menced there. When he hnd roached the
proper age bo devoted himself almost ox
cludvi'ly to tho study of military and polit
ical afl'sirs, and obtained a knowledge of
tbeto important branches which did him
good service in Intordnys. At tbo acces
sion of Louis Philippe young Napoleon pr
titioned for leivo t return to Franco nnd
serve as a private in tho Frobch army, but
the petition was promptly and rudoly
In 1831 ba went with his elder brother
to Italy, and took part in the Ill-omened
insurrection there. The brother died
from the etf'oots of the hardships attendant
upeu the campaign, May 17, 1331, and the
survivor nurrowly escaped an arrest
John i. IIanr.au. Chan. Thrupp,
JOHN Q. II ARM AN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
North Cor, Otis fit. and SbloIvee-
Abstracts of Title, Conveyancing made n
specially. Heal Kstato bought and sold.
tSTTuxcH Paid, etc.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepared to snpply ocstnmer with th
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OO A T.i.
ORDERS left at llnlllday Urns, otflce, 7
onto i.rvkr, or at the Coal Yard below the
St. Charlea Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. Thn Tim iMntn..t.i.H I. Ji. ,
a'nffdlrto ttt steamurs at any hour.
IDLE WILD MILLS
Corner Twenty-ecnnd Kreet and Ohio
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED COKN
Always on hand, and at the lowest tnsrVe
price. Alto a good article of
Vi rj cheap. Leave orders at HALLIDAY
IlltuTIIKItB, or apply at the utll.
Contractor and Builder
Hni nitunicd to Cairn and Is prepared to
take enntraett for
ALL KINDS " OF IIUILDINGS
And opcclnlly rcferi to hi, just record in
Cairo u a liiilldcr,
llea.lnunrtcii at U. II. Cunningham's,
roiniuercial aenue. Helerciicen loltued.t
Mann.lt. 11. Cuniiliigham and John Wood,
CAPE OIRARDEAU AND ILLOiS
Commroial-av,, Foot of Elev Dtb-al.
Best quality of Lima and Cement al
ways oo land, and for sale at the
very lowest figures for cash.
'72. FALL'AND WINTER 73.
XMTUCKY J SLAVS, FXTKA,
BLACK ALPACAS 4
LARGE 8TOCK OF OARP.NTINQ
Ula Rsstlrss NtocSS
. VERY LOW FIGURES.
COKKIB RTR BT. AND OOMMIBCIAL-AY.,
x. v. MATiiusa.. n. o .cm
MATHUSS k UUL,
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
s silt in i.vxwr..
J. M. PHILLIPS 4 CO.,
(HuMeeeor to E. II. Hsedrlois 1 Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
lArtS; Liberal Adranetmsiiis made SSt
SPJS upon CoDsiKsmrats. aBf
Are prprd to reeeiv. ttoe aad lorwsrd
freight to all soloU aad bur aoj
ell oa eommlMion,
SST-DnslaeM aitad4 to pmrapUr;
S . D. AYKB8. E. J. AYAUtS.
AYERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Omo Lxvik, Cairo, Ills.
W1NBS A JIB UOOHI.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
VAIBO, II.LIIY IB.
Alio, s eoDatanllr on hand a raett cm
l'lU stook of
sooTon and iBisn wnuKixe
I N B,-
Port, Maderia, Sherry and Catawba Wine
p BMTTII a CO. stTTeieluslTelr ftr euh.Ui
inn ef olme barnla buyer.
i. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DEAIJtlt I
IHLeVST, OATS, CORK
AND MILL FEED.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS ob FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAHtO. ILLINOW.
F. H. 8TO0KFLKTH,
srecsssoa rsnts t sTjemn im
retityitr stssd Wbeleaale Dcssle In
Vosralsps suaa ISossSMtla
WINES AND LIQUORS
No, 62 Ohio Lbv,
HKke)S0B hand oenstsatlr a full stoeke
Old Keatueky Bourboa, Be and atononl
tela Wblsklee, Frencli Brandies, llol and Og
RXneand 0llfornl Wlnee lilo
CAIRO PRICE CURRENT
DAYS OF 1SSUETUESDAY AND FRIDAY
Ofllre In the Bulletin Uulldlnjr, corner o
Twelfth St. and Washington ave.
Vmml.k.A M .isniiHaa sM niti 1.
r uiuinuPU in iuiuihsi sw mv iubil
rs, with their oard at the bead of the first
column: Price $3 per huudrsd, payable
SsTLsave orders on morning oflssua
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SON,
Ifliieceteors t John n. Phlllls,)
DfiALKHB IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Moal, Bran, &c,
Con. TENTH -ST. axd OHIO LEVI
OA inn. II.LB.
G. 3!. ALDEN,
Late of Thomas A Alden,
FLOUR, MEAL, GRAIN, HAY, &v.
No, 135.01110 I.evkk, C'Aino.
KdTCash advances on Ooodii on hlt;ht,
Rkvrkkncks: City National Hank or
Cairo, Klrst Nationul Bank ofChlcairo.
HYLAND & SAUER,
AMD DBALBRg IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF E'ERY" DESCRIPTION,
Corner 10th street and Commercial avena
next door to the Hy Una saloon.
11-16 it. CAIRO, ILLS.
AID OIAtSB I
EioiiTit Stbbet, Bbtwbkw Wasiiimotob
AND COMMIBCIAL AvXMUKS,
Adjolsslssg Kl'Seahoaao aa4 llassssy'a
i rpe,bB bM ?' Be"1.' Pork' Mutton Veal.
Mmb, SaUMK, ete., ad are prepared to etrre
eitisea in the most aeeepUbl maaoer.
MICHAEL COYNE, Propriotor.
(OLD POST OFFtCie STAND.)
Corner Hlxtli street and Commercial AVe.
The best brnnds ol CljtarH, choice Wines,
uuuors, etc., alwiiyson hand.
0Opon day and ulgbt.J
SALOON AND READING ROOMS
Wt'ft WINTER '8 11LOCK.
PARKER & MONTAGUE
ieH!Tt,J? ."t ,.'rl,, of cliotee
vluts, Liquors, etc.. always on hand tf
MILLIARD SALOON AND BAB
ROOM. SMATESi, rraprl.iar.
It OVitnuereial Ateoue, CAIRO, II.LlKOId
Bast brand of Callfr SeCtMrelu reeehvJ,
1IILI.IARD ealoon furnlnhed with the best
of tables : and bar supplied with wines, liquors
and elirar. nfthene-t hran I-,
WOOD RITTKNHOUHK & BRO,
(Jstueiul CoinBtisfiou Merobanta
188 OHIO LEVEE,
UtncilKH AND DlALIB IN ALL KlNDS Ol
COKMBK NlNBTXNTTI AND l'OI'LAK HTS
lluys and slaughters only the best eatlle
hogs and sheep, and Is prepared to fill anj
demand for fresh meats Irom one pound to
ten thousand pounds.
(Open Day and Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, 4th and 6tL street,
MEALS AT ALL nOURfl.
A tine new Dining Hall witn every con
yenlence has been added to this popular
Kettaurant, and the guests will flna every
requisite for their accomodation.
THE U1LL OF FARE
consUts of every snbstantlal and delicacy ol
is supplied with the
CHOICEST LIQUORS.WINES k CIGARS
K3"Mlxed drinks prepared with core.
SSItSVUS. TlNWABtt KTC,
Wk wassta a Hassssjr rasalljr,
EVERY HOTEL KEEPER
Who al waya wassu a Fall Hossoe,
Every Stove Dealer
Wsaa Xeasta Bustaeaa,
EVERY MAN, WOMAN OR CHILD
Who desires Health by Good Living,
snouiD iiuy onk or
ASK YOUR TINNER FOR Tiraar.
If he does not have an assortment,
SEND YOUR ORDER TO
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO.
SAINT LOUIS, MO.
Wholesale dealers In all kinds of
AND TO ALL
I V E HTOV1! D E A L ',
C. W. HENDERSON,
y Commercial Ave,, Cslro, 2 11 .
I BOAT STOBEaJ
Onre Lbvbb Oaibo, Ii.u
BEMI8, BROWN & CO.,
Aoents Home Cotton MilwJ
NO. 80 Ohio Levss, Cairo, Ills.
UQcIB TRADE I
J. C. HUELS,
Lau of St. Louis.
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Corner Twelfth street and Commercial Ave
BLANK ROOKS or every description done
with neatness and dispatch. All kinds of
ruling done ut short notice, Bibles, Miulc,
Magazines and Periodicals bound neat aud
at the lowest possible rates.
County work, such as Records, Dockets,
Faa Book. Blanks, etc., aaadsa ipaciaUtri
BoEas, Pocket Books, Eyvelopes. et.,,
made to order. 11-34 af.