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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1873.
JullN IT. OBKRLY, Kdltor and l'ubllsho
TERMS OF THE DAIL HULLETINi
Om week, by carrier 9
OMTssby carrier, In advance 10 00
One year by carrier II not pild In
draaci 12 00
-TVtt months 3 00
Sixaoatfea. 6 25
Om year 10 00
Till DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN
Joan II. Oberly hai reduced the subscrlp
en price of the Wxkkly Cairo Duu.ktin
o One Dollar per annum, making It tho
cheapest paper published in Southern Illinois
Sinator Wakk of this district, Is win
ning golden opinions from all sorts of pol
itician! at Springfield. He Isaltontlvo to
the duties of bis position, which
was forced upon him by tho
good judgment of a Liberal con
rentlon and the rotes of Llbornl elector;
and, while he Is Tory positive nnd confi
dent of the soun Inets of his own opinions,
he is always courteous.
Oor, Oolisuy accepting tho
office of senator in the
congress of tbo United States,
replied to tho protest of tho Liberal mem
ben of the gneral assombly. His speech
was not in good taste, and hir reply was
nol conclusive. He did not meet tho ob
jections urged against his election to tho
eenatorship. Tho 'State Register calls
the speech "Senator Oglesby's Apology
for Got. Oglesby."
Alexander H. STKrnKNs, formerly
vice president of tho South confed
eracy, was a candidalo beforo tbo Georgia
legislature for tho Unltod Stales sonator
hlp, but was defeatod by Gen. Gordon.
He is now a candidnto for tho lower homo
of congress, and will probably socuro a
seat. Mr, Stephens is an ablo gentleman,
but bo is lone windod,nnd an impracti
cable politician. Ho is a relic or n past
era of our political history, and should bo
laid away with duo solemnity in the politi
cal sepulchor prepared for those public
men who will neithor forget nor learn
Our neighbor of tho 'Sun' cannot under
stand how tho position of Mr. Oborly, legis
lative protestant, and of The IluLLKTiK.in
reference to tho senatorial question, enn
be reconciled. Thcro is no occasion for
anxiety on the part of our neighbor. AVo
are an entirely disinterested person, and
cannot seo why tho position of tho legisla
tor cannot be roconclled without difficulty
with the position of the editor. Sumo
time ago a newspaper mado tho assertion
that if Gov. Oglesby woro oloctod to
the United States sonato ho could not bo
admitted, becauso by tho constitution of
the stato of Illinois ho was mado ineligible
toanyothor offlco during tho period for
which ho was elocted. Koferring to this
assertion Tin Bulletin pronounced tho
position foolish, and oxprossod its belief
that Gov. Oglosby possessed tho necessary
qualifications of a United Statos sonator;
but, at that timo, The Uillkti.v had not
examined, and did nol express an opinion
in reference to the obligation imposed by
the last clauso of section 5, artlclo V, of
tho constitution of tbo state upon tho gov
ernor and xnombor of tho genoral
There can be no doubt that wo must go
to the constitution of tho Unltod States
to ascertain tho qualifications of a eonator
in the congress of the United States, and
no atato can add to or tako from tliojo
qualifications. To hold tho opposlto opin
ion is evidonco of ignoranco of prece
dents which havo becomo crystalled into
law. The protest of tho Liborals of tho
general assembly of this stnto against tbo
election of the govornor tho otlico of
enator in tho congress of tho United
States emphatically admits tbis position
to be true.
Briefly : Tho protcstants nssume:
1. That the constitution of tho United
Stales prescribes tho qualification of Uni
ted States senators, nnd no stato can
change those qualifications.
2. But that tho people or tho stato may
dedicate a citizen, with his consont, to the
periormanco of certain public duties for
a speciflod term, nnd may inhibit him from
accoptlng any other olUce, and
their roprcsuntatives in tho
general assembly from electing such a citi
sen to any other otlico during tho period
for which be was elected.
3. That tho people of Illinois by sec
tion 0, article V, of tho constitution, which
deolares that tho governor shall not bo oil
glblo that is to say, not a propor -porson
to be chosen to any offlco during tho
period for which ho shull havo been
elected, have thus dedicated their govern
or to tho performance of the duties or that
office during the entire period for which
he Is eUctel j by this doilcatlon they in
iendeJ to prohibit him from accepting.and
the general assembly from electing him, to
the other offlco of senator In the congress
of the United Sletos during tho entire
period of his term as governor.
4. That when Gav. Oglosby took
a;oatli to support the constitution of tho
ftfttt of Illinois and perform the duties of
tbt office of governor faithfully, Intend.
Isg to not perform the duties of governor,
but to accept the offlco of senator, which
li certainly another offlco than that of
governor, within tho period for which ho
was olocted, nnd did actually accept
that othor offlco within a month after ho
tworo to perform tho duties of tbo offlco
to which ho had been elected by the poo
plo, be did vlolcnco to his oath nnd to tho
letter and spirit of tho constitution.
B. That tho mcmbors of tho general as
sembly who clccloJ tho governor to an
other offlco within tho period for which he
was elected, also violated thoir oaths.
They had sworn to support tho constitu
tion, end tho election of tho governor to
another offlco was doing what It forbado.
C. That tho precedent thus established
is a bnd and dangerous ono.
Thoroforo tho protest, which, wo nro
persuaded, will, if read without prejudice,
carry conviction to tho mind of tho reader,
unless ho is ono ofjtho class of men, now
too numerous, who caro nothing for writ
ton constitutions, and tramplo under foot
all restrictions which circumscribe, tho
limits of their own desires.
l'KOSl'ECTUS KOK 1873. SIXTH YEAR
THE ALDINE, .
An Illustrated Monthly .Journal, universally
admitted to bu thu HnmNuinest Period
ical Ir. the orld. A ltunruxciiti
tivc and Champion of Amer
.Vol fur Nnl In Hook iir Jitni StnreN.
Notwithstanding tin- increase in tlin hi-Ii-p
of stihtcrlptlon last fall, when the Aldinc .
sinnoci proem nouie proportions nnd rep
rot'titntivo character, the edition wns more
than double the pat year: proving that the
America'! public appreciate a sincere ef
fort ill tho callo of Art. Tin' iml.IMii.rx.
anxloiiK to Justify thu ready conlldenee thus
duinolitratcd, havo exerted themselves to
tho utmot Id develop and improve tho
work , and tho plans lor the coining vear,
as unloUled by the monthly l.-ue, will a-
umi'ii uim ueiiL'iii even 1110 most tuiuruiiic
friends ol tho Aldlne.
Tho AldlllO Will tvnradllpn rvnimiln. nl
tbo best foreign musters, selected with u
view to tho hlahot nrtistlo Mlrens. mill
grratcot general Interest; avoiding such as
iiavi: ijccijimc laminar, inroiigii pliotogruplis
Ul tUJIlfP III HIM K1IIU.
The quarterly tinted plates for 187.1, will
reproduce four of doling. Davis" Inimitable
chll l-.ketches, apprcpriato to tho Tour sea
sons. TJipu plates, appearing In the lues
or .laimary, prii, .liny, ami October,
would bo alone worth tho price of a vear's
PltE Ml I'M UltOMOS FOR 1873.
Lorv subscriber to llio AMtn W'lwi 111V-
in adwince Tor the year 187U, will rccehe,
without liddltloii.il charge, a pair of beauti-
iiii i i uiiruiiio, auer d. ,i. inn, tlic emluenl
K.'.,.TII"',,,-..l,al,ller' . lectures, entitled
" I hu Milage Hello," and "Cruising the
Moor." are lix'lO inches urn iirltili-il (mm
t!.i dltlerent plates, requiring : impressions
ami tints to perfect each picture. The same
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stores. As It Is the determination of Its con-
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ot competition tn ucrv department, the
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can bu otfered by other periodicals. Every
subscriber will recehc a certificate, oertbu
signature of the miblMier, iriurantcciinr
that the cliromo dcllured shall be equal to
tho samples furuMied the agent,
?J. xi ,. "'0,lcy will be refunded.
1 lie distribution of pictures ofthls grade,
free to the subscribers to a dull
odical, will linn k an epoch in the hltory of
tuuiiicriiig me unprecedented
cheapness of the price for The Aldinu itself,
the marvel falls little short ora .nlriaele,
even to thoo best acquainted with the
achievements of Inventive genius and Im
proved mechanical appliances. (For Illus
trations of these chronios, see -Non umber I
uo of tho Aldlne.)
THH LITKIlAnY DEPAUTMKNT
will continue under tho care of .Mr. ltlchard
Henry Stoddard, assisted by the best writers
and poets ol the day, who will strive to lme
the literature of !h Aldlnn nlnvn w in i-..,....
ing with Its artistic attractions.
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only by sulHcriiUou. T hero will bo no re
iluced or club rato ; cash for subscriptions
limt bu sent to thu mililLlirr M
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6S Mulilen Lane. New York
Our Home Advcrtisor.
W. V. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS SUri'LY DEPOT
131 TKKTIt BTRKST,
Door, Sinnh, Itlladii, MossIdlHK,
Enve Clot (ere, (wood) Window nssd Door
Frainm, Floorlasjr, tsitts,
NliJtiRloa, Olitaed Riuti, tilaaod Bide
I.tahta, Ulnaed Truniorue,
HiU Welsilifa, Nitats I'nllleA nsid O
Blind Fimtcsiltiva. ttooflns;
Felt. Hooflnsr Cesniat, Plaaterlss
1'nper, Cnrpet Fell, White
Lend, UbsmI Oil, Asner.cna WIimIow
ttlnaa, KiikIUIs HiidFretioh
1'Inlo gium, I'utty, U'nalor's riinti
Kit., Kt lCSc
AOKNlri for Hock Rivet Prcr Compunv'
HhtMvllnnii Kelt unit (Jimrtt Oemofit
ii. vr joun h iinproTKU Jiooong hiwuji- on
S. WALT EUS.
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o wry ttoHcrlpllwD,
LATH, SU1HGLKS, OKDAK POSTS
DOOltS, HASH, BLINDS
S"urnl-hcl on shortest notice.
Cotumcrcial-nv, bet. 10th and lltb-Bbj.
WHY 1 O o n N.
MISS M. J. OAHSOfl
VMies to call attention to her stock of Tovs,
Notions and Taney (loods and Staple Arti
cles con.lstlng ot Dolls In great varietv,
Ladles' Work-boxes nf line quality, Writing:
Desks, Children's Dishes, Toy Wagons, Doll
Hugglcs, Hubby Horses. I'inu Silver-plated
Ware on Nickel Sliver, Fhiu Table-knles,
Knapkln liliigs, China Vases, uud a good se-
N's'tlftll if flinnii .liitf.tli-o K t....
Call Hells, rictuiesaud l'lctiiru Traines, and
an; uiuui ui iii icn urn iiuiiieroi.s iii men
tion. All aro Invited to call. No. Kill Coin
merclal avenue, between Ninth nnd Tenth
'72. FALIAND WINTER 73.
KENTUCKY JEANS, l-XTBA,
LAKUK STOCK OF 0A11I-KTING
Ilia Entire Ntock
VEUY LOW FIGURES.
CORNin BTII ST. AND OOUMXRCIAL-AV.,
II. -M. IIULKN,
MKHOirANDISK It O K H It
l'urchasing for Merchants a speciality.
Ofllce: 110 Ohio Levee, CAIItO, ILLS
KjTlteteri'ncrs, Cairo Merfhants.
NKW YORK STOItH,
WHOLKSALJi AND IlKTAIL,
LA HO EST YAKIETY STOCK IN THE C1TV
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner or Nliirlpfnih afreet aud Com
O. O. PAT! Kit.
SELLING OFF AT COST
MltS. 3IAUQAUKT JACKSON
Kormcrh' Swander. tntpnillnc In rrainv.
to Kentucky, desires to dispose of her largo
Ullll VlCillli BIUCIW Ul
Immedlatelv. In order to farlllitato the sale
ol her goods, Mrs. .laelisou has determined
10 oner inu
ENTIRE STOCK AT COST
And Invites the ladles oi Cairo and vle'ilty
tn call on her if they deslro good barctii8.
GOODS AUK ALL NEW
The most or them havlnir lionn snliwiiil (Vrm
tho latu full stles, heneu thu ladles havo a
rare opportunity lo ptircnaso now and lush
lonablu millinery at cot price. Tli slock
consists of bats ribbons, (lowers, ho-lery,
mhw t iuivi,i;m, I'll',, I'IC. IWUll'
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 Mile tho Hkorteat rtonte
ClKbly'Mllea Use Hhorteal Ronle
NO CHANGE OP OARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
OM OAIRO TO
Cincinnati, lulltrmpoll, Toledo,
Lwirott, uicTpiHiid, niKr Ksin
llnllslo, I'ltlsliiim, WMhlngloD.
Dultlmnrc, rhiladrlphia, New York,
Boston antl all points east.
Mltirauklt, jRnratille, Madison,
LaCrosse, Ht. Taul and all points north.
This Is also tho only direct route to
Decatur, nioomlngtOD, Hpnnisld,
l'torla, S"1?0?'. j. Ksokuk,
Iliirlmatoa, tbick Island, L 8lle,
Msndotn, IMiod, Frseporl,
Uklcna, Diibuqos, tiloui oifv,
Onisba and all points northwest,
Eloi?ant Drawing Room Slocpinn Ca"
On alllght Trains b
Dsiftiigo Checked 10 all Important points.
For tickets ami Information, apply to 1. C, li.H
depot st Hlro) on hoard the trnnsit steiuner be
tweeu Columbus and Cairo, ami at tne prlncln
rallron I ticket ; ofllces Ihrmighout the aouth.
W. P. JOHNSON, Oen'l Pass. An't. Chicago.
A. MlTCittLt, Oen'l. Htip't. Chlcngo.
J. JOHNSON, AR't. Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN It. R.
On and aftor Monday, Anrll 34th, 1872
trains-will run as follows;
HUM OlIISU SOCTnlllT.
Lrs.te Virslnia 6.40 a. m l:Mp.tn.
' Pprlngtleld so " 3i0O "
,' TsylurtlMe 10 8 " 6. 8
Arrite tt l'n.. 11,40 6.17
I.earo Pans 4.00 . in 3. .15 a, tn
" TMlomlle 4.40 " 4.(1 '
Arrive t Hprirttriell...e.l " B.tM "
l.eae Hprnistlelil. n.6 o lo
Arnvoal Vbginia 8.6 " s.15
this3 ooisa focTiinsi,
benve Flgwood 4.30 . m. - ....10.10 p.ir
riorn o,u ...........ll.tu
Arrive at 8hwnect'ii .3S " 8 18
o a its a i if
Dim Lkvk Cairo, III.
1IYLAND & SAUER,
AND DKALKK8 IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OI' EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Corner 10th street and Commercial aVonua
next door to tho Uylaud saloon.
11-16 tf. CAIRO. ILLS.
AND Milll IX
ElQIITH STRKKT, BKTWIKN WASniNOTOR
Adjoining HI '(CDhonae nod llanny'a
n"i wi" unti or ueei, rorn, Million veal.
Linus Sauaae, etc., nil are prepared to Mrte
cttitena In tho moat acceutabls manner.
Udtcuxr and Dkalih in all Kinds oi
Fhksu it k ats.
Corner Ninktkntii and Potlau Sts.,
liuys and slaughters only the best entile
hogs and sheep, and is prepared to till any
demand for fresh meats from one pound to
von luouaumi pouuun.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is preprJ to nuppljr ouitomer with th
PITTSBDRG AND ILLINOIS
nimVIIC Inn Ml 1lf.1tl.lr..r 1IAD H
onto lkvkk. or at tho Coal Yard below tho
St. Charles Hotel, will recctvo prompt atten
tion. Tho Tuo "Montauk" will bring coal
ui'inBHic ui twniuun ui any nour.
l'AUKEH & HLAKK,
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
l'utt jr. Banalsse, Ususollue,
And tl.e celebrated illuminating
IIUOBH' LULI)lN't COP ilTH AT. a COM
Cairo .... Ilinois.
SI 000 IN ONE WEEK.
To any shrewd mall who can do binlnc..
on the UU-t, 1 Kiiuritiitee tin Jinuicn.e Kor-
V?'' ral'll'ly. '"id In perfect safety.
Address iu perfect conlldence, '
a it. . W'M" WARRKN,
Vi-is w aSi? ,,K"t' Ncw York"
M US. MoGEE,
On KlKhthfttroet, Iwiween Commercial and Wash
HKton ATeuuua, In daily recelvlnf
NEW MILLINERY (JOODS
I.ATKHT FALL AND WINTKU HTVLKB.
IIi'UHUh a full Imo of
BOITWBTS Se HATS
ITruntned and untrimmod,
FltKNOU KL0WKH8, IlIHHONS, TUIMMIN08
of nil kind., Laced, etc., etc,
Str. MKIee hai lo a lr aortinint o
tfUQf Aillcla,aiivli a
NKOK Tl.X COLLARS) UNDRHHLCKVFJi
ItUKFS, tiAHll his, FANS, '
And all otlieratrliclea uiualljr lound iu a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. Mcflee. In addition to her Htoclc of
i'uncy aud Millinery (iooiln, Iiuku flnaoneand
coiiiilt'to uwortmcnt of Cincinnati Ctiatoin
Mado Ladles' und Misses' tjhocs and t'hll-
uicii.' iiuoin, uiucH uiiu in colors, Tlicse i
ure ucknowlcdKcd to bo the finest and best
hoes in tho market, und this is the only
ucu In thv city thut tuukvs (hem a specialty I
No. 104 Commercial Avknuk,
Prench, Scotvli nnd American casslmeres
oi an coiors, unn ueaver aud broad cloths
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And made up In'tliu
And at the lowest price, A lino tit and tlrst
ciuss woru Kiiuranteeii. Satisfaction in ev
WOOD I WOOD I I WOOD 1 1
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Am Cheap, II ssot Cbeaper
nuuu iu vuiru. j.cave orucr
on the elates at tbo Postofllco and at ito.k
jiu, on uiimtierciai avenue, netween
lenth and twelfth streeU, Cairo. Illinois, J
Klveitood measure and willoord tho wood
up if desired.
aumQ.tr DENNIS HALEY,
J. E. LUFKIN,
Wholcaale nnd Bctnll (Jroecr,
Has on hand at all times Vegetables, Fruits
liuttcr and E,'KS,l.ard,
Honrt, Tropical Fruits, Etc., Etc
H5TA1I goods Warranted Fresli, and sold
at small Prollt.
N. II. Parcels delivered to any part of tho
city to Customers. .
WKST 81DK COMMERCIAL AVK., IlKIWtlST
Ulll AND lHtU STRKKT.,
Our Homo Advertisers.
CAIRO, I M.I NO
OROCXRIKS RCTAILID AT W1IOLKSALI
I'RICKS fOR CASH.
AT H. 0. TUIELEOKE'S STORE
WABUINOTON AVKNUK. 11KTWKKN TENT11
AND ILKVKNT1I STRKKTS.
6C !bs. dry Cuba Supar for - - - ?5 0
9J " 'i ... i ot)
OJ lbs. A coffeo StiRar. N. Y. Sid. - 1 OC
4 " Frlmo Rio Cofloo for - - 1 00
8J " Cholco " 11 - - 1 OC
3 " Old Uovernmont Java - 1 OC
Toas and othor stnplo and fancy Groce
ries equally as choap.
Ooods now and full woight glvon. Call
And Ptalcr to
VEGKTA1II.K.S. FRUIT8, E(1(IS, LAUD
FRESH UUTTElt, ETC.
U3T All Ooods warranted fresh, and sold
tho lowest prices.
Corner Oth St. andCommcrclalAve.
And Dealer In
VEO ETABLES, FRUITS, E009,
LARD, FRESH HUTTER, LIVE
AND DRESSED P .ULTRY,
FRESH SALTED AM)
SMOKED FISH, ETC.
All Goods Warranted Fuksii
And aold at the lowcit prices for cah.
"Eighth street, between Commercial
and Washington avenues.
home t:r,.a.:d:e3 i
J. C. HUELS,
Late of St. Louis.
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Corner Twelfth utrect and Commercial Ave
I1LAN IC HOOKS of every description done
with neatness and dispatch. All kinds of
rulinK done at abort notice . Illhles, JIinlc,
Magazine and Periodicals bound neat and
at the lowest possible rates.
County work, such as Records, Pockets,
rty Hooks, lllunks, etc.. made n ipeciallty
Hoxcs, Pocket Books, Envelopes, etc.,
made to order li-"4 tf
II. T. UEHOULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Oa Fitter'a an.l I'lumber'a material, Wucd
pumj , r olie anil anxle valfn, etop
cocks, chrok iHlrea, etc.
also jtdKNT roa
Tnfto Hro them I'atent llry n Xeter
inil More.iuiise.Wella M Co'a Automatic Watai
Indicator anil Huppljr Valse for steam hollera.
iNTna'a nt.nng. (iommhhiih t.. vavn
For Sulo at Wholesale or Retail
CORNER 32D-STHEET AND OHIO LEVEk
uotlltt J, 1MJAUUI.B
Corner Twenty-second street aud Ohio
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
Always on hand, and at tho lowest marke
prico. aiso a goou articio or
Very cheap. Leave orders at IIALLIDA'i
LIROTIIERS, or apply at tho lull),
CTISWIir AWP ratWAISB
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
It K l V II A K TN.
DEALERS IN FJOUK;
And Aett of
IUIO IlIVXR AND CANAWUA
70 if; I.uvKf, '
t. V. MATIIUCS.. I.O. Ulll
MATI1US6 & UIIL,
0 O M M I S S I ON M K R C HANTS
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
si I si ma inn.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
iHjcconori to IC. II. Uen.lncss A Co.)
Forwarding and Coramiaaion
sj Liberal Adfancemenle nuwln at24f'
VpX upon CunalirnmonU. Jdl
Are reprnl to receive, .tore and tnrwarJ
froUtitf lo all pointa ami buf an.l
sell on comml.emn,
WRualneaa aitenile l to prnmiUv;
D. AYKRM. E. J. AYJCKS.
AYERS k CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Levke, Cairo, Illi.
J. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DBALKH IX
H-A-IT, OATS. GOilSl
AND MILL FEED.
OAIRO, - - ILLINOIS
JOHN R. PHLLIS & SON,
(Bucceasors to John II. I'hlllii,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cou. TENTll-ST. and OHIO LEVE
DAI ltd, II.I.H.
G. M. ALU EN,
Latu of 'i'homas &. Aldcli,
A N II
Vl.OUlt, .MKAL, (1RAIN, HAY, v.
ilo, 135 Onto Luvkk, Cairo.
tnCash advances on (iood on night.
ltKKKUKNCKs: City National Hank of
c-.uro, r irsl national llanu ot UiIcul'u.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, (JOHN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS or FAIRIIANK'H SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
WOOD UITTENIIOUSE & UJiO.
Gentral CouiniissioQ Merchants
I8S OHIO LEVEE,
P. G. Schuh.
) o o 2
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Z o g
o - - I
W 'A g
S W W M
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( H H
NEW LIVERY STABLE
IIKTWKEM WASU'lf AVKNUK AND WALNC1
Dr. II. K. Klehla Informa tne public that he fiat
LIVERY a T A 11 L
on the norlliweat aula of Tenth itreM aa name
flia H'atilea will he furnlahed with none but tlm
AND GOOD VEHICLES,
and the nnlilto may lie acennimoilatod at al
hours or the day and night with safe teams
on the lowest terms.
I)r. Fii-lds ukN n li:irenf,nlionatroiittite
and will endeavor to merit It hy fJlrdeallui;
and strict attention to lai.il
REM IS, HROWN Si CO.,
AtiuNTs Home Cotton Mills
NO. 80 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills.
On Commercial avenue, between Twelfth
and Thirteenth streets.
GUESTS WILL FIND OOOD ROOMS AND
TDJC VXRY BIST OF BEDS
.A.T THIS HOUSE:
Transient Patronage Solicited.
MM. ELIXN McCartbT, Propr.