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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1873.
JjHNH. OBERLY, Editor and Publisher
TERMS OP THE DAILY UULLETIN :
On week, by carrier., ,. 9 2."
, Ono year by carrier, In advauco 10 00
One year by carrier II not ptld In
advance 12 00
Vao month, by mall 1 00
I'twoe month 3 00
.Six month n 23
Ono year 10 00
TUB DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN
John II. Obcrly hai reduced the subscrtp
Hon prleo of the Wkekly Caino Bulletin
It Ono Dollar per annum, making It the
cbeapoit paper published In Southern Illlnol
PimiDEifT Gru;r tnlTr from a cold
contracted on Inauguration day.
It Ii now suspettod that a woman ii
concerned In lomo way with the myitor!
out murder of Charles Goodrich in llrook.
Irn a fow.days ago.
Tut South Bend district of Indiana is
talking of sending Colfav to cnngresi as
an improvement on the lion. Jasper
Packard who voted for the Increase of
his congressional salary.
The representative from this county
in ado a speech In tho home on last Thurs
day,on tho Illinois river appropriation bill;
the special corrcpjndent of tho Quincy
Herald' thus refers to it :
Tho discussion was renewed this morn,
ing, and continued through tho day, some
of the speeches being of a character past
nil possibility of descriplian. The way
Oberly of Calrojused up Jones of JoMavics,
and the way Jones of) JoDavies went
for Oberly "of Cairo was a caution.
Oberly favored the bill and made a very
eloquent speech, the special pointof which
T;as his unapproachnblo carcasra on his
opponents. Jt wis the treat speech of the
day and was followed by Mr. Swan of
-Fayette, and Alexander of Montgomery,
wh'o decidedly brought down the houe.
The npprop'rlatlon aiked in this bill i"
$209,000, and meets with very strong op
position from those who think the state
has already sunk enough on the canal,
which is really tho object for which the
money is to bo expended, and that it will
involve tbo cxpendituro of millions here
aftor. Some regard the appropriation un
constitutional, but such strong combi
nations havo been made with the friends
of other appropriations, so that ills gen
erally thought that it will go through.
The amendment tit Mr Connolly, was do
feated, after which n motion to strike out
tho cnatcing clauso met tho same fate by
u vote of "8 to CO. ThU was not, however,
imito a fair test of tho relatlvo strength
of the Opposition.
THE STATE REFORM HCIIOOL.
'them for the past two months havo
elicited, as yet, nothing that looks likely
'lohilp us nothing lavo much talk to
To tho farming community, groaning
under the burden of high ftclgbt rates,
and to others legislation, on tho vexed
question does appear slow. But under the
new constitution, business cannot bo hur
ried through tho general assembly as
under tho old. Tho Chicago 'Journal'1
correspondent explains tho apparent
slowness of our state body of law makers,
in a recent letter to his newspaper :
Under the provisions of tho constitution
no legislature can transact business with
dispatch. Every bill must bo road at
lengtnon inrco amoroni nays, ii must bo
printed and if subsequently amended,
must bo printed again beforo It Is put
upon it passage, and when It arrives at
this stago It must bo voted upon alone.
So "oranlbuso'' of from ton to fifty bill
at a batch, and one or two gridirons (lip
ped In by an Interested clerk, can bo put
through the mill as In days
net long ago. There are more than a
score of bills so voluminous that tho read
ing of ono of them consumes the best part
of u day'-esion. This must bo repeated
tnrce ,imc, ana at trie second reading
must be gone through with section by sec
tion and amonded a tedious but safe pro
cess in passing juiigmoni upon the
"drac." the public should not lay all tho
blaraa upon membors. Thero ha not
beon so htllo speech-making by any legis
lature in this itato for
tbo last ten years as in
this. Tho flight of the oaglo has occu
pied vory little tune. Spoccbeshavo boen
exceedingly brief, as n rule, and under tho
summary opperation of tho 'previous ques
tion' the gag has boen applied to oflon for
tho public good. It application hat many
times cut oft discussion tho essence of
legislatlvo deliberation and lent imper
fect bills to a second reading, whore they
could not be amended wltboutjrecommit-
ment, ana consequenuy nau to bo put
throut'h successive grades acain. To hold
tho body legislative accountable for such
delays is unjust.
ajtcumrr, k. v. marine,
Uee - t,J.M s
Hif.ru. rhrellinee. Furniture. Hull and Car
o, inaure.1 at rate as faTorableas onnl, per
manenl eectiritv will warrant.
I rcipctrullr aak or the cltiiensoi ua.
hereof their patronage.
Tho annual report of the board ol
trustee of. the Illinois statu reform school
contains lotno very Interesting statistic.
Tho institution was opened on the first
day of June, 1ST1, and during tho llrst
year its door wero opened to ono hun
dred and eight boys. Of this number,
nineteen were discharged and three
caped, and thero remained Juno 20,
18(2, olghty-slx. Forly-lhroo or the
boy wero natives of IlHnoN, fifteen cf
Now York and eleven of Mis
sourl. Devon wero foreign born.
Ccok county contributed twonty-oight,
McClecn the next largest number, nine,
and Peoria tho next, six. I'rom Alexan
der thero wero two. Previous to com
mittal, twenty of the one hundred and
eight Inmates were engaged as farmer,
four had worked In hotels, three wore
boot-blacks, ono was a rag-picker and ono
had traveled with a circus. The rest had
been engaged Jn the varii-us trades.
Twenty-six boy wero aged from eight
to fonrteen years, siity-thrce wero from
fifteen to eighteen and nineteen were
from nineteen to twenty-one years or ego.
Sixty had been in the habit of using pro
fane languago, forty bad used tobacco and
twenty-four had begun the use of liquor.
Of the whole number, cloven could not
read, and tbirty-iix could not write. A
large proportion of the inmates are kept
employed on the farm, and la the garden,
laundry, kitchen and other department
of the Institution. The only
trade now taught thnu ii that
of making cane chair cats. Tue trustees
recommend the Introduction of various
tranche of labor in order that the boys
may learn profltatle trads,ar,d as , mean
of rendering the school at least partly
salf-sustalnlng. At the present rate of
increase, the trustee believe the school
will number two hundred Inmates before
the first of July, 1673. An appro
priation of $125,000, to meet iho current
expense of the next two year to make
needed Improvements, and to erect shops
etc., Is asked. Considering thit the instl
tutlon Is yet in its Infancy and has no serf
resources, it Is not. an extravgant de
uand. RAILROAD LEGISLATION.
Tho executive cominitleo cf tho Staty
Farmers association has Issuid a call for a
delegate convention, to meet in Spring
floldon tho second day of April. Each
.county It requested to sond one or more
delegates to tho convention. County com
mittee nre roquested to give the matter
ponpnal attention, and to help make tho
meeting "tho uioit Important one yet held,
and tbo ono most prolific of good results
to tho cause." Tho object of thu conven
tion la "loarouso the legislature to u real
Jng lento of tho duty farmer demand of
'them' and tho call it made tho occasion to
rap the legislature over tho knuckles fo
not having already dovltod some meant
for the rollefoftho farmoraof the state,
"Tho petition, resolution and me
'mortal that have beon pouring In upon
DEATH IJY SUICIDE.
(From the state Journal.)
Tho pleasant llttlo village of Pleasant
Plains, In this count, has been thu scene
of another bloody tragedy, this timo the
victim falling by his own hand. On
Thursday of last week, as we are Informed,
Henry Smith, aged 64 years, a prominent
citizen, who has alwaya itood. hlyh with
his fellow-men, committed suicido in his
orchard in tho rear of his resiuVnco in
Pleasant Plains, by shooting hlmn-lf In
tho center of his forehead with a navy re
volver. It appears that Mr, Smith had been no
ticed tlxing his revolver on Thursday
morning, but nothing was thought ol it,
and in tho afternoon when he left tho
house, said that ho was coming to Spring
licld to tettio with tho county treasurer,
he being collector or lurtwngbt township.
A ho did not return homo at tho usual
tlmo his family supposed ho would re
main In tbo city over night, and nothing
moro was cen or iiim. On f riaay
evening, between .1 and 0 o'clock1
bis son, passing through the
orchard, found tho dead body ol his father
lying upon mo ground, with tlie dontli
wound in hit forohoad, and hi pistol ly
ing by his aldo. It 1 supposed that ho
took his life on Thursday, not lonj; aftor
leaving his house. "What circumstances
induced mm to commit tno raan act is an
known, anil probably will ever remain
ono of tho hidden mystcrios.
Mr. Smith was n son-in-law of tho late
Ilev. Peter Cartwrigbt, and
said i havo always borno
an irreproachablo character, ills trade
death has cist a gloomy shadow over tho
community among whom ho had long
been n mombor, which only year of time
can dispel. The kindliest sympathies of
all who know him and his family arc ex
tended to tlico who havo been to suddenly
bereaved by his rush act.
Tbo verdict of tho coroner's jury wa,
that tho deceased came to his death by his
own hand. Cause unknown.
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAGARA, . V.,
OKBUAM1A, It. T.,
.. l.OM.TJl 73
UAMOVSH, It. Y.,
. .nt Ma "
RXPCKLIC, N. Y.,
Comprialnit the t!aJrwrltr Aear.
YONKS' US, N, Y.,
AH ' "
.................... - 4M.1M
VIRBUKH'S TOKD, R. V.,
v. n. nvontcH.
W. II. Moms,
H. 11. C'andae
No. Tub. and IT. B. Oom
F1HE, HULL, CAllOO, LIVE STOCK
SunTl! AMERICA, l'A
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
! K Si 11 II A N TN.
DEALERS IN PI OUR;
And Axveu of
UtO RIVXR AND KANAWHA
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
IMJKIIM th HteMt Hottte
Etchlj !Mlle the Httortotit Huttte
NO GUAKGK OF OAKS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE GUANGK OK OA1W
OM CAIRO TO
Cinrlnnall, illantpolla, Tnlciio,
Diroil, ClxTrUDil, Macara Kalli
llultalo, PitUbuic, WuhlORloD.
Ualtlmnre, Phlladplptila, New York.
Dostoo anil all point eart.
Jlllwaiikle, JacriTllle, Madlnon,
LaCrone, St. Paul and all points uurt.'i.
tlua aNo tbo onljr dlreet roulo to
Doatur, nioomlncton, Nntiniield,
Porla, OtilncT, Ifeokuk,
nurlinKtua, Rock lalat.d, M NaIIk,
Mondota, llion, Krrrport,
Qalooa, Dubuque, Mom City,
Omaha and all point northwest.
Elegant Drawing Room Hlcoping Cit"
On all Night Train.
nfaM Cheekxd to all Important points.
For ticket and information, apply to I. C. It. II
depot at alro; on board tne lrQit ateamsr be
twreu Columbua and Cairo, and at tne prinelp
rallrnaj ticket office throughout the south.
W. P. JOIINiON, on'l PaM. Ak'I. Clileafo.
A. Mitchell, Gen'l. Uup't. Chicago.
J. JOUNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
MICI1AKL COYNE, Proprietor
(OLtl POST Ol rlCK STAND.)
Corner Sixth trect and Commcnlal Avi,
The best brand oi Clgaw, choice Witiea,
Llquorx, etc., al way ouliauil,
BSTOpen day a1nl.nlsht.jr3
SALOON AND KKADINfl ROOMS
Corner 7th Mroet ami u-iM ri.M"K 111 tu-u
Commercial Av. ,,N rhl' h Gl,K.
L'ARKER & MONTAGU.
1 EjLTTlie best braiuli of Clirar. choinc
Wluc, l.lfUor, etc., ulwa) on band tl
70 Omo Lkvkk,
Aairla f 1 ,7sl ,1 1 B tt
I NTERN ATION L, N. V.,
A ...It - ,VJf,t 1
Ataat t4U..tTX r
AMl'.rU CAN CKNTRXU MO.,
Atfiet fbtM.iW I
CONNECTICtlT MUTUAL. UI'E,
Akrto :n,(AX),J (.1
TRAVKI.EKU', UARTFORI), I.1FK AND
Aeta . H,VHJ,(J it
RAILWAY PAHSENUF.IM AhUKANUR
An.'Ot. - e),M2 O-l
SA WORD, MOKRIS i (JANUKK,
71 Ohio l-vvr,
COFFEY, l'AOE & CO.,
t' o it tv audi x u
X .V u
KI.OIMt AND COUNTltY I'KODITOK
CAIKO, II.LTNOI3. ,
" j.Ti. nnLi.ij's &:6 "
(Miiccettori to E. Ii. !ltijdria A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
WIIAUP-UO AT V HO 1' HI ETO Hf .
tWCSS l.itxTKl AJTaneemeun made
HatV upou t,nlKuiut'nla. 5r
Are prrparrd to rsrelrp, atoru and lorward
freightH to all polata and huy and
sell on corcinlaaion,
tsaualne' aitnJl to promptlr.
Liverpool New.Tork ahd PblladrlpMa
mora coftaan with i xiTto trait iu taitiaa
for Carrymn the Mall
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa riatiua laroauatioa
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot
l&llrcadaaj, New.Yorli, ttli
If. II o tip t ,
Waeblciton Annua Cairo, lUinoit.
FOH SALE, ) forfiaU r KOK HALh
' I Kcr Hale 1
VOH SALE. J KJbU.U'OK BALK
Fare from LivcHrooL,
Fare from Lomjcssdirbt
Fare from Glaiqow,
Fare from QuKKitfeTow.H
TO CAIKO, ::::::: Mb to
-iffsrd, ilonlt A CanJce Agrnti.
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o ever? lUacrlplloo,
LATH, aillNOLEii, OEDAK POSTS
UOORS, SASH, H LIN D3
furalahel oa aiurteit ootlce,
UouiDiercial-AV, bet. lOtli and llth-sbj.
HEM IS, RROWN k CO.,
An e nth Home (Votton Mills
NO, M Ohio Levi c, Cairo, Ills,
TEUTON1A LIFE INSURANCE
OK CUICAGO, ILLINOIS.
UENT'L.OrncK, 17i! WASiu.vaToxSr.
This Oennan 1.1 fe Insurance Coiupanv
iniaranteet not oulv 1'ald-un I'ollcle but
aKoaValtie In CaMi on tho Xon-forfelture
JOHN A. HUCK, - - - President
0. KNOUELSDOHF, - - Wecrotary
.10H.S W. PHUKSS,
A tent for Cairo and vicinity.
.SECTION NO. 47.
Association fur promoting Life Inhiuance
and Mick Keller by weekly duea and mutual
co-operation In objects ol nubile benctlt.
The Idle Iniuranco Poliele wilt be lmiei!
by the Teutonlu Life In-urance Company.
II. MEYERS, President.
john vr. pi'.UEsa, ao't.
SHIt for rlroauad vlclnlljr.
ilYLAND k SAUER,
AMI UKALBK8 IN
CHOICE FRESH MEAT S
Corner 10th street and Commercial aVcmu
next door to the Ilyland aaloou,
11-10 tf. OAIHO, ILIA
aio catna la
Eioutb 6tb:t, BrrwaiM Warhinotoa
and Commercial Avxnuib,
AdJolstlBf nrirnlsonae ottd Ilanny'a
Keep the teat or Heel, Fork, Motion Veal.
Lamb, Saua etc., nj are prepare,! to tarse
elliteo In the moat acceptable manner.
IJUICUKH AND DCAI.XU IV ALL KlNDM Of
COKNEIt NLNKTKNTII AND I'OPLAK STB.,
liny and klaughterH only tho best cattle
hog und aheep, uml Is prepared to till any
demand for fre.li meat from one pound to
( sir, i:ieveulli mid ropUrNM..
Inloims the public that ho ban cnsat'Cd the
am-leea of n KliUlatj WaRon Maker, and
also u k Iratlas Homo Bhoi-r, and I ready
to irmnutaotuie and repair all kind of woifc
In tliia trade Willi ueatiicts and dlpatch, .
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
.SOUTHEASTERN It. J.
On and after Monday, April 24th, 1S72
train will run a follows: '
Taaim ooivi eocraaasT.
Leat Vlrdma ...610 a. rn ,
fprlnflel.I. 9:0 "
Tnrlorrllle lu 6
Arrneat r'aua 11. IC.
laitKn aoi!ia aoatnwt.
LfkTe Pan t.ii a. in J. at a, in
TatlflMile 4. to S.l "
AirlfcalHprinnflelJ.-C.n " ...C (j '
5,r.nnia.......n.3 n m "
Arntoat VIiridi S.S
taix oouo sorrmaar.
Ltate rMwoCil ..5.31a. in. ..10.10 p.li
" Flora 8.6 ' ll.M "
Arrito at Hhairrieet'ii M " t.li
BALOON AND UAR-HOOV.
JOHN U AT I'M, I'roprlolasr.
i im Uininiercial Aftaue, t'AIKU, ILLIiiUIr
' HH hran.i of Cillfo iaClnaraiu recen.j,
.ttsVp'u"' ""'I'lAllD -aloou flirnUhed with the LeM
; w, Mllivn .UIU1 liarsupllUU ITIIU WIUCP, UUUOrl
i and cU'nrn of Hianon bramU.
Our Hoiho Advertiaera.
SELLING OFF AT COST
MRS. MARGARET JACKSON
Formerly Hwander, Intending to remove
to Kentucky, delre.s lo dipoe of her lartre
and clecant atoek of
HE I L L 1 El JEl T
In order to aclllltate the sale
Mr, JacLsou has determined
ENTIHE STOCK AT COST
And Invllra the ladle of Cairo ami vlf' 'tv
GOODS ARE ALL NEW
The irmt ol them haln boon aciocted from
the late fall ttylca. hence tho Imllce havo
rare opportunity ti piirt-haac new nn.t
loiiahlc millinery at coat prk-.i. The Mm'
conalatH of halt llliboii", llrmvl-n, lioler
laillet u tidcrwrar. etc., elc. ll-JWJtl
to offer I he
Jo Klgl.thStrrH, heiween Commercial act Waali
r.xloii ATi'DUr. I. dalir recnUUc
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
D It Y UUODfi,
JOHN ii. P1ILLLS &. SDN,
iHui;oi,r to John It. fhillit,)
KOK WARDING ilKKCUANTd
DEALERS IN IIAV, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVI.
z. n. MATiiuea.. k. o .cm
MATHUSS tt UIIL,
C 0 M M I S S I 0' M E K C HANTS
I AY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
8. I). AYERt. E. J. AVKItH
AYERS k CO.,
GESERAL COMMISSION' MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Lkvik, C.vmo, Illh.
R. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND IIEALKK I.V
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO, - - - ILLINOIS
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS ton VAIRUANK'S SCALES
t)hlo Levoo. CAIKO. ILLLNOld.
WOOD KITTEN HOUSE & BRO,
oncral Commiesion MerchanlB
183 OHIO LKVKK,
'72. FALL'AND WINTEU 'V?
c. H A N N Y.
8 Till H K 3, '
EKNTUCKY JSA.Vr, KXTUA,
BLACK A LI' AC AH j
GitOS'lrtAIN tilLKS, '
LARGE STOCK OF (MRty.TlN'G
OIL CLOTHS, ;
u att mo, j
UU Kntlrn Nloel
VERY LOW FIOUREB.
OOHISERbTU flT. AND COM UEHCIAL-A V.,
; (Open Day and Nlpht.)
I J. E. PARKS, I'roprietor,
t tihlu I.pvji- lift. 4th ami Rth .Ir.M-l.
3IEALS ATA 1.1. llOHlt.H.
LAI KaT TALL AMD WINTkH 8TTLKS
Ifeaxita a lull hoe of ,
SOiTiTEJTe &c HATS
! ITrimme-l aol untrimmed,
t KhCNCl! KLOWKRS, RIUHH, THlMMINOt
I of all kltiila, Lacea , el'-., eto.
Mre. McHee hai alfi a large aorlmnt o
Kauee Arlloln.aurh a
NECK TI.H. OLI.AR-S, UN'UKrtflLKEVKS,
An4 all other articlea unialljr lnuni in a
KIItST-OLASS MILLINERY STORE
.Mm. Mrfli'P, In uildltlon to her iitock of
i !!) atiil .Mil llncry (lool.. baa a lliiaune and
Finjilet'j :iortnient of Cincinnati Ciutotn
made IjiiIIc' and M.io' Shoe and L'lill
ilrenV WooU, Ulaclc and in Color. Theso
arvaukunwleiLjcd to be the linen and beat
ecr In the market, and thU Is the only
the city that make them a specialty
A line new Dining Hall with every con
' venleuco has been added to Dili jmpular .
i Kettituralit, and the Rucata will tlirj etry ' 7 "'" ' ""
re'iulsiti-tor thclraceoiuuilatlon. . J t r C.t,..l,
THEIIII.I.OKKAlti: 'Z. 1
eoiiita of every substantial and delicacy ol '
1 the fanii.
WILLIAM J, ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Ofllce over Klr't National bunk.
GREEN & OIJilERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II Ollbert
artrripecia. attention plvea te Aitmlialty ami
oyyiou omo levkc, uooua 7 and H ovxn
CITT NATIONAL IIAVK.
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
OtUce over First National bank. U.lf3in
TECEj BAB i
i oiipplled with the
CHOICEST LIQUORSiWINES & CIGARS
dr.Mlred drink prepared with care.
V2KCM AMU laitUUHtJ.
R. BMYTII & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, j
Alto, Leep ccoUntl' un hand a moat fom
lilne aloek ol
aOOTOit AHD IKian WUiaKIM I
I K B, .
Fort, Madoria, Sherry and Catawba Win -i
11. Sinvtli ,tCo. are alw agouti lorSpen
rcr. McKay .V Co.'a l'lttburif iile.ofwhlrh n 1
larcc stock 1 kept constantly on hand a' '
llielr wholesale store. j
CHEAP GROCER 1ES
THE WBW SYSTEM.
0U0CKRIX8 KETAILKD AT WII0LEBALE
rHICEH rOK CAB II.
AT H. O. THIELEOKE'.S STORE
WA8IIIN0T0N AVK.NDSs IIETWKSS TINTII
AND KLEVXNTn bTRIClTH.
6C 9)1. dry Cuba Sugar lor - - $5 0
91 ii ii ii ... i 00
OJ lb. A coffoo Sugar, N. Y. Std. . 1 OC
1 " l'rlruo Rio Cofleo for - - 1 00
3 " Cholco " " - - 1 OC
a ." Old Government Java - - I OC
Toa and otlior staple and fancy Groce
ries equally as cheap.
Good now and full weight glvon. Call
Anil Dealer In
VEQKTAHI.es, FRUITS, EOQS, LARD
FRESH BUTTER, ETC.
jar All Goods warranted fresh, and aold
the lowest prices.
Corner Oth St. andConimerelalAvo.
David T. I.lnegar
John, M. Lausilcn.
LIN EG All & LANSDEN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
oniee on Seventh street, Winter' block
old ofllco oI'Llnexar, Mimii A; l'ope. 'J-'Jl.lin
WM. GLENN & SON'S
HEAD QUAJITERS FQJt OJlOCElllES
COFFEE. Rio, Laguayra, Java, Mocha.
HU.VR,-N, O,, Hard &. Soft Holloed,
SYRUPS. Now Orloaninnd Eastorn.
WR MAKK Hl'ICIALITIEH OK
19 A It Vint HI, ClXClXtfATJ
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepared to supi'lr ouitmji vritti th
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS left at Halllday Hro. otllco, 7
omo lkvkk, or at tho Coal Yard below tho
St. Ubarlua Hotel, will rccelvo prompt atten
tion. The Tuo "Montauk" will briUR coal
aongnldo to uteamera at any hour.
P E T E R 0 U II L,
No. HO oniO WEVKE,
3-20 tf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
NEW LIVERY STABLE
IIETWKKN WABH'N AVINUK AND WALNUT
lir H K rielil laforma ine publto that he hf
' opened a
on tha northwest ide of Tenth trt a name
OUibla wilt bt funitabvit with nena bat the
AND GOOD VEHIOLES.
and the public inay be accommodated at ol
bouriof In day and night with Mfe team
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