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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1873.
Jjll VII. OI1KRLY, Editor and Publisher
TRRSIS OPT11E DAILY UULLKTLN :
Ono weofc, by carrier..,., $ 2.1
One year by carrier, In advance 10 00
Ono year by carrier t( not jnld In
ailrancc i2 00
Vne month, by mall 100
rhreo month 3 00
Six month..... 1 2."i
Ono year 10 00
TUB DOLLAR WRIiKLY MJLLETLN
John II. Obcrly hai reduced tho nubtcrip
tlon price, of the Weekly Cairo Hullktin
ts Ono Dollar per annum, nuking It the
cheapest piper published in Soittbcni Illinois
Is tho last lbro years Now York has
had 1!,02.1 death from small-pox; I'hlln
dclphla, 4,473, Urookljwi, 1,123; St. l.ouit
1.V34; Chicago, 740; Roston, 800; Cin
cinnati. 1,160; Sow Orleans, Wo. In all
these cities, tho number of death) wcro
comparatively email in 1870, larger in
181, and many times Increased In 1R72
In Now Orleans tho deatlu numbered 628
In 1870, 2 In 1571 and 20 In 1872.
At a contention hold in Gen. Uarflold's
' ongressional diilriot In Ohio, a day or o
bj;o, ii resolution wa ndopted nsklns that
gentleman to resign his teat In tho homo
of reprcsonlativo in Washington. Tho
resolution declared that by voting for the
Increuoof salary bill, he had forfeited the
confidence of bit eonitltaentt. So, earlier
than they anticipated, will tho congress
men who votl for tho unpopular meat
ure, he made to feel the dlspleaturo of the
Now ii there hope Jr all bald beaded
man. A correspondent of the 'Courier
Journal' claim . to hare dlteov- j
crod "how to plant hair ln the
human body o that it will
grow nnd renuin there." The process as
described by tho correspondent was : the
tut end of a lock of hair was placed In a
Tcrythln, mucilaginous paste, composed
ui two vegetable and a cbomieal. Tho
pasto gradually ovajwrated and n bulbous
rvt formed on the end of the hairs. The
eincriroentor then scarified his arm untlll
ti 9 hlood started and plan! the paste
v..lh tho hair attached, on the raw. place,
confining It with n b&adage. Tho hair
grew, and in a few days tho pasto came
lil'liko dandrutT by applying olivo oil.
Tho 'inventor will publiih the whole pro
cess when he porfects his experiments.
The 'Courier-Journal' may now dispense
with Its premium list, and publish the
date when :ho description of this hair grow
isg process will appear.
It is a fashion very ra jch followed of
late, year to critlcts severely tho rollg
Sou excrciie of condemned mnrdercrs.cot
sparing tho ministers who offer tho conso-
Jaticns.of religion to prisoners of this clnit
It cannot bo denied that It Is hard to rec
oncile tho specUcis sometimes offered of
tho perpetrator of a brutal murder pro
claiming to tho world that he has rnado
1.. peace with God, that he fli that all
it well with him, and that his
f-iUre is to be a happy ono.
w:.h the words of the Mble, " the soul that
sinnetfa, It shall die." The man or
wrman who deprives a fellow-creature c'
ltfo has committed a fearful tin, the
wty crime against his victim which it Is
Impossible to undo. Other Injuries may
I - J repaired ; their effect may be
&u.'.iurated, or wiped out altogether.
Murder cannot be unde-no. It is this
v'. .h causes iu committal .to send
thrill of IsYrror through a
cnitnunitv and to make tho slayer
tt his kind an object of the righteous
vengeanee of his fellir-creaturea."
"Whose sbeddeth man's blood, by man
shall his blood be abed." The law steps
in and passes sentence upon a murderer,
but shall this be a signal to desert him
V the toriuroa of his own conscience, to
withuold lrom him the sympathy nnd the
relief afforded by the cbritlan religion,
which in spite of unbelief and the newer
r llioni of acience, common ene, etc , is
' .i'ltbehop and the tolace or helples
b-jmanlty ell tw the civiiUed world.
Jtii not though: slnfjBlaror inconsistent
that ji.o guilty ef taking life who esoapi-,
for whatever rcaijjnje penalty" uf their
crime, should injoy oil the con
E'5atiuss of religion vrbet, dMth In u
natural form, overtakes them. Why then,
ifcs-uld thewratehed prisoner, whose life
ii ta go out on the gallows, wlu auffers a:i
the ordinary and Imaginary horrors tf
tuat ignominious taking off, be sneered at
for taking' hold of the only thing width
ran cxterarate in any Jdegroe, the droad
fjliss of his 'position ; tr is his sen
tence -f death to be tho .signal that he is
.to-dieas the brute dioth? The Judge who
pronounces It, never omit to commend
tho soul of the prieoner to the merev of
God. Ills hopes may b fletlcious and
ha "experiences Imaginary, but thoy
lighten the shsJ. w .,f his shameful,
though ever m tieh dc-
lerrou ueiiu, ana thev, tr.d
the aympathy which fallows him to tho
foot of tho gallows and prays for him
vrblJo tho last dreadful tragdey is bcicg
enacted, should bo exempt from tho bitter
larcsum which spares ntlther tho con
demned, the minister who attends hlm,nor
the tortured hearts- of his surviving
THE tTATK CAPITAL.
In tho stato senate on Thursday, tho hill
making an appropriation for tbo .Southern
IllinoU Normal university was passed;
also ono making nn appropriation for tho
Southern Illinois Insane r.ylum. The
houso hill requiring tho attorney general
to defend tho suits Instituted against citi
zons.by railroad companies for alleged de
tention of trains, was defeated
temporarily. A motion to re-consider
was carried, and tho hill wont to tho Ju
dielary commlttoo for amendment. Tho
senate Jblll to compell tho trusteos of tho
Illinois Central railroad Ismll to oxocuto
their trust, was read n third time and
passed, and only needs tho signMuro of
Gov. Heverldgo to becomo n law. The .St.
Louis 'Democrat's' Springfield spwinl of
tho -Till says :
Tho governor, cretary of stato and at
torney perioral nro daily receiving letter
from county clerks nnd town clerks nbotil
the election this spring. I'rom the decis
ion of Attorney Ucnoral IMsall, which hat
bocn sent out, 1 gather that it will bo thu
duty of olorkt In counties under tuwnsHp
organization to provhlo for tho election of
justices of tho peace, constables in nil such
counties 1. 1., in all counties unocr town
thin orcanizatioti tho election for justices
of Uio peacu n,l constable
shall bo held on Tuesday, tho 1st day of
April, ib.. i, vvnemer tno term or tuoso
now in oiuco lias or uas not expired.
This, In some counties, will doubtloss give
a duplicate set of officers ; but this cannot
be uvomeu, uniws mose now in omco re
slpn and run again for tho full term.
in counties not uauer lowntnip organi
sation the first election for Justices or the
paaco and constables will tie
held on the lueday next after the
first .Monday in oveiubor next i. r.
Tuesday, November -I, 1S73, and in those'
counties sufh oliloen will bo elected with
out regard to tho torm of those then In
The object of the law of 1S73 was to
make the time of the election of justices
of tho peace etc., uniform throughout the
state in the same class of counties.
Tho law also provides that the term of
office, of the justices and constables elec
ted tuts spring, snail commence on the
first Monday in May, 1673, and for tho
term of four years, and tboso who are
elected ibis fall, will commence their du
ties on the first Monday in Oeceu.ber,
IS 73, and for a term ol four years.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
lull Milci t tin Miorlil Hemic
:iSlity 31llci) ilioNliiirtcul Itmite
TO ST. LOUIS
no ohanoj: or oaks
niOM CAIRO TO '
ST. LOUIS OR CIIICAQXI.
ONLY OHK OHANOK Or CAllif
ort oAino to -
OlBeinnatl, i.. thinipollf, Ti.lwla,
Detroit, UleTcUD.I, Mttrtn fan
IUIIImore, t'hllixrl)lil, .Vtw fdrl,
lloston uui all K)ict Mt.
Milvrautito, JanesTlllp, Uadlaen.
l.nL'rof , HI. I'aul nml all )IU iierlB.
This ! lo Dip only iliirrt mute ta
(luleim. IWbaonn. Slant
omai.a nou ail )1dI northirwt.
T1IKBK l'KUSONS SKNTKNOHD TO
The editor of tho Amcricus 'Itetiubli-
can,' who was ia attendance on Webster
Superior court at Preston, G., recentlv,
writes to his paper as follows: .
At 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon the
sheriff entered the court-room with K.
tpann, Susan bcrhart, Lee. Smith, and
William Shcppard. to hear tho sentenco of
tuo law about to bo pronounced upon
them. The room was crowded with spec
tators to witness n tccno vrliteti, pcriiap,
may never occur a;aln, nnd tho like of
which has never before been witnessed
in this statu the sentence of death on
tbreo pcriuns, and confinement in tku pen
itentiary on one. at ths same time. It was
indeed u solemn sight to behold, and one
that v;a never again expect to witness.
Tho prisoners all seemed to bo decplv hf-
fected, especially Spann nnd Miss fcber
hart. As tho prisoners entered a silonco
As still as death pervaded the entire room.
ouijrwy aiicrwarus mey were seated nnu
and Lccamo composed, tho judge in n very
solemn manner, called tho name of K. !.
Spann nnd Jjusan ELcrhari, nd hskol if
tuey nau anytntng to tay why tho sen
tence of death should not" be pronounced
upon them. "Nothing" was answered in
. low tone. His honor then preceded to
pass sontenco upon them seneratelv. ilo-
foro doine to, however, ho addressed them
in the followinc words. Mr. Snann stRnd-
iriL-, while .Ali.'s KLcrhart remained sealed
during its delivery ;
"it Is not my purpoio to reawaken the
memories of the past, nor to wound vour
.ll.Itl.T... . . - -. ....
rcuiiiiiiiu3 ujr rL'CIIUUg IIIO UlCaUIUI
events of that night, whci the poor vic
tim of your crimo lost her life i.t your
nanus, xne events oi tnat nignt, so iiark
wifn crime; tho retiring of tho wife to her
usual repose, trusting alone in her hus
band and bur God; tho preparations for
the fatal deed; the wicked purpose; the
rnoue oi Killing, ana tiieueatii strugglo or
tho poor hclple?, unfortunate victim, ore
already engraved on your mind, and
ffMlter time nor eternity can erer erase
them. Suffice it to tu that a faithful
wlfo loit her lifts- nt tlio nandi of an un
faithful husband nnd his wicked paramour.
Thali enough to to told of this horriblu
tragedy. Let a dark veil hide all else.
" You havo been tried and convict,
and tho sentence of dobth has been pro
nounced upon you. Upon that occasion 1
besought you to turn your thoughts to the
perils of the character of tho doom thai
awaited rach of you. Since then, the
judgment of the supremo cuurt has been
Invoked in your behalf, and tho judgment
of this court has been solemnly arHrmed.
' You stand to-day without a hope.
Tho grave Is boforo you. Within a few
days which will be swifter to vou than a
weaver's shuttle you will be called upon
to pass thouchtho dari: valley and shadow
of dektu. I.tt ovrry moment of vour
Kleqant Drawing Koom Sleeping C"
On all Night Train.
lifKe Cti(kl id all Importmil poialt.
For ticteti laformatinn, tpf to I. C, R.H
lcpot at Kirn; on board tno trnit llMfflff b
tru Columbua and Cairo, and at sae prlMlp
rulron I ticket otacAa throucbou! th tat!t.
W. P. JOHNSON, 0n'l Paw. A', ChtsafO.
A. Muratli, Urn'l. Hup'l. Uhicafo.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't. Of.lro.
SI'UINGriELI) AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN It. K.
On and after Monday, April 2Ub, 1S72
trains will run as follows:
NORTH CRN DIVISION.
hum mii cirnr.
LrT Vtrflaia. -.tt . m
UeriDCtKiM. . " Mi '
. Tikrrlll le ' k "
Arr. at rB II. 4 S IT
iudi oui snaniwt,
tt Pa s.oa . a. JU& a, m
Talortll....S. . 4.
ttmfv ifTin;id . .., . .,n
Arrnrai v irgian. . ..u "
I-te EJfd..., .4 10 -jjb.l m.u
" nor...J. " , ,
Arrlt ai Sba('a . " .,!
Jloi,i ' firi.rni' ' it'.
FJ RE AJSD M AKlKE
I 8TJBA TiTO E3
ITUSIAIU, N. V4 f-
jrOTrt jr. i.
imt$jm.nnm ...iii. .1. ..,i.tHjt OS)
n i wn M4
itcrutr, ir. TMAUitx,
in jJKjit.v."; r Ticmrr!
IN MAN LINK
Lii'rrol New-Tune u.4 rhilautrtpSiSa
Pur CaurflBl tM Mull
FOU 1'ABSAOR TIOKBT8
oi reatHit, i.iita
APHLY TO JOHN G. DALU, Aof
IS BroaJxaj, .N'tv-tttt, u
Waab:aktQ Aimiu Cure, IlUaBu.
POK SALK.-I HmSjJ. r KOR 8ALK
COR SALE. S3! 1 FOR HA Lit
Karo from LlVEKroOL,
Karo from Londcniiehmv
Kara from Ulakiow,
Karo from (i'ies!iirrWN
TO OAIKO, i I fc :(
KilTjru. MoriH a Camle Amenta.
to pass thouchtho dari: valley and ehai
time on eurlhite given to tho most soln.in
event. Rely nut on yourselves
and earnest preparation for that groat
event. jteiy nut on youtiolve!
nor on the help of others, but cas'rStrch-
self with ull yuur fins upon your Savior.
It" you go to Him as true penitents Ho
will not reject vou: lit, aluiul o vw.n
and as great as aro your crimw, Ho will
pardon nnd forgive", May the Lord have
morcy on you ! '
Tho judge then pronauneeJ the set:
tenco of death upon I'.. V. Spann, to bo ex
ecuted on Friday, the lllhdavof April
A like sentence was then pronounced
upon Miss Kberhart. but, upon tho solid
tation of prisoner's counsel, Col. AV. A.
Hawkins, the day of oxecution was pro
longed until the 'Jd day of May.
Sentenco of death was then "pronouueed
upon Lee Smlth.to ho hung on l'ridav.tlie
I6th day of April.
HARD and SOFT LUMBlSU
o fT.tr usiriiiliiu,
LATH, SHINGLE, OKDAR POSTS
JJOOltS, SASH, BLINUa
Furnished cs aborted notloe.
Uomtnerolal.ftv, bet. 10th and llth-sfd.
VALL PAPER. PAINTS,
futlj , ltcmlrtf, tlrt.nllm ,
AbI Uw elbnsd UinwdMiei
A URDU A OIL.
Ur.Oafi'vClt.DIKiJ, CCP ilTK SJT. A OOit
. rrIH7, nirtlr, BaUt a4 Cur
trSsjwSuHy Mk of'St'aitiiM Cm
4ut o r Uawr ptlnm0t.
C. X. UtmtlHH.
W. H. Mn.
.rak. aaul H. m. (tmm
OOXniHHto ANT fOIlWAUDI.-.fl.
" . - - .
R ISA DING ROOMS.
MIOHAHJ, COVN1J, Propri.ior
(fi.i roT orncB sttand,)
Owntr. Kniii ttrwit ami Commercial Avu
SV UKADWG ' ROOMS
Our Homo Advortisorn,
WINTOI - MAKH
ST3L1JNG QFF AT COST
MILS. MAHfJAUKT JAC'K.SON
Formerly wander, liitMidliijf to remove
lo Kentucky, dclrM to dlapoae of her lary
and olocant utock of
x l l x nsr EJ 1C
Immediately. In order lo laclllltate the aalo
ol her pwdn, Mrs. Vackton ha determined
KNTIRK HTOCK AT COST
Ami III! Ilfsllioladleanf Cairo and vl;;ty
!,; If they .Uflood uJhuSI
GOODS AKK ALLNKW
.i. iT , V,' V",1" ,'.avl"? h'r" ''l-ctcd from
aimL,n 1UIU1 r i nrv o.p..rtiiiilty lopun-hae new and lash
ounuiv uiiiiiii. ry ni I'oat pnor. 'l Ur fine
oontti..f luia Hbbonn, Uowrte, Imalrr
IMlea un I. wrar. etr., tl.:. Il-ttitl
, Hi LUAlttl f-AUMn sI bi K
3D Ohio Xdmn.
! r-a:.!,,: iti.frt
COFf HY.imC ft (Ml
imCwmwwiisiww, caiauj. n.i.raiH
ft(M bta J Oail' -"T1 i i rtm,,,
MM4A mtlotrn ftsrsdalKd with iU Um
J. K. VARKJ. Proprisjtor,
M HB. MoOEK,
ta flilllSrS, aMcriiUaRlmaieilaaJ WuU
ursyr r.itL ASt wixtkr srrm
i In! Mn,r
JMUa ATA1X UOIHe
A sw MMt Uakm Bstfl wttls tvtrr
Tnn.n.S a4 etrHnrnl,
t "&MV rUSWtOM. K!H(M'i, Till UU IN 1
tf J. I:!sj. jtc, H.. i.
j sir. )SXl a Sm Ura i..jrimnt
! riary Aft utu
Ittl T1.iS, C I.I.IH UMtKlk-T.KEV K
AM ail ctwrartMlra oi'oUlj loutjl a
riRST-CLASS MILLINKRY STOI'.l
Uf. iteOee. la addilWn to brr M V u(
a;jr iJ MlllliMry tiood..hiarin oifa : 1
, TmfitU aaruaent of Clnriuuiti .ut m
I SBSUlV Ladle' and MI.V Sboea and I a
dresH' Hoot.. lUark i in OoJor Th.
areaelMww't d to h- Ike fluet a:il trat
' ir is lb nurtrt, and this l the rn
IkvritT UMtSQt,tbim a tpila I)
anaiMi arm !ml .ran
rw n akii niV5rB runnLS- K -iiiiaajajimuu.
v TUB BILL Ot r A-BE
CA 1 K,' 1 LU SW taW Ber of
WA - Ilk KKMHI.
P.O. SUh. J
' I, jujm
TkAVKLKMT. HASTtTOBO. MFC AJ
Aa. -.Ijlftom t
KAU,AT rtmtamm a-cubcb
SA PFO HI), A10R RIS A OA XD JSK,
TI 1UI l.v,
TKUTOaVIA LI KJ4 IN8UKAKCK
or OHIOAOO, ILLINOIS.
CesrT'i..OrricK, 1 72 Vt' miroTox ir.
TUft Gavrroam IJtft lsnutaaea "niaaiiT
guarantee not oidy latai-Bi l'olieissa kot
t-o a Value in Oaad on the N'on-ferftUore
IQHjf A. IIUOK, .
JOnN AV. I'RUBSB, ,
Aaat(sr Omi and VlelnJIy.
NEW YOKK L1FB IKS. CO.
I'AIlt l'OI.M Y HOI.IIi:itS hL'D.dOO.OOO,
AORNTlor thl plaiv and vicinity. To a
.iniltablt' I'or-on who will lalihrullv dexote
his Hill time and talents lo the ilutlY of iu
auciiry, uciraiie ierm, ami a mvorawe nn
portimity will be offered. Addre, with
ton i . lit v-,
.1. II. ltKNNiriT. (ifii'l Snp't..
imarasw, cirteago, i
H. P. 1! 15 V A X T ,
Near Twei.ty-Mxtli Street.
Omo Lkvkk, . CAIRO, II.lA
All kind of Lumber. Oak, 1'onUr, t'y
pro, almit. etc., ileeml Iu any par:
ol the oily (roe uf rharyv,
jVTatroU3KO Kdlclied, atnl tUlaiion
HKMIS, HHOWN & CO.,
RAG M ANUPACTU RERS
Aor.NTfi lloni: Cotton Mu.ui
NO. Stl Ohio Levee, (Mire, lit.
SECT ION NO. V.
AssoeuUott DM" promoting Ufc lnaontncc
iiui Sick lU-ilef Ltf weekly diaea statl tentual
.o-ijic ration in obiecU ol public benefit.
The Lite Issastranee Policies will be turned
y tlm Ti'uionia Ufe tnauranec Coaqmi,
JOHN V. l'RUKSS, Aa'T.
tUtr rr Onlrnam! vltttsttur.
IIV'LAND & SAVKR,
a:.i muLRKs iv
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
t OK RVKltY.DriH.KWJO.V.
i.'orner iuth atreet mI Oousgjerclsl arena i
next i lour lo the llylaad ls, .
11-lCtf. CAIRO, ILIA
Kkiutu Stueet, Dkiwee; Vxeuiuotti
, AMD OOMWIIICIAI. AVXSVM,
Ailjnlnlni: Ul'lentinHa ntsd Ilanii V
r.rafi m wi or rors, iiutwa Vaal.
IajBtH iaiuM, etc., ni ar preparaU (a
ttneoa la (he rooti kucriu:la msaaor.
k. a. 'jmmnomH,
G8HRHAL WVVtllOM MKHCHAN1
m&T c-aksra cKabs j
Al) MILL FRED.
t trn :f4 with :h
rHOlCEST UyiftRS. INKS &CIGAR5 1
HTMlxtil driaka preNurel wWs esu.
WIRKft Aitt tUMX) t; Hist
E. SMYTH fc CO.,
lltUlaWl ft PABKHR, 1 1
WHOLBSALB KOOBBS, j
OA.IJI4I. I I, Ii 1,1 ti I I,
FOStWA KDliX & K RCH AN T.
IN FLOUR, CORN
Oata, Hay. elc.,
AUJ5NT8 worn FAIRRAKK'8 SUALV8
mo. rLi jhoiss.
I1 Bl'feJj . L' laaTTaHiT
eonrox ajtd :xmh wmMtiw
G t k .
fwrt, MAderie, Sherry a'ai OatawU Vfa
K. Smyth A Co. srn alw mgtn lor Spea
rcr, MeKr 4 Co.VtUaUurr ale.of whteb a
larsre Uorsc la kept constantly on band at
tbelr wholesale alert .
(SeeaaMbn te B.. Bessdriax AOoJ
Fonvarxling and Commission j T2a::B a-vanna.
! ostneaun mra:lcs js mmmt,vx
tnewt TO 0AM.
Wll A HF-BOAT PROrRIETOK:-'. AT H. C, THIBLKCKtfS STORK
Are anaanal to reeesae, slaas u4 lonrar-J
traaku so M rauata a4 bar a4
t . tmil tta f nanwir a,
Hfjaiitamw amaJa-l t7fai)tt.
JOHK fi PBLLia ft SOJN
OimiieaniW f JolwiH. fl.Utw.
DKALEH8 IN IJAY, OOttN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bri, o.,
Co. ?KTH-8T. Ajrto OHIO LEYfc
WAeumfnoir Arvnrn, unrm nutm
AJTD UtTIKTII HMIH.
M i. Mr Cut 3
t " Frirae Rio Ootte for - . 1 OC
osnr for - ?v 0
ll " . . . J 00
l Um. A eoffee Sneer, JL T. SuL . 1 C 1
Si " Choice "
3 u Old Oovernmeat Java
S. D. AYMU. Y- 3. ATXMl j
Tea and other, iteple and faney Oroee
ries oarnally as ehn.
Com bow and full weight tftren. Call
R E T A I L C. R 0 0 E R
Aad Iltw la .
VKCKTAJtl.lflg. KBIJITt. IIOOS, IJtHIJ
I'HieU IIUTTRK, CTC.
5STAH Qeodji wamntd .'reah, wl wtk! '
lie lewMt price. ;
Corner 0th St. andOemmerelalAve.
HrjTCHiK and DsAtnu ve all Kihw m
Coiinkk NiXKTKrrn akii 1'oi'lah Sth
llUTi and 4aushtr onlv the m,i nattlii
ho and khtep, and i i.renared to tilt anr
demand for freth meats freta one imhssssI to
ten thou, and pounds.
for. I'.lcirnlli nmt I'oplarHia.,
Ililorini the ntiblli. Ilor tu. nnmA (i..
wnioes pf n nrt;elaa Wagon Mater, and
anon rlrM-clasi Iloro fchotr.and Is read v
te inanuiaeture and rejialr all kinds uf Aveil;
'.ui uaur iTim uraiuen aim iitati u.
GKSKRAL COMMISSION MBROIf AKTI
X. 78 Ohm Letes, Caisio, Iua
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CAIRO CITY COAL
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S-eOtf. CAIRO ILLINOIS
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NEW LIVERY STABLE
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ca the LC-rtliWit aide of Tautb strati as Dan
aft Bi'aUea will b furolaliad with nsaa hut lb
AND GOOD VKHICLES.
mil Urn nubile ma v bo accommodated n a!.
i hour of the day and night with cafe teatm
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j4gx j.Jii't I'JtULlUUl'i Or. ncias awa auare oipuunc patronage
I and will endeavor to merit jt by rair dealing
ti (into j.:vi;i:. Wl strict attention to Iraii