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SUM DAY. AJMUL 12, 1874.
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Tut Chicago 'Time' make a ug
ration to the detil. There is no pa
ftr that has a better right, uuless it is
Jut UifUETIN, to advise the Old Hoy.
The 'Times' i a religion journal, and
if the devilwouU follow its advice he
would toon become a very proper gen.
tlemao, "all of tha olden houl
The able member of congress from
this district bu done nothing duriug
tie toilou of congress but introduce a
till about peusious r omcthiug of
that sort and make a very little speech
'about degj for bouji and Lcacou lights.
Probably his lack of exjrienee in leg
Ulativt business is the explanation oC
bit neglect to be more than a cypher in
the houte. It is possible re-election
might brighten bis faculties and make
klm a able member something more
than tie Leacnman of Mr. Logan.
THE TRUuToFilKV. .McUAK
THY. Florence MeCirthv is or hi, been
s Baptist miniiter. A brilliant. fellow
wfejaj eccentric, Florence gavetoihis
flo of trouble. :lle wore
loagrhair.an iiamicnlate shirt, 'fine
boots, and was unmarried. Inthecotn-
menccinept of his ministry he was ad-
mired. The lady member, of the flock
-that i, to say the young ladies de-
clued him with unanimous voico to be
a ue.r, good man, and even the dea-
.uus .ooaeu upon lumwitn icmuiy
cjei. ut norence was unfortunate.
In an evil hour he intimated t one of 1
hia deacons, wbo had an unmarried 1
-h...:, uu waru on ncr nauu
ugh '.that he ought to stick to her.
From that moment the light of an evil
aUr fell upon Mac. The deacons de-
nonneed him the parent of the wart-1
handed girl of tweny-nine Mimmers, I
...J - - r i . .l
uuo o' nis colleagues vtho
had a red nose, ate free lunehes
1 ; . i. . .. .. .
fill r ill whl.L'L' hanaind 1.. 1.
..w-j, ault .wuuicij iius-
tile. TheV obiected to his hair, tn hi
thirt, to his boots; they objected to him
in the gross and in detail. At last they
succeeded in pulling him out of the
pulpit, aud now he is lecturing on bis
wrongs. His lecture is entitled: "Who
wouldn't be a Miuister?" and is witty
a composition one may read and
laugh over, and thcu read again.
There cau be no doubt that Florence is
wuiewhat of u fraud as a preacher, but
in the case of Mac vs. the Deacons, all
our sympathy is with Mao.
TO WUAT INFLATION
Many sagacious men profess the be
liaf that the institutions of the repub
lic will be put into greater jeopardy
j in" aaoptiou of tho policy of infla
tion than they were hy the conspiracy
of the McessiouibU ; and, if u correct
judgment of the future cau be formed
by atudyiugtb history of the psst.they
have reason f.r their belief. "The
ence, art and political coudi
ton of nation.," au eIni.
"nt writer, .,aro often iniutrtted
oy their c.inage." In tho history of
Europe illustrations of this fact may
be ftnnd. -The bimplicity of the er-
t'e," says the same writer, "is in
dicated by the puro silver, sueh
that coined at Crotona, 15. C. 000 tho
reign of 1'UiUip of Mucedou by th
uauve unmoved enld. A Lra.lnal ,1,,
ciine in Boman nrosncrilv is mo
than ahawdowed forth by the gradual
aetenoration or its mouey ; for, ai
,evil times befell the State, the ciuper
lors were compelled to utler I'aJso coin
age. Thus, under Vesnasia
69, the silver coin coutainud about mm.
ilourlh or tu weight of copper ; uuder
jAntonious Pi'u.s, A. 1). 188, mure than
Joue-third; under Commodu, A. D.
180, nearly one-half; under Oordiau,
A. D, 230, there waB added to the nil.
'ver more than twice its weight of cop
per. Nay, under (1 allien us, u coinage
was iaauedf copper, tin aud Mlver, in
which the two first metals exceeded the
Jaat by inoro than two hundred times
JU weight. It .hows to what a hope
le eoudition the Bute had come."
Public demoraliutiou followed this
deterioration of the money of Kome.
Thm farther the country proceeded ftou!
gold and ailver coinage the deeper it
ak into iauuorality and the more
rapid beoaaae ike concentration of.
power iu the hand, of the ruler
Power that, in the earlier agea, bad
bccu exorcised by thousands of people,
panted into (lit hands of a few fa mi lie
and finally was seized by ono man who
became the tnaftcr of one hundred nut)
twenty tnillioti! of people; Virtue
vanished from lociety and crime became
rampant. Wealth was the only stand
ard of social diMinclioa. The founda
tions of the government became corrup
tion and terrorism. After the civil
war, when the money of the country
had become ureatly debased, univer
sal depravity prorailed. "haw,"
ays (he writer we Have
quoted above, "ceased to be of any
value. A mitor mail deposit a bribe
before a trial could be had. Tho so
cial la brio was a I'csterinir muss of rot-
tonne!'. The people had become a pop-
uioce ; tnc aristocracy was ueiuoniao ;
the city was a hell. So criiuo that the
annals of wickfdue.v can show was left
uunerpetraled. Keuior.eIe murders.
the betrayal of husbands, parents, wives.
friends ; poisoiiingreduccd to a system :
adultery degenerating iulo incest and
criuus that cannot be written. Women
of the highest class were ti lacivious,
depraved and duuijtrous that then could
not be compelled to contract matri
mouy with ihem. -Marriaue was dis
placed by concubinage; even virins
were yuilly ol inconceivable itnniudcs-
ties; ureat officers of state aud ladies
of the court of promiscuous baths and
These evils were the result of the
deterioration of ltotuan money of an
expausion of the currency. Debasing
the coinage made money, such as it
was, plentiful, and led to speculation
and extravagance to the concentration
ol wealth and power, and to general de
moralization. And, it is true, that
whenever, in any country, the coin has
been debased or irredeemable nater
has been thrown in great volumes into
business, the same results but le'in
dejL'rco have been experienced, Hut
these lesions do not deter us from a
determination to increase the volume
0f our paper currency. Americans be-
r,CVc they can avoid the dangerous
rocks upan which so many uatious have
been wrecked, aud that our Lest inter-
Csta demand inflation. The experiment
is alou, ,a bc ricJ i.et w atand by
BllJ orjecrvc tie reMjl Jjet UJ ,ake uo
:, ;' .i. .,.A,i:....i i... ,i
,,, raTcns 0f resumption will be real-
TilK l'UILOSOWlY OF Sl'Kt'lAI.
A friend of Thk Bulletin, who is
a minister at the altar of a Protestant
I cuurcn, ins given us lus views on fpe
cial illumination. Hit Km:
I I 1. ( .. .
icauing principles ol tlie Uible to my
heart and life, I receive much comfort
even under affliction. Realizing a spc
cial illumination iu a measure rcgula
ted to my need, I pass the fiery trial cl
tne crucible unmoved, and am guided
iulo higher degree., of .spirituality
Thus, every day, I become better pre
pared to hee aud show the doctrine of
Scripture, to defend the living oracles
and vindicate the truth of God, aud to
harmonize the statements and priuci
pies of Divine revelation with the ureal
facta of nature around us. The most
reasonable faith is that which dubinits
explicitly, wholly, uncomplainingly to
the Word of (lod.
'J. As iu philosophy aud science a
man should beware of mere theory and
uucertain hypothesis, so he should take
equal care not to mistake the mild vaga.
ries of an excited imagination for tho
pecial illumination of Uod. I am a
persoual witness of tho direct conscious
operation of tho Spirit of God and of
pecialillumiuatiou. That is true. Aud
those who manifest to much williuguusa
to take my testimony on every other
point, should not ditlru.it it on the bub-
joct of religiou.
!. This claim of special illumination
and baptism from on hiuh does not in
volve any pretension to infallibility of
Jaitn ana practice. As scientific knowl
edge does not hecure u scholar exenm.
uou irom tne possibility of error, this
-I" -. Own Uuun in.
judgment infallible, nor does it ,liaL0
me an autlioritativo teacher.
L Thi bpveial illumination adds no
new truth to revelation, h briu-s
no new features; but it places the old
truths of the Uible iu a more ,,:
nent position and j.reseuts them iu a
more htnkmg light. There is a nat
ural analogy here. Tho light of Foieuc
does not create any now feat urn in ....
ture, but simply brings the old features
ut oi their tecret enfolding,. But
lat a oi appearance are not invariably
"" IUUIIIV. III. .1.... , ..
Lliuroh oi Home was stranded.
0. My receptions of $lt frow U
)ord of (iod are progressive,
and in proportion, it seems td
me, to the growth of spirituality i
soul, very much like tho gradualucs.s of
development iu nature. Tho special
Humiliation is for the prpo,0 of iui
parting a mure succinct understanding
of tho instructions ailll precepts of the
Bible, uud not lor the ruveal.neut of
additional truths, for theio areuo.un.
pleiucutary revelations to be given iu
tho church, any more than there nro
supplementary election;) going on iu the
'i (j As (howork of creation is eudad,
'so the work of .rovelalion "has ceascdi
But as propagation of'planls and ani
mals still continues for tho , peopling of
earth, likewise, u spcei.nl illumination,
iu atitwcr to prayer, continues for ''the
benefit of the church. Creation i fin
isbed, as touching our woi Id, , but prop
agation goes on. In the samo way, 1
may say, revelation has ended, but spe
cial illumination ft ill occurs. And not
unfrefjueutly during my late sickness
hao I lelt this special illumination
with a vividnes.. of lil'.i.
7. In such season. J have had
glimpses into the spirit of the Biblu
that erved to comfort my soul unspeak
ably. As person who behold nature
from an unscientific standpoint cannot
obtain a full grat-p of the thing around
them, even iu like manner, thosu who
cannot n through the literal fense.of
the Bible into thu spiritual itieauinir. do
not got the lull blessing that revelation
is calculated and adapted to iiniiatt.
Natiue is perfect iu bur relations i
so is levelaliou. Neither can
bo improved ; for both are per
fect j so that the litcr.il uud
external may serve as vessels for the
pintual nnd internal.
8. As I so ofien notice divine truths
concealed iu material form in the vol
ume of nature. I cau reidi'v bulievo
that the volume of God, the Bible, has
spiritual aud celestial imimrt under
neath nnd analogically interwoven
through its historical aud uraiuinatical
sense. It is historically true ; it is
I). Kverv truth is received bv spe
cial illumination : but such illumina
tion makes no increase iu the amount
of revealed truth itself. Neither lis it
ever made anv such increase. It onlv
afford a more ditinct apnrehcn-ion of
what already exists : but it makes no
addition to revelation iu anv re.-nect
10. My religion i a matter of care
ful investigation and personal experi
ence. The human understanding
does not exhaust Bible truth.
and cannot. A cup dipped into the
river brings out more or less water, ac
cording to its capacity or tnea-ure ; yet
nobody would insist that it was hin
dered in tho amount of fluid dipped up
by any limit of supply on the part of
tne ttrcaiu, but only by its own limit.
.sa nf mv iMf-ntnl niiiipJlr Tlio p.cn 5a
"V ,..v. "
the me. When I apply my mind to
the holy Bible, I may draw out or ap
propriate more or less fpiritually, ac
cording to the capability or conditiou
of my own mind ; but I am not hiu-
of truth there revealed, because it is it
silf infinite. So individually and col
lectively, the Christian world may goon
to learn more aud more of Bible truth
from age to ago, by tho special ilium
iuation of the Holy Ghost.
AROUND ABOUT CAIRO.
U.vit. County The reii.lunca uud fur-
nlturoof Mr. O. O. lirowu, county c-iin-
mliiionur, wki rfcceritly JtV.roye.l by fire.
Tt.e bu w over h tliuucutjil doll.ri.
A week ago yciKnl.y lliu prepect
for fruit In I'niou county wure gooJ. Au
ez.inlnation yesturd.y would prolatily
bkvti tulJ a ditlercnt title.
Tho ilusJ body of an infnnt wai fournl,
a lew days sgo, in a fluid in tho win', end
o lliu town of Jonotboro. Tbo alTalr hui
creatoJ eouildorsble eicitomtnt in Junn
born. An inqucit w. beld upn tlia
Ixidy, but mi UuU tending to criminate
any loily, wru elieitul.
Tlio Jono.lxiro '-(taztttu" of j titurday
On Sedlud6y Inst Tbomai W. I illln
ton and ifr, ami Mt doiK-litHr K.liiIh
Litllulon, wuru KrnntiiJ and Uken beforo
Km. llnniul lllleinan fur liur Urn In ft i nv.
aioinatiun on a cbura of murdiir. ili.i
Fannin Littleton wa ruiplclonod as I.eiriK
tl,it iiiotbur of a docketed tbild. Tlioro
V(a a number of witnoMei on botb lidut
of tho ciio. Jajknon Frick. Km . Droocu-
ting attorney ofthii county, apputrcl for
Uio peopln, and Oov. Dougherty arid Col.
H. 11. Townei conduetml the dufeme. The
cnargH wm not u,tnirjo.l by thu uvideneu
Hi to T. V. Littlntnn i.ii.I hi. ...rr ....I
. ui. "III. n.iu
tlmy wi.rn hCiUitul bv tho court. Thft
trial of Fannie Mulrtoa contlnuod
unui o ocioric ynstordny afirrn)n, for
bunrinir thu cloilii.. .nr...,.i.a. i .v, ... ...
cution and .lafoiu,, ; ftnil ai thm hour U af.
" "ur uiiiu uir (joini; to iireii, wo are
... H,,u ,UD uovniun in me court,
A mild iort of temperance cruiaio U
proyrPMlng in .ionoiboro. A tomperaneo
'" ing iiheld flvory woek, and lat
lueidttv, acoinmlttuo oriadie vlWt.kl all
tho ,h1ooo, 0f Ulfl t0Wll nnJ lj(jM 11()(r
''t eonver.atlon- with tho proprietor,
i li younS folk, of the pi,lt ,livu 0
.ed a ..young folk,, temperance anocla
thm" ai.d bold weekly meeting!.
-Mr.Charlo, V. WllUrd and .Ml.. Fl
nio , llford, both of L'nion county, wuro
married on the fith Intt.
Boot & Shoe
Commercial Avenue, '
lletweni Tenth imd Klevcih sirccL,
CAIUO, I M.S.,
I'rciiarcil I till nnlrrs wllhom ,i,.i-v
Inllusallue ntnek ol lini)rh- h-a I r ?.I
liainl, jiibt rti elved IromXew Vi iL- i i '
Put .lo hi, ,.,', !r0 ,uJ,oVv "I'uorjn".
R,'SMYTH & CO. x
m f -
No. f)0 Ohio' Levee,
NEW LIVERY STABLE
MILLS IV l'AltKKil, l'lopihtor.
T nlli strut, between Walnut ainl Wa.li-
Iluvlngureli:ieiltlie entire Hock. SMhle,
llor-i-, larilaifts, llii(fKl-, etc.. ot llr
I'li'lil, ninl mlileil heverjl new "turnouts,"
Mr. r.irl.er now Invites till M irlinil", obi
.ml I..H1- hi u'.ntnl UiLlL. II... ... li ...l.t..
sii nun, in i. mhiii .autllU IimU". lflllIU
irrilnu'K( itrl uck, or anything cln In M
II.... I.. Hln I.I... . ...II ' lit 1.11.-
II in. : iu ft. 1 1 V 1 1 1 ill it til II l Ill
BEMIS, BRO. &, CO.
-u. r.vr-i l ot:
1IOMK CO'ITON .MILL1-',
HO Ohio Levto, - Cairo, III-.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
OF AM. KINDS HAM AND BOl'T,
Keep roM-tanlly fiiilnlnl
.Mill and Vard
Conner ."Ith .Street
and Ohio J.eveo.
B. F. PARKER,
(Sncce:5or to l'arker Jc Blake.".
PAINTS & OILS,
Kroi.' Uulldir.g, 11th St. A: Comercial A v.
MRS. L. T. BRIGGS,
o-'urt ewirto liilllln- and ISrif
Couiui('ta:i:il Avf., bet., !.th and lOlli SN.
---4.2-Im. CAIHO, H.I.I..
C. H. WHEELER,
r00D AND COAL
OITIU: AND AIM),
10th St. let. WaahiiigtoD & Comuurcial Ave.
A largo nii.ly of l'ltl-huri; aud His
Muddy eual euiitantly on hainl, Htovo
uod hawed ta order. Drdr fur tieul or
wood thould he loft ut thu utlkit on Tenth
Urcut. '1'crui-i, cali on delivery.
ATKNtT0N BAG BLALKHrf.
SPINNING I'AI'EU STOCK CO.,
Ill Clichlnut Sirecl,
hi'. 1.(1 TIN. MO.
I'AY THK HKillLST CASH I'lllt'KS,
7 cl. por Hi fur 80ft Woolen.
;i etc. pur tb fur Wool Carpet.
1 cu. per lb fur Wool Blanket!.
- 1-1 ctt. por lh lor Old Cloth.
Want Cotton Hags Old Hook and
Waito l'aper. 166 a.'Jl-Sw.
.Sollce I- hereh) j,'U,. that on Tllil.iy tint
'JUtiliiy of April. A. D., 1874, 11 1,'eneial
eleellon will bu held in thu elty of Olro, At-i-vaiidei-
enmity, tato of lllliiol,lnr trie
eleullon or tlm li.lhnvlii.' named ujiuleliial
olllciTK, to-wll A elty clerk, a eity tle.ib.
urer, n eltv itttoriiiiy, (,nu iihlurmiu Irom
earn unl, fur the term ol two y.'au, unit
aldermau fi-niii tint Krt Waiil, til till tlm
vaejnoy called hy tun removal i lilr.un
I Uhy limn tlm eltv, and, one ahlenianlroiii
thu Heeonil Ward, tn the vue.inef eall-eil
hy the relKiMthin of Wood Kltlunlimse.
tor the purpo.i ) ..I . eleellon 00IU will
hi; opened, at ihe fullovv lut; namcilpke-i, to
wit: In thiHr.t Ward, at lliu eoi-miMnn
hotiJoof K. K D.ih, on tho murti klde of
il.th Hreet between Omimeivlalaid Wrn.li
Injiton avenue j Iu tlm Second Ward, at lliu
,m ''fly n(,'in- houci In thu
I hi 1. 1 N ard. ut thu lllhenilaneillelnilbe;
In thu l ourtli Ward, nt tlm Couit Hon-u;
iui. In tlm Klllh Ward, at tho houw ol .Mr-.
Mlllivan, 011 the uortli-vvoit eormr of Com
merelal uyenno uud 'rwenty-lllth flp-ut.
fsald eleitioii , opened at elht
o eloeK In tlm mornlnc, ami eonlUuo otien
iinillaeveno'cloik iu tho aft 111011 id that
liy order of thu i lly Coum.
. , ?li llowi.i.v, I'ityi'lerk.
Caiiio, 111,. Maieh 'M. 1071. liMi-a.-ji.aut
UX.lt. VHVATfc AMKMV1.
lullll IJ, Il.tlllJII. . CllM.TIi9!,
f J.- Q. HARMAN &. CO.
4apw- . I
COLL KOTO UK.
Atnl Land AKrn1.nl llie lllliioN (Vlitrul rtii.l
llllilliKiliiii :iinl .MI-xiiiiI I!. It. (.'ol.
North for. S'ixlh and Ohio Leveo,
C. WINSTON & CO,
Heal Estate .Adonis,"
71 Ouio Lkvki:, (.Second Floor,)
liny ami Sell ni:.l. INTATi:. I'ny TAXI:-,
! llrlllMlCK AlllllMI l III l ine.
Htrlainl Cuiiiiiil loii( r.
Aii. I llialer in
KlIIIITIl MThKRT. 1IKT. W.VSIll.NOTOll AMI
CuMMChciAl. AVK,Hdjuihiii(; liniiiiy .
Kri'p tilt- bet nf Href, l'nrl,.M I'Dr.l
I.uiiib, aw-avi', rti'., mid M Hi'mi.'
frit- luniilli'- In a :uTi'itahle 111:1111101.
And Drnlrr-i 111
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
Of every ili-criptlnii,
Cor. llllh Street ami Coniiiier i:il Av. niii'.
.Next dour tn the Ilyluud Nilooii.
( 'A 1 1!0, Il.I.INol.H.
JAS. KYN ASTON,
Ainl Di-aler III
ALL KINDS OF FKKSII Jl HATS
Near Cor. Twentieth .Strott and
KNTKRPRlri K 'A A V Nt l W
tiu ra Unfit at, i-ev
a. 8. TAYLiJlt, Vlr.6.i'roJdoiit;
li. U YHI.OI-. Haur-.t.ry and If
f;.hiiui, uii. Mui4i
f. U. tMuuariat u, frL II. bvukd,
K. U. Oo-i.lu. (I. I', ll.u...
J. 1. PuiLUrt,
DcaiAiUtU "I mi y AiuuhiiI Hmln Iruu.
xra uwu UfMiirtih
rNTKKKflT (.aid au duficulln HIU rU oX
j. paroeoi. priuiDum, Maroa l! T1 hpuui'
tt lnl. lotrfifet Iiul wllh.lrfcvn In lUirr...
tlaUlj to ll.s pric:lp4l of Itm .l-iullt, uoi-ti
ai'inic luma cooipoiiiii luuirujl.
UAaHlBU WOUKif XNlJOIIIf.LihU.1- .Vlll
0 TBiT 0 OKI IUI C I k. V If.
Opa try tulD. daj from t.ic in b (.n...
omturuj njfr.au tor nayi.lli I'-.l'i-ll II
uUfi iruw 1 10 io clocK.
uQ W. llTril.nf. Tf.-iirn
T a K OI 'V Y N A'" I (7na f 7
Wi f. 1UL1.IIUV, t04Usui.
UKNIlT L. if ALLID1T, Vioa-r'(fc.!-..a.
A. U.tilflfOUl), O'VbUr;
VfkLllta MYrlLOP. l.-u.l.l C,t.ier
HliiTTiU)3, iiOIIKT II. OtVNIH.ll.ill
Huh U. HiLiiUi j, w. I IUuiu4Y.
8aj. It. Wiuuaiua, bTr.in hiub
A. U. HillOLl..
Usntiiurt oln mill liu,i mi.xp.
Honda JWiiiaThi riol.l.
UKI'OHnx raoalTSil, an.1 tubial t.ntii.
FIRST NATIONAL HANK
' II A I S
It. W. Mll.l.Kli, l'lodlilent.
J. U. I'lll i ll'd, Vl.!-I'ruldaiil,
Crud. C'uni.'ihuium, (Uehlur,
'JOI.LKUTIOHH FUOMITI.V M.ililt
fjlXUIUMIK, ooln, I.1111I1 ontHH ivnl Dull...
'j Htto iroi.rU'f a bauitlit anil noi l,
! AIIuwm . 'Until li.ill
NKW VOHK H-i'UillC,
WHOLKHALIO AND H1CTA1L,
j.Auonnr vAuiarv ctook iw thk cirv
OUUUUUUIjU VKKY Ol.OHK.
fiornar at Mlaauwutb alrul hhU iuu
0. O. I'ATUCU 1
:DIl1 - A.I
ClictniouN, J'alcnt '.MoliciiK'.4,
i oiiclt ArticlcH, JjnitrKst'fi l-aiu'V tjoodf, CoIMor White
head and Oilier tirades, Taints, Colors, Oil.1!, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax L'lower .Material, Tube Colors, Dye
fSt nil's, Kit-., KU, l:te.
We .S.ilu lt cvriiitonii,uut and or.lei' Irom Pr.i . l-l. t'hv rli-Uiii. and Oeticral .Sturci
Iu want ol lino. I-in our Line, .hteitulriat.
llni or 1.1 nili il Willi in 11 11. it ini,- ai iu-
71 'Illln l.evec.
li lc tit- ninl
FRENCH AND QRNAMEN
FLOWEHS, L HAVES COMl'AKEJ) HANDS, 11UIDES
Ami Fvi-rj tiling Pertaining to Coiifeclioiiir. Oruauioutal Ooods,
m 172 WASHINCtTOIT avenue,
CAIRO, - - - - ILLIIVIOIS.
(between 10th and IUIish.j
Orders from Abroad will rcccivr Pioinjit Attention Festival, and 1'ic-nicJ
I'm ni lied at Htduecd Price?.
(Lato IVoprieter of tb" M, Nicbulas Hotel)
Has beeouie S'liperintend.'iit of llie
I) II 111 II
CORNEH &IXTJI STREET AND OHIO LEVEE.
n,,.: y',Uk!lT ,'avi,l'B ,akc" rh:ir-' "r,,,is 01,1 n'"1 oll-knoun bouse, will at
ion ,m , iu N 10 wpi ' rc"?lV",n. ' It it hi Hrat-chM order for the rcce,,
10 1 g ue.,tH Mr. Walker will vvelco.no hi, old eu.to.ner., to the new houte. and
:i''ii'st-ola.ss Day Hoard $20 por Month.
HAEEY WALKEE, Supt.
SO Ohio Levee - - CfAIBO, ILLS.
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor.
The l'bnitei-'rt llotwo is located on Ohio Leveo Street iu
OLOSlUVJiOXUflTV TO IiATLROAP DE
.POTK A iYO WVVi A M B OT L A A D TISTG S
And in the LVnter of the HiiHiiion.s IVmiun of the Oily. Tho Homo is new
and complete in all itii nppointiimulM. 'J'liu ronms, ale larj;e and airy, besides
bi'iiifr elepititly fariiiHhed mid earpuled. UiicIm will - u-eeivo courteous treat
ment and the best of aecommodatiouH.
Transient Guosls.2 per Day. D.nyiojinloraS20 por Month.
A Trusty Waich'for Trains
Tcrfuincry, Soaps, Brushes,
I'l mt Hlo'i an. I Kumlly .Mi-ilMne nn linn-
IIKTA1I. &. rilK'CIHPTION,
WaMilii'toii Arc. cor. lllfhlli St.
lUtjil lit alt rs iu Fine
and Boats Day ana Night,