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April 3.10:11 ft
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tar. 67 darrae.
M8, W. Velocity iui
VmHw. rlrr. u e r
taaaaratur tor tbj ls
n!nU wtad for lut M w
KJTwSbw of mile. tfT.
MwST iMtM fcoow , 284, 1
"" EDU (XI
okMrrtr 8ml st; oo
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InvarMW in a.ivuni c.
Mr-art la mnllrr nn vxcry iiik.
Kr.w 0m.r.ANs lias locn fcriously
threatened willi nflood.and in recount
ing tlie trouble witb which the city
hns contended for years jiaM the 'Times'
says, "Affliction is enamored of her
parts and idio is wedded to calamity."
The chinch bug lias commenced its
onward march again. The agricul
tural heartUs con.eiiirnlly had. The
ui!laturc of Illinois', anxious as it was
legislate out of existence all the evils
tliat nfllict the farmer., neglected to
enact "A Hill for an Act to Kxtcrinin
ate Chinch Dugs." This forgetfulness
should blat the members of that body
and rctirctlicm from the public gaze.
that there i.i no rcsinin for the contin
uance of (ho present political parties of
this country. There no (ticsliou
upon which tho democratic party w a
unit; and there nvo, few. rTcnions oil
which the republican party can continue
to present it solid front; There ought
la bo a new shuffle of the political carJs
and a new deal.
THK OPPOSITION CAXDII'ATIi.
A "commbsioncr" of the Chicago
Tribnno' has bliohrporninbitlatirifc the
State looking into the different congres
sional dbdrich and making .tirnii'0
about the probable candidates. He did
not visit the eighteenth district, or olsc
he would not have written about it na.
This district i composed of Jl.iu-
doljih, Puny, .Taeksoii, Union, William
sou, .lob n-oi i. Pope, Massau, Pulaski
and Alexander counties ; and
Tin: iion. Isaac n.r.MKNTs.
John Logan's "Ike" is to the foie
in Washington in it behalf. I lo want
to no back nuiiiii. lli was oleelcd by
accident, on account of a falling out
among the oppo-ition. Mr. Inscore, ol
Union, a republican, who was elected
as the minority lopie-entativc of this
district, would make as good n raVo as
Clements, and probably as good a con
gressman, lie is a republican to the
backbone, believes in tho "glorious
past" of the parly, and is not without
hope that, nn tho strength of that same
'glorious pat," it can Fond him to con
gress. The opposition, whatever form it as
sumes, will select John Oberly, of
Cairo, or Ir. CVey, ol .Mound City.
is very popular, a genial wltolu-pou led
being, and talented. Sometimes he
i if cs to brilliancy. Ho has duvoined
ii i i . i i ; . .
an k i ti ii:4 oi reading, nnu is a iiium en
tertaining talker in public and private.
Ho is editor and proprietor of the
Cairo 'Bulletin,' and can light his cor
ner against any man. Ilo beliows the
doinocratie party is very dead, and has
thought so lor a long time. His influ
ence is felt in his section of tho .Stale.
is another of tho Casey family, and,
like all of them, was born a politician.
Ho fnherited his tasto for politics. All
the-family, with perhaps one exception,
have funned in public lile. Ilu is a
vliole-soulcd.- I'oiitlcmau, hosiiitabl
ami l'cnerous, makes low HPceehes,
but thinks a good deal, and exhibits
his ability in a quiet, unassuming way
He thinks democracy is played out
I'lltcen Kiicccssive terms he lias neen
mayor ol Mound City, the people uloot-
iug biui frequently in opposition to bis
xislics. Uberly will not iiiu it tafoy
aai. tuba, ate., ale. If you want ttae'u. but will bo for Casey. In all
weed atevat, buy tht "ChatUr OaV ; tha'iity, C.ney will bo tho eandi
baai coal atove, buy the "May Flowor."
AA. 1i J1
- , . oppo-ition, whatever Turin it
To Skit. The brick homo litunted ' 1 ,
.i.ai knit rVimmnrMitl ava- 1 J '
gvnir am( "u. " . . . r -.1 r 1
Tbt bouta hat bean put in good re.y,l:"u lur ''
The amiable Mrs. "S. J. S.," of the
Cairo 'Gazette,' indignantly denounces
a geutlcman The Hrt.i.r.Tix had sug
gested as an eligible eaudiito for a
city office. The gentleman had visited
a colored Sunday school, had talked to
tho little colored children about the
J.ord, and referred to "Broil Dird,"
"Hrother Gladncy" and "Hro'tlicr Wil
liams." The madiimo docs not mcii
tiou the name of rlio geutlemnnbut in
forms us that he is a blondo and has
been a democrat all his life. This is
really horriblo ! A blonde democrat
visiting a negro Sunday school and dis
coursing about! tho Lord is n wonder
and a mystery. Democrats, to main
tain a position in the party, should al
low small and largu niggers to go to
hell. Anxiety for the welfare of the
ihcr temporal or spiritual, is
atevet,UB and Hollow -
pair throughout aod ii well arranged for
a hotel or bearding houio, alto roomi 10
rest on Third dreot. Jnqutro ol "Yia.
MoHale, Mo. 0, Winter's block.
r Cairo, or Dr. CasCy, ol
nl?. Mr. Oberly is nut. is the
, eorrespondunt assorts, very
i-3-tf r '''is district. On tlic con-
he i (inito the reverse. He has
thing wanted is not secured. The- fa
vorite candidate of this county is Mr.
HaHr.cll, a very active and able man.
He is anxious to ho nomiualed, and
will labor assiduously to that end ; and,
hoiiiir iiouiinaled.will light valliantly to
'ceure success. At wo contemplate tho
situation now, Mr. llarlzcll's chances
for the opposition nomination nr5 bet
tor than those of any other person who
has huen named.
niiirniAM voiino puupauixo
FOI! I'M til IT.
I'ioiii Hi i At'ant.i C(iiiitltutln:i
The propliut forsccs, it is holiovcd,
tho overthrow of his spiritual kingdom
if licr.'iiinius where he is; nml tlioold man
prudent has concocted a scheme that is
intended to placu in his hands all the
worldly possessions of his deluded fol
lowers. The very plan U considered
in Salt Lake a confession of weakness,
of approaching dissolution, hi ought
about by constant contact with otitilc
knowledge and cuiminy. Hrighalu
knows that Mormoni.-iin eau only be
perpetuated by a removal to some re
mole gaidenspot of the great continent,
and lie is preparing lor tho coming
The now scheme is called tho Order
lf KihiaIi ll -vu in l'. t. tin!
milium m're iirv iuiit-u iijkiii iv inaiu
the new departiiro for tho sako of the
church. Tins prophet roes further than
the bible, aud assures tbein that not
only" Hunch, but the "City of Hnoeh '
entire was taken up to Cod. This,s.iya
liriLMiam, Wasau especial lavor grauled
to tho Knochitos, liccausc ol" their su
perabundance of godline.-s. To attain
to the irotllinesi 1 l.noch, it i uecet.
rtiry to deed all nl one"s property in
trust to the tru. tee nl thu Utter day
saints that is, to nrighuiu.
When a man thus impoverished biui
'elf he is appointed a steward of the
church, anil a member ol tho Order ol
r.uoch. 1 Ins stowanlMim, as expoun
led by tho pro'ihet, is in it:elf pecu
ir. Tho I'.nochito must act where
thu church that is, llrighaiii, dictates
Ilo may be appointed to cultivatu bis
own farm , or ho may bo established on
his neighbor's. I he prolits m every
caRO belong not to the rtewaid, but to
the Church of the Latter Day h'aints
hero the stewanls shall lire, what
they shall do, and how they shall do it
are matters to he ileculeil hy thu iMor
Tho prophet did not inaugurate thi
transparent scheme in Salt Lake, but
he beirau lar back in tho country
where his ignorant followers absolutely
reveic him as an emissary of the most
high ('Oil. nil through the rural uis
triets the people are adopting the dc
ludve scheme of the wicked old plot
tor. As soon as tho country is tho
roughly Knochizcd it is believed that
llrigham will forco his followers in
Salt Lake to swallow the translation
pill. The result in tho city is not
however, very certain, for tho numerous
ucntiioj lull.-, in .s.i it jjakc, without re
strain!, and not a few will bo likely to
hcsitato long and deep hatoie they give
up their corner lots and storehouses
and catllu for teats in llrlgham's heav
Milk WaOon. 1 will commance run
nine ft miMc wagon on Monday morning ,1s among tho republicans, and
February 'ii. 1 will contlnuo it all uru.ong the gentlemen who shape
mar, and reipoctfully solicit your pat'poiit.y aj jclatu the nominations
a,.. KIIK will uq aomercu .u au, . .,.,,:,: j,, tllijJ ,)art of tlC
.4 J.ll Mnnl n( .ii,!, 4- I a a
R, SMYTH CO.
No. 50 Ohio Levee,
B. F'. PARKER,
(Successor to Parker k Illake.)
AINTS & OILS,
:a hn isi iks,
II It! IS II IiS,
WIN DOW SUADKS,
And (lie I'l tchrated illumlu.ililiy
l!ro lluiMiiig, 1 1th yt. A; Cmiotciil Av.
3N'EW livery stable
r-'au ui'i T
KAI. KNTAT1'. AtiKHO.
uhn g. Jltmian, fl.M.lliorii.
J. q: harman &. co.
1I01TSK AC? KNTS;
And Laud Affentn( the llllnn! (Vntr.ll and
iiiiiliiiiPu ami .MK-oiirl 1!. it, co.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Loyeo,
' CAIRO, ILLS.
.MILLS W I'AIlKLit, Pioni-lelor.
IVnlli Street, liptwc n U'aluut mid W.Tdi
ll,'ilh'MHUcli;i'-rdl!io flit ire itock, St.dile
Horrid, i uriliih'''". l.UKlo1, ric, oi IT
I'li'lil. iiinl in 1 1 ii . I H'cimI nfiiV "lliriidlits .'
Mr. I'itrl:nr now Invites nil Ills Irldids old
mi iiuw. In V:iiilnl NaildlD lliirt-us. Donlilo
or Shmlo L'.in hiKus. or auytlilii el.e in Ids
line, in eivn nun a ran, i it is-iiii
C. H. WHEELER,
in ii.r.i: in
r00D AND COAT
1)11 K i; AND YAliP,
101U SI. hit Washiuglon & ComniTcial Ave
A large wipply ol I'itUlmi e, mid Ills
flll.liiv mil I'.ni-innnv mi iiiiini, mot
,vood t.iwed In nr.lcr. Ordurn lor eeal or
wood tliould liu lu!t nt tlei oliii'ii on Tcrilli
ftritct. Tetiai, (.null mi dcllx'ry.
ATTI'NTION' P.AC DILVMM'.S
1 II K
in the elty, dally morning anixf-
Ordera nay be gl?an to les tuo
wagoa or left at n&f-110rii,crn
!!SlJ3yC'ptain Hall and in which
it had proceeded up to 82 and 10 min.
Captain Tyson differs from this view,
aud thinks that tho ship had at least
one opportunity to got north through
thu ohanuel, and that there was also an
excellent opportunity to accomplish
something by laud. travel. Thero wero
plenty of good dog3 and two good L's
(picinaux drivers. "But," says Cap
Tiop, "lKsyond thirty-ouo miles
ship lay, nothing
T tartirhiu, JIr. Myers
Klghtk atreet , 1U3k ox
wti.J.Oeorf82C) 9. north
k u.aw of white mcu has
Jcu.". Captain Morton, who
. ..do three aretio voyages, the last
ouu with Captain Hall, oxprcssoH the
firm conviction that the North l'olo
Can be reached by tho route taken by
the Polaris, and that it can bo accom
plished by two vessels, properly equip
ped aud manned and conducted by a
competeut and resolute leader.
TLo financial otuisfiou bnr""i.r!-n.
a division among tho radicals that
threaten! tho destruction of tho party.
One fa$on,Mes ifi, tho ioflation of tho
ourreucy the ruin of tho qouutry, and
thu other faction professes to believe
that inflation will revive business and
make tbexountry moro prosperous than
U has over been. Between thetc factions
there exfeU the most intonso bitterness.
It tup democratic party tho financial
(mention hjU alBO created much excite
ment. and has divided the organization
""iuto two faotipns. The faction that
ehouted for Pendleton and greenbacks
is now demanding lnflutioiiojiilo the
.Hate. Theje is not ono of them who
would not sooner have Clements go
back to congress than tolerate tho nom
ination of Oberly for the position.
Another thing. This man Oberly has
no more of tho ability of au election
ccrer than Wall has ; and, nominated,
he would soon be lost in tho woods.
Ilttliiight, being pricked to it by fool
ish anger, light stubbornly before the
pcopla, but in tho tactics of "beating
tho bush," "still hunting," Clement
could discount him. And more than
this. Ho has had no disposition to bo
conic a candidate for any office. No
person ever heard him say that ho pro
poacd to become a candidate for con
gresH not his most intimate personal
friends, lie knows his candidacy
would create a storm of opposition
that a fierce battle would ensuo, in
which he would bo compelled to do
most of his own lighting, and that ho
would bo compelled to light not tho re
publicans alone but ery influential
men of his own party tho men of the
opposition who have for a long time
controlled it and who will continue for
a long time to do to or precipitate it
into deleut. Oberly could not bo limn
I 'vowing oowl jrnj)roj polon '.
Hftc'iiTt nWishodlo be, and is nut, in
the opinion of Tin: 15i:M.K'nN, an
Dr. Newton 11. Casey would do bet
..... . ..,..-
tcr. Ho is "not an oraior as nruius
is," but ho has all tho elements of u
successful politician. Ho can beat tho
bush and still limit ? At thepo essen
tial diversions of a political campaign
he is one of the greatest of Hieoonses.
lles'ules ho has a bo.-t of personal
fricudi and but few pcixnnal enemies
He w)uld, wo have no doubt, poll thu
full itreugth ol his party.
But, it is our opinion, the coming
V.. ...I V....-U., !. il.la ...... .r.C .1...
w i mull "JU.s UUb luniuu ! nun I'tiitui IIIU
'listriff, uuless, indeed, cither .ludgo
33 TJ O X-Z3E3
And Dealer In
'iiiimi Stkkrt. iiet. "Washington aki
CoMUKiii'iAi.,AvK.ii(ljolning Mutiny 'p.
Keeps tlnilie-1 of lieef. rork,Milt'oii
audi, all-a:.'!'. ele and Is prepare
one families hi a ueeeptablo manner.
HYLAND & SAUR,
And Dealers in
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
Cor. inih street and Commerdul Aeime,"
.Net tiniir to llie iiyiauu aionii,
Caiud, ll UXOIS.
JAS. KYN ASTON,
And Dealer III
ALL KINDS OF I'll KS 1 1 .M HATS
IJntr (!ur. Twentieth .Strost and
If! Chcsliiut Street,
C. WINSTON & CO,
vo:il Esltitc Agents,
ATTCrP I OKEE IIS,
71 Onto Li:vi:i:, (Second Ploor,)
:uy mid i ll ItCAL IXPATt:. l'.iv TAXI.
i- iirm-lics Ainlrni t or rltle.
K?IT Kill' ItlcinJ HA V I N( Jk
hi a. iNf tr..
Ilu ml itnli III, !'
tJlTV NATIONAL II A NIC, OA IK1
A. It, SAITOItl). rro-ldent;
il. H. TA Yt.tJlt, VIce-lTaeldont;
II. UVMI.or, HuareUrr And I'UNniru
1. 11. Hi hum, luir, (Uliauvit
r. ll.UTJ,CrLTII, ACLll.t M'.tl,
K. II. Orlnu,iJ, 11. ;. Ilnin 11
j. a. I'Mit.t.iM.
I)('(i,(it i l tiujr Atiioiint iiloilIri'i
Tmi. (;( liirr.ri'ii.
f N'l'y.UKJST pti t mi .!,.,., !.!(( .1 tno rut.. n l
X. PorcKin. p,'r MiQlim, Alnran irinnn npi,.tn
c,r lil, Inlcnut mil "ilticjr.iun l ..J.I., 1 ltrr....
lutein tiitlr iru,ol(Al of I1,b ...(. oUi, 11 i.ii.l
KifiliK tlicm oompouail lutrriM.
MAHRIb.ll WIIHSS AN1I OlltMIM!,' T
All TU1T Ml O.'h ttfl 01S HPAW t.
(lilonotory Iiiihiiiv J) ftiim '.a flu
taa Mwircijf ,nc lor iuvi.mi ik ;-ii
cul r, from 4 ton i rlMK.
iiuii W. llrHl.ol'. Fir
THK CITY NArnTON'Al.
uMiiir.iNAl.li A VM lit'
BilRiW BX1 OTHERS
I f It Atn mwl Pni 1 1 Art nV
ChtMnicnls, l'atoiiL ATcdicincs, TiM't'iiinory, Soaps, Inisliosf
I oikML Articles, JJnisist's l'aiicy (UhkIp, Cullior Miiu.'
I.i'.-ul mid Other ( initios, Paints, Clors, Oil?, A'arnishos,
Window Ciln.f, Wnx Flower .Alatorial, Tube Colors, Dyo
StutlV, I-:tc, .Kt(. Ulu.
W'p Kolli-il eorivnimndi-iicB tin, I tinii r- Irmu Dnii;irl"t", I'liVfli Hiis nml (ii iicr.il Klorcf
in hhiiI "I (liie.N in uur l.iuu. teamliu:it. I'UnUilou ami Kaiuily .Medicine easei lurn
I -1 1 or V' nil, d Willi licll ible Drills xl l!i ieiiial,lc Unit s.
t!WIII)I.i:S.l,K vS: KkTAII., liKTAIL & YM; CRirTION,
71 Ohio Loire. Washington Ac. cor. Lihtli SI.
Who!' -il 'H.ilINt Id'inr inline
FLOWEIW, LKAVliS CO.M TA1VED IAI'DS, JJllIDES
ST. l.dl'IS, .110. V
PAY Till: llKJIILST CASH I'KHT.S,
7 cts. per 111 for Soft 'Woolen.
T ele. por Hi for Wool Cnrpnt.
1 3-1 et. pur lb for Wu.d llUnketa.
'i 1-1 eta. por 10 for Old Cloth.
I A ILO US' CLIPPINGS
"Want Cotlon lli Old liool: nnd
"Wnsto l'nper. li.'i-n.'Jl-Ow.
wi t. lui.binir, I'n .iii..ii
illlisllr .. KAl.l,IIU7. Vi-l'iaIJ.
viL'Vtttl HHI.OI'. M'lu lHtUUf .
Hrmn'l'iTlJia, Itnitnr It, OfM-iio
II uur I,.1Ullii,ay, V. P. Hliunw,
likt, 11. Hli.inawi., httrxttn lui
A. 11. uizroaii.
Itreliimcr, Ooln an.l t 'till--J Mm.
lintutu ikiiicfit ivnl liuli'.
And Mverylliiii'j lVrhinin to Confi4lncr- Ornamental Coods,
FINE AllLLLNEUY GOODS
rill'.SII Sltl.l (1UIMIH
r.l ll S . M . JACKSON,
(Kormcrly MrB. ywandcrs,)
annnunees thut hIio Iiuh jutt; openod n brp,
(.iortment ol tli ii
Jillllinory (looilH to lie loiinit in tlio unrl;ct
Slio will keep on hnud
Hatk, Hon.nkt.s, I'l.owy.r.s, Kiiuiokh,
UltKSH 1 T.IMM1N0S 0 ALU 1VINHH,
l.APIKrt KUIIWIHIIIKO Oooiif, NOTIONH,
COI.I.AUH, U.VIiKHHr.KI'.VKH, ItUKKS,
And Ml L'ondK t'nuiid In millinery Htoren, nil
ol wlileh will bo ilUpuvQii nl ut tlio lowest
cat-n pnci's, .Mrs. ,i.ickinn revpcclnilly
l;3:i ciintiminttoii of tlio piitiioiiuo willed
bus lieen k llli' iiilly lieiitfowoit upon Imr lv
tlio l:uluH 01 Cairn 1111U tUo li'lnitv.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
. It has. 'con vet'
And Dealer In
Now York 'World' facll'm i Jure, .u
iug the jro '-ti7ytrrn M?'" Ju,,eu "oon, in tlio event ol'
All paiaooi indanted to Kmuol M. Oi
teat, hliuuld K-curu tlio uominution
vmpromlso candidate. Randolph
trill have ut leant two cimdi
.ula1 n r at A mntkttA mt aia.ainnt i
uadaralfsed, ana lima ihvn axpamof '
M Ua collactlon of hit auU uuat twlM ,iC cli0mi- nndolp!i county
ptomfl 4 will admit of no delay. lol allow it 'ell' to bo overlooked.
4ttelt of fMjMMt at once, a ult will Utnooratio uouveiitiou it tilway
Oamo. Illf.. March 26, 1874. rreated a distiirbaucu if tlio hoiikj-
v""' 2T 8.2T.tf
Sih 7 Ohio Low, CAIKO, ILLS
qrspeelul ntlenlinii Kjvcn to emitilii-
'iniitH Hint lllllnu order. .."!:
nr. i.i:n in
Grocnrics, Provisions, Etc.,
TxTr-.. -L3.0 OlllO Ijovoo,
it is :rraT tjriTjuu
DR. HUL T 'A
oimS H1'11 'l AMI JN TAIU
lli'n oiuco und illfcpciisary lit
NO. 22 EIGHTH STIUSUT,
ii..t r'nMiinerelalnnil WaHTUIlSton nvcilUCS
it In iru.i. thu iloi'tor U ouu of thu oldCMt
pliytliilmis of the place, and hl dlplunm,
lliiit huiiKfc In liln oillou, hhowt that ho lm
been iia year 111 tne prniei'i'iuii. jiu ik uuimj
m l.irirnr nn I'll iiriiunt'n inuii aiiv uiuui inn
wlc'lan, treuthi all kinds of chronic dl.ieai-eH
01 tlio UUUiailHJ-MPIll, MICH "1 "1U till.' .r, 1.1111
all Ulscunch of llm nkln, liiiuiors and blood
ihiIioIIh; also Uli-cai! 01 iu wiruut, mm
!,, ll ..... ..1 nf VA.r. ktfTIll 111. ,
Ull Ullll 'U.lllB Ul IIIU 11) Vn 1,.-... r..
..ij rtlili.'il i.v.ij inkprtud: llftlllil clirui
iiMtiiniit tint Hurt ni il uiiiio : caiiccri uiiiuu
i.viiin imiillciillmi nt tiii.(ltelncn. lilllpleti oil
tho face icmoted; all urinary IIIhohmii.
mired i all furuii of venereal and, private
:llHuatti ciireu lilino mnrwiM 111m, n.-iiim
weaKliem anil oeir-atiuao eureu ilu miur
ni"t 1,11 . a ..... a t ....
It in neii-oviiipnt timt a pa) mimi uniuus
cases fur twenty-two years ucipuen great
All eoiisultatlons eonlldcnticnl, h pciMin
ni l.. Ir ttMH.
' ,. . r. ..!.. I .1 nllln In ..II
IllUIIII'lliri IUlinliii'i a. ....... ... ..1,
MRS. L. T. BRIGGS,
(Wueee-Mir 10 l'hllllp.i ami llrlpn.)
D It ESSM AXING.
: Ci.umRKlal Ae., bet., Olliaud IOH Sis.
7-1-2-lui. MHO, I LI.L-
iTRST NATIONAL BANK
r ciA mo.
It. W. .MII.J.KU, 1'reMdoM.
,1. 11. I'm l.li'ri, Vle.n-l'rdiildnnt.
CHAM. CirNNINOIIAM, O'lKhicr.
OOLLKOl'ION.S riiOMl'TLY MA I) It
EXOlIAf.flK, nnln, lnk voUm nn I Uuili a
Btdtoii Hwiurlt'i'n bnuRlit and noi l.
- rrrtl itllmKi" l 'Hull' lfi'itl
NKW VrOKK STOjiIK,
WUOLKSALK AND JIKTAIL.
LAH'IINT VAMtXTY tTOOK IM TnH C1T
U001JH HOLD VKKY OLOBK.
Corner uf Slnntt'fiilti Htrt nml )
(!. O. I'ATIKI'
1T0. 172 WAOIIIW&telT ATE1TUE,
u. ut -
(between lOlli and lltlist..)
CJrdcr;j from Abroad will receive I'rotupt Attention
InniMicd nt I'tduccil rnce.-i.
l'vstivalii and l'ic nics
d.ato I'roprietrr of tlio St. Nicbohs Ilolelj
Uas become Suiicrintomlent ol tho
II 1)11! L
CORNEIl S1XTJL STREET AKPOIIIO LEVE15.
Nr. V.'alkcr lmvinj; taken charge of tliw old nnd tvoll-lrnown bouse, will at
fivo it 11 thorouph renovating, and put it in llrst-ela.s order for tlio rcceji.
i;ul'Ih. Mr. Walker will welcome Iih old customers to the new house, nod
will always bo clad to ice them.
.First-class Day Hoard $20 por Mon(l).
HABRY WALKER, gupt.
r?FMis, ono. &, OO.
HOMK COTTON .MILLS,
HO Obio J.ovcc, - Cairo, UIh.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
01' ALT. KI.VIlS, llAIlD AND Hni'T,
, v i 1 Connor it lib Street
Mill nnd Wrd.j aml 0iin j .
SO Qliio 2j CTree
Tho 1'lanler's House h located on Ohio Lereo Flrcct in
CLOSE PROXTM IT Y TO HAlTiKOAD DE
POTS AiYD.STEArBOT LANDINGS
And in tlio Center of tho l!uiucn I'orlion ol tlio City. Tho llouso i.s now
and complcto in all Hh aiiiointmenlH. Tho room, tiro lar(0 and airy, besides
beinj; oi'j;antly furniabed aud carjietod. (luesta will receive eourteoiiH treat
incut and llm best of accommodations
Transient Gnosis 2 per Day. )ay .Hoarders $20 per ATontli.
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