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SZl-ytliAY, AfRlL 21, 1871.
ttMobsl Pnpfirol Ik Oily na4 Coiinlr
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.IlilffOLOHlCllLY. Rdllor imtl'tiMtsotr
TRRM8 OPTIIK DAILY UUMACTW
Out wscsr, by cantor X
jOM.rur by omtUt, la adratie 10 00
'OJe'ycw ty ewrUr it not pild in
0vncc il 00
One inontb. by mil
nnws or irxxxLT uum.ktjn.
Invariably In advance
esullasr mistier oa rgrrr uik.
The women of Chillicotlic, III.,
kept "trateli and ward over the polla
during (lie whole of election day. The
tenipcranco ticket wn eleclod by a
7tiia1lfniaJority. ' t ,
A liArutiTKU of Charles Diileui has
recently written and published n novel
.called b'lho Mill Wheel" Viiiiou
.ojjiniouH nrc oxiiror-jod n lo llx incrM
t 'but nono of I lie crifics fociu to liclievo
tltnt the niantlo of (lie f'atlier has fallen
' on.tlio daughter.
1 VU , .
In most of the towns of Illinois the
temperance rjncntion was the only (ine
nt issuo intthe lato muuioinal elections.
ThoreWns from uixlcon towns thow
decided temperance victories in ten.
tuo officers .elect beinp; all pledged to
tlii anti-licen?o system ; in three towns
erfoubl reigns as to tlio proclivities of
tliol'aW officers, and in throo tho li
cense parly jjaiucd the day uniUCittioii
ably. On the wliolc, the tcniperanee
people came out ahead in the Stnto.
A'rEw'years ago, America sold lit
tlo inaehinory abroad, aud. none was
Eeut to Germany. Hut during tho last
. evcu years the imports of agricultural
machinery from this country into Ger
many has rapidly developed into an hn
Jfportant branch of commerce. The
chief depots are Uremcn, Hamburg "and
SteUiu. In tho year ISTIL eight thou
sand American mowers find reapers
J woro tsoldat theso centers for tho Euro
pcan markets. For the piescnt year, it
I is estimated that tbo ordors will reach
twelve thousand, representing a sum,
..approximating twelve hundred thou
sand, dollars payable to the United
States manufactories. The reason given
lor the demand lor American inachin-crjv-in'
Europe over homc-mnde, is tho
" 'Superiority of American cast iron. It
is rjxfocn per cent htrongcr tlian Jvu
glisli ni)d twenty-five per cent htrongcr
c than German cast iron.
THE PRESIDENT AN' I) TH K HO.S
TON ANTl.I ATLATl OXJS'JV.
On the fourteenth lust., iJoston held
a "great anti-inflation mass meeting" at
Fancuil Hall. At that meeting n com
mittee was appointed to wait upon
President Grant andjlay before him tho
views of tho meeting. Tho Jlon. Wil
liam Gray, chairman of the committee,
immediately upon the passage of the
fiuauco bill by the houtc of rcprc.-ctila-
lives, proceeded to Washington and
called at once upon the president. The
result of tho interview has been embod
ied iu a report by Mr. Gray, which has
been unanimously approved by tho
committee of which ho was chairman,
the other members of which woro pre
vented by circuuistancc3 from waitini:
upon the president iu company with
Mr. Gray laid before Prcbidcnt
Grant tbo resolutions and memorial of
the Fancuil Hall mccting,''reading the
paper through without interruption
from tho preoident." The conversation
which followed is, on tho part of the
President, thoroughly ohnracleiulic of
that high functionary. Whou Mr. Gray
had finished, tbo president said there
were two thiuga in the paper he did not
like the resolutions said the legal
tender acts were first declared uueou
'fitlfutional, and afterwards constitu
tional by a majority of one vote ; he
Uid not ui nit tins exactly tlio ca-u ;
tho resolutions attacked his admiuistra
tion iu saying that tho legal tender
notes tdiould liavo bcon paid with the
reserves instead of being ucd to buy up
long bonds ;'thw was the policy of his
administration, and such a resolution
was an utlack upon it which he did not
like; ho thought the policy right and
the Fancuil Hall mcetini; called it
wrong; that policy reduced the pre
mium on gold from iil per cent to 1!!
To this Mr. Gray replied that it was
the general understanding that tho cit
izens of tho United States were, at lib
erty to assemble at public moetings
,nd pass any resolutions they saw fit
and present them to tho president, ob
serving proper courtesy. Tim prei.
Heat 'reiterated that be did not lik the
cVficUaiBaUon of tho legal ten
der apM ; the country had ap
proved thorn and ho did not
think it right that tho memorialists
ahoiUi Mniur bis admiiiiifration and
then risk a favor of him. Tho chair
man's nnwer to this was that tho citi-
zens of JJoslon asked no iavor of him
they only desired tho right thing lo lie
dono. The president still dwelt upon
tho adverse criticism of his adminis
tration, until reminded by .Mr. Gray
that (his had no bearing upon the
questions at issue, which were whether
tho country was to have a fixed standard
of value, or enter upon a sea of irro
dccmablc paper nionoy ' Mr. Gray told
the president that ho should like
to nsk him one iucstion whether
it would not meet his views for eon-
gross to restrict tuo legal tenner
notes to tho limit now estab
lished by law, nnd to pass certain
acts staled by Mr. Gray, ns would give
the country nil the currency it needs, and
for which it call give security. The
president graciously answered to this,
that they were now coming toward nc
cord ; that he was not in favor of ex
pansion, but that he did not intend to
toll Mr. Gray what he nhould do with
tho finance bill. Whoti that gentle
mau informed .Mr. Grant thut he had
not asked him that question and bad
not intended to do so, this remarkable
Thy 'I'nll Mall Gazctto' piints a cu
nous statement to tho ell'ect that, in the j
event ol certain elections going ngmnst
the government, Marshal MueMnhon
would appeal to tho country with the
question: 'Docs the nation confirm
my election as president of the repub
lic for seven years? Yes or no?'' Tho
marshal entertains a hopo that the vote
would be in the affirmative, and that
with such a vote ho could afford to
summon a new assembly. Without
this suppoit a new assembly would bo
a dangerous experiment. Tho chances
are that the vote would bo largely ro
publicau, and not disposed to respect
tho will of its predecessor. Hut if the
nation- confirmed tho uiarslmlato ho
would only have to change his minis
try to suit the opinions of tho new leg
islature. If the vote of the country
were to bo advorso to tho present gov
ernment, then would como n most in
teresting question. Tho assembly
could recall Henry V., or (hero would
ben plubihuitum asking France whether
she prclerred Hourbon, Jlonarparle or
republ icau. Without some cxprcMou
from France of her confidence in the
present government it is little more
than n scandal, and wu can well under
stand the marshal's uneasiness. His
power comes from an assembly which
long s'inco lost the confidence of tho
people. It is a government without a
root. In fact, the only governments
that scorn to liavo a rot in Franco arc
tho republic and tho old nionaroii
Napoleonisui, with all ol its fuvor'ig
prospects, is only an expedient, n sya
tern based upon a man, which needs a
iVipoican to make it possible. New
1 OIK iictuiu.
' Tho ux ijuocn of KcitlUton, Kboily
Lowury, lihs bceomu Imppy .Mr C'ljuven?,
mid mi longer inournt lor" W dead Jib
purnUo. Onu Lundrod arid twenty nnwspipvr
Hnit pcrioilicitU Imvn buon f upprastiit in
l'rmico tinio Mr.e.Mnlion Lccumu norii
dont. According to a IC inioa dvciiion, but
bilid mid Wlfo cull ontur h tliow on u
llfkut rosUlnt; ' (idimt ont'." Mul
Tliulnlost victim if Albort tirnnt. llin
nlli-gud bribu-1lnr nl tlio Jlritiili purlin-
m.itit, wIki won enormous iimount in
Uno J.oclilcnr line lioon arretted in Cum
barland county, North CsrolinK, lor uuir
derine:, thruu yours ngi), two brothels
W. A Lwirg, Mirnir of Orooniboro,
orth Csrollnn, rccontly puitoned biniiolf
with Atlanta lnudniaim und whisky, but
Tho lone and ofton tearchod Tor old
Mexican sliver mim in Texas havo jut
been (llicuverod, snd men are cnHgod
in roiiponlne; tho old ihuit.
Tho l'ittibtirc 'Coinincrcial' oblccta lo
craiunlion, '-Wo imvo touiirn our living,"
ifHjs that journal, 'MLd wo don't want lo
bo eompolk'd to urn our deul."
Of their locul cnuudurs tho I.eaven
worth 'Times' fouliimly pnriinhrniioj:
''J'hiiy drink not iiellhur do thev sin. vnt
."olomon in all hi glory wr.i not a raid
liko one of thos ."
i'wonty-tlvo thoujsnd "rilln c.rtrnl Pen"
liavo been sunt from C'incinniitl to tho In
dian frontier. They were. Mil un in nlnt
llak, and are mro to kill if well shaken
"Tweedlim" thoy call It, i.nd tho her,
this timo i a blaek nmn .1. U Humbert,
troaiuror of Oraneel.nri'. S. U. Hu Tweed.
cd tho county out ol S'W.OOO, and, like thu
iio(, i9 in jhii,
Thu Western paper eliilin Nebuchad
ii(z.nr ui tho futhor of tho llrannern.
Thlt U hardly so. Adam cultivated Kden,
and Kvo early went into tho iipplo buil-
noi at a pairon ut nuibundrv.
SCAN DAI, IN 111(511 hU K,
A high life scandal Is intoreatlng Now
Y ork. Two year ago Duncan 1). Tom
pleton married Maud, daughter of Col.
Charles V. llabcoek, (Irani a privalo sec
rotary. Templeton did not L-nt lili nnr.
cnts' consont to his inarnagu,and hll fam
ily bocamo outranged from him on this no
count. Ho btcauio Inlcmperato In his
habits and his wlfo becomu estranged ttom
hlin. Her mother wtnlcd btr to jon.n to
Washington, and sho sought a divorce
from her husband preparatory to taking
this step. Hbo had been to a lawyer's of
Heototnako arrangements for a legal
separation , ani returning, her htllhalid
mot hur and began to pload with her to
return to him 8h refused and wns verv
saucy, and tlnally ld to him, in tho pros
enco or a lurgu street crowd collected
around them, that her face could gt her
mora money than ho could kWo hor. A
irionu ol nis then lapped him on tho
shoulder and said ; "You ro making a
fool of yourself. If 1 woro you 1 would
knock her down buforo spoaklng to her."
Ttmploton drow his pistol and shot his
wlfo In tho neck. Tho ball wasoxtrActul,
and after a painful illness sho rncovored.
no suit is aauit wilh Intent to kill, and
tho lino of defence is Templeton'a Insanitv.
There is plenty of evidence that Ik, w ft
and is Insane, and thoro is a good dual of
testimony uiai oiauu lias bohavou badly,
and that her mother has boon tbo chief
cause of all the trouble. The case is In
progress and is making talk.
A HAI.IlllN.K'KKI'Hll KN.IMV.-3 Till? !
To tho IMllor of the Cincinnati Knmilror,
.McArtiiur, U., April 0, 1 H7 1 I havo
been keeping a snloon and telling liquort
In this town for the pail night yoari. At
this timu 1 tin thu only mull ti o 1 1 1 n i llquori
In tbti town oxcept what I fold at tho
drun ttorci, and thu drug atoresuro tolline;
under a contract or an iicroeiuuut mado
with tho Ladles' Tcinpernticu l,eif;ue.
There woro thrco other tnloont in this
place, but they were cloied out by thu
I.adiit iiflagut. During tho iaat alxty
lx days tho ladles liavo made daily calls
uptn mo; part of tho timo they hnvo hold
prayor intetlngs in my sal on,
anil part of tho timu thoy
held their meetings on tho pave
ment in front of n.y placo ct busmen.
Often tho tlncliii; and lirnvine: vou d bo
i ontinual until a lata hour in the nliht.
L... Ik. .1 .1 I "
l n me i;,ev leu iiiiy1 inu- nnvo isepi eu-
tinols In front of my saloon, Irnm about
7 o'clock In' tbo inornlnir until about 11!
at nlgbt. During all ol thlt time 1 havo
had almost hourly conversations with thu
ladies, and in all of thu meetings Hti.l eon
venations no insulting lingungo Inn over
passed botwecn us cxconl In ones nelu in-
stance, and I will say Hint In this citin I
was to blamo, and proniimj to do batur
in timo to como. Wu have iften t-tlitt d to
gether upon the mo nnd salool wliis' y, ex
prosslng our opinions free y; though llf
fering in our opinions. Thu diiishsiiuns
havo nlwas ended in goo.i teuling on my
part, nnd i think in good fueling on ilu
purl ol the Indie. In till thu eight year
1 havo been ongagrd in tho buslr.esB 1
have ni-vor had bolter limes, or or -yed
iivk.i1 f better thnn during thn pin mw
iseli. In fact I am dnini; a inoM pr, llt
uhle biilni'( than vur before. lull
nothing o bo drank on thu premises;
houso orderly, nnd aurr junded by plimsnlil
and snilliiig ladles. I never onjoyud bit
ter society, or half so nuieb of It," heturn.
Thn singing is good. I lovu good nimie.
Praying my mnlhor taught mo lo do In
early Ufa. There Is one cnldurly lady in
town who is truly gifted in priyer,
ami 1 mutt say that did Iho statu of Ohio
oiler h premium for tho bet
prayer, I am auru this lady In MoArthur
would "carry oil' thn palm." I would not
lllto to havo the ladies dlsconlinuo their
visits to my plaeii of bulnes. Como,
onmo ovorl some f you at loast. I am
...t i r . I . t-. .1 .
wiuowerui iniriy uvo years, una lomo ',
tho ladiii aro not married. Komn youni;
widows havfi been culling j and I havo
boon slyly told that I am good (unking by
n pretty, unmarried Jndv. 1 don't Ilka in
talk much about myself, but did any ono
rver co a wiuower wu9' would olijoct to
lining ciniea gooa tooicinc nv a pruttv.un
married lady I I am turo time of my
cauara aro goon iooKing and l ItilriU they
would rnnko good wlvea. Now, who cn'n
loll wnoreor now this thing will end?
TIIK NKW (JOVKKNOKOF MASS A
Krom tho Spiinullebl Iteiiu'.IUuii 1
Mr, Talbot, of iilllaricd, our now chief
magistral", is tit present traveling in
lexis lor hU lioallh; it it duiiUtul Mlu-th
er hu lias yet heard tho news. Now thnt
Mlaiis havu taken this unexpected turn
wo eould wish that his nomination iu
1S7J had lint exhaled qHilo so ttroiig an
ouor oi 'uuiierisai. ' Homo ol our read
erdwill icctll thu cieumstunees thu exer
Hons iu his behalf ot llioso distinguished
niunibars of tho third hoUio.Messrs. Nich
ols, I ostor and Porter, iho rally of tho
minor iorco unuer tnelr lead, und tho
liberties uken with tho ballot-box. There
Is reason to boliuve. howovur. that Sir.
T.ilbot was qulto innocent In 11 this ; that
mo injurious tiijijiuri wns luruil upon mm
as it has sinco been thrust upon Mr,
JHwes. Certainly, in reputation and in
tuillgence, bo Is woll up to, if not fairly
above, tho nverago Massachusetts lieuten
ant governors a rcspectablo manufac
turer, who pays his taxes on tho nail, iroei
to church, and stands wall with his noigh-
Lora. no is an j-.istern .Massachusetts
man, to bu sure, but that la tn bo accounted
rather a mlsfortuno than a fault, and ho
has dono all iu his powor to repair it
by marrying a Wcs'orn Miinachuetta
wifn. Thoro is no jirosnnt prospect of his
mining uio rosnoHMU tv t Ills sudden v
uovoivcu upon nun a very arduous ono,
j 1... i ... . - . "
wo nro turo oil' JlassacnusotH readers
will join us in wishing tho now govornor
a poacoiui ana nrosnorous adm nut.
SatTorrt, Alorriy & Caiuloe,
I X8UHANCK AOKNTS,
".'5 Ohio l.evec, Oily National Hunk
Jluildinjr, t'Alito, fi.f.H
The oldcht ektablMied 'Agrncy III Hoilthelli
llliuoii, lepiVM'iitlii,' oti-i-
of Iho bet Ililli:iiic' Capital ol the I
C. N. HUGHES,
General Insuranco Agent
Ohio Levee, over Mutbm & llhl':
hut jlni-rhin (,)mpaii!r
Boot & Shoe
Ilelwt'cu Tenth and r.leventli Street,
il. ..'.2 J""4.! r U,UI1 .'"i,Ur" wllhout delav.
lle.l aaa line Mock ol luiiorli-d If uthcr on
hand. Ju.t reielyed horn New Veil;, ami has
pill down hl prh'ou.i the biwct nntih
Sim iit rmih i tart,
OITY NATIONAL HANK, OAIKO
A. II, SAKKOltD. 1'rcHldont;
H. 8. TAYI.OK, Vloo-l'roHldent;
H. HYSUiV. tJooreUry and Traaauroi
i' 5 mAia' 2. Oiuayaa,
r. H. UtoaaruTn, Pet o. Bcuiu.
a. H.'Jomii.yHAii, u, y, uaujoAi,
J. II. PiiHlirs.
lteiiuBlto of on Amount HmItcI lrut
X .,.,. Tn osiau Upwards,
1 KHKHT pia on diOBlt al Iho t aU ol all
D6fOIll. nferiAMim. Mh,nt lal a.i u.
tot Ui. InUroatnol withdrawn It added llama,
'lately loir hnnKimi .rthnui....,ii.
,1T10- them JoViiiSuad IfTlVrt. K
HAnBIRD W011KH OHItDaWS MAT
I) HI-OS IT UONHT
) t4t 0 OKI IU OA! BBAW IT,
Oemi itlrtf buuiut. Jnt from a.m. ii a n... .
an J HlurUr af' .ng lot HAVINU liSPCHI'lt
ia'.j, from S io a u oloek.
ai'JJS W.JUHUll'. Trranr(.r.
llifc: Ul l Y NATIONAL
A W t ,
V I II II, t t. I. I I! I f)
01 1 1, i,
W. f. lUUJlur. r-.-.l.trut,
MUNIir I.. 11 A!. 1. 1 PIT, Vio 1'rnoUrni
A. H. S1AFPOK1I, Oanhlnr!
ALTk'R IITUI.nl', Abulia CathUr
Hrtits 'I'AtLoa, Ibtii, II. Oeaaikavta
Uaiai U. Ualuhai, V. I. Uauiuas,
Qao. D. Wiluaiu.n, UtsiniN Ltiai,
A. II. BirrouD.
Karhiiuri, Colu nud L'sil(il Ntot
UoaiU HuDKhl aud Hold.
llriFOHlTH reoaWed, and
a xaaaral Unklnj
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
It. W. Mtl.LKil, 1'ie.hldent.
J. M.l'lll LXlti, Ylce-l'rosldunt.
CfiXri. (."cnninoiiam, Cashier.
0OI.I.EOT1ONU I'KOMITI.Y M.l DH
e'in, bMiik antep ao 1 Udiim
'I'm LouiiM uinl jU.
Allow 'llni I,-INll
And Dculrr in
Lime, Cement, Planter, Jfair, Ac.
KU'I will n il In ear lo:ul lots al lnantiije
tuivrniirii e. adding freight.
1'reproparcd to forward all kinds of
Freight to nil point:".
K5rHuiuc atlendi'il lo lu-oniptly.
Wood Rittonliouse & Brother.
(.iKNIIIIAi. C'O.MMISSKIN MkIICIIANT,
l;!ll Ohio Levee, Cairo.
MILLER &, PARKER,
FLOlMt, COHN, OATS, HAY, Ac.
Aleuts for Fairbank s .Scales.
OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS,
COFFKY, llAKKLSOiN & CO.,
(SuccemorN to 1. Hunt ft. Son.)
fl.OHU.UHAIN AMI HAT,
No 03 Ohio Lavno, CAlllO, I I,IS,
NKW YOIIK STOitK,
WUOLKSALK AND RETAIL.
LlttOHtT YAUllTY (TOOK IH TUV OITT
OOOD3 BOLU VBKY OLOBK.
Uursifr ot HUifitMSStli atroctstsid SJoru
0. O. 1'ATlKll
BEMIS, BRO. & CO.
UOMF, COTTON MILLS.
110 Ohio Levoo,
And Dealer III
KiniiTii Sthkt. iiict. Wahiiinoton asd
Co.il M K Itc I A !., A v K.adJ oi ii I n k 1 1 n ti ny 's.
Keep-, (he be-t or lleer, I'eil,,. Million
Limit. Kiiiinjre, eic, nnd l pirpar
Kcnu r.iinillea iu a lueeptablc in.iiiuei-.
And De.iler Iu
ALL KINDS OF F IMS 1 1 MlvATS
Near (,'or. Twentieth Strait nnd
HYLAND & SAUR, "
And Di'.iIith iii
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
Of every ileerlplluu,
for. lnih Street nud Cnnmii'i'-I.il Aemn-.'
Nevit iloor to the 1 1) hind Million.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Hebler Iu
No. 711 Ohio I.eire, OA I HO, ILLS
13TSpfelnl atlenlioii ulvcu to r'mIj;ii.
iiienli kinl tllMii urilern. ' ll-'ill
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
lVOo. HO Oiilo T.,ovoo.
IT IS WOT TLTJ3
DJt. 11 ULTZ
is un a a
1IK IS HTILI, I.IVIMU A.MS IS f.tlll
Ills olllcc and Ul-pensary at
NO. 'J2 JSKJUTH 'jTHRKT,
llet. Conuuerctal ami WaMiington avenue
It U true, tho doctor 1.1 one or the oldest
pliys claim of tho place, and hU dlploin.i,
that hangs In Ids ollice, ahOws that hu Iia
been :ii yearn iu tho profcaion. Ilo is doln
a litr(,'erollleu prautlcc than any other ph.
slclau, treating all kinds of chronic disease
ol tho human wyhtcin, sueli as old ulcere, and
all dlseaseH of the sktn, humors and blood
poisons; uUo diseases or tho throat: alfo
all disease ot tho cyei of years mandlnir:
also artitielal i-)cs lm-erted; llstula ctirud
without tho use ot a Kiillo ; cancers cured
by tho application of medicines; pimples oil
tho face removed; all urinary dlrea-cs
cured ; all forms of venereal and prlvnto
dliea-escured In tho shortest time ; seiula
. om,u3 aim seu-anuso cureil in a hor
It is scll-evldcnt that a physician treating
cases fur twnniv.t ivn v,.,.r. .....71
-V J -'-' " "".'J'iin.1 fcll'Ul
All consultations conflilcntlcnl, In person
inedlcinrn furnished at otilco In all
fli-aj tf.l lilt. OAVIIi Hki.tz.
BBAI, BSTiVI AOEHOr.
Jul.n Q. Itarnun. Lliai.'Ilmn,
J. Q. HARMAN & CO.
BEAL IB 3TA TE
CON V H V A N (' J) ILS,
And Laud Aleuts n ihe Illinois Central and
HuillDt't mil .Missouri It. It. Cos.
North Cor. Sixth ami Ohio Lovro,
C WINSTON &. CO,
Ileal Estate Agents,
71 Ohio Lin en', (Second Floor,)
OA I HO, ILL.
Iluy anil .el niJAL KSTATL", I'liy TA.Vl'.S.
I'mnUlies Ab.tiMi'ls of Thlt,
151" Land Comn'il'sloiier.
ATTENTION I1A(! DKALKHS.
SrhNN'hNO PATKIt STOCK CO.,
sr. i.uriN, .iits.
I'AY Till: lIHJIIIST CASH I'HH'KS,
7 els. por lb for Soft Woolen.
!t etc. per lb for Wool Carpet.
1 H-l cts. por lb for Wool lllauhets.
a M cts. por lb for Old Cloth.
PA 1L0 US' CUPPIXG'S
"Wi.nt Colipn Ilan Old Hook ami
Waste Taper. !r,r S-liLOw.
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Tnilott Articles, J)nipRint' Fiincy Cloods, Collier "W'i
i.ead and Oilier (! ratios. I'lnnl..' Tolm-. Oilu Vo,.;u
viiniov t.,ias.s, wax Flower Alttlorial, Tube Colorn. !i
Sillily, Etc., Elc.. E(c. ,
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71 Ohio Leii'f.
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FRENCH AND GRNAMEr
FLOW10RS, LIOAVKS COM PA UK I) 11AISDS, JiHIJ)l
And ICven tiling IVrluiniiij,' to (Jonllctioiiori Oriiauiental GooJ.-,
KO. 172 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
CAIRO, - - - ILLIWOIS
(Lelivcen Mth ami llthst.-.)
Oi dors from Ahroa.l will receive l'r.ni.t Attention Ke.ilival.-i ami I'ic m
I .iriu-licd at
' '"ilc I'r.'j.tiitcr of the St. Nicholas Motel;
lias become Superintendent of tho
COBXKH Sl.VTIl STIlEET ANI) OHIO H3VEK.
l'ir.sl-eliis.s Diiy llonrd 20 por Month.
SO Ohio 'JLtivati C?AIR O, IIiLS
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor- v
The l'laiiter'n IIoum' is 1 oca led mi Ohio Lereu .Sttcet in
OLOSK PROXIM ITY TORATLROAD DE
' POTS AOT) STTCAMBOT LANDINGS
And m tho Center of tho llusincsd Portion ol tho C'ily: Tlio Uouso is uew
nnU coinileto in all it uppointiueiiti!. Tho rooms, mo lareo and niry, bewide.s
ol'gn"ly rurntshed nnd carpeted. (iuest.i will icoivo cotirtcom treat
nient ami this best ol uecommodatioim.
Transient Cjucsts $2 per Day. Dty .Doavdcrs $20 por Month. 1
A Trusty Watch for Trains and Boats Day and Night.
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