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SUNDAY, Al'lUhaC, 1871.
luttM H. OBEHLT. Editor n.l l'ublliMr
THM orTBK.UAILY BULLETIN
otf r r ' ' dD 10
Om iui by carrier it not p&IU la
TBKMS or WKKKtr HULLSTIM.
Ob Ttr i....
lBTriWT In dvnce.
TUB president's veto has set Hen
l<r to thinking harder than ever
on tho currency tmcstiou. Ho will ad
dress the people of the llub to-moriow
night nd will explain how expansion
isn't inflation, and what the country
roust do to be delivered from the finan
cial stiaits she is now in.
enttujiporteisof thcoitls nmXvnvvtna. hour- ul Julian. Tho ninount in nc-
Can nnyono who, without prejudice, ' wicuiauoii was actually icuuecu
,, , , .... ,, ... . iu uiiiu iiumuiu nun iiiiV'bix iniiiiuiia
reflects upon the condition ul nihil ,,b1 t w!o C01IR,.S
in Arknntax, doubt it ? "Tin, true, Us V,&CI ,j10 nut r February I, 18(18,
pity, mid pily 'tin, 'lis true." wiifpcudiiif' the I'uillicr loduutlou of Hie
- . . cimotiuy. 'J'lio forly-i'uur millions liuvc
Tllli lMtKSIDKNrS VH'J'O MBS- Cvcr been icganlofl as a iccrvo to bo
"'U1 " U3cti only in euro ol tin ctnorj'eiiey, miuh
WasiiiniITon', J). L, April 122. Thu s has occurred on several occasions
following is (he picuident's velo incs- and must occur when from nny causo
sage: tno rcvcnuc.1 MUlucnly l.ill below the
To (lie Sennit) of the United Stales : expenditure. And mioIi n reserve is
Herewith I return senate bill mini- nceomiry, Iiccmhpo tho fractional cur-
her 1)17, entitled "An act to lix tho rency, umouuliiiji to lilv nullions. is
amount of United Slates nolcs and the redeemable1!!! lcnal lender on call. It
circulation of tho national banks, and may be raid that such u return of the
for other purpo.crf, without my up- fractional currency lor redemption is
proval. In doing so, I must express impossible; but let steps bo taken for
niv rcurrct at not licinc able (o trivo inv a return to n sriccio li.iiix. ml it will
assent to a measure- which has received bo iouutl that silver will take the placo
the sanction of a rSiority ol tho lecis-1 of irnctioual currency as ranidlv as it
lotora chosen by tho people to mako can bo supplied,
laws lor their guidance ; and I havo A kvstkm ov kuki: hanicino
studiously Bouqht to find sufficient ar- V,C11 pron.iuni on gold reaches
gumcnt to justify such assent, but tin- a BUflicicnlly low point, wilh the
successively. 1 radically it is n t,ucs- amomlt 0p Uni,c(1 statci notes to to is-
tion who her the measure under ; flucnc SUCd permanently with proper limits,
sion would give an additional dollar to ,,.i i, 'i' ,... ....!. i ..!
, . III rt . till AIUUOUI 1 BlIVlllLlllUlll'll U7 IU
the irredeemable paper of the country be able to redcen them in coin on do.
or not; and whether by requiring maud, it will then bo Kafeloinauguiale
hrccfourths of the reserves tj be re- HJBtcm ol- frcu bankiuj,', with such
And De.iler in
.liiiue, Ccnicnl, l'laalcr, Hair, U
JaTl will Ml In car lu.nl lots at ni.inul.ic-
Iiiitw prices, iiiUllnru'llil;
i:xi.i st vi:
2To . no Oliio Xjovoo;
THK LKSSON OF THK AI!KANT
SS Million MO.
It has often been said, and as often
been proved, that politics and fire make
ittangc bed fellows. It has just as of
ten been demonstrated that the par
tisanship of men, whose honesty
and uprightness of character cannot be
doubled, often bias them to the most
strange and sometimes incomprehensi
ble inconsistencies of opinion. A few
years ago, an election for state of
ficers was held in Louisiana. .McKn
ery, a democrat, and Kellogg, a repub
lican, were the candidates for governor.
f justice and fairness had been al
lowed to take their course, McKnery
would have taken his scat as governor
ofr Louisiana. Hut, Kellogg was the
radical candidate through thu machi
nations of n radicul court, his demo
cratic opponent was counted out of his
election and Kellogg has held the reins
of government in Jiouisiaua for nearly
YW6 yean. Utterly opposed as this
has been tof theprlnciplcs of republican
government, Kollojfg has Lad the coun
tenance antl support of the republican
party, with few exceptions, from Graut
down, for uo other reason than that he
is republican and that tho members
ov- Uie party have, allowed their parti
san feeling'to obscure their judgment.
In Arkansas, now nearly two years
gb, a state election was held. ."Joseph
Brooks, the liberal candidate for gov-
rfTjtor, was fairly elected over Ilaxtcr,
his radical oppoucot. Kadicalisiii
proted itself equal to this emergency,
Baxter was declaid .inly circled gov
ernor and Brooks was cheated out of the
.OjAet. The republican party fell in
naturally wilh the fraud Maxtor was
pronounced right and Brooks wrong.
But recently, lirooks asserted his
righta to the governorship of Arkansas.
Surrounding' himself with armed men,
he took possession of the state house
'aLXittlo Jtoek, turned out Baxter and
his subordinates and declares his in
tention of holdiug by force the office to
ftrtlieh he olalus ho was legally elected.
Who arc Brook's bupportcrs? Ho
wai elected on the Greeley ticket and
nathrally, we would expect to fiud them
among the conservatives, the liberals,
the democrats. But these are denounc
ing him. It is tho republican party
which asserts that ho is right, and his
soldiers are colored republicans. Is
:lhia strange ? Not at all. The expla
nation is found in tho inconsistencies
ot opinion brought about by political
partisanship. Some time sineo, Brooks
espoused tho cause of Grant and radic
alism and Baxter showed n decided
leaning toward conservatism. Tho meu
who believed and declared Brooks.when
he was a democrat, to be a false pre
tender to the governorship of Arkan
sas", and Baxter to be tho right man in
the right place, see through party
glasses now. Brooks is right and Bax-
'Ur is wrong, they say, and
on the other hand, the
democrats have chauged hides, l.'n-
Uil.laUly, they firmly declared Brooks
was kept out cf a position to which he
was legally entitled, only by the vlbrce
wfcicb makes might, right. Hut
Brooks,' the republican, is a different
man from Brooks, tho democrat. They
V'sMnnco the former with till the bitter
ncssof partisanship, where thoy upheld
the latter with all its zeal.
The two cases of Louisiana and Ar
k annas are striking examples of tho
lengths to which political opinion will
ltd men, and how, unconsciously to
J.liiaelve8, it warps and influences
their judgment. Kellogg, of Louisi
ana, who has remained true to his first
love In politics, has retained the sup-
ulfwrt, of bis party through an unwaver
ing course of usurpation. If, like Ilax
Urt he had exhibited sign of a weak
! of party faith and hud renounced
repablicaaism, and McKnery hid, Uke
TMMu, Mkea his place in the ranks of
the domiiaai party, there is a moral
eerUiaty tkat tho lopporters of the ins,
is) Louisiana, would have been tbe pre
ltl'.V HNI'KM Slllll'I.K
juracu py uio DatiKs, aim pro uniting pt0visiouii as to make the cumnulsorv
i niercsi 10 uc rccc.vcu on me Dilaneo, ruilemi.tion td'tl.c ciiculaling notes of
..,u6u UMu,l.ul,.1u.u. l0 banks in coin or t inted States
INFLATION A IiKI-AHTI'IIK 1'ltOM TIM K ,,. ,l1,..l.K.(l. ., ...! I
l lllNCIl LI.. cnuivolcntlocoin
it.. i .if. . i
itui i no iaci cannot no conceuieu u.....
.1 . .1 ... .. ..... .Hi.
mat, uicorciicaiiy, uie lull inoroaBcs
Mm hni.nr lirr..m. 1 till III III I IIWI !..
,.,K. tl... n,,..,nt r as iiiucasuie ircpaiaioiy 10 1 1 VO
from circulation bv the provision orn,n"kmK.!r.l,,r ',,ao"' tlio;Bovfinmeiil
iL ...i:. Ti... i in n cnntiiiion to leileeui Us uoltM in
Kt.M rv.v..u itvbiiuiii x liu llicaliiu IKt1 I . .1 1 ....
uuiii iii iiiu u.n iii-.ii jinieiieiiuii: iiiuineiii,
IPnillll ....'A llllll(n uAil 111 H...I.. ( ! n. ll t.. I
nt.uiu line iii.iu.itTii uiivjlll.ll lull. II in I . i . , i .
.. f..:. :r..,.... ii....r.... .i.. xc :.. increased so as lo pay the current ex
..! iiiviviviii;, iiiut. II III I . , ii i. i
. . 1 . ..' I liitlicit ttv.tl'lili. liM flin uml liu. f.iiiil
practice tho meaiito slmultl fail to cie- 1 . ' , , , , "b
ato the abundaimo nf ..InMilnl!.... v. !,,,IU,,0.J by law, and also a surpliw to
peeled of it, tho friends ol inflation. "u ,,:li""LU ura!,uri "
especially those out of congress, would M' sr nr. hoaukko isv 'i ll k oov
clamor lor such inllatiou as woultl give i.n.NJijr,
the expected rclicl. I he theory, in my I am not a believer hi any artificial
Delict, is a departure Iromthe truo prm- method ot makiii! paiicr mouov eoual
ciplcs of finance, national interest, na- to coin, when coin is not owned or held
tional obligations to creditors, congrcs- ready to redeem thu promises to pay
i . .. .i i i i.. i t. .i. .. .
munai uruiiiiKcn, partr pieugen on nic uuu is vaiuaoic o.xaciiy in proporiioii in
part oi no'.n political parties, ana ot tho the amount ot coin that it can he con
personal views and promises made by J verted into. While coin is not ucd as
mo m uvui v annum iiiu.i.-u"u .icui m uou- u eireuiuiiiiir uieuiuni or I nc CIUTCIICV
gross, uuu ill cacu inaugural atlUress. ol the country is not couvertihle into
ttKiTRN to a si'KfiK UAsis. it at par, it becomes an article ot coin
u my annual inessaiii! to eonijiess. um, i... .;ii .....i-.7 c. t.,.
in i;eccmuer, iouc, ii.k louowiug jkis- jn .... , .,!. T, , .
sagos appeal . of trade has notiiinir to do with the
1 1 A ...nnn II. n At.l u ..vm....... ...I ..I 11. n I . ,J
xxiiiuiii wiiu cuin niui, mil wiiv Ul IIIU
rebellion and not yet referred to, is
that ol an irredeemable currency. It
is au evil winch i hope will receive
your most earnest attention. It is a
duty, and ouo of the highest duties of u
micstion. I he duties on imparts. be
nig required m coin, create a limited
demand for gold, and uhnut cnoii".h to
satisfy that demand remains in the
country. lo increase this supply,
sec no way open but by the government
And lcalrr In
Kioinii SrnKKT. iibt. Wasiiikiitiim and
ICectis the best if llet l-. l'liik.Miltlini
l.iiinli, Miiikil'i', etc., mill Is prcp:ii'
en Kiiiillli H In a iUTt'pl:uilo maimer.
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON,
(.siicitomii' tn .toil ii it. riiiiii-,1
I t .lie l-i III
MIIAI., i:l!AN, Ac.
AgcnU for Latliu & Hand l'owder Couijany
i iiu TiA'iii st.a oiiidi.i vr.r.,
N. I!. I'IiI.IIi'UimmI. I'. ,1. I hhlli'UaiHl
THISTLEWOOD &. CO.
Flour, Coin, Oals, 1 1 ay, A.
s.i. oiuo i.i: i:i:.
And Dealer III
ALL KINDS OF J-'ltllSlI ilHATS
Wear Cor. Twtitiliolli Stroct and
HYLAND & SAUR,
Anil Iicnli'i'i tn
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
fur. lnili Sim l niul Cnuiiiii'i' 'lal Avi niiP,'
fM ilfinrlo llic liyiniHl M:iiriin,
('A I HO, h.LINOIM.
W. "Ii.iil.iii. T. Hint
STRATTON &. BIRD
Agent American I'tiwdcr L'ompany,
oh in r.KVKt:, cm in a.
government, to secure to the citizen a hoarding through tho means a
medium of exchaugo ol fixed unvary- ivu ll04ibly by requiring
ing value. 'Ibis implies u return to a SalionallmnkH to aid.
specie uasis. auuuu'suuauiiue ior u call I
be devised. It should be connue.ieedlM(,KK "nrm-moN NOT nukpki. UY
now aud reached at tho earliest nracli-1 'nl; t-'oir;'rlvY'
cablo moment consistent with a lair re- It is elaimcd by the advocates of tho
gard for the debtor class. Imiucdiato measuro herewith returned that thcro
resumption, if practicable, would not be is an unequal distribution of the bank
desirable. Jt would compel them ing capital of the country. 1 was dis
to pay beyond their contracts the pre- posed to give great weight to this view
minin on irold at tho date of their nur- of the question at first : but on reflec-
chases, and would bring bankruptcy 'inn it will be remembered that there
i ...... . .i i. "in.... .' 'I..i!ii ...:it:.. . r 1..11 i-
and ruin to thousands. Fluctuation,
however, in the paper valuo of the
measure ol all values (gold) is detri
mental to the interest of trade. It
makes the man of business au involun
tary gambler; for, in all sales where
future payment is lo be made, both
parties speculate ns to what will he tho
value of the currency to bo paid and
received. I earnestly recommend to
you, then, such legislation as will in
sure a gradual return to specie payment,
aud put au immediate stop to tho fluc
tuations in the value of currency."
1 still adhere to the views then ex
pressed. THK l'LUDOKS Or CO.NOItKSH.
As early as December 1, 1805, the
house of representatives passed n reso
lution, by n vote of 1 I I yeas to (i nays,
concurring in tho views" of tho sccrc
fnryoftho treasury hi relation to the
necessity of a contraction of the cur
rency, with a view lo as early resump
tion of specie payments as tho business
interests of the country will pcruiit,aud
pledging co-opcrativo action to this
end as speedily impossible.
The first act passed by the forty
first congress, on the 18th of -March
lSll'J, was as follows:
AN ACT TO KTREN'OTIIKN THK I'lflll.lO
t'llKDIT OK THK t'.NITKII .STATUS.
l!o it enacted, etc., That in order to
remove any doubts as to tic purpose
of tho government to discharge all its
obligations to tho public creditors, and
to settle conflicting questions and in
terpretations ol the law by virtue ol
which such obligations havo been con
tracted, it is he iv by provided and de
That the faith of tho United Slates
is solemnly pledged to its payment in
coin or its equivalent ol all thu obli
gations ol the I lilted Mates aud ol all
thu liitcrost-beariug obligations, ex
cept iu eases where the law authori
zing the issue of any such obligations
has expressly provided that the same
may be paid in lawful money or iu
other currency than gold aud silver,
Hut none of these interest-bearing ob
ligations not already duo shall be re
deemed or paid bcfoio maturity, unless
at such times as tho I'uited States notes
shall bo convertible into coin at the
option of tho holders, or unless at such
time bonds of tho I'nitcd
.Slates bearing A lower rate of inlorest
than tho bonds to be redeemed can be
sold at par in coin.
And tho .United States aln sol
emnly pledges its faith to make provi
sioii at the earliest practicable period
for tho redemption of United States
notes in coin
This act still remains as a coutinuini;
pledge of the faith of the United States
to make provision at the earliest pract
icable moment for the redemption of
United States notes iu coin.
thk nmrv-voi.'u jiili.io.nk hkkkuve.
A declaration contained in the act of
January 20, 1801, created au obliga.
lion that the total amount of tho Uni
ted States notes issued or to be issued
should never exceed four hundred mil-
still remains fourmillions of dollars of
authorized bank nolo circulation as
signed to States having less than their
quota of bank circulation, with the op
tion of twcnty-fivo millions to be taken
from those Js'tates having more than
their proportion. When this is all ta
ken up, or wheu specie payments are
fully restored or are in rapid process of
restoration, will be the timo to consider
the question of moro currency.
U.S. tilt A.vr.
Kxechti vk Mansion.
SalVord, Morris & Cuntlue,
7.'i Ohio Levee, Oily N'alional liauk
liuilding, (J.uitn, Il.i.s
'I'lie iilili-ci riialilNlii ii AKi'iiey iii Siiiihfin
minim, ri'iiri'-i'iiuiij; i r r
r tho lii-it liiMirmii'e (,i-!lal ni llu-
C. N. HUGHES,
General' Insurance Agent
Ohio Levee, over Mathiu X Dill's.
Itt' Minn' lul jirt 7ii ( iiiiiwiii'i
Boot & Shoe
Hi-tweeu 'IV mil ami Klt-venlli Street-,
U prepared to till nnlers without dclity.
Uc.luHii iluu ktoeU ol Imported leather tin
liunil, Jutt received from Nw Yoik, and lm
mil iiowii in lini-cn in inu imvcu umi-ii
PARKER & AXl.EY.
Cnriier uf mIi slivi-t .-nui M'iii-liliiiiiii o
WHO I, MALI-I AN1J 11KTAII,
iimm m rif in m
KKAIi r.Vl',111. AUK.'ICK.
Jr.lin IJ. ll.iliiOli. ( li.u 'I l.-ill f I
.1 O N ARM AN A. CO i
And l.niid Auenl-nl Hie llllimN I .Vnlr.it niul
Ilililiit4tiiii iiiul .Ml null H. It. I'"'.
Ninth ('or. Sixth anil Ohio J.oveo,
. CAIRO, ILLS.
C. WINSTON & CO.
Ronl Estate Agents,
71 Oiim Li:vi:i:, Srcnud Floor.)
Hoy and Sell IS CM. OTA't'i:. In TAVi:".
I III lllllll-S .IIII1HI in inn-.
flTl.aiiil t'iuiiul -Idiii-r.
Jobbers and Holnilcrs or
3 IT O
T I). 3latliil v.. I'hl
MATHUSS & UHL,
l-'iirwiiriliii-; A- lii-iipi.il
FJiOUll, (JllAIN, HAY AND
MILLER & PARKER,
i wiiiiiiiiiiiiu iiil nuiiniiu.
Dealer, hi -FLOl'H,
CORN, OATS, UA1', c.
Agents for I'airbatik'rt . Sealer.
OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
UOKKKY, 11A1UUSON & CO.,
(SucetBiors to I). Html A Son.)
VI.OIIU,ll(AIM AMI HAY.
No Ohio Lovnn, UAIKO, ILLS,
NKW YORK STOjtlC, .
WHOLKHALK AND HKTAIL,
r.iuomr vA.BiiTr moon in ntn iuti
UUOD.SHOJil) VKlty UI.UitK.
U.irnrror luttutli mmui hhiI iWim
C. O. I'ATIKH
- BEMIS, BRO. & CO.
WiKNTS I tlH
IIO.MH COTTON .MILLS,
110 Ohio Levee, - Cairo, Ills.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
l'rnprepared to forward till kinds of
Freight to all points.
tSfllinliif -.s iiuniili'it in iinniilly.
Cliomical, l'jilmit iMcdicinp?, Pi'iTninc'vy, Soaps, .Inis1i
'huiclt Avliclcs, Druggist s l'.-tncy (iootla, Collior VIi
I .fail ami OHmm (iratlos Paints,' Color-, Oils, A'ariiish
NVimiow i 1 1 - . ax I'lowcr Alalt'ntil. 'I iilic Colors. J
.Stums WU.. I'-lf.. .Kl'.
H . 4.! . I! . ! . ..... . I ... 1 .... .. ll..... ..I. 111. t .1 t .. I..
ti ,Tin ii i 'iiii '.(MMiurni-i' iuhi umui1 irmii i r 1 1 v " i " i ujrnin btjii t i tic r.u
In want tl IihhN in nur I. Inc. Mr uiilcj.tt. 1M inl.itlon :unl Kamlly .Mfiili Ine ritM tt
Mien or in nj'fu wiiii i;m:iMf nrii ' ul la.istinnitlr Jiaw-i.
awiim.mi.i: & hktmi.,
Tt Oliio I.CM'C.
HKTAIL & rilKM'ltll'TION,
V,ishlni,'lnii Ate. rtir. I!!t;lith
iit at miiii:h
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
Ami Dealer Iu
Xo. " Ohio I.ew'P, CA1H0, ILLS
tSTSpcchil atlcntioii given to rani-lKn-oieniN
anil lilting urilcrn. 11-2 tt
HOSTS & TEMM
Wlinli 1 1 ntid liilnil dealrt in l iue
FRENCH AND ORNAME
i " -i -t
I And Kvorjthintf JV-itainiiit; lo ('onleriiout-r Ornainental (kkhI.i,
m 172 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
(ljohvcen 10th and lllhtf..;
Grocorios, Provisions, Etc.,
KTo. XXO Oliio Xiovoo,
. CAIRO, ILLS.
ATTKiN'TlON J?A(! DWALKIi.S.
SPINNIKCi IV.I'Elt .STOCK CO.,
11 ! ( he.sliiut .Street,
r.vY Tin: iiKJiirsr cash riiicr.s,
7 clu. par II for Holt Woolen.
:) cte. jier Ih for Wool Cnrnat.
1 ll-! eta. per Hi for Wool lllunkt-ts.
i! 1.1 on. per Hi for Old Ulotb.
I1 A I LO RS' OLJ IMMNCJS
n..iru r..r,... . i.mn.i ...:it ..:... r. .,..,..1 a. i....; i , i n . :
1 urni.-hcd nt lieduced I'ntc.-i.
' Latu Proprietor of thu St. Nicholas Hotel;
Has leucine Superiiiteinlenl ol tho
II II 11 1
CORNER SIXTH RTUKKT AND OHIO LEVEE.
.Mr. Walker having taken clmrgo of this old and ivolLknown house, will at
onco t;ivc it u thorough rouovatiiiL', aud nut it iu lirt.clasn order lor the reeon.
lion guests. Mr. Walker will welcome hh old ciiMomcr.i to the now hoitfo aud
wilt always ho lad Iohco them.
l'irsl:-elass Day Hoard 20 per Month.
ihiua Old Hook and
t.o: :rs hot -n?:Ri::r:i3
0 It. H ULTZ
HI'. IN H I I I.I. I.IVINO AMI IN 'A I II
lllii tilUeu anil (tlfpcnsuiy at
NO. 22 KK1MTII STItKHT,
Hut. CoHiini-ri-liil anil VaMilni;tiin avenues
ll Ih true, thiMloctor In ouo of tlm oldest
pliyMeluiH of tho lin:o, ami IiIh 1 1 p 1 ut:i ,
tlmt hii;t in his cilice, hIiowh that he Imi
been 'M yeui'H In the lirofi-hhlnu. Uo x ilohi;;
k larger ollleu iirucllco tlian tiny ottior jiliy.
sleluu, troutliijt ull UIiiiIh of ehroliht illm-ui-eii
tit thu human xyi-trni, Mich us olilHlcoi'H, imil
ull illneafeeH of tho iMn, liiiuinrn uml hlooil
IioIkius) also iliboiiMi-H ol tlio throat; alo
ull iliiuHKflH ol tho eye of yearn FtnmlliiK;
hIsii urtitleliil i-yt-H tiiscrtml-, llntulu cured
without tho wo of a unllo; cuneern cured
liythoKiilcutloiior liiedlelneu; pimples on
tho fucu removcil; all urinary UUeusen
cured ; ull forin-t of venoreul ami prlvato
Jli-eut-ci. cured iu the i-hovtest tlmo ; nomla
weahuehs and bclf-abufo cured In it nhor
"mo- . . , .
It in ncll-evldcnt tlmt a pliytltiUii treating
cssea for tweiity'two years Kctiurvw ercat
(.kill. , , ,
All consultations coiitUlcntlcitl, In jn-rwu
erhy lettea. , ,
moiliclnfn furnished nt otllco In all
It-a3 ir.i int. damuhui.t,
SO Ohio Xieiee
EDMUND HUEITNER, Proprietor-
Tho IMantei 'u I fun 'o is Inu.ilml on Ohio Levee Plieet in
CLOSE VliOXIMITY rrO RAILROAD .IE
POTR ATsr0 STEAAfBOT LANDINGS
Ami in tho Center ol' tho ItuflltiesH Portion of tho City. Tho Ifouso i& now
and eomplelu iu all iln nppoiutinuulH. Tim rooms!, iiid lurgo and airy, besides
being tdi'-iiitly fiiruiHhctl and earpeled. (iuchI.s will reeeivo cnurleoiis lieat
nietit and tho host ol' Accommodation?.
Tvansiont Guests 2 per Day. I)nyJonv(Iora20por Montli.
A TrustyWatch for Trains and Boats Day and Night.