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WKf)NB8DAY,.MAY 27, 1871.
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On year tt 00
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One Year $1 00
Three Months M
Invariably In advance.
BdlBV Mntlor on f rry pnge.
Proclamation by tlio Qovornor.
ncurt v K Di.rMti M r.t t .
lu accordance vtlth national ami
wants! onjeni of thOLnwl rmy of llio re
public. In obcrvancc of a custom already
honored, mid III liarmunr with llio ii'iitl
loenli of nirecl Ion and inlrlotlni ol tlio
I.John L. 1Ii:vkkii)GK, Governor of ttic
Uto o( lllluolf.do hereby appoint Saturday,
the Wth lnt, a ''Memorial Day," In rcmcm
boranrc of our patriotic dead.
And 1 earnci-tly request ttiat all the good
Vtople of the titate ot Illinois, on that day
i from their Usual avocation?, mid Jjln
cmoralIu tho siiU'erulgv and valjr,
Jul death ot our f.dlcirhcroct,
ravc with spring How-
clr tombs with fu'ih
that on llio riab-
ot tho loved
o-o who ftll
y Ood lor
of May, In
in papers itia "ol
"water on .Mr Hate-
tor statu school super-
they aro doing tiuito as
ting Snow into liis path.
Tltm.Kii fay Jio don't intend to
Ru for govornor of Massachusetts thi
fall, but that "ho in going to tho Fiji
Islands for his health, and while (hero
will eat two luisslonniy bahiw." How
much better it would bo for ovorybody
concerned if tho babies would eat him I
Tue tiauio of lion. II. YY, Know in
promiueutly mentioned as a republican
candidato for stato superintendent of
publie instruction. Mr. Snow is n
member of tho stato legislature and
chairman of tho houso committee on
education. IIo is a teacher by pro
fession and was tho nuthorof tho com
pulsory education bill which failed to
pas tb.6 houso last winter.
The republican party in Illinois is
largely divided on tho currency ques
tion, anil the action of tho stato con
vention on tho seven teen th of June
will bo looked for with interest. The
press and the leaders aro. divided as to
whethor tho convcutiou shall dcelaro a
policy on tho subject or whether it
shall bo passed by as a dangerous
themo upon which to dwell. The
choice of cither plan precipitates dis
sensions in tho party from tlio outset of
the campaign. The adoption of reso
lutions for or against inflation will
please only one wing of the party to
ignore the subject will displease both.
Whichever choicois madcho currency
question is the Tock upon which the
republican party of Illinois will split,
and it is directly before them in tho
stream of events.
One of the matters which will come
before congress prior to adjournment,
for discushlon, is tbe piupuscd change
in the constitution in regard to presi
dential elections. The committee
hope to carry it through both houi.es
by tho required two thirds vote in
order that it may bo acted ujion with
out loss of .time by tho stato legisla
tures next winter, and made part of
tho supremo law in time for the presi
dential election of 187(i.
Tho amendment proposed by the
committee providos, not that tho peo
pie of tho states and territories of thu
United States en nuum shall vote for
president and vica president, and that
a majority or plurality of the popular
vote of the whole Union shall deter
mino the election ; but the states and
Btate lines shall be so far repcelcd
in these national elections as to'pro
servo substantially the present t-yttcm
wiile dispensing with thoe im,irti '
menas they may bo called, ol tho
electoral collcgo, and avoiding that
dangorous contingency of an election
by the house of renrofiuutativru. If,.,.,,,.
v j . w , vuvu
tho proposed constitutional amendment
provides that for president and vico
president Uio people shall voto by
Btates-firsl by tho stato at largo for
il two ecnatorial votes, ntnl next in
each cotiKrossii mil district for the vote
to which, under our uertcfit general
slate ticket s.tcni, it is cnlillcd. The
plur.iliy rulo i to ho -Biihslitulcd for
the majority rule llironghout.
Tho Passago of llio Bill Mr.
.special lo the Now York World
WahiiiN(iton, May 121.
The Territory of New Mexico and its
retircfontattvo. Mr hlkms, won an un
expectedly cs.y victory in the Mou'o
to-day, the volo on tlio question oi ad
mission as n stato standing nu to oi.
Tho debate was one of tno liveliest and
most inlcro.ting in tho session. Mr.
McKco of Mississippi, chairman of tho
coinmittco on Territories, called up tho
bill and tnado tho opening speech. He
was followed by Mr. hlktn, tlio dele
gate front tho "Territory, who made a
a most etTectivo argument. lie urged
that the Territory, with ftiu
schools.and established state nl'n '.cly,
. - - ....... I I - ..ill.
I'.l I UVUIl iUUHJJIlg HIT .Hill
years, considerable woalili, and a pop
illation of l,'!."i,0f)J thousand soul.-,
more than several of tlio stato already
admitted to the I'tiion and more than
fifteen other states had when admitted,
ought not to be ignored, and that thu
treaty stipulations which pledge the
government to admit New Mexico at
the discretion ol' Congress could no
longer be set aido. Moreover, on the
ground of patriotism and devotion to
the Li uiou, ho claimed that theie whs
no pcoplo more deserving of the rights
of state government and a full leprc
s cutation in both branchos of Congress.
I ho speech was listened to with gen
eral attention, and Mr. Klkitis was
much congratulated for his ablu effort.
Tho principal speech on the other side
was made by .Mr. l'ottcr, ul Otow lork,
who called attention to thetirowinirdan-
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gcrs io our rcpuuiieaii government in
rotten borough stato governments, and
of the unequal representation ol the
people in the somite. 11c thought it
was tinio to stop the creation of now
states having loss population than is
required in congressional dis
tricts of the older states.
Some remedy must bo devised
for theso cyHs or tho govcrtimont could
not stand. Mr. ti. 1'. Hoar, of Massa
chusetts, argued that tho majority of
the pcoplo in Sow Mexico could not
read and writo tho Ktiglish Innguago,
they wcte not really a homogenous
people, and ought not lo be given a
stato government. Mr. Ka'sott, of
Iowa, leplicd with considerable effect to
Mr. Hoar that this was not the doc
trine of tho Itepuhlican party, which
Had cnlrancliiscd tlio boiithorn negroes
He complimented Mr. Klkins by say
ing that tho people of Now Mexico ev
idently knew how to choose good
men to congrcss.liowcver ignorant they
might bu ofour laii"iiae,and he claim
ed that the legislatures of tho now states
as well as their publio men would com
paro favorably in point of ability and
purity with those of 'ho old states. A
tilt ensued between Mr. Potter and
Mr. Cox in regard to a remark by tho
former concerning tho withdrawal of
states from tho Union, Mr. Cox tak
ing tho "round that tlio riht of state
to withdraw had been lorevur sottled,
which was not however the point in
dispute. Tho volo in la vor of ad mis
sion was largely duo to tho personal
influence and popularity of Mr. Kl
kins. THU NEW OUKAK THLEUUAPII
I New York MiraM. .
The new ocean cable botweon our
shores and Hliirlnml nrninicnu in iliifv
all the submarine cnemiasaiid to stand
tho severest strain that mav tost it.
The Cablo pafrM nf (lin il.n himi in
long despised by Fciontific men, aro no
iiniuiiiwaill UII.MlUUUUlll.'HN IU UlU Oil-
tcriiriso of modorn ncnan titlnmnnliv.
On tllO Atlantic cabin whinli wna rnUml
by the steamship Jlibcrnica a year aco
V,wiiuu n iauu was intiicateti aoout two
hundred milni frnm lirnil.lllui unlifloil
strand was perforated by molltiaks in
: i . . ,
u umcr covoriii'r and coatca wnn
shells. This cablo had been laid in
lR(il), and in tho inlori'miini' (imn
thu inariiio life had nenctrntod
tho outer covcrttig and had pasi-cd bo
tweon tho iron viros to the gutta per
cha core. Hero alono they were foiled,
and in vain made thoir "attack on a
SllbstaUCO which resisted thoir imlnntn.
tions and provoa itself the mutt impor
tant hineiii ol tlio ocoau cable.
In thu new cablo ot the Direct I'ni.
led Uiatoa Company, to bo laid by the
steamship Faraday, this is to play
moro extensive pat t than in uuy lor
mer structure of the kind. Tho core of
the new strand if composed of a thick
copper wire, cncirclod by eleven
very fine copjier wires, serv
ed with four coatiiiirs of i-niiu
jiurcha. Those gutta porcha coat
ings, instead of bciuc ajipliod, as for
merly, in lonir nanow strins of iniliu
rubber are jmt on from llio soft mass
of the gum whilo yot fresh from tho
steam licit ill" itrocokn nnd in u iIiukfIi.
like condition. Tho pliability of the
Direct Onintianv'a v!i iu nnwiirbn) t.,,..
riCccd to "llio supotior comiuctivify it
n iiunu.ia, uwiu io uio greater
thickness of tho central copper wire
1 o make the central wire proof against
attack it is not only insulated by tho
gum shield, but by Manila hchip.whieli
adds strength hIm, 'I'),,, ivl.r.l. :..
hcathod by ten iron wiros, each of
wuieu is iiemp coated, and each hemp
ooating thoroughly steeped itr the 'tar
preparation, which socms to servo uoar
ly us Kood a purposo as tho gutta per
cha. These, having been all put to.
gcthcr, nro wrapped in Italian homp
lor double security. Tho iuot cxhim'.
tivo tc t, with Thomson's rehV..tj.r
Kalvanoincler lmvn lii.Hii hh,,1,, ,,( n'
splendid wlro on board tho I'
Its inimenm slron.-th will undoinm-jiv
rceuro it nguinst any po- ihih'y it I
strain or fradltiro from tho action cf
an ysttbinaritio current, or from attri
tion against llio ledges ol any suntiia
rine furrow Over which it may be de
posited. If successfully laid it will in
sure, in almost any probability, perfect
and uninterrupted telegraphic commit
nication.whatovcr fate might befall the
A MOlHUi OP riLIAL AKIT.C
TIOiN. illlooinlngton l'.mtarapli.J
Mr Stephen Houghton is a well
kuown resident of illoomington town
ship, who has for iiimy years boon
iilontitiedwitli its interests ami has pros
pered. Ho rc.idos about a mile and
a half south of Jllooinington, on the
Hoyworth road, on as beautiful a piece
of laml as the sun siitncs upon; the
maps say thcte are 1S7 acres of it,and
tho nessor's books wilfdaubtless show
that a good judge would place its valuo
with improvements nt fifty dollars an
acre. Mr. Houghton contentedly fol
lows tho eod-turning plow, reflecting as
lie plods along, upon tlio blessings
which a kind Providence has showered
upon liw pathway since first ho set out
in lifo to "hoc his wn row." When
about to start in life, hip father gave
over to him as a fiiond of hi tells us,
"Tarty noru ol good Inliu, lour liciul ol
pood hon-os, four head of good cows,
iourtccn head of good shcop, ten head
of good hogs, a good wagon and har
ness, mid a threat deal of household
goids." In return for this he promised
to take caro ol Ins aged parent for Hie
rest oi his life. Mr. Houghton has
complied with his promise most faith
fully, for it was a promise such as no
son unless bereft of the instincts of
humanity would forget. Ho sleeps
contentedly, knowing that his father' is
receiung every comfort winch 11 allor
duil at tlio county poor houe.
If there is anything that is, above all
other iiiialttios, admirable in tho human
character, it is filial affection, of which
Mr. Stephen Houghton, of lUooming
ton township, is undoubtedly tho per
An uipurionccd onion ruinr drives
iniiL-noU trom his i;rowini; crop by form
Ing slitllow truncii with tho corner of
his hod ul one clilo tno invested bulbs and
pourlnir In sodu inudo by duiolvin two
or tlireo pillions of soft soap In a burro) of
wator, previously adding ono pound ot
copporas to lliD soap.
Cucuiiibi r vinos inny bo fuccoiifully
trained on ntrollis, or on upright nUko
lmvlii'- siubuy sidu brunches, and cardon
ors who lmo triod tho jiluti decluro that
too product U much ru.ttur, nnd that
thoro is also iv conspicuous saving In
crouud room, which Is an important Itum
to tho owners of small places.
A correspondent toll tlio 'l'rairlo Par
tner" that ho found rullof from bi'.ter-rul
in upplos by "driving u rluj; of rusty shin
glo unlls, in oarly spring, about nu inch
apart, In tho stoiu lust btjiow tho tiraiichcj
ot tevcrul trees." Another says : "Tbo
remedy 1 tried, and which was u porfoct
tuccess, was to tuko u common drawing
knife Htid girJlo nboutono foot; took all
tho outor bark til'. Thu treos woro young
Mid thrifty. I do not remuiiibiir the ex
a.ct time, but think it was about tho tliilo
thoy caiuo out in lull leaf." .Mr. Flagg
romarks in comment : "Hiro it will bu
noticed aro two rtincdin?, both of which
scorn to have been tuccerrful, thnttcutn to
havo nothing in common except thic both
have, to foiiiii oxtunt, ehoeke t tho vior
nnd porhapi) thruntonud tho lilo of tho
troo. Aro wo to infer that bittor-rot it
caase I by oxoew of luxurianco in growth?'
Agro-it deal of doctoritu; Is dono to
slclc cultlo nnd nurses, espoinily those
mat uio, ami stneo maiiy got well without
doctorinc, it is doubtful whothor modicino
can do iniieli good. Often tho class of
men who doctor animals nro so Ignorant
and stubborn Hint they ought not to bo
irustoii. j uii recuperative powiir ofna
turois really wonderful, oven in rcstoritii:
broken bones. Thn cr.to U iiiontloncd
of a vahiablo heifer kick
od by a bono and having thu ehouldor
bliulo broken, but which boalod without
trc'ttmont and became cntirelv sound.
Tho dosing with powdora, Insorting soa-
ton, nnu ny niiiiiinistoringilrugs by a long
necked bottle, are doubtful remedies,
whsthur for hones or caltlo. All kinds
or slock need tho niporvision of an Intel
llgent anil sharp eye, such as almost at a
glancn will nntico n droojilng or tho loast
lulling away. t rprpiently n ohnngo of
looii, or oven oi position, will work won
A KKK.VCH OKITICON AMIHHOAN
Albert I'.hoaes writes in tho Uilaxyfor
Slandini; ono ov'onini: in that frin ,n of
spectators which usuallv nurrmin.tu tlm
dancers at an oaturtaluniont given by ono
oi mo iimerican roiiucnis ol l'ans, a
1 roach pitinter next to mo uxprossdi his
udmirntlon fur lorty or fifty of my coun
trywomen who wum Wlllrlln.' rminrl In .
Mrouts waltz Tho revolving buvy was
uuiiijiuruu oi joung women irom nxtoen
to twunty.ilvo, and thoy cortainly looked
vorv handfutuo. llu ruitrnti,l w.ii, n.
Ihusiusin that bo had never mmn
moro beautiful girls anywhere thoy
wore diamonds of tlm r, rt !,., n
beint: askod if ho did not i.e n Lin,.l,. llkn.
ho evusivnly repliud tlurt nono ol us word
puncti. ioing pressed i nln nomme&
ho thought tho bands wtro not us well
lurineu moy iiiiint bo nor tho at
titchiif, uu itiinurfoction in il, M.r,, ,,...
W as thuro anything olio .' Jleauty was
""""u, manor oi convention, was
sab' again ovaUvoly, but limber remark
brought out tho question whethor 1 had
-uoii i vuui oi .nnu in mo l. juvro
i nvi, nnu kfiow n wag
tho acceptod model of womanly perfec
tion, HaJ I noted tho waist of tho wiu-
ilortul slatnu ' Had I remarked tho dif.
feroiR-o botweon tho waists of th It ivnrnnn
who wero dancing bof'oro us and that of
tno vttnus '
'You iiu'im that tho waists of my coun
try women aro ton lone? ?"
'Kxactly ; but then thoy havo tho most
noautiiui isccs in too worm." To which
was Hililod : "llv candor u ni.nnin,,. n
Then, as ono of tho fair dorvishos, whom
no Knew, pastou, no voniurou into I'.ngllsh
r.nd inouiroi with wolicltude, ".Meos, do
you plciilo your health ?" indicating loxi
cal romareh at tho world presorvo.
Al'l'KU 01,1 M 1'SES OK UK K AT 2 KSS.
It seems odd to rnd of amass bolng
said lor tho ruposo of tho snul nf Napo
loon I, This was nmong tho rocont cer
monios at Chisolhurst. Ourtalnly fow
souls In tho other world nod ruposo moro
than that of tlm mighty Kmpornr. Wo
think of him m of ono who lived cenlu
rios since, Kiufyot tho other day ho caiim
ns In llfu bnfoto mi Jrs, Judgo and Jurv.
A witnon ol -hty-two y(,ftrj f B(,0 tusi'l.
" 1 that ho h-d nirvf.J in llio Ilrltlsh nr.
n'.y undnr "Wi llini'toii, and that whilo in
that tervlco lie win statlonml at Bt. He
lena during tho imprisonment of Napo-
loon. "Woll," iM cminsoV "what
kind of b follow Wn Jlony?" 4 Ho was
n right llttlii fultow, and thora aro few
liko him now. Wo conquorcl him, or
course, and ho wai insdo prlonor, and I
wasolton out In tho vosiol with him?
Iilko tnyiolf for n lone timn ho did not pro
foil much rollplcn 'laughtor) but 1 ro
mombortwo prlciu coming to tho Island
to hint. I Oflnn rat at hi. tablo and usod
bis silver knives and fori" and drank liia
wlno, nnd that win an honor. That Is
moro than you can My, air-" (Laughter.)
Tho eouneol must huo boon bothorlng
tho old man for ho showed tompor In hU
nnswor. Hut this Ii m aftor gllmpso of
groilnou Unit shows Low Urn urcalest
ihlnijs In l'lo nroconnoctol with tho most
trivial. Mid llini ilin linmrlul Napoleon
may nvon or to point i crois-oxatnlna-
tion in an Irish cc(iri,
SOUTHER.N IULIIMOS NORfVIAU
C.vhuoiti.w.K .lnckon County, 1
M.iv I.V 1ST . f
On comlltloii llVt a MiUleleiitnuinbcr of
vnii!L' ner-oiH dclro. ami nro wining io
contribute a very sinal'-uin toward defray
(in? oMieiiies kiv two hundred nt lour
dollar each a Norti.il Indltutc tslll be held
In the no.v btiililliik'JeoiimiciiclliJ.Iuly 1. llio
lav ol dedicating till building, and eoiitlmie
till Julv .11. The l'lliicltm! of llio luilvcrsliy
will have charge, aa4 the toveral members ol
tho (acuity will give the main part of tho in
stnictlon. Atlcat ten lectures will bo given
and, If llio ca.h contributed i sulllclcnl, the
belt men of this ttntc and Mlstollll and llidl
ani.will be brought In for tticso Ivctun-s.
If not more than one hundred anil Ufly at
tend, Ihc perMinil cmitact with llio inntriii'
torn will be greater nd the prollt moro ! and
in tho oxpeno of tbo Inotltulo will be the
nunc, the fee thouU bo 11 vo dollar. II three
hundred at'end, tls'fec could be reduced to
AslheH.itc lcglthturo inakei no proN
Ions for p iyiiiK tlios.vpensn of -uch an In-
tltule, so drlr.iblo and valu.iblc to publie
M'hool'. will not ill tho ncw-paperi of
Soutbi rn llllnol, ad another favor to the
niinyili, have alnady done the commu
nity, and give this announcement several
gratuitou liuciilon. in a good place, and
call the attention otcscher to it ;
Let all who wbl to attend, scud their
name at once and not later than dune 20,
prox to Dr. I!obri, secretary of trutee?,of
Southern Illinois : or ma I L'nlvcrnlty.C'arbon
dale. (iood board cal be had In Carbon dale at
N. II.- The Imtltuto cannot be held with
les than one Imiilred and Ilfly who will a
live dollar- each. ItoiiKUT Al.I.YK,
1'ririrlpalof raclllt) .
I take jlcnsuiv) in calling
the attentim of the public to
my fosh and full stock of
new and elegant Furniture, at
my Funiittire and latrass
Factory, corner Seventeenth
Street and Washington Ave
nue. My stock embraces
JJedstcadri, "Wadrobos, bu
reaus, Sideboards, "Wash
stands, Tables, Chairs, Uug
gics, .Matrasses and, in a word,
all that is useful or orna
mental in jny line.
This bcint? the only manu
factory of Furniture in this
city, I propose offering better
goods at lower prices, and
have made it large red."cty)r
in the pries? oi r.U my goods.
Ci f,:,(l examine my stock
ciii;l secure an outfit of choice
Furniture. To the wholesale
trade I oiler special induce
ments. Ifoto llio pi aco
Corner Seenteenth Street and
Washingtin Avenue, Cairo, Ills.
Wholcsalo aid Ilctail Dealer in Fur
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In t
No. t(J Ohio Lotcc, CAlltO, ILLS
KTSpodM attention given to rnnMim.
tnen-H and tilling orilerH. ui tt
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
3Mo. Ho Oliio Ijovoo
llih'h Sirort, between Wahhliigtoti and
MLLIA.M J. HMlTll.l. D.
IMCSStlll.'i.-f'i.' v .,. .., . .
llQLWtCll VVriklllll.r.n. .. It,
treel 1, "" .Ct ' : . "'V . l
jj """.in iuiai mLliiie, 11 1
R, SMYTH & CO.
No. 00 Ohio l.ovco,
OA 1110, ILLINOIS
D. F. PARKER,
(Successor to Parker & IMakc,)
PAINTS Sc OILS
WINDOW 811 A DICS
And Ihc celebrated llluiiilnatlng
Ilrois' Ilulldlng, 11th .St. A; (Jomorolal Av
OA I HO, ILLS.
C. H. WHEELER,
Ar00D AND COAL
Ol-TICi: AND YAltD,
10th St. bet. Washington & Commercial Avo.
A largo supply of l'ituburg and Dig
Stllildy coal uonntantly on hand. Stotc
wood sawed to order. Ordcm for ecal oi
wood should bo loft at tho nllico on Tenth
tsrset. Tonns, cah on delivery.
Boot & Shoe
Iltlwcce Tenth and Eleventh Street-,
I- prepared to till nrdrr wltbout delay,
lie has a line t-piek of Imrr rttil leather on
haiil,jut receive,! from Mupcrk, ami lis
liui down iiiu prices io lyo lunt-i noun.
i;. maxwi:ll & co.,
Manufacturem and Doalers In
MACHINE &BURNIG OILS
Al-o Aelitu lor tlio
No. 71!, North Jlaluo Flrcet,
CN. HUGHES, '
General Insurance Agen
Ohio Lcvco, over Mathus k UIiTh.
teS"jonr hut jlnt-chm Companies
Sullbrrt, Morris & Gundcc,
7.'1 Ohio Levee, City National Hank
Duilding, Uaiuo, Ills
The olilcft ctabll(-hed At'eney In .Southern
Illinois, rcprei-eiiiiiig over
of tho heftt Iimuranco Caiilt.il tlio o U. S
Ouociiswnrp, CI111111, (Jinsaivnrc, Itocli
cnhain ami Yellow Ware, Stoncwnrc,
China OrnniiicutHnnd Tojh, Fnncy
Uoodn, rlatedwnro, 'J'nhlu nnd
l'ockut Cutlery, Lnmpi, Lanp
Chlmiieyx, Lamp Trimming,
Looking (Jlasses, etc.
lu fact every kind of good tjuloiiulni; to
Kor tlio next Mxty days I will oiler thu
above f,'fiidn at and below cost, forca0i only.
The kooiN must be Koldto cloo tho concern.
Clo-o buvcrs are especially Invited, either to
cMiio and t-ec for themselves or send their
order, lu cither case 1 guarantee :itUfuctlon
I. T. THOMAS.
Afsigueo of l'ai'Min, Da Ii V co.
Cal jo, III., April IS, 1871.
DR. W. JiLAUW
Juilers Illrcli (up Malt) iruner filli Hlro
itnd WftBhlngton Avonuo.
Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Soaps, Brushes
Toilett Articles, Druggist's Fancy (..'oods, Collier Whit
Lead and Other Grades, Paints, Colors, Oils, Varnishes
window uiass, wax 1'lowcr .Material, Tube Colors, Dyi
.Stuil's, Etc., lite, Etc.
We Solicit correspondence and orders
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WHOLESALE & ItETAIL.
71 Ohio Levee
HARRY WALK ER
(Late 1'roprioler of the St. Nicholas Hotel)
Has become Superintendent of the
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CORNER SIXTH STJIEET AND OHIO LEVEE.
.Mr. Walker having taken charge of this old and well-known house, will a J
onco give it a thorough renovating, aud put it in first-olafw order for tho recep
nun uiiwin. nir. uaihcr win welcome
win always bo filad tohec them.
Kii'.st-class Day Board $20 per Month.
HARRY WALKER, Supt.
50 Ohio Lcvec - - CAIRO, ILLS
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor- ,
The IManter'H House in located on Ohio Lorco Street in
POTS AjStD STEAMBOT LANDINGS
And in tho Center of tho Ilusinesn Portion of tho City. Tho Houso in new
and completo in all it 8 appointments. Tho rooms, nro larejo and airy, hosidoa
uoiiik cicamiy iiirnisncu ami carpcicu.
ment aim tlio best or accommodations.
Transient Guests S2 per Day. Day Boarders $20 per Month.
A Trusty Watch for Trains and Boats Day and. Night.
C.W. DUNNING, W.D.
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Strectn. Olllcc corner Sixth nlyitt and'
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from DniKlsU, I'byniclana and (leneral Store!
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RETAIL & PREf CK1PTI0N,
Wnshlngtoii Are. cor. Klchtli Htl
iiih otu cuHtomers to tlio new house, aud
TO RAILROAD DE
uueMt.s will rccoivo courtooun treat
J)K. AVM. HALL'S
Balsam for tho Lungs
TIIK OUEAT AMKKIOAN CON
Consumption is NOT an fncurahlc dlsoaCe.
I'liynljlans nsMiro u thin fact. It in only
lieceiHary to havo tho itljjht Komody, and
tho terrible malady can ho conijuerod.
Hall's Balsam is tMs Beraedy.
It hroaka up tho night weata,rollevei the
opprusttlvo tlglitnuM aerons tbo lungs, smd
heals tho larcerated and excoriated fcurfaces
which tho venom oi Iho'dlnoabe produces.
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n ni.iy nui do mo isie io onect a euro even
alter the doctors havo filven you up
UbII'h lllm Is wld everywhere, and 1
".'V b ''f,1 n wa(e9la oftho rroprlJtors, ,
John K. Ulonry. Ourran ATCo . at tholr
1. eat Alcdlcme'warohSse.U am 0 Co lig, ,
Hall' llalsam lmdo iUre remedy for' J
(.oiiL'lis, Cpidii, rhoumona, Broncbfitln. "
Anthina, Splttliif- of Jllood, Croup. IVhoopi
mi; Cough, und all other dlsoaleaoi tho res
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t.lver Hyrup.Carhollo alvo,Kdey' Trocl
Oxyyeiittteailitters, ilotfa UverPJII.3
JOHN K. HENHY, CUmtAK CO ,