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OCTOBER 22. 1674.
reee sW Cltr m Connty
'lOWKH. CHUMfct. sMitoV and Publisher
'-TJMMI (HP THE DAILY HULLXTI5
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OV WJHKtT BULLITI.
' Tare ' Moatis
lmmUMr la edranoe.
Mtlw every Pce.
For Stato Treasurer
Tot BapwlBtendent ot Public Instruction
S. M. ETTEIt.
for Congress Elgbteeutb District,
9r mtfmmmuttnf-rtlileth JD.'stricL
FOUNTAIN E. ALBRIGHT,
FntsTThe restoration of gold and illvcr
Mtkebaelsof tbo currency; tlio rciumptlon
6f -fpeefe payments as soon as poseiblo with
oujdlsaetoto the"nrairacssof the country,
by steadily opposing inflation and by tho
py5etot tbe saUoaal Indebtedness In tho
money ot Um clTilizcd world.
- ' tf IrboioFm commerce; n
ther VUTMte but revenue.
no tariff for any
Thou Individual liberty and opposition
ifeuMH-The right and duty of the
SaaU'ioptoiect Its "citizens from extortion
and Bnjurt discrimination by chartered
rtrrH Btgld rastriction ot the govern
ment, both Bute and National, totholeglt
imate domain of political power by exclud
ing therefrom all executive and lcetilativo
interaaeddUa wiU tbo affairs of ;socicty
whereby monopolies are fostered, priril
edged clases aggrandized, and lndlvidua
. JM6Vw tuueceaaarU and opprctslvcly
, ,. Political i)ibeutory.
Tho following Central Committee
' wi appointed by tho Bepnbiican con-
grjonal convention that met a
Mound City, August 13,' 1874 :
, Alaoder county, O.W.McKealg;
f .Jaikaoo, BaaJ.li. Wiloyi
Johnson, A. J. Aldon;
Malta a, Henry Armstrong ;
Pany.8. J. Patks;
- ropa, IL TJ. Baker ;
Pulaakl, Oeorga W. Mertz, Sr.;
Randolph, D. U. McM.oj.Uii ;
union, ii, u. aunson;
"WUllamion, Mllo Brwin.
.VIM i 5
t tTho following Central Committee
wae appointed by tbo llopublican con
-mHoa of tbe Fiftieth (senatorial dis
trier, held at Mound City,. August 18
Alexander county, K. Ei VValbrldge ;
Union, T. H. Phillips.
,At the Domocratio conercsBional
lonvention, held at Anna, September
,;S,1874, tho following Central Com-
HUtteo for tbo JJightcentb district was
appointed : '
'Kandolph, Boverjy -Wlllshlroi
Terry, B. B. Kuiber;
(vyiUlamson, O. W. Goddard ;
Jackson, U. W. Androwa;
' TJ&ieo, Hugh Andrews;
. . Johnson, I. N. Piorce:
Hmisc, J. W. Thrift:
Pope, D. B. Phld ;
Pulaski, O bed Kdson;
Alexanoer, Jo tin u, Ubnrly ;
A-t Large, Judge F. Broie, Cairo.
-The following executive committee
for Union county was appointed by
the lUomocratio county conrontion that
mot in Joncsboro, August 24, 1874 :
... Judge M. U. Crawford ;
O. P. lllll.
Tho following Stato commitlco was
appointed by tho Demoeratie-Opposi-,
ties, convention, at Springfield, August
1st District, Egbert Jameson, Chicago
Id District, Wm. J. Onaban, Chicago
3d District, F. II. O. Winton, Chicago
4lh District, A. M.Harrington,Geneva.
- - Slstrlot, ita. Wright. FreeporU
. MtDUtlct, J . B. Drake, Hock, island.
7th DVsUlct, Oeo."W. Havens, Ottawa.
,8th DUtrlct, Waihlngton E. Cook,
tttsx District Ohu. P. Klncr. Poorla.
JOVh District, David K. Uoad, Oarthaee.
12th Dlitrtct, E. L. Merritt. HDrlnc-flM.
r ,13th DUtrlct. John A. Mallory.Havana.
tiu iJinnci, ii. u. uusoy, unampaign
iom district, a. u. i' ''non, Effing
. I'.leU District, O. D. Hoilos, Greenville,
17th District, "W. U. Krome, Edwards-
-i oil. i-ii..r tv rr n-r.
ta..iv.f i , . uivvui vail u.
10tk District, Jamas lMtoblnion.OInoy.
a l-srgs, xi. a. Aimer, unicago.
r. fAViarge, It. "W. Townsend, bhawneo
town. - At. Large, "Wm. Brown; Jacksonville.
Mr. lirown was elected chairman of
fTho following Central Commitlco
appointed by tho Democratio con
vention of Alexander county, at Cairo,
'TDlir Creek; Thomas J. McClure.
' aeeae'lataad, O. Greanley.
D( .Teeth, K Qonsacker.
Maalewoed, Jamas E. McCrlte.
..JWIUay wd. Jams. Cirroll. '
.i?Ul OJOrW H. possman, John
TKWley, Jobs Bogan and Dr. D. Arter.
The followeg Central Coumltteo
win nppointcany tbo Uemocratic-Llb-
eral convention ttis t met ot Anna,
September 4, 'J.874, and nominated
candidates for tbo legislature in tho
Fiftieth Senatorial District :
Alexandor, II F Wnko, J O Lynch.
Jackson, 1' Diiboo, .lotoph Uully.
Union, Oliver Ulll, T Jt Forine.
At Largo, T T Ilouton, of Union.
Mr. Olkmxrts, aftor tho election trill
lament llko the wbancdoodlo mourning for
Its flrit-born, and bo will caw a Ale.,
Old A.vDnaw Jnonaoy railing a
great rumjus in Tennesise. and will In all
proV-Dlllty bo roiarned to tho United
Ala. OtMttura' friends aro damning
the Oormani. Wbllo the Gormans voteo.
with the Eonubllcan part Mr. CloracnU
thought they were good citizen?.
Bxxa Guzzlibi li the name the He-
publlcani haro given to tho Oormani.
Parson Luee, tho editor of Mr. Ulomontc'
homo organ, says they aro drunkards
Call off your man, frlund Isaac, Or ho will
kick all your fat Into the flro.
Gov. HasnnicKa, of Indiana, will
ipo.kln Tavlorvtllo, Christian county,
thli itato, on tho 37th Init. We ought to
btve him come to Cairo. A ipooch from
Hendricks would boa good '"'ifc.t iIjo Ml, If ooaclod, wlllonmpilmfxod
' Un.fHr Wahi Ukkcuxk'h agmtaot edi
tor, Iter. GoorgoS. Merrlam, declares tho
dootrlne of endless punlihment to be an
explodod Idoa. How thankful Mr. Bcechor
ought to bo that there li nothing In the
idoa of flro and brlroitono.
PaxsiDBKT Grant propoies to publicly
deQne bit poiltlon on thothlrd-torrn prop
osltlon. lie will disclaim all hope or am
bition for ro-electlon, and will miort bii
purpoio not to bo a candidato again evon
if he ihould bo renominated. Evidently
the Oblo and Indiana elections have had
a good effect upon tho presidential mind.
In the nine itatos that havo olectod
congressmen this year, tho Democrats and
Liberals havo gained sixteen mombers.
If tho Opposition do their duty at tho
Xiovombor cioctlon, tbo next congreis will
be oppoied to tbe iniquities of lladlcali.m.
Tbo Democrats and Liberals of tho
tiShleonth district should not forget to
do their duty by rotlrlng Clomonie and
advancing Mr. Uartzell.
Every Saturday" has boon raorged
into "Lltlell's Llvlnc Ako." Ia their
announcement of the event, II. O, Hough,
ton & Co. say: "Thesotwo periodicals aro ii
sued weekly, and cover tbo lamo general
ground; so far Indeed that tho contonts of
one frequently appean in tbo other.
Tbero seoms to be no good reason wby the
same field should bo occupiod by both.
The combination of tbe two journals will
leavo The Living Ago the only olcctlo
weekly published in the country ; and tho
uuaxpired subscriptions to Every Satur
day, and its advertiilng contracts, will be
flllod by Tho Living Age. To tho readers
of Every Saturday wo tako pleasure in
coromondlng The Living Age: it will
eompleto tho serials now publishing in
Evory Saturday; its larger subscription
prlco Is mado up by its greater amount of
matter, and its reputation Is too well es
tablished to need words of nraisa from
Messrs. Lltllo & TGay, of the Living
Ago, in their card, say that their period!
cal, "tbe plonoar in its special field, will
on tbo first of Kovomber, through the
arrangement abovo montlonod, again bo
come tbe only poriodical of tbe country
which places before American roaders in
cheap and convenient form, and at tho
same timo with satisfactory freshnois and
completeness, the productions of tho ablest
foreign authors as contained in the peri
odical lltoraturo of Europe, and especially
of Groat Britain. This work it has suc
cessfully performed for more than thirty
years, and under tho arrangemont now
announced, It will go forward with in
creased rcssurccs and vigor.
"It will continue and complete tho se
rials loft unfinished in Evory Saturday,
viz : tbo remarkable story, 'Far from tho
Madding Crowd,' b7 Thomas Hardy, and
the "Three Feathers,1 by tho obarmlng
writer William Black. AHbongh.a higher
priced poriodical, it will bo sent without
additional charge to fill out the unoxplred
subicrlptlons to Every Saturday now on
tbo subicrlption Hit of Messrs. H. 0.
Houghton & Oo.
"The attention of thoio who havo boen
purobaslng Every Saturday of booksolleri
Is also rospectfully called to Tbo Living
Ago aa its only substltuto, which though
largor In prlco is proportionately largor
inline amount or 'tbo best periodical llto
rature or tbo world,' which it preients.
"tio euott will ne spared to rendor The
Living Ago ovon more than ever deserv
Ing of that large share of publlo favor
watch It nas hitherto always enjoyed."
Luxcu Evxux Dat. George Lattner
corner of Fourtoonth and "Washlncton
avenue, will furnlib horealtor, ovory day
to his patrons a No. 1 lunch, between tho
hours of ten and tweivo o'clock. Fresh
Milwaukco bcor and fragrant llav
ana cigars to be bad at bis bar at all
Lumuxh Still Goino Down, As wo
aro determined to oloso out our stock
ipeodlly, preparatory to winding up bui
Inen, wo will sell ail kinds of lumbor at
twadollars per thousand lets than mar
ket prices. A largo lot of lath and itovo
wood ca hand, which will bo lold at cor
roipendingly low ratei.
rJl.'J-9-tf Wall & Ent.
Maa. IIoltz nas Just returned from the
oast with a fun !tock of millinery goods
and ladles', mines' and children's ahoes ;
alao, a lergeiock of ladlos' hair switohoi,
and goods belonging to tho millinery
trade, cuffs, boilery, etc, with a large
lot ot notions, which iho will soil cheaper
than any other placo In Cairo, Storo on
the corner of Eleventh ttreot and Walk,
ington avenue. 2C5-0.22.tf i
Ddclffor of tho CiYU
A Man Without- Financial
Caught in the Act of Salary
TIio Tool of tho Cairo Rad
cirtL mania. whsce la olimxmt7
It li strange pateing atrange that Mr
Giomenls' position on tho civil rlghti bill
li not known to liii constituents; but thli
li tho fact. TUi Radical loaders, Mean
Pope, Bird and Oladnoy, do not hoiltate
to lay tholr candidate is an earnoit advo-
csto of tho moasure, but other Republican
and a fow Democrats assert, with equal
confidence, that Mr. Olooieats it oppoied
to tho bill. Tho fact seems to be, that M'J
Clomenti hai nctod with duplicity, and in
hit attorn pt to concllialo evorybody hat
both denied and nnorled tbo Radical
faith In thli Intnultoui roojsure. Wo un-
dontanii tnat llr. Clemen Is docs nJtdony
schools in tho States, lie adnlt ibis. But,
. . i i. i- it,- L ..... . ti i.r. iur.
bo claims thli fact will hmo no efToct on
Illinois, which has in fsreo tho mtxod
school syitom. Thts ii an apology for the
bill of a moit peculiar kind, It Is saying
In effect : "Illinois Is a mixed school State
now. Tho bill, if enaoted, will not effoct
us; It will simply placo tho other btatoi
in as bad a condition ai we are In." Ho
would. oompel tbe Southern Statu to adopt
a system wo have voluntarily adopted. Ho
would break up tho common school sys
torn at tho South, by congresslonalleglsla
tlon, becauso Illinois in tbo oxerciie of a
right, nas givon to negro children
equal rights with wblto children in the
public schools. Ho would do moro than
this. He would, by this bill, oflfer a bribo
to every lazy and rascally negro in tho
South to demand privileges bo would not
wish. Being refused a soat at a hotel
table, tho dirtiest nogro In tbe world could
suo, under this obnoxious bill, if It should
be enacted, and recover a floe from tbo
hotel keoper, which ho would put into his
pocket. Although Mr. Clements bis been
indeflnito In bis discussion of thts moasure
and has told its friends ho was its advo
cate and Its enemies that be was Ita
opponent, we havo no doubt bo will voto
lor It if he should be re-elocted ; and
against it It he should bo de
feated. It is thoreforo tho duty of tbe
anti-civil rights bill Domoorats and Re
publicans alike, to cast their ballots
against Mr. Clements, and thui Instruct
him to voto agalnta this measure ot lni
THE VINAHCES. WIIKHE IS CLIUKNTS?
On tho financial question Mr. Clements
is at sea, and in his discussions of it says
absolutely nothing. "I am earnestly in
favor of hard monoy," bo declares, "but I
am also in fayor of moro money. I would
theroforo return to speclo payments and
also gradually Increaso tbo volutno of tbe
gieonbaoic currency. Bat, at bjsl," ho
goes on, "tms Is a difficult question, and
it is posslblo I may yot be abloto compro
hend it." Thus bo mumbles on tho finan
clal question, end will follow tbe lead of
Sonator Logan. This will bo tbe blind
leading tbo blind.
BALART ailAlimsa. CLEMENTS, W0ERK
Mr. Cletnonts know that bis constitu
ents deslrod him to vote for tho repeal of
tbe salary grab law, but ho did not do so
until he was compollod by circumstances.
Ho votod for tho nurlbut modified grab-
to tnako tho salary of a member of congress
$6,500. In this mattor ho obeyed Logan
and Butlor, both of whom bad grabbed,
and who used tbo llttlo follows of tho
caliber of dementi to lot themsolvcs
A TOOL. CLEME.VT8, THOU AUT THE JU3f.
Alter Mr. Cloments had followed Sena
tor Logan into tho salary grab raicallty,
and had voted with Locan on the infla.
tlon bill, tbe ring ot Cairo tax-eators
Meisrs, Munn, Pope and Fisher con-
cludod to defeat him if bo should seek ro-
election. They folt In duty bound to
make tbo attempt. Their duty to tho
Presldont required thli. It is true Munn
protended to be with Logan on the finan
cial question, but Topo and Fisher were
pronounced hard monoy men and thov
did not hoiltato to say so. In fact tboy
made an issue with Logan and Clomenti,
and Inducod Southern Illinois In vntn
almoit solid against Logan in tho Repub
lican Stato convontton. Tils display of
strength compollod Logan and Cloments
to make terms with Pope, and thoy
did so. At flnt, In consldera
tlon of tho ro-olectlon of Air.
Clements to congresi, MT. Munn
domanded tho Cairo poitofllco for him
solf ; but this wai too much. Logan in
stantly objected. He remarked that he
would bo d-d if ho would pay that dear
for tho Clements whistle. Finally it was
agreed that Olemouts should be returned
to congrois, provided ho would not seek
tne removal or JUr. fisher from tho cus
torn bouso, and would secure tho rotontlnn
of Ool. MoKoalg in tho poit offleo, tho
-Er0.ng on his part to rotaln In
that office no olerk who was not a rolativo
oi ounor Jiunn or Popo.
This was tho agroemont. and anv rin.
zen who will voto for Mr. Cloments will
voia to rainy tms bargain of tho Cairo
Radical ring will vote to farm out th
fedoral offices In tbls part of tho State to
sutler, JUunnand Pope,
mi barber snop is on co corner o
Eighth streot and Commercial arenue
wbere J. George Stionhouao with bis gen
tlemanly assistants can bo found at any
hour of the day or night, roadv to aootbe
your feelings with a smooth shave, or cool
your temper and hoad with a good sham
poo. is is a nrst-ciass shop, and you aro
sure of recolvlng flnt-olais treatment
Ladles' and cblldron'a balrcutor curled
in tbe most approved stylo. 8-lC-tf.
A nlUrlm nn Time's Silent short'.
t I rest my weary fect to-day
L.OOK DacK upon ino norennore,
Tbe sun whlcb always glide tho yore,, ,
And sound my harp's lone Uf.
Here at the fect of yoiithfut ycir's '
I stnko tho lialf-roirretrul elrlnen
Sound the soft strain which gently clears
iuu iiiiniinuii vi ...... n ,
onu memory ever urings.
Yet why should 1 be sad? Behold I
ilj may looxi are Drown as yei;
io sliver sblnlrtr raid their cold.
No lines upon ny forehead scrolled,
Though Tims ami 1 have mot-
Aye, often met before" today,
For 1 Tlmo'steiant am while here;
And ho, before hUhoue of clay,
Haps regularly for Ills pay
On rent day once a year.
To obtalnwealth It Is not iiecciiary
to spell Well. Tosh Hillings Is worth 1260,
Mr. "Wbltslaw Reld gives instructions
to bis night edtor to do nothing hlcself
that ho can gelaoybody else to do. i
Tho Callfoinll vinlsgo this season Is
eillmatnd at lO.OlD.oOO gallons, autlnst
"Editor, autllir snd gonllemm" Is
what tbo Dubaqu Herald calls Ckarlos
D. Warner, a will.known literary man.
Tho lattor term hai bicomo almost ebio
leto. Alllm Coclnnll Htnoiltfoii.
ra Iho fiillawiog-touching but pracllola
information.! Uyoulrvour ooulna
you will nover uso any others."
Fetchor Is at bis farm In llstl a
county, P, reveling In a barn-yard filled
mm .ibcki m ny. il "loafs ' to lost on
thefragant heaps tni watch the rlilng
-Tho announcement that 9.000 00(1 VI.
. . . i . . i . . i
logrammes oi n.eniuKy and Virciala
leal tobacco aro to be sold in Havana,
would seom to Indicate that some ot our
'genuine Imported Havana" are frauds.
An exchanze aavs: "Mark Twain
doesn't owo much. of bis wealth to his
pen, but ho was wise onougb. to marry a
girl whoso father ownod a coalmine and
gas stock, and died and left it all to her.'
Ered Douslsis' son baa at last rot an
office. He (bas boon appointed special
agent of the postofilco department to
travel through the outh at the govern
ment oxpense and solicit subscribers for
nis lathers psper.
A Vermont dame .sent her L'randson
out to vote against Judgo Poland because
"tney aosay ha made that awful gag law,
and Iiuppose it ii tbecruoleit way of put
ting any nno to death that aver wai In
veuted.' Five thouiand ballots were cait the
ukuor n,gm oy uvo nunurea boys in a
New York prlmarvrun bv the Custom
Uouio. Tbo lads are well up in tbo first
of the three cardinal principles, addition,
uivmuu ana silence.
Wine, women and whisky. Among
the vacrants that hauir around tho l'hlla.
delpbla station homes, la a man once well -
xnown in mo commercial community, and
nuo uunng mo war was a urigaaier-uen
Dubunila India, t.lrn IW wn.t.
them and stay during tbe day at
husbasds' Discos of builn.ua a u,
wtin TlP A.
. .. . .... .. "
t"nijr jiroruu inai-'ino times are sadly
out of Joint."
In proof of Adirondack Murry'a elo-
Huoaco, u is siaioa mat a rale Sophomore
sat ana wept for half an hour on Centre
vuuivu nop., auer nearing mm. A ser
mon tnat could draw tears from such a
sourco could extract the sanuiuary fluid
ii remained lor a JUcbigan man to
devolop originality In a love affair. He
am notailc her lor a lock or her hair, or
purloin a nhotocraph. Ho slinnad In .t
tbe back gato ono n'ght and stole from the
ciotnes line, and carried home, pressing it
iu an acuing uosuuj, atr uer well, wo
Tbe following aro the numbor of let
ters In tho alphabet of five dlfforent na
tions: English, 20; French, 25; Italian,
20: Spanish. 27: Garman. in Sl.,ni.
. Ttll.it... ttl T . .1- . , . ... '
..U-...U, U. , i,.uu, ii j ureor, z :
UeurflV. 7 A r.Mn 'ID . II. t ri .
Turkish, 28 ; Sanscrit, 44 ; Chinese radi
cal characters, 214.
An Albany man. out nf niV .n
nearly starving, turned for comfort In bis
extremity to his sainted mother's Bible,
for the first time since ber death In 18C7
TmbJ ,uPPrlo and delight be found a $10
bill betweon tbe leaves, and lmmeadlstely
went an bis knees for the first time since
1840, With a lli;ht hoart and glittering
eye ho prayerfully started for the bakers
to obtain a loaf ot broad, thero ho found
that tbo bill was counterfeit uh.n i.a
s wore hoartly for tho first time In three
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
TflUNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAN
Offllce Over First National Bank. 3-15-3m
John 11. MulVey.
William C. Mutkoy,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Oflllcn. Vli-htli ii.i i..i... r
clal andAatbliigtoii avenues C-14-tf.
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
JViilIam ll.drcen. i
William II. Gilbert,
Miles F. unbent, I
Brgpeclal attention given
"u Blcam'.ojt busnlncss.
Office :j lOhlo I.eveo, Rooms .7 and 8 ovo
City National Hank
PITS CUBED FREE
Any person suffering Irom the above dli
ease h requested to address Dn. PitlCE, and
a trial bottle ot medicine will be forwarded
by express, FUEtC l
Dr. l'rleo is a legular physician, and bas
made tbo treatment of
FITS OR EPILEPSY
J,.tu5y ?r yws, and be wUl warrant a
aire, by the use of hit remedy.
Do notfalltoiondtoblra for trial bottle;
t coste nothloi;, and bo
will, ctjmb rev,
io matter or how long atandmg your caso
nay ho, or how many othoi remedies may
sae failed. ' '
Circulars and testimonials sent with
FREE TRIAL BOTTLE.
DR. CIIAH. T. PRICE,
And Dealer In
, Lime, Cemont, Plaster, JIair, 4c.
ISTI will sell in car load lots at manutso
turers prices, adding freight.
COPK11X , HAR1USON & CO.,
(Hueoessors to V. Hnrd ft Bon.)
ri.OI)M,JHAIR AND IIAT.
Wo 63 Ohio Tievofl, CAIRO, ILLS
Wood Itittenlionso & Bother
GENKRAL C'OIIMIBSION MKRCirAJT,
18H Ohio Lovoo, Cairo.
li. A. Thorns L.jj.Triouu
THOMH k BROTHER,
Uaooatoira to li. Al.HuUn,
'JOSIMISSiON MERCHANTS, BUOKEH
AMD DIlLXtlS IV
nsoptn and Vmnej (Istxerlcw,
iforelfrn and Domestto
FKTTITa j?i.2Sr3D 3CTTT Ta
134 Commarelal Avenue,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
lAUUMST VAKISTY STOCK I TUB 0
GOODS BOLD VERY OLObX.
dirnnr of XtaoSMntli lrrS ! Hnt
U. O. I'ATIKK
MILLER & PARKER,
FORWARDING MERCH S.
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY.Ac;
Agents for Fairbank Scale:.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS
JOHN B. PHILLIS & 60N.
(Successor to John B. Phlllis,)
FORWARD ING MERCHANTS.
-Dealers la . ,
MEAL, BRAN, &c
Agents for Laflin & Rand Powder Compan
COR. TENTH ST. ft OHIO LEVEU,
U A VSHH. E. J. AT XK
AYERS k CO
QENEH AL COMMISSION MEROHANT."
No. 7R Lvaa,OHtoOAio, Ilm.
W. Stratum. T. Bird
STRATTON & BIRD
Agents American Powdor Company
07 OSZO ZEYJEE. CAJJIO.
R, SMYTH & CO.
LIQUOR DEAL Ell
No. CO Ohio Levee,
Hotel and Restauraumt
122 Commercial Avonuo.
Two doors north of Cairo and Vlnccnncs IUIUottl
A trusty watch kopt night and day for
Trains and teem boats.
THE BEST OF ACCOMMODATIONS
for tranoieat guests at
TWO DOLLARS PER DAI,
Cairo Box and Basket (To.
f . , . ,
OF Att' KIND8, HABD AND SOfT,
Keep constantly on band
' ' . IM ,1 ' '. j It
h FLOORING SIDINQf
AlJBO.LATlJ V T
Mill and Yard, Connor Mth Stmt
'J and Ohio Loreo.
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Cliomicals, Patent Medicines,
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