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HfrnrttUf Mnllcr oil r.Sjr.V PiiRP.
JOHNH. OBERL.T, Editor.
I'tvi: ladies prmliialtd from the Wom
an' lloillnl Medical Collejro of Chicago
Tim Iti'imXlleaiM ofOlilo tvpinl Hon.
Wmlu u tlio mot nvnilallo cmihIIiIhIc to
put Into the Held npalnt (Sov. Allen.
Oxi: liuiulml nml thirty-live ltepttbll
ran members of Congn m voted for tliu
Aim Mil. Ninety-sl.x of these retired nt
tin; close of tliescsiim Jtisteniled. Tlilr-
tv-nliicnrv member." ol the new term.
I'om: colored report from the. lllnek
1 1 111 s have roncd rre;it excitement In Da
kota Territory and the northwestern por
tion of Iowa. Gold, It Is Mild, enn he duj;
up hy the binliel all that U needed l
A Tkxniwski: leirMator Inn Intn
duecd a hill Into the jfcneral noinbly of
llio State to abolish the hw licensing ho
tel.. Tills If a move to enable the hotel
to evade the. civil rights law hy -roln;
under the name of private hoarding
Tin: loeal editor of the Memphle Am
limtht gushes a follows over the return
of Spring: the flowers of Spring
bloom forth, the gentle maids who come
fo Mt n during the gay Reason arc pre
wiring to leave for thu nylr.ni dale mid
ylchs where they can enjoy rural life and
warble sweetly with the bird."
W.sxatah, Indiana, has a eascof witch,
rrali. A woman there ha' broken
out with pores nil over her body mid her
hnir has Ix-come i-tangled nnd matted
that there 1 not a comb In the village
strong enough to straighten It out. The
people nns greatly excited, and threats
have, lecii made lo kill the unfortunate,
it II Is feared her dla-iiK: may extend to
Tho dUtresb hi the towiiofManyyunk;
oaiiel by the late freshet on the Schuyl
kill ltlver, If much greater than wns at
llit siippo-id. I'iftcon thoii'nud people
are reiidnil entirely homcle-; hon-es,
railroad track', telegraph poles etc., have
been' submerged, anil the scene N one of
grcatdMre-sand inl'ery. Every tenement
hou-e In the village has been decried by
its occupants, and the prospect-' lor the
ileere.e of the Hood arc 'innll nt preent.
The river U runulug twenty-live feet
above high water marl;.
ItEmiui'A.v papers, even Mrict Itepub
J,sili paper? like tlir Chicago Tribune, do
'mdly to the. I'orce bill. The
!OUTHIUT HAlJUiw.f ,t. Kepublicans
K.s m.i' at iiud
Ohio ljrr. m foil' w
.1 t ki A M
' .r u."i Iri lgli'. lutvtui 1iU iriit
I" M , .m '. i-nvi'.nt-! ' i 1' M
i 1 . .ill ii". i i 'fi x t n 1 i
M. Vn. bill, for
i i. '. ,
v est open, wnii laeiiiucs lor reacmngnii
the South such as no other city In Amer
ica posaecs rivers unfettered In Win
ter by Ice, and mngnlllccnt wharves
crowded with commerce ; nnd calling at
tention to these advantages says : "Cairo
Is bound to lie a manufacturing city. Xow
Is the tune for men who want to enjoy
the benefits of her great future lo iden
tify their fortunes w Ith her. Never again
will be afforded .such opportunities for
making wife and profitable Investments."
Cnlro Is hoiiirtl to ben nianufacliiilug
pity." Wo believe thl ; hut If Cairo Is
to Ik-such a city speedily the cltl.en of
Cairo must act. They intiH not lt any
longer stolidly and let opportunities p:t.
They must not permit the Verltaes,,of
llopkiusvllle, or any other Hie, to till
alone the trumpet ot her pral'c. They,
too, must blow that horn, and blow it
long nnd loud. At present what arc
they doing? Nothing. Walking around,
looking n little gloomy, waiting for the
good time they are Mire U com
ing. They are almost nil of them Mlcaw
hers. They arc tun1 "oincthliig will
turn up," but they arc not attempting to
turn up anything.
"Cairo k hound to h- a matmfactuilug
city." If 'ome per-on had moved. Ilftceu
year, ago. to amend lhlscntciicchy Mrlk
lug out the words "N bound to be.'' and
Inserting In their stead the word', "might
he made," Cairo would have been better
oll'to-day. '! bound to bo" ha almost
ruined u. We have not made any ell'oit
to make Cairo a great city, because every
body has been saving: "Cairo I bound tu
be a great city." "Don't. If you please,
good City Council, pile on the taxes. If
you do, Cairo cannot hope to become a
great city." And the Council ha replied:
"Don't be afraid, Cairo i bourn! (hn
great city." To the people. It has been
said: "Let us be careful and elect a good
man .Mayor and good men to the Council.
.Such men win help Cairo to become n
great city.' The people have inlled, nnd
aid: "That has nothing to do with It.
Cairo N bound to hea great city anyway."
And so on. "1 hound to he." has been a
wretched stumbling block hi the wnv of
"Now Is the time." "Veritas" 1 sure
that "now l the time" formeii who want
to enjoy the benefit;) ofCiiircA great fit
tore to identify thcnielves with her.
'Veritas" Is in the right again; hut "now
Is tho time" lor other things alio. "Now
Is the time" the citizens ot Cairo should
nuke an effort to help their city to grcnt-
ne". "Now Is the tlmo" the people of
Cairo should organize Into associations
to advance the Interests of the city.
"Now ! Dm time" wo should nil take a
long pull, a; strong pull and a pull alio
getlicr as they say at sea, and pull Cairo
Into that greatness we havo for so long a
time unanimou-ly nirrccd ohc Is bound to
Never again will bo afforded to Cairo
siieli a .splendid opportunity to make hay
while the sun shines. It 1 the time for
t'ltmrnl the ino-t effective kind in the hi-
mlttee. As soon as wercail "KalrI'lay,"
yielding to that spirit or chivalry thatlwa
so long distinguished us, wc gave notice
to Mr. Fisher Hint we surrendered our
night to Mrs. M., and nked him to acl
upon this Information. We arc nuns fcomo
one of tho other gentlemen lecturera will
Imitate our example and glvchl" nlghtto
any lady who n-ay wlh to reply to Mrs.
M. "Our side" would notlie a'jytning
cl-e than 1'ilr.
In thU pontrovei -y the lliUelui has oe
ptipled it peculiar position. It Is related
lo Mrs. O. and has therefore hesitated td
attack her. It could notile lo that moral
height. It has not yt advanced sufll-
clciitlv to do that. Hut It has lx;en bravo
enough to not defend her, and now It
pines to have some one put a lance at
rest nnd rush upon her provided she
lias an opportunity to otrlko back. Wo
understand her to nk only blow for
blow, and we are witling to concede that
favor to her the favor of (air play even
If she Is our well, related to us.
ir 1 1
11 . I'OhKllftirn.
i -i'. ;i . more of that class of
. i ui . juM.-ti-ii;lu special legMatioii. Thov
irav furnished the Oppoilion with a eajil
tut for ilcnuuclatloii which cannot fall to
be used with effect among u people who
want pcaeu nnd order, law and popular
government, not .strife, dictation, and
NiiAM. wi; .nrsTi'.n?
Thu Committee on Railroads of tho
House of Representatives, has reported
favorably on thu bill for the enrollment
of thu militia and the formation of a State
We hope this bill will become a law.
We swear by .IcH'crcon, and he once
(if our memory does not mislead us)
made some complimentary reiiiarksnbout
a well organized mllltla, such a militia as
we would have under HiIh bill. This fact
alone would Incline us to the Mtppoit of
the bill; but we become Intensely Its ad
vocate when wo remember that Federal
troops were called to protect the citi
zen. of Chicago utter thu great tire, and
(!ov. Ilcveridgu had no armed troops to
repel the Invasion ofourniilat Fast .St.
I.ouU by St. I.ouls prizo-ilghters. Keally
we need mllltla, so that when a great lire
occuri. or the rascals of other States
threaten our sacred soil to pollute by the
pressure of their feet, w e may have armed
men to maintain the dignity of Illinois.
Jlcsldcs, how glorious Is niuter day I
Milwaukee beer to nn expert beer drinker;
sour math to a member of the General
Assembly; rest to u citizen of I'aducah;n
point of order to lion. A. M. Jones; nn
opportunity t" make a "point"
to Speaker Iluine-; relatives to President
Ornut; watermelons to n colored gentle
man, are nothing to trniuhigday to a true
Here hi Cairo such a day would be a
delightful oecadon. Wldte and black
would mingle in splendid equality, and
General Wilcox, with martl.il air, mount
m1 upon his licry steed, would prance
along the lines glorious hi the panoply of
peaceful war, Colonels Halllday mid
Dunning would frown defiance at Imag
inary enemies; Major Davis, of the Sun,
under the Immediate command of Colo
lonel Halllday, and Major I'ace, or Colo
nel Duimhig'8 regiment, would sparkle
at their po-ts; and olncers and private,
all gorgeous in martial clothe-, would ho
tilings of beauty and joys forever. Noth
lug would please us belter than such n
day. Let us have It, by all mcan !
t 'Aino-jrw is tiu;;tih:
On our local page will be found a short
communication from Hopklnsvlllc, Keiv
tucky, written by "Veritas," toiu an un
known correspondent. To this commu
nication wo Invito the attention of our
"Veritas" appreciates the many ad
vantages of Cairo : cay accm to tho
nw material a large nnd good market
that may be cheaply and fpeedlly reached
at all reasons of th year the South and
ln nn n t too n.'i -li lo el.ilm Hint the ui-
II mil A'n1 .! arotSy li.t uift rhiH'-t wnii lie
v ii W Tin- i l,i in i nn, 'ii f 1. 1, iiimi, t
I llli.tH 1 111 IlM '
right"." Two weeks after, .Mr?. Obcrly
replied from the sanio platform. And
now comes a correspondent of the Sun.
saying : "The lecture committee refuses
to permit Mr. .Martin to reply to Mrs.
Obcrly. Is this fair? Does 'the com
mittee believe It right to allow only one
side of the (pietlon to be discussed? tt
would scorn so, since tho committee will
not penult a reply to Sirs. O., and gives
as an excuse, Hint all the remaining nights
or the course have been given to gentle
men.' Inltsparroty manner the .Vm
responds: "How true!"
Wo think the article by "Fair I'lay"
contains a gross Insult or Mrs. Wardncr.
lie had no right to say, by Implication,
that tho lecture of that lady amounted to
nothing that, unless a reply to Mrs. O.
were permitted, only oue'sldo of the ques
tion would Im heard. Mrs. Wardncr's
lecture was really excellent both in mat
ter and manner, and hi its sentiments
generally met the approval of the Hci
i.ktix. She dUcussed the question thor
oughly; and, wo believe we know Mrs. O.
well enough to say, that If she had not
appreciated the force of .Mrs. W.'s lecture
she would not have believed a reply to It
.-.ecetsary. Tho Sun has no chivalry or It
would not permit an attack so mean upon
a lady -o amiable and able as Mrs. Ward-iter.
VU have been on the W ardncr side of
tho controversy from the first, and are
anxious to hear Mrs. Martin's reply to
Mrs. O.; but wo do not believe "our side"
should tcek any advantage. Of course, If
Mrs. .Martin replies to .Mrs. O. who re
plied to Mrs. W., .Mrs. 0., or iomu lady
on her side of tho question, should bo
permitted to reply to Mrs. M. We be
lieve It would not be qulto fair to double
team on'Mrs.O., w ho spoke her piece and
relapsed Into silence. The Hrixirrix, tho
Cimette nnd the Sun, all being advocates
of advanced doctrines, have not permit
ted thology sldu to have much to say, and
would, had tho deluded people
who wnnt the world to stand still havo
said anything lu defenso of Mrs. O.'s po
sition, have put them down. "Our side"
has had ono lecture, a ".Mrs.
Oakes," an "Karuest," a "Hope," a
"Fair I'lay," a Gazette acting upon ltn
pulse, a Sun obeying orders, mid a lti?i
i.r.Tix Impelled by devotion to principle
and the other side tho fogy, haby-nurs-lug,
side-has had only Mrs. Obcrly, with her
snort lecture, nnd "Truth," who seeinrd
to navo more admiration for Mrs. O.'s
"plain hair" than the sentiments of that
lady' discourse. Therefore, wc believe
"our hide" has had fair play, nnd that
"Fair I'Jay" played unfairly wlih
the truth when ho said Uir other
side lind has matters all Its own way.
2ut "Fair Flay" says tho lecture eoiu
inlttco gave as an excuse for choking oil'
Mr. SI., that gentlemen had nionopo
llzed nil the remainder of tho lecture
course. Wo madohnMoto relieve the com-
F.uropcau troops have been with,
drawn from Yokohama.
John W. Champnu has been iiomlu
sited for I'nlted States Marshal for Iowa
Iliilllon w ithdrawn Irom the ll.ink of
Kngland on balance Tuesday, .COO.OOO
Hy a railroad ucchlciitnear I.ltchlteld,
F.iiglmid, thirty persons were injured.
Klirht Conservative Senators took
their scats Tuesday morning In tho I'd
Tho bill to repeal the local option
law passed the Pennsylvania llou-e final
ly Tuesday morning, 1'JI to 51.
(Joncral FitJohn Porter has been n
pointed hy Mayor Wickham, of New
York, Commissioner or Public Works.
vice CJeo. M. Wannost, resigned
.John Mitchell 1 utterly prostrated
and has frequently fainting fits. It I
thought ho will be compelled to withdraw
from the election contest lu '1 ipperary,
The President, Tuesday, approved
the act making an appropriation for the
payment of Invalid nnd other pensions of
tho I idled States for the year endln
.TuuellO, 1H70; also the acts llxlng the
number of paymasters hi the army, and
I lie nets to authorize the promulgation
of tlie government of the army.
The West-bound paengcr train on
tho Indianapolis, Cincinnati and I.afaj
ctto Railroad, Monday night, was thrown
from the track near I.nwrenccburg by a
broken axle, and a tramp who was steal
Ing a ride on the forward end of the pos.
tnl car was Instantly killed. No others
01 all the handy tools orthe day there
are none more lndipctisahlo than De
portable hydraulic Jack. It Is made In a
compact form, Is very light and strong,
and capable of exerting Immense force.
The smaller sizes arc scareily larger than
a common cast iron cistern pump, yet
with one of llie.se a man can lift two tons
weight hy a simple motion of his hand;
they range from this size up to machines
ot one hundred and lllty tons capacltv
'Pit.,,, nm n1il liv flu. mnulr..1
Next Door to Stuart & Gholson'B
pcmoof $123, who Fay nothing will do any
good but ii surclc.il operation,
.lulv llitli, Ibli, ho writes thut: My wlfu
has certainly roecived great bene It from tbc
use ol your Discovery, for she wai not nblo
to get ii tr the tied ami was nst expected ti
live a week when the commerced using It,
a year ago. ene ms uccu tioitgmoit ol
her work for over six months. Hasmcd
twenty bottles and still using it. tier re
covery Ij considered us almost r mliatle,
ami we aitriuuio ii uu io me uo oi your
tamable medicine. lean cheerfully re
commend It ns n blood purifier and
strength reitoicr. .f. M. ltonixsON.
I'lscovcry lisoiu uy anijfgisis. a-s-iw
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
riilli: llt'l.t.KTIN Uiiii'ilUlinU'uryiuomluf
(except Momtnjr) hi Uir llullttlii Ilnlldlng, cor
ner Watluugton awmic ami Twelfth stiret.
Tins ltn.l.Ktis l ktshI to lily ubicrllM by
fallhrut carrlirtatTwfiity-Klvc Unit a Week,
payable weekly Hy M.ill, (In trancv), 10iwr
annuini stx tnontlii, t'l) llinr inonlhs, one
uionlli, 91 i.
THE TOKLY BULLETIN.
l'ulillstitil eMry ThurUy morning nt 4t 23
lirrnnnuiii, Inv.irluMy In advance. '1 lie (milage
ou llic W'cikly will tx- )iri-irtll at tlil oDlce, mi
lint miIociIIhts will obtain for a nb"-rlitlon
liusliipAft Cnnls, Jier nnniim 4, If)
One square, mie Insertion, t ()
One siuwre, two limertloitf,. 1 .V)
Onu e'jiuuv, one week 2 ,V)
One S-Hl.lle, two Weeks 3 til
One square, three wtrkB,. i oil
One iire, one inonlli, !i (
One t'liinre, one fnertion -.tl W
Kftch subniiieiit Insertion, . M
E30ne incli fa a siure,
S3"To regular advertl-ers weonVraiiiitrloriii'
cluccmcntt, liothat to rate ot diargrs nnd man
ner of (ll'.lnjlng tlnlr fmnrs.
62"Noltcei In local roliiinii lim-rtnl for Klf-
(ecu Cents per line for one IiimtIIoii, Twenty
Cents a line fir two Inwrtlom, Twenty-Five
Cents n line for three, insertions, Thlrty-rUc
Cents ii line for one wrtk, nnd teunty-Klc
Cents a Hue lor one montli,
axii tuiM.r.n in
LIME. CEMENT, PLASTER,
Undor City National Bank.
T WIM, Sfll In ear-load tuH at iiia!iulclincn'
X price, aiming Krolghl.
FLOUR AND GENERAL
JOHN B. PHILLIS
Cucfeoor to John II I'lilllls)
And Dealer In
HAY, ORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, etc.
Agenti for LAFLIN & RAND POWDER CO
ZCornor Touth Stroot and Ohio
t MathiiM. V. C flit.
MATHUSS & UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
Ctk Oliio Iiovoo.
E. J. Ayiitt.
.1 I). Ayiei.
quulitlei; boeame known finrit
Communication upon buV7i,
eral Interest to theQ 'oJT'El1:
- liiilt Klioitin,
.-1 itiujfworni, ami in
o.t oral ions ol'tlic UUm iih.
itomacli. i.ntl Liver. It nl
'li-T coiiipl lint", lo hleh It wouM not
:. m i --jin-iriUy Rilapted, uu-lin lit oi)--:'.
Ijsiitiislfi, je'iiH, Iscutiilifia,
jm:.t-i uimniso, i t'iaai8 wunl:-
lit . iJcbllitv. nml T.oiu'ni-i"!iii.
reveneil, nml iiiiuiut'neturern run alter w thev nn- ;nn'i;fi -t.itiuii- o.' the
Inventor ,lH,,inr lilm to I'uruMi them
tnto," Im! Ju.st leen iirodueed nt
Homo by I'lotro Co'sn. Its .succcs Is ex
traordinary. During the tlrtt iierform
nneo tho nuthor wn called heforo the
eurtnlu more thnn twenty time?. The
Koinaii cities tay that It treats with extra
orilluuty power Iheyreat religious tiie
tlons whleh agitato the world. The
truth, however, would rather teem to he
that these que? Hon arc Hiom! which agi
tate, not the world, but Italy. The
w orld at large has become quite lndlU'er
cut to filch qccstloiis. lu the United
.State, lor Instance, a play might be
written dealing with them in the manner
worthy of Shakespeare's genius without
exciting any extraordinary attention or
enthusiasm. Hero religious controversies
do not directly aflect tho political or prac
tical Intcrc.'U ot the country; but In Italy,
and perhaps hi Germany also, where n
violated conflict prevails between the
Cathollu Church and the powwr of the
.State, the minds of the people are very
R'nsltlvo to any di-cusslon which relates
to that conllict. This is the chief reason,
Mosuppoi-o, why the play of Mr. Cossa
ha been received with m much admira
tion in Home.
The blood being the source from which
our () Hems aru built up an J from wnlcU
wederhe our mental asellan iliynlcal
capability, how Important that It kliould I) a
kept pure. Jfltcnutalns vile fcstcrlm; polk
ons ull orh'nio fuuctloiu aru weakened
thereby, antillng upon Important orann,
aa too Iunj(i, liver or kldncyii, tho cllect la
moatdUaatrous. Hence It behoove every
ono to keep their blood In a perfect healthy
conJItlon and more otpccially does tula
apply at this particular Honton of tlio year
than attmyolber. No nutter what tho ox
cltlnK causo may lie. the real cruise of a
large iiroportlon ol nil diseases Is bad blond,
Now Ur l'lerco docs not wlrh to placo Ills
Golden Medical Di-covcry In tbu ciUuIokuc
of quack patent nostrums by recommending
It to euro uvery illsoan, nor docs he reccom
inond It, ou tho coutrur thero aru tmudreds
ofdincaits hcackuowledgcs It will not cure;
but h at he clatmi la this, that there Is hut
ono r m of blood disease that It wld nut
cure, and that disease Is cancer.
He doei not recommend his Discovery
for that dteaie, yet ho knows a
to be tho most searching blood cleanser
yet discovered, nnd thai it will free tho
blood and system ol ull other known blood
poloiiH, tie they animal, vegetable or min
eral. Tho (Ijldon Discovery Is warranted
by him to euro tho worst form of Skin Dis
ease, an all lonna of matches, Pimples anil
Ktiiptlonii, also all Glandular Swclllngo, and
thu wornt I mm ot Scrolulous and Ulcerated
Sorts of Neck, Lei;s or other parts, and all
Hi'ialiilou Dheases of tho Hones, as Wlilto
iiwellliiK', l'ovnr Sores, Hip, lolnt and Spi
nal Diteases, ull of which belong toScorfu
CO.NKIIIMKI) llll' 'JOINT PIHKAHE CUI(Rl)
W. CIhove Station, la., July it, ie;a.
t r. riKlirE.IJ-fralo, N'V.:
I)c r Sir My wl(o first becanio laiuo
nine yearn oro. SwclUnics would; appear
and (IWappear on'her hlp,,and the wan grad
Unlly becoming reduced, and her whole
rutin rotten with disease In 1871'a swel
ifinr brokeon herhlpdlscharglngargoquan
title, and Mneo that tlmo there aro sevea!
r f liloijs. Have had lire doctors at nil ex.
"it reitoivr of In alih
U i :i
i i ii ii . ii .ii . i-in"i id
Jl i i i hi i'h i r. m tmlarlr
i"1 ' mi l if. nun iar.) niucii wiwm.
tt llluftrailn'ii or eiimi.i tu nti are full
nnd irtt. . ami wc prepareil liv ur Instil,
-latnera. vVlt'i ulrtiil itioa o. IJO.iiixi. tho
Wi-oklyla icsuh let by hair n mlltlon
persona, an I IU l.iltui-tice as an r-;uti ol
opinion I Pimply treinendoiH. Tin- Week
ly mulnUI'i. a Klilvo pitnltlou, nrd ex
preaiiw decided viuMraon liollli.-! mid so.
uial priibb ran. ltulsvlll) ..oiiil. r-.Kmrnl.
Iti aMiolen arn iiiotlclx of Inti-toiicl
runlon, and lU pictorial lllutraiiii. aiT
often conolKiratlvi) arifiimeiii of n. no ill
torcr. H. Y. lCxaml tier and ( broulelj
1U papers upon uxtawnl quet on ami it
lnlinlt-iUlo car.oona help Ui moulil tho a-n-lltiieou
ol the country Pitti-buri; Uom.
1'ottaxs free to aulerlticr In Uie United
Harper's Wnokli, ulie u r .. f4 00
l''ur dollar-, ''lu.li-. pri-pm nn. : t oil'.
y. iiusluKe l) llir puhll-hi-r-.
S.u linen n I ii- in ILrMi'. M. ,i,
im Ki' . ai .1 ra.ar, on
ai lr' 1. 1 ii,
HIKES OF AZli KDFKfi;1''",',1 "-T-r'. i-.. :....
No. 60 Ohio Lovoe,
MKSf.lt' SMYTH A CO. have anlly
u Urce stock (if the liet gnodi lo the mur
ket, and (rlvecH)ieelal attention to I li "liulcNilt
much of the limine
Stoamboat, Hotel and Family
AND UKALCII IN
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
Piah, Eggs, Northorn Butter, &c.
Between Washlneton and CommercirJ
S3t!ools drl eri'd free of charge,
IOE! IOE!! ICE!!!
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
WholeiaU and ltftolt Dealers In
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIHO, ILLS, and COLTTMBUS, KY.
CAIRO OFFICE t
At Hulan asWnaon'a, Corner Twelfth St.
and Ohio Lovoe,
WK will; inn an Ice wukdii throiiKhoitt the
Heaaon, delivering pure lake I in any
part of the city ut the lowest market price, und
wilt lo furnish ourfrieiiitu ouuide the city with
cuhy tho cake nr car loud, puckeil In wivi'dust
oranlvnient to anv diutanre.
FOR LEASE OR RENT.
BPLENDID DAISY FABM.
A urnall farm coiiUlaliiff elhty acies, situated
three miles from Cairo, on the Harrow (iaugo
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onbaiue. Slxtyacre undcrriillhatloiii all un
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iwrty wuhini? to enyaxe In Kalry FarniiBS.
Trims low to cult the timen. Yor further Im
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Heal Kitatc AKenia,
Cor. Sixth and IvoeSts , Cairo, flllnol
Wholoaulo nnd Rotnil
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS,
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