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I Under, Cairo Jll. Well. IMro. '
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A Ueiicml HmikliiK llil-ilucs-i Hone.
tyV.xrhnufr lol.l ami liiiiiht InlneM !.!
n uie natiiiifii iMpHriiiiiiii iiiiernuiu in.wr,
and all Ii'isIikh promptly u 1 1 t-i I i l Hi,
City National Bank
TV. I' IIALI.IUAV, President.
IIKS'ltY I. II.M.I.IIIAV, Vl.nl'reil
A II M.W'rIMlll, Cuhler
VVALTKIt IIYHLOl', Am'I Uadibr.
HtAATK TaVWiII, . II. II (.'IN-I.HIIUU,
I., Ilit.l.lUAT,. tV. 1'. II ILlDAt,
ll Wii.lmumiv. MrariikN inn,
A II .Hachihi)
Exchange, Coin and United Statos
Bonds Bought and Hold.
IKrOSIT.S riT.Uiil and a Rtncral UiAIni
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
A II SAKKOItll, l'lvsMiiit
S f TA Vl.Olt, t Ur President
VV II Y.iI.OI', .- v mul Trt-wiirer
I U' lUiuLir, Cha OiALIMIItH,
' .M MOCMH-TII, 1'AlLli ."(Mill,
It, 11 CUXNINIillAW. II I, llALLIIKV,
J. M I'lllLLU'i.
L.V IKItr.8VH.lnli r"IU nt tlirrulr of a
l"rc'Ut kt amiuiii. .M.trdi lt un.l ktt-m
ir lat lnUrt not ulthlrauii U a'hlnl Ilium
lUlrty to tli- .rlnrlial nf Ihf ili-jxijit, llicirliy
iviu Uii-in niiiiLMiiiud liitri'At
Married Women and Children may
DopoHit Monoy and no ono
olsio can druw it.
)n fTtry IiIiiIiimmIj Iruini m tu.1i m
x. ."iitunliij' f nluf , lur bat lrif ilrMliji oi,l
riiru f) tn t o'l-lui'k
t-tn rcsor lo)
B. F. PARKER,
?aiuts, Oils, Varnishes,
vVoll Paper, Window OlnsH, Win
dow Shades, Bus.
Alu.y, on hand, thi' trhiali'il lllnuiliintln
A II HO It 4 Olli.
Ucrimr Klnvoiith Slrnut niul Wnalilnir
The Gamble Wagon
MANUKAUI UltKII ItY
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THKBEST and CHEAPEST W400N MAM
MAN UPACTOHY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Pourth Stroot
SIXTH STREET, Botwccn OniO
iLEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
UanufucturestaU own Horse Shoos and
cuu Aasuro uoou work. i
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
X. O. Ilviolia.
BINDER AM BUNK BOOK
nuUutln Bitlldlnir, Cor. Twolfth Strnot
unit WiiHliliiKtou Avtuiue,
t-t,'mmly and lUilroudWoik n Siwlally
,"'! r r-- Vr
II.I.IAM ft. tmiTH, M. D.
IlKSIDHNCKi No. 71 Tlililmitli stt-el. W
twnu Waaliiuxtou avenue ami Walnut strtet.j
OFFICK Vol III aide of Klahth atreet Up
tween Commercial ami Waalilnitonafenue.-,
RKSIIJKNCK Cdrner rtluth and Walou
OKPlCKl Corner Sixth atrl and Ohio Ur.
OVr!CK liOUUS' Krfililliii.lii. I2m.,an
In. in i hi h p.m.
Afforney at Law.
orKICK : At realdiiire on Mntli Street, te.
twnW'whltijttuii ave title arnl Walnut St.
jn. K. II. CANINE,
OI I K K ASM ItOIUKWKi Klxhlli .Mi t,
liilHiin W'u-ti I iir Ion ami l 'iiiiiHi rrlut AM'inie.
"If (.AlliO, I .
ltl:4l, KSTATt: AUV.XT.
JOHN a. HARMAN & CO.
'0NVKYANCKU8, M0TAKIE8 PUBLIC
Land Atreilts of the Illinois Onntral and
iiurllriKton una uuincy it. .
North Cur. Sixth and Ohio L.Te,
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wl.otfmlr and HrUll Id
Foroitn and Doxnestio
WIXJKN OF ALT, I4IIN,
No. 60 Ohio Lovee,
WfcHlt.'; MtVTH A CO. haT romUnlly
AYL a litif c itock of the bnil gouil In the uiar
krl, ami k!"1 mrn-clal attrntlon tulhr tiolaala
rana'b of tin limllifm
Evansvillo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Pudticah, Shawnootown, Evans
villo, LouiHVillo, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
'I III- IllirlValllit alilt-tt In i l alrAllirr
I). (I Kun Lk.it Master.
Ku. It. '1IIOMA4 Clrrli.
Vi 111 liMTi-KranarllU fnrfalrnrvrry .MuM'A Y
Kil l TIIUItSD.n nl I o'rlorV p In.
Lmwi Cuiruvwry '1 IM'.StlA V nd K It 1 1 A Y,al
1. llVIOi'k D. lilt
'I hi t-lrifan! ilili ulii.!.! Blniiiifr
Ilk. "J IIiiuami .Maalrr.
WaMKK H. I'luMNlNIITOM I IrlL.
Will Iravv Kvuniville fur Calio.vfry 'lULS-
DAY and Fill DAY" at t o'clock i. in.
Will liavi- Cairo t iry WKDNKSDA Y an I SAT
HUM 1 HI Ii iri'locK i. Ill
1 1ll- tlcK'Hllt 6lclc-H lii e BlrailliT
.lulls Coir MaMir
Mat. Williau. Ui-it.
Lvi'n Kraiisrlllit for Calm every WKDNKS
DA Y und hATUIlADY lit b I), in
UaTM Ciilmivtry IHUItSDAYand SUNDAY
at II ii. hi.
Kucli tout iiuIm cloie conni'cliont ut Cairn
Willi Ural-clan atntmvra fur M. l.ullU, Mrin
iihla und New Orli-ims. and nt Kvanavlllr with
lheK.JtC.ll.lt for all (mlnta North and Knit.
and Willi the I.miUvllli' .Mall Stramvra fiihall
oluU on the Uiijivr Ohio, KlvliiK Uirounh rt
eli.ta on rivlghit uud a9iniiK(ra to all poind
I'or nrthcr Information iipiily to
SOL. SILVKIt, VuaaeiiKvr Agent.
JIALLIDAYllltOS., I .,
.1, M. l'llll.l.ll'S, ' lAMn--Or
to ii. J. IJUAMMKIt,
oiuwrlnteniUnt und Uvneral Frelitht Ant,
liu.'..0lr. KvanAville Indiana.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Waablnt-ion mil Oominerolal
Av.nll.i. ariinlnlniv ITu n .... 1 u
KKKl'S for tide the Uat Ilecf, Pork, Million
Veal, IjiiiiIi, Siiuauge, Ac. and la pre
liriad U 'ervo iMmlllea In mi armitalile nianner
L, D. AKif, Culrn. U.K. Akin Chlniirn
Zi. D. Akin. & Co.,
Harness 1 Saddles,
Whips, Collars, Etc.
106 Commtrcial Avenue, - - CAIRO, 11X8,
rj-Tho.i. I'uvorliiK us with their luUronuge
will ilmt ii complete line of goods limit which I
lect.iitlioNom prices. lo-14-Wly.
Oflaca, "Bulletin. SullAln-r, Csm Twislftn Qtiaat und
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, MARCH 3L, 1870.
THE EMMA MINE.
What Mr. Schenok Sayu.-Ho Do
nios tho Chargo, of Original
Fraud, and Says That It la Mado
by Partioii Who Have Recently
PurohaHOd Stookiat a Nominal
WjifliiiNdlow, .March 2!.KxMinlitcr
Sulienck ajipcared litfore the Coiniiiiltre on
I'orelgn Aflaln toxlay, biiogloipvltli lilm a
rulrhel lllleil with paper, lie privately
t'Oiniilaliieil of Ih'Iiij; weak, not !ialiiKliilly
recovered from hl rctent attaek of icW
nen. F,Scnalor Stewart and other Ken
tclinenioniicctod with the L'nuna Mine
traimartlon are prcicnl. Mr. Schennk
read the loltoninc raper: "I ileilrr re
peetlully to talo to the ronimlttre Uial,
alnce. my arrival In Washington, I have read
the; printed testimony of .lamciK. I.yon
.mil Hiram II. Julin-on, In which tho char
Ke ngaltut mo appear to he founded. Toe
te-tlinonyol thoie wltnca-ci wai taken In
my ah-ouce and without any opporttinlty
(or crixi-pxainlnatlon, 'Ihl cWdtnce pro
poict to slion that the -ale ol the Ktuuia
.Mlno ly l'ark, llaxter and Stewart to the
KmioaMinc Co., of Ixindon, wan a fraud,
anil that, to the cotmiininatluu ol Mich
fraud, I knowingly lent the aiiUtanct' of my
naiiio and olUclal position. The chargi: Ii a
ery ;re one and I ak for the, moat full
Invcitlatlrtn of It. for that pu'poie,
althoiit'h not Invited to appear before the
Committee, 1 left London as soon a I
learnU from the new-paper what action
had been taken and came at once to Wash
ington. I illicit rot my vindication upon
tin; ulinjile -tatcment of my own connect
I ii with the transaction In iHetion, which
I propoie lo make, Irom which It will ap
pear that under a dnctre belief in the
value of the mine and the honcaty ot the
sale of It, I liouRht and paid for the idiarea
I hold now and auntnlced a large pecuniary
0f, but,avtlic committee, have received
evidence growing out of the preiou his
tory or the mine and intended to show that
It wa of little value and the ule of It wa
Iraiidulent, the coDllilcucu ol the lir.t own
ers ol the mine .va such that, alter their
ititcre.-t bad been lold and paid lor, 'out
ollhcin purchased largely of the itock at
high price, and also loaned the company
large Mim of money. I would further
alate that the ilb!eiUelit (allure ot the
iiiiiik wan owing lo mirmanai;ement in Its
working; that the mine U to-day, il prop
erly worked, in all probability a valuable
as it was claimed or tuppoied to be, atid
llnally that. 10 far a I know or believe, the
panlcitn Kngiand who were concerned in
the orl-,'linl purchase have never claimed
that any fraud or imposition wa- practiced!
that the claim havlug been wcureiy et up
by thofe who have bought nock since the
alleged failure ol the mine at tho nominal
price, It will be apparent to the committee
thai thli proof must Involve Hie Interroga
tion of a eiinelilerable number of witnesses;
and that the eildenci! i-Alinot he presented
eveept through the mean, universally em
piiiyed In .ividlclal tribunals Die examin
ation ol ivitiies-es by I'ompctaut counsel
aciilalnted with the ca-t, subject the
ra-e to Mich luithcr iueslion a any mem
her oflhe ejuinlttee may wi.h to put. To
conduct the imiulry by calling upon wit
ne.Kcsto e.umiii3 theiiKclve, or by audi
dculliiiy and Imperfect exatuluatlou as
must be made by a committee not Informed
ol the I .id', would be extremely unjust to
the party who relic- upon the tctliuouy,
and would tend tuobicuiv the truth, rather
than to diet it.
"I have therefore to rcapcctlllily illeitt
ol the Committee that the UMial privilege
ol ussihtniicc of proper counsel maybe ac
corded, .'ii well a (or the cross examination
of ultuo-c- who have tc-tllicd against me.
A-lortheexamimitiou of thoie whom I
desire to produce, should Ihe Committee
be pleased to accede to I his my ropiest, a
I cannot doubt ttiry will, 1 will he ready In
proceed ullli the crosx-exai.iluatinu ol wit
nesie oi my own tateincnt as the Com
mittee mav 'think mo-; desiralilo,
"I inn, I'fiitlemcn, very resneetdilly,
110 HT. O.SCIIKNCK."
KINGDOM OF AMES.
Ailaira In Mississippi Republi
cans Puzzlod Over Oovonor
Ames' Course-An Inquiry Bc
gardingtho Movement of Fed
eral Troops In tho State.
( Keridil Washington Dluilcli.)
Mlssltsippl republicans here arc puzzled
ami disappointed at tho conduct of (lover
nor Ames iu refusing to nominate a succes
sor to I. Untenant Oovornor Davis, who re
cently resigned. Too law nudo It tho duty
of the (lovernor to till the vacancy, and It
had been agreed upon that he should appoint
Mr. Musgrove, a banker of Jackson, a citi
zen held in high esteem by both parties,
and once voted for by tho democrats (or a
Statoottico, but for some reason when
Davis resigned the Governor baekoj out,
and republicans hint that It was because he
was morn anxious to make terms for him.
self with tho democrats, who have Im
peached htm, than to appoint to the va
can'.olll:euman who would lmvo been a
trusted leader for the republicans In the
Stuto and who wni rejected as a Just, cour
ageous au J conservative roan.
It is openly said that had Mr. Musgrovu
been appoluted the republicans could have
carried the Hiato next rail. It must ho admit
ted however, that this appointment would
have made the removal of (lovernor Ainea
on Impeachment a matt r ol lndinuicnco to
tho best republicans In Mississippi, Tho
latest news received hero Irom .luukson
leaves little doubt tliit Ames will be re
moved unless he shall have mado some bar
gain with Ihe denioornti, Mr, Morcy, ot
Mississippi, will lo niorniw Introduce a
resolution iuiuiriun' why troops have re
cently been tent inti several counties of
Mlssl-slppl, (or what purpose and by who o
command. Letter received here .stale
that lederaltrodps have iuddiiiij, tKl (or;
no apparent raue, appealed In two or three
Mlssltilppl eoiinllcf. and Ihe Inhabitants
are mivIoiis to know what It I all about. 1
Porou Plisali ii.
Thirty yenrs MO the Ituhber I'orou
l'later.a snperseiU'd nil other plaster?,
niul to n ilcgreo, liniments Mid tuber ex
ternal reuicdiei. Slnrv then It ha-, held
lt iiromlnciiri'. until recently, when the
old rubber compound li.n hi en preatly
lmirovct In Ik'nwn'H I'lipelne I'oroii'
I'laster, In various way.
First, llyso trrntltu; tho mbber that
It contains more rlcvtricity thmi fnrin
ti!;oiiil, lly the addition of enpclne, u
powerful stimulant, which cau-es the
pltcr to net Iminedlatelj and n'ally
iiicrrafic) Its ciriracy and uselulnets,
iiiaklnK it the best remedy known fur
t-olds, rbcumatl-ni. Inincncss of tin; liack
and muscles, kidney complaint, etc.
The manufacturers arc plca'ed to hear
that there Is a large class of conscientious
drugglst., who, liavinir becoino con
vinced of tMc ureal merit of itcnsoii's
Ciiiclnij riatcr, unht'sltatlnj,'ly a'coin-
mciHi ii ip tiie puiiiic. vi such arc ti.
Drclicr, Newark, N. U; Charles
Altliaui and M. M. Cook, 1 1 rook.
jyit, l . ; boiiinicr, Minis A"
Co., Quliiey, Ills.; Holicrt Powers,
Jtlchmoiid, Va.: K. .1, Harlc, New Or
leans, La., Oulllck ,V Uirry, Tcrre Haute
Ind., who pay "the results Irom the
sales ol Benson's Capclne Plaster, here
(Tcrre Haute) lias convinced ns that It
Is lar superior to ordinary Porous Plan
ter." and W. T. Weljer, Sprlnt'llelil,
Mass,, who says, "they seem to constitute
an advertising- medium of themselves
when introduced. Scud me four ross
The manufacturers also regret lo learn
that druggists, in some Instance, acting
from pecuniary motives, as though the
retail price ol IJcnson's Capclno is the
same as ordinary Porous Piasters, the
cost to them Is somewhat higher, have
used their influence to persuade custo
mers who ask for Bcnon Capclne to
substitute some other article tor them,
lie sure you get Benson's Capclne
and no other article for them. Be urc
you get Benson's Capclne and no other.
Price, 2! cents.
Seabury rt Johnson, Pharmaceutical
Chemists, X. V. To b obtained, for
twenty-five cent, of Barclay Bros., Cairo,
Tlinnlia froni Ihe Itvntbi r (tie
Wkli.inoton, I.onus Co,, O., 1
August 21, 1374.
Dr. It. V. Pierce, Budalo, New York i
Oeak .Sir- tour medicines, GoUkn
Medical Discovery, Ir. Sage's Catarrh
lle.nedy have proved ol the greatest ser
vice to me. .Six months ago no one
thought that 1 could possibly live long.
I bail a complication ot diseases scroful.i,
manifesting itself In eruptions and great
blotches on my head that made such
sores that I could not have my hair
combed without causing me much sinter
ing ; also causing swollen glands, tnusils
enlarged, enlarged or "thick neck," and
large and numerous boll'. I also Fullered
from a terrible chronic catarrh, nud lu fact
I was so diseased that life was n burden
to inc. 1 had tried many doctors with no
benefit. I finally procured one half docu
bottles of your Golden Medical Discovery
and one doen .Sage's Catarrh
Itemed and commenced their
ue. At llrt I was badly ills-
conraged, but alter taking four bottles of
the J Hscovery 1 began to improve, mid
when I had taken tnc remaining I was
well. In addition to the ue of I H-covery
I applied a solution of iodine to the
goitre or thick neck, as you advl-e In
pamphlet wrapping, and It entirely dis
appeared. Vour Discovery Is certainly
the most vvonucruu mood medicine ever
Invented. I thank God and you, Irom
the duplhs of my heart, for the great
good it has done me.
Very gratciully, Mi:. I.. Ciiaitki:.
Most mcdiceucs which nic. advertised
a blood purifiers and liver medicines
contain either mercury, In some (orm, or
potassium ami toiiine variously commiicii.
All of these agents have strong tendency
to break down the blood corpuscles, and
debilitate and otherwise permanently in
jure the human system, and ehniildthpre-
loro lie (iiacarued. nr. rierccs
Golden Medical Discovery, on
tho other hand, being composed
ol the lluld extracts of native plants,
barks and roots, will iu no case produce
injury, its eflccts being strengthening and
curative only. Sarsaparllla, which ued
to enjoy quite :i reputation as a blood
purifier, is a remedy ol thirty years ago,
and may well give place as it Is doing, to
the more positive and valuable vegetable
alternatives which later medical Invest!
tion and discovery has brought to light.
Iu Scrofula or King's Kvil, While Swel
lings, Ulcers, Kryslpclas, Swelled Neck,
Goitre, Scrofulous Intlamatlons, Indolent
lullauiatloii, Metcurial aMections, Old
Sores, Kruptlniis of the Skin and Sore
Hyes as in all other blood diseases Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery lias
shown Its great remedial powers, curying
the most obstinate and intractable eases.
Sold by all dealers in medicines.
Haoan's JUiinoi.ia Balm preserves and
restores the complexion ; removes freck
les, tan nnd sallowuess ; makes the skin
solt, white and delicate. Its application
cannot be detected. Il-lO-d&wly.
Lyon's Katiiaiiion makes beautiful,
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevents Its fall
ing out or turning gray. It has stood the
test nf JO vivir.s. Is I'liai'lllliii'lv nerfiiineil.
and has no rival. !f-10.ik;wiy
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern
. , . t. ai
Lightning Rods, Pumps, BtovoB
JobbiuK ProtnPtlr Done.
WHOI.KHAI.K AND KKTAIL
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th St. and Comtnorfctal Av
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
0. N. HUGHES,
Orar Mathnsi Chl's.
iN'aenteil1'111 ",l"l'''lM Coiupanha npre
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City national Bank Building, np-stairs.
Th OldaatEaUMUhed Airenoy In South
era Illinois, ropreaentlnsr ov-ir
ies ooo ooo
K. .1, Ayre. s. I), Ayrea
AYRES & COr
No (i Ohio lver,
BOX and BASKET 00
I Dealer in
All kiiuls haul ami soil,)
FLOORING, BIDING, LATH, &e.
Mill and Yard.
Corner Thirty-Fourth Streot and
STRATTON & BIRD,
AGENTS AI1ERI0AN POWDER 00
57 Ohio Loveo.
O. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
CH'KCIAL altentloi kIvcii tuconila-nnieiila and
, kj iiiunir orutra
: oaRATIVE INSTITUTE,
Mils. K, ,, LI'TZi .M, l. (iu cliiiiifc).
JriHil I'or errtuln very valniiUliiS.clllc. I'lomiit
cure of l'lli'i, Itlif iiiiKitimii and Nervous dlrines
1uiirnnlii.il. Il.ile niodi'iulr, Knr circular,
send -lniiii, .l-d.v im
BIfl HA Jl
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
Of World wido Reputation.
Acknowledged liyull irood Munlclnns lo ! tlif
IKfil I'UITIO HOW IIUUi'. ,
THE OREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which we have sold over 400 during
twelve years past, bcrmulug more and morn
popular ever)- day.
SMITH'S AMERICAN ORdAN,
Splendid tone, Power and durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A vciy Hue Instrument, adapted tu Instru
mental as well as vocal uiu-lc.
ALL TltK AIIOVK AUK OKI'KKKU ON
Kasy .Monthly Tayincnts, ut low llguren
regardless ol List I'ricca.
In (jreit variety, Including all tlnvnew
ami popular music ol the day.
tinier from the Country
promptly tilled and sent
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS
FltKNTIl HA HI'S, KT, KTO.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
Kuirlshcd to Order.
8TKIN0B FOU VIOLINH, UU1TAUB, KTC
Ol the licit Qualitr.
Classical Studios nnd Exercises
Of all KradiM lor riiinii or voice.
Ul3T"Kvcry Uc-crlptlon ol .Musical Mer
chandise (mulshed to order, promptly uud
at prices lower than ever ntlcied bet'um.
IKSi;V Al.iO III'
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
.Send lor Illil-triilcd CalaIoi;ue .'ind 1'rlee
List nflhesii benutlful Kroujics,
All Uoods Warranted as Uapraianied1
BOBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
WIT. 0ARBON(Big Muddy)
Orders for Coal by tho onr-load,
.on, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
sromptly attondod to.
ifif'To larKO oonsutnors and all
-nanufaoturors. wo aro urenarod
to supply any quantity, by the
-noniu or yuur, ut unuorm ratoa.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
3-llidllduy llro 'aotllce, No. 70 Ohio I.eire,
Ullallidny llro.'a wharf liout.
i-Ai r.ic iniaii iiiina, or . , ,
J-At the I'oul Dump, foot of Tiuity-r.lRld
O-l'oat Olllic Drawer, vm.
k'acts." a Trcailsa on tba
Wis erika ralud maira m
KCfipl ut a Irll-r SUiap.
Leading Journal of Southern
Wlllnteadlastly oppose the policies ol lb
lltpuhllcau party, and refuan to be tram
moiled tyihe dictation of anyclhjuo In the
It be. loves tbat the llepubllcan party Das
fullllled iLs mission, and that the Demo
cratic party as now organized shoulu he re
stored to power.
It beMeves the Hadical tyranny that tab
fer several years oppmsed the foutk
nhould be overthrown and the people dim
Southern States permitted to control then
It liclleves that railroad corporation
hhculd bo prohibited by legislative etarti
incuts from extorting and unjustly dsscrlm
Inatlng In their business transactions wltti
It recognlres the emiallty ol all men
fore the law.
It advocates free eomtserce larltl lo:
It advocates rt'suiuption ol specie pay
ment, and honest payment ol the mbllr
It advocates eennomy id the aduiluistia
Hon ol public all air-
AS A NEWSPAPER
The Uiillctln will publish all tho local news
ol Cairo, and a variety or Commercial, !
lltlcal, 1'orclnn and Ueneral News, and en
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