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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1381.
IMMENSK LINE OF
HATS AND CAPS,
FOR MEN AND BOYS,
OF THIS L.A.T15ST STYLES!
Wo have now on hand a largo assortment of Gents Underwear,
varying in price from $1.00 to $100 a suit; and we will also show
a largo line of Gents Hose of all qualities imrt prices. Our line of
TIES AND SILK IIANDKKKCHIKFS
Cannot be beat for style and quality. We have also a large assort-
And in fact you will see a large stock of everything in the Furn
ishing GoodsTine, at the
Chicago Oue Price Clothing House, cor. 8th street and Com
TOE DAILY BULLETIN.
Office: Balkttn Bulldini;, Washington ATenue
ENTERED AT TUB POST OFFICE IS CAtHO, IL
LINOIR, AB BKOOND-CLA.S8 MATTKK.
OKKloiAL PAPER OF CITY AM) COrNTT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Snticcf in thin column, uiia cem per line for
firctaml Ave cetitu vr lino .ri ml'Tniii'Tit tuiT
lion. For on wei'k. : cent prr lin. lur one
mouth, BJevnu )ier iinu.
at A. T. DcBaun's.
Fresh arrival of Select Oysters at Avin
ger&Tharp's Restaurant and European Ho
tel, Ohio Levee, next to City National iJnuk,
every day, and served up to order in the
best style, conked or raw, at any hour of 1 1 ay
or night. Also for sale at lowest market
prices, by can or uuart, for family us-.
rules men, women and Bocicty, Kings ami
Princes acknowledge its sway, and l'ublie
Opinion is sold only by H. .Meyers, sole
agent for Cairo, Illinois. Dm't tail to ob
tain a supply.
Ice, Wholesale and Tiet.iil.
1 am now prepared to sell ice by the car
load, or loy thu puund at prices beyond
competition. My wagon will run to all
parts 01 the city during summer, serving
ico to customers in eiuantitics to suit
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. My ice is Pure Lake lee, from
the Kankakee Ico Co., Kankakee, 111. 'lei
cphone No. 92. F. M. Waku,
at Do Baun's 5U Ohio Levee.
For Sale at (irceuficld'n Landing-.
I offer for sale my store house, residence
end three ecres of land. The store is 19x
70, and dwelling comprises .5 moms am
kitchen. The location i first-class for busi
ness. A county roael pusses on each side ol
the place, for particular apply to
John Tannich, Givcnlie Id's Landing, Mo,
A Finn Farm
TO LKASK Foil TLH M 01' VKA US.
I will lease my farm at I'uiuski 10 miles
from Cairo, to a good tenant for a term of
years, riic farm is rich bottom and tim
bered' upland, good for fruit arid early
gardening; two living springs of water that
have Bhown no signs of failing this present
dry season; new two story dwelling of 7
rooms withJn live minutes walk of railroad
depot, po3toffico and telegraph office;
tniueral water as good as the best can be
obtained by driving. At a little expense
a fish pond fed by living water can be
tnado and stocked with native fish. The
wheat crop this season yielded l.j bushels
to the aero and corn will yield bushels to
the acre. As a dairy farm, the place is tin
equaled. New farm implements, cows,
horses, etc. will bu sold -with tho lease it
dosned. Parties arc invited to visit the
place or address me by letter.
K. M. Lowb, Pulaski, Ills.
Enquiries may be made at Tint Blllk.tin
office or or J. It. Metcalf, Cairo, Ills.
Buy Lontf or Short,
but b Buro to buy enough of "Public Opin
ion," tho best cigar ever offered in this
market. Sold only by II. Meyers, sole
agent, Cairo, Illinois. v
Mobile Bhbil Oyster,
at A. T. DuBimuV
white a!sl colored shirts,
M. WERNER, Trop'r.
Dan Fitzgerald's Saloon
and Restaurant, Ohio Levee, next to the
II 1 i noia C'outral passenger depot, has
the best brands of whisky in the market,
pure and healthy; also, the best guides of
tint; and cheap cigars. Restaurant supplies
good lunches and meals on short notice.
Cotfee a specialty, and superior Select
Baltimme oysters served in every style.
When thirsty or hungry this house can com
pletely meet your wants, and in a style to
it IK- Uiun's n Ohio Leyee.
Collins' tireat Kxcursion toXew Oi lran
HKMKMUI.lt 'IHK M'l'K, Hi I IISDAY, NOVKM
11 K U KU li, 1V-S1.
Tickets good to return at pleasure on all
regular trains for ten days. Fare for the
nmnd trip to New Orleans and it turn.
from CAIRO, Arlington, Clinton, rulton,
etc., $11..j0. Children under twelve years
alf price; under four, tree. Every fe-ature
liberal, convenient and strictly lir.-t class.
No charge for extra baggage, and all bag-
;age promptly checked through to '.,
irleans. For further information, add rets
U. L. Collins, general manager of excursion,
Milan, Tetin. Tickets for sale at Cairo bv
Mobile Shell Oyster,
it A. T. Dcllaun's.
If you want tirstclass boarding call at
Charles Schoenmever's, corner of 1'nplar,
Tenth and Washington avenue, (iermanil
A complete barber shp with
trade. Inquire at this office.
Ui'.tes of Faro, on Street Cars.
Oue passage, 5 cents; f've tickeis, I2.
cents; fifty tickets, $'.2.25; 100 tickets, $1.00
Children, 4 to 10 years of ago, half fa; e
under 4 years ot age. free. Reduction to
schoolchildren and scholars, a follows
Packages of 50 tickets for these, under 10
years, $1.15: packages of 10U tii kets for
these, under 10 years of age, $2.00; pack
ages of 50 tickets for these, over 10 years
of age, $1.75; packages of 100 tickets for
these, over 10 years ot age, $:f.00.
Tickets may bo had of the superintcn
dent, drivers, at either office, cor. Coninier
cial avenuo and Seventh, or on Twenty
eighth street. C. V. Nr.Fi Sunt.
Two Streets Cars
will leave one, at Eleventh' street, tho
other at Twelfth street, on Wednesday
night, alter the close ot the circus.
C. V. N'kkk, Supt.
Safe for Sale.
A good office safe, "Hall's" patent, for
sale. B. F. Blakk.
LOCAL WKATUKK KKI'OUT.
Cairo, III., Oet, !4, im. I
Time. Hur. Thr. Horn. Wind. Vel Weather.
'I p.m .'I'Mij
6 p.m :;o.Ul
Maiimtnn 'lompcratnre, (I ; Minimum Tern-
prrutnrc vjn : Unn 0 Iff Inohex.
Kivur.ai ruut.ll Inches Kim, 5 Inched,
W. II. KAY.
Sum'l Slgiiftl Corp, 0. S.A.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice It, ,V. ..ail ,ii,,,a ii ......... ....a II...
each lnrllun. Mrkod v
Ilattie H. an elegant small Havana
cigar, at Bchuh's.
1 Sinco last Friday tho latt of tho street
I sprinklers has ceased Us daily rounds.
The Illinois Central pay car is on its
-Go and Bee tho Baby 1 lessons at tlie
On thu 17th of November the Holi
day Guards will give a ball at Hiirtman's
Tho Mississippi river convention will
meet at tho grand opera house, in St. Louis
Foil Bust. Two furnished rooms foj
rent. Apply at Mrs. S. Williamson, Sev
The transfer steamer, W. B. Duncan,
will be laid up until trains on tho .Mo
bile it Ohio railroad begin running.
The teachers of the Methodist Sunday
school will meet in the lecture room of tin
church at 7 :M o'clock this evi ning.
Work on the stores in front of the
ooem Ionise will soon liegm, till! COIlMact
I ----- . r
therefor having already been let t respon
The new cradle for the Iron Mountain
incline, at Bird's point, which has been in
course of construction for several months
was placed in position last Saturd iy.
The lies-ions and Baby Ilessons ar
rived on the 'our o'clock train ill's morn
ing, and will appear at the Tiieatn
Comiqiie io-niglit. Don't fail to see them.
The Ohio river stood at twenty-one
feet, eleven inches, on the government gauge
at 1:11 n. m. yesterday. This being a rise
of five incliesduring tho preceding twenty
Thovo will be a meeting of the ladies
of the Episconal church on Wednesday, Ou
to'oer '.'0th, isxl, at 3 o'clock in the after
noon at. the residence of Mrs. V. F. Gilbert
A full attendance is desired.
Because ol the irregularity in the run
ning of traiiS The Ilessons failed to get
here in time to appear in the Coiuique last
night, but they will arrive without fail this
morning and appear to-night.
-Captain John E. Engh.-h, of the llalii
day Guards, has sent to the adjutant gen
eral of t)ie state for six dishonorable dis
charges for as many m mbers of the com
pany w ho have !eon guilty of insubordina
If what Republican Hays said of Re
publican Arthur, and what Republican
rthur says of Republican Hays, be true,
then both are scoundrels, dangerous to the
public weed if they are entrusted with
The general weather in the northwest
yesterday was clear, with arising thermom
eter. At Cairo the temperature stood at 54
legrees at 2:11 p. ill. yesterday, a fall of
elevi n degree? during tie? previous twenty-
15. cause the Alton Cuards refused to
elect new officers and the old ones wouldn't
consent to be re-i iected, the company has
been mustered out. It was organized in
1S7H, and was one of the crack companies
of the state.
- A select party is to be given by the
Knights of the Mystic Krew of Com in at
their hall, on the evening of October 27th.
The coin mil tee of hi rangeinentis composed
of Messrs. W. J. Cutiditf, T. M. Lovttt
and ('hm'le Winter.
-If old I.r.dy Shiptoii's prophecy- that
tho world is tobo destroyed in 11 -is to
be realized, the work must necos irily be
gin soon. This is October 25!ii, and we
ire not as near the burning up point as we
were two months ago.
News fnm Rhmdvillc, ICy., sys that
J. P. Ru-m.1I, who was dangerously stabbed
in aiilandville saloon on Friday night by
one Win. Vaughn, is still alive and tie re
fire In -pox of his recovery. The affray was
the result of a drunken brawl
- Don't forget the K. M. K. C. dance,
Thursday evening, October 27th.
'Billy" Phillips the canvas-man of th"
Saturday show, who was killed by the un
expected fall of a centre pole, was from
Bowling Green, Ky., when: I e has relative
living i.n 1 where his remains were ''ent for
buried at the expense of the circus.
A notice, uf interest to persons having
occasion to use the s'reet cars will be
found in special locals this morniriK. It
will be seen that special provision is madu
for scholars of the public schools, and also
persons attending the circus to-morrow
A burglar made a bungling attempt to
get into the sale of Thistlewood & Co.,
Sunday night. He confined himself to
abortive attempts to catch the combination.
The only marks left were those of blood
from his hands cut on the glass w hiie break
ing rit '.'"! window.
The brick walk in front of the Hotel
Do Winter is in a condition that demands
the immediate attention of tho street
committee. It is both disgraceful and
dfrgcrous. A misstep is liable to cnuso a
sprained ankle or a severo full to persons
who pass over it.
Tub Bulletin lias received a sample
of Swiss cheese from Henry Hasenjager that
may be classed among thu best ever
brought to Cairo, Henry lias received a
new supply, just in, whicli will prove vory
satisfactory to lovers of tho genuine Swiss
article. It will always bo found for sale at
Postmasters havo been directed not to
deliver scurrilous postal cards. Thoy are
also forbidden to read postal cards ad
dressed to other parties. Thereforo, when
you drop a scurrilous postal card into tho
postofTie.e, you must acquaint tho postmas
ter and hie assistants with the factor they
u'.ll 1... t !!.,.. . . ,
will bu terribly rv-rplexod.
- A U "' au b, nee oi,.(., .1 R. v. B. V
Gooige at die Presbyterian church Hun
day evening. Tint Mibjeet of the discourse
was "the ven-ions that preceded thouiillior
ized veision," Discussion of ihe hitler, that
is, tho authorized version, was deferred until
next Sunday evening when it will be more
fully discussed than it could have beer, last
Don't forget the K. M. K. C. dance
Thursday evening, October 27lb.
Barton's Free Press : "Mrs. Darker
received a ilipaleli 1'ioni the judge on
Thursday evening to this effect: An opcr
atiou had In en im i loriiied by making an
incision in the ami, removing tin: fractured
ends of the bono and uniting them togetli
er by silver wire. I he operation was
deemed tjuite hUccossful. The judge's
general hi alth is very good. He is nt St
Lukes hoMutal, Chicago. Mrs. Darker
will join him this week.
- Tile; 111 u.I'.tin has receive,
lowing circular which conveys
1 the tol
tion of interest to llic. traveling public:
On and after November 1st, lSSl.this
company will reduce its local passenger
fine to three cents tier mile, where tickets
are procured IV. mi the agenf In fore taking
If the fan: is paid on the tiain, the con
ductor is nouireii to charge liveeciiis i rr
Noticket will be sold aov distance! for
less linn twenty live cents. Conductors on
trains w'll not collect less than twenty-hve
cents for any distance, however, short.
Passengers save f rty per rent by pur
chasing tickets from the company's agents.
J as. C. Ci i:kk, General Manager.
While tin.' on "i ne e engaged in til.
ing dovvn the' circus tents on fviturduv night
there were several slight skirmishes b tween
the men and and tie-roe-, which for-
tunatety del not culminate in any
thing serio'i-. Oho of them got into
a quarrel '.v.Ui a negro, exchanging bard
words and foul epithets lor awhile and
nearly coming to blows -evril times. After
being followed around for ;-oll..' time le the
negro, the showman cnt. ivl tho tent and
Came back wish a pi.-tol, looking Nt the
negro. Another canvas man struck a while
boy who was one of a large e:rowd and im
mediately the boy's comrades rushed to l is
assistance with brickbats, sticks and other
weapon; but none of tiiein were u-ed and
the war ended in wools.
It is now the season of the year for d.1-
bating societies to be organized. Every
school disfict in th county ought to have
one. There is no n.oro useful r i nteitain-
ing way of pas.-ing an cm niog than by at-
ten. ling and particip:. ting in tl.e exercises
of a live lit. rary sociity. h is a meani ot
education and discipline which it pays well
to improve!. L t the (i iesti uis for discus-
sion be practical ones and i he study in pre
paring for the debates be painstaking and
the results eif just one fall and winter sea
son will be most gratifying and portable.
There is no better school for the young
manor woman who desires sometime to en
ter a public or liteiary caiei-r than the
country or city lyeeum. S mn' of the best
writers and 1110,-t. eloquent political oratois
of our countiy receiv..;d tlcir first '.raining
on the 11 .or of a country s.-hool house, d. -ba'ing
rpi.'.-tiori-; of political history.
Agaui our a 'Iron.'. - ar-' twining with
in s of wit. ! -u r ( ki d firms and cities.
Such hc.id-lincs. "The FUhI,'' Damaged
Levees," -'Seven Mors of R.egi'ig Wlitel,"
"Thousands ot' acies of !,;tiii land sub
merged and t'ue wo.1; of y,-ar swept away
ia an hour," "The M,id Waters S ill IIisiiiL',"
are seen in n arl v i v. -re isue uf ihe paper.-,
published bi t.mns along the Missis-ippi
rivei. But while this gicat stiea;.i is crea
ting sin h ten ible havoe in oih.-r cities along
its mi'V. n l.'.n'ns, it glide s by Cairo in
manner that would leu I the oi.-ervir to
doubt the ! ep.T'S of his ele.'tnlc'ivd woik
above us. Ca'uo, if not l,i..;li, i - y.'t.lry an I
ntiic'y safe agaitirt any lone that the: edd
Father eif Wat. r coe'd -nmiii'm again -t it.
Tiii'ii'lore Cairo i t in a condition to f. ok
with pity upon iho-e of her sisters who are
not so well -'united us she, but who were
W"nt to ("ist ' bus noon her because of her
Several days ago Captain .lames 11.
Eads addn.'ssed a communication to th :
Me-1'i'.hants Exchange of St. Louis, calling
attention to the fact that several foreign
newspapers recently published statements to
the effect that the jetiy syste-ia at the month
of the .Mississippi river was not a suce-es--,
and asking the !!x 'luui'.'e to ; ; r i ti t a com
init'ec to investigate the matter, I'li'sident
M. 'Funis appointed a committee, com;v-"i
of four leading members of the Exchange,
w ho have made a reporl. They express the
opinion that the accounts in the foreign pa
pers were based upon misre'prescntatioiis
made by tho Cincinnati Commercial and
Memphis Avalanche. They quote from
official reports eif government officers and
other reliable authority to show that there-
quired depth of water had been obtained
and is maintained ; that the largest ocean
going vessels pass in and out with ut de
tention; that the government has regularly
paid Captain Ends for two years past tho
quarterly installments duo for tho main
tainaneio of tho channel.
, On Saturday afternoon Marshal Myers
nd Ofliccr Mahanny arrested Stejihen Foy,
a white man, who, toguther with hit; wife,
has given the police, officers ami courts of the
pity more trouble than any dozen other peo
ple in tho city. The chargo against Mrs.
Fejy Was drunkenness, lor which she was
fiuod one elollur and costs. Stephen was
guilty of" a m, no serious offense, however,
i in mom
GEKAT BAEG AINS!
NEXT . 3 0 DAYS!
In Ladii's. Misses and Children's Shoes, we will have on sale for ihe next HO days, extra
ordinary great bargains. A genuine Pcble Goat, Childs Shoe, 7 to IP, for $1 per pair,
sold e l-ewhere at $1 50; Misses Goat, Kid or Calf, 11 to 2, Ladies sie, for $1 25, regu
lar price sf'2; Ladies, from 2 to 7, for $1 5(1, well worth $! 50; Ladi. s Button Shoes, ev
cry pair guaranteed, in all sizes, $1 75; Front and Side Lma', ijd 50. Neiw we offer a
chanci' for e ve ly woman and child to obtain their fall and winter shoes at extremely low
prices. Come eirly, as these gooels cannot be held ut the se priecs, for tin y are the low
est ever offered.
For tic next tuo weeks, Ribbons of all kinds and epialith-s will be atji disceiunt, and
you will miss a great oppoitunity if you fail to take aelvantage of the low prices named.
All Silk, No. 1, fancy, Oe per yard, worth at h ast :!(); a full line e.f Gros Grain, No. 4,'
ail shades, for dc, woith Hie; No. 5, for 5c, woith l2'.,c;No. 7, for 8c, worth 15c; Mo. 9,
for I He, worth giic.
TIKS AM) COLA RETS.
A full line in all shades, and of the very latest styles.
All of the above are bran new, having been bought by our Mr. .1. Burger, a resident
! N. w York, Aiihin the a-t two or three wee k-, at snciiiieing prices. We l.aveonli'rs
to se'il us ihi'i" is more to follow. Now is your time to get your stq.p'y of the-above
goo. is at liguri s to' ph ase.
We- are daily receiving gooils in all lines, and it will pay ye u well to call ami examine
our i-t..ek, lor we are ih terinini il to do a big busine ss, if g..ud goods, lap": selections
and low prices wiil do it. For wo are eh'tetmini'd as We t raved the biisim ss road not to
Shci by Ihe way.
-?" ur slock of Carpi'ts ami Oil Cloths is complete.
i AT I
Still Ahead in Quality
We lbivv, jiiul wv. still receiving lor the Fall and Win-
t ei- trade the lust and most coiniilete Stock ol' Mens. Woniens
and Chililmis Hoots, Shoes and Jliilihers. efiiiiprisinir only the
hest d' llaiitl-niade and Factory work, which will he sold ut
the hi west, possible prices.
TO (JIVE AWAY UJt
but mean jiM what we say.
re-(itted our store in the most eleint and nuiYcnient style,
and invite all to call on ik We still carry on the Manuiac
turiuu; department, and are at all times prepared to make
anythimr in theShoe line. ( KODH
seve ral el eys before, he had met on the street
one J"hn Doyle, who had just been into a
be er s iloon and r.icivel therein w change'
feir a erei'iiback, a coin of English money.
w. it'll aOoiit xi , i. t ny lune'il an aeouamt-
an.'.' with D'.yie an.l in.lui'e .l him o eeiiiie
to his ( Foy'sl hou-e. While lien: it .seems
th'tt I ) O'ic il.-'lllk lUoie, sotllM he became.
Irunkeii ami when he eaiue away he found
that his gold coin with o'he-r mone y be had
W is ii. i '.-ill','. On Fli'lav last f'oy w as ;r
re-ted for drunkenness and disorderly -con-dm
t and afw r will u-is sent to jail for the.'
umal term ol das. lint lie ceinclnded thr.t
hi'A'.oiild Id e t'ri'i.'doni better than money
and oll'.'l'i d to pay his fme to Jaile r lias.
Maitin, giving him ihe e-oin atori -aid in
part pa) nii'tit e.f the line'. In some way
I)ole learned of tliis and bb ntilii'd the
coin as his own; the saloon-keeper also
iilentdii el it IS the' e.;ie' Ii. gave t' Ooyle as
change', and thus thep! appears a Mremg
chain of evidence' against thewreti hed Foy.
I'.ut t a I I o this Mr. and
Mr. Foy iio not agree as
tei where tin: coin ratio' from, though both
profe. -s to know. Tin' former claims to
have, re ceive'ii it for weirk from a citizen,
while.' the latter admits that it came! fnun
povh' himself. The e ase: of l'oy was to
have' been tried yesterday, but wis post
rioneel until to-elay at 0 o'cIockh m.
Tin: following acceuirit ofin attempted
bloo.ly murder in Murphysburo last Tliurs-
di'.y, appears in Friday's Jackson County
Era: " A few minutes after 7 last evening
the report of a pistol rang euit on the clear
night air, this was followed by a shriek
which brought citiz ns running from all
parts of the citv towirds IVItctt's store,
Those at hand first, taw a man rapidly .lis
appear am! the cry "man shot," "catch
him," arose and in a short time a large
crowd was in pursuit. Oi. investigation it
was found that. Frank Wood had shot Mr.
John Iluekley, tin: ball entering the; right
breast, striking a rib and ranging down, so
statoil by tho surgeon, producing a bad
wound, but nothing serious is anticipated.
For soinu elays past Wood lias been excited
on account of domestic trouble and last
evening was epiito "cranky" in li is manner.
Ho wasstatiding in the storoof L 11. rd
left & Co. when Mr. John Iluekley, ac
companied by Win. Little, stepped to tho
door, they then walked to the south corner
iniel were talking. Wood npproachod and
asked ii thny were talking about him,
tho reply was they wero not, a few weirds
passed, and the lie given, Wood then struck
at Iluekley who returned tho blow, when
Wooel drew his pistol, fired and run. Tho
pursuit was vigorous and in a little oyer
an hour howa captured just north of tho
grave yard und lodged la Jail. This
124 Coninioicial Ave.
of (Joods and Low Prices.
We do not advertise
SELL IIELOW COST,
We h;iYe recently enliirixeil and
Coinnieicii Ave , bet. oih and fitli Sts.
morning Mr. Iluekley secmeej tasier and
was resting epiictly.'' Only a wee k before
one John potts, of St. Louis, she.t and
ki'.l.al K l!y Davis, e.f C'armi, during a
ijuarr. 1 e.v. r a hor-e- race. This occurreil
in Carbon la!e. Our m-ighlorj are rapid
ly rearing a state: of bloenly lawlessness
which euily a strong publi.'' sentiment and
rigid enforc(:iiient eif the laws against crime
of evcty description can urn -t.
Mr. George' Fry is in the city since yester
Miss Ada Antrim returnee! Saturday from
a visit to St. Imis.
Mrs. I!. Y. Gt.'orgi: h is gone on a visit to
her fatli'-r, at.Ceilumbns, Mo.
Mr. Thomas McCiure, one e.f Alexander
County's wealthiest farmers, was inthecit
Mr. P. W. F.arclay ami Circuit Clerk A.
II. Irvin went to Chicago, Sunday, on busi
ness e eirinected with the Knight Templars.
rK in,' iotii.rl?i .1 le Miitiniiiire' iwetiie eif Snl
an in Hiizl.'wiifi.l. of Muz'. ..!, i I're'. lni't. nn s
i'nnee.i f.T Itie- elllre' nf l'uiiti:y (.'nmniiMteinvr
ivi llic eiifUiriKeoonty elecllein.
TIIH II At, 1,1 DAY.
. Jm. .'.er
A New nnrt Complete Hotel, freinllni? on Levee,
siejt'.oiid unit Itallroiiel Street!!,
Tho Pusfi'nRer Depot ef tho Ctilcai'o, St. Louis
still Nrnv Orlimns: Illinois Central; Walinsh, Ht.
Louis and J'uciJlc ; Iron Jtountiiln nnd Koiillieirn i .
MotilloBml Ohio! t'ulr.) and 8t. Louts Kuliwsys
tire till Just iicrnss tho Hreuit; whllo the Htoamhoat
I.iiiidltiR is but ono nqirnru dlstttiit,
Thin Hotul Is healed hy sleam, him itiiam
Laundry, Hydraulic Eloviilor, Kloctrlc Cull Bolls.
Aiitomiitlc Flre-Alarms, Hiiths, atmolutedy pure) air,
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