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ueouuy ana langor. i he Kev.
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218 8t ate Street, Chicago, til.
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ha received the moat positive endorsement from
eminent phyalciani, and hti long occupied a fore
moat rank among aiaudard proprietary rem die.
It propertiea a an alternative Of disordered con
dition of the atomach. liver and bowel, and
preventive of malarial dUeaie are no lee renown
ad, and hate been accorded emphatic professional
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apply for Hoatetter' Almanac for 1884.
PAUU BLACKMAU & CO.,
Big- Bapids, Mich.,
. Manufacturers and General Dealer hi
Lumber, Lath and Shingles
Buy direct from the Saw Mill, and
f -., Save Money.
No price llata Issued, bat will be pleated to quote
delivered price on any gtade or Lumber, etc..
- Local News.
-: A white man numud Tdomaa Morris, a
tramp, haa been lounging atout the Singer
compaoy'i premises up town tor some days
and pigbts, taking lip his quarters at night
in some of the buildings. lie was ordered
awayseveril times but paid uo attention to
tbe order. Yesterday Chief Myers attention
was .called to Thomas' "Irregular" habits
and Thomas was brought before Magistrate
Comings, 'charged and proven guilty of
vagrancy and Hoed $50 and costs, in de
fault of which he was sent to the municipal
bastile. ' '
Although coming right in the wake of
several 'of the best troupes on the road
the Walter's "States Attorney" combination
drew a good audience to the Opera House
last night. J'The States Attorney? was the
play, a production of Scott Marbre, and a
very popular dmrna, combining tlie ingre
dients that would entertain an audience in
spite of itself. Last night the company
produced the play with all the strength of
thorough artists and received from the
audience frequent mark of hearty approv
al. Mr. Dillon personated the leading part
of "Pilgrim B'-ggs," admirably and was
well sustained throughout tbe plsy, more
particularly by Mr. Geo. W. Walters, Mr?.
Walters and Miss Walters.
Bro. Jno. H. Oberly is now editor of
tbe OJd Fellows' Herald, published at
Bloomiugton,' ia the Bulletin office. He
has also bought out the Independent, an
evening paper started at Bloomington by
ex-Rev. Hoffman after bis expulsion from
the Methodist pulpit, aud is continuing the
publication ot this paper also. Besides
these Mr. Oberly continues also to bs editor
and publisher of the Daily Bloomington
Bulletin', and is chairman of the Illinois
State Democratic central committee. A
man of 'ordinary parts coutd not fill all
these responsible positions at once with any
degree of credit; but then, Mr. Oberly is a
man of unusual executive ability, is thor
oughly familiar with the three p.'s and
what they fepreseot politics, printing and
publishing. By the" way,' Mr. Hoffman has
dropoed the prefix "ex" and is aqain a full
fledged ''Rev." in active service. His ad
herents (a the church from which he was
expelled 'seceded from tbe congregation
and formed a new organization with Mr.
Hoffman as their pastor. Mr. H. theretore
resigned the editorship of the Indepdndent,
and" i succeeded by' the "Bishop" of the
Bulletin,' who will doubtless succeed soon
in making the Independent the stanJard
authority in the state upon all matters per
taining to religion and to moral Philosophy
The astronomers say that the comet of
1812, which is making its return journey
ing toward the earth, is now visible to tbe
naked eye. It is, they say, a shadowy
speck of nebulous huze. With an opera
glass or an ordinary telescope it may be
seen distinctly. Iu tbe northwest, as soon
aa darkness fall", a brilliant star Vegt or
Alpha Lyre shines in the skies. Two
small stars form with this star an equilat
eral triangle. About thirteen degrees
north of Vega is a red star of the third
magnitude, known as Qamma Draconis.
The comet is now between these two stars,
not far from one third of the intervening
distance south and a little west of Gamma,
and is moving rapidly towards Vega. Tbe
comet reaches its perhelion or nearest point
to the sun on the 20th of January, being
then about seventy million miles distant
from the sun. , Concerning tbe return of
this comet, the astronomer from whom we
have quoted indulges in the following ob
servations: "What depths of space it must
have pierced in its travels of nearly three-
quarter of a century; what dangers it
must have surmounted from planetary
masses in its way; what doughty battles it
must have fought with resisting mediums,
to bring it back on its unerring path so
nearly in predicted timet Since its first
recorded appearance nearly the whole pop
ulation of tbe globe has passed away.
Very few of those who now welcome its ad
vent will behold its return in 1954. No
one can fail to be interested In the reap
pearance of his old friend for a second
visit, the only comet of a long period (with
the exception of Halley's comet) that has
designed to bestow this mark of attention
on terrestrial observers."
LIST or LETTERS REMAINING) UNCALLED
OB IH THE POSTOPFICB AT CAIRO, ILL.,
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1883.
. LADIES' LIST.
Caroline Allen, Lizzie Arnel, Ada Baker,
Bell Banks, Sarah Beusan, Kate Burten,
Margett Brown, Lizzie Buckley, Susie
Childs (3), Ollie Clamous, Rhoda Carter,
Laize Cricete, Ida Fox, Annie Clay, Blanch
Conley, Liza Gainer, Virgina Hamelton,
Lizzie Hopkins, Caroline Hill, Bettie Hen
derson, Salley Jones, Sarah Jockssn, Jessie
Jones, Salleey Kirk, Alfard King, Tens
Lowsha, ; Mary Lawler, Eva Lawbo, Carrie
Orm, John Skimmer, Cealia Stephens, Sally
Taylor, Jane Uley, Tanner Walton, Febbie
Watkins, Mellie Wr0i Luleyer Metkina
Jennie Washington, Isabel Washington,
Rees Walker, AUice Wilson, Flora Wilcox.
A C Antrim, William Beadict, William
Bounds (3), Sam Berkowttz, Edward Baker,
D D Bridges, Charles. Berrey, W A Cullen,
Wallace Chamberlain. (2), Rufe1 Cork, M
Caahen, James Chunault, H H Collins,
Boa Blark, Soseph Craig, Silas Dibble, E S
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY
Davis, 0 Davison, William Fox, Jerrey
Fulton, Charles A Farrell, W S Gsrdner,
Siss Gales, John E Green, William Herrin,
R B Hanghton, R C Harrison, New Hester,
Gessia Hurris, Andy Isebel, Richard Jack
son, Albert Johnson, James Kelloy, Green
A King, Kdward E Kessler, Geo Lambert,
W D Lamison, Joseph Merriuiari, Jim Mc
Beason, Georgie Moiox, Benny Matingley,
Albert McElby, , Rollie Trescot, L' Price,
John F Rush, Edward Redden, Wm II
Rice, Andrew Reeves, Archie Richie, Jno
G Smith, Jim Thomas. Jacob'Threshman,
Horace Tylor, H B Thayer, Vinton White,
Willie Wade, Rubin Watkins, Edward
Williams, Charles Warren, Johnnie Walker.
Persons calling for the above name must
Wat. M. Murpht, Postmaster.
GRAUS ENGLISH OPERA CO.
This famous company will appear at tbe
Opera House on Monday evening next, re
maining two nights only. The opening
night will witness the presentation of
Andrau'a delightful ' little opera, "La
Mascotte," while Tueslay evening will be
devoted to Gilbert & Sullivan's "Pirates of
Penzance." Theae two operas are aeptci al
ly pretty, having enough catching airs aud
delightful impossible situations to entertain
and amuse the most grave. , The company
came to us highly recommended, with splen
did costumes, and all the paraphadalia
necessary to render the setting of the
This change from the melo dramatic
school to that of operatic will be especially
grateful to our theatre-goers, and unless we
greatly mistake their disposition, tbe Grau
company may expect a big house.
Reserved seats, parquet and parquet cir
cle $1; in dress circle 73 cents; gallery as
usual. Buder haa tickets on sale.
ABOUT THE POTATO CROP.
It seems that parties in this city bave
written to the potato region of Wisconsin
for information as to the supply of potatoes
there, and in answer Mr. L. C. Ward, of
Caldwell Prairie, Wis., writes The Bulle
tin as follows :
"There was never a time when there
were so many potatoes in the country at
this season of the year as at the present
time. Several farmers in this section are
carrying ever trom 2,000 to 8,000 bushels
for spring market. ' In the northern part of
tbe atate potatoes have been sold as low as
fifteen cents per bushel. Early potatoes
will be aold very low next season owing to
the great amount of old potatoes that will
bo in the market. The northern part of
Wisconsin and Michigan is sandy and bet
ter adapted for potatoes than for any other
crop, and there will be more potato a
planted next season than evet before, judg
ing from observations I have taken during
my travels through the northwest within
the last two months.
"Caldwell Prairie ia located twenty miles
southwest of Milwaukee, and tbe majority
of tbe farmers in this section have turned
their attention to cardenine, having- turnips
ready Tor market by the first of June, sna
potatoes are ready for market by the 25th
of June, which they draw with their teams
to Milwaukee. Onions are being sold at 2
cents per barrel."
W. F. Labbdis, river editor ol i-ai Bulletin
and iteamboat paaeenirer agtnt. Order for all
klnda of ateamboat Job printing aoilcited. Office
at Bower' European Hotel. No. 72 Oblo levee.
STAOXS OF THE RIVER.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 0 p. m. 24 feet 6 inch and falling.
Chattanooga, Dec. 7. River 3 feet 6
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Dec. 7. River 12 feet 7 in
ches and falling.
Louisville, Dec. 7. River 6 feet 11
inches and falling.
Nashville, Dec. 7. River 6 feet i in
ches and falling.
Pittsburg, Dec. 7. River 2 feet 11 in
ch and falling.
St. Louis, Dec. 7. River 0 feet 4 in
ches snd falling.
The W. . P. Thompson passed down for
Natchez yesterday at 4 p. m. She arrived
here in the forenoon and received a small
lot of freight. She will run as a regular
packet from Natchez to the mouth of Red
The Cons. Millar from Memphis arrived
here at 5 a. m. yesterday. She bad about
400 tons on board and received a good
lot of passengers here, and departed for
Cincinnati at 5:30 a. m.
The Hudson from St. Louis passed up
early yesterday morning and is due to
night on her return trip. She haa a big
trip. ' - '''
The City of New Orleans will report
here for St. Louia this morning. She has
about 1,000 tons on board.
The Belle of Shreveport will report here
for Cincinnati early this m6ining. Capt.
W. P. Thompson is her worthy master, and
no boat can boast of a more hospitable offi
cer than is "Capt. Wash." If you want to
go to Cincinnati or way points, the Belle of
Shreveport has every accommodation es
sential to your comfort and safety.
Tbe high headed, brilliant electric light
steamer Guiding Star, from Cincinnati, is
due to-morrow for New Orleans, and the
"old salt," Capt. J. D. Hegler, on tbe roof.
The Star, is the finest boat in the big "O."
line. Passengers going south by river will
find this popular craft unequaled in all re
spects. ' ' ' 1 ' " ! i..
- .The new Mary Houston is the next boat
on docket from the south' for' Cincinnati,
and is booked for engagements at this port
Tht Andy Baum from Cincinnati, the
"Jumbo" of the Memphis and Ohio river
packet line, is due for Ih'e 'Bluff city" to
night. . The'Vint Shlnkle' from Memphis, with
her white Sunday collars on, is due to-morrow
morning for Cincinnati, , (
The Henry A.Tyler from Memphis is
due to morrow night for Paducah. '
The W. P. Hall'id'ay from' New Orleans
will ajrive this evening for St, Louis. ' " "
The City nf Cairo from St. Louis passed
down fer Vicksburg last night. ' "
The City of Baton Rouge from St. Louis
will receive freight here to-day tor New
Orleans, leaving this evening.
The Arkansas city from Ticksburg is due
to-night for St. Louis. ' ' '
Yesterday was clear, mild and pleasant ;
businecs on the wharf fair! . 1
Pres Burns looks; quite consequential
since he shipped on the Fowler.
A Frightful Collision. .' .
New York. 'The I valuable" . trotting
borse, "Jim Sandu," was run into in a race,
sustaining severed brakes and lameness.
His owner, Mr. Noble Thompson, of the
well bnowu stables, 1393 Broadway, stales
that he placed the animal undet the care of
a veterinary surgeon, who in three mouths
tailed to benefit him. Treatment with St.
Jacobs Oil wss theu begun, and the horse
not only entirely recovered but was enabled
to trot mile beats in 2:21.' Mr. Tuompsmi
regards tbe Oil u tbe pain-Care of the ngei
We cannot help noticing the liberal offer
made to all invalids and sufferers by Dr.
Kings's New Discovery for Consumption.
You are requested to call at Barclay
Bros' drug store, and get a trial bottle
free of cost, if you are suffering with Con
sumption, Severe Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, Hay Fever, Loss of Voice,
Hoarseness, or any affection of tbe throat
or lungs. It wil positively cure you. (6)
There have boon many instances of.
extraordinary growth ot the hair in a
smglo member ot a family, but there
is an entire long-haired family. Ref
erence is madft to the seven Sutherland
sisters whose marvelous hirsute crops
surpass anrtliin'r of the kind ever pre
sented to the public. ' Sarah N. Suther
land, the eldest, haa long, massive aud
jet black hair falling below the waint;
Miss Victoria, whose hair is the longest
worn by any woman in the world, and
the longest on record, shows a growth .
reaching to a length of seven and a
half feet; Miss Isabella's hair, which is
of ex "ceding fineness, is more than six
feet long; Miss Grace is proud of, her
endowment of hirsute wealth,' which
reaches a length of almost six feet;
Miss Naomi s' hair, which almost
touches the ground when she stands
erect, is the most iuas..ve and beauti
ful ever seen upon a woman's head; it
is fully six inches through, and when
spread out covers her completely like a
cloak; it is just such hair as the ' fair
Godiva, who rode garmentless as to all
else through Coventry, was Kitted with.
Miss Dora's hair is abundant, and five
feet long. Miss Mary is the youngest;
her hair has already attained a wonder
ful growth, and is rapidly tending to
ward such length and miissiveness as
will make it the most wonderful capil
lar' decoration the world ever saw.
But their long hair is not the only at
traction offered by the seven sisters.
They are a highly'endowed, thoroughly
educated, retined and accomplished
family, being gifted vocally and other
wise with extraordinary musical talent,
which has been so completely educated
that this feature alone recommends it
self as worthy the attention of educated
people. In their manners and actions
they give full evidence of their high
breeding and thorough education. To
give the' reader an idea of the remarka
ble length of the seven sisters' hair, it
may be slated that Miss Victoria alone
has thirty-miles of hair on her head,,
and if the seven bulked their capillary
possessions and each hair were placed
end to end, the whole quantity would '
reach a distance of 160 miles. Their
heads are their fortune in more senses
than ono. In Kansas City a hairdress
er offered $1,5X) for Miss Victoria's
hair, and in St Louis a jeweler paid
$25 for a single hair, by which he sus
pended a ten-karat diamond in his show
window. They are very careful in
guarding their glorious head " hdorn
meuts, as frequent attempts have been
made to out their hair by villainously
inclined people who, no doubt, attempt-'
ed the robbery with a view to selling
their spoils. Omaha Herald.
The Kansas farmer warns Western
farmers agaiust the expectation that a
soil, however rich, will always remain
fertile without manure or rest. It says:
"Kansas is not old, but many of her
farmers are witnessing what other men
have seen iu other places, and what
will be seen wherever farmers persist
in working their lands continuously
without rest or recuperation. We in
sist that, all things considered, there is
no better agricultural region on earth
than that called Kansas; bub. no soil
was ever found rich enough to with
stand the effects of continued cropping
without re.tt or feed. Wo insist,
further, that nn acre well tilled, is
much more profitable than two aerus
only half tilled. Kansas now has more
than a million of population; nearly
every county in the State has a rail
road'; her grain nnd stork am shipped
to the great markets of the world, on
terms nearly equal with those afforded
to similar articles grown in Ohio and
Pennsylvania.1 It is time, therefore,
that our farmers begin to look ahead to
the time when it will be necessary to 1
make every acre of land they own pro
dueo to the extent of full capacity.
When in China in 1848,'we were tak
eu to see the tea factories. There we
were ahown the corpse-like women who
made green ten by rubbing tho black
ten leaves'-in hot ' copper pots. ' Thb
poor devils weii?, in a manner, protect
ed from the copper fumes by weariug a
ilnni) cloth over the nose and tied be
hind the ear to protect their rodtiths
and nostrils. "Wo were told that, these
workmen rarely survived their, aocond
year at this uiuploymwut. -.' "Cor.",1
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kiw Diior-s applied to the surface
ana almost instantly kklikvb
nor dUoolor the Skin, or leave
nanau r,nui, nirinw vnrpor
iStiif Jolnta, NearaJati. Lame
sore inrott jraina in uie
and is equally efficacious fur all
requiring a powenui amusive
sk your Dniggist tor It. Price
Prepared only by JACOB 8.
No Longer Needed.
Th oln f.'iihloned. ultiw-tr.tlnir nlantara "mini
eo." ISoniuu'a Cuiialho l orou iTastcr art the
beat, as ci t. . ...
PA T?FK tbtic, (4 deiKw). Something
lUXXbASO pood. Mulled on receipt of cents
in Btamp. UBAKNK ACO , P.O. Box 1 87, N.Y.
WANT KD -Ladies and young men wiihlng to
earn ! to 3 every dsr anietiv at Ibeir home:
M-amp required for reply. Plea.se addrem EDW.
r . uavis a tu., at Noutb Main et., Fall Krrar,
Ely's Cream Balm,
t'ream Balm ban gained an envlabls reputation
wherever knowu ; displacing all ot ber preparation.
Send for circular containing full Inform tlon and
reliable teettmoni Ala. By mail, prepaid, 50 cent
packitt'- tau) received. tsuWl by ail wholeial
and retail driml.ta. ELY'S HEASt BALM CO.,
Oweeo, New Yi.rk.
T)i i LflW Burui ' Uyrou. .'te., Mr.
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fhaucer. 80c., Dante. lV.. Drvdea
.Wc , Ooethe, 7iic., Uoldmlth, 5c, UemSim, S"c,
Iliad and OdjK'ey, Tuc , I loot), hoc., Ingeljw. bOc.,
Keati, 40c., Sltr dith, 50c, Milton, Sc.', Mora,
Oc., Pope N'c, Poe, 40c , Schiller, 4ie., Hcott, 50c.
Tennvson, KOc., Virgil, 4&e.. and other. Flue cloth
binding: Sent for examination before paymeBt
on evidence of good faith. Catalogue free - NOT
old by dea em. JtiUN B. ALUDN, I'ubllnlier,
18 vexey St., Mew YorK, - -
ne thotUADd of can ofthewnratkiodaaSoffdsjc
eianding hare been cared. Indued, bo trong ia mr
fsitbinitaefflcaor.tbatl will endTWO HOrrtEft
FKKE, toxetner with a VALUA HL8 TRKATIBK on
this diaeaM. to any Batterer, (tire xprntB and P. O.
addnea. OB. T. A.SLOOUtl81Peartst.,Hew Fork
"ST ITU 1(1 WIT HOUT A TKACHEKI , Soper'
III COtV Intantneoii8liulde to Key of Piano
and Organ. Price $1. Will reach any peroon
to play iO pieces of mtiKtc la one day. You could
not tear, it trom a teacher in a month for $20. Try
it and be convinced Hsmple copy will be mailed
to any ncidrees on receipt of m cent in atamp by
IIEAKNE & CO., PuhUnheri, P. O. Boa 1487, N. T.
f CURE FITS!
When Isnyi'u.-i I di not mean mwely to ip thm
for a lune and tlrnn have them return ae ain.1 mean a
radical enre. I hive mad thediaeaaeof r 1TS,EPI
LEl'RY OA FALI.I.NG SICKNFHtt alife-lorur atudy,
1 warrant my remedy to cure the wont 0M. Beeawa
othara have failed ia no reuon for not now reoaiving a
my infallible remedy. Give Ezpraa and PoatofSo. It
oontaTouonthinK ff Btril, and I will core rou.
Addreaa Da. U. O. KOOT. Ib3 Pearl St., New York.
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, 110. .
A. ratc'lar Ornduata of two medical
eolleges, tins lee-n loiiKf r engatred In the treat
ment of ( Uremic. IN wrvoun, e-Uin and
jllood lliM'ases than any other phyalrlan In
St. Louis, as city paeri hw and ail old resi
dents know. Cone'tatlnn t olliceor ay mail,
free and Invited. A friendly talk or hla oplnUia
Costa nothing. When It Is Inconvenient tovlslt
the city .or treatment, medielnea can he tent
by mall or express everywhere. Curable easel
guaranteed; where doubt exist It 1 frankly
atated. Call or Write. . , j ,
Norvons Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skia AfTee.
tions, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impedimenta to
Marriage, Eheumatisra, Piles. Special
attention to case from over-worked brais.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses
ladulgeaoes or Exposures.
It l aelf-m-ldent that a phvslrlan paying
particular atlentlun to aeluw ofcaea attain
great klll. and phvtelan in regular praetlre
all over Ibe country knowing this, rreiiiently
reeoinni-'iid rawa to the oldest f.lBc In Aiwrlc.
whei H every known . pi lance la resorteil to,
ainl 'hr provrl poort r'nfH of all
aire" and eountrle ai iitfd. A whole lions 1
nu d forotlli-e iiurinws, and all are treated with
skill In a respectful manner! and. knowing
what to rto.iioexierlmenuareiiiail. oiiae
count of the treat iniiiiher api'lylng. the
charge art- kept low. often lower than 1
demamli'd bv olliera If yon seeura the skl'l
and get a speedy and pei fei t lit rure, that la
the Important matter. I'uiuililtt, SS pagea.
sent to any .nddien free.
PLATES. I lllnnnlMLL UUIUL. 1
Elegant cloth and nit binding. Pealed fhr 80
'cents in po'tsge or rurretiry- t)ver fllty won
dei fiil pen plelurci, true to life artlcleson tb
follow I iir aiihleela. Wliomay marry, who not;
hvr 1'roiier aiie to marry. Who marry flrst.
alihnnd, WomanlKHul. Phvleal decay, who
ahoiild marry. Mow life ami happlnea may be
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ONE OP TUB BEST PIISICIANS.
I have been nsine Swift' SoenifiR in mr Dractlca
for quito a long time, and I regard it tho buat com
bination a blood purifier aud tonic. It ia entire
ly vegetable, being composed of tiio ex 'met of
root which grow In this section of Ueortiia. I ana
rami lar with rtsbiatorv from the time tho formn a
was abtalned from the Indians. It Is a rurtuin and
afe remedy for all kind of blond polsou and skin
numor, ana in ine nunareu or caao in which I
have used It and (een it used. Iliero baa never been
a failnre to cure. I have cured blood taint in
; I j! HCTiUBDGEgERlTION
with H, after I had moat ttnally failed hy the most
appioved method of tbe treatment viith mercury
and iodide of potassium, Th -fo ca-es have been
cured over fifteen year ago, and have never hud
any return of the dlseaseln themse'ves or iu their
chilnren. KI1ED A. TOoMEit, M. D.
l'eiry, Uouatou Co., ua.
"HI the bests Ming remedv In my (tore, and
all claaeet of people buy It It haa become a lo,:so
hold remedy with mauv of enr beat citlzi'na "
WALTEK A. TAVLOIt,
"I sell Swift' Specific often a gross In ten days
at retail and to all cla-see. Son o of Atlnnta's
beat people use it regularly a a tonic and alte-utivo.
Our treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
tree to applicants.
THE SWIFT SPFCIFIC CO,,
Drawer , At'nota. da.
A New and Complete Hotel, fronting o. . l.eveo
Second and Railroad Streets,
The Passenger Depot of taeCblcaen, St. Lonis
and .ewOrlean: Illinois Ceutral; Wabacb, St.
Louie and Pacific i lion Mountain and Southern;
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and St. I.ouis Itatiway
are all juat aero the street: while the Steauibotl
Landing 1 but one muare distant.
- Thts Hotel - Is healed by iieam, haa steam
Laundry. Hydraulic Elevator, Kluctric Csll Bell.
Automatic nre-Alarm, Hatha, abolutel rure air,
perfect sewerage and complete appolntmnnts.
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