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MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 18C8.
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Tho EvtMMI Ilril.KTIK IS pilblinllCll every after
noon, 1SS Washington Avenue, (Dcmocrnt Hall), tiy
John II. Ol'frly k Co., for circulation by earrk'rs,
newsmen, ami the mails.
The WitvLt llruriiNj n lnrg right.pn.-v fortvcol
iimn paper, is'lssiicd on Thursday, Tor lhn malls, tnd
Is for Snlenl our runnier timl by newsdealers.
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Single copy, onejenr 00
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e"Hpeelnien Cop!e furnished I usr.. .Address,
JOHN H. OHKItLT A CO., Cairn, III.
tiik i'AI'pkk' ntiiinix
AVo lmeunl nothing in etiying tliut no coun
ty in Illinois hours stteli itn tuicqiml and
lienvy'lmr(len,,lipentisu of paupers, as Alex
ander. FYom thu twit rivers, which hero
Conn u junction, tlio ))oor from every quie
ter nro thrust upon u, not now and then,
hut almost every day of the week and year.
It is true tlint n strict construction of our
law does not nuiko throe unfortunates paw
)ier$, chnrnoflblotoonrciiroi hut Immunity re
volts utthii very Ideu of tho consequences
inseparable from n strict observance of tho
law. iFlie poor would starve nnd dio utiong:
us, and tia-Ir bodies, unburfed, would rot in
our streets and-comnions.
Numerous shift linvo been made to scc'uro
tho greatest economy in the caro of our popr.
Tho emptiness of our exchequer has been..
Carefully obs'orvct) oven to an extent that
uas icit us open to me cnargu oi ciose-iutea-nefsj
yet our expenditures havo been enor
mous. Poor and few in numbers as wo are,,
compared 'with tho nvcrajro counties of tho
central and northern portions of tho State,
our pauper expenditure have exceeded
theirs moro than ono hundred per cent.
Corroborative of this statement wo may
mention tho fact that during tho 'past flvo
years nearly ono hundred thousand dollars
havo been drawn from tho hard earnings of
our peoplo to provide for our paupers and
criminals. Frivato charities have, no doubt,
exceeded this sum, but .with this wo havo not
now to do. Tho exact ilgurcs are, slnco Au
gust, 18C3, for paupers, 152,300 25; for crim
inal, f 40,635,36, Inthcso sums tho enor
mous cost of jails, salaries of officers, etc.,
nro not included.
It is scarcely necessary to comment upon?
this, -t strikes tho puulio mind, without any
;laboratIqn(las n hardship. Two-thirds; or
more of It, is not a legitimate burden. That
proportion UoUtcd upon its from abroad,
nnd must ho homo that tho ltettor part of
our natures may not bo outraged by nights of
ufrbriiignnkednciAs and sUirvntion.
Tho burden Is "txo broad for Neptuns's.
hips," and, of rltht, others should .nharo it.
Our peculiar geographical situation creates,
it, nnd wo could hoi, if wo would, pas it by
or lesson it.
.1 1.00K THE HWHT 1)1111.17105.
Tho County Court, which convened lust
.Monday, will probably continuo in session
tho greater part of tho preicnt week, Tho
business calling for attention and supervision
1 unusually heavy, although but little, of it
Is of publio consequence. During tho past
week tho Supervisors of Roads for tho vuri
ms districts of tho county reported and set
tlcd; tho Collector's bond, in tho penal sum
of $164,150, was presented and approved,
and tho Tax Hook for tho current year de
livered to tho Collector. That officer will
proceed, at once, to the collection of tho rev
enue. In tho matter of roads, tho Court lias, for
(onto time, been maturing plans whereby an
atensive system of tymd-huilding may bo
carried forward without impoverishing or
oppressing tho people Tho outlays required
in that behalf aro too great to bo provided by
direct taxation, even if there wero a legal
right to provide them in that way. Ilenco
tho matter presents a Gordian knot not easi
ly unloosed. Tho Court, however, is resolved
to do What it can, with the limited means at
hand, and, as an earnest thereof, has contract
ed with John Hodges, jr. for tho repair of
tho Potts Koad, or "Old Avcnuo" being a
section of tho Jonesboro and Cairo road,
leading from tho river, near tho old Able
farm, in tho direction of Unity. This mis
erable, and, nt times, impas.iablo section of
road, will bo tloly corduroyed with heavy,
ight feet oak rails. Upon theo tho dirt will
be thrown to u depth of rlx inches in tho
center, with n slope either way sufllcient to
furnish quick surface drainage. Tho cost of
this work will reach about $2,000. Other
poasiblu road improvements are being nnd
will bo mudo; but of tho plan for extensive
operations wo may not, yet awhile, descant.
Cortirralnlatory Addreaa of MctliotlUt
Ulihn)i to (Jen. Grunt.
1'liilnilHphla, No. t!, Ilk.
To U. H. Orsnt i
Gent rut: As our father congratulated
Washington on bis aecoslon to tho Presi
dency, no would we congratulate you. In
tercet, duty and gratitudo combined to induce
tho nation to call you to the Chief Magistracy.
Tho qualities which yon displayed In tho field
nro tlioso which nro specially t'emimded In
tho Cabinet, and tho glory which crowns
vour anus will, we truf, borum-cded by tho
higher glorv that will crown your counsels.
Tho principles which havo triumphed in your
el(- tmSi','e.xoouted with tho calm wisdom and
undeviating stoiidiiievi which have marked
vour military Muu iiienU mut roult in tho
riMiji'iithui of the Mains to their proper icla-
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to all cilir.ciis poaeo t all our borders mi
tho puhli'' i rttlit and the national honor to
their pri.por I'liiiiiciirii in it 1 1 the inn rl.itt and )
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UJJl lll.'ii'l ,il 4.lfll. 11 ii. "ii.t- i rijiitn i'.
vouur determination tu pray fur yiAtr health,
happlne-'. mikvsh and falvatioii, nnd our
bono that your' spirit and example, both in
public-and privali max -viiici tin- faith of u
hritian. From yiurlofi fiiiiiiiiiic a holy
life may be felt wjth power to tho remotest
extremities tof tho'land, and through all tho
ages to como. '
"Trusting that from the hour of your in
auguration jUstlco will ovcrywhoro through
tho land secure qtiict, call forth capltnl capi
tal stimulate Industry, energy and Invention,
nnd that tho nation will steadily ciso to lilghbr,
nobler, moro christian civlll7.ntion,
We are, sir, your obedient servant
T. A. Morris, K. 8. Jnmes, L. Scott, M.
Simpson, K.. It. Ames, D. W. Clark, E.
Thompson, C. Kingslcy, Ilishopsof tho Mcth-
ouitt j.)iscopai i;nurcn.
The Stntr of Superior.
(From tint Mitrquetta MIdIiik Journal.
Wo learn from various fources that a de
termined effort is to bo mado at tho coming
session of Congress for the organization of a
ne Jorritorial government over'that portion
of territory made up of tho Upper Peninsula
of thp State of Michigan and that portion of
Wisconsin lying north oi a lino drawn trom
tho'rnoitth of the Menomlneo dud west to tho
lisslsslppt river, with tho ultimate view of
erecting the fame into a btato, to bo called
tho tato, of Superior.
Tlio jwoplo of this county cannottoo heart
ily second nnd assist in this effort. Asldo
from (lit) advantage to bo gained frotnti sep
arate territorial or Stato government, which
by reason of Its own peculiar Interests cbuld
best legiSlatd for itself, thorn wduld bo gain
ed irl tho United States Senators a power
which would at any time when called upon
b'u able nnd ready to defend, nnd to advocate
tholnihis that a territory a rich nnd prom
ising as tho ono in question is entitled to
The proposed State would extend from iho
Sault Sto 'Mario on tho east, taking tho
wholo south shore of Lako Superior as its
northern boundary, embracing tho nine counj
tics of tho Upper Peninsula of tills State, nnd
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J U1IU1 IIUI (i CUIIMIH'S 111 II IKCUI1HIII.
L-a of tho Stato would ho about JlC.OOO so
mllefr, nnd tho population would range from
75.000 to 100.000. With n liberal Ici'lsbitiim
6no jcnlculated to foster our Interest, with
tho'monles raised by tlio taxes of our own
property to bo oxpoutied nmong us, and tho
ninny new and varied Improvements coh
tintislly going on, tho Stato of Superior
wb(ild' readily take rank nmong its sister
Slates as ono of tho brightest stnrs m tho con
stellation j and tho unfold wealth of its mines,
lts'lumbcr nnd its fisheries, would bo mora
thbrbughlv developed and brought to tho
mirkotsb? Iho great West.
Our upper counties nro moving in tho mat-
tcrkoop tho ball rolling", say wo.
MliccllaneoK New Itcnt.
Tho American nconlu annuallvenrn nlwitiL
Tho St. Andrew's Lutherans of Piilladol-
phia prbjoct at50,000 church;
i no lasnion or powdered ncausls bclnc re
Tho handsomest and best dressed man in
Now, York is a hotol bar keeper.
Ono renortci1 and three editor. wcra olectnd
to tho Brllish Parliament.
Tho foundations of tho $5,000,000 State Ca-
itol in Albany, H. Y.,.uro being laid.
A.IOp-ounco gold nugget was unearthed
lately In Quconsjand, Australia,
i A fox. Gamble, a miser of lAmertck Ho.,
diedi last week, leaving' $25,000 to his "poor
A'Younir Men's Christian Association is to
be aiternnd.In Vicksbtirg, Miss,
, uno oi tno largest amr nest inaniations in
'Dccadir County, Ooorcla, of over 3000 acres,
sold a fow days ago at less than $3 per aero.
A baby show is to bo held in Scott County,
Kentucky, on Christmas day. Fifty-eight
cntrjes aro anticipated,
Joseph Harris reposes in Saginaw jail for
stealing $800of jewelry, Ac., from Mr. Croft's
trunk, in n Saginaw (Mich.) hotel, on Tuesday
Ap Irish, court compelled a lady to givo
20Q tq lical. a gentleman's alfuctions, wound
ed, by her refusal to marry him, as agreed.
Ono'McGibbon, of Tennessee, meeting tlio
gay tlecciver of his siior, put three bullots
into him and left him lying on tho pavement.
A pack of half a dozen wolves .killed over
fifty of Thos. Neal's sheep, in tho Otis settle
ment, r.rie county, u., on -Mommy nigui.
ThO Duchess do JTomy'ii diamond neek
laeo recently sold In Paris, for 104,000f. All
her Jewels brought 550,000f.
A petition to Parliament to legalize inarrl
ago with u deceased wifu's sister is being tin
mornusly nigned in Kiiglnnd..
Lady Thorn and Geo. "Wilkes nro matched
to trot in Juno next, for tho largest stake
over contted for in this country $10,000.
Soveral Canadian colleges aro likely to "go
unuer, uvcmwo tno uovernmcnt r:iuscs uny
longer to support them.
Now Hiiven's JConn.) OO.OW peoplo havo
tuts year erected nvo nunurcu new build
ings at a cost of (3,000,000.
Pews in Dr. Hall's (fashionable Prcsbyto
rlan) church, Now York, bring from $1,000
to $4,000 each.
At a "Gorman" Soon to bo given in Nsw
York, each lady is to receive a valuable arti
cle of jewelry in tho different figures of tho
Hereditary predisposition and unrcqulttcd
lovo sent Alonzo Churchward, of Olnoy. III.,
to tho Insano Asylum, last week.
Miss Mary Wiltsc, of Itochelle, Oglo county,
111., told her frionds that sho was unworthy to
live, and proved it by taking a fatal doso of
strychnine, on Friday.
Phil du Shane is dubbod champion climber
of tho West bccauss ho readied tho top of n
300 feet high pole, in LaCrosso, Wis., on Wed
nesday, in threo minutes.
A. very strango ovent occurred on Tuesday,
in New York. A detective mistook a local
roporter for n thief, and ordered him out of tho
street car. Tho dctoctivo is likely to bo order
ed out of tho force
Tbo Sheriff of Cumberland county, Ky., bo.
coming wearied of a dunning tax.payer for his
dues, seized upon his splendid set of false teeth.
Tho delinquent had to "gum it" on "milk and
mush" Until ho settlod tho reckoning.
The Tuscolu (Illinois) Journal apprised its
weekly readers that for tho unusual intorest to
bo found in its last Issuo they wore entiroly in
debted to tho "dovil's" energies, that genius
being left in charge while tho editor attended
tbo reunion in Chicago.
A Southern lady, residont in Now York,
who is to become a hrido shortly, has received
n very handsomo bridal robe, under linen, &o
worth several hundred dollors tho gift ana
workmanship of a "Mam Ilotsoy," u former
slave of tho family.
Miulamo Anna Ulshop and troupe uro 'home
ward bound' from Australia.
Tho Prlnco of Asturla, Isabella's heir, is
n dull-looking, heavy-set scrofulous boy.
Kothsehild s son Mvoro that his father's
property was under ono thousand million
Hugo reads, but neither writes nor speaks.
Hotlmhlld left 2,500 franc annuity to
every clerk who had been ten years in his
Dickens dehlo hiij rumored retirement
from tlio conduct of 'All The Year Hound.'
J. .1. Wiggin, of Kxeter, N. H., gave each
of hU children u house and lot on Thanks
It f insinuated that tho editorial stall' of
the 'I'all .Mall Guzctto' is composed of peers,
and tliut even tho "doviV U i Uaron's son.
PURE DKUGS AND CHEMICALS,
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PA.toxxt fJSiXl od.loJLaa.osss,
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4. A fVLt SISOSTMRtT. or . .
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AND FAXOY GOODS,
ESPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO PBES0BIPTI0N8
NONE RUT THE PUREST
, AXD, MObT, CAIIKFULIV, ,
Couioundcd Matprliils, are U80l.
PURE WIHES AND KIQVOBS
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. 4 FOKuMKlilCAL( UaB.' '
frf? ' ITS .
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So, 74 Olilo I.ve,
OA 1 110, Hi!..
The Y.nnilim UiUrterly Review,
The KtlluliUrall HcvlkMr,
Tlio Westminster Itcvlov,
lllackrooil' Bdliibiirgh Magazine.
TliorcnrintH of tlio Irrullnu t)iLHKrlim nnd lll L-
vrood aro now ItnlUjivnfnMa in itlt Mho desira to krvp
tlieinKclvcH fully laformol with rtKnrd to tho great
piinjn ii' wi uirunj, iw urnii uj 1110 i"m Kliomri nilcl
xouiidi'St thinkers lnOront llrluln. Thcontrlliiitor
to tno pnt?" or tucco uimowh nro infn who stand at
the hcud of tho list of KntrlUk writers un ijiilciicc. lie-
llirlcn. Art. anil nrncrnl Liti-nitiin. unit wl,ol.i..r I.
worthy of discussion tlidn nttonllou In tho pngpsof
tho llcivltns uud llliukwoul. "he mrluly U tounM
iiiui i.v puunnvcj villi M.11 it nuiiiiiitl.
Tliosi) porlodlisnls are limited wjfh thorough fMrilt
to thv Kiiftllsli ropy, aim arn otforui at prices whlc
jiiuvo iiriiMijiuui(uciioi uii.
For any ono of the tTlews.......S i no per nnnutn.
J mu ui um Hrii,'HNH H, j mi
Korany threo of tho Jtufivwit 10 (0
For all four of thu Ituviet 12 UI "
Ko; lllsckirood'N Iaidii...... 4 00
Kor lllsckwooJ and one 11itIw-... 7 00 '
For Dlsekvrood nnd imytwo of tho
IIovIcwn 10 OJ
Kor Hlnckirood and tlirro of tho
Ilovlevrs VJ CO
Kor Itlackwood bud th four He-
flows.......... 15 00
A discount of iwentv err cent, will In nllnnut in
Clubs of four or moro persons. Thus, four copies of
uiihr.uwi ui u. uhb .HJIIVff, wm UV 0VUI IQ OnO WLI
uress lor in eu.
8abscrllcrs should piepny br the quarter, at tho of.
flco of del Irory. TheVjstnge to ny nrt of the Uulted
Btatosls TwoOesiUsnuinUr, This rata only sp-
luien i in ti . ruimiiuiiuui. rur IXICK niiniaOrS
tho postago is double.
PREMIUMS TOKKW 8UBSORIBKIIS.
New StilMMrribern to y two of tho aboro periodicals
for 1SC9 will beMitltlello receive, sretls, any ono of
the Four Reviews for. IH. 'ew BnCscribcrs to nil flrtt
oi tne i-cnouiciun jor ww msy receive, gratis, illack
wood or any two of the Fonr Ifovlews forisfls.
SubscriUrsmny, hyopplylnc early, obtain lck nets
of the Itovlews from January, 1805, to December. IbCA
nnd of lllackwood's, Mseuine from Janunry, 1S00. to
Heeember. 1SCH, ut half thecurrent nubscrlptlon price.
a-NcllherprfinliinMto fiubacrlcrti, nor discount
to Clubs, norrcdiiced prirr fur hock numliers, cn bo
allowed, unleM tho money is remitted direct to tho
rublifthcr. No premium enn given to Clubs.
THE LEONARD SCOTT I'UBLISHIXfl CO.
ItOFnlton Street, N. Y.
'Die L. B, run. CO. Wo publliili the
TIIK FARJfEIl'S CiVIDE,
l.y Henry 8tepfiens of Edinburgh, nnd tho UtoJ.P.
orton. of Yale CollfRf. 5 toU., Itoyal Octavo, leoo
jmecB, um I numerous csiraylngs.
Price ?7 for tho two oN,i by mail, post paid, J?.
BILLIARD HALL AND LIQUOR SA
LOON. (AiUoinlnB tho Flrnt National Bank.)
05 00 LEVEE, CAIRO, ILL.
WALKER & SISSON - . ' Proprietors
This establishment, tie ntvpil of Dm Llml n th
city, Is newly titled and complete In all tho essentials
oi a nrvi-cinui milium imu nnu uriiiKinir vnloon. The
local and travtJIng publto are respcctftilly nskwl for a
share of patronage. dec'iVCSdtf
0 WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
I. Alexander G. Ibildeii Mavor of thecltv nf Oilrn.
hereby gle notice that tho ordlaaucpH in relation to
HceweH will be rigorously enforced ngilntnl offend-
ers. aim mai nil pernoim yoing nnaineks witnout prop
er license, after Wednmlny, thoKVl inM., will be
Tlio City Attorney Kad rUce Constable's of tho city
o hereby ordered to enforce the ,aliovo nff'laina-
Tlure Immi uieelinunf t)i ltl.w ,.f rim
TueHilnvevenliiK.29.1 lust, nt 7 6'cloofc, nt Vr. Artcrs
ottlee, for tho piinwvo r.f ertmins it Pf nuanent orgnni
satlon of an hinigreat Aid Hoc-iety. All citiiein fetj.
t..p 4m jin.-iiTt iii ifiu i-aiiru tire niviij. uecid(
Fill BAM3-A". kind, of Job 1'riiillng at tho Cairo
i AMD '
BOOTS AND SHOES.
, FASHION ABf,K
33oot txxicA mnoo 3MCn.ls.oxr
Twentieth tired, between Washington anil
(Nearly opposite tlio Court Home,)
Keeps n splendid stock of tho bostmntcrinl, nnd gool
workmen, nnd enn fill onlcrs on ltort notice.
Mending done nf ally nnd clienply. Pntronntfe se.
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
105' Commercial Avenue, 105
The only Mecnscd Auctioneer In tho city, buys and
sells on cbmmlHslon nil kinds of'
And makes prompt returns on s)l !.
I I.0UI8 KEItUEKT,
.nVo. OS Ol&lo Xiotroo,
ncceircs dnifj, 'lVpsh Mnlillo Shell Oysters, nnd rrps
them, In fit cry style, at hit liours, day nnd niglit. Ho
nlso keopt on linml n (Inn supply of Game Junllt,
Diirk1, Prairie Chicken!', Hoinrrclf, Ac., Ac.
, Received Dally.
(For sale by
Ho. 70 Ohio lirvrt.
gTUATTON, HUDSON & CLARK,
,((?uccf asors (o Ctmalnghsm A fc'traUon',)'
. ,' WIIOtitsAlK
Grocers and Commlssloa McrchoatSf
. NO. 57 0klaIivccCaJre, 111.
LIQUORS, TOIACCO, ETC.
..! ' Importer and WMetale DtaUr in
WINEH, LIQUOHN, TOBACCO
4, ' OZOARM.
llest Jlraid.4 of Cirsua and Stock Alo
Imported Ales of DIITcreat Klad.
No. 75 Onto Lkvrk, Cairo, IlUualtr
Groceries, liquors, etc.
jgl SMYTH & CO,
niioi.i:s.ii,K gho( Kiis.
OHIO LEVEE, " - CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Swung, COFFEES, TEAS', SVRUPS,
.n'olaises," Tobacco, Clgara,
iFJsb, Caiitlies, Woodeimare, Willow-Ware
TS-.11SB, OllSI, XAl3DLtS.
Wlndow.GIiwss Pntly, Lime.
Cement, Plattr-Pari, Ounpowtler,
Old Rye, ' Monongahela ana Dotit bu
Xlocl. Xioad nxicl. Shot.
stk0ofC'P, con,,lant,y on hM"l o complete
' ' . )
SCOTai AND IRISH WHISKY, GIN
Port, Madeira, Skerry and Catawba
, . .. t
.tup, Aor.T roa
J, RIEti $ CO'S CEimUh 'fED WHEEL.
tVa Nell exclusively for CASH, toulilch uk lnvii 1. 1 hn
attention feloanyaah iHiyers.
woTiieciui aiKi)iuu puiu 't ailing orders,
REAL ESTATE AGENOY, ETC.
TOHN HARMAN & CO.,
IIEAIj ESTATE : AGENTS
ltuy nnd sell Ileal K-tato, pny" Tuxes, furnish, Ab-
strncts of Title, and prepare Comeyances or mi ki his.
OftVe No. 74 (2d Moor) Ohio Levee. deo21dtf
STAPLE A?D FANCY GROCERIES,
ProviNloiiH, Produce, ConI OH, Ac
134 Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III.
Furniture, nnd House Fuintelilne Goods
Oarnets nnd Oil Clotln, Window Kltndes
mid LooktiiK OUsaes.
No. 101 COMMKKCIAI. AVKNUE,
deeildtf CAinO, IM..
GROCERIES, BOAT STORES, ETC.
Q I). "WIIiLIANSON fc CO.,
Wholonlo nnd Itctail
Grocoru and Hcnlcrs In Hoat Sloro
No. 0 Springfield Jiloek, Ohio Late,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS, ETC.
JOHN W. TROVER & CO.,
Real Estate, Bond and Stock Brokers.
Will attend fo the paynienl of BUte. Connl and CV
Taxsi, and till MllneM pertaining to' a OENEHAL,
EroUTii Stnr-KT, eeond doofjrotn Com. Ave.,
TTTOODI WOOD 1 1
TURNER & HAMILTON
Are rrerri fnrnlsh gtxid HARD WOOD, at pi
which Ufy competition, and also to dlivrin
part oi lae ciiy, on me inorir-i wira.
Leavs orders on slates at Hdlen irrocery, Loeer
can's fel store, and Woods and Roach's grocery.
F. PARKER 4 CO.,
WHITE LEAD, ZINC AND OILS, ,
WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY
Brushes, Wall Paper and Wlsidaw
78 OHIO LEVEE.
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC.
g AINT OH A HLKS HOTEL, ,
Tim ft. Charles Hotel, .
The. only FIRST-CLASS HOTEL u Cairo,
Is now in themoM iinexceptionntileoiclirforgiuits,
Having unuercouc a - '
Tho past Summei1.
TKrtM, TiiitRK i)oj.i.Ans yzs. P.'.T,
BSRge Carried to and from tn Motel
rrec or unargc.
Dry Roatd, Ttoenty-Flrt Dollars per month.
JKWKT'f WIl.COX CO,,
CAKPEXTEW AXD IWIXlrEK
NEAR TWELFTH STREET,
UB'fWKKN l'OI'LAH STRUCT AND WAt?lllN(iTON