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- CAIRO AND sr. LOVIS.
Tho St. lAmU Itepublfmn rnws quite fm-e-ti'ius
over tho "ignornnc-' f 11 Liverpool
morehimt who exp-ues H''' ,,0,i,,f t,mt 1,10
' time Is uoi distant when vessels, Indoii at
Cairo, will sail directly to Kuropo. A hos
tility to Cairo $rojs out or nearly every sen
tence In which thai paper Indulge u hos
tility Infinitely morn ridiculous than thu von
vlrtion of tlio Kngllsh rnerehant.
Had the voyages of tho ocean vessel' been
extended by the Liverpool writer to St. Louis
tho Heptihlican would have had no fund of
Htrcasm to expend on that account Hut
terminating them at Cairo, "with the remark
that St. Louis would then hecomo n Manches
ter tn our Liverpool tho idea assumed nphn'u
most singularly ridiculous Why stop ut
Cairo? interpose tho 'Kcpuhllcnn.' "As
Urge loats reaeh St. Lui as Cairo" the
vMt of bout Hko thy I'.uth parrying two
thousand five hundred ton!, Is not of (infre
quent oceurroneol True, so far, but why was
not the wholo truth told ? "Why wni not tho
hone.H confession made that low water and
Ico annually destroy tho Upper Mississippi
navigation, tho latter so eOVcliially eliding up
tho river that for intervals of week 4 and
month', and that too during the most active
co'ninorelal seasons, boat neither nrrive at
or dupart from St. Louis. Dut no Kngllsh
knuekles mut bo rapped, and the wholo
truth would not answer. It would have
strengthened thu plausibility of the Kngllsh
Intelligent men, familiar with tho Lower
Miuikii))l navigation and for yenrs closely
connected with it commerce, havo predicted
that tho present generation would II to to H-r
(ulro an inland sen-port if wi- will bo allow
ed audi adjective and argued it' feasibility
with u convinelng force Ix-yomi the roach (if
irea"tio slang,' or all other weaion.s employ
hbbj by tlunn who will not believe bpeatne'it
does not suit them to believe. 1'ive year
ago the transportation of corn in tho bulk on
tho .Mi.llppl- wa declared impracticable
iK-ratue, forsooth, the vovels navigating tlmt
iitream were not tuliipUnl to such u busliitws.
The needful provision 1ms been made, how
ever, without taxing American Ingenuity in
th- b-ast. No rnoro oteut reason en . Ie
urged now against the project contemplated.
If it were required that the Mii,ippi should
be changed o iu to permit present ocean ves
el to navigate the hoje of success would bu
remote indeed, but at n change in the charac
ter of tho vessel would serve nearly tho same
ndf th mailer inttcud of assuming a prcjtos
terou phase, doe-, credit to tho wise-beads
that are (Hindering it.
1170 SHALL HE.Il'DGEt
Judge Olney baring resigned the ermine
of the bench, it is the duty of tho people of
thin judicial circuit to determine at the 1ml-lot-lo
who xlmll lx) ltit Miecesor; and, in
doing o, they should not allow thetnsolvcs to
Ik intluenewl by favoritism or prejudice, by
paiun or impul'M. They should not be un
mindful of the fact, that the interest of tho
public, and of almot every individual in tho
community, require, upon tho bench a man
competent to properly discharge the high and
responsible duties of the judicial otHeo, duties
which require in their performance tin exer
cise of tho highest, nioAt exalted and rarest
attribute of human nature, as well as learn
ing, and qualities of heiu)ud tlinracter which
may -taud the erutiny'H the most ugftciou
and purest among men. V do not wl-h to
be undertood in maintaining that the people
fhould 3Hk after tho ideal Judge of tletion,
who, with a win look always on hU venorable
race, i. over diguitlud, never permits a milo
. (huh noron tho sombre grjivlty of hU fea
lure, npoakff with measured deliberation, is
severe iu hi- deportment, and wears the murks
c-f purity of clmraoter on his brow. Wo
know too often dishonety lurks under .ueh
an exterior, and wisdom, learning and exem
plurj character may bo linked with youth,
chcerfulnosn and sociability. Hut wo desiro
t-i linprou upon the people tho neeosMty of
Aiwriiiti tbo candidates, and eoleetIng from
. among them thu one iu whom is to bu found
tho nearest approuoh to a combination of Ju
dicial ability, moral courage and unwavering
We have heard mine lawyers Hnd many
members of the bar mentioned as candidate
and probable candidate Tor tho vacant judgo
idiip: but of all those named only two havo
now any prominencn boforn thu pubiie ex
.ludge Sloan and S. l Wheeler, enj, Mr.
Wheeler is a young and rising lawyer. Few
men of his ago have at command a mom va
ricdMoro of li'gal loru than ho; and, wo aro
Mire, on the bench he would ioon command
the respect of tho bar and the confidence of
th public. Jim upon .Judge Sloan is con
centratod tho eyes of tho inasjes as well as of
thelmr; and it is scarcely possiblo ho tan
now, a-. b did nearly two years ago, stand
out against public importunity, "ilu will
doubtless yield to the demands of tho people
and beoome an avowed candidatu for the
abandoned judiolal robes uf this circuit, Take
him all in all, he is tho bet man for tho placo
in I lie circuit, and we hope he may ho elected.
IWVKALKW OA' STF.VUXX.
Oi the 1Mb iust., tho ccnato or the United
.S ,iies INloiiod to eulogies of the lute Thatl
ili'iif Stevens, and to critiuituu of Ids eliar
ncter. -Mr. Sumner mourned through an
oration marked by hjs peculiar rhetorlo and
outgivings of mperh egotlsmj but Mr. Huek
:il. , nothing extenuating or setting down
aught in malice, in a speech of groat powor,
calmly disicetod the character of tho deceas
ed, and exhibited its defects in tho clear light
of truth. Among other things, ho naid thu
reuron why l'itt had moral weight and Ste
vens hud not, was to bo found in tho fact
that tlui fornor was tho lawful husband of
one wife. Thin utiitemenl, which is truo bo
yoiil the jiockibility of refutation, created
quite a causation, and many of tho radical
senators a.umed tho air of indignant men
an'dVcoldbd like angry children.
I'll A CTICK.
Ono or two of th'j Chicago papers havo
taken up arms manfully against tlioabominn
bio barbarities practiced upouichool-children.
Ono of the wort and meanest of these U flog
ging a nytoin of cowardly brutality which
liould havo been long ago banished from
every civilized community. I5ut thcro aro
other nearly or quite us bad, as will bo seen
from tho (subjoined statement, published jn tho
"No matter how piercing cold, hov bluster
ing and nloruiy tho day may bo, no matter
how young, how feeble, how poorly clad, nor
how far the little victim tray havu waded
through tho drift to roach tho echooj, if for
fear of beinir miiiIsIkmI for 1iaIih lnr.tn iln.v
get there betoro tho bell ring, tliev mut
7. i i ii.- i.i ....t .. . . .
Pimm in mi; cum, wimoui a parucio oi nei
tcr, unlcas they crouch under tho fences liko
cattle, or find room in tho prlvv, though thev
perlh, until tholndl ring; at'tho sumo tinfo
our "luild-mannord" teachcrg aro lounging in
the well-warmed roonu, perhaps looking "out
of the window tmiling uiion tho suiroringi of
thoo children of irueibie parents.'"
Tho directors of common tchools through
out the country, where such a cruel and un
feeling practice prevails, will fail In their
duty if they, do not, peremptorily, put a stop
to it. Doci such an urrangement prevail in
Cairo' "Wo hope not, and iihould bo glad if
our superintendent, Mr.'IlurlJnghftin, would
give u. uuh iin.Huriiiico. It is an Htroeitv
that idioiild lx; tolerated nowhere.
TIIK rOHTV-FIKKT CO.X.UK.HH.
Nallonitl llniika, Kir.
Wamii.vcito.v. Dec. 21. Thu qumtion of
tho speakership for tho forty-Ant oongroa is
being agitst'-d, though very quietly, and thu
merits of tin different candidates aro being
canvassed. It N well seltlel that no candi
date from tli?-wct will bo urged, except, jinr
haps, as a compliment to somu member whom
his iidleiigm will delight to honor. Tho
most prominent aspirants seem to bo .Messrs.
Illaine, of .Maine, Dawes and Hanks; but
some new man may carry on" tho honors.
Thu fact that .Messrs. Daw'es and Hanks aro
both named, splits the MaachuetU delega
tion. It seems agreed that tho election of
speaker will tako place in .March, when tho
forty-first congress tlrst convene.
Applications havo been received at tho
treasury department from tho Fourth na
tional bank of Cincinnati, and tho First na
tional bank of Chlcngo both Government
depositaries that loth bo permitted to sur
render their privileges as designated deposi
tories, ami asking that their accounts Ihs bal
anced, and their .-ecurltitu re!cued.
Several delegations of Indians, represent
ing the iamis, Creeks, Cherokee, and other
triUf, are expected in Washington during
the winter, for tho purpose of securing addi
tions to tlio existing treaties between tlicui
and tho Government, relative to cessions of
lands and tho improvement of their domestic
The main walls of the now hospital build
ing, belonging to tho Howard university,
gao way this afternoon. Tho workmen,
about fifteen in number one-third white, tho
others black who were roofing tho struc
ture, fell to tho ground, a distance of fifty
feet, and wero all injured, several seriously,
if not fatallv.
TIIK KAMTKU.V sll.'KMTIO."-.
Tlie Ciiniliict nf the Syrian Ailmlrat A(
Conktantinoi'li; Dec. 'JO. Tho porto ap
proves tho conduct of Admiral llobart Pasha,
at the harbor of Syra.
Tho amba.sadors of tho Western powers de
cline to exercise protection over tho atTairs of
tho Greek residents after their expulsion from
tho Turkish domain.
AWTIIIA A!t KUA.SCK.
Faki.s Doc, "J I. It is reported that l'rinco
Mettornich has received instructions from
Vienna to act in concert with France on tho
TIIK KUMIA.V mil llUKNF.l).
Thu 'FrcW rcprejunts tho war excitement
to bo a great in Constantinople as in Athciu,
and state that tho Nubian flag has been pub
Holy burned in the utreou of Constantinople.
Co.vrtTA.s riNoi'Lv:, Dec. 21. Tho Greek sub
jects of tlio Saltan havo sent n memorial to
Athens, praying the government to avoid it
war with Turkey.
l.O.NIIOS TIMKS OV TIIK fUESlUKNT'rt MKS3AOK.
Tho ftill mtssago of President Johnson hav
ing been received, tho 'Times' to-day, refers to
tlio President's stubbornnesf, donouncej hU re
pudiation jiroposition, and approves tho action
of tho senato and houso in their disiKisal of tho
. - . . i
A nliockliiK AcclUent.
TiTTsnunn, Decombor 21. A shocking ac
cident occurred at Miller farm, on Oil Crook,
on Saturday last. A benzine tank, contain
ing 250 barrels of crndo oil and ban.lne, ex
ploded, shuttering tho tanking to atoms. Tho
oil and benzino took firo, and ran dm.it tho
hill, deluging two men, numod Georgo Ihirt
lott and Georgo Knowlton, in a torrent of
firo. Tlio lattor died about noon. .Mr, Hurt
lelt will recover. Tho flames communicated
to two other tnuks containing 250 gallons of
benzino, which wero insured. Loss $1,000.
Tho following odorous announcement ap
pears In thu Jlntl'alo 'Express. Randolph is
in Oattaragu county, and is ono of tlio most
intensely radical towns in tho State: "Two
inoro children, n colored boy named Marshall
Sliotliold and a white girl named Amanda
Wilson, wero married in Randolph by, a
JilothodUt minister last Wednesday night."
WEDNESDAY EVENING, DEOEMJJEJt
An Amerlfiin llrnuly Alironil.
from the Iwiiilsville Courier Joiirtml.
Among tlio many famous beauties whom
our city bonste, nono wero ever so much ad
mired, probably, as the brillaiitand fascinating
.Miss Hello Key who married tlio Into Colonel
.Inmca Hewitt, 0. S. A., (who was killed at
Chicamnuga,) and after remaining in groat so.
elusion nbroad was married to a distinguished
and wealthy Polish gentleman residing In New
York, nlwut a year ago. Tho happy couplo aro
now visiting in Poland. Tho W arsaw 'Cour
ier of November 2, makes tho following allu
sion to an American family recently visithig
that citv. Tho persons nlluded to aro lr.
Martin fclwowski (Zabriski) ofMorrisanin, and
Ids accomplished and beautiful wife. "Wo quote:
"During tlio representation nt tho theatre
dn Saturday night all oyes were fixed on tho
purturro-box at tho loft of tlio stage, and really
tho curiosity of tho 'spectator was more tlmn
gratified, for in tho box was seated a lady
splendid in leauty and glittering iu precious
stouos. Wo admit, in till frankness, that wo
havo never ccn Kuch a dindem as, that which
crowned tho cla-ssic brow of this beautiful crea
ture; and so, also, with tho collar uf oriental
pearls of great price, Joined by stars of dia
monds, ytt even less perfect thnn tho nock
which they surrounded. Wo aru informed that
tho husband of tho lady belongs to ono our
illustrious families, a member nf which K-ttleU
in America two hundred yean ago, and that
ho and his wife aro now on a visit to this coun
try, whoro his ancestors its. honor and its
glory formerly lived. These distinguished
personages have already traveled for some time
In Kurojio, and intend to honor Warsaw with
their prcsuncc for a few weeks."
AkhIx isnri thf (Jliclr.
ProfeiMir Apusiz said somu interesting
things concerning his pet glacial theory at
the Amherst agricultural meeting last week'.
Hodeclnred that all tho materials on which
agricultural processes depend aro decomposed
rocks, not mi much rocks that nndorllo the
soil. hut thoo on tho surface
and brought from considerable distance
and ground to powder by tho rasp
of tho glacier. Ico, all over tho continent, is
the agent that has ground out more soil than
all other agencies together. Tho jienetration
of wnlerdiilo rocl s, frost, running water and
baking sun havodono something, but tho gla
cier more. I n a former age tho wholo United
Statu was covered with ico several thouiand feet
thick, and this ice, moving from north to Kouth
by the attraction of tropical warmth, or press
ing weight of icu and snow behind, ground
the rock" over which it pnsed Into tho pasto
wo call tho soil. Tliee manes of ico can bo
f racked a stiroly as gamoU tracked by tho
hunter. He bad madcu study of them to UiU
country as far ninth iu Alabama, but had ob
served the sumo phenomenon particularly in
Italy, where, among the Alp, glaciers afo iu
progress. The utones and rocks ground and
polished by tbo glaciers can easily bu distin
guished from tuoo Veratched bv running
water. Thu angular boulders found in meu-
ilows ami ttie terraces on our river not now
reached bv water, can ho accounted for only
in this way. Ho urged a now survey of tho
surface geology of the state, its a help to tin-
uerstanuing its constituent elements, ami paid
a liltrls tribute to tho memory of tho lato
The London correspondent of the Itoston
'Advertiser' say of tlio late Marquis of Has
tings: After leaving Oxford University ho
hurried along tho road to ruin with a selfish
ncs prominent in hi vices. His splendid
country house was a sceiio of mad dissipation
for week together, Wino ran liko wntor,
and a hundred deviltries wero constantly per
petrated. A gentleman told mo only yester
day that ho onco saw tho .Marquis open a knifo
wh'ich contained several extremely sharp bladci
and put it in tlio coat pocket of ono of hi
gtiasts while dancing at a ball. Tho rcault
soon after was a hand cut and gashed iu a score
of places. Thu was n minor pleasantry of tlio
wretched young nobleman. At other times
ho wonld takedown n valuable family painting
and set It up on hid lawn and firo at it. Ono
year ho won wventy thousand pounds and tho
next ho lost inoro than a hundred thomnnd.
There is often to bo seen in tlio Haymarket of
a night, u Captain Scott, who on'co won a
much in a similar manner, and who now wan
dor about with frequently not half a dollar In
his pocket to buy Jinn a dinner. Stningo to
-ay, even when ho had tho lar-ftM itako iu tho
in'uo of a race, tho Marquis rarely idiowed any
Interest in tho running, but would lean or set
litlejly looking on, with u cigarette between
his lips and nursing himself, as It wore, against
the welcome summer breeze, even then too nip
ping for his shattered frame."
- Hi - -
Olcl-Tliue Utccptlou or the PrmlUrutlal
The manners of Congress havo sadly de
generated since tho day of Washington.
Then tho Presidential Message was received
with dignified courtcny, and a committee ap
pointed to wait on the President with tho re
ply. At thu timu appointed, the Senator
went in procession to tho President s room,
and woro received with that nerlou and itato
ly courtey which was then in vogue among
porsons high in otilco. Fancy a long dlnituV
room, with tho tables and chairs removed.
Heforo tho-llro-plneo ntnndA a tall and superb
figure clad in a suit of black velvet, with
black silk stockings and ilvcr buckles. His
hair, white with powder, is irathored hohind
In a silk bag. ifo wears yellow gloves, and 1
houis H cooKo.1 ;iai auorniii wan coeuadu ami
plume. A sword, with hilt of polished etool
and he.ath of white leather, further relieves
tlio somber magnificence of tho President'
form. Tho Senators enter witli tho Vice
President at their head, and read tho address,
to which tlio President make a brief and
courteous reply, and, at its conclusion, tho
Senato piado a formal end ceremonious exit,
and then returned to their chamber. Cus
toms and manner havo changed since then
to a complete antithesis.
Tlir Kiliuliitlon of Curliimlc Aclil.
Dr. Kdward Smith has ascertained tho
amount of carbonic, acid exhaled by tlitf lungs.
It varies in proportion to the work perform
ed. During sleep It is at tho rate of 203
grains per hour: while in.ii allting position, I
1.1 1 grams j wnuo win King at me rale ot two
miles an hour, l,p83 genius; wbllo walking
three miles an hour, 1,552 grains; ami when
working on tho teadniill, 2,l2u grains hourly.
Wcndoll Phillips' newspaper, the 'Anti
Slavery Standard, has a plan for tlio radi
cals to "maku a huro thing of it'' by taking
tlio appointments out of Grant''' hands, now,
at tho start tho process being to impeach
and remove President Johnson, put in lieu
Wndo by tho Senate, and havo him givo out
tho o tikes, boforo Grant gets in.
The Woman's Sulfragn Association of St.
JiOtiU is actively engaged in getting signa
tures to memorials to congress and tlio state
legislature, praying for tlio privilege of
voting. A memorial to congress, signed by
over 2,000 peMon., was forwarded on tho 21st
inst. Tho association holds n regular meet
ing overy vfiek, and considerable general in
terest is'boing manifested in tlio matter.
An American captain named liobbin, and a
man nnined Jtayuard, bought a vessel called
thoS. D. lialley about nine months ago, at San
Francisco. They freighted her half witli real
cargo and half will dummies, and then got thu
whole cargo insured as first class cargo for
$8,000. Tho dodgo was for Jlobbins to carry
her out to sea and hctittloher, m-t the insurance
money, and then divide it. When Kobins got
to ben ho began to ask himself what business
Kaynard (who was left ashore) had with any
sharoof tlio money, or, indeed, with tho vessel
or tlio cargo at all. So ho determined to keep
both for his own private fortune, and did so.
Ho carried her to Tunnoy Islond, whero ho
sold all tho Huleablo portion of tho cargo, and
bought cocoa-nut oil with tho procoodB. Then
ho sailed for New Zealand and sold tiio oil,
making $2,000 by that single transaction.
Having ctl'aced tho marku on tho rest of tho
cargo, ho then sold it on" at public auction, and
would havo oold tho schooner too, but could not
produce his authority for tho act. So ho aban
doned her and went to Melbourne, whoro ho
took rooms like any other gentleman, and do
posited hi money in ono of the banks. Ho was
discovered, however, bv tho detectives, and ar
rested under tho extradition treaty of 1842, on
the govornor warrant, nt tho requisition of tho
United States Consul at Melbourne.
Tho Mormons tilumo Iheinsolve upon be
ing in advance of tho ago on tho question of
female suffrage. Women aro allowed to veto
In tho "State of Deseret" at all political meet
ings, and Brighain Young's paper say:
"Thcro has novor been a .day when there
would have been tho least fear entertained
respecting tho vote of men, women and chil
dren." BOOK BINDING.
AlltO CITV IJOOK UINDKP.Y.
Book - 331xxciox-, Xlxilox
lllank Hook. Manufacturer,
No. 73 Ohio Lkvek, CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Rook ("or C'intiilt and ;ouuty
A Full Set of Hooks for Ssrnnibouts ;
LA WAND MUSIC ItOOh'S,
Periodicals, .Magazines, Kepoilturlcs ami
Of any kind ami Mm. Z&H
Dray Tickets, UU1 Heads mid Hills lading
GILDING AND LF.TVIUIING,
With UUpattih ami oorm'tiir's, uml in
Any Stylr Ilrnlrril,
At tt IkuiIs anl C)iign pricos-
1'iiWle i.itnin.inl rMetfiilly mitielUxl, .mil satis.
f.M;tion fjunptiKeeil. .
All Work Hone on Short Notice.
iiwiii'M nr . . . .... . ..
AT THE "LITTLE HQIUWON SALOON, '
Near Williams' I'uhuit llourlxiu IiUtillery, I'oiuiiiciir
ink" ut in o'clock, Chrisliuas iiioraiiiK and toeoiitoiiin
during the d'Jy. hhootui for Tuil.eys, (ieese, lliiek.
Ae A full anil choice assortment uf Liquor ami
Ci:irs will lx.' dlslu'li'.fd hy tho proprietor.
I'rlated at tho oflk'u of thu i'uir) liullutiii.
JOHN II. OBEREY & CO.
jr"i:w AifKivAhsr nkw AinrfvATs
CH1USTMAS AND NKW VKAK'S GOODS
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
12 C'oniinorchil Avenue.
Informs the cltitean of Cairo ami rlnlnlly th.it lin
oo hand ono of tho largest anil Iwst outsorted stock of
Dry Woods, Fancy (JoocLs and Notions,
In fsfiiilherii Illinois which hennornitl prieeii tlist will
VSt will sell IVinU, furttbramU, tfrom...8 to lV
Yiinl wiilc lllcwhoil Muslin at - U
Unity ynl wide PhcotfnK at lie
All-wool KUnnel ut !"c
WhiUj lllMikcu nor imlr. at - .. W
lMn Kite nil-wool ilnilUe Shawls at 4 20
Nowptyln laille' Clonks at Miliunl iipw arils
Elegant anil ery henry ehutiKfUo anil 11k-
nrod l'niilliis, per yanl, from-...- -..sjtoltv
Hilk I'oplln; at - .. 7V
liooil yitrd-wiile Mcrmn at...........- IO
A large assortment of
Muck and Colored Alpacas at So cents
And numerous ether styles of Press Good corns
All-linen llHlidkprclili'f' at
All-llni n Tiihi'Iiiii, per yard, at
(iond TnMo Mnrlt
Irlih l.lncn, yard wMn,. .
Atl-Hmil .S:ue. - w. ..-..
Inlli s' Merlim lloo ... .
Merlna Undershirts anil Drawers
Also, n lurr s'l-orlinont ot
Alexander Kid CIIore...... .......tl 73
Frrneli Coracla .. 1 (IO
ItOHBd C'OBlb.. lUt
, And nit other Good correspondingly loc.
It is thercfurft ta the Interest of eery person huylot
goods Ui call at
122 C'f'iniiit'rcliil Atciiuo,
llr fore hit) ing eluewhore, as money Mel i mon'j
Thankful fur the MhtrI patronnn hrretefure ft
tended to lin, wn m. to rifi-it the lino In futurn
OH .:VKKVTH1N(! IS
I THE 33002 XJiaXTE !
dMfJI'Mlf No. 1011 OiiMiuruL Avasur
gOUTHKHN II.I.I.V01S TKACH Kit.
An IMiii'iitimi.tl Jonrn.il, uMislii-d Hiiiu-MiiathlT
at Hie city of linn, aintil'-tmrd lo Hit interest of the
(J nnf Cause of Kdtieution
In Soiilh irn Illinois. No i.MMillhMiitrpd to niakx
this Journal a )imrful rnil intliioiitinl vciiliihiitinii to
the priiielji'rs of ll.m iiioiii to I he jmprutement ul
liie the iiK'ihiHl nf - himl liistruothui, and to the ml
vunwini'iit nf nil reforms for the elevation of (he
ht4lldurd in "K3)it "
Hiniiln Mlll-en'ru. one ir
(Hull nf titer litn and iiiiderlM, unit year to one
(lull of oter o, inn- )"iir, liniiin mhlri'sS
I'rrma, la)itlilr lit AUmice.
The first tiiimU r II Ik. is.Ui'd S.iliirday, atth in-'
KlIlllMl AMI I'itOl'lUKTOI'.,
leeVidtf Owlro, 111.
mUK ALIIATKOSS SALOON and l!KS-
L TAUHA NT,
ftl OHIO LKVEK CAIRO, ILL.,
I fiirul.heit with nil kind of uxmllcnt I.lorOfL.-.
and IN IhMo are iiIuiik tilled with all the Jeasonalih'
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