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THE. DAILY CAIttO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 28, 1930.
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fly llneH' U or Iom will hat i-uMUhml lor'-rt
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tauDlb. Kui l)iii)unl tliii', prorata. Silualloua
To learn thecaipciiieraml .inltier'a trade. Must
U ainarl hiiO active, IT tolltvcars of tiu.
JSU. A. POoKh.
An order' tM for flou if applied on auv ntyle
firal-cliisa Mcndlesauou Plaoo. Will-he fll low.
Apply al tbla offlcc,
. HOAKDEKS WANTED.
A!ri. Byrne ran accommodate lew i.v
boadera, also board and room for to. ''r,VHT.y
low. Apply at her house next to lliu Catholic
church on WasulHL'ton avenue.
I'ROFKSXIOXAL i'AKDS -PHYSH'IAN'S.
y H- MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
0(Bc HO 0 aniercUl avenue. Holdout corner
l ourt. cnth St. and Washington avenue, I alro.
jyK. E. W. WHITI.OCK,
OfTiM-Xii, M. Commercial Avenue, between
EIrUUi and Ninth Sweet
J)R. W. C. .TOCELYN.
Ol'FirE EluhtW Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public ami Conveyancer.
OFFICE: -With the Widows' and Oorpnans' Mil
nl Aid Society.
PROPRIETOR OF SPEOATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE EY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
() F F I C K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
-yoouM ife nnoDEurcK.
Dealers in -
STAPLE and FANCY
Wa.-hinirtou Avenue, Cor.
rpHE CITY NATIONAL RANK
W. P. HAM.MAY. President.
11. I.. II A 1.1.1 DAY. VlrePre-iiicm.
THUS. W. IIALI.IDAY. a.lner.
. TlTt TAYLOR. W. P. HAI.IIDAV.
HKNKf L. UA1.I.I1MY. II. H I'CNNINllHAM.
. II. ILI.lAii, T CHURN Bllll).
H. H. CAStlKR.
Exchauire, Coin ami I'uitwl States Bonds
HOt'OHT AM) SOU).
Dopslireoeived and a general liatikluL' lils!ties
LEXAXDKIt COUNTY RANK,
Commercial Avenue u ml F.iglilli Street,
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II. Wki.i... Caaliler.
T. .1. Kkkvii, A.itniil I nailer.
F. Uro. ( aim: Wllllnin Klnae. Cainr
Peter Sell'. Cairo: William Wulf. Cairu:
C. M. )teil(pb. Cairo: It. I.. Hilllii.cv.Sl. I.ciul'
. Buder. Cairo: ,1. V. ( li'in.cm.' Caledonia ;
A OENEUAI. BANKIM1 Itl'SlNKSS DON K.
IXCHA(Eold and liounht. Interest paid in
.J tile HaIUL'a Departllielit Coliectioii. inmle
aud all liHsiiiess protnptlv nitenili il to,
ALL SOHTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Mauulacturer or and Dealer loAlso
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
tAU. KiNua or job wmta bovk to iiittitnj!
' NO. 27, F.UlllTIt M'KKV.T,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Mornltiff Dally in Southern Illinois.
KNTKllKl) AT TIIK POST OFFICE IX CAIKO. IL,
1,1 NOIU, AH SKOOND-CI.AS8 MATTKK.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF AI.KX ANDKH COUSTV
SITOAL LOCAL ITEMS.
SEE YOURSELF AS OTHERS SEE YOU.
It you wiint ti pertVct, natural ami. life
like picture of yourself or friciul in Imliu
ink ami water colors, nlltumeu ink or oil
on canvass, give Lilitfoot k Shelton, who
reiircsent the celelmiteil Auburn Company,
youronlur. If not satisfied, ho charges.
Agents wanted. Special terms on applica
tion. Call nt Mrs. Stites', Seventh street.
The "Active" cookui"; stove, tlie best
ever brought to this ninrket. Call and see
it, at Davidson's.
Wm. EiclthotT announces himself, not as a
candidate, not bcinji delivered from all
evils, hut being delivered from those un
principled sharks that in vain sought his
ruin, and the gentleman with his untiriii!,'
movement has now rest. He has not only
bullied the lej;al lraternity and worked
successfully as agent the last two years,
thereby keeping the wolf at bay, but lie
offers a reward of f00 for any bill that he
cannot duplicate at r. Louis. Chicago or
Cincinnati prices. It will bp read
with pleasure by his many friends and
patrons thnt he has secured the "Hamilton
building." and his immense stock of goods
will be removed from the factory and dis
played in his new place on tin-t of April,
and sold at rck bottom prices.
Mr. John Major is prepared to lurnish
all kinds of new wagons and buggies on
credit, on approved paper or very low for
FOR SALE CHEAP,
the following machinery, all in lirst class
order: One boiler nearly new, 40 inches
diameter, 04 feet long, with smoke stack;
one engine 10 inch bore, '24 inch stroke,
with heater, force and lifting pump; one
Daniel's planer; oue 12 inch planer: four rip
saws and frames complete; one cut off saw:
three shaping machines; one routing ma
chine for bed posts mid rails; one self-feed
slat tenanting machine, one boring ma
chine; one power mortising machine; two
turning lathes: three Emery wheL-ls.mountcd
on shafts and frames; sixty feet of '' inch
fine shafting with pulleys. For price en
quire at Furniture Factory,
Wii.i.iam Rich hoi K.
Mr. John Major lias now on hand a
large lot of farm and spring wagons, log
wagon, one horse, two horse and sulky
plows, Tessiers best, and double and single
harrows. New and second hand buggies
very cheap for ca-h or approved paper. (!o
and see them.
Tin-: "Active" cooking stove, the best
ever brought to this market. Call and see
it. at Davidson'-'.
Jacub Kline desires the public to know
that he has perfected his machinery for the
manufacture of stone in blocks, and is now
ready to receive orders for sidewalk slabs,
foundation stone, building corners, window
sills, caps, etc. Orders will receive prompt
attention, and be tilled without delay.
At A. Ila'.Iey's on Commercial avenue op
posite Seventh street. The largest and
finest stock to be found in the city. Tin
and hollowware of all kind.. Fine cut
lery, bird cages, ammunition, etc. A new
supply of the Rissell carpet sweepers.
Oarden and farm implements. Hardware
of all kinds. Cooking stoves, the lust in
the market. Examine his stock and prices
before vou buv.
Mr. ('has. Sliocniucyer. proprietor of the
(lerniania hnii-c. situated at the junction
ol Popl ar and Tenth streets and Wush
iutou avenue. is prepared to
accommodate. a few nioiv day
boarders at reasonable rates. The
table is tirst class, containing always the
best the season affords, and the general ac
commodations afforded are not stirpascd
by any private board inn house in the tity.
General repairiirj oi carriaues and bug
gies. Go to John Major, Tenth street, Cairo,
Pl iJLtC NOTICE.
Caiiio. Ills., March 2. lSsn.
Public notice is hereby given to dcpo.i.
tors and all others thai, on and after May
1st, 1M.S0, the rate of interest allowed and
paid by the Enterprise Savings Rank will
be four ill per cent, per annum oii'nll de
posits, under the rules and regulations of
said bunk, until further notice.
Ry order of the Hoard of Directors.
Tuos, W. Hai.uday,
Secretary and Treasurer.
Paving shells to decorate your walks,
gardens, etc., by the barrel only, tit Samuel
E. Wilson's, Ohio I.evee, Cairo, Illinois.
Tiik Voltaic Uki.t Co., Maksiiai
Mich Will send their celebiatcd Electro-
o!taie IJeltsto the nlllieted upon !i day:
trial. Speedy cure irimranteijd. The;
!ll"Mi wll.it they s-4y, W" I i til to t'lCItl with"
flENKARL LOCAL NEWS.
Mr. D.' Rush, with other citizens of
Charleston, were in the city yesterday.
-S. E. Wilson sells shells, for the decor
ation of gardens, by the barrel. See his
Mr. Gus Williamson, who lias been
absent to Columbia, Illinois, for ubout a
week, returned home yesterday.
- The St. Johns coal mines are receiving
fresh accessions of miners Ironi Hopkins
ville and other points on the Cumberland
Lawyer Anderson, of Mound City, was
in Cairo, yesterday, having been called
hither by business in the line of his pro
fession. Services in the several churche of the
city to-day, as usual. The sermons to some
of the congregations will be especially to
The Delta City fire company will give
their regular semi-annual ballon Thursday
evening, April 8th. Supper in engine room.
Admissiou oue dollar: supper extra.
Mr. Dan Ilurtman commenced the re
moval of his stock of goods to his new
building, yesterday. He will be fully in
stalled in his new quarters some time
during the present weak.
Messrs. Smith & Rrinkmeyer have re
ceived a full line of cloths and cisimers for
spring and summer suitings. Their work
gives entire satisfaction and styles ire al
ways of the latest.
General Grant should be invited to
come to luiro iy all means, it only to
smoke a cigar thyj ''Faultless" best live
cent ciiar iu the world. For sale bv F.
Korsmeyer. Ohio Levee, corner Sixth street.
Only four clays more in which to pay
taxes without additional cost. Parties who
have not yet paid their personal or reulty
taxes would do well to note this fact and
tep up promptly to the collector's office to
The Argus is correct. The new privy
ordinance was read a second time, was dis
cussed at some length, and after eliciting
the approval of all the aldermen who ad-
Ires.ed themselves to the subject, its further
consideration was postponed until the next
Under the force of the whfd and
waves, yesterday, three or four of the back
yard conveniences belonging to homes sur
rounded by sipe water, left their founda
tions and drifted to localities and lodged
in po.itions where they can be of no earthly
service to anybody which U a very exas
A Charleston paper says that dining
the ten or twelve days past Ren Shelby and
Rob Danforth, of that village, have killed
from 75 to loo suipe each, eveiy day, with
unvarying regularity. They ship their
game to Chicago where, obtaining one
ollar and a half per dozen, they turu their
fun into profit.
A dance, under skillful and re.po:ii-
b!" management will be given to-morrow
(Easter Monday nighti in the hall of the
Hibernian engine house, for the. benefit of
Mis. Christopher Kelly, whose continued
sickness and consequent needs are not tin-
known to the public. Good music and a
ooil time and tickets only .10 cents.
It was iu exact uccodance with 04:'
'baby programme" to give Pyatt credit for
girl, when it was notorious all over
the city, that the youngster was a tine boy.
We lay 110 claims to accuracy iu such mat- ,
teis, anil hold ourselves in readiness, at all 1
tunes, to correct or take buck any observu- 1
tions we may venture in that connection. I
Dr. Marean i. perfecting iirraiigeineuts !
the completion of which he will announce !
in Tiik I.t i.i.k 11 v, for furnishing the cele- I
brated electro-vapor baths, the cllicncy of
which in the cureol dyspepsia, diseases of
the liver and kidneys, rheumatism and kin
dred diseases stand unchallenged even
among scieutilie men. Watch our advertis
Murphysboro is said to have a strong
hankering for the machine shops of the
Cairo and St. Louis railroad. If, in addi
tion to the desire, the town ran shake the
requisite means iu her fist, the easy road
to a gratification of the desire is probably
pen. Corporations like men, are usually
("iihollod b,- the strongest intliieiutes
brought to bear on them.
Closely following our information yes
terday, that Mr. ami Mrs. Robertson's child
was dangerously sick, came the report,
which we neglected to make public, that,
during the afternoon, the child died in a
spasm. Mr. and Mrs. R. have the heartfelt
sympathies of their acquaintances, as was
evidenced during tjie sickness of the child
and during the solemn rites of sepulture.
The remains left the city fur burial, yester
day. Mrs. Swanson heard a senium m u.
in Chicago, and the preacher's vivid and
terrifying description of denial torture
Kicatly frightened her. She brooded over
the subject several days, then became pos
sessed of the idea that she had committed
the unpardonable sin, and finally sank into
iueiinible lunacy. The minister who in
dulged in such blood-curdling uniting is
cither a lunatic or a "human fiend." In
cither case he should be dispossessed of his
We g. to press, this morning, without
our accustomed contributions from the
pens of "Kute W " and ''l.iuwood."
The first Hum '.i wu ca:i excuse, because of
lur indispositiou; but since we have an im
fi.iKi) c ntract to hear from her every Sun
Jny, wo can l'liune no satisfactory excuse,
for ''Linwood." We can only nsk, with
many of our readers, "why is this thus?"
The faithful and ever welcome "I. A. M.",
is with us this morning "Kate W " is
indisposed; but "Linwood," where is she?
The May Fisk blondes called out a
rousing house in Paducah, and the
Hastiness of the entertainment proved
equal to the demands ot the Paducah ap
petite for such provcuder. Public morals
ordinary decency, in fact, demands tho
suppression of this troupe, at once. The
very fact that its exhibitions are not such
as any decent man would permit his wile
or daughter to witness, condemns the or
ganiation as that one that is not tit to ex
Mr. Naugle, the Cairo agent of the
Cairo aud St. Louis railroad, expresses the
opinion that trains will run into Cairo
again, in two or three clays at farthest.
During the inundation of the track in this
vicinity, all the trains that formeriy made
through trips, hare run down as far as
Hodges Park, thus accommodating, as
Usual, all the local traffic. Hefore an
other flood iu tint rivers, the road will reach
tho city over a new embankment, built
above the crest of the highest water known
to this locality.
The Murphysboro Independent insists
that, in the next convention, Jackson county
will claim the right to name the senator,
in a voice that will give out no uneerUin
sound. Alexander county, always lair and
couciliatoiy, will enter the convention to
act for the best interests of the party. If
Jackson county will subject Ueiselt to the
same spirit, she need have no feais. If the
nominee be Lemma or Mayham or Ware or
any other good Democrat, we must all
throw up our hats for him and help
A disposition w is manifested on the
part of some of our citizens, esterday. o
charge the drowning of the two negroes
from the wheel house of the Guiding Star,
to carelessness on the part of the mate and
pilot. In tlie absence of any proot ot the
justice of such a grave intimation, we feel
constrained to regard the paities named as
guiltless. It may have been a lamentable
mistake 011 the part of one or both, but
that they felt any reckless disregard of hu
man life is a suspicion i:i which we have no
The trial of Mr. E. F. Davw under
the ca. sa. isud at tlie instanco of Mi-s-r.
Jewett and Adams, came on for hearing
before the countv court, yesterday morning.
Iu the abseace of an itnrtant witness,
resident of Charleston, Mo., the plaintiffs
moved a postponement of the hearing until
H o'clock, next Wednesday morning. If
the presence of the witness is not assured
before that time, his deposition will be
taken on Tuesday, so that, in almost any
event, the healing of the case will be com
menced on Wednesday limning.
The police business of Cairo, yesterday,
was slack. Policemen and constable stood
upon the street corners ready for calls; but
neither individuals nor occurrences called
them. Squire Robinson dealt w ith a very
plain drunk one that had more liniberness
than viciousness in it, and desiring to save
lite city the expense of a commitment, gave
the offender one hour in which to leave the
city, instead of two or three days' confine
ment in the calaboose. Aside from this
ca-e. quiiH reigned in all the Warsaw-of
our police courts.
- -The Dii'uoLi Tribune .ays that, in
Alexander county where the Republicans
are largely in the a-ecndati', tin; Democrats
abhor politics in the election ol county of
ficers. The "large ascendency'' consisted
of about liO votes at the last election. Al
exander, on a full vote, is a Democratic
county, and the Democracy has never
flinched from a political contest. Vet
ivithin the past live years they have not en
forced political contests for the county of,
fieei's. We have maintained the sensible
rule of selecting what were considered the
best men. regardless of their politics.
- Hon. Geo. W. Wall, in a letter to Hon.
T. W. McNcely, luiiiman of the Denio
cralic State Central Committee, declares
that he opposes third terrorism, and even
the success or the Republican party under
any guise it. may assume, because "such
success would tend to the rapid and cer
tain destruction of our constitutional sys
tem, mid oi all state identity an end once
accomplished that would soon put a period
to popular self government." Judge Wall
is Miiiong the clearest-headed of our pro
gressive Democrats, ami it is eminently
proper, in this emergency, that he should
do what lie lias done, make himself heard
through the press and from hustings.
' The firm and irritated manner in which
gentlemen held their hats 011 their heads
while passing along Washington avenue
sidewalk, above loth street, during tin;
high winds of yesterday, formed rather an
amusing study for those whose chapeaux
were in 110 danger. We sympathized with
Mr.J.S. Hawkins, whose hat was blown a
hundred feet or more out into the sipc
water, most sincerely. He felt much in
clined to swear, not so much on account of
the loss of the hat as because he was un
able to determine whether to return home
aud get an old hat, or go down town nnd
buy a new one. A decision either wny in
volved ubout 11 half mile wull; through the
To-day is Easter Sunday, which, ac
cording to Worcester and Ribllcal history,
is tho day on which the resurrection of
Christ is commemorated tho third day
uftcr good Friduy, being tho first Sunday
after the full moon, whirh happens upon,
or next after, the 21st day of March, cor
responding in season to tl.e Passover of the
Jews. The most obvious derivation, after
the ancient style, is "yet a storm" tho
time of caster being subjected to the con
tiuual recurrence of tempestuous weather.
Rod in says the designation comes from the
goddess, Eostra, nn imaginary deity wor
shipped by the Agio-Saxons, and especially
honored by festivities in April. Rut we
confess, that, although regarded, in our ed
itorial character, as a religious teacher, the
subject is, in view of the different alleged
origins, entirely "too many for us."
While the steamer Guiding Star was
moored behind the yellow warehouse, yes
terday morning, the stern line, as 11 result
of the high wind prevailing, became en
tangled iu the wheel. Two colored men,
named George Mundy and and Hill Stone,
and a white man named Cook, clambered
into the w heel to disengage the line. This
work w:is in progress, when the pilot, see
ing the line slack, and understanding that
orders had been given to "go ahead," rang
on the steam. The wheel commencing to
revolve precipitated the colored men into
the river, and both of them were drowned.
Mr. Cook managed to keep out of the
water, but was badly crushed
aud wounded. He was removed to St.
Mary's infirmary, and leceived all needful
attention. The bodies of the colored men
were not recovered, and the extreme rough
ness of the river prevented anv thing like
thorough search for them. The affair is
certainly a most lamentable one: but it
seems to us that proper precautions on the
part of the men entering the wheel, or the
officer who cs-ayed the control of the work,
might have prevented its occurrence.
Our whole office w as on short allow
ajUce, yesterday, because of the omission
(for which the editor shrinkingly assumes
the responsibility 1 to publish the following
note, received about half-past !l o'clock.
Friday night, from Mr. Walton W. Wright.
With apologies to Mi-s Marion Craig
Wright, for not announcing her arrival 21
hours sooner, and with coiigratu!ati'is to
Mr. and Mrs. Walton Wright, on the score
of an event oyer which they have 01 1 ,'ision
to feel happy, we append the note, which
shoulJ have been (and would haw- been
but for an inadvertency for which we feel
Iio inclination to exi u-e our. -Ives pub
lished yesterday :
DhAit Sin : -Miss M inon Ci eg Wiight.
of very tender age. arrived in this city,
alone, at 8:4o o'clock Friday p. 111., an I
will mterose no objections to receiving
call., at the residence of ('apt. G. D. Wil
liamson, at an early date.
Walton W. Whu.iit.
P. S The tickets out for the cigars will
be duly honored."
The ordinance "changing the privy
system of the city, and regulating the Use
of the same," contemplates tin gradual in
troduction (If airtight ti'b or buckets
such as can be readly removed at short in
tervalsinstead of the pres-nt system ol
vaults, that is so obiu xious to the public
health. It is not the aim ot the ordinance
to compel a general aud sudden adoption
of the new system, Th" object is to make
a beginning. It is therefore provided that
no more privy vaults .shall be sunk any
where in the city. All privies, from
this time forth, iiiii-t be constructed
iu accordance w ith the new plan, which is
not only cheaper than the old, but will
surely provide against those foul emana
tions th it are known to be so detrimen
tal to the public health. When any
of the vaults now in use, become
so tilled with excreta as to be adjudged by
the board of health as dangerous to the
health ol the neighborhood iu which they
are located, they .shall be cond limed ti- a
nuisance, mid as such abated. The owner
shall not be permitted, in such an event, to
sink unotle-r vault, but shall adopt the new
system. In dealing with th" vaults now iu
use. the ordinance further requires, what
has always been required, that they be dis-
infected at proper intervals, under the or
ders of the board of health. Indeed,
throughout, the ordinance seems to lie the
only measure ever conceived by our council
that properly grapples with our privy uuis
mice. It .should be cheerfully accepted,
thet'i'lbie, as the entering wedge to the best
possible solution ot a most difficult sanitary
piobleni. For the subjection of the fact
io'.iscitizen it provides proper penalties; but
all reasonable property-holders will at once
accept it for what it is a measure that
seek to remove a constantly iiiiginenting
menace to the good health of our city.
In the discussion of the ordiance pro
viding for the establishment of u twenty
live foot alley 011 the "Railroad strip," ami
for the sale of the remaining seventy-live
feel, ut certain figures to bo li.xed by com
missioners, Alderman Patier said that the
ordinance contemplated the defeat of a
purpose long held in view bv a mnjority of
the people of Cairo. From the time of the
platting of Cairo, he said, .the strip had
been set aside for railroad purposes, nnd he
did not know that the hope of ultimately
persuading or forcing the several railroads,
coming in from the north, to use the strip,
had ever het'ti abandoned, The strip was
tho .place for the railroads. Every
consideration of economy and cor
venience urged the use of it for railroad
purposes, and the adoption of the ordi
nance before the council, would, at once
and lorever, close out all hope or prospect
of employing tho strip for the purposes
originally intended. Alderman Linegar re
plied, that he agreed with Alderman Pi
tier: the strip was the place for the rail
roads, and it was only when he saw that
turther effort to persuade or drive them
there would be futile, that he favored a dif
ferent disposition of the ground. The Illi
nois Central was fixed on the Ohio levee,
and was, to all intents and purposes, im
movable. The Cairo and St. Louis railroad
had acquired, by purchase, tlie right of way
011 the easterly side of the city, and as the
best interests of the road, and, in fact, the
necessities of its existence depended upovi
a use of that right of way, it was folly to
expect that company to seek or accept any
other means of access with the city. Sv
with the Cairo ami Vineeunes lailroal.
That company had secured, aud during t!;
summer would employ, a right of way o:j
the easterly side of the city. Coinmerci.il
avenue might, and probably would, con
tinue to be used by the company's pase:i
ger trains, but that any contingency would
arise that might induce or compel the com
pany to use the railroad strip, was no
among the probabilities of the present or
future. "Ami properly canvassing tlie
probable needs of our traffic," continued a!
derman Linegar, "it is not among the prob
abilities of the next half a century, that wo
will have another railroad coming in trom
the noith. Ample provision for the need
of both travel aud trade seems to have been
provided, iu that direction. It therefore
follows that should we hold the r iilroil
strip indefinitely for railroad iises.it would
remain as now, unoccupied. Since, th:i,
there is no likclihoi d of its being used by
our railioads, actual or prospective, I an
forced into the suport of this ordinance
that seeks the next best disposition of i
It is an eye-sore and a nnisance to ti";
city in it.. present conditio,
and I bold it to be h.-.J
for all the interests concerned, that the city
and the public profit by its disjiosition. a.
contemplated by the ordinance tinder ci
sidnrntioii." Upon a vote Ukm: a motion to
adopt the ordinance, taken soon alteiwjr Is,
five aldermen voted aye. and three vote J
nay. f.o.s than a majority of the whole
city council voting affirmatively, the 111,1
tion to udopt was declared not carried. Th?
ordinance will like-ly come up, howcv.t, 01
amotion to reconsider, at the next ni'-etlug
of the city council.
AT THK l'l.ANTLKs' Mill
(. L. Fort. Lacon: .James Areieisia,
Mound City, II. S. Merrill, ( hie Ago; Ki.
Finley. Chicago; F. C. Shelbring, PI11U
delphia: Geo. H. Drake, Sterling; Mi-s
Rlack and sister, Tell City; Miss Del,
Shaw iieetown ; Joseph Fralan. Centra'ij;
(i. W. Emerson, St. Louis; C. A. Giiber',
St. Louis; D. Rush, Charleston. Mo.; Ryrou
Rinette. Cincinnati; Jno. T. Milliken,
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