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ALL ADVKRTISKMENTH in till column of
tlinriMrh or le will pal ibe.t far
y.U. on lr,.ertioi.;.'l nmea. u; I week, I ;
moDib l.aii; month without thani, il.OO per
fcoelh. Kch additional Hue, prorata, hhuatloua
An order ifood tor H. If Wl';Vm ,y1 'yi'
CtCt els Memlle.hou Piano. Will be. old low.
Apply t tbl otHco.
vH f .t Rvme tn accommodate " ' UJ
bolder -1.0 board d room for two. Price, very
loT APPlT at br bouw next to the Catholic
cburck on Wahlugton avenue.
H. MAREAN, M. I)..
Homeopathic rhyshian and Sur?eou.
Offica HO d. amerrial avenue. Kotidcnc conier
Fourteenth St. and Wablnlou avenue. ( atro.
nn. e. w.
Omci-No. i:W Commercial Avenue, between
Eigath and Ninth Street-
JJR. W. C. .TOCEI.YN,
oyFICE-Eishtk Street, near Commercial Avenue.
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PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
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Only Morulnff Daily In Soutliem Illinois.
KXTKUF.U AT THK POST OFFICE IS CAIUO, IL
LINOIS, AS SF.COND-Cl.ASS MATTKll.
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Time. Bar. Ther. Ilum. Wind. Vol Weather.
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Maximum Temperature, mo; Minimum Tem
perature,. 45 : Kiilnfall 0 00 Mich.
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
SEE YOURSELF AS OTHERS SEE YOU.
It you want a perfect, natural ami life
like picture of yourself or friend iu India
ink ami water colors, albumen ink or oil
on canvass, give Light foot & Slielton, who
represent the celebrated Auburn Company,
your order. If not satisfied, ho charges.
Agents wanted. Special terms on applica
tion. Call at Mrs. Stites', Seventh street.
Thf. Active" cooking stove, the best
ever brought to this market. ' Call and see
it. at Davidson's.
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 first-class
order: One boiler nearly new, 40 inches
diameter, 24 feet long, with smoke stack;
one engine 10 inch bore, 24. inch stroke,
with heater, force and lifting pump; one
Daniel's planer; one 12 inch planer; four rip
saws and frames complete; one cut off saw;
three shaping machines; one routing ma
chine for bed posts and rails; one self-feed
slat tenanting machine, one boring ma
chine; one power mortising machine; two
turning lathes ; three Emery wheels.mounted
on shafts ami frames; sixty feet of 2 inch
ine shafting with pulleys. For price en
quire at Furniture Factory.
Mr. John Major has now on hand a
arge lot of farm and spring wagons, log
wagon, one horse, two norse ami suikv
plows, Tessier's best, and double and single
harrows. New and second hand buggies
very cheap for cash or approved paper. Go
ami see them.
The "Active"' cooking stove, the best
ever brought to this market. Call and see
it, at Davidson's.
Jacob 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.
Mr. Chas. Shoenmeyer, proprietor of the
Gcrmauia house, situated nt the junction
ol Poplar nnd Tenth streets ami Wash-
intgon avenue. is prepared to
accommodate a few more day
boarders nt reasonable rates. The
table is first class, containing alwivys the
best the season affords, and the general ac
commodations afforded are not surpassed
by any private boarding house iu the city.
Heneral repairing ol carnages and bug
gies. ( !o to John Major, Tenth street, Cairo,
C.wuo, Ills., March 2r, 1880.
Public notice is hereby given to deposi
tors and all others that, on and after May
1st, 1SS0. the rate of interest allowed and
paid by tin; Enterprise Savings Rank will
he four (4 1 per cent, per annum on all de
posits, under the rules and regulations of
said bank, until further notice.
Uy order nf the Hoard of Directors.
Tims. W. II.u.liday,
Secretary and Treasurer.
Paving shells to decorate your walks,
gardens, etc.. by the barrel only, at Samuel
E. Wi I win's. Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
Win. Eichhoff announces himself, not as a
candidate, not being delivered from all
cviU. but being delivered from those un
principled sharks that in vain sought his
ruin, and the gentleman with his untiring
movement h is now rest. He has not only
ballb'd tlie legal fraternity and worked
Htieee-stully as agent the last two years,
tlieieiiy keeping the wolf at hay, but he
offers a rew ard of fiOO for any bill that he
cannot duplieaJe at St. Louis, Chicago or
Cincinnati prices. It will be read
with pleasure by his many friends nnd
patrons t'.mt he has secured the ''Hamilton
building," and his immense stock of goods
will be removed from the factory and dis
played hi his new place on lir.-t of April,
and sold at rock bottom prices.
liii; oi.Ttc lii.i.r Co., Maiisiiai.i..
Midi. Will send their celehmted Elivtw
olliilc lielts to the nlllicted Upon !J0 d:i
trial. Speedy invs guaranteed. They
mean wnat they miy. nt,. to tliem with
CAIRO . BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 31, 1330.
Wantf.d. Two good journeymen tailors.
None but the best need apply.
Ohio Levee, between Second nod Fourth
GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.
Mrs. Horace Hanuon in the owner and
driver of a handsoino new phaeton.
Quito a number of the leadiug men of
Rallard county were In Cairo yesterday.
Rev. K. B. Olmsted, of Caledonia, is
in the city, lie is a regular attendant upon
our public school examinations.
-The Alexander County Republican
Central committeo will meet in Cairo, soon,
to block out work for the approaching
A.J. Carlo has rented the room adjoin
ing his stable, lato the Colored Reform
Club hall, for use in storing buggies and
Elder C. E. Clme is conducting serv
ices iu the M. E. church. He is spoken of
as a most faithful and efficient worker in
the moral vineyard.
The extremes of the thermometer yes
terday, were 48 at Pittsburg and 72 at
Shreveport. At 2 p. m. it scored CI in
Cairo and 03 in Y'anktou.
Capt. Rill Rodney, of Mississippi
county, was in the city yesterday. It is his
purpose, he informs us, to strike out for
Colorado soon in search of a new home.
The officers of the Cairo Builders and
Loan association will be elected, at a meet
ing to be held this evening. The directors
of the association were elected last week.
Thos. J.Taylor, of Metropolis, at ouc
time the publisher of a Democratic paper
in that citv, was in Cairo yesterday, in
company with several Metropolis friends.
Our correspondent who deals with the
subject of drainage this morning throws
out some hints that deserve to be remem
bered. His suggestions an; certainly
The sales of tobacco at the Planters'
warehouse yesterday called out quite a
number ot buyers. The sales comprised
twenty hogsheads, the outside figures be
ing $2.00 and $0.00.
Trains are again running regularly on
the Cairo & St. Louis railroad. A
slight change of time of the accommoda
tion train will be noticed in their time
card this morning.
- The question ; "is General Grant com
ing to Cairo to try the 'Faultless' cigarf"
He can never find better ones for five cents
For sale by F. Korsmeycr, Ohio Levee, cor
ner Sixth street.
John Koehler has leased the Flora
Garden, and will maintain it as a place of
resort duriiiL' the suinmci. With that
view be is already making extensive repairs
changes ami improvements.
Messrs. Smith & Rrinknieyer have re
ceived a full line of cloths and cassimerts
for spring and summer suitings. Their
work gives entire satisfaction, and styles
are always of the latest.
Only three days more in which to pay
taxes without additional costs. The people
are waking up to this fact and the collector
is kept busy almost night and day rccciv
ing money and making out tax receipts.
Nearly every train and steamer bound
south, jerries from one to a halt score
the colored people who were deluded into
the idea that Kansas would prove tl
colored man's elvsium. The tales
suffering and destitution these poor dupt
detail are absolutely sickening.
Mr. R. C. Robeson returned last week
fioni a trip through Kansas and Nebraska
and has taken his old position in the Egyp
tian mills. He gives it as bis opinion that
the west is not all it claims to be for the
working man and he is satisfied to remain
The leading colored men of the city
gathered in force, yesterday, to listen to
the examination of the pupils ot the color
ed department of our public school. They
professed themselves well entertained and
much gratified hy the exercises they wit
Capt. James Johnson left the city yes
terday, on a business trip to Texas. The
Captain has multiplied the number of his
Ttxan friends so rapidly, and has such con
fidence in the future of that state, that we
are tippicheiisivo that many seasons will
not pass by ere our loss of a good citizen
will prove Texas' gain.
-Notwithstanding the rather stiff prices
of admission, tint crowd that gathered to
witness KateCluxton in the "Two Ot phans'j
was (piite a large one. A more eminently
respectanlt! audience never assembled in
the Atheneuni. Everybody was delighted
of course, and class the star of the evening
in the fore-front of American artistes.
The trial of E. F. Davis, at the suit of
.Icwett &, Adams, will come on for hearing
before Judge Yoeiim, at 8 o'clock this
morning. The case has excited much in
terest and wilt probably call out quite a
crowd of listeners. As every inch of
the ground involved will prove u battle
field for thu attornies,the trial will scarcely
be concluded to-day.
Yesterday was one of the dullest days
we have seen in Cairo during the six months
past. There was a quiet that brooded over
the city that was actually oppress! vu.
Business was sluggish, and nowhere more
so than about the police courts. We nolo
the dullness of the day with some eniphu-
Bis, because such business sluggishness is
by no means chronic with Cairo.
The continued subsidence of tho river
will sooneiiable us to throw open our sewers
and rid ourselves of tho obnoxious presence
of our si pe-water. Rank vegetation has com
menced springing up under the water;
which would, in a few weeks more, create a
most prolific source of miasm as soon as
subjected to exposure to the uir.
On Saturday next an election will bu
held at the lwleventh street school house, to
choose two member of the board of educa
tion, to succeed Mcsars. Fisher and ThiBtle-
wood whose terms of service are about to
i 1 .i i .i l
expire, lioin genuenieu nave snown inem
sclves faithful and conscientious school offi
cers, and should they permit the use of
their names again there can scarcely bu any
doubt of their election.
And even staid and sober Carbondale
is given to a fondness for verbal smut and
shapely female ankles. The Observer, of
a recent date, contaius tho following:
"The May Fisk Blondes exhibited last
evening at Murphysboro. A special train
went over from Carbondale, packed solid,
to enjoy the rare treat of a refined exhibi
tion of the can can order. Carbondale
never can stand it to belie her reputation
as the Athens of Southern Illinois in in
tellegence and lcfinoment.
We iavite a carelul reading of the
article, published elsewhere, from the New
Orleans Times. It deals ably and effec
tively with Cairo's possibilities in connec
tion with the grain trade of the future, and
shows how St. Louis does not possess a sin
le advantage for the handling and ship
ping of grain that is not possessed iu a
more eminent degree by Cairo. Further
more the spirit that permeates the article
is most friendly to Cairo, and can scatcely
fail to have a irood effect. It will at least
awaken thought on the subject with which
it deals, if not action.
The Cairo Argus, of Mouday. speaks
thus of Mr. Oberly : "Hon. John II. Oiierly
is likely to have considerable strength in the
Democratic state convention, as a candi
date for governor, and it is quite within the
range of possibilities that he may be muni
nated. Many of the old-line Democrats
lo not deem his Democracy sufficiently re
liable and stalwart, yet this fact, it is
thought, would strengthen him in the elec
tion. Iu a presidential year he would poll
the vote of his nartv entire, and it is
claimed that bis liberality and personal
popularity would cnaiile hiui to draw large
ly from the independent and liberal Repub
The marriagr of Mr. II. II. (Seer and
Miss Hattic Morse, was solemnized hy the
Rev. IJ. Y. George, at the residence of the
brides' parents, in this city, cu Monday
evening. 1 he ceremony was wimecneu i
a few only of the more intimate friends of
the family. Mr. and Mrs. (leer left by the
.-i o'clock train, yesterday morning, for
Yicksburg. where they will hereafter resid
Among other elegant "bridal presents
were the following: Setctruscan jewelry
from Mr. and Mrs. Morse, parents of the
bride; toilet set, Geo. S. Fisher; silver cake
basket. Messrs. Fitch & I'ennebaker; set
silver spoons, Mr. and Mrs. Wells; silvi
bouquet holder.Mr.and Mrs. Jno.Reeeve:sil
ver card basket, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Green
one pair vases, Thos. Morgan: pair sihv
napkin rings, Col. J. S. Rearden and daiigh
ters; set si i ver spoons, J no. cannon; snve
fruit knife and fork, Miss Annie Morse
pair china cuis, Jno. Haines; el. gait silk
dress, Mrs. Wells, sister tf the bride;
gant set of jewelry, diamonds, Mr. am
Mrs. It. B. Moore, of Cincinnati.
The examinations in the Cairo public
school yesterday, were confined to the
''laminar school, Miss Thompson, princi
pal, Miss McKce assistant; Miss Riley
room in the morning, and Miss Risley':
room in the afternoon. In the colored 1
paitment, examinations were held in the
loins of Miss Burton and Miss Curtis, in
the morning. Iu the alternoon in the room
Cii of Mr. McEweti, and in room 4, Mr,
Newsome, principal, and Mr. Tanner assis'
ant. The examination iu this room will be
prolonged until Wednesday night. The
attendance of parents of the pupils
was respectable; but not so lagre as tin: oc
casioti called for. The programme for to
day, nnd the balance of the week, is as fol
lows. The examinations, with the excep
tion already made, will be confined to the
pupils of the high school building:
Wednesday, u. in., Miss Hook's morning
class and Miss Armstrong's room.
Wednesday, p. in. M'ws Hook's afternoon
class, Miss Foss' room and Miss KrinbiU's
room. Tho examination of the high school
will begin Thursday morning and close
l'or the Cairo bulletin.
OUR SEWERAGE SYSTEM
A SKNSIIILK sniolvsTIOS,
As you have set the ball in motion re
garding a necessity for a revised sewerage
Hystcm, I suggest a plan that may be con
sidered practicable and feasible, so far as
the expense is concerned, and within the
ability of tax-imyers to accomplish. This
method has been under consideration bo
fore with perhaps this difference, that
pumping by steam power has always Hg
ured, as a factor, to discharge the drainago
over the levee. Instead of Using steam
pumps, I suggest the use of u number of
svphous, to empty the reservoir where tho
drainage is collected. This reservoir of
course muat be an urlilkiul orte, cemented
and covered and its, rapacity should bo
pial to hold a largo part of tho average
rain-fall within the levee bounds. The
depth must secure fall from the drains ot
tho low ground ; or two reservoirs may be
used, one for low grade and a large ono for
medium grade. The advantage of theso
reservoirs would be seen directly in a con
stant flow of water towards them carrying
the filth of the city on its surface as a scum
or what might be termed in solution as tho
water is more or less charged
throughout with filth. During extreme
high water often above tho
top of the reservoirs, of course there would
be a temporary cessation of current. This
would probably occur but seldom, as tho
rise ot the sipe-water cannot keep pace with
the riset if the rivers.
Tin' low ground outside of the Mississip
pi levee, I should think, would be low
nougb without cairying the discharge
pipes very far south 'outside. It would re
quire no great outlay to deodorize the con
tents of the reservoirs. And they might be
placed or constructed near the levee, per
haps north ami west of the gf.s works.
I have no large interest as a tax-payer,
to consult in the, matter, but have an inter
est usual with all citizens, iu the health
and cleanliness f the city.
In view of the possibility of an annual
visit iu the summer or fall from "Yellow
Jack." this subject deserves the attention
you have intimated heretofore. II. S. B.
REFORM IS NECESSARY.
A KOKCIIlI.K AI'l'KVl. TO TIIK ,v,OMKS OK Till
LAND TO "lilVK TIIK W Al-T A ClUM K."
The "Dress Reform movement" is a sub
ject that has been writteu up and Ulkol up
and discussed in all its various phases and
from so many points and by so many peo
pie, that one would be led into believing
that little wre left to stv about it. In
this particular it is strongly akin to tin
Temperance Reform movement," ur doc
the likeness end here; with all that has
been said and thou 'lit and done in the
,'teat efforts tints exo.-ml'-d by our Atneti
can people iu the p wt t-w years, there et
remain many evils in connection with both
movements. They must b - met and commit
ted a best they uny hy the workers in each
cause. Tit not tnv purpose in the limited
space alloted to a newspaper article to at
tempt anything lik - a dissertation on either
one of the above mentioned subjects; uivire
particularly would I not Ik- held as pre
suming to teach on the subject of temper
sncr, here, when- for so mary ' nn-nth
past we have had the better digwted
more tersely expressed and invitingly
dished up ideas, thoughts and experiences
of the brightest intellects nur little city
affotds. to say nothing ff the cot
inferior talent from aLrot.l I hut has
sown so rich a hViJ among
us. With this before me my
weak" jiti would know ti!l better the
strength of its own weakness, v th-tt any
thought to which I might e-say an inn-r-aace
would, of ii fcUrety. fall Mat to the
ground e'er it fouud its -h ip" on piper. .V
lew evenings since while listeng to the
forcibly given opinions ot one ot yur em
inent inodical nun on the subject .-.f intern-
perance the thought flashed over ine"hy j
does nut lie, and other men in bin proti-iou, j
give Hi women the iustetnable privilege . l j
of li-tening to a similarly forcible and j
learned talk on the injuir arising 'from
tight lacing:'' and again tie: quc-tio:i
shaped itself iu my mini and will not
down. There are so few learned women,
and the few we have would seem f,i be too
far removed from the ptactical, every .lay
things of life to give heed to their own
physical disabilities, or to the needs of their j
less favored sisters cither. In feeding the
mind how many of tlnm are starving tin:
body draining it of its vital forces daily
and hourly and bringing in noth
ing wherewith to replenish the wasted tis
sues. More than a few of these "workei," j
as we are wont W call them, are, to a prac
ticed or closely observing eye, objects to be j
commisserated, encased as they ure iu that
death-dealing relic of the days of the
Inquisition, thu indexible, unrelenting
cokskt. Now is it not a subject for rellec
tion that any human being possessed of the
average amount ol reasoning powers, would
or could so complacently submit to be thus
slowly lint all too surely victimized; The
celebrated Mis. Dr. Glcason, of N. Y., very
justly and truly writes in one of her "Talks
to mv Patients" that "no woman who wears
a corset ever wears it tight -accoiding to
her own showing;" nor do they; and yet
that no woman who ever won: a corset for
half a year ditl so without injury to her
sell or her children, we have the best au
thority for asserting-naniely: the assur
ance of an experience in our own proper
person and the further uurancc of a close
observation of our fellow women for a
greater number of years' than
we care to acknowledge to; nor
do we fear the successful contradiction of
any other women, on this subject; or a con
tradiction of any kind lroni any man who
knows enough about the good or bad effects
of any article or style ol dress to discourse
upon the subject, at all. There arises in
my mind's eye, while 1 write, the figure of
a frail looking middle-aged woman whose
life for many years has beeu one burdened
by her wretched health, (if anything so lit
tin deserving the name can be called
"health"). I once heard her tell,
with seeming pride, that her
waist measured Just seventeen
inches; a?., indeed it did. But the ox-
act number of inches that her bust and
shoulders would give, accurately measured,
will never be ascertained from tho fact that
one of the latter has hitcVd up in tho
neighborhood of her left ear and the former
depends entirely upon tho convenience of
the lady, herself it being "nun est'' as the
lawyers say, in forenoon, and developed t
an enormous breadth in tho afternoon.
Need I add that the development of hip
bono would put to blush a Venus of tho
olden time? or that her 6piual column
has , taken more nearly the
shape of a bended bow than
the shape of that useful attribute to even a
fashionable woman's anatomy, a back bono?
This poor soul is one of the most unfortu
nate of her sex an ignorant Vromau, rear
ed m a day and by a people that knew
too little themselves, to impart information
on so complicated a question as tho human
anatomy, to their children. Enlighten
ment on this subject has not, however,
brought reformation to all the daughters of
Eve, wc all know, else there would bu few
er puling infants and feeble mothers.
(l OXCI.tl)KU TO-MOItltOW.)
AT TIIK I'l.ASTtlls' IIOI.SK.
Geo. H. Lyman, City; Chas. P. Thatcher,
Decatur; O. G. Green, Decatur; N. C. New
land, New Orleans; D. Burnhatn, Lola,
Miss.; U. S. Casby, Evatisville; S. N. White,
Hickmsn, Ky.; N. P. White, Hickmau,
Ky.; F. Schmidt, St. Louis; Byron Barrett,
Cincinnati; Geo. F. King, Cincinnati; Em
ma Stanley, Black Hawk, Miss.; C. T. Red
man, City; J. Hambleton, Mound City;
Dunning & Bro., Clinton, Ky.; J. H. Jar
rett, Maytield, Ky.; J. W. Chambers. May
field, Ky.; A. L. Gardner, Jackson. TVnn.;
T. Joice, Jackson. Tenn.; J. II. Bcthunc,
Charleston. Mo.: J. E. Woods, Augusta,
Ark.; J. R. Hogan, Charleston, )!).;
Mrs. L. llisey, Charleston, Mo.;
R. P. Cox.Cincmnti: Thos. J.Taylor, M
trojiolis; John Davis Metroolis; James
R. Underwood, Metropolis; ('has. P. Wil
son. Chicago; S. West, N. O.; V. Brown.
N.O.: E. J. Henley. Metropolis; L. G.
Wilcoxson, Clinton, Ky ; B. S. Davis and
daughter, Bolton, Miss.
BuowVx IloiMioi.ri Panacka is th
most effective pain destroyer in the world.
Will most surely quit ken the Mood wheth
er taken internally or applied externally,
and thereby more certainly relieve pain,
whether chronic or acute, than any other
pain alleviator, and it is warranted double
the strength ol any similar preparation.
It cures pain in the side, back or bowcN.
sire throat, rfreuinatism. toothache, an 1 all
aches, and is the great reliever of pain,
"Brown's Household Panacea" should be
in every family. A teasoonful of the P.m
cca in a tumbler of hot water (sweetened
if prtteriedi. taken at U-d time, will break
up a cold. 21 cts. a bottle.
Mich Sick.vkss, undoubtedly with chil
dren, attributed to other cause, is occasion
ed by worms. Rrowu's Vermifuge Comfits,
or Worm Lozenges, although effectual in
destroying worm., can do no jyissible in
jury to the most delicate c hild. This val
uable combination has been succes-f ;l!y
used by physicians, and found to be abso
lutely mire in eradicating worms, so hurt'ul
to cliihlreti. Twentv-five cents a lox.
MCTl AL AID SOCll.TY ,
I KKK.V KI LT.KA'
SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mi I'l.'AL Aid Society,
I 'A !IJ.
jani.ed July Mth. 1STT. Under the
Laws nf the State of Illinois.
Copprighted July !l, 1h?7, under
Act of Congress.
WILLIAM STliATTDN. I'iiksiuem.
Vi A. V TAYLOK. Vi K Tiikiii:m .
.1. A. Mll.HSTINE. TlIKAKt I1KK
Dii. . I .1. t.OltPuS,
Mr.n Ami-B :
HOAlil) OT MAN At.KItS:
.I..I. t.OIiPON. I'livxlohm Cairo. I!
Mrs. A. I'. T. Yl.Oli. SiiperiiitenileMt of
St'lionlM, Alexiiiiiler Coanty "
J. A. liUl.DSITNK. nl'iiolili-lliie .V Ko
i'ic liter. kYlioli -alu nnd liel.iil Mealer
ill Maine ulnl Kitlicv Dry llonili "
N. II. Tills I I.KW(')OI). ol llhikle. &
Tlil-tli-Mueil, ( nmiultiiii Merchant,
Cotton niel ToIiiiito Factor " "
S. I). AYliIvS, ol 'Ayrea .V Co., Commis
sion MiTl llllllls " "
THOMAS LKWIS, liiKiirame Mmiaer
mid AHiirni'V nt l.uw . . ' "
WM.STKATTOS of Mrultoii & Iliid
Wliole'iile tlriieers "
(.l.i I M. AI.PKN. CoiiimiHfiou Mer
chant, 7S Ohio Levee " "
.IAS s. IIKAHPKS. Aireii! M IsxImijihI
ViiI ev Tmiisiorialloii t oniiuiny "
( HAS If. STI'AHT. Wholesale, uuil !(
lull Drv (ioiiils inn! Notion " "
KPWAIil) A. Ill ' lK It. Miitmrtiitiirl!)
Jcwler unil Wholesale dealer In Wuteli-
milker ' Tool nnd Miitcrlnlx " "
CIIAULKS LANCASTKK, Lutii'iiMer ii
litre, l.uinlier Dealern.....
C. o. l'ATIKH, r. (). Puller A Co,
Wliolciiili! anil Kettill Merchant " "
IIkv. lt.Y.OLOlliiH, Piitoor l'rchlivtcrlmi
Church.... 1 " "
.1. C. Will TH. Insiiiaiice Aiteiit " '
(i. W. MeKKAHi, 1'oi-tmar.ler " '
H. P. WIIL'F.LI'.li, Attorney and Counsel
or ut I. iiw " 1
Mil. LOI ISA KIHIIHACK " '
O'H'AK IIAYTII US, Wholefiile auei
KiMnll Hiioih-Shoe unil Hiv (iooil. ... " '
A.J. Ill HI, Merchuut and' hteiimlioiit
ATLL1AM KI.I liK. (lelierul Mereli'disu " "
P. 11. SCIICII, WholeHiiki Mid KeliiU ,
Hnuritl! ' '
J.T. KHNNIK. Foundry mid MiicliliilM.. "
ALHUKTLKWIH " '
Mum. I,. A. lloWAItl). ItourdliiK lloue.. "
W. K. PITC1IK1I, liiMimuice Audit
A. HALLF.Y, Dealer In mIovih, Tin and
IS. W. (iKI.li.N, (ireen, Wood A Hennotl
II . F. 1'OTTF.H, tailor nud l,,llHl,!'rr1
Arum-Journal .,.V!",J,f J'''
Ma, t.. A . A Y KHH I'1" ,IK('-
A. J. HtKNL'll, Farmer Bird l'ulut, Mo