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IE DAILY CAIRO- BULLETIN.
VOLUME XII.
OFFICIAL PIllKCTOttV.
City OfhceiH.
Mayor N. It. ThiHtlewood.
Trcaxurer- Edward l)eonla.
Clerk lieunli,. J, Koli-v.
Cuiiiini)lor--Wiu. 1). Ullliert.
MarMhul J. II. Koblimou.
Attorney William llcnilrlcki.
BOA III) or ALUKUMIN.
K!mt Ward M. J llowlev. I'cter ttanii.
Sucuud Ward-David T. Linear, Jeiiae llinkle
Third Ward-Egbert Smith . II. K, Hluke.
KnurtU Ward Cbarlea 0. Patlur, Adulph Swo.
boda.
fifth Ward-T. W. Hallldav, Erneiit B. Pettlt.
County Officers.
Circuit Judu-1). J. Baker.
Circuit t'leik A. II. Irvln.
County Judi.'!K. H. Vor.utu.
County (,'lirk H. J. Ilumin.
County Alloriivy J. M. Ilnmron.
Count v Treamir.r-Mlle W. i'arker.
Sherllf-Jolm Hixea.
Coroner- It. Kiuieraid.
County ConiniicBioiieri" T. W. llalllday, J A
M.Oibln. Samuel Urlley.
THE MAILS.
I ' KNKK.M. maiVEKY open :30 a. m.; clooi
VI i) : p in ; Sunday: to V a. m.
Moi..'v Order Department open at 8 a. m.; cloiua
ti .i . in.
'i'bnUL;h Eiprciia Mui!i via IUInoli Central 3.40
i in.
Miiuicitliil Ceutal Railroad! clo at 9 p. m.
Cairo and Poular 111 uft Through and Way Mall
Chirtf at l p. m.
Way Mall via Illlnoi Central. Cairo and Via
teenm and Mlm.eelppl Central Kailroadi clout) at
l .i; )). in.
Way Vl! fur Narrow Oaujju Railroad clones at
8:3ii i. m.
Culroai.d Kvannvllln Klvi-r Route rlonua at 2:30
t. m. dalir (ejeept rrtday).
ciirnciiKs.
AFRICAN M. E. -Fourteenth Urcct. between
Walnut and Cedar atrevlm aervlrea Sabbatn 11
a. m. and " :.'i p.m.; Stiuday School 1 :' p. m.
CI1KISTIAN-Kl;lit'icnth Hrect: meeting -tfab
bath 10 .:fJ p. m.; prrat hlna occalin,all
pHCKCII OP THE KKI)KEMEH-Kplcopal)
J Fourteenth aireet; Hunday Morning prayer
10:3U a. m.; evculm.' prayer. 7 :i p. m.; Sunday
chool V;:to a m. rriuay evening prayer p. m.
F'lllST MISSIONARY IIAITIST CIU'RCII-l'r-aclilni:
at l(i::so a. in., a p. m., and 7:i p. m.
haljliath arhutil at 7:( p. m. Kt. T. J. Khun.,
lalor
f ITIIEKAN - Thirtiei.th rt ct: m-rrlna hS
J J batli 1 i a. m ; Sunduy .chool 'J p in. lv.
Kaappr, pa.tor
METHODIST -Cnr ElirMh and Wihirt .'reeta ;
I'nwhlni! Hahnnlh u:.i a ri and 7 p.m.;
prayer lucetiiiK. Wed:.eday 7::)n p. m.; Sunday
School, v a in. lb v. Whltiakcr. pactor.
I)KKSIIVTEKIAN --Kii;!:th nr.et: pr,-a hire mi
sabbath at 11 : a wi. and 7:p. in.; pmv.-r
mei'tlui Wrdui'wUy at 7 ..Up. in.; Sunday School
at .1 p. m. Rev. B. V. fieur je. parlor.
OECONI) FREEWILL r.AH'IT-Plfeeitl:
kl iriM t. Ui twiM ii Walnut and Cedar ftrcet.; nr
vie Sahiiath at a and 7: Jo p. in.
ST. JOSEPH'S -4 Unman CatbollcM'orncr Cro.H
and Walnut twt; .'Tvlrr. Sa'iliath ID::) a.
n. ; Sunday Srbool at i p. in. ; Vcpera 3 p.m.; aer
rici'n evi ry day at 8 p. m.
CT. PATKK'K'S - Roman Catholic) Comer Nlntfc
0 ureei and Wa.tnuut'Hi avenue; .ervit'. Sab
oath a and lo am; W.per. Hp. m.: Hnnday School
1 p. m. (erUee. uvry day at h p. m. Ilev. M.uitfrvm
priint.
W'uMAN .S CHRISTIAN 1 EMI'KHANCK LN
vl Ion, ho'dn li re.-uiar weekly meeting Id
the hall of th Cairo Temperance Reform Clun. ev
ery Tli'irnlay afternoon, at 3: l o'clix k. Every
body in Intiteil lo att, od.
PHYSICIANS.
, QEOKGK II. I.KAtll. M. I) ,
I'lijsician and Surir'oii.
S;rlal att-ntlon paid to the HomeopHiliic tri-at
nienl of irical diaeaae.. and dUeai-e. of womeii
and tillilri'ti.
Ofllec: No. 1 I Kilitli atreet, near Cummurclal
avenue, Cairo, Mb.
y II. MAIUiAN, M. I).,
lliiiiu'iiiatliic and Surgeon.
Ofl- I'JJ Commercial av.iiue. Reldencc rnruer
roiirl-eiuh St. and SVaHhini:toti avenue, Cairo.
HKNTMS.
K. W. WlUTi.OCK,
Dental Sui'eon.
Urm a -No. IV Commercial Avunua, kctween
Elhlli and Ninth Stri-cu
JJIi. W. C. JOCKLYN,
DENTIST.
OKKICE-Eltihtk Street, near Commercial Avenue.
FKKKTHOAT.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
KKItlt YUOAT
THREE ilSj STATES.
On and after Monday, June 7th, and until lurthcr
notice theferryhoat will make, tripi an followa:
l.tAVna i.ftAVKn Liavna
Foat Kourth at. MIourl I.and'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
N:ima. m. I:J0, w, 9 a.m.
1:(i0 a. pi. lo::yt. m. n . m.
i:iKip. in. a::lp. in. 8 p m.
i:w. m. 4:) p.m. 6;00p, m,
SUNDAYS
2 p m. j:!Hip.m. S p. in
1NSLUANCK.
J 1 O
IgN S g3f3
Pi c3 to S3 c
i TNT w-
I
WANTJDD.
OAK TIMBER LANDS
,.a... ..,! U'l. ....... ,,.. ,
B.iioii to iii.eoo aerw. " "" "iuiuhhk limner
Land aultalilti ft.raHlavu laclnry and Haw Mill,
emnlovhiKlVlto KKMliuti. AddreM, KvlnH ml) il.j-
ic.ripiloll or limner, aoii, imuiu'niiiiieu ironi river
or railroad, price, lerni.. c.
WM. IIkWn.imW DuKtilh Ht., 8t. Loula.Mo.
ASSURANCE.
TT W lilATT mi A 11 T 11 T Til
Mi II j
Assurance Society of the United States.
i
l'O BROADWAY NEW YORK
Assets, $38,000,000.
The Popularity of the Equitable Life Assurance Society,
indicated by the fact that for Eleven years its average an
nual New Business has been larger than that of any other
Company in the world, is due, in a great measure, to its well
known promptness in the payment of Death Claims, and its
rule never to take advantage of technicalities where an
equitable claim exists.
Asa GUARANTEE of this, and to counteract the perni
cious intiuence of a technical policy, adhered to by many
companies, the Equitable makes ALL ITS POLICIES, old and
new, throughout the United States.
ABSOLUTELY INCONTESTABLE,
After the policy has been in force for three years.
"The Equitable Life
ization to January 1st,
closed its books upon
tested or past due claim.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society was the first to in
troduce the
T0XTLXE SAYINGS
And thereby to popularize life
unknown.
Ry the late report of the Insurance Commissioner for the
states of Massachusetts and
Assurance Society shows the
FIRST The Equitable has a larger ratio of assets to lia
l ilities than any of the leading companies.
SECOND The Equitable saved
ii 11
man any omer company.
THIRD The Equitable' death
any omer 01 tne leading
FOURTH The Equitable realize a higher rate of rent, or
-.J. x ..... '
liueresr, on real estate than any other company.
ThoSocioty takes iilpiisuro in rptVrrinjr
men Insured in the society, comnosiug; an
ADVISORY HOARD OF REFERENCE FOR CAIRO:
TIIOS W. 11AL1.IDAY, Cuid.ler City Natlou il
IIUIIK ,
1'KANK L. (lALKillKU, C.'rIp City mill.
" urn i nun i lumpniiy,
I'An.U. 8C1IUH, WholuHiilo nnd rvlnll dro-
WILLIAM STHATTUN, of Btratton & llird
WAt.TON W. Wllir.IIT, of o. I). Wllllain.on.
k lo., Dual riorraiiiiii v omnilaaloii murchuiita
r'KAN'K 1IOWK, of O. M. Ilovve A lir,,g , r(.
vlKlima and proihicu. 1
KUNRST n. rKTTIT, CrocorluH. luccnavre
and notluiia.
For any Information or Insurance apply to any Member of
the above Heard or to
35. A. BUR2STETT, Agent
Orjrner Twelfth St., and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois.
W. . CHAISE, Oenernl Manacprfop Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, and the
Territories, ltM Dearborn Street, Chicago.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY
1 M
Surplus, $7,500,000.
lias mid since its oran
1880, S51.882.736. and
that date without a con
FUND POLICY,
insurace to a degree before
Now York, the Equitable Life
following strong points:
more of its income last year
rate was less last year than
companies.
to the following wdl known business
BIMI'SON II. TABER, of Tabor Braa., mann
facturiURjewulura.
WILLIAM 1). LIPTET, AMlftant postmaitor.
W. E. GOHLSON, Dry yoods, faucy gooda and
llUtloUH.
TIIOS S. TAUit, Cemiral mercliandiio and
lumber.
JACOH ItrHGEK,or Ilureer Broi. ,1ry gooda
uiid clotlilii.
JOHN SPIiOAT, Proprietor "Sproat'a frl
crutor cara."
CEO U..LENTZ, Suiierintendent Calrtr City
mllle.
HRUHKHT MACKIE, of A. Macklo A Co.'t
Cairo m I lit).
MORNING, JANUARY 15,
UAJI.IIO ADS.
OHIO & MISSISSIPPI R'r.
TIMK TAI1LK OK PASHENdEll TRAIN'S KKOM
VINCENNE8 (Nov. 30, 1879.)
KAHTWABIJ.
No. 2 Day Expri-na (Kxr. ut Sunday)... . 1 ::0 p. m.
' 6 KnreM (Except Sunday) 1 : p. in.
" 4 MnlitExpna(I)uily) ....12::jOtt. m.
WKHTWAIII).
No. 5 Eipn-aafExcppt Sunduy) li:0!Sa. ra.
" 1 Day KxiireM (Kxci-pt Sunduy)... . p. in.
" 8 Nlkjtit txprma(iJaily) l:a. m.
J. R. Clakk, C. S. Cone, Jn.,
Agiitit Viiicenuca. Oen. Ticket Au't Cincinnati
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
II. V. HMITIIKItS, Ketmlver.
SHORTEST 8IIOHT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Til4i Sorntlule:
Through Exprnaa leave Cairo 8:1.'. a m.
Through Kxprcaa arrivm at E. St. I.ouIh. . 5MIO p.m.
Through Eipro.a leaves E. Si. Loula.... :iiila.m.
i nrouun Kxpreai, arrives nt C airo 5:1(1 p.m.
Murphyalioroaccomiiiodiitloij leaven Cairo 1 ::)() p.m.
Mu'phyrboro Acc. arrives at Marphyshoro 7:1 p.m.
Miirphyaboro Acc. leaveM Murt)li)Kboro .. 5:Ooa.m.
Marphvshoro Acc. arrives at C ain lhila.m.
The Cairo A St Louis Hall Koad Is tbo only all
Rail Route between Cairo and St. Louis under otd
management, therefore there are no delays at
way stations awaiting connections from other lines.
Close and sure connections at St. Louis with other
lines for North. Eiistaud West
J . A. NAU(iLE, L. M. JOHNSON,
Aiient GeLeral Manager.
ILLINOIS CEXTIIAL R. R.
nmiiiiir.
-4
TIIK
Shortest and Quickest Route
TO
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Lino Kunnin
DAILY TRAILS
From Cairo,
Making Direct Connection
WITH
EASTERN LINES.
Tiuins Liavz Caiiio:
,'i:ir u in. Mail,
Arriving in St. Louis 9:45 a m : Chicago, S:yi p m. ;
Connecting at odm and Kill lignum for Clnein
null, Louisville., Iiiiiaua)iolis and points Kust.
11:10 u.m. St. Konis ami Wi'stern
Ex pi-(hS.
Arriving in St. Louis ":0.'j p. in., and connecting
for all points vi et.
4:li p.n. p'rint -)x prcsR,
rorSt Louis and Chicago, arriving ut St. Louis
10: )0 p.m., and Chicago 7:2 i a la
4:'JD p. in. C'irifiimnti Kxpress,
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:Ui u.m.; Louisville 7:0"
a m.; Indianapolis -I mk a.m. I'assengers bv
this train reach the above polnte li to '.Hi
Vlii In auvance af any other route.
S?r-The4:2o p. m. express has PULLMAN
SLLEPIN(i CAR Cairo to C iiiinnaii. wiihout
changes, and through sleej ers lo St, J.ouis antl
Chicago.
Fast TTmf Kit.
P'UCMHriiiv 'hi 'IK' gothmngh to East.
I (ISMII.,1 I ,.rn jiiilnis without any delay
caused hv Sunday Intervening. Tin: Saturday afier
noon train from Cairo arrives In new York Minnluv
morning at 1'::15. Thirty-six hours iu advance iif
any other route.
r-For through tickets and further infi.riiiHtioii,
apply at Illinois Central liuilroud liepot. Cairo.
JAo. JOHNSON, J 11. JONES,
Gen. Sontherti Agent. Ticket Agent.
A. II. HANSON, lien l'ass, Agent. Chicago.
BAN KM.
rjUIE CITY NATIONAL BANK
Cairo Illinois.
CAPITAL. 8100,000
OFFICKKS:
W. P. II A I.LI DAY, President.
II. L. UALL1IMY. Vlce-I'resldont.
TUOS. W. HALLIDAY, Cashier.
DIRECTORS:
i. staats ta YLon, w. r. iiai.i.iday,
UINKT L. UAM.IUAT, n. II, el'NNINIIIIAM,
a. D. wiujaMkon, stki'iikn mill),
II. II. CANllKE.
lilxchaiHrf. Coin and United States Bonds
UOCGHT AND SOLI).
Dennetts rocciveri and a general t anking business
conducted.
UROCERIKS.
YOCUM fe I5RODERIUK,
Dualers in
STAPLE and FANCY
GROCERIES.
Washington Avenue, Cor.
Eighth Street,
CAIIIO - - HjTjS
MILL AM) COMMISSION.
HALLIDAY BROTHERS,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Commission Merchants,
DKAi.itna ih
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
I'roprietora
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Illifhest Cash Price Paid for Wlieat.
JBSrW-
J.
NEW
WIT AND HUMOR.
TcxtiH 8Di i(!ty Is nritatnil over the
qiifstioii (if whether or not the oroom
in ii wedding hIiouM wear li is revolver
U:lt outside or inside Ids dnm-eout.
Some I ml inns use scalping knives of
tortoise shell, probably on account of
the old fable, in which the tortoise
was alleged to have got away with
tin; hare.
lie never worked a day in his life
and was on his death-bed. As the
last breath left bis body as ho was
too lazy to draw it himself- his faith
ful wife sobbed forth: "Another
Kile vanished."
There ore peoplo who will dig for
years in order to discover tho bones ot
a hog that died two centuries ago,
all the while a family with llesh on
their bones may bo starving iu tho
next street.
"Shon," said a Dutchman, "you nmv
say what you please about pad neigh
bors; 1 have to vorst neighbors as
never was. Mine pigs ami miiio hens
come home mit derc ears split; and
toildcr day two of them como home
missing.''
A wit, speaking of an unpopular
author, said that lie was color-blind.
"How so? What proof have you got
of it?'' asked a friend. "He always
thinks bis literary productions are
read, when they are not," was the re
ply. Mabel: (Jive us a cake, auntie. 1
know you've got one iu your basket.
Auntie : (an early riser) No, dear,
they arc roses I've been gathering, and
they wouldn't like being given to a
little girl who gets up so late in tho
morning. Mabel : (in on, auntie,
they wouldn't mind; they lays in
their bed all day, when they gets a
chance, and nobody don't pick them.
Tho timid woman who sees a hurri
cane iu every cloud no bigger than a
man's hand, goes about greeting every
male passenger with tho query, "lie
ye the captain?" At last i'rovidenco
directs her to the right man. "Oh,
captain, is there going to be a storm?"
"1 guess to,"' aays tho wicked captain,
"looks kind of black over there?''
"Oh, captain, is thole is there any
fear?" "Lots, ma'am," says the cap
tain, winking to his subordinates,
"lots of fear, but not a bit of danger!"
"Oh!"
She (whispering) : "Hush! Take
it, darling! Your own heart will
teach you to find out its use." lie:
"Kind", thoughtful girl 1 Any dainty
is welcome in camp, and " She :
"Not a word; papa is walking.
Uood-by." And ho was gone. And
when ho found sho had given him a
cat in tho basket ho waxed wroth,
for, alas! his heart did not teach him
thai when iu camp he should hide a
billet under its collar, and let it
loose, whereupon Tom would make
his way straight back to his mistress
all as they do iu Holland, where tho
cat is tho lover's postman.
"Oh ! I almost wish that something
would happen," eho said to her group
of fiiendson ono of the ferry-boats,
yesterday. "Since i learned to swim
I have llio utmost confidence in my
self, and I am not a bit ufraid of wa
ter. ' "Can you swim?" asked several
at once. "Oh, yes. I've been prac
ticing for over a week, and 1 can
swim, dive, and tlout. You ladies
don't know how much enjoyment
there is in skimming along iho sur
face of the water. Why, 1 feel per
fectly at home there.'' "Antl where
do you swim?" inquired ono. "In
tho bath-tub, of course! Why, our
bath-tub is seven feet long and three
feet wide, and 1 can swim twice
around it without slopping! Oh! 1
just wish wo had a jiuddlo iu the
back yard, I'd learn you all inside of
a week 1"
Yesterday and To-day.
"Hole on dar," said a colored man,
hailing an acquaintance. "Does yer
cross do street ebery time yer sees mo
ter keep fruni payia' dat bill?"
"No, I doesnV"
"What fur, den?"
"Ter keep Iruiu boingaxo l fur hit."
"Mr. Napoleon," said tho creditor,
"I lent yer $10 three weeks ago. Yer
promised an' promised ter pay inc.
Jo udder day you said dat 'pon yer
word an' honor as a geuieinan yer'd
pay mo tor-day. Now, what's yer
got ter say?"
"1 lifers 'zerves mv honor. Yrr's
gettin' yer lack of llosoly an I my hon
or mixed "
"How's dat?"
"Doan yer know dat do odcr day all
do limo iu town was changed? li
fotiu' dat do time was wrong and da
scut oil an' got what da calls a transit
apparatus. Since den all do watciies
au' clocks hab been overhauled. Hit
hab been lot in' dat our lime is gis one
day too fast."
"Dat's got nuthiu' ter do wid my
money."
"Course it hab. I promised ter pay
ycrter-day. Tho overhauliu' ob dor
lime shows dat dis ain't tor-day."
"How does yer make dat?"'
"Why, dis is ter-morrow. Doan
yer see? Louiiue toll yer, If yer goes
rutin' dis towu showiu such igmtuce
ob llosoly do people will laugh at
yer."
"Well, when is yer going ter pay
ine?"
"Jos ez soon cz wo kin get tho time
straightened up. Da's worklu' on it
now. Jes take my advice, fur, of do
people oust gits inter dar heads dat a
man is a fool, ten years ob kuowlode
won't chango it." Little Jlock (Ark.)
Uuzctic,
v A mulo In tho Newark Cement com
pany's works refuses to do service af
ter tho bell sounds tho hour of uoon.
If ho is hoisting a load ho deliberately
allows It to sottlo bank. After feed
ing ho allows himself to bo hitched
up, but no amount of coaxing or beat
ing will lnduco him to work until
after tho 1 o'clock whistle. "
iai.
SERIES NO. 171.
KITCHEN ECONOMY.
IVrtUESTINO TESTS MADK BY TnE GOVEUS
MKNT C'UKMJST.
N. V. Trllmuu, December 17.
Dr. Edward O. Love, tho present analy
tic d chemist for the Indian department ot
the government, lias recently made some
interesting experiments as to the compara
tive value of bnking powders. Dr. Love's
tests were made to determirio what brands
uru the most economical to use. And as
their capacity lios in their leavening power,
tests were directed solely to ascertain tho
available gas of each powder. Dr. Lovo's
report gives the following.
"The prices at which baking powders are
sold to consumers I find to be usually 50
cents per pound. I have therefore calcu
lated their relative commercial values ac
cording to the volume of gas yielded on a
basis of 50 cents cost per pound."
Compa
Available gaa. ratlve
cubic inches per worth
PMiie orthe ench ounce powder. bit
bnklnK powders.
"1 loyal" (cream tartar pow-
127.4 50 eta
"I'lttapsco" (alum powder). 125.3 49 "
"lUinifordV (phosphate)
fresh loon aq ii
"Humfor(l's"(phosphat(!)oId 32.7 13 "
"llimlonl s A one Such". . .121,0 47"
"liedhead's" 117 0 4ft'
"Ulmrm" (alum powder). . .110.9 40 "
Amazon" (alum powder). .111.9 41 "
"Cleveland's (short weight
?.!''..) 110.8 43 "
"Czar" 100.8 43 u
"Price's Cream" 102.0 40 "
"Lewis's" condensed 98.2 38"
"Andrews' Pearl" 9:3.2 3(l"
"Decker's Perfect 92.5 30 "
Ihilk Powder 80.5 30 "
Bulk Aerated Powder 75.0 29 14
Note "I regard all alnm powders as
very unwholmesome. Phosphate and Tar
tnric Acid powders liberate their gas too
freely in prK'ess of baking, or under vary
ing climatic changes suffer deterioration
LETTER LIST.
UST or I.ETTKBS REMAINING CNCAIXEU
XOU IN THE rOKTomCE AT CAIRO, ILL.,
FIUDAY, JANUARY 14, 1881.
gentlemen's LIST.
Ankerman, G. "W; Asbell, Monroe;
Brown, W. II; Barrow, James; Brangers,
James; Barnes, Jake; Bailey, Jordan; Bo
hanan, Harry; Baker, George; Broden,
Chas; Berson, A; Cook, W. A; Curran,
Mack; Campbell, John; Ceries, Frank;
Carlton, C. II; Dorse j', Wm; Degreen,
Oliver; Dougherty, M; Darinittle, Louis;
Duncan, (.'has; Etzkorn, Kobt; Elliott, IT.
W; Fay, John; Fisher, John; Forgey, J. G;
French, II. AsFurberd, Clias. E; Fields,
Albert; Gardner, Mike; Gardner, Jack;
Henderson, John E; Humble, Carroll; Hen
derson, S; Hargis, Laurence; Herbert, L. A;
Harris, J. M; llolcomb, J. W; Herbert,
Jno. M; Iluntlin, Henry; Hester, G. W;
Hamilton, P. B; Hcjiderson, C. T; Johnson,
S. M; Jackson, Hobt; Jones, Judge; Jeff
erson, James; Kerey, Wm; Kennedy, II.
G; Kennedy, Henry; Kchrt, Alexander;
Levy, Herman; Lomar, A; McDowell,
Woodford; Minton, Thus; Marshall, J. L;
Mack, J. M; McQune, Alex; Palatz, L;
Randall, Win; Reed, Harry; Reed, II. C;
Reno, E. L; Scott, G. W; Staunton, Wm;
Smith, M. W; Shat'or, L. J; Skinner,
James; Stewart, John; Scott, J; Sharp,
Jos. S; Smith, John; Smith T; Tarker,
John; Taylor, James; Tschudi, Frank;
Thurucmlen, G ; Van Wagoner, Wm; Wat
son, Willis; Wells, Jacob; Williams,
George; Wilson, Dr.
ladies' list.
Anderson, Vina; Baker, Francis; Basley,
Any; Bullett, Susan; Btibach, Catherine;
Bodkins, Kate; Beech, Delilia; Bryant,
Nancy; Cooper, Katie; Clarkson, Nica;
Fulton, MaryjProgge, Mary A; Hallands,
Mrs. J. II; Hofhincs, Mis; Herbert, Eliza;
Herbert, Caroline; Johnson, Virginia; John
son, Margaret; Long, Mary E; Mattson,
Mary; Mini roe, Mary; McGrath, Margaret;
McNully, Eva; Miller, Johaina; Morse,
Anuie; Ncwconi, Ellie; Nugent, Sarah;
Parker, Catherine; Porter, Julia; Rush,
Cynthia; Roper, Jane; Sullivan, Mrs; L;
Stewart, Sarah; Smilh,Mary ; Smith, Bertie;
Scott, Mrs; Sanders, Josephine; Spcnce,
Mary ; Scott, Lizzie; Smith, Sarah; Thorp,
Mellie; Wilkerson, Luella.
STEAMllOAT LETTERS.
Gaily, Neal; O'Neal, Jas. Capt.
Persons calling for any of the nbovo-
named letters, will please say advertised.
Geo. W. MiKeaiu, postmaster.
PltEVENTlON excels ruro everv timn.
Always keep Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup con
venient; take it in time and you will be
free from Coughs, Colds, etc. Sold every
where. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Ik the mother is feeble, it is impossible
that her children should bo strong. Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetablo Compound is a
perfect specific in all chronic diseases of
tho sexual system of woman. Send to Mrs.
Lydia E. Pinkhani, 233 Western Aveuuo,
Lynn, Mass., for pamphelots.
Druggists Speak.
"When wo aro asked to recommend some
thing to nourish and strengthen the blood
wo always say tiiko Malt Bitters."
"Best blood-purifier ws know of.
"Rapidly displacing all other 'bitters.' "
"For woakneM, nervousness and the
fruits of dissipation nothlsg like "Malt
Bitters."
"Women and children take them freely."

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