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Mrs.J.O. iioburtson, Plttabiire, I"., wrllea: "I
tyaa siiuVrintJ frnin iruncral debility, wniit, of hi
petite, constipation. tc., ho that lifi' v a a burden ;
afteryslutf Ilurdock lllnnd Hitters ' felt better than
for year. I cnn not p-rnlae y.ur hitter i much."
R. (ilbl.s, of Buffalo, N. y.. writes: "Your Ilur
dock Wood Hitters, in chronic film) of the Mood
liver sud ktdnei a, have liven signally marked with
ucrnss I have nx-d them mynull with the heal,
results for torpidity of the liver, and iu the turn ol
friend of mine niir'.'rini! from (lropy, the effect
Briico Turner, Kim healer. N. V., write s : ' I
have been subject to serious disorder of tin) kid-
ys and nnublu to attend to business; Ilurdock
Blood Hitters relieved ma before half a bottle waa
uaed. 1 feel confident that they will entirely cure
K. Asenlth Hall, rtitiiiliamtoii, N. V. wrltus: "I
suffered with a dull pain throunu my left lunu and
ahotilder Lrint my fpirltn. iipiirlltc mid color, and
eould with dlflinilty keep on all day. Took yonr
Burdock Wood Hitter" aa directed and have felt to
pain ilnee Ural week after nsinn them."
Mr :;(ah Bates, Klmlra, N . Y., writes. " Abont
four ynara ao I had an nttsrk ol blloua fever, and
never fully recover? d. Mv digestive, oreaim were
weakened, and I would be completely prostrated
for (lava. After using two bottles of your lltirdork
Blood Bitters the Improvement waa s'i vlsiblti that
I was astonished, lean uow, though sixty-one
vsara of ane, do a fair and reasonable ilnv'a work."
C. Blarket Kohlnann, proprietor ol the Canada
Prrshvlortan, Toronto, Oiji., writes: "Forvearnl
ufferi d ifreatlv from oft recurring headaches. 1
ns:i vour Ilurdock Blood Iilttera with happiest re
suit and 1 mi Hud myself lu better health Hum
for vcara pan.
Mrs. Wallace. Buffalo, X, Y., writes: ' I have
uaed Burdock Blood Miters for nervous ami Mloua
he adac hea, and cay recommend Uiem for anyone
requiring a cure irfbUlousness."
Mra, Ira Mulholland, Albany, N. Y ., writes: For
everal veare 1 have auffcml from oft rerurrinR hil
loua healatbjf a, dvapejaJa and complaints pe
enltar to mv sex. Hlnet aiu( your - Burdock
BUxMUllttyr I am autlrmv relieved.
Fbp e, II pes noTTi.i!; ami sizslOcrs.
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Vty. On aoeonnt of Ita iiroven nwrlta, tt la twly r
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frem the uterualn an early ata of deTloi.mnt. The
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In fac It haa prntwl to be the great
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d. It penoeaUa every portion of the ajritam, and glvsa
aew llfeand rigor. It renmvra falnlnrea.ftatulpncy, it
atroya all craving for itliiiuUuite, and rellev weakwea
tt the itomarb
tteureallloatlng, Ikiulahf, Sorroua Prortratton,
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"&. A. Burnett Cairo Ulloola "
Tlie surf at Newport is now full of
"It's strip tho light fantastic too,"
said the thiiopoilist to his patient.
Why is a rosebud like a promissory
note? Itonaiisc it matures by faHinj
A noble man that ouht to be able
to nve a good blow-out the earl of
It is a mistake to assume that a roBe
by any other Dame would smell as
The medal offered for the bigjjest lie
told this year Las been awarded to the
author of a circus poster.
The man who wont to see tbo board
fence retired wheu he heard the feDCO
rail and saw the plank walk.
Tho colleges are busy lettering great
men, so that they cau be identified if
they go astray in" the hereafter.
China has only fifteen miles of tele
graph. Tho facilities for circulating
lies in that country are limited.
Klcveu thousand dogs have been
killed in the dog-pound of Baltimore
in the two years of its existence.
"(Jracious! wife," said a father, as
he looked as hi sou William's torn
troupers, "get that little Bill reseated."
And she replied, "Sew I will."
There is going to bo another comet
hold on, don't dodge yet; it's the
comet of 1741. ami it is only expected
around once every 122,683 years.
The ouly Ohio man who died sud
denly last week was a chap who was
trying to occupy two seats in a passen
ger coach while four women were
"Jimmy" ll"pe, the bank burglar,
has been arrested. His "front name"
is appropriate to his profession, and it
is to he hoped that "Hope for a season
bids the world farewell."
"Hi! where did you get them trous
ers?" asked au Irishman of a man who
happetiod to be passing with a remark
ably short pair of trousers. "I got
them where they grew," was the indig
nant reply. "Then, by my conscience?'
said l'at, "you've pulled them a year
Mr. Tiiuelytopic and Mr. Verybusy
melon the street, and after a fow uiin
lib's' conversation on business matters,
Mr. Titnelvtopic asked Mr. Verybusy
if he had seen the comet yet, and was
surprised when the latter replied that
ho had not, as he had been out of town
a couple of weeks.
A French gentleman, who supposed
he had mastered tho Knglish language,
was suddenly puzzled one day when a
friend looked at him and said: "How
do you do?" "Do vat?" "I mean how
do you iind yoursell? ' "Sair, I never
loses myself. "lut how do you feel?"
Smooth you just feel me."
In the Corcoran Gllry in Washing
ton is a pnintiug by u Dutch artist, rep
resenting an aged woman 8tiniur! tho
conleiits of a porringer. When John
(iincy Adams and Henry Clay wero
Commissioners at Client in 1811, this
picture was won by the latter hum tho
former ut a game of cards.
The tricycle has been Adopted by tho
Birmingham po ieo force for tho pur
pose of facilitating tho work of
summoning the olVicers, to whom its
use will for the present bo exclusively
confined. Should the experiment prove
a tmccess, it is expected t Uo use of the
machine will be further extendod.
It is assertod that at one of the largo
hotels of Boston, of vauuted rectitude,
the astonished traveler is confronted in
his room by a placard which bids him
"boware of thieves!" and advises
him before retiring to look under the
bod, search tho wardrobe aud all places
where a villain bout ou robbery might .
San Francisco is the happy possessor
of the ouly Chinese newspapers pub
lished in the world outside of China.
Tho Wah Kec. edited by Yee Jemm,
has a circulation of 1,000, uud bits a
publishing nilico, oonsisiiug . of three
rooms, which, if thrown together,
would make a room twelve by fitteeu.
Tho Tony Fan 6an JJo is tho other
paper, and boasts a circulation of 750
copies. Neither paper has a political,
eooial, or religious policy.
With the expressed purpose ot keep.
!ng dogs out of the Stockton- house, it
Cape May, during the prosout soason,
the direotors issued an announcement
that they would bo charged for board
at the rato of $10 a week a piece. That
this schomo for carrying out a praise
worthy purpose is an utter failure is
proved by tho fact that six dogs are
now registered at tho Stockton house,
that Is to say, three Sky terriers, two
lap-dogs and one pug.
Mrs. Walter Bell, of Granite, Basin,
Butte county, California, ordered hnr
Chinese cook to prepare , supper for
fourtoon men. Ho flow Into a.rae,
and the wlfo summoned hor husband,
When tho latter auocarod tho Cliua-
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
man tr.aao lor mm witn a oiif outmic"
knife. Mr. Boll rulreatod to anotner
room, got a 8uot-guu, returned and or
dered th o Chinaman to leave the bouse.
Tho response was anothor assault with
the knife, when Mr. Boll fired at Iilm,
killing him almost instantly. A Jury
acquitted Mr. Boll.
A few days after the battlo of Bull
Run, Hooker called at tho white house
to bid tho president good-bye. Taking
him by the hand with that friendly de
taining grasp so habitual with him, tho
president said: "Well, Col. Hooker,
what do you think of the battlo of Bull,
Uunf" "Mr. Lincoln, I was on tho field
that, day.and I am a much better general
than any you bad thore," was the re
ply. Th self assertion and earnest
ness of Hooker's spoooh and manner
struck Mr. Lincolu favorably. "Don't
go home yet, Colonel, wo shall want
you." Soon after President Lincoln
made him a general.
The past decade has only added some
765,000 inhabitants to Australasia, rep
resenting nti annual growth of 3.87 per
cent, and much of this has been paid
heavily for my "assisted emigration."
Victoria may bo said to be decliuing.as
it has only increased BW.OOO, against
210.000 in the previous ten yeais. The
whole population of Now Zealand is
bolow that of sevoral British provincial
town", and that of Tasmania little
Jargor than one or two London parish
es. These) figures ere as utriking a
comment ou the awful and wonderful
amount of blow prevalent among Aus
tralians as their enormous indebtedness
is. Queensland might very appropri
ately bedubbe.d Borrowland.
There has been ii brisk demand for
oyster shells at New Haven, Conn.,
lately for ue in tho oyster-beds, as tho
spawn adheres to thorn readily after
boing bleached on the land. They
havo become ho indispensable that largo
quantities are being brought from
Rhode Island, where they once threat
ened to cover up the state, and tho
price in Providence has risen from 5 to
7 cents per bushel. The accumulation
of shells around Now Haven was for
merly used to make roads, the "shell
roads" being celebrated for their hard,
smooth surface. But no more will bo
made with hhells in such demand as at
present. Dealers think that next year
they will have to bring shells from Bal
timore. Sam Brannan's huge grant of land in
the aouthern part of Sonorn has nit
turned out a bonanza. The main
trouble with the grant is that tho Yaqui
Indians, who hold possession of it, are
a warlike people, numbering 15,000,
and will not permit any whites to go
into their country for settlement. Tho
land w:is granted to Brannan upon con
dition that he would oolonizo it with
.American colonists, who would hold
the land. Americans showed no dis
position to emigrate in this direction,
i and the title vested in Braunan by the
; contract lapsed several weeks ago, the
preliminary surveys required by the
terms of the grant not having been in
itiated. Brannan is at present engaged
in au effort to induce the Mexican gov
ernment to change tho location of tho
grata to land above that held by tho
Yaquis nud nearer the base of tho Sier
ra Madro. Tho grant to Brannan was
accompanied by a payment of $10,000,
which he industriously spent at Guay-
"I ttilnk." S3id an old toper," com
menting upon the habits of o young
man, who was fast making a beast of
himself, "when a man reaches ft cer
tain pint in drinkin', ho ort to stop."
"Weil. 1 thiuk," said old Beeswax,
dryly, "he ought to stop bofon) bo reach
sapint." 'My wifs won't even Lear of my
going to the theatre with another lady,"
ha'd Gallagher. Ragbag didn't seem
to construe Gallagher's remarks aright,
for he said: "Won't, ell? Don't you be
too sure of h! I thought my wife
wouldn't, but she did, and I hadafoar
ful time nf it."
A new tomb at CuHingsvillo, Vt.,
is a rnpv of an Athcuian temple, and
cost 70.OiO. Within a door of bronze
rind an iuuor one of granite aro the
craves, aud marble statues of tho dead
are then placed in such a manner that J
mirrors, by reflecting them, give me
effect of a long vista of art galleries. .
"Cremation is no longer popular, I
nee," remarked Job Shuttle, this morn
ing. "Well, I sh'd hope not; it's bad
enough to think of your soul burning
up. l'-t alone the body." "Mrs. Shuttlo,
I wish you wouldn't accent tho word
your', and look nt mo so sharply."
And the meal was finished in silence.
A colored youth sauntered into the
Ordinary's oflico at Waynesboro, Ga.,
his object being to procure a marriago
license. Upon being interviewed iu
regard to the ago of tho bride elect, ho
said she was about 40 years old, and
also gave a reason for his preference
for a blushing damsel so much oldor
than himself that she had four or live
children who wore able to work.
It is a well-known fact, says tho
Scientific American, that any person
of average structure and lung capacity
will float securely in water if care is
taken to keep tho hands and arms sub
merged aud tho lungs full of air. Vet
in most cases people who aro not
swimmers immediately raise their
hands above their head an i scream tho
mnmout they find themselves in deep
water. Tho folly of such action can bo
impressively illustrated by moans of a
half empty bottle nud a couple of nails,
and the cxtieiiment should hn rcponted
in every household until ad tho mom
bers particularly the womou and
children realize, that tho only cliauco
for safety in deep water lies in keeping
the hands under and tho mouth shut.
Dr. Catling of Hartford, tho inventor
of tho Galling gnu, has produced a gun
that is said to bo tho best ono vor. It
will bo mounted on tho gun-wale of a
ship with apparatus for sweepiug threo
fourths of tba horizon, and tho rarigo Is
three miles, at loast. It has arillud
steel bar b inches long, with a caliber
of 1.45 inches, and throws a solid shot
weighing ono and one-quarter pound
and steel pointod, capable of piercing
the iron casing of a torpedo bout throe
miles Hwav. it is a breech-loader and
Is fed by hand, but the loading and tir
ing Is automatic. Two mon can man
ago if. It is railed tho Gutliug torpodJ
Moses, the Chief of the confederate
tribes of Washington .Territory, said
concerning tho assassination of resi
dent Garfield: "Toll the Great Chief at
Washington that it makes our hearts
ad to hear of the cowardly attomp'
uiauu on mi iu, . umet Moses ami au
WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1881.
ol nis ropio oner ineir wurinosi. sym
pathies to the Groat Father and his
family. Ho has always been, a good
friend to the Indians. We aro glad to
hear that ho is recovering, and hope
his lir'o mav bo sparod."
Mr. Burt is printing, in tho old Tip
Ton House, Mount Washington, h's
little eight-page paper, Antony tha
Clouds now in the fifth year of its exist
ence This sheet is one of the curiosities
of daily journalism. Mr. Burt pub
lishes a daily edition large enough to
call for a lloo press and a'sleain-ungino.
Heretofore ho lias had to remove his
material every Autumn and carry it up
the mountain again in tho Summer;
but now ho lifts so far strengthened
his printing otllce against storms thut
he will risk leaving tho apparatus ou
Ihu summit all Winter.
Statistics recently published snow
that the process of niibdividing tho
gre it plantations of the south is going
rapidly forward, hi Mississippi, for
instance, thorn wore r.M0 plantations
in lHiii), and tho average number of
acres in eaeli was H70. Ten years later
then were oH,0J;i f unis, the average
area of each being l'J:t acres. In 1M0
tho number of f:tnns was 7.j, '')., aver
aging lis'i acres each. While the area
of cultivated land is less than it was in
lHiiO, yet tho produolion of cotton is
nearly twice as great. These figures
toll a pleasant story of growing thrift
anil prosperity, ami illustrate in a
striking manner one of the great re
milts of the war.
One of tho two alligators at Benton
park, St. Louis, was sunslruek, tho first
case of the kind on record. The alliga
tor turned over on his hack and popped
out his eyes and showed ot her unmistakit
able symptoms of sunstroke. Tho park
keeper .says it was a clear case. Ho
had read of the way sunstruck patients
are treated at the city dispensary, but
ho had neither ice nor lee-water with
him, and, as it was a bad case, one that
required immediate treatment, he
pulled ouHiis brandy bottle and gave
Mr. Alligator a big dram. The effect
was wonderful. The patient flopped
over on his bully again and swam oil
seemingly as happy as a big hungry
cattish among a lot of liltle iiiinuows.
A recent writer describes the lloating
vegetable gardens of Lake Grinagar,
in Cashmere: They are made by lirst
planting poplar poles, twenty-live or
twenty-eight feet long, in two or three
rows, twelve or fifteen feet apart. Then
the gardener gathers from the lake a
lot of aquatic plants, ami interweaves
them between Ins poles. This forms
the support of the garden. Thnn more
plants are collected from the lake, ami
piled up to the height of three or four
Inches. These soon rot, and form tbo
soil, and the garden plants ir::t sprout
ed on tho land are then transplanted to
the garden. At first they aro watered,
but it does not take long for tho root
lets to find their way to tho water un
derneath. The vegetables raised aro
said to lie very line, and aro sold al
Very low mice-.
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CAD MI D AIi AT THE FHILADtXFIlIA At '
KILVUl MEDAL AT THfc TAM1H EXPOSITION, COLGATE & CU.K.Y
iur sale by C. W. Ileiiderson, Cairo, Illinois.
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Implements and Conveniences found la
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il'KCMAI, ASSI'.SSMK.NT NirriCE.-Sl'KCIAI.
WAHHAN T NO. I.
I'lllilln iKilici: I IiituIiv L'ivcn Hint tin! romilv
romt of AlcxiindiT cnunty lm ri'iidrn il .IuiIkimiiuI
fur h spi'ciiil iiMKi'Hhiucnl V n an properly leurlitli:d
In I hi. follnwinii Ini provcmrtit, vlx : 'I fin conn ruc
tion mill rur.iinniriirUi.il of muVwnlkH In Murks niim-li-r
I, 'i. :, I. b, li, I I. 1 1, in, IT, ii. 1. :il,
I", 41, IJ. :l, II, 4ii, :r li. III. .VI, M. Tr'. M.
IW. till. Til. VS rltvof Csiro.
Ulwkit f. VI. 15. IV. Ik. ill. .'I. .mi :v mi
M, VS, Kl,m, In llio I'hat H'lilltion to tlm c;y ol'
l iilro, ss ml hlork I In llicarcond addition totho city
of Cniro, will inori'fiillv apiicur Irom t ! ccttt ll. il
ropy ol 'tlm Jildi;niil on lll (n I In, ollku of lliu
city rlnrk of 1 lie city ol (,'niro Unit awnrrmil for tin:
I'.olliictloii of purli iiCHi'.'isNiiMt'. is In iho hnnils of
the Hiidi'ri'ltfiH'd All prrsons liitiiniHtiiil nro hero
by nolilli'd in call nml psy I (i HmoiintsHHsi'aai'd.Ht
mo colii'Clm' k oiiii i! at the. AKixwinerlJotitily Hunk
Wllliln tlillly days u! lliu iliilu IhthiiI.
TIIIMIAN .1. K K til 1 1 ,
City Trraaiircr Mini Kx-olllplo t'lty Colli-rior.
Dslml.thls 'illi tiny of Aummt, lh .
IAINTKU'S MANUAL -lloiiHii and slim pnliit
Iiik, raiiiiiii;, variiiiliim,'. pollHlnnu, kalsnnilne
,tr.. .'ill da. Hook of Alphabet-, .'id. Hunk of r'uiiry
Alptiabels. Ml. Hliru, Currlaitn. Car, Kreico, anil
jlecoratlvu I'aIiiUiik, Nl. .Iups iso uriiiimetitalion
tj. Stundnrd 8'Rn Writer, t Standard Scroll
look, II. ScrollH anil Orniitiieina ( I.oudolihn) $1.
of hookaQllem or by mall' J liMNH HANKY t
C. lIMNassaslriint. N. V.
lave? I in cut Securities.
Havlnus Hanks, Insurance Companies, Trtislnes
and Inveators utintirally am luvlted to rorruspond
with us rewirdlni! bonds they may desire to buy,
sell or uxi'iih L'e.
Miinli'lpiil HiiihIs. Wiiter Wink l'oiniuiiy
Loans, and ilesirulilii liallroHd heriirllleH al
tvnyson liiuul. J. K. IKWiM V (U. Hankers,
i7 Crdar Ht. Sow York.
Bkw. V. OitAKTON,
Stouv B. Ladd
Lalo Comnilaslnnnr of Patents,
PAINE, GRAFTON & LADD,
Attorneys bI-Law and Solicitors of Amerlcaaand
1 . , rnruiKU ratents,
in Firm street, , wasuinuton, d. c
rractlep patent law In all Ita branches In tha
ramnt uitico, ami in tne supremo aiul cirrnit
Courts of tho United States. Pamphlot aunt free
ou jucuipi ui Mtmp lor pusi,ic;u.
ASTHMA & CATARRH
and J.'ftlli ilk ,
ThSIA or PH IHIS1C, tmtlt-i bjr mlo.i.t I
i...: n . ... i. V". Z... - - 1 .
Articles from cor
Vaseline such aa
Vase Una Cold Cream,
Vaaelina Camphor Ice,
Vaaeline Toilet Boaps,
an tapariar ta say slallar aaafc
Aa agreeable form of tak
ing vaseline internally.
ok rvvr a iht
and Diphtheria, ate
of all oar goods.
OPENED JISE FIRST.
It If smiatert In Pope County, Illinois. In a spur
of the Ozark MonnUins, half way betweeu Vienna
aud Uolcouda. Its
Surroundings are Delightful
AIR COOL AND BRACING,
TCK IN ABUNI'UACK. The table is spread
1 with all the delicacies of the season. Tbo
vtatera are miners' appetirlnK aud health glviug,
Hud their lieneHci.l ellt-Cts aro felt Immediately.
J. It. BKOWN, Proprietor.
Public notice is hereby itlven that in pursuance
fan order and decree made aud eutered by and In
t tie county court of Alexander county, state of Il
linois, at the Annuel term then-or, im, lu a curtain
cause wherein the undersigned as admlnUtrator
ofthe.ei.tate of William O'Callahau, deceased, and
silmiulstruttir with thu will annexed of Klchsrd
ti't'alluhan, deceased, was petitioner and Thomas
U'l'ulliihali. Adallne Keunlstou aud Alfred Maih
ews were ilefendanls, the nuderstKseil will, on
Wednesday, the Slst day of September, A. D 18H1,
at the, hour of two o'clock p. ui., al the frout door
ol the court limine In Cairo, in said county, offer
formilu to the liihent bidder for cash In band, lots
number four ( I) 111 block number forty (4(1) la said
city nf t'airo, and lot number seven (7) in block
untnhor nineteen (111), and lot uutnber forty-two
Ui) In block iinmbrr twenty (W), both in the I'lrst
mlditlon to said city of Cairo
Cairo, 111 , August 181. Administrator, etf.
si i- rUAL aid society;
SUHSTITl'TK FOR MKK LNSUB
WIDOWS' & ORPJLiiVS
.Mutual Aid Society,
of oa 11 jo.
Oipanlwil Julvl rlli, 1077, Under the Law 0
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted July
!, 11177, 1'mlrr Art of Congress.
(I. HC'lll'H President
T. KUDU Vice I'restdont
A. CJOI.II8TINK Treasumr
I . ,1. (iOHUON Medical Ailv.aer
THOMAS I.RWI8 ....Hecrutar'
J Dll N C. WHITE AsslBUut Wecretarr
KX KC'TJTI VE COMMITTKK.-
II. I.EKillTON, I,, h. THOMAS,
CWlllTK, . W. F. 1 irt'lIKH,
J. 8. McUAUKV.
William Struttun, ofSlralton A Bird, whnlesals
tirorers ; Paul U. Hchuh, wholesale and retail druu
tiist: lla,u t.olKbtoit.connilsslDtvrunrchantiJas.
S.Mc.Uahiiy, lumber dealer! J, J. tlordon, iihys
Iclau; J. A. Uoldsllne, ot'Ooldstlnu lb U.ia.iswater,
wuKivnnin nu reuiii liry IWUH, evr.( wm, r. Pitcn-
er, uuueral aijent; ltuury U. Kills, city printer and
hook binder; Chesley Hay ncs, Coonor: Juo. ii.
uiio, umiiiaui auiwury ana sollrltor: Albert
Lewis, ilualcr In notlr and (jraln; K. llross, presi
dent Alexander County Bank ; O. W. lltndrlcks.
contractor ana ouildor: Cyrus Close, ireneral
auent;Thomns Lewis, secretary aud attornnv at
law 1 L.b, Thomas, broom niauiilacturur) W. V
Uussel, CoDtrartor and builder; C. T, Kudd
a Rent C. . U AN. U. rallsosil ;Moaes Phllltps.rar
tienlet; U. A. Cbumhley, contractor, Cairo, Ills..
Hev. J. Bpencer, clerimon.Wt I,uis, Mo.; J. H.
llulhiiuo, circuit clerk, Mississippi county, Chsrlos
ton, Mo. I J. II. Moore , lawyer, Commerce, Mo. "
l. HinKletarv, phvsli-lan, Arllnstnn, Ky.t J, W.
Tarry, phvslclau, Kiiltoti, Kr. 1 Win, Kyau, farmer,
MurtT. Kv. ;A. Btelnbach, maimiactnrur of sad
dlerv, Gfsnsvllle, Iud.jlke Anderson, secrwtary
losnpsrliittindoutC. 8t. L, A N O. railroad, Jack
f on, Tens. ; J. S. Kohortson, physician, Whtta-
vllls, Tenn. l Thomas A. Osimrn, barnsss nakar,
win, l. Walker, DUI Adyof
Holly Springs, Mi.
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