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CAIBO. ILLINOIS, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2, 1881.
Circuit Clerk-A. H. Irvln.
county Judge-It. 8 Yocttm.
County CliTk-H.J. Hunim.
County Attorney-J; M. "'.
County Treasurer-Mile W. Parker.
Coroner K. Fitzgerald
County Commissioner T. W. Halllday, J. A.
Oil)b and Peter Saup.
Mayor N. H. Thistlewood.
Tiuasuror T J. Kerth.
Clerk Dtnni. J. KoIhv.
Counselor-- Win. B. Gilbert.
MariOml L. II. Meyers,
Attorney WUlUm Uendrtcks.
BOA HI) OF AUJIBIIM.
first Ward-Peter Bann. T. M . Klmhronah.
Kexotid Ward-Jesse llinkle, C. N. Hughe.
Third Ward-B. F, Blake, John W ood.
Fourth Ward-ChirlM O. Patler, AdolpU Swo-
'"kWi'li Ward -T. W. HallWay, ErnetB. Pettit.
z-iAlku BAPTIST Corner Tenth ana i opiar
C . rean; pr id InK Upland third Sunday! In
vvirivui, . nmvr meet
,n Thursday,. P. mHu.d.y J
MirKC'U OF TUB BBDBKMKR-Iplseopal)
C k.. nih Uet; Sunday 7:00a m Joly
Euchaslsf. : a. m., 8Mtaf "boot W. ...
Morning prayers b: p-
DuvenuorU B. T, U. Ki
T-.IHST MISSIONARY BAPTIBT CHTJKCU.-
I i .U (.11 1-.-"--- -
preaching at in:W) a. m., 3 p. m., and 7 .80 p. m.
,batb school at 7:30 p. m Kev. T. J. Shore,
jCTIIERAN-ThlrteePth street; crvti,e Bab
J buthr.30a. m.;8nnday achool 2 p. .
Kiifcppe, pastor "v
if KTHODIHT-Cor. Eighth and Walnut street
.! Preaching Sabbath ll:Wa. ra
and 7 :30 p. m
Sunday School at H:'Hi p
Kev. .1. A. ticarreu,
ui.-uvtphiaj -Clirhth itreet; preachlnr on
lVjhUth at 11:00 a. m. and 7 :80 p. m ; prayer
T-n..,-Wednesday at 7:lp.m.; Hunuiy -""
at :i 0. m. IU-v B. Y. Oeurge, pastor
CT. JOK!'H 9--Koman Catiollc) Corner Croit
n .A Walnut streets; services oa:im '
T ; Sti uday School at 2 p. m. ; Vesper 8 P. -s
,ic -. every day at a. m. Kev. O Uara, Priest.
.. . n.,.T-.ira r.ttinltri Corner Ninth
h street and Washington inn; aerjlc. hab
oath h and 10 a. m.; Vespers i a p. m. ; i iu., .
p. m. ai-rvtci-f every day at 8 a.m. Ret. MatPion
11, R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R K.
THAIS! I.KPAHT. '""'Ttt i'ln
y.ii .. HMsa.m 'Mall ...!. P. n
AciomMauon. 4: p.m I tAccomdatio..ll :10a.m
MISS CENTRAL K. R
,V,ii ' . 4 a.m I tMall WP"
tKxVrVMl(i:lS m I tBipr, U:
C. 4bT. L. R R (Narrow Gauge.)
.r. -om'datlon. 1 : p m I aAecora'diitom 1J: !0 p.m
hT.L.. I.M.4S.K. K.
t . a m i tfrnMii 1! 10am
tccom aat.on. t. vp.m tAccom dation 11:4.', a m
WA1USII, ST. LOI IS A PACIFIC KT CO
.wiiiiK. .... :.m I 'Mall Ex.... 9:Mp.m
' U:ly except tundy. t Daily.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago. J
The Onlv Line llunnint?
o DAILY TRAINS
0 From Cairo,
MiciMfl Direct Connection
Thai ha Lea Caibo:
:i:l.r;i rn. Mml,
Arrlvlne In St. Louik !.'. a.m : Chlcaci.H:aOp.m.,
CoTn.' iln nt Odin and Efflnham for Clucm
ui i U l;.vi:i. tu.lU.mpoh. and point! Kat.
1 1 m ii.m. Bt. Iiouin unci W8tern
...,..... in wt. !.ouU 7:05 d. m., and connectlnR
for all pointe wt.
.4:L.M) p.m. I'-iiNt. Kxpra.
vrSI I.oui ami Chicago, arriviUK at St. LonlB
V'-.'.ii p tn-. unit Chlrai"1 ' ' m-
A :-: p m. Cincinnati lixpr8.
Arriving at Cincinnati T:00 a.m.; Louisville 7. f
., mi noiHiwiiio tr .i- w.ii. .. i
this train reach the above points X
HuUUS in advance of any other route.
olnts iato 30
. Tk. .i -ki n m pinress nas rimsAn
. nr., r v . xi
t..krvrix'i;'cAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
l,.ni.... sort tlirougn iee ours iu
Knst Time Kast.
!,- iniKvoiu bytlilsllnoKoinrouRnior.n,...
J'aSSenjXei S ,.ni pmnu without any delay
j v... u.,i... in,,.rv,niiiff. The Saturday after-
Mon in fD thVm Cairo arriven new York Monday
niornlng at 1":M. Thlrty-.lx hour. In advanceol
a7-K(iVtt"rouRh tickets and furthur Information
' . ' i IVi' vi'lu iv 1 j. u, jONttS.
(4n. "southern Agent. Ticket Agent.
A. I!. HANSON, Gen. Pass. Agent. Chicago
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
ArkahsaeandTexiiK Expros IlitOu.m. Dally
irtiirut I.K1VI CAIIiWi
Q.E0R0E H. LEACLI, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
uMat ,.n.,ntinn otvtd to the Ilomoopathtc treat
went of surgical disease., and diseases of women
'omce'dOn' Uth tract, oppoalto the Post Offloo,
pR. K. W. WHITLOCK,
Orrum No. 1M Commorclal Avonno, between
Eighth and istntn eireei
pR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OVPU'K-Etifhtk Struet, neat Comnerclal Aveune
PROPRIETOR OP SPROAT'S PATENT
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar lioads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street anil Levee,
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat,
CAIRO AS D NEW MADRID PACKET-
TO NEW MADRID.
W. J. TI RNER. Master.
J. K. MUSE, Clerk.
Leaves Cairo for New Madrid and war points
every Tnefday, Thnroday and Saturday at a p. m,
Iteturnliig leaves .new jiauria weaueeaay, rnoay,
and Monday ai 7a.m.
r or IreiBhl or passage apiuy to
JAMES BIGGS, ARcnt.
Qt W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood an aidling
constantly on nana
At Sevent y-flve cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trlmmtnus"are coarso shavings and make
thobest summer wood for cooking purpose, as well
as the cheapest ever .old tn Cairo. For black
smith use insetting tires, mey are unequanea
Leave yuor orders at tno tentn eireei woou rara
m so M
QAIRO CIT FP)RRY CO.
rin And after Monday. Juno ?th, and until turther
notice the ferryboat win make trip, aa ioiiowb;
Foot Fourth at.
Missouri Land'R. Kentucky Ld f
10:00 a. tn,
, 3 p.m.
8:80 a. m.
0 a. m.
5;00 p. mi
HAS REMOVED IKS SHOP TO
EIHGTH ST, BETWEEN' COMMERCIAL AV.
AND OHIO LEV., NEAR TO ESQ.
He has received a full .lock of the best Leather,
and guarantee, both the fit and the workmanship.
yGlve him a call.-novlml
COAL, WOOD ICE.
WOOD, COAL and ICE;
by the Ton or Car Load, delivered In any part of the
WOOD OF ALL KINDS.
Pf Leave orders al my Wood and Coal Office.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES'
Manufacturer ot and Dealer iu
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. - Illinois
lHE CITY NATNOAL BANK
W. P. HALLIDAT. President.
H. L. HALLIDAT, Vlce-Prealdcnt.
TH08. W. HALLIDAT, Cashier.
w. r. BALUnar,
B. R. CtTKNIMttBAM,
B1NRT L. BALUDAT,
. U. SnUJAMSON,
R. B. OANDII.
Eichanjre, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Deposits received and a general bmktDg business
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
C. O. PATIEK fc CO..
Cor. Nineteenth itreet I p . ..a T 1 1
Commercial Avenue l '""vi
)VM. M. BAXTER & CO.,
PURE LIQUID PAINTS, WHITE LEAD
Zincs, and Colors,
No. 62 Tcarl street, NKW YORK,
Our Liquid Paints are reatlv for Immediate use on
opening ine package., no oil, spirits oi lurponuu
nr drver. hetnff ranulred.
Panty. We gnarantoo their absolute purity and
ilmlr traedom from harvtea. clav. alkalis, water.
benzine, soap and other article, which are used to
adulterato iinuiu patute.
novarlnit Cauacltv. Thcv weigh fifteen to sU
teen pounds to the gallon, and will cover better
and more surface than any chemical palms or those
containing barjtesor clay, as those add weight
Permanency of Color Groat care has been taken
in selecting colors tor tin ting, and we use onty per
manent colir.. consenuently our tints do not fado,
Conveuiecco Auy one who ran use a paint
brush ran apply those paint., and being ready for
use, there Is no waste or excess of material, as la
the case often when lead, oil and turpentine have
to be nurchased- The color, can alway. be exactly
matched and therol. nonocessltyof having two or
three .hade on the aamo building, a. I. often tho
case when tint are made experimentally.
Our Pure Linatd Paliita are out ud In .malt can
from 1 to 5 lb.., and also by the gallon, in package
from can of K, 1, 8, 1 and ft (tall., to koga of 10, 15
and 85 sail., and bbli. of 45 gall.
Sample Card, and Price Li.t mailed to any ad.
Blood Poisoniiitr, Hcrofulous Ulcers and
Itching: Humors, Alwcenses and
LEAD POISONING ttflZSStW
II., troubled with bad humor on hands and neck,
canned by lead iolniilnL'. (Ile a a palnti r.) At time
It won hi break out, crack open, and the skin sepa
rate from the flesh In largii pieces. sullVrlnB ureal
continual Itching and .tingiMK. Purchased your
remedies; nsc-d Cutlc.nra Hn.olvent Internally, and
Cntlcnra and Cuticura Soap externally, and in less
than three month, ellec'.ed acompletecuro.and has
not been troubled since, Corroborated by Diillnrd
& Foster, dr mulsls Keene, N. II.
Greatest on EaHh.::
Ilcura Remedies are tlm greatest medicine on earth
Had the worst case salt rheum in this county. Mv
mother had It twenty years, and In fact died from it
I believe Cuticura would have saved her lile. My
arms. breiiHt and head were covered for three vears.
tilr.li nothing relieved or cured until I used Hie
cuticura ltesoivem Internally, and Cntlcnra and
Cuticura boap externally.
Pv-ni'I-l vie 11 E Carpenter, Esi .Henderson,
.IWIUI.M x y .cured of Psoriasis or I.ep
rosy, of 'JO years slandiue, by Cuticura Resolvent
Internally, and Cuticura and Cuticura noap extern
ally. The most wonderful cafe on record. Cure,
certified to before a Justice of the peace and prom
inent citizens. All afflicted wilh itching and seal
disease, should send to us fur this testimonial iu
Wilf IJlinnni Those who have experienced
Odll IVUtlllll (ho torments of Halt Rheum
can appreciate the ajjony that I endured for years,
until cared by the Cuticura Resolvent intornnlly,
aud Cnt'cura snrt Cuticura Soap externally.
MH9. WM. PELl.INOTON, Sharon, Wis.
TheCutimra treatment for the cure of Skin,
Scalp and lllood diseases consists In tie Interna'
use. of Cuticura Resolvent, the new blond nurlfle'.
an, I the externa' use of of Cuticura ami Cuticura
Soap, the great skin cures.
Price of ('itllcurs, snmll boxes, Mir; lare boxes
1. Cuticnia Resolvent. 11 pr bottle Cuticura
Soap, iV.. Cuticura Shaving Soap, Sr. Sold by
all ilrtit-'uists Depot, WEKr
, A POTTER.
Ilnston. Mssa .
Sanford's Kadical Cure
you i .
'lear hi ad and voice, easy Ureal hlni;, sweet breatV
perfect smell, taste and hearine, no rotieh, no cho
king, no distress. These happy conditions arc
urouKnt, anent in mo aevi-rest ruses oi c uiarru. uv
that most .agreeable, economical, spivdy. safe
and never failing spec He, Sanford's RadlralCure
Complete and Infallible treatment, conslsllnu of
one bottle of the Kadicil Cure, one box oft atarrh.
al Solvent and one Improved Inhaler, all wrapped
in one package, with tratlso and directions, and
som ny all druggists tor l. ask lor saniorn s nun
leal Cure. Ucneriil Agents,
WEEKS & POTTER, Boston, Mass.
HATS, MICE, ROACH
. Water Hues, anil
Kid MMl Rliirk Arts eat
'in, in isv PARSONS
die. ho lear ol had
smells. Ilarns, craua
rl and housoholds of
ten cleared In a single night. Best and cheapest
Verm In Ki er In the wor d No raliure in su years
Every box warranted. Sold by all grocers and
Ask for I'arsous'. .vaiiea lor ii ic, ny
WEEKS Jt POTTER. Boston, Mas..
120 Broad way, New York,
of any Llfu Insurance Company
in Tin; wour.i).
Beeau.so . .
II alonu tssues
stipulsting that the rontruct of Insurance "shall
not Dc uispuien mier n is uiree yeara oiu,
aud tli;it such policies shall bo
on receipt of satisfactory proof, ol death.
Its policy is clear and concise, and contains
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
N. n.-HF.AD YOl'R POLICIES. Compare the
short and simple form used by tho Equitable with
tho long and oiiscuru contracts loaooii miwiiwitii
techiticalitle. Issued by other companies!
Its CASH RETURNS
lo policy holder, a'u
I Tn precedent ed.
N. II. Seethe many letter from policy holders
expressing their gratification with the returns mm
thuir ioni'in SAViNiis n-Nii rounas,
Assets Securely Invested
Snrp,,, si,,.y I-Jj-JJUJJJHB.
K. A. BURNETT, Agent.
Ofllcn, corner l'Jlh and Washington.
Tho laHt Austriiliiin stenmor brought to
San PrnnciHCo gold hw Rtitl coins to the
nmouut of II ,4(10.000.
A fitorm In tho ulf of St. Lawrcucu
wrecked scvon schotintua front Halifax
bound to tho Magilahm iHlnnds with winter
Bupplleg for tho inhabitants.
Speaker lUndall states that a threo per
cent. rofimdiiiR bill will Boon bo introduced
In tho liouso, its chiof feature being a pro
vision to release $100,000,000 of tbo re
BUtuption fund in tho treasury.
The grand jury at Cincinnati has indict
ed Alderman J. J. Kelly and Councilman
A. J. Patton for soliciting bribes.
Tho French chamber of deputies has an
nulled the election of Do In Villegontier, a
monarchist, on the ground of clerical in-
Tho receipts of bullion in tho United
Statca' miritH, during the pant year, have
been f iO.OOO.OOO in excess of uny previous
Tho bill for the Balo of the French crown
jewels is reintroduced into the chamber of
leputies by lUapai! (republican.) Urgency
Tames Baxter, a broker of Montreal, en
tered civil action against Detectives Sills
anil Fahey for conspiracy in having his
photograph placed in the rogues' gallery of
Eleven persons, including, an attorney,
were yesterday convicted of bribery in con
nection with Encliah tiarliantentarv i-Iup-
r, , j
(ions, and sentenced to six months' im
prisoment. Two indictments bare been found at
Washington in the star mule cases one
against Contractor Brott lor bribing offi
cials, ai.il tin; other against Deputy Auditor
Lilley for accepting a bribe.
At a conference of the readjuster leaders
ami legislators of Virginia, it was remlved
that the Kiddleberger bill slmll be pnsiod.
A caucus of members of tho legislature! will
beheld December 6, to select ! candidate
George liynii was killed by a man named
Story in Worth county, Georgia; Willi
Wells was killed by Louis Anderson in
Talbot county. A negro woman was burn
ed to death on a plantation in the last-
The cmp of Florida mange lliw year is
represented to be larger than ever before,
and the quality superior. The Palatka
Journal states lhat 8,:S3,u0i me produced
in that district alone, and says: "Tliia is
clearly the bearing year of this n-ciion."
By an accidental explosion of lirewoiks
iu an establishment devoted to their manu
facture, live persons were seriously injured
at Rochester, N. Y., Tuesday, ami the build
ing destroyed. Two of the wounded were
proprietors of the concern, and the others
Lefrny, who murdered a London nior-
chant in a railway conch, was executed yes
day morning. Marwood, tho famous hang
man, used a scaffold of a new patturn, by
which the condemned man stood on a leve
with the spectators, on a hinged trap, over
a cavity fifteen feet deep.
It was rumored in Chicago that $15,000
had been paid by the Mutual Union tele
graph company for tho passage of tho ordi
nance permitting thorn to erect polo lines
in that city. Tho rumor went further, and
said that some of the aldermen sold out for
sums varying from $100 to f 2-10.
The officers of tho Indiana, Bloomington
and Western railroad have brought suit in
McLean county against a fanner named
Cope. They claim f'i.000 damages for his
carelessness in iiIIoa.i. c.iitle to escape
from tho field, by which a train was thrown
off tho rails last May.
A Catholic priest of'Bellevue, la., named
Port?, died of small-pox, caught while visit-
ng sick members of his flock. A hotel
clerk at Council Bluffs was attacked, and
was hurried to t,ho pest-houso. A teacher
in the Throop street school in Chicago sent
homo a pupil from ft house known to be
The secretary of tho navy reports tho
oiiiinnent of sixty-nine vessels during the
year. A coaling Btation wbs established on
one of the Samoan islandu, at a cost of $10,.
000. There are l,8Hr enlisted men in tho
marine corps. Tho chief of the bureau of
ordinance says the most pressing question
of naval armament is the manufacture of
suitable high powered cannon.
A steamer for South Africa foundered in
St. George's channel, Monday, during the
gale, and ten persons were drowned. Tho
City of Berlin encountered a ti nilic gain in
tho voynge from New York to Liverpool.
Her second officer wss swept overboard.
The saloon was flooded to a depth of three
feet, The passengers aided the crew, and
behaved well and bravely.
The evictions nn the Irish estates of Lord
Bantry, where the tenants were two years
in arrears, were quietly completed. Kight
tenants were conditionally reinstated.
Michael Boyton has been released from
Kilmainhain jail on account of pour health.
Killnn. a Dublin barrister, who was ar
rested with Davitt and Daly two years ago,
has been reapprohondud and conveyed to
Dundalk for inciting the peoplo not to pay
Postmaster General James ami wife and
party, consisting of, among others, Prank
James, Assistant Postmaster General F.lmer,
Mrs. Plenum, Mr. James' daughter, and
Col. Thompson, of tho railway mail ser
vice, yesterday arrived at Atlanta, Ga. Tho
party was cordially received. They will
be tendered a public reception to day. The
members of the party have a poor opinion
of the management of southern roads. Thoy
were delayed three hours because the train
Danford, the Kansas banker, and bis
cashier are still in the hands of a party of
determined citiaeni of Caldwell, who insist
that he must settle or die. The sheriff says
he can do nothing against the mob. Id the
Danford bank at Uunnewell, Cashier Bow
ers parceled out collaterals and real estate
to depositors. Danford made an assign
ment of his real estate last Saturday night.
The deposits in the bank Ht Caldwell were
removed to Newton, and citizens of the
former town feel disposed to have a lynch
ing. The national tariff convention opened in
New York yesterday, five hundred delegates
being in attendance. Hon. George B. Lor.
ing, commissioner of agriculture, was call
ed to the chair, and urged tho importance
of a bureau of industrial returns. Teter
Cooper read a lengthy address, asserting
that the government should never have
permitted individual states or banks to isaue
paper money. Senator Miller was elected
permanent chairman. A letter from Secre
tary Blaino contained an expression of his
belief that at no previous time has the prin
ciple of protection been so strong with the
masses of the people. At the evening ses
sion Hon. W. 1). Kelley, of Philadelphia,
read a paper on the reduction of internal
Aldkrman Tcckmi, Boston, says von
may slate that 1 have paid for medicine and
treatment in 20 year :,()00. without re
ceiving permanent benefit. Mutirely cured
of his disease fsalt rheum) bv Cuticura
Most of Wednesday was consumed in
the district court at Washington by an ex-
aminalion of Guiteau himself, and in the
afternoon the prisoner wn cross-examined
by Judge Porter for the prosecution, as
Question. You determined to kill Gen.
Garfield, did you not? Answer. I decline
to answer that; that is a very air.mg way to
put it (with some excitement); I consider
myself tho agent of the Dicty iu this mat
ter; I had no personal volition in tne matter.
Q. Did you nut say to officer Scott, on
leaving the depot after the murder of the
president, "Gen. Arthur is now president!"
A. I decline to Miaow that.
Q. Why do you object to auswoiing that?
A. I suppose I did say that ; (then ho added
excitedly); I want it distinctly understood
that I did not do that of my own personal
volition, but on the inspiration of the Deity;
I never would have ahot the president on
my own personal account. The Deity in
spired the act, and the Deity would take
care of it. The Deity furnished the money
with which I bought tho pistol; I was the
agent; the Deity inspired me to remove the
president, and I hail to resort to my own
means to accomplish tho Deity's will.
Q. The only inspiration you had was to
use a pistol on the president? A. The in
spiration consisted in trying to remove the
president for the good of the American peo
ple, and (impatiently) all these details are
nothing to the case; the whole matter was
in tho hands of Deify, and (impatiently) I
do not want to discuss any further; I ap
preciate the fact of the president's long
sickness as much as any person in the
world, but fliat is a very narrow view to
take of the matter.
Q. Did you contemplate his removal
otherwise than by murdcrt A. No, sir
(petulently); I did not like the word "mur
der;" I do not recollect the actual facts in
that matter (excitedly); if had shot the
president of the United States on my own
personal account no punishment would bo
too severe nor too quick for me ; but acting
as agent of tho Deity, that puts an cutiroly
different construction on the act, and that
is what I want to put to the court and jury,
and to opposing counsel; I say that tho re
moval of the president was an act of neces
sity from the situation, and for the good of
the African people; that is the ideal
want you to ascertain, and not to settle
down on the cold blooded idea of murder,
because I never had the first conception of
murder in the matter.
Mr. Potter. Were you aware it waa
against human law?
Prisoner. I felt the Diety would take
care of me; I never entertained an idea of
murder in the whole matter; I never had
any conception of the matter as n murder;
my mind is perfectly blank on that sub
ject, and has been.
The cross-examination was continued
Etbrtthins has a causo; tickling in tbe
throat, husking of voice, violent choughing,
etc., are the effoets of a severe cold. Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup cures the cold at once,
and removes its serious effects.
in that row which of all others should be
kept in thorough repair, a row of teeth, aro
sure to occur and no less sure to hopelessly
disfigure tho face if disregard of tho teeth's
cleaulincgs is persistent. But if the error
is corrected in time with tho aid of 80ZO
DONT, America's leading tooth beautifiur
nnd invigorant, tho tenants of the mouth
long retain their strength and whiteness
unimpaired. A word to the wise is suffi
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decy, loss of manhood, Ac., I
will send a recipe that will cure you, free
of charge. Tbis great remedy was discov
orcd by a missionary in South America,
Send a self addressed envolope to the Rov.
Joseph T. Inman, Station ft, New York