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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 3, 1882.
Trea.arr T. J. Kertb.
Clerk-Dennis. J, Foley.
Couu.eloi Wm. B. Ullbort.
Mar.hal-L. 11. M,,Vr,,'..-.
Attorney William lleudrlcks.
BOAHD OV AIJ)HM1.
Ktret Ward-Wm.McHale.T. M. Kltnbrongh.
m cond Ward-J"e lliukle, U. N. Hughe..
Third Ward-It. K, Hlake, John Vtood.
Kmmh Wrd--Cbirl. 0. PaUer, Adolph Bwo-
Fifth Ward-T. W. Halliday, Brne.t B. Petttt.
Circuit .ludxe I). J. Raker.
Circuit Clrlt A. H.
Comity Juris; U. s Yocum.
County Clerk H. J. Hum in.
County Attorney-J. M. Oainron.
County Trea.urer-Mlle. W. Parker.
Hhtsritf John Hodge..
S-rtT. W. U.lllday. J.
Ulbb. and Peter Hap, i
(tAIRU BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and Poplar
). wuV; preaching nrrtiad third Hnndtyi
Ji "mouth. II a m. " " P r, FJ.f y ' n ra
Aurucn or tub kbdkkmbki'c,,,pV)
C K . vienth .met; Hunday T:nn a m;. 1 ifoly
Kurhar .t- : m , Sunday school ; l.ODa.m
MoX V h:i5p. Evening Prayers. F.
j j;v.;nport, 8. T. B. Hector.
, . Ut MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHlTKCn.-.
.l.balh school at 7:30 V- " f' J' Bboro
In1!' ERA -Thirteenth stret; wrtlui naD
METHODIRT-Oor. Bluhlh and Walnut streets,
M VrcVchlng Sabbath ll:0 4.m. f07';
Sunday school at i:W p. m. It-V J. A. Scar nil.
I iiVt.hai h at 11:10 a. m. and 7:p. ,m- j"''?
L t? tar at 7:P-m- i handay dchiol
liVp'm. B B.V.jeor0.pator.
CT. .M.SKl'H 8 Roman Catholic) Corner Cross
S and Walnut street.; .ervtcea Sabbath 10 .V).
i,. ; S, ..day :U.ml at a p. . i VP P' "
win every' day at 8 a.m. Re . O H.ra. 1 ricrt.
CT. PATKICK-H--(Konan Catholic) Conier. Ninth
S street and Wa,l,lnon ar.nn.; .erc..
oa' h e and 10 a. tu. ; Ve.pers ! I p. m. i Bob da r enooi
t , m. services every day at S am. Re. M-tnwu
It. 11. TI UK CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K.K.
r ' M S8 ,CIM tlAU Hi i. !
f. iw 4::tka m tMall....--.
5:00 p. m
Krr.n 10:15a 01
ST. I.. At. R K
Riprran in:-jfa.m I
Aicum'datlon. 1 "J11 p ni I
(Narrow Uaaite )
Kipr... 4:S Pm
Aecoia'datoln 1J:0 P
ft 8. R K.
tAcc.in nation. lOp m tAccom datlon.ll .45 a m
WABASH. ST. LOUIS frAUPIC R Y C O.
unyextfpt Sunday, t Daily.
MUB1LK&OIIIO K. K.
..it :Ka.m. Mall --"
..8:0r.a.m. Mail !
.h: a.m. Kjjpr"M.....:50 p.m.
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho OnlvLino Kumiim;
O DAILY TRAINS
0 ITrom Cairo,
Making Dirkot Connkotion
Arrivlnirln St. Loul( 45 a.m. ; CbicaKo.8:3J) P.m. ;
Con ecting at Odin and Kfflngh.m for cfnelB.
nati, Loul.vlllH, Indlanapolia and point. Kai-t.
11:10 n.m. Ht. Iioaia tmd Wtrn
Arriving In St. Lout. 7:05 p. m., and connecting
for all point" Wt.
4:'-TO p.m. h'nnt KxrMw.
JorBt. LouUnbd Chicago, arriving at St. LouiB
t0:40p.m;, an Chicago":! a.m.
-t:'J p ln.CUu'itmHti Kxpreiin.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:i a.m.; I.om.vlllo 7:an
a m.i Indlatmpoll. 4:0" a.m. P"nl" '
thin train rt-aoli the abovo poluta 1 J to J
HOURS In advance of any other route.
If Tho 4:3" p. m. uxproaa baa rUI.I.MAN
hi.KKl'INli CA R Cairo to Cincinnati, without
change, and through uleepura to St. l.Otile ana
lust Tirno I'isist.
1 ilSSl'IlJ;! I H rn point, without any delay
canned by Sunday iiilcrvunliii'. The Hatiirday aflor
noon tram frmu Cairo arrive, in new York Monday
oiornlugat lo::ir. Thirty al hours lu advance (
ny other roiitn. .... . ..
lITVnt through tlrkoln and rurlhtir liifurmation,
r apply at llllnola (Antral Railroad IH;pol, Cairo. ,
'i JAB. JOHNHUN, . J J. U.JONKH,
(Jen. Hontherti Agent. Tlcaet Agent.
A. U. UANBON.Uun. Pact. Agent. Chicago
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
Kxpreaa and Mall leave Cairo, every day cx.ee tit
Sunday, at 10:3ft a. m. ArrlvvM:;op. m. 1
Accommoimtion arrive, at la; p. ui. uu uu
parta at 1 :J0 p.
J)U. W. C. J0CBLYN,
UFFICK-XIghtk Street, near Comnr.arclal Av.noe
jyK K. W. WHITLOCK,
Orrim-Mo. 1M Amiinrtai'itanti, btwM
O O A. L
D Stoves ID
1ST x 1ST
S "Jinwaro. S
k J M
83 Sjo a 3
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FL0UB, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
HUrhest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
KEPOKT OK THE CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL BANK
at Cairo, lu the State ol Illinois, at the close of
May l'Jtb, 1882,
Lnau.and dUcount. $ 3 ';,r, O'J
Overdraa. a,174 V
U. r. bond, to eccuru clrctilu
tlon.... M.miO 00
Other .tockn, bond, ami mort
gage '5,411 58
Due from approved rwrvo
as'-nt T0,tiW 4.1
Ituu from other National bank. IT, '15 :17
One from Slulo banks and
banker. IK.1S1 :N- lilti.lia IS
Heal f.tate, fnrulturo and fix
ture. 25,11 51
Current expen.c. and taxeg
paid M. . 5,(17 U
Chi rk, andothorra.h Itenia. S.RTO 8.'i
Hill, of other Hank. lll,4'0 00
Fractional paper currency,
nirkel. and pennies US 05
(iold I'ki Kjfl
Silver 9,7!M-4tM 0i)
Legal Tender note. 15,0u0 U)- 75,8!M DO
Ri'demptioii fund with V. S.
Treasurer, (5 per cent, of cir
ToTAl. J7lW,74! 'iO
Capital .to k paid in g imi.oii) oo
Suriiln. Fund I'Jii.inki mi
Ciidivlded Profit. H,Mn 54
ulloiml lunik, noli'i' oulntnnd- ,
ing a. ; r i .. 5,(KK) 00
Iuillvidual depo.lt. Kiibject to
check $:W!M;fl M
Oeumiid certlllcate.ofdepo.lt, lS.U-Jll 14
Due to other Nutioiml bauk., i,lJA :15
Duo to Statu bank, and
banker. '.'IKin H- 4i4,HCJ W
Note, and bllla re di.vounlud 'Xi.hhi in
Total $70'.t,7tl 20
Slate of llllnol., county of Alexander.
I, Tho.. W. Hiillldny, Ca.bler of the above Immed
bank, do .olemnly .wear that the above .tnleiueul
I. true to the beet of my knowledge und belief,
Too.. W. Ham.iiiay, t'HMhier.
Suh.crlbed mid .worn lo heforo tnn thl. SMh day
of May, IHlti. I'll AH. Cl'NNINIIIIAM,
CoititKcT Alle.l :
It. II, CtlNNINIIIIAM, )
U. D. Wiu.iamhon, wlirediirJ.
11. II. Canukk. I
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL' BANK.
Of Cairo. Illlnola.
71 OHIO LBVEB.
CAPITAL., ' 100.000
A General Banking business
TIIOS. V. IIALL.1DAY.
- ' '
I 111 I )i" 1
JNTEIU'UISB BAVINO DANK.
Of Cairo. I
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
i TUOa W. II ALU!) AY,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
OA U tO( ILLS.
F. BROSS. PreHlde.nt. I V. NKKK, VlcePrea'nt
U. WELLS, Canhler. I T. J. Kcrta, Ata't caaa
F. Hroc - Cn'ro I William Klute. .Cairo
Peter NelT " William Wolf.... "
C. M .O.terlob " I C. O. patter "
E. A. Under " II. Well. "
J. Y. Clem. on, Caledonia.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINKSS DONE.
Exchango .old and bought. Interuft paid In
the Having. Department. Collections made and
all business promptly attended to.
PROPRIETOR OF 8PR0AT'B PATENT
Wholesale Doaler in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
rHKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Spooialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATTER ic CO..
Cor. Nineteenth street) Caivn Til
Commercial Avenue VallUf 111
"HIE REGULAR CAIRO AND PADUCAH
HENRY E. TAYLOR , Master
OEO. JOBES Clerk
Leaves Paducah for Cairo dully (Sundays except
) at S a.m. and Mound City nt 1 p ni. Return
g, Leaves Cairo at 1 p. m. Mound. City at 5p. m.
1IE A. B. SAFFORD.
Daily packet between Cairo and Monn fl City Cap
taiu Andle Uweu ,
Leave. Cairo m..,.7:S0 A. M.
Mound City VM " '
" c.iro i Noon
" Mound City 1:30 P. M.
" Cairo 4:30 ' "
" Mound Cl- " "
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE iaSul STATES.
On end after Monday, Jnno7th, and Until lurtbor
notice thefuriyboat will make trips as follows:
'.ATI. MAWS LIAT1S
Foot Fonrth st. Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld g.
8:00 a. m. H::io a. m. a. m.
10:00 a. m, 10:30a. m. 11a.m.
2:00 p.m. 2:30 p. m. 3 p.m.
4:00 p.m. 4:40 p.m. 5;00 p. ra.
2 p.m. 3:S0 p.m. S p.m
NKW AHVKUTISKM KXTS.
HOARD : $3.00 PER WEEK, $2.00
I'O.TOmtB, ALI.KN Hl'ltlNUH, rol'l CO. ILL.
DIXON SPRINGS are slttmtod In a spur of tho
Oz.rk Mountain., ten miles from Uolr.onda and
fourteen mile, from Vienna, lu a beautiful valley
surrounded by high dill'..
The oeiiury I. un.urpa..ed and the water la
t roiiR with mineral propertle.. No. I Is strong
w.tb Irou, No, U with magnesia, aulphuf and Iron-a
frog line of the water ha. proved an unfailing rem
(ly lor Dy.pep.la, Jaundice, Liver Complaint.
Kidney alluctlnn. and Chronic, Diarrhoea. A a
.nranier ru.ort Dixon Springs Is de.ervodlr popu
lar, bulim uiliat. secluded and cool, frn from dial
and moHnnltooi. Soa.ou from first of June to llrsl
oiuucomiior. JDS. s. lkmbw.
W. F. Lamiiuih, river editor of Tits Hulltim
and steamboat paa.enger agent. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Job printing solicited. OQlce
ul Planters Hotel, No. 51 Ohio levee.
HTA0K8 OK THKUIVER.
Tho rivur marked by tho gauge last even
ing at this point at six p. m., 40 feet
and 7 inches and rising.
Pittelmrg, Juno 26 p.m. River 10 feet
6 inches and rising.
Cincinnati, Juno 20 p.m. 31) feet 8
inches and rising.
Louisville, Juno 20 p. m. River 15
feet and rising.
Nashville, Juno 30 p.m. River 22 feet
1 inch and rising.
St. Louis, June 26 p. m. River 2H foot
1 inch and rising.
Yesterday was a very bright aud pleasant
Tho Gus Fowler arrived at 1 p. m. yes
terday and left at 4 :30 fur Paducah. She
had a good passenger trip both ways.
The Hudson from Paducah for 8t. Louis
is due this evening. She is fust and her
accommodations arc first class. Capt. John
The City of New Orleans laid hr.re about
18 hours to (ill out. She left at 3:45 lust
evening for the Crescent City with a full
The B..S. Rhea from Nashvillo is due
here to-morrow, and will return Monday
morning at 10 o'clock.
Tho Jas. W. Gaff from Cincinnati is due
for Memphis to-day. Capt. Bob Wise is
in command. W. F. Lambdin, passenger
agent, will furnish tickets at low rates.
Office at the Planters house.
The Golden Crown from Cincinnati is
due this evening for Now Orleans.
The Paris C. Iirown passed up last night
with a light trip. She stopped hero to
coal aud received sorno freight and Bonie
passengers, leaving for Cincinnati immedi
The Cons. Millar from Memphis is due
to-morrow evoninc for Cincinnati. C. B.
Business in steamboat circles was rather
dull yesterday, there being but very few
A spociul dispatch to tlrt St. Louis Globe-
Democrat from Memphis, Term., dated
June 1, says: "The Belle Memphis arrived
from Vicksburg at 4:45 p. m. She at
tempted to beat the James Leo's time from
Helena, Ark., to this port, but failed. She
made the run in 5 hours and 53 minutes,
which is 20 minutes slower than the Lee's
time. It is claimed she lost 8 minutes in
Cow Island chute, and had to contend
against a strong head wind."
The fine steamer City of Helena for
Memphis is duo to-day from St. Louis.
Tho City of Greenville leaves St. Louis
this evening for Vicksburg. Sho will re
port here some time during tho day to
morrow. The Bucksye State from St. Louis is duo
early this morning for Pittsburg.
The Ste. Genevieve is the Anchor line
packet from St. Louis for Memphis to
morrow. The John A. Scudder from St. Louis will
be the Anchor line boat, leaving hero Sun
day evening for New Orleans.
The Belle Memphis is due up from Vicks
burg for St. Louis this morning.
The Fanuie Tatura arrived last night at
10 with a good trip from St. Louis. Sho
left at 10:20 for Paducah.
The Gold Dust arrived at 0:30 last night
from St. Louis. She had a big trip for the
Judge R. S. Yocum returnod yesterday
from Springfield, where ho has been in at tendance
as a delegate to tho Presbyterian
general assembly which has just concluded
a session of anveral weeks in length.
Mr. M. J. llowley returned Thursday
from Washington and other eatttcru cities
winch ho visited for business and pleasure.
Mr. John Thistlewood left yesterday for
Hot Springs, where his family lias been for
smno weeks for thoir health. Ho will
remain with them a while, aud then nil
will couio homo together.
Mr. John Fry, J. Burger & Pro's popular
salesman, loft last night for Hut Springs,
to bo gone sovcraf weeks.
Mr.James M. Gregg, a prominent citi
zen of Ilarrisburg, III., passed through t'te
Mrs. Nina Wills, after a painful illness
of several days, Friday night, gave birth to
little girl baby whldi lived only ft few
hours. Tho many friends of tho family
will be glad to know that Mrs. Wills U do
ing fully as well as could bo expected un
der the circumstances. V ' '.;,' i
A School Committee Cornered.
At an examination of a publio school
on Staten Island, tho teacher, justly
proud of his scholars, addressing the au
dience, said: "Ladies and gontlemon, to
firove that the boys are not crammed
or tho occasion, I will direct ono of
them to open the arithmetic at random
and read out tho first problem. Then
I shall invite a gentleman of the audi
ence to work out the sum on the board,
and to commit intentional errors which,
you will observe, the boys will instantly
detect. John Smith, open tho book and
read tho first question!"
The scholar obeyed and read out:
"Add fifteen sixteenths and nine elev
enths." The teacher turned to tho audience
and said: "Now, Supervisor , will
you step to tho blackboard and work it
Tho supervisor hesitated, then said,
"Certainly," and advanced a step, but
paused and asked the teacher, "Is it fair
to put tho children to sodillieult a prob
lem?" "Oh, never foar," replied the teacher,
"they will be equal to it." "Very well,"
said tho supervisor, "go on." The boy
began the question: "Add fifteen-sixteenths
"No. no!" said the supervisor, "I will
not be a party to overtaxing tho child
ren's brains. I have cpnscinutious scru
ples against it. This forcing system is
ruining the rising generation!" and ho
gave back tho chalk and loft tho room.
"W ell Judgeuastiewn, win you lavor
us?" asked tho teacher, tendering tho
chulk. "I would do so with pleasure,"
replied the ittdgo, but I have aca.ieconi-
lii; uu in my i:uun iu oiiiiumi.u ui knv,
and he left.
"Assessor Middlcrown, we must fall
back on you," said the teacher, smiting.
"Oh," said tho assessor, "I pass--1
mean I decline in favor of Collector X."
"Well, that will do," replied the teacher;
"Mr. Collector will you favor us?"
"I would certainly that is of course"
replied the collector, "but ahem! I
think it should be referred to a commit
Why, bless me! I'll never catch it.
Good bye! Some other time!" And ho
"I know Justice Southfield will not
refuse!'1 said the teacher, and the jus
tice stepped promptly up to the black
board amidst a round of applauso from
the audience. The scholar again began
to read the sum. "Add fifteen-sixteenths!
A dozen hands went up as tho judge
mailt the first figures.
"Well, what is it?" asked the teacher.
"He's got the denominator on top of
the line!" cried the boys in chorus.
"Very good, boys, very good; I see
you are attentive;" 6aid the judge, as he
rubbed out the figures, turned red, and
began again, but was interrupted by tho
class calling out.
"Now he's got the numerator and de
nominator under the line!"
sharp, I see!" said the judge, j
and again commenced.
"That ain't a fraction at all! It's one
thousand five hundred and sixteen!"
was tho cry that hailed the judge's new
combination of figures.
"Reallv, Mr. Teacher," ejaculated tlio
judge, "1 must compliment you on tho
wonderful proficiency of your scholars
in algebra! I won't tiro their patience
"Oh, gt n, go on," said the teacher,
and again tho judge wrote some figures
in an olf-hand manner.
"That nint a tract i m! It's six thou
sand one hundred and fifty-one!" yelled
"Mr. Teacher," said the judge, "it
would be ungenerous on my part, nnd
imply an unworthy suspicion as to your
elliciencv, to put these extraordinarily
bright children to additional tests; I would
not ()h! excuse mo! There's Brown!
I have important business with him!
Sheriff! 1 want to seo you," and ho left.
iSoino davs afterwards a boy was
brought before Justice Southfield for
throwing stones in the street. "John,"
said tho judge, sternly, "were you the
boy that laughed in seliool on Monday,
while I was working. that problem ?"
"Yes, sir!" was tho reply. John got
thirty dnyn.Jlichvioml Uuxrttc.
In the Grave.
The St. Louis Vod-Dixpukh has dis
covered tho sad fact that American
humorists, like precocious children, have
decayed, retired, gono up, and qui to
ceased to bo interesting:
Come and weep with us, dear reader,
over the grave of American humor. It
is gone. It is busted and dead like a
cockroach flattened in I lie family Bible.
Outlier about us, weeping friends, while
wo drive tho cold cruel screw into tho
collin lid of busted American mirth.
Pour into the open grave your scalding
ween. America hasn't to-day a, humor
ist that she can lay her jaws to. Noono
can regret this any more than we do,
not because it hurts our t rade any, for it
docs not. If we had a man on this pa
per who claimed to bo a humorist, we
would squat him into a heretogctieoiis
mass and use him for a patter weight.
But wo have two or three journalistic
friends who had fooled us into the de
lusion that they were inclined to he
facetious, and without thinking about it
much wo havo laughed a good deal over
their printed remarks. It will go hard
with such men to be laid asido tnat way
and stood up behind the door like an
old umbrella. They will be out of a
job and hard up for awhilo until they
can get, some wood to saw. Such men
as Mark Twain and Josh Billings are
left In their old age with only about
$200,000 apiece, and Peck and Sweet
and those men, together with C. B.
Lewis and Bob Burdetto and Eugene
Field, will probably have to tramp it
over the country. All these men are
making money hand over fist, aud they
are making It out of four or five million
people who haven't tho necessary men
tal acumen to drop to tho never-dying
truth that they are being bamboozled by
half a dozen men who don't know a
joke from a blue pill. A'te in
i'j . '.' i "' . .'i r 1 '
Jumbo gray has become a fashionable,
color. 1 i
A Contingent Tee.
A citizen had had occasion to consult
a lawyer regarding a suit which he con
templated instituting, but of the definite
outcome of which he was in doubt Ha
did not wish to pay a retaining fee, be
causo he was uncertain of winning. The
attorney said he would accept a contin
gent fee. Tho party met Mr. Burleigh
somo tirao afterward and askod him tee
definition of a contingent fee.
"A contingent fee," jocosely said Mr.
Burleigh, is this: "If a lawyer loses the
case he gets nothing. If ho wins you
"But," said tho perplexed party,
scratching his head, "I can't say that I
exactly comprehend you."
"I thought I was quite clear," said
Mr. Burleigh, who repeated what he had
"But it seems that I don't get any
thing in cither event," said tho man,
when his intellect had fully grasped the
"Well, that is about tho size of a con
tingent fee," replied Mr. Burleigh, ter
minating tho conversation.
Some people are always over-sensitive
about being joked about their business,
and wo supposo Kleevor, the butcher,
was the other night at tho card party
wheti Golosh, tho shoo dealer, asked
him, ns he laid down three twenty-five
cent pieces for counters, "if that was his
"My steak, eh!" said Kleevor, redden
ing; "no; but," doubling his fist, "lean
give you a couple of pounds if you want
"Wait, wait," said his partner, "wait
till Golosh plays a rubber, and wo'll
beat him out of his boots;" and then he
didn't like it because, being in the tobac
co trade, he was asked to "make a littlo
fine cut for deal.
I ETTER LIST.
LIST OK LKTTKUS REMAINING TJNCATJ-ED
FOR IN TIIK I'OSTOKFIC'K AT CAIRO, ILL.,
SATURDAY, JUNE 3, IStW.
Anderson, L M
Bioen, L J.
Brown, Henry (col)
Burton, Mollio (col)
Derby, Martha 2 Daniels. Sarah E
Gibson, Ella Green, Visa
Holmes, Rachel Hill, Maty
Reuse, Sarah E Huggens, Mary
Hall, Jennie Hamilton, Cora
Harris, Jane McAllister, Stella
McKiuuey, .1 P Manning, Ada
Polluell, Vel Dora, 2 Pryor, Winney, 2
Parsley, Katy Uenfro, Mariah
Kice, Hannah Smith, Ellen
Sullivan, Jennie Tharpc, N II
Taborn, Killio Warn, Guie
Wright, Emmie Wright, Laura
Williams, Emerlino Walker, Libcy
Benedict, C E Bratton', Dr
Bledsoe, Joseph Borry, Lewis
Bresh, II M Bedford, Sam
Bender, W T Bender, W T
Burd, Wes Cliff, Berten
Cluto, Eddie Canobcr, Geo
Crockett, George Cotjlan, Martin
Carter, Wrailaco Cole, T J
Dennis, Amos, 2 Damron, M V ;
Fitsiniunyiis, James Fitzgerald, John
Flauntory, Wesley Hosier, EU
Hubler, A Hoeppe, Mr
Harrington, John Hutchinson, James
Hodge, Wm Johnson, Win
Jones, Thos Kclcb, James
Lattner, Geo Leo, Robt O
Logan, Thos C Mason & Co
Martin, Fred Moehun, John
McNutt, Davo Manny, Harry
Mynatt, John Miller, John
Moss Ss Co., J Murphy, Solee
Murphy, M B, 2 Moore, H C
Nicolas, Capt Trestwood, n W
Phips, Paul Phillips, N
Ray.Wm Smith, Hugh
Sleadley, Q F Samson, James
Sarber, Joo L Spraul, Roman
Strine, W F Taylor, Walter
Townscll, Frankio Walker, Allen
Williams, Gus Warner, Geo
Weibking, J P. Wholan, John
Persons calling for the above mentioned
will please say advertised.
Geo. W. McKkaio. Postmaster.
WKtBko pleasure in informing our read
ers that by enclosing a three-cent stamp to
Foster, Millmrn & Co., Buffalo, N. Y., they
can secure, free, a set of their fine litho
graph picture cards, which are an ornament
to any household.
Free ot Cost.
All pi isoiih wishing to test tho merits of
a great remedy one that will positively
cure Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, or any affection of tho Throat
and Lungs -are requested to call at Geo.
K, O'l Urn's drug store and get a trial bot
tle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
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Tin; Voltaic Uki.tCo., Marshall, Mich.,
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for thirty days to men (young or old) who
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Fort uucs for Farmer ami Mechanics.
Thousands of dollars can bo saved by us
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