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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23. 1882.
Mayor N. B. Thistlewood.
ClerkDennis. J, Foley,
tvniianlor- - Win, II. Mil hurt.
Murlil-L. II. Meyera,
Attorney -William tlrtdrlLkt.
HO HI) Of iUlKimt.
Cirnt War l-Wiii.McHalo. T. M. Klmbroogri.
Second Ward-Jesse liiiikle.O. N- Hukum.
l l,1(ll WardB. F, Make, John Wood.
Kourth Ward-Charles O. ratler, Adnipll 8wo-
' r h Ward T. W, lUl'.ldav, Ernest B. Petttt.
f'iruil' lii'lt'B-H -1 . Ituki-r.
t iro iil t.'ii:rk A. II. Irvin.
County Judie It. H Yociin.
County Clirm-M. '. Hum in.
County Attorney J. M. bamron.
Count y TruaxnriT Miluii W. Parker.
Sh'irirf John llodie.s.
County Commlssinners-T. W. Ilalllday, J. A.
Ulllb and I'litcr Mllip.
Cll I liCHKS.
C) MHO IHrTHT. -Corner Tenth and Poplar
slre-Hs; preaching first md tUirii Sundays In
. i liiontii, II a m i17:i 'i. m ; prayer meel
!u i! Thursday, 7:.lo p. m ; Sunday school, vm
11 7 JUir. A. J. HESS, Pastor.
nlll'ltCII OP THE REDKSMKR-iEplBCopai
V. t''niri"-iiili fttreet; Sunday 7:ooa m.. Holy
li linfiiM ; w :3t . ni ., Sunday school; 'lo,).m.,
Mori.lnit I'ravers; :in . m., I vfliilRK Prayer. F.
V liHVin"rt, T. It- Rector.
I t f;M- M ibMluN AKV BAPTIST CHtJRCU-
V It t.. iuu i ft. n.., 3 p. m., M'd ?: p. m.
,i,i... i. ri,.ul at 7 '' p. m Rev. T. J. Shores,
4 I i ii hltAN-Tr.lrli-fiild sowd; eerrta Sab
I . 1 :;o a in ; Sunday school p. m. Re.
an- '.' , part ir.
MKTIK'IUST C.,r Eighth and Waluiit streets,
1'readiii.g Sabbath II :. in. iid7:Hl p.m.
r-unday Mil.... I at a:"M p. m Kv J. A. Scarrett,
t . l tiV'l KKI AN Eighth street; p-eactitoK on
I h'tl.l.aih at II :m ft ru. and 7 : l. rn ; prayer
or-, nii Wi-dm.-d at 7:aop.m ; Sunday tknol
at 3 i m. H: It 'V. Oe.irge, puiuir.
l; 1 JOSEPHS Koman Cathollr) Corner Cross
O and Waltmt streets; services NaM.ath I0:l.
n.; Siiudar School at a p. m.; Vesper p. m.; ser
fir, everyday at a. m. Kev. O Hart, Priest.
l'ATKIf'K'S-Hrniao Cttholle) Corner Ninth
0 s'cei and Washington avenue; tervlcei Sab
na'.h i and In am; Vrepers 3 p. rr..; Sunday School
1 in. s-rvlces every day U a.m. Rv. MtTon
l. It. TIME CARP AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R-
f Mill 4:no ft.m
&ivten 11:10 ft.m
Xrc.iiu'.lation.U :l't a.
t Krj.rrff ..
.. 3:VU..in Accimdt1o..:l5 p m
MIS CENTHAL R. K
4 Via m I tMall
... . Ur.llt, m I tKxpri-n...
L. K.K. (Narrow Gan )
in..K miiHn.,.H 4:.1ftD.fn
An om'dtl.)D. 1 ; p.m I Accom'datoln 12:05 p. in
ST L . I. M. 4 8. H. K
Eri ri'M II ;:ip.rn I tKiprw" 9:W p M
lAi-CMin nation. :.p m I tAccorn'datlon 11:45 ft.m
WAMAS1I, bT LOI H A PACIFIC K'YCp.
VIIA Ki.... 4 .fnMH4 E. ...: p m
Daily etct'pt Suuday. t Oally.
MOBILK OHIO H. K;
Mail ..;Olia. in. I Mail ....R:5op. m.
Bipr.-M ':"'. . m I EpreM .......:W P- -
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO K. K-
TRAINS KI.'N AS FOLLOWS.
Expr-f and Mall Inavc Cairo. ry day xcpt
Huiu'.av, at H:3S m. Arrltr.a Ctt p m.
Ar.romm'Hlatlon arrive! at li.oi p. ui. aud ae
part at l:J0 p. tn.
Wahmt St, near 12th.
SUM MKltTFRM, from July 5, 12 weeks
FALL TKRM, from Oct. 2, 12 wppUb
TI ITIUN K11! TKHM
Common Scho l. Academic and Coiium-rciftl
1 1 KNHV J'UjC) V , Tenfhor.
QEORGi: II. LEC1I, M. I.
JMivsician and sSux'goou.
Sn.Tlal munition (mid to the Homimpnthlc treat
m. nt ot aurulcal dli, tind Utin of womun
and rlilliinm. ,, . ,.ni.
t):llc: (tu Mth troi'l.oppomto tho I'oat Omce,
jyi. W. 0. JOCKLYN,
I) li NT I ST.
OFFK'H-Klifhtli Htri.i't. nw,r ComT-yrclal Avwnpy
H. K W. WU If LOCK,
Orrmi-No. 186 Commercial Avenuo, bitweD
Kifhtli and Ninth Hlreuta
ritOrilTETOR OF HrROAT'8 PAT1CNT
WlioloHulo Dealer in Ice
ICK t'Y THK CAH LOAD OR TON.WELl
?',kkd Fon suirriNG
(Jnv LoadH a BpetJinltv.
O F F 1 0 K
Cor, Twelfth Street and Leyee,
Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruits, with
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids ur artific
ial Essences. Always uniform in strength,
without anf adulterations or impurities.
Have gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and qual.
ity. Admitted by all who have used them
as the most delicate, gratefuf and natural
favor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
' MANUFACTURED BT
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, III., and St. Louis, Mo.,
Unnaf l.pll. Ym.l (!., Dr. Prim', fm. Hating
r..r, a4 Ur. PrlM'. I ali rarfiiaM.
WE MAKE NO SECOND CRADE COOD8.
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Life In.urance Company
IN THE WORLD.
It alone If nut's
rtipulntlnR that tlie contract of Inniranca "ahall
Lot be ilimiau'd" after It l three ye-r old,
and tUt euch policies suall be
on receipt of satisfactory proof of diaih.
Its policy U clear and conclso, and contalus
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
N. B . 11 F.A D YOT'R POLICIES, (kimnaro tin-
short and slmplo form used by the Equitable with
belong anl obscure contracts losiieu uowu wui
tochnlcftlltlcs Issued by other compauieal
Its CASH RETURNS
to policy holders are
N. B.-soo the many lettnrs from policy holdon
xprsaslnn their Rratincatlon with the returns Tron
their ToNnm Savinu Kunu roiictis
Ueoue of It
Assets Securely Invested
Surpltif Securely Inveted, nearly
E. A. BUItNETT. Agont.
Offlot, corner 13th and Wftshlnaloo.
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
C'CUHECTK IJ DAILY BY C1US. CUNNING
2:30 T. M. AuijiihCW, 10-2.
Auifunt, S ' tunibvr. (Jctol.cr
fork $.'1 ru $H fl2 i i 75
Out 41 'ft
W. F I.AMmy, river cdltir of ins IIirti.Tii
and aicamboit pie.i;.T a, nt. Orrtra for all
kinds of steamboat Jub printing iriilcllyd. O.Ucn
at fluntera Uotol, No. &4 Otii.. levuu.
BT AO ES OF THK UIVKK.
The river iiiwkod by tlicgnue laa' (sven
iog at 4 o'clock at this port 18 feet
Pittsburg, Atiif. 230 p. m River 1
foot 1 inch Hiiil falling.
Cincinnati, Aulj. 230 p. m. River 9
fet 5 inch 's kihI fulling
Louisville, Ant;. 23 -'i p. in. River (i
feet 2 inclicB ftml fulling.
iNashville, An'. 23-0 p.m. River 0 feet
!St. Lju'ih, A nj;. 22 0 p. ni. Rivi;r 12f'ct
2 inches and fulling.
The City of Providetico, from St. L),
is due here thin evenioj; fur Vickeburg.
The City of New Otiedus leaves St.
Louis to-morrow evening fur New Or
leanrt. The Fnie Walker, which took the
place of the illfated OnM Dut, p;isKed up
earlv yesterday moriiiog for St. Louin.
The Gus Fowler, from Paduc.sh is
the regular mail packet this evening return
in i,' there at 3 p. m.
The Vint Sbiukle, from Ciucinnaii, is
due early this morning fur Memphis. Paa
nenfere going down the Mississippi tan
gecure tickets from W. F. Lambdin ayt.
for this popular packet.
The Paris C. Brown, Capt. Alex Halli
day, mapter is due from Cincinnati to-day.
The Brown (joes to New Orleans.
The St. Genevieve, for Memphis passed
down last night.
The Annie P. Silver from St. Louis,
arrived yesterday evening. She had a Urge
freight trp, and will Gil oat here, leaving
this morning for New Orleans.
The Andy Bium left Memphis lat eve
ning and is due hfra for Cincinnati to-morrow
morning early. A large party of ex
cursionists are coining up from Memphis.
Capt. W. P. Wright, freight agent for
the (big O. line) is rusticating at Dixon
Springs for a few day?.
The Gol len Crown is on her way up from
New Orleans, and will report here for Cin
cinnati Thursday morning.
Passengers going up the Ohio should re
member the Andy Baum to-morrow
morning, and purchase tickets from
ageut, W. F. LamWin.
If your lungs are almost wasted by con
sumption Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medical
Discovery" will not cure you, yet as a rem
edy for severe coughs, and all cureable
bronchial, throat, and lung affections, it is
unsurpassed, send two stamps for Dr.
Pierce's large pamphlet tniatiso on Con
sumptionjand Kindred Affections. Address
World's Dispensary Medical Association,
Buffalo, N. Y.
Mr. Wbittier on Annoyance in Heaven.
Mrs. Kllen K. Dickinson, in tlm
Chunhman: 1 related something of a
conversation between Mr. Longfellow
and myself on spiritualism it few month
before 'his death, or. rather, a conversa
tion on tho influence and nearnesi
which many persons experience in re
gard to those w ho were dear to their,
and have cone into the mysteries of
eternity. Mr. Whit tier listened wit h in
terest, adding that hn was nware that
Mr. Longfellow had some remarkable
ideas and sympathies of the kind, but
had never talked with him on the sub
ject, "and for myself," ho mhled, "I
nave felt but very' slightly thateloseness
rind nearness of thounseen of which you
speak." After it few moments, in tho
progress of our talk, he remarked: "Life
is n 'mystery, death is a mystery. I am
like the. Chinese philosopher Confucius,
who, when he was asked, 'What is
death?' answered, 'Life is such a mys
tery that. 1 do not seek to penel rate what
is beyond it.' " ."May 1 ask if vou be
ILnve in the progress of the soul after
that.?" "Why hot? Surely we nre not
to bo placed in niches to remain forev
er. Wo shall doubtless there Imve what
we lack here, harmony, and thai is my
idea of heaven." "Notnuihles, novex
ntions?" "Well, I (lo not think so. It
seems to mo wo must 'there, as well as
here, Lave some annoyance, to hn quite
content, in contrast."' This was h nov
el idea, and I laughed in appreciation
of it, and said: "Tbeu you do not fitnc
a Rtipremo satisfaction and content.
"No, no, not 1," laughing merrily.
"Rut we meet people who are. thorough
ly delighted with themselves and their
surroundings very frequently." "True,
and thee hast seen clams at high tide;
they remind me of sueh people. Ah.
wo 'shall have sotno trials in the lifo bt"
yond (and hero tho poet's linodarkeye
lighted up .with a ram intelligence), but
our happiness will ho all tho sweeter,
And everything will bo liarmonizod."
Woman and her Diseases.
is the title of a largo illustrated treatise,
by Dr. R. V, Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., Bent to
any address for three stamps. It teaches
Trust and you will not be trusted.
A wrong cannot be ju.-lilied bv its
' t- 1 1 it often ruins both debtor and
civ. I, tor.
Strive for the Lot, and provide against
Promise to pay to tho father of hank
ruptey. 'I his world belongs to the energetic.
What bus been unjustly gained can
not ho justly kept.
Tho.,- are Ihe most honorable w ho are
the 111'. -r useful.
Impatience dries the blood soouerthan
age or sorrow.
No one can road another's mind; few
can read their own.
Sentiment at variance with facts is a
bast anl flower.
As ilialion advances, the neees-ily
of law diinini'-h,.s.
Adversity borrows its sharpest sting
from our impatience.
On the day of victory no weariness is
felt. Arabic proverb.
Be graceful if you can: but if you
can't be graceful, be I nie,
No Legislature or Government ever
eii'ieted nn honest man.
The high-minded lind it ea -ier to grant
than to accept favors.
The man w ho i alwa;, s right llmN
every one cle always w rong.
Tho truly wi.se man should have no
keeper of his secret but himself.
The miller imagines that the corn
grows only to make his mill turn.
A cheerful face is nearly as good for
an invalid as healthy weather.
Who is lavish with promises is apt to
be penurious in performances.
There, is always room for a man of
force, and he makes room Cor many.
Tho-e who are always btev rarely
achieve a in thing: they haven't tini".
Tho cheapest advice is that which
costs nothing and is worth nothing.
-Popularity is not infallibility. Errors"
exist only while they are popular.
Educated men sometimes steal, but
education is not an incentive to steal
ing. Nature never moves by jumps, but
always in steady and supported ad
vances. Duties and rights are inseparable;
one cannot be delegated without the
It is the care of a very great part of
mankind to conceal their indigence
from the rest.
Despair and postponement are cow
ardice and defeat. Men are born to
rnieeeed, not to fail.
The vi-ionary are always dangerous.
No man can dolmie others so easily as
he w ho tlelud.es himself.
The law cannot supply brains for
fools, and those who attempt it are the
ones who hope to prolit b,y it.
In a crowd the average indmihial is
small, and ihe purpose of parties i.s to
take advantage of this fact.
Upon the margin of celestial streams
alone those simples grow which cure
Justice, exists independent of the
law. and no statute can modify its prin
ciples, although it may effect its attain
ment. By utilizing selfishness greater good
can often be done than by decrying it.
Self is at the hottoui of many good ac
tions in their motives.
A good book, whether a unrel or not,
is one. that leaves yon fail her on than
when you took it up. If, when you drop
it, it drops you down in the same old
spot, with no liner outlook, no cleared
vision, no stimulated desires for that
which is better and higher, it, is in no
tense a good book. Anna W'ann r.
The foundation of the present, silk
manufacture in the United Slates was
laid in the making of sewing-silk. In
li;5 tho lirst. establishment in Philadel
phia for making; sew ing-silk was start
ed, and in l.VrJ a ribbon factory was
built. Since the year last named the
new lug-silk and twist manufacture has
wholly freed it-elf from foreign rivalry,
but is .subject to the keenest home com
petition. The total value of the silk
manufacture!! for the census year
was !T.wi'.i.7lli; for 1800, 0,007,771 ;
for 170, $13,210,00-', and for 180, ;!!,.
"Threw Away Her Snjioi tor.
Dr. Pierce: A neighbor of ours wns
suffering f:oni "female wcokness" which
the doctors told her could not be cured
without a supporter. After consideiable
pursussion my wife induced her to try your
'Favorite Prescription." Alter using one
bottle she threw uway her supporter and
did a largo washing, which she hud not done
in two years before. James Mim.au,
4310 Jacob street, Wheeling, W. Va.
Bv vlrtno of an eiicutlon Issued out of the rlnrk's
office of llio circuit court of lexander cnuiil.tjiiiid
s'utu of Illinois, and tn me directed, whereby I ant
commanded to make, the Anvmi I of a certain Judg
ment recently obtained auulnst Ilvro" K. Illake anil
BtMillnitta K. Parker, In favor of stliuwr Miiniirnctur-
tni! Company, out of tho luml. tenements, (iiiiuls
anil chattels of said Hymn V. illnkeand Ilii,!uian
F, 1'arker, I have levied on the following described
tironerty, to wit :
Lot numbered three (S) In block twenty nlne (Sii)
lots noniiKircrt three (it) ana lour (4) in diock num
bered forty-live 4'i) and lot numbered twniity-l'nnr
CJ4l In block nil in be red seventy two (It!) all the
tibove dlsi-rlbed lota are situated In the city ol Cairo
county of Alexander and stnte ol Illinois, as the
property of lleiijlm in F. Parker' and 1 have also
levied upon lot mi inhered twenty three ("SI) In block
nnm bored soveiity-two(.a) and lota, thirteen (13) and
fourteen (H) In block numbered ventv-one (711 In
the city of Cairo comity of Alexanrtir andatato of
Illinois, ae tho property of Bvron Y. Blake.
Therefore, ftccordluif to said command, I shall
nipoae for sale at pnbllc auction, all the riuut, title
and intereat otthn above, named Byron V "lake
nd Houjlman F. Parker, In and to the ahova des
cribed propcrtv, at 11 o'clock a. m. on I uesjlsy the
Will day of September 1HS2 at the westerly door f
thecourt house, n Cslro Aleiander county Illinois,
18T)ated.tCalro Illlnol. tbt.- f Ajjl-t
Sheriff AleiandftreoUBty. Illlntdt.
Don't Fe Alarmed
at Bright'Disease, Diabetes, or any disease
of the kidneys, liver or urinary organs,
as Hop LJitters will certainly and lastingly
cure you, and it is the only thing that
ST. JOSEPH'S LORETTO ACADEMY
FOUNDED, lSOo". CHAUTIiUED 180-1.
Tiih institution, under the direction of
the Sisters of L iretto, is situated in the
most elev Ue.il and healthful locality in the
city ; commtndiug a view of both the Ohio
and Mississippi rivers, The new building
erected in place of the one lately destroyed
by fire is more comm. lions and comforta
ble- than the old one, mid the grounds are
more extensive aud beautifully shaded,
Parents and guardians in ty be assured t'aat
their children and wards will receive the
most vigilant attention and careful scholas
tic training. The facilities for the trans
mission ol pupils to and from this
institution are unsurpassed: via
rivers; the Ohio mid Mississippi
thy Illinois Central railroad, Wn
b ish railroad, St. Imis & Cairo railroad,
and Texas narrow gu ige railroad are af
fording a never failing communication with
the city of Cairo, Tim umi iI academic,
course of tluddies is taught at
this institution. Tim scholastic
year is divided into two sessions
of tA'Diity weeks each; tho lirst opening on
the first Monday in September, rite second
commencing with the fiist Monday in
Fcbruoy an I termhuiing at the expira
tion of the forty scholastic weeks.
Terms per session of twenty weeks,
Hoard and Tuition in coiuunm branches,
$70. Hoard and tuition in higher branch
es, $7". Music extra. (Argus copy 2w.
My the unthinking, Burdock has been
considered a weed, and its luxuriant
growth, unpleasant smell, etc., h is rendered
it, to thus i "iiot knowing its virtues," a
nuisance, yet the mo' has long been ac
knowledged by savants as most inv duahle
as a diuretic, aperient and blood purifier.
Burdock Blood bbt-rs embody all its good
qualities. Price .f i t);). P. G. Selmh, agnt.
if Adam had had a game of "Fifteeu"
placed in his hand at an early period of his
distance, the whole, course of history
might have been materially altered for the
better, and if billiounes, indigestion, sick
headache or dyspepsia were unknown,
Spring Blossom would not be needed.
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents, P. G.
AFTER THE FLOOD THE
'fire, iir r the flag
ii I r 1 Tl T m rt r or, t
ha. opened nuAin In tlin Davie building ou Sixth
etreci, well u full H'uek of
New KuvnMm'o of all kinds
ni.il is prepared to do
UL'UOJiSTKlt'NCr and Repairing
at re.iB'-initble riltea.
KAFKI.K : take nelianre tn
the ftneit bunk ca-e In tli.icity. or a handsome bod
room set, or line side board. A tide, now on ex
hibition at his sales romus. Will be nulled as soon
as tickets are dl si) .sedof, ur money will be returned
t.lV K II I M A (-' Uj.
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE telSkl STATES.
On and after Mondav, July Jl, an 1 until further
nolle , Hie ferryboat fhr'i.i'4t it is will run as near
as possibleon t ic following t one table:
MAVBS t,4VKS LtiVS
Fool Fourth st Missouri I.aud'K. Kentucky Ld g.
0::vu. m. 7:miii. m. 7:W'a. m.
S HI) ' OMVI " t; in "
1ii:;m " ll:iio u::i "
Mm p. m. : 10 p. m. 3:01 , m.
Leave Leave Leave
Foot Fourth St. Kentucky l.d'. Ml'sourl Land'tf.
l:iKl p, in. 1 ::V p. in 11:10 p. in.
On tail triplcavlmt Ketitie kv liitidlnu at lift) o'clock
p. in , the bout will go to lllrds I'ulnt. mnklnir con
nect Inn with T fc8t.li enifer iraln for I'airo.
FIihI trip at II:. 'Id a. in leavln O ilr.i, Will connect
wIlhT, A hi. L. train leaving Cairo,
THE RKOl'LAll CAIUO AND
I DAILY I'ACKIiT.
i i r,' i j
MEN ItY K. TAYLOR Muster
GEO, .101! KM ; Clerk
Leaves I'adiicah for Cairo daiiy (Sunday except
ed) at 8 a.m. and Mound City ml p m. Huturu.
lug. l.'veiCftlroftt4p. m. Monad. City it ftp. m.
Malaria is an almost in
describable malady which
not even the most talented
physicians are able to fath
om. Its cause is most fre
quently ascribed to local
surroundings, and there is
very little question, but this
opinion is substantiated by
facts. Malaria does not nec
essarily mean chills and
fever while these troubles
usually accompany it. It
often affects the suffererwith
general lassitude, accom
panied by loss of appetite,
sleeplessness, a tired feeling
and a high fever, the per
son afflicted growing weak
er and weaker, loses flesh
day after day, until he be
comes a mere skeleton, a
shadow of his former self.
M.iljrin nnrt having laid its
hold upon the human frame, the
door of ihe system is thrown open
to nervous diseases. The body
weak and enfeebled absorbs no
nourishment, but subsisting upon
Itself, the digestive organa no
longer perform their functions j
the liver ner.otnes torpid, and other
nripns Oiling to do their routine
work. spdilybecome disordered,
and dissolution and death are apt
In addition to being a certain cure
for malaria and chills and fever,
Brown's Iron Bitters is highly
recommended for all diseases requir
ing a certain and efficient tonic; es
pecially indigestion, dyspepsia, inter
mittent fevers, want of appetite, loss
of strength, lack of energy, etc.
Enriches the blood, strengthens the
muscles, and gives new life to the
nerves. Acts like a charm on the
digestive organs. It is for sale by
all respectable dealers in medicinci,
price, Si per bottle
Be sure and get the genuine
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.
Take no other.
HUfl'Al. AID SOCIETY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIKE LVSUfi.
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized Julv 1 ttli, 1877, Under the Laws o
the mat', of Illinois. Copyrighted Julv
9, 11177, linler Act of Congress.
.IAS. 8. MetiAnRY President
J. H. ROIUNSON 1st Vice-President
M. l'HILl.irs and Vice-President
.1. A. UOLDHITNE Treasurer
W. 11 . M A REAN i " . .
.1 H I'KTHIK f Medical Advisers
THOMaA LKW'IS Secretary
KD. II, WHITE Assistant Becretajy
Win. F. VITC MF.lt. L.S. THOM AS,
W.C JOCKLYN, F. VINCENT,
WILL T. REDIIL'KN.
HOAUl Oil' MANAGERS:
J. A. Ooliletlno, ofdoldBtlue A Kasen water, whole
sale aud ret ol lrv i)0'l, ele. ; Jm, S. MeGahey,
lumber rtealur; Wn. F. I'lteliur, (rerjeral airentj
Albert Lewis, dealer in Hour mid uraiu; L. 8.
Thomas, bricklayer; .VLium Phillips, contractor
and builder; 11 A Chuiubley, grocer; Thoa.
Lewie, sei-retarv and nitorney-at law; W. H.
Marean, II .nuepiillile, physician; II Sander, of
Haialur A Son. irrocers; It, U llulrd. street super
visor; Kd II While, ass't sec. W. A O. M. A. So
ciety; J. W. Spier, lumber and s,w-mill; F, L.
Oernlu'in, barber; V, U Dietrich, cleric W.,Ht. L.
P. R. K ; M. Kobler. merchant tailor: Jeff M.
Clark, dealer In wall paper tad window shades; J.
E Knitllsh, contractor and builder; WiUT. Red
burn, of Alorso & Reilbiirn, cigar manufacturers;
F. Vincent, denier In Hunt aid cement; L A.
l'hoip", photoirriipher; W f. Jocelvn, dentist; 8
II. Taber, inru. Invveler; ,1. II . Rohiuson, J, P, and
notary public; J. S. Peine, nhvilclan; H. W.
llostwlik, insurance ai;ent: K. K. Jarboe, foreman
St.tjas mulns, and E K. Walhridt;e, lumber and
naw-mlll, of Cairo; II. Letghton, cashier Nat.
Hunk, Stuart. I wi; Rev. F. A. Wilkerson, Pryort
burg, Ky.; J.VV. Tarry, physician, Fulton, Ky.
1 1 1 i n i
NEW YORK STOIIE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN M'lIW CITY,
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EU fo CO..
Cor. Nineteenth tlresit) Cnirft Til