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DAILY CAIRO B'CLLE
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1882.
V.ayor N. B. Thiatlewnod.
Trfinror T J. Kurt h.
(.;) -t -!enTln. .1, Kolev.
i Nut- :!.r--Wn.. H.Oifliert.
Mnn'.d 1.. ill Meyern,
.U.i icy- VVi.Itum U.murtt kt.
HOiBIl Or AMKHKXX.
Cirnt .Yam Wm. McHdl. T. M . Kliohroui-h.
Suroo'l Wsrd-Jei-m lluiUln. U. N. Ilugbea,
Third S if l- II. !?', UlttKn, J ihli Wood.
Pn-irth Ward Charlua O. Putlur, Adoiph Swo
i)((i,t. Kir i - Ward -T. W. lUi'.lclav, Ernit B. Pflttlt.
Circuit JikIkk D. I. Uuln-r.
Circuit ClrkA. II lrvm.
( Hijiily .luftv"? It. H Yocum.
(.'utility rlcrti H. J. Hniiim
I'o Mity Attorney.!. M. Da.-nroit.
Comey TreaHimr-Mll" vV, I'arkcr.
MumIJ -.lulili lio'lci'U.
County Co-niUionf -T. W. Hnilld'y, '
GibliB mid Pelcr iaup. I
vUKOKAPrlir -C-r-f-tr Tv:, aui Poplar
Kj Hfvtf. tm'iicluiiu iir-t and third Sunday 1"
f in. mill, 11 i rn i.n.l T: I in ; priyer meet
ii. Tuurday, ; : p. n. ; Ssuday :fc..il, .m
He v. A. ,1. ilK.m. Palor.
i U L'JU'lI OK Til a KKIaK.'JHH -.(1cii1
y 1 oiir'.r.M.ih '.rn.i; hntifliy 7:on m., Holy
V 'i' hull ; ;wi.ni , Sun,l) .Lou, ; '1 IMatn.,
j!".-..!iit: Piryei; :"' (i. "' Kvraitij- Prayer. K
I' . I .i v, ii;u! t. M T. II. He' tor.
'H.r .VInlu.NAKY BAPTIST CUL'KCU.-
V I'r.n, Uii si lo a u... 5 p. m.. and 7:10 p. m
h!!i nchuitl at 7:30 i. iii H v. T. J. Shore,
I r , IIK1MN 'ItiiM.'Oii'u atit.et; rruel Sab
f t.Hih 1 : ) b in ; Sundsy acbuol i p. m. Rev.
tii i pi;, pu't r.
Mil I HoMnT - Cor. l.Tbll' ami Waimt street,
ft, 1,1 iijiikin 11 ii m. and 7 ::j0 p. m.
f ni! .s'l. iol hi 4:00 0. in. lie v. J . A. bcnrreU,
1 I'.YTEKIAS - lil.'htb at wot; pwachlBi; on
1 hIhis:i t Jl ;( a. tu. and 7:) p. m.; prayer
inr.'Mii'? W..-itirdr (it 7 ::i'J p. m.; Sunday Schwol
a! i p. a:, lk v B. V. '.ieoric, pMtor.
iv'l ,j(eril S tItomu fmhollcj Corner Cr..
O s .J,: At.I..ul lrrtu; ..Tvioen tShba'h 10:i.
j..; ':i..lay S:1kki at 2 p. m. : Veprt 1 p. m. ; .er
ne, oM-ry'daj at M a. m. Ue. U'lUra. I'ric.t.
C'l' l'.vracK'S-Knmsn f'mLolic) :orner Ninth
UHM m.-I WmIiIckioii avuuue; mirvlcei
Bath 8 ud 1 a.m.; Vuicr. a p. n..: laaay richool
t p. :n. rvk. every lay b in. Iter. Ma.ilcrsoii
k. U. TIME CARD AT L'AIEO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
TKcIVS llt:rl.r. Itti-.f iKRIVf .
Mu;; .3:05 a n I tVnll 4:'6 .m
ci.nuti:i,ju.li:l I a.m -Ll)rci 11 :l.la.m
tliij r..i' S:S" i' ln I AccimdalloB..4:15 p.m
MISS CKNTRAL K. K.
tM(l 4:15 a m vMall .. 5:rtp.m
tExprett 10:1 5 m tExprc-m lKWJa m
HT. L. C R. it . (Narrow (inane.)
ExpTi-M M:-a.m ,Rpri' 4:'Wp.m
Actom'dulloa. I:ip.m I Accoio'datolu li:05 p.m
8T.L . I.M AS. K. H.
Rxpri-c ll:Vlp.m I Kxir.; S:W p m
tAccom uauon. :30p.m tAccoiu'dallou 11:45 a.m
'A-ARASII. ST. LOUS A PACIFIC K'Y CO.
V nil A hi 4.41 .m I Mull Ex.... 9:ai p.m
Daily except Sandijr. t Illy.
MouiLKA ouion. r:
Mai: ..B:5 . rn. I Mnil S:M p. m.
xprui' 'iWi a, m. I Kxpn-M :iup. in.
J0I1X JOIISSOX CO'S
S A L 0 0 X.
Lnte KooIiIit'b, ou Eihth Street.
Ci'lf.irn.a Win.'f. Cliam of cvurv chulce brand
and Liquor ol all lud lway. on hand. Cuolom
QKOIWE II. LEACH, M. U.
Phv.-ician and Surgeon.
HpTll atlentlnn piild to the llonvopnthic treat
m, tlt of musical di.uac, aud diee of women
and chllflreii. , . mi,..
Oillce: on Uih nr-'ot.opponUe the Tout Oillce,
H. W. C. JOCFLYN,
I) E NT1S T .
OKl'K'R Klithth Htrect. twar Cnmi. orclal Avnn
Ti. K W. WIIITLOCK,
UrFii'n No. ln Commercial Avcuue, hitwocn
JtKlit.li and Nintli htrent
HAS. H. Fair & CO.
I'l-oiirlotors of Iron uml Mttolilne
Corimr Nluoth aud Wahlni;ton avenue,
ALL KINDS OP MACIIINR
WORK. HOILKIl WORK ANI)
IlLAl'KSM I'm INO PROMPTLY
ATTENDKI) TO AT KhASON r.l.K
Wp nlo havn a numlir of HKCONI) HAND
KNUINEi AND U01LKKS, for rale clicaf..
mm GRAIN AND HAY
UtoheRt Caah Price Paid for Wheat
Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruits, with
out coloring, poisonout oils, acids orartific
ial Essences. " Always uniform in strength,
without any 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, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo.,
atari ofLapella Vmut , Ilr. Prl'. (mm Baklag
f ud, m4 Dr. I'rlM't lalqu. feHuxM.
WE MAKE NO SECOND CRADE COOD6.
Xlie Cairo & Mound City
ElliA. B. SAFF0RDSS4
W. II. MOO HE, Master.
From ciplember 5'.h until farther notice will
make trip a. follow:
Leave Cairo at 7 :40 a, m., 11 '00 a.m. and 4:30
Leave. Mound Citv at 6 :30 a. m., l:;i;p. m. and
6:'io p. in.
Can btened lorexuarilosa any evening after
f tan Y BOAT
1AIRO CITY FERRY CO.
rURKE .bsSlU STATES.
On and after Monday. Julr 31. and until further
nolle. th') ferryboat I hree State will run a near
at poibUou t ie following time table:
M4TI. LXAVXS LI1VX
Foot Fourth at. Mln.onrl Land g. KentarJ-y Ld g.
':sn. m. 7:00 a.m. 7:30a. m.
H.-S0 " 9:0) " 9: HO "
in:! " 11 :w " 11:31 "
iiuop.m. i::wp. in. $M)p. in.
Leave Leave Leave
FootFourlh t. Kentucky Ld'g. Ml(0(irl Land'e.
4:00p.m. ::tp.m. :10 p.m.
Ou laM trip leaving Kenturkv I andinc at 4:30o'rloilc
i). in., the ban will go to Bird Point, makiui! con
nection with T. A St. L. paaonger train for Cairo.
Flmttrlp at :3J a. m leavin? Cairo, Will conueel
wltn l . x si. I,, train leaving Cairo.
TUB REGULAR CAIRO AND rADtTCAO
i- DAILY PACKET.
HENRY E. TAYLOR m Master
GEO. JOBES Clerk
Leave Padiicab for Cairo daliv (Snndayi cxcetit
cd) at 0 a.m. and Mound City at 1 p m. Return
lug, L.aven Cairo at 4 p, m, uonna. cuy at op. m
THE CITY NATIONAL BASK.
Of Cairo. Illinois.
71 OUIO LHYEII.
A General Banking: business
T1IOS. AV. HALLIDAY,
JNTKRPJIISB SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, r"
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOS. V. HALLIDAY,
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY IJY CIIAS. CUNNING
9:30 P. M. Bepu-mlior 16, mi
Scipleiuber. October. November.
UM P. M
W. F Lambdih, r:".r editor of t'ne Hhm.tih
and atrambo-it paen,'er a,":iit. Order for all
kitnl of teamho&t Job priuliug solicited. Oillce
a'. Pluutera Hotel, No. M Ohio levee.
MTAGE8 OK TUB K1VKII.
The river raarkcl liy tlio g'iu--o last
eveuinfjat this port, 15 tt-et 4 inclies and
Pittsl.urfr, Sept. 18-0 p. m Hivei 8 feet
Cincinnati, Sept. 18-0 p. in. Itivcr 15
feet 6 inches anil rising.
Louisville, Sept. 180 p. m. River 0
feet 0 inches ami stationary.
Nashville, Sept. 18-0 p.m. Kiver 5 feet
7 inches and rising.
St. Louis, Sept. 18-0 p. m. River 9 feet
7 inches ami fulling.
The Sto. Genevieve from St. Louis is due
here this evening for Memphis.
The City of Provindcnce is due from St.
Louis this evenini; for Vicksburg.
The Hudson discharged 3,000 sucks of
wheat here Sunday and left for St. Louis
at 10 a. in.
The Vicksburg from St. Louis passed
down yesterday morning at 11. Htr trip
was only moderate.
The J. II. Hillmaa from Nashville ar
rived here yesterday morning with a fair
trip, and departed on her return trip at 1
The Commonwealth from Vicksburg ar
rived here last evening at 7 with a moderate
trip. She departed at 8 p. m. for St.
The John B. Maude from Memphis ar
rived at 10 p. m. yesterday. She had no
freight but a good passenger trip, and de
parted at 11 a. m. for St. Louis.
The Fannie Tfttum arrived lu re from St.
Lou'j jesterd iy at 12. She had a splendid
trip and discharged over tl.OOO backs of
wheat here for theM. V T.Co.
The Gus Fowler had a fiuu trip of freight
and people yesterday, and is due again
this evening at 2 o'clock and will leave on
her return trip at 5 p. m. for Pudiicah.
The John S. Hopkins failed to come
through Sunday from Evansville. She dis
charged her trip at Pudiicah. The Gus
Fowler received over 100 tons from her.
We will have a largo bulletin hoard
placed in front of Bowers Bros' restauraut
this week which wo propose to note tlio ar
rival and departure of steamers at this port
The Will Kyle from New Orleans had
over 700 tons of freight ou hur arrival here
Sunday evening, also a largo barge iu tow.
Sho received 19 cabin passengers here and
left for Cincinnati at 0 p. in.
Capt. Jack Howe, pilot of the Junius 8.
Morgan, returned on the Fowler yesterday.
He went to Padueali to bury his wife who
had been a sufferer for years with con
sumption. She was a most estimable lady
and the sympathy of a host of friends is
extended dipt. Howe iu his irreparable 1o.,h.
The weather for tlio last few days lias
been unpardonablo hot and a fresh supply
of moHquitoes have mnde their Appearance.
We aro not acquainted with the brand,
but aro satisfied they are not meeting with
much favor by tho citizens ot Cairo, al
though their "impression is quite visible."
''Golden Medical Discovery"
has been used with signal success iu coti
sumotion of the lungs, consumptive ni".ht
sweats, spitting of blood, shortness of
breath, weak lungs, coughs, bronchitis,
and kindred affections of throat and client.
Sold by druggists.
'Men mutt work and woman woup,
So rum tho world away."
But they need not weep bo much if they
use Dr. Pierce's "Fayoritu Prescription,"
which cures all tho painful maladies
peculiar to women. Sold by druggists
The hugo. drastic, griping, sickening
pills aro fast being superseded by Dr.
Tierce's Purgative Pellets." Sold by
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous doblllty, and all wonkne
or genorativo organs, f 1, o for 15. .vl;
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 815 First Ave, N. Y. Bold in
uairo Dy uarciay xtros
A Sea Captain's Beveuge,
It bus often been said that there is no
despotism in the world rr. -ti:tl to that cx
civised by the enptuin of a vessel whoa
ut sea. This, of course, does not ap
ply to yachts, for those, nro not regiittor
eil vessels, hut sail under a lioensc, and
tho captain of such a craft could be dis
charged by the owner when in mid
oeeau if for any reiwon the owner found
fault with his iiianagemciil, But with
merchant vessels w hen onco out of port
tho authority of the captain is, by the
laws of every nation, htiprcine. It is
necessary that this should bo ho. A
ship when at sea represents ft uuinbcr
of different interests; those who own tho
vessel, those who own the cargo, those
that insuro tho hull and its contents,
and then last, but not least, are tho lives
of crew and possibly of passengers.
There must bo a responsible directing
head, armed with tho legal power to
enforce uny order ho may think neces
sary for the protection of these different
interests, and this authority could bo
lodged nowhere but with tho captain.
His judgment may be at fault, but if at
the end of a voyage, he can make oath
tfiat he considered what he did to be
necessary for the protection of the in
terests intrusted to his keeping, it is al
most impossible to punish him for his
mistakes. An example of this arbitrary
power was given some years ago by tho
captain of a merchant vessel sailing
from one of our Atlantic ports. The
ship was bound on n voyage to the west
coast of South America, and her owner
invited one or two of his friends to go
down the bay in her and return on the
jiilot boat. When outside, the weather
bceanio somewhat threatening, and tho
Tiilot boat was not immediately on hand,
riie captain had long cherished a
grudge against the owner and saw in
the situation an opportunity of reveng
ing himself. In spite of commands and
then of appeals made for tho owner, his
friends and tho pilot, ho put his vessel
upon her courso and sailed out to sea.
His involuntary pnssengers were, of
course, in a wretched state of mind,
coming, as they did, wholly unprepared
for a voyage around Capo Horn, and
well aware that their relatives and
friends would have doubts as to their
exisU-nee. This led the owner to re
sort to methods which led the captain
to construe to be. mutinous, and hence
ho had tho formerdaecd in confine
ment, while the entire party, with the
exception of the pilot, were treated very
much as if they had been common sail
ors, so far as their food supply was con
cerned. When the ship arrived at her
port of destination tho captain was in
stantly dismissed; but that was all tho
Eunishment that could bo visited upoo
Fish and shell-fish dinners aro being
carried to extremes.
Kight out of a dozen salads are ruin
ed by inferior olive oil.
. Vim :iu vent of frogs maketh. the epi
cure's hair stand ou end.
It is only the French cook who can
make the toughest steak lender.
There has been a considerable amount
of mushroom literature of late.
An authority saws tlio best way to eat
oranges at a table is with a spoon.
Spoony couples should bear this fact in
The caster is no longer a necessary
article of laMe furniture in fact, it is
dispensed with altogether ou many
handsomely-set tallies: its place is sup
plied by pretty jug-shaped bottles at
each end of the table, which is certain
ly it more convenient arrangement.
The same tables are provided with pret
ty aud quaint individual bottles at each
Cookery is an art for which peculiar
talent is necessary to bring forth good
results. A .serious error is to suppose
that the subject of w hat one eats and
drinks is unimportant, for the fact re
mains that sciM'cely one material con
sideration is of so lar reaching effect as
that of the kitchen. When one reflects
upon the dependence of the mind and
character upon the bodily condition,
aud how closely the latter is involved
in the material that supplies it, one can
not escape tho conviction that a good
cook is h public benefactor, and the ca
terer who feeds his fellow-creatures
wisely and well is greater than ho who
takes a u'ly.-Hiti I Mml.
A Few Words From tho Ilorso,
Don't beat our soro sides so hard and
so often, and we shall be stronger and
better servants to you. You know how
oppression only makes you set, up vour
hack, but you will do anything for a
kind master. Don't rido and drive us
about till wo are ready to drop, and our
wind is almost broken, and wo are reck
ing with heat and rough usage. Pray
let us have a little more water when wo
stand, weary and thirsty, with our poor
dry tongues, unable to ask for it. You
havo felt tho suffering of thirst. "Ami
for pity's sake," tho horse would say,
"loosen this torturing bearing-rein; wo
toss and shako our heads, or we try to
keep them still, and nothing gives us a
moment's ease. You, master, would
suffer severely if your head uero held
in such a position, and wo could do
more work and much better without it.
Please remember that we can always
hear your voice, nnd shall understand
what you want us to do so much moro
quickly If you speak to us quietly, than
if you roar at us. and drag our tender,
worn mouths about. Wo got so puzzled
and frightened when you are In a rage
with us, that wo only ilounder and
plunge, nnd iniiko you moro and moro
angry. Our last entreaty is, that when
wo get old and past our work, you will
not let our poor, wasted bodies stagger
along under some lond, when our lives
have been spout iu your service, but
that you will reward us by having us
Immediately put out of our pain.
m - a
Tho first Sunday law on record was
made by Constantino tho Great In the
first quarter of the fourth century, mid
ever sineo that timo Sunday has been
more or less fonllled aa a uon-socuhir
day in Christian couutrlos by civil leg
islation. , , .-... .
i ' ""-7 "" W.
Eome Bang-up Stories.
A Georgia negro, whilo fishing, fast
ened his lino to his leg for safety. He
was soon seen to go overboard, and
when his body and the fish were recov
ered it took tlie Coroner two days to
determine whether the negro drown
ed the fish or the fish drow ned the ne
gro. In Bayou Chicot, L:t., a full-grown
wild-cat' leaped upon Mrs. (irillith
Thompson, fastening his teeth in her
left arm. .Shi? grasped the savage beast
by the throat and held it until it was
choked to death, although it was biting
ami scratching her all the time.
A small red squirrel attempted to
jump from one tree to another as Wm.
Miles, of New Chester, Pa., drew on
him. The squirrel fell into the Brandy
wine. It hardly touched tho water
when several bass came to the surface,
und, pulling the squirrel under, drown
Silas Hutchinson, of Toe.ipsin Town
ship, Pa., relates as a fact that he saw
one of his cows come up suddenly out
of the Brandy wine, where she had gone
to cool, and as she ascended the river
bank a black bass ubout eightoen inch
es long hung to one of her teats. Find
ing itself -out of water it let go and wig
gled back into the stream.
A big pickerel, hooked by J. F. Win
tbron, of Hydetown, Pa., lay so quiet
that it was a query with him whether ho
bad a fish or u snag. After trying to
worry it without success a happy
thought struck him. Taking the hsh
line iu his teeth, he established teleplion
io communication, and yelling "Hello!"
ut the lop of his lungs, the fish darted
like a shot, and was so active that it was
with difficulty secured. It weighed tivo
A Wyoming man saw a Texas steer
standing on the railroad track, and
knowing that the express train was duo
tried to induce the beast to move. Sev
eral pieces of board thrown at the fero
cious monster failed to move it, until
at last, as the traiu rushed down the
track at lightning speed, he seized tho
steer by the tail and twisted it like a
wet towel. At this moment the train
struck them both and tho result was
stupendous. Tho steer was found two
days afterward browsing peacefully in
a corn field, with two driving wheels
hung on its horns. No trace of either
tho man or the engine has been heard
The bosscst snake story we ever heard
of has just come to light in Twiggs, as
follows: A few days since, while a cer
tain fanner was cleaning out his fence
corners, a hugo rattle-snake struck at
him, hut. missirg the intended victim,
sunk its poisonous fangs deep into tho
hoe-handle which tho man held in his
hands. In less time than it takes to
write it, the handle was swollen to such
an extent that it bursled the eye of the
hoe and Bplit into a thousand pieces.
With the aid of two crowbars and an
old army musket the snake was killed.
The farmer skinned it, nnd now uses tho
hide for a wallet, in which he carries
corn to his hogs. Tho "wallet" will
hold three peeks and two quarts of shell
ed corn. Surely Twiggs deserves tho
The selectmen of tho town of Wool
wich, Me., are trying to decide whether
they can erase from tho pauper record
of that town the name of Edward Leo
man, who was maintained by the town
from " '' t 1-"7. la 1848 Leemanleft
Woolwich una managed to accumulate
a fortune of $14,000 before he died last
year in Boston. His widow offers to
pay a considerablo 6um of money to
have the record of his pauperism blotted
A New Profession.
"I regard electrical engineering as
one especially suited for educated wo
men." says Sir. (irecr. "Now, I should
think this might be a matter of special
interest in Massachusetts, where it is
said you have lio.OOO more women than
men. There are, it is safe to say, 100,
(mhi too many lawyers and doctors and
teachers in thi "country. Kvery pro
fession is overcrow ded, and tho result is
mediocrity and a constant struggle
against the limit of conditions. Anew
profession is an incalculable public bono
lit. Kleclrieal engineering can bo learn
ed in ono-half tho time giveu to the
situ ly of law and medicine. Great for
tunes have already been made in its pur
suit. The enormous extension of the tel
egraph, the tclephone.the electric light,
itie I, as will be, tho electric railway,
cn ale - a great demand for skilled elec
tricians," "What is tho foundation required
educationally, to enable one to learn
"A good mathematical and scientific
education, such as tho scientific courso
of our universities confer."
"Another important demand also for
electrical power," continued Mr. Greer,
"is the distribution of power to manu
factories, shops, and all kinds of me
chanical work. There is no doubt that
in time such vast extension of works as
those of Sheffield, England, will distri
bute the entire power required from one
central electrical appliance. It may
even bo given to the workmen individu
ally at their cottages, and thus avoid
what lluskln calls tho "thundering dov
ils' of machinery and tho crowding of
men into these great factories." Bos
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D Stoves 33
S Tiuwaro. B
No I' his key!
Drown's Iron Bitters
is one of the very few tonic
medicines that arc not com
posed mostly of alcohol or
whiskey, thus becoming a
fruitfu! source of intemper
ance by promoting a desire
Brown's Iron Bititrs
is guaranteed to be a non
intoxicating stimulant, and
it will, in nearly every case,
take the place of all liquor,
and at the same time abso
lutely kill the desire for
whiskey and other intoxi
Rev. G. W. Rice, edit -r of
the American Christian Kc
virj.', says of lirown's Iron
Cin.,O..Nov. 16. iSSi.
Gents: The f x ! i't wast
ing o! vital lon e in business,,
pleasure, and viewns indul
gence of our peo;.lt', makes
your preparation a necessity ;
and if applied, will save him
iircds who resort to s'Umi.s
for temporary recuj (.1.1011.
Brown's Ikon Bitters
has been thoroughly tested
for dyspepsia, indigestion,
biliousness, weakness, debil
ity, overwork, rheumatism,
liver complaints, kidney
troubles, &c, and it never
fails to render speedy and
MUTUAL All) SOCIETY.
UREKAl EUREKA! I
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE IN8UB-
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
OriranhcdJulv Uth, 1877, Under the Laws 0
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted Jalv
, 1877, Under Act of Congress.
,IAS. 8. MelUnKY P-saldiM
.1. II. HOIUN80N - lat Vlc-Proldnt
M, PHILLIPS iud Vlce-1'roaldent
.1. A. UOLDSTINE .....Treaeuruf
W.H. MARK AN 1 ,, , . .
j II PKTII1K I Medical Adviaeta
THOMAS LRW13 ...Secretary
ED. U. WUITE .........Afalitant BttcrtiUJy
Win. F.PITCIIEIt. L.S.THOMAS,
W.CJOOKLYN, V. VINCKNT,
WILL T. REDliURN.
HOARD OK" MANAOKKSi
J. A. Goldatlnn, of QoMt!ne A Roaenwatftr, whole
aalu and ret ol dry itood, etc, ; Jaa. 8. MuQahur,
lumber dealer; Win. K. Pitcher, general areut;
Albert Lew!, dealer in flour aud grain; U t.
Tho m a, bricklayer; Moaei Phillip, contractor
and builder; II, A. Chuniblejr, grocer; Tho.
Lewi, aecretary and altoroey-at-lavr; W. H.
Marean, INitucpatblo tihjraiclan; II Sander, of
Sauder 4 Son. crocera; K. II. Ilalrd, llr-utt auper
vuor; Ed 11. White, aaa'l aec W. A O. M. A. So
ciety : J. W. Spier, lumber and i.iw-mlll; P. L,
(lernli-on, barber: K. 11. Dietrich, elerk W., St. L.
A P. it. R. ; M. Kolilot. merchant tailor: Jeff M.
Clark, dealer Iu wall pajior and window ahado; J.
K. KnKliah, contractor and builder ; WrtlT. Red
burn, of Moiao fe Redbnrn, cigar maftulactarera;
P. Vincent,, dealer tn Ilina and cement; L A.
l'helpa, photographer; W.O. Jorelyn, dentiat; 8.
11, 'labor, ml'K. Jewoleri J. II. Robluaon.J. P.aad
notary public; J. S. . Petri a, phaalclant U. W.
Uoatwlr.k, lnaurna-nlt K. K. Jarboo. foreman
Bt.Oaamatna, and B B. Walnrutge, lunitwr and
aaw-mtll, of Oalroj H. Lolghton. caahlar Mat.
BMl,8tUiJpwtH. . A. Wllkaral, Prws.
bug, Kf. J.W. Tarry, phjalsJaa, fulUw, Kj.