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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 29, 1882.
City Omcers. ,
Miiyof N, R. Thl'tlflwood.
Tree.urer T. J. Kertb.
C'ltrk Dentil. J. Kolcy.
i'(unnuior--Wm. B. Gilbert.
Mi.rual L. U. Meyer,
attorney William Uendrlck..
SOAUU or tU)IKM.
Klrat Whrd-Wiu.MclIalu.T. M . Klnibrough.
Socoud Ward-Jee Hiuklo, C. N. Uunbe..
Third Ward U. F, blake, John Wood.
Fourth Ward C'harle 0. Patler, Adoiph 8wo-
' Fifth Warrt-T. W. rUUIdav, Ernnt B. Pettlt.
Circuit J a due o. J.Dakrf.
Circuit Clerk A. II. Irvin.
County J udoK. S Vocuia.
County Cler H.J. Hum in.
County Attorney-.! M. Damron.
County Treawr-Mile. W. Parker.
Sheriff John Hodge.
Coroner K. KlliL'erala
County Corainiionor-T. W. HalUday, J. A.
Olbb. and i'eler Saup.
(1 UHO B UM'H P. Corner Tenth and Poplar
treet.; preaching nr.t and tsird Sunday. In
UK TuuMday. 7:. jflg
ItCHi'U OF TUB KKUBEMEK KiliCotal
U Fourteenth etreet; Sunday 7:00 a m., Uoly
Ku.-harUt; V :: a. m., Sunday ?hool ; M:00a.m..
Mornlnij l'rvr; h:iW p. ra., Kvenlng Prayer.. F.
I. Davenport, S. T. B. lectr.
I "llisT MISSION AKY BAPTIST CUTKCU
v l'na. Mnat U;. n... 3 p.m., end 7:30 p. m
labi.aMi ' Ih-I at T:9u p. m Rt. T. J. bhoru..
il 'l HKItAN -1 'blrloeuth .tnet; .erviie. Sab
4 h'U l :yi a. in ; Sunday .choolip.m. Her.
Kiinppe, paM ir.
METIKtlMST-Cot. KlgMi' nd Walnut trftn,
Pr-a biiii! Sabbath U:iW. m. and 7:30 p.m.
i-enday .V:aooi at a:oo p. m. Hoy. J. A. Scerrett,
IlKKSKYTKKIAN -Eighth .tret : preaching on
h:,l.inh at 11:00 a. m. and 7:3p. m.; prayer
ai.viiiii.' Widne.day at 7:;t')p. m.j Sunday Hcbuol
at 3 d m. Kv B. V. Oeoue, pactor.
ST JosKPH S Human Catholic) Corner t.'ro.f
and Wa'.nut utrwta; aervlce Sabbath 10:10 a.
a.; Sundav School at :i p. m.; Ve.per S p. m.; er
rue, everilny at 8 a. m. Kev. O'llara. Prle.t.
ST I'ATiMCK'H Hnmau Catholic) Corner Ninth
.'net and Washington avenue; .ervlce. Heb
OhiU Band Hi a.m.; Ve.per. 3 p. m.; Monday School
l p. ni. rvice. every day at 8 a. m. Kev. MiwUir.'U'li
R. R. TIME CARP AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
TK.IK. nai-AUT. tai ARRIVB.
Bxurj" 11 :1'"1 -w
t Artotu duHuD.il :l'i am
. 3:V0 p.m I Accomdatlon..4:15 p m
MIS CENTRAL R. R.
.... 4:S5.mtMall .. 5:mp.m
10:1 5a tn I Expref ........ U:Jm
L. '. K. K. (Narrtiw Gauge )
.. . lo:J5.m Kxprf 4:Mp.m
Accom'datlon. 1 p.m I Accum'datoln I2:0S p.m
ST. L . I. M A 8. R. K.
Expre 11 :Wp.m I Exprea J:W p m
fAccom oation. x:)p.ra I Accom'datlon 11:45 a.m
WAIUSH, ST. LOVH PACIFIC B'Y CO.
Mall A Ka .... 4:45 vm Mal) Ex.... :) p m
Daily except Sunday, t Daily.
MOBILE OHIO R. R:
Mall :"5. m. I Mail 8:50 p.m.
Bxpre.a . m. I Expre.i :Wp. m.
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R.R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
Expren. and Mall leave. Cairo, every day except
Snnilay. at I0:i5 a ni. Arriv.. 4:'p. ro.
Accommodation arrive, at li;U5 p. ra. and dc
part at l:JU p. u.
KOKGK II. LEACH, M. D.
lhv-ioiaii and Surjroori.
Special atlntlon paid to tbe llomcopit'lilc treat
tm nt ofvuriflcal dioae, and diafiandt of women
and (hlldron. , ,
offlce: On 14th aireet, opposite tho Pout Office,
R W. C. JOCb'LYN,
D 1 : NTIS T .
OFFICE -ElahtU Street, leaf Cntnr' re lal Aveing
R. E W. WHITLOCK,
ornm-No. 1W Commiirrial Avenue, hitwoen
Buhthand Ninth 8 1 root
nilRCITY NATIONAL HANK.
71 OUlO LKVKK.
A General Banking business
TJIOS. V. IIAIil-lDAV.
JMTKIU'RISE 8AVIN0 HANK.
Of Cairo, ".
KXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BASK.
TJIOS. V. IIAL.L.ID AY,'
u v r
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN" THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EK & CO.,
Cor, Nineteenth etreet) Pqiwa Til
Conimorclal Avenue f VvttHU 111
C O A. L
13 Stoves D
vo. 27 J) 8th St.
S ' S
S rrinware. S
lie Cairo & MouiulCity
A. B. SAFFORD
V. II. MOORE, Master.
From September 5th until further notice will
make trip a. follow.:
i.eave.a Cairo at t:su a. a., u;tw a. nt. ana :su
Leave. Mound Cltv at 8:30 a. m., 1:30 p. m. and
6::W p. m.
(4in b enifed for excursion, any evenlne after
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE 3sQfl STATES.
' n ail'l au:r .uuuu.' .
. ...i. th., rrrviwt rhrriri ii,nwtll rum near
j -h..- t.. r.ilw.ll an'ltlnHI filrthfr
a. portibleon Ue fallowing time table:
Mavx. Liana Liana
Foot Fourth at. Mlaionrl Land'R. Kentucky Ld g.
6:3.1a.m. 7:0fta.ra. 7:3na. m.
H-30 9:0i) " 9:W
lrt:) ll: " 11:3'" "
i:ip.m. U:3Up.m. 3:00, m.
Leave Leave Leave
Font Fourth ft. Kentucky Ld'tf. Mli.oarl Land g.
4:nup. m. 4:30 p. tn. o:W p. m.
On lait trlploavlng Kentuckvlandtngat 4:30o clock
p. tn., the boat will go to Bird. Polut, maWlns con
nection with T. St. L. paa-cnger train for Cairo.
Flr.t trip at 8:30 a. m. leaving Cairo. Will connect
with T. A St. L. train leaving Cairo.
MIE REGULAR CAIRO AND PADITAO
HENRY K. TAYLOR Muter
OEO. JORK8 Clerk
Loiivef Padurah for Cairo daliy (Sunday! except
ed) at 8 a.m. andMoun.l City all p ra. Hotnrn
tllit. Li'avmCalroat J p. ra. Mound. City at 5p. tu.
FLOUR- GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hlcheit Cuh Price Paid for Wheat.
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY 1IY CIIAS. CUNNING-
9:30 A- M. September 28, -8k2.
September. October. November.
$ J'Jl !U
t ' tin n
:3) P. M. Closing.
58 59 ,
I .'0 Hi'i
V7. F. Lambdin. river editor or Cat Hui.i.Tm
and .leamboat pa.enijer atnt. Order, for all
kinds of steamboat job printing solicited. Office
at Planter. Hotel, No. 54 Ohio levee.
STAGES OK TUB KIVKK.
The river marked liy t!ie gauge last
evening at tliis port, 11 Ret 5 inches ami
Pittsburg, Sept. 28 -0 p. m River fi feet
6 inches and rising.
Cincinnati, Sept. 23-0 p. in. Kiver 12
Louisville, Sept. 23 G p. in. River C
feet 6 inches and falling.
Nashville, Sept. 28-0 p.m. River 2 feet
5 inches and falling.
St. Louis, Sept. 28 G p. in. River 7 feet
0 inches and falling.
The John Dippold left ior New Orleans
The Andy Bauni is due hero to-morrow
evening for Memphis.
The Centennial leaves St. Louis this
evening for New Orleans.
The City of Cairo for Vicksburg is due
from St. Louis this morning.
The "Elite of Cairo" had a grand time
last night at the Hallidiy House.
The E. M. Norton was hard aground just
.belowGrand Tower when the Bull Memphis
Tho Fannie Tatum will lnave hfrp fur
St. Louis to-morrow evening. She comes
off the ways at Mound City to-day.
Tho Bella Memphis for Vicksburg passed
down hst night. She was detained on ac
count of tho low stages of tho water.
The W. P. Halliday from St. Louis will
report here this morning for New Orleans,
but will remain several hours receiving
The Ohio and Mississippi are on the
"tumble," and only a few more days dry
weather will produce a full line of light
Tho Hudson from St. L;uis will report
here early this morning for Pachicah and
Shawneetown. She has a largo lot of wheat
to discharge here.
The small boys were out in full force last
evening to greet Cooper and Jackson's cir.
cus "some littlo small alick;" said it was
Forepaugh's side show.
The Silas P. Coe from Huntington ar
rived yesterday morning at 3 o'clock, dis
charged seven tons of iron for C. R. Wood
ward of this city; also a lot resbipping
freight. She left for St. Louis at 4 a. m.
It would have amused you to have seen
Joe Able enjoying tho "sido show" yester
day, he had a grin on his countenance equal
to tho little juvenile, who has bee u antic
ipating Forepaugh's great circus, for the
last two weeks.
The Hudson will bo hero on her return
trip for St. Louis to-morrow evening and
will tnko passengers to the Great Veiled
Prophet Exhibition at low rates. The
greatest timo ever knowu in St. Louis will
bo experienced by those who may attend.
Billy Smith one of tho engineers on the
Johu Dippold received a painful scald yes
terday evening on his right hand, whilo
testing the gaugo of tho uigger boiler. Tho
flesh was torn from the knuckle joint to the
finger nails and tho bono laid perfectly
bare, ho was takeu to tho hospital for treat
ment. Capt. J. I). Iloglur of tho Guiding Star
Informed by telegram, Capt. Wright,
freight agent ot tho Big 0. Lino, that his
boat would arrive hero to-dny on her way to
Cincinnati. Sho ia tho finest steamer Ciat
goes up tho Ohio and atrip on her will
be a treat to any who may bo so fortunato
as to travol on hor. See W. F. Lambdin,
passenger agent and got your tickets.
Greatest Discovery Since 1192.
For coughs, colds, sore throat, bronchitis,
laryngitis and consumption in its early
stages, nothing equals Dr. Pierce's "Golden
Modical Discovery." It is also a great
blood-puriflor and Bttongth.rostorer or
tonic, and for liver complaint and costivo
condition! of tho bowels it has uo equal.
Sold by druggists.
A Coney Island Mystery Explained
It Is not tho climate that nukes in
toxication from lager Impossible. It is
not tho lagor, either, its the way of
serving it. A Conoy Island ghis of
boer Is a teaspoonful blown up into a
half pint by gas. A glass of it would
probably float away like a balloon if tho
top of it was covered up. Tho sensa
tion of drinking a glassful is something
between a broken dream and a mouth
ful of fog. Tho sustenance one obtains
from it is got from tho calm assurance
of tho bartender, who meets your eyo
unflinchingly. But for this a man
might feel swindled. I asked a man
who sells moro lager than any ono elso
there how his men managed to get so
littlo in tho glasses.
Til tell you," said ho. "I buy onlv
quarter-barrels, and I tell my bartend
ers that if they don't make tho price of
a barrel on each quarter they cannot
work for me. A barrel costs $8. A
quarter holds ninecity glasses, or $5.40,
but they must pieco each ono out into
160 glasses tr quit work."
"Why, that would be over half a
glassful" said I, "and I never got half
a glass yet."
"Of course not," said tho boer seller,
"because the men ain't honest. They
know that they can keep every cent
over $8 that they take in on a quarter
barrel, and that I won't complain; so
the rascals knock down a couple of dol
lars or so ou the quarter-barrel by draw
ing 200 or even a greater number of
glasses. Of course I think that's an
outrage, but it's tho rulo down here,
and as long as I get my $8 I don't say
anything." San Francisco Chronicle.
Arabi Bey Once Basiinarlood.
It is said that Ismail.one of the Egypt
ian ex-Khedives, when unable to en
dure tho domineering manner of hi.
subordinate, Arabi Bey. ordered him to
receive the bastinado. Two hundred
blows wcro well laid on. Arabi did not
walk for three months.
A Baby Goes Coasting.
Two little girls had a li' ht on Hunt
Ingdon street Sunday aft"niooii for tho
possession of the handle of a baby car
riage which contained l heir brother,
tucked and strapped in. While tho row
was in progress the cnrriiige slipped
away from both of them and darted
down the hill with a velocity lhat threat
ened a broken head, neck or limbs of
the unconscious inmate. The littlogirls
yelled in chorus, and a half a dozen men
and women rushed to the rescue, but
the wagon Hew with'its momentum in
creasing every instant, until nt last it
struck against tho root of a tree, bound
ed into the air, the spokes (lying from
tho wheels, and then turned twice over,
baby and all. When they picked the
little shaver up Im was crow ing wit h de
light and wanted them" to do it again,
but when the mother could speak she
guessed she wouldn't. The return home
w;th the wreck nt thv carriage, tho rcs-
ctie baby, and the two architects of
the business could be nicely illustrated
with the aid of a Puck artist, but 'tis
away beyond the province of a pen pic
ture to portray. Xciv London Day.
A Gradual Fall.
A colored man was leading a tame
fox around the market by a chain the
other day in the endeavor to lind a
purchaser, and a gentleman a finally ask
ed: "What is tho animal good for, any
way?" "Jist as good as an elephant," was
the reply, "lie's good fur poople to
"What do you ask for him?"
"Fifty dollars! Why, who ever heard
of such a price!"
The man was moving away when the
fox-owner called to him:
"Doau1 vou want him?"
"Wall, doan't git skeared'eauso I said
fifty dollars. I sot dat tigger so us to
gin ye a chance to beat mo down to ten
shillings, an' den if you hung on I was
gwine to drap to seVeuty-livo cents an'
frow in do chain."
What Happened After He Got Shaved.
A St. Louis woman, says the HrmMi
can, waked the other night, and puttiim
out her band touched the smooth face oj
an unknown man. She jumped out ol
bed and screamed for help. Her broth
er, who slept in tho next room, entered,
and, not finding any inatehe.t, seized tho
intruder by tho hair of the head, pum
melled him soundly, dragged him into
the middle of the room, thumped him,
kicked him, and threw him out of tlit!
window into the back yard below. The
neighbors, aroused by tho noise, came
in, and a light was procured. Attention
was directed to the miserable object who
lay groaning m tho yard. As the ex
citement slowly subsided, and cool rea
son began to reign, a thought suddenly
struck tho wife that made her turn pafe
with horror. "Why, it can't be-ves,
it is John! He has been to the barber's!"
It was true, he had. lie was her hus
band, and on his way home late in the
evening feeling his long and heavy
beard oppressive in tho heat, he had it
shorn. His wife was asleep when ho
crawled into bed, and he soon fell in to a
comfortable nap, from which ho was
A Littlo Surprise.
Tho stage of a Western theater took
lire tho other evening, but a pauie and
rush for tho door was averted by the
manager, 'who, with great presence ol
tuind, slipped to tho front and said:
"Ladies and gentlemen, we have pre
pared a Utile surprise for you. An im
mense kettle of whisky punch is now
being heated, and in a few moments'
waiters will pass through the hall and
distribute It. After that the audience
had to be pulled out ouu by one.
A silver tubn passing through tho ribs
and into tho lungs of Air. Alex. Barnes,
of Reno, Nev., permits that gonllonion
to live, ulthoiigli 8ull'crlng from lncur
How Michigan Central Brakemen Brag,
Our ear was the last one on tho train,
and as I sat there among tho rod lights
I half closed my eyes and drifted back
to tho drug-store where 1 had been
wont to sit in the still watches of tho
night and wait for a State street carv
The red lights wero there, and the il
lustration would have been perfect had
I any drug-store odor to band around
me. Whilo I sat there a loquacious
brakeman came out to keep mo com
pany, lie talked principally of the ex
cursionists that had been going over the
road (the Michigan Central) in largo
numbers, and said that "some went on
13, another lot went on extra 18, more
on 2-, and others wero expected to go
on 2(i in the morning." He rattled off
these numbers as glibly and in such a
loud tone of voice that a Chicago drum
mer in the front part of the car thought
there was a keno game going on and
camo back to investigate, whilo tho col
ored porter carefully jotted down the
numbers and said he would play them
as a "gig" tho first time he encountered
a policy shop. To change the subject, I
spoke of the length of tho train, there
being twenty cars on, but my friend, tho
brakeman, said that was nothing.
"Last fall," ho said, "they sent out a
train so long that when the last ear was
in Michigan City tho people in the
smoking ear were' eating breakfast in
Ann Arbor." I believe tho brakeman
was endeavoring to give me ijlueosn,
and I declined to accept his statement
us the truth, although not openly. The
train Mopped, the hrakernan'got off to
swing his lantern, and I improved tho
opportunity to escape to my berth.
A Rorinable Request,
He had never told his love, their ac
quaintanct! had been a very short ono,
and when .suddenly he had placed her
arms about his neck and imprinted a
kiss upon her rosebud mouth, she was
"Sir,'' she said, "this ia insuffera
ble." "Forgive me," he cried. "I was mail
to act thus. I beseech you, pardou
"No, I can never forgive you, never.
You have forfeited my friendship. You
must leave mo at once and forever."
Vainly ho plead; sho was obdurate.
So glaring an offense could not he con
doned. And so he said lie would go. His
whole life would bo enibittereC for he
felt that her image could never bo ef
faced from his heart.
"I will go." ho said, sadty, "but be
fore I go there is ono boon that I would
a.sk. 1 feel that I am not unreasonable
in desiring and expecting that vou will
grant this one little final favor. rt
"What 13 it?" she askod, gently,
touched by his emotion.
"Won't you please take yoir arm
from around my neck?" Vincinnati
Times Have Changed.
"I'm no hand to complain," ho was
saying to a friend in tho corridor of the
postollice, "but it makes me feel bad to
have a man doubt my financial stand
ing." "Has any ono doubted it?"
"Well, not in so many words, per
haps, hut I can sen a great, change in
human i'i'mw, Three or four years
ago 1 1 1...... miy a trunk for a dollar, ar
rive at a hotel in a $tiO() hack, and live
on the fat of the land for three weeks
before I had to skip. Alas! how times
have changed. Nothing less than an
$8 trunk will secure a room, and you
can never tell when the clerk will ask
you to break a ..r0 bill in order to sizo
your pile. It makes me feel degraded
to have a man doubt nut, and 1 some
times think I might just as well pay my
bill with a bogus cheek as to slip out
tho back w ay and leave mv empty
trunk to sipiaro tho account.'' Rati
The Boundaries of God's Love.
As wo cannot take up a drop of watei
froui the Atlantic and find in that drop
tho How of the tides, tho lifting up ol
tho billows, the power that floats all the
shins of a thousand ports, and the soft
ami loud music of a calm and storm;
as to see the ocean, wo must grasp in
all its rock bed bordered by the conti
nents, so we cannot in tho face of a
dying infant, or the adversity of a good
loan, see tho government of tho love of
God. It has boundaries wider than
these. We must wait, anil what tho
Heeling moments of man deny, ask tho
great years of (mil to bring. Ine Hues
of tlio'inhitl, the deep music of human
waters, cannot bo seen in tho drop of
Yoi!N(i,middle aged, or old men, suffer
ing from nervous debility or kindred affec
tions, should address, with two stamps, fur
large treiiti.se, World's Dispensary Medi
cal Association, Bullalo, N. Y.
MM. ' !
Commercial Avenue and Eighth' Street
F. IlltOMS, PrfKiiUmt. I P. N KIT, Vlco Prua'nt
LI. WICI.I.S, CKlil'r. T. J. Kerth, AfVtcMh
F, IlriiK. - Ca'ro I William KIhlh. .Cairo
Pu'orNoft.... William Wolf.
" 10. O. radar
K.A.Uudor " I H. Well.
J. Y. Clomfnn, Caludonla.
A (IKJSEK-VLBANKINQ UUSINSSS DON R.
Bxchtnga xold and bought. Intarwt pM ti
the Having. Dr-partment. Collootloua mad and
all bu.lneM promptly atttndad to.
A great many people are asking
what particular troubles Brown's
Iron Bitters is good for.
It will cure Heart Disease, Paral
ysis, Dropsy, Kidney Disease, Con
sumption, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, and all similar diseases.
Its wonderful curative power is
simply because it purifies and en
riches the blood, thus beginning at
the foundation, and by building up
the system, drives out all disease.
A Lady Cured of Rheumatism.
miti'more, AM., May j, 1880.
My health was much shatlered by
Rheumatism when I commenced
taking Drown'. Iron Bitten, and I
carcely had .trength enough to at
tend to my daily household dm in.
1 am now using the third bottle and I
am regaining strength daily, and I
cheerfully recommend it to all,
I cannot ty too much in praise
of it. Mrs. Maky K. Rhashitau,
Kidney Disease Cured.
Christiansburg, V., ifiBi.
Suffering from kidney disease,
from which I could get no relief, I
tried lirown'a Iron itinera, winch
cured me completely. A child of
mine, recovering from scarlet fever,
had no appetite and did not seem tu
be able to eat at all. 1 gave him Iron
Bitters with the happiest results.
J. Kvli Montam;.
Vine St., Ilarrisburg, Pa.
After trying different physician,
and many remedie. for palpitation
of the heart without receiving any
benefit, I was advised totry lirown'.
Iron Bitters. I have used two bot
tles and never found anything that
gave me to much relief.
Mrs, Junnie Hkss,
For the peculiar troubles to which
ladies are subject, Brown's Iron
Litters is invaluable. Try it.
Be sure and get the Genuine.
MUTUAL AM) SOCIETY.
UREKA! EUREKA !1
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR-
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organlwd Julv l ltu, 1877, Under the Law o
tbe State of Illinots. Copyrighted July
9, 1877, Uittler Act of Congress.
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THOMAS I.P.WI8 ,
Kit. II. WIIITK
K X H3C U r I V JO CO M M ITT K K .
Wm F.pnvnK.u, I,. 8. THOMAS,
W. O.JOCKLYN, K. VINCKNT,
WILL T. UEDllt'KN.
HO A 11 D OrMANAOICttBi
J. A. Oold.tlmi, of OolilKlIno Ito.unwator. whole
.alu and rvt'itl tlrv good, ulr. ; Jan. N. Mi'deliey,
lumluir ttualur; wm. F. I'ltchur, gunvral airvnt;
Allmrt Lovvla, dmilnr in Hour and grain j L. S.
Thome., bricklayer; Mu.ua Phillip, contractor
and bulldur; II. A. I'buinhliiy, grocvr; Tho.
I. tiwla, irrmtary and attornuy-at law; W, H.
Maruau, ll.inmpathlo phy.iclan; U. Sandur, of
Hacdnr A Hon. grocrrai K, 11. llalrd, .Irei't .tiprr
visor; Kd It White, aa.'t ai'O. W. & O. M. A. Ho
cloty; J. V. Spli-r, Inmlmr and taw-tnlll; F. L.
(Ivrnlgon, barhur: F,. It. Isii'trlih. chirk W., St. L.
AP.K.U.; M. Kohiur. mxrehant tailor: Jeff M.
Clark, tlt'alor lu wall paper and window .bade.; J.
K. Kngllah, contractor and builder; WiUT. lUd
burn.of Moras rtodhurn, cigar tuanufricturvraj
F.Vincent, dueler to Mini) and commit; L A.
Phelpa, photographer; W. 0. Jonclvn, dentin; S
II. Tabur, mfg. Jeweler: J. It. Kohlnion, J. P. an 4
notary public; J, 8. Petri, phy.iclan; H. W.
P.o.1 wick, In.urauce agent: K, K. Jarboo. foreman
ttt.Ga main, and B K. Walbndgo, lumbar and
aw-mlll, of Cairo; II. Ulghton, cnahl.r Nat.
Bank, Stuart. Iowa; Bar. T. A. Wlllroraoa, Pnrorf
bunt, Kf.l J.W. Tarry, phyatclM.Paltoa, Kf