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THE DAILY CAIRO ' B CJLLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1, 1882.
Mayor N.B. Thintlewood.
Tretmurur T. J. Kerth.
Clerk Dentil. J, Kolny.
Counselor--Wm. B. Gilbert.
Marebul L. 11, Muyera,
Attorney William llendrlcka.
BOAHIJ or A.UJIKIII1I.
Klrnt Ward-Wm.Mcllale.T. M. Klmbrough.
Second Ward-JuMu Hiukle, C. N. Hughes.
Third Ward-H. K, Hlake, John Wood.
Fourth Ward Cbarloa O. Patter, Adotn Swr
U Filth Ward-T. W. HaMday, Ernest B. Pettlt.
Circuit J ildgo I). J. Ib.ker.
Circuit Clerk A. 11. Irvln.
County Jndgu II. ri Yoouio.
County Clem H. J. Jin mm.
County Attoruuy J. M, Dair.ron.
County Troimur.r-Milea W. Farkur.
Slietltl John Hodgua.
Corouer It. Klt.geralU
County Coramlilonr-T. V. UalUday,
Ulhlia aud I'eter raup.
CM lHOH KM.
("l MKO inl'THT. t'urnor Tenth and Poplar
sirutu; prchlu llrt and third Sundays In
eacumouui.il a m. and 7: HI m.: prayer meet
in, I'LuMay, 7 p. . l rm
tlUItOlI OF '11 J K KBUBEM KR (KHltcoptl)
Fourteenth rireet; Sunday 7:0Ua in., Holy
Eui-hnrlut; v.W a m , Sunday a' hool ; UoOa.in.,
Morulni! l'rayers; i. m., Kvoulng Prayer, r
p Davonport, H. T. H. Hector.
i'IUST MISSIONARY 1IAPTIST CHUKCH.
V l r. nr,!nct Id : a. u... 8 p. m., and 7:) p. m.
Ntmath school at 7: JO p. ru Hev. T. J. haorea,
11 l II t.itAN Thirteenth meet; erYicl 8ab
. I. ml. I::ki a. ni.; Sunday school 2 p. m. ReT.
Klmpptf. pait Jr.
MKTIIOItltiT t'nr. Kliitit b and Walnut streets,
I'narhlmr Sabbath U:oOa. m. and 7 :'W p.m.
M,.icly M-huul at p. m. He v . J. A. hc.rrett,
lllrl'.YTKIUAN -Klghth meet; preaching on
1 s,l,Uh at 11:UU a. in. and 7:' p. m.; prayer
ii uni: vYnlnradav at 7 :H p. nv; Sunday 8chol
t :i p. m. Iter 11. V. Oeor.ce. pastor.
l-'I . JuSKl'll b--Homan Catholic) Corner Cross
J nt.'l Walnut litrvft ; nervlos Sabbath 10:!Va.
n.1 Snudav nrhool at p. m.; Vesfera 3p. m..; Bar
rier eery'dy at tt a. in. Hev. O'llara. l'rlest.
S'l I'A I'Kli 'K K--(Kmuan Catholic) Corner Ninth
etreet and Washington avenue; serrtcos Sab
oath a and in a. in.; Vespers 8 p.m.; Monday School
t p. in. services every di at a. ra. Ktt. Miitersou
K.H. TIME CAKD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CKNTUALK. It.
THUM lKrHT. TUAN ABRIVI.
Mail .:oja.m I Mall a.m
tAccont ilauou.lltloa.m Kvn:n 11:10 a. tn
tExprec 3:50 P m Accoindatloii.. :15 p.m
MISS CBNTKAL It. K.
tMall 4:M a.m I tMall .... .. 5:fip. m
Elpre 10:15a m I tEipreM 11:J m
ST. L, 4 0. It R. (Narrow Gange )
Kipres W:-JS a.m I Enirc 4:35 p.m
Accom'datton. 1 :i p.ra 1 AccouTdaulnl:!:05 p.m
HT.L ., 1. M. A 8. R. K.
Kipre.s ll::p in ItKxpress ..- 8:5" p n
tAccom aauon. ::iOp.m tAccom'datlon 11:45 a.m
WAHASU. ST. LOUS PACIFIC K'Y CO.
Mall K.... 4:4S.mMall A Es.... :3u p.m
Dally except Sunday, t Dally.
MOBILE OHIO H. R;
AM, m. I Mail....
. .R :50 p. ni.
.fi:0i a. m. Exprui
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO 11 R.
TRAINS KCS AS FOLLOWS.
Kxprenaanrt Vtlllfave. Cairo, every day except
Sunday, at lo:i'i a. m. Arriv.. 4:35 p. tn.
Accommodation arrive, at 11:04 p. ra. and de
part at 1 :J p. in.
KOUGE II. LEACH. M. I).
I'hvsiciaii rvnd Surgeon.
Spuclal iiUhiiIIoii paid lo the HotneopV.hlc treat
mi nt of mmical dl.ea'e., aud di('e of women
and rhlldrvu. , t nM
DllUe: on Hill trct, oppoi'llo thel'onOmce,
jQU. W. C. JOCb'LYN,
v I) II N T 1ST. .
OKFK'K-ltlirlilh Street, m-ar I'limr, e rrtit! Avennu
U. B W. WHITLOCK,
orrifi No. W Comraoro.lal Avenue, betweon
Knuthand Ninth Streeu
1HK CITY NATIONAL HANK.
Oi' Culm. Illinois.
71 OUIO LEVEE,
A (Joneral Banklnjr business
'I'lIOtf. AV. IIALlilUAY'.
KTKKl'IUUK 8AV1N0 HANK.
Of Cairo, .
KXCLUSIVKLYA SAVINGS HANK.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK OIXY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1ER & CO..
Cor, Nineteenth street I p Til
Commercial Avennttf UtlirU ill
C O A. la
D Stoves D
No. 27 D 8th St.
S ' Tinware. S
The Cairo & Mound City
A. B. SAFFORD a
W. II. MOORE, Master.
Prom cptembr Mh until further notice will
make trip. a. follown:
Leave.. Cairo at 7:30a. ra., 11:00 a. m. and 4:30
Leave. Mound Cltv at 8:30 a. ra.. 1: p. m. and
6:3 p. m.
Can t4 enieged for excursion, any evening after
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and arter Mondav. July 21. and until further
untie, the ferryboat Three Staton will run a. near
an pot9ib!eon tue following lime table:
MiVIl LI1TX. LIATM
Foot Fourth it. MlMonrl Land'g. Kentacky Ld g,
fl:Sfla. m. 7:01 a.m. 7:30 a. m.
H'30 " 9:00 ' : "
Hi::n " ll:oo 11:30
i:iip. m. i:)p. m. 3:UI. m.
Leave Leave Leave
Fool Fourth it. Kentucky Ld'. Mle.oorl Land g.
4:ou p. m. 4:3i p. m. 8:10 P- m.
p. Ul. llie IMIIll Will KU IU DUMB tfiun .u..
tiectlon with T. & St . L. paeni?or train for Cairo.
First trip at :M a. m. lcavtun Cairo. Will connect
with T. A St. L. train leaving Cairo.
THE REGULAR CAIRO AND PADlCAl
urn tt n "n A T T T? D w
Hiiiuo run utjii.
HENRY E. TAYLOR Mauler
(4KO. J0BES Clerk
Leave. Paducah for Cairo daily (Sunday, except
ed) at 8 a.m. and Mound City all P m, Rettiru
luU, Leaves Cairo at! p. ra. Mound. City at 5 p. m.
FLOUJK GRAIN AND HAY
HUhegtCwh Price Paid for Wheat,
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY IlY CIIA3. CUNNING
0:30 A. jr,October 3, .882.
Pork $ $ 40
Corn (il !,
8:3) P. M. CIohIuk.
What She Would Do.
They were sitting on a log near the
"Anu you lovo mn?" he said.
"Gun you"ask it?" kIio answered.
"I like to hear you say tlio sweet
words over aud over again," ho gurg
led. "Then I do lovo you and lovo you,"
"And I must leave you to-morrow."
"Don't say it, dear heart, don't say
"And what will my darling do when
I am far away? What will she do in
theite lonely evening hours without
"Ahem!" said an old bachelor, get
ting up from the druk end of the log,
and starling oil' to the hotel. "I'll toll
3-ou whnt she'll do in these lonely hours
without you; she'll be sitting right out
here on this same log with another
mash, making as big a fool of it as you
are." Then be went out into the dark
ness. WIT AND HUMOR.
Reduced fare Inmates of tlio Old
An Albany typo-setter is training a
quartette of "tlies to put the periods in
Any kind of cookery in tlio world, no
matter how execrable, is preferable to a
"If sawdust advances," says the
Whitehall Titins, "ballet girls will have
to kill the fatted ealf."
Whether the T.ritish can or cannot
whip Arabi, they can make him look
dreadful sick by telegraph.
"A prudent man," says a witty
Frenchman, "is like a pin. His head
prevents him from going too far."
A regiment with a military band in
front should always march by play
tunes. It was Artemus Ward who said there
ncio Uilij-s in tins WorlU liumnij
was ever prepared for twins.
On week davs one buys his music by
tho sheet; but on Sundays he gets it by
Says a cynical young lady: "Very
handsome mothers are often proud of
their ucly babies. I wonder if butter
flies are proud of their caterpillars."
What is the difference between an In
dian and an agriculturist? Tho one
carries a bow and arrow, while the
other carries a hoo and barrow.
"John, did Mrs. Green get the medi
cine I ordered?" said a doctor to ids
hired man. "I guess so, for I saw crape
on the door this morning."
"Whistling," says the Phrenological
Journal, "is good for tlio lungs." So is
blowing a tin horn; but it is a great and
"Amateur Gardener" wants to know
tho easiest way to make a hot-houso.
Leave a box of matches where the baby
can play with them.
A liultimoro belle- has married a
policeman. His beat was in front of her
house for over a year, and sho noticed
that ho never snored.
Red Cloud is one. of tho kind without
a silver lining. Like all his race, a
copper lining would suit him best, as it
would fortify him for a timo against tho
corrosive action of government whisky.
New Parlor maid: "Hero's a letter,
ma'am, if you please." New mistress:
"l'rav, Mary, are you not accustomed
to see letters handed on a tray?" "Yes,
ma'am. Hut I didn't know you was."
"Hoes it afl'ect ono unpleasantly or
injuriously," writes a high-school girl,
"to sleep in tho moonlight?" Curies,
Eirlio; it makes you light-headed. Oib
ous a hard one.
A correspondent wants to know "how
wepronounco 'Ilas-el-Tin'?" We don't
pronounce it at all; wo only write it.
Do you suppose we read tho papers to
"Faith," ho wrote home, "America is
the friend of the Oirisli. Uedad, they
think so much of the Oirisli byes and
gurrls thatthoy name their Slates by
them. There's O'Hier, und O'Kegou
and Mrs. O'Ro."
Mr. Middlerib camo down at 4:15 to
take tho express East, and learned that
his train had pulled out just a quarter
of an hour prior to his arrival. Tho
traveler turned away sadly, "Not lost,"
ho said, "but gone by four."
"I don't ask any man's advice," said
tho man with tho big bump of self-esteem.
"I do my own thinking." "Yes,"
murmured Fogg, "I should think you
might, and uot uo greatly overworked,
It Is announcod that sclenco has pro
duced a now Hilkworm, superior to tho
old brand. If tho now worm will pro
duct! a silk that costs no more than cali
co it will fill a loug-folt want. A'orm
A New York man says ho keeps
chops and steaks for several days in the
hottest weather by burying them in
meal. Meal is a good thing iu any
weather for steaks and chops. We
more particularly refer Just now to tho
Tho ruling passion strong in death:
"John," feebly moaned a society lady,
who was about shuttling off this mortal
coil; "John, if the newspapers say any
thiug about my debut into another
world, just send mo a dozen marked
"I met a lovely woman from Rome,
Ga., yesterday, and sho said: Tvo
been at summer resorts for a month,
and all I want now is to bo in my back
porch at home in a loose wrapper and
my face buried in a Georgia water
melon.' "Atbinlu Constitution.
Tolo Is a game played by thin-legged
young meu who smoke cigarettes,
f hey ride sawed-off horses and try to
knock a wooden ball across n lot. Ben
jamin Franklin, George Washington,
and several other men whose memories
are held in high esteem never played
polo. Detroit Free i'ress.
Arabi liey to his Adjutant before re
tiring for the night: "You havo re
ceived the re torts from the dilVerent
commands?" Adjutant"! have." Ar
abi "Our soldiers are securely tied,
hand and fool?" Adjutant "They
are." Arabi-"Ma.sh Allah! I shall
then havo an army to fight with in the
Society lifo in Des Moines, Iowa: "A
young couple in tlio gallery of tho opera
house last night were so overcome by
the beautiful forms on the stage that
they sank into each other's anus with a
kiss and a hug. The young man wore
an immense wide-brimmed hat, which
the young lady worked vigorously as a
fan to keep him cool. A rural rooster
who saw tho performance yelped with
"l'a, what is a pessimist, and what is
an optimist?" "A pessimist, my son, is
one who takes the (surplus kittens, just
after they are born, and chloroforms
them. Tho optimist is ono who lets ibo
kittens grow up, to live a wretched,
starving life; to be tortured continually
by boys and other thoughtless animals,
and to bo linally killed with brickbats
and left to rot oh tho streets."
"Father, if mother should sit in a
chair and you should want it, you would
sav, 'Get up dear.1 wouldn't vou?"
"Yes," said I. "But," said the" little
four-year-old, "if I should sit in u chair
you " wanted, you would say, 'Get
down, dear?' " "Well, what istho dif
ference?" said she; and as if perfectly
satisfied that sho had given utterance to
a poser, she replaced her thumb in her
mouth again, and looked sidewiso with
a rougish smile on her countenance.
Lately at the Theatre, Royal, Dubbo,
Australia, while Mrs South was singing
magnificently in "Mme. Angot," a
bearded and top-booted miner entered
the auditorium and sought out his rough
looking and coarsely-attired mate.
"Well, chum? how is it getting on?"
asked tho lato comer. "Well," replied
the other, "sho was a singin' just like
old peaches nil to herself, until a lot of
jmi.. i. r..s .,.." ti.MiPti in and
drowned her pretty voice by jining their
screeches into a regular gulch squall. "
Three years ago a seaside summer
bonnier, while stravin!? alori" the bed of
a stream that had been left partially
bare by excessive drouth, discovered,
lying upon the sand, a eonchifcrous
bivalvular niollusk vulgus, clam that
seemed to be in tho last gasp from ex
haustion ami thirst. 1 ltymg tlio soro
distress of the unhappy bivalve, tho
stranger took it up and cast it into tho
deep part of the stream, and went on
his way happy in the thought of a kind
ness done, lie speeuiiy forgot tho in
cident, A week ago, however, as ho
was enjoying again a summer vacation,
and sitting near tho spot where tho
event of tlireo years before had taken
place, ho perceived a clam clamboring
laboriously over the rocks toward him.
Arrived with much exertion at tho feet
of tlio amazed observer Iho clam opened
its shell and disclosed a pearl as large
as a hazel nut. This the gentleman un
hesitatingly appropriated, and thereup
on tho grateful clam, smiling clear
around lo its hack lunge, returned joy
fully to tho water and disappeared with
a gurgle of satisfaction. From TUc
Summer boaraer ana uic i taut.
Grass Widower's at a Hotel.
Our representative had a bottle of
good cognac and n splendid lot of cigars
in his room, ami it was not long before
lie succeeded in becoming one of a par
ty, composed principally of grass wid
owers. He wore his green goggles no
longer, but had a splendid lime every
night, and sometimes until morning iu
ono or other of tho grass w idower's
rooms, and he often thought to himself:
"If my wife could only come back to tho
city now and see tho array of empty bot
tles under the lied she would realize how
lonesome 1 had been all thetiiueslu; wcro
away." Our representative however,
ascertained that some of these grass
widowers were not addicted to the bot
tle or to tho habit of card-playing.
Theso gentlemen played blind man's
buff, puss in the corner, or else praelieed
on an improvised gymnasium, composed
of two mattresses, one on either side of
the room, with a hoopklrt swung about
live feet from tho lloor and between
them. The man who could (urn asom
crsault through this without tearing it
to pieces was awarded a piece of cake.
When one hoopskirt got Troke, one id
the grass-widowers went to his room
and brought another. They are having
a splendid timo at tho Pavilion hotol,
and in a few days a number of traveling
drummers from New Yolk and lialii
more are coming dow n with some new
6 aiues ami an Oriole, and then there'll
o more fun. Sttvurinah (.(In.) Times.
A Cincinnati society reporter lias
mysteriously disappeared, and foul play
Is suspected, although it is possible thai
no w iiuung souiinviioro in tlio Jioekv
Mountains, as ho Was well supplied
with railroad passes. His last article
was an account of tho mat'daiio of a
pork-packer's daiuihtor. in which r0'
tort ho used the term "swell wedding."
it came out in tho papers "f will wod
Ainrr tt li. .' ). ..I., I . . 1.1. ' T
Advice to Consumptives.
On the appearance of tho first symp
tomsas general debility, loss of appetite,
pallor, chilly sensations, followed by
night sweats and cough, prompt measures
of relief should bo taken. Consumption is
scrofulous disease of tho lungs; thereforo
use tho great anti-scrofulous or blood
purifier and strength-restorer, Dr. Pierce's
"Golden Medical Discovery." Superior
to Cod liver oil as a nutritive, and unsur
passed as a pectoral. For weak lungs
spitting of blood, and kindred affections it
has no equal. Sold by druggists. For
Dr. Pierce's treatise on consumption send
two stamps. World's Dispensary Medical
Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
A Suiall Ice Machine,
An ice-maehino suitable for private
houses, or for steamers, ambulances,
and so on, has been devised by M. Raoul
Pielet on the principle of his larger ma
chine. It is cn'pttblB of producing two
pounds of iee iu fifteen minutes, or about
ten pounds per hour, with an expendi
ture of less thin a horsepower of ener
gy. It consist of a compression pump
actuated by the luotoremployed to yield
the power; a freezer surrounding tho
cylinder of the pump; arid another in
which is placed the- vessels containing
1 1 it water to be frozen. These parte aro
all grouped into a machine standing
about four feet high and eighteen inches
square. The process is as follows: Sul
phuric anhydride is placed in tho freezer
around the cylinder, and on working
the pump the evaporation absorbs a
large quantity of heat from a well of
glycerine constituting the ' freezer by
which the water to be frozen is sur
rounded. The sulphuric anhydride is
carried by the pump into a condenser
where il is liquiiied, and in thcactyiolds
up a certain quantify of heat. Tho con
denser is kept cool by the circulation of
'I lie Weaker lex.
are immensely strengthened by the use ot
Dr. U. V. Pierce's "Favorite Prescription,"
which cures all female derangements, and
trives tone to the system. Sold by drug
A Word lo Reporters.
Some i the young men who write for
the newspapers "in a roportorial capac
ity." as i hey would say. should take a
certain degreo of irite'lligence in their
readers for granted. The bright orna
ment of one of tho New York papers,
who considered it necessary to toll tho
public that a boy who had lost both
father and mother was "practically an
orphan," might just as well hav allow
ed that profound inference to be made
by others; and tho young man of Mil
waukee, who, but a few days since, vol
unteered tho statement that it was evi
dent that a certain person who shot him-
p., if f 1, .,. l Un qrwl lf- . ..wl
into the river was nmt on suieide.might
have saved himself tho trouble. Tho
people who read tho papers to which
these geniuses aro attached.may ho dull
wilted enough to need assistance in
drawing: theso conclusions, but it is ex
ceedingly doubtful whether they liko
to have the fact made too patent. New
Apropos of tho existing crazo for
"brii ! ' " is the story of the lady
who paiuied a plaquo in au, exquisite
manner, and expressed it to a friend.
The note of acknowledgement read: "It
is altogether too nice to use every day,
so I only use it for a bread plato when
wo havo company."
Apt to be Confusing.
Two countrymen from Onion Creek
camo to an Austin lawyer to consult
about bringing a joint suit against a
neighbor. Tho first granger began to
tell the lawyer the cause of tho trouble,
embellishing it rather liberally.
Don't tell him any lies, Bill," inter
rupted the other. "It is his business to
put in the lies. You will get him con
fused if you go to mixing your lies with
his." Temn Sitirijs.
Ask Vi ill r lihvsii'inll HIkI hi' will tell von
that discard is ono of the best vegetable
remedies tor Dyspepsia, Constipation, and
Kifiiicy dilliculties. It is freely used in tho
preparation of Hops and Malt Bitters.
A. M. I) iVLH, of Columbus, G i., say
that, from exp rienet) ho knows "Sellers
Livei IMIs" to be tho best in use.
liickli'iis Arnica Salve
The liest Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, L'lecrs, Salt Rheum, Fevur
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, ami all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
VTi cents pur box. For sale by. Oico. E
Nothing liko "Lindsey'a Blood Searcher"
fur all skin diseases, tetter, salt rheum, itch,
etc. It never fails.
Bit. Ki.imc's Oiikat Nickvic Ukstoiibh is
the marvel of the ago for nil nervo diseases.
All fits stopped free. Send to 031 Arch
street, PhilHlclpia, Pa.
Use Tint Cairo Hum.ktin perforated
icialch-book, made of calendered juto
inanilU, equally good for Ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the olliee. No. '1 and
!i. live and ton cents each by the single one,
by tho dozen. Special discount on gross
lots to the trade.
Paralytic strokes, heart disease and kid
ney directions prevented by tlio uso of
Brown's Iron Bitters,
Am. ladies who may lie troubled with
nervous prostration; who suffer lrom organ
ic displacement; who havo a sense ot
weariness und a feeling of lassitude; who
aro languid in tho morning; In whom tho
appetite for food is capricious and sleep at
proper hours uncertain, should have re
course to Mrs. Piukham's Vegetable com
The blood is the foundation of
life, it circulates through every part
of the body, and unless it is pure
and rich, good health is impossible.
If disease has entered the system
the only sure and quick way to drive
it out is to purify and enrich the
These simple facts are well
known, and the highest medical
authorities agree that nothing but
iron will restore the blood to its
natural condition ; and also that
all the iron preparations hitherto
made blacken the teeth, cause head
ache, and are otherwise injurious.
IIrown's I RON ISitters will thor
oughly and quickly assimilate with
the blood, purifying and strengthen
ing it, and thus drive disease from
any part of the system, and it will
not blacken the teeth, cause head
ache or constipation, and is posi
tivcly not injurious.
Saved his Child,
17 N. Eutaw St., Riltimore, Md.
Feb. 1 j. 1K80.
Cents: Upon the reuunmeiula.
ti. .n 11 f a friend I tried Hkown's
Ikon 111 i thus as a tonic ami re
storative fur my danghler, whom
I wan thoroughly Convinced v. at
wasting away with Consumption.
Having lost three daughters by the
terrible disease, under the care of
eminent iihysicians, 1 was loth to
believe that anything could arrest
Ihe progress ol the disease, but, to
my Kreat surprise, before my dangh
ler had taken one bottle of Bkown's
Ikon Hittrhs, the began to mend
and now is quite restored to former
health. A fifth daughter began to
show signs of Consumption, and
when the physician was consulted
he quickly said "Tonics were re
quired;" and when informed that
the elder sister was taking Hkown's
Iron Bitthhs, responded "that Is
a good tonic, take iu"
Prown's Iron Bitters effectual
ly cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion and
Weakness, and renders the greatest
relief and benefit to persons suffering
from such wasting diseases as Con
sumption, Kidney Complaints, etc,
MUTUAL Alb SOCIETY.
UREKAl EUREKA !1
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized Jnlv Mth, 1877,TJuur the Laws o
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted Jul?
11, 11177, Under Actof Congress.
.IAS. S. Mi'dAMUY 1'realdent
.1. 11. H( till N SON Ut Vlcu-l'riHMilunt
M. rUIU.ll'S ii,,u Vico-i'raaldent
J A. Uul.DSTlNK Truaauror
W. 11. MAKKAN I .... ..... ireMurur
j H l'KTKi K ( Medical Advisors
THOMAS I.KW1S Sucre Wry
El). II, WIllTB Aselittant Secretaay
K X I0O LTTI VJO COM M 1TTK K.
Win. F.l'lTCllKIt, I.. S. THOMAS,
W.C JUCKLYN, K. VINCKNT,
WILL T. UBUUUKN.
J. A. Gnliliilliiu, of GoliUtlnu A Kimeuwater, whole
nilu and rutin I itrv good, etc. ; Jan. N. MeUahey,
lumber Healer; Wm. V. l'ltchur, general aireut;
Albert Luwlit, dealer Id floor anil grain; L. 8.
Thotunn. bricklayer; Miiim i'hllllpa, contra. 'tor
and builder; II. A. Ch limb toy, grocer; Thou.
I. i'wlx, aecretary and attoruey-al-law; W. 11.
Marean, ll.minpathlo phymclau; 11. Haudor, of
Sunder Son. grocers; H, II. llalrd, ttnti't auper
visor; Kd II. While, axu't sec. W. A O. M. A. So
ciety; J. W. Spier, lumber and tiw-nilll; K. L.
llernlgon, barber; R. H. Dietrich, clerk W., St. h.
Al'.H. It.; M. Koltlur, merchant tailor: Jeff M.
Clark, dealer iu wall-paper and window hadea; J.
K. Hngllnh, contractor and builder; WiHT. Kad
burn, of Morutt Rudburn, cigar manufacturers;
K. Vincent, dealur la lima and cement; L A.
1'liolpK, photographer; W.O. Jocelyn, dttntixt; S
II . Taber, mrg. Jeweler; J. II. Koblnioo, J. 1'. and
notary public; J. 8. Petri, phralclao; H. W.
boKtwtck.liisnrance agent; B. K. Jarhoe, foreman
Ut.Uaatualtm, and tt K. Wal bridge, lumber ami
iw-mlll, of Cairo; H. Leigh ton, eaabltr Nat.
Bank, Stnart, Iowa; Re. F. A. Wllkorron.Pnrora
baij.irjr.jJ.W. TMry,pbyilclan,rulU, II.