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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6, 1882.
Mayor N. B. Thiatlewood.
Treasurer T. J. Kerth.
Clerk Dennis. J, Foley.
Coiiutulor-'Wm. B. Gilbert.
Marshal L. H-Meyers,
Attorney William Uendrickl.
BIUHI1 OV ALUIHMIH.
first Ward Win. MclIate.T. M. Klmhrouga.
Hecond Ward-Jemie lliukle, C. N. U unties.
Ttilni Ward B. F, Blake, John Wood.
Fourth Ward Charles 0. Patter, Adolpu Swo
'Kid. Kirih Ward-T. W. Uallldav, Ernest D. Pettlt.
Circuit Juiliro Il.J.Baker.
Circuit Clerk A. U. Irvln.
County Judga It. S Voctira.
County Clerk S.J. Humm.
County Attorney J. M. Damrnn.
County Treasurer Miles W. Parker.
County Cnmmln.loner. T. W. Ualllday, J.
Olbh and Peter haup.
C A I KU B AI'TMT Corner Tenth and Poplar
J itreets; preaching flrt and tUird Sundays In
each month, 11 a. m. and 7:) p. m : prayer meet
lux Thursday, 7 p. in.; Sunday t-chool, :30 a.m
lluv. A. J. lUSS Pa. lor.
ClHl'KCU OK TUB KICDKKM KK (Episcopal)
J Fourteenth street; Sunday 7:00 a m., Holy
Kticbartst; VM a. m., Suuday school; 11 :00a.m.,
Morula Prayer. ; HuHJ p. m., Erenlng Prayer.. P.
P. Dart'iiporl, S T. B. ltecltir.
I'lllhT MI!S10NAKY BAPTIST CHURCH.
y l'n a hltm at 10:) a. n.., A p. m., and 7:80 p. m.
iaMati school at 7:30 p. m Rev. T. J. Shore.,
Il'THKKAN-Thlrtecnth .treet; srvti,s 8ab
4 baib a. m.; Sunday chool2p. m. Her.
MKTUOI)lBT-t'.jr. Bltfhth and Walnut treet,
PicarliliiK Sabbath ll:0U. m. and7:30 p.m.
holiday pruool at 4:uo p. m. Key. J. A. Scarrett,
);KSIiVTKKIAN -Eighth .treet; preaching on
habhaib at ll:il a. m. and 7 .30 p. m.; lirayer
m;i'tliiK Wedne.day at 7:S0p. m.; Sunday 6cnol
i 3 p. m. Hev B. V. ieore, paator.
S'l . .IDSRPH 8--loman Catholic) Corner Cro..
nd Walnul .treet ; services Sabbath 10:80 a.
it, ; .Sunday School al it p. m.; Vesper. 3 p. m.; ser
ried every day at a. m. ne. u uara, j nesi.
ST. PATRICK 8- Human Catholic) Corner Ninth
treet and Washlniflon avenue; services Bab
Datb 8 and 10 a. m. ; Vesper 8 p.m.; Hnnday School
i p. in. services every day at a a. m. Rev. Ma.Ht;rson
II. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL H. K.
TRUSS IXPAUT. THAN. AHRIVI.
Mall 1:05 a.m I tMall .4:06 a.m
tAccoiu dtttlon.il :lfl a m Kxpres 11:10 a.m
tExpress 3:V p.m I AccmdatloB..:l5 p. in
MISS CENTRAL R. K.
4:itta.m I tMall .. .. 5:00p.m
.... 10.15a m tKxpnss 11:30 a m
. L. C. R. R. (Narrow Gauge )
iii"n m I Ktnruaa 4:35 n.m
Accom'datiou. 1 p.ro I Accoia'datoln 1 -J :0S p.m
ST. L . I. M. 4 S. R. H.
Kxpres. ll:!p.ra I tKxpress 8:50 p.m
r Accent uanon. :Mp.m I tAecorndattou.ll:45 a.m
WABASH. ST. LOUIS A PACIFIC R'T CO.
Mall 4 Ex .... 4:45 a.m Mall 4 Ex.... 9:3) p.m
Dally except Snnday. t Daily.
mobilk 4 onio n. b:
Mall B:0!U. in. I Mail .....:) p. m
Express 6:tft a. m. Express :aup. m.
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R.R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
Express and Mall leaves Cairo, every day except
Sunday, at 10: a.m. Arriv.t 4:M p. m.
Accommodation arrive, at 12 :05 p. ra. and do
part. atl: J0p.m.
EOROB II. LEAC1I, M. D.
Phvficiatx and Surgeon.
fiDnclal attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment or surgical disease., and disease, of women
"omM-'onMih .treet, opposite the Tost Oillce.
It. W. C. JOCFLYN,
OFFHB-Kighth Street, near Comp errla! Avsrme
It. E W. WIIITLOCK,
Omen No, 13(1 Commorclal Avenne, between
Kghtband Ninth Street
HE CITY NATIONAL RANK.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Nankins: business
TIIOS. W. IIAL.L1IDAY.
NTERP1USK SAVING BANK.
KXCLUSIVELY A SAYINGS BANK.
TIIOS. W. IIAIXIDAY,
The Cairo & Mound City
Si A. B. SAFFORD a
W. II. MOORE, Master.
From September Mb. until further notice will
make trips as follow.:
I.eave.sCairout 7::Wa. ra., 1100 a. m. and 4:30
Leave. Mound Cltv at 8:30 a. m., 1:30 p. m. and
6:3o p. m.
Can btenieied for excursion, any evening after
US REGULAR CAIRO AND PADUCAH
HENRY K. TAYLOR m Master
GEO. JOBE8 Clerk
Leave. Padacali for Cairo daliy (Sunday, except
ed) at 8 a.m. and Mound City at 1 p m. Return,
tng, Leave. Cairo at 4 p. m. Mound. City at 5p.m.
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Life Insurance Company
IN THE WORLD.
It alone Issues
stipulating that the contract of Insurance ".hall
not bo dlsnated" after it I. three yev. old,
and that such policies shall be
on receipt of satisfactory proof, of death.
Its policy is clear aud concise, and contain.
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
i r nvi n T'Tr tiAt TPTL'U Pnni nam thu
short aud ilmple form used by the Enuitable wiih
tie IOuk ftuu OuBCuro tuuirncvv iubuvu uuiu nnu
techulcaHtlos Issued by other compaoiei I
Its CASH RETURNS
to poller holder, are
N.B.-Bco the many letter, from policy holders
xprssslnn their uratincatlon witn tne return, iron
their Ton tim Saving. Fund Polioiii.
Because of its
Assets Securely Invested
Surplui Securely Invested, nearly
E. A. BURNETT, Agent.
Office, corner 13th nd Wathlngtoi.
Morember 94, WBl.mMw
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY HY CHAS. CUNNING
0:30 A. M. Octobers, .8s2.
September. October. November.
Pork l K,
Oat. 31 'J
ia:',0 P. M.
Pork $ i no
Oata u ,
8:81 P. M. Closing.
Pork mii fl?'4 21 iVA
Wheat Mdi n
Corn 'tStYt IWX
Oat iyu,H, i'ih
W. F. Lambdin, rlvsr editor or i'ng IIuli.etih
and ateamboat passenger auiit. Order, for all
kind, of steamboat Job printing .olicltud. Odlce
at Planter. Hotel, No. M Ohio lovuc.
The Andy Baum from Memphis arrived
here yesterday morning at 0 o'clock. She
bad a fair up stream trip and about HO
cabin passengers with engagements above
sufficient to fill her out on tho present
stage ot water.
The Will Kyle from Cincinnati arrived
here yesterday morning with a splendid
trip of freight and sixty cabin and 40 deck
passengers. She added some eighteen or
twenty more here and filled out with
freight, left for New Orleans at 7 p. m.
The Ous Fowler had a good trip yester
day and is due here at 3 p. m. from Padu
cah, leaving hero on her return trip at 5
The Centennial is overdue for New Or
leans. She had a big trip and is tussling
with tho dry spots abovo between hero and
The tow boat Jack Frost arrived here
last evening with a large tow of lumber
from Helena, which she will take to some
point above St. Louis.
Business looked lively yesterday on the
The U. P. Schenck from New Orleans
will reoort here Saturday for Cinciunatti.
Capt. W. P. Wright freight agent ol tue
Big 0 Line gave the Kyle all tho freight
she could carry.
The elegant passenger packet Hudson
trom St. Louis is due here early this morn
ing for Paducah and Shawneetown. She
has a large party of passengers on board
who have been attending the St. Louis Fair.
The river telegrams failed to come in last
night, consequently, can't report tho stages
of the rivers.
Tho John B. Maude and City of Provi
dence and Commonwealth were over due
when we went to prees but had failed to re
port. The weather is unusually hot for October
and cold weather will be heartily welcomed
when it makes its appearance.
Advice to Consumptives.
On the annearance of the first symp
tomsas general debility, loss of appetite,
pallor, chilly sensations, followed by
night sweats and cough, prompt measures
of relief should be taken. Consumption is
scrofulous disease of the lungs; therefore
use the 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-
as a nectoral. For weak luncs
epittirg of blood, and kindred affections it
has no equal, sold liy druggists, for
Dr. Pierce's treatise on consumption send
two Btamps. World's Dispensary Medical
Association, Butlalo, N. Y.
Paralytic strokes, heart disease and kid
ney affections prevented by tho use of
Brown s Iron Hitters.
Ask your physician and he will tell you
that Cascara is ono of the best vegetable
remedies for Dyspepsia, Constipation, and
Kidney difficulties. It is tieely useil in tlio
preparation ot Hops ami itiait Hitters.
MntWuf Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Am vnn diatiirlied at r.'iL'ht and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with tne excruciating pain oi ctuung
ft iv it ho. co at once anu tret a nottie oi
Mn Winulnw'a Sonthinir Svrun. It will
relievo tho poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; tnero is no inisiaKe
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has evirf used it. who will not toll vou
at onco that it will regulate the bowels,
anu rive rest to tne moincr, anu reuoi anu
hnnltii to the child, oncratinor like matric.
Tt in nnrfcrtlv safe to use in all cases, and
ploasant to the tasto, and is tho prescrip-
tinn nt nno nr run ii ill Ht nnii ni'Hr imnm
physicians and nurses in tho United States.
Sold everywuoro. d corns a ooiuo.
Rir vitn Ckkkk. N. Y. Fob. 6. 1880
Gents I havo beeu very low, and have
rioil Bvnrvthinir. to nn ml vnntiurn. I heard
your Hop Bitters rocommondod by so many,
t i.. i.i :.. ii...... - t.;i T AA
1 COIlClUUUtl w nivo mum n mui. x
and now am around, and constantly lm
proving, and nearly as strong as over
W. U. Weluuu
Of all tho esthetic- und decorative uses
of Uower.s tho most delicate ami per
plexing are at times of death and burial.
Who can (rent a theme- roaehing so
many broken hearts and darkened homes
with p'litln, wholesome, touch! For
something of Christian hope, and tho far
outlook of faith, havo penetrated tho
savage, half-heathen Fpirit of funeral
observances years ago, and tho old
gljaitliiiess and terror havo given place
to something better.
"Ji-siis IIvchI No loiiKer now,"
would have broken upon such solemni
ties with almost intrusive, jarring clam
or, oneo upon a time; und tho prosenso
of flowers in the chamber of departure
on the coffin at the solemn burial of
the dead, savored of down-right flip
pancy. So much for tho slumberous,
long-clinging shadows of tho old Puri
tan darkness! Yet in tho truest elegy
in uninspired Hong wo see tho poet
6truvii)g blossoms and wreaths in his
Vet onen mure, O yo InurnlH, nml oneo more,
Vb invrtli'H brown, with Ivv mi vit .,.
I come to I'lui k your hi.rrli'H ImrHh find crinlc!
A riil Willi furred linwrs rmle,
ocaiiiT your ii-HW imrure tlio nicllowlnir
And in tho tearful climacteric flowers
are more forceful than words:
... ri.tiiHn Hli)lj.i,i Id...
Ami call the mlcH anil bid Ihcm'hlthor cimt
Their liells Hud llmverctsof a.tlxuMitnl bin s.
Ilrlnir tho rulhn iiriinrnBo thnt furMiiUcn dlea.
'J'ho tufted crow-loe. Hud pull' lessiiriiliie.
J be white pink, und thii imn-y I l eaked with
The if lowinir vollet.
Thf muhk-roHe and the well-iillalned wondlilne.
nun rnwsiiin wnn luni IIHHK tlio ienin'
And every llnwor Hint end oinlinildeiy weius;
Hid AnmtHnthiiH all his Ih hiiiv Hhed'.
And dHtfiMlilllea III! tiielr eupn with lenrs,
jOMiiew uio mureHte Deuix where Lyeld
Surely, no dreadful hintinm of latter-.
day floral hysteria disturbed tho poet's
vision; no full portents of its undertaker's
horrors in the way of lloral "tributes,
and 'vmblems," and 'offerings," of
prim, milliner-like crosses, and wreaths,
and crowns, and sundry other nameless,
innumerables "properties" of lugubri
ous esthetieism, each and all conspicu
ously labeled with visiting card, and
strung on the arm of tlio vampire-liko
aucHUunu mortuary, and sometimes al
most sullicatiug tho officiating clergy
then borne along in the hearse, in tho
undertakers' open wagons, in carriages
after tho dead, a bother, a nuisance, and
positive torment at tho grave side, or
the door of tho waiting tomb surely
tho poet never suffered such unwhole
some provisions, or Lyeidas would havo
beeu buried altogether after a different
manner, and we should havo lost tho
crowning elegiac in anv anruavo.
"Please omit flowers." we mav then
understand, not as a repudiation of their
silent, prescious ministry, but a quiet
declaration of the "reserved rights" of
tho sorrowful a claim that kindred
hands shall provide all these half-sacred
offices of floral minisJxv,; pwc-'irr-tiii-cWisness
and" that ostentatious conven
tionalities shall not break in upon tho
privileged sorrows of bereavement.
There is no vicarious expression of joy
or grief. Tho florist cannot put into
his constructions and designs tho elo
quence of loving grief, with which tho
mother winds her few flowers for the
adornment of her dead habe! From her
hands they catch a language all hearts
interpret, and no one misunderstands
the mute elegy. Wo insist upon a rev
erent recognition of this principle, and
protest against the brassy, pitiless in
trusion oi traffic aud conventionality.
Medame Eene's Cheese,
The Suinlcloui Pack ipo in a German Actreis'
Ou tho arrival of tho Hapsburg at
Hoboken recently, there was more tlian
tho usual confusfoii among the passen
gers. They were hurrying to and fro,
and all were excited and noisy, except
the German performers for the Thalia
Theatre. They were calmly seated on
their trunks taking matters philosophi
cally, and evidently wondering why ev
erybody was so excited and in such a
hurry to do nothing. Madame ltene, a
plump blonde, attracted attention be
cause of her perfect quietude. She car
ried in her hand a handkerchief full of
something, which a lynx-eyed Custom
House official pounced upon, thinking
it apparently a bundle of diamonds. It
contained a largo and quaint collection
ot keys of all si.es and shapes, and ev
ery moment she was called upon to un
lock one of her many trunks or boxes.
Of course it required some time to sort
out the right one, and this wrought the
official to fever heat, liy tho manner
in which he rummaged her trunks, ruf
fled her pretty stage dresses and her
temper, it was evident that ho was hav
ing his revenge. But tho actress soon
hint hers. There was a suspicious-looking
basket which she never let beyond
her reach. She placed her pretty foot
upon it, partly concealing it with her
dress. This was enough for the official,
lie wanted the bo opened. She con
fusedly said: "Dcre id nosing in it, sir!"
This made tlio bluff official deter
minate to do his duty at all hazards.
Tho box was hurst open In nn instant,
when tho officer quickly stcpiicd hack,
raised his hand to his forehead and
cried, "Hold! Shut it up, quickly!"
The . excited crowd began to scatter,
evidently fearing destruction from an
explosive infernal machine. The bas
ket contained liuiburger cheese of the
most pronounced type. F.vcrybody
laughed except the incensed offieia, who
immediately attacked another less lor
midablo trunk in another direction.
There nro on file in the ollico of the
Controller of Connecticut,!!! compliance
with the reptiirements of the State law
tlio names of nearly or quite il.000 do
positors in the savings hank of the State
whoso deposits have remained uncalled
for and havo not been increased other
wiso than by tho accruing interest for
twenty years past. Tho amounts thus
unclaimed range from ft fow dollar to
Bishop Clark on Incorroct English.
Though tho schoolmaster holds his
receptions in almost every nook and
corner of tho land, there is a great deal
of incorrect talking even among educat
ed peoplo. Bishop Clark gives a fow
specimens of these popular errors of
speech in the form of a dialogue be
tween a carolesi talker and his critical
"(iood afternoon, John, how long
havo you been 'setting' here?"
"I havo been 'sitting' hero for about
an hour watching to see these men 'set,
tho stones in my wall."
"It -kind of seems to me that the
work is done rather 'illy.'
"Perhaps it is not tl
done quite as
'welly' as it miirht bo,
"I 'kind of think that word 'welly'
"It is as good a word as 'illy.' But
why do you say: 'It kind of seems,' and
'I kind of think,' when you might just
as well say: 'It seems' and 'I think'?"
"I've got 'sort of used to talking in
"It is a very poor sort of way."
"I never had nobody to 'learn' mo
"Vou mean that you have had no
body to teach you."
"I am getting tired, and think I will
'lay' down on the grass for a 'spell.1 "
"Vou can lio down, but it would bo
well for you to lay your cloak ou the
ground for you to lie on."
" Bo' you going to 'slop' here for
"I stopped hero when I arrived, but
shall not 'stay' long. Arc you roin'
"Why not say 'I am?' 'Bo you' and
'I bo' are very raw and disagreeable
"All right; O K; but tho master al
ways says to the scholars" 'Bo you
ready to write?' 'Him' aid 'me' met at
the deacon's last night."
"What did 'him' and 'you' do after
you got there?"
"We looked at 'them1 things he has
just brought from New York."
"Were 'them' things worth looking
" 'Tolerable.1 By the way. tho dea
con must have 'quite' a fortune."
"What sort of a fortune? Quito large
or quite small?"
"(Juke large, of course."
'Why did you not say so?"
"My next neighbor has just put up a
fence on either side of his front yard.11
"I suppose you wish to say that ho
has put up a fence on both sides."
"Between you and I"
"Pleaso change that to 'Between you
and me.1 You would not say: There is
no great difference of opinion 'between
you and he.1 11
"I usually say: 'Him and mo agree
pretty well.1 11
- "Then, vou sneak verv bad F.nn-linh.
of 'It is I.1 "
"Of courso I do, and so does 'most of
the people I know. My boy is just go
ing to school, and as he is a 'new' be
ginner I suppose ho will appear to bo
"Did you ever hear of any beginner
who was not new?"
"I wish to simply state 11
"That is, you wish to state "
"That our 'mutual' friend "
"Pic.v ::y our common friend. You
would not "call him a 'reciprocal1
"Why do you interrupt mo so often?1'
"Because you make so many blun
ders." Society Notes.
A coolness, growing out of tho follow
ing conversation, has sprung up bo
twecn Gilhooly and his friend, Gus Do
"I had a splendid time last night,1'
said Gus. "I spent the evening at a
Utile social gathering at tho Goodman
"Are tho Goodman nice people?"
Well, I should say so. They are
very aristocratic. To get in their circlo
one must have a deal of money or a
great deal of genius."
"Vou don't tell me so and you say
you Were there?"
"You were invited, were youP"
"( )f course."
"And to ho invited a man has to havo
a great ileal of money or plenty of
"Well, (ins, I am very glad to hear
you have become rich all of a sudden.
Lend luo live dollars?"
Tcnnysou's Now Poem.
Tho Xiiii tccnlh Century for Septem
ber contains a new poem by Alfred Ten
nyson. It is Inscribed "To Virgil,"
uiid was written at tho request of the
Mantuans, for tho nineteenth centenary
of Virgil's death. . A few of tho verses
Itiiiiuin VIikII, thou that liiRpt
lliou'd lnl'ly teniplci robed In flro,
llliiu fulllntr. Home armlnir,
warn, and mini lultli, and Dido's pyroj
I.iuiilsriipoloV(tr. lord of inmrtniira
iimro tbu be that mug tho works and
Alt the elicinmoolii of fnney
lluHliliitr out from iiiiiny a Koldenphruso:
Tbiui thnt slnirrst wlient nml wood loud;
tilth nml vlnoyiird, Ulvo, and horso and
All the chiinn of nil tlio Muw
often tlowlnjf In a lonely works
Now the Homo of nlavea hath ierlsh'il,
nml tho Homo of freemen holds nor
I, from out the northern Inland,
Hiiuder'd once from all the mutnan race.
1 milulo the MHiitovnno, ' .
I thnt loved tho kImpo my liny began, '
Wlelder of the Nlnlelleitt tneiiHiiro
ever molded by tlio lips of man.
Chnrles O'Conor is described as ram
bling daily about tho cliffs and town of
Nantucket, with his hat on tho back of
his head and both hands in Ids pookota
happy, contented, halo and hearty, bear
log lightly the weight of bit 78 years.
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.
Brown's Iron Bitters will thor
oughly and quickjy 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
tively not injurious.
Saved his Child.
ij N. EuUw St., Baltimore, Md.
Yeb. ij, 1880.
Genu : Upon tlie recominenria.
timi of a friend I tried Brown's
Ikon Hit-irks at tonic and re.
Mor.eive for my daughter, whom
1 was thoroughly convinced wa
wasiing away with Consumption,
Having lost ihrce daughters by the
terrible di'-case, under the care of
eminent physicians, I wan loth to
helii.'ve tli.it anything could arrcn
the progress ot the disease, but, to
my great surprise, before my dautjn.
ter had taken one bottle of Brown's
Ikon IIittkrs, she 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 w as taking Brown's
Ikon Bittbrs, responded "that it
a good tonic, take it."
Brown's Iron Cittf.rs 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 All) HOCIKTY.
gUREKA I EUREKA!!
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE IX8DB-
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized Jul v lttli, 1877, Under the Laws 0
the 5tati of Illinois. Copyrighted Jul v
9, 1877, Under Act of Congregg.
JAS. 8. MrtiAtiKY Prentddtit
,1. II. KOIUNHON lt VlCi-l'rcmiUmt
M. PUIU.II'H aud Vlco l'rosldunt
.1. A.UOLD8T1NK i Treiuror
JN""pETHIr:N Medical Advueu
THOMAS I. R Witt Secretary
Kl). 11. WHITE AidiKUut bxcrutuy
Wm. P.PITOnmt, L. S. THOMAS,
W.O.JOCKLYN, K. V1NCKNT,
, WILL T. HKDBUKN.
J. A. ("loldntlno, of GoldHtlne A Konunwatitr, whole
inlo and rot'iil dry good.utc; Ja. SI. MoUaher,
lumber mutlur; Win. F. Pitcher, ironorttl annul;
Albert Lewi, dealer In llonr aud grain; l.H.
ThomaR, bricklayer; Mmm Phillips, contractor
sod builder; II. A. Chiimhloy, irrocar; Thou.
Lewis, secretary anil attorney-at-liiw; W. II.
Wurean, INmmpalhlo physician; 11. ttander, of
Sander 8011. grocerni H, H. Hulrd, street super
visor; Kd H. White, bksH sec. W. A O. M. A. Ho
clety; J. W. Spier, lumber and snw-mlll; K. L,
OernlKon, barher: K. B. Dietrich, cleric W., 8t. L,
A P. K. It.; M. Koliler. merchant tailor: Jeff M,
Clark, dealer lu wall-paper and window shades; .1.
B. KnKlUh, contractor and builder; WiHT. Hed
burn, or Mors A Neilhuru, cltfar manufacturers;
F. Vincent, dealer to lime and cement ; L A.
Pholps, pbotojrapher; W.C. Jocslyn, dentist; 8 '
11. labor. mfR. Jeweler; J. II Kobltison, J. P. and
notary public; J. 8. Petrle, uhyaiclau; M. W.
BostwIcV, Insurance air.ent; R. K. Jarbo. foreman
Ht.Uas mains, and K K. Walhridi, lumber and
saw-mill, or Cairo; H. Lelgbton, caablsr Nat.
Bank.Htnart, Iowa; Rev. P. A. Wilkerson, Pryorf
burg, K.J J.W. Tairy, physlclao.roltoa, Kjr.