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THE - DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIBO. ILLINOIS. SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8, 1882.
Mayor N. B. Thitlewood.
Treasurer T. J. Korth.
Clerk Dentil. J, Foley.
Counselor Wm. B. Gilbert.
Mamhal-L. U. Meyer,
Attorney William lUndrtckl.
BOAHD Or ALDBBMIll.
KlfHt Witrd-WiD.Mcmie.T. M . Kltubrough.
Second Ward- Jou llmklo, C. N. Uughe.
I'blrd Ward-U. F, Blake, John Wood.
K.mrth Ward-Cbarle 0. Fatler, Adolpn Bwo-
iftb Ward-T. W. Halllday. Brueit B. PettU.
Circuit .lodge I). .1. Baker.
Circuit Clerlt-A. H. Irvln.
County Judgo-K. H Yocum.
County Clurk-S.J. Humtn.
Coiiuty Attorney J M.Daroron.
County Treaurr-Milu W. Parker,
hliurtll Johu Hodge.
County CornmlMlonuri-T. W. Hallid,
Uibbiaud Peter hap.
CAIRO BAPTIST. Cornur Tenth and Poplar
.treet; preaching first and third hnnday to
'each mouth, 11 . m. and Taw t. m. iwr mt.
l.g TUured.y, 7ip. $$' ta"
pilVKCU OF TUK KKDKEMKR-(Bp1lcopn
O Fourteenth meet; ttaijday 7:00 a m.. Holy
Kucbarl.t; If :SU a. m.. Hunday .chooi ; 11:00 a.m.,
Morning Prayers; :ip. m., Etenlng Prayert. r.
p. Davenport, 8 T. B. Sector.
pil'.hT MISblON ARY BAPTIST CHURCH.
V Pr-athli.it at 10:30 a. n... 8 p. m.. and 7:S0 p. m.
188.8.131.52th achool at 7:90 p. m Ref. T. J. Shore.,
Iri'llEKAN-ThlrUseuth treef, errloe flab
j bath 1:) a. m.; Sunday ichooHp.n. Kt.
iwukppc, past jr.
MRTHoLIHT-Cor. Blghtb &! Waiunt atreeU,
Pn.afhlngSabt.ath 11:00 a. m. and 7:') p.m.
Minday action! t A:x p. m. Key. J. A. ScarreU,
II l'.KHIYTKKIAN Klghth lret; preaching on
l r.aM.ath at 11:10 a. m. and MP.-ifW
m.iti.x Wednesday, at 7:) p.m.; Banday Scbeol
all i. m. Kv B Y. George, pastor.
ST JOSKI'U 8 -Utoman Catholic) &roer Croa
nnd Walnut itroeu; aervlce Sabbath 10:40 a.
a.; Sunder School atti p. m.; Vesper 8 p. m. ! er
ncn everyday at 8 a.m. Rev. O'Hera, 1 riet.
QT. PATRICK'S f Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
O :rel and Wahiugton aretme; aerncea Bab
natb 8 and 10 a. m. ; Veper 8 p. m. ; Sonday School
t p. m. trrvloe every day at 8 a m. Rev. MasU-raon
K. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TK.1NS I.aTAKT. TR" ?'!?'.
Mail ..:05a.m I Mall 4: a.m
tAccom dallou.il :10 a m Kinr.-M... 'J'"
tKipres 8:50 pm I Accomdalloa. i:l5 pm
MISS CENTRAL R. H.
tMatl 4:3!Sa.mllMall . .. 00p
tKipres 10:15a m tKipre 11. 80 a m
ST. L. 4 C. R. R- (Narrow Gauge )
Bipre lo:-r,a.m I Kiprv.- ;-1J:?J-
Accomodation. 1 :ji p.m I Accom datoin MM p m
BT.I... I.M. 8. R. R.
Express ll:)p.ra I tEi pre .....-. 2'5f P
tAccom oation. i;30p m I tAccom datlon ll .t5a.rn
WABASH. ST. LOUIS 4 PACIFIC B'T CO.
Mll A Kb .... 4:45 vm 'Mall A Ex.... : P m
Uai'.y eicept 8undy. t Dally.
MOBILE A oniO U. R:
.JI:f5a. m. I Mail ......8:50 p. m.
.6:10 a. m.
Kxprc.a ..:aop. m.
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS BUN AS FOLLOWS.
Expre.. and Mall learet Cairo. every day except
Banday, at 10:25 a. m. ArrtT.a 4:35 p. m.
Accommodation arrlvea at 11:04 p. m. and do
part at l: jop. m.
EOUGE H. LEACH, M. D.
I'hvHiciari and Surpeon.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
mint of .uriilcal dl.uauva, and di.eatei of women
OITlcu: On 14th treot, oppoalto the Pott Office,
Cairo, III. .
R. W. C. JOCFLYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Comperclal Avenue
H. E W. WHITLOCK,
Orrici-No. m Commercial Avenne, between
Klththand Ninth Street
UIECITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Illinois,
71 OI1IO LEVEE.
A General Banking business
TItOS. W. IIAL.L.IDAV,
JJWTKUPIU8E SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, I .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOS. W. IIALL.ID AY,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1ER & CO..
Cor. Ninoteenth. treeti Paiwri Til
ConimercllAennMj ValfU All
C O A. L
D Stoves D
S 'linware. S
The Cairo & Mound City
A. B. SAFFORD Si
W. II. MOORE, Master.
Frm September 5th nntll farther notice will
make tripe a. follow:
Uave.iCairoat 7:30a. m., 11:00a. m. and 4:30
Leare. Mound CUT at 8:30 a. m., 1:30 p. m. and
6:3u p. m.
Can b. ened for excnraloDi any evenlni after
MIE REGULAR CAIRO AND PADCCAB
HENRT K. TAYLOKm...... Matter
GEO. JOBKS - Clerk
Laee Paducah for Cairo daliy (Sunday except
ed) at 8 a.m. and Mound City at 1 p m. Return
nt, Lave Cairo at 4 p. m. Mound. City at 5p. m.
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE -VV STATES.
On and after Monday, July 21, and nntll further
nolle, (he ferryboat Three State will run a near
at poailbleon the following time table:
'.ATI MATH UATBl
Foot Fourth it. Mliionrt Land'K. Kentucky Ld .
8:30 a.m. 7:00a.m. 7:30 a.m.
R:()0 " :0rt " :30 "
10:: 11:0" " 11:80 "
i:(K)p. m. 8:30p.m. 8:00 p.m.
Leave Leave Leave
Foot Fourth ft. Kentucky Ld'g. Mliionrt Land'tr.
4:00 p.m. 4:80p.m. 8:10 p.m.
Ou laot trlpli!vlngKinturUvlandln(fat4:30o'clook
p. m., the bont will go to Bird Point, makinir con
nection with T. Ss 8t . L. pamonjur train for Cairo.
Flr.ttrlp at. 9:30 a. m. leaving Cairo, Will conuoct
with T. A St. L. train leaving Cairo. '
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in loo.
ICfl PY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL"
VUSKRD FOR SHIPPING
Oar .Loads a Specialty.
Cor, Twelfth Street and Leyee,
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY BY CnAS. CUNNING
9:30 P. M. October 6, .8s2.
October. November. December.
Pork I 45 t
Wheat M H5 0i
Corn b (A'i
12:10 P. M.
Pork S3 00 $81 17i $
Wheat 94K 65' Wi
1:0) P. M. CloMnjj.
Pork S 921 20 $
Wheat 03V m
Outs Vi'A HVt
W. F. LiBBDiir, river editor of Cat Bulletin
and ateamboat passenger agent. Order for all
kind of steamboat job printing solicited. Office
at Planter Botel, No. 54 Ohio levee.
STAGES OF THE RIVKR.
The river marked by the gauge last
evening at this port, 9 feet 8 inches and
Pittsburg, Oct. 7 G p. in River 2 feet
1 inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Oct. 70 p. in. River 12
3 inches and tailing.
Louisville, Oct. 70 p. tn. River 7
feet 0 inches and falling.
Nashville, Oct. 7 G p.m. River 3 feet
0 inches and rining.
St. Louis, Oct. 75 p. m. River 7 feet
2 inches and stationary.
The Centennial from Ht. Louis arrived
here last evening at 3:20. She had two
Urge barges pretty well loaded with
freight which she transfered on board and
will leave this morning for New Orleans
with a big freight trip and large passenger
list. The Centennial is an excellent boat
and passengers going south by river will
do well in securing pasnage on her.
The Wyoming from St. Louis now repre
senting the Anchor line arrived here yes
terday at noon and left for New Orleans
last night with a big trip.
The John 1$. Maude had a hard time of
it contending with sand bars between Cairo
and St. Louis but finally got here yesterday
at 10 a. m. She- left for Memphis at noon,
with a good trip.
The Citv of Helena from St. Louis was
due last night for Memphis but had not ar
rived when we went to pres9.
The Ste. Genevieve from Memphis will
be the Anchor line packet for St. Louis
The U. P. Schenck from New Orleans
passed up last night with a light trip for
The neat and very light draft Nashville
and Cairo packet J. II. riillman in com
mand of Capt. Tom Galligher is due hero
to-night and will leave here to-morrow
morning at 10 o'clock for Tennessee's cap
ital on the "Wild Suwanee."
The Qua Fowler will lay over at Padu
cah to-day, but starts out on her regular
dfcily trips again to-morrow morning.
The Hudson for St. Louis will leave here
early this morning. Passengers for St.
Louis who wish to tako a trip on the Hud
son can secure tickets from her agent W. F.
The ViutShinklo from Memphis is due
up to-night for Cincinnati. Capt. 0. W.
Thompson commands this pleasant craft
and Col. 0. D. Moore with his assistant Al
Burnett conducts the business of the office
andW.F. Lambdin tho "passenger agent
here will supply tickets nt low rates, oflico
72 Ohio leveo.
The Commonwealth for Vickshurg ar
rived from St. Louis last evcuing about 48
hours behind time, another caso of low
water. She had a good trip departed at 0
The E. M. Nortou with threo empty
barges from St. Louia arrived last evening.
Busiuoss on tho wharf yesterday evening
was lively and everybody seemed to be full
Monhob, Micii., Sept. 25, 1875.
Sirb I havo been taking Hop Bitters
for Inflammation of kidneys and bladder.
It has done for mo what four doctors failed
to do. Tho effect of Hop Bitters seemed
like mngio to me. W. L. Cauteh.
Silver Creek, N. Y. Fob. 0, 1880
Gents I have been vory low, and havo
tried everything, to no advantage I heard
our Hop Bittors recommended by to many,
concluded to stivo thorn a trial. I did,
and now am around, and constantly im
proving, and nearly at strong as over
W. 11. Wkller.
Ask your physician and he will toll you
that Cascara is ouo of the best vegotablo
remedies for Dyspepsia, Constipation, and
Kidney difficulties. It is freely uicd in the
preparation of llopi and Malt Bitten.
MEN WOMEN AND BOOKS.
EDITED W THK INTEREST OF TUB CAIKO
The following list of books havo been
received at the library from Washington :
"Report on the Geology of tho Henry Moun
tains," "Enternational Exhibition," "Report
of the Director General,", including tho ro
ports of bureaus of the administrations, war
of the rebellion, official records of the
Union and Confederate armies.
The regular meeting ot tho W. C. and L.
A. was held at Library room Wednesday,
Oct. 4th. The attendance of both mem
bers and visitors was good. Tho exercises
were of unusual interest. By request the
president Mrs. II. H. Candee read several
letters from the Weekly Magazine, pub
lished at Chicago, which were written du
ing her stay at Chautauqua. Mrs. Candee
possesses fine descriptive powers and her
subjects are always well chosen. After this
an hour was past in conversation. Those
who had spent the summer in traveling
gave descriptions of different places visited
and pleasant reminiscences In connection
A graphic and highly interesting ac
count of a trip to Texas and of intellectual
6tatues of women in the interior of that
state by Mrs. B. Y. Georgo is worthy of
especial mention. It is to be hoped that
this pleasant meeting is the forerunner of
many others of a similar nature.
The fifth annual meeting of the Illinois
Social Science Association was held on
Thursday and Friday, Oct. 5th and 6th, in
the Clark Street Methodist church, Chica
go. The annual address was giveu by the
president, Mrs. Helena E. Starret; subject,
"Theoretical and Practical Aspects of the
Social Science." Tho various departments
of philanthrophy, education, political ec
onomy, domestic and sanetary science were
represented by carefully prepared reports.
Besides the president's address a paper
was given on tho "Principle of Co-operation
in Methods of Charity" by Rev. Dr. Thom
as; one on "What Must We Teach Our
B'lysJhy Mr. George Rowland, superin
tendent of the Chicago public schools;
"Industrial Co-operation" by Mrs. Imogene
C. Fales, of Brooklyn ; and one on "The
American Idea in Political Economy" by
Lucinda B. Chandler; all of which were
thoroughly discussed by well known think
ers. The reports and papers by the Com
mittee of Philanthrophy were especially
valuable and interesting.
The first numbers of a serial edition of
Goethe's complete works, edited by Herr
Dunizer, have appeared at Stuttgart. They
are illustrated by several well known Ger
man artists, ami the edition is intended to
be a companion to the illustrated editions
of Shakespeare and Schiller issued in Ger
many some time ago.
Dante Gabriel Rossett's house in Cheyno
Walk, Chelsea, is described by Thackeray
in "Henry Esmond."
The Boston Art Club is undergoing
housecleaning preparatory to the winter
housekeeping. The building is one of tho
prettiest things in Boston. Its rounded
arched walls, the tower rising from tho
balcony of tho second story and cutting it
in two, the bold carving in terra cotta set
in panels in the walls outside the clustered
columns of the entrance is Pimple and
pleasant architectural fuatures. Tho in
terior is equally devoid of pretentious fus
Bincss. The two parlors aro finished in
cherry treated and poliahud, and the rest
of the house, which is wainscoted through
out in oak. The art gallery on tho second
floor is a square room and well lighted, and
largo in proportion to tho other depart
ments of tho buildiHg. Art Entcrchango.
The oldest record or document in the
state of Illinois is nt Knskaskla, dated
1725. It is a petition to Louis, 15th king
of France, asking a grant of common fields,
commons, etc., stating their great sufferings
the previous year (1724) from tho great
flood, which swept away all their improve
ments and obliged the people to flee to tho
bluffs opposite the vilhau and across tho
Tho ringing of the curfew bell (from
convrefreti, to cover up the lire) was a prac
tice established in England by its Norman
conqueror. All the inhabitants wero re quired
to cover their fires, extinguish their
lights, and retire to rest at nightfall, and
tho bell was rung as a signal at the ap
pointed hour. In Franco this bell was
rung long butore tho time of William, the
conqueror, as a safeguard against fires.
Paralytic strokes, heart diseaHo and kid
ney ulVeotioiiB prevented by tho use of
Brown's Iron Hitters.
Fortunes for Farmers ami Mechanics
Thousands of dollars can bo saved by us
ing proper judgment in taking care of the
health of yourself mid family, If you aro
Bilious, have sallow complexion, poor appe
tite, low and depressed spirits, and generally
debilitated , do not delay n moment, but
go at once ami procure a bottlo of those
wonderful Electric Bittors, which never fail
to cure, and that for tho trifling sum of fif
ty conta. Tribune. Bold by Harry W.
How Sweden's Princess Was Won.
V THOMAS DUNK KNORISH.
A pair who koemed of low dog-ren,
Anil Wn tho name of K nut, win bet
Ihu ulirli-boni Pilncoss Hllg-a, she.
And that the youth bad nerval her lonjr,
JlnlnV quick at errands, nkilli"l In souk,
To Jest with him 6 bo thought no wrong.
And so It ctiHtirod ono Rummer (ly,
At ohntis, to whilo tho lime away,
Tho paijo and Princes sat at play.
At lenirth nhosflld, "To plav for naught
In only sport to labor brought,
t?o lot a wBtfur tfuurdon thought."
"My diamond nerklnce," thfn nho cried,
"I'll mulch iijrniiiHt thy irrraiottt nrbbi,
The brand held pendant at thy side."
"Rut though my father's trhoKt lie wroth,
I'll rlisk tho weapon, nothlriK loth,
AKHtmU thy love ami virgin troth."
"Thy words, bold youth, shall work thoe 111;
Thou canst not win Biralnst my skill,
lint I can punish at my will."
'Hi'irin tho gamo; thnt hilt so flno
Bliall nt-ver more king bund of tblue,
Nor tbou attain bo page of uiine."
From souara to square the Bishops crept,
Tbo mrlle Knlifhts eccentric leapt,
The Castles onward stately swept.
Pawns fell In combat one by ono;
Knlffhta, Hooks, Hint Ilinhops could not sbun
Their fato before that game was done.
"Check !" cried tho Princess, all elate;
"Check I" crlod the nniro, and ernled the fate
Of ber bclcHtfiired kluij with "matel"
The Princess smiled and ald: "I lose,
Nor can 1 well to pay refuse
From my possessions pick and choose.
"Or diamonds brlirht, or chest of mld,
Or strings of pearls of worth untold,
These nuiy bo llilno to havo and hold.
"Any or all of such lie thine;
Hut. save be springs from royal lino,
No husband ever etui be mine."
"Nor Jewels rich, nor lands In fee,
Steed, rnbcH, nor cimtlcs pleasure mc;
Thy love and trolh be mliio," suid he.
".Vorshnlt thmi lnrk of state and prldo,
When sealed crowned thv lord lieflde,
As Knut, tho King of Itc'nniark' bridel"
Rlnp marriage bells from sun to Bun,
And tell the gossips as they run,
lluw Sweden's Princess has liecn won.
Mohammed was bora at Mecca about
Tho Franciscans arrived in England
in 122 4.
Christianity wa3 introduced into Jap
an in 1549.
Tho first regattas were held in Ven
ire, whence they were introduced in
England in 1775.
The first prayer-book of Edward VI.
came into use by the authority of Par
liament on Wliii-Siinilay, 1549.
The manufacture of porcelain was in
troduced into tho province of Hezin,
Japan, from China in 513, and Hozin
ware still bears Chinese marks.
The first coach that was ever in Scot
land was brought thither in 1561, when
Queen Mary came from France. It be
longed to Alexander, Lord Seaton.
Tho common law of the town of Bi
gorre was complied by assembling all
the old men and writing down such cus
toms as they declared to bo law.
Tho will of Teler the Great, written
ns ho lay dying in tho arms of Cathe
rine, was: "Let everything be given to
." She took the benefit of the doubt
The Spartans asserted that Lyeurgus
brought complete copies of tho Iliad
and the Odyssey to Greece, having ob
tained them from tho Creophyliuio, a
poetic f . " . if Samos.
When Drake returned from his voy
aire around the world in tho Golden
Hindc, and entertained Que'jn Eliza
beth at Doplford, tho crowd was so
great that tuo bridge broke down, and
many persons were drowned.
In'loWi Cromwell, doubtful of the fi
dejily of his English soldiers, provided
himself with a life-guard of 160 Swiss,
concealing his design by bringing over
many families from Switzerland and set.
lling them in London, so that the arri
val of his mercenaries was hardly no
i BEER i
JOHN JOHNSON & GO'S
Lato Kochlcr's, ou Eighth Street.
Citllforn.a Winn, Clarn of ovurv chuleo brand
and Liquor of all uluJi always ou band. Custom
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
P. RKOMM, Prsid.Mit. I P. NEKF, Vice I'reVnt
U.WELLS, Cmhlor. T. J. Kerth, Aas't cash
D I rot !:
F. Bros Ca'ro I William Kiuto. .Cairo
Peter Noff " William Wolf.... "
CM Osterloh " 10. 0. I'atler "
K.A. Uudur 11 1 11. Walls
J. Y. Ulumson, Ctlttdonla.
A (1 E.N K UAL BANKING BUSINESS DON It. .
Kmhsnge sold and bought. Intermt paid li
the Having! Department. Collection mad and
all buln promptly ttud4 to,
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 I ron Bitters 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
tively not injurious.
Saved hit Child.
i; N. Eutaw St, Baltimore, Md.
Feb. i j, 1880.
. Genu : Upon the recommenda
tion of a friend I tried Bkown's
Iron Hittihs a a tonic and re
storative for my daughter, whom
I wai thoroughly convinced u
watting away with Consumption.
Having lost three daughters by the
lerrilile disease, under the Care of
cijiinent physicians, 1 was loth to
believe that anything could arrest
the progress of the disease, but, to
my great surprise, before my daugh.
ter Had taken one bottle of Bkown's
Iron BifTBKStihe began to mend
and now is quite restored to former
health. A fifth daughter began In
show signs of Consumption, and
when the physician was consulted
he quickly said "Tonic were re
quired ;" and when Informed that
trie elder sister was takine Brown's
I hon Bittkks, responded "that is
good tonic, take it."
T.rown'sIrov Bittf.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 AID SOCIETY.
UKEKA1 EUREKA 11
A SUBSTITUTE FOB LIFE I5SUS-
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS',
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized Julvlltli, 1877, Under the Laws o
the mate of Illinois. Copyrighted Jul
9, 1877, Under Act of Congress.
JA8. 8. MedAUEY President
,i. n. mini n sun m lit Vlce-Pruitdent
M. PH I Ll.I PS sud Vlc Preident
J. A. UOLD8TINK M ...Treturcr
W. II. MAKKAN i ,. , .. ,
.?. H. PKTHIK Modtcal Advi.era
THOMAS I.KW1H Secretary
KD. 11. WHITE AsuliUnt BcreUjy
Wm. P. riTCIIKK, L. S. THOMAS,
W.C.JOCKLYN, K. V1NCKNT,
WILL T. RKUUUKN.
UO AltU OK MANAOKHS:
J. A. Goldtln, of dolilxtlne A Konwlnr, whole
sale aud retail dry good, etc. ) Jaa. N. MoOaboy,
lumber dtmlor; Win. K. Pitcher, aenurnl aunt;
Albert Lewis, dealer in Hour and grain) L. 8.
Thomas, hrlcklnyur; Mourn Phillip, contractor
aud builder; II. A. Cbnmbloy, grocer; Thoe.
Lewi, loc-rotary and attorney-! lw ; W. II. ,
Mari'sn, lUmiepathlo tihystulaui 11. Studer, of
Har.dcr A Hon. grocer; It, II. Ilalrd, trout cuper
Yior; Kd II. Wlilto, a't tee. W. 4 U. M. A. So
ciety; J. W. Spier, lumber and sw-mlll; P. L.
(lurulgon, harbor: K. H. Dietrich, clerk W.,8t. L.
AP.R. K.; M. KoMor. merchant tailor: Jeff M.
Clark, dealer In wall-paper and window (bade; J.
K. Knitllah, contractor and builder; WiUT. Ked
hurn, of More A Redbnrn, cigar manufacturers;
P. Vincent, dealor In lime and cement; L. A.
Phelps, photographer; W.C. Jocelyn, dentist; H.
II. Taber, mfg. Jeweler; J. II. Roblnon,4. P. and
notary publlo; i. 8. Petri, phyelclaa; U. W.
BotwtcK, losunnc agent: I. E. Jarboe. foreman
tH. Ok main, and I B. W a) bridge, lumber and
aw-mlll, of Cairo; H. Lelghton, caahter Net.
Bank.Btaart, Iowa; Rev. F. A. Wlkartoa, Pryor
burg, K. i J. W. Tarry, phyloUo,rulwn fcr.