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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY MORNINO, OCTOBER 12, 1882.
Mayor N, B. Thistlewnod.
Treasurer T J. Kertb.
Clerk- Di-nnls. J, Foley.
CounselorWro. U. Gilbert,
Marahal L. II. Meyers,
attorney William Uendrlrks.
UOAIU) or ALIlKHIIIK.
IHrat Ward -Win. Mctlale. T. M . Kimbrough.
SurAu Ward -Jesse Uinkle, C. N. Hughes.
Third Ward-H. K, IHake, Johu Wood.
Fourth WardCharle U. Patlcr, Adoiph 8wo-
K.rtn Werd-T. W. Hallldav. Ernest B. Petltt.
Circilll Judge -D. ' I'-uki.r.
Circuit Clerk A. 11 Irviii.
County Judgu H. H Yor.-tin.
County tlera S. J. Durum.
County Attorney J . 'A (Miuri.ii.
County Treasurer M lie W. I'nrker.
Uiroiiur K. Fltnguralri
County Cotntulsslouer-T. W. Ualltday, J.
Ulhbs and l'utr raup.
CVUKO HAr'THI'. -Corner Tenth and Poplar
, steels, preaching ant and tUird riundny in
ea-h mourn, It a in. and : a . m. : prayer incit
ing Tburday, 7:. p. in- i Sutidaf school, If.ao a.ra
llev. A. .1. HKSS Pastor.
tllL'UCU Ot THE UBI)KKHK-Kj.tiejia')
Fourteenth street; Sunday 7:00a m., Holy
Kurhar.ft; .' a. m., Sunday a tiool ; '1 uoa.m.,
Mort.tu,; I'rayers; H:mi ti. m , Evening Prayers. K.
iVDavcnport, f. T. H. Keclor.
M1SMONAKY BAPTIST CUUKCU.-
'' l'r. hli.p at loan a. n.., H p. m., and 7:30 p. ra.
ai,i.-li school at 7:30 p. m Kev. T. J. Shores,
f I I IIKHXN Thirteenth street; serviies Sab
L tain l:fi a. m.; Sunday school 2 p.m. Ke.
Km . j.pu, i' ant Jr.
Mr'.TlloDIST-Cor. Eighth atid Walunt streets,
Preachlnp Sabbath ll:i) a. m. and 7: p.m.
Hinrlsy hcuool at 4:o p. in. llev. J. A. Scarlett,
IiIlESBYTKlUAN -Eighth street; preaching on
Sabbath at 11:00 a. in. and 7:3" p. m.; prayer
me-tlng Wednesdav at 7:3') p. m ; Sunday Scheol
at H p. m. rtev B. V. George, pastor.
ST JOSEPH S--tKoman Catholic) Corner Cross
and Wait.ut streets; services Sabbath 10:SOa.
I.; Sunday School at 3 p. m.; Vespers Sp. m.; ser
rices evcrj day at 8 a. m. Hev. O'llara. Priest.
ST. PATRICK'S (Koman Catholic) Corner Ninth
street and Washington avenue; eorvtcee Sab
oatb Hand 10 a. m.; Vespers i p. m.; Sunday School
t p. m. services every da at a m. Ret. yastersoli
R. U. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. B.
THAIS. DETAllT. TRAS A RRIVI.
Mall SKUa.m I tMaII 4:ia.m
t Acoiiu'datlou.ll : a.ru 8iur 11 :W .m
tEiprec 3:V p m I Accnmdatloa..4:li p.m
MISS CBN'TRAL R. It.
tMall 4:: a m I tMall...... .. S:Wp.m
tEipren ... 10.16a m tEipre. 11:30a m
ST. L. C. It. R- (Narrow Gauge )
ExprM I'CSSa.m I 'BiprxNa 4:Sp.m
Accom'datloo. 1 : p.m I Accom'datoln li:05 p m
ST.L.. I.M.48.K. R.
Exprw ll:30p.m I tExprem.... 2'W p m
rAccom oatton. :30p m i tAccom'datlon ll :4i a.m
WABASU, ST. LOCH PACIFIC tt'Y CO.
Mall A Ki .... 4 4'S.m Mall 4 E.... KfJOp m
U.ily eicept Sunday, t Daily.
mobile oniou. r:
Mall .-..8:05 a, m. I Mail :V) p. m.
xpr 6:05 a. m. Kxpren ..J:wp. m.
gl LOUIS & CAIRO R.R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
Exprenand Mall leare. Cairo. ry dy rxrept
Buiidav.atli:i!i a. m. Arrlr.a 4:35 p. m.
Accommodation arrlvi-a at 12:05 p. ra. and de
parti at 1: p. m.
EOKOE II. LEACH, M. 1.
Physician and Surgeon.
Bpi'dal uttentlon paid to tbe Homeopathic treat
mint ofiurulcal dl.ewt-a, and diieu of women
an')rttce:nron'lUb itreot, opponlto the Post OIBce,
tt. W. C. JOCFLYN,
OFFH'B Right Ptrwt. nar Comnercta' Anna
W. K W. WHITLOCK,
Offio No. 1?. Commercial Avenne, between
Kghtband Ninth Strct
HE CITY NATIONAL HANK.
Of Uitiro. Illinois.
71 01110 LEVEE.
A General Daukiug business
TIIOS. "W. HALUDA',
JHTBRPRIBB BAYING HANK.
Of Cairo, ".
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BASK.
TIIOS. V. IIAL.L.ID AY,
While other Baking Powdere are largely
tiduHerated with Alum and other hurtful
hae heen kept unchanged in ali Its original
purity and strength. The best evidence of
its safety and effectiveness is the fact of
its buying received the highest testimoni
als from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analyzed it, frost
its introduction to the present time. Ho
other powders show so good results by the
true test-the TST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACIO BAKING POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo.,
aaihrtarm of l.np.ll. Taut Omm, Dr. PiWi pUI
l.,rll Ulracti, h Dr. frit'. lli. tftumm.
JOHN JOHNSON & GO'S
S A L 0 0 N.
Late Kochler'g, on Eighth Street.
Ca'lf im.a Winer-, Cl.'a-n of everv choice brand
and Llq'ior of all inds always on band. Co. torn
rpUE REGULAR CAIRO AND PADl'CAQ
HENRY K. TAYLOR - Mmwi
GEO. JOBES Clerk
LeavBsPadacah for Cairo datir (Sundays except-
edi at S a.m. and Monad City at l p m. Humm
ing. L.'avva Cairo at4 p. m. Mound. City at 5p. m.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE IbStil STATES.
m HU1 Ulier .,1 Jll'i.r, w i,J vt nu't uuin lumin
notlc.thu ferryboat fhree State will run ad near
J .... I... T..1...X nntll r,,.ik
u poeeioieoa ut ioiiuwiuk vnna iauic.
MATia LIAVI9 LIATI.
Foot Fourth tt. Mtsiourl Land'g. Kentucky Ld g.
6:311 a.m. 7:00a. m. 7:30 a.m.
8:30 ' 9:00 ' 9:10 "
10:) " ll:ix U:3i "
2:00 p.m. 2:Wp.m. 3:00 a.m.
Leave Leave Leave
Font Fourth tt. Kentucky Ld'g. Missouri Land's.
4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 6:10 p.m.
On last tl lp leaving Kentucky I andlug at 4:30 o'clock
p. m., the boat will go to Hlrda V oint. mamng cou
necilon with T. St. L. u&Moneor train for Cairo
First trip at fi:30 a. m. leaving Cairo, Will connect
with I . t t. L. train leaving Cairo.
PROPRIETOR OF SrROAT'S PATKNT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
T.UJKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar JLoads a Specialty.
Cor, Twelfth Street and Levee,
CII1CA00 MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY I!Y CHAS.
9;;10 P. M.
October 11, ISM!.
U: o r, M.
1:01 1'. M.
NEW YORK, OCT 9. mi.
Wheat a. W. SI "S'tl l:i No a R. W. l 09 W J
Corn No. 2 7!lc
W. F. Lamboim, rtvsr editor or ,i Hl'li.eti
and Btet-nbou paHneas'i;r a';ut. Order, for all
kinds of .teamhoat Job priutluK solicited. OIllco
at Planter. Hotel, No. 51 Ohio lovee.
The Belle Memphis lor Vicksburg this
The City of Helena lroui Memphis for
St. Louis last evening.
The Golden Crown leaves Cincinnati Sat
urday for New Orleans.
The Clinton will bo the Anchor line
packet from 8t. Louis .for Memphis this
The City of Vicksburi? arrived at 4 p. m.
yesterday, and departed for St. Louis at
The fast Hudson from St. Louis is due
here this evening for Paducah and Shawnee
town. Capt. John Griffith commands this
The Jas. W. Gaff will not come out Irom
Cincinnati this week, as she is having 6otno
repairs made on her. She will fall into
lice next week.
Yesterday was another lovely day added
to the list of others for the present month.
Business ou tho wharf was fair wit'i a
prospect of good business to-day.
The new Mary Houston from New Or
leans is due to-iuorrow. Fr a delightful
trip up the Ohio on this fine steamer se
cure tickets from Agnt Lambdin.
Capt. W. C.Tichcnor, in command of the
Granile State from Cincinnati, arrived hero
yesterday morning at 10 with a moderate
trip. Sbe discharged and received consid
erable freight, and left for Memphis at
11:30 a. m.
The John A. Scudder from Si. Louis ar
rived here yesterday evening ht 2. She had
two largo barges in tow usod tis lighters,
which hhe will leave herokfter transferring
tho freight on board. She loaves this morn
ing for New Orleans.
Tho Cons. Millar from Memphis is duo
here to-morrow morning for Cincinnati.
Capt. C. B. Ru?sell commands, and Mr.
Jas.Vorishas charge of the office. See
rasseuger Agent W. F. Lambdin and get
your tickets. Office 72 Ohio levee.
The Democrats have walked into the af
fections ot the "Rads" in Ohio to the tune
of many thousands. Well, the boys have
been getting all the sugar for a long time,
and it is right and proper that they should
begin to show some of their boasted mag
nanimity by giving tho old Democratic
ship a load to carry for while.
The Paris C. Rrown from Cincinnati is
due hero this morning for New Orleans.
She will t tko freight hero for that city and
leave this evcuing. For a pleasnut trip
south on a fine steamer under the care of
excellent officers take the Brown. Capt.
Alex Halliday is chief of ceremonies, and
Chris Young, first clerk, 'is the great at
traction of the office.
Wo are pleased to noto that Capt. John
Griffith in the U. S. court has been released
by Secretary Folger for tho unjust flue of
f 500 for carryiug on his boat, the Hudson,
50 bbla. of oil. Tho parties who made tho
seize claimed that it was illuminating oib
and Capt. Griffith in dofense claimed that it
was lubricating oil. Tho captain in tho
contest drew first blood, and the parties
who tuado the arrest throw up tho sponge.
The transfer steamer Butler V. Duncan,
whilst lying just below the ferry landing
yesterday morning about 0 o'clock, her
steam-pipe gavo way, making a vory loud
report which created great excitement along
the levee causing a general rush of people
together in tho vicinity of tlio accident from
tho way of tho steam quashed out and tho
terrible noise occasioned by it. Wo were
expecting evory moment to see the mangled
and scadlod remains of several of tho crew
taken from the supposed wreck, but wo
were happily surprised whoa wo learned
that tho accident was only a trifle and
nobody hurt. It was but a short time bo
fore the Duncan was going ahead as if
nothing had transpired.
Au Ei)j.'lisli t) nilicfito is ncyotitintr f"r
coilon liindn in the MlnaUfcipj)! tlolta,
A cahinut bL-sttiou wtw licld at I'roHiiloiit
Arthur's houso in New York Tut'sday.
The El Push hoiisn burned tit El Pbho
Junction, III. L'.is iMO.OOlX
A strike of 2, Ml) luuortrs on Northern
Pacific rail roud occurred tui account of nu
ml vancu of 50 cents a week in tho jirico of
Small pox lias broken out in seven houses
on North aventie, Chicngc.
A Chapter of Aaii Mjh.
Tim circunulaneos ti.- these: A
largo linn on a prominent liu-iiness
street proposed to Imvo its st,jro thor
oughly washed, nml so sent its janitor
to get some onp. Something iihl.ieed
him to invest in a keg of soft sn;i, and
lie started ti roll it to I he office. Tho
keg was something larger than a beer
keg and not half so substantial, but the
old man got along very well with it un
til ho came t.o a crossing. Ho was rolling
it along and got to the hie-ear track!
when a dray wheel ''it th' "i--'k. and in
a minuttj tho soap was flowing in everv
direction. The old janitor gave a
w hoop of despair, and, while he gazed
at the scene of ruin, along came a nattily-dressed
drummer. Ho didn't ob
serve tho soft soap till he stepped in it.
You know how slippery sofL soap is.
The drummer's feet shot from under
him and he never slid two rods soijuiek
ly before in his life. He scooped up
about a pint of soap with each troiiser's
leg and each sleeve. When he tried to
get up ho went down again, and a
policeman who ran to his assistance
went down, too. When they finally
got on their feet each was a sight, and
the drummer s;iid he expected to throw
away every rag ho had on and lake two
Turkish balhs to get clean. The officer
was mad, and said somebody ought to
be run in, and for want of a better per
son he was going to take the dnhumer,
but was distracted by seeing a fat man
coming along and let his led fly into
the air while his head hit a paving'sloiui
so hard it was driven an inch inlo tin?
earth. Then a man w ith a basket of
peanuts struck the flood an 1 a scene of
wild excitement ensued, the boys who
Jumped in to get the nuts being uj
in nil ways, finally n horse ear camo
along, and when it struck the soap-besmeared
spot the horses went down so
tttiek it made the driver's head swim.
He frantically leaped oil the ear and at
once went down himself, lace first, and,
gasping, got so much of the soap ami
tilth in his mouth that it produced nau
sea and all the money ho could afford
for beer didn't get the taste out of his
mouth for a wtek. Tho horses, in their
nttfinpts to rise, broke the harness, and
there was particular perdition to nav
till tho street-cleaning brigade canfo
along and cleaned up the soap. Tho
janitor, seeing trouble ahead, had lied
during the early part of the proceed
ings, but the officer says if he catches
tho man tho easo'll be heard from in
court. Chirntjo .Vits.
In the Yellowstone.
A member of a party in Yellowstone
Park fell down the crater of a geyser
while trying to secure a he'iiitifiil speci
men of mineral formation. His com
panions shrieked as they saw him fall.
They lowered a light into tho crater as
far as they could. Nothing could bu
secu. By dropping pel, hies they dis
covered that at a depth of about fifty
feet the crater was filled with water.
They gavo him upas lost, and, with
6ad hearts, loft tho scene. The next
noon ho came into camp with another
fiarty of gentlemen, alive and well. Ho
ell into the water, but came ngain to
tho surface, and hung to a rock. Ho .
heard his friends' voices, but could not
mako them hear him. He stayed there
until r o'clock in tho afternoon, when
ho heard a sound like distant thunder.
Suddenly tho water was rising, find con
tinued to riso more rapidly. At last ho
found himself at the point from which
ho had fallen. Although exhausted ha
exerted his remaining strength in climb
ing to tho surface. This reached, ho
managed to crawl somo distance away
from the mouth of tho crater, where ho
lost consciousness. When he recovered
he was being caret! for by strangers
tho men w ho conducted him to his com
rades. Tho water was warm, but a few
moments before he left it began to bu
hoi and to boil furiously.
Women ns Poultry Raisers.
Tho custom practiced in franco of al
lowing tho wife so many francs a month
or year as pin money, to uso ns she
pleases, is one that should be generally
adopted, especially in tho United Stales.
On the farm the care and profits of
some, if not all tho poultry, could ho
very properly transferred to" tho women
ot tho household. Tho care of poultry
is a business naturally adapted to wo
man, as it requires patience ami atten
tion, and, at the same time, kindness
nnd gentleness, traits too often lacking
in tho sterner sex. There is no event
in connection with poultry raising, dur
ing tho whole year, which has not Its
interest for those who euro for tho luno
cont creatures of the farm yard. Wheth
er it bo feeding grateful bipeds, gather
lug eggs, hatching tho chicken or re
ducing the Hocks in the fall to suit win
ter quarters -all have their charm, and
excite tho Interest and sympathy of
their faithful attendants. There is much
complaint among physiologists that
American ladies l'oso health and beauty
earlier than they ought for want of suf
ficient out-of-door air and exercise, and
this occupation litis, among' Its other
benefits, that of sending thoni dally
abroad Inlo tho pure, outer air, and ln
citing a love for rural, natural beauty
not found anion x those whom no such
I beauty tempts from the fireside.
MosiiOE, Mien., Sept. 23, 1875.
Huts I have been taking Hop Bitters
for iudammaiion of kidneys and bladder.
It has done for mo what four doctors failed
to do. The effect of Hop Bitters seemed
like magic to me. y L. Carter.
A CoiiKu, Cold or Sore Throat
should bo stopped. Neglect frequent re
sulU in an Incurable Lung disease or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder tho stomach like cough syrjps
and balsams, but act directly on the inllatn
ed parts', ftllaylug irritation, give relief in
Asthma. Rronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
I'u'ilic Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recon. mended by physicians, and alwajs
give prit'ect satisfaction. Having been
ti Bled by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire ueDeration. thev have attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 25 cents a
I-f . 13. INCE,
-Mtfiinfttctiirnr and Dealer In
(itb Strict, between Cuni'l AVe. and Leveo.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY,
ALL KINDS OF AMUMTION.
Safe I'm .laired. All KlndK ol Keyi Made.
NEW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND KKTAIK
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY-
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EU Ac CO..
Cor. Nineteenth etret fli.rv I'll
(..w)iir.,.icl!Avimol t.UlTV) 111
ItEI'OliT OF THE CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL HANK
at Cairo, hi the Stale ot lllinul, at the close of
October aril. 18112,
l.oiitiH mi I .. !,.!
$ 4,:i7:' 13
II. S. bumlH lo secure circula
I '. S bonds on hand
Oilier nlo( ks, homlH and niori-
Duo from approved rctcrvu
Mir-'iil-i IM.-'SO hh
Dm from other National Imuk U,is3 U7
Due Iron, Stuto liiuiku and
banker 20.108 .'8-l-'3.1T;t 40
m ill emme, niruliuro nnd llx-
Current exp.-iiaua and taxea
piu-l ,. -
Cli-'i'kH and other cash Ileum.. $ '.'.5as 74
iiiiih oi ouier uiiiiKK 20,114 (Mi
Fractional paper currency,
nii kelHiiud iK'tmie 5S0 00
tioltl ....tir.lllj (Kl
Sliver 3.717 UOai.73H 00
Leiml Tender note 1.VKJU 00 5'.',l-t 71
Redemption fund with U.S.
Treasurer, (ft Her ceul. of cir
Capital fleck pnld in j im.Utt 00
SurplttH Kiind k'fi.noo no
I mllvliteil I'roilu n,M an
Niiilounl lunik uutctt oiilHliind-
Individual dcpo-lts unlijuct lo
clieek $1.12.18-1 M
Deinitiiili'-riiili-iiti-r ofilen)Kll, 14, Ml- 8:i
Due to oile r National bank, 3,Mi3 i l
Due to stale bunks nud
Imnkem 48,074 03- 410,8 1 7 89
Totai $7H2,I)72 'iS
State of lllliiola comity of Alexander, a.
1. Tlei". A . Ilallid.iy, Candler of the abovn named
hank, do i-oleumly avveur Unit the above atatemeut
la true to the Iivhi of my knowledge aud belief.
Tuiih. W, lUu.iiiAY, Cavliier.
Siibdcrlbed aud aworn to hulore mo tills llih day
or Oct, issi. M.J, Uowi.ky, Notary public,
K. II. rt'NNINOlUX, )
O. D. Wii.liamhon, V Director!
11. II, CiNIIKK, I
Commercial Avenue anil Klghth Street
OA mo, ILLS. .
', HUOS. President. I r, NSFF, Vice l'rei'nt
ll.WKM.S, Cmhlur, T. J. Kortb, Aaa't caali
K. IlroM Cairo I William Kiuto. .Cairo
I'olerNeir " I William Wolf.... "
C. M OHterloli " I f - O. Pallet "
K. A. Under " I II. Well
, J. Y. Clemron, Caledonia,
A (IBXEKATi DANK1NO IIUSINKH8 0Jk.'
JTrl,.,,j .,-vhl and boiltlllt. IntHltilt tisbl ll
...i.... li..,ni,iinuitl (?till,i-. liil-a mailt, and
nil btitluvini promptly attcudeil to.
uiv nnviiiK .......... .
the universal success of
Brown's Iron Hitters is sim
ply this : It is the best Iron
preparation ever made; is
compounded on thoroughly
scientific, chemical and
medicinal principles, and
docs just what is claimed for
it no more and no less.
By thorough and rapid
assimilation with the blood,
it reaches every part of the
system, healing, purifying
and strengthening. Com
mencing at the foundation
it builds up and restores lost
health in no other way can
lasting benefit be obtained.
TVirborn Ave., Chicago, Nov. 7.
ih ive heon a grMt sulTi rrr from
a vciy weal: Mom.it-!, iicartburn, and
ilyspcruia in in wotstform. Nearly
everything I ala enve me ditrms,
and 1 coul.t eat but little. I havs
tiied every thinijrecoinmeiitlcii, have
t.kcn the prescription of .1 dnj'-n
fhysirians, Lut got no relief until I
t'jok Ilror-n'a irori Bitters, I f'.-cl
none of tie; old trnu'utes, and am a
i-.i-w mail I am getting much
Itrimg.-r, and feel first-rate. I am
a railroad engineer, and now make
my trips regularly. I can not :iy
too much in praise of ynur wonder
ful medicine, I). C. Mack.
Brown's Iron Bitters
docs not contain whiskey
or alcohol, and will not
blacken the teeth, or cause
headache and constipation.
It will cure dyspepsia, indi
gestion, heartburn, sleep
lessness, dizziness, nervous
debility, weakness, &c.
Ue onty Brown'l Iron Bitter made by
Brown Chemical Co., Baltimore. Crossed
4 liaca and trade-mark on wrapper.
I I'iiOSl'KCTI.'S I
THIS "OLD JiELIABLE NEWSI'APEE,
Journal for the South ami West.
In luaulnjfiti prospectuu Tor 1HS2-'!!, tbe Mlsaou.
rl Kepublltan polau to tbu co.rpiute fulUliuuiit of
all iu paai piounnen. Daring the last year, (with
tneopuniiiiiol new llu of communication, upre.id
luij iu eveiy direction), It baa greatly increased ha
telegrapbic rvice; aiignieutotl 10. corps of editors,
reporters and rorn-epoiidents; Improved Its me
chanical features: h.o r..r. I n a......... ... .....i
int! ana arrauglng the uews, aud maiutuiued, iu
.rB V . , "-""'"cter 01 11s conieuts, tne repjta
lion U baa long held throughout tho whole fcotiih
western country us tno
USHT hkWsl'Al'KK I'ltiNTEIJ.
The ItiMillblfrnn hud flldia,,....! ull . .
.--."..- mi atlulUIIB rib
nvairy or coiupetlliou, und Is now the only Demo
;"" i-un 11 uiiiiBjjur puoesueu iu M. Luuis.
Its support of the priuclpals 01 the Democratic
paaly is universally recognised as sironij lu li.tfio,
wuilnl moderate und conservative tn touo lu Its
expu.-.tireol'trie corruption, pioKlgacy and evil
leudeucles of the Uepuiiltcan i-arty, it la fearless
aud AtrerttMMivii. Hut. it lu in thu ,,,-i..i.iui .
of the Sou ill ami West agriculture, commerce and
iuu wvtuiiuic arts mat tuts paper flnds. its widest
and most produ live Ueld. Neit to collecting aud
commenting upon the most Interesting news of
the Ouv. Its euerL'iu urn ili,vni..i 1., , ..
and piosperity ol
tus oniiAT Misstssirri vallcv
And the tributArv rriinn . hVmt, !,. ..!...........
,. J i.-u, ,., uiuiiii p umra
seuhBllonallsnj Is carefully excluded, with the
,i" ui uii.iUK H xtliCUIIIll VWIWf tu till) pur, Bt
home circles. To tbe fanner, murctiuut, trader,
mautlHi turer. hanker, nr l,nBni...a mu . ......
clas, it Is iu(lipeu.-alile. lis financial aud com
mercial eports are lull and reliable. Kverymovo
nieni nf trade, commerce, irauHport.itlnii, is
faiihlully reeoid d. With all this, it linds room
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