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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1882.
irevor N.II. Thittlewood.
Trusurr T J. Kerth.
Clerk Di-milt. J, Koluy.
Couusclur-Wm. B. Gilbert.
Uarhl-L. H. Meyera.
BOIKU or ALDIHHIN
inret Ward-Win. Mc Halo. T. M. Kltabrougb.
.H.jrxjud Ward-Jeee llmkle, O. N. Hughe.
Third Ward B. K, Blake, John Wood.
Fourth Werd-Cbarle O. Patler, Adoipb Swo
Vlfili Ward-T. W. UaMdav. Ernest B. Pettlt.
Circuit J udtre O.J. linker.
Circuit Clerk A. 11. Irvln.
County Judire K. ii Yocum.
County Clera-8. J. Ilumm.
County Attorney J. M. Damron.
County Treasurer Mile W. Parker,
riberltr John Hodge.
Coruuer-lt KiUtferala ,.. . .
County CoramlMioncra-T. W. Hallldey. J. A.
Ulbbt aud Petor fcaup.
ClAlllO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and Poplar
t mrteu; preaching first end Itilrd Sunday! la
each raonta.lla. ra. and 7;) o. m. sprayer meet.
1HUHCU Of THE REDttKMHBr (Bjilioopaij
j Fourteenth etreet; Bnnday 7:00 a m., Uoly
Kucbarlst; :!) a.m., Sunday achool; '1:00a.m.,
Morning Prayer; fc:i"o p. ra., Evening Prayer. K.
p. Davenport, H. T. B. Hector.
rit'.HT MISSION AKY BAPTIST CHCKCH.-
lwhli.g at 10:80 a. n... 5 p. in., and ! p. m.
al.hatb ithool at 7:S0 p. m Kev. T. J. Shore,
I ITIIEKAN-Thlrtweutb etreet; tenrlu Bab
j bait l:i a. in i Bnnday ecboolJp Di. Her.
Kr.rn.t-, pat )r.
MdTU' iDlhT--tor. K!ehth and Waiuut irU.
PmrMng Pebbetb 11:00 a. m. and7: p.m.
tuuday Scuonl at 4:X)p. m. Kev. J. A. hcurrett,
I litKs-UTTKHIAN -Eighth ttreet; p-eecnlng on
i Sfthkaib al 11:00 a. m. and 7:S0p. tn.SPreyer
me:tiuc Wedneedav at J:Wp. m.; Sunday Scheol
st s p. n. Key H. V. ieore, paator.
T JOKI'U 8--tKomen Catholic) Corner Cro
n nd Walnut treeu; torvtce bahbath 10:Oa.
r.; Sunday school at i p. m. ; Veaper 1 p. m. ; er
ritu every day at 8 a. m. He . O'Uara, r neat
ST. PATRK'hVB-cHoniao Catholic) Corner Ninth
s'rtei and Washington avenue; erv1ce Sab
oaih 8 and 10 a. m.; Vesper 8 p. m.; Bunday School
t p. ra. service every day at 8 a m. Ret. Masterson
R. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
TRMMS l.PAT. TRAM A.HR1VB.
Mali .8.03 a.m ItMetl 4:01 a.m
Accomdation.ll:loe.a Exorea 11:10 a.m
(Eipress 8:50 p. m I Accnmdatlon..4:15 p.m
C. st. L. 4 N. O R. R. (Jackeoo Rant).
tMall :m.mvStaU .. 4:ip.m
Kirr 10::X) a in tBxire 10.90 a m
tAc'modatiun 8:10 p m
ST. L. p. K R. (Narrow Ga-ige.)
Ei-prcs S;16 a.m I 'Kiprssa 4: p.m
Accotn'datlon. l;on p.m I Afia'datlon 11:4) a m
ST. L.. I.M 4 8. R. R.
Express U:3op.a tExpret 8:80 o to
WaHASU. 6T. LOUS 4 PACIFIC R'T CO.
Mall A Hi.... 50 vm I eMail 4 Ex.... :pm
Aixow'datlon 8:51 p.m Arcoro'dation 11:10 a.m
Daily except Hundr. t Dally.
MOBILE 4 OHIO B R'.
Mall ..5:55 a.m. I Mail .9:10 p. m.
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Qaickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Line liunaint;
9 DAILY TRAINS
Making Dieeot Connection
TRih Liati Cai.:
3:UO um. Mail,
Arriving In 81. Loul 8:48 a.m ; Cnlcago.8:J0 ti.m. J
CounScunK at Jdin and Effingham for Cincin
nati, LonUvtlle, indtunapolu aud polnU Eaat.
1 1 :1U a.m. W. IouU una Vetrn
Arriving In St. LoulaT:05 p. m., and connoctlnn
for all point Wct. ,
3:00 p.m. Fnjt lCpre)
JorSt. Loul and Chlc,n. arriving at St. Loul
10:40 p.m., and Chicago 7;l a.m.
:i ;SO p.m. Clnuinnftti Kxprea.
ArrWiug at Cincinnati 7:00 a m.; Uunrllle 6:53
a m.; Indlanapolt 4:0R a.m. Paatengtr by
Ihi 4ralu roach the abovo polut 1 to 38
UOl'US in advance of any other tout.
trTho3:ri p. m. oxprc ba PULLMAN
SLKEPINO CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, wltho'it
fhangoa, and through loeperito 8t. Loali and
Fast Time East.
1 ASSeilgerS ,fn point without ny delay
Cuedby Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrlvo In new Yo'k Monday
uornliig at 10:85. TUIrly-Blx hour In advancoof
nv other routo, .
IWFor through tlckoti and furtbor Information,
iiplyat llllnol Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
'v J. 11. JON IB. Ticket Agent.
A. II. TJ AN BON. Gen. Pa. Agent. Chicago
EOHOE II. LEACH, M. D.
Phvflioian and Surgeon.
Special attention paid to t he Homeopathic treat
ttent of (iirglcal dtioaiel, and diiea'ee ' women
Office! On 14th itrent.oppoMte the Pott Offlce,
H. W, C J0CFLYN,
OFIT1CE Eight Street, near Comnerclal Avene
11. E W. WHITL00K,
Omen-No. 188 Commercial Afo, betwwa
JtgM'jand ninth Street
FL0UJ GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
HisrhnHt Cash Prie P&id fop Wheat.
Commercial Aveuue and Eighth Street
r. BROS8. Prmdent.
U. WKLlS, Cibler.
P. NPP. VlcePrn'ni
T. J. Kcrth, A't cs.b
F. Broil.. ...
Ca'rol William Kioto. .Cairo
CM Onterloh . " ICO. patter.
a. A. Budur " n. Well
J. V. Clemron, Caledonia.;
AGKNRHV BANEINO BUSIN8B8 DONE.
Exchange 'old and bought. Interef t paid it
the Savtnga Department. Collection made and
all buaiQeai promptly attended to.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
1T THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATHS R Ac CO..
jor. Nineteenth meet 1 PjlirA 111
( ommerciai ATvcoe I vv
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RCN A3 FOLLOWS.
ON AMD AFTXR X05DAT, O0TOBXR 31,
Exnruiia u. Mail leava Cairo, everv day except
Ku"riav,al8:tS a m. Arriv. at at St. Loul at
8:30 p.m Arrive at Cairo at 4:H5 p. m.
Accornmodatloo arrive at 11:40 a
m. and de
part at 1 WO p. m.
"EW HORSE SHOEING SHOP.
I have opened a
on 9lb atreet. between Commercial and Wathtng
ton ave . hiving given idle buaine my tpeciai
Over Twenty Years
I foel conndent I can give perfect aatUfactloo. I
have not onlv given my attention to
MAKING AND FITTING 8HOE3,
hut hv made be cintrtctioa of the foot and
llmbaattu iy alto, whlca enable me to fit my
ho it properly and In a doing relieve the horee
from a great deal or Injury tiat be would otter
wle boanhjjet to.
Hoping br strict attention to DQtlnet and fair
dealing to receive a liberal htre of the public pat
ronaee. four Reipect JOHN McCLELLAM.
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE VcVl STATES.
On and after Momlav. JulvJI. an! until further
nottc-.the ferryboat fbree Statue will ruittt near
a pottlbleon tue followlug time table:
MiVil L1AVBI LIAV
Foot Fourth it. Mlitourl Land's. Kentucky Ld g.
8:3(1 a. m.
7:00 a. m,
2:30 p. m.
7:30 a. m.
8:00 p. m.
Foot Fourth t. Kantnr.ky Ld'g. Mltioorl Land'g.
4:00p.m. 4:30 p. m. 6:10 p.m.
On latt trlpleavtng KentU'-kr landing at 4 :S0 o'clock
p. m , the boat will go to Bird Point, making con
nection with T. A St. L. pa ongor train for Cairo.
Flrnt trip at 8:30 a. m. leaving Cairo, Will connect
with T. 4 St. L. train leaving Cairo.
D Stoves 3D
No. 27 D 8th St,
S Tinware. B
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY BY CHAB. CUNNING
11:80 A. M. Novomber 17, lStBt. ,
November. December. Jannary.
Pork $17 M) $17 55
Wheat 9.1 9U IHK
Corn 874 WW 6H
Pork 117 8'. J17 0 $17 6 "A
Wheat 9 9)1 94H
Corn 6t'4 8 M 644
l'CO P. M.
Pork 17 9! $17 17 87H
Wheat VA 91'4ii US
Corn t 61 54
Oat 30 ai M
Corn- 194 car. 2P,00 bnabel Canal.
MEN WOMEN AND BOOKS.
EDITED IN THE INTEREST 09 THE CAIRO
Mrs. Oliphant is writing a book on Ven
ice. Miss Charlotte M. Godzs is writing a
leriei of historical ballads.
A new lease of life has been giren to
Mrs. R Hartwick Thorpe's "Curfew
shall nut ring to-night," by the handsomely
engraved illustrations of Merbill and Gar
rett. In consequence of the uuBottled state of
EtfYPt, M. Rcnau has delayed his visit to
Sinai and Palestine till February, 1883. He
is now bard at work on his "History of
Israel" and on the index of his "Origines
du Christianisme," which is pirtly in
The publication of Syno Is' great "His
tory of the Renaissance in Itally," which
was tentatively begun with a single part,
has been so far encmraged that it is about
to be completed by the publication of the
last two parts the "Italian Literature."
The earlier parts were The Fine Arts, The
Ages of the Depots, and The Revival of
The second volume of Prof. Ebers' superb
work on "Egypt" has been received from
the publishers, and the b)o' is now
completed. Its author could ask no better
monument to conserve his fame as a scholar
Baron Taucbnitz, the well known'Ger-
man publisher, commemorated the new
year of 1882 by a memorial volume, the
two thousandth of his series. It contains
natures of all the American and English
writers whose works are included in the
Taucbnitz series. '
Miss Rose Kingsley, daughter of the lute
Charles Kingsley, will contribute several
articles to Wide Awake during the coming
At a meeting of friends in Clu ster, Penn.
in commemoration of the Penn bi-ce iten-
nial, the following letter and poem by Mr.
Wbittier was read :
Danvers, Mass., 10, 7, 1833.
To Sa ab B. Filtcraft. Cneaier, Penn.
Mr Dear Friend:-It is well that
friends should commemorate the landing
of tho founder of Pennsylvania, and the
great apostle ot their faith, on the pleasant
ehoroB of Chester tw. hundred years ago.
The event, so picturesque in its surround
ingsand circumstance, so important in its
remits and influences, is a subject worthy
of tho poet's pun or tho painter's pencil. I
should bo glad if it were possible for mo to
put into fitting metrical form the thoughts
and emotions which it awakens; but the
burden of years begins to rest heavily upon
me, and I shrink from the effort of hand,
ling such a theme.
In spite of the endeavor of a historian
more regardful of the display of his rhetoric
and sarcasm than of historicol accuracy aud
justice, the memory of William Penn is se
cure in itsgrandoutlinsanduDsulled purity,
lie stands, and will forever stand, with the
sages, statesmen and philanthropists, of
whom tho world of their day was not
worthy. He lived and thought centuries
in advance of his contemporaries; and
slowly but surely, tho generations since
have been approaching the moral and
political standard which be set up on the
shores of the Delaware.
Looking over some old papers recently,
I found some verso writton by mo wheu
a boy of sixteen, noarly six years ago. Of
course th circumstances under which they
wero penned alone entitle them to notice,
but I ventured to Bond thetu as tha onlv
response to thy request which I can make.
I am truly thy friend.
John G. Whittier.
The tyrant on hit glided throne,
The warrior tn hi battle drutt.
Tb holler trio mi) h ne'er have known
Of Justice and ol rlghteouane.
Founder of Pennylvanlal Thou
DIAtt feel It, when tbr word of peace
Smoothed the ttern cbioflaln'i swarthy brow,
And bade tbo dreadful war-dance eeate.
Ob Bcbuylklll's bank no forte frowned,
Tbt peaceful cot alons wa there;
No beacon flei th hill top crowned,
. Nc duattt tbotwpt the Delaware.
la meaner meek, Id precepts mild,
Theu and thr friends tereuoly taught
Tb s ivage huntsman, flare and wild,
To rat to Heaven bl errlug thought.
How all unlike tho bloody band
That unrelenting Cortoz led
To princely Monteauma' land, "
And ruin 'round hi pathway ahod.
With heart that know not how to ai'xre.
Diadalning n llder moan to try
Tho crlmroo sword alone wa thero,
i be Indian' choice to yield or die.
But thou, meek Pennavlvanlan aire,
Unarmed, alone, from terror free,
Taugb' by th heathen council fire
The 'esom of Cbritlaulty.
Founder of Pennylvunlar state -
Not on the blood-wet roll of fame,
But with the wlae, the good, the great.
The world thall place thy tainted name.
CACHE L ST TEH.
Do you ask the cause of my lung si
lence? Well, I have been getting culti
vated; and during the time could not af
ford one moment for epistolary pleas
This is how it was: D tring a visit to
my sister-iu-Uw, in Vienna, (that is in
Johnson county) I discovered that I was
clear out of the world. Not behind the
times, understand; on the contrary, they
were behind me. In dress and furni
ture everybody wa going bacEward at a
startling roto of velocity, leaving me
standing stock still. Not exactly, either.
My momentum, not affected by the inertia
of the retrograding world, had been suffi
cient to keep me going on till I encount
ered en external force the thing lba
once in a while, looms up before the per
petual motion man.
Wheu this force, i.e., my discovery, had
fully acted upon me, my motion ceased, as
a matter of course. Thanks to the sugges
tions of unselfish friend?, dealers' cata
logues, art journals, etc., I soon was mov
ing again, but in the opposito direction;
and have fully caught up fallen back,
rather, with the other cults. Nowadays
the very newest things aro the oldest. This
may seem strange to the uninitiated. But
those ot us who are imbued with an appre
ciation of the beautifully pure in art, re
alud thai the ancients were more percep
tively uiHtaphysicil than we ; we are,
therefore, quite willing to forget our own
psychomachy while humbly imitating
them in a feeble way.
My house is now equal iu artistic effects
to any I saw while in Vienua; it is cb"tely
classic enough to nlnaa'f nHl An.
cicut. The only thing '.o mar my tnetla-
ble satisfiedness when I guze upon the poe
try f furniture about me, is the memory of
the time when, in uncultivated modernuess,
I deemed it a delight to select such things
according to my own fancy.
Think of th difference batween now
and then. All I hud to do this summer
was to bend a- description of my looms,
with a request for advice on tall house-
cleaning to "the fe-.thetic housefurnishiog
decorative artist?, Atelier," Broadway, N.
Y., and await directions It was impotsi
ble to convince that stubborn clod of a
Dtrius that embroidered portieres aro a
necessity, so those horrid wooden doors-
stiff, ungraceful things ! must be endured
a little longer. But I followed as nearly
aslcoutd tho aitista' helped guidance in
the front room, at least, feeling that they
knew exactly what I ought to get.
Tho ceilinir is blue, with olive-green
walls, tho two colofs so beautifully blended
by a neparating band of terra-colta, re
lieved by black snd gold beetles and liz
ards classically pursuiug each other. The
curtains aro greenish blue, suggeitive of
Bky aud grass, with a spider's web, its busy
weaver and his prey, all outliued with
charming fidelity to lifo. Darius says that
it looks like I was a trilling woman, to
have the windows all strung over with cob
webs. When I go into tho room in a
hurry, without thinking, it Btrikes me so
too; but I don't let him know it I
A table cover of a dull rose pink with a
single sunflower outlined in the centre, the
petals falling about in a careless aoanoon,
is a remiuder both in tint and design oi
the retreating summer aud Oscar. Its
hues melt with a delicious readiness into
the carpet of old gold strewn with purple
thistles. Ilarmoniziug as both do witn
ceilings, walls and curtain, the music of
the room, the song of colors, bo to speak,
were yet au uufiuinhed molody, but for the
That is the key-noto of the whole 1 Ini-
ftslnfl a blue Meld, like au Egyptian sky,
not marred by anything save oue solitary
pea-fowl feather, bont and lying obliquely
across it as though itwas ju t plucked from
the glorious bird. It is so sweetly, bo
sadly, alone 1 It makes mo think of Cleo
patra'i Needle, the majestic Sphinx,
Thothms, and the poor little dead wasp
that was found i.i tho mummy's coffin.
My eyes suffuse. I cannot linger, even to
describo my new gmss-boquet whose bc
voro elogauco comprise two stalks of cats
tail and orto of wild oat, raising their slen
der height from sn ancient earthen rocep
tacle, upon which i etched the foot of a
Ouly ono foot, and yet o suggestive I
Those few chaite storkos give me food for
thought for days at a time: rich nourish'
ment it it for the mind to complete1 the
picture. Here a stroke, there a toueS and
lo I the entire bird. Methinks I hear it'a
"honk, honk P Rested, I return with re
newed zest to domestic task's' made light
by such soulful, satisfying refreshment.
The foregoing has not been thrown off as
a hint that you are painfully modern io
your town. Not by any means. You, too,
have gone back; clear back, anterior to
the time of the money changers spoken of
by sacred writers. When you thnw open
your "lit)u8..g of prayer" to traveling ad
vertising mediums whose songs overshadow
and mako secondary tho exhortations of
the expounders of Holy Writ, are you not
in a fair way to advance stil! further in
the footsteps of those whose tables were
thrown over and whoj seats were taken
from them after that ruemorabln entry into
Jerusalem one day so long, ago 1 Or is it
that you are so harmless as doves, and aa
thoughtless, while'the Knights of Wizard
Oil, wise as serpents, used their talents as
an entering wedgo for a position in the
church portico, where the devout may
purchase their unctuous wares? It really is
a quite genteel method of advertising, and
ono which the proprietor of tho Theatre
Comique will probably not be slow'in tak
Yesterday morning wo saw the first frost
of tho season. It may be that thick corn
shucks moan a cold winter, but we can
more easily believe that tho thick spider
webs of a few weeks since meant a long
warm autumn. If this weather should last
much longer your Florida-bound citizens
would be loathe to leave you, evon for the
delights of fruit growing without the cur
culio. Mrs. D. Ghkrv.
Cache, Nov. 14th, 1882.
Hon. A. N. J. Crook, mayor of Spring
field haj issued a circular to tho several
mayors of the cities of Illinios asking for a
conference with them on the subject of
roads. He believes that his fellow mavors
recogniza the fact that the commercial,
manufacturing haod'cratt and laboring in
terests centered in the cities of Illinois are
inseparably connected with and largely de
pendent upon the agricultural districts sur
rounding the same; tint the stitu is now
free from debt; that our people sre pros
perous; and that atteatiou bhoull at once
be directed towards po&aiblo Deimanent
. r-,rrrr -HIM' ...
The generally assembly will convene
again next January. Tut propriety of or
ganizing general interest upou this subject
of permauent state roads by concurrent
action ou the part of several city govern
ments is suguested to me by many repre-
aeutttivu citizen. Thero is no doubt but
Buoh a conference held in this city Thurs-
lay, December 7th, would result in form-
ulHiing such a roid law as would not only
receive the indorsement of the general as-
emhy, but 8'icurn permanent state roads,
as well as prove of economic advaatago to
The fii.-.Med conference Bhould be
There is no question that hould b of
more interest to the people ot X i 1 1 -nois
then the road question, and no time
should be lout in adopting souio nystein by
which passable permanent state roads may
bo mado In every part of Illinois.
Should the state undertake this work?
Certaiuly. Why not? But how can the
state do tho proposed work? That is a
matter of detail, and the conference of may
ors may be able to determine it in a satis
factory mannor. One thing might and
should bo done. The convicts in our peni
tentiaries should bo taken from all the
trades at which they are now working in
competition with the mechanics of our
state, and bo put at the work of stone-
breaking. The macadam thus made should
be furnished to the several counties of tho
state uu lor rules prescribed by law and bo
used in road building. And more than this.
All the men confined in our jails for petty
crimes should be made stone-breakers, and
the material thus provided should be used
in tho construction nf roads.
But whatever is done must he done in
pursuance of a system, and bofore any sys
tem of road construction is decided upon it
Bhould tie carefully considered from every
possible standpoint of objection.
JAMES KELCII& CO.
ll. T. GEHOULD AND
O. P. N E W Ii A N D.
AND OAS FITTERS,
DltlVK WELLS, FORCE AND
LIFT PUMPS KUKS1SHRD AND PUT
UP IN A WORKMANLIKE
MANNKff, GAS FIX
TURES Of all k ndfufnUliel to order, old flxtnm re-
hronxed; jo'ililiiii prunji'ly atiemLvl to. Order
received al Daniol Ha tutau't o: t tlo bop,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE BETWEEN
NlNBTll AND TBS Til STREET",
That's a common expres
sion and has a world of
meaning. How much suf
fering is summed up in it
The singular thing about
it is, that pain in the back
is occasioned by so many
things. Maybe caused by
kidney disease, liver1 com
plaint, consumption, cold,
nervous debility, &c
Whatever the cause, don't
neglect it. Something is
wrong and needs prompt
attention. No medicine has
yet been discovered that
will so quickly and surely
cure such diseases as
Brown's Iron Bitters, and
it does this by commencing
at the foundation, and mak
ing the blood pure and rich.
Lpgamport, Ind. Dec. i, tlta.
For a Imif rime I haw been a
uflertr front atomacH and kidney
disease. My appetite waa very poor
and tha vary amall amount I aid eat
dltagrcad with ae. I wai annoytd
very much from non-retentiea of
urine, I triad many rtaedie with
no lucecu, until ( utcd Brewn'e
Iron Bitter. Bince I used that my
ttomach doe aot bother me aay.
My appcUtaleeimply immense. My
kidney trouble la no more, and my
leoeral bealtk I eueh.that J taal
like a new man. After the at of
Brown' Iroa Bittera for one month,
I have gained twenty pouaoa la
weight O. B. SaaoiMT.
Leading physicians and
clergymen use and recom
mend Brown's Iron Bit
ters. It has cured others
suffering as you are, and it
will cure you.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
REK A l EUREKA 11
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE llsUB
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
of OA ii to.
Organized Julv 11th, 1877, TJnder the Laws o
the Statoof Illinois. Copyrighted Jul,
9, 1877, Under Act uf Congress.
OP" FN 'Kits:
.US. 8. MnOAHET Pretld.nl
.1 U. KOBINKON let Vlce-Pretid.nt
M. PHILLIPS UndVlce-Preeldeat
J . A. GOLH8TINK Treasurer
JL'BETWB milctl '"
TIIOMA8 I.EWIB .' ....Secretary
ED. II. W'UITK Aielalant Secretuy
Wm. T. PITCH Kit, L.S.THOMAR,
W.C.JOCELYN, Y. VINCENT,
WILL T. EEDBCRN.
DOARP OF MANAGERS)
J. A. Goldatlne. of Ooldntlne A Roeen water, whole
tale and ret ol dry good, etc.; Jaa. 8. McOabey,
lumber dealer; Win. P. Pitcher, general aeent;
Albert Lewis, dealer in flonr ana gralui L.8.
Tboinet, bricklayer; Mosee Phillip, contractor
aud builder; II. A. Cbumbloy, grocers Tboe.
Lewie, lurrutarv and attorney-et-law; A. H.
Martian, H.iiueiiaihlo phyticlant H Ba der, of
Hacdor 4 Hon. irrocert; K. 11. Balrd, tiree toper
vnor; Ed H White, aat't ec. W, O. M. A. Br
clety; J. W. Spier. Inmher aud w-mlll; K, L.
Gernliion, barbr: R B Dietrich, clerk W., Bt L.
AP.H K.; M. Kohier merchant tailor: Jeff M.
Clark, dealer In wall-paper and window enadee; J.
E KnitHah. contractor and builder; WtHT. Red
burn, of Morse A Rednurn, cigar manufacturer;
K. Vincent, deal' tn Hme a d eemem; L A.
Pheip, photographer; W C Jocelvn, dentist S
H. Tabor, mfg. Jeweler; J. II. Kobinaon, J P. an '
notary public; J. 8. Peine, th iclan; U. w.
Bottwlrk, insurance agent; K. E Jarboe. foremaa
bt.Uaa main, and R K. Wal bridge, lumber ae.t
aaw-ral'i. of Cairo) H. Lelghtoo. fa-bur Nat.
Bank, Stuart, Iowa; Re, f. A. Wllkeraon. Pivore
bojg,Ky.J.W. Tarry, phyiWaa.ruJWB, Ky.