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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. S5iH0RNIN0( NOVEMBER
AIEO . BUL
I f ritv Ofticfira.
J ' 8 , , , J
l'reeeuror T J.Kerth.
Ucr iKDiiln. J, Koley.
Cuunlor--Wm. B. Gilbert.
Marshal L. II. Muyer.
ttiurney William Uetdrlck.
in ku or ki.vtnm
'tret Ward-Win. McHalt). T. M. Klmbrongb.
r.ond Ward-June liiukle, C. N. Uoghe..
I'hlrd Ward B. V, Wane, Johu Wood,
fourth Ward-t'barle. 0. Patter. Adoiph Bwo-
"'ift'h Wrd-T. W. Uallldav. Brtieit B. Pittlt.
Circuit Jurtie O. .1. Wnkrt.
Circuit Ulrk-A. U Irvtn.
County Judge K. 8 Vocutn.
Couuiy Clem S. J. Humm.
County Attorney J- M. Uamroii.
County Treaaurer-Mile. W. r"arknr.
HtiurirT Jobu llorigf.
County Uornmlrtlonerr-T. W. Halltday, J. A.
Utbba and Peter xup.
(AlKO tUPTHr. -Corner Tenth and Poplar
J itretfti"; pruachlug flnt aod talrd Sdndaye In
each raouttt.Ua. m. and 7:) J. n ! prayer meet
!ng TUur.dey. 7:40 p. ; Sand y W 9:u ..m
CliCKCU OF THE REDEEMER Bplioope'j
Fourteenth itreet; Sunday 7:90 a m.. Holy
Eurhariat; a. m., Sunday e:bool ; '1.00 a.m..
Morning rreyor. B:00 p. m., Evening Prayer.. P.
V. Uavuuport, 8.T. B. Hector.
INHST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHCKCa.
V lVMi.g al 10:S0. n.., S p. m., and 7:80 p. m.
at t,a.r, ichool al 7:80 p. m Rev. T. J. Hborei,
I L'lHKH'AN-Thlrtaeintb iUet trre Bab
Yj bub 1:30 a. ui.; Sunday ichoolJ p. m. Rev.
l Krnui)IST-Cir. Eighth and Waluut itreet,
(.r.nrtT s:Looi at Mum. Ue. J. A. bcarrett,
llK.-riYTKKIAS -Eighth itreet; pacblflg oa
1 !-a!tatb at 11 :U) a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; P reyer
m-tlng Wrdneeday at 7:8') p. m. ; Sunday 8chol
it3 p.m. Kev B.V.Ueorfe, paalor.
'I .lOfKPH Si Roman Catholic) Corner Croei
O and Walnut itreet; .ei-rlce. Sabbath 10:SOa.
n.: (fauday School at i p. m.; Vepre lp ra.;er
;ic everyday at 8 a.m. Kv. O'Hata, I rieit.
T i'ATKICK'S- Roman Catholic) Corner Stats
0 e'reet and Waehlngton a venae; eerylcee Sab
oat I, t and 10 a. m. rVeiper S p. m. i n
1 p. in. .ur-tcea every day at a.m. Re. Matreon
H. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K.K.
mux. MraBT. . ,. Tsaxi ahbivi.
Mall S.OJI.tn I tMall V?: 5'-
Aecom daUoB.il :1) a.tn Eipreae .......11 :0 a.m
Elpree :80 p.m Acr.idlloB..4:li p a
C.bT.L. 0 K. R, (Jackeon RuU).
tMall - 4:4aim ItMaH.. .. .. 4rS0p.m
tEpre. in::vOam ItEipreae 10:)am
tAe'raodation tfp m I
BT. L.4C. K. B. (SarrowGauga )
Kxpre.ii-.. , H:lja.m ,Expred 4:86 p.m
Accom'datlon. lionp.m Accom'datlonll:Oa.m
BT. L . I.M A 8. H. R.
tExpre. U:30p.m tBxpreai.... J:0 p m
WABASH. ST. LOCH PAClPIC R'T CO.
Mll 4 Hi .... h:V vm 'Mali A Ex.... -V) P m
tArcom'dation A p m tAwom iatfonUUOa.w
Daily except Sunday. Dallr.'
MOBILE A OHIO B. R!
Mall. 4 .J:15a. tn. 1 Mall. :10 p.m.
ILLINOIS CENTKAL R. R.
Shortest aud Quickest Route
T 0 -
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Running .
0 DAILY TRAI
Making Direct Connection
T... '. m. Mall.
Arriving In St. Loula 1:46 a.m.; Chicago. :80 p.m. ;
Connfcting at Odin and Effingham for Cincin
nati, Loniivllle, Indlanapolia and pointa Et.
11:1U a.m. St. Louis nnd Western
Arriving In Bt. Loul. 7:06 p. tn., an oouuectmg
for all pointa West.
3:BO p.m. Fnet Kxpre).
J-nrBt. Loula aud ChlcaKO, arrivtBg at St. Loula
10:40 p. to., and Chicago 7:80 am.
3 :CO p.m. Cincinnati Bxpreaa.
Arriving at Cincinnati 1:00 a.m.; Louuvllla 88
a.m.; Indlanapolla 4:08 a.m. Pn.engora hv
tht train reach the above polnti IB to 3o
UOCKS In advance of auy other route.
br-Thea1) p. m. epreae ha PULLMAN
BLEEPINUCAK Cairo to Cincinnati, wltho'it
changoi, aud through ileeperi to Bt. Loult and
Fast Time East.
1 aS.Sen2jerS point, without any delay
camod by Bunday Intervoning. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrive In new York Monday
nornlag at 10:86. Thlrty-iU hourln advanceof
nv other route, .
.Kor through ticket and further information,
trplr at Ulluol Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. H. JONES, TlcMt Agent.
A. H. PAN SON. Gen. Pan. Agent. Chicago
QE0R0E H. LEACH, M. D.
Phvaioian and Surgeon.
Special attention paid to th. Homeopathic treat
ment of mrglcal dli.ai.t, nd dlieatui of women
Office: On 14th itreet, oppo.lte th Pot Office,
jy. W. 0. J00ELYN,
OFFICE-Blght Street, near ComD erdlal Avenue
J)K. E W. WHtTLOOK, -1 '
Omui-No. 1M Commwelal Avmm ttrNO
JtibCj and Ninth Street
ALEXANDER COUNTY '
Commercial-Avenue and Eighth Street
r. BHOSS. Premdcnt. I P. NTr", Vic Pre.'ni
II. WKLlS, Canhlur. T. J. Berth, Ain't canh
F. Brwl.i.. ......Cairo I William Klufce. .Cairo
Peer Naff " Wlllinm Wolf.... "
M Onterloh " I 0. O. Patler "
E.A. Buder " H. Well
J. Y. Clemron, Caledonia.
A OB3ERA BAN' KINO KL'lINKnS OONE.
Exchange o'i and bought. Interet pild li
the Savlugi Depart mont. Collection! mad and
al) hnalnexa pmmtitly attendod to.
FLOUR GRAIK AND HAY
Egypt ian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TUB CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EU & CO..
-or. Nineteenth etreetl Pnirn Til
OomraerclalAvennel vOUU 111
T. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RCN Ad FOLLOWS.
oA)fDirrsa voxDar, oorona ti.
Bxprei aud Mall leave. Cairo. evrv dav except
xn. day, at 8:15 a m. Arrive at Eait St. Louli at
J:20p.m Arrive! at Cairo at 4:p. m
Accommoaation arrive at u;w a. ra. aou oe
part at 1:00 p.m.
-EW H0RE SHOEIXU SHOP.
I have opened a
on Sth atreet. butwavD Commercial and Waihlng
ton ve , tuvtug g.ven tul builnei my ipocial
Over Twentv Years
I fel conflleot I can give perfect latl.factloo. I
hav. not onlv g von my attention to
MIKING AND FITTING 8HOE9,
huthtve mad the cin.trictioa of th foot and
limbic tmy ale. i, whlcu entb ei ti to lit my
bo i property aod In i doing rellave th bora
iron a great deal of lojaty that b would ottr
wlie be inbj ict to.
Hoping bv itrlct atuntloD to baneii and fair
dea log to receive a liberal ba-e nf th puble pat
rjnate. Your Koipact. JUB9 MoOLELLA-S.
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
rUREE VVl STATES.
On and after Monday, July 21. and until further
Dotlc.the furryboat Chree .State will run at near
ae poiiibleoa ta following tim table:
Mavia uavBi mm
Foot Fourth it. Mlnourl Land'g. Kentucky Ld g.
t:Mt. m. 7:00a.m. ' 7:80 a.m.
BOO " 9:00 " . "
10:80 lt:00 11:80 "
2:00p.m. aop.m. 8:00 p. m.
Leave Lav Leave
Foot Fourth t. Kantncky Ld'g, Mliioarl Land'g.
4:00 p.m. 4:30p.m. 8:10 p.m.
On last trip leaving Kentucky I anrllng at 4 :0 o'clock
p. m., the noat will go to Blrdi Point, making con
nection with T A Bt, L. pa onger train for Cairo.
Flrtttrlp at :J) a. m. leaving Oilro, Will connect
with T. A St. L, train leaving Cairo.
O O A L
: : 8th St.
CHICAGO MARKET REPOrJ'
CORRIOTBD DAILY BY CHAB
9:S0 A.' M. Novumber 23, m,
November. . December.
i SO V. M.
Wheat '50 can. .
0 jm- 880 car. 00,"00 buihel Canal.
W. P Lahbdw, editor or ' Bcllbthc
and tca.nbou paneitier a;tint. Ordr for all
klndiofitaambnat Job minting imlcltud. Office
al Bowe.-'i European Hotel, No. 74 Ohio levee.
NTAOE8 OF TUX BIVKB.
The river marked by the gauge last
evening at thii port, 11 feet 8 inches and
Pittsburg, Nov. 236 p. m River 2 feet
8 iocheaand falling.
Cincinnati, Nov. 236 p. m. River 0
feet 7 inches and falling.
Louisville, Nov. 236 p. m. River 5
feet 10 inches and stationery,
St. Louis, Nov. 23-6 p.m. River lOfeet
8 inches and stationery.
The City Helena for Memphis leaves St.
Louie this evening.
The Hudson from 8t Louis passed up for
Paducab last night.
TheJas. W. Gaff from Cincinnati is due
here for Memphis Saturday.
The Thos. Sherlock leaves Cincinnati
to-morrow for New Orleans.
The Clinton for Memphis passed down
last evening with a good trip.
The new Mary Houston from Cincinnati
is due for New Orleans Saturday.
The City of B.Aton R sjue. from St. Louis
leaves here to-day for New Orleans.
The Golden Rule passed Vicksburg 'Wed
nesday on her way up tor Clnciunuu.
The hoe steamer City of Cairo is due
her from St. Louis this evening and go s
Tbfl City of New Orleans is advertised to
leave St. Louis for tho lower M.baissippi.
Saturday the 25tb lust.
The Chas. Morgan will leave Cincinnati
next Wednesday for Now Orleans. So says
The Henry A. Tyler will report here to
morrow evening from Mempliin ami leave
on her return trip Monday, 27ih inst. at
Yesterday was a beautiful day and last
night the full moon shone with such uplen
dor that the electric light was only a secon
Capt. Dill Hamilton and Capt. Hi. Davis
from Mound City were iu town yesterday,
perambulating promiscuously. They have
to visit Cairo often to wear away the rustic
surroundings of the mound.
The Gus Fowler is the regular mail pack
et from Paducah this evening, connecting
with the trains here going to all points of
the compass.' See W. F. Lambdin Passen
ger agent for rates, dates, etc., office 72
Business on the wharf yesterday looked
rather dull, and several oKI steamboat men
predicted a close of navigation before
Christmas, on account of a freeze up. But
we are of tho opiniou that they tiro some
The Golden Crown is overdue from New
Orleans for Cincinnati. She has stretched
her trips up and down considerably and
has been out from Cincinnati over a month.
If she had a little more power towing a
barge the round trip it might pay; but as
it is, it wont.
The Cons Millar from Memphis is due
up to-night for Cincinnati, and passenger
going up the Ohio will do well iu securing
asportation on this popular craft. Capt,
C. B. Russoll is command aud James Voris
first clerk is sufficiont guaranteo that all
who travel on the Millar will never re
gret the trip.
"A Drop of Joy In Every Word."
Dr. R. V.Pierce, Buffulo, N.Y.: Three
months ago I was broken out with large
ulcers nnd soros on my body, limbs and
fco. I procured your "Golden Medical
Discovery" and "Purgative Pellets" and
have taken six tottles, and to-day I am in
good health, all those Ugly ulcors having
healed aod left ' my skii in a natural,
healthy condition. I thought at onetime
that I could not be cured. Although I can
but poorly express my gratitude to von, yet
there it drop of joy in every word I write.
James O. Bellis,
' Flemingtou, N.J.
"Discovsry" told by druggists.
CELEBRATE "JACKSON'S DxY."
tho city ol Bloomington groat prepa
rations are already beinj commenced tor a
grand culiibratlm on the 8th of January
next, the aniversi.y of the ba'tlf of New
Orleans. A regular programme of exer
cises has been arranged tor, that prom inn to
make the diy a ruomrablo one. That
eloquent orator and noble Domocra, Gen.
John C. Black, of Dinvlllo, will deliver
the uration, which will be worthy of tho
occasion. A choir is in mining to lurniali
music. There will una dinner provided
for all iu attendant, and '.be exercises will
close with a grfl5d b ill at night.
. Thii Djin tcratic state central oiuiuit
tee" says the Bloiifuiiitoo Bulletin, "reccoin
mends that the Democrats of the Buvcral
counties of the state meet at their county
setts on the 8;h of January next and prop,
eriy celebrate the day by speech and song.
If, acting upon this suggestion, the Demo
crats of Springdeld, Quincy, Cairo, Rock
Island, Chicago, Fret-port, D.tnville. Rock
ford, Elgin and othar cities organize for
the proposed celebration much goo i work
may be accomplished. Orator liko Trum
bull, Palmer, Weadlinif, Koerner, Joah
Allen, Black, Hynes, Cionon, Harrison,
Stevenson, Springer, Townshend, Fuller,
McClurnaod, Suhodeld and Dickey, and
other oratJrs ot national reputation, might
be induced to deliver prepared addresses
on this accasion, covering all the political
questions ot the day. Those addressee
would, we have no doubt, all bo statesman
like productions the best thoughts of able
men and, being removed from the hurly
burly and excitemeut of a political cam
paigu, would challenge general attention
and be good seed sown in rich ground. We
hope this suggestion of the Democratic
state central committee will be acted
If thero is anything to prevent the Dem
ocrats of this city and county from follow
ing Bloomington's good example, we cer
Uiuly fail to see it. The central com
mittee's recommendation should be
acted upon here. We should
Lave such a celebration as will do
credit to the memory ot the immortal hero
of war and of peso in whose honr it
would be given, and also be in keeping with
tbe brilliant prospects of the Democratic
party the grandest, firmest in vitture and
therefore the oldest and strongest polrical
organiznioa this couutry has ever seeu.
A MINISTER'S ESCAPE.
FROM THE ASYLUM TO THE BOSOM OF HIS
HOME HOW IT WAa DuJiE.
A prominent minister residing at the
east has just made the lullowiog state
ment, wl.ich is herewith repriuted eutire:
io tti'i Ud.tor o. the Herald.
I tinve uiWiys shrunk from appearing
prutuineot before the puolic, iut a acuseot
tbe Outy I owe humanity and the world
prompts me to ask this opportunity fr
making a brief statemeut in your paper.
Whether it be true witi others I cau not
say, but during my eutire life I have fre
quently been conscious that something was
slowly and silently wording to undermine
my health and lite. What it was I could
not tell, but that Bouie euemy of my being
was devouring me within I was certain.
At times I would seem comparatively well
and then I would bo attacked with the
most distressing symptoms. I would feel
peculiar pains in various parts of my body,
my head would seem heavy; my respiration
labored; my appetitu would be ravenouB
one day and I would loatho food the day
following. Then again I would lose all iu
terest iu life: would feel weary without
exertion; would become sleepy at mid-day
and restless at night. Occasionally my
breatning would bo labored and my heart
almost motionless, whilo at other times it
would palpitate violently. I thought these
troubles were tho result of malaria, and I
treated them accordingly, but I got uo
better. Shortly afterward my stomach be
came deranged, my food failed to digest,
and tbo fluids I passed were of a peculiar
odor and color. And yet I did not realize
that these things meant anything serious.
Finally I consulted a number of eminent
physicians, each one of whom took a dit
ferent view as to tho cause of my troubles.
One said I was suffering from brain dis
ease; another spinal difficulty; othurs heart
affection, kidney disease, etc. My symp
toms were terrible, and iu tbe hope of re
lief I was cauterised, cupped, blistered and
subjected to almost every knowu form of
treatmont. During one of these attacks
while at Red Bank, N. J., a physioian was
called and left a prescription. After he
bad gone, I requested a friend to go and
ask hira what he thought of my trouble.
The reply was: "Oh, he will bo all right
in a few days; it is only an attack ot deli
rium tremens." Uewasatnnco informed
that this was impossible, as I hud never
used any kind of intoxicating drinks;
whereupon he returned, made inquiries,
and changed his prescription. But all the
care of my friends and physicians avallod
nothing. I grew worse constantly, and
wLat it tuoet terrible to think of, I did not
know what ailed me, nor could I find
any one who did,
During the summer and fall of Inst year
my pulse ranged frorJ 120 to 130 per min
ute; I bad no reliab tor food, and was
indeed a most pitiable object. I continued
in this state until last December, when I
became unconscious and lost my reaeon,
though I had two physicians in whom my
S ilf and triends placed implicit confidence.
In this condition I was taken to Brattleburo,
Vi., forthe purpose of being placed in the
insane asylum. I remaino there until last
April, being attended all t'-e while by my
faithful wife who nevt-r left me Hnd be
lieved that Some disease and not insanity
was the cause of all my trouble. I re
gained consciousnet-s in March last and in
sisted upon being taken home. The phy
sicians advised that I remain, but I in
sisted upon leaving, and wo began tho
journey, traveling slowly. I was met at the
dock by a friend w hom I n cognized and
then I become again unconscious and re
mained so for over a week. When I once
more recognized my friends aod knew my
surroundings I determined to try, as a
list resort, a treatment of which I had
heard much but knew nothing. Neither
mysult nor friends had much faith that it
or anything could help me, but we re
solved to try. We accordingly dismissed
the physicians, gave up all other remedies,
and I rejoice to say tint with the blessing
of Him who guided lis, I am to-day a well
man; having not been s vigorous for many
years, and I owe it all to the wonderful, al
most miraculous, power of Warner's Sate
Kidney Cure, the remedy which 1 used.
You can well imagine bow grateful I
must feel under tho circumstances, and
like a new convert, I earnestly desiro that
all who are suffering should know and
avail themselves of this means of recovery.
Had it not been for the remedy above
named I should doubtless now he within
the walls of an asylum or in my yiuve.
The great trouble with my case was that no
one seemed to know what I was afflicte.d
with, and I am positive that thousands of
people iu America to-day are iu tho same
or a similar condition, and do not know its
cause. Kidney troubles arc the most de
ceptive of all diseases. They have no
symptoms of ther own, but often show the
symptoms of nearly every known complaint.
I know that people rre dying every day
from supposed consumption, apoplexy, heart
disease, spinal complaint, and many other
diseases, when, could the real cauie be
known, it would be found to oringioate in
tbe kidneys. In their advanced stages
kidney troubles are the most terrible of all
known maladies, as my own experience
can fully verify. That I had Bright's dis
ease of the kidneys there can tie no doubt.
Mint the symptoms were those of many
othtT ilisenscs is equally certain, and tht
I was dot me l to a t-rrilile death hid I mt
been saved as I was, I urn p "bitive. The
following ij'.Ur just received, confirms
Vkrm nt Astlcm foh the Insane,
Bbattleb'Ro, V.-nnont, Oct. 30, 1883.
Rev. K D. tlopklnet
Dear Hir: Yours of tho 2lst inst. re
ceived. We congratulate you not only
the continu inceof your health, but also
upon its appirent contimitl improvement
Few persons, I think, have- pissed through
ho exhausting an experience as you and
rallied Inm it. Certainly I cannot recall
one who came to us In so crltioal, and for
days and even weeks in so hopeless a state.
for amendment as you, and who survived
and recovered from it; for, I think you may
now consider yourself recovered for tbe
continuanco of your present health, with
the best wishes from all here.
I am, yours truly,
Oceanic, N. J., Nov. 2, 1882.
Mr Dear Fbiend: Replying to your
letter I would say, I have been acquainted
with my highly valued friend, the Rev. 8.
D. Hopkins about eighteen months, and
very intimately acquainted for about six
mouths past. For a little raoro than tivo
months ho was an inmate of my house, and
wo enjoyed constant intercourse with each
other. When ho came in April last ho was
almost a perfect wreck in health. I thought
he had come to us to die. Soon afterwards
he brgau the use of sorao of H. II. Warner
Sk Co's reuiidies, namely: the Safe Kidney
and Liver Cure, Sao Nervine and Safe
Pills. From almost the time he began
their use his improvement was very marked
and wonderful, and when ho left us, after
having taken some two dozeu bottles, he
was liks a new uirtu. The change was the
most remarkable I every witnessed.
Pastor of the Presbytoriao Church.
In view, therefore, of those facts and
with a hope that who read this may take
timely warning, I make this open statement
freely for the good of my I'ellowmeu.
Rev. E. D. Hoprins.
East Richford, Vt , Nov 7th, 1383.
Over 250,000 Howe scale have becn.sold.
and the demand increasing continually.
Bordeu, Sclleck & Co., avents, St. Louis,
Mo. ' (4)
no longer from Dypep
fcla, Indigestion) want of
lack of Energy, Malaria.
Intermittent Fevers, Ac
BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS never fails to cura
all these diseases.
Boiton, November t, j81t,
Broww CmwtcAL Co.
Gentlemen : For year I kav
been a great lufferer from Dyipepaia,
and could get no relief (having triM
everything which w.i recommend
ed) until, acting on the advice of a
friend, who had been benefitted by
Brown's Ikon Bittiri, 1 tried
bottle, with moat aurprialng mult.
Previoui to taking Brown' I low
BirriRS, everything I aw dittreaaed
me, and I lufierccf greatly from
burning lensatlcn ia the itomach,
which wa unbearable. Sine tak
ing Brown's Iron Bittiri, all my
trouble are at an end. Can cat any
time without any disatrcaabl r.
euln, 1 am practically nthT
perton. Mr. W J.Ttvmi,
)i Maverick St, E, Beeton.
BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS acts like a charm
on the digestive organs,
removing all dyspeptic
symptoms, such as tast
ing the food, Belching,
Heat in the Stomach,
Heartburn, etCi The
only Iron Preparation
that will not blacken the
teeth or give headache.
Sold by all DruggUt).
Brown Chemical Co.
St that all Iron Bitten r mad by
Brown Chemical Co., Baltunore, and
hav croMed red line aad trade
mark on wrapper.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
ML' 1 UAL AID SOCIETY.'
jgUREKA! EUREKA 11
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIKK IS8UK
ANCK CPU TAX IKS.
WIDOWS' & OliTIIANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
OrsanlicdJalvUth, 1877, Under the Laws
the Stat" of Illinois. Copyrighted Jul
0, 1877, Under Act of Congress.
JAS. 8. MoOAHKY Predd.nl
J. H. rtOBlsSoN . 1i Vice Prewdent
M. PHILLIPS and Vleo-PreldBl
,T. A. UOLnHTINK - -TniMorof
x8Yf Mlc1 Adr,-r
THOMAS LRWia Secretary
ID. H. WHITE -. AMlitant Serretuv
KXKUUTI VEi COMMITTKB.
Wtn. r.l'ITC"ER, L.S. THOMAS.
W.C.JUOKIVN, K. VINCENT,
WILL T. REDBCKN.
OAHI OK MANAOKKSl
J. A. Golditlnr. of (Jotdntlne A Ro.cinwater, whole
aal and ret il drv good, etc. ; Ja. 8. MoOahev,
lumber alr; Win. K. Pitcher, general event;
Albert Lewie, dealer In flour aud grain; L. S.
ThoroiK, brlok'ayer; Moaae Fotlllin, contractor
and bnlider; H K- Chnmhley, grocer: Tbo.
Lwli, accrlAry and attorney-nt'law; vV. H.
Marfan, lI.iiuB,iathio phy.icUrt; II Ha der, of
Sacdor A Sou. vrnoori; H, 11. Balrd, lire oper
-.or; Ed H Whlto, aei't lo. W. 0. M. A. So
ciety; J. W. Spier, lumber and s wtaIII;' P. L.
Qerntgun, barber: F, B Dietrich, clerk W St. L,
A P. R. K ; M. Kobier merchant tailor: Jeff M.
Clark, dealer lu wall-paper an'l window abide; J.
E Eugileri.contrant.ir and builder) Wil'T. Red
barn, of Moras A Redburn, cigar naarctnrr;
T. Vlncnt, dele In Km a d cement; L A.
PKeip, homgrapbnr W C Joreltn, dentiat. S
B.Taber, mfg, Jewlur; J. H. Rohtneon, if P. en i
notary pobllc; J. S. P-tr , nh "tolan; H. W.
Hon wick, nuranr agent; X. E Jerboa, forvmaau
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aw-ml'i, or Oilro; H l.elgbtou. ra.b.er Nji.
Bank.Muart, luwa; Rev t. A . wtikroa, Prvor.
burg, Iy. J .W. Tarry, pbjitelan.fultoa, Ky.