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CAIBO. ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 0, 1882.
Treasurer T J. Kerth.
Clerk Dennis. J, Foley.
C'ounselor--Wm. B. Ollbort.
Marshal L. H. Meyera,
Attorney William Hendricks.
KOABO Of ALDBBMIM
first Ward-Wm.McHale. T. M. Klmbronuh.
Hecoud Ward-Jes iliukle, C. N. Uuijhea,
Third Ward U. P, BUke, John Wood.
Fourth Ward-Charles 0. Patler, Adolph 8wo-
'pilth Ward-T. W. Halllday, Ernest B. Pettlt.
Circuit Juilifo ti. J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk-A. II. Irvtn.
Couuty Judfce K. 8 Yocum.
Counly Clerk 8. J. Humm.
County Attorney J. M.Dsmron.
County Treasurer-Miles W. Parker.
Hherlrf . lohh Hodiles.
Coroner K. FlmKorala
County ComtnlKalonera-T. W. Halllday, J. A.
Olbbs and Peter haap.
CAIKO BAPTIST. -Corner Tenth and Poplar
, streets; preachlnit flrstand third Hundaye In
earn month, 11 a. in. and 1:M) o . m. -.prayer meet
ing Tliurnday, 7:30 p. in.; Sunday ichool, 9:30 a.m
Kuv. A. J. IlBdS Pastor.
nillJUCU OP TUB KKDttEMKK (Episcopal)
Vj Fourteenth atroet; Sunday 7:00a m.. Uoly
Eucharist; :Sua. m., Sunday school; 11:00 a.m.,
Monilnx Pravers; 8:W p. m., Evening Prayera. r.
p. Davenport, 8. T. B. Hector.
lMI'.sr MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHCKCH.
y Prcu' hlnrf at 10:30 a. n... 3 p. m., and 7:80 p. m.
.-aM.aih acbool at 7:30 p. m Ret. T. J. Bhorea,
I i;i II K KAN -Thirteenth street; serves Sab
I j baili l:.i a. m.; Snnday achool2p. m. Rev.
METHuDIhT-Coi. Rttfbtb and Walnut streets,
Preaching Habbath 11:00 a. m. and7:W p. m.
(tndey bcnooT at -iwp. m. Kev. J. A.Scarrett,
1) 1 K S B YT K H 1 A N Eighth atreet; prtacntus; on
Sabbath at 11:00 a. m. aud 7:30 p. m.; prayer
m iluu Wednnadav at 7:80 p.m.; Banday Scbsol
att. m. Kev U.Y.Oeoue, paator.
o l JOSEPH S -ityunan Catbollo Corner Croes
n ami Vt Iuut reta; services Sabbath 10:80a.
ii. ; Sunday Scnoul at m.; Vespers 3p. m. ; Berne:-
vcij- day at 8 a. m. Re. O Uara, Prieat.
ST PATKICK'B-fRoman Catholic) Corner Ninth
street aud Washington avenne; services Hab
Daih aud 10 a. m.; Vespers p. m.; Sunday School
in.m. service every day at 8 a. m. Rev. Musteriou
If. K. TIME CARD AT CAlWi
THMSBI.EPAHT. ' " fRASSlfotVI.'
Mai! 3:05 a.m I tMatl ...4:i4 .n
Accom dauun.ll :lo a m Emress 11 :10 a.m
(KxprcM 8:50 P.m I Accmndatloa..:15 p.m
C. St. L. JtN. O. R.R. (JacWon Route).
Mall...., 4:4lia.mtMaU.....-.. .. 4:30 p.m
KxpreM Mtm tEiyres lorjOa ta
ST. L.4C. K. R. cY arrow Oane )
Exprea 8:15 a.m I 'Exprnsa 4:35 p.m
Accotu'darion. l:00p.m I Accom'datlon 11:40 a.m
ST L . I.M. 48. K. R.
tExprc ll:30p.m tEipress - 2:2' om
WABASH. ST. LOUIS PACIFIC R'Y CO.
Mall 4 Ka .... &:00vm I Mall Ex.... :M p.m
t Arcora'datlou .1:3) p m 1 1 Accoa'daiioa 11 :1Q a.m
Daily except Buuday. t Pally.
MOBILE OIMO B. R'.
Mail .5:55 a. m. I MaU ..9:10 p.m.
LTJNOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago,
Tlie Onlv Line liuunint?
Making Direct Connection
Tiuisa LtATi Cairo:
Arrlvlnc In 8t. Loula9:45 a.m. ; Chicago, 8:30 p.m. ;
Counoctinir at Odin aud Kfhngbam for Cfncln.
nati, Loulavtllo, Indianapolis and polnta Eaet.
1 1 : a.m. St.. Ijouin and Western
Arriving In St. Louta 7:05 p. ra., and connecting
for all poiuie Weat.
:i.BO p.m. Fawt Kxprons.
for St. Louie and Chlcaeo, arriving at St. Loula
10:10 p.m.. and Chlcaso7:ai a m.
:i :J50 p m. Cincinnati .xprs.
Arrlvlni: at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; LouiivUle :SS
a m.; Indlauapolle 4:( a.m. PaasenKora by
thin train macb the above uolnte la to JO
HOURS lu advance of any other routo,
rw-ThS:!y p. m. exprnaa haa PULLMAN
SLEEPING CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
clianea, and through iloepora to St. Loots and
Fast Time East.
D . ,..., Aiio by this line go through to Kaat.
l aSSeilSeiS efn points without any delay
canned by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
noon traiu from Cairo arrives In new York Monday
iiornlitK at 10:35. Thlrty etx hours In advance of
bt other route. , . . , , ,.
IWKor tlirough tickets and further Information,
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot. Cairo.
" J. U. JONES, Ticket ARont.
i. H. HANSON, Oen. Pass. Agent. Chicago
Q.EORGE II. LEACH, M. D.
Phvsioian and Suf"reon.
Special atlentton paid to the Homeopathic troat
ment of surgical dlaeatos, and diseases of women
Oflko: On Hth strant, opposite the Post Ofllce,
R. W. O. JOCBLYN,.
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Comnerclal Avennu
J)U. E W. WniTLOCK,
Ornoi-No. 188 Commercial Avenue, between
Jtght'l and Ninth BtreeU
PROPRIETOR OF BPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ioe.
ICF PY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
?r:KED FOR 8UIPPING
Oar L'oads a Specialty.
Cor, Twelfth Street aud Levee,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. ,
HE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, lllinoiaj.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking busmen
THt. W. HALLIUAY.
JNRPKISE SAVING BANE.
v " Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BASK.
XEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
The Largest .Variety Stock
iisr tiik crrv.
(400DS SOLDVERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EK fc CO..
;)or. Nineteenth atreet 1 PairA 111
Corjimerclal Atrenne lttirU 111
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R.R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
OX AND AFTER H0HDAT, OCTOBER 21,
Kxnreaa and Mall leaves Cairo, every day except
Sunday. at 8:15 a.m. Arrtv.s at F.ast St. Louis at
3:20 p.m Arrives at Cairo at 4:35 p. m.
Accommodation arrives at u.w a. ra. anu o
parts at 1:00 p.m.
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE VcF7 STATES.
On and after Monday, July 21, and until further
notlcMhe ferryboat Thred States will run as near
as possible on the following time table:
'.BATES LXAYIS LEAVES
Foot Fourth st. Missonrl Land'g. Kentucky Ld g.
6:30 a.m. 7:00 a.m. 7:30 a.m.
8:80 " 9:00 ' 9:30 "
10:30 11:00 11:80 "
2:00 p.m. 2:30p.m. 3:00, m.
Leave Leave Leave
Foot Fourth ft. Kenturky Ld'g. Missouri Land'g.
4:00p.m. 4:3n p.m. 6:10 p.m.
On last triples vlng Kenturkv landing at 4 :,30 o'clock
p. in., the boat will go to Birds Point, making con
nection with T. & St. L. paeionger train for Cairo.
Flrsltrlp at S::t0 a. m. leaving Cairo. Will connect
withT. A St. L. train leaving Cairo.
H. T. GEROULD AND
C. T. N E W L A N D.
AND GAS FITTERS,
DRIVE WELLS. FORCE AND
LIFT PUMPS FURNISHED AND PUT
CP IN A WORKMANLIKE
MANNER, UA8 FIX
TURES Of all kinds furnished to order, old fixtures ro
bronaed; Jobbing promptly attended to. Orders
received at Danlol Hartman's or at the shop,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE BETWEEN
NINETH AND TENTH STREETS,
OA.1RO ... . IliliS.
W. F. Lasiboim, rlvar editor of t'ns Buli.etim
and stttamhoat paasenirer agent. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Job printing solicited. Office
at Bower's Europoan Hotol, No. 72 Ohio levee.
STAGES OF TUK ItlVKK.
Tho river markod by tlio gauge last
evening at this port, 11 feet arid
2 inches and rising.
Pittsburgh, Dec. 50 p. m River 2 feot
0 irjches aod ritiog.
Cincinnati. Dec. 56 n. in. River 8
teet 2 inch and falling.
Louisville, Dec. 50 p. m. River 5
feet 10 inches and stationary.
Nashville, Doc. 50 p.m. River 5 feet
5 inches and stationery.
St. Louis, Dec. 5-6 p.m. River 0 feet
7 inches and stationery.
The John B. Maude is duo tor Memphis
The Will Kylo will be the next boat up
from New Orleans.
The City of Helena from Memphis is due
early this morning for St. Louis.
The City of Greenville left bore last
evening for New Orleans with a mammoth
The Anchor line steamer Belle Memphis
is due this evening from St. Louis for
The R. R. Springer which wss hard
aground at Tiptonv.llo is all right and ar
rived at Memphis last night.
Tbc U. P. Scheuck is still here waiting
tor a barge to use as a lighter which will
enable her to go through to Cincinnati.
The Cons Millar is properly due here
this evening for Memphis but owing to
the low water do hot expect her until to
morrow. The Gus Fowler arrived a little behind
time on account of rough weather but got
off at the usual timo with a good trip for
Tho Henry A. Tyler left for Oiceola last
evening at 4 :30. She had a very good trip
and will return Friday night or Saturday
morning, leaving here Saturday afternoon
Just about noon yesterday the wind be
gan to swing around gradually and contin
ued until it. located right synau in the
north, ttie rWoi vrasii rough and over
coats were in gioat demand.
The Andy Baum from Cincinnati ar
rived here yesterday morning at 10 o'clock
6 days out. She had a very tine trip and
discharged and received freight here until
5 p. m. She received 0 cabin and 23 deck
passengers aud departed for Memphis at
6 p. m.
The J. II. Hillman from Nashville is due
here to-morrow evening and return. Capt.
Tom Gallightr is bell .linger, Bud Yar-
brough chief star gazer. The Hillman is
one ot the neatest little light water crals of
boat and she turns a wheel with as much
speed as patent churn dasher. And as the
darkey says "sho ginerally gits thar."
Monday night about 12 o'clock a very
heavy rain set in and continued through
out until about 5 o'clock yesterday morning.
As far up the Ohio as heard from the rain
was very heavy and tho creeks and bayous
emptying into the Ohio were jiouring out
as fast as nature would admit of. We
hope it may have extended up as far as
Pittsburg, for navigation is terribly imped
ed by the preaont low stago of water.
"Woman. Anil Her Diseases"
is the title of an interesting treatise (DO
pages) sont, post-paid, for three stamps.
Address World's Dispensary Medical Asso
ciation, Buffalo, N. Y.
Satisfaction For Ten.
In our family of ten for over two years
Tarker's Ginger Tonic has cured headache,
malaria and other complaints so tatisfac
torily that we are in excellent health aud no
expense for doctors or other medicines.
"Presumption begius in igornnce aud
ends in ruin." On the other hand, the
production of Kidney-Wort began with
wise cautions and scientific research, aud
its use ends in restoring shattered constitu
tions and endowing men and women with
health and happiness. "My tormented
back," is thu exclamation of more than one
poor hard-working man and woman; do
you know why itachosi It in became
your kidneys are over-tasked und need
strengthening, aud your system needs to be
cleaned of bad humors. You need Kidney
Wort. Pure Cod LivehOil made from selected
livers, on thosoa-shore, by Caswell, Hazard
Co, New York. It is absolutely puro
and sweet. Patients who have once taken
It prefer it to all others, riiysiciatis have
decided it superior to any of tho other oils
Chapped ITakds, Face, rturLKi, and
rough ekin, cured by using Juniper Tar
Soap, made by Caswell, Hazard & Co.
Now York. (2)
and myself, great sufferers from Catarrh,
have been cured by Elys' Cream Balm.
My sense of smell restored and health
f;reatly improved. 0. M. Stanley, dealer
d booth ind ihoei, Ithica, N. Y,
The federal congresn aMomblod at
Washington again last Monday. The
most Important business encountered was
tbo Presidents messago This document
shows in detail the serene condition of our
relations with foreign counties; recom
mends a modification of the HauiUn re
ciprocity treaty ; invites attention to the
probable contraction of bank circulation;
suggests trie retirement of silver certificates
and ceisatiod of coinage of silver dollars;
recommends a reduction of revenue by
abolishing all internal taxes except that on
distilled spirits and by reducing cus oms
duties on cotton, iron, steel, sugar, molasses,
silk, wool and woolen good?; calls attention
to the necessity for beUer cowf defences
and for militia equipment; declar.i a gener
al river and harbor bill not net:ssary .at
this session; suggests tho propriety of a
constitutional amendment to ennblo the
executive to veto portiout of an appropria
tion bill; recommends gradual rt constric
tion of tho navy; advises against tiie postal
telegraph; urges a reduction of letter post
age to two cents; promises diligent prosecu
tion of the star-routers; renews various re
commendations regarding Iudian affairs,
interstate commerce, polygamy, education
and Ihe provisons for the presidential succession.
The following circular issued by the
Narrow-gau20 R. R. managers speaks for
itself: We give it entire and commend
their action as a step in tho right direction
excursion rates all tho year.
We beg leave to annouuee that the St.
Louis & Cain railroad has decided to
make sweeping reductions in passenger
fares on and after December 9, 1882.
We oiler these inducements with the
view of encouraging travel, and hope that
the many friends and patrons of tho ro id
will manifest their appreciation of our ac
tion by a liberal patronage.
Spread the gopd news among your
Remember Ihe Holidays are at hand.
Come one, come all, and avail yoursel
ves of the low rates, and by so doing ren
der substantial aid to Old Santa t'laus.
Geo. H. Smith,
Gen'l Passenger Aget.
The soy bean (Soja hiepida) approaches
more nearly to animal food in its proritnate
composition than any other known v.-eta-ble
production, being singularly rich in fat
and in albuminoids. This bean forma an
important nrtiolu f food in Japan and
Chin,, where a dozen or more varieties aro
known. Of late numerous attemp's have
been made to acclimatize it in several Eu
ropean countries, somy of tho experiments
having been reported quite successful.
Tho grt.. aid spot on tho plauet Jupiter
is reported by some observers to be grow
ing fainter, wit'i tho prospects of an early
disappearance, others can detect no change.
This remarkable object, nearly 30,000
miles in length and more than 8,000 in
breadth, which has for more than three
years maintained its size and shape with
out material change while moving across
Jupiter's surface, is still a source of much
pi rplexity to astrouomers.
Philosophers have told us that all ener
gy upon tho earth must have been brought
into existence by solar influence. Prof.
Milne has, however, called the atteutiou of
the Seismological Society of Japan to the
fart that one vast reservoir of energy, quite
itidepdent of the sum, has been overlooked
viz, the earth's internal heat. It is not im
possible that the surfacu outcroppings of
this inexhaustible supply of force found
m volc anoes, hot springs and the like may
in the near future be used to generate elec
tricity lor transmission to neighboring
cities, where it may be put to practical
A new substance, estimated to possess
from twenty to thirty times the sweetness
of cano sugar has been described to a Ger
man Society by Dr. Constantino Fahlberg.
To chemists the new body will bo known
as "auhydro-sulphamin buiuoic acid,"
Microscopic vision has seperated ruled
lines as flno as 113,600 to the inch, but,
according to Prof, Rogers, the evidence
that finer lines than that have been re
solved under tho microscope is not conclu
sive. Mom. Toussaint lms shown experimental
ly tho serious danger ot eating meat nearly
raw as now sogenerally done. If tho meat
is unsound, the geruiH of disease must pass
iutolhe system unless they aro destroyed
by heat before the meat is eaten. The
most frequent aud dangerous malady with
which animals slaughtered for food aro af
fected is consumption, and even if the ani
mal is only slightly diseased persons eating
tho uncooked moat are liable to infection.
The raw juico pressed from a slightly
affected cow's lung was used to Inoculate
healthy rabbits an I young pigs, and all tho
subject died In a short time from the dis
ease. Tho experiment was repeated with a
portiou of the juico which had been parti
ally cooked, and tho result whs tho same.
Thorough cooking of meat to bo used for
food it rocominondod as a precaution un
safe to neglect, at only this cusurei the
entire destruction of the distase germs.
Herr Gruber has beon studying the
sense of hearing in.insects, . and finds that
cockroaches, beetles and certain equatic
insects are very sensitive to sounds, while
grubs, ants and various water larvae appear
to be unaffected by them.
Recent evidence seems to indicate that
vegetable matter may, under certain con
ditions, be converted into coal much more
rapidly than many geologists have believed
to be possible. At least an approach to
such conversion has been discovered in the
mines of the Upper Hartz, in Germany,
where some of the timbers originally used
as supports have been changed into a sub
stance which appears to be a genuine lig
nite, or brown coal. It is believed that tho
process cannot have extended beyond four
centuries a very brief period compared
with that usually assigned to coal form a-
A committee of tho British Association
for the advacetnent of science has .ascer
tained that the maximum pressure of the
wind on small plane surfaces exceeds nine
ty pounds to the square foot. Tho pressure
over large areas is a matter of much un
certainty. . Yoc.Mi men or middle Hgedones, suffer
ing from nervous debility and kindred
weakness should send three stamps for
Part VII of World's Dispensary Dime
series of bnokfl. Address World's Dis-pen-ary
Medical Association, Buffalo,
The following is a full text of what Pres
ident Arthur s.tys in his messago to con
gress upon tl.u improvement of the Missis
sippi river, the subject uppermost in the
minds of the peoplo of this city, county,
ilistrfct and state: "It is possible for exam,
pie that a delay until the assembling of
the next congress to make provisions for
the Mississippi river improvements might
be attended with serious conscqiieuces. If
such should appear to be the case, a just
bill rel.iting to tlvit subject would com
mand my approval. This leads me to off.jr
a suggestion which I trust will commend
itself to the wisdom of congress: Is it not
advisable that grants of considerable sums
of money for diverse and independent
schemes of internal improvement should be
made the subjects of separate and distinct
legislative enactments? It will scarcely bo
gainsaid, even by those who favor the most
liberal expenditures for Biich purposes
as are sought to bo accom
plishe:l by what is commonly cauoa
the river aud harbor bill, that tho practice
of grouping in such a bill Appropriations
for a great diversity of objects widely sep
arated, either in their nature, in the locality
where they are concerned, or in both, is one
which is much to bo deprecated; unless it
i irredeemable, it inevitably tends to se
cure the success of the bill as a whole,
though nvuv of them if separately consider
ed coiii i .ic.-iy fail of rejection. By the
adoption of the course I have recommended
every member of congress, whenever an op
portunity should arise for giving his
influence aud vote for meritorious appro
priations, would bo enabled s i to do with
out being called upon to sanction others
undeserving his approval; so alBO would
tho executive bo afforded thereby atull op
portunity to exercise his constitutional pre
rogative of opposing whatever appropria
tions seemed to him objectionable without
imperilling tho success of other's which
commend themselves to his judgmont.
It miy bo urged in opposition to these sug
gestions that the number of works internal
improvement which are justly entitled to
governmental aid is so great as tn render
impracticable separate appropriation bills
therefor, or even for such comparatively
limited number as mako tho disposition
of large sums of money. This objection
may be well founded and whether it be
or not, tho advantages which would be
likely to ensue from the adoption of tho
course I have recommnudod may perhaps
bo more effectually attained by another,
which I respectfully submit to congress as
an alternative proposition: ' It is provided
by the constitutions of fourteen of our states
that the executive may disapprove any item
or items of a bill appropriating money,
whereupon the part of the bill approved
shall fail to become a law, unless repassed
according to tho provisions prescribed for
tho passage of bills over tho veto of the ex
ecutive, Tho states wherein some such
provision as tho foregoing is a part of the
fundamental law arc Alabama, California,
Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Min
nesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Now Jersey,
New York, Pennsylvania, Texas and West
Virginia. I commend to your careful con
sideration the qu .-st ion whether an amend
ment of thu federal constitution in tho par
ticular indicated would not afford the best
remedy for whit is often a grave embar
rassment both to members of congress and
to the executive, and h sometimes a serious
Tn u publishers of tho Richmvnd, Vs.,
Enquirer heartily recommend Dr. Bull'8
Cough Syrup and says: "It bus been well
tri'.d in our olllce and composi ng-room,
and has cured our city editor of a very bad
esse of Bionchttis.
That is what a great
many people are doing.
They don't know just what
is the matter, but they have
a combination of pains and
aches, and each month they
The only sure remedy
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and thorough assimilation
with the blood purifies and
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This is why Brown's
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kidney and liver diseases,
neuralgia, dyspepsia, mala
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Nov. 08, i88i.
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of OA I HO.
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9, 1U77, liulcr Act of Congress.
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J. A. UOt.oSTlNK.
J. H. PKTHIK l
ED. II. WHITK
... Medical Advisors
KXKCU TI VK COMMITTEE.
Win. P. PITCH Kit, L.S.THOMAS,
W. C. JOCBLYN. V. VINCKNT,
WILL T. HEItlll'KN.
J. A. floldstlni), of Downline ,t Unscii water, whola
aale and retiiil drv U'loii, elr, j ,). s. MeUahey,
lnmbor dealer; Win. P. Pitcher, ncneral airentj
Albert Lewis, dealer in flour ami xralu; L. 8.
Tnnniaa, bricklayer; Miwen Phillip, cuutraclor
aud builder; II. A. I'humbley, Kroce: Thos.
Lewis, secretary and ntlorney-al law: A'. H.
Maran, llniio'imltiic ptiymrlnn : II Ha der, of
Harder A Son. irrnrera; It, II. Ilalrd, street super
viBor; Kd II. While, ass't sec. H'.SO. M. A. So
ciety; J. W. Spier, lumber and svw-inlll; K. L.
Gsrnlaoit, barber: K- H. Dtuirlrh, clerk W.. St. L.
a. n ll 1. . .,.!.. . ..1. u v. . 1. ,..., U
acr.lt. IV.. 1.1. ivvii.iui . urtvii.uk Miii.r uou u
Clark, dealer lu wall-paper and window shades; J.
E. P.nKllnh, contractor aud hnlldor; WiHT. Ksd
tinrn. of Morsn A Kedburn, clar niauutactnrsrs;
F. Vincent, dealer in nine a. id cement; u a.
Phelps, photographer; W.O. Jorelyn, dentist; 8.
II.Tahr. tufa, luweler: .1. H. Kohlnson. J. P. Bnl
notary public; J. H. Petri, physician; U. W.
Bostwlck, Insurance aerit; K. K. Jarboe. forernaa
Bt.Uas mains, and H S. waionuxa, i urn Der ana
saw-mlll, of Cairo; H. Lthton, rasbitr Mat.
Bank, Stuart, Towa; Itev. P. A. Wllksrson, Prvora.
burn, Ky.; J.W. Tarry, phyHclan.Fulton, Kjr.