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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 9, 1882.
City omcers. r
Mayor N.B. Thistiewood- ;
Treasurer T. J. Kerth.
Clerk Dennis. J, Koley.
CounselorWin. B. Gilbert.
Mar.bal-L. II. Meyer.,
Attorney William Hendricks.
BOAHU OF ALDSHMI
Klrst Ward Wm.McHale. T. M. Elmbroagb.
riecond Ward- Jesae llmkle, C. N. Uughea.
Third Ward-B. K. Blake, John Wood.
Fourth Ward Charles 0. Patter, Adoiph Swo
boda. Kllth Ward-T. W. nalUdar, Ernest B. Petttt.
Circuit Judge D.J. Maker.
Circuit Clerk A. U. Irvin.
County J ndge H. tf Yocum.
County flora S. J. llurarn.
bounty Attorney J. M. Damron.
County Treasurer Miles W. Parker.
rJhetltf John Hodges.
Comuer R Klugerald
County Commissioners T. W. Qalllday, J.
Ulbbs and Peter Haup.
AIRO BAPTHT Corner Tenth and Poplar
ij street.: Dretchlnff Aral aud third Hundeye
each inontn. 11 a. m.nd7:J . ra.:prayer meet
tnit Thursday, 7::J0 p. in. ; Sunday school, 9:80 a.ra
Her. A. J. HESS Pastor.
Ill'HCH OF TDK REDEBMKR-Eplaeopa')
j Fourteenth street; Hundey 7:00 a m., Uoly
Eucharist; 9:W a. m , Sunday s-nooi ; i vim.m.,
Mnrnimj I'nrern: :00 o. in.. Evening Prayeri. F.
p. Davenport, 8. T. B. Bettor.
im,:sT MISSIONARY HAPTI8T CHCKCH
V l'n.trhiiiL. t 10:80 a. n... D. m., and 7:80 p. m.
,i.haili school at 7:80 p. m Re. T. J. Shores,
II Til K.RAN -Thirteenth street; services Bab
j bath 1:4" a m;anday .cboollp.m. Rev
t KTHuDIhT-Cor. Eighth a&d Walunt atreeta,
U Pr. achli g Sabbath li-.ooa. m. enoTiio p. m
t-unday bcaoel at H:iK) p. m. Rev. J. A. Scarrett
i iitKsiiVTRRiAN klshth ttreet: Dreaenlag on
1 baihah at 11 m. and 7:80 p. m.i prayor
mwi;ui Wednredav at 7.80 D.m.: Sunday Scbeol
at a p.m. Rev b. Y. Oeoue, paator.
y- 1 . ,I0KI'H ft--. Roman Catholic) Corner Cro.a
O slid Walnut strel; .emcee oa-maia iu.o..
v.; Sunday School ati p. m.; Vespers p. m.; ser
ric evcrj- day at a. m. Kov.O'Hers, l'rle.t.
, -r tu fuirva nman at Krtl r f!ivnar Ninth
O ret and WuMngton atenne; services Sab-
oa'h S and 10 a. m.; uapera a p. nv. ; ouuaay ocuwi
t p. :n. service, every day at a. hi. Rev. Mswstureoii
II. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
......M..1I TUMI ARRIVE.
il ati ...... 8 :0J a. ra I M all .4 :06 a.m
. . I ,.,.,. . e wi.puaa 11 '10 A m
r Accom uauuu.i i i vl ,v
1 Eipreti 8:50 p.m AccimdatloB..:l3 p ro
C.ST. L.N. O. R.R. JA0nUot).
4U.ll 1 lliml N4lt. .. 411 D Bl
tKxi)r'eV.-"...'.'in::.0a m tKlpreft 10:90a
tAc'oiodatlon 3: (.Op. in I
ST. L, 4 R. R
ExprcM SMS a m
(Narrow Oause )
I EiprM 4:M p.m
I Accoca'datloB 11:40 m
ht r. r M
A 8. K. R
Eitrts U:J"iB.m I tExurcsa . 3:20 p to
WARASII, (T. I.OflS PACIPIC R'Y CO.
MaII A Ki .... 5:fJ vm I Matl X Ef.... 9:V p.m
tArcom'datlon 1:3 1 p.m 1 1 Attom'datiuB 11 :10 a.m
liaiiy except nuuday. ' t Drtllr.
MOBILE OHIO B.
Mall a. u. I Uail..........9:10 p. ra.
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
rarar-riarXi -J vmi JUL.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis ami Chicago.
The Onlv Lane liumnnfl-
q DAILY TRAILS
Making Direct Connection
Tiuifs LlaTl Caiwi:
3:05 a m. Mall,
Arrlvlneln Bt. Louta 9:45 a.m. ; Chicago, H:J0 p.m. i
Connecting at Odin and EfUughara for Cincin
nati, Lonl.vllle. Iudlanapolia and polnti Eaet.
11 H.m. Ht. Loula Knd Weajtern
Arriving In St. Lonla 7:08 p. tn-, and tonnectin
for all pointa West.
3:50 p.m. Kant Kxpresii
I or St. Loula and Chicago, arriving at St. Louia
0;40 p.m., and Chicago 7:80 a m
3 :CO p.m. crinclnnati Kxpreai.
Arrlvlni at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; I.omivllle 6:'5
a.ro.i Indlaimpollo 4:05 a.m. Passengera by
thia train reach the above poluta 1 M to 30
UoL'RS In advance of auy other route.
tt)r-TheS:5l p. m. expreia baa PULLMAN
bttEPINU CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, witho'it
changes, and through aUepera to St, iul and
Fat Time Kast.
D.toAiwynvLi nT thl line gothroogh to Kast.
rilSSeilJ;era vn point, without any delay
caused by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrive. In now Yo-k Monday
nornlug at 10:38. Thlrty-.lx hours In advance of
nT other route. ...
aWKor through tickets and further Information,
annlrat Illinois Contral Itallroad Depot, Cairo.
iV J. II. JONES, Ticket Agent.
A. H. II ANSON. Oen. Pass. Agont. Chicago
QE0R0E II. LEACH, M. D.
Phvsioiau and Surgeon.
Special uttontlon paid to the Homeopnthlc treat
ment o' surgical diseases, and dlseos of women
Ollko: On 14th stront, opposite the Post Office,
H. W. C. JOCKLYN,
QFTICK-Etghtk Street, near Comnarolal Avenoe
Jjn. Z. W. WITITLOCK,
Orriox No. 1U Commercial Avenue, betwteo
Jlghfi and Ninth Street
rjlHE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Illinois), t .
71 OUiO LIVES. ' i-
A General Banking business
TIIOB. W. IIAI-.LIDAY.
JNTERPKISE SAVING EASE.
Of Cairo. ' .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOS. V. HALL1DAY,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THE CITY.
GOODS SOLLVVERY CLOSE
a. O. PAT1EU & CO..
Qor. Nineteenth street I p.;.. til
Commercial Avenue! lttllO ill
PROPRIETOR OF 8PROAT8 PATENT
Wholeaale Dealer in Ice.
ICF PY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELl
?M,KED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Special tv.
Cor, Twelfth Street and Le?ee,
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
0XANDAPTXH X0DAT, OCTOBER I).
Express and Mall leaves Cairo, everv dav exceDt
Sunday, at 8:15 a. m. Arrlv,. at Ea.t St. Loula at
8:J0p.m Arrives at Cairo at 4:35 p. m.
Accommoaatton arrives at 1 1 :4u a. ra. ana Q
parts at 1:00 p.m.
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE -V3 STATES.
On and after Monilav. Julv2l. and nntil furih.-f
notice the ferrvboat f brae dutes will run a. near
as posslbleon tae following time table:
javx. LiAvxa LSAVia
Poo t Fourth it. Missouri Land'g. EentnckyLdg.
6:30 a.m. 7:00 a. m. 7:80 a.m.
R:80 " 9:00 fl-to '
10:80 " . li:0(i " u:30 "
.:00 p.m. S:30p. m. 8:00 p. m.
Leave Leave Leavo
Foot Fourth it. Kentucky Ld'g. Mlssoarl Land'g.
4:01 p.m. 4:3') p.m. 4:10 p.m.
Ou lait trip leaving Keoturkvlandlng at 4:30o'clock
p. m., the boat will go to Birds Point, making con
nection with T. A St. L. pas-ongor train for Cairo,
Flrsttrlp at 8:8) a. m. leaving Oalro, Will connect
with T. A St. L. train leaving Cairo.
JAMES KELCH& CO.
N E W L A N D.
AND GAS FITTERS,
nnttru iwi r 11 Viidkv ivn
uiu v a nr.uiJT, rinjrj anu
LIFT PUMPS FURNISHED AND PUT
UP IN A WORKMANLIKE
MANNER, GAS FIX
Of all kind, furnished to order, old flxtnrea ra.
bronied; Jobbing promptly attended to. Orders
received at Daniel Hartman's or at the shop,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE BETWEEN
NINETfl AND TENTH STREETS,
CAIRO .... II.L.8.
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY BY CHAS.
0:30 A. M. Decembers, 18r3,
Ducomber. . January.
Pork . , ft tl7 87U
2' SO P. M.
Corn- 495 cars.
NEW YORK, NOV 29 .mi.
Wheat No. a Clilcaeo, fl (17 I g N0 2 R. W.
tt tStl No. Corn Ta&Wtf.
W. T. Lasbdi. rtrir editor or i'hb nci.i.r.Tm
and etes.nbou paiseaer aynt. Orders for all
klndsof steamboat Job printing solicited. OSce
at Bower's European Hotel, No. 7i Ohio levee.
BTAOE8 OF THE KIVEU.
The river marked by tho gauge last
eveoiDf? at this port, 11 feet aud
6 inches and falling.
Pittsburgh, Dec. 8 8 p.m River 3 feet
11 inches and rising.
Cincinnati, Deo. 86 p. 111. River 11
feet 0 inches and rising.
Louisville, Dec. 8-6 p. m. River 6
feet 0 inches and falling.
Naahville, Dec. 86 p.m. River 4'eet
8 inches and falling.
St. Louis, D.c 7-6 p.rji.-River 9 feet
3 inches and falling.
The Golden Rule from Cincinnati ia due
here to-mnrrow for "New Orleans.
The Andy Bium from Memphis is due
up to-night -for Cincinnati. See W. F.
Lambdin, passenger agent, and get your
The City of Cairo, which was receiving
freight at St. Ltmisdid not come out. She
has gone to the bank with the balance of
the Anchor line.
The J. II. 'Hillman from Nashville ar
rived here yesterday morning at 6 ;30, and
discharged 80 tons of pig iron for St. L mis.
She left hereon her retu n trip a' 4 a. m.
The Gu Fowler was ir and out on good
time yesterday. Talk about schedule on
railroads, the traveling public cap alwuys
rely on the Fowler as a Sure thing.r Look
out for her again this evening.
TheU.P. Schenck left here yeterday
morning for Cincinnati. She had a bnr.i;e
in tow, and unless checked by ice will have
no trouble in getting through, as the Ohio
is rising at Fit:sburg, Cincinnati and Louis
The new steamer Helena from St. Louis
will receive freight here to-day for New
Orleans. She is said to bo a very fine bout
and big carrier. Over five thousand peo
ple vis ted her at St. Louis on Wednesday.
Capt. Thorwegan is in command.
Joe Bernath, the enterprising jeweler on
Sixth Btreet, is just in receipt of some love-
ly designs of different kinds of jewelry, all
of the latest and most modern patterns. If
you want to buy something nice for a
Christmas present, don't forgot to give Joe
The Vint Shinklo from Cincinnati is due
here this evening for Memphis. Capt. M.
M.Deem commands this reliable and popu
lar packet, and Col. G. D. Moore is hiyh
scribe. If you feel inclined to travel down
the Mississippi the Shinklo is the bout,
and Passenger Agent W. F. Lnubdin will
furnish tickets at low rates.
The Heury A. Tyler arrived here last
evening and discharged 1,200 sacks of corn
hero and 1,500 sacks of cotton-seed at Hick
man. Her cabin register this trip up was
first-class. She leaves here this evening for
Tiptonville at 4 o'clock sharp and returns
Monday evening, leaving hero Tuendiy the
12th inst. at 4 p. m. for Osce.ila.
The weather still continues quite col 1,
but somewhat milder than it was Wednes
day night and Thursday. The wind is not
so severe, but still it is good freezing weath
er. We saw a telegram from Hunter Ben
Jenkins, of St. Louis, yeterday, stating
that tho navigation there was entirely sus
pended, and the river full of floating ice.
The Hudson will harbor at Puducih nntil
The Will Kylo from New Orleans arrived
here yesterday morning at 10. Sho had
about 1,000 tons of freight on board, and
left for Cincinnati at 10 o'clock last night.
Before leaving she triod her new whiHtle
which had a variation of sounds that was re
markable, but at the same time anything but
musical. Tho breying of a beligercnt j ick
ass would have proven more acceptable to
the ears of those who wero wrhiu Injuring
distance. Capt. Bill Hamblvton says he
thought it was tho remnant of a menagrle of
wild beast just broke loose from the jungles
of the forest.
A DRUNKARD'S WIFE.
Beware of the Drunkard, young" woman
bware; because, if you place your pure
hand in his, with : "Thine, until death do
us part," then you are bound irrevocably to
the body of this living death-then must
you do the duty of a drunkard's wife if
the law everywhere is as in Iowa, it is.
This is the case:
Susan Morier, maiden fair, with an eye
sharp to the main chmce, was wooed by
John York, a mooied man and lover of the
bowl. She conscntod to be his, for better
or for worse; but she male him agree, and
be put his hand to writing, that he would
give her "so much money" every year. The
sober maiden and the drunken man were
made one flesh but not for lon,'. The fair
Suean tired of jocund John within seven
short weeks tnd left him with his cups
des&erted him desserted him bi cause he
continued to become drunk with a regular
ity delightful to his favorite saloon-keeper.
And either because Susan was unkind or
his liquor too frequent and too strong, John
fell into a melancholy and died.
Then the gentle Susan came m forward in
her widow's weed, claimed the bi-ncfit of
her ante-nuptial contract with the unla
rnentcd John, and sued to enforce it. The
case was taken to tho Iowa Buprerue court,
aud Susan was ditappointed. Tho court
held that John's intemperate habits wero
no worse after his marriage than before,
and that Susin, being fully advised of h's
habits, had taken him "for better or for
worse." She was not therefore, justified in
leaving him. She chose a drunkard for a
husband, and she should have continued
to discharge the duties of a drunkard's
wife. She doubtless would have lived
more comfortably in the society of a sober
man, but she ought to have considered the
discomforts of a drunken husband when
she married the intestate- w hen she mar
ried the unlamented Jahn. "But," she
urged, "he promised to reform premised
before marriage." Very well, replied the
supreme court; but his failure to keep this
promise did not justify you in deserting
him. All the world kr.ows such promises
made by a drunken man are always broken.
In a few words, the woman who knowingly
marries a drunkard must be content to be
a drunkard's wife.
This is Iowa law. It is at least better 1
law than "crowner's quest law;" but it is
not eiuctly clear to our mind that Susan
can be blamed for not admiring tho court
that made this decision.
I ETTER LIST.
LIST OF LETTERS REMAIMXO UNCALLED
I'OU IK THE POSTOmCK AT CAIRO, ILL.,
SATURDAY, DECEMBER tt, 1888.
Cad ley, Manely
Hewitt, Mattio L
Powell, Mary col
Jouet!, Elko col
Miiler, Orul B
W nliauis, Martha J
Aukeiuiann, G W
liuuch, J II
Clay. Geo L
Euiz, Henry A
Fount .in, W J
Golt, H a
Averile, Cuss F
Bowles, William A
Balfrty, John J
Bush well, Jerome
Carroll, W 8
Campbell, J W
Edwards, W II
Ellis, J ..toes
Espey, II S 3
Fust it, John
Jamef, J II
Kendle, Wtu C
Mai tin, Churchwoll Miller, Alfred
Osborn, E K
Pitman, O W
Perkins, J U
Smith, J Andrew
Sides, John W
Swift, John col
Pan k rats, Jos
Spinilding, S C
Sanders, John L
Shdltou, James A
Sheh an, MJ
WhitesidiB, Geo col Agent, "B" Hue
Persons calling for the above mentioned
will please say advertlsod.
Geo. W. McKeaw. Postmaster.
The first American inscription upon tho
obelisk, now standing in Central Park,
isew York, will be, Use Dr. UM t Cough
Syrup. Price 25 cents.
Doxqola, Dec. 8th, 1833.
Whew I didn't we have a regular "north
er" on the night of the 6th inst. and Old
Trim was caught out in it and had to fnce
if, as he groped his way homeward en
gulfed in inky darkness, while the wind
almost swept him away. It would not be
telling the truth to say that the thoughts
of tho "outer darkness" we read of, did
not flush through his mind nironir
enough to nuke the hair on the back of
his heal (there areot any on top,) stand on
end. After a 'hard struggle, we arrived
safe at home, and found Mrs. Trim by a
warm fire, reading The Cairo Bulletin.
After throwing ourself out and becoming
quite comfortable, we proceeded "at once"
to scan the columns of The Bulletin, tmd
oh, my! how glad we were when we saw
that "Mrs. D. Green" had come aain,
"Tall aches from little tokrnis grow" we
read it clean through, prayer and all. We,
as requested, "thought seriously." Yea.
we dug behind our ear, laid our fiDger
along our nose and thoujht seriously on thn
subject of "compulsory education," and
what we had written on the subject. We
never looked at the subject from Mrs. D.
Green's sttnd point. EsUblibb compulsory
education and the sequences would be just
nawful, "driving nil the children into
school, all tho schools after the same model,
all political parties into, aud everybody
into the same religious faith;" but worst of
all, "everybody knowing as much us every
body else, and all knowing the same
thing." Then agaiu the ladies being to
"eschew lily while and do their back hair
up after the same fashion," and who dare
say there would not soon follow an' edict,
that "youna mashes'' should esclmw part
ing their hair in tha middle. We stand
coirected Mrs. D. Green, having been con
verted by thinking s-rioiisly over (hit
emeuation from your n mden.us bruin.
that hippily reached us thmu.'h the col
umns of The Bulletin. So by, by, and be
easy, go on using lily wluto. Hung, pufF
or friz jour hair as seems the best to you
Join the hard-she. 1 Methodists orCatho
lies as seemeth riyht in your sight; rent
assured that the subject ot compulsory edu
cation thill hereatter be eschewed by
Circuit court is in session at Jonesboro
this week and violaters of the law are look
One of Dongola's citizens is now in the
county jail, lying out a twenty-five dollar
Business is lively. Mr. Woodward has
put the finishing touches on his New York
store. E. Cuhl is about to get into litiga
tion with his negro renters concerning
some corn; Tho negroes have nailed up
the crib so t!iat Cuhl c tnnot get his rent
Mr. Cuh! has roasted coffee to sell at one
dollnr per pirk; has also hundreds of bar
rels oi (1 ,i :, 1 meal of the best brand,
ruado on his own big ;reek mills. Look
for Cuhl's flour when you go to buy.
Cairo, III., D-combor 'h, 18f.
The regular annual mooting of tho stockholders
of tho National Bmk. f t'Hiro, for the i urpoe of
sol'-cMntf seven director., will bo hold at the office
nfatld Imuk, In Inlsclly. ou Tuwlav, January uth,
ma. I'o.ls open at 1 1 o'clock a. a . aud cio.e at 4
o clock p. m, of sa d dav.
td. TuOH. W 1IALLIDAY, Cashier.
ORDINANCE NO. 101.
An ordinance grsntlug uutborltv t Edwin W,
Ualliduv an.oilutei and assigns to establish,
coustru t and malntalu Electric Wurk. In the
city of Cairo.
B It ordaiued by the City Council of the city of
section 1. Tout Edwin W, Uallldoy of the city
ofCnlro Illiiols, hi. ass ,cla es sud ass grs, urn
hereby authorized to eatabl .h, construct and
rnal .tain Electric forks in the cty of t'air i, for
liLimtDMlug and bentiug purposes and for luriil-h-Ing
inotl e pow-jrand all oilier purposes for Mb ch
El'Xtr city or Magnetic TuWitr may i . ade avail
able or useful. And tuerC' t, run, lay dowu and
nialiitul i nulis, lamp ports, wires, id,, conduc
t rs and all otuur uecosiarv appliances or attach'
mtuis, up hi, in, through or under any of me
streois, avenue, al eye or public grounds in the
saia city of I'a.ro, and lor the purpura of uroct ng
said Imps, posti. and polos, ljl"g down saw
pipes and constructing said conductors, appliance,
and atta hnients sni repairing the same said r.d
wln W, llHlllduy, ins ass elates and ..signs may
enter upon auy street, avenue, t'lej r public
grounds within said cly an I tato u; tliu pa o
in. nts or ld walks ou s.icti st-iets, aveniies.niipys
or D'llMc uroui.'d- and make such excava loii.
therein as mav bo lie ersary for the niirnuses a lore.
sari I'mvlilvd Hih' A I siiih ixi.ia l.,,, ...
trhmni etc.. alorueald, anali be an lo.-meri t..
rcfftsimi no material tncoaveuli iice to th 'i III
usea idun' er dire tlon of tbe street romm'Mno,)
and provl'i. d further ihtt such pavein nts or Hdo;
walk, .hall be taken Mf'tM etcivatinn. ma u nn.
dor tt. nine Ion of tbe committee on slreon and
In such m inner as to glvj tne luat inconvenience
to the Inhabitants or tbe sal I city, and that said
pavements, sliluwa ks xml excavations slial be r
pl.cud In as gool a condl lon as before with al-
reasonable piomptne.. and d a atci, byand at tbe
expense of lh said Edlu W, IJaillday, his as so
cial e.i and a-sgiis,
ApptoveO Oeceumer B'ri, A.
N. H. TIlisri.K wnniv M.vn.
Attest: D, J. F01.KY, City lera,
Published til Dahy Cairo llu. lo in, Dec. t)tb, IAS).
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
yet found is Brown's Iron
Bitters, and this by rapid
and thorough assimilation
with the blood purifies and
enriches it, and rich, strong
blood flowing to every part
of the system repairs the
wasted tissues, drives out
disease and gives health and
Thi3 is why Brown's
Iron Bitters will cure
kidney and liver diseases,
neuralgia, dyspepsia, mala
ria, intermittent fevers, &c
aoj 3. Paca St., Baltimore.
Nov. .8, 1881.
I was a great sufferer from
Dyspepsia, and for several
weeks could eat nothing and
was growing weaker every
day. I tried Brown's Iron
Bitters, and am happy to say
I now have a good appetite,
and am getting stronger.
Brown's Iron Bitters
is not a drink and does not
contain whiskey. It ir. the
only preparation of Iron
that causes no injurious ef
fects. Get the genuine.
Don't be imposed on with
Ml l'UALAlll SOCIETY.
REKAl EUREKA! I
SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUB-
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
OrgHnled .Inlv Uth, 11177, limler the Laws 0
the Mate of Illinois. Copyrighted Juh
0, 11177, 1'mlrr Aft ot Coiiirrcss.
m. MeUAHKY Treatment
A. (JtH.oi I'lN tt. ,
.u, 1 un.i.ii .-. ...,rt v c.i"r. .lufii
r M'' Tr.r.,
J. 8. 1'fc'J'nlK ( Medical Advisers
THIhMAH LKWIS Secretary
ED. II, WHITE Assistant becretauy
V. XKCUTI VIC COMMITTEE.
Wm. r.PlTC'KB, L.S.THOMAH,
W.C.JOCKLYN, K. VINCENT,
WILL T. ItKDUUKN.
J. A, Uolitstltie, of (loldstlne A Itu.enwater, whole
sale and ret il ury gno I, etc.. 1 Ja. H. MeOahey,
1 11 m tig r rtoalnr; W 11. K. 1'itclior, Ken' ral airent
Allien Lewis, ile.imr In dour ami grain ( L H.
Tliiunaa. tirlcklayurs .M.ia t'lillllps. contra nor
and builder; II A i.'uumhluy, gr.'ceri Tho..
Lewis, acieretarv and aitoruay-at-la! W. II.
Marean, II mminuo nhyaician; H Ha der, of
Sueder. rliin. .troeers! . II. Italrd. siref aiper
visor; Kit U White, ass't aec. W. t). M. A. Bi
elotvi J. W. Spier, lumber and w-mlllj f. L.
Oernlgini, barber 1 K 1 Oivtrlcn, clerk W., St 1,.
,tl'. H It ; M. Knhier ni-i'chiiit tailur; Jen M.
Clark, dealer In ail-paper an 1 window ahadus; J.
E Kngllsb, contractor and liuH'ler: WnlT, Ked
burn, of Mtusn A Kedburu, elgsr liianufacliirer.
K. Vlnrent, dealt" in Mni a d cement: L A.
Hhe'p., photographert W O Jocettn, denlit;
H.Tabur, mfg. Jeoelerl J. It. Kobltisoo, J. I". and
notary public t J. H. Ptrie, nh lelau; II. W.
Ilo.i wick, iuuranro agent: K. K Jarboe. funnnea
Ht. Ua. main., and B S, Walbrwlgu, lumber ana
saw-mill, of Cairo) II. Leightoa, ca.bl.r Nat.
Hank, Stuart, ! wa K.v. V, A Wnkxreon, Pryors
burg, Km i.W. Tairy, phjalclta.ritlioo, K.