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rUIILIHIIRD II V JOHN H..OIIKKLY A CO.
M. II. IIARItKLt, ASSOCIATE EDITOR.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1800.
Arrival ami Departure of Mall.
(Cairo Poet Office, February 2. 1809 )
(Timo of cloning.)
hortli (through.............. .1:S0un... 3:01 p.m.
North way) 4i4op.ni 11:00 pm,
flouth throtiK.li will way). 4:00 .m IMwp.m.
8oulh Memphis A N.O.J.. 4:00.m 4:U0p.m.
Ohio lllver route...... 6:tw p.ui-.. ti:inj p.m.
Miniitolppi Itlvrr route,
TihhiImjr nnd. Fridays,.. ;00 p rn...... :00p.m.
Charleston, Wo,, Tue siUy.
Thursdays A Haturday. 11:00 o.m . HiOO A.m.
Thebes, fooo lilnni uil
HsotnHc fl.OOp.mFrl. 7:(Kn.m. flat.
Ohio llivo routij depart every Jay i jeoiit Mondays.
J. M. GUA1IAM, T M.
ujSarrett's is uii8urp.8setl.
Rodman wants to occupy nnd posscsH
the oillco of County Treaaurer another
term, nml Jiirgoimon proposes to go after
him with u;"3lmrp Htlek'' nud gather In
the oillco for liln own use and buiicflt.
'Barrett's1 tlio originator.
Tho City Tux Collector will floon begin
to "gather them In." The hook nhould
have been placed In his hands several
weeks ugo, hut insuoerahlo llllldiililen
prevented. Longer delay, however, Is
inexcusable. Push things, gentlemen!
The attention of tho Democratic Com
mlltee In called to the fact that several
Important olllees must he lllled at the
election In November. Tho committee
should noon determine wticther nomi
nees wliull be put iuto tho Held or u scrub
raco Indulged In.
Tho dilapidated condition of tho Ohio
levee plank mud Imi been under discus
slon for many months. Thostibject was
brought before litis City Council by peti
tion, and is uow being considered by the
Street Committee. This committee
flhouTd act promptly, and have the road
Our rolling-mill man has been pros
pecting In several of tho Ohio river cit
ies for a site for his proposed mill. Ho
has heard at each place of tho death of
his brothc.'-ln law, nud In consequence
of thoHud oveut bus been compelled to
abandon his enterprise. Ho is evidently
filleted with a combination of bad whis
ky and insanity.
Timo arc, we understand, several IMch
mnnds'ln tho fleld for Couuty Judge on
the Democratic side. One of these gen
tlemen Is b distinguished Bolter, and
another a Mild Democrat whose position
lu evory canvass for tho past flvo years
has been tho subject mutter of vehement
dUcimslon nmong the faithful. He gen
erully (tarts Into a canvass In the charac
ter of a Very-Qtralght-TIcket-Dcrnocrat,
btu in a short timo manages to become
offended with some of his party associ
ates and becomes 'mixed;" but ho Is
preferable to tho otlier candidate, nud
has had several year's experlenco as n
In about every tenth negro hovel in
the city a darkey, young, old or middle
aged, can bo heard groaning and yelling
In the ngonlcsof cramp colic. Tho reason
Is, that since watermelon
s, large enough 1
for a family of a half dozen, can be
bought for ten cents apiece, a goad por
tion of tho colored population subsist
Upon nothing else. A watermelon break
fast, dlsplto the acbes and pains it is suro
to bring, Is a luxury that a great many
colored pcoplo havo not tho will to fore
go. if frequent attacks of colic among col
ored people who io freely indulge the
Melon appetite, are the worst conse
quences, they will escape quite fortuno
ately. v All?, Smu Tawn f.ti or croikit
We have heard it frequeatiy remarked
that our town lots, which arc, geae rally,
85 by 100 feet, are not half large eaough ;
that they are, la feet, rldlcirlsnsly smsll.
Tenons making these objectless proba
bly overtook the faot that if the lets were
mvvwtw n uwj ifiuu vo
held at doable their present arlee, and
put, tbrefef; beyead the raselt of very
poor men. Thea, again, if one lot does
not furnish the required room there Is no
law, rule or regulation that will hinder
the purchase of two, three, or a half
That there aro no public alleys in the
city Is also a cause of some complaint.
The projectors of the olty acted upon the
supposition that puoiio alleys would be
come the common receptacles
age and filth holding that if alleys be
oame an indispensable necessity citizens
weuld provide privato ones, and see to it
that they were kept in a cleanly condi
Why the cross streets wero not made
to run through, on a direct lino from
river to river, wo have never ascertained.
It would havo added much to the Bym-
metrv. regularity and ventilation of th6
oltv: but these considerations were, In
mnma wav. overbalanced, nnu mo cross
1 1 1
'trceta inado to break on Washington
nvonuo. Tho Irregularity and broken
views thus occasioned lmvo been tho sub
ject of uot a Ilttlo speculation ami in
qulry. The wide streots and rogular river
frontago of the city, nro to be commend
ed, and aro In consonanco with tho gen
eral notion of what western cities ought
to bo j but tho ubsonco of alloys, tho
-mall town lots, and tho olbowa and
shoulders In tho cross ; streots that out ofX
the view from river to river, are held as
being of queatlonablo propriety.
Hot day yesterday, and to-day.
The EellMe To-4nyThe PkiwatM, Ac-
The great celestial exhibition of which
no much haa been said and written will
commence tbla afternoon at about 12
minutes past 4 o'clock. At that time the'
eastern edge of the moon will pass In
front of the western limb of tho sun. At.
about thirteen minutes past five, the mo
ment of tho greatest obscuration, only"
about nno fortieth part of the huh will bo
visible a mere circlet on tho upper or
northern edge. The duration of the
ccllpso will bo about two hours and a
' Eclipses demonstrate that the present
theory of the universe Is tho correct one
furnishing convincing evidence that
tho millions of twinkling bodies that dot
tho heavens are solid, opaque niaflscs'of
matter llko that upon which wo livo;
and proof that cannot bogalnsaycd that
thoBun and moon are of that charac
ter of matter, and of tho ?izo and at tho
distance from tho earth calculated by
our modern astronomers.
In tho earlier days of the world eclipses
of the nun were mudo to cervo tho pur
poses of tho wise; nnd, It Ih said, that
oven Columbus mndo use of a coming
ccllpso to terrify tho savages of tho Vet
Indies who sought his lho and (.he lives
of his crew.
Tho causes of eclipses arc IIiuk set
Though stars, planets, and satellites
may undergo eclipse, gonerally known
these cases as oceultation, the principal
ones, and tho? which are most valuable
to science, uro of the sun and moon.
Partial solar eclipses sometimes occur
from tho transit of tho lower planets
across the faco of the sun, but u solar
ccllpso proper Is the aisaagu of the moon
between the nun and earth. And It ir
hero to bo observed that u solar eclipse
can never happen except at the timo of
new moon, or when the sun and moon
are In conjunction. In a partial eclipse,
one sldeof the sun beioncs gndually
Indented, and tho bright orb continue
waning for a timo, and then gradually
throws ofT tho terrible Incubus of dork
nes, which seemed to threaten his lu
minous face. In a total eclipse, tho In
dentation swells, until It ha- expunged
tile sun Into a hideous black blot, liunn
annular eclipse, tho whole orb Is plunged
iuto darkness except an intensely bright
aunulus, or ring. In a certain sense, an
ccllpso of the un may bo regarded as an
eclipse of the earth, caused by the moon's
shadow. By n process similar In kind to
that which determines tho length of tho
earth's shadow, It Is known that the
greatest possible length of tho shadow of
the moon Is GO 73 times tho earth's semi
diameter, and that tho least diitancc of
the eartn rrom wo moon is oo.va semi
diameters. No one can fail to sec, then, that if at
the conjunction of thesun and moon, the
length of tho shadow, and the distance
or tho moon from tho earth aro identical
with the above mentioned numerical
values, the moon'a shadow will extend
beyond the earth. Should the earth be
In a position at this Juncture, that, the
shadow would fall on it, thero would be
a total eclipse of the sua, at nil places
wiituu, oroverwuicu uir ""
Should the heavens bo overcast with
clouds tho only effect of tho ccllpso will
bo an Increased amount of darkness, anu
an unusual degree of chilliness In tho at
mosphere. In the event that tho sky Is
cloudless thero will bo strango and beau-
tlful phenomona presented In tho colors
and shadowB of the sky and eartrT, the
-estlvencsa of the bruto creation c.
Astronomers, gathered at points oi to-
tallty, will be on tho anxious lookout for
now worlds between tnosun anu meruuij,
Ithavluglongbeeu contended by some
that several lesser planets have existence
there. The intense light of the sun has
prevented ft due exploratlou, sinco wj
question has been raised. As the eclipse
..... a A At ...111 IvA
Will shut off that UglU, mere mu
ample opportunity for a thorough search.
An examination will lo bo made Into
tho corapojltlon of the sun and its light.
To facilitate this investigation photo.
graphs will he taken at various stages,
and the sun's rays win um tnymi -
jectd to chemical analysis and scrutiny.
"Barrett's" Successful Hair Restora
Rtr HtmriKKD Dozen moro ofthecel-
y,TtA Mason" Fruit Jars, perfect and
-i i. ..ir-kMiam. ih but in America
huat recolved and for aala at reduoed
nrlces. at the uaevHwarv
Pajuwns, Davis Co,,
Nos. 6 and 7 Tenth Bt.
Th rat hall storm that scientific
men oredMcd would precede the eclipse
did not reach Cairo, we nave nowover,
in a chilled atmosphere, aowa vldnee
thattho calculation was noi entirety a
fault. Tho fall or rain iasi mgiu,
Immediately succeeded toy a cnange o
nmnraturo that idlcates a fall of hall
somepolotnot yeryremote from Cairo.
A very"plous and a very superstitious
ni,i tiporn woman called upon a family
this mornlng,.fbr which she felt a good
deal of affection, and announceu uer pur
nose to remain there, "kase," says she,
ut Ave o'clock sumoln's gwlnotohap
pen. The yeth is gwlne to be knocked
into Items, and If I go down or go up,
Tim irwlne wld dls ero family." And tho
nl,i nroaturo found her way to tbokltoh
wi.cro she expects to bo at B o'clock
I i . . t n.i f
when tho earth gets mo Dump max, iu
knock It Into "Items."
Read "Burrott'i'J advertisements.
Capt. Dexter and Jack Grammerlmvo
contracted for tho building of a now boat
for tho Cairo and Evansvlllo trade. 8ho
is to bo 220 feot Jong, 85 feet beam and
fti feot hold. She Is to bo suppled with
low.prepsuro engines, three SO Inch
i.IImi OH af lniw. nml hnf nf. in iiiuh to
th(j hutm tmn )uAl0U the
, Qho tf llUlleratoua thnt BU0 3 to bo
finished In 100 days from Uio timo of en-
J "B Into tho contract.
The Late Benefit.
Tne following statement of relpts
anu oxpcDuiiurcs on account of the re
cent entertainment given for tho boneflt
of the Orphan Asylum, is published for
the perusal of those whom it may con
From tickets sold by Mr, -afloril $ o 00
ao oo uo .nr. i imiimion 150
do ito do Mr. Wardner M
do do do Mr Sfraflon fj 2j
do do do Mil (Jons II 74
do do do Miss Wheeler. 7 75
do do do Mr. Linton m
do do do Mr. Pannon... 75
do do do Mr. ltockcl,H j
do do do Mr. Cnndce 2 to
,.Uo , A0 d? '.n'ce M 15
Dontted by Mrs. H(Toiil ; u)
do ItarcUy Brolliori a 25
do Mr. HnfTord.. a 0,
do Mr. llynlop 2.1
ItefrcHliment receipts by Mrn. Willimgon and
IMrlilnon . 11 jjj
nen-puhmuntirctdptit by Mlstfi Joemn nnl
Uom and Mrs l!cnderoti. . jj 35
I'n id (.Minor, leo Cream
(Id Kill. Ice Cream
do Tor moving Plnno
do Ilnllotln, fur printing . ,
Timex, (iir printing
do ForCakon ,
do ltent of Athenenm
do Hundiv .Inin
.. H 24
. 4 no
.. 'I 14)
.. IS C)
. 1 40-JW 74
Jacoli O, Lynch J(.
Mr. Jacob U. Lynch, ho preHentofTI
clent.nnd competent comty elerk of Al
exander county, Is a idltlute for re
election to thut olllce. rerybody knows
"Jake;" that ho Is Jint flio man for tho
place, and ho will Widitabtctlly bo con
tinued in otllcc. Jon'-loro Oazetto.
Mr. Lynch bus shovn himself a very
faithful, cMiclent and (serving ofllceri
To qualities of helid nod heart that dis
tinguish him as an excolent gentleman,
ho adds a democracy tiat is abovy sus
picion. Wo have nohcltatlon lu saying
'that tho democratic paty of Alexander
county has, for anotlur term, sot nsldo
the county clerk's ofllbtfor Lynch.
JJr. Burke has, wo lean, arrived safely
at Mobllo, for which pine, 011 an invita
tion from his brother, no Is 0110 of tho
most eminent physlclasof that city, he
left on Monday last. Yo sincerely hope
that under the kind ni-slng of his broth
ers family and the skilful treatment of
his brother that the Dctor will fully re
gain his health, nndreturn to ub tho
sound, useful and vulubleoltizcu ho was
before stricken down y disease.
A fow years, ago Dr. Burko stood
among tho very best f tho medical pro
fession of this couutr, and enjoyed a
practice among the flit families of our
city. Should he recoer ho will bo wel
comed back as a vultble acquisition to
our medical fraternlt, and a a liberal
hearted, frank and itelllgent citizen.
A gentleman res 'I rig In tho Fourth
Ward, who Is sufllcUtly forehanded to
havo a well-flllcd clfkcn coop, detected
an unusual ngltatld among his fowls
about 12 o'clock lat night, and con- I
eluded to tnvestlgati U? cause. Ho did
not havo to push his I veitlgatIons far
1 r-r. da iiiuaroi a lu grown man at
tho coop busily eJgage hugging the
chickens. Ho iumedlatly fired upon
tho rascal, whoilstead getting out as
quick as posnibr actudly stood his
ground long cnoifh to ritirn the hot.
This morning twtor thro of tho chick-
nes were mlsslng,nd uetr tho coop was
found a hag, whlcl of cuirse, the ownor
can havo by "calllg, pnvlng property
and paying chargq"
The following bdo of viewing the
eolipse is laid dowrbrtho common peo
ple: "Procure a pie of plato glass, clear
of veins and Imputes, smoko It over a
burning lampor caro, making diiTerent
shades. View tho ginning and end of
the eclipse through o deeper shades on
tho glass; at the tinof the greatest ob
scuration use the ligsr shades."
Parties who maybscrve tho rose
colored Jets or fiamethat will, during
the eclipse, project bond the limits of
the gloomy disk, willow them with In
creased conoern whehcy learn that It
has been demonstratiby tho spectros
cope that they are corbsed of Incandes
It Is predicted thate plauet Venus
and a number of stars tho first magni
tude will be visible, a o'clock this af
ternoon, to the naked 9. Keep a look
out for them.
Tirs 'cle,kt m.
Oen. Andmon. Colnmbt". Wrt,,te( pjUctth.
N. In3WortlBewuriru.-t'v,, emniivlUe,
Mary llouMnn, Ixjuimna. 2i'fuii, Memphis
Umpire, NashTllle. Mtfc ljr, Ht Uuii.
Oen, Anderon, Columlm. Wni Paduvali.
Lonkwortli. LouUlwaw. Qi cr 'evbuhvIII.
Mr? lloiulon, H O i ,rV' V Lollla
Marbto City, MeinphU, a.LPatlmrg
jiiciin'iii", . v'.;ri
A heavy rain fell Inst 1 au,i tho
air this morulng was dlstittUjy cooj.
At present writing tho alrgidofabiy
warmer, nnd the clouds rapidly
Tho Mississippi is dcelinirgt, T.nuU
and abovo though less rapid,
Tho Ohio Is falllnnat all Wnh
less than 3 feet at l'ittsburgl 3 feot 4
Inches In tho pass over tnca. Tho
Cumberland Is declining vlt inches
scant on Harpoth Shoals.
Hero tho river has fallon ICS j,,
tho past 21 hours.
Tho Quickstep brought 15 kiril .J5
bbls apples fow lots for tho cltfy sits
wheat Tor St. Louis, pugs 0f 70
sks oats, 10 bbls flour, 20hhdn LCO 6
tons sundries for resmpmeiu soH
Tho Umpire brotighvor a. t&
Co., 250 sUh corn. For St. Louis i)dia
iron. Fop Chicago 18 bills loathe-
feathers, and for the south 300 l.l.ln nn,L
uu 10 sugar Kettles.
Tho Wm. White, Capt Northern is the
packet for Paducah this evening.
Tho Cumberland, Cspt. Billy Lowth, la
... - .... - -
uie ivansviiiepacKet this evening.
The Umpire, Is the Nashville packet
TTt run rtfiii.n..,
b iml su.'r?7.'r Cot",K V Elll'Hi. Ninth
nl Sixteenth street rptpee.llvel
- - ILLINOIS.
T7rxi :II , I. A TK I -Thcro ) a perfocl rtuh
to HArcliiy Tor tho celcbraled French Wanking.
pollni?""1 ' nnt' " nn'ur,"(!', x"a I'oot nml shoo
NOW IS THKTIir-Tii put your howet In
Kol j!iaio. Pnintlncnnd ihltcvrahlnn a-o tho
order of the ifny, Whitn lnd nnd tmtntu of nil col
ors urn In demand. At tho RREKN I.A1IE1. Druir
Store, on thn Leroe. you c.-in ct l'nlnt, OIIk, Vnr
nlnheand Uio- iull nf all kinds. Now on hand n
full ntock of Collier White Iead, lelm Wnltn Lend,
Ixnn Htar White liead; olio pnlnt varnlrh -and white
wiwh trmhci. UanlnyV is tho place.
Rr.n km nu it w 1 1 e w fi.y-ti ji k am vm
That you can cetth LlKhtnlns Kly I'aner at liar-
cl). They hftTo the cennlno anlule, frrtfi from tho
lactory. u attracts nica nna mils tli-m.
WATKIt OV HAfl'I.NKhS-Kor Toothache,
-mil.DREN'M WORM TAtll.KTM-nAl.te..
j Ure and small, lovo them, cry for them, and eat
wirin win, aTiuuy, ami arc ijuirsiy rciievcil or Hormi.
Twnnty-flTo cent a box, or, If you wlih thi-m sent by
mail enido-o tlilrty-flie cent to Uaiclny Ilros., And
they will bo sent you promptly. -
T70II NAI.K Silver Hi'p,Jut thethlnctn mako
a. your ciiTerwarn nngns anu new. txiignio i aim
the Indezlcol at IUrcU) a.
TAI.U II K A DM AND GRAY IIAIRN AT
JT TKKTIOW Do you irant urenewalof the lecu
.ifrn hrail of hair ihnt you once nrfded in I If so. no
to liarclaya' and taka ) our choice of Hetoralite,-
narreit-s, nail's, TiMatt's. Ulna's, Ayer's.CheTallcr's,
Wooiis', JayneV, Mrs. Wlnf low's Eureka, and any
other yon may wont, IncIudlOK the Jatamansl.
WANTKD-To find the Individual In Cairo, or
elsewhere, who has tried Kerr's Kvstcm Reno
vator without rccelTlnjr, DKCIDKI) IlKNkKIT. Man)
or our leailinR citl'ns hava tested lu Tirtuos to satl
'PKY IT-Mudge's Amer cm Sherry Wine, unlike
X other wines, is lax&tfvo In Its ctTcct. It Is a
plenunt and reliable cure fur cottlroacis- ToImi hail
;IVOT AtTIO.V HKACC-A superior susprn-
irr lursKiri or ai i an unequaucu craco lor
CshouldeMi alwam .1 sutnenderi n tirncn. or not
C? WEET arJIHINK-The ceuulne nrticlft to
C5 hd lUrclays', Quinlnn free from bitterness, and
yet containing all the virtues of common quinine.
BCRTOX'S -HACCO AMTIBOTE Thon
who wish to nnlt ehewlnc tokiacco can flnii & surA
euro tn Uwaafter irtitn'a Antidote, net a box nnd
try It. eend nfty cent to Ilarclay flrothers, Cairo,
and thoy will send you a box by mail.
trrnm, whinkien aso iikaxdik
If For Medlcsl use. California and importeil
m brandies, and the beit article of llotlrbon.
D4RATAOA NPRINGW-Why RO tn
KJ anu spenu nve xo ten aouars a aar, wnen right
hero at home you can drink the self-samo water, Toy
rool and lively aa it curdles fresh from tho reservoirs,
aiuarciays irug more, on 1110 iivcor
GIAKDr.N MEKDH-r.tveKetable of your own
T Krowlni . Lose no time In getting l our seeds, no
to Itarclays' fordarden Seeds, 'reth anu sound. They
havo a full line ef I-tnireth', and tho Shaker Peeda
from South Union, Kr.
LADIKN, ATTENTIOIV If you want pick and
choice or the nicest lot of tne soaps In town t if
you want the best Colotne, lavender water, Florida
Water, or other tntlet water J if you want anything In
the way of Cosmetics, Powder or Perfumes, xo to
Estate, of W lltam Rottler, deceat J.
The undersigned having been appointed adminis
trator of tho esta e of William Itottler, lata of tho
eounty of Alexander, and Htato of Illinois, drceav d,
hereby gives notice that lit will appear beforo tho
eounty eonrt of Alexander county, at the court house,
In Colro, at tho July torm, on the 3d Monday in July
next, at which timo all person having claims against
said estate are noti'Jod and requested to attend for
the purpose, of having thej same adjusted. All per
sona indebted to said estate are requested to mako
immediate payment to the undepngnixl.
Dated this 3d day of Jnne, A. O. ISOO.
wcw DANIEL HKHL, Adminltitor.
KW GOODS I
IS THE CITT
KITTKMIOU.SE St HAN.N1
Have on hand, fresh frcyn the rnsrkel
X)IC(SM . C3r
Printed de Ltitei, '
Drown and Bleached riheetines,
Hrown and llieaclied Shirtings,
Tarl Printed 8pringShawl,
Unn lace Shawls.
Paris Veil Rareite.''
WhiteGoode, Iwnna Maria,
Wolnsoolts, Potted Melt,
tioft Cambria, Hojleryi ,
India Twill, Ulove
India Mull, . Jacotiet,
Linen Camlivlc, SwIsn.
ri.OTII AN D CAftNINKRS,
C0B1"K JEiaHTH VT, AND COUVKHQTAlj ATM.'
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
pjALLiUAY BRQTHKR8, "
FOR WARDING AND C0MMISSI0S
IMC 3E3 H O EC 3T
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Oirvmri r. "
OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILLINOIS
SUGAItS, C0FFKKS, TEAS, SYRUl'S,
.tlolnsses, Tolincco, Cignrs,
Flsli, Cnurllcs, Wooileinvarc, Willow-Warn
JSTaHe,, Oil, X'a.ixx.tm,
U'liulow-GIusM, iMUfy, iimc
Cement, Piaster-Paris, Gunpowder
Old Hye, .MoiioitSnlieIn nnd Bourbon
Xfcod XjoexcX wc Shot.
sfef'0'"' con,Un,,Jp on ! nio-t complete
' LIUUOKS, AVIII8KIKS,
SCOTCH A.VI IRISH WHLSKF, GIN
Port, Madflrn, Sherry anil Cat swbi
uo, AorxT roa
J. RIED $ COS CELEB R A TED WIIbEL?
I NO ALE.
We sell exclustrely for CASH, towhlch wn Inr.i.iK.
attention of cIomi caih buyers. "UKn wo
THE ATM INSURANCE CO
... ana.tna at
"By ihHr KultH ye know thcM
iMstca Ittid in F.flu Year,
Tho Most .Successful Firo Insurance Co.
"uiiiHUDcnevoieuce. it Is arsreand
uucoinmon event ror one of thru ln.iliniinn.
make it. MWiraiMnnalwBordSiJ?
you sow that shall vou iSi ,."
Usefulness and duly must be shaped and meatnrad
only by tho wealth nd growth of our country.
Loswn Paid at Cairo by Ute iui
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Mai, UraKarri 1lCo'.',,Z.Z...
J. A. Reed
.... Itt to
Taylor, Kdwardi A Co,
J. P. Humphrey Jk Co
A. H. Sarlord
Kiehard li. Noves
J. H. Humphrey.. ,
Trover Jt Miller
W. P. A J. W. Timmons
Hurd, Walsh i Co
N. W. Graham A Co
all rwi a
iico ittTjori.......-,., irtw m
John Marvin Kta W
n: i&ez::: IS
Trover A Miller J" S t?
K.ll. Cunmnghain..-, ... iliti 00
J. li, Hamuli
W. II. Hails
.. 73 W
....... Utt 85
. 101 CO
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