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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1669.
LOAL NJBW8. "
llllHU-OalAl K. R-, Change, or 111.
The trains now leave as follows:
Mall trains leave) at...... - ..... go'ctock un.
Kxpre" " ........ j.. ........... Ii40 (P.m.
Mill tc&ln arrives nt..... V o'clock ...
RxproM " " " p.m.!
Way, lc7e af. ....... ' ...ISld o'clock t.tn.
Express. " 1:1' " p,ra.
Way,-arrive t . V.m
Express " TiM " a.ra.
Daily, Sundays excepted.
Aelvaf Departure of Mall.
(Cairo 1'ost Office, Kttruary 2, 1800 )
J . ARRIVE. llRMBt.
(Time Ol ciu!iii.
a. (Ci P.m.
way' f :ia p.m..
"outh (through and way). 4:00 a.m..
1:00 a. tn
tlvrr route S:U0 n.tn
Mississippi Hirer rout,
iharleston. M.iTuesdav . -
Thursdays A Huturtlarn-11:00 a.m
.11:00 ft. m.'
hebes, Oooio UUri'' nnd .
SantaKe ....... .. O.OOp.mKrl 7:0n.m. hat.
r01ilo Hi vo route dep vts every ilay ext opt Monday.
J. it. UIUIIAM, M.
On the evening of July 31st, a gentle
man's HalrBrcastpin, form of a rote bud.
Tho finder will be liberally rownrdiid by
leaving It at this office. nug23t
Married, In this city, on Tuesday eve
ning, by tho Hev. Mr. Mltchem, Mr.
John Wheeler and Miss Mellntfi Adams,
both of this city. "No cards.''
Quito a party of young folks went to
Mound City last night on the tug Ivy, to
participate in a ball given there. Tbey
returned at an early hour this morning
well pleased with the experience of tho
Mr, John Hamilton, acting under the
ndvlco of his physician, loft for HL Louis
pesterdty evening. His ailments now
being purely mental It Is hoped that a
ebnngo of hcenes and surroundings will
prove beneficial, and hasten his recov
ery. Gen. John A. Logan, D. T. LIuegar,
W.J. Yost and J. J. illrd, E.iqs., were
the speakers at the oolnred folks' eman
cipation dcmotiHtratiou at Curboudalc,
last Monday. It is said that Illrd, who
is a colored man, made the beBt and most
moderate speech of the day.
A number of our citizens will visit
Springfield, next Saturday, to.tujoy the
effect of midnight at 6 o'clock in the
afternoon. We would not,' of course, for
tho world have these parties meet any
disappointment; but they can not expect
us to wear crupo on our hut If thut city
does not happen to bo within tho total
The watchman of tbo tresscl work
above the city, died night before lut In
riU Mary's Inllrmury. lie waHutilmt at
tacked by a diarrhea, which, It is cald,
dually assumed the form of n llux, and
killed him. His body was decently cof
fined and cared for by Dennis Cody,
track master. He had served as watch
man for a period of about four years was
a steady, reliable man and generally
respected In the circle in which ho
The Illinois Central railroad company,
in order to accommodate thoso who
"lovo darknoKs rather than light" will
Issue half fare tickets to the "total obscu
ration" belt which can bo gained at
Aa no man living will over have
another .opportunity of witnessing the
nun shrouded In total shadow, this
chance will probably bo employed by
tens of thousands In Illinois alone. Per
sons can leave Cairo Friday afternoon,
enjoy all there isto enjoy of tho eclipse,
and return Sunday .morning. Tho ex
pense will not, necessarily, exceed $15 or
0. - '
The magnificent proportions of the
uew. custom .house loon up now- to a
hlght that places them In vlow from all
parts of tho city. The building is a very
imposing one, massive yet elegant a
central figure in our .city, on which we
may pride ourselves. When tho post-
office is removed thither that part of the
city will "look up" rapidly.
I" I II' !!!!'
The colored folks of Cairo, to tho num
berof three or" four hundred, joined Ju
the nlc nlo held lu tho Mound City grovo
to-day. They wero Joined by tho Pulas
ki county, Metropolis and Paducah col
ored neonla to- tho number of three or
four hundred, making the total number
on the. ground about seven hundred
moqIs. A band of music was employed,
sneoohes were made, and a variety of
arausemouts and pastimes wero Indulged
In that distinguished the occasion as oue
of tho most memorable over got up
among tho colored people of this region
At a lato hour last night a white man
was 'discovered lu the act pf effecting au
ntrance Into a building on Commercial
avmio occupied by a negro woman,
whoso husband Ih not lntho city, lit at
tempted to hoist the window, and falling
tn rimr. was critically examining tho koy
holoof thodoor, when tho Indignant and
virtuous femalo within suddenly opened
on him and brought a chair down on tho
back of hU head with a force that made
.'! Thu white fellow didn't
mtr. tor a second application of thochulr,
but took to his heels ami run like a
"Barrett's!' is vurranud,
AMasonlo Key Stone, gold pointed;
on one side are significant letters form
ing a circle around the figure of a horse;
on the reverse (a the same J. Johnson,
etc. The finder will be suitably reward
ed by' leaving the1 samo at the Illinois
Central railroad office. riugfelst
A radical exchange exultlngly paints
the democracy of Egypt to the marriage
of a democratic voter to a negro weuch,
effected a few weeks ago scar Joncaboro.
If the white groom to this, black wench
it a democrat, ho has .disgraced himself
by Illustrating the logical end of radical
For this oue disgraced democrat In
Union county, we can pplntour radical
friends to two original radical voters In
Alexander county, wild (lave abandoned
their white wives and children, and now
live In a state of open lewdness and
adultery, with as blg-llppcd, long-heeled
and odorous a braco of negro wenches' as
over worked In the rice fields of Georgia,
Wo hold a "full," gentlemen, to your
otle "palr,"-and must, thoiefore, haul In
the "pot" to our side.
Auction Knln of llouwrlinlil ntiI Kitchen
I will sell nt public auction on Friday
August 0th, at.10 o'clock a.m., at the
residence ;ol Dr. Taggart corner of
Twenty-first street and Washington
avenue, a largo assortment of parlor and
kitchen furniture, consisting of sofas,
chairs, mirrors, carpets, bed-steads,
center tables, dinning (Abies, wardrobes,
wash stands, safes, bureaus, heating
stoves, cooking stoves and one fine re
frigerator Ac. &o.
Parties wanting bargalnsshould attend,
for every article offered will positively
be sold. Daniel Haktman
"Barrett's" the originator.
Valnnbl fnrm for Kale.
Slnco it is known that tho Cairo &, St.
Louis railroad will bo one of tlio first of
thd new roads completed, Ihero should
bo great Inquiry for lands along its Hue
near Cairo. Those who secure a good
foothold will be made rich by tho opera
tion of the road alone in bus than five
We advertise to-day a splendid body
of land, embracing 208 acre's, 100 acres ol
which reundcrcultlvatloii,lying 16 miles
from Cairo. Near this land will be a
railroad station. It contains good im
provements and will bo sold at a great
Parties desiring to purohMc can ad
dress W. M. Davidson, :Cair6, -HI. See
A Ulval Picnic
The Row Jacob Rradley, unwilling
that tho members' of his congregation
(who are of the elect should Join the
common negroes In the picnic at Mound
City, to day, bought several yards of red
and blue cambric, ttorrowod a horse,
hired a bass and tenor drum, tore tHa
cambric Into belts and bandaged him
self and two chosen brothers therein,
mounted his horse, marshalled about
twenty of the sisters and forty of their
children into line; ordered the drums to
strike up and the possession to move for
ward to tho black locust grovo west of
tho custom house. There Jacob and bis
faHniiAi-4i t'rvfimliftlTml nn thn frroATI t'
demolished cold ham
and enjoyed thcniselvea as select crowds
Who that saw tho Rev. Jacob, tho blue
and red cambric streaming out behind,
as ho dashed from one end of tho line to
the other, giving hurried ordors to his
assistants and bewitching amliea to
his sisters, could fall to see In him a forml
able rival of Shores, orany other sablo
divine who effects superiority because he
knows the alphabet and can count one
hundred l Ah! Jacob Bradley Is, what
ho has shown himself to be, unsquelch-
The C. MIIm K. K.-Bla fr the Work
It Is not true, as stated by tbeSt. Louis
and other papers, that the Chicago, Al
ton and St Louis railroad company, as a
company, was a bidder for the work of
building and equipping of the Cairo and
St. Louis railroad. That company is not
under the provisions of Its charter, in a
condition to bid for tho work. The sane
tlon of thrco-foUrths of tho stockholders
Is a pre-requlslte in such cases, and aa
much of that company's stock is held by
minora or trustees, by. persons abroad
etc., an expression of the kind required
would be difficult to obtain. Mr. Mirch
ell, of the company, for himself uutl otrf-
ers, put iu a, bid; hut It was intended as
an individual bid", and was so considered
by the board of directors of tho Cairo and
St, Louis company at 'least such Is our
The report lh'at the Chicago, Alton and
St. Louis railroad company had bid for
the work, had the effect, probably, of de
terring individuals from bidding. The
known wealth and ready appliances of
that cooapahy, and their avowed Intorett
in the opening of tho Cairo and St. Louis
rou (I, reudered them, in tho eyes of thoso
who contemplated bidding, most formi
dable competitors; and, as wo have said,
very probably had tho effect of keeping
back bids from Individuals.
We aro pleased to add, however, that
the directors-havo received highly favor
able propositions such as they aro lu i
condition to close in-with at will. Wo
cannot, of course, say what tho future
may develop; but at this writing thero is
every reason for beilovlugthat tho Cairo
and St. Louis railroad tlll bo under con
tract on or efor tho first day of Sep
PROC'EhlllMs Ut iiik UOAKU OF
Calto, III., August 2 1 18(9.
Present: Chairman Carroll; Alderman
Brankle, Gibson, Kennedy, Lohr, Loh-
ergan, Aienuel and xneobold 8.
On motion the reading of the minutes
was dispensed with.
The following resolution having passed
tho Select Council, was sent tn the Board
of Aldermen for concurrence:
Resolved, By the Select Council. tm
Board of Aldermen concurring, that lu
conformity to a resolution passed In Joint
session, upon the 21st Inst., pledging the
city's faith for $1,500 to laborers of this
city, to work on the Calm& Ulandvllle
turnpike, the sum or ?l,o00 be now ap
propriated for that purpose
Aiaerman Mendel moved the rnnnlti.
tlon bo amended by Inserting tho words
seventeen hundred eighty neven and
44-100 dollars being tho wholoamount of
tlio nay roil in lieu or SI ,600 nhil thnt
the resolution bo referred back to the
Select Council for concurrence.
Motion carried by tho following voto
Ayes-Carroll, Gibson, Kennedy, Lolir,
Lonergan and Mendel 0.
Nays Branklo and TheobolJ 2.
The clerk presented nhd reul a propo
sition from C. F; Yeager & Co., for fur
nishing gas fittings and fixtures for the
market house, amounting to $11 I'M,
which waH, at tho last session of tho Se
lect Council, referred to the Board of Al
dermen for consideration. Whereupon
Alderman Mendel offered the following
Resofvod by the Board of Aldermen.
the Select Council concurring. That tho
proposition of C. F. Yeairer A Co. bo re
ceived, and that tho market committee
be instructed to have tho work done Im
mediately. On motion of Alderman Gibson the re
solution and proposition ware referred to
the financo committee by tho following
Ayes Brankle, Carroll, Gibson, Lohr
and Theobold 5.
Nays Kennedy, Lonergan and Men
Tho clerk read au ordlnunce entitled
"an ordinance in relation to St. Mary's
Park)" and an ordinance in relation to
the appropriation to fire companies. On
motion of Alderman Gibson the several
ordinances were passed upon theirsecond
reading by tho following vote:
Ayes Brankle, Carroll, Gibson, Ken
nedy, Lohr, Lonergan, Mendel and
Also an ordinance entitled "an ordi
nance to amend section 247 of an ordi
nance to adopt thu ordinances of tho city
of Cairo us revised and codified," in re
lation' to discharging Jflro arms within
tho city limits; also au ordinanco enti
tied "an ordinance In relation to night
pollcenfen's salary;" also nn ordinanco
entitled "an ordinanco lu relation to flro
limitsr" which wero severally read nt
length, and laid oyer under the rulo for
a second reading.
The rornmlttco-on claims, t--wtto
wore referred the followl g bills, report
ed the samo baok, with the recommen'
datlon that they bo allowed:
W II Rockwell t Co., bill for ttatlonrry, by city
Wll Itoeliwcll X Co., bill fur stationery, hy city
romnlroller. for June 1M9... 3 74
Jno Kothltr, bill of ammunition for May and
Jane, by city comptroller.... - - 6 18
O K Clark, Tor rrut of council clumber eU
montIK, pov. iron, io .'lay ijw w in
Cairo city gai company, for ga furniihiM
itreellampi tor J line, imp..... ., . iw w
W K 1atIUod, bill for wiato Hfah brunband
tack 1 V)
fl Walter, bill of )unibor 01 63
M llourtean, urn oi iumwr.. vz m
W M Wi!litn, bill ol iuihUm for city ixalrs.- n y
do two billt lumber, for July..... feb 43
F Fine nt, bill of nail - 32 00
It II Cunningham, bill for 14 pain blanket l 00
W W Thornton, bill of Inrobcr for April 121 Ml
John Hheehan, II tr rent, on $ o, n pr bill, a to
l'atrlcK waiter, fill tor naming carrion, lor
rrcomnimd payment of
Barclay Uioa., bill of medlclno for Juno and
flretni Gilbert, bill furaervicea m attornevi
in thoiuitof Kox. Howard tt Co. t City, fo
the hundred ami nineteen dollar and 3A-10O
In cuht reccommend twymaut of aeren nun
dred dollar! In acrlp "00 00
and'nlntn dollar and J'-U) in cull.. VJ ii
O'Melreoy t Landen, bill as attorneya far city
for five hundred and nuverttr.tuo dnllam
cah iccemmend payment of even huodred
dollar In acrlp , .- TOO 00
Whloh ware, upon motion of Alder
man Brankle, allowed, by tho following
' Ayes Brankle, Carroll, Gibson,' Ken
nedy, Lohr, Lonergan, Mendel 7.
Nays Theobold 1.
The following bills, for labor on streets,
were rcud, and on motlou, allowed by
the following voto, vjjs :
Ayes- Brankle, Carroll, Glb3ou, Keti'
nedy, Lohr, Lonergan, Mendel, Tlico
Illlt of Jriheuliiin for laborer on tlio lret 74
Of M Mahony for'H daya worken iceli.... 70 12
VI wm f luiiuio ror s aaya cinrgo or cnam
OfTlion Mi-ehan, hauhns andluborerull....
Of Krnt tlremller fur niindnf tunilhHi llio
J ! - . . r.mr-
r. J -jo
The bill of Schmidt Jt Co. for sundries fur
nliho 1 the city, tmouutins to 23 po
Was, "oh motion, ollowed by tho fol
lowing yote, yh
Ays lira utiie 1 uanuti, uiuiuu ivuuuv
dy, Lohr, Lonergan an.tj Theobold 7.
Alderman Mendel excused from voting.
Bill of NA Devore, a foreman of sidewalk la
borer; wholo amount of cill,.
Of Thonian Naughton, diyu work on aide-
Of Thos Henley, )f. days wort: nn ildewalk
Of lliehanlMct;innU,2ijOrvork on U
walklforcinau) - 83 25
The following bin?, lor salaries, wero
presenled and read, and, on motion, al
lowed by the following vote, viz:
Ayes Brankle, Carroll, Olbson, Ken
nedy, Lohr, Lonerjan, Mendel (mil
John Hyhuxi, for tidaiyai Trea.iireri.ir July .$100 00
O. i. IiViui. for salary n Citj Comulroller, July 60 00
II Hliuimoi'y, tuohllU, for June and July, und
85 ortloo rent for ho(dmg pooial eleytlon 65 00
M Hambrtck. for Jim u"d July. 1W oo
Jno Hrown, for service as tty oierl:, pro torn.,
Imi.i luili m.nat ut Jul v inoluilvo
A Cain, salary a markvlmr tor July 00
Wm Mniini... ilicimc uuOrv iiriiontri dur
ing month of July, 315 'J5
Pnniel McCurty, Chief ol l'oliee, for July 83 3.1
I'atrick nwyer, l'ollco t;onwoi, ior July
1' O'Callahw. ,
Wm O'Callahan, " 41
John Cunimlugs," ' "
I'hillp lleim, " " " ......
Bil of Joseph Arnold, as police consta
ble, salary for tho mouth of June, was,
on motion of Alderman Gibson, refer
red to tho committee on polico and Jail.
Tho following bills were presented and
read, and on motion, referred to the
committee on claims, under the rule:
JaiPowere, for reaalrlnir, tools for atroelpnr-
lf .i.V. .....-S 6 00
N. Llnton'a bill for Ice for elcrk'n bBIpb for
Jiinoand Jnly ;, U oo
M Hllrerbere. for makinir rnilAodnn tny fin m
I'ltcher A llenry, forlnrnber forclly 217 60
Cairo itn company fur Mrcct lamp, from July
, 1l.,2.AV,"ll ,8, IMS..... 189 0
Jaa II Taylor, for preparing register of nil tmaU
n"M houses In tho oily 23.00
P Mo;x)iiRhlln, for removing carrion from city
limits J, 0 24
F E Albright, for redemption on lot 2i, block
" " IO
Tho Clerk presented the .following re
ports which, on motion, wero received
and placed on file:
Report of John Sheehau, Street super
visor, for month of July.
Of John Hyland, City Treasurer, for
Of Joseph Arnold, Polico Constable for,
Of Patrick Dwyer, Polico Constable, for
June and July.
Of Wm. O'Callahan and Patrlok O'
Cttllahanj Police Cbuslables, for Juno nnd
Of John Cummlngs, Polico Constable,
for Juno and July.
Of Michael BambrlcSs, City Marshal,
Of A. Cain, Market Master, for July.
Tho report of Daniel McCarthy Chief
of Polico, together with police magistrates
Bross and Sbanncssy, wero on motion of
Alderman Mendel referred to O. P. Lyon
City Comptroller, with Instructions to
compare police report with polico magis
trates dockets, and to od vise with City
Attorney In regard to fines assessed
against parties released without pay
mentof fine or executing bond for same,
as the ordinance of the city requires, and
The bill of John Sheehan, as Street Su
pervisor, for percentage and his services
on streets. On motion of Alderman
Lohr was referred to tbo committee on
Alderman Mendel presented and read
the following resolution, which, on mo
tion of Alderman Lohr, was referred to
tho committee on streets:
Whereas, The city Jailor, Wm. MoHale,
hoa dona good service with the ohaln
gang, for the city, on the streets, with a
very small salary, (only two dollars per
day in scrip) less than any other man
working for tho city receives, and as he
should bo allowed a reasonable compen
sation forsuperintendlngfcaldchaln gang
and working on the streets,
Therefore he It Resolved by tho Board
of Aldermen, tho Select Council concur
ring, that the salary of Wm. McHnlo bo
salsed to a more reason alio sum, from
tbo 1st qf .August, 1609. and that tho.or
dlnanco cdmmltteo be Instructed to draw
up an ordinanco to comply with the fore
- - r,
Tho clerk presented nud reada petition
from Tho.maB Fitzgerald, Thomas Naugh
tou, Michael Mahoney, IL S. Williamson
and Thomas Ilcaly, representing that
they, as laborers on the streets, are not
reeclvlug sufficient pay wherewith to
furnish them tho necessaries of life, and
praying that their wages bo advanced to
so mo reasonable amount or recompense
for tho labor by them porformed.
Aid. Mendell moved to refer tho peti
tion to street committee. Motien car
Tho following potltlon was presented
and read by tho Clerk.
To the HonoraMe Mayor nnd City Council of the City
Your petitioners are Informed thatthoy
are not Included in the resolution of your
honorable body, by which provision is
made to inereasa the pay of policemen
of tho city, contrary to what your peti
tioners supposed to he the intention both
of thoso presenting the petition and of
tho council In votfnc upon.lt. Your pe
titioners would therefore respectfully pray
your attention to tho propriety and Jus
tice of a like Increase of their monthly
pay,' since if the duties and labora of the
night police of the elty were over more
arduous than thoso of your petitioners
it Is certainly not at this season of tho
year. ' Joskpk Arnold,
A motion to lay the petition on the ta
Alderman Lohr then moved to grant
tho prayer of the petitioners. . , ,
The ayei aud nays were, called, with
tho following result:
Aye-!-Glbon,JCeunedy and Lohr 8.
Nays Brankle, Carroll, Lonergan,
Mendel and Theobold 5.
On motion adjourned.
John Brown, City Clerk, pro few.
Read "Barrett's'' advertisements.
Tho steamer Belle St. Louis arrived at
our landing yesterday evening. DiHlog
tho trip down, twp negro deckhands on
gaged In a game of poker, during which
one of them lost three dollars. The loser
not being satisfied urged another trial or
luck, and in abort order retrieved his lots,
os and added five dollars to the amount.
It was now tho other negro's turn to feel
bad. UnwlUjng to risk the uncertainties
of tho game any further, he tried to coax
tho other to refund his money.
Kind words proving of no avail ho em
ployed throats, and' tho winner disre
garding tho threats he resorted to harsh
er moans. At a point a short dlstanco
abovo Capo Girardeau, at which tho boat
was lying, tho loser's losses preyed upon
his mind so heavily that ho determined
upon having raouey or blood. Accord
ingly, taking his knife from his belt, ho
ns9allod tho winner of his eight dollars
with tho fury of nn onraged tiger. Ho
out and slashed about with an indiffer
ence as to consequences that was really
frightful to behold. Tho other darkey
had a club, but In a close coutcst it
d'd not prove as effective as ho could
wish. A separation of the belligerent
Was finally effected, when It wae found
that the winning darkoy had received
wounds for which his J8 was akvery poor
salvo. He bad received a frightful gash
in tho muscle of the sho Ider, another 1,
the forearm, and a third on the band.
At Capo Girardeau a surgeon and an
officer came on board, the one to look
after the wounded negro, and tho other
to look after tho negro who had wonnded -him.
The latter was placed In Irons and
lodged Injall; the other remained on the
boat and came to Cairo.
"Barrett's" Is unsurpassed.
Port Mat for I lie 24 llotini Ending;
Two o'clock, P. ar.
Ret. Anderion, Colitmhu. Wm. White, Paducah.
Ham llrown, New Orleans.fit. tools, Belmont.
Hell fit. Lonls.Ht. Mills. Onlckaten, KransYllle.
Htiblcon, Vlckburg. Jlmneola, Clncinuatl.
Oen. Anderson, Columb'ii. Wm. white, Paducah.
St. Iul, Ht. Itils. If U Wilson, I'lttubur;.
Rubicon, do llelln M. Louis, Memphis.
(iulcktp, EvnniTlllc. Cohbwehb, MttropolM.
Tho weather continues clear, although
there wore Indications of a storm In the
north and wost. Tlio tomperaturo Is op
pressive. Mercury 88.
Tho Mississippi and Missouri aro fall
ing every whom.
Tho Ohio Is falling at Pittsburg, with
fourfcet six inches In the channel, and
stationary at Clnclnnotl and Louisville,
with four feet in tho chuto over the falls.
Tho Cumberland Is gradually drying
up, and unless a rlso occurs soon even
the lightest draught bouts will soon be
Hore tho rlvor has fallen sovon inches
since last report.
Business is dull.
The Belle St. Louis yesterday received
here 70 tons produce and sundries for
Memphis and way points:
The White brought out 50 bbls flour,
17 ska oats, for Cairo; 28 bags oat for
New Orleans; 128 bags bran for Mem
phis; 324 bags of wheat and ono hhd to
bacco for St. Louis.
The Quickstep brought out 480 pieces
hollow ware for St. Louis, 108 bbls flour
and meal, 08 bags oats, 132 bbls appleri
and potatoes, 11 coops chickens, 5 head
cattle, 20 tons sundries for reshlpment
south, and 30 pkgs furniture, 85 bags
corn, 15 bbls apples, 3 tons sundries for
THE JETNA INSURANCE CO
... 360,783 IS
"My aliclr fruits yo know tuviu.'
Losses Jittd in Fij'tjj Yeart,
The Kost Successful Fire Insurance Ce.
CASH ASSETS, - ,5Wa,5Sa 9
Three.fourth of the Immranen Companies char
tered have failed, proving tho mlnbUtoa and difBcal
tle of a prufoaion bated ou calamity and misfor
tune, with an Important part of ita development In tho
phero of broad human benevolence. It la a raro tad
uncommon event for ona of these Institutions to
makotta FIFTIKTlIannnalieport, and that ft satis
factory one another of life's plainest old losion,."As
you row that shall you reap,"
Ufulncas and duty must ba shaped onJ measured
only by tho wealth and growth of our country.
Losses Paid at Cairo by tko Etum
I). O.Btawart........ 7
Heed and CU!minUui....... ....,. ....... jii oj
P. K. i'awnall . als 12
Holunmn Llttletleld 17 11
K. L. Stewart A Ilr , 003 M
.. Elliott SOi 6
Adams. Graham ac Co.. . 122 60
WIIioii A Thrupp - .. 1U CO
J. A. Heed TOO (O
Taylor, Edwards A Co n MM..000 08
Win. Winter ... .!M83 63
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