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THIRD ANNUAL MEETING
Of thr a.uihrrn IlltimU iUlrl Aa
aurlMllon at t nrboattnlr,
Association ini't iu t Hrhon'lnlo, UN.,
January 17, 1ST", tit 2 o'clock, in the lec
ture hull of the Normal t'nlvorsity, II.
Wardncr, M. I)., rresitli-nt, in the chair.
The uMocintion being called to order
by the prcHidont. prayer wa oflered by
Ir. J. A. Itobiuton, I. D., alter whirfi
Ir. James I'obirts tlellvered a tery elo
fjuetit addre of welcome.
The eeretary tlieu railed the role,
when the following named tntuU'rs
were found to be prewnt: Urg. II.
W'ardiier, I). S. Itootli, T. 1.'. Smith, V.
A. I.ooney. 11. J. Stalker, Vrn. II. (ior
doii, S. II. Uundy, A. X. Lodge, J. T.
I'enyman, M. V. Cletidetiin, C. W. Dun
ning;, 1.. Dyer, M. i. raron., James
UobarU, J. 1!. Uuiney, Noel. II. CionJon,
W. K, Marhall, K. li. fhapin, II.
Hueker, V. T. iAince, J. I. Hale, John
McLave, T. S. Iodd, II. F. IIo, T. II.
.Mitchell. (;. V. Klkini, J. It. Itoaser and
The minute ot the la-t eemi-untmal
meeting were read und approved.
On motion, the president appointed
Drt. .T. I.. Perry man, V. A. Gordon, V.
S. Mar-hall. J. It. Itainey and W. A.
Looney to act a a board of seuor, who
reromineriiled the loliow ina- named appli
cants lor membership : L. tj. Williams.
M. !., Tamaroa; A. T. liaker, M. 1.
an 1 M. 1. liaker, M. D., Cottage, Uouie,
Wl11lamon county ; T. II. Moore, M. 1.,
liclleville ; I.. Uremmer, M. I., IJelie
ville ; J. M. Wilfon, M. I).. Kvanville,
and L. Day. M. D., tiraml Tower.
Tin; .aecretary's report was read,
adopted and ordered to lie jdaix-d on tile
The a-4"o-iution then proceeded to the
'lection of ofheers lor the ensuing year
with the . following result: L. Dyer,
M. D. president ; Jarne llobarts, M. D.
lit Yiec-preside;; ; D. Booth, M. D..
2nd viee-president ; C XV. Dunning, M.
D. secretary ; If. Ward hit, M. D. treas
urer. On motion the following named gen
tlemen were elected senors lor the en
suing yeyr : Dr. J. I.. I'erryman. A. X.
Lodge, w. A. Looney. John It. ltoser
and W. !v Marshall.
It moved ami carried that the ad
dren of welcome of I r. .Ia. itobarW, of
arhond;tle, and Dr. C. W. Dunning, at
Cairo, be furniehcl the secretary to he
pn-f-erx ed i t the archives ot the ao'.-ia-tion.
On moiioii a commitbe was ajipoiuted
to Induct tlie presidentelect to his hta
tion. I "pon lx-iiig introduced Dr. Iyer
tietitlciiKii ot the association, t am
gratified for this mark of your confidence
an J kindlier. I eliall need your indul
gence ; I sha!l tiei'd your co-operation in
order that I may discharge the duties of
the oillee to which you have called me
.".ati-fiictoniy. I will endeavor to serve
you laithfully. 1 lioe our meeting will
be pleaant to us and profitable. You
do not expert of nie a speech. Ag:dn I
It was moved anil carried lliat the reg
ular order of bttsines" be suspended until
to-morrow at 8 a.m.
Dr. Uundy ofleroj the lollowiug reso
lution which was unanimously adopted :
Inasmuch as it U the sense of this as
sociation that the practice of medicine
and surgery should lie regulated by some
suitable stututary provision, aud a a bill
has been presented to our state legisla
ture with that view ; therefore,
Jltiolefl, That a committee ol live bo
appointed to take the subject under con
sideration and report to this meeting.
Whereupon the preIdcut appointed
the following as a committee: Drs.
Hundy, Hootli, Waidner, Gordon and
Dr. Dunning oltorud the following res
olution as an amendment to the by-laws
which was adopted.
J'eaulceJ, That all moneys paid Into
this association bo received by the sec
retary, and paid by him to the treasurer,
taking the treasurer's receipt for the same.
On motion adjourned until 7 o'clock p.
ni. to hear the annual address delivered
by Dr. Wardnvr.
Kvening session met pursuant to ad
journment. The hall being well tilled with the
members of the association and citi
zens ot Carbondale, who listended with
great pleasure and interest to the able
I address of Dr. Wardnei.
I Adjourned till ft a.m., IStti iust.
January lSih, 0 a.m., association met
pursuant to adjournment.
Dr. D. Booth, of Sparta, chairman of
tanding committee on Surgery, re
ported, tirst, a paper on Potts' disease
aud history of case as treated by Sayers'
method ; second, case of hepatic abcess,
treated successfully, and third, dlsloca
lion of astragalus, successfully reduced.
Dr. Itainey reported a case ol avariot
Dr. J. L. Perryiuan made verbal re-
ports of several interesting cases.
Dr. J. II. Stalker moved the following
amendment to the constitution, which
was laid over under the rules : That ar
ticle second be changed so as to add to
the list of officer an assistant recording
The following communication was re.
ceived from Prof. Allyn, principal of tht
Southertj Illinois Normal University:
0 aa, S-o.llatl.xi Bu.lla.ln.ir. Car T-wralft Street a.n.4
CardoxdaI.e, Jackson Co.. Ills.,) '
January 18, 1878.
To the President and Metnbcranf tli. mith
ern Illinol Medieal Association In utanion
, at Carbondale, Illinol (
Omtlemm In behalf ol the faculty ol
the Southern Illinois Normal University,
I have the honor to invite you to visit
our school now In session, to witness our
class exercises, our ralisthenios and gen
eral exercises, to visit our library and
cabinet and museum, at such hours ns
may suit your convenience.
Wishing you a pleasant stay in our city
and great success in your honorable pro
fession, I remain, gentlemen, in behalf
of my associates, most obediently your
servant, Kobkrt Ai.lvx,
Principal Southern Illinois Normal lnl
vcrsity. It was moved and carried that the in
vitation of the president and faculty of the
Normal University lie accepted. Where
upon the association visited the recita
tion hall, and were entertained very
agreeably for an hour In witnessing the
calisthenic exercises. On returning to
the hallo! the association, Dr. Itobarts
presented a case ol amputation at the
shoulder joint (right side) for the Inspec
tion of the trombers.
A paper was read lrom Dr. Agnew
reporting a case, for examination. The
president appointed Drs. Booth, Bandy,
Wardncr, Chopin and Perryman a com
mittee to examine the cae, who, alter
consultation, reported it as belonging to
the syphiloid. The chairman of the com
mittee was reauested to communicate to
Dr. Agnew the result of the consulta
tion. On motion it wa ordered that Dr. W.
A. Gordon, of Chester, be a ided to the
board of sensors.
An animated discussion upon the rel
ative merits of sulph ether an I chloro
form as anesthetic agents, was partici
pated by several members.
It was moved and curried that the
chair appoint a committee to make nom
inations for delegates to the state and
national medical societies, and report
a suitable place to hold the next semi-annual
meeting, and also :i committee of
arrangement.-. Whereupon the chair ap
pointed Drs. Wanlner, McLnne and
Adjourned to meet at two p.m.
Association met at two p.m. pursuant
lteport ol Dr. Brat ton, treasurer for
1S76, was received and ordered placed on
file, and the amount accompanying said
report ($23) was paid to the secretary.
On motion, the committee on Mid
wifery was continued till next semi-annual
meeting, and Drs. Dunning and
Clendenin were added to the committee.
The committee on Gynecology was
granted further time to report.
The committee on Nervous dicase
Dr. ltosson repot ted a case ol pneumo
nia, also a ease of granular conjunctivi
tis, which excited considerable discus
sion. Necrology, report ot Dr. Jus. ilobatt
on the death ot Dr. Jas. L. Skinner, was
read and ordered to be spread upon the
minutes and published in the proceed
ing ol this meeting, and a copy ol th
same be sent to the family ot the de
ceased. The committeu appointed to select del-
ecratcs to the American Medical conven
tion, reported the followiug names : Drs.
J. I j. Perryman, S. II. Buudy, 11. C.
Hacker, W. A. Gordon, W. S. Marshall,
W. Dunning, T. K. Itainey and W. C.
I.ence. and the following as delegates to
the State Medical society : Drs. 1). H.
Booth, J. B. ltosson, John McLano, L.
. Moore, L. Bremmer, J. It. Walker,
W. A. Gordon, A. DePoo, J. K. Smith,
A. B. Beattie, W. A. Looney, Ja?. Itob
arts, J. II. Mitchell, G. W.Klkins and A.
The comtnmittee also reported that the
next semi-annual meeting In June
next, would be held in the city
ot Anna, L'niou countv. aud Drs.
Dodds, Hale, Hacker, Leuce, Mercer and
Itoss were appointed a committee to
make all suitable arrangements lor the
The committee to whom was reicrred
tho propriety ot presenting a petition to
the legislature, in reterenee to a bill now
before that body, regulating the practice
of medicines In this slate, recommended
that Dr. Bundy be appointed a commit,
tee of one to represent this association
before the legislature.
Dr. W. A. Looney Introduced the fol
lowing as an amendment to the constitu
RfnulceilAhnt sec. 4 of the constitution
be'so amended as to strike out the words
"and setni-anuual meeting on the third
Wednesday ot June."
The president announced the following
Ou Nervous Diseases Dr. Jno. Me-
Lane, Du fnoin; Dr. K. Day, Grand
On Obstetrics Drs. S. II. Bundy, W.
A. Gordon, J. II. Mitchell, C. W. Dun
ning and W. M. Clendenin.
On Gynaecology Drs. F. S. Dodds,
W. It. MeKenzle and Y. k Marshall.
On Practice or Medicines Drs. W.
Dun" Green. W. ( Pace, A. N. Lodge,
D. II. McCord.
On Surgery Drs. J. Iloberts, A. De
Foe and 11. 8. Plumnier.
On Materia Medica-Drs. J. I. Hale, J.
V. Grey, II. J. Peareler. i
Oil Diseases of Children Dra. J. It. !
Itainey, A. O. I.ucas, T. Lawrence, F.J
On Climatloiry Drs. G. W. Kiklns, I.
Oo Mental Diseases Drs. F, W. Mi r- ,
cer and J. BS Smith. !
On Op bftlmology Drs. W. U Tar- I
sens and John L. Pollack.
on necrology Dr. David Booth, of
THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1877.
On motion adjourned to 7 o'clock p.m.
Association mot at 7 o'clock p.m. pur
suant to adjournment, Dr. Ja. Cohort.
1 1.. tl...l.t. I
. rt?-iJicsiunii , in viic cnmi '
On motion the prepared address ol I r. !
Bundy was deterred until the seml-an-l
nual meeting at Anna in June next.
Report ol Dr. J. Robert, chairman nf . Mf-M tVfjTTfJV) TQ TT!f f M WOTJ
committee on necrology : IV
Dr. James L. Skinner was born In L j r j i a a oj
Louisville, Ky., September 13, Is.r,'Room and f and 2fJ
died on board steamer A. L. Kreeg on' Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Lake Michigan, August 5. 1870, iK'iuj,
near thirty-seven years old. Educated Room and Board, 3d Floor 2. 00 Per Day
in the liest schools the city of his birth '
afforded. He studied medicine in the Spaalal Rata br Waak or Moath.
LouisvIllO Academy ol Medicine and re- a limited number of er durable lamllv
reived his diploma from this inatittltion '
ne puufle'picni.y received me
11- l . .
diploma ot the University of Louisville,
Ky., ad eundrni, March 1, IS70.
It was my fortune to become acquainted
with Dr. Skinner soon after he settled in
Murphysboro, Jackson county, Ills. His
delicate, slender frame corresponded with
the tender sympathies of his mind and
soul, ills affable, genteel manners
marked him as a gentleman of tho first
order. He was consequently beloved by
all who came in contact with him. His
love of his profession made him endure
exposure when nature's inward dictates
would have kept him in his home. In
him we have lost a son ol science and a
lover of his race, we, therefore,
ltetolte. That, whereas our Almighty
Father has removed from our society and
lrom others who held him dear, Dr. James
L. Skinner: therefore
JUnohed, That we tender to his family
and friends our hesrty sympathy.
Rftolrtd. That a rnnv nt th roariln.
tions be printed in the minutes ot the
Southern Illinois Medical Association and j
forwarded to tho family of the lato Or.
J. L. Skinner. t
iu motion inctuatiks or u. n-ocia.
tlon were tendered Dr. Warduer for the
able and impartial maimer in which he
had pres.ided over the association, and
that a copy of his address be requested
for preservation In the archives ef the as
sociation. The following resolutions were on mo
tion unanimously adopted :
R'.$jlvd, That the thanks ot this asso
ciation are hereby tendered to the
Trustees and Faculty of the Southern
Illinois Normal University for kindly
placing the lecture hall ol the University
at Its disposal, and for other courtesies
Retohed, That our thanks lie also ex
tended to the committee of arrangements
for their earnest labors in behalf of the
Retahtd, That our most sincere thanks
are also tendered to the liberal-minded
people ot Carbondale tor their generous
hospitality, which has made it indeed
pleasant for ns while their guests.
Renolvtd, T hat a copy of these resolu
tion be furnished the city paper ot Car
bondale for publication.
Oa motion the association adjourned
(iifdit. :. W. DiXNivc. M.D.,
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
AND C ANDES
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Baas. Building, np-itair.
ha Oldaat Eatabllahad Arenoy In SouthJ '
am IlUnoia, repreaantinar I
TKOS. J. EERTR
General Insurance Agt.
St. Louis Fire Insurance Co.,
German of Preeport. Illinois,
Assetts, $400,000 00:
Germania Life of New York,
Assetts, $7,000,000 00.
I reopeclnjlly solicit a share of public
Office in the Alexander County Bank.
firp: and life
Policies am issued on the most favor
able terms by
(KNS.RAL ISiSI-BANCK AG! NT.
odc tMt ( m4 lfo-ei Vmm
oricK-iu t ha Atnaadet County Baut,
t AIRO, n USOH-
Wa.ala.e - ten. , aaa.
rnnB cam be necurl at reasonable rate lor the
U ..... n ...v anna..!.
1 he M. Ctiarle U the lareeat and beat appoint
ed House In .southern Illinois, and I the leading
hotel in Cairo. Notwithstanding the "lied
Rock" reduction in price, the table will, aa
unoal, be liberally supplied with the vary liest
oi everyming inai can oe louna in maraet .
Fine larfre aamjde rooms for commercial trav
elera. on around floor, free of rharsa .
All bagiraireofguasu conveyed to and Iroio
the iiatel without charge
E. R. KGSF.W,
WHOLES. L AND KETA.IL.
IN THE CITY,
oooda Sold Very Cleae.
Corner tOtb, St. and Oommerelfc) Av,
C. 0. PATTER & CO
STRATT0N & BIRD,
A.OENT8 A ME RIO AIT POWSV CO
57 Ohio ILevee.
G. B WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer in
Na. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
' QPECAL attantioi given toconsignmenU and
I o fllUng orders
II AX KM.
CHARTERED MARCH Ul, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANE. CAIBO
A B S AFFORD, President.
S. S TAVLOK, Vice President.
V. H YSLOP. ttec'y and Treasurer.
Kabclav, Cbas. Galioukb,
bTOCKKLKTB , PaI'L O . SC'BtJH,
L'l'NNINUHAH. U. L. tlAJ-LIUAY,
J. il. Phillip.
TNTKREST paid on depnaiu at the rata af sU
L Kr annum, Alarch 1st and SapUau-
ji f jni, luiricat u fnuimaiiu aa wium iiuinc
liutcly to the principal of the deposiU, tht-w by
liviun them coniiHiund interest
Married Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Open every bustnessday rrmn9a.ni. to 3 p.m
ai tiaturiUy evenings lor savings lUpusiU only
loru K to S o'clock.
W. HY&LOP. Traaaarar.
t Hrosi. President.
I. Sua. vice Pre 'I.
H. Wells, Cashier.
T. J. Keith, A sat. ash ' r
ni mn m
Corner Commercial Av. aud St Street
V, Ttross, Cuiro. Wm. Kluge, Cairo.
I. Neu, l;alro. Win. w one, t airu.
A . Su.anka, Cairo. K. L. Hilluig.ley, Vt.
t. Under, Cairo. Ii. Wells, Cairo.
r . it. iirinanian. m. iiuis.
.1. Y. ( Unison, Caleilonia.
Urneial Hankiuir Bnaiaeaa liaise.
t"EX( lianK'e sold and bought
n the Savinii. lieuartuienl. CoUeetloua Biaoe,
nd all business promptly attended to.
City National Bank
CAPITAL - - 1100.000
W P H ALLIUA Y President.
IlkSBY L. HALLlilAY, Vice Presl.
A II HArrOKD. CAshirf,
WA1 T U UYaLOP. Aas'l Cashier.
S. gTAATS Taylob, B. H. Co laiIA.
H L. rlALLIOAT, " . . uswawa.,
U D. M'ila-- Tma Bia.
A B. Sats-oud.
Exohange, Com and United Itatoa
jiOjaas wuint svau psm.
s .EPOSITi raos iv4 sa4 a gaaaral haaklr
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R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Ib tail Dealers la
WLM M OF ALIa KINIIH,
No. 00 Ohio Levee,
MESSRS. PMTTJI ft CO. havs sotnUnUy
a larse stock ol the beat foods in the mar
ket, and fire especial attention to the wholes).
rancn 01 ma uusinasa.
NADI OKI.V hy
Oak Hall Boston Mass.
Itetnitraces all the best nualitie of the Knulish
and French suits, and Is particularly adapted to
the refiulreni.nl. nf the American huntera. Ills
made from duck (arad rrass shade), waterproofed
braiiatent process, and particular attention is
given to the riveting of all ihe jacket corners
and tecure fastening of all the buttons.
Prioa of the Suit complete, including
Coat. Vaat, Trouaara, Hat, or Cap and
Semi PiMlnniceiirilrr. lionil. cut (.'. O. I)
prelVrml. To the trade vre inuke liberal dis
KiLES roit MaAsiaEMi-HT. Waist. Ureasl
Inside seam of sleeve. Inside seam of trousers
8ize of head. Mention heiKht and weight.
Send for circular. Addre.8,
G. W. SIMMONS & SON,
Oak Hall. Boston. Mais.
"Look to the East."
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sunlver-ary of Amertean ladepaadMoe,
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fries, run uufactu ring achievements, miner
al specimens, and agricultural products
eaer exhibited. The grounds devoted M
the exhibition are situated on the line of
tbe Pennsylvania Railroad and embrace 4t
ere. m r airinoum l ara, all nlgtiiy im-
proveu ami ornanienieu, on Which are
erected tbe largest buildings ever construc
ted live of these covering an area of lift y
arres and cos'-in fo.Otjo.OOO. The total
number of buildings erected for the pur
poses of the exhibition Is near two hun
dred. During the thirts days Immediately
following the opening of the exhibition a
million and a quarter ol people visited it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD1
tex exzAT TBUiri inrx
FAST MIL ROUTE OF THE U.S.
Is the mo. direct: convenient and econom
ical way ol reaching l'hiladelphla and this
great Exhibition trom all see tions of tbe
country. Its d ams too and lrom Philadel
phia v, in pass through a grand Centennial
depot, which the company has erected at
the main entrance to the Kxhibilloa
pround. for the accommodation rf passen
gers who wt h to stop at or Mart ' from the -
humorous lure hotels contiguous to this
station ane the Exhibition a convenience
ot the greatest value to visitors, end afford
ed exclusively by the Vennsylvrnia Hall-
oan, wntcn is itie oniy line running direct
o the Centennial buildings. Excursion
rains will also stop at the Lnrnrapmentof
he Patrons or Husbandry, at Kim Station
on this road.
The Pennsylvania Railroad Is tbe grand
est railway organization In the world, it
controls seven thousand miles of roadway,
forming continuous lines to Philadelphia,
New York, Italtimore, and Washington, over
which luxurious day and night cars are
run from cliuauo, t-t. l.ouin, Louisville, Cin
cinnati. Indiunapolis, Columbus, Toledo,
Cleveland and Erie withous change.
it main line is laid wite double and third
tracks of heavy steel railsjupon a deep bed
of broken stone ballast, end Its brtdghs art
all of Iron or stone, us passenger trains
are equipped with every tno.vn Improve
ment for comlort and sifcty, and are run at
faster speed for greater distance then tha
trains of any line on the continent. Tha
company nas largely increased its equip
nictil lor ceiitcnniai travel, and win ne pre
pared to build in its own shops, at short
notice siiHnlent to fttliy accommodate any
any extra demand. Ihe unequalled re
sources at the command of the company
of the company guarantee the most perfct
accommodations for all its patrons during
mo VCUWUIIt.l uaiiiuuiuii.
The magniuceut scenery for which the
Pennsylvania Itailroad is so Justly celebra
ted presents to the traveler over its perfect
roadway an ever-cbnnglnf? panorama ol
river mountain and landscape views une
qualed in Amcrira.
Tbe eating stations on this line are un
surpassed. Meals wii: be furnished at suit
able hours and air pie time allowed lor en
joying them. ,
Excursion tickets, at reduced rates, will
be sold at all the prlnctptil railroad ticket
offices In the West, Northwest and South
west. He sure that your tickets read via the
tireat Pennsylvania route to the Centen
nial. HtANK THOMSON, D. M. BOYD.Jr,,
(icn. Manager. Uen. Pass'r Agt
Wind-Proof, Flannel Lined
I;il:sf 7::',: iti Pui:,
I.IOtiT IN WKHillT AVD STYLISH
I iAfTntdixg an aiuount of comfort and protection
iierelot'orKdct-med impossible except in countv
tion with heavy, clumsy garments.
AIAM OMY ST
G. W. SIMMONS & SON.
Jinpoitet of Kngli-h Vlster tjvtrcoats.
OAK HALL, .... BOSTON, MASS
Headquarter fr Military Coods snd
r iieraen'a OutrJrs.
H believe (lice ore the lie.t piotcctorsait'iui
bail weather ever dei iscd, and tlie very great sue
rem met with Ut M-asun has led lu to maoufac
lure a large stock lor the present season. Th
prii.es (reiluced io pi-r cent, from lat year" s) ai
very reasonable: 7 for the vest, for the jaar
et. if pi-elerred, we will mske l.ioisler, frock
nieu.ure, at die ame priee. r-end lor circular.
Measure required are simply tlie.e: Hrva.1, ,
Waist,, inside .esui of sleeve, Mention
height and weight.
G. W. 8IMMONS SON, Oak Hall
617 St Cruris, itraat, St Louis, Mo.
A iiUi fra.s .Irw. MtUett Mnj, ku smI
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