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pa.f enhional ciRDM-rnreicrANB.
T H. BRYANT, M. I).
OFFICE: Eighth And Washington Avenue.
RESIDENCE i-Coruer NiaetueutU and Wash
ington. -yy H. MAKEAN, M. D., ,
Homeopathic Physician anil Surgeon
Offlc 1 Commercial menu. Resident corner
Ko"rt"nth at. ind Wellington avonuu, C airo.
J R. SMITH, M. D.
' - Office and Residence:
NO. 21 THIRTEENTH STREET, CAIRO, ILL.
K. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Orftcn-So. 1:W Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street -
JJU. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFrca-Eiffhth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE :-Wlth the Widows' and Oorphana' Mu
tual Aid Society
J INEGAR & LANS DEN,
OFFICE No. 111 Commercial Avenue.
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE IffilS, STATES.
On and afk-r Monday, June 10, the boat willmuke
the following trip:
Foot Fourth at. Missouri Land's
7 a. ta t
".30 p, m.
9 a. m.
7:30 a. m.
9:30 a. tn.
U:: a. m.
i-.W a. m.
li a. m.
10 a. m.
4 p. in.
I THE DAILY BULLETIN.
RNTKKKD AT TUB POST OFFICE IX CAIKO, II
L1NOIS, AS SECOND-CLASS MATTEIt.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
Only Mominir Daily In Southern Illinois.
Cairo, 111., Angus) 4
Time. Bar. Tuer. Hum Wind. Ytl Weathci
3:4fl " W.W
Maximum Temperature. MO; Minimum Tern
' W. II. RAY.
Surg't Signal Corps, V. S. A.
yea Foam (granulated) Pop Corn; one
of the best and cheapest Desserts iu the
world, full directions on eacli box. Only 5
cents per box. For sale at New York
atoro by ('. O. Patiku ii Co.
Annual Meetiko. The Widows' and
Orphans' Mutual Aid Society will hold its
second annual meeting, at the Temperance
. Reform club room, on Tuesday, the Cth day
of August, at 2 p. in. sharp. All members
are refiuestcd to be present, nud all others
arc invited. Thomas Lewis, Scc'y.
Stkameh Champion. On and after
Monday August 4th, the faro on this popu
lar excursion steamer between Paducah and
Cairo will be Fifty Cents each way. The
boat will leave the Cairo whnrf-bont at 3
p. ni., daily, Teturning will leave Paducah
at 8 . m. daily. A good String Bund will
accompany the brat on each trip.
Jons Newman, Master.
A. J. Hun), Clerk.
If Yov Want a nice clean shave, a
fashionable hair cut, a shampoo that will
cool your head and quiet your nerves, or in
fact anything else in the tonsorial line,
Conrad Alba's shop on Cth, near Levee, is
the place to go, and his artists are the men
to do the work. Here is his scale of popu-
Ilia shop is cool, breezy, clean, niry and
elegant in all its iipjioiiitiiionts. Work al
WIRE SCREENS, FURNITURE, ETC.
Furniture manufactured and all kinds of
repairing done, at my shop ou Commercial
. avenue, between Eleventh and Twelfth
Htretls; also all kinds of cabinet making to
order. Mattresses manufactured to order
sad keit on salo. Repairing and uphol
stering um a uiiort noticu. I have a
good supply of walnut moulding nnd wire
clotU for screens.to be made up In the latest
and best style. Prices very low.
On ami after 0 uly 1st. the orices
at my shop will bo reduced to the following
gures: Shaving, 10 cetitu- hair cutting,
2s cfnts; winmpoolnit, 25 cents.
Iflair md whisker dying in proportion.
dntcful to my oW customers for their
past favors, I nsk a continuance of the
aamc, assuring them as well as others who
mar wish to call, that all work will bo
dona in first class stylo and worknmnliko
'.. Blio'if on Eighth street, west of Alcxan
dot County Bank. J. ueo. wteiniioche
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
There has not lwen, and it is not known
there will be, a preliminary examination of
Col. Winston is still in Richmond,
Virginia, somewhat improved in health and
-Sam Fisher, who has been reported
dead, two or three times, was alive yester-
dav: but very sick.
Mr. James 8. Syvayne wss in the city,
yesterday taking by the hands Lis many
friends of other days.
- Pay your gas bills to-day (Aug. 5), and
thereby save the discount, which amounts
to a snug little 6um by the end of the year.
Walter Wliittaker lias resigned the po
sition lie held as secretary of the Board of
Health. His successor has not been named,
Mr. Billy McBaue, of Metroixdis, S. O.
Lewis, of Villa Ridge, and Pete Coldwatcr,
of Mound City, were seen upon our streets
Elmer Comings and Willie Wright are
rusticating in New Hampshire, with head
quarters at the Summit House, on Mt.
Mr. Lum Stites' little two-year old
child died, yesterday, of cholera infantum.
The season seems to be a peculiarly severe
one on little children.
Mr. George S. Fisher left the city yes
terday, for Iowa. He will be aoscnt a
month or more. No young man of our
acquaintance lias a stronger claim upon a
Intelligence reached the city yesterday
that Mr. Walter Hyslop sailed for America,
on Saturday last, on one of the steamers of
the Anchor line. It is said that he will
come directly home.
Mr. John Finley, the jailer of Union
county, and Miss Jennie McClure, daughter
ofCapt. and Mrs. T. J. McClure, of Clear
Creek landing, in this county, were united
in marriage on Wednesday last.
Presidint Bradcn, of Abingdon Col
lege, will lecture in reply to Ingersoll's
"The Gods" in the Presbyterian church ot
this city, Sunday, 10th inst., at 4 o'clock in
the afternoon and 8 iu the evening.
Notices of meeting of Lodges, Fire
Companies and other societies will be in
sertedin the "small ndveitiscment column'
of The Bi i.lf.tin for 2 cents each in
The regular monthly meeting of the
City Council will be held this evening. The
parboiling the members receive, during the
two or three hours they are in session,
these hot nights.cntitlesthem to the sympa
thy of the public.
Mr. Jas Winston lelt a handsome young
stallion in the city, yesterday, that is
believed to be fast. It was with the view of
determining the matter that the animal
was left. lie is in hands that will bring
out all that is in him.
The temperance people of Anna will
hold a lawn sociable, to-day, and indi
cations of a large turn out and a real jovial
time, were given out as early as last Friday.
A number of Cairo people expressed a pur
pose, yesterday, to attend.
There was quite a row between n ne
gro and a white man, near the corner of,
Twenty-eighth and Commercial, Suudny
afternoon. Both parties went at it with a
manifest purpose to hurt one another; but
were separated before either had carried his
purpose into execution.
Mrs. C. I). Arter is anxious to recover
her husband's glasses. As he was reading
a uewspaper at the time or immediately
before he was shot, it is likely that the
glasses were dropped by him on the side
walk, while he was seeking the shelter of
the neighboring entrance.
We are reliably informed that some of
the customers of Alex. Frothingham & Co.,
brokers, 12 Wall street, New York, have
made $800 within !J0 days, trom an invest
of about flOO. Frothingham & Co., are
thoroughly reliable. Send for their Week
ly Financial Report, sent free.
It was reported yesterday evening, but
not authoritatively, that during the 24
tours ending at
noon, there had been
twelve new cases of fever and live
n Memphis. Dr. Ranch, whom wc met af
ter supper, hud not received the usual
Memphis report. His New Orleans tele
gram is given elsewhere.
Emma Barber went out upon a noisy
ampage Sunday night, ami when arrested
she was not only making the welkin ring
ut making it semi back deafening echoes.
She was calabotmcd for the balance of the
night, brought out yesterday, fined $5 and
costs, and returned to the cooler to serve
out the amount, at the ratu of a dollar a
Rev. Father Hogan succeeds to the
hargeof the St. JoHcph's Catholic church,
if this city, the Rev. Mr. Lunuiiert going to
other fields of labor. Father Lnmmeit
won rapidly upon the friendship nnd good
will of our people, and will carry their
good wishes with him, let him go where ho
may. Rev. Mr. Hogan Is said to be a wor
The members of thu Center Archery
club assembled at rather a late hour, yester-
lay evening a fact that, necessitated
1 I 1 . ... .
leaguing oi cucii quiver to miocu arrows.
The contest for the ofllces was animated and
interesting. With his fifteen arrows. Mr.
Llppltt made a score of 81, and won the
presidency or the club for the ensuim'
CAIRO ''.BULLETIN; TUESDAY 'MOKftlMtf; AUGUST
mni, sir. Van uorn scciwu, ami
came the secretary and the custodian of
the funds. 3Ir. Pcnnybaker ana Miss Ai-
vord, who shot for pastime, scored respec
tively, 17 and 14. Lippitt, Pink and Miss
Alvord made ono center shot, each.
At the rafilo of the Hibernian cakes
Saturday night, a couple of the chances
takcu iu the namo of Alderman Kynaston's
little daughter, took both cakes, the larger
was taken by a throw of 42 out of a possi
ble 54, smaller cake being taken by
a throw of 23, that being the lowest throw
of the evening.
The raid upon parties who have neg
lected to fortify themselves with licenses,
was commenced according to promise, yes
terday. Henry Frohma was arrested ; con
fessed that he had neglected to tako out li
cense, was fined $10 and costs nnd took an
appeal. It is said that there are five other
saloon keepers who will receive- like atten
tion during the week.
The attaches of the Anna insane asylum
have organized an archery club, and will,
in due season, challenge one of the Cairo
clubs to a friendly shooting match. At
practice, Saturday evening, one of the mem
bers, in three rounds of ten arrows each,
made a score of 83. When all tho mem
bers are equally skilled, they can venture a
contest with either of our Cairo clubs.
John Hasler's lodgings, 16th and Com
mercial, were entered while he was asleep,
Sunday night, and his watch and alwut ten
dollars in money which he had in his pant
aloon's pockets, were carried oh"; but by
whom is not definitely known. Jlr.'llasler
suspected n colored servaut girl, and sued
out a search warrant; but nothing was
found to justify the suspicion.
C. B. White, Director of the A'uxilliary
Sanitary Association telegraphs, from New
Orleans, to Dr. Rauch, of this c ty, under
date of August 4th, 3 p, in., is follows:
'Only three deaths to-i'ay. Mos' careful in
quiry developc only five suspicted cases,
all recovering, two of these ngarded by
many as not yellow fever." Al of which
is as favorable as the most hopiful among
us couid have anticipated.
Until we looked the pajcr over wc
supposed we had noted the fait that the
time for Glass' execution had leen extend
ed from the 21st instant to the 10th of
September. Alter fixing the first named
date it was discovered that he law gave
the accused the advantage of such delay as
might be essential to the propr preparation
of the case for the Supreme Court. It is
not thought, however, that ntvantage will
be taken of the opportunity.
Young gentlemen tliey hold them
selves as such attend the oul-door evening
dances. They go late; they loiter on the
outskirts of the crowd; and, be it said to
their shame, under the cover ot the dark
ness, when all colors are alike, colored girls
impose these unsuspecting young men for a
promenade! Unless some check is put
upon the prankishness ofthcjc colored dam
sels, the young gentlemen in question will
"quit going." They are not going to be
sold" in that manner any longer!
Mr. Pete Easly, happening to pnss the
corner of 27th ami Commercial, yesterday,
saw two small boys fighting '"like dogs and
cats." One of the lads getting the better
of the other, the man (wc have forgotten
lis name) who had encouraged the fight.
stepped up and gave tho victorious boy a
severe box on the head. This was more
than Pete's generous nature could stand, so
le "pitched in" and gave the fellow a de
served dressing off. The "dressed off"
obtained a warrant ; but a payment of costs,
was the only penalty exacted from the
In the production of snakes and other
poisonous reptiles the scatters of Cache, in
Johnson county, must equal the jungles of
Africa or the bayous of the Amazon valley.
The Journal, of last week, speaks of the ex
perience of an old resident, named Ed.
Wilmuth, w ho wandered down into the bend
of that sluggish stream, lost himself, be
came bewildered, ami night coming on,
clambered up a tree and fought myriads
ot hungry musquitoes until daylight, rather
than encounter the moccasin, cotton-mouth
ami other snakes that thickly infest that lo
cality. The city authorities have exercised
much leniency towards saloonists and
others who fai led to renew their licenses;
but now that a month of delinquency has
been tolerated, it is held that further for
bearanco would ha void of the quality of
virtue, and, as a consequence there will be
a prompt and indiscriminate "pulling'' of
lelinquents. As iioiki of that class can
know where or how fast the corporation
vengeance will descend, the only safety
will be found in u'call on Treasurer Dczo-
ula, and a deposit equal to the demands of
tho law. Justice ami lair dealing with and
toward those who have taken out licenses,
certainly demand the action that has now
been resolved upon.
Randolph county people, Republicans
nnd Democrats alike, who object (o the ap
pearance of what they arc pleased to call
"a regular, downright, 15th amend mentor"
among the Narrow-gnugo mail hags aro
mistaken in tho uotiou they entertain that
Dewltt C. Jones, tho former mail iig(..nt,
was removed iu order to make a place for
Judge Bird. The place was made vacant
by tho death of Jones betore Bird was ap
pointed. The people up there are lalmrlng
under other mistakes: ono of which Is that
Jones was removed and Bird appointed
without any reforenco to tho ability, fitness
or rights of the two; nnd another mistake
U that Bird Is or was ft "pet black Bird"
with tho white Republicans of Cairo. No
man, white or black, belonging to tho Re
publican party in Southern Illinois, Is bet
ter qualified for the position of mall or
routo agent than John J. Bird ; and If thero
is a Republican living whom tho leading
white republicans of Cairo would squelch"
that man is John J. Bird. He was not
made mail agent becauso tho white Repub
licans like him and seek to help him; but
because they fear him. That's the "true in
wardness" ot Bird's appointment to a place
among the Narrow-gaugo mail bngs. Fear,
not a desire to favor, wos tho inspira
tion. We beg to assure our Yinceunes co
temporaries that the "unruly element" of
the eleven well-filled coaches that arrived
in Vinceuues a short timo ago, was not
composed of Cairo people. Only two of
the eleven coaches left Cairo, the balance
were hitched on during tho run ; and tho
ladies and gentlemen who filled the two
Cairo coaches were not of the unruly sort,
either at home or abroad. "The general
row" was an affair in which no Cairoite
took part; but was a little "shindy" more
turbulent than frightful instigated by exu
berant young meu, picked up along the
line. The hip-pocket flask, for which
Cairo people have but little use, of late,
was doubtless the instigator of the confu
sion. On Sunday evening last, two of Mr.
James S. Barclay's little children, and a
little son of Mr. P. AY. Barclay were
taken very suddenly and violently ill. They
had been playing about the drug store, and
for a time, it was feared they had swal
lowed something of a poisonous nature;
but later iu the evening the true cause of
their illness was determined. They had
partaken quite freely of grapes and ice
cream, at dinner time, and subsequent
ly took rather active exercise in the heat of
the sun. Violent vomiting nnd purging
ensued, attended with much pain, and not
unattended with danger. Prompt and
skillful attention brought relief during the
ensuing night and yesterday we heard that
they were all quite comfortable.
Discussing the advantages the C. & V.
road will derive from tho construction of
the Lawrenccviile and St. Francisville cut
off, the Viuccnnes Sun says that direct con
nection will be established between Chicago
and Cairo, that will render the C. & V. a
formidable competitor of the I. C, especially
as a freight carrier.. The distances by the
new line are said to be as follows: From
Cairo to St. Francisville, via the Cairo and
Yinceunes, 147 miles thence to Danville via
the Paris and Danville, 104 miles; thence to
Chicago, by the Chicago and Eastern Illi
nois, 129 miles. This will give the Cairo
and Yincenncs interest a line between Chi
cago and Cairo but 24 miles longer than
that of the Illinois Central. The Cairo and
Vincennes management is on very good
terms with the Wabash, which latter will
give it an eastern outlet.
Go where he may Col. Lowcry calls out
compliments. Although awkwardly con
structed, wc doubt if any he receives arc
more sincere than the following, which wc
find in Mr. R. A. Martin's Belknap depart
ment of the Johnson County Journal. We
reproduce it that it may serve as a contri
bution to Dr. D's scrap book. Mr. Martin
says: "JLike a clapot tliundcrtrom a clear
sky, we've hail the grandest temperance
rally ever known in this place since our
last writing. Col. Lowcry, ot
Cairo, was there, and with his powerful
eloquence kept the people suspended, quite
a while, and gave a grand lecture in Dean
A: Co's mill building, Thursday, Friday
Saturday nnd Sunday nights." There can
certainly be no discount on an eloquence
that can keep nn audience suspended quite
a while. If the colonel lias any more of the
same sort there is a pressing call for it just
now in Hardin county.
Wc see it stated in two or three of our
exchanges that the city of Little Rock has
quarantined against Cairo, Illinois and
Charleston, Missouri. The object of this
quarantine is to effectually close up all
avenues, direct or indirect, by which Mem
phis people might reach the Arkansas cap
ital. It is argued that Cairo being open to
through passengers, there is an open route
via Cairo and Charleston, from Memphis to
Little Rock. Had Little Rock established
this quarantine three weeks ago thero would
have been some sense in it; but to set up
such a barrier now, after everybody who
was able to do so has got out of Memphis
is to repeat the folly of locking the stable
after tho horses aro stolen. About nil tho
"getting out of Memphis" is over. Now
und then wc may see a straggler; but tho
neighboring camps will furnish refuge
for the great majority of those who still
entertain a purpose to get out of tho ill
In tho fact that the thirty thousand
Memphis refugees scattered all over the
North and South, have not communicated
tho germs of tho yellow fever to a single
human being, and in tho fact that Cairo is
in a tolerable sanitary condition, and is un
dergoing improvement in that respect by a
liberal public and privnto uso of disinfect
ants, deodorizers and absorbents in these
facts wo read what we hold tohc annbsoluc
guarantco against tho appearance of yel
low fever among ns iu epidemic form. Tho
weather has been continuously hot, scarcely
a day hru paol that we lrnvo uot been
thrown In contact with Memphis refugees,
yet we have not. at tho end of four weeks,
had a single case of yellow fever in our
city, transient or otherwise, What other or
better assurance of safety could wc have!
While it may bo Impossible for our pcoplo
to dismiss' oil apprehension, it does seem to
us that tho constant dread under which
some people live, and tho proneness to re
gard ever new case of sickness a case of yel
low fever until it is shown to bo otherwise,
are certainly unwarranted, mid should give
way to an exercise of even ordinary reason
and common sense.
Tho outcry raised by The Bulletin
against wooden sidewalks, last spring, is
re-echoed from nil the towns' and cities
that arc cursed with such health-destroying
L abominations. It is the testimony of phys
ician and others whose opinions are en
titled to respect, that tho decaying wood,
with the excrement from animals that be
come intermixed with the blocks of the
pavements, and tho animal and vegetable
matter that accumulates under the walks,
give off a malaria that is most destructive to
health, and especially productive ot fevers
of the bilous type. The Chicago papers
are most persistent in their denunciation of
the abomination, and will probably en
force a scientific enquiry, with a hope o
results that will compel the nbandonmcn
of wood in the construction of walks nnd
pavements. It is, as the Vincennes Sun
takes occasion to remark, high time that
some attention be given to the laws of
health in tho management of incorporated
cities. The people cannot afford to sacri
fice their health in the interest of economy.
It is infinitely better that the citizen pay
out his money for brick, stone, gravel, cin
der or asphaltuui walks and pavements,
than to pay it out for drugs and doctor's
ST. c iiaki.es hotel.
J. A. Weaver, Kansas City, Mo; ('.A.
Beck, II. C. DePue. Ceutralia, Ills; II. M J
Sullivan and family, Oxford, MUs; J. N.
Clark, Mo; J. D. Follett, Chicago: S
Frank an 1 lady, Amite City. La; Wm.
Wilson, Jackson. Tenu.; Thos. B. Fayo, II.
M. Yalding, T. ,G. Kephart, Chicago; A.
R. Hall, St. Louis; S. K. Hale, Paducah.
Ten Cents Wohth. It you want a neat
smooth shave fur ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 25 cents, or anything else in
the tonorial Hue, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's. No. 142 Commer
Ice, Ice Wholesale and Retail in
large or small quantities. Wagons will
run daily to all parts of the city, delivering
pure Lake Ice in such quantities as cus
tomers may desire. Leave orders at my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial;
at Sargeants, on Eighth street, or address
me through the post-office.
THE EQUITABLE LIKE ASSURANCE
SOCIETY OK THE I'NITF.D STATES
31 A K ES TH E FOLLOW I NGAXNONCE
MEXT TO THE PUBLIC:
The dissatisfaction which prevails
throughout the community with regard to
onerous conditions contained in life assur
ance contracts and the judicial decisions
based thereon, together with the public in
dorsement of the liberal usages of this So
ciety, as shown by its largely increased
business, has led the management seriously
to consider whether the contract could not
be simplified ami certain conditions erjsed
therefrom which Lave been the subject of
much criticism and misconception.
After a careful examination of the ex
perience of some of the best companies in
Great Britain, who have shown a greater
liberality than has been customary in this
country, this society feels justified in adopt
ing a form of contract in which the follow
ing important concessions are made to pol
icy holders throughout the United Stntes:
1. Policies will be made incontestable
after three years from their date.
2. Each ordinary policy will provide for
ndefinate surrender-value in paid-up assur
ance, in case the policy is forfeited after
three years from its date.
3. Each Tontine policy will contain a
definite surrender-varae in cash, in case of
withdrawal at the end of the tontine
4. The contract will be cencisely and
clearly expressed, containing only such
provisions ns arc necessary to protect tho
5. Tho above concessions will hereafter
inure to the benefit of all policies already
issued and in force, after three years from
their dates respectively.
Notice. to all wnoM it mav concern:
Tho Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any ouo
connected with the Bulletin, unless the
same is made on n written order signed by
myself, and the order must bo attached to
the bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work are valid unless
the same are endorsed by myself.
, E. A. BlltXKTT.
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" Linen Letter Heads.
" Linen Note Heads.
The best duality of nauer at rtricos of
the cheapest grade. .
pound statements all colors.
10 pound Bills Lading..
14 and 10 pound Bill Headsall sizes.
Extra super white Envelopes at St. Louis
wholesale prices. Printing $1,00 extra.
Ruling and Binding, all kinds at Tub
ExvnLors printed at the Bulletin olllco,
$1.00 per M. Envelops furnished at St.
Louis wholesale List prices for the next 30
AM, ADVERTISEMENTS la this navi. of
Wanted, For HiiIh, For Rent, Wsnled to Rent,
Hoarding, Lout and Found, and tlm Ilk. !' than
flvu Unci eucli, Hill ho publlobed for 23 cents tverr
Insertion, Euch additional Hue, 5 cents.
HEADQUARTERS FOR FIXE ARCHERY' tiOODB
Dows. Arrows. Targets, 8liootlng Cloves, etc., at
C. W. HENDERSOX'8, Commercial avenue, cor
nor Twelfth struct.
Two Better pups B to 7 months old, csme to my sla
h'oou Huniluv. Thu owner can have them by prov
ing property and paying the expenses incurred.
' A. J. CARLE.
E. C. FORD,
Variety. Bracket Store,
Commercial Avenue Corner Xfntli Street.
CAIIIO, : : : II,I,IN()IH.
J. T. WARREN & CO.
fit 4 GliW. Second St.
Foreign tnd Domestic dried and catineil Fruits nd
Vi-xctatiles. Canned, dried and salt Flb. Pi
les. fauces, oils and Condiments. Sou
stuff-, Itiikluu Powders, grouud u
whole Spices. Toilet and Laundry
Soaps, ttceds, Jellies. Preserves
Faery l.roccrUs i,d Gro
Stock unparalleled in the Wcs.
SEXD FOR OUR "GROCERS' MANIEL."
JrS HlSKLK, N. B TlIlSTLf ), J. II !(M.BK
& MoOKEj '
Fanners Tobacco Warehouse
COMMISSION M EKCHANTS.
Ncs. lis and l.T Ccniaerc'.al Avrcnr,
CAIKO II. 1
tyLI'.Tal Advar.cemet.ts made ou Consign
ments of Tutiuoe. llour. and Gmtu.
tT"Ai: uts lur Uear, tcott & t o. tlirrsblng ma
ruiLvs. portah'.e saw mill and threshing engines
Agents riirCtainjiion harvesting machines. moweis
Dealer in Fresh Meat.
IJetween inn tori nml Com
mercial Av., Hdioiiuiig Ilnnnyis.
KEEPS f...r rV.cthe hest Detf. Pork. Mutton, Veal,
I.muh, hausage, &c, and Is prepared to serve
families in an aia'itatle manner.
MUTUAL All SOCICTT.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE IXSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized July 1-Stli. 1B77, Under the Lawsot
the State of Illinois, Copyrighted July
9, 1U77. iiiuler Act of l onu'resi.
WILLIAM STRATTOX, Prkidknt.
Mas. P, A. TAYLOR, - - Virs-PuKmuawT.
J. A. (iOLI)STIXE, TitltAH-HKR.
Dn. J. J. GORDON, - Med. Advihou.
THOMAS LEWIS, rir.cnmnr.
HOARD OF MAN AO Kits:
J. J. GORDON, Mivnlcliin Cairo, IIIh.
Mih. P. A. TAYLOR, Huperluteudeiil of
HcIiodIs, Alexiuider Coiiiilv " ",
Mr. E. C. KOItl). Variety Uiiirket Bioro, ' "
J, A. (iOLDsTIN E, or UolilMllne Ko
senwnter, Whulesnlu nnil lteliill Dealers
in Maple nnd F.uiev Dry liimris " "
N. 11. TilISTLKWUOD.tif llluklu &
Tlilsllewond. Comiulwlou Merchants,
Cotton ninl Tolmceo Factors " "
S. I). AYEliS, nf Avers & Co,, Commis
sion MervlmiitH..' " "
THOMAS LEWIS, Insurance Manager
nnd Attorney nt Law vw.'v " "
WM. STIIATTON, of Blnittou & lllrd,
WholeKule tlrorrrs "
GEO. M, ALDEX, Commission Mer
chant Ohio Loveo..... "
JAS. 8, REAHDEN. ABi'lit Mississippi
Vnlloy Transportation Company
HARRISON HOUPT, Watchmaker nnd
Jeweler " "
C'HAB. R. MTUART, Wlioliwiili) and Ru
tall Drv Hoods and Notion
KDWAMl) A. UU'E.K' MaimriirtiirluR
Jeweler nnd Miolusnl l)on,.r iu
Wnti'litnaVdrs Tools and Material " "
EDWIN K. EUNEM , Proprietor Hi.
Charles Hotel i... 11
HA 2 EN LEIU11TON, Commission Mer
chant " "
Dr. EDWARD K. ROE. U. S, Marshal
Hoiithern District Illinois Hprlugflcld', III.
Mrs. 8. A. A BUS villa Rlilue, '
Dr. R. H. URIGIIAM. Ptivsklnn. InillanHtiolis. lurt
JAS. M. UKLATT, Real Estate
ARent Keokuk, Iowa.
ney. DAVID f. WELLS, Methodist
Minister (Irsnrl JnArMnn. Tonn.
S. U. OULLEY .Mcrcuaut flerldaa.Miat.