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"K. A. Burnett, Cairo. UUinola "
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
K. A. Ilurnott,
It is asserted that the isolation scheme iu
Memphis cannot be made a success. The
negroes and many whites object to the yel
low flay on their promises; and the fumiga
tion of th5 citizens person involves so much
trouble that very few of them will submit
to the ordeal, as a rule. And so it seems
the fpidcinic must rage on. It seems to us
that about a regiment of soldiers could be
p it t a good usj iu that pestilential city
about tiiis time.
Fourteen coaches of lloosier pic-nickers
yisited Vincennes, last Sunday, and visiting
a grove near the dry, about every third
masculine member of the crowd set up a
private bar of his awn and commenced pa
tronizing it liberally. In a short time
about a huudred of the men were druuk,
and a general row follwetl, iu which f.sts,
clubs, knives and pistols were used in utter
recklessness as to consequences. Nobody
was killed, but broken heads and bloody
faces could be counted by the score. The
party remained ia town four hours.
It is no wonder that the people of Maine
have become tired of Hannibal Hamlin.
He has been continuously in public office
since lSiM. He was a roaring Democrat ip
to 1854. Ho then joined the-Republican
party, and for the past tweuty-tive years he
has been a Stalwart of the bitterest charac
ter. It is full time that he should be turn
ed out ot Uncle Sam's pasture. It is said
that he wants to transfer his Senatorial
mantle to his son. The probabilities are
that ho will not be successful. It is cur
rently beUe'ic V iTht Pennsylvania is the only
State in which tliat feat can be performed.
The Alton Daily Democrat says: "The
Indianapolis Sentinel of a recent tint? con
tains a lengthy article advocating the claims
of Hendricks as the Democratic candidate
for president in 1SS0. It favors him as the
especial champion of state rights. Hendricks
can never "get there.'' Aside from a few in
dillerent uotiees like the above, the labored
article of the Sentinel, (sent to ail the Dem
ocratic papers of the Northwest, milked
commanded no attention whatever. H .n
dricks is an able man, an lmnst man and a
good Democrat; but even herein the North
west where lie is most popular and bet
known, the Democrats who would make
him the party's standard boarer in 10,
are few and far between, r.;:d not vry
enthusiastic either. Either Davis or Pahm r
is infinitely the stronger man.
The Boston Post nails to the counter as
base coin another misrepresentation in the
Portland speech of John Sherman; read:
"Tho demagogical character of Secretaiy
Wurman's Maine speech contained the
statement that one of tho Democratic lead
ers arrogantly dic'tired that 'it was their
fixed purpose to wipe out every vestige of
war legislation.' Tho man referred to v;is
Blackburn, of Kentucky. What he did say
was: 'We do not intend to stop until we
have stricken the la-t vestige of your wu
measures from the statute looks, which, like
these, looked to thu abridgement of tho
liberties of the citizen,' and ho added, 'were
-born of the passions hieid it of civil strife.'
Sherman is not the only man who has tor
tured tho language.' A.l hgUatMi that
abridges the liberti -iof the citizen ought
to bo wlj out, Till any honest Repub
lican declare to tho contrary? If so let him
utaud up and show hiui.-eif."
NO NEGROES NEED APPLY.
The Republicans of Hamilton county,
Ohio, nominated a negro man named Will
iams, as ono of their candidates for tho
Lower nouso of the General Assembly. It
was then believed to be ft big card. Repub
licans who honestly favored nu oquitublo
distribution of the spoils rejoiced over it;
and tho negroes everywhere declared tho
act to bo an intimation of tho party's pur
peso to deal justly with the clement that
held tho State of Ohio under Republican
control. Meetings of colored men were
held all over tho State, aud renewed devo
tion to Republican principles were avowed,
since the party had, in such an open man
ner, declared its purpose to recognize the
blacks in its nominating conventions. But
these exultations were of short duration.
Tho ''bummer element'' of Cincinnati would
not swallow "the d d nigger," and unless
his name was taken from the ticket they
would "bust the whole arrangement."
Against this pressure the few liberally dis-
oscd Republicans were unable to stand,
and now it goes out to the world that "Mr.
Williams has decided to withdraw from the
In the entire State ot Ohio there is not a
single negro so thick skulled as not to
know that Williains' "withdrawal" has been
enforced. "The nigger clement will stick,
anyhow," ii the way the managers put it;
but the bummer element will leave before
it will come up to a negro's support," nnd
in deference to bummer's demands Mr.Wil-
liams was sacrificed.
And now what do the Cincinnati negroes
propose to do? The question is easily an
swtred. A few of them will feel indignant
and swear they won't stand it, and then
proceed with the operation of 'Standing
it," the same as if nothing had occurred.
As au Ohio paper says, there may be a little
subdu.nl thunder, for the nonce; but before
election d y the Republican papers will be
full of car. Is from leading black men, de
claring, with all the enthusiasm of negro
nature, that they will continue to use their
inlluence for the success of the grand Re
publican party, the only agency under God.
through which the colored race cauhope to
secure ami enjoy the privileges and rights
to which, under the laws of nature and of
the land, it is undeniably entitled. That's
what the influential negroes will say. and
the masses will renew the hurrah lor the
glorious party," until the time comes for
the party to ive them another kicking.
Tiien the same routine will be gone over
NO GOOD PARTY WOULD DESERVE
The editor of the Cincinnati Commercial,
a bitter and unreasonable hater of Southern
people, wants to lie informed why the
South is solid, and throws in the remark
that he docs not think that those who were
conquerers should prostrate themselves in
the dust before the conquered.
The editor ot the Louisville Courier-
Journal 'jives the Commercial the informa
tion asked for in such terse, t.'lling word,
that we cau't resist tii - impulse to repro
duce them :
He says. "The disposition of the North
ern leaders toward the South is so brutal,
so blood-thirsty, so indicative of ungener
ous and narrow natures, so vengeful, so
hateful, that history furnishes few parallels i
to it. Since the utter failure of the R"pul
lican programme to Republican;" tie
Southern States by force and fraud and dis
franchisement, the venom of t.'ie leaders has
been positively ib.viiUh. They have
misrepresented the condition of
otiiirs in the South on every
occasion: they have, warned capital
ists t- avoid tli- Southern States: they
hnv; warned umigra-iti-from Europe that
tiny will bj slaugl.terui if thty to south
of the Ohior.vi.-r: they ha ridiculed and
decried (Very Southern enterprise; tiny
hav- belittled the tenta'ive nniiufac'.uiing
interest-" that portion of the Union: they
have orgmized a !, 'm.-' to deprive the
Southern proprietors of their black labor;
they hav.; printed over a:id over again the
lie that th.- Sjuth is r.ipidiy becoming a
"howling wildorn-ss;" that it i given over
to bloodshed, tyranny and lawlessness; that
idleness is the rule; that no industrious
man will be allowed to remain there; that
no Republican is allowed to vote.
This is no exaggeration of the nature of
the Republican crusade against the South.
Is it any wonder that tho Republican party
has not been able to gain a foothold in that
pHrtion of tho Union? 'Think as I do or I
will ruin you," is the Republican method
of seeking to establish its party principles
in the South, and when that party had full
control of every Southern Slate tho people
hud a sullicleiit taste of Republican rob
bery and proscription, They came out of
that period plundered and anathematized
Under such circumstances no people under
tho Hun would vote for tho continuation of
such domination. That is the head and
front of tho South's offending. The South
ern peoplo have declined to be Hepublicans.
That is tho procuring cauminf Ihpubliean
wratli and indignation."
Does tho Commercial now know why the
South is solid?
CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING. AUGUST 31, 1870.
Yon Must Curb tiiat Counn. With
Shiloh's Consumption Curo you can euro
yourself. It has established the fact that
Consumption can be cured, while for Coughs
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, and
all diseases of Throat and Lungs, it is abso
lutely without an equal, Two doses will re
lievc your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
tako and perfectly harmless to the youngest
child, ami no mother can efford to be with
out it. You can uso two thirds of a bottle
and if what we say is not true we will re
fund the price paid. PricolOcts. Mcts,
and if 1,00 per bottle. If your Lungs are
sore or chest or back lame use Shiloh's 1'or
ouk Plaster. Sold bv Barclay Biotheis.
Hayk you Dyspepsia, are you Constipa
ted, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Dead Ache, if so don't fail to use Shi
loh's System Vitalizer. It guaranteed to
relieve you, and will you continue to suffer
when you can be cured on such terms as
these. Price 10 cents, and 73 cents. Sold by
Wki.l's Persian Perfume "Hacknielack''
is rich nud fragrant try it. Sold by Barclay
Jackson's Best Sweet Navy To-
yiM I N KSTHATOH'N NOTICE.
1T.TB OP TI1EKON KO.HIIN, UK, KAK;M.
The undersigned, limine been namiinlcd Admin
Ulrator of the entiito of Tljernn liilniii. late of
the comitv of Alexander and state of UllnoiH, tW-
ceaned, hereby (lives notice thai he will appear be
lore the couuty court 01 Alcxawler county; at tho
court-house in I'niro. at the October term, on the
third Monday in October next, at which lime nil
persons hnvini! clainiH nitntnst sjid entitle, nre noli
lied and requested lo uttend ior t le puriiosii of hav
inn the same adjusted. All peism indebted to teiid
estate are requested to make nniimliate payment to
Dated Ibis nisi dnv of An-just. J 1). is;n.
WILLIAM' W.U. UN El!. XdniiniHtrator.
V ATTACHMENT NOTK'E
Public notice is hereby eiveii to E.Uooi.i Unit on
the I'.Mh day l May. IS!). I' It. Wootwnrdsui-d out
ol the t'ircuit Court of Alexander comly, Illinois,
a writ ol attachment airninsi the et:re ofK. Uooks
lor Sii-M.U". rctnrunulu on'thctuinl Mi.iulay of sei
tembcr, IsT'.l. to a lei-m of sniil lourt then to be
holden in the eity ot Cairo, in ruiii ronuty nnd
itate, which writ' of lUtiichtii'-nt bus n-en "levied
upon a lot of iiK'rchandi-e. Now. unlc-s H. Rooks
shall appear. iive bail and pKaii wilhiu the I'm
limiteil fin his appearance Iu sueli case, judgment
Mill be entered and the e-laie so attached
will be sold JOHN a :ike E.
Cairo, IU., Aueu,! tth, K.9. Circuit fieri;.
I'llbl'c notice is herein- eiveii o Herman l.cy
(baton the lOih day of'.luly. A l. 17!'. IL.jiry
Weis s'.ied oil I of the circuit coirt ill Alexander
county. Illinois, a writ ol nttaclmeiit against iiR.
esuitcof the said Herman Levy. tr 00. return
able on the third .Monday of sepctnber. 1S7D. to a
Icrni of "aid court then to lie holleu In thu city of
Cairo, iu saiC county and slate, which writ of at
tachment has been levied upon lit .'4, block iT. in
said city of Cairo. Now. unli-'" the sid Merman
Levy shall appear, yive hall and plead within the
lime limited lor his appearance 11 such chhb. jtiile
mem will be entered aud the e-tate so attached
will be sold .IU1N A. REEVE.
Cairo. III.. Aueust 1th. 1ST:'. Circuit Clerk.
State or Illinois. 1 I'lrcuilronrt of Alexander
County of Ai.rAME. ) couuiv septc-mScr term.
A. 1). ;.
William Tweed l'aiker "I
Ellabeth Linker. William i oj bill f r partition.
Linker. Iva E. 1'arkcr. .lode ,'
Parker. Robert H Cumiiii"- 1
ham, Lizzie R llilht-s J
Arlirtavitof the non residence ofEliabi ih'l.inker.
William Linker. In as E. I'arkvr.uf the the defend
ants above named, haviuz been r.jed iu the office of
the clerk of -aid circuit court of Alexander counlv,
notice is hereby iriven to the said non-resident de
ndaiits. that the complainant le tiled Ins bill ol
complaint in said court on the chaicery side thereof
on the tilth day of .Inly. A. II. 171. Now. therefore,
unless yon. trie said ' Elizabeth Linker. William
Linker! Urns K. Parker sliail perionally be aud ap
pear before the said circuit ciitrt of Alexander
counlv on 1 he llrst day of the ne.t term thereof, to
be holder) at the court house in foe city ol Cairo.
in s;od county, on the lsth day of pcpteuitier. A. U.
is','.', r.ud plead, answer or demur to the su: i coin-
aoiant In I ol conmlamt. tue -nine ant: tin- non-
t.-rs and (bluns therein charged aid elated. :; be
;uki-u us confessed, and a decrer enured aaiti-i
vou accordiiiffto the praverof sad bill
JOHN A REEVE. Ci -u.
Iiukkn A ,n.r.i:i;T, Complainant solicitors.
IU1V is,n. 1
WHEREAS. William W. Thornton u
' l CUte I
Ki ( o;d-
M. Thoruon. hv their certain Trust 1
May tin- e-.th. A.'U l-iTand reconed in t
er oflice 111 Alexander Couuiv. 16 Hook
v . r . .c
Jsl. -.' and : did convey toth- und-t-inc-d a- rru.!. e
the jin-ml'es herc-iniifti r descrilid to '.-riire l.'i.
payni' rit of eeu promisor? not-i- for ,. uru of
one thoushiid 1 l'o dollar. eacH and n;i!i.ffi-.
p- tivelv iu four ( live i.') six !: scm i. i7-.-i'ht
i-i niu.- ,:i. and ten (10i years froti dab-. :'!; in-.-r-c't
al the rat.- of ti ll per cent pir anil jmyahie
semi-nniii:u.:y from date and wben-as Se '. of sail
notes are now n-ie and unpaid nth
s.riie from tie- ij'h ol May A . 1). 'i '
.Mil wheren '..0 e holder of said
ral.edupou the 1 r.d-r"ii;tied lo srli '
cer'-maner dccri'-J Vi ar:sfy -nic, not.
Nov. therefore in pursuance f C:
iv. r, : or.
this date .
T ot. s I;.'.-
-i!id i liter-
' t-rn.s of
said D-i'cj ol iru-t t!.- un'U-rs'.uiu :.:.
ONTHLKsIJAYTIIr: !TII DAVOKsEI'TjlMllEIt.
A. I), l-l'i.
I.twreii'ie hee.r- of i, ipO o'clock
lock P. M. Of
.!! r iies re--(l iu
o sell ul ;e, !,',( .
l-h. I he f. ,tiW.! .
Lots timber no
o.-i ih.r:e.-'i (I ;
on the pri-
i Ity ol Cairo, j:;. . ,J
ten:-, io t.'ie bii.'lie-t '....:. r for
: rl'.ed )(! L-b.- ..;
,fil..i i boeievell l'. I . ... , -.'
o. )do' i. number .', .-. )', in
tl)e I ny of Cairn
M. -. i;s
att.'il bv ilie Trustees of Cairo i'v Propi-rtv,
i"iuli-d in the I'oiiLtv of Aieiandi-r. Ki te s. i,i
-. 1 the r-'.'h's and ee etv of r.-d.-iiip' Ion '. ihe od
Wildam W. Tlioriini and .M:.rOia M '1 ; :i ton lii
w ile. their li'-ir-. c-. i i,tor. ailmiiii-i'.i'e'- ni.d a-
therein, to t. ; i - y -iid tr'i-t ui.i! u and
i vp.-n-i i of i xi-'. iiTii.e rh'-aii;i.
II V. .MAKslIALI.. Tr .
SpririibM. l is . Juiv 'eh. Is'.''.
Wln-reris. ( hrl-tlan Ili.Miv and I'r-iiia V. llannv.
by their iru-t deed b"riri .' datij tli" ll'h day of
April. A. I). 1". nnd dmv r"-ordeii in the record
er oflb e of Alcxiinder -.!;iity. Uliini. in book of
deeds on pu-.'e ).' and ' . did eraut. barAln and
el! to tin undersign. d Horn... W.rdiicr, Intrust
ler the uses bud pnipo.es :i .-r-1 u expressed. Ihe
I liowini; described n-al -.ui... to wit : Lot num
bered on,, i it in block numb. r-l twenty-Ms cii. In
lle-cltyof t airo. county nt Aiixamler "and slate of
II iiiois, to (tei ure t:,,. ,iiinent of n
ciiu'.n proinlsory note lor (ho un f
Hv.- Ihnu.iiiid dolla'" ul even
dat" with said de -d. jiuvablc tnre,.. yearn after the
date tliereof, lo Horn. " Wurdin-r u' (.'iiardiaii for
N inn .loreeiisoii. a minor, or order with Interest
from date at ihe nib- ol ten per i.em per minimi in
terest payable send untiiiallv: and whereas, the
prim i, nl of saidlmle. aiiioiiiitln to five thousand
dollars, mid the sem of two hundred and -Ixty-
hr nut "i I'D dollars inter, -t tuer.-on. Is due at
the jiaie of thU notice nd nniiuld. and wh'-reas,
Ihe holder or .aid note hi. culled upon (lie under-
I .Mied in .,11 t,.. si!d pn inls.n sntlsfy the said
debt nnd luii I. t..L'ethr wish tin- cost" attend
oil.' the eifciitlon of said trust. Now therefore.
I'.v virtue nl tin- power u'lvn me by ld d'-ed of
tni't.mid inpuisiiiimc with the provision there
of, I will on
.'IMIIAV THE I'.nh HAV OK SEl'TEMBEH
at the hiMii-of n'cloe!;, o. m., of said day, at tin'
conn liiei.e door, hi the city of Calm, In the county
ol Alexander, slute o Illinois, proceed IO sell, by
Public vendue, to tli.) hlL'lie.i bidder for cash, said
lot iiutnbertd one (Ii In block numbered twenty
six (Jiibln tin. city of Culm, lonmv of Alexander
andslatiiof Illinois, toeeih, fi, in, 'H rluht of re
demption ami hoin. .lend evciuntloti of lb said
Chiltlaii llaiiny nnd I rsula V. lUnnv. Thtf pur
chaser will lie.ntllltdtiiad.ed '
Unteil AiikusI 1H, IHV'.i.
u "V"' !': WAIU'NEK. Trustee.
Matiillel 1', heeler uttv lor liustec.
MUTUAL AID B0C1ETY.
JJUREKAI EUREKA 1
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mu tual Aid Society
0i ?,uil.eil July nth, 11177, Under the Laws of
thi! State of Illinois, (.'opyriirhteil July
i), 1 117 7. liniler Act of Congress,
WILLIAM STKATTON, I'iiksidknt.
Mns. P, A. TAYI.OH, - Vick-I'iilsujent.
J. A. (JOLUSTINE, - - TiiKAHi'iicn.
I)n. J. J OOltDON, lt;o. Aiivisoii.
THOMAS LEWIS. Sei-i:i:tuy.
1IOAHU OF MA.NAOEKS:
J.J. OOIiDON. l'hvsirlun Cairo. Ills
Mrs. 1. A.TAYLOft. Superintendent of
.Schools, Alexander Coiiutv " "
J. A. UOLPSTINK, of Ooldsline & Ko
seuwaler. Wholesale and liclnil Dealers
In Stnple and Eancv Dry (mods " "
X. II. TIIISTLEV(')OIt, of Hinkle it
Thlsllewoud. Coniinisaioii Mcrchauls,
Cotton and Tobacco Kuctore ' "
S. Ji. AYKKN of Ayerm X Co., Commis
sion .Merchants "
THOMAS LEW IS. Insurance .Munau'er
and Atloruev at Law...... " "
WM. STUATtON, of Stratlou it Linl,
Wholesale (iroeer "
UKO. M. Al.DEN, Coinnilssioii .Mer
chant, IS Ohio Levee " "
JAS S. UEAU!KN. A Kent Mississippi
Vallcv Transportuiion Cumnany. ' "
ClIAS.'lt. STL ALT. Wholesale mid He
tail l'rv (iiiods and Notion' ' "
EDWAIt'l) A. lit HEU. .Vainifactiirir.
Jeweler and Wholsale dealer in
Watrhniakers' Tools and Mal'rials. . . . "
CIIAKLES LANCASTER. Lancaster .t
C (t. l'ATIEH. C. ii. Pmier Jt Co..
W iiob'sale mu! 1,', 'ail Mi rchniiTs
Hkv.I!. Y. OKoltliK. l'astnr Pr-sbyte
I . C. Wli ITE. Insurance Atf'-iu
U. W. Mi KKAlir. Po-trimr-nr
s. P. Will-: EL Eli, Attorney and Coun
selor nl law
Mns I.OC1SA risllHAcK
OSCAH llAYTHoliN. Who!, sale nnd
l!ei::!l lloiiis. Slio.-s i.nd l.lryiioo.is,...
A.J.IilKl). Merchant and St.. auibout
WILLIAM KI.K.E.Oeiieral M. rchV.is
1'. O. SITU 11. Wholesale nnd lietail
.1. T. KKNNIK. Koiiniiry aud Mu l.in'.st. -
.Mtis. L. A. HnWAP!). lioardms Hons
W. V. I'lTCHKl:, Insurabl e A .'ent .... -A.
II ALLEY. Healer iu Stoves. Tm and
E. W. (.KEEN, (ireen. Wood A Henuelt -
II. E l'OTTEl;, Editor and I'ub'.i-hcr
Arirus Journal Mound
Mrs. S. A. AYEKS ...Villa Hi
A. J. J-KEN! II. Kami, r Bird I'
OUI'IUNS MITl'AL All
This society held its second mmiial me -'in,; a!
Ihe Temperance Keforni ( Inb rooms, on 'i in sduv.
August Mh. 1C7!(, at ! o'clock p. i
Tlic President b.ene absent, the nieetii..' )..
calleu to order by ihe VU e President.
The Secretary uavitnj been r- q i.-sied at tho h.'t
tlUllllill lueeline lo nreloire rules ol order. LM .clil.d
1 The President shalt call t!;e meelin,' to order.
.! - Treasurer's report. scc:.-.".rv's annual report,
receipts mid expenditures, i NoniUaiions for
inanie.-ers. ri Aiti.-iiciiin:i.f to t.'ie constitution,
b-lieports of committees. 7 -Motions and resuiti
ious. s-New nusint-"-.. b- Numb, r of manaeeis
for ensuing year. lo-EIectbia of managers .
1 1 -.-Mi.iouriiiu.nl.
The Treasurer's report rend and arlprowi'..
Sccreinry's report wa.-rend and on motion r.-f.-rred
back to the anditiue cominitiee to s..p.-r:.le
til- items ul' membership fees and untual . pti.se
Canto. It.'..-.. A'.m Vh. !s;'.i.
Ti.e iirldersien.-d in presentiui.- his .fi-wi.d amiual
report ,akes jileas'ire in statiiie !) the n. luher- tlie
adMiiice.-nent during Ihe past year, both ol members
and popularity. This loo. as we virtually suspend
ed soin itine; for three months, tells we'd' for our
litlles.M-iety. The tact of It Membership beili.'
extended over a lar.-e territory, e'lnrant.-. s a li.-ir
averaee mortnlitv. The inetiibersnip is scattered
ou-r twentv slates, viz: Illinois. Indiana. Ohio.
Yiridnia. ' ! Ii.ware. .Michigan. Wiscon
sin. Missouri. Iowa, Kansas. Colorado,
hi ul icky, lenr.essee. ' M,ss!p.i Aia
buuia. iieoreia. Florida.. Louisiana. Texa and
Arknn-as. Also Washington City. U. '., Province
of t,'uel.c-ck and Nova Scotia, in ( an.ula. Trie
Ilbl.-lller ol UnTlhcr i a tollov.a: ( .;:. 1. Inn;
I la-. -.'. -11:1 la." d. is.:); Cla- A. Cia-s !.
i lass H. :V'i. Total member-hip u,,,.,!,.
ofi-.-rttfli-ntcs in unci , $V.WV1J. II! ii.-n use dar
ilie the year
KECEI.TS AND I'lIMil'IiSEMEN'i'S UN C'l'lt-
l!..i-eived on iiieiiib.-isliip fees $ : -.i
llefciVed oil .-Xji.-l s,. usse.siue!! t . 1 (S .'I
Cas.'i on hand i.t i oiiiun i.ceiiie.t of year .
Eurniiure It" t"
ITMii.-.'........ $' fi
Statloui iv M VJ
I'.-Et. ! i -i al d id' ldl.ta! exjet-e '.' 'i '
l' iiian. h creturie and uth. r -1 ;.
Pn-':..-.-. . xpr'-ss. -x. iiat.j.-. and leejn.ph .v ;
I'.iii. :..r .-uivetli-li. .'
s.-. r.-larv and n :-t:ii.ts . 1 si; m;
Cash ol. hi.nd d'.i I.'.
I I Ml -J"
Tl re i::i.e Ii.-.-:. 1 at!:-! .iuriliL' 111" p.i-1 two
J., r. '! P.i.f which, tl.e beneSci .ri'-s hnce r
'-. ..-.1 ti.e 1 ".low :i,' muo mi ..:. jr. s.-nta-1 n of
i i:m. t..e oilier f... ciaim Do! yet pr. sent... I, one
o: i,:i ,i : due.
No ol a:ue of ; Ain't ;i'd i Arn't n'd i Net
ii- . '!:. i b.-iri'y ' bv d.-e'd ' -ain.
i.-.ib-v. Acmu sa-i :... v .? j-iVn
J..iir. (' ',) Iloaz I,U il .. 5 SO .. i.-i Vi
i '-.. ". I.lovd.... -.-'I !" ..11 - 'M'l
I V..;!; Yarc-ticv I! :'... 'i 7'. . 7:7 .'
.1. It.-.. Wm. i ari.-r Y-ft :'... s -Jo... ir, in
'. ,V. I'.. Ouoin J-S s.... T sj. . l.j :,
7. Kr.J. It. I.vle. HI s-.... s in .. p..; S'.
H, '. V. I'rewilt 'ill T.'i. .. 1 .'.. . - 7 an
!l. K. M Lavender !' ''
iii. ii w. Vow eii nr. i.o... '.'i .. i:-.s r.:
11 Hold. i.S Hinders PiONl... ii Ul... p.'l s:i
U..l'hos. M. Martin iss 10... s o .. i r. .Vi
U. Or. N II. I'rewltt u: 7 l.'i... Pi lo
II Kii'-ene V,' Earlv '.'o ... Ki So... iU
IV Mr. Kate Vomit; MO!H... ?V ... ir, :,
Hi .Mrs. Fanny P. l'oner. t,-'i w... is m... oi
i .H) fill lM 15 '. S.'7 15
Coll. -red on deuth assessments :1 r;r; :.,
Paid beneficiaries SI W-0 t,0
Cash on hand b5
:) 'M 5J
Then: remains considerable uncollected, which
when collected, to 'ether with the amount on ham!,
will be paid to bciicllclaiie on presentation of
ASSETS ON HAND:
Cash, expense account $ :i!i
Cah. mortuary fund V,-.' 1,5
Sufi, furniture, etc I05 v5
suppllet on hand -.". no
Hills receivable and bonds set apart for
buili.'.liiK, purposes Iu 1st" 5 km 10
1 1.7.' 55
All of which Is respectfully submitted, hv Yours
Fraternally. '1 llo.MA's LEWIS, Secretary.
Examined and approved.
i ' HAS, 1!. KTEWAKT,
Auditing Comiiiit'ec ,0. M. AI.UEN,
I II, LElullTuN.
Nominations for mauneers belny In order, the
followltm member were nominated, viz;
Win. Si ration. Mrs. P. A. Tnvlor. J. A. Hold
"line. J J. Oorilon. N. II. Thlstlewood, S. I).
Avers. Thus. Lewis, c. M, Allien. J. s. Ucatdeu,
C. It. Stewart, E. A. Hu.b r. A. 11. Hun-acker. Win.
Loiierean. ( has. I.nnie, 11. F. Ooodvear. ('has
l.ancster. C. o, Patii r, Ifcv. I). Y. Oeorne.
.1 C. White, . w. McKealf. S p
Wheeler. Mr L. fishback, Os. nr llavthorti, A. J.
Ilird, m. Kluo'. Paul ii. Schnh. Wo, M. Wil
Piinn. da, A. (iu'.lev. Mines Phllilp., a P (Ireer
J.T. Keimie, Albert Lew... Mi L. A. llowurd,
Wm.K. Pitcher, A. lralhy.EllW. fireen, Mr. H
A. Ayeri. II. F. I'otur, A. J. French, W. 1. Wil
keisou, A. W Jones, il. Lu!"btoii, N. A. D. llryanl
and 1). J. (iiilllan.
A number ol auicndincnts to thu constitution
linvinx been Hied Willi thu secrulary, they were
read, llrothera Williams uud Lclnhiou were ap
Article 1 1, aa proposed, was read and voted upon.
1171 voles were eusl. Ml for, and HO aipilintt. Over
two-thirds ol thu voles polled, heme; m favor, It was
declared adopted, aud Is as follows:
"Auriei.E XIV . It ahull he thu duty oflho lecro
tary lo mail to each meiiiher of th.i society, twenty
days prior 10 the next annual meeting, copies of all
ultcruconii or amendments to thu constitution, on
llle 111 hla olllce, and lo be voted upon at thu said
niiiiunl meetliit!. thai each member may duly cou
aider ihem, and Indicate his or lur will with ruler
uncuthureto; aud every proxy shall, wheu voliuj;
upon mieh alterations or umeudinenls. hu noverneii
by thu will ul hiaor her principal. Thu secretary
ahull afllx to the copy of eu.a uiu-rulloll or umeiid
meut yil'ered, the words :
In favor 01 anieudlnn aiticle votes,"
'AeMuBi amendlni; artlclu votes,'
undo the member desires to note for the mnend
meut, he or she shall insert the number of voles,
aud if he or she desirea 10 vote auain-l Ihe amend
meut, huor shu shall insert the numbe r of votes,"
AinenduieutH proposed lo Article 111 and VIII
wtru taken up uud adopted almost unanimously,
by striking out ;d and Insertinu t.5 as thu maximum
u;;e at which uiemhera will he taken.
Amendment to Article V, proposed by lirolher
Wilkcrsou, was tlien taken up and discussed at
some lc-neih. (m moiion of Fr.bher Williams, Ihe
further disciishion was laid over until next niurn
I'm "t o'clock. On motion, thu mcetine; ailjourneil
until S o'clock Ihis cvcniiiL'.
Met pursuant to adjournment.
On motion articlu V was amended with but 4-1
dissentine, votes, by striking out aland inscrtine, :;i
On uiotloii it was decided to cleil 31 mataecrs
for the ciisiiine year.
The members then proceeded to the clecl'un of
'I lie loiiowiiiL' persons haini! received a uiejorily
ot the vote i nst, were declared duly elected :
Wm. btrulton, .Mrs. P. A.'llnlor, J A. (iuidttlr.e.
Dr. J. J (.oidon.N 11. Thistlcwood. S. U. Ayres.
Thomas L. wis, li. M . Ald.-n. J. S . I(eariien..'. K.
ste'.var'. E. A. IP:u'i', ch.'.s. I.uuctister, C, .
Patier, llev. H. Y. .eor"e. J. C. W hit.-.O. V. JI -Kea'.e,
1. 1' W ,e. -Ic r, lrs L. Fi't.back. Oscnr
llayiiiura. A J. ilird, illism Klaye, P. ii.
Sehuh.J IV llennle. Albert Lewis. Mr. L. A.
llowutu, W. F. Pitcher, A. lluo.y, E. VV. Orecn,
.Mrs. S. A. Ajirs. ilia lildee; ii . F. Potter.
Mound ( ity: A. J. French, liird's Point, Mo.
On motion ll.e nicctine, acjejibed until !i o'clo. k
to-in 01 low.
Met p;.r-uav.t to adjoLrntucut.
I i.e preside. .t an I :i j pr.-s.iiei.t both hcil a u'.
s. 1. . Lro. A. SS . .Lines, of Jack-on. w called to
the 1 M.li
M a.-..:, s ul pice. In mcctin,' rend aud 'ap
1 he :.d--i::!.t proposed lo tl.e lcpoil of the
(. . ret;,: , had bc-.-n made.
I ). -:.;:. ei d:.iei:t to Article V. which was under
.lis.- .,.,, the prtviiei ny beiiii! 1:. order, i'-ro.
W i.k. rpoii made a lena!!:) -speech, at the close of
wiii. h a motiou.wus uihde by l!;o. Stuart, to pro
f . ed to le.iiot on the ..rnei.duiei.t . Pro. Wiilialu
moved, lo itiieud by sus j i-m: 1 u 1 lur'her action 011
nmci.d'.i.e -nt until tl.e next annual ne-ciin;, Uro.
sti w :.r: v, i'.h.lr w his mc.,:.,n . ai.d it was curried
!ii.iii.i:in.; y inlay occi a.l i.ii.c-lcuh :.ts untH the
next annual ir.-c'il.-u'.
Pro, Wodauis oiiered the follow ii.g resolution:
"K.'si ivcd. Tu..' the sc. r. tiuy l.en idler be not
nllowe! to tnke notes for iii!;ia:'on Ices or ilu. s, til.
its he c. i.r tl.e iiiiioun' -o collected into the
treasury ,:. cas Ii. i.nd tl.al the bourd of niai.aers he
r-. pur.-. 1 1. c.mv. rt the !...;. now .n tl.e bunds of
the s i reli.ry into cu-ii as tnr.y as practicable to
the Ititere-lof the so. leiy. Adopted
i!ro. Aid. :i rum-d that the A'untic (Y.mir.'.ttec
be a'.Uhorizcd to examine the proxic hy. tia.e
been used. Can!, d .
on n.ot.i.u ihe n.ce '.ine; ad ourred 1 1 . t 1 ir-.-tis
iucuur-e. TlloMAs LE 1,
N. I!. We. 'he A:: !i:in CoM-nittee. havina' re-eXjinlL.-.I
tl.e book- aLil a-.CciUL'.s of the recrelary.
have luund them corrnt.
1 ( HAS. K. sTCAKT,
At:l.!ln Couiir.ittee.- H. LLI'.HToN,
(1.. M ALDEN.
COMi AilATIVi: i C-t (, LIKE 1NSI IUNCE
Wil li i'.KN EY iLENT SOCIETIES.
We five the ai.l.ni.! ei-i of six life insurnr.re
con.tiani. s, taken '.-. ui Ihe published tatctnei.'. f
tlie 11.surnl.ee e on, 11, ssioi.t r el New lork; Sirs
comp-.uy the miiue aeeul tbie society:
First, second y.-nr's business jiu.u.m
of insurance ;a .. '' is)
i.x', rise ol mar..ii.''-n.. nt.. s .u.tui
Second veur W .V. O. M. A.
S. au.'t of in.'., tnnity ... ") 5.l i
Kxpti.se of uuii.aeen!er.t 1 (.: 1 vr
Ditleicnce in c-.s: of a life .i,surni.(-e
cotiipauv ;.;i'i -1 i.'I.evolent society . tl !i7.
The toliowii - ti.e cis; of e compaou ! .r
one year e: cii :
.eco.i i c'M..'..i.; .-- i,.i ,.ir ji.it.
I Jpolb les iii.unti'k- ! 'if. 7 7f-. Ksp, r.so $ 7a "Oil
Thin, c-oinpiiiiy t..:.td durtni: the year
s.'.i po.ie.c i!is ,r:i.a 1 ;u, hp se rati e(k
Fo'tnh company :st!. d ilurir.e; t' e year
las! policies, in-ur'.nf 1 e71 .A
Flfli cotr.par.v i.s-.e-d dur r.g '.)" v. ar
b'.a policies it.sar.Li; a all
Expense "... . tXlti
Six't; 1 om;. .r.y iss ..-d durii.e tne y. ar
7 lis- l.ol'.cie-s ius'trma aj oao r.tt
Expcuse 1 115 :A4 ii
To'alcost of inar.tia.ni'! of .' companies 1 73.", t.-'l "
Cos; of man:i .-en.. 1j- of th e t..-:.evol. nt
societies i:c ;i.e . a. v., .11. , .
1)1:7. n-nce in cos '. life i:.. tirar.cc and
b. n. V. '.CM societies 1 715 Jtl e:
The pr.-sid'-L! of one insarau' - c-mpany has re-ceiv.-d
siti.'miu y-nr -alary, uud Ji',.'.' s k,vri: 011
renewals, ef,. tor iiLotL. r ciu,tinv; toial LLi;nl
ref'-ip'." from two companies. i'.t.V".
MiniUiAX STOVE CO.
02 Lake St., 'JofienecaSft.,
Economy in Fuel, Dura
bility, and Convenience. '
Coiiiiilcteness of dcsijrn.antl
rei'A ctnt'ss of Construction.
Sini'ilicity of Maiiasrcnient, and
Ocncial 'oikinif Qualities.
THK P.EST AND MOST RELIABLE
QTOVES ,u- n
IN THE .MAIIKET.
Time Tried and Fire Tested!
ACKNOWLEPG EI FAVORITES.
AX1) I'KOVES A SUCCESS.
ALL GOODS FULLY WARRANTED.
For mIo by C. W. HENDERSON, Cairo.
-'-y,'S- r"::: V ;?'H7
And by First-Clan wciieiri""
. . . T u hil'll.
B U C H U
A Specific Remedy For A1i
Fur Deldllty. Loss of Mtii.ry, Ii.i.ist
Exertion or ltusit.es, H.or'r.ess .1'
Troublidwilh 'ihoiiL-l.ts ol Ibs.-fe. 1
Vision, Pain in the ) a. k. hot, and ;, s
Hlood to Ihe llei.d, 1 a.e Ciu.t.tei um t...
If these s tup;. irr.s are ..!'...1 to .
freijtici.tly Epin ptic Fit at.d Cor.s'irnpt:
When the constitution Ih coii.. a:t. . t. .'
the aid of an invii;orat;La nin..e:i... to
and tone up the systi-ni-wi.;ch
. . 1.
1 : r.i
DOES IN EVKKY CASK.
r.y any remedy kt own It is pr. se bj
n.ost emine nt physicians all ove t the ... .i
Aches and P.:ij
General 111 H a!t
JVmale Complaints, .
Ilcadifhe. Fain in t!.e shoulil-rs. ( ic.aii. I)
Le-". M.tir stot.iacli r.r.iptions, T.,.u m
.vionin. raipiTation or tlie Jli-mt, J a:n m u,
Hiou 01 iue Aiiiney a. ill,. I a ILollsa'.,: ..r'.er pui
pj uij'ieuu. arc- me tuisjirincs ol l'y-p' sih.
Invigorates the Stoninc)
And stimulates the torpid T.lver, Unwels. sr,d
........ ... ... . .
iie.s 10 nctmi! 11011, 111 cieariMiiL. lac 11 001
all Impurities, and Impartine; new ule and vie,),
iue wiiuit" sj-sieni,
A Klliplo trial will bo sulllclent lo convii ci
most nesliatiiiir or rte valuable ieu,i.iii .)!. 1
PRICE SI PER BOTH
Or Six Bottles for (io.
Delivered to any address free from obs. rvatioJ
..D..t ..ni" tnav eouaiiii or titer, receiving
am attention as by callliii.',
Competent pnysieiaiis aiienii 10 correspouuc
All letters should be silbressed to.
II. T. HELM BOLD.
' Di'iics-ist and Chemist.
Sec that the priva te IVoprM
ry SUimp is on. each bottle