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""DAILY CAIRO. BULLETIN.
THE TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL 8TATEMKNT OF THE
EQUITABLE LIFE 'ASSUJiANCE SOCIETY
OF THE UNITED STATES, 120 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
HENRY B. HYDE, President,
FOR THE YEAH ENDING DECEMBER 81, 1880.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 19,
Anovular Lidoir ahhiti, Jan. 1.
Intereil md rent
Net profit ou Invcatinente ,
Claim! by death and matured endow
ment! Dividend!, mrreader value!, and aa-
Dlaconuted endowment and matured
.. $4,7W,M7 W
Total paid poUey holder!
Divide ad qp eapltal
Amende! and cammlpalone
Hute, county and city taxea ,
Netceab MieU, Doe. 31, 1W0.. HMW.SU (K
Bond and mortgaget............ $
L'nilod Statee alocka
Stale etocka. city ilocki, and !torke
authorized by the lawa of the etate
of New Vork
Loam necureo by bondi and ptockp.
(al enUUt In Sew York and ISoaton
and purt:haed nnder forecloanre..
Caab on hand In bank, and other do
poaitorlea on intereet and In tranalt
Du from ageute on account of pre-
mmmi thumas a n mminh.
II K It) M. TKKIIKLL,
Special Committi of the Board of Director!,
appointed Oct. !. Isnd, to examine the apaeta
and account at the clow of the yar.
Market value of atocki and bond!
over coat -
Interest and rente due and accrued
Premium! doe and In proceee of
collection IM premium! paid In
advance, pa wl)
Deferred premium . . . .
ToUl ete, Dec. SI, lwn $ 41,1 H,H 3i
Total Itahlllliei including legal re
erve for reinaurauce of all ,1'Xlit
tliK pollcle! :tl,I.VW II
Total undivided lurpltu.... .....$ 9:t;iA U
Of which belong! fa computed) to
p.liclt-.ia general cla...... 1t',0.l 21
Of which belong, tea computed) to
pollciea In tontine da! A:SSXH 00
Bbks Assumed in 1880,$35,170.a0.j 00
Risks Outstanding - $l77,")!i7,70:nO
From the Undivided anrrilnp tavurulnnars Alvl.
deiirtn will be declared, available on eettleraent of
next annual pr-mlum, to ordinary part clpatlng
The valuation of tho pollciea outatanding baa
been made on the American experience table, the
legal platid.ird of the atate pfNew York.
l W. PHILLIPS,
.1. ii. VAN l l.E.
We, the iinderalined, have. In pcraon, carefully
examined the account!, and Miuntud and examined
in detail the aet of u,u aociety, and certify that
iuu lun iiMiK niniriiM-iii miTdnt II correct.
lIKSMNLrTON F KASUOLPII.
KAJIf." . IIAI.ht'KI),
HOARD OF DIRM'TORS.
HenrrB Ih de. John K. Stewurt
weorL'e n. mi
eori-e ii. Morgan.
iteore T. A (lee,
lleirv A. Hurl but.
Iltnrv K. SpHiiidiij..
William II. Ko'k,
W llllain A. Whcelotk,
William (i. l.mb rt,
Henry ti Mani'ianil
.In me! w. Aiexitnder,
Thomaa A . Ciiinmlni',
Dnnlel I). I.i'rd,
lauiep M Haloied,
Kdward W Lambert,
John Mo bi.,
lleiirv V. Hntb r,
eore II. Mcwart,
John 1 Jonea.
Ilobert Inox Kennedy,
hatinry M. Depew,
II njaiiiin Wllllampon,
Henry M. Aleiiinder,
K. lioudinot Tolt,
Thomap A Iliddle,
tieoru W. Carle-ton,
(iourge a. Kellogg,
Jope K Navarro,
John .1. Mct.iK'k,
Stephen 11. Phillip!,
Samuel W. Torrey,
Alexander P. lrvin,
I He Wtt "'tiyier,
l-iiti p KiUceraltl,
Willinm M. lilipp.
Kamuel (t. (ioodrich.
.I.VMKS V. ALEXAXDKH. Vice IWt.
SAMUEL JiOKKOWE, 2l Vice I'res't.
E. W. Latnlx rt, M. I, Eilw'd Curtis, M. I).
E. W. h ittt Supcriiitcii'lent of Agenrics.
North Western Dqmrttnunt.
I'M Oi-arlMirn Street, t'liiini;o.
W. X. C'ltAINK, General llaoagtr.
K. A. liL'lLNKTT, Af,.nt,
NOTICEABLE POINTS IN THE 21st
ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE EQUIT
ABLE LIFE ASSUKANCE SOCIETY;
NEW YORK. JAN. 1st, 1881.
Assets, $41,108,602; an increase of
more than -Three Million Dollars in
Surplus, $9,228,29-1; an increase of
One aud Three-quarter Millions of Dol
lars in 1880.
New Business, $35,170,805: an in
crease of Eight and a half Million Dol
lars in 1880.
Amount paid to PoMcy-lioltlers and
their representatives during- 1880,
A liberal surrender value in paid-up
insurance is provided for in all ordina
ry policies, in case of forfeiture.
Tontine Savings Fund Policies may
be terminated at the close of certain
defined periods, on terms more advan
tageous than upon any other plan.
These policies prove more profitable to
the policy-holder than any other form
Actual examples can be furnished at
the Society's office, of persons beiDg in
sured for ten years, and then upon
terminating their Tontine Policies, re
ceiving cash in some instances equal to
the whole of the premiums paid ; in
others, nearly all.
No technicalities nor arduons condi
tions in policy coutracts.
policies incontestable after having
been in force for three years. All such
Incontestable policies Mill be paid at
maturity, without rebate of interest,
immediately after the receipt at the
Society's office in New York of satisfac
tory proofs of death, together with a
valid and satisfactory discharge trom
the parties in interest, and without re
quiring any delay, even for sixty or
ninety days, as has been the custom
heretofore, and is still usual with other
Mayor N. B. Thiptlewood.
Treaurer Kdward liezonla.
Clerk Dcuiila. J, Foley.
'ouiiPelor-,Wm. K. Gilbert.
Marphal J. II. kiibitipon
BOAIU) or aUikHMIN.
Kint Wird M. .1 flow lev Punup. t
SwnM W!- David T. I.lnefar, Jeppe lliuk.e.
Third Ward-Etrbcrt Smith. II. F, Blake,
fourth Ward-lharle! o. Paller, Ado'.ph Swo
boda. "mh Ward--T W. fiallldav. ErnePt B. Pettit.
.4 PKICAN M. K. Fourteenth !treet, between
Walnut and Cedar Ptreeta: pervtcea Sabbath 11
a. m. and p. in.; Sunday School 1: p. m.
C1AIKO BAPTIST. -Temperance hull on Tenth
J atreet; preaching flr-t and third Sundav! In
eaeS month. 11 a in. and 7:'i o. in.; praver meet
liiU Thursday, 7: ip. m ; Sunday arhooli a m
Ikv. A. 4. IIKSS, Pator.
pni KCH OK TIIK KRDEEMKR (KpUeopal)
J Fourteenth atreet; Sunday Morning prayen
10:30 a. m.; evening prayera. T:3n p. m.; Sunday
chool 9::ki a. m. Friday evening prayer 7:) p. m.
LMRST MISSIONARY BAPHST CHTKCIi.
I Preachiui! at 10;) a. m., 3 p. m., and 7:S0 p. m.
Sabbath achoul at :M p. m. Uev. T. J. Shore!,
ICTnEKAN-Thirteenth atrcel; !er-ii.ea Hah
J bath I:) a. m.; Sunday ecnool 2 p. m. Rev.
MKT1I0I)IST-C..r. Eighth and Walnut PtreeU;
Preaching Sabbath Item a. m. and 7 p.m.;
prayer meeting, Wedtiepdav 7::) p. m.; Sunday
Schoul, '.I a. m. Kev. Whlttaker, pastor.
pllESHYTKHIAN EUihth Ptreet: preaching on
I Sabbath at ll:t a. m. and 7 p. m.; prayer
meeting Wednesday at J.;f)p. m.; Snnduy School
at 3 p. m. Ki'v. B. Y. Oror je, papUir.
O Kt'OND FREE WILL BAPTIST - Fifteenth
O ptreet. between Walnut and Cedar itreeU; atr
vlrcp Sabbath at 3 and 7:3(1 p. m.
CT. JOSEPH'S --(Roman Catholic) Corner CroH
O and Walnut Ptreetp; acrvlre! Sabbath 10:0a.
n.; Sunday School at i! p. in.; Vcepcri 3 p. m.; icr
iccp every day at 8 p. m.
CT. PATIllCK-S -Honian Catholic) Corner Ninth
O !'n-et and WaPhington avenue; service! Sab
aalli 8 and 10 a m.; Veppera 3 p. m.; Sunday SchtKil
t p. m. aervlcep every day at 8 p. m. Kev. MiisU-rson
WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UN
IT ION, IioUIp ita regular weekly meeting! in
thu hall of the Cairo Temperance Keform Club, ev
ery Thurpday afternoon, at 3:30 o'clock, livery
body ia luviled to attend.
QEOHGE II. LEACH, M. I).,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of piirglcal dlieaec!, aud dlieasea of women
Oftlcu: No. ID Eighth ptreet, near Commercial
avenue, Cairo, Ilia.
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ornoi No. 13R Commercial Avenue, between
Kigliih and Ninth Street
)H. W. C. JOCELYN,
OKFICE-Elghtk Htroet, near Cominorclal Avenne.
a week In yonr own town, $s outfit free. No
riea. iteanur, iiyon want a bnatnaaal at
V h I r V, HMnn. nf allhp Uf mn m.i .
pay ail the time tlier work, writ for particular! 10
u, uAimaii vu.i roruaaa.
rjiHE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. II ALU DAT, Prcpldem.
II. L. HALM DAY, Vice-President.
TI10S. W. I1ALI.IDAY, Caahlor.
I. RTAATfl TATtIR, W. V. HAM.miT,
BRNHT L. IIAI.l.tllAV, n. II. CUNNINOHAI
. O. prtLUAMItoN, PTRrillN B1HO,
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND BOLD.
Dopoalti received and a general banking bnalneit
YOCUM fe BKODEKICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
OAIHO - - ILLS
(J W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
couatantly on nana
At Seventy-five cents iter load.
At one dollar per load.
The "tr'.mnilDg"re coarae phaving! and muke
the beat aummer wood for cooking purpopea ap well
a' the cheapept ever pold In Cai.'o. For black
mlth'a uae In petting tirea, they are unequalled.
Leave your order! at the Tenth atreet wood yard .
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Natural Fruit Flavors,
Prepared from the choicest
Fruits, without coloring, poison
ous oils, acids, or artificial
Essences. Alva its uniform in
ntroiiath, without anif adultera
tions or imnuritii'N. Have gained
their reputation from their per
fect purity, superior strength
and (iiatitg. Admitted by all
who have used them as the most
delicate grateful and natural
(iavor for cakes, puddings,
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St, Louis, Mo.,
Mkera of Lnpttlin Yeut Gorna,
Dp. PrWa Craam Baking Powder,
and Dr. PrloV. Patq, p.rfnmes.
We make no second grade goods.
NEW SERIES NO. 225
State ok Illinois, Alkxandkh Colnty.
The board of county commissioners of
Alexander county, met In regular session,
at the court house in the city of Cairo, on
Monday, tho 7th day ot March, A. I).,
Prcscnt-Thog. W. Halliday, chairmuu;
Samuel Iiriley, J. A. M. Oibbs, conimia
sioners, ami Samuel J. llumtn, clerk.
Tlie minutes of last regular meeting were
read and approved.
John M. Lansden pntsenUtl to the board
a statement of taxes tor the year 1874, due
from the New Orleans, St. Louis and Chi
cago ltlilroad Co., which tax, as per said
statement, including interest uinouuts to
thu sum i,l $y;)7.00, accompanying said
statement is the receipt of the sheriff for
f 500, of said amount, leaving a balance
still duo of $137, which said sheriff is hero
by instructed to collect, and a bill of Line-
gar and Lansdin for $100, balance due for
legal services in said suit allowed.
The following petitions praying for tho
locating and relocating certain roads in the
county, were presented to the board, each
ol said petitions being signed by the re
quisite numler of legal voters residing
within 5 miles of said proposed changes,
aud the board being advised that all the
other reqirements of law have been com
plied with, it is:
Ordered, that tho following named per
sons be appointed viewers to examine the
ground for said projwsed routes, and make
reports thereon at the next session of tho
For u road at Thebes, commencing
at the corner of block numbered six
thence running due south three hundred
lcet to Poplar street, thence running due
west three hundred and sixteen feet to
Fourth street, thence south-westerly about
five hundred feet to the county road, said
road to bo located without any cost to the
county for right of way. Viewers appoint
ed are S. Marchildon, Martin Drowu and
To re-locate a portion of the Dongola
and ThelHJS road in the Elco precinct, as
follows: Commencing at the crnuiiig of
tins Ciiln and Cape Girardeau road, near
the residence of A. J. Thompson, and lo
cate the same where it ia now used across
the land of said A. J. Thompson, and to
intersect the old road a little north of the
residence of George Thompson. Tho view
ers are J. E. McC'rite, J. B. Vick and W
And to re-locate a portion of the Thebes
and Wetaug road in the aforesaid Elco
precinct, and near the residence of Geo
W. Freeze, as follows : Commencing at the
north-east corner of section number 20,
township 14, range 1, west, running south
one quarter ot a mile, thence westerly about
four rods, thence southerly about twenty
rods to the Ullin and Thebes road, said
new road to be made a good and passable
one, and free from all expense to tho
The board appointed as viewers: Joseph
Frost, Moses Lentz and Leroy Thomas.
The following reports of inquests, holt
by Coroner R. Fitzgerald, were presented,
examined, approved and ordered of record,
Moses Justus, Dec. 10th, 1880; Robt.
Ilurtman, Dec. 18th, 1880; all tecs paid
out of the effects of deceased.
Unknown female infant, Jan. 6th, 1881;
Leonard A. Gruver, Feb. lQth, 1881.
The floor ot tho bridge across Cache riv
cr, nt Unity, was reported to the board us
being in an unsalo and dangerous condi
tion, whereupon Commissioner Briley was
authorized to have the same repaired, and
at the lowest expense to the county.
The petitions and 1 Kinds of Eliza Wil
bourn and Benjamin F. Curtis for permis
sion to keep a grocery at Hodges Park, in
the Unity precinct, wcro presented to the
board, nnd the board being tally advised
therein, on motion, the same wcro approv
cd, and the clerk is hereby authorized to
issue to said Eliiea Wilboum and Benjamin
F. Curtis the necossarj liconso, upon their
filing tho treasurer's receipt for- the
The hoard thereupon proceeded to the
examination of claims against the county,
pending which it adjourned until to-morrow
at 8:30 o'clock.
Tuesday Mounino, March 8, 1881.
The board met pursuant to adjourment.
All members present.
Tho bill ot T. F. HargiB, amounting to
$12.7i, forserviees as county constable, was
presented to the board, and on motion re
jected, there being no provisions in law
making tho county liable for tho samo, ,
Andrew Naw, of Road District No. 3;
John Reams, of No. 17, and A. J. Bunch,
of No. 19, who at tho last session of
tho board wcro appointed road
supervisors for said districts, having
given good nnd sufficient reasons for not bo
ablo to Bcrvo as such supervisors, they wcro,
on motion, excused, and the following per
sons appointed in thoir place, and tho clerk
is hereby instructed to notify them accord
William McIIenry, for district No. 3;
P. Callans, for district No. 17;
for district No. 19. '
The balance of tho day was occupied in
examining and allowing claims against the
And for all claims allowed at this ses
sion of the board, including per diem and
mileage of members and clerk, "excepting
those payable from tho road and bridge
fund, for which demand warrants shall be
drawn," tho clerk is hereby authorized and
directed to draw warrants on tho treasurer
of the county against, and in anticipation
of the collection of the taxes tor the year
Saiil warmnts are payable out of the
funds, especially appropriated, , and set
apart, as follows, to-w it:
OX ACCOUNT OK COUNTY COURT.
R. S. Yocum, 1 qr's salary as coun
ty jw,a $180 00
ON ACCOUNT OK DIETING I'HIHONKItS.
John Hodges, dieting prisoners 3 .
mos. to March 1 $001 CO
ON ACCOUNT or SITEltrNTKNDKNT OK SCHOOLS
Mrs. P.A.Taylor, 10 days services. $ 40 00
ON ACCOUNT OK FEK.s ANDSALAHY.
S. J. Huinm, services in pieparing
collector's books $8i 70
S. J. Hunim, 3 mouths official
,L'e8 02 00
h. J. Iluuim, 12 days clerk ot court
and board to d ate 30 00
Total $779 70
ON ACCOUNT OF CONTINGENCIES).
Telephone Company, rent for 1
year, less discount $ 45 (jq
Lincgar & Lansden, legal services
in injunction suit..' 100 00
Green & Gilbert, legal services in
mandamus suit 200 00
Cairo City Gas Co., 0 months gas to
March 1, and fixtures, etc., for
, "Z11" 4 85
S.J. Humm, freight, express chg's,
Ac, for 3 months. 12 CO
C. O. I'atier fc Co., nuise 1 55
C. W. Henderson, 4 coal hods 3 40
C. YV. Henderson, sundries for
clerk's office 3 05
Wm. Harrell, 6 mattresses for jail. 19 50
Wm. llarrell, 0 doz. chairs 88 50
Alex. II. Irvin, Ktindry expenses. . . 2 10
Alex. II. Irvin, fees, County vs. T.
15. Needles 2 CO
Jno. McNully, nulse 1 50
Dan'l Ilartmaii, mdsc 7 Q5
B. F. Parker, kulMotuiuijr clerk's
office 11 75
F. Vincent, 2 bbls lime 3 05
C. W. Wheeler, 0 loads kindling
w'd 8 Or)
tuns. llson, material and labor
in clerk's office 13 19
K. f itzgerald, coroner's fees, as per
reports 07 50
And to tho following named coro
ner'sjury the sum of $leach for
each inquest, viz: Jas. Sum
merwell, Jas. Kennedy, Wm.
N. Nowotney, Geo. Fox, Burt
Fox, P. Corcoran, Rich Walsh,
W. II. Rchutter, B. McManus,
Z. P. Holly, Jas. Qtiigley, Wm.
McIIale, D.J.Foley, M. Down
ing, F. Keohler, (.'has. Hewitt,
That Garner, 5 days, game U 00
W. N . L.gh tner, 2 days, same 4 00
H. G. Lee, 10 days, same 10 00
iio. iiooos, aayg, same, with
Aaron Hobbs, same . . . . . . . , "
Jas. (J. Lightner. iyt days, same.' .'
M. Williams. 0U d
Total C55 99
ON ACCOUNT OF STATIONARY, FUEL, ETC
E. E.Ellis, blanks for clerk's office. $ 5 00
Cairo Bulletin Co., 1 qrs proceed
ings, tsx receipts, &c 04 75
Cairo City Coal Co., 21 tons of coal 03 00
Culver, Page. Iloyno & Co., bal
ance on old bill 12 13
G. 1). Barnard & Co., books, blanks,
&c 324 20
Total 4cy 14
ON ACCOUNT OK CIltCUIT t'OUltT.
W. II. Schutter, 22 days bailiff at
tho adjourned Wept. term....$ 33 00
Trabc Alter, 17 days, same 25 HQ
Gay Morse, 10 days, samo 15 00
R. Fitzgerald, 12 days, same, Feb.
t,'"u 18 00
P. Mocklcr, 13 days, same 19 50
Thos. F. Ilargis", C. C, 0 days,
s'""c 15 00
M. Fara baker, 0 days, same 9 00
II. Downing, 12 days, same IS nn
Jno. U. Bowles, 3 days, Bame 4 50
" wortinnglon, 1 day, same 1 50
A. Ruwlings, 12 days, janitor, same 9 00
Guy Morse, 12 days, same 18 00
Frank Metcalf, 6 days, same 9 00
J . YV". Merry man, (1 days, same 9 00
Jno. Olndnoy, 0 days, same 9 00
Jas. Summerwell, 14 days, same. . . 21 00
Geo. Wilson, in full of bill for
192.05, for hoard ot jury in
tho Whitcanip trial, tho sum
f 141 C2
Totttl $547 91
ON ACCOUNT OF PAUPERS,
Mary Byrnes, maintaining Harriett
Cunningham 3 mos. to March
1. 1881 19 50
John HodgcB, conveying patient to
insano asylum 0 00
St. Mary's Infirmary, maintaining
and burying paupers 23 50
Cairo City Property Co., 1 qr'a lease
of lot to April 1,1881 5 00
Dr. W ni. Wood, salary and expenses
3 mos. to March 1, 1881 250 00
Wm. H. Porterfield, maintaining
Nancy and Annie Clutts 3 mos.
to March 1 24 00
Young Garner, maintaining Reed . . 1 50
C. O. Paticr fc Co., mdse. per order
of Dr. Wood 30 00
C. A. Marchildon, mdse, Ar pau
pers 2J 20
C. A. Marchildon, 1 qr's salary,
overseer of poor 10 00
K. Culley & Co., nidso. for Mrs.
Clutts and daughter 0 00
Thos. A. Brown, improvement at
poor farm 49 80
Monroe Whitaker, keeping Hiram
Binpnn 3 mos. to March 1 . . . . 18 00
II. C. Barkhaiisen, 1 qr's salary as
county physician at poor farm, 50 00
Uriah McCallum, maintaining pau
pers at poor larm 3 mos. to
March 1 104 G3
Uriah McCallum, balance due from
last quarter 13 10
Uriah McCallum, coffin, burying
pauper, etc 7 00
So. Ills. Insano Asylum, cost of
patients 3 mos. to March 1 . . . 42 35
Total . . .
ON ACCOUNT OF TEB DIEM.
Thos. H. Halliday, 2 days com.... $ 6 00
bam I IJriley, 2 days com. and mil-
cage fl 50
J. A. M. Gibbs, 2 days com. and
mileage 8 60
Total 23 10
YVhereupon, on motion the .bowrd A
journud, nine dio.
Sam'l J. Humm, Clerk.
of total amouuts allowed out of each fund
at this session of the board.
Amount out of county court fund. $ 180 00
" " dieting prisoners.. 001 00
" " supt. of schools... 40 00
" " fees and salary 779 76
" " contingent 655 9!'
" " stationary, &c 409.' 14
" " circuit court 375 63
1 road and bridge. . . 547 91
pauper C91 58
per diem 23 10
Total 4 364 76
LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING UNCAU.EO
FOU IN THE T08TOFFICE AT CAIRO, ILL.,
FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1881.
Cole, Dellc E.
Moore, C, P. ('.')
Mooro, Moll'e E.
Cooper, 8arah P.
Lynde, Karah M.
McClorlaon, Mary E.
W ooda, Emma
Andcnon & Son, J,G. Arrlion. Johnnie
Total 375 02
ON ACCOUNT OF ROADS AND BltlDliES.
C. A. Marchildon, materials for
roads o oo
A. M. Oibbs, 2 days services. ... 0 00
G. R. Herriek, 1 day engineering. . 4 00
Same, 3 days, same 12 00
Samuel Briley, I) days services. ... 27 00
Scui brough and Povey. Auilding
bridge across Clearijlk, per
contract r! 125 00
Samo, repairing bridge at Bankorts,
per contract 33 00
T. B. Scarbrough, repairing bridgo
material &c, at Hecks 40 00
C.R.Woodward, 1 dozen shovels. 11 75
W. J. McCritn, labor on bridgo at
Sandy Creek 15 00
J. A. Perry, extra labor at Bankerts
bridge R on
Durham & Cauble, 3,743 foot of
lumber 52 lift
oamo, i,U4U samo and delivering
Thos. DougWsB, ditchinir. levvinir.
Ac, near stone bridge 58 00
name, maicing till at Beaver dam. .
Win. Bowles, 9 dsys hauling
O. P. Garner, 13tf days, same
Louis Pottit, 5 days, same, with
dak, John M.
Korahery, A. G,
(loyer, Will II.
Graham, J. N.
Gordon, G. W.
Krydor, C. F.
Mam, M. K,
Martin, I.. C.
Motou, J 00
Mangrnin, O. W.
Norton, J, I.
Street, Loula J.
Walker. Ja.. A,
Watklna, J. F,
Bodge, Jaa. it.
Burton, Frank C. V.
Carter, J, D.
Olllam, W. II.
(ilph. J. II.
Oarnor, OreeB P.
Home!, John W.
Hunter, J. W.
Lytic, K. K.
Morgan, M. P,
McLean. Archie H.
O'Brien, 11 ugh
Panlf, George L.
Retchey, W. P.
Reed, Henry O.
Bhevkwd. J. X
Walk, Frank C.
Wluaon, J. W.
Ware, Kidney K.
Pereoni calllug tor the above menttoaed wft
(ileaae lay advurtlaed. GEO. W. MeKCAlQ,
Bs wise; simply call on your druggist
for "Dr. Seller's Cough Syrup," when you
have a cold or cough. 83 cents a bottle.