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The lenrilnp NHnnriaitei n ..... ...
.... v, kv mibi briuu iiini, munv
disease are caused by dli-derd Kidneys or l.iv.
or. II, therefore, th Kidneys and Liver are kept in
perfect order, perfect hualih will bu the result.
I tilt triltll La OUlV heen linnn aVinrl lima .i.l
for years people ilfered great agony without be
lng able to find relief. The discovery of Werner'e
Mafu lildney and Liver Cure iiiarki anew era lu
tb treatment of these trouhlca. Made from a
Imple tropical leaf ol rare value, ft contain Just
v u.,i.i.rj m uuunin anu invigorate
both or these (treat orgm. and safely rtor and
keep tiieiQ In order ft I a POSITIVE KKMKDY
meae uul cans pain In th lower
oart of Hid body-tor Torpid Llvf r-lluadarhea-Jaundice
nai revcr, and all dlfflcultie of the Kidney, Liver
tnd Irluary Organ.
It la an excellent and safe remedy for female dur
D Pregnancy. It will control Menstruation and
Invaluable fur Ijl mrrhi. n rulltnn ..f IU
Aa a Blood i'urlnVr it la unequaled, for It cure
he organ that make the blood.
"It saved my Ufe."-K. B. I.akely, Helma, Ala.
"It t th remedy that will cure the many dli-
necullar to w men." Mother' Magazine.
"It ban panned aevere test and won endorse
nenta from noma of the highest medical talent n
h country "-New York World.
"No remedy heretofore discovered can be held
or one moment In comparison with It " Kev. C,
Harvey, U D., Washington, Ij. C.
Thla Kemudv, which ha done auch wonder, la
'Utup In the LA KG K ST BIZKD BOTTLES of any
nedlclneopon the market, and la sold by druyglals
Dd all dealer at 11X5 per bottle. For Dlaltes,
nqulr for W'AKNBK'o SAKE DIABETES CUKK
U. II. WARN KB I CO., Rochester, N, V.
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAMi
OF LYNN, MASS.
I vnn r nimtfuiaain
TV PoltlT dire
For all Female Complaints.
TW prpartl. aa lu bam itirniflaa, eoniljM of
Tid lrofrUM that an himlM to th mod 41
leaulsraUl I'poa on trial tb merit of thla Com
pound will l rcajrtUMl, m rUf ta Immediate ( and
(ban lu ear la continued, la ninety ala eaar la a baa.
drad, aprrniaorntinliHT(rtduUouaaail will tes
tify. On aoraont of lu prnveo merit. It la today v
aonunintit and pnarribtHl by th beat phyatciau La
It will rur entirely th wnrat form of falling
of to nterua, UaeorrboM, Ims-uUr and painful
KMutraaUon, all Ovarian Trouble, Inflammation and
CVnttot, fVxxllniri, all DUpUcomnU and th eoo
equant aplnal wtakiM, and la aapwlally ailapMd to
th Chaac of 111. It will dlaaolv and eiprl tumor
tram lb atmt In an narly U of dmlnptnrnt. Tb
andenry to UKroua h amort thrr la checked vary
apwdlly by tta oar.
la fart It haa pmvd to b tb fraafr
at and boat iwmMy that haa aver bta dlacovar
d. It ponneate every portion of thyitem, and five
life and rigor. HmnovrafalDtnM.riatulenry.d'
traya all eravtii for atlmulanu, and reUevaa wanii
l th (tomach
It eurr Bio tins, iliadarlwa, iterroo Proatntlon,
Oatural Debility. Blorpkaanna, rprakB and Wdl
twtlon. Tht foellre of bearing down, rauatnf pain,
wiht and backache, I alway permaMdlly cured by
Itaua. HwUI at all OtiK and under all clrcuuiatan
Ma, art In harmony with tb law that (own tb
I Kor kMdney Complaint of either mi thla eomD
Lydia C. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
la prepared at tU and I3S neaurn Avenue. Lynn, Maaa.
frlel.OO. Sla bottle for S.uO. Rent by mail la th
form of pllU, aim In th form of Lcaengea, on rwlit
of prlea, 1 00, per hoi, for either, lira. rUURAM
freely anawer all letteia of Inquiry. 8end for pam
'pbloC AdUremaaahuv Mrnttm this paptr.
Mo family nbouldh without LTPIA E. PINK RAM'
LiTCR nUA Thay ctire Conrtljiatlon, CUlouanaaa
aAdTorptdltr of tb Liver, is cnu per box.
KOIl KALE BY DRUOQI3TS.
RICIIAUDSON & CO., St. Louie, Mo.
boleaale n-al for LYDIA E. riNKLIAM'8
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICIKK.
KADI MARK. The Orcat Eng-
linn reijiiTuy, nu
unlallliiK cure for
potoncr and all
a a unnuenco
of ii'lf-nlm.c: 'Af
i iiien in ii'iiiiit
:'fbN Takkgnnve;allKaalt..d..AAer y-
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tar-Kull particular In our pamphlet, which wo
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Last Hours of John Qaincj Adams.
I havo never witnessed so impressive
a soone as that in the old hall of the
House of Representatives on the 21st
of February, 1818, when Mr. Adams
was stricken down by death at his scat.
He had partially risen as if to speak,
then granped his desk with a convulsivo
motion, and would have fallen had not
his neighbor, David Fisher, of Ohio,
caught him in his arms. The represen
tatives and those of u. correspondents
who had scats on the floor hastened to
the spot, and there werecriesof "Stand
hack!" "('five him air!" "Carry him to
the wind jw!" Nearly all seemed panic
Ktruck and confused, but Mr. Speaker
Winilnop maintained his self-possession
ai'-'i adjourned the house.
Ready hands brought a settee, on
which Mr. Adams was carried into the
rotunda. The fresh air did not, how
ever, revive him, und by invitation of
Mr. Winthrop he was taken into the
speaker's room, where a bed was soon
made on a large, old-fashioned sofa.
Five physicians, who were members of
H e houso, held a hurried consultation,
and by their direction mustard poul
tices were applied to his feet, produc
ing, however, but little effect Mean
while, Mrs. Adams, with some female
friends and the family physician, had
arrived. Cupping was then resorted
to, and about an hour after he had fall
en the dying patriot opened his eyes,
and said to Dr. Peyton: "This is the
last of oarth, but I am composed."
These wcro the last words spoken by
John Qtiincy Adams. The remainder
of that day and through the two follow
ing days did he linger on the verge of
Hit hlalory rblnir m life wldom end
tin hn'l outliviM all foci, till the world were bil
Statesmen of all parties, including
Henry Clay, called upon him, but he
km w them not, as he lay willi closed
eyes, apparently inanimate He ling
ered until the afternoon of the 23d of
February. His spirit quietly took its
flight, ami Burlingame, Healey, Pal
frey, and others who stood at his bed
Kile, might have exclaimed, in the
language of Beaumont:
Kvcn death einlinwea thee! The peace of
The fellownhlpof all (treat souls, go with thoe.
A few days later the remains of Mr.
Adams were escorted to their last resting-place
at Quincy by a large congress
ional committee, who were hospitably
entertained at Boston after the funeral.
The old speaker's room in which ho
died is now tho room of the house oom
milteo on banking currency, and when
Mr. Sam Hooper was chairman of that
committee he had a bust of Mr. Adams
placed there, with a slab beneath bear
ing an appropriate! commemorative in
scription written by Charles Sumnor.
Ren. Verity Ponre.
. m m.
The Fashionable Fan.
Fan deviltry is the fashionable folly
of the moment at this resort of wealth
and affectation. Perhaps in some Tari
ty show you may have seen the use
made by a seri-comic singer. If so,
you remember how she opens it with
studiedly graceful flourish; how she
poses with it spread behind her head
tit her waist; how she waves it seduct
iToly over her bosom; how she taps her
shoulder and arms with It closed, and
how she in other artful ways makes it
wlaluablo means of conuetry. Well,
the Saratoga bolle does all those tricks
a.rt many others. She shades her face
when tho light is bright with a fan of
tt( tly the color to improve hor com
plexion. She plays mild bo peep with
hor flirts from bohind her fan. She
strikes feathery blows at the horrid
men. She uses it as a weapon of con
quest in more ways than could be des
cribed in a column. The fans la use
are varied and beautiful. One of the
novelties is a circular floral fan, made
of not and wire and renovated every
time it is used. A bonier of mountain
fern is placed around the edge, and in
the eerier is set a bouquot of real flow
ers corresponding with the florid gar
niluro of the costume. Such fans are
for full dress occasions. Another elab
orate fan is an applique work in silk
upon a satin or crape baokground,
either black or white, Elegant fans
are made of white or tinted ostrich
feathers, powdorod with gold and
mounted with pearl, amber, tortoise
shell or gold. I saw a fan of that sort
which cost, with diamond settings, over
91,000. Very large fuus are covered
with peaoock foathers, are circular in
shape, and the handles are often rich
in ornamentation. Lace fans are no
longer mounted on silk or satin back
grounds, but on white China crape,
showing ofl to better advantage the
delicate tracory of the patterns. Su
perb hand-painted fans continually
grow more beautiful and artistic
Saratoga Letter to Cincinnati iJn
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MORNING,
Why TJaols Pleasant Married,
Undo Pleasant Datkins is 60 and his
wife 72. The other day friend said:
"Undo Pleasant, why in the mischief
did you marry a woman om enough to
be your mother?" "You see, boy?' he
replied with a sigh, "I was wurkin' for
Long John Heemon, In Hanover, when
I was jest 18, and Sara Ann Russ, old
Mrs. Russ only daughter, was 30 if she
wur a day. At every quiltin' she used
to cbuso me for a parlnor, and every
body said it 'peared like she wur a
courtin' mo. She gimme four pair cot
ton socks and a heap of things, but still
I didn't have no notion of her. Well,
one Christmas evo I went to the old
woman's and had hardly sot down ho
foro Sara Ann brought me some sweet
potato pie, which alio knowed I was
monstrous fond of. While I was eatin'
it I heard the old woman up-stairs
a-countin' silver dollars. Now, thar
was no plaster to the ceilin', and the
up-stairs floo' had cracks in it as wide
as my finger. So, you soo, I could
hear-the jingle of tho money jest as
well as if 1 had been un thar myself.
When she had counted 906, I drawed
up to Sara Ann and popped the quos
tion. In oourse she said she'd Lave
me, and the next Thursday we was
married. Now, what do you think I
found out the next day? Why, that tho
old woman didn't have but thirty Mex
ican dollars, and that she counted tbera
over and over jest to fool me. Don't
marry for money, boy, 'specially for
silver dollars." Itichmond Exprtn.
Five mon from Bedford went fishing
at St Arm and, Canada, just across the
Vermont line, recently. William Orris
and Frank Marcel 1 went out in a boat,
while the rest stayed on shore, and af
ter a while the boat drifted back with
Marcell alone. He first said Orris had
gone home, but afterward remarked:
"I've got a log or a dead man on ray
Una." It was pulled in, and Orris was
found tied to it, dead. His skull was
crushed, his face cut, and bis beard
pulled out Marcell is held for mur
der. Both were crazy drunk, and Mar
cell is supposed to have killed bim with
Fresh Air in the Bedroom
How much air can bo safely admitted
into a sleeping or living room is a com
mon question. Rather it should be con
sidered how rapidly, without injury or
risk, and how low a temperature. We
cannot have too much fresh air, so long
as we are warm enough, and are not
exposed to draughts. What is a
draught? It is a swift current of air, at
a temperature lower than the body;
which robs either the whole body, or an
exposed part, of its beat, so rapidly as
to disturb the equilibrium of our circu
lation and give us a cold. Young
and healthy persons can habituate
themselves to sleeping in even a cold
draught, as from an open window, If
they cover themselves in cold weather,
with an abundance of bed-clothes. But
those who have long been accustomed
to being sheltered from the outer air by
sleeping in warm and nearly or shut up
rooms, are too susceptible to cold to bear
a direct draught of cold air. Persons
over 70 years of age, moreover, with
lower vitality than in their youth, will
not bear a low temperature, even in the
air f.hey breathe. Lika hot-house
plants, tbey may be killed by a winter
night's chill, and must be protected by
warmth at all times. As a rule we may
say that except for the most robust,
the air which enters at night into a
slerpiog chamber should, in cold
weather, be admitted gradtially(only by
cracks or moderate openings, or should
have its force broken by some obstacle,
as a curtain, etc., to avert its blowing
immediately upon a sleeper in his bed.
The ancieut fashion, however, of
having bed curtains which exclude al
most all the air, has rightly almost bo
come obsolete. No wonder the peoplo
dream horrid dreams, and wake in the
morning wearied rather than refreshed,
when they sleep in rooms sealed up
tightly on every side, breathing over
and over again their own breaths,
which grow more poisonous evory hour
of the night Iknlth Primer.
How Milk is Condensed.
Though living in a town where more
than one-fourth of the condensed milk
used throughout the world is made,
very few people here understand any
thing of the principle upon which milk
is condensed. The Scientijlr, American
of a recent date gives the following
about the process: "When the milk in
brought into the factory it is carefully
strained, placed in cans or pails, which
are put into a tank of water kept hot
by steam coils. When hot it is trans
ferred to larger steam-heated open ves
sels and quickly brought to a boil. This
preliminary heating and boiling has for
its object the expulsion of the gasos of
the milk, which would cause it to foam
in the vacuum-pan, and also to add to
the keeping quality of the milk by de
stroying the mold germs. A second
straining follows, after which the milk
is transferred to a vacuum pan, where
at a temperature below 160 degrees
Fahrenheit, it boils and is rapidly con
centrated to any degree desired. The
vacuum-pan employed is a close vossol
of copper, egg-shaped, about six feet
high and four and one-half feet in di
ameter. It is heated by steam coils
within, and by a steam jackot without
enclosing the lower portion. In one
side of the dome is a small window,
through which gas illuminates the in
terior, while on the opposite side is an
eye-glass, through which the condition
of the contents may be observed. The
pan is also provided with a vacuum
guage and test sticks. Much of tho
milk used in cities is simply concen
trated without any 'addition of sugar.
Tho process of concentration is contin
ued in the vacuum-pan until one gal
lon of milk has been reduced to a littlo
less than a quart one volume of con
densed milk corresponding to about
four and three-tenths volumes of milk.
Condensed milk intended to be pro
served for any length of time has an
addition of pure cane-sugar made to it
during the bol?lng, and is usually put
up in sealed cans. This sugared or
preserved milk, when properly pre
pared, will keep many years."-Jfw'
Paterson, N. J., is a circus iftllcted
city. It is estimated that in the stop
page of mills and loss of time whenev
er one of these tented excrosoencos
put in an appearance the manufactur
ing interest suffers to the extent of at
irliirfiutlm ani ami i :tt , ,
"' iMiniiiiunu will yium
n uoiu iviuiiey aua iiiver
Ohav Haihs akk Honokablk but thoir
premature appearance is annoying. Park
er's Hair Balsam is popular for cleanliness
and promptly restoring tho youthlul color.
.foRh HillinC HI1VU' tl'Pl.o-. ni in
ry. . uviu HIU b 1111 j'l Hi
natral histry that hnz been et more, and
thot more oft than apple pi, and no medicin
kan cur indigoAtun and biliousness hat so
wei as spring moHsom." Prino !30 cents,
trial bottles 10 cents. Paul O. Bchuh, Agent.
It is simply marvelous how quickly con
stipation, biliousness, sick headache, fever
and ague, and malaria, are cured by "Sel
lers' Liver Pill."
My patent adjustable HARROW is be
lieved to lie the best, as Well as the rhean-
est harrow that has ever been offered to the
tanner. I gel a tlrst class standard two-
horse harrow that will ensilv harrow 9n
acres in a day, for ten dollars, all complete.
They can be ordered by letter and shipped
according to directions warranted to rrivw
satisfaction. Or, if a farmer wishes to
make it at home and save freight, and give
is just the size and weight ho wants, I will
tell the plan with instructions and ritdit
to make one, kid JHind it by mail tor ono
aouar. xt village mechanics wih to make
it to supnlv their customers. I will
them very favorable terms, and they will
have in addition the advantage pained hv
saving freight. It is very simple and easy
to make. Send for circular and price
list 8. Hutchinson, Griggsville, Pike Co.,
Illinois. Sold by John McA'ulty, Cairo,
Many clergymen who were obliged to
withdraw from the pulpit on account of
"Clergymen's Sore Throat," have recovered
by using Fellows' Compound Syrup of Hy
jK.phos)hitcs and are preaching again.
Go to Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
luramlity of color are unequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
Mr. J. Q. KobertKon, PitUlmre. Ta.. wrltia: "I
wa anfrerinK from general debility, want of ap
petite, constipation. tc, o that life a burden;
after aHliiR Burdock Wood Blltera i felt better than
for years. 1 can not pralfe jonr bitter too much.
n. Gibba. of Buffalo. N. Y.. writ,: "Your Ilur-
dock Blond Bluer, in chronic diicaoer of the blood
liver and ktrinev. have been tonally marked with
aniv-Min I havn uaod thnm myneir with thtt heat
rcault fur torpidity of the liver, and In tho coe ol
a friend of mine mlTering from drop'y, Ibe efl'uct
Bruce Turner. Rorhealer, N. Y., write: "I
bare been a ubject to erloun illaorder of the kid
ney and unable lo attend to huainnra; Ilurdock
Blood Hitter relieved me before half a bottle wai
uaed. I feel confldcut that they will entirely cure
K. Aaenlth Hall. Binchamton, N. V. wrltoa: "I
anflered with a dull pain throuzh my left luui; and
rlioulder I"t my apirlta. appetite and color, and
rrtnld with difficulty keep up all day . Took your
Burdock Blood Bitter a directed and have felt no
pain since drat cc k after using thcra.
Mr. Noah Bate, Elmlra.N . Y.. write. "About
four year ao I bid an attackof bilnu fever, and
never fully recovered. .Mv dluenive orpin were
weakened, and F would be completely prostrated
for dava After using two boMloa of your Burdock
Blood Bitter the imirovm nt waa s-i visible that
I was astonished. lean now, though Hixty-one
vear of age, do a fair and reasonable dav'i work."
C. Blacklt Koblnson, proprietor of the Canada
Presbvtonan, Toronto, Oni., writes: "For vear I
nifferd ereatlv from oft recurring headaches. I
used vour Burdock Blood Hitters with happiest re
suits, and I now find myHf in better health tUu
for tear past.
Mr. Wallace. Buffalo, N, Y., write: "I have
used Burdock Blood Bitters for nervon and liiloua
headache, and can reroir.mend them for anymio
reiiulnug a euro for biliousness."
Mr. Ir Mnlholland. Albany, N.Y , write: For
everal vcara I have mitfcred from oft recurring bil
lon headaches, dyspepsia nud complaint pe
culiar to mv ez. Since using your Burdock
Blood Bitters I am entirely relieved.
PHtri,tl I'Kit butti.k: HAun.s mzi 10 ITS.
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Jun 18, 1176.
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Suffering from Nrrvou Weaktir,, Jenernl
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ae resulting from ABnasa and oi naa oaii, or to
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SPKC1AL ASKEHSM ENT NmcK.r-8PKCIAL
WARKANT NO. 1.
i'ubllc notice Is hcruhy tfven that the connty
court nf Alttxandi'rcoiinty has rcndureil Judgment
fur a special asHesanivnt upon property buneflltvd
by tliu following Improvement, vtr, : Ihe construc
tion andreconKtriictlon of sidewalks In blocksnum
her 1, 'i. 8, 4, 5. , 111. 11, l, 17, '.T. SM, ill, ;1U, 38.
40, 41, 4'2. 43,41, 411. ?, 4S, 4!l, 60, 51, ti, M,
liH, Kit, TO, 75 city of Cairo.
HI nr Is A 1 K 17 1iJ Ol ! K ikt un tut nn w.n
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51, 7.MW, HI. In tho First addltmn to the city of
Cairo, and Mock I In thr second addition tothe city
of C'niro, as will more fully appear Irom the certified
copy of tho Judgment on file In tho office of tho
ell V clerk of the cltv of Cairo that a warmnt rr thn
collection of snch assessment la In the hands of
ine nnnersicnmi. All persons Interested aro here
by not Jled U call and pay the amounts assessed, at
me nniiucinr s oiuco at tne Alexander county liauk
within thtrty dnys of the date hersof.
. TIKlMAHJ. K'KHTII.
City Treasurer and E.x-ol)lclo City Collector.
Rated, this 'JMIi dny of August, 1HH1.
i'ulillc nollco I hereby Riven thai. ' on the iWth
day ol Hnptumber, A, D. Ml, at (SprhiKtluld, 111.,
an application will be made to the Honorable, Hhel
by M Cnllom, a governor ofthe stnla of Illinois
to have the sentenco of Jemes K. McLonyhr)', who
Ht the July term, A. 1). 1H7II, of tho Aloxander coun
ty circuit court was sentenced to the penitentiary
at Jollet, III., for the term of twelve years, fortho
oll'unseof burglary, coinniiiled. When and wheru
any person opposed to snld commntatton can ap
pear and resist said application If bo seas lit so to
Bated thla th day of August, A. n. ihhi.
JAMSS K, Mcf.OUOHRY,
Ily AMiUS l.KKK.
Bknj.F. Ohafton, Stout B.Ladd
llAMIKUT . TAINK.
Lalo Commlflviouor or ratontfl,
TAINE, GRAFTON k LADD,
Attornoyi at Law and Solicitor of American end
411 FIFTH STREET, WASHINGTON, D.O.
Practlc patent law In all He branches In the
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EXFOSITIOBr, COLGATE & C0..N.7,
OFENlfiD JUKE FIRST.
H Ii situated liPopi Count j.llllDoli. In a spar
of the Ozark Mdnukis, half war ktwen Vienna
Surroumings are Beliglitful
AIR COOL AND BRACING,
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with all the delicacins of the season. Tbi
waiurip aro miuerai, aipuusiiir. aua oeajtn KITnz
and their beneflctal effects are felt Immediately.
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I'ubllc notice I hereby given that in pursuance
df an order and decree made and entered by andln
the county court of Alexander county, statu of Il
linois, at the August term therrof, 1881. In a cerUln
cause wherein tho undersigned aa niiminl.ti-.
of the estate of William O Callahan, deceased, ind
aiiiiiinisiraiar who me win annexed or Richard
O'Callahan, deceased, was petitioner and Tbonaa
O Callahan, Adeline Kenniiton and Alfred Mttb
ew were defendants, the undersigned will, on
Wednesday, the alst day of September, A. D 1681,
at the hour of two o'clock p. m., at the front coor
of the court house In Cairo, in said coauty. tffer
forsalotothe highest bidder for cash In band, lot
number four (4) in block number forty (40) In tald
city of Cairo, and lot number seven (T) In bock
number nineteen (111), and lot nnmber forty-'.wo
(42) in block nnmber twenty ()), both In the first
addition to said city of Cairo
, . . PATRICK MOCKLER,
Cairo, 111., Angnst 23, 1n8l. Administrator, etr.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INST
WIDOWS' & 0EPIIANS'
Mutual Aid Society
Organlied July 14th, 1877, Under the U o
the State of Uliuol. CojUTjfiiwd July
9, 1877, t'nder ActorCvDg-reti.
r. O. HCHCn -.President
C. T. KUOl) ......Vic President
J. A. UOLDSTINK Treaanrer
.1.1 (to It DON Medical Adviser
TnOMAH LBWI8 SecreUry
JOHN 0. WlllTB Asslitant Secretary
n. LBIOIITON, L. h. THOMAS,
J.C.WU1TB, W. F. PITCUKR,
d . 9. nCUAUKX.
HOARD OF MANAGERS:
William Btratton. of Stratton 4 Bird, wlolesalo
grocers; Paul O. Mchuh, wholesale and retail drug-
tst: tiar.en LiOtgnton, commission mercnant; jas.
I, McOahey. lunilior dealer: 1. J. Uordon. nhva-
Iclan : J. A. Uolilstlne, of Goldttln & Koseawater,
wholesale and retail dry goods, etc; Wm.F. Pitch
er, general agent; Henry U. Kills, city printer and
book bludar; Cheiley Itaynea, Cooper; Jno. C
wnito, assiftani secretary ana solicitor: Albert
Lewis, dealer In flour and grain ; V. Bros, presi
dent Alexander Connty Bank; G. W. Hondrlcki,
contractor and builder; Cvrui Close, general
agent; Thomas Lewie, secretary end attorney at
law; Ij.8, Thomas, broom manufacturer; W. F.
Kussel, contractor and builder; C. T, Rndd
agent O. Bt. L. AN. O. rallaoad;Moae Phillip, car
penter; II. A. Chumbley, contractor, Cairo, Ills.
lUiv. ,1. Spencer, clcrgvman.Ht Lent, Mo.; J. H.
Bulhiine, circuit clerk, Mississippi county, Cbarlee
ton, Mo.; J. U. Moore , lawver, Uommerse. Mo.;
i). Hiugivtarv, pbveician, Ariinrton, ny-i v.
Tarry, phvelclan, Fulton, K. Wm. Ryan, farmer,
Murrv, Kv.;A. Btelnbacb, manufacturer of ead
dlor, Evanavlllo, Ind ; Ike Andereon, eecretanr
to auperlntondent C.8t. L. AN O. ral read. Jack
on,Tenn.;J. 8. Robertson, phvslolan, Whlte
ylUn.Tonn. t Tnmaa A, Oshorn, ham maker,
I Bolivar, Tenn. : Wm. L. Walker, HOUle Adver
tiling Aifencv,'1 Hollv Sprlegs, Mist.