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If you euffct from dya t jiult, use
IIL'RDOCK 1)1,001) lilTTKKS.
f yon an; aflllctoci with biliousness, use
Jtn:i)o..K ui.ooi) iiirntKH,
If you are prostrated with sick headache, take
licKDOCK HLOOl) IIITTKH8.
If your bowels aio disordered regulate thorn wth
Ill KDOCK IlLooi) lilTTKIO.
If your blosd Is Imtiure, purify It with
UL'JtDOCK I1L00D HITTKKS
If you have Indlgtstlon, yon will find au antidote in
wrnnoCK blood liirrpts.
If yon are troubled with spring complaints, efudl
tcate (hum with IIUKDOCK UI.OOI) HITTBItS.
If your liver li torpid restore It to benlthy notion
with UUkDOt'K. BLOOD HITIKKH,
If your llvur la affected yon will find a shure restor
ative In M'UDOCK HLOO') EITTEIIH.
If you have ajiy rpucU'fi of hmiiiir or pimple, f ill
not to take BURDOCK BLOOD B1TTK US.
If you have any alrnptorna of ulcer or tcroruloiia
porta, a curative remedy will he found la
DCKDOCK UI.OOI) IIITTEHS.
For Imparting strength and vitality to the system,
nothing can ui'ial Dl'KUOCK IH.OOI) UlTTKHS.
For Ncxvoua and General Debility, tono up! the
system with Blni)0(K DLOOI) MTTKIIS
Bhh 1 1'BH Birm.e; Thial Ikmi.KT, 1'Mth,
FOSTEk, MIL BURN & CO.. 1'rop'iN,
BUFFALO, S. Y.
For sale by PAUL 0. hCuTU. (1 )
MRS. LYSIA E. PINKHAM!
OF LYNN. MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
The PiIHv Onre
For all Female Complaints.
This prtrdo, as Ita Bam altrninca, eotulsta of
VwaW PrvpM-tlr that a harml-ai la Um most dl
tnU Invalid. tn on trUI tk inertta of thia Com
pound will b rrcuraixnX, u relief la Immediate t aad
wh.o tta omU eontlnm-d, In niaynlne oases to a hno.
drd,spmuunt8urUr(fiyi!luUi(Muuiila will U--tltj.
Oa account of tu trorr a mtriu, It it to-day r
eomnuDM awl preacrllAJ by the bmt physicians la
II will mr ntlrfly the ort tnrm of faUlBft
of the uterus, Ii'urorrha, Irrvgular and painful
ManftruaUuo,allOrarUnTruiiljl, liilUnuuitun al
ClcaraUuc, DoulliiN all in!laiiieiita anJ th con
xjoant iplnal u&kuuai.aiul la wKUlly alitl to
th Cbasga of UK It vlU dlxwln and nrxl tumor
frm h uUtoiId an frly rtnttt of di'Vi lnnrient. 1t
tandency to cam rum huniori tbar U chocked, rj
apwdlly by It tur.
la fact It hAa prorM in N tba (rrfat
at and bert romwly that baa arr bn-n dlcoor
d. ItpnoatiYM7rrtt.nof Uiytm,andirlrf
Dw Uftaod Tlor. It rrraoTM falniK,ftatulnPT, (J
KroyaallrraTlDg f or aUmulanU, aad rellerea wakiM
( tba atomacb
K oar Bloattn. ntachca, Xrrrnna Trwitratlon,
Oanaral Debility, IUplanna, lpnMloo and Indl
nation. Tbat frrllng of bearing down, rauslnc pain,
Ujhtand barkafbAlaljrt-ntiain-ntly cumlby
Ita tu. It wlllat all Um.-o, and undrrall clrt-uinnton
eta, act In bannoay with tba law that fonrna tba
ForlfJilneTroniilalnt,f rlilirr ii tliU o,miNnd
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Uliivpaml atSUand SW Wwtcrn Avi-nu".' I.ynn, Jtawi.
Price l.00. Sit bittlr,rf..na. Kwii !,r mail In tho
form of pill. aloln llw form of f'B utf1, on rncolpt
of prion, 11.00, lr tut, tor either. Mra J'INiJIAM
fraely anawtra all li'ttem of Inquiry. Bond for piO'
phlot. Addm u alKiro . Minium lu ;ur.
No famUrliuiildbwitli,mt l.YUIA K I'lNKBAM'
LiVR TILLS. Th.-y rare Conitlitii.,n, CUIouhiivm
and Torpidity ofttio Liver, in c,nt wr box.
. FOIt SALE IIY Dltl.lKilSTS. j
RICILVHD30N & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholcaalo napnla for LYDIA E. I'INKUAM'H
GRAY'S SPKCIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MARK. Tito (ireat Kng-
iipii re mou v, au
untniliuK cure for
potency nnd all
as a aequunce
01 acil-HiHiHe; hpa'
itinn of meltinre.' :
jjoiore -iZX't Xftking.
dlmnufa of vlKlon, preninttiro oltl a, and ninny
Other dlaHHea that luad to lunaultv, coiiHiiluptlon
or a prem at urn crave.
Mr-Knll mirtlciiliirs In our pamnhlut. which wo
deaiao to aend freebv mall to cvervouo. ivrTho
BpcclllcMedirlno la sold bv nil druititlMtn at gl cr
pacRaiie, or six packneei for or will be acnt free
bv mall on reco i 01 um nimu;, ,,t MuureFKinu,
'THE OHAY MEDIC1NK CO.,
llurpALOi N . Y.
Sold In Cairo bv ThiiI . Schiili.
INSTANT PATN IIELTKF
ta a wnnnrrill Klld 1 m 111 0(1 1 lltO CIUO for ttU Ul'l
prCheumntism, NourttlKla, lleadoche. Ear
ch, Cuts, Bruises, Sprains, etc.
Bold at all lruw;lBt.
Wholesal depot lohn St. N. Y.
Bend for circular
jj woodward Ave,
THE DAITiY BULLETIN.
ivNir MimNixD rnoH oava xoapriin,
I .m goait Circulation of itny Daily In
011(: Bulletin Ilulldlnc, WMblngton ATtnae
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Threo monlha g 60
One month 1 00
By mall (in advance) ue year it
Tlireo noiiUia M)
To cluha of ten and over (per copy) 1 50
I'oHtaue in all caaea prepaid.
Klrctlnaortlon, pr aquare $100
Hubaequeiitiuaertlona, peraquare 50
Fur ouo wutk, per aquaro S 00
Fmcriil noticii 1 00
Olilioarli) and ronolutloru pamed by o(.letlca
tun cntii per line.
Deaibc and marriauoa free
Flratlnacrtton, per aquare 50
B 'lhpeqnout lnntirtlona 00
Kluht llnua of aolld nonpamll constitute a aquare
Dinplayed advertiaement will be charged accord
im; to the rpace occupied, at above rate there be
Iny twelve Uuea of aolld type to the Inch.
To ri'L'iilnr advBrtlaera we offer anperior Induce
mnotn both a to rates of chargea and manner ol
rt c'liiylFi( their favora.
Thlr pMjer may he found on le at Geo. P. Howell
( (i. 1 .-.ewFpaper Advertlalni; Hareaa, (10 Hproce
atn-eti where advertllti( coutracU may be made
1 t 11 in new lora.
ConimiiTilcatioLK upon aubjecta of general Istereat
to the public are at all tlmea acceptable. Rejected
m miiacrlpta will not be returned.
Utter and communication ahonld be addreiaad
"2. A. Burnett Cairo IIIIboU "
Tlie Cairo Prines Current
Oflice WaHliiugfton Avenne,
Tui Caiho rBK B.Ci'iiiif nt ta published every
Tueaday and Friday from tho office ofTna Cairo
Bulletin, and ia intended to give a true report of
.be condition of the market on day of publication,
and the puhlleher truita that full and complete
qnotatlone will be given by the bmineaa men of the
TEKM8. One cent, vcopy On all orders of
25 or more, of fame date, the subscriber's same
will be printed without extra charge. Orders for
extra copies must he received br 10 o'clock a. .,
on dav ol publication.
TiiciifDAY Evening, Sept. 29. 1881.
Tho weather, since the rain of Tuesday,
as been delightfully cool and pleasant,
ust the kind for handling grain and hay,
f there was business enough in that line to
make it any object to handle in a lively
manner; as it is the market outside of flour
is very quiet. Prices for all kind of pro-
ucc are firm and well sustained, but the
complaint is the lack of demand. This
dullness and slack time will probably con
tinue a few weeks longer, or until the usual
active fall trade is fairly opened.
Shippers w ill note a revision in rates of
freight published to-day.
The river is rising steadily and there la n
fife stago of wtiter to all points.
FI.OUK Firm and active. The demand
ste;uiy and heavy, and receipts and
stocks continue insufficient to meet this de
mand. HAY Prices rule steady and unchanged.
leceipts are light, but Btocks arc ample to
meet the small demand.
COItX Receipts are small, but the de-
It 1 . ,
innml is lighter nun biocks are ampie.
rices are firm and unchanged.
OATS -The demand is only moderate
but prices rule firm. Stocks are fair and
MEAL Prices aro firm at quotations,
ut the demand is very limited.
DHAN None in market on consign
HITTER -Choice continues in active re-
quent and scarce.
EGGS Prices nre firm and the demand
giMid. Receipts find ready sale on arrival.
CHICKENS Plenty and in tair demand
TURKEYS- Quiet and dull, a few coops
stock the market and send prices down to
one-half what thoy should be worth in De
APPLES Choice finds ready sale at
2.50 to 3.00
CABBAGE Plenty coming in and Bales
made at 12 to 15 dollars per hundred, in
Sales and Cduotatlons.
NOTK. The prices here given aro lor sales from
flrnt hands In round lota. An advance la
charged for broken lotsinflillngorders.
8"0 " choice .'.
:' various cranes, on orders....
'jeo Fancy ,
(I cars "bIU edged" Timothy. . . .
bears choice Timothy M
3 cars mixed .' ,
4 curs Ullt Kdgu ,...'.!,'.'."'.'.'
0 cara good mixed, In bulk
H car whttu In bulk
4 cars mixua, damaged, in bulk 04
6 car choice. In bnlk 43
2 car choice In sacks ia
8 curs in bulk 441
No, 2 Tied, pcrbu
No. 2 Mudoturanean,
100 bbls City
400 bbls City
3 803 70
S'.'O sucks, i.i.i. 1. in... M.. ,.,,
THE DAILY OAIRO BULLETIN:
400 pounds strictly choice Northern HO
rvm pounda gilt edge tXil'tr,
IM) pound Southern Illlnola Util5
500 doxuu 18
10 dot live, old and young 3 00 Q, a 00
15 coops good young
5 coops Hons ,.
5 coop small youug
....1 WtfM B5
... bOifiS 75
... 1 -a
! 0 heads por 100 0OJ18 00
Per bbl. M 4 50
F.arlyHose 8 gr.jy 50
Peach Blows .. none
Orapes. tier od
20 baskets peaches fancy
2 oo jiit no
au uoia goou Appica
Per barrel a iod 51)
Plain hams M
.. . 1 5')
2 bushel burlaps
5 bushel "
Peaches, halves and quarters 7ftH
Apples, bright 5!C
Choice navy ....
. .2 Ufti 2
...1 TAlti Oi
Choice, Factory im.
Hheep Pelts, dry
Sheep Pelts, green
Common Lugs.. i
uooa lags i W, 4
Low Leaf 4 75ft 5
Medium Leaf 5 5a B fr
Good Leaf. VKl 8 or
RATES OF FREIGHT.
Grain Hay Flour Pork
tfewt. yewt. Vbbl. Iibl.
Memphis V2i 15 5 V
New Orleans 2" ar, 4o M
Helena, Ark 25 W M 7.1
vuiub.,. aM r.yt 4.') kw:
Way .. 30 35 "
A LADY'S HAIIl SAVED BY ITS I'SE.
Burnett's Cocoaine will keep tho hair in
stronir and healthy condition by stimulat
ing the roots of the hair and restoring the
natural action upon which its growth de
pends. Twenty years ago ft single bottle
saved a lady's hair in a desperate case
where every treatment had failed; and
since that early success thousands of cases
of Baldness, Dandruff, Lossot Hair aud Ir
ritation of the Scalp have yielded to this
The superiority of Burnetts Havonng
Extracts consists in their perfect purity and
Ladies, you cannot make fair skin, rosy
cheeks and sparkling eyes with all tho cos
metics of France, or beautifiers of the
world, while in poor health, and nothing
will give you such good health, strength,
buoyant spirits and beauty as Hop Hitters.
A trial is certain proof. See another col
Choice Extracts lrom Drug-grists.
"We know the value of malt, hops, cali-
saya and iron composing Malt Bitters."
"Our lady customers highly praise tnem.
"Physicians prescribe them in this town."
"The largest bottle and best medicine'"
"Best blood purifier on our shelves."
"Our best people take Malt Bitters."
"Sure euro tor d isc ascs.'
The Law of Kindness
Is universal; it affects all the human fam
ily, all animals, and may be found in pat
ent medicines. Some aro drastic, and the
patient is obliged to suffer pains worse than
tho disease; but in cases of obstinate con
stipation, dyspepsia, there is no remedy so
klmi, so gentle in its euects, ami yet so sat
isfactory, as Burdock Blood Bitters. Price
11.00, trial size 10 cents. Paul G. Schuh,
All Entire Success.
It has been proved by tho most reliable
testimony that Thomas' Eclectnc Oil is an
entire success in curing the most inveterate
cases of rheumatism, neuralgia, lame back,
and wounds of every description. Paul G.
Fellows' Svrun of Ilypophosnlutes, by
restoring strength to tho nerves and muscles
of the stomach, cures dyspepsia, which is
but the result of loss of nervous strength
followed by muscular rolaxation.
Second Editiou of Job.
Mrs. Ogdcn, N. Division Street, Buffalo,
says: "I cannot bo too tnanmui mat i
Was indnr-ed to trv viiur HDrill'f Blossom.
was at one time afraid I should never bo
able to got out again. I seemed to bo a
socond edition of Job without his patience;
mv face and hndv wnrn one vast collodion
of boils and pimples; sinco taking one bot
tloof your Bpring Blossom I aui quito
cured, all oruntiona havn disaonneared, and
I feel better than I havo ia a lonf? timo."
iTice 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents, rmi
O. Bchuh, Agont.
Tito li n g-ilo bate?
best material for sir
ni;iii!i roviveu. A c
bored to by some for
wns tho fwnustnoHs of lis advc
tho many argument brought
upon it thut wo were inducod, so
years ago to try it. In tliroo or UHIR
months wo had tho planks back again,
being satisfied of tho disadvantages of
clay for this purpose. Our present
iloor of pltink is simply inclined a littlo
from front to tour, whoro the usual gut
tor is made to carry off tho liquid void
ings. Wo do not boliovo in sand, coal
onl.es, sawdust, asphiillinn, Hags, cob
blestones, or any of those modern de
vices to injiiro horses. Thus far wo
have never noticed that thi-t littlo incli
nation was in any way injurious; nnd
wo doubt whether tho woodon grating
that wo frequently see placed over tho
planking that sonio uso would bo advis
able on tho ground that the animal
would bo mole comfortable, whilo th'n
movable gritting or second lloor might
load to accidents. Wlion a person can
keep horses in good, Hound, henll.hy
condition for livo to seven years, us we
havo done on a carefully constructed
plunk llooring, inclining a littlo to tho
rear, it is just u-s well to bo satisfied
with it. Do what one will, holes will
bo dug by the stamping of the feet in
tho eluy, and these will be filled with
moisture, which will necessarily result
In .scratches, qniu tor crack, etc. Iftho
clay is leveled off and beaten down
daily, it will make no difference. Some
timo ago wo inspected a number of
stables where many horses were kept,
and wo encountered only one which
was composed of anything but wood.
Of course there will bo new things in
ventions springing up, which aro to
meet and overcome every objection,
and there will bo somo to adopt them,
but wo shall be satisfied with what wo
bavo until thoro is something produced
about which there will be no mistake.
Rata Who Enjoyed Fun.
A gooil rat story is told by a lady
who lives in Baltimore, which shows
that rats have a kind of humor about
them at times which they will exercise
even to tho extent of forgetting their
plundering propensities. In the house
of this lady was a child's rocking horse,
and every night the rats would jump
on tho rocking-horse and start it rock
ing and rock it for hours, seemingly
with tho greatest enjoytuent in the
world. At first, hearing tho noise, tho
peoplo couldn't imagine the cituso, and
didn't know but the spirits had a hand
in it; but when they cautiously peered
out and saw the Iperfortuance it bccaino
ono of the marvels of the neighborhood
to see tho rats in their gambols enjoy
ing themselves, laughing and having
their fun rocking tho horse.
Weather Wisdom, '
When you wish to know what the
weather is to bo, go out and select tho
smallest cloud you see. Keep your eye
upon it, and if it decreases and disap
pears it shows a state of tho air which
is sure to be followed by fine weather,
but if it increases in size, take your
great coat with you if you aro going
from home, for falling weather is not
far ofl'. Tho reason is this: When tho
air is becoming charged with electrici
ty jyJl If 111 CtU blU. .I..4 Ml.r...,M
lessor ones towards it until it gathers
into a shower; and on tho contrary,
when the fluid is passing off, or diffus
ing itself, then a large cloud will bo
secu breaking into pieces and dissolving-
The Land of the Moquis.
Never was life bo lonely and cheer
less as in the desolate hovels of the Mo
quis. Their land is irot a tender soli
tude, but a forbidding desolation of es
carped clitl's, overlooking wastes of
sand where tlie winds wago war on tho
small shrubs anil venturesome grasses,
lnovirwr to thn drouth such as tlicv call-
IVtMIU- " tl
. a j- l l . a A
not uproot, a tow scruouy trees, spot
ting the edgo of the plain as if they had
looked across tho waterless waste and
crouched in fear, furnish a littlo brush
wood for tho fires of tho Moquis, who
aro fighting out tho battle for existenco
that Is hardly worth the struggle.
Fixed habitation anywhere implies
some sort of civilization. Tho flinty
bills aro terraced, and by careful irn
frntmn thev man aero to raise corn
enough to keep body and soul toget her.
Tho seven villages wiihin a circuit oi
ton miles have boon isolated from the
rest of the world through centuries, yet
k.ii , ... . t.
they have so nine intercourse wim em u
other that their tribal languages, ev
erywhere subject to swift mutations,
aro entirely utniiio. jnnunuuvc, uw
set men wrapped in blankets, passively
sitting on mo Dare, searou rocivs, m
the sun, are the ghastly proprietors of a
reservation ouco tho scene of busy ac
tivities. They number only 1,600 souls,
sltreils of tribes almost exhausted, sur
rounded by cities unquestionably of
great antiquity. Tho sad heirship of
fallen greatness is written in the einpty
ness oftheir barren estates. Fragments
of pottery aro profusely scattered about
and deeply-worn foot-paths lending
from village to village, down tho river
bank and winding up tho plain, mark
tho ancient thoroughfares which aro
now slightly trodden or utterly desert
ed. How the Indians were enslaved
and driven to the mines and how they
perished there by thousands is a mat
ter of familiar history. They wore an
abject and heart-broken pcotdo after
tho conquest, and their decline still
III,? nn. Whole tribes are ex
tinct. Others have united with each
other for safety, and within tho memo
ry of citizons of Santa Fo tho feeble
remnant of tho tribe at l'eoos joined
that at Jamez, which speaks the same
language. jV. F. Tribune.
"No," said tho Michigan man, "1
can't say that my lawyer knows much
law or is very eloquent to a jury, but
ho'll flud a way to make it appear that
the man who's suing me licks his wife,
starves his childron, and steals hens,
end that's better than winning tho
Rev. Henry 11 Dexter lias found in
tho British musem a long-lost tract by
Roger Williams, aud the Providence
Journal regards the discovery .a " a
literary evout of importance." The li
tlo roads: 'Christenings Make Not
Christians, or a Bricfe Discourse Con
corning that Name Hoathon, Comniou
ly given to the Indlrns." It was print
ed in Louloa in 1615.
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f Ilia ir. , ..
Used and approved by the leading
tiAKs or eukufe and A HE RICA.
Tho most Valuable
Concha. Colrhl. Sore ThrouLCronn anil
-Try them. 25 and 50 cent sizes of
iTI m .waar
iuf ,w m mm mmr- mm m 1
it mm m rntr i m
r s n i visas' n g
(JBAMf MI D II, AT T1IK rilll.AOKI.PIIIA gwa.a.i-r.. I a taJliB A BOX.
hILVttt JICDAL. AT TUL PABIS) KXTOHITIOM. COLGATE ftCON.Y,
For sale I
y 0. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
An Indiana newspaper thus writes: Mr.
Geo. F. Ilelderlee, of IVni, Ind., says that
he had suffered very much with rheumatism
ami used many remedies without benefit.
He found tye desired relief in St. Jacobs
A Cough, Cobl or Sore Tin-oat
should be stopped, iseglect frequentl re
suits in an Incurable Lung dixenso or on
sumption, p.rown's Kmiichiul TrocheB do
not disorder the stomach like coul'Ii svruns
and balsams, b.tit act direct I v op the inllum-
cl parts, lill'tyiny i.r,l,itin, fivo roliof in
Astnmii. lironcii.iiH, Loughs, Catarrh, and
the Thro"t Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years i.rown s l.ionciiiui iroclies have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect silisl'actioii. Having been
tested by wide and constant use lor nearly
an entire general ion, they have attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies oi the age. .Sold at 2.) cents a
box everyw here.
30 DAYS TRIAL
pu,.a June 13, 1810.
We will send on thirty days trial
Dr. Dye's Electro-Voltaic
AITLIANCES TO MEN
Suffering from Xervmm WriiUiiro. ;i'iiernl
Debility, loss of none force or vigor, or any dis
ease resulting from Aiioocouiil oriiKiuui'MC, or to
any one nlllleled with ltln-uiioil Ism, Neuralgia, Par.
alysls. Spinal lHllleiiltles, KMncy or I.tv. r TrouMea,
Lame Hack, and other lMwiiaosof the Vital Organs,
Aloo womks troubled With diseases peculiar to
Speedy relief and complete restoration to heIUl
guaranteed. Tliei' me Hie only Kleelile
Applliiiicrx lliiil Iiuviner1iee eoiiKirueled
upon Sclrtnillc liliilli-. Their thorough
efficacy bus been pr :, tl illy proven with the moot
wimdcrliilKU' ax, mid the j Imvellie hlghi'M
in1orrinetiH f'oin eminent inedleiil nnd
Hi-lent Itic im e n and from IniiiilreiU ho hnv
n hp HIV mul liolleiillv eined by their
lute. Send at once Mr Illustrated psmphlet giving all
liifornmtlon free. Address-.
VOI.TA If lil.l.'r .. s .liiill, Mich.
Tlitiiip;li Hhnkeii In Everv Joint,
And filler with lever and airlift, or Villous: remUtunt,
Uio sysleni may yet, he frued from tho mnllgnant
virus Willi lloKtetler'a Htomiu'h lllttera, 1'rulort
till) system iirultiHt it Willi tins iicnenctoni aau
i,ii,illr uililcl. ta fiii tlierniiiVu a sutiremn renin-
Jt. r..u ii..... flr,n.l,,UI .,m.tlnil1i,n ilu -J1
debility, rlionmatlsm, kidney tr.mtiit, WlUCn , IB
ailments, .ult of loss ot nervous strength
muX$i by muscular relaxation.
n" v. -,
v" ,tMI. rai
ul r all Dr,i , , i .
ll7lrr Nrw for. 111. .
NO ONE NEED
Vajellne such as
Vaseline Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor Ice,
Vaseline Toilet Soaps,
2v i li rs
r i is xai.
Vi I V I II 0 1
ar: a a a v ia aa
mnaiwiak,. i a w i
mww .nor is aa; iiauiar Ma
An tfrreeable form of tak
ing Vaseline internally.
Vt ai. tl
MVV, UIOV IVI
all onr goods.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY,
JjUREK A! EUREKA!!
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized Julv Uth, 1877, Under the Uws o
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted July
It, 1877, Cntfer Act of Congress.
S- lCrW President
C. T.HIM). vice President
J. A. UOLD8TINH Treaaurer
J.J. tiOHOON Mm'Icol Adviser
THOMAS LEWIS Secretar-
JOHN C. W1IITK Assistant Secretary
KXKUimVE COM M1TTKK:
II. LEKiHTOX. r. h Tiioum
J. C. WHITE, W. F. PITCHKK.
J. S. McOAIIEY
UOAIll OP MANAGERS:
William Stratton, oristratton Bird, wtiolcsnle
grocers; I'atil O. Scbub, wholesale and retail drug
gist; Hazen Llghton, eom mission merchant; Jaa.
S. McCiiihey, Itiinher dealer; J. J. (iordon, phys
lelnn; J. A. tJoldstlne, oldoldstinu Hi Itosenwnter,
viholeHiile and retail dry goods, etc: Wm. Y Pttcfi
er, general agent; HunryU. Kills, city printer and
hunk hinder; ('hosley llaynes, Cooper; Jno. C.
White, Hssistuut secretary and solicitor: Albert
Lewis, dealer in flour and grain; K. Iiross, presi
dent Alexander County Ilnnk; O. W. Hendricks,
contractor and builder; Cyrus Close, general
agent; Thomas Lewis, secretary and attorney at
law; L. S, Thomas, hroom manufacturer; W. V
llussel, contractor and builder; C. T, Hudd
iigeiuv. n. rniiaoiHij.'Yioses clumps, car-
penter; II. A. I'hiimhley, contractor, Cairo, Ills..
uev. ,). niriu;.-r, ciiii'KVinan.nt ltllS, JIO.J ,J. M.
lli'thiiiio, circuit clerk, Mississippi county, Charles
toll, Mo. ; J. 11. Monro . luwver, Commerce, Mo.;
II Ul.,,rlntnrv. Ill, v.l,l ,tn Avll.ml... U- . T IT
Tarry, phvslcliin, Julton, Kv.; Wm. Kyau, farmer,
Murrv, Kv. ; A. Stelnhach, manulacturer of sad
dlerv, Evaiisvlllo, hid.; Ike Anderson, socrelary
10 hu pennieiiueiii v; , ni. i.. au ?i u. railroad, daclt
snn,Teiin.; J. S. Hoherlson, phvsiclan, White
ville, Tenii. : Thomas A. Osliorn, harness maker,
lUillvRr.Tenti. ; VVtn.L. Walker, "Uixla Adver
tising Ageu, Ilollv Springs, Miss
A Haw VwklAisbl rsrhas, rnwraat, KrrMlf, Udlif .'
H.itabrSr.lar.ln llnnaFl7llKli, llliwn ,'.. ti. f.
Ciinger, lluchii. Mandrake, Stiliincia and manyl
,uf Ihouent medicines known arecombineuinr-
krb's OlNCHa Tonic, intoa medicineof auch vaJ
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rtcaann cnciii iwwn iw n
lies t Health A rStrsngth Bsstorsr trr Fssd.J
' It cures JiysiH-PM-t, KheumAtmn, NeuralgM,
iii-atiirunrs. uimi - - -a
Uuwcls. Lungs Liver anil Kidneys. i
Krniemlxrl J his l oNIC M I '""" ramuyj
iiievcrm.iiIo1Mdi-cnlirelf diJUrent from'
, i m i-..ti irniinii-niiil nth(r I'nilif. as
i . ami iritr fiturani trniTii
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I iirvcriiitnii.atL;iiDiitCurcdruiikciii.t Kunr
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Parker's Hair Balsam
Ta. tml and msl
nnnotutral hair ra
Stent aud inmltf
Hsvlnt's Hanks'. luaiirauca Cninnanlea. Trustees)
and lnvusturs generally are Invited to correspond
with us regarding bonds they may deslro to buy,
sell or eichH' go.
Municipal Honda, Water works Company
IioiniH, Hint desirable Kailroiid Securities Hi
ways en liiintl. J. K. I.KW1S A CO.. llatikers,
47 Cedar iSt. New York.
Dknj. F. Ghakton, Btouy B. Ladd
IIauieht E. Tains.
Late Cotumlsiloner of Fatcnta,
PAINE, GRAFTON & LADD,
Attorneys-Hi Law and Sollcttora of Americas and
Foreign Patents. 0 a: ''
413 FIFTH 8TRHBT, WASHINUTwe.,lteg,
rractlcs patent law In all Us brand gj, ;
Patent Oftlca, and in tn BUprem c -
Pmirui of the cnitca Riaioa. i-atrnni', -
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