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Mm. J. (I. itohertsein, Plttshurc Ph., wlte: "I
was siiderim? from Keiirral dedillity, want iif ap
petite, constipation, etc., so that I lie va- a hureh n ;
after uslni.' Hiirdoe k Jilooil Itltti rM I frit he tier than
for years. I cannot prui-e yot.r hitters too much."
. K; f,i,,,,l,", 'f """""lo, N V .. writes: "Your llur
dock Wood Hitters, in chrcmlr diseases of the hloori
liver mill kidnet s, have hi e n signally mnrki el wliti
suceeiss I Imvr uacd them myself with tin- hcst
results fcirti.r.iitv of tin; liver, mid In tlir cuse ol
frluiidof mine niflrriliif from dropsy, the i fleet
was marvelous "
llruro Tiirnrr. Itoche-ster, N. V., write: "I
have hern suhjei t to serious eliserde:r of the kid-ni-ya
and unahleto attend f business; llnrdock
Blood Hitlers relieved tnu he-fore; half u Ivottlu was
used 1 foe:! confident that tliry will e ntire ly cure
K. Asenllh Mall, Hlnirhamfon, N Y. writes: "I
ulfenjd with a eliill pain through my lift lung atul
shoulder. Lost my spirit, uppct ttu a in I color, anil
could with elillldilty keep up all day 'l ook your
Murdork lllood Hitters a directed and huvefeilt no
pain Hlricv flrm week after nHintr. ttn-m. '
Mr. Jfoab Hates, Klmlm, N . V.. writes. "Ahout
four year at' I had an nttarknf hiloii fever, ami
never fully recovered. ,Mv digestive orpins with
weakened, and I would he completely prostrated
fordavs. After ilsine: two bu'.tles of your liiirdor.k
Itlood Hitters the improvem- nt wan s-i visible that
I wan astonished. I can now, though sixly one
vears of ai-c, elo n fair uuel rt-asinahle (lav's work."
C. Market Hohtnson, proprietor of the Canada
I'reshvterlan, Toronto, Out., writes: "Forveai I
eiilli-n el irrrnilv from eift rrrurriiii.' Ii"ada"hr. I
tiaedvotir Hnrilmk Mood Hitters with happiest re
suits, and 1 now tlnd myself in heller health than
for Year pa-t.
Mrs. Wullarr, HulTalo, N, Y , writes: ' I have
oacd Hurdock l!loee Hilt-rs for nervous ami hiloiis
he adaches, and ran recommend them for anyniu
requiring a cure for biliousness."
Mrs. Ira Mtilhollaud. Albany, N.Y , writes: Kur
several veur I have sulk-red from oft recurring hil
lou head adieu, dyspepsia and complaints pe
collar te mv i. Since iihIiik your llurduck
Blood Miters I am entlruly relieved.
I'HICE, tl FEB MOTTI.B: SAMI-l.B SIZK lOfTK.
FOSTER, MILBl'RN & CO,, Vrutfri,
KCFFALO, X. V.
Foriealej by I'AUL O. hCHCU 1
MRS. LYOiA L PIHKHAM2
OF LYrJN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
The- PnltW (n
For all Female Complaints.
Tall prrptratlon, a Iti ruun iltfnineia, rouljt o(
VeffvUble 11Tlt ttiM an t,anuleMi to Uui moat del
nat tntUli Utn ono trial til nieriU of UilJ Com
foon4 will ho roev KiiO'd.a relief I Immedlato i and
wocd IU uwltcOKtiimiMt, In ninety ntuuciui In a nun.
dnd, a prmjvn run Ui'ffeeted.ojit.'iouAcmeta 1U U
tUj, On areuoiit of lu (irorro Dierf tn, it U to-day re
ommeoriNl and pnTilHl by thu Utt liyiuciwii lo
II Hill eeira entirely th nonet f"rm of falllnj
of U uUtik, 1'ueorrlnea, lrr.,(rulr and painful
M(eutrnutlia,all)tarUnTriutli, InlUniniatlon and
UUraltim, flxMlnira, all Idnilaoementi and tlw eun
rqurnt tplruil rakne,audU fi-lAl) adapts to
tha Chane of Utn. It IU dlnaol and ild rumnn
from th uUTUieln an early te of derrtopnient. T.it
taodftiry to ranorrmia huni'int there la checked Tery
pdUy by lu tur.
In fact It h pmred to be tha graat
at and tieat renxily thtt haa Tr been dltcoTer
d. It pemwatea erery purtlon of 'he ryutem, and iriTM
D" llfeand liror. It reinovea falntnevltatiili-ncy, d
troyaaJlcraTtug fur ttuiulauU,au,l rellurpa nvaanrej
mt tha atoniacb
' t eurea UloatliiK, ntlachea, Nerrnut IVmtratliin,
Oeneral IX'lllty, Slreplt iuneiai, Ia pnmlin awl Inetl
featloD. Tluit fxeliutr of berlii(r iloxn, caiwlng pain,
waljtbl anet ba'kach', le nl nyH peminne-ntly CAired ly
IUUM. H wtllat all tlnif ", andiindrrnll clrcuniatan
eaa, act In hannouy with the li tliat gortrm tha
For KiitneyCiinipWiita "f etth'r w thl ivmiieina
Lydia E. PinMinm's Vegetable Compound
la prepared at M and SVl Western ATcnuo, Ijmn, Mann.
(Ttcetl.OO. Bi b,iltlipfor$..iW. Rent l,y mad In tlig
form of pill. alio in the fonti of hi;., ou receipt
ofrfk. '""i l"'r n' '"r d'h'C Mne. f'IN'iCll.tH
freely anawone all I' t'.-m e.t liepilry K. nd for lam
phlet Addnflilnei H,nlttm thu (m;t.
No family should l-with.ml I.VI.'IA F. I'lNKflAM'
LtVtEltnM.S. They euro f'etMIvitlin, rUlouaiiiat
aadToroldltv of the Lln r. m mm tier but.
KOU SALIJ 1IY nuruoisi's.
laCHATtDSON & CO., Sr. LmiiH, Mo.
Wh.leal ai-eulK fe.r LYUIA K. I'INKIIAM'8
GRAY'S SrKClFlCJ MKDK'INK.
mmxnm MHO if. The (treat. ISiil'-
11111 Ii'lULUV, nil
i niihillliin cum for
1 ipiTinatiirrlii'B. mi
(...e.itif.,' fitiil nil
eiiieeAKen that folow
ua a Huiiiutico
of aeiH iiliiiiee; hm
if inna oi nieiiMirj, saj.
Beforo TBkbgn;v7' i-'ifter Mi
dlmni'fK ofvlalon. preniiiliirc olil nw, and iniiny
other (Um HKi-M that lead to mxanlt v, cotiKumptloti
or a premnliito priivit. .,
frKull parllculnra In our pnmphld, wlldi w
doalaetoaeend free hv mall to evervmu). TI'
BnuclllcMi'dlcInu la aeild hv nil ilriliri!l t f 1 lmr
imrW. oralx pncliuyra Tor I'., or wl Ibiiretil true
hv nuiOou reciilP' of the niiiiiev, hv ndelrenKini!.
llPPKAI.e), N , Y.
Hold lu Cairo hvl'iuil . Si'liuh.
Raw ranhlaaaMePfffeiaia. fraarant, BerrMMar, Uitlar.
BnldtJTillrr.ln llrtiin V't ! '" A in., It. V.
Oineer, lltichn. Mandrnke, htillincia ami many
KKR'(JiN()KRToNic,liitoatiiediciimof audi va-J
ried and eneciive neiwori,ni lei rmmo "
.Itlood I'uriier nnu Liver neRuiaior nun i ,
t. .ll.1ll.iUlwti,lli lU.lnmf V.vnt llRMl..
It cures liyapcpain. Kheuninlisiii. RMiralRia,e
SlMplcaiiieii, uuel all diac.iHca of tllo ijloniae.il,;
; RcmemberV This Tonic It tha IVtt Family
iMetlicine ever rtm(lo,ndi4entirclyr1i(lcrent from;
nt.. lH.t..tvn.iitni. ,,,! ttt,,.r 'I'miirt. IIW
lmr, v""K',' '"l
it nevor intoxicnteahut cures ciriinkonnos Wone.
reniilnewlllinmautiimiireoi iuvnxev "m.llJj
J 1- VUaj, aH
Parker's Hair Balsam
Tkalml ami mail
aaonamlimi hair ra
THE DAILY JSULLETIN.
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Oilleo: Unllmin llalldlnc, Wiuhlnson Arenae
6ul)Borlpton It a t e :
Dally (delivered by earrkra) per week f 2B
I'.y mall (In advance) one) year 10 00
Six memtbs 6 00
Three- months it 50
One mouth 1 00
Uy Dial (lu advance) ne year It 00
HU months 10
Three morjtlui 50
To cluha of ton and over (per copy) 1 V)
Postal!!! In all tascs prepaid.
A elvcrtlHiriK Kates:
Klrattmeertlon, per aquarn $1 00
NiihHe.'jueiitlimertloiiH, perffiiare 50
1'or one week, per anuare S 00
K iTie riil notice J 00
OhlttiatifR and reHoliitiotia passed by societies
ten rent per line.
Heaths and inarrlHue. frco
first tNsertinn, per sinai 1 1 50
H'iiMM'itiTit liuertloria q0
Kli?ht line of solid nonparedl constttnte a sqnare
UlHplnycd advertisement will he charged aexord
ins to the space occupied, at above ratea thera be
iti!' twelirr lines of solid type to the Inch.
To regular advertisers we offer snporior Induce
miTita. Ixith as to rates of charge and manner of
d sidaylng their favors.
Thlt- paiiur may he found on (lie at Ono. P. Kowell
t Co.'s Newirpajier Advertlslni; Harean, (10 Sprnce
s'r. e ii where ailvertisluH contract may be made
f-.r It In New York.
Communications upon subjects of ifcneral Interest
to the public are at all times acceptable. Rejected
m iMiscrlpts will not be retnrned.
I.nitera and communications should he addressed
"K. A Harnett Cairo Illinois "
Matrimony aud Rustic Simplicity.
'OiH! i!:iv." UMimrke'i! Mr. Wilson, of
thu fiir:ire Hotel, riiilailelphia, "a fel
low c.iiin; i 1 1 1 ' i ho li(,i and said: 'I
want a rouni.' I to wai in a prent hur
ry, anil 1 thoulit soini'tliin was tho
matter. I Id wrote his name in tho w
ister and t-uid he wanted lu go right
fiwav. 1 enlli'd a hell hoy, but, instead
of uoing U tho front stairs, ho slipped
around -hack, un t a lady and took her
up with him. Soon tho boy returned
and told mo the man had a woman in
hi noru. I sent for him quickly.
" 'What are you doing with a woman
in jour room?'' I asked.
'Nothing; I only took hnr up there
to wait,' tlits fellow replied, treruMiug
all the time like a criminal.
' 'Is she your shste-r?'
' 'Mothe r?'
" 'It is agninft the rules of this house,
sir, to permit such conduct, and unless
the lady is your wife she cannot stay in
tho room with you,1 I said sharply.
'"Hut-but 1 was all the fellow
could say, ahl he caught nervously at
the di sk in his fright,
'"In an instant it dawned on me what
was the matter," said Mr. Wilson, "and
I railed the fellow to one side and whis
pereel in his ear: 'You came to town to
get married, didn't you?"
" -Yes yes,' ho replied eagerly.
" 'Well, now, you can confide in me
and I'll help you",' I replied.
" 'You see I n.;ver was married be
fore, aud 1 don' know nothing about
it,' tho fellow said; 'and I do wish
you'd get somebody tej tie tho knot,
That's my gal upstairs, and she's a
waitin' for me.'
"All right,' I replied: 'I'll lix you.'
'Magistrate List was sent for, and he
nut them through in dotible-epiick time.
1'hey paid for the room ami then went
oil" up Clu'sinut street to hunt aceinfec
Nothing tries the patience of a man iuro
than to libte-u te a hacking cough, which he
knows could easily be cured by investing
,'." cents in a bottle of Dr. Hull's Cough
A Ciiriespon lent of the Ilaltiniore
,S'((i writes : England has been called
;i tleiwer crardeii ill summer. If tho
whole country is like the p n t through
which we have passed it well deserves
the name. Every where about tho
homes we pas-ed, in town ami country,
there wero flowers in abundatico and
variety and richness of color aud
sweetness of fragrance beyond anything '
we have seen or known. A most ad
mirable tasto evidencing no little cul
tivation, is displayed in tho arrange
ment of tho flower beds that beautify
the homes of Old Eugland. Even at
the little country railroad station, ou
cither side, and often across tho track
ou tho facing slope tliero aro diamond
and oval and square and star beds of
flowers, the beds as clean as though
newly made, uud tho flowers delight
ing and refreshing travelers with thoir
beauty and odor. This profusion of
flowers Vas observed in traversingEng
laud from Liverpool to Loudon, via the
Ureal Western Kailroad, including a
run from Warwick to Slratford-on-Avon,
and from London to Dover via
the Southeastern Hail way.
A rkenomeual Clam.
Says an old and thoroughly reliablo
sailor: "In tho matter of inlelligonco
a clam is lint as dumb ns an oyster nor
as stupid as a mussel. A clam, by pro
iter training, can bo educated so that
lie will bo quite entertaining. I know
a clam in Cohoes, N. Y., oneo, that re
ceived quite a liberal education from a
coroner named Eocles. The olara was
taught to Bit up on the counter of Ec
clcs's bar and open his sholl when a
customer camo in for a drink. He
would open and shut his sholl very
rapidly, as though hu wero dry. The
customer would give him a drink, and
ho would smack bis shells just as a man
doos his lies. IIn liked whisky and
brandy, and lie go fat. Ho wouldn't
stum! any fooling, though. One day a
fellow from Troy undertook to havo
Homo fun with him, aud stuck his linger
in tho clam's shell, mid ho came down
on that linger so that it mado tho fol
low squeal. lOecles taught that clam to
do almost uverv thing exeopt to dance.
He nover could tench him to danco, and
that has worried mo ever since. If a
clam could only loam how to danco, I
could dlj happy."
A Georgia legislator declares that
thoro are 5,000 minors in the stato
of Georgia employed in the sale ot
DAILY CAIRO BLLLETIN: TUESDAY, OCTOBER
The Cairo Trices Current
Office Wasliiufton Avenue,
Tin Cairo Piucis Ciiiuibnt is published every
Tuesday and Friday from tho ofllno of Tin Caiko
Bulmtim, and I Intoodud to irlvu t true report of
.no condition of the market on day of publication,
and the publlahor trust that full and complete
quotations will bo Kiven by the business men of the
TBHMS.-Ono cent, ncopy On all order of
5 or more', of same date, the subscriber's name
will he printed without extra ehariiu. Orders for
extra copies must be received, by 10 o'clock a. m,,
on day ot publication.
Tho M arkot.
Monday Ev'no.OcL 3, 1881.
The weather gives those who are at all
prono to complain, cause to do so on ac
count of tho heat, which is not only great
but is of a sultry kiml that takes the stamin
out of tho toughest constitution.
Wo notice an inclination in tnule in
some leading articles of farm produce to
pick up anil a corresponding stiffening in
FLOUR The market rules very (inn.
The demand continues active and largely in
excess of receipts. Stocks on hand among
wholesale dealers are exceedingly light.
HAY Receipts continue fair; prices
rule steady and the demand is only moder
ate. CORN Stocks are amplo anil the
demand light. Prices rulo as at the close
of last week.
OATS The market to-day opens firm
and active, with prices one to two cents
higher than those of last week.
MEAL Very little doing. Prices arc
BRAN Scarce and wanted. Stocks aro
all hold by the mills.
"BUTTER Choice is steady anel in good
EGGS The market is affected by the
present high temperature and prices have
a downward tendency.
CHICKENS Sales are rather slow ow
ing to the poor quality of receipts. Choice
large chickens find rcaily sale at all times.
TURKEYS The season for this bird has
not yet arrived and sales are hard to make
at buyer's own prices.
APPLES Choice finds ready sale at
Sales and Quotation.
NOTE. The price nere given arc lor sales from
first hands In round lota. An advance is
charged for broken lot em ailtngorders.
0 Ms choice 7 Vr
:w Fancy " ft"
50 Various grade, on order 7 0tr& IV'
sno Fancy Tiki
4 ear"irtlt edited" Timothy is HO
bears choice Timothy 17 i
3 cars mixed 11 l"
2 cars priLe. ..... 10 5U
cars good mixed, In bulk
4 car white in bulk
i cars mixed, in sacks
I carchoice. In bulk
II car choice In "
8 cars In hulk
No. 2 Red, !rr hit 1 3S
No. 4 .Mreli'leraie'Sli 1 :I7
:VKi Mils City....
a wk2;1 7'i
'lift pounds strlctlv choice Northern W
Ui) pounds Kilt m1iu ...iNffVi'i
vtX) pounds Southern Illinois 115
JO dor. live, old and young
15 coops cood young
5 coops Hens
5 coopa small young.
HH) heads, bad order.pcr 100
awo choice, "
. .3 'Wi 75
8 a 5n
Peach Blows ,
Per bbl nono
&n bhls gooiluiMm. - -! V)
Per barrel t MKj'i 5')
Tiiliwaehi'd .'. . :i4it.l7
Tierces VJ t
naif do 1
Plain ham none
8.0. Ham It
Clear sides Ill',
8t. Johns 1 J'
Ohio UWer '
31,; bushel burlaps ,, 8'i
tl bushel " J
8 bushel " 1J
Peaches, halves and Quarter
Apples, brluht &
Choice navy a onit'J
Choice medium I 7;uV'. w
Choice, Factory U!4&.
Cream , M lj
Sheep I'iiMh, dry .
L3 11 1. . '
ouurp ri us, ureiDii
Medium Leaf..,, "''
JJ 7iy.l hil
a rift 4 no
4 75(( 5 ll
5 VH R fO
a rKi s ou
HATCH OK FHBUJHT.
Dry Kit nt
Hay Kloiir Pork
Vwt, V hid. fthbl.
15 y.'i 31
j" 4n iv i
;to Mi 75
irrj'i 45 ,7
a; is w
Death to nts and vermin, Parsons' Ex
terminator. It Will "Out."
In tho reign of Louis XIV. a certain
brilliant abbe was one of n largo nrty
who had assembled round the royal
supper-table. There wero clever talk
ers, sharp dealers in epigram, skilful
handlers of compliment uud repartee.
Ono lady, famous for her wit, bring
asked to name tho three sights tha"
iravo her the greatest pleasure, replied,
"A great general on a war horse, u
great preacher ona platform, und a
great tliief on it gallows."
The abbe aihleel to the mirth of tho
evening by telling of the lulveuttires of
a gay ami memorable career. "I re
member," ho said, "very well tho first
penitent who came to my confessional.
I was young then, and liillo aceuslonieil
to hoar the secrets of court life. It was
a murderer who told mo the secret of
his crime." The ubbe was pressed to
tell tho tale, or to give a clow to tho
culprit; but ho kept a guarded and
Presently in camo one of tho most
trusty of the kind's favorites. "Ah, M.
l'Abhe," ho saiel - recognizing an old
friend; "gonth'inon, I was tho first pe
nitent whom tho abbe evershribed, and
I promise ynu, when I told him my
fctorv, ho hoard what astonished him!"
That ni;;ht the nobleman was carried
to the ISastile, and the evidence of a
criruo, committed thirty years before,
was complete!, and the culprit detected.
Three things to love courage, gentle
ness and affection. Threo things to
admire intellect, dignity and grace
fulness. Three things to hate cruelty,
arroganco aud ingratitude. Three
things to delight in beauty, frankness
and freedom. Three things to wish for
health, friends, and a contented spirit.
Threo things to like cordiality, good
humor and cheerfulness. Throe things
ta avoid idleness, loquacity and flip
pant je-sting. Three things to contend
for honor, country and friends. Three
things to teach truth, industry and
contoiitL nt Threo things to govern
our temper, tongue and conduct.
Threo things to cherMi virtue, wisdom
and goodness. Three things to do
think, live, net.
k lady's nAin saved by its use.
Burnett's Coeoaine will keep the hair in
a trong 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 a single bottle
snved 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 and Ir
ritation of the Scalp have yicldeel to this
The superiority of Burnett's Flavoring
Evtracts consists in their perfect purity anil
Is ri'lmhui'ni'd in irrnit inmpuri', lo tleiiie troubled
with weak kldeii'js, hy a luilli leiim lie-e of Iloti't
(it's Stomal li ltitlern, whie h Invitfoiati'S nntl slim
nlnds without exciting llio urinary oriins. lu
cotiiluclnn w ith its influence upon I hem, it cur
rents acidity, Improve iippetllc, and In in every
way coiiiliii ive teiin nllh mid nervn ri'peise. Anoth
er marked iUiillly Ik iloronirol over lever anil suae,
and im power of prevenllnt! Il , For snlu by nil
driiKuis anil dealers kc nc rully.
30 DAYS TRIAL
IS ' STOIfitC
pfd Juno til, nio.
We will send on thirty days trial
Dr. Dye's Electro-Voltaic
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Suffering from Nervous WenUm-a", fSr-nprn!
Debility, loss of nerve feireo or tlKnr, or any dis
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Lame Hack, and other Disease's of tha Vital ( rwin.
Alan womM troubled with diseases peculiar to
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Appllnneea the.l ImvcMer been eoitMrapled
p Melentlllc rrinrlnlr. Their borough
ctllcacy ha been practically proven wllh the niost
rmlor itn 'mm mnlm-nt medlenl n.l
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JUir- m safafK aa aj aaa-
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SI a -
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TlrlK ICli: KING.
Uruily now, to furnlsli and deliver H E lu any
tiuuutiiy lioth wliolesuli! mid re: t nil , and at
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES.
I respectfully solicit the patronage of till my old
frie'tiels and as many new one, and ituantiieethem
uatlcrtictiini. J.UUB KLtiK.
QEOIiaE II. LEACH, M. I).
JMivsician si ml Surgeon,
Mlli.rlul lit t ititt inn fiudl tl, tl,i TliM,iii,,nll,ti. truut
tni.'iil of surgical (ilHcaees, and diseuae of women
nea ciilliirei: .
Ollico : No 10 KU;hth street, near Comnierelal
avenue, Cairo, III.
II. MAUEAN, M.D.
lloincoihitliii' l'liynicinn and SurgeoiL
Olllce em Commercial nvctiuo near the corner of
KiKhth street, over I'aher Unit her s Jewelry slnru.
Itusldoui'.e cornur Koiirteunth street and Wiish
incteiu a venue.
The I'elehratJ'd Eleciro Vapor and Medleiated
llallis which aro an uiifHilliiK cure fur Hlu iiniatism
Neiirali'la, I'evor-Aue and many oilier ailments,
administered daily diirlnu olllce hours.
Olllce lioiirs, rrom 8io 1J a. si. , from 1 to 5 and
from "to 8 r. m.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and aftnr Monday, J one 7th, and ntitll lurthor
notlco theferryboat will make trips ns follow:
Pout Fourth st.
8::io a. tu.
10:30 . m.
Sutitni'.ky Ld g.
9 a. m.
tt a. ill.
S p. m
7 . - n-.nmn riientiiu. -r uu.ui an -
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Article from pore
VasollDs inch a
Vaseline Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor Ice,
Vaseline Toilet Soaps,
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IB , XI 11 II
0r ii xi ii J
a i -w ii aw aa
i f a xfji aimai'
Etc. Also for
An agreeable form of tak
ing Vaseline internally.
25 CENTS A BOX.
all our good.
MUTUAL AID S0C1ETT.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized Julv Uth, 1877, Under the Laws o
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted July
, 1877, Under Act of Congress.
P. O.SCIirn President
C. T. KLU1) Vice President
J. A. UOLDSTINE Treasurer
J. .1. CioKDoN Medical Adviser
THOMAS LEWIS Hecretar-
J01IJN C. WHITE.... Assistant Secretary
K XKCUTIVK COMMI T 'V K 10:
II. LEmiITN, L. h. THUMAH.
J. C. WHITE, W. F. 1'lTCtIEH,
J. S. McUAHEY.
William Stratton, of Hlrattein Hird. wholesale
grocers; Paul U. Schuli, wholeesaleand retail drug
Iflst; lla.nii Lnightiiu, conimlssiuii merchant ; Jan.
H. Mcliahey, luniher dealer; J. .1. (tordon, phys
ician; J. A. (iulelKliiie, of (iolelstlne & Koeunwater,
wholesale and retail dry L'eeids. etc : Win. V. Pitch
er, yene'riil au'ent; Henry II. Ellis, city printer and
iioiik niiiuer; v nesiey niiynes, couper; Jno. U.
White, assistant secretary and solicitor: Alhert
Lewis, ueaieir in iiour anil cram; f . lfross, presi
dent Alexander County Hunk; (i. W. Iletidricks,
contractor and huihfi'r; Cyrus Close, mineral
au'ent; Tliomiis I.ewiM, secretary and nttoniev at.
law; I,, n, 1 unions, hroom maniilacturer: W . P
Itussul, contraetor tt nil t n i !ler ; ('. T, Kudd
agent tl. St. L. AN. O. rallituad: Moses Pliilllp.car
peiiler; II . A. Chumhley, contractor, t'aire), Ills.,
lfi'v. .1. Wpencer, cleriivnmn.St. Leuls, Mo.; J. li.
Hcthnni!, circuit clerk, Mississippi county, Charles
ton, Mo. ; J. II. Moore , luviver, Commerce, Mo.
1. Siugletnrv, phvHie.luu, Arllncton, Ky.; J. W.
Tarry, phvslc.laii, b'nlton, Kv. ; Win. Ryan, farmer,
Murrv, Kv. ; A. Htetnharh, inaniitnctiirer of sad
elle'rv, Kvansvilln, Ind. ; Ikn Andereou, secretary
lo superintendent C. St. L. t N O. rallronil, duck,
son, 'Venn.', J. H. Hohertson, physician, White
vIllii.T'enn. ; Thomas A. Oalmrii, hnruesa maker,
llolivar.Teiin . ; Wm. L. Walker, "Uixio Adver
tising AgunQ," Hollv Springa, Misa
HliN,I. P. Orakton, iStouy li. Ladd
IIalukkt E. Paine.
Lato-Commissioner of Patents,
I'AINK, ORAFTON &. LADD,
Altornoys at Law and Solicitors of Americas, and
41JKIFTII STREET, WASHINGTON, D. C.
Practice patent law in all Its hranches In the
n..i i I killn.. u.iil I., It,., fin iirufnu mill llmult
Courts of the United State. Pamphlet sent free
ou lecelpt of stamp for postage.
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Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COrPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOD WOUK D0NK TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGI1T1I STREET,