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Circuit Judga D.J.Bakrr. j
Circuit Clark A. H. Irvin.
County JndireR. H Yocura.
County Clerk 8. J. Humra.
County Attorney J. M. Damron.
t'ouutrltoMurer Mllo W. Prker.
Coroner K Fltsirerald
Coonty Commissioners T. W. Halllday, J. A.
Qlbbs and Peter hup.
1 Mayor N.B.Thiitlewood.
Treasurer T J . Berth.
Clerk Dennis. .1, Foley,
CounselorWui. B. Gilbert.
Marshal L. D. Meyers,
Attorney William Hendricks.
SOAJU) Of ALOBHHll.
first Ward Pater 8anp. T. la. Klmbrongh.
Second Ward June Hlukls, C. N. Hughes.
Third Ward B. F, Blake, John Wood. o
Fourth Ward Charlet O. Patter, Adolph Swo-
brifU Ward-T. W. Halllday, Ernest B. Pettlt.
CAIKO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and Poplar
streets; preaching first and third Sundays in
each month, 11 a. m. and 7:30 n. m. i Pry nB '
lnR Thursday. 7 :30 p. munday jc W, 8 .30 a.
CHURCH OF THE RBDEEMKR Kplacopal)
Fonrteenth street; Sunday 7:80 a in.. Holy
Eucnaslst; :0 a. m., Sunday school
Morning prayers ;8:0u P. m., evening irayers. If.
P, Davenport, 8- T, B. Hector.
T7IK8T MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHTOCHj
r Preaching at 10:80 a. n., 8 p. m., and 7:3fl ( p. m.
Babbath school at 7:80 p. m Ret. T. J. Shores,
LtTHKRAN-Tbirteenth street; u-rUet Sab
bath 1:80 a.m. J Sunday schooU p. m. net.
'. Knappe, pastor.
METHODIST-MJor. Eighth and Walnnt streets,
Preaching Babbath ll :00a.m. "7:80 P.m.
Sunday School at :00 p. m. Rev. J. A. Bcarrell,
PKESBYTERIAN Eighth street! Pihta on
Sabbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. ; prayer
meeting Wednesday at 7:80 p.m.; Sunday School
at 8 p. m. Kev B. V. Oeorie, pastor.
ST. JOSKrO'S-iRoinan Catholic) Crnor Cross
and Walnut streets; services Sabbath 10.80 a.
n. , Sunday School at p. m. ; Vespers J p. m. . ser
vices every day at 8 a. m. Rev. O'llara, Priest.
ST. PATRICK'8-(Rouian Catholic) Comer Ninth
street snd Washington renne,'a,trJi8rhooi
bath 8 and 10 a. m. ; Vesper. 8 p,
8 p. m. sorvices every day at 8 a.m. Rev. Muftersou
priest. -: .
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Caiiio, Ills . December 10, 1881.
The regnlar annual meeting of the stockholders
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CAIItO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER
ST K. TttUl'I.a kOUS.
Gems were flasblnir, eyes wore shining,
- Funs with liinir'rous frrnoe. were swayed,
Twhs so like a fairy vision
That you looked on bitlf afraid.
But when music oinHhod and quivered,
And the sinner's volco, so nwoot, ,
Kwiir up to the iflliiod rafters,
flowers falling at bur feet.
Then you lounod In silence forward,
Curved, ripe-red lips apart,
All your looMu (fold hulr u-qulvcr
with the throlililnir of your heurt.
Cheeks snow-wbiU' thmi limning hotly,
I.iiHtrnus, starry eyes nnhl no,
Littlo, warm, white tlngers shyly
Creeping, Ueuihliiig, into mine.
Not a lndy there, that nte ht, dear, .
C'liul In clouds of porfumod luoo, .
Dot would give her rarest Jewola
For the irlory of your face.
Well, 'twas only your Hint opora,
And no woiuler that your heurt,
Bowing down, should throb and quiver
At the inatttor-toiirh of art I
OnOOSIHO A DAUGHTEB-IN-LAW.
BT RDTH RANSOM.
"ft'sof no use," said Mrs. Doshwood
plaintively. "I can never learn to like
that girl. And if Felix marries her I
shall be wretched 1"
Felix Dashwood, a tall, handsome
Jroung man, of three or four-and-twouty,
ooked in dlsnmy-at his mother.
"Dearest mother," said he, "what is
the trobble with Madeline? I am sure
she is all that is sweet and lovable!"
Felix Dashwood had committed a
fault that is not uncommon to man.
lie was trying to make his mother see
through tho medium of his own eyes.
He had fallen de-peiately in love with
a young beauty, proposed to her in the
fever-boat of the moment, and brought
her homo to Dashwood Hall to receive
the maternal blessing. And Madeline
Wostford, as theoretical and inexperi-'
enced as wa ho himself, had never
doubted but that Felix's mother would
love her as tenderly and devotedly as
Felix had dono.
She was a pretty, bluo-oyed girl, with
a deep dimple in her cheek, lips as red
as coral, and a profusenessof burnished
golden hair, which floated over her
shoulders like a cascade of yellow
"May I call you motherP" said Mad
eline, prettily, wlion she first camo to
"Certainly," said Mrs. Dashwood,
stiffly. "But don't you think your hair
would be neater put up in a netP"
"All tho girls at school wore it so,"
said Madeline, who was just graduated
from Madamo Estello's seminary for
young ladies. "And nobody sees a net
"Those long, trailing drosses', too,"
said Mrs. Dashwood, critically eying
the fan-shaped train of Madeline's
cream-colored serge dress. "In tho
country hero we mostly wear our skirts
of a walking length."
Madeline looked doubtfully down at
the lovely dress, with its flounces and
"I have always worn trains," she
said; "and doesn't itsoem almost a pity
to cut them off?"
"Just as you please," said Mrs. Dash
wood, chilling visibly. t
Madolino did not enjoy her visit to
Dashwood HalMialf so muehiis she had
expected; and Mis. Dashwood inwardly
'determined that of all daughters-inlaw
w hom Felix could possibly havo se
lected Miss Wt stford was tho loast sat
isfactory. But it never occurred to her
that she did not quito fathom all tho
depths of Madeline's character; nor
that Bhe- was looking for a woman's
matured virtues in a girl of seventeen,
just out of a boarding-school.
"I don't approve," said she stiffly,
"of girls who lio on sofas tfnd read po
etry all day, instead of trying to learn
a little housekeeping; and as lor needle
work, all tho Kensington stitch and
crewel patterns in creation won't take
the place in my estimation, at least
of good plain stitching and stocking
darning. Madeline Wesiford and I can
never, never become congenial!"
To Felix Dashwood'a inOnite araazo
mont, however, the conversation was
here interrupted by Madeline herself In
the offending croara serge dress, with
tho loyoly, oiouily trosses of gold fram
ing her flushed face, and a now glitter
in her blue eyes.
"I didn't mean to bo a listener," said
she, "but I was half asleep in the shady
drawing-room, and when I heard my
own nnmo I couldn't help sitting still
for a moment; and perhaps it is just as
well. I I have feared this for a long
titno. I am 'quito certain of it now.
You don't like mo, Mrs. DashwoodP"
"To bo fiank," said tho frigid mat
ron, "I do
"I am sorry," said Madolino, softly.
"I should have liked you to love nie.
And vou do not wish mo to marry Fe
"If you wish mo to answer sinporo
ly," said Mrs. Dashwood "no."
"Then I won't marry him," said
Madeline, pulling of tho little tuiquoiso
ring which Felix had given her for an
engagement ring in those bright, sweot
d:tys which seemed so long ah, so long
ago! "I will marry no man whoso
mother Is not ready to take mo into her
lioiirt of hearts!"
So tho engagement was broken off, '
and Madeline wont home again.
"Don't fret, Felix," coaxod sho.
"It's a deal bettor for .you, if you oan
get UHi'd to tho idea, if ever I havo a
mother-in-law, I mean that sho shall
love mo oh, so dourly !"
To Mrs. Dashwood'a surprise, Felix
took this overthrow of his heart's dear
est Imp s very coollv.
"1 had hoped that you would learn to
lovo Madeline," ho sitld. "Indeed, I
do not know how any ono could help it.
Hul if you can't why, there's an end of
tho iiiitttt i !'
Within a few days Mrs. Dashwood ro
ccktid a Idlor from Cousiu Thospia, a
young lady from the West. Cousiu
J'heMiiu was cnmlnsr to Dashwood Hall.
to got acquainted with her unknown
relations. Tho old lady's hoart leaped
up wllhiti her.
TuriiRps Felix will tako a fancy to
ThoMl:i," said sho to herself.
And she made haste- to refurnish tho
Utile blue boudoir, fill the tiny conserv
atory with fresh flowers for tho chill
November days were beginning to
glonni across tlio horizon now and lay
out a pi'ogi iitnitiu of umusomoiit for the
Cousin iVespla camo, a black-oyod
KM nearly six ( ot high, who luwgiiiul
like a peal of bolls, talkod all tho slung
Kit tho mvdoi n vounu lady, aud duoUrud
onenly that Bhe found the East unutter
ably slow. .
"1 shouldn't have come here at all if
I hadn't an idea of going on the st age,"
said sho. "I suppose It's the best place
to study up and get new ideas."
"My dear," said soandalizod Mrs.
Dashwood, "why on earth should you
go on to tho tho stage?"
"Because I like it," said Thespia in
Apparently Cousin Thespia liked Fe
lix Duhwood also. She followed him
out evon to the stables horses, she de
clared, were her delight; she chatted
with him in the long, lire-lighted duaks;
she sang dashing ballads to the piano
for his espochil delectation ballads
that were widely different from poor
Madeline's dreamy nocturnes and oft
sonatas; she openly declared that "he
was the very nicest fellow sho had met
since sho crossed the Big River."
Poor Mrs. Dashwood'a maternal
heart sank within her.
"Felix," sho said, on ono of the rare
twilights during which Mr. Dashwood
was not monopolized by his loud-voiced
cousin, "I do hope you won't become
interested in Thespia Clifton.".
"Mother," said ho, "your counsel
com os too late. I am already 'inter
estcd,' as you coll it, in my cousin
U-'elix," sho almost screamed, 'you
' are not engaged?"
"Yes, mother, I am engaged. Was
not that tho very thing for which you '
Mrs. Dashwood burst Into tears.
"A girl who luughs like a plow-boy,"
said sho "a girl who is dotermined to
go on tho stage a girl who suggests
. improvements in one's very stables, and
culls us Eastern ladies 'an awful sight
too slow!' Folix, Felix! you will break
"It seems to me, mother," said tho
young man, with a shrug of his shoul
ders, "that vou are very difficult to
pleaso. Madelino Wostford did not suit
vou, and this young lady from the
Mrs. Dashwood lifted her hand dop
recatingly, and began to shod a few fee
ble l ears.
"Felix!" she sobbed; "oh. Felix! I
havo been so foolish! If this girl were
only gone if you were only re-engaged
to Madeline I think I should be quite,
quito happy again! For indeed I did
not know how sweet, and womanly and
perfect dear Madelino wns until "
"Until it was too late," quietly ut
tered her son. "But here is Thespia.
Lot her speak for herself."
Miss Thespia Clifton camo in liko a
gust of iml, dragging ono of the house
dogs by tho collar.
"He's lame, I think," said she nois
ily. "I bio ight him in to look at his
foot by tho lamplight. Eh? What!
Mis. Dashwood crying! Why, what
tlio dickens is the matter with vou
' Thepia," said Felix gravely; "my
mother wishes to ask you a few ques
tions." "Tlio catechism, eh?" said Miss Clif
ton, comfortably seating hersolf. "Well,
drive on, cousin Dashwood. A fair
fi Id and no favor, eh?"
"Is is it true," whimpered tho old
lady, i'lhai you are engaged?"
"Of eourso I'm engaged," nodded
the fair Ama.on. "And. what's more,
we nie to be married in April."
"Married !" gasped the poor oll la
dy. "Oli. Tli' Spia, Thespia, give up
tho mad idea! You nro not suited to
him. Your tastes do not agree; you
never, never would make him happy!"
"How do you &now?" blurted out
Thespia. "You never saw him in your
"Never saw him!" echood Mrs.
Dashwood. "Never saw my own son!"
"But it isn't your own son!" said
Thespia, Indifferently. "It's Maior
Miles Keatly, of Leadville, Colorado,
that I'm engaged to. Your Eastern
men can't hold a candle to him!"
"Thank heaven!" cried poor Mrs.
Dashwoi-d; "thank heaven!"
"So say," remarked Miss Thespia,
who was now busied in examining the
"And now," faltered Mrs. Dashwood,
with avoi tod face, "if Madeline would
only forivo you, dear Folix "
"I am engaged to Madelino ns close
ly as ever," said Dashwood. "I Iovod
her 'oo dearly ever to ivo hor up."
"But but will she cvor pardon
"Try her and see," Bald Folix, laugh
ing. Madelino camo back the next day, all
smiles and sunshine, and ran into tho
old lady's wide-open arms.
"Dear, dear mother," said she, "I
shall bo so glad if ou will only lovo mo
with all your heart."
"Indeed, indeed I will!" said the old
lady, joyously. "Of all daughters in
the world, you shall bo dearest to mo."
For Mis. Dashwood had arrived at
tho conclusion that it is a disastrous
thing to jneddle with tho curront of true
A Bare Bird of Montana.
There is found in many localities of
Montana a bird of tho grouse species
known as the fool-bird or hen. It ac
.quired h peculiar nnmo from iU tame
noss. The sight of an eagle or hawk
will drive it1 to cover, while it has no
moro fear of the human faco and form
than a common barn-yard fowl, lid
plumage la glossy and beautifully varie
gated. A portion of its breast is of
spotless white, and lis back la not un
like the plumii'ge of the mallard duck.
Tlio moat is white and far suporior to
that of auy other fowl,
mm t m
Ho camo up a little lata, stepped in
without ringing, and striding softly In
to the parW, dropped into an oasy
chuir with tho careless grace of a young
man who is accustomed to the pro
cram mo. "By Jove!" he said to tho
figure silting in dim obscurity on
sofa; "hy Jove! 1 thought I was ni
going to soj you n'-am. lour
never goes away from the house
da.fl. does alio, Minnie?" "WeJ
nmaziiurlv fieuuentlv." oh(V(
plied tlio old lady from the kn"
niu's tiwav so much of . her time
havo to stay in."
II. E. Caiu'Knthk. Em.. Honderso1
Y., cured of Psoriasis or Leprosy, of t
years' standing, by the Cuticura Heso
internally, ami (juticura and (Juticura
externally, iii0 m0Bt wonderful cb;
Iftiw TOE GREAT -tltf
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General Bodily Pains,
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a (, isw, timple and rhrup Fxturtial Ktuicdy.
A trial entails but the coruiruttvi'ly tritliiie outlay
of SO OntN, and every ono fiiflerini; with palu
can have cheup and positive proof of iu claims.
Directions Id Eleven tangutiKe.
SOLD BT ALL DEUQQI8T8 AND DEALEEB II
A.VOGELER & CO.,
Jlaltimor. JtfdM V. M. M
Such as Cone uniotlon, Bronchitis, Asthma, (loner
si Di'billty, llriilu Kxlmiiotion, Chronic On
stlputloti, Chronic 1)1 wrliua, liynu nMa
Or Ijohb of Nervous Power,
Are positively cured by Kellsws' Compound Hyrup
.As phosphorus enters io larvi.ly into the animal
economy, it becomes par exccllame thu boot vehi
cle with which to Herniate the other vitalizing in
L'rcdlctit of healthy blood, nervy and miiKle. In
KelloMs' Kyrup of llvpopbosphttes are combined
all the snhslances neceefury lo iiiKUro rolitiKt health
and when as it wait invented with a view to supply
every deficiency, It certainly has performed mine
Manchester. N. II., June 1H, IsHl.
Mr. James I. Fellows: Dear Sir I wish to ark-
uowledne the greut beneflt I have received from the
ue of Fellows oiuimiiiiuI m tud of llvmiphns'
phites. I have been an invalid for nearly two years
with a broneb al affection thin had become chronic.
Id the fn 1 of Itt'ri 1 hud a physician eighty days in
succession,, bende the touim'l of several others
They gave me but little euconr iit'-inent, souu- of
tnem none, l.oct July 1 was advised to trlve year
remedy a trial. I did so, and in ler than one week
there was a murkeil Improvement for the h -ller. 1
hsve continued Its use from that time until the
present, improvlnt! all t e time, ami I ran truthful
ly say I bat I am more than a hundred pi r rent hot
ter thn wheu I commenced tt ho. I have increas
ed tn weight shout fifteen pounds, a'.d my cough,
which wn fearful, has Uenrly ulsiippeured I be
lieve had it not been lor your Syrii, I shoulders
this hsve been beyond the curen'of I'fc.
Very truly yours, AI.HKltr HTolfT.
W D not be deceived by remedies bearings
similar name; no other preps atloniss subt!tute
for this, under any circmuslauces.
FOR SLB BY DKfciUISTS.
A New and compii'to Hotel, fronting on Levee
Second snd Itailroad Streets,
The Passenger Depot of tho Chlrat'o, 8t, Louis
and New Orlenns; Illinois Central; 'Wabash, St.
Louis and Paclllc; Iron Mountain and ttmthurn;
Mobile snd Ohio; Cain and Ht. Louis Railways
are all Just across the street; while the Steamboat
Landlnx is but one square distant.
This Hotel Is heated by sham, has steam
Laundry, Hydraulic Klevator, Klectrtc Csll Hells.
Automatic Firo-Alarms. Paths, absolutely puro air,
perlect sewerage and complete appointments.
Snuorh furnishings; perfect service; and an tin
Ij. P. PAUKICIl Ac CO.,Iiissip
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADI MARK. The Great Entf-
nsii remedy, An
tinfallini; cure for
potency mid all
us a seiiliuice
of sulf-iihuse; as,
Before dn' Mine,
dimness of vision, nremiituru old aje, -rd muuy
other diseases that lead to insanity,, consumption
or a premature gnivn. ' .
rrFull particulars In nnrpi-phlut, which wo
deslao to send free bv mull tf) everyone fyTh
Bpociiicnieuiciiieissoi,n v all druifiil"! at 1 tier
acKSire, or six packages for Jli, or will he sent fioe
V man on recoi puitiiio money, bv addresslni
( TUE OKAY MK D1C INK CO.,
Uvrrnu), N. Y.
will tho Woathorbo To-morroWi
til m t fonilells
uorriH'ily sny elmiiKes
In Hie weiil her 12 to W
foot and llellublu, We will send It, tMlverttlfrrt, 10
nny address on receipt of One polhtr. The Host
Wpnlhrr Indlenfor In llin World Jut the
thliinfora CHRISTMAS l'KICSKNT. AnentH wiinll
everywhere, Henil forelreiilnr. (If onrr of imitation,
CBWKUO TUKHMOMEIT.lt WOUKH, Oswego, N. Y.
QN TIUUTY DAY'S Tit U Li
Wcwlll send Dr. Dee's Celehrnted Klne.tro-Voltaic
Holts snd other Biuctrlo Apiillnnrus on trial for
80 davs to younn men aud ether purons allllct
sd with Nervous Debility. Lost Vllallly, etc. ttusr
antoelnu speedv relief and complete restoration of
vluorsnd manhood. Also for ldiciimstlsm, Neil
ralnU, Paralysis, Liver snd Kidney dlllleiiltles, Run.
turosand many othur diseases. IMustrntsd pamph
1st snl freo. Address Voltaic Hell Co., Marshall,
I ; '1tHf .4' ' ' ' ' A :
tTH lii'l tVS rmrm
A valnsbla Discovery aad New Densrtnrs In Ms4
leal KiIodcs, an nllrelr Now and puslttnilfBlfmitlva
KxiBeiljif.ir tli ipaiL and prniauat. Oura ol Burnt-
bui Kmludloes and Impoteucy br the only trus
way, via: Direct ADPliuutlon to tho prlacll Hntvt
pi the llun.tB, aotlus by Abnorntlon. and aiertlnK
ltsiwlnulutluncuoa theBuintuiil VeaiclM, SJao
ululory Duc ts, ProataUOland. and Uretnra. Xhn
oae of the ltnuixriy In atttindoil with no pain or Inooo
Vnnlnnee, aud dis not luUtrfora urltb the ordiaary
pursuits of Ufa i ft Is quickly dissolved aud sooa al
Sorlxnl, nroduaiDtf a iuiiuedlatH sonlhlnii and r tor
stive sl'iwt Usia the sexual and unrvoua orsauic
tions wmoked from Bulf-abuiMiand sxomwhs, ntj.pifuc
the druln from tlie ynim, roatorlng the mind to
bnallh aud eound uiemury, romovlud the Dlnme4
or SiKht, Nervous DvliUlty, Oonfuuloa of IdtiaK,
Aversion to Society, etc, eto., and the appxaranea
of vrcuuiture old oks usually acnonijiauylntf this
tronlile.aad rlorlni perfect Bexuul Vmur. ohnra
It bas tmaa dorainat for ywirs. '1'hls moltioc truat
meat bu stood the tmit la irf sivra emits, and La
ociw a proonunood suornas. Drufta are too much pro
scribed In thaw trouhlos, and,vs uaor can boar mt
&esB to, with but llttft If any ptjrnianttDtgood. Tor
la do Noui.nj alwut this 1'noiaratioa. rrmettcal ob
servsti.neoljleus to iHMiklvely guanintns that It
will RlvesuliafucUcm. Durlua the eitfht rHars that
It bas been. In guneral use, we have thousands of tmit
finnUlsasto its value, and Itfs now oonottlml by tha
ludlcal 1'rofmnlun to Imi the most rational means yn
disoovHred of rauhhtg and curinsr this very prevaluut
trouble, that Is well nowo to bo the caune ol untold
mlMiry to so many, and apoa whom quacks prey wltb
tbnir usultMS Dostrums and bltf fees. The IlwDiedy
la put up In n.at boxtts, of threu situs. Ko. 1, leouuita
to last atuonUj.i S3; No. B. isulbclent Wertuct auur
tnanent cure, unlss la sovere caswt,) (6f No. 3.
(Unllntf over thrt months, w ill stop emission anil
tU)r Tk-or lo the wont caw,) $7. Hnt tir malt
SMkMl, In plain wrapiwrs. Full DIKEOllONb fuk!
uslntr win ocoompiiny EACH BOX.
I IrtHalrtnaAuatoHtlrut i llHHtratioHm V
Hrtui rur f turn iH-ut riptiv rnmpn-
sua i raioniiiiy, wnirn riiironrlHr
I fAa swf sfcepf.ml that (AruniH be
1 rrntorrditprrtertmaHhonf,atul fU- I
trit fur Ihm ttttlirt nf life. iwie urn if J
ujfi rttd. tmUt VXJLk by
HARRIS REMEDY CO. MF C CHEMIST
Market and Qth Stt. ST. LOUI8. M(X
The Best Known Remedy for
BAckacho or Lame Back.
Rheumatism or Lame Joints.
Cramps or Sprains.
Neuralgia or Kidney Diseases.
Lumbago, Severe Aches or Pains
Are Superior loall other Plaster.
Are Superior lo Pads.
Are Superior lo I.ini as mis
Are .Superior to Oinlmrut or Salve.
Are superior lo Electricity or al vavalaai
They Act Immediately.
Tory Soatbe. ,
They Relieve Pain at Once.
They Positively Cure.
Bonson's Capcine fumns Plafc
aveljeen imiiatml. l)o
Wtw IVilinot allow vour druirtrist to
palm n8 some other plaster tiavmp a similar
roundin? nsme. 8e that the word Is spelled
C-A-I'-C-I-N K. Prce V. cts.
SEABURY A JOHNSON.
MDiilai:lurili( Chemirte, N'w orl
I MIIHK I I Ii:i) V AT LAST. Pries ISC
L Mt AD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PLASTER.
D E A F
Dr. Peck's Artificial Ear Drums
rt:itFMTLY ItKHTOIIK TliR HR.kHISf0 '
aud perforin me wot ut ih aitiritl Itrem.
Alwnvs in poouon. hul lutUlhto lo ullra.
All Ounvarsulion and evu wlileiiers beard dis
tluetly. Ws rtt.r te thou aua tb.es. Hend for
deserlntive eireular Willi te.iUinoiilals. Address,
H. P. K. PECK A CO., S Uroudaay, New Vark.
business now before the public
1 on rsn make money faster at
orK ror ustnau atauvthtni
soi" Capllsl not needed. Wa
will start you. WlJsdnyand
tinwards made st homo br thu
lrdustrlnus men. women, hoy snd k'lrl- wanted ev
cry where to work for us, .Now Is the time. Vott
can work In spare llineoiily or iflve your wh'ile time
to the business. You can live ut home and do the
work. No other business will pay you nearly as
well. No 0110 can fall to make enormous pav by
enKiigliiK at once. Costly outfit and terms free.
Money uiaJu fast, easily aud honorably. Address
Truo & Co., Annum, .lalne.-lU-i.
MUTUAL All! SOCIETY,
SUBSTITUTE FOR MFK IXSUE
WIDOWS' & OltPJIANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
0rganl..tI.Iulvl tth, 1077, Under Uib Ijtwa 0
tho .Mute of Illinois. Copyrltlitcd July
I), 1877, Under Act of Congress.
. Prnsldi nt
C. T. HI 1)1)
J. A. tlOI.DSTlNK
.1. .1. (KIKKHN
JOHN C. WHITE.
! KXKUUTiVM COMM1TTKK
11. LKIOIITON, lo h. THOMAS,
J.C.W11ITB, . W. F. PITCH KK,
. IWAItlJ OF HANAOEUS:
William HI ratten, of Stratum & Hlrd, wholesale
grocers; I'liul 0. Schuh, wholesale and retail druu
SI st : llnzeii L 'IkIiIoii, coiiimlsslon merchant! J as,
. Mi'tiiihey, lumber dealer; J. J. Cordon, phys
Iclun; J. A. (Inhlsilnu, oHoildnlinc K Hi senwutur,
wholesale and ritlall dry goods, etc; Win, K. Pitch
er, Kuucritl aeni ; Hum ry II. Kills, city printer and
book binder; Chuiluy llaynes, (Jooiinr; Jno. O.
W'liltu, ssslsimit secrutury and sollcllort Albert
Lewis, dealer In flour and drain; F. Dross, pros),
dent Alexander County Dank ; . W, Hendricks,
contraclnr anil builder; Cyrus Close, Kcnural
nutit; Thomas Lewis, secretary and attorney at
law; 1..H, llioiiuis, broom manufacturer; W, K
ltussel, contractor snd tiillder; 0, T, Kndd
nnoiit C. Ht, Ij. itil. O. ralliiosd ; Moses Phillips, car
penter; II. A. C'liumhloy, contractor, Cairo, tils..
Itiiv, , I. Spencer, ciernvinun.Ht 1hiiIh, Mo. ,, II,
lletliuuu, circuit cleric, Mississippi county, Charles
toil, Mo.; iT. II. Moore , luwver, Contmercn, Mo.r
1). hinifletsrv, plivslclnn, ArllntMnn, Ky. J, W.
Tarry, phvslclnn, Kulton, Iiv. Wm. Itjan, farmor,
Murrv, Kv, j A. Htclnhuch, nmniuscturur of sad
dlerv, Kviiiisvilln, led ; Ike Anderson, secretary
to superlutendeiit (J, Ht. I.. A N O. railroad, .Isck-'
son, Teiin.l J. (I. llohorlson, phvslclsn, Wblto
vlllo, Tenn. 1 Thomas A. Ostium, harness maker,
o lvsr,Tenn,t Wm. L. Walker, 'fllile Advo
ttsluK Auu3," Uollv Hurlnea, Miss