Newspaper Page Text
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 20. 1082.
Mayor N. II. Thiotlewood.
Treasurer T, J. Kirth.
'li-rlt lJennld. J, Koley.
('"iimolur Wm. II. Gilbert.
JlitrdiPtl L. U. Meyer.
Atlorii-y WUllKin Hendrlck.
boauu or aluium.
rir-i Ward-Wni.McHKT. M . Kimbrough.
Sc. Hid Ward-Jeeae llinkle, C. N. Hil?hea.
Third Ward 11. K, llke, John Wood.
K mriU Ward-Oharloa O. 1'attcr, Adolpn Bwo-
'"i'lUh Ward-T. W. Halllday. Brneat B. Pottlt.
Circii! .Indt'i! i. .f.llakvr.
Circuit Clerk A. U. Irvln.
County Judire 14. rt Yociiiq.
Comity Clerk 8. J. Ilnmtn.
County Attorney J. M. IMmroii.
l'iiiLity Treaiiirfr Milt W. 1'arker.
Sheritr -John lloditu.
Coroner K- Klif.Krld ... . .
County Commlhlonr--T. W. Halllday, J. A.
Clliln mill Peter Saup.
CA1U0 li.VrTIST. -Corner Tenth and l'oplar
) tret; preaching flrtud tlitrd Hundaya In
cacti month, II in. and 7:i o. m.: prayer meet
iliKTUiirnUr. 7:p. in. J Sunday rhool. .m
" It.'V. A J. HKnS, I'm tor.
.firoi'ii i.V THE IIRDEEMBR Blcopal
i Kmirii-niith atreet; bunday 7:00 a in.. Holy
tmhiirlut: l:SO am, ttunday nohoul ; U O J m.,
Morning I'rayera; :ip. m., Bnlng rrayera. r.
I'. Davenport, 8. T. B. Hector,
t Mli.sT MISSIONARY BAPTIST CIICHCH.--T
I'n hint! at W:W a. n... a p. ro., and 7:S0p. m.
.hiIm.kiIi acbool at 7:W p. ia Ke. T. J. Hhor.it,
t"J HtKAN-TMrteenth afreet; ierriee Hab
J bath l:i a. m. ; Sunday acuooU p. m. Hut.
MhilK-DIST- Cur. Elehlr- md Walnut atreela,
I'r.a. Mop Sabbath ll:0u. m. aud7: p.m.
h-un-l-. Mcuuol at :" p. m. lU-v. J. A. bcarrelt,
DkEH'YTKklAN -Etchtb nr'rt; preaching on
I Hal.-bath at U:J m. and 7:Sp. m.; prayer
ir.e.-Mi.i' V.VdiiMMlnv kt 7:.Y)p. m.i Sunday b-.bi.ol
t3p. m. lie b. V.ieor, pMtor.
L'T JOSEMI'--iBoinn Catholic) Comer Crota
) kint W&lbOt atrweta; erYlca Sabbath 10:Sa.
a..; Huudar School at'i p. m.; Ve.per Sp
r::i every day at . in. Kev. O Uara, rrteet.
ST PATRICK S- Roman Catholic) Corner S'lnth
trft and Washington avenue; ervlce Bb
Oitlmatnl 10 a.m.; Veapem 8 p. it.; Bonday School
a v. m. .rvkca eery day at 8 a. m. Key. iUiterwn
R. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. It.
Mall ,1:15a m I tMall .a
Accoin'dalloti.11 l't m KturuM .......11 :10 a.m
Kir'-at 4:' I1 m I Aecomdatloii. 4;ft p m
MHS CENTRAL B. 11.
M-ll iM m I tMall 5:p.m
tExpicn 10: m
ST. L. A C.'R. R
P.ipri'M In.i'ia m
Accini'dntloD. l:i p m
I tKxpr.-m 11: a m
(Sarrovt (Jaime )
I 'Kipi-M 4:S p m
Aecomdatoln 12:01 pm
AS. K H
tEnr..K il:p in I tBtprea S:W p tn
rc)ro aaiion. :iop m I tAccom'datton ll:ja m
WAHASII. ST. LOi:iS PACIKIC K T CO.
Mail A ki .... 4:4". vm 'Mail A Ex.... D.3)p m
Daliy except Sunday, t lily.
MoBILKAOIIIO R. R.
Mall rV.iHiam. I Mall ..8:50 p m-
BiprcKs :r a.m. 1 Kxprw P-"-
T I. I M
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv J.ino liuuuin
Making Dirkct Connkotion
Tiuins Li Caibo:
;i:U)ik m. Maili
Arrivlnaln St. Loula 45 a.m. ; Cbicay:o,H.3i) p.m.;
ACoMcHn at Udlnand Kfflnrt.m for Clneln-
uatii Louif ville. Iudianapoln and polnti Kad.
U IO ,j.m. Bt. liOvtiB iind WMtern
Arriving In St. LouU 7:05 p. m., tnd connecting
for all point! SVef t.
4:!i l.tn. Fust Kxprcfis.
lor St. Loul nd Chlcat,"'. arrlvrng at St. Louie
t(l:4U p.m., and Chicago 7:Jii m
-l:UO p m. Clnolnniiti Kxr'"P88'
Arrivius at Cincinnati 7:t a.m.; Louisville 7:v
n m ; lDdlanai.ll 4:00 a.m
th train reach the above polnti X't to JO
llot'RS In advance of any other route.
WThe i:i0 p. m. exprona ha PULLMAN
Kl KPPINUCAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
chanand tbrouKh .l.tepor. to St. Loal. nd
Fast Timo Kast.
P. .Annniu bTllil Uno Kihroaxh to Kant.
ilSSeillTClS ,.rn polum without any d.-lay
caused by Sunday Intcrvoiilni;. The Saturday after
noon ralu fr'Vm Oairo arrlvcn In new ?o Monday
Siral H?tlo::. ThlrtyiU bouralu advance of
YVrKroui-h tlckrti. nnd further InfonnHtlon,
nodV it II loliVoi.tral Uitilroad Depot. Cairo,
apply at iiMiioi.v j tj joNES, Tlcxot ARtitit.
A. H. HANSON. Own. I'm1". Anont. Cblcaito
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. II
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
KxproM and Mall limvea Cairo, every day except
Sunday, at I0:v!!i a. tn. Arrlv.a 4:35 p. m.
Accommodation arrlvoa at la:0J p. m. and do
pnrt at I :i ! m.
JR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OKFICR-ElKhtb Street, near Commercial A van dm
jyi. B. W. WUITL0CK,
Ortiui-No. 13(1 Comruorclal Avenue, totwueo
Jtgbtb and Ninth Stretu
MILL AND COMMIrtHION.
VL0UB, (tRAIN AND HAY
Hiehest Ctmh Pric Paid for Wheat.
CiiruraerciAl Avenue and Eighth Street,
P. IIHOSS. Pruldent. I P. NKKF. Vice Prca'nt
H. WELLS, Cshkr. T. J. Kerth, An't cahh
P. Broiia CVro I William Klute. .Cairo
Peter Neff .. " William Wolf... . "
CM Onu-rloh ' ICO. Patter "
E.A. Uuder " II. Well .. '
J. V. Clem on, Caledonia.
AOENKRAr. BANKINO BUSINESS DONE.
Kxchanue o!d and bonjjht. Interest paid In
the Saving Department. Colleciloue made and
all buslnun.H promptly attended to.
PROPRIETOR OF BPROAT'8 PATENT
WholoHulo Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY TilE CAR LOAD OR TON.WEU
?HKED FOR SniPI'INO
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
M1E REGULAR CAIRO AND PAMTAII
HENRY K. TAYLOR - Marter
GEO. JOBES Clerk
Le avea Padncah for Cairo daliy (Sunday except.
a' 8 a.m. and Mound City at 1 p tn. Hcturu
, L eavet Cairo at 4 p. m. Moiinl. City at 5 p. m.
(JAIRO CITY FERRY' CO.
On r.nd after Monday, June 7tb, and nnttl turtlier
notice thefortyboat will make trip as follow:
MAVI LllVXa LXiVXi
Poot Fourth st. MIourl Land'g. K.ntm.ky Ld g.
8:00 . m. 8:80 a.m. S a. m.
10:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m. 11 a.m.
8:00 p. m. 2:30 p.m. S p.m.
4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5;00p.tn.
2 p. m. 2:30 p.m. 1 p.m
THE A. B. SAFF0R1).
Dally packet between Cairo and Mound City Cup
lain Ati'tln Owen .
Leave Cairo B:S0 A. M.
' Mound City ::" "
" Cairo n:W" "
" Mound City l::m I. M.
" Cairo 4:W " "
" Mound fit v " "
rjlIIECITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Illinois.
71 OHIO LRVEK
A General Banking; business
TIIOS. W. IIALL1UAY.
JNTBW'RISK SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOS. W. II AliLlU A. Y,
W. K Lamhuim, rivor odltor or 'n Bui.ltik
alid ittamhoat pamonzor aijuut. Ordr for all
klndaofHUiamboat Job printing ollclled. Olllco
at Planter Hotel, No. bl Ohio levee.
Steamboats, bars, etc., occupy ft con
Bj)icu(iUH position in thu utorm of Friday
night, tho lGih inst., at St. Imis, and Sat
urday afturnoon at Cairo, Metropolis and
other points. At St. Louis tho towboat
Ulue Locio was torn from hor moorioga
and drifted out in the stream, striking olio
of the piers of the bridge sinking in a lew
moments. The boat is a total loss. The City
of Helena and the Annie Silver were
considerably damaged. Several barges and
flats were bIbo lost in the etomi. This i3
about the extent of damage sustained by
the storm at Hr. Louis. Saturday evening
about 4 o'clock the fearful hurricane caught
the Paris C. Drown, just above Metropolis,
in mid river, and blew both of ber chim
neys overboard. The passengers were
greatly alarmed, but no other dtinage was
sustained. The Jas. W. Gaff was just be
hind the Rrown, but escaped without any
YesterJay was a beautiful day, and the
sun shone out just as bright is if nothing
had happened Saturday.
Business yesterday throughout the city
had the appearance of more life than of
the few days past.
The mate of the Tatum handles the
sheelalah with considerable skill. Y'eeter-
day morning one of the colored roustabouts
on the boat was disused to bo somewhat
beligerant and refused to do bis duty.
When the mate argued the necessity of the
aforesaid roustabout going to work but his
persuasion did no good. He finally made a
very forcible impression by tho way of a
strong application of eheelalah which
knocked tho darkey out of time and tho
mate out of bis labor.
The Btearaer Metropolis, the towboat
Jennie Walker, owned by Capt. Ed Farley
and others at Paducah, was caught between
the wharf boat and the Hudson, and every
rib in her crushed like pipe stems. She
went down without a struggle, her frail
body being too weak to contend with the
storm, "thus a bright future sadly termi
nated." The Paris C. Drown arrived at 12 Sat
urday night, bhc had a g.md trip, and re
mained here all day Sunday, having her
chimneys replaced by a temporary pair.
She added here about 400 tons and de
parted at 7 p. m.
The Hudson from Shawueetown arrived
with a light trip early yesterday morning.
She received a few passengn and left for
St. Louis atC:.'!0 a. in.
Tho Fannie Tatum from St. Louis re
ported here yesterday morning at 6:30. She
had a moderate trip and left for Paducah
at 8 a. in.
Tho D. S. Rhea arrived and departed for
Nashville yesterday. She had a lot of mis
cellaneous freight aud some cabin and
Tho Annie P. Silver arrived from St.
Louis yesterday at 0 and departed for New
Orleans late last uiuh with a good trip.
Her damages by tho storm wero nut so
severe as first supposed.
The towboat Sam Roberts wi'.h a tow of
model barges passed down yestcarday at 8
o'clock a. m.
Tho Hue passenger and freight steamer
Guiding Star is duo hero to-lay for New
Orleans. Capt. J. I). Heglcr commands.
The Star is one of the finest boats iu tho
Southern Transportation liue, and her ac
commodations aro superb in evory respect.
Mr. Ed Brown, the prince of stewards, al
ways has his tables supplied with tho best
the markets afford. Passengers going south
by river can procuro tickets of Agent W.
Tho City of Greenville got iu from St.
Louis carl yesterday morning with a big
trip. She was detained by bringing out
tho City of Helena trip.
The Sto. Goiieviovu from St. Louis is on
"tlit" to-day for Memphis.
Wo learned by tho officers of the Fowler
last evening that tho Hudson did notcrush
tho Jennie Walker which was lost in the
storm Saturday at Metropolis. Bho broko
loose from tho wharf, and was swamped
going down iu 35 feet of water.
Tho City of New Orleans leaves St, Louis
to-morrow for the Crescent City.
Tho Anchor liner Bello Memphis leaves
St. Louis for Vicksburg this evening, and
id duo here to-morrow evening.
The river marked by the gauge las own
ing at 3 o'clock at this port 33 feet and
River rising at Cincinnati, and falling
slowly ot Louisville.
Tho Golden llulo from New Orleans for
Cincinnati is duo this mornig. If you
wish to go up tho Ohio in stylo aud com
fort, Passenger Agont W. F, Lambdin will
furnish tickets at ids office, No. 54 Ohio
leveo, at reasonable rates. Tho Rulo left
Memphis at 7 last evening with 50 cabin
The John 1J. Maude from Memphis ar
rived at 2 last evening, and departed for St.
Louis at 4:110 p. m. with a good cabin and
deck passenger list.
Tho Future City from below arrived at 5
p. m. yesterday. She had nothing but a
fuel barge in tow. She departed at 8 p.m.
for Ct. Lai in.
Tho City of Cairo arrived last evening on
her up trip from Vicksburg at 3 p. tn. She
came into port as if tho devils with his firy
chariot was after her; and in her run from
Helena to Memphis she comes to the front
with a record which entitles her to those
horns the City of Providence has worn
lately with so much pride. Rut her time
which is the best of any of tho Anchor
liners by one minute falls behind the Jim
Lee's hiht run, 15 tuinuteH and 30 seeonds.
Capt. (i. Thompson with the Shinkle
will be hero to-day. For pasn-igo see W.
F. liinb lin, agent.
If Nearly Dead
after taking some highly pulled up stuff,
with long testimonials, turn to Hop Hitters,
and have no lear of any Kidney or Urinary
Troubles, Dright's Disease, Dia'bets or Liver
Complaint. These diseases cennot resist the
curative power of Hop Hitters; besides it is
the best family medicine on earth.
Mrs. Myra Clark Gaines, the famous
New Orleans litigant, b:is succeeded in
clearing her son-in-law, J. Y. Christ
mas, on trial in the Criminal Court at
Washington for the killing of W. G.
Whitney, a son of Mrs. Guinea.
In West Tennessee, it is said, one-third
of the farms are incumbered with mort
gages. A big cast-iron dog in a Sacramento
store frightened away three armed burg
lars. A member of the Chinese legation at
Washington is 2'J years of age, and boasts
that he is a grandfather.
Esthetic swells in New York and Bos
ton have adopted tho single eyeglass,
after tho fashion of London snobs.
Ex-Congressman John T. Wilson has
presented Adams county, O., with .f'.r0,
000 for the foundation of a Children's
Judge James R. Drown, of the Blue
Ridge circuit, Georgia, recently sen
tenced a negro to the penitentiary for
natural lifo and thirty months over.
An Indian chief m Washington went
to sen the Ideal Opera Company. When
M. W, Whitney gave it particularly low
note the chief said: "Uh; him heapdug
A man who left Syracuse thirty-one
years ago without a won! to anybody
relumed last month and tried to'make
f"Iks think he'd only been fishingand was
determined to stay until he got a bite.
Co-operative stores are a success in
Philadelphia. Tho stockholders cat up
the goods, the president runs away with
the loose change, and the landlord loses
the rent for six months.
The latest style of Paris suicide is
shooting yourself while riding in a hack.
It is a good idea. You get a ride for
nothing. Not even a haekman would
have cheek enough to dun a corpse.
New York streets have 23,521 public
lights of an evening, 55 of which arc
electric. The consumption of pas by
the street lights last year was 17,10'.l,0ob
A young couple wero baptized togeth
er at Trousdale, Tenii., and immediate
ly afterward wero married, in their
dripping garments, by the same clergy
man. M. Trnn-Uguyenen-lIauh is a Chinese
lawyer now practicing in Paris, lie is
intelligent and sjienks French accurate
ly. He wears his cue rolled on tho top
of his head.
General Skobelell', tho Russian war
rior, has received forty-three challenges
from Germany to light duels in conse
quence of anti-German remarks iu his
Two American ladies, now at tho
court of Queen Margherita, of Italy, aro
spoken of as possessing jewels eclipsing
in brilliancy the famous diamonds of
tho Roman princesses.
There is a bachelor in Ipswich, Mass.,
righty-tive years of age, who has worn
the same hat for over sixty years. Ho
has never used anything but peat for
tires and ho burns tallow dips for light.
Gen. Sheridan has fought sixty-four
battles, and he never knew what fear
was until ho stood on his frontdoor
steps, and heard the bells strike two, and
realized that be had forgotten his excuse,
A young man writes to tho Akron
(Ohio) A'im to know how ho can livo
on $2.00 per week, and is seriously ad
vised by the editor of that paper to get
married and board with his father-iu-law.
The New York Hotel Mail finds fault
with tho lady at a hotel table who, at
the eleventh hour of decision, fringes
her plate with various kinds of food,
anil, when sho has poured gravy over
everything, gets her chin on a level with
it and shovels it in.
A Montreal tobacconist put some ci
gars on tho market that ho had given
tho nnnio of "1 like." A neighbor fol
lowed with tho "You like" brand, and
the "I like" man has sued his "You
like" rival for infringement of his trade
mark. The novel spectacle of a nolo it 1 jury
was presented at tho recent term cif
urt in Clarke county, Virginia, In tho
Wal of a colored ma named Morris for
dealing a horse. The jury brought in
s. verdict of guilty, and fixed his term of
Imprisonment in the penitentiary atfour
Sam Drunell, of Missoula, Montana,
was arrested recently for selling Honor
to a sipiaw. His counsel defended him
upon the ground that be was insane.and
tho jury acquitted him. He was imme
diately rearrested on a charge of insani
ty and convicted and sent to the asy
lum. II remarked that ho would just
as soon go to the penitentiary as the in
A license is required for marriage in
Illinois. A young man's wedding-day
drew near, and tho road to Galena, the
nearest licensing place, was in such a
condition that a horso could not boused
on it. The dist ance was seventeen miles.
He started for the license on tho morn
ing of tho appointed day. It was a hard
job, and he returned covered with mini,
almost exhausted, and barefoot, bis
boots having been mired and abandoned,
but he brought the license, and the cere
mony was performed in the evening.
Land nt Winnipeg, tho capital city of
Manitoba, has bounded in price from
"'' per acre, last fall, to $1,(SKJ per acre
now. Tho town is full of people. Tho
hotels are so crowded that guests are
glad to get a chance to sleep on the hall
floor. Meals are nerved from daylight
till late at night. It often happens that
weak men are injured by tho jam in try
ing to obtain a place at the tables.
There is an active demand for all kinds
of labor, provisions and building mate
rials. A New York beggar is said to earn
from 5.fH) to K.W a day by a trick
which seldom fails to excite the sympa
thy of Broadway pedestrians. His way
of attracting attention is to dart at a
dirty piece of food lying on tho side
walk, thrust the morsel into his mouth,
and crunch it between his teeth like a
hungry hound. Dut the effect of the
performance is somewhat lessened on
the luinds of those who know that be
curries crusts of bread and apple cores
in his pockets, ready to drop and masti
cate at the first favorable opportunity.
The New York Herald describes Dion
Doueicault as a short, stout man, beard
less save for a minute mustache. His
Shaksperiun head is perfectly bald, and
although over fiO he would pass for 50
years of age. In clerical attire he would
pass for a Roman priest. Ho dresses
simply, as he lives, wearing a silk hat
or a Derby, as chance directs; a short,
bobtailed coat, or a long ulster, as the
wind decides; never profanes his cos
tume with ornaments, and has no time
for nonsense save in tho way of busi
ness. The standard of intelligence among
trout would seem to be lessening, if the
latest inventions for their beguilement
are as successful a.s represented. Artifi
cial worms aro sold with all the capaci
ty for wriggle and none of the cold
clamminess so obnoxious to lady tis'hers,
and one of the members of the English
Fish Commission announces that he has
several times brought a trout to the sur
face with bits of paper. In tho High
lands last year a boy caught a number
with heather-bells strung on a baithook,
thus proving conclusively tho extraordi
nary progress of esthetieism. There was
prophesy in the old line, "die of arose
in aromatic pain," and whaling will un
doubtedly in time be accomplished with
lilies siel sharks and swordlish rise to
sun (lowers and daisies.
The extraordinary illegibility of Dean
Stanley's handwriting is well known to
all his friends, and has been supposed to
arise simply from haste and carelessness.
Certain correspondents bye lately
sought to prove that D ' in was tin
conscious of his mo., iu this direction,
but a statement from his old friend Max
Muller goes far to disprove their theo
ries. Muller complained to bini one day
of a dilliciilly experienced by himself in
writing, and well known "to all who
wield a pen many hours daily, being
called by some doctors Srltrt'ibt'krampf,
or writers' cramp. "Ah, don't you
know," Mauley hastened to answer, "I
have had something like that all my
life. 1 cannot control my fingers, and
that is why my handwriting has always
been so wretched." So far from being
unconscious the Dean himself told num
berless stories of the misunderstandings
arising from his illegibility.
Tiik Grand Central Hotel, GC7 Broadway,
is more centrally located than any first-class
hotel in New York city. It is well kept.
It has just been refitted and refurnished
throughout, aud the prices are $3 ami 3.50
per day, except rooms with parlor and bath.
In visiting New Y'ork dou't fail to stop there.
200 Room on European plan at $1.00 and
upwards per day, also a good restaurant at
tached. An old gentleman in Maryland said he
had raised his family on "Sellers' Liver
Fills," and considered them almost as essen
tial to a family as bread. That's true.
Tiioubakds of ladies cherish grateful re
membrances of the help derived from tho
use of Lydia E. Pinkbam's Vegetable Com
pound. Mr. Rikkknstein, Boston, Mass., writes:
"Your spring Blossom has cured me of dys
pepsia, ot four (4) years standing. I have
regained my normal appetite, can sleep well
arid feel like a new man." Price 50 cents,
trial bottles 10 cents. Paul G. Schuh, agt.
Kidney Complaint Cured.
B. Turner, Rochester, N. Y., writes: "I
have been forever a year subject to serious
disorder of the kidneys, and often unable
to attend to business; I procured your Bur
dock Blood Bitters and was relieved bo
foro half a bottle was used. I intend to
continue as I feel confident that they will
entirety cured mo." Prico 1.00. Paul
O. Lchuh, agent.
Jos. DuKitiNLUitoKU, Broadway, Buffalo,
was induced by his brother to try Thomas'
Eclectrio Oil for a sprained ankle; and with
half a dozen applications he was enabled
to walk round again all right. Paul G.
"Tiikv can not all lie," was the observa
tion of one while reading the endless testi
monials to "Dr. Llndsey's Blood Search
er." It is infallible.
Whil$ other Baking Powdr$ art largely
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
has been kept unchanged in all it$ original
purity and strength. The best evidence of
its safety and effectiveness is the fact of
its 'living received the highest testimoni
als from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analyzed it, trot
its introduction to the present time. No
other powders show so good results by the
true testthe TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo.,
taufMUrar. H..palla T.utfi.iai, Dr. Prim'. BpMlal
riafurlag lUlracU, Mil Dr. Prle.'i t'alqu FtrfiBM.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATlEIt & CO..
Oor. Nineteenth itreet 1 Pium Til
Commercial Avouue J UaUUf JLU.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
UREKAl EUREKA II
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR.
ANCE Cl'M FAMES.
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized Jnlv l ltli, 1 117 7, Under tho Laws o
tho State of Illinois. CopvrlRlitt d Julv
9, 11177, Under Act of ('ongrp.
I'. . SCH I'll
C. T. kl'OI)
J. A. OOLOSTINE.
J .1. OOKUON
JOHN C. WHITE
KXKCir'l'l V K COM M l'l'TKM-
II. LKHiHTON, !,. h. THOMAS,
J. C. WHITE, W. r. IM IV II lilt,
J. 8. McOAIlEV.
IIOAHIl Oli' MAN AC. 1CUS:
William Htrntton, of Stratum A. Hint. wli.luiile
grocer; I'atil ti. Wi luib, wholesale and retail dm
Hint; Hazuii LeiKhton, commlnalun merchant ; Jan.
H. Mciiabey, lnnilier dealer; J. J. Oordou, ib
Iclan ; J. A. Onlilhlliio, of Uolilntlne d UuHi-nwutcr,
wholusalu and retail clrv kihhIk, etc; Wm. K. litcli
i:r, general a'fiit ; lien rv If. liilld, city urlnter aud
bonlc binder ; Chonley Itaynea, Conner; Juo. C.
White, aMirlant nccretary and Holleltor: Albert
Lewix, dealer iu Hour and griiin; K. llrora. presi
dent Alexander Countv liunk ; (J. W, Heudrlcka,
contractor aud huilifer; Cvrtin ('lore, general
Kent; Tliomaii Lewla, aecretary and attorney at
law; 1 S, Thomas, broom nianulactlirer: W. K
UuaBel, contractor, and builder; C. T, Htidd
ai;eulCi.Sl. L.itN.O. rullui)H(l;Moie fbilltpn, car
penter; H . A. Cbiimbley, contractor, Cairo, III'..
Hev. . I. Spencer, cIcrjjvmnii.Ht Lenin, Mo.; J. 11.
lluthiine, circuit clerk, MiKMlMxippI county, Chnrlca
ton, Mo.; J. U. Moore , luwver, Commerce, Mo.;
I). SinRleUrv, pbvaicUn, Arlington, Ky.; J. W,
Tarry, ptivslclan, Kult..n, Kv. ; Wm. Kynn, farmer,
Murrv, Kv. ; A. Mcliihtu h, ninnii'ai'turer of tad
illerv, KruUHville, Intl.; Ike Anrtcr.on, necn-tary
lo enperlntenileut C St. L. t N (). railroad. Jack
pon, Tciin. ; J. S. RolierlHoii, plivilclan, White
vllle, 'I'enn. ; ThomaH A. OclMirn, harucm maker,
Hollvar.Teu .:Wm.L. Walker, "Dixie Adver
tinluK Atfencv " Uo!lv hortna. Mi-
NEW ADV F.llTlHKMKNTtt.
BOARD: 3.00 PER WEEK, .00
SPEOIA L RATES
roMTorncs, AI.LKN triitNas, roei co. ill,
DIXON STRINGS are .Ittiatcd In a pnr of thn
dark Mountain, ten mllei from Oolconda and
fourteeu mllei from Vienna, In a beautiful valley
urrotindedby blU clllTrt.
The icenery la utmurpanaud and the water !
ftroiiK with mineral propertied. No. t la atronn
w.tb Iron, No. il with m amies i a, anlpbur and Iron - a
free uae of the water has proved an uufalllnii reme
dy toy Dyap pl, Jaundice, Mver Complaint,
Kidney ttuctton and Clironto Diarrhoea. A) a
iummer reaort Dlion Hprluaa 1 donorvedly popu
lar, bolnit quiot, secluded and cool, fre from dint
and moaqultooi, Seaaon from flrat of June 1 1 flr.t
ol December. JOB. K. I.KMKN.