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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. AVEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 1882.
Mnyor N. II. Thistlowood.
Treasurer T. J, Kerth.
t'lcrk- iMinls. J, Knley.
f'..iiniilur--Wm. II. Gilbert.
Murchal L. II. Meyers,
HO A HI) fir ALUIHIUN.
r'lrat W nr.l-Wm. McHln. T. M . Klmbrouijh.
second Ward-Jenau llinkle, C. N. UukIibh.
Third Wnrd-ll. K, Blake. John Wood.
Fourth W aid Cliailea O. I'atlur, Adolph Swo
tioila. Kifih Ward-T. W. Halllilay, Brneat B. Pottlt.
Circuit Jiitu"f 1. -J-HnUt r.
Circuit Clerk A. II. Irvln.
Con ii I y Judge It. 8 Yocum.
County Clc.ik S. J. llumm.
County Attorney J. M. Dainrori.
County Treasurer Miles W. Parker,
(cruller It. Flixgerald
County Commlfeioncrs-T. W. Halllday, J. A.
(illilia und Peter haup.
tAIIUJ BAPTIST. -Corner Tenth and Poplar
utrwtn; preaching nrt and third liiindaye In
each month, II a in. and 7. P. m.j prayer meet
Iiik Thursday, 7: p. m. ; Sunday school. :i a.iu
K Iter. A.J.UKS8. I'm tor.
"I III' KO 11 OP TUB KB!BBMKKButMm'l
Kj lourLienlh trwt; Hunday 7:t)i m., Holy
Km hariiit : :S0 a. m , Hunday acbool ; ll.lUa in.,
Momlui; 1'rayurs; :o"r. m., Etenlug Prayers. F
I'. davenport, 8. T. U. Hector.
IMIisT MISSIONARY' BAPTIST C1ICKC11.
V I'n a- Line, at 10:'i a. a.., p. m.. and 7:80 p. m.
i.hha'lt school at 1 :) p. m llv. T. J. bburei,
ilTIIKKAN-Tlilrtecnth atreet; services Hab
j (mill 1 . :v i a. m. ; bunday school 2 p. m. Hot.
KTIft iDIST Cor. Elk'htb and Walnut streets,
.M Preaching Habbatu ll:ua. m. aud7:i p. n.
MiU'Uv hdiool at : p. in. Key. J. A. bcarrett,
IiltlisllYTEItlAS-KUhth street: preaching on
1 habbath at ll:uo a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
mi-tlM' Wednesday at 7:.1'ip. m.; Sunday bcbuol
all p.m. Kev H. Y. 'iere, pastor.
l-T .HisKPH H tltotnan Catholic) Corner Croes
O and Walnut streela; arvlc bVibath 10:3 .
n. Si, ti'lar School at i p. m.; Veapers 3 p. m.;aer
iirv ery'ily at 8 a. m. Iter. O'Hara, Pried.
C'T PATKICK'8 (Koman Catholic) Corner Ninth
na:b e and 10 a. m.; Vespera J p. m.; Bunday Bebool
i, p. :n. a-rvlcea every day at . ra. UeT. Muatrrauu
U. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CKSTKAL K. K.
TIUINI Iltl'iKT. TRHtBIMVI
v n SrlTiam
Ui oin iHtloii.ll :10 a m
Arcomdatlui..4:0s p. in
uku ClfJTt(l. H II
tVUll 4-: ml tMall -.. S:'p.m
IKiprcM 10:lSa m tKiprct Il:am
hT. L. K K (Narrow Gauge )
Kxprt !'):. a. in I Eipr 4:'tf p.m
ArLiim'dntlun. 1 : Ji p tn I 'Accoia'datoin UM p.m
ST I. . I M A 8. K. R.
Zx tir' ll:.Hip.m ItKiprt-a" P m
lAcoim oauon. t; m tAwim'dation U:4Sa.ni
WABASH. ST. l.OLHA PACIFIC K'YCO.
Kt.... 4 ts.inMU Ex.... :iDp m
Da ly ticupl Sunday, t Daily.
MOBILE A OHIO R. R.
VUll twin. I Muil .:p.w
Kxpreft. a.m. KxpreM p.m.
LLTXOIS CENTItAL II. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv .Lino Kurmiru;
O DAILY TRAINS
O lOrom Cairo,
Making Dikkct Connkotion
Arrlvlneln St. Louis 4.'i a.m.; Chlcaijo.Misnp.m.;
CotmtlnK at Odtn and Kfflnrttm for Cincin
nati, Loillnvillo. Indmimpolia and pointl fcast.
11:10 n.rn. St. l,ouiB mul AVetitt'rn
ArrlvlnclnKt. LotiU 7:05 p. m., d connectini?
fur alfpoiutd Wcit.
4:Ui) p.m. Kant Kxprcw.
r St. Loiiin nd ChlraRO. arrlvinn at St. Louie
tilUO p.m., and ChicaiS" a m
.:'J() p.m. rim-innuti Kxpress.
Arriving l Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Lounvlllo 7:J0
a m.; Imllaiiapolla 4:iw a.ni. rWny
tbm train reach the above polnln I J, to JO
UOlMtS In advance of any other route.
frTli4:'JH p. tn. exprow h PULLMAN
M.hKl'I.Nt) CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
rlini!un, and through tlimpcra to St. l.oum ami
Fast Timo I'last.
I , , ,,,,,,111 hy thin lino (roihrouh to K.aat.
J JlSSOllOl S ufn poiuu without uy ilnlay
ratinflil ly S'uiitlar IntiTvonlni!. The Hatnnlay after
n on train from Cairn arrive. In t.nw Yo-k Monday
Siiir Ht ThlrtynU hour lu advance .(
V-XVth'rniii:h tlrkt and furtbur Infornmtlon,
A. II. IIANHON, Uon. l'ftM. Atluut. Chicago
ST. LOUIS & CAIRO K. R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
Kxproim anil Mull leavnn Cairo, every day except
Buiiilnv, lit IOi'.Ti u. in. Arrlv.a 4:35p. m.
Ai'commoilitllon uirlvua ui 12:0) p, m. and do
J)R. W. 0. JOCFLYN,
OKCICK-Klglith Street, near Comoerclal Avennu
JR. B W. VVUITLOCK,
Ornui-No. ISA Commercial Atenno, b'ltween
JtKhthand fSlnth Streuu
MILL AND COMMISNION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
HIirhBtCBih Price Paid for Wheat.
Commercial Avenue ami Eighth Street,
m 'u '.HSi ,'r'",1' n I . NEKF, Vice Prca'nt
II. VS KI.L.H, UMiler. I T. J. Kerth, Aan't cri-Ii
f- Brf"'" -.. Cu'ro I Wilm Klut,e. .Cairo
Peter Nell " William Wuif....
t.M Ontcrloh " c. o I'atlur '
K. A Huder II. Wella '
J. Y. Clcmaou, Caledonia.
A OBSBRAt, BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Bxchance o!d audboui;lit. Iuleron puld In
the jiavlujra Department. Collection! made and
all buatueM promptly attended to,
PROPRIETOR OP SPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
?CKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Specialty.
O K F 1 C K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leree,
THE REGULAR CAIRO AND I'ADUCAU
HENRY E. TAYLOR M.ieter
OEO. J0BE8 Clerk
Loiive. Padncah for Cairo daily fSundays except
ii rt a. ni. and Mound (.' ity al l p m. H iurn
, I. .-avea Cairo at4 p. in. Mouud. City at 5p. m
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
a4 W?B -
THREE rJrGS2 STATES.
On r.nd after Monday, J one 7th, and until Inrther
notice the fenyboat will make trips at followx:
MaTB! LIAVCI LIATI8
Foot Fourth it. MlMonrl Land'fr. Kentucky Ld g.
8:00 t. m. 8:.K a. m. 9 a. m.
10:1)0 a. tn. 10:30a. m. 11 a. m.
3:Wp. m 2:30 p.m. 3 p.m.
4:00 p.m. 4:80 p.m. 6;0up. m,
2 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 8 p.m
THE A. K ISAFF0RD.
Dally packet butyveeu Cairo and Mound City Cup
tulu An -tin Owen.
Leaiee Cairo H:.W A. M.
' Mound City 8:.'io " "
" Cairo II::10" "
" Mound City P. II,
" Cairo 4::K) ' "
" Mound Citv 0 " "
rjllIE CITY NATIONAL LANK.
Of Uitlro. Illinois.
71 OHIO LBVKB.
A General Rankiu? business
TIIO8. V. IIALL.1DAV.
JNTKRl'KISK SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, .
- EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOS. "W. II AL.LID AY,
W. V. Laihim, river editor of i'ns Hum.tim
and BlLiimbont pa-Hnnnr agent. Onlen fur all
klndHofBteHinboat Job printing aollclted. Ofllco
at Planter! Hotel, No, M Ohio levoe.
HTAdKH OK THIS III VKU.
The river nmrkml liy tin-gftugo last even
ing ot 4 o'clock Ht jliis port 'M feet 7
inches mid riwin.
PittMliiirg, June 20 -4 p. m. River 8 feet
7 inches and falling.
Cincinnati, June 20-4 p.m. River 20
feet ami fulling.
Louisville, Juno 20-4 p. m. River 11
Nashville, June 20 -4 p.m. River 8 feet
11 inches and rising.
Ht. Louis, June 20-4 p. m. River 20 feet
0 inches and falling.
Business on tho leveo ami wharf boats
looko I quite lively" all day yesterday.
Weather warm and sultry.
Barney Crane returned front New Or
leans hy rail yestenlay. Ho gays "ridin"
on llin keers" may suit some people, but ho
will stick to his text and take tho steam
boat every time.
The Annie P. Silver was loading hero for
New Orleans for forty odd hours, and then
could taken more it rpoiiirrs 11 nil of
freight to fill her craw. Sho left last night
for the Crescent City.
The Sle Genevieve from St. Louis arrived
at 4 Yesterday evening. Sho nnlu had n
- . r-- j
mixlorate trip and departed for Memphis
at 9 p. m.
Tho beautiful steamer Guidiug Star for
New Orleans leaves this morning. Tho
Star is the flag thip of the Southern Trans
portation line, and passengers who may
he so fortunate to travel on her will ro-
ceive every atlention essential to comfort
ami pleasure from her worthy officers,
(.'apt. J. D. Hegler commands.
The Jas. W. GalT from Memphis is due
here earl to -morrow morning for Cincin
nati. The John A. Scudder arrived from New
Orleans yesterday morning at 11 with a
light trip, and left at 11:30 forSt.Louis.
The Vint Phinkle from Cincinnati ar
rived at J p. m. yesterday with a fine trip.
Mr. Juno Wright, tho HtRaMe clerk of The
Hailiday, was a passenger on tho Shinkle,
and bruin-lit with him hi. Iinmlsoino brido,
foimerly of Madison, Ind. "Madison's loss
is Cairo's gain," and we hope the young
couple w ho are just starting out in life may
never know a sorrow nd their future lives
be crowned with happiness and prosperity.
The Gus Fowler arrived at 2 :D0 yesterday
evening, and departed at 5:4j p. ui. fur IV
Tho Hudson leaves St. Louis this evening
and is duo here to-morrow evening for Pa
ducah and Shawneetown.
The Funuio Tatum will report hereto
day ior St. Louis. She hails from Padu
calt and Ewald's iron works on tho Cum
Wc failed to mention the sinking of the
Champion No, !i iu the list of casualties 011
the river at St. Louis Friday night, lGth
iu&t , in the memorable storm of that date.
Wo had the pleasure of perusing the Pa
ducah Laily Times of tho 17th inst., a very
neat and spicy six column morning paper,
recently established, published and edited
hy C'apt. A. M. Hardy, an ablo writer, but
g-o-l-l-y what a "Red-hot Republican."
Tho Times parades a good river column
which is all O.K., but tho political part we
The City of Baton Rouge is coming up
tho Mississippi in a big hurry. She passed
Vicksburg Monday morning at 0 o'clock,
making tho run to that place from Vicks
burg in 33 hours.
The U. P. Schcr.cK passed Vicksburg
Monday morning at 7. Sho is on her way
up for Cincinnati.
The Belle Memphis from St. Louis is duo
for Vicksburg this evtuing. Capt. McKee,
Capt. Carter, in command of tho City of
New Orleans, leaves St. Louis this evening
for tho Crescent City. She is duo hero to
Billy Pell, pilot of tho John Gilmoro, is
in tho city rusticating until tho return of
his boat from New Orleans.
Bed-Ridden aud Cured.
W. Fi. Iluestis, of Emporia, Kausns, says
that his wifo had been sick nearly seven
years, and for tho last tour months bed rid
den. Sho has been treated by a number ot
pbyucians and only grow worse. Her at
tention was called to Dr. Pierco's "Golden
Modical Discovery" and "Favorite Prescrip
tion," which sho commenced using. In one
week sho could sit up, and in three weeks
could walk about. By Druggist.
Allon's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $1. 5 for 3. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allon'i
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cain by Barclay Bros.
Mr. Blauvelt has returned from his busi
ness trip north, and resumed his position
at tho desk in the ollJeo of Messrs. N. B.
Thistlowood & Bro,
Mr. Jewett, the popular salesman for tho
great willow warehouse of Samuel C. Davis
& Co., St. Louh, was in the city yesterday.
Mr. I). W. Liink, the jolly state printer, or
Springfield, Ills., was in town yesterday.
Mr. Alex C. Brown, traveling salt sman
for Bayles Brothers it Co., (jueensware
dealers in Louisville, Ky., was in the city
yesterday. H0 will bo remembered by
many citizens as having delivered seveial
very interesting temperanco lectures atoll
Reform hall soinu years ago. Ho and bis
family will be at Dixon Springs after tho
5th of July.
General Debilit) and LiverConipliiint.
R. V. Pierce, M. D., Buffalo, N. Y.: Dear
Sit My w ife has been taking your "Golden
Medical Discovery" and "Pellets" for her
liver and general debility, and has fouud
them to bo good medicines, and wouTd rec
ommend them to all Milh' reis from Liver
Complaint, Hour Stomach, and General De
bility. Yours fraternally. N. E. Harmon,
Pastor M. K. Church Elsah, III.,
I hear from friends in London, says a
Paris letter, that Mrs. Langtry will pos
itively not visit the United States for the
present, nnd possibly not at all, wherein
she makes a great mistake. I think,
however, that the American public would
have been disappointed in her, so far as
her beauty is concerned. It wad tho
praise of a prince that gave her her re
putation for exceeding loveliness, and
not her own superabundant charms. In
America, where very lovely women aro
anything 'hut rarfi, she would have at
tracted but little notice, had it not been
for the pother that had been raised about
her. Not that she is not a handsome
woman, for thai sho certainly is, but de
cidedly she has but few claims to bn
ranked among tho handsomest of her
sex. Her face is positively defective,
the beautiful hair and large' lovely eyes
being counterbalanced by tho broad,
heavy jaw, and, by no means, small
mouth. Her ligure is line, and her com
plexion is (or at least was, two years,
ago, when I last saw the lady), perfectly'
wonderful in its camellia-leaf purity and
smoothness. I am told that on the stago
she is extremely handsome, but the best
clitics aver privately that she can act no
more thau a broomVick. She is inor
dinately vain, und poses perpetually. I
have seen her in the lobby of the Covent
Garden opera-house once while waiting
for her carriage, leaning against tho
wall in her favorite attitude, posing a
though sitting for her picture, her head
turned so as to how her nrolile. and her
chin depressed for the purjio.se of keej
ing tho ilefectivo lines of the jaw-bono
in the background. Peojile. formed a
ring around her and stared at her, but
rdie let them stare. It was her profes
sion to be a beauty, and sho was jirao
ticing her profession w ith all her might,
I havo been told that she has been heard
to lament in pathetic terms her hard lot
in men being able to find any creature
on earth as lovely as sho is herself. I
think, if she ever comes to tho Tinted
States, her yearnings will be satisfied.
The French Idea of Women.
Women havo uo worse enemies than
One must be a woman to know how
Woman conceals only what eho does
Woman is a creature between man
and the angels.
Woman is more constant in hatred
than in love.
Most women curse sin before embrac
Women who have not tino teeth uly
laugh with their eyes.
Friendship between women is only
a susjiension of hostilities.
Women ask if a man is discreet, as
men ask if a woman is pretty.
When a woman is no longer attrac
tive sho ceases to bo inconstant.
Women never weep more bitterly than
when they wec with siite.
Tho must chaste woman may be tho
most voluptuous, if sho loves.
When a woman cannot be revenged,
they do as children do; they cry.
A woman and her servant, acting in
accord, would outwit it a dozen devils.
A woman forgives tho audacity which
her beauty prompt tis to bo guilty of.
Women like balls and assemblies as a
hunter likes a place wliero game abounds.
Woman is a charming creature who
changes her heart as easily as her gloves.
A Good Tiling to Eavo.
The New York Tribune, is an advocrtto
of incubators, This can be seen by a
glance at tho following talo narrated by
the serious man of that journal: "Wo
once kttew an lionet old farmer iu
Orango County who happeucd to be on
tho toi of his barn ono day with an in
cubator which he had purchased tho
week before. What lie was doing with
it there wo never heard -perhaps ho
took it up there to store it. At all
events, hajiponing to look over tho edge
of the baru, ho saw a fox creeping slyly
towards some chickens. Whereupon bo
promptly hurled the Incubator at tho
thief, and his aim being good tho fox
was laid out cold. Tho farmer said af
terward that ho considered tho incuba
tor worth twleo what It, cost, him, nnd
that hn would never 0 without ono, on
top of his barn, in the futur.)."
Since David Davis advised a number
of women who were looking for Govern
ment places to learn kitchen work and
be Independent and useful, ho is avoid
ed by all applicants and scorned bythoso
Brcsden's Famous China,
The history of Dresden china dates
back to tho year 1710. Until recently
tho work has been carried on in tho old
castle whore tho charmed secret of "how
to make it" was discovered. A number
of commodious buildings are now used
for tho work andoccujiiedby seven hun
dred workmen, we. had almost said
artists, for they certainly deserve that
name. The china is composed of a mix
turn of feldspar and "kaolien." The
process of making is very similarto that
used in tho making of anv china. Tho
principal charm is tho skill and care
which is used. When one sres tho
numberless processes of mouldinr, trim
ming, baking, decorating and polishing
through which each piece of china, and;
indeed, each tiny flower passes, we do
not wonder at its great cost. This
china has been imitated very widely,
but. one ean always tell the genuino
article by the royal mark, which is two
There are two qualities of Dresden
china; the second ean bn distinguished .
from tho lirst by tho addition of two lit
tle grooves, runningat right angles with
the swords. The difference between
these classes arises simply from the fact
that in baking tho second-class articles
have not, retained their perfect form.
Buying Bottom Land.
Tho Detroit Free Press saye: A year
or two ago a Michigander who was in
New Orleans thought it would bo a nice
thing to own somo real estate, in the
South, and he wasn't long in discover
ing a Mississippian who could accom
modate him. For what he considered
an extraordinary rheap prieo tho Wol
verine took in 00O acres of what the oth
er called rich bottom lands, and came
home with his hat on his ear. This last
winter he found a Dotroiter who was go
ing down that wav and asked him to run
over the farm and see what sort of rop
erty it was. A letter was received from
the traveler tho other day which read:
"I didn't run over your purchase, but
1 did the next best thing 1 sailed over
it. The name of tho lake is Lake De
spair, and your bottom lands are at the
bottom of tho lake. Didn't see any
signs of a croj) on them, but presume
you will have no trouble in growing al
ligators twenty feet long. If you want
the other JJ.imh) acres 1 think they can
be had at the same price. Please write
One swan will cat a gallon of fish
spawn in a day.
A GOOD BARGAIN
Will be L'iven somo enternriseinir man
in Tntc uullktin Building, which is now
offered for sale on easy terms, ong timo
ami low rato ot interest. The building
has rented for the past year for
fifty to sixty-two dollars per month.
1 iiu property consists ot 4 lots, and two
brick buildings -a three story 40x60 and a
two story 10 x 45. Has a frontage of 50
n et on w aslnngton avenue and 150 feet on
r?th mrtxt. If desired the maoliinvry, ,.n.
gine, boiler, Ac., in tho 2 story building
will be sold with it. For particulars ad
dress this ollice, or Jofcu U Oberly, Bloom
Pucklen's Arnfen Salvn
The Best Malvo iu tho world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores. Ulcers. Salt Uhenrn. PVvnr
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
mortis, and all Man hruntions. mul nnsitiv..i,r
cures t lies, it is L'tiarantccd to iivn ner.
. . . ; vv
feet satisfaction, ormoni v refunded. 1
' .ni I lir BIIIU l)V UKO. It
Over 20(1,000 Howe scale have been sold
and the demand incrtasiii'' continually
llorden, Selleck it Co., agents, St. Louis,
Goto Paul (1. Schuh lor Mrs. Freeman's
Ju-w National Dyes. For brightness and
iiurtnility ot color are uneniialed. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are voU disturbed nt niirhr mi. I I ir ib iiii
- - - UlUltVII
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with tho excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at oncu and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it: there is no miHtalo.
about it. There is not a mother on eartli
who lias ever used it. who wi 1 not tn von
at once that it will regulate tho bowels,
ami give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, ooeratini' liku mainc.
It is perfectly safe to uso in all cases, and
jileasant to the taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of onu of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United Srnfnu
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
Du. K link's Gkkat Nehvk Rkstmier is
the marvel of the iil'o for all nerve diseases.
All fits stopped free. Send to 1)31 Arch
street, Pbiladelpia, Pa.
Tub Color and Lustrk op Youth aro
restored to faded or gray hair by the use of
I arkcrs Hair Js.alsam, a harmless dressing
highly cHteemed for its porfuinu and purity.
Tub Grand Central Hotel, (107 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, and tho prices are $3 and 3.50
per day, exccjit rooms with parlor and bath.
Iu visiting New York don't fail to stop there.
200 Rooms on European plan at $1.00 and
upwards jer day, also a good restaurant at
tached. Kidney Complaint Cured.
B. Turner, Rochester, N, Y., writes: "I
have been forever a year subject to serious
disorder of tho kidneys, and often unable
to attend to business; I procured your Bur
dock Blood Bitters and was relieved bo
lero half a bottlo was used. I intend to
contimio as I feel confident that they will
entirely cured mo." Price f 1.00. Paul
G. Lchuh, agent.
"Thicy can not all lie," was the observa
tion of one w hile reading the endless testi
monials to "Dr. Llndsey's Blood Search
er." It is infallible. .
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O O A. L
13 Stoves ID
S Tinware. B
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATlElt & CO..
Cor. Nineteenth atreet) PoirA Til
Commercial Avenue J VttHU, Ilia
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
UREKA! EUREKA 11
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized Julv Uth, 1877, Under the Laws 0
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted Julv
9, 1877, Under Act of Congress.
P.O. SClIUIl President
C T. kl'Dl) -....Vice President
J. A. UOLDSTINE Treaauror
.1.1. UOKUON Medical Adviaer
THOMAS LRWI8 Hecretar-
JOllN C. WIUTK Aaalatant becretary
KXKUUT1VK COM. MITTIC Hi
ll. LKIOIITON, L. b. THOMAS,
J. C. WU1TB, W. f. I'lTCUKK,
J. 8. McUAIlKY.
HOARD OF MANAGKH8:
William Htratton, of Stratum & Bird, wholesale
grocer; Paul U. Schuh, wboleaaluand retail drug
glut; Hansen LelKliton, commiaaton merchantman.
8. AfcOahey, Itimher dealer; J. J. Oordon, pays.
Iclan; J. A. (lulilntlno. of Oolil.tlne Konnnwater,
wholesale and retail dry good, etc; Win. K. Pitch
er. Kuunral aumit; Iluury H. Killn, cltjr printer aud
book biuder; t'healey llaynos, 1,'ooiier; Juo. O.
White, HanlHtant secretary and solicitor: Albert
Lewis, dealer In flour and (Train; F. Gross, pre si
dent Alexander County llankjO. W. Hendricks,
contractor aud builder; Cyrus Closo, general
agent; Thomas Lewis, secretary and attorney at
law; L. 8, Thomas, broom manufacturer; W. K
Kussel, contractor and builder; C. T, Kttdd
agent C. Ht. L. N. O, rallaoail;. Moses Phillips, car
penter; II. A, C'humhley, contractor, Cairo, Ills.,
Kov. J. Spencer, clergvman.Ht Leuls, Mo.; J. U.
Hethuna, circuit clerk, Mississippi county, Charlea
ton, Mo. ; J. U. Moore , lawyer, Commerce, Mo.;
D. Blngletarv, phvslclan, Arlington, Ky. ; J. W.
Tarry, physician, Fulton, Ky. i Win. Ryan, farmer,
Murrv.Kv. ; A. Stelnbach, man 11 lucrum of sad
dlerv, Evanavllle, Iud.;lke Anderson, secretary
to superintendent C. 8t. L. N O. railroad, Jack
son, Tenn.; J. 8.- Robertson, phvslclan, White
vllle, Tenn. Thomas A. Oaborn, barne.a maker,
Boll tar, Ton .tWm.L. Walker, "I)Uia Adve
tiling Agtucv Ho'lv Sprlnrs.Mim