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THE DAILY CAIRO B IJLLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21, 1882,,
Xayor-N. B. Thiatlawood.
Treasurer-T J. Kerlh.
Clm I'l lii'l J. Koloy.
Counselor VI m. B. Itllburt.
MnrahlL. H. Meyrra,
anor 117- WI'HMtn Her dries.
HO Oil) or LDKMft".
Kirt War t-Wo.Mc Hale. T. M . Klinhroiich.
Voiid Wsrd-.le-a.! llwkla.C. N. nuKhe.
Tlcrd Wurd II. P, Make, John Wood.
Kooith Wr.l-Chrli U. I'tin, Adolph Bwo-
'"'!'h Ward -T. W. Hallldav. Brnest B. Putttt.
( 'limit In I M- t.
Circuit Clerk-A. 11. Irvm.
( oiiniy J u Jg K. .i Yoimiu.
County dura H. J. Iliunni.
County Attorney-.! M. lumron.
County Treasurer-Miles VV Parker.
Mierllf lolw llodifes.
County Coniml-sinners -T. W. lUllldsy, J. A
lilblm and Peter Map
C-i U KO HAITI ST -Corner Tenth and Poplar
street; pn ui hiiiK ftct and Cord Sundays In
. iiioo'i. 11 m nd7:i.i. m. i pfr'
-illUKH OF ITI.'J RK!.KKMiK -((tplfot)'j
ly KoJitecnth itre.t; Sunday 7:rm m.. Holy
i;,l,iiri; H:i i. m . Sunday school ; 'I o in..
Moftnt! riT-. P ni.. Evfultiit Prayers, r
J'. 0v nporl. . 'I'. H- Hector.
I 'I KM' MISSIONARY HAPTIST '.'l1rRCn -v
m at I" n... a p. in., nd 7 p m.
nl, .mli ar.h-ol t 7 ::Ul p. in Rev. T.J. Shorn,
I i' : ( 1 U VN 1 M t'" i''h tn-rt; fflit !
1 ti'h 1 .:' in.; httiiiUy school a p. ni. I1"'
(si, ; i pal ir
Mr I'MUKIT -Cor Klehth nd Wsn.it airts,
I -rea-hl'ii! hhhii' H :'. m. and" l p.m.
miii l. iio il i i.'niji m U J S'.atott.
1)f i "HYTKKIAN -Klylnh strt; p-ra'Mot. on
MhV'ti st ll 'ii ft. in. and 7;W)p. m.; !'''
n.i', i".' W'dn-.lKv t 7: p.m.; Handftj Hcheol
i :i m. Kev H. Y. 'iorj, paator.
l-'I ,iiKI'H S iKoiuftD Catholic) Corner Cross
-n l Walrui mmiii. wnlfM Sahbaih 10:on
v 'indv h. b'l t 2 p. m ; Vpr t p. m.: tvt
rule n.rday l ft. in. Per. O Ur, Priest.
CT PATRICK H -(Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
k 'r..t n4 W'Kl,lriiiou enn; tflrTlcoi Kb
o h e nd 1') . m.; x)m t p. m.i 8nndy School
t ,. n. n-rvtcM ry dy l S m. Re. MiUiUTii
K. K. TIMK CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL H. R.
T ..... t.ir.KT THH"HITI
Mml.. S.'lj .m
, i-.jmMiition.il :I"
Kit.r-c 3 M o.m
M!1 4: .m
AccomdailoH..:i5 p m
MIH CENTRAL R. R
t M ill 4 li m I tMftll
Ibipio 10: m I tKipri f..
NT. L. ft '. R R. (Narrow ngo )
Eipri l'C!.m I KiprM 4: p.m
Ak ou'dntlun. 1 P m I Arcom'dntoln U:! p m
KT L . I. M. AS. R R
Ex pro ll;Hip.m I tKtprr" - S:V) p m
Mrm attion. Wp m tAccom'dmlon 11:4j m
WABASH. ST. LOUIS PAl.IKIC H'Y CO.
V 11 k .... vro I Vll Kx.... 9:'Jip m
D;iy firiipt Sundy. t Ufttly.
MoniLK OHIO R R:
:":). tn. 1 Mail P-
iEir ':' 'n I KiprfM p. ni.
gT. LOUIS it CAIRO R.R.
TRAINS KVN AS FOLLOWS.
Kjpr" nd Mall W'avf Cairo, fvcry day Mtept
Suixlav. at M:-.'.") a m. Amt,itpn.
A. rommodaiioti arrive at li:04 p. m. nd de
part at lr."Jp. ni.
Walnut St., near 12th.
SUM MEKTKIiM, lioni July 5, 12 weeks
FALL TERM, from Oct. 2, 12 wMks
TI TMON Foil TERM
Common School. Academic nd CommiTclal
I C I-:N UV F IO V l), TPHchor.
QEOUOE II. LEC1I, M. D.
IMiviv.M.'in nnd Surgeon.
Spr-clial attention paid to the Homopnthlctrot
m"iit of uri;lcl dlaoao', ami dmcai-oa of womuo
" infoarViV 1 llli Mrcirt, oppoxlta tho Potl Oillce,
Cairo, III. .
JJU. W. C. JOCVLYN,
OKI'ICK KltrhtH Hireet. tiar Cnmnerflftl ATnnM
. K W. WHITLOCK,
Orrmi-No. 131 Comruiirctftl AvutiD, hitwfton
Kifhth and Ninth Htru
pRorniKTon of ernoAT'8 patent
Wholenalo Dealer in Ice.
ICK PY THE CA.R LOAD OR TON,WELI
r(JKED FOR SHIPriNO
Oar Loads u Specialty.
Cor, Twelfth Street and Levee,
Whilt othtr Baking Powderi art largely
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
has been kept unchanged in all itt original
purity and strength. The besi evidence of
its safety and effectiveness is the fact of
it: .'.u ring received the highest testimoni
os from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analyzed it, fret
its introduction to the present time. No
other powders show so good results by the
true test-the TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACID BAKINS POWDER
-MAD 15 BY
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louia, Mo.,
M.hrlrar l.op.ll" Tut .. Kr. Prkw'f ftpMlal
rim.wl.f ftll(trt., Ur. rrlc t'.l,.. PwfiBM.
120 Broadway, New York,
of fttiy Life Insurance Company
IN Till'; VVOltt.D.
(it aloiie Uduci
Hipnlatinif that the contract of Inmranco ' (tiAil
l.ot hn dhp'itcd" alior it I three ye r old,
and flint filch poilcice elialt l)
on receipt of atlfctcry proofaof death.
It policy la clear and coDclae, and contiilm
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
N R liKll) YOTR l'Ol.ICirs. Oinumrc tin
hort and ilmpln form uanl by tho Biiullable with
he loliu ami ODaciirc cunirnci loaiicu miwii nu
tcchulcalltlo Indued by other coinpaoie.tl
Its CASH RETURNS
to poller lioldera am
N. n. Son thii manv lottera from pollry holdon
xprltiK their Krmillcatlon with the return fron
their Tuntini Havinui KfNi) 1'oucua.
HocattKe of Urn
Assets Securely Invested
Rurpluif 8pcmply Invested, iiearly
Office, cornor 12th and WaahlngtoB.
Notember W, lWl.mddw
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY HY CIIAS. CCSN'INO-
II AM, I1I10KKK.
8:3 I'. M A n'iiPt '., 1SKJ.
AutiiHt. S . ptHinbcr. Ottolmr.
I'ork $JI vn fa lij i tji 7.1
Wht-at 1 U iw. li;
Corn 7.'.', ;v 7IS
W. K I.amuiiin, rlvjr cviuor of i'iib Uum.tii
imd atcuiubuit pa mimi.t u:iit. Oraitr for all
IclndaofHtct-nboat Job pinuln? illcltcd. Olflco
lit I'lnter Hot.;), No. M Olilo luvut-.
HTA'iKH OK TUB RIVER.
Tin: rivpr nmrkc'l by tlieyaiigij luri even
ing hi I o'clock ttt tliU port 17 fi-ut
i inrlij3 and falling.
I'itUl.iir, An-. 2:J-0 . in River 11
inch's nn'l fulling.
Cincinnati, Au. 23 -0 p. m. River 8
foct 8 inclics ari l fullin;,'
liiiiiiavillc, Au. 0 p. ni. River (J
feet 0 inch': and falling.
Nashville, Auif. 2:1 -1! p.m. River iVet
'i inelie and falling.
St. Iiniis, Aii. C'J li p. in. River 11 feet
11 inrhvsand falling.
The Paris C. Mrown arrived yestenhy at
1 1 a, m. She hid ni'iirly all the freight she
wanted; added alxuit one handred tonn
here and left for New O.lotns at 8 p. m.
Tho Port Bad left here lint evening fur
New Orleans with several barges loaded
ith wheat and oilier freight.
The fine steiuicr, City of Vicksburg ar
rived last evening at 2 o'clock. She was
flying light und left for St. Louis at 2:U0
The fine steamer, Hudson from St. Louis
is due-this evening for Piducah, Sliawne
town and Cniontown, Cipt. J ha Griffith
master of ceremonies. For passage see
The Andy Baum from Memphis is due
here early this morning for Cincinnati.
The Baum has first-class accommodations
and her rates arc reasonable. W. F. Lamb
din will furnish tickets.
The rivers are all going into a decline
and nothing but the water euro can save
Capt. Sheppurd with his famous saw
mill boat is still h re.
The city ot Providence arrived from St.
Louis lato last evening, received consider
able freight and left for Vicksburg with a
fine trip last night.
The Vint Shinkle was detained twenty
four hours between Cincinnati and Louis,
ville. but she will report here early this
A writer in tin1 .Ioiirn.il Km-hi re
lates a touching incident in Postoefky's
exile life in Siberia. In tho lnnisehold
of a certain officer, to wluwo charge tho
novelist and other prisoners were at ono
tinie committed, was a governess, to
whom belonged a number of tame
pigeons. Tho governess wa considered
t (Thrive great iiitlnenee over tho officer,
and the exiles stood duly in awe of her,
though among themselves she was spok
en of as "Nyetka" (a disrespectful
dimintiliveof Anna). "Nyetka' s pigeons
used often to fly into our yard," says
the narrator, "and manv of ns looked
at theui with covetous eyes. The ward
ers, however, kept a sharp lookout that
wo did no'i catch any of thrtn."
One young pigeon grew particularly
attached to loMocfsk v, who fed it reg
ularly with bread, so i hat it came every
day lo him for its dole. At first the
warders were fur preventing this, but
seeing that Dostocfsky meant the bird
no harm they winked" at tho slight in
dulgence. One day the prisoners, on
necoiint of some unusually laborious
work uiHiii which they bad been cm
nloyed (luring the day, were brought
back to the prison n little earlier than
the wonted hour. It happened that
they passed by the ollieer's house just
as thogovcrness was feeding her pigeons.
A madcap thought came into postoefs-
ky's head, lie, yielded to it, and whis
tled his favorite to him. The birds all
rose in the air, nnd tho prisoner's pet
tlew up to him and bogau circliugrotind
his head. The governess, enraged at
this, rushed straight, up to Dostocfsky:
"Is it you, you scoundrel, w ho entice
away uiv pigeons? You shall pay for
this." The narrator could not catch
the words of Dostocfsky's reply, they
seemed, however, to convey some im
pressive rebuke. Contrary to expecta
tion, postoefsky was not punished in
any way for his' boldness. A fortnight
later the prisoners learued that Nyetka
had gone back to Russia taking her
pigeons with her. Rut the bird that. Ihe
novelist had a'taclied to himself contin
ued to oonio to his hand. Whether it
had escaped and returned to him out of
its own accord, or whether it was inten
tionally left for the poor prisoner by the
Impulsive, but perhaps good-hearted
Nyetka, remained a mystery. One
thing was certain -the treatment of the
prisoners grew more harsh after her do
It you have built castles in the air
your work need not he lost; tnat is
whore they should be; now put founda
tions under thuui. 2'horeau, i
At theCapc of Good Hope, nearTable
Moimifiin, clouds ciiTih) down very
low iio-.v an 1 then vitinmt dropping in
rain. At. such a time, if :i traveller
should go under a tree for shelior from
the threatening storm, he would find
himself in a drenching shower, while
out in the open, away from any tree or
shrub, eervilii;ig would be ns dry as a
bone! The cloud or nii-t is rather warm
er thllll the leaves. Mill nee, (Old so,
when it loiiciies them, it changes into
clinging drops, which look like dew.
li'rcsli drops keep funning; they run to
i;i(her, and, at length, the water drips
Oti lie' leaves like I'aill. And this process
b ics on until tint clouds lilt and the sun
comes nut again.
Ages of Animals,
Can. els Pvi. from 40 to .ri0 years;
horses ;iertgij from '!' to ltd; o.en,
about J'i; ali.'cp, 8 to 'J, nnd dogs, P2 to
It. Concerning the ages attained by
iion-doinestieutcd animals, only a few
isolated facts arc known. The Last In
dians ln licM! that the life period of eln
pliant s is about ,'ioo years, instances be
i 1 1 ir recorded of these animals having
lived l;;n years in conlinement after
capture at an unknown age. Whales
are e-tiinaiH to reach the age of (i(.i
years. Some ivptiles an: very long-lived,
an Instance being furnished by a tor
loi. e w hich w as cunllnod in lii.'W and
existed until I7.m wh'-n it perished by
an accident. Ilirds sometimes reach a
great ae. the eagle and the swan hav
ing been known in live loo years. The
longevity of ti-dies is often remarkable.
The eai p has been known to live '.'on
year.--, common river trout, on years,
and the pike n) years, while (loner, a
Swiss naturalist, relate that a pike
caught in 1 t'.'T born a ring recording the
capture of the .same lish '(17 years be
fore. Insects are very short-lived, usu
ally completing the term of their exist
ence in a few weeks or months. Some
oven perish within a few hours after
emerging from the grub .slate, and die
on the very day of entering upon their
new life. "As a general rule, not to In
applied too closely, larger types of ani
mals live longer than smaller. '
The culture of carp is receiving more
attention iu Iowa than in any state in
During the recent cyclone iu Iowa
lambs became as badly "mixed up"' as
the babies did in tho famous opera of
The culture of dwarf orange trees is
receiving considerable attention in Flor
ida. The trees are highly ornamented
and produce very lino fruit.
Washington county, Pennsylvania, is
said to be tin? largest wool-growing
count v in the union, and to produce an
nually 2,o(H), 000 to V.IOO.OOO pounds of
wool." worth in cash si.Ooo.Ooo.
At a fair held at Oxford, Pa., lately,
a team whose united ages reached lii-ty-live
years trotted a full mile close to
3:00. One of t hem had lived a quarter
of a century, and the other was live
The managers of fairs in Great Rrit
ain derive revenue from several sources
not recognized in this country. They
charge exhibitors of implements for
space, sell catalogues, receive pay for
advertising in them, and impose tines
on all persons who fail to make exhibi
tions after they have given notice of
their intentions to do so.
The dairymen in the southern part of
Wyoming county. New York, are agi
tated over a new weed called Long John,
believed to be brought in western grass
seed. It grows three feet high and has
the appearance of a species of mustard.
The cattle are exlrenn ly i'o.id of it, but
the milk from cows feeding upon it is
A place where bogus butter is manu
factured has been discovered in Albany.
It is said the very best dairymen can
not tell the difl'erence bet ween it and
the genuine article. Onesuspiciouscir
cumstance connected with its manufac
ture is that each tub is marked with the
name of a person at "Canton, N. Y."
where a superior article of butter is
In isxi there was I'M tirnis engaged
in silk manufacture iu the canton of
Zurich; Ihe number in 172 was 1 Hi.
The work people and oflieials aggregate
4H.S1H, and the wages paid I hem
Amounted to l!.l,!sl.rj,-lo3 francs, an av
erage of about 1G a year. Many of
the weavers, however, are unemployed
in winter, and in the total of I'J.Mii
some of the work-people have been reck
oned twice over, as they are engaged in
two different branches of t he trade. The
value of the fabrics produced iu the
year is estimated at i'.'t.oi'.H.OHi.l.
Prof. Sheldon said that when in Can
ada he saw Mr. Rallantine, who told
him he had found cheese made lae in
autumn did not ripen so well as that
made in summer or spring, and when
it did ripen its flavor lacked richness.
Ho concluded I hot the temperature-of
the evening's milk sank too low, and
having guarded against this result by
heating 'the milk up to Mil degrees in
the evening, nnd leaving it standing at
that heat until it matured, his autumn
cheeso ripened without the least dillicul-
Don't Ee Alarmed
at Iliight'Disease, Diabetes, or Hny disease
of the kidneys, liver or urinary organs,
as Hop Hitters will certainly and lastingly
euro you, and it is the only thing that
By the unthinking, Burdock has been
considered a weed, and its luxuriant
growth, unpleasant Binell, etc., 1ms rendered
it, to thosij "not knowing its virtues," a
nuisance, yet tho root hag long been ac
knowledged by savants as most invaluable
as a diuretic, aperient and blood purifier.
Burdock Blood bitters embody all its good
qualities. Price 1.00. P. G. fichuh, agnt.
If Adam had hud a game of "Fifteen"
placed in his hand at an uhrly period of his
existance, tho whole course of history
might have been materially alterod for the
tietter, and if billioune ss, indigestion, sick
headache or dyspepsia were unknown,
Spring Blossom would not be needed.
Price 50 cents, triul bottles 10 cents, P. G.
ST. JOSEPH'S LORKTTO ACADEMY
KOUNUKU, 18'iU. CJIA UTKRED 1804.
This institution, under tho direction of
the listers of L iretro, is situated in the
most elevated and healthful locality in tho
city ; commanding a view of both tho Ohio
and Mississippi rivers. The now building
erected in place of tho one lately destroyed
by fire is more commodious and comforta
ble than tho old one, nnd tho grounds are
more extensive and beautifully shaded.
Parents and guardians may bo assured that
their children and wiirds will receive tho
most vigilant attention and careful scholas
tic training. The ficilities for tho trans
mission ol pupils to and from this
institution are unsurpassed; via
rivers; tho Ohio and Mississippi
the 111 iimis Central railroad, Wa
bash railroad, St. Louis & ('aim railroad,
and Texas narrow gu igo railroad are af
fording a never failing communication with
the city f Cairo. The usual academic
course of studdies is taught at
this institution. The scholsbtic
year is divided into two sessions
of twenty weeks eich; tic that opening on
the lirit Monday in September, the second
commencing with the first Monday iu
Fcb'Uiry and terminating at the expira
tion of the frty scholastic, week''.
Term? per session of twenty weeks,
Board and Tuition in common branches,
$70. Hoard and tuition in higher branch
es, $75. Music, extra. (Argus copy 2w.
jHKUIr'K S SAI.K.
liv vtrtmj fun feriulnn tsmed out of the clork'n
ntliee of i be ..in.nu c ni.l of Vlxander county and
't! of lllinoin, nnd lo no1 directed, where' v I niu
connnnnd d to imike the i.nwn t of a terl'iin judu
met.t recvu Iv ohOiiiioil nui t Hvro I'. ISlnlil- and
Ni'i.j oicn t . I'nrke . in oner of Sm.'r Maiiiractur
( oinpmiv. out of f e land. lfiieim.-i.ia, (Joods
Hiid i tiHUem of oaid llvrnn K. tiliike and ltioijuinin
1", I'arki-r, ' hive levied on the following doiorlbed
property, to wn :
Let uiimh.T d ilir. e di in Mo-k twen'y ulne (CO)
lot oniiib.ired three (3) and four i4i In bio. k num
bered forty-live (!.') an lot niimber-d twenty-four
(-.Mi in block numbered eventv-two ,72) all tba
above rilied lots are nltuated in the city olCairo
county of Alexander and hiiio ol llllnoi-, as tho
nr pertv of llenj imiu F. Parker and.l have also
levied upon lot numbered t venty-three ('W)ln Mock
nu ni bored vntv-tw otT'i) nnd lota, thirteen (IS I and
f.iurteen (10 in block numbered venty-one (71 1 in
the city of Cairo county of Alexandtr and date of
llluioU. ft tno property oinyrou r . noike.
Therefore, according to aid command. I cb'ill
expone for mle at public auction, all tho relit, into
and intereHt or tlie a'iov named llvron V R ake
ud Benjamin F. Parker, in and to the anove. de
crined proiier'.v. at 11 o'clock a. in ou Tucday the
l'.eb day ol September IRs-! atthp- ueateriy door ftf
the court hoiiae, In Cairo Alexander county Illinois.
Diced at Ciiro Illinois thia -Wnd da of Annum
is:. JOHN HODGES,
Sheriff Alexander county, Illinois.
A IT KB THE FLOOD THE
KIKE, liCT TnE FI.AfJ
MORTON'. ha" opened ai."iln In the I'avia building on Sixth
Btreel, wi'h . n" -ock of
Nowi'uvnitiuc of all kinds
and la prepared to do
I T 1M IOI..ST K U t X O H nd 1 Jepn, I ri it u
at reaaonabl'i ratea . '
UAH'I.h. :lhkn a chanco in
the finest hook ch-o in the city, or a hnnilaoniu bud
room act, or Hue aldo board. A Helen now on ex
hiliitiou at his antes rooma. Will ho rallied as soon
aatiiketsaredlap dof. or money will bu returned
OIVE HIM A CALL.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Monday, July 41. and until further
tiotlc, , tho ferryboat I'hrue statu will run as near
aa poaaiblenn tue following time table:
MiVlla LIAVKft L1AVXS
Foot Fourth it Mlaaoiirl Land'R. Kentucky Ld g.
. . , .
: ft. in. " ihi a. ni. 7:nn a. m.
s :m ' nam bmo
l()::in " 1I;iki 11:31 "
i:(Kip. m. viMilp. in. 3:00 p. in.
I.e.ive l.cnve I.eavn
Foot Koii'tli at. IConmekv l.d'jj. Mlaaoiirl Land'it.
1:ii p. in. 4::)n p. ni ii:H) p. in.
On last trip leaving Ketitii'-kv l nnitlnc at 4 JOoVIoolc
p. in . the boat, will io to llirda Point, miklntf con
necilon with T A St. I. pus enijer 'rain for Cairo.
First trip at (1:30 a. m. leaving (Vilro, Will connect
with T. A St. I., train leaving Cairo.
M1E HKOULAR CAIliO AND FADIVAD.
IIKNUY K, TAYLOH Master
GEO. ,)0I1ES Uerk
Leaves Paducali for Cairn dmiy (Suodays axes pt.
od)at rt .m. anil i"uud City at 1 p m. Return
Ing. Leaves Cairo at I p, m. Mound. Cltjftt 5p. m.
Malaria is an almost in
describable malady which
not even the most talented
physicians are able to fath
om. Its cause is most fre
quently ascribed to local
surroundings, and there is
very little question, but this
opinion is substantiated by
facts. Malaria does not nec
essarily mean chills and
fever while these troubles
usually accompany it. It
often affects the sufferer with
general lassitude, accom
panied by loss of appetite,
sleeplessness, a tire'd feeling"
and a high fever, the per
son afflicted growing weak
er and weaker, loses flesh
day after day, until he be
comes a mere skeleton, a
shadow of his former self.
Malaria rnce having laid It
hold upon the human frame, tha
door of the lyitcm ii thrown open
to nervous uiseaes. The body
weak and enleebled thiorhi no
nourishment, hut ubUlin(f upon
Itself, the digestive organ no
longer perform their function ;
Ihe liver nerome torpid, andnther
organs failing to do their routine
work. speedily become disordered,
and ditiolution and death are ape
In addition to being a certain cure
for malaria and chills and fever,
Brown's Iron Bitters is highly
recommended for all diseases requir
ing a certain and efficient tonic; es
pecially indigestion, dyspepsia, inter
mittent fevers, want of appetite, loss
of strength, lack of energy, etc.
Enriches the blood, strengthens the
muscles, and gives new life to the
nerves, Acts like a charm on the
digestive organs, It is for sale bf
all respectable dealers in medicines,
price, J I per bottle
Be sure and get the genuine
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.
Take no other.
MUTUAL AH) SOCIETY.,
7UREKA! EUREKA ! !
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE LVSUfi.
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized .Tulv lUh, 1877, Under tlio Lnwi o
tho State of Illinois, Copyrighted July
9, 1877, Under Act (if Congress.
.IAS. 8. VeGAHEY President
J. H. KOHIN.SON ut Vice-President
M. PUILLIPH and Vice-President
J. A. HOLDS TINE .....Treasurer
W. II. VI A UK AN I ' ' A .
J. 8 PFTHIR I Medical Advisers
T II OMAS LKWIS .... Secretary
El), II. WHITE Assistant Secretary
Win. F.PITC'UI'U. I.. S. THOMAS,
W. C JUCKLYN, V VINCKNT,
WILL T. REDIIL'UN.
UOAH L O K M ANAOK KS:
J. A. (inldatlnu. of (ioldatlno A K iacn water, whole
sale and ret U drv t;ood,ete.; Jaa. S, MeGahey,
lumber dealer; W.ii. K. 1'ilelinr, ireivral airent;
Albert Lewis, dealer in Hour and t;rsiu; L. 8.
Tliomas, bricklayer; Mnana Phillips, contractor
and builder; II. A. Chunihley, Kroner; Tlioa.
Lewis, secretary and attorney-al-lntv; V, II.
Marean, HmieimtUlc phyaie.Un; U Sander, of
tiacderifc Son. vfrocera; It, II Itatrd. alreet stiper
viaor; Kd It Wtilto, a't sec. W. A U. M. A. So
ciety; J W. Spier, lumber anil sw-mlll; P, L.
(iernlon. barber; R 11 Dietrich, clerk W St I,.
&P. H. K.; M. Kobier. merchant tailor; Jeff M.
Clark, dealer In wall paper an I wlmtiw ahadoa; .1.
K EnillMh, contractor and builder; Will T. Red
hum, of Morau A Kedliurn, ciar uianul'actiirers;
F. Vinronl, deilur In Mine a d cement; L A.
Phoips, pliolotfrapher; V. C. Joeelyn, denttat; S.
II, Taber, mfg. Jeweler; J. II. Kohlhaon, J. P.nd
notary public; J. S. Petrie, tilwlclan; U. W.
Hoatwiek. Inaurnneu aneut: K, li. Jarboe, foreman
St. Una mains, and K K, Walbridiie, lumber and
saw-mill, of C.'ilro; H. Leii;hton, caahlcr Sat.
Bank, Stuart, Iowa; Kev F. A. Wuk"fon, Pryorft
burn, Ky.; J.W. Tarry, phyalclan, Fulton, Ky,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN Till' CITY
GOODS SOLD VERYCLOSE
O. O. PAT1EU te CO..
Cor. Nlnetenth street) PnlrA Til