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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CA1K0. ILLINOIS, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST
Mayor-N. B. Thlatlewood.
Tiea.urer T J. Kerth.
clerk--lii-nnla. J, Foley.'
Jiimilor--Wm. B. Ullhert.
YUmlial-I.. II. Meyer,
illoriicy- William Ueiidrlr.k.
HOIKU Or il.)BN.
first Wrl-Wm.!HcnlH.T. M . Klmhrongh.
Si rniid V.'ard-Jee Iliiiklii.C. N. Uut;hea.
Third VSard-H. K, Hlake, John Wood.
Fourth Vsard-Charlua O. fatler, Adolph 8wo-
"rMt'h Ward-T. W. HaUldar. Ernt B. Pottlt.
f'rniii.l ii.Uo-O.. I. Ili.kir.
Cir.-.ull Cb-r--A. II. Irvln.
County Judru-H. " ViNiiim.
County Clerk-S.J. Iluuim
fouuty Attorney J M. Dainmn.
County Treasurer-Mile W. Parker.
Stint til Joliti Uridyl.
Corou'-r-K. Klt.i!rll , .
ountjComml..roner-T. w. lUlllday, J. A.
lli!) and Peter saup.
AAlU'lllVPl'Mr. -Corner Tenth and Poplar
Ltri--i; preaching llr-i end third Sundaye In
m.inili. II ' a..dT:MP m i prayer meet
TU,,,y,7:i.n, l illtKill OF TUB HKOEKMKK-lKplacotia',
j rourtulu street; Sunday 7:0 m . Holy
K.i.b.irii; a. m . Sunday s'hool ; 'l nv.
Morning Prayers; P- " Evening Vtin. '
p. Imveuporl, H T. H. Km ti.r.
i MUM MISslONAMY HAmT CHVKCn.
V 'r'l.Hi ' o. ,ip. m . and T 30 p. to.
.;,,,. il, mh.Kil Hi 7:.tU p. ui Kev. T. J. Shore,
I ( i llhH AN --Tt.l'U' tiMj tr-wt; hiimi -J
i.,m l::ni a in ; Sunday nchool i p. m. Hey.
Kt ' '. IMl-'t.
M KTIIonisT Cr JCliClith arid Walnut treu.
At !... hlnk Sabl-aib 11 : m. ndT:m p.m.
cur.dav h noil at t:i p m "V A. hcerreu.
IjHKMlYTEP.IAN -Eighth lret; pafht on
hi.l.mh at 11:00 a. m. and 7:)p. m.: prr
o-'iiiii! Wednesday 7:p. m ; Sunday 8cbol
at 3 i' m. Kev B. V Ueouc, putor.
i - josEPH -Iloinan Catholic) Corner Croat
m l Walnut street; rvicl Sabbath 10
iwii'Uv shK)l at a p. in.; Vwpri ip-
r... eterdk iKi m. Ho. U'Uui, Priest
L"T I' rKIcKS Human Catholic) Corner N Inth
O Mid Wmlunifton nno; irTlc Ht-
o- h o nd 10 1. m. ; Vsnperf t p. m. ; Hondty (4chooJ
t ,.. m. rvlcft rry dy tt m. Ke. ntmon
i. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CESTKAL K. K.
tihisi I'irAirT. TKiHi akriti.
Mali J:0J.m I Mll 4:( .m
t.K-om dUon.Il :10 .m KxoreM 11 10
tKi.reci VMp m I AeimdUo..4:lS p m
MISS CKNTKALH. H
V,1I 4:.m I tMH ..
KiDfe M:15 m
tKioriB U:3U m
ST. H K
KiptPM I:'JS m
Actom'dntlon. 1 p m ,
wr v r f
(Nrrow (itae )
Eprm 4:H p m
Accoa'dntoln p m
A 8. K K
'Btpwn ilp.m I Eipir......... 2 Vi i p m
rArom oition. :H m I tAecom dstlon 11:4S n
WM1ASU. bT. I.01.IS4 PACIFIC R'TCO.
MI1K.... 4-vmMll Ki....:3pni
0iiy ncpt Saody. tDlly.
MOBILE OHIO B li:
.:or,. m. I Mail 8:S0p. in.
....ti:M") . m. Krprt'M .
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R.R.
TRAINS Hl'N AS FOil.OWS.
KijirfMand Mail Wv Catro.fvrry day eicpt
Sunilay, at a. m. ArriY, 4: p. m.
Accommodation arrlu-i at 12:04 p. m. nd de
parm at I .-JO p. m.
:t s. iiool.
Walnut St , near 12th.
SUM MEK TERM, from July 5, 12 weeks
FALL TERM, from Oct. 2, 12 weeks
TIITION FOK TERM
Common School. Academic and Commercial
1 1 KXKY F t.O VI), Twiohor.
QEOROE II. LEA.CII, M. D.
Physician niul Surgeon.
Spt-clal mention paid to the Homeopathic trat
m- nt of nurlCHl diteaat-i, and dmotfoa of woman
and chllilrt'ii. , ..,...,
oilli c: on llth uroct. oppoelte the Pott U.uce.
J)U. W. C. JOCKLYN,
D K NT 1ST.
OKFICR Rlehth Htwl. near Tomn erf 11 Avnny
U. K W. WHITLOCK,
ornoi No. 1:18 Coramorcial avudu, httwaon
KKhth and Ninth HtreuU
PROriUKTOR OF SritOAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Uoalor In Ice.
ICE PY TlIE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
?;KED FOR BUirPINO
Cor, Twelfth Street and Leyee,
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE tSl STATES.
On and aftr Monday. July si. and nnt'l further
nolle-, tha furrirhoai Three Stale will ruua near
an poeaibluon tae following time tahle:
MATH LllVia LIATK
Foot Fourth at Mlaiourl Land R. Kentucky Ld f.
:. m. 7:ia. m. 7:'V. m.
h o ' :(! ti: m "
Ki::i " ll:oo " li::n "
i:Wp. m. -.':)p. m. 3:'iip. m.
Leive Leave Leave
Foot Fourth at. Kentui ky Ld'. Mietourl Lnnd'if.
4:Wp. m. 4;ip. m ri;li) p, rn.
On laat trip leavln? Kentucky I aniline at 4:K)o'clock
p. in., thi! boat will go to Bird Point, making con
nection with T. St. L. paa '(incur tram for Cairo.
Flrat trip at ::' a. m. leavin? Cilro. Will cunnct
with T. 4 8l. L. train leaving Cairo.
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Life Iniuraoce Company
IN THE WOULD.
(It alone taauei
(tipnUtlng that the contract of lnrnrance "ehall
uot be dlaoiwd" afuirltia three ye-ra old,
aud that auch policloa shall be
on receipt of latiifactory proofs of death.
Ua policy la clear nd conclte, and contalui
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
N n RF11 YOT:R POLICIES. Cotniare tht
(hurt and ilmple form uaed hy the Roultablu w lib
he long ana onecure couiracia luauea uuu
tvchnicalitioi laaaed by other companteal
Its CASH RETURNS
to poller holder! tra
N.B.8eo the many lettorarrom policy holder
xpreaelnu their Bratiiicatlon with the roturni fron
tuolr Toris Savimh Kund Pouci.
Ileoiiuee of its
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus 8ecurely Invested, nearly
E. A. BURNETT. Ascent,
1 Ofle, eorner 13th ni WMblngtoi.
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
C'ORKECTKD DAILY BY CHAS. CUNNING
9:30 P. M AuKimtZI, 182.
AujjUHt. September. October.
Pork $ $21 70 f'.'l )
Wheat 1 Ofi'i M f
Oau ' :i7 id
1J:3" 1'. M.
Pork in 77!i en ny
Wheat lii. Wi i, 'i
Com 77 7I1-, 75
Oat a 41 H 'M
P. M. CloclL.
Pork : y, $21
Wheat 1 Hi-i Irt-J
Corn 77', 70 T44
Outa 11 36 , '4bi
NEW YOKK.AUOL'ST H.
Wheat K. W $1 Vi'A il IS No 2 Redll 15
Com No, 2)il.jC.
W. F Lamkiiim, river editor or I'nii Uvu.rin
aiid itcambott pa.aenitur a nt. Orilera for all
kind of atoanhoat Job pnntlug aollcHed. Ortlco
At I'lantera llotul. No. 51 Ohio Il-vol'.
bT.ViES OK TIIK IIIVKK.
Tbe river marked hy hcgvie las' evon
in' at 4 o'clock at this port 16 feet
9 inches am fnllin,'.
Cincinnati, An;;. 210 p. tn. River 8
feet 10 inches and rising
Louisville, Au;. 210 p. in. River 0
feetO inches and Htaading.
Nashville, Au. 21 0 p.m. River 5 feet
0 inches and HUmliny.
bt. Loui.s, Auj,'. 21-0 p. m. River 11 feet
10 inchwsand falling.
The Andy JUum arrived yestcrd ty
morning at 7 o'clock. She had a light
trip and departed for Cincinnati at 7.30
The Hudson, frum St. Louis paused
up lust night for Ptidncuti, Shawneetown,
and Uniontown. She will leave here to
morrow night on her return trip for the
The City of Helena, lroin St. Louis leaves
there this evening for Memphis and hdue
here tomorrow evening.
The Cons Slillar, from Cincinnati, will
land here to-morrow evening, and take
freight and passengers for Memphis and
intermediate points. See W. F. Lanibdin
Capt. Wm. Hambleton, of Mound
City, went lo St. Liuia on the Illinois
Central yesterday, and will return in a few
The John 13. Maude passed down for
Memphis lact night. She had a tirst
Ytdterday morning the tlood gates of
heaven opened upon un, and the ram for a
uhort time poured in torrents which cooled
the heated atmosphere wonderfully. Busi
ness however was not improved by the
The Ohio is going down pretty fast and
unless a general rain ensues shortly steam
boating will be a dull business.
The fine steamer, City of Ratan Rogue
passed up for St. Louis last evening.
The Gus Fowler Is the regular mail
packet from Padueah an 1 returns this eve
ning. The John A. Scudder, will be tbe An
chor line steamer leaving St. Louis for
New Orleans to morrow.
The steamer Hickory, which sunk a fdw
days ano a short distance bulow St. Louis
is reported a total loss.
Tho Vint Shinklc, which was due here
Wednesday morning, for memphier at last
reports was aground at Pcckenboro bar
at the hour of going to press this morning
Bhc was still "noiicst."
The remains of poor Lcm Gray, ouo of
the pilots of the ilifated (fold Dust re
cently blown up, were curried to their last
resting place Wednesday 23rd. Many
friends paid nad duty to his death by at
tending his funeral, beautiful floral tri
butusjto bis memory were scattered around
and over him, pilots of thn Anchor line
acted as pull horses. Lmu Gray was one
of the best pilots of the line to which bo
belonged, and his memory w ill ever re
main fresh and greeu in the hearts of his
comrades, he was buried in the eemetiy at
The river at Pittsburg i. getting down
too low for quotations, lias there 1 foot
at last report.
The Charley Bowen No. 2 arrived last
evening from St. Francis river with a
largo tow of heavy timber, which shu will
take above St. Louis.
Remo.iibcr the Shinklo early this morn
ing for Memphis. Passenger can procure
tickets of W. F. Lambditi, agt, office 51,
Ohio Levet'j ' w.
Died, yesterday morning at 1 o'clock, nt
her rcsidonco on Ninth street, attor an ill
ness of about three weeks with typhoid
fever, at tha age ot 83 years, Mrs. Thistle
wood, wife of Mr. Beujamiu F: Thistle
Funeral services will bu held at the rcsi
dence on Ninth street, between Washing
ton avenue aud Poplar s'reet, at 1 o'clock,
aud the train will leuvo the foot of Eighth
street for Villa Ridge at 1 :30 o'clock this
afternoon. Friends of tho family are In
vited to attend.
THOMAS MU'CLURE DEAD.
A dispatch received here by Circuit
Clerk, Irvin, Wednesday night stated that
Thomu McCluro, of Clear creek, this coun
ty, died at his home Weduesdiy evening,
and that the remains would be buried yes
terday afternoon at 2 o'clock. A littlo
while before Mr. Irvin had received a dis
patch from Mr. McClure's brother stating
Tho3ias,who hud been sick for about a week,
was belter und thero .was hope of recovery,
Mr. McClure, it is well know, was ono of
Alexander county's oldeBt and wealthiest
iarnn.TH. He had come horo twenty-live or
thirty years ago, gone into farming, pur
sued it diligeutly and intelligently, aud
succeeded to an extent beyond even his
own expectations. His farms, ono of tliem
containing eight hundred acres all under
cultivation, are stocked with all the latest
improved machinery and wero cultivated
upon scientific principles. In Mr. McClure
death the county loses a very valuable
A wife, two daughters and a son, the
latter grown, survive Mr. McClure.
Waffles. TakeoiH' iiiiirt of Hour, 'old
a pint of milk :ind :i h:ilf a cup of vlt
cned butter. Beat t In ,r ti! h ly. mi l add
another pint ( milk, a little salt, a tea
spoonful of sugar and Ihivi' t:iliii"-pouns-fill
of distillery ycat, or twice as 11 1 i -1 1
home made. Beat till the ma- Miners
and set in a warm place at night tn rie.
In the morning add two well-beaten
eggs, and let the batter rise half an
hour. Bake in hot wamViroin. and
butter the cakes as soon as they are
baked. Serve at once.
Strawberry Short-Cake. Take twi
teacups of sour milk and a leaspnuiiful
of carbonate (if mm la; when di-solved
add one cup of butter or lard, and Hour
enough to make a soft doii''h; rdl in
thin cakes large enough to till the pan
in which they are to be baked. Ihi-t a
frying-pan with Hour, place in tbe cake,
and bake over the lire, turning s soon
as the under side is done. S,lii the
cake while hot. and butter ve'4. I, ay on
a plate one-half eake, and put on a lay
er of well-sugared strawberries: put on
another half, then more strawberries,
and so on, until there arc six layers;
Baked Tomatoes. Wash, wipe and
cut the tomatoes in halves, and place
them in a baking-pan with the skin
downward; season with pepper and salt;
bake in a hot oven until tender; then
take tip carefully, and serve on toast
with a bit of butter on each tomato.
Brook Trout.-Split, nearly to the
tail, wash and clean well, ami fold to
gethor again. Ld them lie wrapped
singly in a clean dry towid for a few
minutes. Dredge wiili Hour and salt,
ntid put iu a ,an w ith fresh. te..t Im.l.
which should be hot, but not burning.
1.. not i. nil ..mil I.e. inn I'lio'ljli f..e tho
table. One of the nio-l essential things
in serving trout or lisli of any kind, is
to have every thing hot and juiikly
dished, so that all may go to the table
Roast Beef and Round Potatoes.
Boast the meat iu the usual manner,
and about half an hour before taking it
out, pour on" throe-quarters of the gravy
from the dripping-pan, and lay about
the meat some balls of masheil potatoes,
worked smooth, with pepper, salt, and
a raw egg, moulded in your hands, and
rolled in llour. Turn 'as they brown,
and, when done, drain oil' the grease,
and dish with the beef.
Boiled Macaroni. Break half a pound
of macaroni into short pieces, and cook
about twenty minutes in salted, boiling
water. It should be clear at the edges,
but not ragged. Drain well, pepper and
salt, and stir in a tablespoouful of but
ter. Strew grated cheese over (he top
when dished, and pass more with it at
Green Peas. Cook from twenty to
twenty-live minutes in boiling water
wiili a little salt; drain well when ten
der, stir in a great lump of peppered
butler, and serve hot in a vegetable
lit buying lish one te .t appears to all,
whether large or small. If fresh the
ce are full and clear, the tins nrc still',
and the skin and scales bright. If the
eyes are dim and sunken it is not lit for
use, and no protestation from the fish
man should induce one to buy.
To remove sunburn and freckles and
beautify the skin, put a quantity of
elder flowers into a jug, pour boiling
water on thein, let the mixture stand
fortwenty-fonrlioiirs, and strain through
muslin. 'Wash the face with this every
Shyloek is still extant in Berlin. An
impecunious schoolmaster applied to
him for a loan tho other day, but the
security ofl'ered not being of the best
class, lie refused to advance the money
(ill the applicant, w ho possesses a mag
nilicout b"ard, signed a bond by which,
in case of non-payment of the loan at,
the nppo'mted utile, Shvloek would have
tliti right to cut olf one-half of the
hirsute ornament, and the proprietor
would not havo the right to remove tho
remaining half. If tliev go fo law over
tho bono, which is not unlikely, thn
judgo need but consult Shakspean? for
a precedent. It will be a hair-splitting
"That man is a phrenologist," said an
Kastside citizen to a son of Krin, in re
ply to . an iiui'.iii'y regarding a long
haired individual" who wns just closing
tho door behind him. "A man that can
toll, by feeliug of your head what kind
of a man you are, explained tho oblig
ing citizen. "Bumps on im'Jii'ad?" tx
claimed Pat. 'I should think it would
givo him more of an oiden phat kind of
a woman mo wifo h!" And then tho
much-abused Hibernian changed his
pipo to tho other corner of his mouth
and walked out, Yonktrs Stnlesmiu
A Candid Land Agent,
A glib-talking land agent was pre
senting thu merits of a certain tract of
land. After he had exhausted himself,
and could think of no more yarns to
match what he had spuu, be remarked,
w ith a sih, "I won't deceive you, gen
tlemen; there is n vegetable that cannot
bo grown there, and that is tho pump
kin." "Why not;1" tney exclaimed.
"Well, in the first place, the pumpkin
is a great runner. It can distance tho
cucumber and the squash. To grow
pumpkins it is necessary to build a high
board fence around a teiiaeru lot to pre
vent tho vines escaping into the next
county, so rapid I v do they grow on that
soil; aud if I hey be fenced iu, they race
around the lot all Summer trying to get
out, and, of course, wear out the pump
kins dragging over tho gnmnd." That
was enough. If tiny agent supposes
that be can sell a New Knglander laud
that w ill not raise pumpkins, ho mis
takes. Sbo Mi.td-.k tho Signal,
A prominent Lowell bicycler was
riding dow n Law pence street the other
afti rnouii, and rame near running down
a portly old woman w ith a basket on
either arm, who monopolized most of
the space In twceii ihe teuce and tho
curbstone, lie had sounded his signal
bell several times ( il lioiit cll'ect, aud
just managed to git by her alter a cry
In "look out!'' Sle; staggered up
again! the fence, and when she had re
covered her lire. uh managed to articu
late, "Arrah, an' it's a iocle, is it!' Be
the powers, an" I I bought it was a scis
sors grinder." -1. il t'tlizi n.
Girls are at a premium in Alleiitown,
Pa., but not for tne same reason as in
Koine of the bachelor seitieineiits of tht
West. The sjik wurks there emp'.oy
tl.eib all and ailvcrii-c for more.
ST. JOSEPH'S LOKHTTO ACADEMY
KOUMJLD, lbUJ. CIIAIITEUKD 1804.
Tuis institution, under the directum of
the Sisters of Loretto, is situated iu the
most di vated and healthful locality in the
city;coiiiinimdiii a view of both thu Ohio
mid Mississippi rivers. The new building
erected in place of tho one lately destroyed
ny lire is more coinnimlinus aud comforta
ble than the old one, nnd the grounds are
more extensive and beautifully shaded.
Parents and giurdians my be assured tnat
their children and wards will receive the
most vigilant alteution and careful scholas
tic traiuiug. The facilities for the trans
mission ol pupils to aud from this
institution ure uu.urpussed; via
rivers; the Ohio and Mississippi
the Illinois Central railroad, Wa
biish railroad r .,; .e- f'4iro railroad
.. Texas narrow guago railroad are af
fordiug a never tailing communication with
the city of Cairo. The usunl academic
couise of studdies is taught at
this institution. Tho scholastic
year is divided into two sessions
ot twenty weeks t"icb ; thu first opening on
the first Mond iv ill Senteinber. tli awnml
commencing with tho first Monday in
M 1 1 . ... ... .
rooru.ry ami terminating at the expira
tion of tb" fnrty scholastic weeks.
Terms per sissim of twenty weeks,
Board and Tuition in common branches,
70. Board and tuition in higher branch
es, $73. Music extra. (Argus copy 2w.
IIEK1KF S BALK.
Hv vlrtne of an piurullnn Umi'il out of thn rlnrk'a
ofhe of the circuit court of l:xauiler county and
e'Hte of Illlnole, and to me diroOd, whereby I am
commanded to maku the anion i t of a certain Jjidn-
ineui recemiY owuiucu nnuiimi Hvro r. make aud
llenjiuuln F. Parke;, In favor of 8ini.tr Mnofactnr
in I'oiupauy, out of the Intnl. triietnetile, (iooils
and chattel of raid Hvron V. Hfitke ami Ilenjani'.D
I', Parker, I luve levied ou the following described
Lot numbered three ill) In hlook tvronty-ntne
lot numbered three iH) anil four (t) in block num
bered forty-flve H.'il an i lot numbered twenty-four
(J4i In block numbered eveiov-two l?.')all he
above dli ribed lot are ltualed In the city olCairo
county of Aleiauder and tnte ol llllnoi. aa the
ir ipertv ofHenJuinln r.l'urker' audi have alo
evled upon lot numbered twenty-three CM) In block
nn in tiered eventv-to(i J) nnd Iota, thirteen (lit) and
fourteen (141 in block numbered " venty-one(TI) tn
the city of Cairo county of Alextuidi r audatato of
llllnoi, a t u o property ol llvrou r . make,
Therefore, accordinu to aald command, I shall
opoe for ale at public auction, all the riirht, title
and interest ofthe above named Ilyron K Illuke
anil li.-1 ii rt in i n f . I'ark'-r, in and to the aoove de.
crihi'd prnper'v, at II o'clock a. in onTuedy the
l'.ili dav of buptemhur lHS'-atthe weterlydoor tit
lie court bouse, in Ciro Alexander county liltuol.
Da'cd nt Cairo I.llaola I Ills -.Mud dir ofAilttust
lssj. John hodohs.
Sheriff Alexander county, llllnoi.
A PTE It THE FLOOD TUE
PI UK, HUT THIi FLAU
MORTON. ha opened anin in the Oavl building on blitb
street, with a full Hock of
New Furniture ofall kinds
and I prei'Hrril to do
UP IIO L.ST Kit l JVC and I tepa 1 r i txg
at re.ionabln rate .
KAKKI.Ki take a elmiice In
the flnet book ran In thrf city, or a handsome bod
riHiin et, or Due ldo bourd. tlclea now ou ex
hOilimu at hi ate room. Will be rallied a noon
a tickets are ill p"ed of, or money will be returned
CifVK HIM A CALL.
'PHE HE UULAK CAIRO AND PADLCAH
1 DAILY I'ACKKT.
STEAM K It
HENRY B. TAYLOH . Mutr
GEO. JOBES Clerk
Leave Paducah for Cairn daiiy (Sunday axeept
ed) at 8k.ro. and H mnd City at 1 p m. Return
ing, In vea Cairo at 4 p. m. Mound. City at ftp. 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 docs 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 tired feeling1
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 once having laid It
hold upon the human frame, the
door or the system i, thrown open
to nervous disease. The body
weak and enfeebled absorb, no
nourishment, but subsisting upon
itself, the digestive organs no
lonRi-r perform their functions ;
tbe liver Becomes torpid, and other
org, ui, failing to do their routine
work. speedily become disordered,
and dissolution and death are apt
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 j 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 by
all respectable dealers in medicines,
price, Ji per bottle
Be sure and get the genuine
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.
Take no other.
nuri'AL All) SOCIETY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOK LIFE IXSUfi
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Ortcanlieil Julv llth, 11177, Under the Laws o
the State oflllluols. Copyrighted Julv
9, 1877, Under Act of Congress,
JAS. 8. Men An BY President
.1. II. KOUINSUN lt VIco Hreaident
M. Pit ILL IPS -.Mid Vice-President
.!. A. UOLDslTINE Treaurur
W, H. MAIiKAN l v ,, , . ,
,1. S PFTK1E ( Medical Advtenii
THOMAS LEWIS Secretary
EL). II. WHITE AltautSncretiuy
RXECUT I V CO M M ITT K K
Wm. F.PITCHr.R, L.S. THOMAS,
W. O .JOCKLYN. K. VINCENT,
WILL T. UKPUL'HN.
HO A It l O I'' MAN AO K US:
J. A. (nldt.lue, of Uohlntine A ftif nwater, whole
ale ami ret ol ilrv ooil, etc, ; ,Jhh. N. MeOuhey,
lumber uenliir; W n. K. I'lii lier, (jeni ral aireut;
Albert Lewi, dealer in Hour and umlu; 1.. H.
Thoman, brlrktuyur; M ies Phtlllp, contra-tor
aud hullder; II. A Chuinbley, irrncur; Tho.
Lewi, iee.relnrv and aitorney-at la ; W. II.
Marean, ll.tnmpiuhic tihyie.tan; II Naudor, ot
Sittider 4 Sun. ifroi'.erc; K, II Ilnlrd. street nper
vt.or; Kd II Wulte, a't "C W. O. M. A. So
ciety; ,1. W. Spier, lumber and w-mill; K. L.
OeruiKon, barber: K H Dietrich, clerk W.. St ,.
P. K. K i M. Kobier. ni-rchmt tailor: Jeff M.
Clark, dealer in wall paper an I window had; J,
K KnitllHh, contractor and builder; WiHT. Ited
liurti, of .Mo me .Is Hudliurn. clar manafa'.turer ;
P. Vincent, dealer ID Mmu a d cemimt; L A.
I'hip, photographer; W C, Jocelyn, detitit; S.
U.Tahcr, ml'g. Jeweler;.!. II. KoMtmon, J, P. and
notary nubile; J. 8. I'.'tne, uh'lclan; II. W.
Huatwli'k. tnauraiu'e aKi'tlt: K. P.. .Jar hoe, foreman
St. (,a main, and K K. Walbride, lumber and
aaw tnill, nf Cairo; II. Lelibton, ca.hler Nat.
llank.Stiuut. l w; Itoy. F. A. Wllk"rmm. I'ryora
bnrK, Ky.; J.W. Tarry, phylclin, Fulton, Ky.
II- I I I II I. !- II J
JEW VOUK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Slock
IN TIIK CITY.
HOODS ISOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. P ATI Kit A CO.,
Oor.NlntBnthltrMit Tjlirri Til
ConimerclalATepu; L-OlfU HI .