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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. Fill DAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 1. 1882.
Mayor N. B. Thistlawood.
Treasurer T. J. Kertb.
UUrli IJtniila. J, Koley.
Oouiiselor--Wm. B. Ollbert.
Marslial-L. II. Meyers,
kOAHU or AU)CHIM.
Klrst Ward-Wm.McHale.T. M. KlmbrooiEtt.
Uecuud Ward-Jsao Ilmkle.C. N. Hughes.
Third Wrd-B. K, Wake, John Wood,
fourth Ward Charles O. Filler, Adolph Bwo-
J Klub Wrd-T. W. Halllday, Ernest B. Pettlt.
Circuit Juiluo 1. J. Hit kt-r.
Circuit Clerk A. 11. Irvln.
County Jud((u K. Yocucn.
County Clerk H.J. Jlumm.
County Attorucy-J. M. Damron.
County Treasurer Milea W. Parker.
Corouer-ll. Kltstferala .
i'.iiini.(:f.minllonur-T. W. Ualllday, J.
0 1 b bs and Peter faa p . . 1
CIKU HAITIHT fMriior imh i i.
sireni; pnachluit nrst and third Sundays In
earh mouoi, II a. " ad7:W. m prayer meet-
IIICHl'H OK TUB RKlJHBMKK-(Kplacnra')
(j fourteenth street; Sunday 7:ooa m., Holy
Eu.hrl; ' . Sunday s b.ml ; 1 o ) a ov,
.. ii. .... n iyi n in . Kvitnlnir l'rarara. r
Jl'iriiiu. , - - r. - -
I'. lavi.oii, T.lt. Hector.
I-MVI' Vlr-SIUNAKY bAJTIST CHCRCU.-
W.'.u'l, school at 7: p. m R. T. J. Shores,
11 ill Kit A -Thirteenth street; aerrlLOi Hah
a laihl-w a. m ; Hunday school J p. m. Be.
ifu pi.e, .atr
MKTHnlilrfT-f'oi. Klghtb aad Waluut streets.
Preaching Sabbath llniia. m. and 7:10 p.m.
oti-iday school at p m. Rev. J. A. bcarretl,
1 1 KKSHYTKKIAN KlRhlh tret; pracblnj on
ral.liatt at ll:0 a. ni. and 7:p. 5
m,s W-dneadaj at 7:3') p.m.; Sunday School
at S P m. Kev B. V. Unorge, paator.
o-i.JtisEI'U S-Uomw Catholic) Cora Cfo
b and Walnut street; aervltes Habbath 10 Ala.
tj. : Sunday School at U p. m.; espers S p. m. , erne-,
ever, day at H a. m. KT. OBara, Priest.
L?T I'ATRlCK'S-dioman Catholic) Corner Ninth
O street and Washington avenue; services Sab
oath 8 and 10 a. m.; Vespers S p. m. ; Sunday School
t v. to. services ery day at 6 a m. Rev. MtUinwn
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
M all )l:03a.m tMall .V a.m
t com - dalion . It : M a m K l ureM 1 1 0 a . m
t Expr 8 M V I AccomdattoB. 4.15 p ro
MIS CENTRAL R. R
tM.ll 4::.mtMall .P-"
ST. L. C. K. R. (Narrow Gaue )
Kxpre.. 10:45 a.m 1 'Kxpr.... ;, 2? P-
Accom dailon. I tk p.rii I Accom'd.tolii IS5 P m
STL , I.M.4H. R. R.
Expr" ll:p.m I BxpreM.... I: P
tAccnm nation. :)p m 1 1 Aeo-m-datlon U.45 a.m
WARASn. ST. LOl'W PALiriO R'T CO.
M.I14KI.... 4 41 vm 'Mail Ki.... 9:J) p.m
Dally except Sunday, t Dally.
MOBILE OHIO U R:
Mail .H oiia. m. I Mail 8:Vlp. in.
S'pVJm!. : a. m. Bipre.a .. :5"p- m.
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
KjeprcMand Mall luave. Cairo. every day except
8umlay.atln:'.r. a. m. ArrlT, 4:i'i p. m.
Accommodation arrivea at U:05 p. m. and de
parU at l:'Jtp- m.
Walnut St.. near 12th.
SUMMER TERM, from July 5, 1 2 weeks
FAIL TERM, from Oct. 2, 12 weeks
TLITION FOR TERM
Common School, Academic nud Commercial
HKNUY F LOYD, Tonoher.
QEOHUE II. LEACH, M. D.
Phvfioiari and Surgeon.
Huuclal atlPiitlon pnld to the Homeopathic treat
ment of mimical dlaae, and dlaeanea of women
'"oiDce: "o'nllth itroet, opposlto thoroitomce.
Cairo, 111. .
JQU. W. C. JOCFLYN,
DENT18 T .
OFFICR-Rlghtk Street, near Coma erclal Avenne
R. E W. WHITLOCK,
Ornoi No. ISA Commercial Avenne, betwaun
Kehlhan t Ninth Street.
AFTER THE FLOOD THE
F1RK, BUT THIi FLAG
liaopnidKlnlnthe Davla bulltlliiB on Sixth
etruot, with a full tock of
NowFurnituro of all kinds
and la prepared to do
UAFFLKi-take chance In
the Uncut hook ro In lb city, or a nanaaomo nea
room mil, or lino aid board. Article now on ex
t.ii.1.1.... L, ..i.,. .nm. Will ha raffled at loon
UMMMIMI m hip ret.'w .....n,o, . - -- .
aa ttcketn are dlanoaed of, or money will be returned
viva uin a uaiu.
CL0UP GRAIN AND RAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
HUrhest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
JOTICK TO CONTRACTORS.
Ci'y C'lerW'a offlc -, Cairo, III.. Aug. 3lt. 1.'.
Pealed propo.sli will be received at lliia office,
directed to the city council of the city of Cairo un
til meeting of the council. To.cday evciiliii, 8" J.l
1 21 h, for furni.hini the matc:rial anil doing
the work, of doing the work necnry fur Oie re
conduction ol the lollowlnK aldewalkK. to lie con
tructed of wood, viz: On easterly fide of Wal
nut otreet. between Eleventh an 1 Twelfth
itteeta; on the Northerly aid" of Kill b r-lreet run
Blue l feet we.terir from Washington avenoe.
To be conatructed of brick, via : On the nor b'-rly
aide of Fifth etreet running feet -atwardly
fromVV'a'nat atreet. A provided by ordinance
No. T8, approved ovember Jrd, lil, which la on
tile In tbla office and euliject to exanvuation at any
time A good and lufflclent bond for twice the
amount mnet ."company all proposition.. The
rlklit to reject any and allblda reserved by the city.
D.J. FOLKT, Cltf Clerk.
(JA1RO CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Mondav, July 31. and until further
node-, the ferryboat Three Stte will run a near
aa poeaibleon t ie following time table:
M.via Lum Liana
KootFonrth at. Mlnonrl Land'g. KentnckyLdf.
B:Ma. m. 7:mia.m. 7:noa. ra,
a 91 . :( ' :W "
ft:m " ll:oo li::) "
Miip. m. 2:Mp.m. 3:0) j. m.
Leave Leave Leave
Foot Fourth ft. Kentucky Ld'g. Ml.aonrl Land'g.
4:00 p. in. 4:)0p. m fi:IO p.m.
On last trip leaving Kentukv landing at 4:30 o'clock
p. ni., the boat will go to Hird. Point, making con
nection with T St , L. pan'on'er train for Cairo.
Finn trip at 6:30 a. m. leaving Cairo. Will connect
with T. A St. L. train leaving Cairo.
MIE REOl'LAR CAIRO AND TADUCAH
HENRY E. TAYLOR Manter
GEO. JOBES Clerk
l.f itft Pailnrah for Cairn daliv (Sundnv. eicetlt-
ed) at S a.m. and Mound City at 1 p m. Return-
lilt!, U'avea catro an p. m. 3I')uua. city at s p. m.
milECITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. llllnolB.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Bauking business
TIIOS. "NV. IIALLIUAY,
JNTERrRISE SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOS. W. IIALLIUAY,
Hv vlrtno of an execution Issued out of the clurk'a
ofllce of the circuit court of Alexander county and
atate of Illinois, and to me directed, whereby I am
commanded to make the amount of a certain Judg
ment recently obtained agalnat Myron Y. make and
llunianiinK. Parker, In favor of Singer MniinlRctiir
lug Company, out of the land, teuemeuta, (inodo
auil cnaiteia oi aaio nyron r. niiiKe.no iiuujuiiiin
K, Parker, t have levied on the following doecrlbed
urnnertv. to wit:
Lot ntimbtired thrpo(.'l) In block twcnly nliio (ssi)
loli numbitron three iff) ami tour (ii in diock num
bered forl.y-llvo (4.M and lot numbered twenty-four
(i!4) lu block numbered aeventv-two l7d) all the
above dlacribed lota are aitualed In the city ol Cairo
county of Alexander and atate of Illinois, na the
propnrty of Bnojatnin F. Tarkor' and 1 havo also
levied upon lot numbered twenty-three (tl) In block
numbered aeventv-two(7 i) and lota, thirteen (lit) and
fourteen (14V In block numbered atvnnty-ono (71) In
the cuy of Cairo county of Alexandr andetato of
Illinois, aa mo property ol uvron r . inaxe,
Therefore, accord Inn to aald command, T shall
expoee for aale at public auction, all the right, title
and interest of the abovo named Byron F. Blake
and ItenlatntnF. Parker. In and to tho above t ea
crttiod property, at 11 o'clock a. m on Titeeday the
una nay oi scpiemner lmv at tne wesieny anor i
tbecoiirt house, In Cilro Alexander county Illinois,
Dated at Cairo Illluoli thil t-'nd day ofAuguat
lSei.it I i ... JOHN uuuuiin,
Bhorlff Alexander county, Illluoli.
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY BY CnAS. CUNNING
9:30 P. M. AngnetM.IHtsi.
112:30 P. M.
11:13 P. M.
flt-1 Hi Jo
NEW YORK, AUGUST Jl, Mi.
Wheat R. W $1 1011 15 No i Red 1 11
Corn No. St 11.00
W. F Lambiiih, river editor of .'ill RuLLTl
and eteaaibott pa'.enjer a'.nt. Ordera for all
kindaof atearaboat Job printing solicited. Olfice
at Planter Hotel, No. M Ohio lovue.
HTAGEH ok thk rivek.
The river marked by tin; gauge last even,
ing at 4 o'clock at this port 13 feet
9 inches and stationary.
Pittsburg, Aug. 316 p. m River 0 feet
6 inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Aug. 31 G p. m. River 10
feet 6 inches and rising.
Louisville, Aug. 81 fl p. in. River 0
feetO inches and falling.
Nashville, Aug. 31 C p.m. River 5 feet
8 inches and rising.
St. Louis, Aug. 31 6 p. m. River 10 feet
7 inches and falling.
The Cons Millar arrived late last eve
ning for Memphis. She received a few
pwscngers and departed.
The Will Kyle for New 0 rleans arrived
yesterday morning with a good trip and
added largely here, which gave her all the
freight she wanted. Sue leaves early this
The fine steamer City of Cairo left St.
Louis yesterday evening for Vicksburg.
She will report here this evening if not de
tained by low water.
The John R. Mill 1 for Memphis passed
down last evening with a first class trip.
The City of Btn Rouge leaves hete this
day for New Orleans.
The Gus Fowler in the regular mail
packet from Paducah and return this eve-
The Hard Cash which has been on the
ways at Mound City for several weeks is
now almost as good as when first built,
and will leave for White river the first of
Weather clear and pleasant yesterday.
The Hudson, for Paducah and Shawnee-
town, is duo hero this morning with a
large lot of wheat which she will dischargo
here and proceed on her journey, returning
to-morrow morning night for the Future
The new Anchor line eteamer Arkansas
City was received with enthusiams by the
citizens of the city in honor of which she
took her name. She made her appearance
there Wednesday evening the 30th iust.
Tha whistles of machine shops and tho
strains of fino music rendered by the band
of the place, also tho booming of artillery,
told in unspeakable words how the fine
steamer was appreciated by the people
who had congregated to give the Arkansas
City a big scud off.
The Jas. W. 0ifF left' Cincinnati for
Memphis Wednesday evening. She had
a good trip.
Tho City of Helena leaves St. Lemis this
evening for Memphis and is duo hero to
Hcmcmber the U. P. Schouck will report
here to-day for Cincinnati.
Tho Jna. W. Gaff, will bo tho regular
Ohio rivor packet for Memphis to-morrow
John Barbue, after rusticating during
the preseut summer has agoin embarked
in business, and made his appearance oo
our streets last evening for the first time in
several months. John la representing
Messrs. Roach & Co., of Louisville, one of
the most substantial and and reliable
wholesale lLouor dealers in tho west, and
will call on his friends to-day to receive
"Femalk complaints" are tho result of
impure blood. Uso"I)r. Lmdsey u Wood
Li I ,, U .
oearcner. pure cure.
Skill in tub workshop. To do good
work tho mechanic must have good health
If long hours of confinement in closo rooms
liavo enfeebled his hands or dimmed his
sight, let him at once, and before sonic or
ranic trouble appears, take plenty of Hop
Hitters. His system will be rejuvenated,
his nerves strengthened, his sight become
clear, and the wholo constitution bo built
up to ft higher working condition.
Magic photographs, in which the Im
age is developed by tobacco-smoke,
luive been budy supplied in various tobacco-shops
on the European continent.
A cigurrette mouthpiece is provided,
anil with il mv some white photographic
papers about tlm si.o of a postage
htiinip. One of the latter is placed over
a lateral orlicc in the mouthpiece, mid
a sliding piece drawn over it. After
Hinokitig one finds tho imago on the
paper. J. u Suture explains the process.
A nn all photograph, prepared on
chloride of silver paper, as usual, but
without intensifying, is put in a solution
of bichloride of mercury, where it pale
and disappears. Tho bichloridu of
icreury changes the photograph partly
into white chloride of silver,'' Mini partly
into prutoehloride of mercury, also
white, making th imago invisible. Tb
i p.m go mav bo brought back by action
of nvpociilnrido of hoda, or of am.
niouiucal vapors. Tobacco-smoke, as
containing the latter, docs very well.
Tl'e principle of ininr'e photographs
was Indicated by Herachul in 1810.
An Englishman living in Yorkshire,
Mr. R. MaddiMOi, writes that, being
a consumptive! patient In Madeira in
1871, he tried the u.-e of carbolic acid
:it his btid.-ide merely as a preventive to
niosipiiioes. find, finding his lungs eas
ier, continued its use, and has become
convinced by his restored health that
the vapor of" inhaled carbolic acid de
stroys the bacilli in the tubercles.
Bernard Brady, aged (i years, in at
tempting to cliuilj :iti iron fence, in Al
bany, N. Y., the other day, slipped, and
one of tho sharp iron spikes entered his
neck just below the ear, and pitted
about three inches upward, beneath the
scalp and through the muscle of his
neck, narrowly escaping the jugular.
The little fellow managed to release
himself, and ran home.
No clergyman is eligible to a scat in
the British House of Commons.
The l)allas Tinu s rejoices over the
fact that the penny is to bo added to the
currency in use in Texas.
The government building in t'tica, N.
Y., is now practically completed, at a
total co.t of about 42o,KM).
Deer Lodge City, Montana, will re
main the terminal point of the Utah
and Northern for some months.
Windmills are coming into genera'
use in Paradise valley, Nevada foi
pumping water for irrigating purposes.
Harper's Ferry is tho dullest, sleep
iest and most dilapidated place on
(rod's foot -stool.
One result of the large crops already
noticed is that the lucky farmer feels
his oats and is happy.
The merchants of Duhmpie, Iowa,
claims that theirs is tho strongest city
financially in the Union.
There are seven thousand live hun
dred men employed in manufacturing
and mining in and near Birmingham,
The shipments of peaches by express
from North Carolina to the northern
markets have been greatly in excess
this season above those of any previous
During tho reign of I.mail Pasha he
involved himself and Egypt in a debt
amounting to !?l:V2,22:,7UO. Once he
paid S150.IMMJ for two beautiful Circas
sian, girls for his harem.
An Indiana man gave his horse a pint
of whiky to send him along in the race.
Tho effect was so hilarious that tho ani
mal tried to f-tep over the grand stand,
and in the effort broko two legs.
Some of the California fruit-growers
are not pleased with the Chinese immi
gration nill, nud say it will bo impossi
ble to raise fruit at'a profit in that state
without Chinese labor.
Excellent crop prospects are reported
in the New England states, although the
season is backward. A large amount of
hay will bo secured, and an itunienseap
plo' crop is expected.
The largest, belt, ever made' from a
single- width of hide is said to havo just
been made at Hartford, Conn., for a
New York Uouring-mill. It is forty
eight inches wide, seventy -six feet long,
ami weighs one thousand pounds.
Tho driver of a farm wagon nofirSun
bury, Pa-, finding the railroad closing
obstructed by cars undertook to play
brakeman and cut the train, instead of
which his arm was literally burst from
tho shoulder to the elbow.
The AVws, of Fort Jones, Cal., says
that tho Umatilla Indians nro becom
ing more self-reliant every year. They
have two thousand acres of land under
cultivation, a Hour and Haw-mill, thresh
ers, reapers, and other agricultural im
plements. The men on a north-bound gravel
train on tho Texas Central at Waco ex
hibited the other day a petrified leg of
a monster animal. It was found in a
pit south of tho city. It seemed to bo
one of tho bones of tho lower hind leg,
and 'measured six feet in length, and
was half the size of a man's body.
A largo and poculiarly shaped calcu
lus was removed from tho bladder of a
man 1 years of age, at tho Swinburne
dispensary in Albany, N. Y., a few days
since. T'lio stone weighed nearly two
ounces, and measured one and three
iuarlcrs by one and one-half inches, Its
form was that of an oblate spheroid.
A man at Monterey, Cal,, tho other
day observed a sipilrrel cleaning out hi
burrow, and, while watching, noticed
him drug out, something resembling a
piece of money. Picking It "up, it was
found to bo a coin of the time of Char
les III., king of Spain and of tho In
dies, nnd hore date of 17H,..
A novelty in the shape of a atrawher
ry bed is to be seen at'ostlicld. It is
a hogshead filled with loam and r-toiics,
and from Its shins are growing, from
holes bored through tho wood Into the
loam, over one hundred thrifty straw
berry plants, bearing a profusion of
largo, luseloua fruit.
Waddinoflmin's immense cattle ranch,
ievonty nines or so duo east of Las Ve
gas, N M.t known ns tho Montoya
grant, has been sold. It is twenty-nine
miles wide and thirty-fivo miles long.
The sale was made to a wealthy Eng
lish syndicate, which planks down $1,
oW.oijO for tho property and all that
goes with the ranch.
Near Kingston, N. C, a negro boy, 6
years old, snot his sister, aged 4 years,
in a house, dragged tho body into a
field, ami hid it in tho rows of cotton.
Ho said tho child began to crv, and to
hush it he snapped a gun at her, as ho
hail been in the habit of doing. Tho
gun went oil', and the charge nearly
blew oil' tho child's head.
A curiosity in the fruit line is on ex
hibition at Tampa, Fla. It consists of
live distinct, fully matured pineapples
on one stem, touching each other at the
sides, and spread out in the shapo of a
fan, and around the top of tho fan, like
a handsome fringe, are nineteen crown
lets, which will each mako a distinct
Portions of tho old dm which stood
on Boston Common have been placed
as relics in Independence Hall.Philadol
phia, They were presented by tha
Board of Alderman of Boston, and con-si-t
of a la.'ge section of the tree and a
polished veneer of the wood, upon
which is photographed a picture of the
tree as it stood before its fall.
Asparagus to obtain the highest prico
in the New York market must bo
bleached like celery. To make it white
the earth is thrown over the beds early
in the spring, and the stalks are cut
with a long knife. It is known as
"white-grass," and sells for twice as
much as that which grows in the sun
and is called "green-grass.
Jack Lincoln, sou of Secretary Lin
coln, is a very bright and interesting
little fellow, and a (fords a considerable
amount of entertainment to the clerks
and visitors to his father's office. The
other day he was amusing himself ty
copying the names of iw Presidents,
and, pausing, looked up from his work,
and, with great naivete, remarked.
"Why, ever so many of the Presidents
were named after streets in Chicago."
Some twenty years .ago, Daniel Coe,
of Durham. N Y.. gave 1,.Vh) fyr tho
purpose of Presbyterian education in
Iowa. One thousand dollars of this was
used in the purchase of eighty acres o)
land near what was then the village of
Cedar ltirpids. The village has grown
to a city, and the city has taken the col
lege farm into its plat, which makes it
very valuable. It is worth now $H0,000,
find on it has been put a building which
cost $'.'0,0tH). From a small beginning
has grown up Coe College, an institu
tion of which Cedar Rapids is very
Tho following effusion is pretty gooc1
for a Dakota orator: "No sharper," no
bler, ide-awakcr, straighter-tobacco-spitting,
more enterprising, whole-souled,
generous, true-hearted, and publio
spirited meu than ours ever left thcij
sUiga boot-prints on tho golden sand.'
of time. And no brighter, dearer, love
lier creatures ever llitted through Ori
ental poet's raptest dream of paradise
than our blessed dimity divinities, oui
home-made calico seraphs, our patent
inllalablc-erinolincd darlings, our Dako
ta sweethearts, wives, mothers-in-law,
and Mrirbi'uies. who are creation's
special pels and prides, fitted to beai
queenship in any realm."
The late Bishop Scott was strongly at
tached to outdoor sports. In earlj
youth he was forced by poverty to list
for a living, and to the latest years o!
his long life he retained a fondness, whict
lie frcipiently indulged, for the hook
. and line nnd net. He was expert atthe
tiller and at the oars, and was also i
crack shot with a fowling-piece or rille
After he had risen to the highest hotioit
of the church, he often took delight ir
roaming through the fields nnd woods
and sailing on the streams or tho bay,
accompanied by his grandsons and oth
er boy s of the neighborhood, who found
him a genial comrade and an apt ia
structor in thesportsinau's arts.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest. Variety Slock
in tup: city.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EU Ac CO..
Cor. Nluoteonthitroetl Ptiirn Til
Commercial Aventm I 1H.IHr 111
PROPRIETOR OP SPROAT'S PAT KM
Wholesale Doalor in leu.
ICE V Y THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WBLI
?c;KKD FOR 8UIITINO
Oar Load a Specialty.
Cor, Twelfth Street, and LeTee.
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 tired 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 once having laid Itl
hold tipote the human frame, the
door of the tysiem is thrown open
to nervous diseases. The body
weak and enfeebled absorb, no
nourishment, but subsisting upon
Itself, the digestive- organs no
longer perform their function. ;
the liver Becomes torpid, and other
organs 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; 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, $i per bottle
Be sure and get the genuine
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.
Take no other.
MUTUAL All) SOCIETY,
U REE At EUREKA t!
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE LNSUB-
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Societyt
Organized Jul v lUli, 1877, Under the Laws o
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted Jul?
9, 1877, Under Act of Consross. '
J AH. 8. Met! A REV President
.1. II. ROBINSON 1st Vleu-Hresidunt
M. rUILLIl'S Sud Vice -President
J. A. OOLDSTINK -...Truaaurur
.r 'SU'PCTK1E Medical Advisers
THOMAS I.KWIS Secretary
ED. II. WRITE Assistant Secrutajy
Wm. P.PITC'KR. L. S. THOMAS,
W.C JOChLYN, F. V1NCKNT,
VMLL T. REDBURN.
BOARD OF MANAGERS:
J. A. Goldstlno, ofOoldstlno 4 Rosouwater. whole
salo and ret ill drv good, etc.; Jas. N. WeOaher,
lumber Oeuleri Wiu. K. Pitcher, general aneoil
Albert Lewis, dealer in Hour and grain; L. 8.
Thomas, bricklayer; Mosea l'htlllps, contractor
and builder; 11. A. t'hunibley, grocer; Thoa.
Lewis, secretary and attorney-at-law; W. H.
Martian, lUtiuepatblc physician; 11 Haudur, of
Sander A Son, eroccrs; It, II. Hatrd, street super
visor; Kd It White, asa't ace. W. A 0. M. A. Bo
flaty; J. W. Spier, lumber and suw-mlll; K. L.
Oernlgou, barber; K It. Dietrich, clerk W., Rt L.
AIR. It ; M. Kobler. merchant tailor: JnrT M,
Clark, dealer In wall-paper and window shade; J.
K Kngllsh, contractor and builder; WiHT. Red
burn, of Mors A Redburn, clsr manufacturers;
K. Vlnront, dealer to lima and cement; I, A.
Phelps, photographer; W.C, Jncelyn, dentist; 8,
II. Tabor, m'g. jeweler;. 1. II. Robinson, J. P. and
notary public; J. 8. Petri f, physician; 0. W.
Host wick, Insurance agent ; t. K. Jarboe, forsmaa
St. Gas mains, and S K. Walhridga, lumbar and .
Saw-mill, of Cairo; II. Lalgbton. ca.hlsr Nal.
Bank, Stuart, Iowa; Ra. K. A. Wiikerson, Pryors
bnrg, Kt. ; J.W. Tarry, pbyalelan, Fulton, Kjr.