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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12, 1882.
Wayor N.II. Thistlowood.
lY-Murer T J. Kertb.
Clerk Dennis. J, Koley.
t'iiuniultiTWm. II. Gilbert.
Marshal L. II. Meyer,
Vtmrney William llendrtck.
OA HO OF AUUIBMKN
Ktrxt Ward-Wm.MeHale. T. M. Klrnbrough.
Second Wrd- Jesse IlitiUle, G. N. Hughes.
Third Ward U. F. lilako. John Wood.
Fourth Ward-Cbarlo 0. Patter, Adoiph 8wo-
"ki'iIi Ward-T. W. Unllldar. BrneitB. Pettit.
Circuit Judge ll.J.Hakr.
Circuit C lrli A. 11. Irvln.
County .1 ailffii H. iS Yocutn.
Comity Clerk h. J. Iltnnm.
County Atlornuy J M.Oamron.
( .utility' Treasurer Mile W. Parker.
Sheilfl Jolih llodge.
Coroner ft Fitageruln
(.'ou.uy Commissioner" T. W. Halllday, J.
llllib nnd Peter Saup.
llt) UAITHP Oorunr Tfciith and Poplar
J sireet; pleaching first aud third Sunday In
eafh mouth, II a. m. and 7:H n. m.: prayer moot
urn ThiirdHy, 7:ip. in. : Sunday school, y:S0 a m
Huv. A. .1. I1KSS Pastor.
tlll'Ulll Of TUB KEDKEMKK-(Eplcopai
Vj fourteenth irct; Hunday T:00a m., lioly
fcurhntlst; 9;:jo a. in., Sunday .ihool; '.lOoam.,
Morning Prayers; H:0ip. m., Evening Prayers. F
I'. Davenport, S. T. U. Hector.
I'lliM' MIKHIONAKV HAPTIST CHCKCH.
V I'naMilt.c at In: tu a. n.., i p. tn . and 7:30 p. m.
..UUi hc IumiI at 7:30 p. ro Kev. T. J. Hhorc.
I I' i cLiiAS -Thirteenth street; servlu: Hab
14 to'hl:1 am; Sunday sjchool'ip m. Kef.
Kii'ippr, aft jr.
MCTlloDlNT-Cor. Eighth and Walnut street,
Preichlrig Sabbath 11:00. m. nd7:W p.m.
.viU'la Mclioul at s.oop. m . Kv. J. A. Scarrett,
1)K;:MtYTKKl AN "-Eighth street; preaching on
Hnttuth at 11:00 i. mand 7:30 p. m.; prayer
mn-ttiiB Wedneadar at ":) p. m.j Hunday rkheo.
it 1 p. m. Kev B V. Oourie, pastor.
I..IOMIPH 8 -.Unman Catholic) Corner Cross
v" ar.d Walnut streets; rvtce Sabbath tOlSfla.
it.; K-icday i-ehixil at 2 p. m.; Vespers Jp. m.; ler
ncc esery day :t 8 a. m. Hot. O'tlara, Priest.
I'ATHICK'H (Koman Catholic) Corner Ninth
-J s'reet and Washington aveoae; erlce Sab
Dai u 8 and 10 a. m.; Vesper S p. m.; Sunday School
t p. tn. services every day at S a in. KeY. MaMerson
K.R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL H. K.
TIUINS IIEfAKT. THAN ARIUV.
Mall 8:0Ja.m I TMail 4:05 a.m
tAccom'dation.ll;10a.m EKoress 11:10a. tn
(Express 8:fc0p.m Accniudatlon ..i:lS p in
C. HT. L. & N. O. K. K. (Jackaon Haute).
tMall 4:a.mtMall .... .. 4:30p m
rExuress........ 10:W a m tKprcs 10:iam
TAc'modallou 8:10 p. in
ST. L, 4 C. K. R. (Narrow Gauge.)
Exprc H:15 a.m I 'Kipra'a 4:W p m
Accou'datlon. l:iOp.Pi 1 Accorn'datlon 11:40 a.m
HT. L , I. M 4 8. K. R.
tExprena U:!ip.m tKxpreaa :2-J o m
WABASH, ST. LOUIS PACIFIC K'Y CO.
Mall St K 5: vm Mll A Hi.... A:V p m
t Arcnm'datlon i: p m 1 1 Accorn'datlon H :10 a.m
Daily eicept Sunday, t Dally.
MOBILE OHIO H. H
Mail .JiUi, in. I Mail...-....:10p. m
JLMNOIS CKNTHAL U. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Ckicago.
Tho Oulv lane ltunnint?
9 DAILY TRAINS
Making Dikect Connkotion
Tiuttta Lhati Caibo:
Arrlrlne In St. Loula 9:45 a.m. I Chicago, t):0 p.m. ;
ConMctinB at Odin and K(Cn)ham for Cincln
- uatl, LouUville, Indlanapolia and polnti Eaat.
11:10 a.m. St. lmia nnd Wtern
Arriving In tit. LoaU 7:05 p. m., and connecting
for U point! Weat.
. 3:00 p.m. Fast Kxprcn.
lorSt. Loal and fhlCBgo. arriving at St. Loul
10:40p.m., and Chicago i :) a m.
3:0O pm. Clnoinnntl 10xpr8.
Arriving t Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louisville 6
a m.i Iodlanapolla 4:05 !.m. I'aaacngori by
thlt train roach the above point! lis to JtJ
HUUHS In advance of any other routo.
rfvThe3:5f' p. m. oxproaa hai PULLMAN
KLKEPING CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
ehnngoi.and through ileopen to Bt. Louie and
Fast Time Kast.
!. c-u mi (riiiu ''J thU lino go through to Eat.
l ASSeilei B urn point without any delay
canned by Hunday Intervening TM f"'"''1? f1'
noon train from Cairo arrlvea In new York Monday
jornlugatl::i5. Thlrty alx hour In advance ol
n other mntu,
IfrFnr through ticket and further Information,
aimlv at Illluola Central Hallroad Depot, Cairo.
" J. II. JON K8, Tlcltut Agent.
A. n. HANSON, Gen. PaH. Agont. Chicago
QEOUGE II. LEACH, M. U.
Physician and Surpoon.
fipoclal atmntlon paid to tho Homoopitthlc treat
mcnt of aurglcal dlaoaaut, and dloae of women
Olltco t On 1 1th atrent, opposite tho Poet O.llce,
U. W. C. JOCET,YN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Comnarclal Avenue
J)U. E W. WHITLOCK,
Ornoi-No. IDA Commercial Avanua, batwaen
JKlhth and Ninth Street
FLOUP. GRAIN AND HAY
Hirb8t Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Commercial Avenufi and Eighth Street
F. BKOSS, Hmaident. I P. NKF, Vice Trea'nt
II. WELLS, Ciiahb-r. I T. J. Kerth, Aae't cgih
F. BroM m Ca'ro I William Knit. .Cairo
Peter Neff William Wolf.... "
('. M Oftcrloh " C. ). Patn-r "
E.A Buder " H. Weill
J. V. Cltiinrou, Caledonia.,
AOE.NEKALBANKINT, BUSINBhS DONE.
RxC.hlin(7tt Kiit.t Onit Kntt.rVit lnlna.l n.l.l i.
the Saving" D.'pfirtmmt. Collection made anil
ail liuMuem promptly attended to.
ISTEV YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THE CITY.
(iOOJ)S SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATlEIt & CO..
or. Nineteenth tret l
ronimrci; A'' atie i
gT LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
THAINS BUN AS FOLLOWS.
ON AND AFTER MOSDAT, OcrOIIR 23,
Exnrea and Mall leavee Cairo, everv dav except
Sunday, at 8:15 a. m. Arriv, at East St. Loula at
3:20 p. m Arrive at Cairo at 4:85 p. tn.
Accommodation arrive at ii;u a. m. ana ae
part at 1:00 p. m.
jyEW HORSE SHOEING SHOP.
I hava opened a
on 9th street, between Commercial and Waahing.
ton avea , having given thl bnelnois my special
Over Twentv Years
I feel confldent I can give perfect satisfaction. I
have not oulv given my attention to
MAKING AND FITTING SHOES,
hnt have made tho contraction of the foot and
lltnba a study also, which enables me to lit my
shoes properly and in so doing relieve the horse
Irom a great deal of Injury tast he would otter
wise be subject to.
llonlne bv strict attention to business and fair
dealing to receive liberal share of the public pat
ronage. Yours Kuspect. dUHM McCLtLLAN.
(jAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
Vh II it Y BOAT
THREE -VtaFto STATES.
On and after Monday, July U. and until further
iiotic.tlio ferryboat Three States will run a near
a posslbleon tho following time table:
mavi i.iAvae liavib
Fool Fourth it. Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld g.
i ' " '
(l:Si)a. m. 7:00 a. m. . 7:80 a.m.
H:80 " 9:00 " 0: to "
lo:; " 11 mm " ll:3o "
2:00p.m. 8:30p.m. 3:00 p. m.
Leave Leave Leave
l'oot Fourth t. Kentucky Ld'g. MlMourt Land'g.
4:00p.m. 4:3p. m H:10 p.m.
On Unt . trip leaving Kentuckv 1 andlng at 4:!Wo'clock
p. m., tho boat will go to Birds Point, making con
nection with T. A St. L. paongor train for Cairo.
First trip at 0:.!') a. m. leaving Cairo, Will connect
wlthT. A St. L. train leaving Cairo.
D Stoves 13
No. 27 . D 8th St.
S Tinware. S
GII1CAG0 MARKET REPORT
CORIIECTED DAILY HY CIIA8. CUNNINO
9:30 A. St. November 11, 1883.
November. December. January.
Pork 18 M S it? 55
Vila van 1''S
I CO P. M.
1 V, I7 5.1
Wheat Mi car wlntor. 109 eais Hprlng.
row 14V car. JW.CliO baehel Canal. '
W. F. LAMnniN, river editor of i'ne Bui.lbtim
and tteamboat pasengur aent. Ordera for all
klndsof steamboat Job printing solicited. Offlco
atflowor't European Ootol, No. H Ohio levee.
BTAOKS Ok THE HIVER.
The river marked ly tho gauge last
eveninp; at this port, 11 feet
Pittsburg, Nov. 110 p. m River 1 foot
G inches nod stationery.
Cincinnati, Nov. 110 p. m. River 8
feet 5 inches and lallinL'.
Louisville, Nov. 11 0 p. in. River C
feet and stationery.
Nashville, Nov. 110 p.m. River 2 feet
8 inches and rising.
St. Louis, Nov. 11-6 p. m. River 0 feet
11 inches and rising.
The Hudson for St. Louis passud up last
night with a fair trip.
The U. P. Schenck left Cincinnati last
evening for Hew Orleans. .
Lem Hill and John Young are the gen
tlemanly clerks of the Heury A. Tyler.
From the telegraphic river reports it
seems the recent rains did not h-ivo much
The City of Helena arrived from St.
Louis last evening, i o'clock, departed for
Memphis at 6 p. in.
The John B. Maude hud a fine trip up
from Memphis, arrived at 2:30 m'
uai depute! tor St. Louii at a p. in.
The city of Grcenvile arrived at
noon yesterday. She bad i fair trip and
departed for Vicksburg at 1 1 :80 p. m.
The Josh V. Throop, one of the Evans
villo packets will come through to-day,
leaving here on her return trip at 5 p. tu.
Tho J. H. Hillman comes to the front
again and is due to night from Nashville,
leaving here on her return trip to-morrow
at 10 a.m.
The Andy Baum has resumed business
again and left Cincinniti last evening for
Memphis. She is now in good repairs and
and tip-top order.
The guiding Star is coming. She left
Cincinnati Friday morning, she has her
cabin illuminated with tho late improved
Electric Lighs and she has lights same as
tifed on lake and steamships vessels. Look
out for her Tuesday for New Orleans.
Ben F. Ean, one of the oldent surviving
steamboat officer's of tho Cumberland river
has been granted a life pension by the gov
ernment. We are glad of it, because lien
is worthy, needs help, and no one is better
able to do it than Uncle Sam.
That now and handsomo packet, Henry
A. Tyler commanded by Capt. V. J. Tur
ner arrived hero from Memphis early Sat
urday morning with a good trip and leaves
hera at 4 p. m. to-morrow. The Tyler is
fast and reliable; as such we commend her
to tho business men of Cairo.
Henry was a good bov, bill unfortun
ately was not possessed of tact. I do
not know thiit you understand precisely
what tact mentis, therefore I will illus
trate. One day a gentleman was walk
ing along tho street when all of a sud
den an avalanche of dust descended up
on bim from a second-story window,
Henry, who was standing near, saw tho
accident; but he did not have tact. It
seemed so funny to see a strange gen
tleman suddenly subjected to a dust
shower that ho laughed aloud. But
John was entirely unlike Henry. Not
withstanding il was he who bad pre
cipitated tho dust upon the strange gen
tleman, he was in the street and ad
dressing the gentleman in a moment.
Ho tciitl lie was exceedingly sorry that
such an unfortunato necident had be
fallen the gentleman, and volunteered
to brush tho dust fromlho hitter's cloth
ing; but while pretending to do this ho
rubbed ehalk ail over tho gentleman's
back. Tho gentleman thanked John
for his kindness, and said ho should bo
only too glad to do him a favor. John,
you seo, had tact; but Henry, who saw
the whole transaction, did not offer to
assist tho treutlcmaii. Ho simply
laughed. This angered the gentleman,
andby his efforts Henry was discharg
ed from employment, while John se
cured a remunerative situation. There
is nothing liko tact. Ronton Transcript.
It looked very gloomy the other morn
ing. The sky was heavy ovoroas( and a
mist was falling, the air was chill. But
before noon an organ grinder appeared.
How much we doubt, how little we trust.
MEN WOMEN AND BOOKS.
EDITED IS THE INTEHEST OF THE CAIRO
PUBLIC 1.11; It All Y.
Nothing great was ever achioved without
some cnthusiusn. Emerson.
A statue of Longfellow is to be erected in
his native city of Portland.
Dr. Schliemann'u account of his excava
tions at Hissarlik last winter is to bo usd
simultaneously in English nnd German.
Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes has resigned
bia Professorship at the Harvard Medical
School, nnd will duvutoJiU timo to litera
ture. '"Paul II. Haync, the southern poor, is a
man of medium size with a well propor
tioned figure, olive complexion, dark brown
eyes, and a full massive forehead. He bus
highly polished maimers, cordial address,
and so much natural eloquence in conver
sitioa as to remind everyone of the fact
that he is a nephew of Robert Hay hp,
D.iniel Webster's fam uH opponent."
The decorative art, tho aiost important
movement of the present centres at Pliila-
adelphia, and may be stated broadly as Mr.
Lohnd's advocacy of industrial training, in
conjunction with tho public schools. His
effirti began about eighteen months ago,
and the experiment made timidly and
quietly by tho school board has been more
than successful, both tt.e board and the
scholars regarding it with enthusiasm.
The following is a statement of bcuuf ac
tions from worn on:
Mids Pkuuiui r, to Cambridge Uuiverity,
to endow one professorship, gave $35,000;
Mary Towrnseud, for the same, $23,000;
Sarah Jackson, for the same, $10,000;
other ladies, in sums over $1,000, to the
same, over $130,000. To Andover Profes
sional School of Theology ladies have given
over $6.',000, and, of this, $UO,000 by one
ldy. In Illinois, Mrs. G trretsou has given
to one professional school $300,000. In
Albany, Mrs. Dudley h is giveu, for a sci
entific institution for men, $10o,000. To
Beloit College, Wisconsin, property has
been given, by one lady, valued . at $30,
Thus half a million has been given by
women to these sis collea.-s and profession
al stiio'--. . Vii'i ail iu tn'. VireSeiit ccdtt.Ty.
THE Fit tO ATE CONSTtTCTlON TO BE TOWED
TO POHTSMOCTH, N II. HEU HISTORY.
Tho frigate Constitution. "Old Iron
sides," which has been lying in ordinary at
the New York navy yard for some timo
past, is about to be removed from her pres
ent uioorinus by order of tho secretary of
the navy, and towed by tho Powhattan to
Portsmouth, N. II. Several years ago the
navy department concluded to break her up
but the republication at that timo of the
following lines of the old poem of Oliver
Wendell Holmes aroused a popularTeoliug
of indignation, and sho was repaired and
converted into a school-ship:
Ay, tear her tattered euflitn down?
Loug has it waved on hltfli.
And tunny an eye has duueed to soo
That UanniT In Ihe sky;
IU IK' .n U it rung the battle shout
And burst Ibe cannon's rear;
The muteor of tlm ocean air
Shall sweep the clondu no mnto.
Thu constitution was one of tho largest
of six frigates whose construction was order
ed by congress on March 27, 1794. She
was launched in October, 1707. She was
built iu Huston of tho best live oak und
cost $302,718. Shu began her career in
the Tiipolitan war in 1804, engaging
against batteries mounting 115 guns at
Tripoli, and her broadsides assisted in rc
captming 1)00 American sailors, who had
been captured by tho Trlpolitans from on
board the frigate Philadelphia. In the war
against Great Britan in 1S12 sho taintd
her lamous victory over the British frigate
Querriere on August 11). On December 211,
following, tho Constitution had an engage
ment with tho British frigate Java, and,
after hot contest, tooK her as a prize. Tho
following year, on a cruise on tho const of
Guiana and among tho Windward islands,
she captured the British sloop of war Pic
ton, a letter of marque and several merchant
vessels. Sho barely escaped being cap
tured by a British fleet in 1814 by taking
refuge in thu barlmr of Sdoiii, M is. On
February 20ih, 1815, during onothercruise
sho captured, alter an action of forty min
utes at night, tho British frigate Cyano and
the British sloop Levant. Tho latter was
recaptured by a British squadron off tho
harbor of Porto Prays, and Capt. Stewart
of the Constitution, fearing that tho neu
trality of the port would not bo observed,
run away with bis other prize.' The Cyauo
arrived at Now York in April, 1715, and
Constitution a month later. '
During tho adminihtration of President
Jackson, while the Constitution was moored
in New York harbor, a curious incident
occurred. A figure head of President Jack
son had boon put on tho prow, and the
circumstances arousing the indignation of a
liuutouant, ho determined that "Jackson
should not go boforo tho Constitution." H
thoreforo behoadod the figure. The head
was recovered and replaced by Commodore
Elliott. It remained on tho prow until the
vessel was repaired for centennial duty,
when the effigy was removed and placed
on a pedestal on tho grounds of the Aonap
olis Naval academy. In 1873 the Consti
tution was for a timo laid up in ordinary,
and in 1876 sho was dockod and over
hauled. Her last previous voyage was to
France, at trie time of the Paris exposi
tion. Nevkh try to raiso a family without a
good news paper, provided it contains the
advertisement of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup;
is va'uablo medicine is necessary to
keep your children in good health.
Tho congressional committee appointed
to inspect and report upon the condition
and needs of the Mississippi river from
Cairo to Now Orleans, left Cincinnati Mon
day morning at boll'.past nine on the
steamer Guiding Star. Tho committee is
composed ot Burroughs ol Michigan,
chairmau; Robson of M issiehu ietts,
Hazelton of Wisconsin, Hiscock of New
i'ork. Ellis of L'ltiisai.a, Hohnian nf In
diana, Carlisle of Kentucky, and Butter
worth of Ohio. S line of lie io nre accom
panied by their families. Assistant Scr-geaut-at-arms
Thomas Kavmiangli goes
along as business manager of the committee.
Mayor Means and quite a number of lead-
citizens went with the party as f.ir as Au
The party Btoppud over at Louisville, Ky.
and is expected to arrive at this port
The object of the committee is first to
inquire into the work now iu progress for
thy improvement of the Mississippi river
below Cairo, and the methods employed in
making such improvements, aud'into tho
application of tho appropriation made by
congress for that purpose. Mr. llurrows ap
pointed the following subcommittee to con
sider the above topic: Messrs. Burrows of
Msciiigan, Hitchcock of New York, and
Carlisle of Kentucky.
Second, to inquire into all matters per
taining to, and the feasability of, the out
let system for the improvement of the
Missitssppi river. This subject is commit
ted to the following subcommittee Messrs.
Butterworthof Ohio, IL.z-.dtou of Wisconsin
and Hillman of Indiana.
it is note won j J , . that Uazoiton U
chairman of the Pacific railroads committee
of tho house, and that Butterworth is also
a member of that committee, and both of
them havo been defeated for re election to
congress. It is understood that Butter
worth's viows do not run counter to the
hostility expressed by the Cincinnati press
towards tho river commission. Heilman
has hereto givou a willing ear to the dis
sertations of John Cowdon on tho outlet
Third Into tho improvements made at
the nvuith of tho Mississippi by the system
of jetties, the extent to which tho same
h.'ive fucilii tied the navigation of tho river
to tho gulf, their permanency and tho
method now employed in tho improvement
thereto, and into all matters touching said
improvements; tho methods and effects
thereof and contracts touching tho same.
Tho subcommittee on this branch of tho in
quiry is Messrs. Robinson of Massachusetts,
Thomas of Illinois and Ellis of Louisiana.
This is believed to be a fair-minded sub
committee. N. B. Hulton, engineer of tho
Baltimore harbor board, accompanies tho
select committee as advisory engineer.
of in the cruel candor of marriage. Tho
secret of a great, social success is to
wound no one's self-love. Tho same
secret will go far toward making mar
riage happy. Many a woman who
would consider it nn unpardonable rude
ness not to listen with an air of interest
to what a mere acquaintance is saying,
will havo no least scruple in showing
her husband that his talk wearies her.
Of course, the best thing is when talk
docs not weary when two people are
so unified in taste that whatever inter
csts tho one Is of equal interest to the
other, but this cannot always bo tho
case, even iu a happy marriage; and is
it not better worth while to tako the
small trouble of p.t.viiig courteous at
tention to tho one who depends on you
for his daily happiness than even to be
stow this courtesy on the aootialutanei',
whom it is a transient pleasure to
ploaseP Louise Chuwlkr Aloulloii, iu
Ho Folt Proud of His Toot.
In a down town auction room, on n
certain occasion, n little German Jew,
who wns slowly and shrewdly making
his bid, w its addressed by a near by
"Thero Is a very disagreeable odot
about here; what can It beP"
"Yaas," ho replied, unhesitatingly,
'Mat ish my vuetP
"Your feet! Then why don't vou re
tire from the room ami not mingle with
goiitloniciiP The odoryoiir feet exhale
is very offensive."
Ah!" responded tho littlo Hebrew,
"you ought to zrncll 'em in a zmall
room in do zuinmer-liiue!"
Pride in such an iiccompllshment, as
Baron Poinpolino would say, "is u vir
tue somewhat niro."
A ('arson, Nop., man, who wns di
vorced from his wife twenty years ago,
loft for California recently to remarry
the partner of his early manhood. He
lias neither seen his former wlfo nor his
children during all this tlrao.
Is not signing a pledge
or taking a solemn oath that
cannot be kept, because of
the non-removal of the cause
liquor. The way to make
a man temperate is to kill
the desire for those dreadful
artificial stimulants that car
ry so many bright intellects
to premature graves, and
desolation, strife and un
happiness into so many
Itisafactl Brown's Iron
Bitters, a true non-alcoholic
tonic, made in Baltimore,
Md.,by the Drown Chemical
Company, who are old drug
gists and in every particu
lar reliable, will, by reniov-
ing the craving appetite of
the drunkard, and by curing
the nervousness, weakness,
and general ill health result
ing from intemperance, do
more to promote temperance,
in the strictest sense thin
any other means now known.
It is a well authenticated
fact that many medicines,
especial ly bitters are noth
ing butchcap whiskey vilely
concocted for use in local
option countries. Such is
not the case with Brown's
Iron Bitters. It is a medi
cine, a cure for weakness
and decay in the nervous,
muscular, and digestive or
gans of the body, produc
ing good, rich blood, health
and strength. Try one bot
tle. Price gi.oo.
MUTUAL AID HOCjiTY,
UREKA1 EUREKA 11
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
of OA mo.
Organized Julv lUh, 1H77, Lmler the Lawi o
the JitHtMu" Illinois. Copvrilitetl Julv
U, 11177, Under AftufCoiigrcBs.
.1 AS. S. JleCAniiY
.1. II. liOIUNSoN
.1 . A. IIOLDHTIN hi
W. II, V A It K A N I
.1. S. l'KTHI K f
EI. IJ. WHITE
.... Medical Advisor!
Wm. F. PITCH I'lt, I.. S. THOMAS,
W.C.JOCKIYN, Y. VINCENT,
WILL T. KE1UJL KN.
J. A. (iotdstlno, of Oolilstlnu ,t ItoseuwHter, whole
sain aud ret'itl drv good, etc.; Jas. S. McUahey,
lumber dealer; Wm. K. I'ltclier, general airentj
Albert Lewis, dualor in Hour anil grain; L. 8.
Thomas, bricklayer; Alone Phillips, contractor
and hutliliir ; II. A. Chnmbley, grocer! Thos.
Lewis, secretary and attorney-aMaw; A'. H.
Murean, INmu'pathio Physician; 11 8a der, of
8ander,t Hon. vrrocers; It, 11. ltalrd, streni super
visor; Jul II While, ass't o. W. J O. M. A. 8
clety; J. V, Spier, lumber and a-wenlll; K. L.
Oernlgon, barber: R. H Dietrich, clerk W., St. L.
P. H. It.; M. kohier. merchant tailor; Jen M.
Clark, dealer In wall-paper and window shades; J.
K. Kngtlsb, contractor and builder; WiUT- Kd
barn, of Morse A Kedburn, cigar manufaclurera;
K. Vincent, dealer In Hum a id cement; L A.
Phelps, photoirrapher; W. C. Jocvlyn, dentist; 8
11. Taber, mfg, Jesrelur; J. II. Hoblnson, J. P. n1
notary nubile; J, 8. Petri, nhralolan; II. W.
Hostwlck, Insurance agent; K. JC. Jarboe. foreman
bt.Oaa malna, and! E. Walbndg., lumber and
saw-mill, of Cairo; H. Leighton, cashltr Nat.
Bank.lUuart, Iowa; Bov. V, A. Wtlkoraoa, Prior
bug, Ky.i J.W. Tarry, phyilolan.Falton, Kjr.