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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 14, 1882.
s OFFICIAL DIRKCTOEY. .
City Offlcerf. j .
Mayor N,B. Thiatlewood.
Tn.aH'iiur T. J, Kurth.
Cli-rli Dennis. J, Foley.
OiMin.oior Win. li. Gilbert.
Marshal L. II. Muyere,
Attorney W llllem llendrlr.ki.
OAHD or AUIRHMIN
Ktrst Ward Win. MelUle.T. M. Klmhroaijh.
Hocond Ward-Jesse lliuklfl, 0. N. Hughe.,
n.ir.i w&rii U. K. Ulako. John Wood.
Kourlh Ward-Cbarlca 0. I'atler, Adoipb Swo-
"r'ifth Ward-T. W. Ilisllldav. Ernest B. Pettlt.
Circuit JiitlKH I). J.Uaker.
Circuit Clerk A. 11. Irvln.
County Judge It. 8 Vocura.
Couuty Clerk S. J. fluni'n.
County Attorney J. M. Oamron.
County Treasurer Milei W. Parker,
fiheiltl John lloduca.
Coroner K. KitZKorala
County Commissioner T. W. Halllday, J. A.
Ullih. and Fetor Hanp.
C1AIKO BAPTHr. Corner Tenth and Poplar
, streets; preacnlnn flr-l and Utrd Sundays In
each raoulii, 11 a. in. and 7:W o. m : prayer meet
iLii Tauroday, 7;30 v. ui. ; Sunday school, 9:30 a.m
Rev. A. J. UKdS Pastor.
iHL'KOH OK THE REDKBMit K-Kplacop!j
j Kourteontb itreef, Sunday 7:00 a n Uoly
Kuvhartst; v:M a. m., Sunday ;uool; iliuOa.rn.,
Morclnn rrarera: :tp. ra., Eveulng Prayen. r.
p. llavunpori, S.T. H. Hector.
phlhT MISSION AHY BAPTIST CUCHCH
V Pr -' lilii((attn:)a. n..,p. m . aud 7:90 P- m.
n',tiil! school it 7:30 p. ro Kev. T. J. bhorei,
II THKltAM-Thirteenth .treet; servlLCl Bab
a hub l:Wi a. to.; Sunday echooUp m. Rev.
MtTHODlHT-Cor. Kthlb and Walnut streets.
I'rearhlne Sabbath 11:0(1. m. and?:') p.m.
Midday bcbuni at .):oo p. m. Kev. J. A. ScarreU.
I) liKKHYTKKIAN -Eighth street; preacnlag on
Sabbath at U:uO . m and 7:30 p. in.; Pry(
neili:K Wudnesdar at 7:3') p.m.; Sunday School
l,tap. m. Kef B. Y.Ueoue, pattor.
ST. .lofKPH 8--Kotnn Catholic) Corner Croil
at.d Walnut ivreeta; lervlee Sabbath 10:80 a.
c; S mday School at a p. m.; Vesper p. m.; er
rici every day at 8 . m. ltev. O'Haia, Priest.
ST. PAT!lCK S-Homan Catholic) Corner Ninth
strict and WahlnitoB avenu; eervtce Sab
oath aand io. m.; Vesper p. m. : Sandey School
i y. in. ervica every day at 8 a. m. Re. MnataruoD
K. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
TIUIXS DErABT. TAI AKRIVI.
Mall.... .8:03 a.m I tMal! .:( .m
ccon'dljon.lt:10.in Exoren 1. ''.in
tSipresi., 8:60 p.m J AccomUtloa..: j.m
' 0. St. L. N. O. R. R. (Jackson Kantc),
rMetl 4:4- a m I tMall ... .. 4:S0p.m
Express....... 10:.) a m tKipresi 10:30 m
ST. L. A C. K. K. (Narrow Game.)
Eipre.. 8:13 a.m I 'Express 4:SA p.m
Accum'datlon. 1:00 p.m I Accom'datlon 11:40 a.m
BT.L.. I.M. 48. K. R.
t Ex pres. U:30p.ni rExpreat.... 2:20 u.m
WABASII, ST. LOUIS PACIFIC R'T CO.
Mall A Km.,,. 5:00 vm lMaUA Ki.... 9:40 p.m
vAtxom'datlcm 3:W p.m 1 1 Accom'dation 11 :10 a.m
Daily except ounay. juuuj.
MOBILE OHIO H. R:
Mall -J:&5. m. I Mil...-....:10 p. m.
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Clacago.
The Oiilv Line Hunninc;
O DAILY TRAINS
Making Dikkct Conneotion
Turn Lit Ciito:
3:05 a.m. Mail.
ArrlTina In Bt. Lonla 1:45 a.m.; Chicago, 8:80 p.m.;
ConS-elJB, at Odin and Bfthngham for Cfncln.
rati, Loulavllle. Indlaaapoln and point Kant.
11:10 a.m. Bt. Ioul and Wwitern
IE x press.
Arriving In Bt. Lout 7:05 p. m., nd eonnectlne
for allpointi We.t.
3:BO p.m. Fast ICxpre.
JorBt. Louli and Chicago, nrlvrng at St. Lonli
10:40 p.m., and Chicago . :'20 a.m.
3:00 p.m. Cincinnati Kxprea.
Arrltlna t Cincinnati 7:00 .m.j Louiirllle fl:55
.m.: Indlanapolt. 4:06 .m. PHMBiiert b
thti train reach th bove polnta 1 ii to 30
UOUKS In dnce of auy other route.
tVTheS:5!) p. m. xpron baa PULLMAN
BLKEPINU CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, witbout
channel, ud through leepri to Bt. Louli and
Fast Time East.
D.n,ftn na by thli lino (to through to KaiU
rassengers efn point without ny douy
cauaed by Sunday intervening. The Saturday after-
" " ...I. In tinur Ynrk Mondav
mornlug at 10:85. Tblrty alx hourln dvncoof
nvot bur route, .
ISjrKor through ticket! and further information,
DU T at 11 11 Oli veuirsi nannu m
"P T J. U. JONES, Ticket Agent.
A.D. HANSON, Gen. Pan. Agent. Chlcgo
Q.EORQE II. LEACII, M. D.
Phvsioian and Surgeon.
mont-r aurglcal dlaeaaui, and dlaeioi of womoo
Office: On Hth atroHt, oppoilte the Post Otnce,
It. W. 0. JOCTLYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial A venue
II. E. W. WniTLOCK,
Ornui-No. 1M OommircUl Avraof, batwtan
Jtghth and Ninth Streeu
Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruite, with
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids or efrV'ffe
ial Essences. Always uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Have gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and quaU
ity. Admitted by all who have used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louia, Mo.,
Bakwaaf lp.ll Ytut (!, D,. rr(f' Omb ltklf
Ttmin, mi Ur. PrlM'i lilqut ttrtum.
VI MAKE NO SECOND CRADE COODS
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Varietv Stock
IN THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIEU & CO.,
Dor. Nineteenth atreet 1 Po5fk Til
Commercial Avenue ttllU 111
ST. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RCN AS FOLLOWS.
ON AND AFTER MflSDAt, OCTOBER 25.
Frnnu. and Mall leave. Cairo, every day except
Sunday, at 8:15 a. m. Arrlv.a at Kant St. Loula at
;Alp.ra Arnveaai uairo ai :aop. ra.
Accorumodntlon arrive at 11:40 a. ra. and oe
part at 1:00 p. in.
"EW HORSE SHOEING SUOr.
I have opened a
oo 9th atreet. between Com merclal and Washing
ton avei., having given thla budncai my (pedal
aiienuon lor .
Over Twentv Years
I feel confident I can give perfect satisfaction. I
have not onlv given my attention, to ,
MAKING AND FITTING SHOES,
hut have made ihe contractVou of the foot nd
lltnha atuly lo, whlcu ennie me 10 m my
bovi properlv and In ao doing relieves the bone
Irom a great deal of injury tkat he would otter
wise be anbject to,
Hoping bv itrtct attention to bulnesa and fair
dealing to receive a llboral ahare of the public pat
ronage. Vour Respect.- JOUN McCLELLAN.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE V5 STATES.
nn anil after Mondav. July 34, an i until further
notlcMhe ferryboat Three States will run a near
ai possible on tue following tlinu table:
Foot Fourth it. Mlsiouri Land g.
(1:30 a.m. 7:00 a. m;
fl:0 " :00 "
10:so " ll:"o
J:oop. m. 2:30 p.m.
Foot Fourth it. Kentucky Ld'g. )
4:00 p.m. 4:30p.m. .
7:30 a. m.
11 :M "
8:00 f. m.
On last trip leaving Eontu-kvUndingat4:30o'clock
p. m., the boat will go to Birds Point, making con
nection with T. A St, L. paiongur train for Cairo.
Flrsttrlp at8:;to a. m. leaving Cairo. Will connoct
with T. A 8t. L. train leaving Cairo.
O O A. L
D Stoves ID
S Tinware. S
CU1CAG0 MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY BY CITAS. CUNlJlNO
0:30 A. M. Novomber 11,1882. ,
- November. December. January,
Pork $18 40 $ $17 75
Wheat 93 9:!
Corn .66 63
Pork $18 40 " H $17 70
Wheat 9 $f . n V4
Corn W'i 53 '
Outs 347 34i
1 CO P. M.
Pork 18 W4 S $17 f5
Wheat 9.-'$ 93 93 K
Corn 5),iaili M
Oata Sa 337 itH
NEW YORK, NOV. I. 1882.
Wheat R. W.$t 031 YiY No 2 R. W. $1 07
108i. No. i Corn 0i.
Wheat-114 can winter. 141 can iprlna, "
Corn-88B can. 15,000 burhel Canal.
W. F. Lahbdiw, r!?er edit r of i'as Bullti
and ite,nbot pusen.'er ag'.-nt. Orders for all
kindsof iteatnhoat Job printing solicited. Olllce
at Bower' European Hotel, No. 72 Ohio levee.
HTAOE8 OF THE RIVER.
The rivor marked by the gauge last
evening at this port, 11 feet 9 inches and
Pittsburg, Nov. 138 p. ni River 2 feet
2 inches and rising.
Cincinnati, Nov. 136 p. rn. River
feet 3 inches and tailing.
Louisville, Nov. 136 p. m. River 6
feet 3 inches and rising.
Nashville, Nov. 13-6 p.m. River 2 feet
5 inches and falling.
St Louis, Nov. 13-6 p.m. River lOfeet
1 inches and rising.
The Commonwealth is this morning duo
for St. Louis.
The Will Kyle for New Orleans leaves
The City of Providence leaves St. Louis
this evening for Vicksburg.
The Fannie Tatum is advertised to leave
St. Louis Thursday evening for Helena.
The Gus Fowler is due from Paducah at
2 to-day, and leaves on her return trip at
4:80 p. m.
The Andy Baum from Cincinnati for
Memphis to-morrow. See Passenger Agent
Lambdin and get your tickets.
...... T..1.-I-.' . J-f,
Memphis with a good lot of passengers, but
her freight manifest was light.
The City of Vicksburg from St. Louis
passed down for the Lower Mississippi yes
terday. She bad a number one trip.
The John B. Maude is the mail packet
of the Anchor line, and is due here this
evening from St. Louis for Memphis.
The R. R. Springer from New Orleans is
due here to-night for Cincinnati. The
Springer is one of the swiftest of the switt.
The J. II. Hillnun was advertised to
leave Nashville Mon.lay evening, which
would make her due here to morrow tuorn-
Capt. Will Ilambleton, of Mound City,
left for St. Louis by rail last evening ou
business, pertaining to the ways at the
' Harry Millar, formerly the accomplished
second clerk of the U. P. Schenck, will fill
the same position on the new Bteamer Will
Weather cool and clear yesterday, and
business greatly improved in all branches
of business as well as on the wharf and
The Clinton from Memphis had a good
up-stream trip and on her arrival here dis
charged about twenty passengers, and left
for St. Louis at 2 p. m.
The U. P. Schenck left Cincinnati for
Hew Orleans Saturday evening tlio 11th
inst.. with a fair start. Her destination is
$ew Orleans, and will reach hero to-morrow
night or Thursday morning.
The beautiful Big O Line steamer Guid
ng Star will leavo hero this morning for
New Orleans. She has a fine trip tor the
stage of water and the congressional rivor
commission on board, among them some
very distinguished men.
Cpt. Bob Wiso with his popuhr picket
Jas. W. Gaff is due hero this morning froxt
Memphis. The Gaff is a pleasant boat to
travel on, and her officers are all clever
gentlemen. Passengers going up tbo Ohio
to Cincinnati or way points can secure
tickets at low rates from W.F. Lambdin,
Take little annoyances out of the way.
It you are suffering with a Cough or Cold,
use Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup at once.- Tbo
old and reliable remedy will never disap
point you. All druggists soil it for 25
cents a bottle.
Ir the blood be lmpover ished, as mani
fested by pimplop, eruptions, ulcers, or
running sores, scofulous tumors, swellings
or goneral debility, take Dr. R. V. Pierce's
"Golden Medical Discovery." Bold by all
The Lick Observatory. '
Concerning the Lick observatory tho
San Jose (Cnl.) Times says: The obser
vatory is situatod on tho lowe.t of tho
peaks of the mountain, at an elevation
of 4.2H5 foot above tho sea. Wo found
here itniplo ttitnony that the 114,000
which Capt. Frazor has paid out "this
year haH boon wisely expended. Al
most one-half of tho observatory proper
is now being roofed. When completed
it will bo 210 feet long, with a width in
the centre of 60 foot, and is 40 at each
siilo. At ono end of this structure stands
a dome 30 feet in diameter at the baso
and 4G feet liih in which is mounted a
line twelve irroh refracting toleseopo.
This instrument is twice the size of any
other glass in the state, and is. capablo
'of a power of 1,200 dinmotersV It can
cause the moon, which is almost 240,
000 miles away, to appear as though it
were but 2u0 miles distant. Tho remain
der of the finished section of the build
ing will be ilovotod to a clock-room, a
large workshop, a dormitory, and writing-room,
and a reception-room for vis
itors." Tlio exc:ivntion Sot tho grca
(lonio is 80 fuel in diameter. Tho dome
will be built on tho solid rock and will
be occupied by the famous thirty-six
inch refractor. This glass is the largest
in the world, tho next in order boing
the Vienna refractor, twenty-seven
inches, tho telescope at tho Naval ob.
servatory nt Washington, twenty-six
inches, the Newhall instrument at New
castle, England, twenty-lire inches, and
the recent ly-erocted refractor at tho
llalsted observatory, Princeton, twenty-three
inches. The focal 'length nec
essary for the Lick telescope can not bo
determined until tho obj'ect glass is test
ed. Hence it is now impossible to build
the dome for its reception, foriu length
may be any where from forty to sixty
feet. Two small structures adjoining
the main building are already supplieiJ
with apparatus indispensable to the as
fl. D. VefT. f,f (irnnW. raised 1.000
bushels of potatoes from thirteen acres,
and without irrigation.
Canon City papers are indignant be
cause mountain sheep in that vicinity
are being mercilessly slaughtered.
An Italian organ-grinder, enraged by
bad business, smashed his organ with
rn ax at Snrinrrliehl. Ohio, and mado a
bonfire of the pieces.
Ex-Commissioner Le Due thinks the
preat desire in Eurone to emigrate to
America will ultimately cause trouble
on Dotn continents.
The Macon Telegraph is protesting
against tlio luodorn practice of some
Georgia papers of talking about "corn
huskings." It says that tho north's vic
tory did not impose that word upon
them, and that nothing but "corn-shuck-ing"
is ever done in Georgia.
A Boston tramp informed tho police
magistrate that his occupation was "vot
ir&p'ifh V'iW? t.-Cct 0,r,cei whooping
ing with pride to the abundant" V."f
vests." The Court "whooped" him up
for a good long term in the House of
Near Winchester, Mass., is a Umib
from which the door has rotted away.
The small boys of tho neighborhood
make tho deserted place their play
ground. They pile tho bones of the four
persons buried there in fantastic shape,
and knock thorn down with the grinning
A small space of ground near the
main entraneo of Castle Garden settled
a few days ago and disclosed the mouth
of a tunnel or stwer-like passago lead
ing toward the old fort. It was con
structed and used in tho war of 1812and
had long ago been forgotten.
Reuben Simms, an old colored man
who died recently at Roanoke, claimed
to have made tho first plug of tobacco
ever made in Virginia. Iu order to
form a compact mass ho twisted up the
leaves and with a mallet forced thorn
into an auger holo bored in a block of
Tho corner-stone of tho old National
theater at Boston, which was recon.ly
uncovered by the widening of Portland
street, was found to contain, among nu
merous other interesting relics, a grape
shot from the field of Cerro Gordo, and
bill from tho ancient Federal street
theater, dated Oc't. 28, 17U0.
Milliners select the best feathers ol
eight birds to make a single turban.
Blue jays, black birds, magpies, crows,
partridges, hawks, wild ducks, pigeons,
swallows, and many other familiarly
known birds, aro stripped of their feath
ers to minister to tho new craze.
An enthusiastic prophet predicts that
by tho beginning of another year there
will be over :15.'000.000 invested in cot
ton factories in tho Southern States,
amfthac there will be $100,000,000 in
vested in cotton manufacturing in the
South within the next dozen years.
There are fashions in eoll'ee as in
other articles, and as tho late arrivals iu
Java have been pale, which is tinder
stood to bo undesirable tho old brown
coffees are in demand at full prices,
while tho now is being pressed for sale
nt lower figures.
Fivo-ccnt and Ono-eent pieces nre
rapidly growing in popularity on the
Pacific coast, but treasury regulation
forbid that the sub-troasurer shall keep
more of those coins on hand than arc
required for immodiato uso. The sup
ply must therefore bo met by banks and
It is the "good old custom" of the
Piutes, who believo in tho survival ol
the fittost only, to kill off all children
that aro deformed or idiotic. Noar Day
ton, Nov., lives a squaw who has a de
formed and idiotio boy. The other day
a delegation of braves went to her hut
to kill tho boy, but the mother fought
so valiantly with tongue, teeth, aud
nails that she held tho executioner and
Ids assistants at bay until some of bet
white neighbors, urousod by her out
cries, wont to her rescue and drova ofl
the attacking force.
It will cost S cents for ono of the new
postal money-orders for a sum less than
"), and the service is so extended as to
raise tho limit of orders from 850 to
$100. Persons will not be required to
till out a blank, but will receive an or
der payable to the boarer at any desired
A novel question is agitating the resi
dents of Tucson, Arizona, as to whether
a female who wont through the mar
riage vows with a man on his dying bed
is maid or widow. Tho technical pro
position Is that tin; physician exclaimed,
just as tho minister was pronouncing
them man and wife: "My God, he's
"1 00," said a young man at a Col
oradot wedding, when the minister
asked if anybody knew any reason w hy
the couple should not bq united. Tho
objector explained that the bride had
promised to marry him; but that was
not considered a sutlicient reason for
stopping tho ceremony, which was con
cluded amid the tittering of tho assem
blage. It is related that a ' fine cedar planted
by the late Senator Hill, and in the
growth of which lie took much interest,
began to show signs of disease simul
taneously with tlio prostration of the
senator, and that in spite of the garden
er's care, a few days after the tfeath of
Senator Hill there was not a green leaf
A lawsuit in Fulton county, New
York, involved tho sum of 7 cents. A
man bought two penny pears, and ton
dored a coin in payment. The seller
gave him 1 cent in change. The buyer
said tho coin ho tendered was a dime;
the seller asserted that it was a 3-cent
piece. They went to law about it and
the jury disagreed.
A San Francisco policeman who got
nothing but curses for rescuing a would
be suicide from a watery grave is said
to have soliloquized: "If you are crazy,
tho world won't miss you; if you aro
not crazy and want to put an end to
yourself, you aro a fool not fit to live. I
ought to throw you in again." Which
he did, and tho lamp of the once rescued
man's life went out beneath tho salty
water of tho bay.
From being the dryest and one of the
unhealthlostiowns iu SouthwestGeorgia,
Albany has become, perhaps, tho best
watered town in the State, and while tho
couutry round about is as full of sickuess
as ever, it has had very little, indeed, of
the customary sickliness. All this has
been brought about simply by boring
two artesian wells.
Fifty drunken colored men from Coates
ville, Pa., descended upon a camp
meeting near Honeybrook and insisted
upon kissing all the bouncing colored
girls and fighting all the men who ob
jected. A riot ensued, and in the fusil
ade of pistol balls a bad negro was kill
ed. Singularly enough, his name was
Bishop Huntington is of the opinion
that one, prolific cause of malaria Vies in
tho action of mill owners who draw oil
their ponds or allow tho water to run
Aft iftiloPLdavs, leaving the bottoms with
poison the air around? As malaria is
on tho increase in certain parts of Mas
sachusetts, it would seem that this mat
ter was a propejr subject for legislative
According to the report 'of the Scot
tish iierrin r fishery for 1X81, tho yield
consisted ol. l', 1 11, 115 barrels of cured
herrings. This number has only oneo
been exceeded in 18M0, when 1,473,600
barrels wero obtained. In 1881 14,80'J
boats were employed in the fisheries,
with 48,121 men and boys, being an in
crease over 1880 of 68 boats and 'J'JQ fish
ermen. Tho e.vEmpress Eugenie is about to
quit England, having bought a chateau
in Styria for $300,000. She is mad be
cause the queen showed so much atten
tion to Cetywayo, the Zulu king, who
she considers responsible for tho death
of her son, tho prince. She is justified
in getting hull'y, after the queen had
given her so much taffy. The idea ol
treating that colored bruto with any
thing but kicks is repulsive to many b&
FL0UP- GRAIN AND HA
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
OA IllO. ILLS.
V. TlltOSH, President.
II. WKl.l.H, Cashier.
P. NiCFK. Vlc.o I'rea'ul
T. J.Knrlh, Ain't r.ash
K. Bros Ca'ro I William K'uyi. .Calm
Potitr Nnlf... William Wolf.
O.M O.Irli)h " IO.O. Patter "
K. A. Budur " II. VYulln .. '
J, Y. Clem'nn, Calmloula.
AUENBRAUUNKINU UUSINKsS DONB.
Exchange soM ami bought, lutoroit pll It
the Havings Department, Cullof ilons muds and
all hull nets promptly attended to.
That's a common expres
sion and has a world of
meaning. How much suf
fering is summed up in it
The singular thing about
it is, that pain in the back
i3 occasioned by so many
things. May be caused by
kidney disease, liver com
plaint, consumption, cold,
work, nervous debility, &c.
Whatever the cause, don't
neglect it. Something is
wrong and needs prompt
attention. No medicine has,
t yet been discovered that
will so quickly and surely
cure such diseases as
Brown's Iron Bitters, and
it docs this by commencing
at the foundation, and mak
ing the blood pure and rich.
Logamport. Ind. Dee. i, i83o.
For a long time I have been a
sufferer from stomach and kidney
disease. M y appetite was very poor
and the very .mall amount I dia eat
disagreed with me. I was annoyed
very much from non-retention of
urine. 1 tried many remedies with
no sueceii, until I used Brown's
Iron Bitten. Since I uied that my
stomach does not bother me any.
My appetite is limply immense. My
kidney trouble is no more, and my
reneral health is such, that I feel
like a new man. Aftrr the use of
Brown's Iron Bitters for one month,
1 have gained twenty pounds la
weight. O. B. Sargint.
Leading physicians and
clergymen use and recom
mend Brown's Iron Bit
ters. It has cured others
suffering as you are, and it
will cure you.
MUTUAL A 11) SOCIETY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSIM
ANCE. CUM PA NIKS.
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid -Society,
OrfritnlMdJulv 14th, 1877, TJnityr tu Laws o
the State of Illinois, Copvrltnlitoil Juli
9, 1877, Under Act of Coigns.
JAR. 8. MeOAnEV ....Freildant
.1. It. NOHINHON let Vice-Pnmhlent
M. I'UILLll'H ttnd Vlce l'rusldent
J. A.OOLOSTINK Treasurer
.1 S PKTK1K I Medical Advuet
KD. II. WlllTK
Wm. r. PITCHER, L.S.THOMAS,
W.C.JOOKLYN, X. VINCBNT,
WILL T. KKDUt'KN.
BOARD OF MANAOEUS:
J. A. fioldittlne, of Ooldstlno ,t Hnson water, whole
iale aud riit'il dry KMrt, etc. ; Jas. S. McUahoy,
lumhnr dealer; Wm. K. Pitcher, iteneral auoiit;
Albert Lewis, dealer In Dour and Kralni L. 8.
Thomas, hrlcliUyori Musu I'lillllps, contractor
aud bulidurt II. A. Chumhluy, itnwwri Thoa.
Lewis,1 nicintary and atturniy-at-law; W. II.
Marfan, Hraiepathlo puyiiclan; II Sa der, of
Sacdnr Sou. vrocurs) It, II. lUIrd, sirxei super
visor; Ed It White, asa't eoe. W. O. M. A. So
cloly; J. W. Spier, lumber and luw-niill; F. L.
Oirnli(on, barber: R. U. Dietrich, olurk W.,St. L.
AH.K ll.( M. Robier. merchant tailor i Jeff M.
(Mark, dealer In wall paper and window shades J,
B Rnullsh, contractor and builder; WillT. Kd
bnrn, of Morse A Redburn, clr manufacturers;
X.Vincent, dualur Iu Uuia a d cetuuut; L A.
Phelps, photoirrapher; W.O. Jocelyu, dentisti S
ll.Taber, ml. Jeweler) J. II. Robinson, J 1. an 1
notary public) J. 8. Petri, ph. Icleii) H. W.
Iloetwlck, Insurance Kot: K. K. J arboe. foreman
bt.Uas mains, and K K. Walbrtdxe, lumber aim
saw-mUl, of Cairo; It. UlKhtou. thlfr Nat,
Bank, Stuart, Iowa) Kev Y. A wnWsoa. Hrvor.
burg, lay.) J.W. Tarry, phyilolao.Xulhia, Ky.