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AIL Y CAIRO B CJLLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 13, 1882.
Mayor N. B. Tbiatlewood. -Treasurer
T, J. Kerth.
I'lrrk Dennis. J, Foley.
Counselor--Win. B. Utlbert.
Muralis! L. U. Meyers,
.lloruey William Hendricks.
oamd or aldibmii
firm Ward Wm.McHale. T. M. Klmbrough.
Second Ward- Jeme ilinkle, C. N. Hughes,
Third Ward-B. P, Blake, John Wood.
Fourth Ward-Cnerles 0. Petler, Adolpb Swo
bods. fifth Ward-T. W. B&llldar. Xrneat B. Pettlt.
Ci'cnit JudKti U.T.takr.
Circuit Clerk-A. II. Irvln.
County Judge K. rj Yocum.
County Olcrk S.J. Hnmm.
County Attorney J. M. Diimron.
County Treaeurer-Mllos W. l'arker.
tthuiltf John Hodrfes.
Corouer R. KlttKoralO
County Commissioners T. W. Balllday, J. A.
Olbbs aud Peter fcaup.
C1A1RU U.VITHT.-Coruor Tenth and Poplar
J etrceis; preaching Urn and third Sundays In
each montn. 11 a. rn. and 7:) P. m.i prayer meet
tueTnaMday, 7:J0p. in ; Sunday school, 9:30 a.m
Ilov. A. .1. UBSS Paitor.
tUL'KCU OF TUB REDEEMKR (Eptscopa')
j i'ourteenth atreet; Sunday 7:00a m., Holy
Ku hartct; HiX) a. m., Sunday achool : 11:00 a.m.,
Morrilng Prayers; S:(W p. m., Evening Prsyere. F.
p. Davenport, B. T. B. Hector.
IMitHT U18SIOSARV BAPTIST CHCRCH.
V lTcartlue at 10:tw a. n... 8 p. m., and 7:80 p. m.
.alt.tu school at 7: p. m Kev. T. J. tthores,
I I IUKRAN-Thlrteenth street; aorrttei Bab
I d Uth 1 :8ti a. m. i Sunday achool 1p.m. Rev.
MRTIIODIST-Cor. Eltfbtb and Waluut itreeta,
Prta'-htr.g Sabbntb 11:00 a. m. and 7:10 p.m.
ruu'iar .v.toul at :twp. m. Kev. J. A. Scarrett,
I) It lUYTEKIAN KlRhth itreet; preacnlng on
Sabbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:S0p. m.; prayer
nir:l!iu Wedueaday at 7:80 p. m.j Sunday School
at 3 p.m. Iter B. V, Qeurje, paator.
CT JusEPH H--Koinen Catholic) Corner Croaa
0 ai.'l Walnut streets; services Sabbath 10:80 av.
u. ; Sunday School at i p. n. ; Ve spers 3 p. m. J ser
rices even day at B a. m. Kev. O'llara, Priest.
ST. PATKIC'K'8-(Hman Catholic) Corner Sloth
atreet and Washlnirtou avenae; eervlcea Sab
oath 6 and 10 a. m.; Vespers p. m.j Snnday School
1 p. rn. services every day at 8 a.m. Rev. Mwteracui
K. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL H. R.
TKAINS IlEPABT. TBAKS ABKIVI.
ilai; ..S:0Ss.m I tMall 4:06 a.m
tcfomdalion.ll:10e.m 'Kinross ll:10a.m
tfJiprtss 3:Wp m I AocfmdatloB..4:15 pm
C. St. L. N. O . B. a ( Jacksoa Route).
tMall .. 4:a.mltMaU....... .. 4:30p.m
Eipreea 10:30 a m tKaprese l(i;Jem
lAc'modation 8:!p.m 1
ST. L. A C. K. R (Narrow Usage )
Kipree :1 a.m I Kxprvc 4:Sp.m
Accom'datlon. l:')p.ra Accota datlon ll:oe w
ST.L.. I.M. 8. K. R.
Exire-n 11:30p m I tKxpreaa .-. S:j0 u tu
WABASH, ST. I.OCIH PACIFIC U'Y CO.
Mall A Kx .... 5:0 vm 'Mall 4 Ex.... 9-M p m
Accom'dation : p.m tAccoin'daiton 11:10 a.m
tai!y except Sunday, t Dally.
MOBILE OHIO B. H"
Mall .J: a. n. Iall. ....8:10 p, m.
LLINOIS CJINTRA.L R. R.
V'3f f -Til J1i.,3ic
Shortest aud Quickest Route
St. Louis and Clucago;
The Onlv Line Hunnini?
O DAILY TRAIN'S
Making Direct Connection
TtuiNe Liat Caibo:
3:05 a m. Mail.
Arriving In St. Loiila 11:45 a.m.: Chlcao,8.30 p.m.;
ConuKtinif at Odin and EtflnKham for Cincin
nati, LoulavlUo, Indianapolia aud polnta Eet.
11:1) H.m. St. Louie and Wtern
Atrlvlnelu St. Louie 7:05 p. m- and conncctlns
fur all points Woat.
3:50 p.m. Fust Kxpreais
or St. Louie aud Chicago, arrlviug at St. Louli
to;) p.m., and Chicago ":IW am.
li :50 p m. Cincinnati Kxpreaa.
Arrlvlne at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louuvtlle :f,6
a m.i Indianapolla 4:06 a.m. Paaaeunura by
this train rrach the above iiolnta la to U6
UUUHS tu advance of any other route.
tnr-ThflC&M n, m. exprofa haa PULLMAN
KLKKPINU CAR Catro to Cincinnati, without
chunttoi, and through ileoporeto St. toule and
Fast Time East.
r,ccnnrava T tnl' lln (T through to Eait.
ilSSCneiS efn points without any delay
tamed by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
noon tralu from Cairo arrivea In new York Monday
mornluu at 10:35. Thlrly elx hours la advanced
bt other route, ...
If-Kor through -tlcketi aud further information,
apiil'v at Illtuola Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
Hl J. U. JONES, Ticket Aent.
A. H. HANSON, Gen. Peia. Agent. Chicago
Q.E011GE II. LEACH, M. D.
Phvsioian and Surgeon.
Ppoclal attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
mnnt or surgical dlaeasos, and dlseasos of womon
Office: On Uth street, opponlta the Post Ofllce,
R. W. C. JOCFLYN,
OKK1CK Eighth Btruot, near Commercial Avenie
JU. E W, WHITL0CK, r, ,
Omoi-No, 1U Oomtreial AvraMi Ntweta
Jlgitiand Ninth Itmli
NEW YORK STORE,
WU0LE8A.LE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TUB CITY.
GOODS SOLDVERY CLOSE
ijO; O. PATIKK & CO..
Q0r, Nineteenth street) Poiwn 111
Commercial Avunnef -rHril 111
(J O A. L
D Stoves 13
S 'Tinware. B
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
VVholosalo Dealer in Ice.
ICF P Y THE CAR LOAD OR T0N,WELI
?f;KED FOR 8HIPPINO
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Mondav, July 34, and until farther
notlcMhe ferryboat Three States will run as near
as poislbleon tot following time table:
MATIS LIAV1S LIATIS
Foot Fourth et. Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld g.
:S1s. m. 7:00 a.m.' 7:30 a.m.
8:30 " 9:00 " 9:80 "
10:80 " ll:0n u:30 "
J:00p. m. a:S04.m. 3:00 s. m.
Leave Leave Leave
Foot Fourth ft. Kentucky Ld'g. Mlasoarl Land'g.
4:00 p.m. 4:30 p. m 6:10 p.m.
On last trip leaving Kenturkv 1 ending at 4 :30 o'clock
p.m., the boat will go to Birds Point, making con.
nectlon with T. A St. L. pasonger train for Cairo.
First trip at 8:30 a. m. leaving Catro. Will connect
with T. fe St. L. train leaving Cairo.
ST. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RUN A8 FOLLOWS.
ON AND ArrEH MONDAY, OOTOBIH ),
Express and Mall loaves Cairo, every day except
Sunday, at 8:15 a. m. Arriv.s at East St. Louis at
8:20 p.m Arrives at Cairo at 4:35 p. m.
Accommodation arrivea at 11:40 a. ra. and do
parts at 1 :00 p. m.
JAMES KELCH& CO.
IL T. GER0ULD AND
C. P. N E W L A N D.
AND GAS FITTERS,
DRIVE WELLS. FORCE AND
LIFT PUMPS FURNISHED AND PUT
TJP IN A WORKMANLIKE
MANNER, GAS FIX
Of all kind, fnrnlahail tn nrdar. old (lxtnroe re-
bronaeds Jobbing promptly attended to. Orders
received at Daniel Hartman's or at the shop,
COMMERCIAL AVKNCE BETWEEN
NINETfl AND TENTH STREETS,
OAIBO 1 . . . . ILLS.
W. F. Lambuiw, river editor or I'm Bullitik
and steamboat paiiseagor ai;bnt. Orders for all
kinds of stoamhoat Job printing solicited. Ofllce
at Bower's European Hotel, No. 7i Ohio levee.
STAGES OF TUB IUVKR.
The river marked by the gauge last
evening at this purt, 0 feet and
10 inches and falling.
PittsburKb.Dec. 126 p. m River 7 feet
6 inchcaand rising.
Cincinnati, Dec. 126 p. m. River IS
feet 11 iuches and rising.
Louisville, Dec. 126 p. m. River fl
feet 0 inches and stationery.
Nashville, Dec. 120 p.ui. River 4 feet
6 inches and stationery
fit. Louis, Di'c. 12.-0 p.m. River 4 feet
7 inches and falling. .
The W. P. Ualliday leavos here this
evening for New Orleans.
The Clinton is lying here and will enter
the trade as a regular packet from this
city to Memphis.
The prospect for a loDg terrible winter is
slowly but surely dying out, and the weath
er prophets are liable to get left.
If you wish to travel on a pleasant boat
with a jolly crew, take the Millar and got
your tickets from W. F. Ltrabdin, Agent.
The Ohio is still rising at Cincinnati and
Pittsburg, also other poioU. Business was
brisk here yesterday, at least in marine
The Mississippi fine stern-wheel steam
er, owned by Uncle Sam, arrived from St.
Louis last evening. She will likely proceed
south to day.
The Cons Millar from Memphis is due
this evening for Cincinnati. She has an
excellent trip; as an item we will mention
900 bales of cotton.
The City of Baton "Rogue from New Or
leans arrived here yesterday morning with
s good up-stream trip. She will discharge
and reload here for New Orleans.
Remember the Jus. W. Gaff fromjCincin
nati is due here to-day for M mphis. See
W. F. Ltmbdio, rasecaar Agent and get
your ticket. By so doing you can secure
Capt. J. W. Turley, Land Agent of the
I. C. R. R. and the heaviest man of that
road is in the city on business. He looks
hale and hearty and looks if he might be
on hand at the next centennial.
Dave Bist formerly engineer on the gov
ernment light house boat, Joseph Henry,
arrived here last evening and goes to Padu
cau this evening to meet the Silver Cloud, he
will go out on her Friday. Dave is a first
class engineer and is hardly ever outof ajob
The Gus Fowler arrived on time last
evening and bad a delegation of handsome
young ladies, aboard from Paducab ; also a
number ol gallant beaux'-. Among the
number was Miss Minta Fowler escorted by
Mr. Cook Husbands-Miss Hannah Vaughu
and Frank Parham Miss Litlie Thorm
berg and Given Fowler Miss Willie Fow
ler and escort and Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Dal
laun. The two last named couple remained
over to attend the Opera House last night
where Katie Putnam played to a large and
NEW YORK FASHIONS.
FCBS AND FLOWERS OLOV'ES BOYS AND
BRIDESMAIDS THU LARGE SUCCESS OF
THE SMALL BONNETS.
A fur cape is the badge of young-ladyhood
; as much so as tho fur-lined cloak la
the mark of mama and aunt-hood yet the
young lady often wears the cloak, but aunt
or mama wears tho cape nevor, or at least
hardly ever. "Cloak" is here used in a gen
eric sense, and made to include tho fur
lined circular, tho lonii cloak with sleeves,
coming in a variety of Bhapee, as well as
the clonk of seal or boaver. Few are the
latter, because few can afford them. Now
contrast as a beauty-producing clement is
wondprfully powerful. What stronger con
trast than a bunch of gay blossoms (natural
or artificial) resting on shaggy furl What
prettier? So we wear them j everybody, or
almost everybody. Not only ou fur, but
on thick winter material of every kind are
these flowors effectivo, and thus with all
they are worn. Bachelor buttons are ex
tremely fashionable, - yellow or reddish
brown, la bunches sometimes actually
huge. But sizes are all or anything, from
a modest rosebud to many full blown
roses, looking joyfully forth on the snow
and mud wrapped streets. Yet bachelors
may exult in the fact that even & button
named after them stands higher in the
world of fashion than the loveliest flower
called by another namo. Peculiar effects
aro produced by costumci whore the fur
cape givoi room for a display of the long
retching over the tight tleere to the elbow,
uoh u t society belle wore recently. The
dress of olive green nonpareil velveteen,
(the rage because of its velvety appearance,
deep pile and rich coloring), made plain
skirt with satin rucbings around lower
edge. Terra cotta gloves to the elbow,
black lynx capo and broad brimmed black
felt hat trimmed with green ostrich plumes,
among which nestles a white pigeon.
Gloves in general are tan or terra cotta, un
less straw or flesh color are seen. In shape
Mousquetaire. The Harris Seamless,
known everywhere from its great superi
ority, is now Mousquttaire, but has lost
nothing of the elegant fit and durability
which causes it to be ao sought after. The
Harris Tique Derby is of thicker kid
atitcbed in black, but stands high as a
flrst-class glove. Then we have undressed
kid, while also in demand are the
of fine woven merino in shades to match
dresses; the piles of red jerseys giving evi
dence of the red costumes worn. Little
girls look cunning with their tan or terra
cotta mousquetarics or colored jerseys, and
gentlemen's gloves are of tan or terra cotta
in canservative shapes; dog skin for driv
ing, etc. These Christmas times what
nicer present to yourself or someone olse
than a pair of gloves, the more so as you
can get these styles either at a leading
store in your town or by soBding here.
BRIDESMAIDS THEIR DRESSES.
Boys arc extrcmoly stylish as brides
maid. Dressed in page's costumes, they
seem to have stepped outof old-time books
or pictures; poetical, pretty, and proud ss
peacocks. Young lady bridesmaids are no
longer restricted to conventional win to;
now they wear not only colored dresses,
but very bright colored, such as red, green,
deep blue or yellow. This too, a copying
after old picturesand with which doubt
less aesthetic Oscar Wilde has had some
thing to do, insomuch that we may expect
"staiued glass attitudes" as the next step in
progression or retro-progression, whichever
may be the right praise. But colored
dresses are by no means the rule. Indeed,
it is the escaping from rule which brings
about these things al hough our cold snows
have reduced Mr. Wildo to the necessity of
wearing pantaloons an overcoat, just like
other people, except a large round collar
which causes tho passer by to stop, stare
and say to himself "That must be Oscar
Wil3e." It has to be acknowledged also
thart be looks out of the window attired in
a purple-faced dressing ' gown made just
like anybody else's gown.
There is no greater success than the little
capote or cap shaped bonnet that having
first appeared three years ago, ought ac
cording to all the proprieties, be utterly
gone and foi-gotton, yet It is almost moro
than ever worn. Sometimes so very small,
so very flat and so very far back of the
head that it amounts to nothing at all.
Perhaps It is the desire to see Mrs. Langtry,
for easy 'tis to see that one cannot see if
somebody's large hat in front prevents one
somebody behind you from seeing. At all
events we see scarce other than small bon
nets, many so small that they scarce are
seen, even by Loct Carter.
Dr. Eastern's Oat Skin Goat,
Some years ago thero lived in Manito
woc, Wis., a Dr. Easton, a physioian of
large practice and the head of ono of
tho most stylish faniillos iu the placo
Ho cnnceir'ed tho idea of having n grent
coat made of eat skins, and accordingly
advortised for cats, promising to pay
2S cents apiece for all that should bo
brought to him on a certain day. Tho
day camo and so did somo twenty or
twenty-fivo boys, caoh with from one to
four cats. All hands with all cats re
paired to tho barn, it is said, whero with
clubs a fearful slaughter began. A cat's
life is proverbially teuacious of its earth
ly tenement, and' tho Doctor and his ju
vonilo assistants had uo easy task in
their crusade of extermination. Tho
feline host was finally laid low, however
and in duo time Doctor Easton appear
ed on the street in his greatcoat of va
riegated cat skins. The season was
winter, and as tho Doctor, who was a
large, vunorable gentleman with snowy
hair, rodo about in his cutter making
his professional visits, he might easily
havo been taken for Santa Claus. As
he passod, occasionally a boy would ex
claim to his companion, "There, do
you seo that white one on IheshouldorP
That's tho ono I got for him." Tho
Doctor seldom pnssod a clow d of boys
that some one of them would not point
out to the others tho particular oat skin
or skins which he furnished. The cat
skin was tho envied bh well as the most
cuuspiouous article of dress in town as
long as the queer old doctor lived.
Banking in the West
It is rolatod that tho President of a
bank in tho Gunnison region had occa
sion to visit Denver, and on his return
he met tho porter of the bank at tho de
pot, and Hiked:
"Well, James, has tho wishlor ab
sconded?" ,"No, Sir!"
"Burglars broken in?"
"Book-kconor boon chargod with eia
"Boon a run on tho baukP"
'Then everything is all right, chP"
"Yes, sir, exoc-pt . a rumor around
town that you had robbed the bank of
160,000 and tailed for Europe.
'.1 - '- ' "T
The Russian Language.
The Russian language is a pooiiliat
one; some of its letters are taken from
the Greek and some from tho Latin al
phabet, whilat others rtgain are quite or
iginal; besides somo of the Latin letters
bavo an entirely dirVorent meaning; thus
the B stands for W, tho P stands for R
and so on. My Ignoranoo of tho lnn
gunge was porpluxin' and sometimes
put me iuto straits. One night, rather
lute, I wished to rido back to the Hotel -d'Europe
where I was staying. I called
a cab or "dro-zki" aa thev are called,
and mentioned the namo of the hotel.
CAbby shook his head, did not under
stand me. I repeated it; no go; oallod
in tho aid of tho polioeman, but did not
do any good, he knew just as little what
I wished. I was about au hour'e ride
away from the hotel, but trusted to my
memory to find the war bnck, and told
the man to go ahead; off we went at a
slashing gait. At nrst all went nice; we
passed 6ome bridges and monuments
which I having seen when coming re
membered. I knew I was right; out a
short time afterwards we wero lost in a
maze of short, narrow streets, and then
I thought "where tbo deuce is the fel
low taking me top" I mad him stop,
got out, wont into six or eight houses to
make inquiries, but did not find a soul
that understood me. A policeman, who
came up. tried to help mo, but could
not. Suddenly he darted off, collared a
ragged, more thnn half intoxicated in
dividual, and brought him before mo. I
addressed him in Fronoh and German,
and to my delight ho pokc both langu
ages and quickly sot matters right for
me. I did not wish to bo cati'ht in a
similar predicament and inquired tho
next day what the Russian was for "Ho
tel d'Europe, Michael street." It runs
thus: "Etirobenskeia Gastiititse, Mich
aelowskeia ulitze." 1 managed to loam
that by heart, and had no more trouble
afterwards in finding my way U the ho
U.Corrciponknce of Aug'mta Constitution.
Pronunciation of Tea,
That tea was oometiuuis eveu spollod
tay, betweeu 1GU0 and 1650, might be
proved from tho records of tho old East
India Company. I havo a distinct roc
ollectiou of a visit 1 paid to John Stu
art Mill, many years ago, at hisoflico at
tho India house in Leadonhall street,
when he pointed out to me a framed au
tograph letter from tho authorities there
to their agent (at Bantam, I think) de
siring him to send homo twenty-five
pounds of tho "beat tay he could got."
l'ho date of this letter was within the
abote-mi'Utioucd years. Soles and
If you feel dull, drowsy, debilitated,
have sallow color of skin, or yellowish-
urown spotsjjn lace or body, treqnent head
ache or dizziness, bad taste in mouth, in
ternal heat or chills alternated with hot
flushes, low spiritsand gloomy forebodings,
irregular appetite, and tongue coated, you
aro sutrenng from' torpid liver or "bilious
ness." In many cases of "liver complaint"
only part of these symptoms are expe
rienced. As a remedy for all such cases
Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medical Discovery"
nasno equal, as it ertects perfect and radl
cal cures. At all drug stores.
Boils, pimples, and all blood diseases
are cured by "Dr. Lindsey'e Blood 8earcher."
Bold Myall nrnggiBts. Never fails.
You let, when coughs and colds are fly
ing about like gnats in a storm. "Dr. Sell
er's Cough Syrup" is a sure cure.
Satisfaction For Ten.
In our family pf ton for over two vears
Parker's Ginger Tonic has cured headache,
malaria and other complaints ao satisfac
torily that wo are in excellent health and no
expense for doctors or other medicines.
Free of Charge.
All persons suffering from Coughs. Colds.
Asthma, Bronchitis, Loss of Voice, or an af
fection ot the Throat and Lungs, are re
quested to call at Harry W. Schuh's drug
store and get a trial bottle of Dr. King's
JNew Discovery for Consumption, free of
chargo, which will convince them of its
wonderful merits and show what a regular
dollar size bottle will do. Call early. (3)
John Goden, 091 21st atreet. Chicago.
III., says: "Brown's Iron Bitters is the best
tonic I have ever used."
Ptiotilo are always on the look.
nut for cbancea to Increase
their earning, and in time
become wealthy; those who
do not Improve their oppor-
tnnltlN r.m.ln In nA...t
We offer a great chance to mako money. We want
manv men, woman, hoys and etrls to work (or ns
right in inelr own localities. Any one ran do the
worli properly from the first siart. The business
will pay more thin ten times ordinary wages. Ex-
iDuiiveouiDi lurnwaeairee. no one wno engages
al s to make tnonev randlv. You can rirv.it
your whole time to the work, or onl Tourn-e
mumping, run iiuormnuon ana awi inai is nestled
sent free. Address ST IN 80N A CO. Portlsnd, Me.
r.ftln Tt t tVi.amli.. Hilt 1DQ1
The regular animal meeting of the stockholders
or the City National Bank, of Cairo, for the 1 or
pnae ofrelecttng seven directors, will be held at the
ofllce of nld bank, In this city, on Tuesday, Janua
ryutb,ldS3. polls open al 10 o'clock a. m. and
close at 4 o'clock p. m. of said day.
td. . TU08. W UALLIDAY, Cashier.
jBW FISH AND OYSTER DEPOT.
Having now perfected my arrangements to
supply the trade with
OYSTERS AND FISH,
I Can Jiow Offer bs Follows : Oygtora
Taken From the Sholl Here Fresh
as From tbe Gulf.
Bavoo Cooks 1110 per 100
Hailues 1.3A "
II Bantno 1 7B "
Oysters In bulk 60
Oysters standards In cans DO "
Red Snapper.... ..10c. per ft
CrOltteS .HMMMMMM ...M..M .... "
Sheep Head, Ao
Bhrlraps, Lobktois. CraSa and Turtles a'l in season
LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO TUB TRAD A.
is given by using Brown's
Iron Bitters. In the
Winter it strengthens and
warms the system; in, the
Spring it enriches the blood
and conquers disease; in the
Summer it gives tone to the
nerves and digestive organs ;
in the Fall it enables the
system to stand the shock
of sudden changes.
In no way can disease be
so surely prevented as by
keeping the system in per
feet condition. Brown's
Iron Bitters ensures per
fect health through the
changing seasons, it disarms
the danger from impure
water and miasmatic air,
and it prevents Consump
tion, Kidney and Liver Dis
. S7Berlin, Esq., of the
well-known firm of H. S.
Berlin & Co., Attorneys, Lc
Droit Building, Washing
ton, D. C, writes, Dec. 5th,
GtHtltmtn ; I take pleas
ure in stating that I have used
Brown's Iron Bitters for ma
laria and nervous troubles,
caused by overwork, with
Beware of imitations.
Ask for Brown's Iron Bit
ters, and insist on having
it. Don't be imposed on
with something recom
mended as "just as good."
The genuine is made only
by the Brown Chemical Co.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
JjjUREKA ! El'liEKA 1 1
SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUB
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid "Society,
OrganliedJulr Uth, 1877, Under the Lsirs 0
ine state or Illinois. CopvrlguteilJnli
9, 1877,Umlr Art of emigres
JA8. H. MnUATIJCV .... t.iA
J 5-J!9?IN80N 1st vie'e" President
1 a i,VMBV;v;y Di Vlce-1'resldent
J. A. pU8TINB . Treasnrof
.1. R pkthip: f Medical Advisers
THOMAN LKVTI8 Secretary
ED. H. WHITE. Assistant Becrelajf
XXE2CUT1 VJE COMMITTEE.
W.C.JUOKLYN, K. VINCENT,
WILL T. REPBL'HN.
BOARD OK MANAGERS!
J. A. Goldstlno, of Goldftlno Knsenwater, whole
sale and retnil drv ijoort, etc.; Jas. ti. MoUahey,
lumber dealer; Win. V. Pitcher, general arentt
Albert Lewis, dealer in Hour auiT grain L. 8.
Thomas, brlcklayor; Moses Phillips, contractor
aud builder; II. A. L'hitmhley, grocer: Tooe.
Lewis,' secretary and attoruuy-at-lawi H.
Mareao, Hmepathlo. Physiclau; H 8a r, of
Sacdera Son. trocers; R, H. Malrd, etreei super
visor; Ed H White, aes't aec. W. O. M. A. Bo
ciety; J. W. Spier, lumber and s w-mlll; K. L.
Gernliion, barber: E B Dlotrtcu, clerk W., 8t. h.
A P.R. K.; M. Kobier. nmrchaut tailor: Jeff M.
Clark, dealer In wall-paper and window shades; J.
E. English, contractor and builder; WiHT. Red
burn, of Morse A Redburn, clur msnnfaclnrere;
P. Vincent, dealer tn Mine a d cement; L A.
Phelps, photographer; W C. Jocelya, dentist; 8
B.Taber, tnfg. Jeweler: J. II. Ronloeon.J. P. eel
notary public; J. 8. Petri, ihleleo; U. V?.
Boetwlck, Insurance agent ; . E. Jarboe. foreman
Ht.Oaa main, and B S. wal bridge, lumber aad
saw-mill, of Cairo) 0. Leigatoo, cashier Hat.
Bank, Smart, Iowa; Rev. F. A. Wllkersoi, Pryera
borg, K.14.W. Tarry, pbyaklaaUWsj, E.