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TIOJIiIdaY, JANUARY ft, I860. $
W)nMSHKn 1IY JOHN H.OllF.KtV AVC0.
M. 11. UAKKKtil, AHHOCIATE EMT01I.
o.." ...;,,.;.; V.,;lr.i.'w'.w ....
Tho Kvr.si.n Htu m.tix ih published every nftcr
noon, 12A Washington Avenue, (Democrat Hull), by
Jolin II. Oberly A Co., for circulation liy carrier.",
newsmen, nnil tho m.il. , ' ' ,
TlirWprM.r'ni'i.i.r.tiy', n Inrjio e Iglif-pnse forty col
nmnpapor; Is IsStiod mi Thursday, fur (lie malls, nd
ii for pnlent nur counter nmMjy newsdealers.
TEItM.S.
IHH.V iiti.ivr.ntn nv rAiinir.us.
IVr week.;. , - 13 cent
t av T svi.scnlnr.iii nv hah..
fc'inglo copy, jiorjear S7 00
Inglo copy, per six months .1 7fl
Single, copy, per three months. !i 00
wrr.Ki.v UV MM!..
Mingle, coj'.v, nno year , SI 00
. tltil of ten, tine 5-ftr, t-rttli hnfcrilKT 1 73
(1ulofTwenty, ono year, each siiUcrilier 1 50
t nirppeclmeneopleN furnished ran:, Address,
johx ii. oiif.iilv a co., rnirt., ill.
From the American Educational Montlily.
' The Yrnr.
" Eighteen hundred mid sixty clchtlms been
n notable year In education, ns in science
ana pontics una imuiro uioujrii (iiiiercnuy
Somo of the irrniulest fetches of modem
science Imvi' ''tin nuulo during the int
twelve montli?. boinu ot uiu tiecpejit Hys
terics of the unlvcie have been solved, to
the marvelous extension ot litiiimn ken. I lie
restless hcnri of Lnrtli has throbbed the
downfall of cities and the uplilting of con
tinents. The rcsllcM heart ot tnnn, strug
gling will) the restraint.! of centuries lias
overthrown lystviu!! nnd governments, llftiin:
nation?, let us hope, to a higher plane, anil
iircparing the way for better thine; to come.
Human widely lain n fermunt, and the leaven
of society has not csraped the changes which
St has helped to produce. Yet the changes
in the condition and prospects of education,
which tho year has brought about, the world
over, have been germinal rather than fruit
All. Tli ere have lieen no brilliant achieve
ments or great catastrophes ; but the germs
of grcnt things have been necurely planted.
Those who can see the I'rull-bcarlng tree in
the tender blade or the sprouting seed, and
those only, will duly appreciate the magni
tude of tho educational reforms which the
past year has seen qulctlyl)egun or, rather,
the magnitude of the results which they are
destined to produce.
Within the twelvemonth, constitutional
provisions have been ninilo In nearly all the
Southern Btaten for the establishment of
free public school!. Popular opinion lias
been grcatlv Improved in regard to the edu
cation of the tailoring classes. And In many
places tho work has been successfully be
gun. We must patiently await the lesult.
Tho education of a people is not the work of
a yenr.
At the North, the most promising event has
been, we think, the opening of our new
university nt Ithaca. Education, till now,
has tended largely to-tllvorco mind from la
bor. That is, practically. In theory the
schools have pretended to prepare the rising
generation to do the nation's work better
than their fathers have dono it. Ir. effect,
they havo chlellv filtered the idea that the
great object ofEditcatlon U to enable the
nossesor to live without soiling his hands;
They havu failed therefore to act as they
should. ilireclh inimi thu class which docs
thl illation's heavy work tlie great body of
producers.
Itea-onably, or not, the instructions given
in the elementary schools Is determined by
what is required by the college, Heretoiore,
the.-e higher hibtltutloim have trained young
men tthW'tlr for the so-called learned pro
fes'loi s. Possibly hut one in a hundred of
the pupil of the elementary schools is tilted
by limine or premitted by circumstances to
enter n college. Yet tho cnurec of study
pursued In thu schools has been shaped to
meet the possible wants of the poMiUilu one
to the disregard of tho real wants, to say
nothing of tho rights of thu nlnety-and-nine.
Cornell university will change nil tills. As
a great polytechnic labor school, it will, in
time, train men for every department of hu
man IndiMry. It will Inspire aililferont am
bition, and reqtilro n more multifarious pre
paration, than colleges of thu classic sort. It
will also dignity labor; and grade thu la
borer, not according to the material ho works
on, but bv the intelligence with which lie
works. Tho public schools will lmvo to
supply its dem'.uds, while it, in turn, will
help to mmp! the higher demands of thu
schools. Thu result can scarcely fall to bo
tho broadening of the schools. They will
lmvo to develop and train all tho faculties of
thu pupil not merely his eyes to distinguish
the varying liape or words, nnd his mem
ory to hold them fast. The needs of tho
ninety-and-nhio will have to be regarded
equally with those of the one. Education
will thus be brought to a proper basis tho
development and cult lire of the whole man
to better tit him to do the world's work.
And men, trained to work, will honor the
workman. If this does not solvo tho "labor
question," it will surely go very far toward
doing it,
Tho endowment of schools and collegeB
continues to bo our favorite means of grati
fying public ami private generosity. In this
respect the revolutions of South America re
tard, but they cannot wholly prevent the ad
vanccinent of education, tiereral of the
states uro striving to Imitate- their moru fa
vored neighbors at the North, with as much
succchs as tho wretched condition of South
American society gives reason to hope for.
Iira7.il is studying tho school systems of thu
world and tho peculiar needs of her own
people, with u view to tho establishment of
a system of public education. Thu Argen
tine Hemiblle has lately chosen as her chief
olllcer tho man who, perhaps more than any
oilier, has labored for edncatiou m South
America. And the leading minds of all
those unhappy Hlutcs aro casting about to
discover what may bo done for thu elevation
of thu people. Many years must elapse be
fore their efforts will bo crowned with sue
cess j yet It Is encouraging to know that tho
germs of popular education aro there and
living.
In the Old World, England has failed to
fulfill the promises she niadu a year ago.
Educational reform, raised us a party cry,
seemed to Iw a party necculiy. Moth par
ties, however, took it up, and alter driving
lor a time to excel eacli. other In vehement
shomln.', both let it drop, to thu disappoint
ment of many. Yet, thu agitation effected
good. Many grievances wore exposed, ami
public nlienilou wan called to tho crying
uecdofa better and more tfilclent system of
public education
Germany tnmUiim-n lolo.ul the world, not i
only in thc"Vlx eiiH-lmftllehe (Jeist," but In
the spirit which educ.iteH each and overv
me of li'T children. Kr.tuce, Irom tho place
of "li grando culture.'' I working down
through technical mid normal school, to
reach in timo evor) strata of society. Aus
tria has freo I her schools from the ilomliitt
tlon of tho church. And so has Bpatn. On
the ower sicV(V Russian tyranny still bears
Imnt-lHrTnn hji nMtnrilil nf hnr mtinliArpil
ivi.lilj -A - -1 ," 1 "
J.kl ri1lit-A? I.a VnrtlatirftttnliilM l. A
example In Ireland. With thCoverthrdw of
Vfo trust, a more impartial trca'tincnt.of Irish
A nnv- frn In dnu-iilnrr In TSirlrKW Orer
looking tho llosphorus, a great school has
uccii oeguii, wiiuruui .nussinman hiiu uiuis-
tian, Jew and (lentllo, the youth of all tho
. , - i i . I, . i ...
nauons anu creeds oi inai strange nggioin
oration of peoples and religions, lay aside
national and religious prejudices to sit at
uiu iceioi me "liinuui," 10 receive iiu icacu
IngHof Western civilization.
Ainci-lcnii Ilnoks In lliiKlnnil.
From the Ilookfcller's Oilldn.
V.iifrllali Iniiuirl'iltnim nf American book
tinllko English importations of American
,1 . 1... 1 I 1. 1.1. -
goni, uoar uiu n very siunuur rano iuihcoooki
flint Kninn Trniii Knirltiitil liitlin ITllited Stnte.
I liy returns just completed of the exports and
import, wo una, according to iiivmi.-. oiuiiji
son how, Son A Marslon's '.Monthly Hullc-
'ltniHirii.il liiln Kiii'liitui iliiriiii? lnsl vear f 1BC7
tin flint Mm ii' inln 1'iilitiwif AlltnnpnTl hnflLTQ
nlla J.IU..,t'l flUIILJJ AUV1V III bllV (, Lll.
than the amount imported from Holland I
M-lilln Mm nnmim I nf Imn1; to' tint United
. r r.nty ... .... .1 ft r.nh I.. !. ......
States during 1807 was 100,311, being rath-
ir linttitr (linn niie.fniirth tho wholo of books
exported to all parts of tho world during tho
vn.nr. 'Vnasrs. t.mv X: f'o. imv tills cntllltrv
tlio following appropriate compliment, and
41111 IIU Ull Il.ll IF1 liliV IV'IIII-V.
iiiiinl.if l.i tint i.ni-1il iifiAlitpni cn
Vl'llllbl . Ill IIIU I.IM IP..-...VV'
i ... . ...
many oooks oi wiuen wiioioeumons arcaonjn
n.l t.T l.ttrl.inil na Atnnrlnii A lllnrlpilfl (fnflH.
latlons of vaitiiiblo" foreign works also aro in
iiiltriti-ii nfl na Afiinrtniiti rtitpriirto titul In
dustry nricver on tlio alert to seize, tho best
lilnni nf fnrnlirn wrllor. nnil often before wo
see the original foreign books wo lmvo olfored
:o us ny American nouses nrsi-rnio eunions,
n nnr own Iniir'iinr'O. of the best Preach nnd
(lerman writers on chemistry, mechanical
engineering, fibrous and toxtllo manufactures,
architecture and ornamental designing, etc.
Tt fltl ln nnr nlm In lirini fllntn rnflllfirl l-
- "... " - n -
Iwifnrn tlm finlilln nnil fiinllltnf' In nvt.pl- U'ni-
tho sale of original American copies, rather
man unnecessarily reprint mem lor tins
market."
REAL ESTATE AGENCY, ETC.
JOHN tj. IIAHMAN & CO.,
JCK.lIi KSTATi: AfJKXTS
AL'CTIOXEEKS.
lluv ntul soil Iteal l'.-tnlr. rav Tuxec fnrni'h Al-
Ktrnch of Title, and prcpara Oinvryaucc of nil kinl.
Oinee No. 71 CM floorl tllilo t.pfpe. ilv2Mlf
HEALTH INSURANCE.
rniiE l'KoitiA
.IIUTUAL HEXEVOLKXT ASSOCIATION
Prorln, IlllnoU.
Tic I'irtt nnd Jlesi Institution of the Kind in
the Lnilal Mailt.
Weekly Heni'At from V to WOinuiw of lck'r.en.
Kiery limn or Kctnnle uf llraltliy toii-titulivn run Ik?
!l liieliilier. . ...
ThU lntltntlon I- Irpttly Iticorporntefl under the
1jh of lllinol. For irtieiilr npely to
lAiuisiuatlir.trr,
ilciililtf :-nrnt Acnt forMAle of Ulinnln.
EDUCATIONAL.
S
10UTIIKUN ILLINOIS TEACH Kit.
in I'.lncA'If.nil Jiiiirn.il. tiuLllfliml Pcml-MoiitJilv
nt llio flly of tlro, nniIil'Volei Wi iln Intcrekt uf tho
(.'rent Cuuso of Education
In Southern Illinois No pin will lx-spared toftialo
liiln joitrnul n jioHerfnl and InHiiontUI eotitriluitlon m
tliu irinoii'le of ItneHtloni to Hie iinprpoment of
tin- iin-ilio-l uf cvIukjI iiitrii"U'ii. .mil Uilliend
viiiivemetit of nil ri foriiM for the eli'THtlon of llio
Haailar-I in "Kjjiit."
hUa-rtttllTION.
HliiL'le .SlotJirilK-M, n year.....
SI 10
(.Inixiforernioiinil tinner i. one year iniimi
ftililre..... ... ..- -
Ctnliof overvo.ouo jtar, lo one wlilri-n ....... 1 0J
Trrnm, 1'nynhle tu Adrnnce.
Tlio firft mimt'rr f ill !' I"ueil Salnnlay, Ulli lnU
JDKbfl. M01I0AN,
ElUTOIl A.VII l'ltOl'ItlKTOU,
Im'.'Mtf Cairo. W
LIQUOR SALOONS, e
rnilK ALBATltOSS SALOON ash KBS
X TAUHANT.
r.l OHIO LKVKK, CAIRO, ILL.,
Ifiirnli'liecith nil VlmN of eipe.lent I,IQU)1W,
nml ll tiiMeii iiro nUinn hiii'l with a '.I tin- eainnnttu
JMUIIMM of Die market. Mt-nts are furiiijhixl, on
onler, ut nil hours. l'AT. mZKftAM.
ilec'liltf
c
ASS I NO.
Tlila nonulnr iilacn hait Leooino Iho renort of nil lor-
eri of K"""! IlKKlt, its ikiiio but the Ut
Sfiixnt XiouIh 3M.lto
In kept hy JOHN BCJIKEL,
Klxht Mreet, lietnecn Com. anil Wali. Avenut,
(lec'.'liltf
UAIKU, II.I.I.MIin.
JOHN HYLAND'S SALOON
la supplied vtlth nil kinds of
JBIxxiaox'iox' Xiiquors,
llcor, Ale, Arc,
COMMKIICIAI. AVKNUB. I1F.WKEN NINTH AND
TKNTII HTUTKTH.
The tliiratr, vtholore cood liquors, liolil'l Kite him
a rail, and tnocu who wImi Id piirt a fruKranl viKar ran
have lli-i r want tupplied at hia bar.
dealM
DISSOLUTION.
-jTOTICE.
The firm of Miller A Kittrrdiia haathladay lieendla
ultf.l by mutual agreement. Thea'neUof Ihehoune,
including the outstanding nccountf , hare leen trana
ferred tu our succeakors,
MILLER k MILLER,
Who have nmumed the liabllltlea of Iho lato firm and
will eontlnuo lo carry on the buniucm.
Very respectfully. . MILLRIL
Cairo, III., Jan. 11, IMP. E. W. KlTTItKDGE.
The iindend)ned, II. I). Miller, of the late firm of
Miller A KillrrdK,and J. C. Miller, having purchased
the itok and ineii of the lateflmof Miller Kit
tredye, will continue tocarry on thebuslntaa of
3MCoxclxAXi.t T-ilcX"lx3. K
aD
lteady-Matle Clothlnp aud Fiimlshlnu;
(Jooun,
At the old ilnnd In tho
SiiriiiKflrlit Dluck, No. 73 Ohio Levee,
Vn ler the firm name of MILLER MILLER.
.Mr, Itiiktell Hmiih will reinaln with u a cutter, and
we are assured will continue to give satisfaction lo tho
p.itrin nf thu hoiuo. Very truly,
li. ll.MILLEU,
J, U. MILLER,
Jan 1 1 , 1 sffl-at l'nrniera a "lHcrMjllcr
pOSTKHS,
OfKverv Deie.rliitloii,
Printed ut Hie ottlco of tho Cairo llulletln.
ptm SALV:-I,Kariifaiils", nf Iho ortipeof tho
DRUGS. V
pAUOLAY BKOTUEKS, ,
xj at ij
-Ml
No. 74
STS AND OH
PUItE'DKUGS AND CIIEjriOALS,
GENUIXK
IPatont Moclioinos,
ri'tL AseoRTMENT Or
PE
TOILET ARTICLES
A XI) F AXC V GOODS.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO PRESCRIPTIONS
''f lnwhieh ,
- 1
! I '
XOXK JiUT THE PUREST
AND'MOST CAlir.rULLY
Com iiuninlcd MnLorlnls arc ttseil.
PCItE 1VIXES AXl) LIQUORS
FQi: MEDICAL USE.
Barolnyl I3xotlaoi-w,
.o. 7 1 Ohio Lever,
deell-dly
CAIIIO, ILL.
GROCERIES.
JJ 31. IIL'LEN,
DiJr n
STAPLE ANU FANCY (.UOCERIES,
Frovlsloni. Frotluce. Coal Oil, Vc
131 Oommtrrfnl Atiut. Cairo, III.
deeildtf
PAINTERS' MATERIAL.
B.
F. PARKER.,
Dealer in
WH1TR LKAI), ZINC A XI) OILS,
WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY
Ilrtinlif , M'nII I'niier mill "VVImlovv
Shade.
OS OHIO LEVEE CAIRO, ILL
decildtf
GROCERIES.-COMMISSION.
gTRATTOK HUi)Nt"CLAlCl
(Siiccepfort to Cunningham i Strntton,)
WHOLMAIX
(irot'iTs nml t'oiiiuilstloti 3Icrclinnt,
NO. 57 Ohio Levee, Cnlrn, III.
decSl'Odtf
OYSTERS.
S
HKLLOYt,TERS.
LOUIS HERRERT,
No. OQ Olxio Ijovoo,
Keeeie dally. Fresh Mobile Phell Oyktcrs, and serves
them, in nir sljle, at all hours, day and night. II
also keern on iiai.d a line tupply of Game Quails,
Ducks, l'ralno Cluckeni', fe'iiiirrelc, ie., Ac.
decSl'SMtf
jyj-ALTJIY ,S
BAltixxxozro Oysters,
Received Dally.
For Kalo by
dec2rdtf
O. D. WILLIAMSON,
No. 70 Ohio Levee.
BUTCHERS.
JKIUAOH & KLINE,
Stall Xo. 7 In Market House,
Keepa constantly on hand all klnda of Fresh Meat,
Bausage fresh and smoked; Hamtand llreakfast Hft
con, which they will tetail at vtholesale prices.
drcWdSill
M
EAT STORK.
KHXST HICVCIIFft,
rEimr housk. cohneii commercial avenue
AND KHillTH STUEET,
Deali in theeholcest freah Meat", Hecf, Mutton, I'ork,
etc., to Ut hal in tho market. Keepa all klndaof
game, poultry; treakfaxt bacon, hanm, shoulders; a
good supply of t.'gelables, and many other Mrst-elasa
aitielesln ihe provision anil family supply line. He
sells ery eheap ami fpreiifcii. Callonhim. an6-tf
CARPENTERING.
JOHN MADDEN,
CARPEXTHR AXI IIUILOEIt
XEAR TWELFTH STREET,
HKTWEBN I0I'LAR BTRKKT AND WAS1IIN0T0N
dectf AVENUE.
nirANTKIJ-Atthftollleoof Iho Cuiro llulletln,
nieruh.ints whoHont Ildl Heads, Hills of Lading
nudlNoster printed.
i , wto IR .
BOOTS ANDV9HOE8.
ft
E r; TinrtiOHABLc
Bl ' 1 U7 II !
Ttceniitth street, between Washington and
Poplar streets,
iNmltW nnnojltolho Court House,!
Keeps n splendid Moek of tho best material, and good
. t 1 . . .1,1 ...I... ..m' .hrrl tinrlnji
worKinen, ami ran.nn uiuinii"' ........ ,..w.,
Mending dono neally unit cheaply. PMroiinno o
llcltcd. decillVMlf
AUOTfoNEERING.-COMMISSION.
A
UCTION AND 003I3IISS10N
105 Commercial Avenue, 105
CAIRO...,. ILLINOIS
OAMEIi II 1HTM AX,
The only Licensed Auctioneer in tho city, buy, nnd
..ells on conitniMlnii nil klndH of
Anil makes prompt rtttirni on all pales.
dee'il'nSdtr
FOREIGN EXCHANGE
rEYGKXCUA NGE rrSAJET
In Any Iteiulreil Amount,
Ii-olniicl,
Scotlaxicl,
G-ox-xuLfi-xiy-
AM.
All Placto on the Continent, '
-at-
CITY NATIONAL BANK,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. '
deelldlm A. II. ."AFFORD, Cahler.
IT
OR SALE,
JOHXW. THOVKll . CO.,
UROKERS .VXD EXCHAXd'E DEALERS
Eighth Krccl, ond door from Com. Ave,
EXCHANGE OA
'treat Rrltnlu,
Southern Germany,
France,
Sweden,
Irelnnd.
Xorlltern (Jermniiy,
Xorwny
Also, Pa.ge Tloketa from
Liverpool, London, Havre, Antiee.rp, Ilremen
ana Jiainburg, to .veto J urx,
Or to any point West.
BU'Colleetlons made on any tiolnt In Europe.
dMiirw.Kf
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC.
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LUMBER.
TILLIAM W. THORNTON,
Wholesale nnd Ketail Pealer In
Xi m bor, Sliiugloisi
LATH, TIMIJER,
Cellar Post, Doors, Snail, Illludk nuil "VViu
tlovr Glass.
Office on Tenth .Street,
Between Commercial nnd Washington Avenue,
CVlflO, ILLINOIS.
Miht roa
Reek River Paper Company's Sheatlting Felt
AVD ,
QUARTZ CEMENT.
H. W. John's Improved Roofing
1KP
Aabeatoa Cement ntw' on hand
In large or small qusnlltlc.,
dwtfdecKl'U
WOOD.
w
OODI "WOODII
TURXER & HAMILTON
Are prepared lo furnish good HARD WOOIl, at price
which defy cometitlnn, and nlso to deliver In any
part of tho city, on tho ohorlest niitiee.
i.eave ornerN on hiaiesai iiuien a grocery. Loner
iii'a feeil atore, and Woods unci Iloacii's grocery.
KUIl
ttoc21dtf
B
US I NESS CARDS,
From 81 00 in $7 00 jur 1,000,
Pouted t l.e ollie ef the I'airo llulletln.
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j. RJ S
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COMMISSION AND PORWAROING
13. IIENDRICK & CO.,
Hi
0 OENERAI. AOK5TTS,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
3MC 33 n. 0 13 ufJk-2ST T JS
NI
yt H A II F B 0 A T FRO 1 It I E T 0 R S,
Cnlio, Illinois.
l'rompt nttcntion given to Forwarding orsnlo.cn
eonslKmnenta. J"n"-"'
ntAKT. I'AnKEH.' TOM. II. MIILLll'S.
J)ARKER A: VIIILLII'S,
t.'EXERAL COMMISSItLV
AMI
FORWARDING MERCHANTS
Na. 72 OHIO LEVEE.
Ppcelal nttentlnn given lo filling order.
dec'jrrdtf
'TALL1DAY UHOTII ERS,
f
u i:i:k a ii u i:ts,
I'ORWARDIXtJ AND C0.MJILSM0X
3VZ E II. O IX V. 3NT T S
ro
OUIOLEVEEf
70
Cnli'o, ZllluoiM.
ilcc2l'ei)tr
LIQUORS, TOBACCO, ETC.
yy-31. H.SOUUTTEK,
Importer and Wholesale I)enter in
WI.VKS, I.IirHS, TOIIACX'O
CIGAHS.
j.t.M rea .,
Hct Ilrands -of Cream and .Stock Ale
!
lniiorlctt Alti of Dlirrrriil Klitils.
No. "6 Onto Lrvkk, Cairo, Illinois
ll-'fClillf
FIRE INSURANCE.
W. ll..ll(.rrl..
II. II. L'niiiltc.
QANDEE ii MOKIMS,
Xolnrlcs Fiilillr. and Imurance At,eiit.
Oftiro, Xllixxoi.
OFFICE Na. 71 OAfo Lttee, City Nutwicl
Rank lluildiiig. (k-ciltf
gOUTHWESTERN
Xnwurauoo Oompniiy
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
STOCK C0.MFAXV lXCORFOItATED ISO:)
CASH CAPITATi, 920U,00!
I). Illlllll, Irrallent
II. H. II AHUKI.L. Vice I'rehlent
IAMKS H. ItKAItUK.N, Ncrrrtnryi
WOOD UITTKMIOVhE, Treasurer.
Inmres agalmt lo or damage by hre, and the per 'f
of inland nurhiation nnd transportation.
Orriee In AVInter'a lllock, Commercial Ave.
dee-Jl'idlf
B
LOOMINUTON INSURANCE COM-
l'ANY,
Bloomixxcton, Xll.
Ant!iorl7.el Capilnl 8500,000
Pattlln nnil Neenretl.... 0100,000
JOHN E. McCLUN, President.
GEO. W. PARKE, Vice-President.
L U.MAN RUHR, Secretary,
PETER FOLSOM, General Agent.
imtECTOILS-John K. McClini, Asahel firldley, (?eo.
W, I'arke, Itnbert 11. Latham, John M. Feolt, John
Magoiin, )avld I'utIh, Charlea W. iiolden, Is&uj
Yanordttrand.
I'ltlNf Il'AL fi'fOCKHOLPF.R.1 Charles W. Hoiden.
Cashier Home' I'unk, llloomington. 111. I Asahel
Oridley, I'realdt lit ileljine County Hank, llloom
ington, 111.; Jesse W. Fell, .Normal, lll.j Hon. Oarid
.U-ifls, Judge United States Supreme Court. Illoom
Ingtnn, III.; John K. McClun, llloomington, HI ;
(leorge W. I'arke, llloomington, III.! Itobert K
Williams, Illoonilngtoii, III ; Johu I. Hcott, Jmlgo
Klh Judicial Circuit, llloomington, III.; Lnir.nn
liurr, Illoomlngtou, III.
AotH rtoo. lt, 1008.
United Statea 6-i llonds (market Talue)... Jlo.KO no
McLean County 10 percent, I'onds 8,W0 HI
Capital Slnelc Nccurcdby lorlga?eon Un
incillnberid HeiU Kutato, worth at Iea.t
jasi.oui m - w1.ftA) "0
Cash in Hank 71
l'remllirnH due from Agenta ft,. 14 II
Office Furniture '0 0'
SH.VSJ 1
LOHHKS IIM'AIII NONK.
oTii wt Jiunw of comi'a.n v nom:.
THIS COMl'AKV it now prepared to is.iie I'ol !
on DwellinRH innl eonlentn, hioro Huildlngs, U r
cliaiidlse, Ac, upon low rutex v uny renponsitl"
company.
furnish the people ot this region with n enfo nnd relt.i-
bio Home Company.
TliuunauiU iiriinllnra
Are niiuually Fent lo tho liist, fur no hotter or wfer
iiiHiiranco tlian In ottered I'V tlim eoiiiany,
ApplieutloiiH received nnil l'ollclea soiled by
.11111 V 1. II I'.l. V.
de21'C8dtf MiFSTATt AlllO.II

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