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THE DAILY CAIRO B DLLETIN.
CAIEO. ILLIN0I8. FRIDAY MOBNING, NOVEMBER 17, 1882.
vyr JJ. It. Tb in tit wood.
Treasurer T J. Kerth.
Cli-rfc DtDbiM. J, Koioy.
Oi '-iiiMulor Win. h. (Miner..
MurNlial L. II. Mi-yers,
Mioruey William ller.drfcks.
OAHD OP ALUIHMIN
Klrst Ward Win. Mc Halo. T. M. Kltnurongb.
Sornud Ward-Jefse lliukle, C. N. Uughaa,
I'hir.i Ward H. P. lilake. John Wood.
Fourth Ward Charles O. Palter, Adoipb SWO-
i-'liih Ward-T. W. UaUldav, Ernest B. Pettlt.
ill r. mi .Itnltfe D. .1. Ilalj. r.
Circuit Cleric A. U Irvin.
CJouii iv Judije K. li Yocum.
County Clem ft. J. Hit mm.
County Utoruuy-J. M. Detnron.
Comity TreaKiirer Mile" W. Parker.
Slimlif John Hodrfo".
Coroner K Fiugurala
County Uommlsioni'rs-T. W. llalllday, J.
Ulhlis unit Peter aup.
CvIK U.lPTHr. Corner Teuth and Popliir
J streets; preaching first and laird Sundays Id
unci moutu, 11 a m. i'd;i ro.; prynr meet.
iui! ruuriday,";p. in ; Sunday school, a.rn
w llr.y. A. .I. il EHfJ Panlor.
' IICHCII OK THE KKDKEUBK -(Episcopal,
L Fourteenth etrect; Sunday 7:00a in., Holy
Km-uartet; :;) a. m., Sunday a 'hool ; 1.0) a.m.,
Morning Praurs; :ou p. m., Evening Prayers. P
i Haveupori, 3. T. B. Hector.
iMIihT MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.
V 1'i?k -.liltig at 10:i40 a. n.., a p. m , and 7:30 p. m.
H'-oath shod at 7:30 p. m Kev. T. J. Sbores,
i ( : i li KI:a N -Thirteenth stret; servn.es Ssb
I 4 Uih 1:J in ; SonJay school p m. Rev.
Kiiii) ;f, pst jr.
m .'rn.ii.uT ..... PL.Ktl, titil W<kiit sTrftftta.
M i'rearhl rig Sabbath ll:rtJ. tn. and 7 :H0 p.m.
liuuny l.'1'ii at i."j y Mt- ,-. .
i.i i'jtTVktiV.I.Uih airl: n-tacnlair on
I hlbath at It rCiO a. m. and 7:.) p. m.; prayer
. ...4.. u . .-K,ti m Nutlav Krhanl
il ;; i m. Rev U- Y. Oeurgr, pastor.
lit . Mill: ncjiitrin' . ,...,..., - j ---
I .1 .-:! II S -i Roman Catholic) Corner Cross
miiI Walnut strata; services Sabbath 10:30a.
i .; s !n.Hy t-chool at i p. m.; Vespers J p. m.; ser
nr. c..;ry day at S a. tn. Rev. O'ilara, Priest.
"T I'ATKICK'S (Koman Catlioltc) Corner into
O i"r.-el and Waniilnifton arenne; aervlce-i 8ab-
. ... A . . Urn At Uhrkl1
iiiiili ti anl 10 a. m. ; vespera ti. "
i p. m. i.irvlce vry day at fi a. m. Ilev. MWitcnou
K. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL H. K.
TIMISd IHfAHT. TRaHiBHIVf.
Mai: a iUa.m I tMall -4:06 a.m
Ar.com datlun.Il: 10 a.m Kxprcn 11:10 a.m
If iprci 3:Mp.m I AtcomdaUoi..:15 p.m
C.br. L. AN. 0 K II. fJaclwoo Boute).
HUH.... 4:a m ItMalU .. 4:30p m
Kiurcm 10::nH m I tKlpreff l(i:'A)atn
tAc inodatinn & l(' m i
bT. L, 4 C. 11. K fNarrowGaune )
E xir.'M :li a.m I prM 4:S5 p.m
Accom'datlon. liofl p.m I Accom'datlon 11 :40 i d
ST. L., I.M B. H. K
Kiprve II :3rp.m Eiprca J: tm
WABASU, HT. I.OL H PACIFIC IfY CO.
Mall 1 Ka .... &:' vm I Mall Jt Ex.... 8:M p m
Art om'daiton ):W p.m 1 1 Accoai'daUoD U ;10 a.m
Daily eipt BninUy. t Dally.
mobile 4 omo r. r'
Mail Ji:'oi a. m. I Mail ..:W p. m.
LLLS'OIS CEN'TUAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis ami Chicago.
The Onlv Lino liurmintc
0 DAILY TRAILS
J From Cairo,
Making Diueot Connection
. EASTERN LINES.
TlUlMi LlaTI CalBo:
3:05 u in. Mail.
ArrlvlnKln St. Lonii 45 a.m.: Chicago, B:0 p.m.;
Conuectinu at Oilin and KlBngbam for Cincin
nati, LoulivUU. ludianapolii and polnta Kant.
11:10 a.m. b. IjOuIb and Vtern
Arrlvlti In St. Loulu 7:0A p. m., and connection
fur all point Went.
3 50 p.m. J'tist Kxproes.
1 or St. Lul and rhlcaco, arriving atBt. LouU
10:40 p.m., and Chicago 7:'W a m
p.m. Cinoinnati Kxpreoa.
Arrlvlru at Clnclnuatl 7:00 a.m.; Lounrllle 6:53
a.m.; Indianapolis 4:0& a.m. Paiennri by
thin train rrach the above polnti 1W to 36
Uol'US In advauce of any other joute.
ty-Th3:M v. m. oxprea bai PULLMAN
bLKBPINO CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, wltboit
chann, and through aleeperi to St. Louie and
Fast Timo East.
1 HsSL'IllClS ern polnti without any delay
caniod by Sundav IntervnnluR. The Saturday after
noon tram from Cairo arrive In new Yo'k Monday
sornliiKat I()::i5. Thirty ilx boure lu advance of
nf other route,
Mf-Kor throuyli tickets and further Information,
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. U. JONKS.Ttoiiot Anent.
A, II . UVti SON, Gen . Pas. Anent. Chicago
QEOUOR IT. LKACI1, M. D.
- Phveiioiau and Surffoon.
Special atteutlnn paid to the Homoopathlc treat
muiit of surgical dleaees, aud dliBaxui of women
Oluce: On Uih etrei't, oppoelto the Font Offlcfl,
W. C JOCFLYN,
OFflCK-Klu'lite Street, near Comoercial Avenue
E W. WUITL0CK,
Ornui-No. 186 Commercial Avenue, between
JCjclith and Ninth Street i
LOUK QRAIN AND HAY
Kypt iau Flouring Mills
HlnrhHHt Chm Prif Paid for Whpst.
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
T. BUOHS. President. I P. NPF, VlcePrea'nl
0. WKLbS. Cishler. T. J. Kerth. Au't caeh
F. Broee t'a'ro I William Klute. .Cairo
PurvVofr ,. I umii;.. u-..iJ
w . - - M... . lillftrij VII,...
CM Oeterloh " I C. o Patlor '
fi. A. nadir " il. Well
J. Y. Clem.on, Caledonia.,
AJE.NER'. BAXaiNO BUsINSbS DONE.
Richenifu '. and bought. Interort paid It
the Savtnge Orpartmeut. Collection! made and
ail bneltieM promptly attended to.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O.'PATIER ScCO..
Our. Niuetenh street Puirrk 111
Commercial Avno J VttllU 111
ST. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS BUN AS FOLLOWS.
OX AND AFTER X0.1P1T, OCTOBER SI.
KxproseanJ Mall leave Cairo, everv day except
Monday, al8:U a m. Arrives at East St. Louts at
S:20 p. m Arrives at Cairo at 4::i5p. m
Accommoaatton arrives at u;o a. ra. aua ae
parts at l;O0p. m.
EW HORsE SHOEING SHOP.
I have opened a
on tih street, between Commercial and Washing
ton aves , having given this business my special
Over Twentv Years
I feel confident I can elve Dcrfect satisfaction. I
have not onlv given my attentloa to
MAKING AND FITTING SHOES,
but have made the constriction of the foot and
limbs a ata ly also, which enabiea me to lit ray
sho is properly aud In so dolog relieves the horse
from a great deal of Injury tlat be would Otter
wise be snbj'ict to,
HnDlnir bv strict attention to business and fair
doailnir io receive a liberal sba-e of the public pat
ronaze. YonrsHespect JOIiN McCLKLLAN.
HAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
r II REE STATES.
On and after Monday. JiilvJI. and until furlher
notlc.tho ferryboat ihree States will ma as near
as possible on tue following tiino table:
M4TSS LIAVIS LI AVIS
Poot Fourth et. Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld g.
o:,f)a. m. 7:00a.m. 7:80a. m.
8:,10 " 9:00 " 9:10 "
10:30 " 11:00 " 1I:S0 "
3:00 p.m. S:30p. tu. 8:00 , m.
Leave Leave Leave
Foot Fourth et. Kentucky Ld'g. Mlsoarl Lsnil'g.
4:00p.m. 4: p. m 8:10 p.m.
On last trip leaving Kontm-kv 1 andl ug at 4 :80 o'clock
p. m., tho boat will go to Birds Polut, making coa
nectlon with T. A St, L. passenger train for Cairo.
First i rip at 0:30 a. m. leaving Cairo, Will couueel
with T. A St. L. train leaving Cairo.
I) Stoves 13
S Tinwore. B
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY BY CHAS. CUNNING.
II AM, fiKOKEK.
9.A0 A. M. November 18, 18e2.
Novotubor. Ducember. Janoarv.
Pork 17 52H 1 tni M
Pork 17 7.-i n 117
8? 4 aw
I CO P. M.
Pork mi 91 iro 117 7X
Wheat wirf UXW "to
Corn 6w wiv
Oats aflfc mil
Wheat 121 mm
Corn- US cars. 21700 bushel Canal.
W. F Lambdim, rlvsr editor of Hiili.cti
and stea.nboit pae;iBr ai?nt. Orders for all
ktndsof stoaTthoat Job priming solicited. OlBce
at Bowe.-'i European Uotul, No. 7i Ohio levee.
BTAOE8 OF TUB RIVKR.
Tbe river markoJ by tho a vim last
evuninKat this port, 11 feet 10 inches and
f ittsburtf, Nor. 166 p. m Rivor 4 feet
4 inches nod rising.
Cincinnati, Nov. 18-6 p. m. River 8
feet 0 inches and talliug.
Louisville, Nov. 16-0 p. m.-River 5
feet 8 inches and Btationey.
Nashville, Nov. 16-6 p.m. River 5 feet
3 inches and falling.
St. Luuis, Nov. 16-6 p.m. River lOfeet
0 iuclies and falling.
Tbe U. P. Schunck for New Orleans will
report here to-day.
The Clinton from St. Louis fur Memphis
passed down last night.
The Belle Memphis for Vicksburg Is due
down to-night from S:. Louis.
The fast City of Helena lor Memphis
will be the packet from St. Louis to-morrow
The Carrier from St. Louis arrived at
3:10 aui left at 3:30 for White river. She
had a slim trip.
The R. li. Springer arrived here yester
day morniDg at 5 o'clock. She discharged
586 bales of cottou and left for Cincinnati
t 3 p. m. drawing 5 feet with a lighter
The J. II. Ilillnnn from Nashville ar
rived early ye iterday morning with a big
trip of freight and people. After discharg
ing she received some freight and passen
gers and lett for Nashville at 5 p. m.
The ArkrnsHs City from Vicksburtf ar
rived yesterday morning nt 2 o'clock. She
discharged 1,002 bales ot cotton be.-i les
some other freight ; received a lot of freight
from the J. II. ILIlmin and lift for St.
Louis at 10 a. in.
The AnJy Baum made her appearance
here yesterday after several weeks absence.
She has been lying up at Cincinnati and
during the time uuder a thorough course
of repairs, her hull especially recoived par
ticular attention and ahe is good for several
seasons more service Her freight trip was
excellent and a cabin full ot people. She
left for Memphis at 3 :30 p. m.
Terbaps no two cities in the great Mis
sissippi Valley to-day have better, possibil
ities for the future than have Cairo and
Memphis. Some perhaps would smile at
seeing the names of two such dissimilar
cities coupled together in such a statement
as tho ono just uttered for mind you they
arc plenty-of people who have n confi
dence in the luturo of eilhor place; but it
is to just such ones. I now address my
self. Having beej a citizen of each of the
cities named at different times with a ca
pacity for observation as far as my limited
knowledge would permit. I atu free to
confess my faith in tho future of both.
Memphis has outshlpped her sister city iu
size aud population, not laboring under
the natural disadvantages which Cairo
has been compelled to contend with, nor
has this city ou tho blutfs, situated as it is,
high above tho devastating floods of the
Mississippi river, with a gonial climate and
aquanity of pure fresh air, boon free from
difficulties of a most serious character, diffi
culties which at one timo threatened tbe
complete destruction of all business inter
ests. Yellow fevor with its sable winBs of con
tagion and death uovurdover tho city until
the name of Momphis bears a syuonymo
of terror and despair. But in this instance
good came of evil and wo are to-day reap
ing tho beneficial results of the reaction
which came wbon tbe fever was gone.
Hitherto all Mompliians h& 1 pursued their
own interest, leaving the city to take care
of itself, but after the traofdisoaso and death
had disappeared, and tho thousands of re
turning citizens igain fille'l the streets and
business placet with teeming life, the
foundations of a new Momphis were laid
upon the ruins of tbe old. Tbe time had
come at last when men realized that their
own interest were identically with those
of the city at large; tho lesson has been a
stern one, but it wos deeply impressed and
has not been forgo'ttcn. Beside Memphi
ans in their enforced ixilo I'oun I a deep
love in their heart for their stickun city
a love which was nobly exemp ifled by
thoHO who remained bravely at tlieir posts
in the hour ot danger and needed assis
tance. The result of these new feelings
soon became manifest in the energetic
public spirit which at once pervaded all
classes. Much needed public improve
ments were at onne put uuder way and
pushed to completion; croakers were uu
cerenioniomly "8(,t down on," public z-al
as at its highest and the result has beeu
greater than even the most enthusiastic
could hnvo foretold: stone paved streets,
clean alleys and by-ways, a fane system ot
sewenge, substaucial blocks of business
houses and magnificent private structures.
ull tell the story of Memphis progress as it
has been in the last tour years a period of
unexampled prosperity in the history of
the city. Cairo has had an experience
similur to that of Memphis befuro the iever
epidemic, snd while the latter city is tar
in advunce ot the former, still, the old story
of the hart aud the tortoise may yet prove
true with these two places; for the uiilia
ot tho gods grind slowly but they urind
exceedingly fine." Cairo is undoubtedly
destined to be one of the great commercial
centres of the west and I believe that
many of us will live to see the day when
Chicago will be counter balanced by an
equally largo metropolis at the
other end of tho state.
The large railroad interests which have
already naturally centered at Cairo, are but
the forecasts of a prosperity that will
eventually place your city in tho front
rauks. What Cairo needs to-day is more
of that public spirit and interest in the
city by its own citizens, for tho lack of
which Memphis so long languished. That
the preper feeling is there was demon
strated when during the mighty floods of
last spring old aud young, rich and poor,
joined in work ou the levees, which was to
save the city from destruction. Day and
night, iu mud and water, all classes of citi
zens worked uobly aud Cairo was saved,
but the feeling of a common interest
which was then awakened must n"t bo
allowed to smoulder iuactively. Let her
own citizens show their tohI faith in the
future of Cairo by public works and active
co operation, and tho advantages accruing
to the cify by bcr ceutral location, will
soon developed themselves and overcome
all Ideal difficulties. For where trade and
commerce once undertake to hold sway,
they easily overcomo the mightiest obsta
Chicago bricklayers ure ou a strike.
Brave Bear was hanged Wednesday
noon. He is a good Iudian.
There are rumors of a New York corner
on November Cotton.
Malarial and typhoid levers are epidemic
in rrovkleuce, R. I.
The duke of Newcastle Wednesday vis
ited the Boston public schools.
Tue Riilway Conductors Mutual Bene
fit associttion is in session in Chicago.
Tho ways and means committee of con
gress meets November 20, iu Washington.
Gen. Grant bus embodied his views of
the Fitz John Porter case in a magazine
The French president's resignation is ex
pected. He has had two apoplectic at
tacks. Sun Francisco merchants havo subscribed
100,OUO to tho Nicaragua canal projects.
The English couusel has complained to
the khedivo regarding harsh treatment of
The railroad coal miners threaten to
strike in the Pittsburg district unless
grauted half a cent advance.
Irwin Garrett, son of a planter was
killed by a negro near Napoleonviile, La.,
John Scullin, of St. Louis, is appoiuted
general manager of the Mexican National
A company of Colombians were slaugh
tered and devoured by canoibuls on the
Putomayo river, .South America.
Tho New York Associated Tress and tho
Western Associated Press havo ngroed to
operate under a joint nmnagouieut.
Tho Georgia legislature Wednesday
elected Pope Barrow senator for iho short,
aud Alfred II. Colquitt for tho loug term.
Thousands of families havo had occa.
sion to try the never failing qualities of
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, and they all
unite iu the praiso of this wonderful pre
scription. A good B:ibtist clergyman of Berlin,
N. Y., a strotig temperance man, sult'eml
with kidnoy trouble, noutalgia, and dizzi
ness almost to blindness, over two years
after he was told that Hop Bitters would
euro him, bocauno ho was afraid of and pre
judiced against "Bitters." Sirce his euro
ne says none need fear but trust in Hop
A Oamp Episode.
One of ths Amn.lng Incidents that Occurred at
"Fore do Lord, I cotch vou now,
Thwo wonU, not much in thoru
selve.i. wero uttered under such pecu
liar cirai instances as to cause shouts of
wild laughter iu tho Confederate- ramp,
located beyond tho towu of Fredericks
bur;;, Va., and they were the expres
sions of satisfaction given uitoiaiit.'o to
by ono of the numerous faithful ser
vants ami followers of "Young Mars
ter." The splendidly-organized, armed,
and equipped army of the Union, uuder
General Hooker, lay encamped along
the north bank of the Rappahannock
River, in Stafford County, while tho
C'onfedcratfH, uiulertieneral Lee, guard
ed the south batik. Rations, ns usual,
were scarce within the Confodcrato
lines, and chicken was a luxury seldom
to be enjoved. Jim, the well-known at
tendant of" tho LidiHenant Colonel of tho
Forty-p veiith Virginia Infantry, who
enjoyed tho reputation of being not only
a splendid cook, but also a successful
forager, had upon one of his expedi
tions by soma means, fair or foul, se
cured a rooster, destined on somo im
portant occasion to adorn the table of
tho Colonel. Coops not being regard
ed ns a part of camp equipage, Jim se
cured his prize by lying it by the lr-g to
his cook-tent until the captive rooster
bocatne domesticated .to camp life,
wheu it wad allowed to roam around
the camp, yet ever under the watchful
eye or .iim, its captor.
Tho Colonel, Mimnmning Jim to
council, informed him that company of
groat importance would that day visit
the camp, and inquired of his faithful
ally whether it would he safe to invito
them to remain and dine. Assuming
an air of deep thought, scratching his
head, and gazing intently ou the
ground, Jim replied:
"M:ii-m), tings am berry semve around
here; but I speet by killin' ob dat
chicken an' inakin' diimpliu' soup, wid
what tings ula marstor sunt you do od
der day, wo niought maku out to git up
afar kind of entum-iiien-taiumeiit.sar.
"All right. Jim; then upon your ro
fpousihility 1 will invite toy friends to
remain to camp dinner," said the Col
onel. Immediately In front of Jim's tent
I here remained a panel or so of an old
Virginia worm fetice left standing,
which had been carefullv guarded and
used by Jim for his culinary work. A
seareh'for "dat chicken" disclosed bim
scratching iu a corner of that old worm
fence. Jim went for tho chicken, and
that wise old bird sought refugo first on
one side and then on tbe. other, dodg
ing under and through the rails iu so
successful a manner that Jim, tired and
disgusted, mounted on a too rail ami
sat down, waiting patieutly for his
cuicKon to seek some other refuge
whoro he could capture him easier, all
tho time giving expression to his dis
gust at tho chicken's obstinacy in re
fusing to ho caught.
.Suddenly a Hash was mien on the
Stafford side of tbe river, and tho whist
ling of a shot was heard. There was a
crash, aud, to the horror of the camp,
rails were sent about, the remnant of
Jim's fence lay strewn around, and
Jim was recognized on tho ground in
spread-eagle style. The Colonel's din
ner was forgotten, and Jim only was
thought of. As the soldiers ran to nick
up wliM il; .y supposed to be Jim's lifo
less return ho was seen to pull him
self together, gain a sittiug position,
and gaze around him upod the scone of
disaster with eager and anxious gaze.
His eyes soon rested upon the fright
ened rooster making the best possible
time down the middle of the camp; Jim,
springing nimbly to his feet, without
expressing surprise or fright at his es
cape, givina: a loud guffaw, and in live
ly tones of pleasure, exclaimed, as he
started on a rapid run after the chicken;
"Dar, uow, bross God, you can't git un
der dat fence no mo'; 'fore God, I cotch
you now, shuah." He captured his
rooster, and retired amid the choers and
shouts of the camp to his tent to make
"dat pot ob chicken soup, wid dump
lin's" for voung niarstor's company.
John Taylor in riuladi'Jjiliia Timet."
Expressed His Mind.
A correspondent, living in Yankton,
Dakota, has beeu attracted by a remark
able parrot, belonging to a dentist in
that city. Oiir readers will sec from
whut follows that tho bird exhibit a
talent which classifies it as amoug the
most wonderful of parrots. Tho corre
Whenever any ono enters the dental
rooms in tho doctor's absence, tho bird
shouts vociferously, "Somebody wants
The bird continues his noisy call until
the doctor enters the room and begins
his work. Then the parrot seems to
take a malicious pleasure in Imitating
tho ories and groans mado by the suf
ferer as his tooth is being filled or pull
ed. Ono day, tho doctor's wife was tryinc
to reach an nrticlo on the tup of n tall
wardrobe. After several vain attempts,
tho bird came to hur aid wit h tho words,
"Help! help! Doctor!"
Probably the most remarkable instance
of anger ever exhibited by a parrot was
shown by this one, wheu, one day, tho
doctor's wife punished it for somo mis
chief it hud ciiinmilled. Ruffling up its
feathers, with an air of offended dig
nity, it ejaculated with the ut most bit
terness, every syllable being tilmralo,
"Ihntnyou! I hate oiif 1 like the
Rill Nye's p' ilform is, "One country,
ouu fiag'nnd one wife." Ho says ho bar
never pined to make the marriage reo
ordofhls family Riblo look like a ho
tel. register. It is suspected lit Sal'
Lake Unit William is opposed to Mor
monism.- Cincinnati $ilirtlni Siyht.
Them is a ".spankiug bruise'' whet
the small boy mid his mother come tc
Oil, My Back!
( 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
is occasioned by so many
things. May be caused by
kidney disease, liver com
plaint, consumption, cold,
nervous debility, &c.
Whatever the cause, don't
neglect it. Something is
wrong and needs prompt
attention. No medicine has
yet been discovered that
will so quickly and surely
cure such diseases as
Brown's Iron Bitters, and
it does this by commencing
at the foundation, and mak
ing the blood pure and rich.
Lcg.njport, Ind. Dee. f, itSo.
For a long time I have been a
sulTerer from stomach and kidney
disease. My appetite was very poor
and the very small amount I old eat
disagreed with me, I was annoyed
very much from non-retention of
urine. 1 tried many remedies with
no succest, until I used Brown's
Iron Bitten. Since I used that my
stomach does not bother ma any.
Myappctiteisilmply immenie. My
kidney trouble is bo more, and my
Kneral health Is such, that I fcel
:e a new man. After the use of
Brown's Iron Bitters for one month,
I have gained twenty pounds In
weight. O. B. Saiocnt.
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 AID SOCIETY.
gl'REKA! EUREKA 1!
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFK IXSUh
WIDOWS' & OliPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society.
OrganiiedJulv 14-th, 1877, Under the Laws
tho state of Illinois. Oopyrlijlittsil .lah
, 1LS77, Duller Ant of I'uiierrss.
7 AS. H. MiKJAHEY Presldoui
J. II. HOW SON - lit Vice-President
M. PUILLIPH... ud Vice-President
.1 A. UULi'HTINK Treasurer
W. It. viAREAN l ""
J. S. PET HIE f " "" Medical Advisers
THOMAS LKWI8 ....Secretary
ED. II. WUITE Assistant Secretary
Wm. F. PITCH KU. L.S. THOMAS,
W.O.JOCKLYN, F. VINCBNT,
WILL T. BEDUUHN.
XJOAK1) OF MANAGERS:
J. A. Ctoldstlnu, of Goldstlne Roaonwater, whole
sale and ret ill dry good, etc. Jan. N. McOahey,
lumher dealor; Wm. K. Pitcher, general event j
Albert Lewis, dealer in Hour aiitf grain) L. 8.
Thomas, hrlcklayor; Moses Phillips, contractor
and builder; II. A. Chumhley, grocer: Tbos.
Lewis, secretary and attorney-at-law) W. H.
Maroan, lNnimpathln physician: II 8a der, of
HaederA Sou. grocers; K. II. Balrd, slreei super
visor; Kd II Whltu, ass't see. W. O. M. A. Ho
elety; J. W. Spier. Iiimhor and snw-rolll; K. L,
Uernlgon, barber: K. H Dlelrlcb, clerk W., St. h.
Jh D U If i M Ifnl.iM. nturnhmil ll,.. 1- u
. IV. , J, w...w...m-..v... .. ,w, , V.ll H.
Clark, dealer In wall-paper and window shades; J.
E Kngllsh, contractor and builder; WiUT. Had
burn, of Morse A Redhurn, cigar mfcanfactnrere;
r. Vincent, ooir ui nine a n cement: L, a.
Phelps photographer; W.C. Jocelyn. dentist; 8
II. Taher. m fit. leweler: J. II. Robinson. J. P. and
notary public; J. 8. Petrie, ibalclan; B, W.
Ilostwlck, Insurance agent: K. K. Jarboe. foreman
St. Oss mains, and B B. Wal bridge, lumber and
Haw-mlll, of Cairo; H. Lelgotou. cashier Nat.
Bank. Stuart. Iowa: Rev. F. A. Wllkerson, Prvora-
burg, Ky. J.W. Terry. pbystclea.Fultotj, gy.