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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
K. A. Hurnett,
"DrswcrueY Is a settiroect not to 1c appalled,
corrupted or compromise 1. It knows co baseness,
cowers to no duncvr, oppn ss op no weakness. Fear
lees, generous and tv.r.iuue, it rebukes the nrro.'r.nt.
cherishes honor, and svuiputhtses witli the humble.
It sks uo'.bhn; out what it concedes; It concedes
nothing but what it df rounds. Destructive oDly of
dcsputii-m, It is the sole coutervative of liberty, la
bor and property. Itistlio sentiment of freedom,
of equal obli(.'.itiocs. it is the luw of nature per
vading the law of the land. The stupid, the Sei
dell, the bam In spirit may denounce i! its a vulvar
thliitf; but In the history of our race the Demo
cratic principle has developed and illustrated the
highest moral find intellectual attributes of our
nature. Yes, this is a noble, inagnacintous, a sub
lime sentiment, which expands our uffeitiocs, en
larges the circle of our sympathies and elevates the
soul of man until, claiming an equality with the
best, he rejects as unworthy of his dignity any po
litical immunities over the humbles: of his fellows.
Yes, it is an ennobling principle; uud n.ay that
spirit which animated our fathers in the Revolution
ary contest for its establishment contiuue to ani
mate us, their tons, in the impending struggle for
lie preservation." WILLIAM ALLEN.
The law of Texas, which forbids the in
termarriage of whites and blacks, is rather
curiosity, i or a violation oi tins law it
provides a punishment for the whites, but
not the blacks. Those who made this law
must have proceeded on the preemption
that the blacks don't know any better, and
hence arc not responsible.
It has been ascertained that the Indiana
editorial gang that was recently stranded
at Kansas City, was composed chiefly of
livery stuble men, hotel waiters, barbers,
tailors an 1 loafers and dead-beats. Less
than one-third of the crowd was entitled to
recognition as newspaper men; and the
trateruity of Indiana was certainly not
honored in the appearance of the crowd or
the conduct of the interlopers. Unless news
paper men adopt means whereby outsiders
uuy be excluded, editorial excursions are
destined to come to an ignominious end,
and that right speedily.
East St. Lons is still cursed by wrang
ling factions that are ever ready to spring
at each other's throats. The embittered
iuarrels and bloody conflicts of the past
several years, chargeable to these factions,
have given the place a bud eminence that
will cling to it long after the participants in
the damning fucJs have passed from among
men. There are many good people there,
and industries have been set on foot that
ought to give the city a strong impetus
along the highway to thrift and prosperity.
Lift the pall that quarreling factions
have thrown over the place,
and East St. Louis will at once take its
place among the busy, prosperous, prom
ising cities of the Northwest.
Tkll a man he shall not do a certain
thing, and his desire to do that very thing,
(which, had it not been interdicted might
not have arrest his attention ) at once be
comes almost unconquerable. The effort to
exclude or prohibit I'h.uete immigration
has lm,i precisely that effect throughout en
tire divisions of the Chinese empire. The
desire to come to America is becoming a
fixed p.y.s'i.u. Thousands of the almond
eyed creature dr..-m of the iminens:' pay
of dollar and quarter n day, ns a s;ir'e
opening to fortune for every M uoliati who
reaches our shore. They think of employ
nicnt that brings such fabulous return- as a
"good thing" the Melican man wiu.tg to
keep til to himself, and, as day r.fter day
pauses by their de.ire increases in intensity.
This desire, despite the constant danger and
brutal treatment to which they will bo sub
jected, is scttiug thousands of them about
the work of preparing for a start to our
shores ol the Pacitic.
TiiEitEseem to be no limits to the possi
bilitiesot commerce. Until quite recently it
was thought to bo impossible to stock East
cm markets with Texas cattle and California
fruits. Now the stock and fruit trade with
those distant climes iiiuouuts to millions of
dollars every year, and thousands of men
rind profitable employment in its mainten
ance. But the most wonderful achieve
ment in the line of stock speculation is re
corded by Goodall's Chicago Drovers' Jour
nal. Quito recently it announced the ar
rival at the Union Stock yards of Mr. T.
Harper with two hundred and tweuty
live head of cattle from British Columbia.
Started from their pastures between the
Rocky and Cascade mountains, more than
throe thousand miles away, they traveled
on foot to Evanston, Wyoming, at the end of
the third year out, and from that point they
were transported by rail to the world's
greatest stock maiket, in Chicago. That
they were, at the cud of such an exhaust
ing trip, large, strong cattle, with every
sign of good breeding, shows that there is
scarcely any limit to the possibilities of
stock-raising on the American continent,
and that the achievements of to-day give
but a dim shadowing of those to be accom
plished, even within the present century.
The twenty-rive-mi lo swim between the
English Webb, who swam au natural, and
Boyton, who paddled himself in his rubber
;irniur, was an exasperating failure to every
body who put himself to expense or trouble
to witness it. The affair was heralded by
a great blowing of trumpets and pounding
of drums, but was tame and uninteresting
beyond measure. Boyton led from the
start. At the end ot ten hours and a half
he had made ten miles. Webb had made
about eight miles. At this point Webb was
seized with cramps, was taken from the
water and dosed with brandy. It was then
announced that he would not enter the
water again. Boyton paddled ahead until
he reach "the twcuty-five-inilc stake, which
he diil at the end of twenty hours and forty
minutes, h:.ving paddled him
self at a speed of a mile and a
quarter pjt hour about half as fast as
an ordinary walk. The mock ceremony of
handing over the "11,000 purse" was then
gone through with, at the end ol which
Webb challenged Boyton for another swim
under identically the same circumstances.
Boyton is, as the New Orleans Times once
calietl him, a national nuisance. What
there is to enthuse people in the fact that
he encases himself in rubber armor, like
that worn for many years bv submarinits.
and then llops around in the water like a
wounded aligator, is mor' than we can con
cieve. His armor is not adapted for life-,
preserving uses, he couldn't sink in the wa
ter if he would, and he does nothing in ar
mor that a good swimmer might not do
more gracefully without it. Why, then, in
the name ol reason and common sense, do
people gather in throngs of thousands, and
hurrah and become excited, at that which is
neith.T odd, instructive, useful or entertain
ing The matter is utterly incomprehensi
About a week ago some yovm ladies ot
up a party to go on a moonlight, excursion
The night finally arrived and the moon
nooded Held and river withaulow ot pearl v
richness, nnenthe party was ready to
leave the house which had been appointed
as the rendezvous, it was noticed that on.-
of the most charming yunng ladies of the
coterie had a shawl on, "What's the
matter Lucy?" inquired one young lady.
"Are you alraid ot taking cold :" "So, no,"
sue replied, "ine thermometer is up at Mil.
i ou ii roast n you wear that shawl." "rim
willing to roast," she said, rather pettishly.
"Don't you know why she wears that shawl f"
laughed her little brother as he wined .some
tally off Ids mouth with his jacket sleeve
"You keep still, you John Henrv." screamed.
the dear angel as she turned a trille red.
The boy then got out of reach and yelled:
i u ten you why she wears that shawl
hen she gets out on tho river liob puts his
arm under it and hugs her, and nobody can
see through the L'aine."
MK. N 10 ITS TOOTH.
From Hit; NVW York Sun.
"I've swallowed my teeth," said Thomas
Prout to the house surgeon of the New
York Hospital on Friday. The surgeon
looked inquiringly at Mr. Prout's mouth.
To all appearances he was but one tooth
short, and that was an upper front tooth.
Mr. Prout explained, lie said that nine
days before, while asleep in his home in
Cheshire, Mass., he was awakened by a .sen
sation of choking and violent stranglin"
and plainly felt that there was wtniHlnilg
unpleasantly hard and large making its
way to his stomach. Hut he didn't know
what it was until next morning when he
discovered that his "plutc' was missing.
Then ho came to the conclusion that he
hud swallowed tho rubber plato to which
wits attached a single tooth. It was his
custom to remove the false tooth and plate
each night on going to bed, but that time
he forgot to do Su. The result of bwhIIow
ing thU lnru'O and irregularly shaped
artiele was that he become ill, could retain
nothing upon his stomach, and was in great
pain. He consulted the tihvKieinn. ul,,,
dosed him with emetics ami 'poked down
his throat. All this only aggravated his
suffulnys Ho rapidly grew thin, nnd in
uiin- duy lost thirty-live pounds.
The house surgeon at the hospitaUent Mr
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MOItNINft ATTfllTST
Trout to ward, and had him put to bed.
Then he hunted up a long atrip of whalo
bono to which was attached a littlo hook.
The doctor carefully introduced this instru
ment down Mr. Trout's throat and into his
stomach. Then ho began fishing for tho
lost tooth. It was slow work, but after a
time he felt that ho had hooked on to some
thing. He pulled slowly and steadily,
and, to 3Ir. IVJt s bodily pain and mental
pleasure, brought to ligh the missing plato
and its attachment.
THE SACRED JUHY SYSTEM.
(FromthuN. o. Times.)
It would appear that England is not far
behind America in the matter of "jury
scandals." At a recent trial in Sheffield six
of the jury were for giving, a verdict of
willful murder, while the other six desired
to tind manslaughter. After a long discus
sion tliey ilrcw lots. uL-rceinL'
that one who should draw a
blank card should rind the verdict
The holder of the blank inclined to man
slaughter, but out of deference to the other
side he "tossed up," the throv was in favor
of "willlul murder," and that verdict was
accordingly returned. Consi,l,.rin,' the
chances of the case the poor devil who was
oeing tried lor Ins lilc wis In l,nl n
plight as the plaintiff in a civil case before
a jury in one of our courts. Un lm,H but
one friend among the twelve. Doubt
less, like the man iu the yarn, this
one never knew eleven tAi nli-tin.,
fellows as were his co-jurwrs! At
all events he held out. Some one, however,
who was acfiuaiuted with hi. .....
weakness, proposed a rubber of "stum up."
Should ho win the rubber live others ii"iviil
to stand with him. The jramo wnsiimilo
between him and the proponent. The re
maining ten friends of the defendant stood
behind their solitary opponent and assid
uously signaled the contents of his hands
to their representative in the contest. It is,
perhaps, needless to add that a verdict was
soon afterwards returned against the plain-
UOHSh-TlIlIiVLS IN TiilA IN TUK
Oallui Lctir in I'lsvMim New.
There was a case ol loise-siealing tried
here iu our District Court, in cam- duv.
that was very peculiar. There wasn't very
much style and ceicnioiK about trying caies
then, and particularly horsc-steaiing cases.
And tais was most particularly so when a
Mexican was aecucd of stealing a horse.
Pretty much all that was necessary was to
say : "Gentlenicr. of the jury, there's your
Mexican,'' and tVy would uy out, "Guilty
of murder iu tiictirstdegree,"vithout leav
ing their seats. May 0e it was not quite
that uuccrLiuouous, but there wasn't much
precious time ,wisted before buaiping him
oil' to Jlimtavilie. Well one day, a Mexican
named Jose Xana SoniethiuL'-or-other.
was brought intc court to be tried for un
due recklessness in the transfer of live
stock. The court had appointed a leading
lawyer to defend :he Mexican, he being
without funds to cdiploy counsel; but the
couu-el was prevented ly more important
business (being on a protracted soree) from
consulting with his Mexican client. In
fact, the lawyer never saw his client until
the Deputy Sheritl brought him into court
and dumped him down iu his chair along
side of his attorney. Now the Deputy
Sheriff happened to be a new hand, and
didn't know one Mexican from another, and
as the venire had run short, and the jury
box had to be tilled up, ho picked up all
the loafers in the court room, and actually
took the prisoner himself and put him iu
the jury-box to try his own
case. The prisoner was unfamiliar
with the way ot courts, so he didn't
anything, and as another Mexican strolled
i i . i. .i , .
ju aim mo uie vaium seal oi me prisoner,
his counsel was nose the wiser, particular.v
as no hiuiselt had oeen out in the mean
time and taken scleral more drinks. The
jury was impanelled and sworn, among them,
of course, the prisoner, who lifted up hi,
hand wiih the rest. The prisoner's attorn, y
now turned to his client, and not knowing
Spanish, asked him in England, if he real it
stole the horse, is charged in the indictim :.f.
The Mexician didn't understand a word, and
as is customary with Mexicans when tli y
are asked questions they don't understand,
he answered, "Si, senor," (yes, sir,) where
upon the lawyer got up and told the court
that his unfortunate client pleaded guiltv,
but he. the lawyer, would like to addie-s'ii
few words to the jury. The District At
torney not objecting, the luwver made the
noblest (.Hurt of his life. Ho made out
that his c.'ieiit was descended from a noble
Castiliau family that had shed their blood
like water to hold this countrv against the
Indians, how bad company had ruined him.
how his family was in distress, and much
more of the same stuff, until all the j.;rv
were more or less affected, except the pi-;"-oner
in the jury-box, who, being the onlv
Mexican, was not much moved. It waurt
his funeral. The jury brought in a verdict
oi guilty, and assessed the penalty at live
years. The jury, among them the real cm!
pnt, were dismissed, while the Sheriff put
handcuffs on the innocent Mexican in tint-hair,
and led him off to jail. No doubt
he had been guilty of some rescalifv. for I,..
went along without murmuring, he'ulso not
"ciugvcry laminar with our legal custom-.
The upshot of this was that the guilty jure
man got wind of it and iniido his escape.
In the meantime the friends of the missing
.Mexican hunted tin; whole town over i,r
him, but in vain. At last he was diseoe.
ered in Jail with hobbles on. As he owned
several carts and oxen, and was a man of
wealth and influence among the Mexicans,
a lawyer got him out on a writ of habeas
corpus. On the examination nil th,is,. e,,ru
eaini- out, and the lawyer who d di.f(.ndcd
the Mexican had a great deal of
at him. Judge Thomas J. Devine, before
whom tho Mexican was broiiol.t ' ... ,.
t , , . --r," "M -1 111 Ol
habeas corpus, ami Judge II. Dimran city
attorney of Houston, will cheerfullv' sub
stantiate the facts contained in the fore"0-
An An itoui-rv on Hj. a, k Evks.-Hmry
Hill, the famous "Snort," is Kui,l t l .,,..;,
more about black eyes than tlu- hri-'htest
brunette in America. He IIIK ni, 1
taken thousands in his time. n,T,i i u
tlmt tho only thing which will Mnov0
hem with, u twelve hours is Giles' Liniment
Iodide Amonm. (.ides' pills enm, r...
stipation. Sold by all dniggl,N s.-nd
tT'f'T west ;,;,!.
yi.v-N.. lnal size 85 cents. Sold bv
bw!)KW Juck8n'8 Swt'l,t Ntwy To-
m?, ". Vm D'SAITOINTMKNT.-It in
m n . 1 ', rCfWU W,'rV Butlcr SOllght the
tt " r ni!mm'm because he
S'.r''08 c;!ro,for infers of all
kinds Is Henry's Carbolic Salvo. Try it
lo convinced. Beware of counterfdts.
butter, can bo avoided by U8inK the IVr
S1 ut'V "f Wells, Richardson
-V Co., Burlington, Vt. At hudred of talrs
tins year, good judges havo united in its
commendation.' It has no nri.cotiiil,lfn.t,
A Laud To all who urn mitv..i iiuf Trim,
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a receipt that will
cure you, I'Iiick ok ciiakok. This irrcan
remedy was discovered by a missionary it
South America. Send a self-addrt s.sed en-
velopc to the Br.v.JosKi-it T. Ism an, Sta
tion ii. :sew loin City.
Money Haimhi.y Maui: Small and laiL'e
investments (limn if'Jo to .ilO.OOOi. in the
combinations of .Messrs. Lawrence & Co.,
pay large profits. This new and successful
system unite thousands of orders from cus
tomers into one immense capital, and is
managed with the best skill and experience
in the stock market. Profits are shared pro
rata by customers every month. Share
holders, thus obtain all the advantages of
large, capitalists. Thousands are rapidly
making money, and many have i.equired
handsome fortunes bv this safe nud legiti
mate method, which has been amonir tin
most suecesslul of the movements of th
Moc k hxchane. '.') will make 12.1, or "i
percent.. sflOO will return fiOO. fVM) will
net .i.j,U(h), etc., according to the state of"
the market. New explanatory circular
witn unerring rules lor success," mailed t
all applicants l.y Messrs. Lawrence A: Co
Bankers, :,7 Exchange Place, New Yorl
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ul !,. i irc-iii jun of Ai.'.M.,'..T umnw. .: :,;,,
ii writ ul :i! ;u l, nu-i;f ui-niiht tin- i-etr i!t e
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TT.c IIMUNT NOTICE
1'iiDi'c rumn: is lien ny ir'vcii to Hurt; :.ti I..-v :
(tint on tlu- r'tti !y ul .liny. A 1). H- t ry
, ii.- rin-ii oi.i in i ii.. iir' Uii ruiiri ul A.i xiii.Ci
coauty. UliuiiiK. r writ of a!t-r.im-t.t n --n n -' :h
ei-oiti! ol the i-iiiil lli-rn.uu I.i vv. fur $ .'".'7 m. rif.ir:.
iilile ou the tliirJ .Mumisy ni s. !, ml. it. 1.7i. t.i
uriii oi siiui conn uim to hr tMnnti in the envoi
i airo. m fiiim-o'.itiry and mat-. wLuii wr.t ul ut
u:i iiineiu nil-ncii i, vn ii tiion lot lit. 1,1.,. k .'7. it,
s:iiu c ity ot cmru .Now. Misii-i- th -md H.-rnei:.
I.'-vy lilisil uppnir. ti) ami pli'.nl wl.hin tb
t:im- iimlted lor lii n;iM raiii e in -ui ii ftrv, j.w.g
llli'llt will l)c t-l.tiTili mi.U tl,i' .i.;m.. o n"'. h-1.
'H he sold JOHN A. ItKKVK.
Cairo. HI., Aml-u-! 4th, 1S7'.i Cir( u;t i'l. rk
STATE oi: lU.INolo. I ( 'ircilit court i.f Ali THT ,!. r
col.ntv or allx.'.sd! it. I coiittv. SeDtia.'nr t' r:.:.
A. II. !;,!.
WilJam Twei-ul' irkt r 1
k.Ualn th l.ink-T. William od ti'.ll f. i ;-!.!! itior.
Link.T. llyan K. I'l-.rki r. Ji.; ,'
I'arkcr. liuli.-rt II uliiIls-i
ham, l.i..ic H. Hiii-U-n J
AftUlavitof the mm p-iiL-nrp of Kli.iitn tfi I.ii.k. r
William Linker. Hyiin K. l'i.rk-r, nf the Hie ., li jii'
aim- aoovi- riMiuMi. Iimiiiii; h. i-u ti(., ju (;,. i:,ci. of
oiwiiiTK in -!i riri-it-i i-oiir: ot Aif.xam.er rmititv
liotire ic le.Ti hy (tivi n in the- ia:l linn reii,i i.t d', '
li'D'laiits.Tliat Hie oiiiiiji:m.iit 1U fljcij ,;: f
coiiii!aii:t in cud court on tin- huin ry suli- thi-n uf
nil the ltilh day of Jtov. A. I). Now. tf..-r inn
iinl yim. tin.- "aid'KliaiiWi'i Lli.kfr. Wiillmu
Linker. Inaii K 1'urki-r shall pcrsonalW tit- i.i.u i.p.
pear In-fore thu paid iitrait cniirt of Alexam.ir
county on the tirst day of the m-M ti-rin ti.i-reof. to
in-iioim-ii ai iui-conn liniln: in tho r:tv ul Caito
ill 'aid coutuy. on the l.Vh day of Si ptrinhi r. A. I)'
Is!'.', anil pl.-ad. aiicwcr or di'iniir to the i-aid com
)ilaiii!int s tiiil of coniplaiiit. the -nine and tin- teat
t' t-s and tliintri. thciein haru'i-d and sut.-ii, wiil M
lukeii ni- coiifi-s'id. ami a decrrr cut. red a -uirift
yun uciurdiiito the praverof raid liMI
.JOHN' A RKKVR f!,..l
piiiiKKS ,t (iiuiKiiT. totiiplaiiihLt h ?uiiu:or.
Wln-n-it.. ( hr:-!aii llai.iiy ami t'r'ula V. Hancv
liy tln-ir trn-t di-.-tl ticariin; dale Uin M!h day of
April. A. Ii. is;-,, ami duly riTordi'd In tin- r-rord-;rn
oill' i- of AlesiiiidiT rottntv, Illimin. in tmok tj of
il' ''! mi Jiai:'- W" ami 1. did LTant. liar.o n and
- ii in ine umti-r-iu'li-'il lloraru War. ni .-. in in:
lor He! ti'fc ami purpo-. thervin exin-'sn il. Ihc
i niuwiuu (U'-rrilii-il r-'iil fstale. to-wit: Lot n:ttn-
im-i-'ii urn' 1 1 : in Iiioi-k iiiiml'iTed twi'titv-fix c i. in
i !' r:ty o ( alio, l onnij ol' Ali-saiid-'r a:.d st.iic of
l.noli-. to Hirllle the pHVIIKI.t of
c'-rta.n priiliiisory iit,j fr ,hu tm.i of
nvi- tinHi-mm clodai'S ffimiii of ,'vi'ii
nan! wmi sain i.i'cii. pnyalili! three year" lifter t!
u.,1.1.' inereui, t. iior n - v urdje-r . ii iriian.'nii for
.Mini .j . i-l." ii-ot). a inn, or, or order w.'h v.:vr r:
iroiii ,.-:.!! ai o.eiaie ol ten per hi.; per anmo i w
ti-pt i'liyuM'- -eni! annually; ami w I erea. :h,
principal ol until mite, ninoiiiititi! lo live llio'ii-and
noiiiir-. lino ine siijn oi two hundred ami 'i.vty
uu. - ii,.. ! em uniui: mi .tchi t.'ier' Di, c,:;i ai
,,i no,, noiiee uioi "iiin.iu. ami i 'Teas.
ine U'l.llei ol sum Jioti; Uli- called llllol: t ii- ii:,il, r.
-il'i:--d I'l sell ih- said prem is h to na:i!'y the ruid
;!eli' ::m'. iniere-i, tu-ether with the cu?: liiiend-
le.r :ne eve, nt:,in ol said tri'i:. Now th.-r, lute.
I'.v mmii-' of tiie power -Iven mc liy iud dcei! id
Ou t. ion! In pursuance u.tii tin- provlnoi k there
'll. I will on
l-'l:i;i.Y 'I'll G i!i:h DA V (V SEiTJ'.MKEH
ti I I he lioiu i,; '1 or !ih k, li in., of n:ui day. lit thf
coiiit li.niH' door, in the eiiv of Cairo, in i.'il'couiuv
ol A exaie r. -tale of leim,i. pro d to f ll, bv
IlllbllC V! lie. t the , i ,t:,.f t bili'llT fur I'llfh. HI ill
hi! tiiiin'i"ii i one il i in bloi k numbeieil twenty
nx c.li!. .ii Die city of Cairo, couniy of Alexander
and tan' o( Illinois. toL"'itierwi:h all richt of ie
deiiiptlnii ami liolnecii'iiil I'Xeinptioii of 'lie -aid
cliri-iian lliintiyatid I'rKiilii V. Haiity. 'J'l.e par
chaiier win t. entitled to a deed.
Dated Ai',mim IS. lsT'i,
IIOItAi'K WAKDNKI!, Trusto
f-aiiniel I'. Wliecler at;y. lur tram-H.
1 MiKAS. William W. Tliorntori mid Murtha
I liornioti, by their certain Trum Died uaied
Slay thu iMh, A. J), lsii'mid recorded In the Kecord
erK olllc In Alexander County. In Hook UV." I'a -i-4H1,
s and .1 did convey to the uiitlerHliicMi uh TrUMt-'tt
tho preinln'K hereinafter di'i-crihi'U to Kccnru th
payment of n-wu protnlHory tioten for thu mm nf
onu t ioiiMind (lmiii) dollars each and payalilu re
spectively In four Ml ilvu (M fix UIikcvcii (Tlclirlit
(S Iilile v anil ten (111) yearn from dm o. with Inter,
cut nt the rati-nr ten per cent, per annum, payuhiu
in'mi-niiiiiiully from null! and v, hercim tlvu (Si of miiil
tioti'K Hre now dun and unpaid with interect on
came Irom the With of May A . ). WA tn this date
And wherea thu leeul holiler f ..,.,- i.,...
calli'il'iipiiii the, iindcridiiniMl to fell 'liu premNcM
i" "aoKiy mm niiu'n nud titer
r'n "'r,l',V'r" ''! lrHiiimro of tho term of
rn.u ev, ,i u. j .., uiu IllierHlnitl Will,
A, 1). IH'.'.t.
hctweeti the hourn of ten (id) o'clock A. M titul 5
o'olni-k I'. M. of mild day, on tli preiiilHchi-ri'ln.
afUT tleKcrUied In tho city of Cairo, 111k., proi I
In null at I'lilille venilini to thu hlfli.'Ki hidder for
cmh. (he fnllowlnii (lencrllii'd Heal Liati-. to'wit
LoIh iiutnlier nlni! (Iliten tl()i i-Ii-vch n twelve Mt
ntij thirteen (Kli In hlm k nmnlmr hIxIi-cii mi in
thuflrHtadilltloii to the city of t'alro, VliliiiiiH i!
platteU l.y thu TruMees ol'Valro cl' v , "l
Hlttiati-il In Ihi-roiiiilyof Alexander, rilfiinlii iinri
nl t ill r lillu inn einiltv nf ,,.,1 i . . '"J" "'"I
William W. Thornton ...nl Martha S I Th, rl Z'l il
wife. Ihclr ivirx, i-xccutur-. BiliiilMrill j
JAMES MEYER, ,Tn'8
INODOROUS AND COLORLESS.
The Most Effective, Powerful and Cheainst
jicsiroys una .Neutralizes tl,c Most Offensive Odors and I'oifonous Clko. arisii
worn iuijuticci m:werage or uny oilier hource ol Infection.
ARRESTS AND PREVENTS C()NTA(iION.
And is Limvalleil for the
Compound.-, I from M.-talic- Halts-, Zinc-, roj,,.r :,u Uai yt.i U,.;,
My JAMES MEYER, Jr., Sole Manufacturer in the U. S.
SIX YJOAKS SMVEUKST TKSTS.
J. M. VANDEI.HIIT, Pii sident of
tllK .ui"min i. us i een luiiy ieste.1 Uy llie nullihers of this
' "",". V "i, ik l'l,!(, Illlf. ""'I it is their general oj.ini..n that it is the b-st pi,,,,, ,,;
the kind that has ever b. en olTc re 1 to the public. ' 1
"I Tliirt-rMr.. t.li... 1 ..... .1..... . . 1 . .
1'lt , -.TI...I' I . . l .. e
. -""' i ioj iu.) io iecoii;iiie:m .:s v.m', net aiohe
but as an article that should be kejit iu every wi-Il-regulati'd hon.-el,
r , . , ,
Howard Associati'iii, during
........ ,.- w.ui. ,.-, ihmmk ian; :n my t-nvate fi ut . ..n.i
lie j'list ejil'li ll,.c
In n.y jiinl .n
a .bMt:t. ctai.t and dco iotier.
I'llK E .Vlcts f.r Quart i'.cttle.
which it may be ajip.icd.
We are iiutliorized Special
IT A I U I
Umgstons Poison Fly Plate
AT BARCLAY BROTHERS,
Will kill more flies in Ies
otfei-eil to the public.
r r n r
1 AriTTTv 1
YiJk) J 1 A L L I
ASSETS, Jam-av 1. ISTf),
(No I'nrn.nni No:
SUllrLUS ov-.r .seven Million Dollars. "
Tin; ?il-t important fiUi-stimi fur those iti.-uriug their liyisis "WHICH COM
PANY IS STRONGEST'!''
The strongest ciuipnny is the one whieh has the mot imiXAiiS ok well invested
ASSETS FOH KVEKY 1KI1.LA11 OK miliums. . ft
Of the seventeen largest Life Insurance Companies of the United ' States the rati
of assets (excluding premium notes) to liabilities, the Equitahle is largest, kin;-121.09
Tho second largest is 119.77, and the third
ttfTThese figures arc from the official
nient, June 1, 1378.
Grow more popular every day, and nre made a specialty.
Dressing ot Offensive, Wouu
the Howard Asso. iation. v.u- t,i.
n . . , . .
"KLKANf, ov- n.ber Htth.
ii tiiii city. I cfin tc-tify to i:,
t is withi ut :.n i
MONTlio.MEHY IJKOWX. M. I
v t j.an.pl.let g.virg
Kxcluive Airt'iits, Cairo, IlIiiK.i.
Agents for the pruprieloi.
time than anv other noiMin -v-
AM KA.V( E.
report of the New York Insurance Denart-
Cor. Twelfth Street,
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