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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING; AUGUST 29, 1879.
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OFFICIAL IWFER OF ALEXANDEK COUNTY.
K. A. Jhivnott,
"Democracy is a sentiment nut to bo appalled,
corrupted or compromised. It knows no baseness-,
rowers to no danger, oppresses no weakness. Fear
less, 2enerjU8 and humane, It rebukes the. arrogant,
cherishes honor, and sympathises, vith the humble.
It asks nothing l'"t what It concedes; it concedes
nothing but what it demands. Destructive only of
despotism, it is tho sole conservative of liberty, la
boruml property. It is the sentiment of freedom,
of equal obligations. It is the law uf nature per
vading the law of the land. The stupid, the sel
fish, the base in spirit may denounce it a9 a vulvar
thinjr; but in tho history of our race the Demo
cratic principle has developed aud Illustrated the
highest moral and intellectual attributes of our
nature. Yes, this is a noble, magnanimous, a sub
lime sentiment, which expands our uifectlous, en
Uresis tho circle of our sympathies and elevates the
a oul of man until, claiming an equality with the
beat, be rejects as unworthy of his dignity any po
litical immunities over the humblest of his fellows.
Yes, it iB an ennobling principle; find may that
spirit which animated our fathers in the Revolution
ary contest for its establishment continue to ani
mate us. their sons, iu the impending struggle for
tin preservation." WILLIAM ALLEN.
Tjik San Francisco Chronicle estimates
the vote which will be cast next week in
California at 145,000, of which Glenn
(Dem.) will receive 72,000, Pcriiins (Rep.)
5!),.i00 and White (Kearneyitc) 22,000.
The Perkins ticket being nursed by the
Central Pacific railroad ring, with all their
money and machinery at work for it, there
is not much certainty about Glenn's
We ake sorely vexed with mosquitoes
ourselves, but have occasion to rejoice that
we arc not in Maryland. The mosquitoes
there are bad the papers confess it. A
few days ago, near Billy O. Neck, a boy by
tlia name of Tommy Stewart, was sent into
the field to keep up a fire to drive away
the mosquitoes from the cattle. Millions
of the insects attacked the boy and literally
bit him to death. They also attacked tho
cattle and inflicted such pain upon them
that they rushed into tho river and many
of them were drowned. The reader will
more fully comprehend the situation, per
haps, when wc remark, in tho language of
the Baltimore American: "The mosquitoes
are, if such a thing can be, more numerous
and vicious than they were last year."
THE PARTY MUST PAY IT.
Secretary Sherman, einphuzing his words
with many oaths, declared to a correspon
dent of the Philadelphia Times, the other
day, that tho negro Casanave, of Louisiana
returning board infamy, should not be al
lowed to pay tho fees of the attorneys who
snatched him, as it were, from tho very
Hates of the penitentiary. It is a debt, Mr.
Sherman assumes, that tho Republican
party owes, and should pay. Humiliating
as it may bo to tho party, Sherman
is right. Tho party and not Casa
nave, should pay the lawyers.
The returning Board may have turned u
dishonest penny by their manipulation of
tho election returns, but it was done with
the connivance, if t ut the instigation, of
men who were the official representatives of
tha Republican party, and the one great re
mitt ot tho fraud was tli'i counting of lliyi.-s
into the Presidency. For the perpetration of
this fraud Casanave and his Ir 'ttm n of the
board were called to account by the cunts,
and but for the technical defensu ingenious
ly devised by able counsel they would have
been sent to tho penitentiary, while the ad
ministration, which is tho creation of the
board, would hove been covered with last-
ing disgrace. Sherman reasons us Casa
nnvo docs, thnt the men who gained
by tlio fraud, and whose good name wqb
saved, for thatimo at least, by their ac
quittal, should pay the bills, and that, abovo
all, the debt should not fall upon tint only
member of the Kcturning Board, as we
pointed out the other day, who has never ap
plied for office and bo far as the public
knows has had no compensation for his
services. Ho goes to an extreme, however,
when he says, with a tincture of his illust
rious brother's profanity, that it is a blanked
cowardly piece of business for the Repub
licans to be afraid to help Casanave. There
are many Republicans who never counten
anced the Louisiana frauds and who have
always declined to believe what Mr. Sher
man knows to be true of the services of
Wells, Anderson, Casanave and Keiiner. If
the Secretary had substituted 'the adminis
tration' for 'the Republicans,' and left out
the prolane. word, it would be a concise
statement of the popular opinion."
SHOUT THEM DOWN !
'The Democratic party must be put
, .., ... 1 j , .-,.V.i I
uown, citner at uie imioi nox or on uic uni
tleficld. Which shall it be?"
We will not sav that because of the an-
pearancc of the quoted words in the edito
rial columns of the Chicago Inter-Ocean,
tho otlioo of the paper should be razed to
the earth and the editor, with a mill stone
about his neck, tossed into lake Michigan ;
but we will say that the editor capable of
such an utterance is not fit for a position on
any decent journal, and it Jwould be the
handsome thing for the proprietors of the
Inter-Ocean to do toliave the writer of the
infernal paragraph, lifted from his sanctum
on the hardest boot toe that can be found
Republican editors like the Inter-Ocean
man (aud thank the Lord
there are but few such) contemplate the
wiping out of the Democratic party with
force and arms, as a pleasant appetizing ef
fort before breakfast. They see a Republi
can army with Hags and drums, and gay
uniforms and burnished muskets, marching
to an appointed battle field where are
gathered a lot of ragged, unarmed, undis
ciplined Democrats. They see the Repub
lican army shoot the unorganized rabble
down, and then, with victory perched upon
its banners, they see that army return and
assume complete and unquestioned mastery
of the country. They forget that a civil
war among a people so intermixed as are
the members of the Republican and Demo
cratic parties, would contorm to no rule or
discipline; but would descend to indis
, criminate butchery. It would not be
section against section, State against
state or neiglilornooI against
neighborhood, but family against family
and man against man. In such a contest
the sight of a Democratic throat would be
an invitation for a Republican to cut it, and
vice versa. Every city would have its St.
Bartholomew's day, and every neighbor
hood its messacre ot the Wyoming. It
would be a conflict waged for purposes of
extinction, and in the madness and blood
thirstiness of the times the women and chil
dren would perish, that viper Democrat or
viper Republicans might nut be raised up
to curse the land anew. This is the kind ot
a conflict the men ot the Inter-Ocean kind
would precipitate a butchery that would
appal the world, and cause the floors of
every home in the land to run red with
How such a contest would terminate we
do not care to speculate; but we may safely
assume that the Inter-Ocean men of the
time the instigators of the bloody carnival,
would not live to see the triumph ot either
Mail, desperate, devilish men are they,
all of them, who do not hold in highest
horror, even the thought, that the time will
ever conic when the Republican or Demo
cratic party will be put, out nf existence by
force and arms. Tho man who can calm
ly contemplate the possibility of such n
bloody issue, should bo abhorred; the man
who can urge it, is a fiend and a devil, to be
execrated and damned !
EWILlSIl CHOI' PROSPECT.
Uvular Correspondent of th'j Cairo Hulletin,
London, Aug. 12th, 1879.
Agricultural prospects vary according to
the point of view. Not that any district iu
England is enjoying a cheerful outlook, but
only that the gloom and discouragement
differ in intensity according to the charac
ter of tho husbandry pursued. In a gener
al way it may be said that tho pastoral dis
tricts present a more promising aspect than
the regions mainly devoted to corn farm
ing. The Hummer grazing of cattle and of
fatting sheep would bo fairly prosperous,
owing to thu abundance of grass and the
comparative quiescence of contagious dis
ease, it the watery uud abnormally forced
herbnge hail more ''proof in it, and if rea
sonable, prices had been obtainable for the
light clips which have not enabled the
farmer to draw a handsome
share ,, ,j yc!U's . ,)ro(Wh
in the shupo of the wool-buyers cheque.
But, on the other hand, breeding flocks
liavo suffered severely tho lossos of lambs
have been disastrous Iron tho persistent
continuance of excessive downfalls of rain,
which have kept pastures oud seeds and
forage crops in sodden and unhealthy layers.
Even dairy farmers arc in difficulty, though
their thief stress Is the low market for their
products, anil the cruel encroachment oi
American cheeses upon , tho monopoly of
quality, heretofore, enjoyed by home-made
Cheshire, Cheddar aud Stilton.
As to the hay harvest, whilo only u very
small proportion of the meadow hay can
posssibly have been got well, and a larger
quantity than probably at any former time
has been spoiled iu the rick, owing to hasty
and insufficient making, the quality of
nearly all is deteriorated from tho mere
fact of the lateness of the period of cutting
resulting in an over-ripe and
woody condition of the grass anil a
waste of the nutrient properties which were
at this maximum when weather forbade tin
risk of putting in tho scythe or mowing-
machine. Large breadths of meadow hay
are at this moment lying iu the swath-
bulky growths, indeed, but hazardous to
spread out properly with the tedding ma
chine, and to treat secundum artem with a
view to color, fragrance, ami quality, be
sides involving heavy labor of teams and
hands just when all the forces of the farm
are in demand for overtaking some of the
tillage operations such its the weeding of
green crops, which the weather has made
long overdue, and for the commencement
of pea-cutting and other labors now press
ing closely upon the heels of each other.
The crop of clover hay too, is only partially
secured. The actual destruction of hav
by the catastrophes of flooding rivers ami
deluging rains and waterspouts nuist have
been very great. Taking the condition of
the principal hay di.-tricts into account,
and applying the same throughout Erg
land aud Wales, it may well be that the
fodder for next winter is many million of
pounds sterling short in value.
The prospect's for corn farmns. and for
root growers, for the winter kop of shc.p,
and alo for the cleanly culture nf land,
next year, may be understood from a few
notes, with regard to particular districts.
And as a sample of a tine corn country take
parts of E-sex and Ilertsford-hire, extend
ing between Chelmsford and a point, west
ward of Hishop's Storttord. In journey by
railway aud a drive through the clay coun
ty of Roothings and the kinder land, nearer
Chelmsford, and about Dunmow and Bis
hop's Stortford, I am impressed with these
governing feature the failure of the
barleys, the thinness of wheats, the foulness
of the fallows ami, indeed of all land, and
the number of dung-heaps and farm-yards
full of manure, which the farmers have been
unable to apply either for the present or
next year's crops.
This year, of all others, the farmers, dis
appointed in their usual early wheat-seeding
time, sowed more acres than ever, with
barley; aud, indeed, au eye to the probable
market has lead them to expect better
money returns from the beer-making than
from the bread-making cereal. Rut barley
is more sensitive than wheat to climatic in
fluences. The inclement spring and sum
mer have damaged it more. The plant is
so thin, and the stems are so weak that the
whole crop mu.-t be looked upon as more or
less a failure.
Uiehmond (Va.,i Dispatch: Saturday
cvenins; ahout 8 o'elock a curious and beau
tiful phenomenon was visible in the eastern
sky. The planet Jupiter had risen .1 few
decrees, vailed by a thm layer of clouds.
His liyht, refracted thnniLrh the watery me
dium. w-us a reddish hue.' aud the phuiet
was magnitied to many times its usual ap
parent size. Down below the central point
of liyht there appeared in the clouds a
shimmering lit:ht, which was a true rerlec
tion upon the cloud-surface. It was as if
the heavenly body had been a liirhtoti the
surface of ti sheet of water which reflected
its rays. The shiinniery reflection extended
downward toward the horizon over a space
of some two or three decrees .This strange
siijht lasted only about fifteen minutes,
when the movement of the clouds hid both
the planet and its reflection.
An AfTiioniTV on Black Evms. Harry
Hill, the famous "Sport," is said to know
more about black eyes than the bnghtc-t
brunette iu America, lie has given and
taken thousands in his time, and ho savs
that the only tliincr wliich will remove
them within twelve hours Utiles' Liniment
Iodide Amonia. Oiles" pills cures Con
stipation. Sold by nil druL'ists. Send
for pamphlet. Dr. (iiles, 120 'West Broad
way. N. Y. Trial size 25 cents. Sold by
Barclay Bros. J
C'llAVl.M! UmKH DlSAPPOIXTMMNT.i-It is
said that the reason why Butler sought the
gubernatorial nomination was beciluse lie
had not been fairly treated by the Uepuli
licans. The best ' cure for chafers of 11
kinds is Henry's Carbolic Salve. Try it
and be coiivinced. Beware if ciiutitcrfcits.
Sthkaky iu'ttlii Unmarketable, streaky
butter, can be avoided by umdi; the Per
fectcd Butter Color of Wells, KiehanUon
& Co., Burlington, Vt. At hudreiis of tuirs
this year, food judties have united in its
commendation. It has no preceptibh' taJte
Slt'K VOI.KS SAVi: MUNHY by lmvitii; the
medicine known as ludnev-woit." ff a
dry vegetable compound of woiHleifU
easy in all diseases of the liver un.l Sid
neys. Dne pnekajfe makes six cpv.rts of
medielne which contains no poir,ous
lhpiors being prepured in pure v;,ter,
.J''!!!,1! iD"tlc( J" bcri'1,y P'"'" ,0 B- Kn"I that ou
the iwih day nl May, lh'.B. O. II. Woodward sued out
nl the Circuit Court of Alexander county, Illinois,
a writ or attachment ugalust thu estate nf K. Hooka
for sDU.IIo, renminbi!) uri the third .Monday of Sen.
ti mber, ls?M, to term of said court then to bo
holden in tho city ol Cairo, In said county and
Miitu, which writ of attachment has been levied
upon a lot ot merchandise. Now, unless 10. Hooks
shall nppear. give ball and plead within thu tlmo
limited foi his appearance In such case, Judgment
will lie entered aud tho eslnte so attached
v. ill he sold. JOHN A IfKKVK,
Cairo, 111., August Itli, is;9. Circuit Clerk.
I'nliPc notice is hereby given to Herman Levy
that on the l'.Hh day of July, A. I). ISTtl, Henry
Welfssued out of tin' circuit court of Alexander
county, Illinois, a writ of attachment against the
estate of the said Herman Levy, I'orSMT.lM. return
able on the third -Monday of September, 1S7M, to a
term of said court thou in be holden in the city of
Cairo, In sale county ami state, which writ nf at
tachment has been levied upon lot !M, block J7, iu
said city of Cairo. Now, unless tho said Herman
Levy shall appear, ejvo hall and plead within the
time limited lor his appearance in such ease, Judg
ment will he entered ami the elate so attached
will he sold JOHN A. HUKVE.
Cairo, li., August 1th. !(rT!l. Circuit Clerk.
Statbok Ii.i.isok. i Circuit court of Alexander
Cocnty or Al.KXAMiKII. (roiintv. September term.
A. H. 1SU.
William Tw eed Parker 1
Elizabeth Linker. William I on liill f r paititlon.
Linker, Dyas K. Parker, .lode
Parker, liobertll. C U 1. 1, i 11 - I
ham, Llz.ie H Hughes J
Affidavit of the non rcldencoof Elizabeth Linker,
William Linker. Dyas K. Parker, of Hie the iMmd-
anls above named, bavins been lili d in the oihee of
tho clerk if said circuit c i'irt ol A.exuij.ler county
notice Is hereby L'iveii to the said non re-idem Uc
leiidhiits. taut the eoiijolainaat has lili'd I,, lii.l of
( mil:ilnt In said court on the chancery side thereof
on tne i'uii n.iy oi .nuy. A. li. i.",'i. .Now. tiiereiore.
unless you. i;ie M.id ' Ell.iibeth Linker. William
Linker, llvas F. Parker hit'. personally be and ap
pear tieforo tho said ciicnit court oi' Alexander
county on the first day of the Lext term thereof, to
he holden at the court house in the city of t.'uiro.
in said county, on the l.'jth day of September. A. U
and plead, ai.-v.er oi 'demur to the com
pluimn.t's biii of complaint, the satao and tee mat
ters and things therein charged and rta;,.-n, will he
t:.ketl as i',i!ift-se(, and a decree entered ailii.st
Voa according to the ;.:ter of me! bill
JiilIN A. KllEVK. Clcik.
Cnt.KV ,t 0U'.i:ur. Oomp'.r.ii.iiiit s olli ;:o:.
J l! i v 11 tb. l-t'.l.
WLere :. i 'hr:s;;rin Hi.r.r.y aul I'r-tili: V. Har.i v.
by t!virtr':! deed h.-::r; t.-' dMc 'he II'!) ,;.. id
A'pnl. A. I). 1 iit.d i.i::v recirdnl i;; t..e r- i'rtl
er ntli e of Ait-xi:t.d.-r c-i'.li;!y. lliKeto-. l.i hook il of
de' t; ;: h::.' 1-..' Mo! it, e.d t i: hera::! and
.' II to he uiider-i'ie d l.Vrruv W.'.nli.er, in tri:
lor tin- IX pe.;-po-i theieiu expi'ei'd. the
f ilow de.'Ti'ied r'-.il e-'tate, vmv it : Lot num
bered o';o 1 1 1 iu 1. '.'.' k !.'.'.M,!.rred t'Aei.ty e.v. in
the !' of i airo. eo::i;:j of Alexander !...d st-itenf
Ibiiads. to m cue the piiym-'M of a
n-naiii Ji:v!'!i!t-o,y note .ir tho -';;:i oi
live tli iu wand dollars ir' i uf net;
. with s:.'.d d'ed. payable th'rie y.-arc uPr the
d.ite thereof, to Uo.-i.ei- Wariier i.'s i'.mrtiiati for
N inn .lor.-en-on. a niieor. or orlervtith intere-t
from dale a: ther..te of teu per cent per annum iii
li re-t p'lyaMe e::ii -annmiily: p.:ni whereas, the
principal of aid note, ai'iountin:.' to live thousand
dollars, and the stun of two hundred ani' sixtv
three and tie-piO dollars interest th-Teuii. is due at
the (hue of Ibis notice and '.inpa'd. t.nd whereas,
the holder of said note !.:: culleu ujiun the under
signed to mil the said premie to aii!'v th- said
debt and interest. no-tluT with the co-;s at tend -Im;
the execution of aid trust. Now therefore,
by virtue of tiie power jiven me bv said deed of
trust, and inpurnir.ncc it the pruvisioi. tier.
of. I will on
FK1DAY TIIE Pith DAY (E tEPTMBiI
at the hour of M o'clock, p. in., of said day. at the
coim house door, in the city of Cairo, in thecouuv
Of Alexander, state uf Il'iiio;-. proceed to s.. II. by
public vendue, to the hit-in ,-t bi liti r lor cash, saiil
lo' nie.iberi d one (1 1 in block numbered t Aeu'y
six eJM.in the c;iy of Cairo, county of Alt Xaiich r
and stale of I.linois. Ke.-etloT with iill rifi.t ol ie
detnption nt.d hom-'siead exti.-prion cf the said
Chrisiian Ilanuy and I'r-nla V. Jlixnv The pur
chaser will he entitled to a deed. " -
Lilted August . ls70.
IluliACE '.VAI.DNEU. Tru-tee.
saiiiiiel I'. Wheeler ai'v. l..r trust.-.
WHEKEAS. W::;:n W. Thon.-on ar.-I Vartha
M Tiioriiion. by tiieir cer'u.r; Tr i I. ed uatej
May the jj. A. I) l..Tand re oni' diut.he 1,'ec.ird
vis "illee in Altxambr Coiiii'y. :u II. .ik - . ' I'a.-c
iI. S and H did convey to the !i':.i!er-li.!d as Tru-t' c
the premise hereinafter i;cs' rihed to secure the
payment of seven protnlsory totes for the r itu of
one thousand ilmm dollars each and iiavab.ere
spec'ively ill four Hi live i.'l ix lOi seven 'iT'eidit
' t.iLe e') aiel teu iloi years frnra date, with inter
e-t ut the rite of ten per cent per annum, pavable
mi annually Irons date and wherea live ( of said
i- - ure now due and unpaid w ,th interest on
- .... from the -b of Slay A.I) i ! this date.
Ai.d whereas the li ;:al bolder of saiii notes has
'ailed upon the undersivmeii to fell -he premises
h"ieii.al;er dt "tribvO to satisfy a:d LOtee and inter-
Now theffire in pursuance of the terra of
..Id Heed of Ti t t'.e iiiiders;y:ied will,
NTiIL'l:IiAYTIIE iTII HAY OFsEi'TEMCEI!.
A. L. Irly.
h; ".veen th- ho-.i- of ten (10) o'clock A. M., and
;'' lock !'. SI. of ald dny. ou the premises herein-nf--r
'li - ri"- (t in the ci'ty ot Cairo. Ills., prmc d
to -t-,. a: j.r.'olic vendue to the highest bidiier lor
'-' the looowini' uesenbed Ileal i.state. lo-wit:
he's iriniher nine listen ( Ho eleven 111! twelve 1 1
ni.ii thirteen (Hi) in Monk number sixteen r.t) in
il.c first addition to the city of rsiro. Illinois, as
p'fttt-d !.y the Tr'istees of Cairo Ci'v I'ropcrtv.
;taat-5 1" the County of Ah'Ximder. I'd'noU. and
n'l :!.e richts and eiiunv of redemption of the snal
Wiiiiam V. Thornloii and Mania SI. Thornton his
v. ite. o.eir heirs, exei utoi-. ailiniinstri.tors, and as
Il'i.s therein, to satisfy said trr.st ia.i.1 all tot uh'.
VXpeLses Ol t X I CI. I 'ti '2 'il'.' -a II.i'
1! K. MAIISIIALL, Trv.-'.eo.
Sj'riii.-:.",!. Il's.. -Inlv 'Mb. lsW
Kid lie) -Wort
The (inly Known lieriiedy
THAT ACTS AT THE SASIK TIME ( iN
and the KIDNEYS,
'."li s c im'ilneil action Khvs it wonderful power
to care .to u. senses.
Why ake ave Sick?
T!ccn!e. we allow these treat organs to become
cloifed or torpid, and poi-onous buinor are there
lore fnieed lino the lilood that shouid be expelled
U1LI.IOCSXKSS. I'lLKH. CONSTIPATION',
K1DNKY cosi PLAINTS. VllINAKY DIS
KASKs. KKMALK WHAKNK-SKS
AND NKllVuL'S LlsUKUEItS,
by fntislnir fr.'i' ai tlon of thes-j nritiins and restor
Ins! their (tivne,tb and power to throw off disease.
Why Suil'er HiUiiins pains and aches?
Why bo tormented with Piles mid Constipation?
Why frightened over disordered Kidneys?
Why endure netvmis headaches and sleepless
fsc KIDNEY-WORT and rejoice In Health.
It Is a dry, vegetable compound and
One puckitjri' will make six quints of .Medicine,
(let it of your Drtizirist, he will order It for you.
WELLS, RICHARDSON tV. CO., Proprietors.
'!, IbirliiiL'tun. Vt.
Flil'lT TREKS, LTC.
Ad immense stuck nf forest Trees and Fver
preen Secdlues. Shrubs. I' rult Trees, nuti situll
Fruits, that will be sold i In ,e ami i i.cki dlbetter
than lit any other place o'j the Atnerieati n 1 1 utt u
Address, ''. I'iNNKV, '
Ml'iVeou Lay , Wis.
TAMES MEYER, Jit's
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The Most KflMive, Powerful and Cheapest
Disinfectant and Deodorizer
Destroys mid Neutralizes the Most Offensive Odors ;.nd I'.isoni us (Iuhs, nriidig
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ARRESTS AND PREVENTS CONTAdlON.
And is Unrivalled for the Dressing of Ollensive Woumls.
f.'oinpimmli'd from Mi't.ilio fcalts Zinc, ( ir ami Jl.uyta Hi: It,. mine
By JAMES MEYER, Jr., Manufacturer in the U. S.
SLX VWAIIS SKVElIrr TNSTS.
J. M. VAN DEC TUFF, I'residtnt of the II oward Afs(icii,t:i ti, Ni.w OiO.m.s, Jv,v
10th, writes: "The UiiMjiuiN lias l.mcn fully tested by the members f this A.-o, iotie-i
during the last epidemic, and it is their general opinion tln.t it is the best piepi.rati. n l
the kind that ha." ever been offered to the public.
"I theref.ire co-tsider it my duty to recon,ii,c!i 1 i!s te, i.ot a! re dnrir . pict i; m
but as an article that should be k.-pt in every vcll-retjulated hmiM-liold." "
.... . . , , Nf-w .'ui.ks, .Novimb-r llitli, ls",x.
Jlavir.g fi.-c.y Usui the (.im.wN Disi.sku'iant in inv jTivan- practice :.;.d b r tie
How.ird As.-oen.tion. duiin- the p,.st i-j.id.-mic in this citv, I inn testify to it, , ;... iS
a disir.fet tart und .k-o.lor.z..T. In my opini,,u it is with, ut an c.,is;i!M
MONTtioMKKY I'KmvX. M I).
i'llU'E oOets for (uart fi.d!
wliich it may be applied.
Wc are authorized SjiecinI
MAI 4 A
Hingstons Poison Fly Plate
AT UARCLAY BKOTIIKHS,
Will kill more Hies in less time than any other ever
oilered to the public
LIFE ASSDRASCK SOCIETY
ASSETS, Janvarv 1, Ib'.X
CSo i'i -nil-.ni Not.
SURPLUS over Seven Million Duiii.rs.
The Most iniiort;.nt qu-stion f,,r tho'.e lr.surirg their lives is "WHICH COM
PANY IS STRONGEST''
The strongi st .'ompany is the cne which has the most dollars of wi.ll l.wtsTKi)
AStLTS FOR EVEl'.V DOLLAR OK LIA tlLITILS.
Of the seventeen largest Life Insurance Companies of the United St..tes, the rt.li
of assets (excluding premium notes) to liabilities,' the Equitable is largest, beiu; lil.OO
The second largest is 111). 77, and the third largest 1 17.32.
terT'hcsc figures are from the official report of the New York Insurfmce Depart
ment, June 1, 1878.
Grow more popular every day, and ure made a specialty.
Call aiid j-tt pMi.pl.lit givii.i: the v:.ri u i.mh
Kxrluvivo .tents, Cairo, Illim.k
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Agents for the priiiuii-tins.
Cok. Iwelftii Stueet,