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OFFICIAL FAFEK OF ALEXANDER COtHTY.
K. A. tttirnett,
'Democracy la a aeuiimont not to be appa'.led.
corrupted or compromised. It knows do bis me,
cowers to no danger, oppresses no weakness. Fear
Iis, Rcnerons nd humtiie, it rebi;ke the arrogant.
chcrltbcB honor, and f vmpathbes with the btirable
It aU notliiun but what it concedes; it concedes
nothing but what it demands. Destructive only of
defpotim, it it the nole ennservntivo of liberty, la
bor and property. It is tho sentiment of freedom,
of equal obligations. It is tho law of nature per
vadingtbe law of the laud, The fctupid, the ce!
flsh, the base iu spirit may denounce it as a vulgar
thing; but in the history of our race the Demo
cratic principle has developed and illustrated the
hlthest moral and intellectual nttribtites of our
nature. Yes, this is a noble, magnanimous, u tub
lime sentiment, which expands our affections, en
larges the circle of O'jr sympathies and elevates the
oul of man until, claiming an equality with the
best, he rejects as unworthy of Ins dignity any po
litical immunities over the humblest of his fellows.
Yes, It is au ennobling principle; and may thnt
uplrlt whlrh animated onr fathers In the Revolution
ary contest for its establishment continue to ani
mate us, their sons, In tho impending struggle for
its preservation." WILLIAM ALLEN
IIy an article published elsewhere it is
slinwn that Secretary Sherman evidently has
a purpose to provide fat places for every
living cx rebel that did guerrilla service
under Mosby. Tho list given will be a sur
prise to honest Republicans who have been
howling about the favors bestowed on
"Foil a kicking horse till an old sack
with hay and suspend it from tho loft by
means of a rope, in such a manner that the
horse will be able to kick it every time it
swings against him. Let him kick until he
stops of his own accord, and you will have
uo more troublo in that way." If the
suggestion embodied in the quotation is
valuable, credit must bo given to the editor
of tho Sparta Plaindealer, who evidently
forgot to add that if tho kicker be a mule,
put scrap iron and broken rock iu the sack,
or suspend an anvil.
fy-XRETAUY Siieumas's dealings with the
First National bank of New York were
exposed and denounced by the New York
Sun as most rascally, many mouths ago. 1 1
was then shown how the government was be
ing swindled out of interest as it accumu
lated, upon no less than forty millions of
dollars ot bonds that wero lying in the
vaults of tho bank, while the government
vaults hold nothing in lieu of them. Now
it is given out that tho government is hav
ing trouble in electing settlements with
tho Dank of Commerce of New York, that
owes for $2,900,000 of the four per cents,
aud with, tho First National bank that
owes tho enormous sum of if 30,000,000 ! 1 1
i so apparent that Sherman has been guilty
of collusion with these banks for tho pur
pose of increasing his own millions, that
the matter demands a searching and rigid
investigation at tho hands of Congress.
Tiik contest in Ohio is waxing exceed
ingly wurm. Tens of thousands of dollars
of Republican corruption money, extorted
from government officials and employs,
mo being expended; the bi'e-t guns of
the Republican party are bciehiiix th-ir
blooil find thunder Tr.nn m-ry n imp, mi-I
all tin mean that ingeuiovia and iiu,ep.i1M.
loiw in;n ca;i devisu are being employed t .
secure a Republican majority. The I);-m.-crats
bftvo no money, and rely for kikco
. upoo thfl TightenutiieM of their ciuue. Kw
Ing Is making a brilliunt cunv.iss. His
campaign speeches um models. Rod show
' liiour author to be one y f the bluest brained
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST
men of our times. Tho tncetings arc largo
and enthusiastic; and although money is
power in political campaigns that seldom
yields to either truth or right, yet the hotter
informed Democrats of the State, with tho
cntiro Democratic press, regard the election
of Ewing and Rico and the entire Demo
cratic ticket as a foregone- conclusion.
Down this way we arc not quite so san
guine. Wc regard the signs as hopeful, but
arc not of thoso who believe that the elec
tion of Ewing is assured.
Ainioixiii Dennis Kearney has been de
nounced by half of tho newspapers ot the
country as a toul-moutlied, ignorant blath
erskite ; and although his pretenses as a
leader ol the laboring element have been
generally and persistently ridiculed, the
developments iu California within tho week
past, show that his influence over the work
ing classes of' the Pacitic coast, is almost
without limit. AVhen Kalloch, the working
men's candidate for Mayor of San Francis
co, was shot down by De Young, the streets
were filled by a surging, angry mass of hu
man beings, and although the cry of ''on to
tho jail, aud hang tho assassin," swelled in
to a great deafening roar, yet it was hushed,
and thousands of men stood disarmed of all
puipo.se, by the mere suggestion of "we
must wait until Kearney comes; we'll be i
governed by Kearney." No civilized po
tentate that lives to-day exerciser more un
questioned control over his subjects than
Dennis Kearney exercises over the thou
sands of men who are denominated
the riff-raff and bummer clement of the
PaciSc coast. And when he reached San
Francisco, the great mass ot human beings
that thronged the quays aud blocked the
street?, received him with shouts and huz-
zahs that spoke of a confidence in and ad
miration for the man, bestowed upon no
other living American. Had Kearney, at
the moment, given the command to burn
and sack San Francisco, that great city
womu t0-1,; jP a heap of smouldering
ruins. But to the surprise of many and the
gratification of all, "the foul-mouthed,
ignorant blatherskite," advised submission
to tho law, and only required that a num
ber of workingmen be added to the force
of guards about the prisou, as an assurance
that the assassin would not be "spirited
away" iu au effort to defeat the demands
of justice. This request was granted; the
thousands of excited people dispersed,
sought their homes, and a few hours later
the city assumed its wonted aspect. In
view of this Tesult a result that no other
man in America could have brought about,
let no man say that Dennis Kearney is
OUR NEW YORK LETTER.
KURSIA LOoKIMi TO THE Fl'TOtE TKADF.
AND YELLOW FEVER BATTERY (iOsSIP
THE WALKISTS AND WALKING MANIA,
Fro:n our regular correspondent
New Youk, August 2Gth, 1879.
There has been much talk in marine and
commercial circles in regard to the rumored
contract of the Russia Government with
American shipbuilders for a number of
ocean cruisers. A gentleman connected
with a large shipbuilding firm yesterday
remarked thai Mr. II. W. Hunt, who is also
interested in shipbuilding, was recently in
St. Petersburg and hail letters from the
Uiissiiin minister, at Washington. The gen
tleimvn also tiwd that several English
shipbuilders had sent in proposals for the
contract, and if it had been awarded the
American builders it was because the ves
sels we build combine speed and strength.
Not only are our shipbuilders and ma
chinists greatly exercised about the report
ed contracts for the construction ot Russian
cruisers iu American shipyards, but rumors
are living thick concerning one or more
magnificent steel steamers, said to be in
contemplation for the navigation of the
Ilutisim river between New lorkand Al
bany. The only fact definitely known, and
about which there is no concealment, is
that Messrs. Fletcher & Harrison on West
street, this city, are at work on the engines
for a large steamer. They refrain however
from giving any diimnsions or other par
ticulars. More will be given iu a few days
A prominent railway official, who was ques-
tionert on the subject, remarked that "there
will be a big item for you in a tew days."
lie added that two steamers would be
milt, and perhaps four, and his impression
was that they would run to Albany.
The way in which trade in New York has
been and is likely to be affected this fall
by the recent epidemic in the southwest has
been made the subject of inquiry, A repre
sentativo here of a large house in the gro
cery trade said this morning that the firm
with which lie was connected had virtually
given up business with Memphis, and also
with a large section of country around it
Luru:g i lie past summer orders Had oeen
received from responsible tradesmen in that
city, bet hud not been filled, because there
c i'Hd be no : rt iinty of the goods reaching
t fir d Hirarion within five or six months.
Tr. f a ... rn !?f,i...rh the goods would bo
at l . l si ,i not be likely to pay
f .," si. "v, .;.;( 'ivyUd been received, and it
r: irdpf.MiMf: fr him to be stricken
dvwn Ix-for'! he could obtrin his purchases,
much li-on pity for them.
In ReHiry place Hclcty gossip is gener
ally limb.d to brawals unit wrangles be
tween boarding-house keepers and tho gay
Dick Swivclers, who are professionally op
posed to throwing away money paying
bills when it can bo spent stylishly in buy
ing rum. But tho other day a gay and
handsome barber and a pretty damsel of
sixteen planned out a nico little romance In
a new lino of business. Tho girl is tho
daughter of Tom Calahau a bar-keeper;
and as the young lady grew in discretion
and beauty shu came to hate tho odor of
villainous whiskyand sighed for tho incense
of roses, which not having at hand, she
prospected for other perfumes, and found
them just around the corner at a sign of a
striped pole. Whether spread -eagle patriot
ism made the stripes thejsymbol of razor and
scissors is more than any one can tell; but
that pole infatuated Katie Callahan, until
her anxious parent, inquiring iuto the cause,
discovered that there was a violent case of
a nice young man, who appeared In the
person of a twciity-year-old barber, Geo. Pol
letroan, son of the proprietor of the striped
pole. Him Tom Callaghan interviewed
in a most Hibernian manner, savin''.
Begorra, but I'll smash a decanter wid the
head of ye if ye don't be after loving my
gal, Kathleen." Cut truly has it been said
that "Love laughs at bars;" aud no sooner
did the amorous barber perceive the dan
ger of his affair, than he swore to carry out
his design. Tho romantic damsel was
nothing loth, and seizing the first oppor
tunity, skipped for Brooklyn, with no other
tiosseau than what Kathleen had on Tom
Callahan came in hot pursuit with a
bludgeon of the shillalah peruasion, and
arrived at the steps of the Catholic church
just as Bishop Laughhn was tying the
hymeneal kuot. Dishuman-like, he waited
until the ceremony was finished then wal
luped the bridegroom, and, iu answer to
the tears of the bride, said, "It's all right,
me darlin', ye are both forgiven, and after
all Georgie is a good boy, but I promised
the old woman that I'd whop him, audit
had to by done." And they all vent home
Weston will arrive by thejsteaii'.ship
Nevada, of the Williams au Onion line
about next Tuesday and the gre t interna
tional walk ior the Ashley belt will t:.ke
place in the Madison Square Gar-ien, Mon
day, 22d of September. Shou! any in
junction or trouble rise by opposing parties
to prevent the match beginning on )iat date
tho walk will not be postponed ;;t will
take place either at the American Institute
Kink or in Brooklyn. The entrs will
close to-day in Loudon, and, while ey are
numerous on this side of the water, the
English trio, consisting of Powell. Brown
and Hazel, is a formidable one. It pos
sible that Sir John Ashley may be d'nposed
to cross the Atlantic on tkis ocasion.'as be
takes deep interest in Powell and Wtston,
both of whom have succeeded in earn ing
off the belt with the best pedestrian records.
The large number of tourists who went
abroad early in the season, arc now return
ing. Il;e Mam, from Lreuien. brought
nearly 200 saloon passengers, and the lists
all in-coming steamers are proportion-
ably large. The arrivals are far in excess
of the departures. Five steamers sailed
for Europe Saturday, carrying good cargoes
of freight, but the passenger lists were
THOSE BAD BRIGADIERS.
Through their newspapers and from the
rostrum Republican editors and orators
have bitterly and persistently denounced
the "Confederate Brigadiers for giving of
ficial positions to ex-rebel soldiers. Before
these gentlemen expend all their vituper
ative ammunition it would be well for
them to explain why their Secretary of the
Treasury, who is inaugurating a Presiden
tial boom, has appointed the following
named "red handers" to positions that
ought to have been filled by Unionist
Let us have the explanation, or lbr very
shame, let the hurling of dornicks at the
crystal cots of the Brigadier.-:, be stopped
at once. Here is the roster ;
General Withers was a confederate sold
ier. He served through the war. He is a
brother ot Senator iVithers, of Virginia. He
was appointed a first-class clerk in tho reg
ister't office of the treasury by John Sher
man, on the recommendation of Gen. Sher
man, whose classmate he was at West Point.
Col. Hathaway, of tho Norfolk Day Book,
was appointed in July by Secretary Slier
man, inspector of Customs at Norfolk, vice
Inspector Phelps. Hathaway advocated
making bridges of the bodies of Union men
in 1801 in his paper, and was a rampant se
cessionist until he recently began the advo
cacy of Sherman for the Presidency h his
paper. Phelps is an original union nun, a
presiding elder of the Methodist church
and being too old for the army cared for
tho faiilies of union refugees.
John S. Mosby, the notorious guerilla, is
consul general to China on the recommen
dation of John Sherman and James A.
Garfield, vice Wells, an ex-union soldier.
Stephen P. Bailey was a major of jrlH.r.
illas under Mosby. The Washington I!e
publican. in the war chronicles of July 2 J(
says: "July 24. 1802. Eighty men f tho
Ninth Virginia Infantry were supiisod and
captured at Sununerville, Va., by a superior
force of rebel cavalry under Maj. Bailey."
Maj. Bailey is an inspector of tobacco at
Petersburg, Virginia, at a salary of if l,r,oo,
under Secretary Sherman. '
Robert P. Bailey, son of the Major also
a Mosby uuerlllu, is ussistant inspector of
Ml lacco in the second irginia district, at a
salary of about ijt;j,m.i0.
n.Clay Bailey, also ason of the Major,
llllil 11 Mosby glletilla, is deputy en.lectoV of
internal revenue for the sixth Yjrgjnm
district, under Secretary Sherman.
Simpson P. Italley.nlso asoit of the Major
and a Mosby guerilla, is n sub consul ut
Palermo, Sicily, at a hundsonw salary
J. W. Chapman, also a Mosby pinilla
was mail agont, but is now special agent of
tho Treasury, under Secretary Sherman.
J, H. Rives, captain of artillery in tho
rebel unny, is collector ot internal revenue
of tho fifth Virginia district, and has thirty
subordinates. Excepting threo of these,
Rives an! his whole force ore Southern
Edward W. Massey, an e.-5Iosby gm-r-rilla,
is inspector of custom at Fortress
Monroe, Va. Theodore Neelligar, who
served through tho war in tho New York
Burgess Ritlo corps, was discharged to
make room for him.
In July a widow bidy named Barnes,
the daughter of staunch Union man
named l'jllard, iu Virginia, who was shot
down incold-b'.ood on his own door step,
in the presence of his family, by Mosby's
gurillas, applied to the treasury department
for a position, having the names of four
teen members of Congress on her papen
endowing her ability und respectability,
but Mrs. Barnes not being able to organize
for Sherman, was unsuccessful, while the
department was overrun with the proteges
of Confederate members.
Tic wife, daughter, and son-in-law of
Yerger, the ox-rebel who assassinated Col.
CraiH', of Dayton, Ohio, of the I'm ted
Stabs Army, at Jackson, Miss., in lSiifl,
are all in the department here.
An AtTiiouiTY on Black Eyks. Harry
Hill, the famous "Sport," is stdd to know
more about black eyes than the brightest
brunette in America. He has given and
taken thousands in his time, and he says
that tlii! only thing which will remove
them within twelve hours is Giles' Liniment
Iodide Amonia. Giles1 Pills cures Con
stipation. Sold by all druggists. Send
for pamphlet. Dr. Giles, 12MVM Broad-
way.N. Y. Trial
size 25 cents. Sold by
If vu' want to be well in spite of your
self use Kidney-Wort. Cures Kidney dis
eases like a charm.
ATI' A C II M EN r NOTICE
1'ubji.' aot.ee N hereby slven t E. Kooks tl.:.t on
the lidi lv ot Mav. ls'.ti. C. K. nodwaro s'.ed out
ot the circuit Oeirt of Alexander count v, llitnoi.
a vriiif Htiai-hnieiit ugtiiiist 'be ''Mute of E. Kooks
for .)f:.iio. returnable; ou the third Monday "i Set
temH.r, Is'a. to a lerni of said court then to be
holdel in the city ol Cairo, in said canity and
tale. Milch writ" of a'tie hnu-iit bus been 'levied
upon t lot of luen hnaili-o. Now. unless E. Kooks
shall liipenr. Live hail and plead williiu the time
iitnitifl tm his niiiieanmce la sueii ct-e, iiid-jmeiit
will In- emend and the estate so mtuelied
will W sold JOHN A KEKVE
CaiKi, Li.. AugtHt I'.li. 1K:. nrctitt Clerk
nutiee is herein- 'iveu to Herman Levy
that bu the 1Mb. dav ofJulv.'A. D. K!'. Henrv
Wei sued out of the circuit curt ol Alexander
count v. Illinois, a writ of attachment iieniiist the
estate of the said Herman Lew. lm S W in. return
ablenti the third .Monday of September. lsTW. to a
term of said court then to be hoiden in the city of
Cairo, iu saic county and state, which writ ol at
tachlli' 111 bus been levied upon lot -Jl, block ST. ill
saiucitvot Cairo, .now. unless the sua Herman
Lev; shall appear, five ball and plead w::hin tie
tiini) limited lor his appearance iu such cu-e. iu.u
meat will be-eufred ami the e-tnte so attached
willbesold. JOHN A. KKEVE.
Uiro, 111., Auyint 4th, 1ST". Circuit Clerk.
SjtATSoB Illinois. i circuit ronrt of Alexander
Cocnty or Allxanm.!;, j county, ScptcuiiH r term.
A. O. IS,M.
'.Villinr.i Tweed I'urker "1
Elisabeth Linker. William ou Mil f. r partition.
Linker. Uvas K. I'arker. .lode ,
rarte', Kohert II. I UUIiliij;. i
uarn.Llzzic K. Hughe J
ArTlavitof the lion residence of Elizabeth"!. inker
Willtun Linker. lJvas F. I'arker. of the the cieleml-
ant hove namedhaving been riled in the ollicc of
tiie oerK or sale! circuit court ol Alexander county,
notie is hereby iriveu to the said nun-resident de
fetuliits. that the complainant has Hied his bill of
conipaint in said court on the chancery side thereof
on iu Hitn uav oi J my. A. l. is, J. .Now. tl.eretiire,
unlet yon. the said Elizabeth Linker. William
Liuk-r, Iiyas P. I'arker shall personally be and ap
pear before the said circuit court of Alexander
couiy on the first day of the next term thereof, to
hen Men at the court house in the city of Cairo,
in sid county, on the 15th day of September. A. 1).
IsTX.mil plead, answer or demur to the said com
plaiiml's hill of complaint, the same and the mat
ters nd tliiiu.'s therein charged aud stated, will he
t.ike a confessed, ami a decree entered against
you rxordiugto the prnver of said hill.
JOHN A. REEVE. Clink.
Oi'.FH tt On.HKiiT. Complainant s Solicitors,
S brea ('hriutlfui ltntoiv nnd 1'rsnln V Unmiv
by th.rtru-t deed bearing date the l it h (lav of
April . I), lie,.',, and dmv recorded in the record
er nil a of Alexander county, Illinois. In book tl nf
ueeiis u pages ami h. urn grant, narg.il n ami
selitiilieioidersigne.il Iliirai u Wardner. In trust
lorthuscs and purposes therein expressed, the
f- ilo'ig described real etaie, to-wli : Lot num
bered oe (I - in bhiek numbered twenty six (gui, in
the elt ol l a'.ro. county of Alexander and slate of
liiiiiot, to secure the iiuyineui of a
(ertai proinloiiy note lor the sum of
ll-.v hoiii-and dollars itMi) of even
date th said deed, piiyah'.e three years after tin
d.ite tereiif. to lloiac-; Wardner as gniirdiiili for
Nina orgeijMin, a minor, or order with Interest
ft i mi itc at die rale of tell per cent per annum - in
! i-i-si imyublc seinl-niiinially : and whereas, the
iriiici! of said note, amounting to rive thou-uml
dollars and the sum of two hundred and sixtv
three ad Hi-lno dollars Interest thereon, is due At
the (nit of this notice ami unpaid, mid wherea.
the hel.i r of siiid note has called upon the under
signed I, M.u the said premises in satisfy the said
'l"i'i dul inli-ie-l. together with the costs ntti-ul-Ing
.'In excel, linn of Mild trust. Now then-fine,
hv virile ,il the power given me liv said deed oi
trust. hi.I In pursuance w ith the provisions there
of, 1 v.ifi on
H!ll)AY TIIE lfitii DAY of SKl'TE.MIJEK
at th hour if ;1 o'clock, p. in . of said duv. at the
courtjidu-e iloor. in the city of Cairo, in thi-county
of Alixai, ier. state of Illinois, proceed in sell, by
public vendue, in the highest bidder for rush, sah'l
lot iim'iiend one tl ) In block hiiiuIk :ed twenty
six i .4 1. In the city of Cairo, county of Alexander
and stnteof llltiinls. together w ith itll right of n
deuiption and homestead exemption of the said
( liristiuii llaiiny atul I'rsala V. llaiiny Tin pur
chaser will be entitled to a deed.
Piled August is, 1H7M.
1IOKACE WAKDNEH, Trustee.
8iiiuel I', Wheeler attv. fur trustee.
rVItEKEAa. William W. Thornton and Martha
M.' TKirnioit, by their certain Trust Jhed dated
Mliy Cie '.'.111, A. 1. Ihirt'nnd recorded in the Uecord
c olllce la Alexander County. In Hook "V." I-'n-o
4sl, Kami. 1 did convey to the undersigned a Triistcu
llu pii'iilses hereinafter described to secuni lhe
plvmetitof seven prnmlsory notcn for the sum of
ou timpano (ldooulollarH each and payablu re
Bioc.'iviry In fourU) llvu (5) six till seven (' ) eight
(tl) ulnel'O and ten (10) year from date, with inter
ct at to rate of ten per cent per annum, payable,
m iiil-aiivially liom date and whereas live (ft) of said
note ailiiow duo and unpaid with interest on
fiunu fri the UMh of May A.I). luTI to this date
And wlfeas tho legal holder of said note has
called iHm thu undersigned to sell the premise
lieruiui! ,iri,iiui;u u suuniy saiu uoics ami 1 11 tl r-
Now loreforo In pursuance- of the teriim of
ttdin ill 'I 'h. i aj t I lift . m I . . 1 . . . .1 ...Ml
muu uiiPi urn uiiui'riiKuiiu win,
i A. I). 1HTII.
hutweenje hour of ten (10) o'clock A.M., and fl
o'clock 1W. of said day, on tho premise herein
niter doMbed In the city ol Cairo, 111".., proceed
to null atubllc vemlliu to Ihu highest bidder for
cash. tho)llowlnu described Ileal Estate, to-wit-
l.otri iitlbur nine (lot en (lO)olcven (in twelve (1")
and ihlrtm (HI) In block number sixteen (lni in
the llrst (Jill loij i to tho city of Cairo, Illinois, u
iilalled libit Trustees of Cairo cpy I'rotM-rt.v
situated I the County of Alexander, Illinois, ami
nil the rtitn and iiiltv of redemption r thu siiid
William . Thornton ami Martha SI . Tliornton hi
wife, Iholielrs, execiitors. administrators, und as
sign tlwln. to satisfy 'Haiti trust umi all cost und
pxpiiuneif executing thcsiiiiK..
I H-MAKSII ALL, Trustee
pprluiild, III.. July tith. l6;i). l"'n"'Ue'
JAMES MEYER, Jn's
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Disinfectant and Deodorizer
Destroys find Neutralizes the Most Offensive Odors and lVin nous Cases, nrisiiiL'
from Iinperfect Sewerage or any other Source of Infection.
ARRESTS AND PREVENTS CONTAGION.
And is Unrivalled for the Dressing of Offensive Wouii.'ls.
..'omj,ouml,.ll from Mi'talic sjoltsj, Xinc, c,,,,.r IUK JJ:tryUl 1(: ,..
liy JAMES MEYEK, Jr., Sole Manufacturer in the U.S.
SIX YEA.KS SKVKRKST rJ;STS.
during., ,t epidemic, and it istheir s,;, .li'hM1! "!s 'tl-Z'Z
the kind that has ever been offered to tin; public ' 1
"I tlierefore consider it n.y duty to recunmiend its use, not alono '-durinc (inVen v
but as an article that should be kept in every well-regulated household." '
,.tr ,; I- . i , .. , N'KW "m.KANH, November l!ith. :',
Ihunu lively used .he .ih...,in Disinkutant in n:y private practice and I Vw
bnv ird AsMH'.at,o, , unn, .he past epid, n.ie in this city. 1 can testify , ' , e .s '
a disinfectant and deodorizer. In my opinion it is without an Hpial."
MONTtiuMEKY YAWS. M. I).
riilCE oOets for Quart Dottle. Call and
which it may be applied.
AVe are authorized Special
TTAT ( A
Hingstons Poison Fly Plate
AT BARCLAY BROTHERS,'
Will kill more flies in less time than any cither jioixai ever
ottered to the public.
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
120 Broad wav.
ASSETS, JAMV.y j, iSio.
(No I'ri ir.iin,
.SUKl'LUS over Seven Million IXh.
Tin; Mm-t iinjMirtunt questinn
PANY IS STRONGEST?''
The Ktronircst company in the one which
ASSICTS KOH LVLIty DOLLAU OK LIAlllLITlKS.
Of the seventeen largest Life Insurance
ol assets (excluding premium nob s) to liabilities, the Equitable is largest, being 121.09
The .second largest is 119.77, and the third
t-iTThese figures are from the official
uieut, June 1, 1878.
Grow more popular every day, and are made a specialty.
Washington Avenue, Cor. Twelfth Street,
et lKllnnhii t "ivii i' !.,. v, tl,, n. ,.u ...
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Exclusive Agents, Cairo, Illinois.
Agents for the propm-tnis.
those m.ur!iij their lives is "WHICH COM-
has the most DoLLAUS of well i.NVLtTKD
Companies of the United States, the mti
report of the New York Insurance Dcnart-
.ro r, I Ol KS
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