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Coapb. Bronchitis and Consumption.
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OaKIjISU STATIOM, KT
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State of Initio's. Alexander connty a.
Jacob Riggie. administrator ol the t sute of W!l.
liamM. Atlierton, deceased, vs. Julia Alberton,
franci 0. Athcrton. John Godwin, Joseph dot
win hranc Youri:, Smith Votinir. Ellen Young,
Riixa M. Feeler, Hugh F. Craig, Tbomt J . Craig,
Maria J.Rlgg'.r. Llbahcin Wicker. Prance M.,
JlcMkiah M . Rebecca J., Lu'.n J. and Vim. J.
Atberum and other.
Affidavit of tb non-residence of John Godwin,
Joseph Goowin. Frances Young, Smith Young,
Ellen Young and EiUa M. Feeler, defendant
above tamed . ba vin jt been tied In the office of the
c.erk of the connty court of Alexander county no
Uce it hereby given to the said J.ibn Godwin. Jo
seph Godwin. France Young. Smith Voting. El
len Young and Eliza M. Feeler that the raid plain
tiff, admin latiator of the etate of William M. Atb
erton, deceased, has filed hi petition in tbe said
connty court of A.exander county for an order to
tell tbe premise belong to tbe estate of raid de
ceased, or o much of it as may be needed to pay
tbe debt of aid deceased, and described a fol
The bwd of S , T 16. S R 1 weat ; n w w of
8 41.T ill. S K- weet ; n e n e of S T 15, SKI
weat; the undivided , of the e n e. S 'it. T l.V S
R i went; ana tbe undivided one-fourth of the fol
lowing described tract of land e H n w , B '.M,
T 16. 8 R i west : n e w of 41. T Iti 8 R i west;
a w e of S -.'1, T l, S K 2 west ; s e e of M t5. T
16. 8 Hi weft: all lu Alexander conity. Illinol;
and tbe follow mi described lot In Iindt;e Fark in
said Alexander county: lots No. 2. 4 and In
block S: lotT. block 4; lot Nos.i.4 and in block
.; lot No, li. 4nrt tin block 6: low No, a and
10 is block 7: lot No. 4 and 8 In block 8; lot S.
bioci It: lots No. 8,S. 7 and lu block 15; lot 6
block Iti; lots Nos. 1. 3 and in block 17; lot 6
block lt: lot 1 block If; lot H block an lot Noa.
1. a, S and 7, block -.'1 ; lots No. 4 and 6 in block ti:
lot No. 1. fi and 7 in block ii; lots Nos. t. 4 and
6 in block -.'4 and lot 10 in block 1'i; and that a
summons ba been 'ssued ont of Ibis court aeaintt
yon, retnrnablu at the June term. A, I). lf-. of
said court to be bolden on the third Monday ol
June. A.I. lt0, at the court bouie in Cairo in
Alexander county. Illinois .
Now. tinlea yon, the said John Godwin. Joseph
Godwin, France Yuir.g, Smith Youne, Ellen
Young and Eilza M. Feeler, shall peron
ally oe and utipear before said -,ountv
court of Alexanuer county, on the firi
day of the said Jtue term thereof, to he bold
en at Cairo, in said conntv on the third Mon
Monday of June lwo. and plead, answerer demur
to tue said complainant's petition, filed ther-ln
the same and thti matters and things therein
charged and statol ! 1 be taken as confessed,
and a decree entered against yon according to the
praver of said bill.
SAM'LJ. HL'MM, Clerk.
Cairo, Ills., May lltb. 1-sfcO.
It 1 tbe be', blond porifler, and etlmulaies.
every innction to more neauwui action, ana l-
thue a benehl In all diseases.
In eliminating the Impurities of the blood, the
natural anil necessary result Is tha cure of Scrol
Ions and other Skin Eruptions and Diseases, In
cludiug Cancer, l lcerated and other (ores.
Dyspepsia, Weakness of the Stomach, Constl
pation, Dirziness.General Debility, etc. are enrth
by the Safe Hitters. It is nneijumled as as appr
tlr.er and rcmilartonlc.
Ill a medicine which should be In every fam
ily, and which, wherever used, will save the pay
ment of manv doctors' bills.
Bottle of two sixes; price, M) cents and $1
Remedies are sold
by Dimnffists and
Dealers in Medi
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THE DAHiY BULLETIN.
THE HEAL AND COUNTERFEIT.
WHAT A CHEAT XKWHI'APEH HAS TO MAY OK
TnE "ARSF.HKME.NT" LIFE- INrtLllANCE DIJ
LLSION. Tho New York Times, in its rcgulnr do
inrtmcnt of "Answers to Corrcspondi-ntu,"
replica to a seeker for infornirttion as fol
J. Stephens. Aro co-operative life in
surance societies safe, and is the system one.
which will guarantee my family obtaining
benefits in case of death? Does the plan
compare favorably with regular life insur
ance? Answer. We will make the answer to
this correspondent cover tho inquiries of
several other subscribers.
If you contemplate dying early, a co-operative
society may suit you, and for tins
If 1,000 people "co-operate," and agree
to pay $1 when any rino member dies, the
one who dies tirat would have 09!) to come.
If you contemplate outliving the ii'JO
other members (and somebody must do so),
co-operation is not the system for you, be
cause, in that case, having contributed your
dollars for the 099, it would only remain
for you to put your own dollar and- die.
Of course the 999, being dead, could not
put up their dollars.
The assumption is, that, when one mem
ber dies, another will step in and take lus
This is an assumption. If it be the case
if new lives come in, and if all the mem
bers pay up then you may get uncertain
but certainly expensive insurance.
The difference between co-operative and
recular life insurance is at once seen.
Life insurance, as carried on by the reg
ular companies, is a science, and is con
ducted on a perkr.t and unassailable sys
tem, liy this system of "reserve" tunds, if
there be 1,000 people insured for $1,000
each, when the last man dies there is a re
serve of f 1,000 to meet his policy claim.
There have been many speculative life
insurance companies that have failed
about tweutv-three since life insurance
has been known in this country. ,
Within twenty years, over five hundred
co-operative life companies have failed.
They were, for the most part, conduct hon
estly, thrived for a few years, and col
lapsed. Any mathematician can, in a few
minutes, show that that this end mutt come
to every co-operative company.
Those who died quickly in these gaieties
made a hit; those who held on were out of
pocket and minus insurance.
One advantage of co-operation is, per
haps, that, when one of these societies ex
pires, there is no trouble about dispensing
They don't have any funds.
It has been said, as an objection to regu
lar life insurance, that one "has to die" in
order to win."
In co-operation, one has not only to "die
to win," but he must die mighty quickly,
or the society will get ahead of him.
In regard to the cost : Co-operation is
cheaper at the start than regular Jife insur
ance, but, as the members increase in age,
deaths, of course, multiply rapidly, and,
as a man grows o.der, the more he is railed
upon to pay to keep up his insurance.
In this respect, the difference between
life insurance and co-operation is this:
In a life insurance comranv the pre
miums decrease each year: and, if you live
to be very old, and do not draw your divi
dends, you Iiave absolutely nothing to pay
ior your insurance.
In a eo-operative society, your payments
increase each year; and, if you live to Ie
very old, the immense number of deaths
will make insurance cost certainly one-half,
and perhaps two-thirds, more than in a life
The importance of dying early, if you
desire to get the benefits, is therefore clear
Treasurers of these societies have been
known to collect one round t if 1, and then
The People's Widows' society, of Chica
go, came to an end in this way a few weeks
The officers of these societies are not re
sponsible to any one, and are not uniier
We think you would find a first-ckss
life insurance policy much cheaper and
eminently more satisfactory. Wu know,
in the latter, just what you must pay; in a
co-operative society, you can hever know
what the cost will be from week to week.
I!ut still, if you are sickly, and nobody
else will have you, go into a co-operative.
That is the way they get "new blood."
Check the first approach of
rlmematism, and further attacks may be
escaped, if proper precautions against ex
posure are taken, and there be no hereditary
predisposition. Unfortunately, people who
ultimately become chronic sufferers, too of
ten neglect the triflings twigs and premoni
tory stiffness which herald the advent of
this agonizing malady. Among the dis
eases for which Hostter's Hitters has been
found efficacious this is one, and the medi
cine being perfectly safe, it is certainly to
be preferred to dings used lor its cure,
which are frequently useless, and nothing
more nor less than poisonous. The substitu
tion of this pleasant and pure blood depur-
ent tor nieaicmcs inimical to lile in a
slight overdose, is a measure w hich may
fitly be urged upon persons who desire- to
obtain relief safely, or who have failed to
obtain it from tbe numerous pseudo reme
dies for this disease in .he market.
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more nourishing, strengthening, ond puri
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