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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
THE TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
OF THE UNITED STATES, 120 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
HENRY B.HYDE. President.
FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, lo.
AMOI.'MTOP LKIMillR iltxITII, JaO. 1.
Internal mil renin
Net pro ill on inveatmeiita ,
. I li k'W.'.Uti li
I tl.TtH ''7 IKi
Claim by death and matured endow.
, mnti M
Dividend., .urreadcr value., mid au-
liultle i!,Ui.41f) o-I
Dlacounti-d endowment and matured
tontine )io)I'-k 178 '.ti-'l (.l
Total paid policy holder 4,7l,!7 t7
Dlvldcndon cap lul 7,tOlin
Akhiii'Im aud cmumUaloua kil.tlT i
(ieueral ipnr Waj.ftW US
hum, county aud city taxed NS.MH 711
Netcatb aaaett, Due. II. W.
f :v HKi.SH (rj
Itnuda and mortuaue... ...
I n ited Mate ttoctt
Mate ttocta, city .lock., aud ttock
authorized by the law. of the alalo
of New Vork
I.oana terurea by bund, aud Hih Ih.
Ileal eaiata In New fork aod Motion
aod purchased under foreclosure..
Caab on band to bank, and other de
poitorle 00 tulrn'ttaud in tran.lt
v ainco rwelvtd)
D03 fro m agent on a-fount of pre
SIS 421 84
Market value of atocki aud liouda
over coat ......
Intereat aod rent due aud accrued .
I'retnlurn. du-i and In proe of
collection ile premium paid in
Total aaeU, Ic. 41, lssd ) 41.1 ti.m ii
Total llahllitiea including leal re
aerve fur remaurance of all eint
liiK pollciea .. .il.t..lo II
Total undivided aurp!u f H.iH.M -
Of which bulonif. (a. computed) to
uclicleaia general clat . . .M"i,iM -.'I
Of hlcb Moon (a computed to
htcli nelonif (at computed) to
pollcle In toutiue data I..V.
Risks Assumed in li50,:5,17(i.i:o: 00
Risks OiitsUiidin? $177,.V,7,70.i cio
. LOUIS, I. M. it SO. IIY.
r-w WXr MjT'iJ
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
THAINtt tr.klt CAIH,
Arkan.aa atidTeu. Exprc. 11 4"j a ni . Daily
AftfUVK AT CAIIUI,
Eipreaa J:l a m. Daily
Accommodation .IH'p m. Daily
I Ticket office: N'o. hl' jr.
11 II. Mll.fll'HN. Ajent
For all aoldiera dlcahicd In C. S. aerviee, and for
heir of deceased loldlera,
For aoldicra whoe rate of petition l too lo ,
Due all nldiera dlcharged for aounda or other
Injury (not dl'i atei, wbu have failed t receive It.
COPIES OF LOST DISCIIAIUIES
Send to :t-cent .tampa for lilauk and "clrmlar
of Information" to
STODDAUT & CO.,
Holicitort of claim) . Koom R, St. Clond Hulldlng,
WASUINtiTON, D. C.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TUN CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
O. O, PAT1KH & CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth atruetl flll'lt III
Commercial Avunutt V'UUU, ill,
Qt W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
conttanUy ou hana
AtSeveuty-flve ceulu per load.
Af one dollar per load.
Tho 'trlmmlnga"arB coarte aliavltiga and tnako
th beat turn mer wood for cooking purpoaeaat wull
aa the cheapest ever told In Cairo. For black
amlth'i ute In aetting tlrea, they are unequalled.
Leave your order at the Tenth ttroet wood yard
t mm free to ttto.e who with to im
In the nioal pleanant nrf tnaii,ii.
iialne.. ktiourn. lr.....,.i'
f fCaoltalnot reoulred. w. M.Vr
of price, l.W?,li&VA,,A. dy'"l upward it yet'
..... . ....... aV.'l Atavtm, mu... r
frrty an.wer ail miera 01 u,m , ' irom
phltk Addrenaaahore JfmtlM t(. jvijfj."' "w
Ho family alwtdd be without I.TDLA r. PlNlTui"
UVni PHXS. Th.y mire Omutlpatlon, DUlouanaaV"
aodTorpiuiir erineurer. BeanuparDox.
RICHARDSON & CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholeaali" nuetili for LYDIA G, I'INRIIAM'H
V'cKiilal'1' Coin pound.
From the undivided "tirplti. fuveraionarv divi
dends ill tt declared, available on icttlcment of
next annual pivniluiii. o ordinary part clpatlnir
The valuation of the tiollcle utitaianilinir ha.
wen inane on me American experience table
It ;'nl ttatidaro ol tlm male of New York.
1. W. 1'1111,1.11'S,
.1. U. VAN l.lsK.
We. Hie iinderaiu'iied, have, In pcraon. carefully
examined the w t niintH. and counted and flammed
in detail thn at.ct of the toclety, and cortlly that
the foreiromii alatornent thereof la correct.
HKNMNMTON K. ItANDOLl'II,
IAMK.H M HAI.HTKU.
THOMAS A t MMINo,
JIKSKV H.TEKIlfcl L,
JOHN SLOAN K,
Special Cum ml t tee of the Hoard nf Director,
appointed Oct. 27. in), i examine the at.e'a
and ai count at (be rloae of the year.
ItOAKIl 0' MM.KCTOHSI.
HenrvH Hyde. John A. Stewart.
iciri;e u Morgan,
ie.iru T Adee,
Henry A. Iliirliiul.
Henrv y Hpauliling.
William II. Koifg,
illtam A. vt'beeloek,
William O. I.tmlM-rt,
.la no W. Alexander,
Henry (v TertHll
Thotna s. You'ir.
Thoma. A . Cummin.,
Ounlel I). Lord,
.lame. M HaUted,
Kdward W .anih rt.
11. V. Kill iloll.h.
Julin M(t .Be,
A'hhel (tn eu.
Henrv V. Duller.
Oeurce II. Stewart,
John D Junea.
IJohert Lenox Kennedy,
I) njamiii Wllliamaon,
Henry M. Alexander,
K. Ilotidinot Co't,
Thoma A. liiddle,
Oeiirce W. Carleton,
(ivorge li. KoIIouk,
Joae r". Navarro,
John .1. Mcl'n.ik,
Stephen 11. Plillllpa,
Samuel W . Torrey,
Charles O. Landoi,
1 heodure We.ton,
Alviander I. Inui,
T. De Witt Cuyler,
William M. Hllc,
Samuel U. (Jondrlcb .
JAMES V. ALEXANDER. Vice PnVl.
SAMUEL HORICOWE, 21 Vict- IWt.
E. W. Lftmlx rt, M. I) E'lwM Curtis, M. 1).
E. V. N:ntt, .Suj.'rintfii(l(;nt of Agencies.
N"irlli V'fstrn Department.
iw Dearttorti Stnn t, Chicago.
W. N. CRAINE, (JfULTtil Mnag( r.
K. A. UURNETT. Aycnt.
Mynr-N. B. Thiatlewood.
Treanuirr Edward IH wiuta.
Clerk-Dennl.. J. Folev.
t;ounelor- -Wm. B. (ilfhert.
Mar.bal J. H. Kohin.on.
BiAR1l or AUlXRBXH.
Kir.t Ward- M. J llowley. ?tWr Kanp.
Seuiud Ward-David T. Llnecar, Jeaee ninkle.
Third Ward- Egbert Smith. II. K, Wake
Fourth Ward-Cherle O. Patler, Adolph 8wo
Ktlth Ward -T. W. Ilallldav. Erneet B. Pettlt.
Circuit Jui!k-e ). .1, linker.
Circuit Clerk-A. II Irvii,.
t oi.nty Jndr- K S Yorum
Cotintj tier - S.J. Iltinim
( ounty Mtoruey- J M. Damron.
i oi.ntv Tri a-ur.-r- Vile. W. Parker.
MieiirT - John Hodge,
t ornner- It Fitxgeraid.
Couuiy t ommi.alonert-T. W. liallldty, J.
tiibh. nnd amuel llriley.
t in nciiEM.
CVMKOIH IT1ST. -Ti inpera.ro hall on Tenth
Jr-f: preaching tirtand third Hundavt In
car month. 1 a m. ard 7::in o. m : prarer incet
liigThuraday. 7:Hlip. m.: Sunday aehool.' :V a m.
Rev. A J. II ESS, I'aator.
MU'RCH OF THE REDEEM Kti (Epl.copal)
J Fourteentii .treel; hundar Moruing prayer
loKl . m.; evenmu nrayera. T :. p. m.; Sunday
.i hoid a. m. Friday cvenlUB prayer TMt) p. m.
llltST MISSIONARY BAPTIST Cnt'RC'H -I
Pr a. hii,i;at ii:!ia. in., : p. m., and 7:;10 p. m
S.itMialh aihiKd al T:l p. m. . v. T. J. Shore
I L II I KUAN -Thirteenth atreet; w-rvitea Sab
I J hath l:i a. m ; Sunday achmil 2 p m. Rev
MKTIIoniST-for. Eighth and Walnut .treeta;
PreaibltiK Sabbath M:.) a. m. and 7 p.m.:
prayer meetluic. Wedneariay "!M p. m.; Sunday
School, a a.m. Hot Whlttaker, pa.ior.
pKESBYTEHIAN Eighth ttreet: preaching on
I Sabbath at Hum a. m. and 7:ip. m ; prayer
meetlni: Wedne.dav at 7:S'lp. m.; Sunday School
al 3 p. m. Kev. 11. V. (jeorje, pator.
CT .HlSEI'irS-dtotnan Catholic) Corner Croat
O and Walnut treelt; ervlce Saihath 10:!)na.
i. ; Sunday School at 2 p, m. j Vetper A p. m.; ter
f ice every tlay at ti p. m.
CT. PATRICK'S i Human Catholic) Corner Ninth
0 treet and Wahiii((ton avenue: tenrlcot 8ah
OHth B and 111 a. m.; Veapert S p. m.; Sunday School
1 p. m. tervlce. every day at p. m. Hev. MiWU'nwill
QEOlUiE If. LEACH, M. D.,
I'liysiciiin and Sursctui.
Special alteiitlon paid to the tlomeopaihlc treat
ment of tttrulcal diaeatct, and diteatea of women
office: No. in Kitfhth tlrcet, near Commercial
avenue, Cniro, 111.
J)R. K. W. WIIITLOCK,
K?..rh?fmiS- m nmmcrclal Avenue, between
BlKhthand Ninth Strecu
JR. W. C. .I0CELYN,
OFFICE Eliihtli Street, near Commercial Avenue,
Citv Ci.kuk'h Okkii k.
Caiiio, It.i,., March tilth taui i
Pttlillr tiotlte la hereby flven that on Tuuadav
Ilia lmh tlavof Apr
"')'" ."' 1HKll Kni-ral elec-
tlon will In- held fit the city of Cairo.
roiitily. ttitte of I linolt, for tho election
to low lint ninneu oiucera, via, a mavor, l.llv Clurk
City Tniatiirer. City Attorney, Pollco Maiil.trate!
and one Alderman from each of the flvo ward a of
theclty. For the tinrjioto oftiild elucllon poll
will be opened nt the followlni; named placet, vIk
lu (be Kir.t Ward, Ht the Alhetieiini hiilldlnn, n
Contmerclal aveiitic between Slx,h and Seventh
tirwt; In the Herond Ward al the enulne hoit.p
of the llouuh and Heady lire com nan r: In ibu
Third Ward.at the rnplm' houtenf tho lllliern an
fire company; In tlm Fourth Ward, at tho court
hottta: In the Fifth Ward, at the ttorehouau build
inirof JanmH Currnll on thu Hurt h wi'tt corner of
rwenlv elulilh t reel and Cmm1,'rc.,a.' aventi-,
infi"'riioii wtti neoneneo at einni n w m toe
cnpfyndMiuiluiiB open until tevvn o'clock 1
ticket v?" Mto'ciiy runucll .
Heat". D, ,1 . FOLEY", City Clerk.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SUNDAY
rpHE CITY NATIONAL HANK
W. P. HALMDA Y, I're.ldent.
H. I,. UALLIDAY, Vice I'realdent,
TDOlJ. W. II AI.LIDA Y, Caaulur.
. aTAATI TATIX)R. w. t. rlALLIDAT,
Nr t. HALLIUAT, I. H. VUNKINttBAM,
0 nj.IAMIMIH, "Tlruis BIRD,
H. H. OANUIt.
Exchanp, Coin and VnWoi StateH Bonds
BOL'UnT AND BOLD.
Depoaltarecelved and a general tanking bualnear
x . o
2 3 is
YOCUM t HIIODEUICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Wahinton Avenue, Cor.
CAIRO - - ILLS
STOVES AND TINWARE.
gTOVES! STOVES P.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOB WOItK DONE TO OKDEK,
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - Illinois
(JAIRO CITV FERRY CO.
TUP (VP T)rntlim,tri
Ou and after Monday, June 7th, and nntll further
notice the ferryboat will make trip a follow.:
LIAVKt LKAVKt LIAVIt
Foet Fourth it. Miaaonri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
8:00 a.m. R::tn a. m. 9i.ni.
I:fia. m. lti::tna. m. II a. in.
:tm p. ra. 'J::t0 p. m. .1 p m.
4:tWp.m. 1:.p.m. 5;0t)p.m.
2 p m. J:30p.m. 3 p. m
BOOTS AND SHOES
Atlieneuni Bnildinir Coinniercial Av.
"act only tho very Heat Imported Stock and em
ployt Ibe moil competent workmen.
1)RICE REASONABLE and tatlefaction
PROPRIETOR OF SPKOAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
l"CE BY TILE CAR LOAD OR TON.ELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leyee,
MORNING, MARCH 27,
GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.
Joliu II. Ikwlny ami Marietta lluwley
have commence! I auit aninst the Equita
ble Life Assurance Society, claiminj,' it has
miHapprojiriated moueyn, etc., ami a.-king
tliat a receiver be appoiutcil. Unless we
are miiitakeii in our recul lection (if names
tliese are the Hume parties who some rive
years ago commenced the Hume kind of
uit against the company. An investiga
tion aj that time not only allowed that there
was no cause of complaint, but that the
suit was instigated .by a rival company.
If the attempt at that time had ft' y effect
on the company it was to give a new im-K.-tus
to its business, which continued to
increase until it is now. annually, hmr
than any other company in the United
States, and millions of dollars are being
car)y added to its assets, thereby adding
to the security of its policies, all of which
are incontestable after three years.
Rev. Jacob Rradley is out among the
citizens of Cairo with a subscription paper
asking assistance in thu dire calamity
which befell him several days ago in the
burning of his house, furniture and effjcts.
Jake has had a hard road to travel in this
particular corner nt the the Lord's vine
yard. Ever since he has been here enemies
have pursued him. Soon after ho came
here to lalxir for the solvation of the sinners
and when he had gathered around him a
faithful (lock, built a church and given the
ball of religion a vigorous kick among
the etxmy sheep of Cod, two designing
men, envying him his success, conspired to
deprive him of his church oust him, as it
were, from the position he hail by so much
laltor attained. They succeeded in their
selfish purpose ami Juke was "ousted."
But, being an earnest and zealous worker
iu the cause of the lord, he soon had
another house of worship erected by the
assistance of his sympathizing white
friends. This was burnt down soon after,
which was believed to be
the work of an incendiary. But
by constant effort he got another
church, and has since then been bravely
battling for the cause of God, religion and
humanity, overcoming his adversaries in
the form of jealous cotemporaries and false
accusers as well as the elements of fire
and wind, which, singly and collectively,
were pursuing him constantly. But Jake
did not grumble. Even now he bears hi
troubles philosophically, believing that the
evils of this life will soon be over. I It-
knows that we must needs go to heaven by
tint way ot the weeping cross; and as we
were never promised tlmt we should
go to heaven in a feather bed.
we must not be disappointed
when wc find the road rough as our fathers
found it before us. Jake will yet succeed
with the assistance ol the friends who have
helped him before, to re establish for him
self another domicile as comfortable as the
one of winch the fire liend robbed him
lew days ngo.
REAL ESTATE KKC0PJ).
Matiison Butler to m. Lmiergan; bill
of sale, dated March 2th 18S1, for house
on lot thirty-three and block thirty-three
in the city of Cairo. Consideration fifty
Illinois Central railroad, by trustees, to
Patrick Fitzgerald; cons deed, dated
March 19th, 1981, for lota five and six in
in block eighty-two, in the first addition
to the city of Cairo. ConsVlcration three
Mr. John Roche, of Villa Ridge, Ills.,
was in Cairo yesterday.
Miss Adele Lufkin, of Anna, is expected
to be in the city this week. She will Iw
found at the house of Maj. E. W. Green.
Mr. C. B. Whittacker, agent for a St.
Louis wholesale grocery house, was among
the guests at the Hotel de Winter yester
Mr. George G. French, brother of Mrs. E.
S. Dewey, nnd his wife, of Rock LJaud,
Ills., are in the city visiting Mr. E. S.
Dewey and family.
Mr. Thoo. Hill, who h .is been laboring
iiorc for the past week in the interest of a
new secret temperance society, proposes to,
organize Tuesday evening next,
Mr. Gus Williamson uiue down from
Jonesboro, Dla., on the narrow-gungo rail
road yesterday evening. Ho will probably
go back to hia place ot business to-morrow.
Mr. F. Korsiueyer went tu Bjmoxly, La.,
yesterday. In his last letter to his family
here he says that Im is improving, which
will be agreeable news to his many friends
Among the guests at the Hotel tie WinJet;
yesterday, were: Messrs. Davis and E.
8. Davis, of Pana, JI1.; Charles Wlcgratid,
of St. ui. Wo., and J. N. Hotflols, of
Mr. Sim. Tabor will jro east to morrow
for the purpose of purchasing a large and
elegant stock of jewelry etc, and when it
arrives ho will recommence business on a
K-and scale under tho firm utyle of Mrs. M.
Messrs, John HimmelberL'er, ot Bufflnif-
Mo.;M. Ambery, of Tiptonville.Tenu.;
i. J. Howard and wile of Adairville, Ky.,
B"u Morgan and wile,
of Centralia. III., were registered at the
I lanters house yesterday.
Mrs. II. C. Foote and daughter, who have
been visiting friends in this city for several
lays making their head.iuarters attheresi-
denreot Mrs. Rittenhmise, left yesterday;
-iirs. t oot going to St. Louis on tho half-pas
four o'clock afternoon train, and Miss
Mamie going to Anna, III., on the eleven
o'clock forenoon train.
THE DOUBTER'S APPEAL.
MT W1.J.1AN I'AHI.ItTOH.
Ota. thou Onmlpoliiiit I'nknown, who burl
Thro' i-ndli't tptcc unniimlicr'd worlda!
Whoso hand dolu out the cniintlvta yearn,
WhoHfl feut make ati'ppiiiir Htonct of apherea:
Wuote work, whom mot harmonium law,
K.vcltc inau'a nondcr and hit awe.
L'u.ecn, but ever pm.t-nt, Thoa,
Who tiri and ttnrmt bear on each brow,
Hcud down from Thy otnnltclcnt eve,
Oil'! rayof lltjlit that doubt may die!
My lonKlue miud In vain oft trlei.
To plc-rcp the IntiTvi-niua tkiet.
To tec the work that nil Thy hand,
Thy home and all the lab .ring band,
That aid Thee iu crvatlou'ii make,
And fr .in Thee all their lory take,
Where dwcllcth Thou .hall yet I be.
Oh, (iod, co-laborer with Thoe!
Or. am I hul a ihmj; ofl fu.
With nalti re vtaijiun nature' ttrlfe,
Btot of earth like Kttut or fly,
And like th '.e iii.ectt uni.t I die,
Without a hope beyond Ibe grave;
With life, but with uo tout to etve?
I .cience rlhl and art Thou wrong?
Or. do I ttill to 1 hue iN-longr
Lint, oloct aud every tribe
Of'orapliie tlmt tophiiitt fribe,
A..11II my wav'rini! mind to prove
That from tho biat I'm one remove.
Iri.tluct the brute, my rt-anou I
But form and rea.on 'twl.t u lie
I r''nn have-it bid me hope
Thro' darken d niti.u I need not grope.
My reanon. Ood a (jift of thine;
My rcaou, yen. a lft divine!
To reason Science ope. her door,
And rea.on hid. me doeht no more!
No eience ever made a star.
Or catinht the lieht that gleams afar;
No cicncc made the hluthlng rote,
Orcapp'd the hill, with winter tnowt.
My reanon tell in. Thou Divine.
T1i.it science I. a gift of tlilnij
Hiaton'toffuprlng - and man. v.lu fool!
Make tclencean offending tool,
Driving Thro Thou Mighty River
Of Line' of all gift (iiver!
Art. .cietn e. light and ev'ry power,
From Ood - ungrateful mail--thy dower.
Science may he blind, Faith blinder ttill ;
Thit comforts soul, that puzzle will.
Nreat Truth at last my blind eyet toe;
I'll dou'd nil things, (ireat (iod. hut Thee.
Snu.wiki.n, III., March 23th.
Kd. Cairo Bulletlu: -
The general assembly is now worrying
along to the last end of the tl.ird month
It has accomplished really nothing, has
promised much and threatened mort
is, so far as talent goes, above on average
legislature; it is, so far os resultspromise,
the worst that ever met. Its intelligence
antl its honesty have been its bane. It is
one thing for men to be intelligent and
hour st and ojiite another tiling for the
same men to attend to their own business
and to let other people's business alone
Lot it bo granted tht there are abuses
to be remedied; aduiit that corporations
are btvuuiug day by day more oppressive;
concede that county ami municipal
it i i
omciais snunmler tins money of tho
taxpayers, that our public, institu
tions are mere roosting places for lazy ami
extravagant political bummers, ami what is
o he done?
This general assembly raine together in a
tune of "prolo,md peace" and with general
prosperity exhibited on every hand, chare-
etl by the constitution nnd chosen by tho
people, bovcrnor Cullom took a annoy of
the situation and delivered to t a carefully
prepared message. Tho anlitur of state
old the general assembly how much
money IiipI Uicii collected from tho people,
and tho state treasurer told it how much
had been paid out aud how much remained
on hand. Tho state board of charities ex
plained how much was requisite to provide
for the state's wards another two
years, au. the secretary ol state
nyido a careful estimate- of all
other expense. The supremo aud njel
late courts had asked for a fov: technical
amendments, the state hoards of agricul
ture, health, fish and name petitioned for
the usual tctioguition, and 300,000 women
yJ prayed for the passage ot a law; grant
ing them tho right to voto whether Baloon
keepers should set up business in their
next door. Nowk to piua upon these sever.
al matter and to form personal acquain
tances would have required not over a hun
dred days. This general assembly 8hould
invo adjourned sine die last week. Even
tho Tweuty-nlneth general assembly, tho
"Haines mob," was only hero a hundred
This session, by a careful count, will not
ljourn before tho tlmt of May. Its lead-
era are now milking a pretense of remain-
ng hero to consider the apportionment
NEW SERIESNO. 233
question. This is an outrageous assump
tion. The federal census will not be re
ported iu full before July. No congress
or general assembly in this or any other
state ever made an apportionment in the
winter or spring following the federal en
numeration, nor is there the least necessity
for doing so. By all computations this
state will not gain more than one congress
man, and if so that ono can be elected at
large as was done from 103 to 1873.
As a matter of private news
I send you herewith the repub
lican machine apportionment, a division
made under the direction of John A.Logan
and the ono which this legislature will un
doubtedly adopt. Leaving out Cook and
Lake counties, the Logan scheme is as fol
Fifth congressional district Jo Daviess,
Stephenson, Winnebago, Boone, McIIenry,
Sixth-Whiteside, Lee, DeKalb, Kane,
Seventh -Rock Island, Mercer, Hender
son, Harren, McDonough, Hancock,
Eighth Henry, Knox, Fulton, rcoria.
Ninth Bureau, Lasalle, Putnam. Stark.
Tenth Will, Grundy, Livingston. Kan
Eleventh -Ford, McLean, Tazewell, Lo
gan, Mason, Menard.
Twelfth Cass, Morgan, Scott, Pike,
Brown, Adams, Calhoun.
Thirteenth Sangamon, Mason, Dewitt,
Fourteenth Vermilion, Edgar, Douglas,
Moultrie, Coles, Cumberland, Clark.
Fifteenth-Shelby, Christian, Montgom
ery, Macoupin, Greene, Jersey.
Sixteenth Madison, Bond, St. Clair,
Seventeenth-Faycttc, Clinton, Marion,
Effingham, Clay, Jasper, Crawford, Rich
Eighteenth -JetToison, Franklin, Wayne,
Edwards, Wabash, White, Hamilton, Saline,
Ninteeuth Monroe, Randolph, Jackson,
Williamson, Pope, Johnson, Union, Alexan
der, Pulaski, Massac.
, This list shows that tho republicans in
tend to redistrict Wm. M. Springer and
Wm. R. Morrison out and to allow the
democrats only five congressmen. It re
mains to be seen whether it will be carried
Curding, says M. Labouehere, would
soem to most persons n most unpleasant
discipline, for it consists of pa-win" an
ngncultural instrument bristiino-with
sharp nails along the back of the victim,
but when it was explained to a ScoU-h
member ho almost cried because hia
estates were not situated in Ireland.
A great reduction has been made- in
the expenses of the New York leo-islat-uro
since 1871. In that year there
were .ij;) clerks-and attendants; now
there are only .-. In l71 tho annual
Day-roll amounted to $121,893; now it
Nkvkh "bull doze" a man. hul if vn..
meet a human beinu sutferinm win, i.,i
cough you may "bull-dose" him to advan
tage with Dr. Hull' Cough Syrup.
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wnd a recipe that will cure-'you, ' free ol
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South Amorir
a self-addressed envelope tu the Rev. Joucnhi
T. Inman, Station D, New York Citv.
Dr. Kline's Great Nervn Kiati.n
marvel of the age for all Ncive, Diseases.
All fits stopped free. Seiwl rn nsi
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
OrphaM.HodLf. of Battle
writes May 10. rh7H: T
ol boiling hot water on my hand, inflicting
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l , ra "
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What is a modorn poets fate, to write fii
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Tho critic spits on what is dwoo,. gives it a.
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Like Rheumatism frouxnur bodies fly,
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Feathers aw blown away hy ttte alrgflt
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