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CAIRO B UMJ3TIN.
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THE TWKHTY'PIEST AHSUAL STATEMENT OF THE
EQUITABLE HFE ASSUBANCE . S
OF THB UNITED STATES, 120 BBOADTf AY, NEW YORK.
FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 81, 1880. !
Amount ofLinoaa (, Jan. 1.
im t .$
Premium. ..,.. ,.,,,, aaaa a
Internal and Muta ,
Nat profit on lovcf tmmti
I M,716,6'J7 05
Claim by death tod matured endow-
mUM 8.807,64 M
Dividend, aurreader vaiuee, and an-
nultle 8,106,410 04
Dliooantcd endowment and matured
tontlu pollcie. 178 968 OB
ToUl paid policy holder ...... $ 4,7W,K7 87
Dividend on capital 7,010 00
Ageaeltxaiid cciaiokMiona a,inm
Oenerel expanee. ,.."" Vn.M M
Bute, county and city Utea.....nMm SB, MS 70
- Net cub eaaeu, Doc. 81, 1880.. as,40ft,844 OS
Bond and mortii.it...m $
United Slate UkI
blate t toca, cltr atocka, and atocka
authorixed bv tba law of the elate
of Now York .,
Loan eeenred by bond and atocka.
Real Mtata In New York and bo ton
and nurchaaed ander fomclnanra..
Caeh on band In banka and etber de-
poaitorla on tntereat ail In tranelt
Das from (genta on account of pre-
Market value of atocka and bonda
OVer tU,,w. axi.M
Intercut and rent daa and accrued .'.
Premlame due and In proeaaa of
collection Im prumtum paid In
Total aueta, Dec 81, 1880........ 41,1,04 5S
Total lubllltie mclndlng legal re
-rve for reinauranca of all.eiUt
Ing pollde ...... J 81.880.808 11
Total andlvided surplus.... -..4 t.fl,3M 81
Of whlrh belong (a eompated) to
Delicto in ceneral elaea...
Of which beluntra (a computed) to
polldea In tontine elaaa... ,...... 4,883,230 00
Rats Assumed In 1880,$3170,805 00
RiwkgQntstanding 1 177.597,703 00
ft. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL B. R.
Tam abuit. - TKana ocriitT.
fVU.. 4:10 a m I Mll ..J p.m
Epre 8:56 a.m I tKxprc 8:9' p.m
'Accom'dattoo. 4:0up.n itAccomdaUoa.. 11:10 a m
, MIS8 CENTRAL B. B.
tVatl....... HJWp.B It Mai .. 3:35 a.m
tKiptee-... 11:30a ro tKrprcie 9:a.m
C. A BT. L. R. B. (Narrow Oarja.)
ttorai . 4:80 p.m I Eipr.... . 9:40 a m
aAecw'dalolal8dip.n Acoom'datlon. I:.l0p.m
Bundayazcar'a 8:06 p.m I Sunday excor'n 8:40 a m
8T.L., I.M.4S. K. R.
4IrprM l:Wa tn I tKrpre....13:Bp
tAccoio'datlon. 8Wp.m I tAccom datton.ll :45 a.m
CAIRO VINCENNE8 R-B.
Mall Ra.... 80 a.m Mall A Ki.... :Mp m
Dally eioeptflnnday. t Dally.
Mayor-N. B. Thit'wood.
Twaaurer T J. Kertb.
Clerk-Dennl. J, Koltrr.
Counaolor Wb, Gilbert.
Marahal-L. h. keyera,
OAkO of ALomvi.
pHret Ward-Pete 8ep. T. M . KlmbroMb.
Sieond Ward-Jeeae Hlnkle, C. N. flngbea.
. M. . a A j n v ui.b Jnhn Wotid.
ytoortn Ward-Cbarl) O. Patter, Adolph 8wo-
. rnfib Ward-T. W. HaUldar. Browt B. PaWt.
Circuit Jnde-D. JBaker.
Circuit C)erk-A. H. Inrtn.
County J ndaeR. 8 Yocum.
County Clerk-8.4. Htiam.
County Attorney J. M. Dun-on.
tunty Treaanrer-Milaa W. Pwaer.
Ocuaty Commliwlooera T
Olbba and Hamael Drtley.
W. Balllday, J. A.
CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER (Bplacopal)
C FonSienth atreatiawnday 7:00 a. m, ifoly
2f.Z-.i-.. a. an. m . gandav aobool : 10:45 a.m.,
p Davenport, 8. T. Rector.
VVRKT MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHtmCH.-
Babtethi aaboot at 7:80 p. m Rav. T. J. Shore,
ItTnERAN-Tbineenth atreett eervieea 8b
i bali 10 a. m. i Sonday .cbool 8 p.m. Rev.
MmoDIBT-Cor. aigntn anu wnnuieireev.
Preaching Sabbath 10:80 a. m. and 7 p.m.i
BH,Sn,i Wadneaday 7:80 p. m.; Sunday
KZol. 9 a. m. K. Whlfttia,, pa.tor.
PRESBTTERIAN-Blgbth (traet; preach
Sabbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30p. m.;
meeinaWedneadar at 7:80p.m.', Sunday I
SiTm. Rev. B Y. George, paator.
nee every diy at 8 a.m. Rov.OHara, meet.
nT P.TRICK S-(Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
CT.Aiiiiv i nna: aerrtcea Bab-
O Z-SnEKf. 8 o7m. ! Sunday School
JJEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THBJ OITV. I
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. Ov PATIER & OO
CAlkOBAPTIST.-TemperancehaH on Tenth
.reel- preachlnf tt and third Sunday in
.K nS rtb?n m.'and 7:80 p. n. !pr.yr meet
f. Thrida. 7 : p. B . ; 8und ay rbool, 8 :80 a.m .
InnTbnwaay, ivV. . Pator.
, From ths undivided (orpin, ftvarllonary 4ivl
dundi will b declared, available on eetUement of
next annual premium, to ordlnanr participating
The va natlon of the nnllMea nnttUnMna hn
bn made on the American experience table, tba
lXl Itandard of the atato af New York.
U. W. PHILLIPS, ..,..,.. 1
We, the nderelnod, have. In peraon. earemll
examined tbe aceountc, and counted and examine
in detail the aaiota of tbe aoclety, and certifr thai
Hi. rniiAla I . k . I . 1
hi.iwqvibk .hihuimji, viinrnui i correct.
UK.MHIMJl'UN Y. RANDOLPH,
IIENKY 8, TKKBELL,
BptcUl Committee of tbe Board of Director.
ppoinieo ucc, vi. imo. to examine tbe aaaeta
and account at the ctoae of tbi year. : i
BOARD Of MRBCT0R3.
tioorne ii. Morgan,
(ieorge T. Adee,
John I) Jonea,
' Hubert Lenox Kennedy,'
' ChauncyM, Depew, i
Houry M. Alexuder. '
Henry Day, i
Tboma A. Riddle,
George O. Kelloicg,
J o) F. Navarro,
John J. McCook.
Htopben H. Pbtlllp, ,
Himuel W. Torrty,
Alexander P. Irrln,
Ioui FitrRflrald, j
William M. Bllaa,
William Alexander, !
Samuel G. Goodrich.
nenry A. uurlbnt,
Henry F. Spauldlnif,
William II. IW
William A. Wbeelock,
Wllll.m O. UmherU
Jamea W. Alexander.
Thome 8. Youb.'.
Thona A. Cammina,
Daniel D. Lord,
Edward W. Hlmbert,
B P. Rendolph,
Henry N. Bailor,
Goorge H. Stewart,
JAMES W. ALEXANDER. Vice Prcs't.!
SAMUEL BORROWS, 2d Vice IWt. ;
E. W. Lambert, M. i) Edw'd Curtis, M. DJ
E. W. Hcott, Bopcrintcndont of Agencies.
riorth Western uepartment.
ine Doarborn fitroet. Cbtcaeo.
W. N. CRAINE, Oencral Maosger.
E. A. BUR5ETT, Agent,
CAIRO AND NEW MADRID PACKET.
'TO NEW MADRID.
W J. Tl'RNER, Mailer
J.K. MU8E, Clork.
Leavea Cairo for New tladrid and way point
every Taeeday.Tburfdar and Saturday at Ir. n,
Returning leavo New Madrid Wedneeday, Friday,
Po freliiht or DaoMMre '
8 BIGOH, Ajrecl.
OT1CE TO CONTRACTORS.
Crrr Ci.xwt' emu
Cairo. III.. Aiieuet 1,11.
Sealed bropoala U1 be received at thl office,
directed to tbe nnderalvned, outil 8 o clock p. m
Tiie.div. Aiiirnt.tni.lH81.forftirnlhtnE tm feet.
inch internal diameter, 4 ply with 8 . ply
ho.e. fltti'd with Cuwell' automatic coupling,
delivered here. Said bid to Rive weight of hoe
per tnctlon and number of pound water preuura
per lauar Inch, euaranteeo to .tand alofor length
of time auchhoeeare warranted. The right to
reject any and all bid I" rof rved.
H. MAR BAN, M. D.
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Office on Commercial avenue near tbe corner of
Eighth atreet, over Tabor Brother a Jewelry (lore.
Residence comer Fourt'jentb atreet and Wah
The Celebrated Electro Vapor and Modloated
Bath which are an unlaUIng cure for Rheumatism
Neuralgia, Kever-Agne and many other auinenie,
admlniatered daily during olllce hour.
Office botuf, from 8 lo l' a, m from 1 to 5 and
from 7 to 8 p.m.
Q.EOR0EH. LEACH. M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
Kneclal attention paid to the Hoiaeopalhlc treat
ment of inrglcal dieaea, and diaeaae of women
Office: NolO Eighth atreet, near Commercial
avonuo, Cairo, 111.
QR. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Orrwa No. 188 Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Btreew
JJR. W. O. JOCELYN,
OFFICE-Elghth Street, neat Comnerclal Avenue.
BTOVRB AND TINWARB.
ALL SOIiTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER A SHEET-IRON WARE
AU KINDS OF JOB . WORK DORK TO ORDER.'
NO. 97 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. - i 1 - Illinois
CAIEO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY ' MORNING AtfOUST ,18,
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Icei
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
i. . ; ; . ..!. : , ;
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelith'Slreet and LeVee,
rpHE CITY NATNOAL BANK
W. P. BALL1DAT, Prealdent.
H. L. HA LLIDAY, Vtee-PreeldetiW
TEOS. W. HA LLIDAY. Caehler.
. (TAAT TATUOk, v W. r. BAUUDAT,
IIBT L. BALUDAT, B. r. OUKNIlietlAM,
a. v. iujabmm, anraaR aian, '
B. a. OAKOIB. , j
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Depoalt received and a eeneral bankloe bntlneai
y Having lately Increaaed hi facllitle la now
prepared to do promptly
ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING.
LtUUT A50 BIAVT WAOONR MAPS
. ' ' - -I '
Ilorme shoeing a 8i't'iulty.
Thanking 'be public for their liberal patronage.
I hope by (quire dealing and prompt attention to
bueluee to have a continuance of tbe aamo
GlVI Ml A CAUL.
Natural Fruit Ham.
Vrepared from the choicest
FniltsiWitllout coloring, oi)
otM oils, : acid, , or ' artificial
Essences. 5 Alvtyf uniform in
ntrmnthi iblthotit any aHltra-
tiont or imntnuts, uave guinea
their rejmtation from tnetr ct
feet puriht. numrtor strength
and yualitH, t Admitted , by ait
who have need them me ike moet
aateyyratfHl and Mtaral
CiSSST 'o cakee, pwHlng$,
creaine. . . 1 .. , , ..
&Wetureti by T , : ; ;
I CMfatPOlIU and 'kuUi$Ut
suad Dr. PrWiDj.M piSumu,
We make no$ecomi goodSt
CITY FERRY CO.
. Onndaft4irMonday. Janefth. and nntllHrthcr
notice tbeferboat will make trip aa follow;
L,AT llr . -i ,MAI .,. , ..:i-H.Tia.( j
Foot Fourth at. MlaaouriUnd. Kentucky Ld
t 8:90 a.m.
9 a. m.
11 a. m.
8 p. mo
8 p. m ,
10)00 a. m.
8:00 p.m. .
. 8:80 p. m.
,1 ...i AtBifli ... . , , . j
FLOui, GRAIN AND HAY :
! Highest Caah Price Paid for Wheat
THE IOH: KXESTGi
Ready now, to furnlah and deliver ICE In auy
tuaukii7 Duia wuuieaaie ana re'aii, ana ai
: : i . . ;
ROCK BOTTOM PRICE.
I recpcctfully eallclt tba patronage of all my old
intra, ana a mauy new one, ana gnarmiee tr
aatlafactlon. JACOB KLKB
MARKET BY TELEGRAPH
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NEW YORK GRAIN.
New Yoke, August 17, 12 M.
Wheat firme No; 2 Chicago, $1 28
30. No. 2 Red Winter, $1 86
UIIICAOO, GRAIN AND PORK.
Chicago, August 17, 12 a. m.
Pork Oct, $17 70: Sep. $17 CO.
Wheat Oct, ,$1 20; September,
Corn Oct, OO'c' Sep, Mc,
Chicago, August 10, 12 m.
Chicago, August 10, 1 p. m.
. Pork Oct, 117 70; September,
$17 60. i
', Wheat' - f)ct, 1 20; Sept,
1 20?8'. - I
"' Corn Oct, Clc; Sepleuiber, OOc. ;
OaU-Oct 37; Sep, 30-
HoTSruiNos, Ark., August 16. News
reached here to-dny that on Tuesday last,
in Polk coimty, Atk., William Perse, broth
er of Frank Ferae, the boy who was ho foul
ly murdored iti January last by A supposed
regularly organized band of outlaws, was
found dead in a wild secluded region,
where ho had received, beyond all doubt, a
similar fate to his brother. Full particulars!
cannot bo learned iiow, but it is thought
that the latest murder waB the outcome of
proceedings which Porse had taken to ef
fect the arrest of the murderers ot his broth
er Frank. The turmoil and excitercaut are
represented as being intense.
The Ball Set in Motion.
Marshall, Texas, August 16. A largo
and enthusiastic mooting of the leading
business men and citizen of Marshall was
hold at the court house, Saturday night, i in
tho interest of the Sabino Pass and Texas
Northern Railway. Depot grounds in dif
ferent localities in and near tho city wore
tendered by real estate owners, and tho
right of way guaranteed through this (Har
rison) county.' Several thousand dollars
were subscribed by solid business men to
set tho ball in motion. .'
At Springfield for a Conference. .
Springfield, III., August 16.Jobn C.
Gault, of tho Wabash; J. C. McMullon and
C. H. Chappell, of tho Chicago and Alton;
J. T, Tucker, of tbe Illinois Central ; E. P.
Ripley, of the Chicago, Burlington ' and
Quintjy; and M. Hevjitt, of the Northwest-
cro, iro in the city tw-night and will have a
conference ; to-morrow i With . the ' Railroad
at work revisIngTk anMunce4 betoc(w
r" j .at i ,.
these dispatches, the Commission has come
to the conclusion that the grain rates are
too high or the stock rates too low, or, in
other words, that there is too much differ;
ence. Your correspondent has it authentic
ally that the Commissioners propose to
lower the grain rates, and thereby make
them' more reasonable when compared with
stock rates. , Heretofore the chief .contro
versy between the railroads and the Comt
mission has 1 been in regard to abort haui
rates. . An effort will be made to have theso
fates made more lavorable to the railroads,
as the present rates are claimed to be un
just. '. :;'..)'. . 1 1
V 1 : .; ' A Fiendish' Act.! ' 1
J ' Peoria, III., August 16. -A. most atro.
cious and , fiendish act was perpetrated on
the Indianapolis, Blootnington and West
ern ral way,a couple of miles west of Peking
this afternoon . .When, the engineer ot. he
uvfowg pnssengor tram coining west came;
around a bend at that point, he noticed that
he had run over something, and reversed
hia engine. '.On pulling back they dmcov
ered a loy, Willio TandriJ, son of .Mike
Tandril, a section boss, lying just outside of
tho rails insensible, and on closer examina
tion it was found that he was tied to tlij
rail. A physician who happened to be ,oti
the train, examined tho lad and found tha
two of bis ribs were broken,' and that ho1
was otherwise bad I j bruised. 1 He was tak't
en aboard the train and carried to Pekin,
where his father resides, but 'before reach
ing thero be recovered 'consciousness, "and!
on inquiry told bow he happened to be tieitj
to the rail. lie sanj he had 4een diggiug
potatoes and was approached' by a well-j
dressed man who asked hiru to give up his
money, lie had none nnd told him so, but
this did not seem to satisfy '.the' assailant,1
who thought he had some money concealed!
abonthim, and he tied, his lega fast to thrt
rail, as he thought to scare Mm.' At this
juncture his fiendish captor heard tho rum
ble of an oricoiuitig train nud tried to untie
him, but the knot was so tight he 'could not)
and he then run away to some timber near
by. Ilus was Corrooerated in a nienstirq
by the train men, who Bay they saw n mau
come out of the wood after they passed,
and on their backing up he returned to the.
timber. The boy had almost worked hirn-i
self loose when the cow-catcher struck" hint
and threw him clear of the rail. . ' .
Near Chester, 111. .
CurBTKR, III., August 16. Six hundred,
bushels of wheat, a separator and a barn
on the Midilundorfa farm near here, .were
detroyd Jiy fire to-day; loss, $1,000... ,
; : ,
A Water Famine at Maltpon. 1 "
Mattoon, III., August 16. The long-'
continued drouth is causing a general wc
ter famine in this city. Tho reservoir from
which tho Indianapolis and St. Louis Road
is supplied with water is empty, and the
company U; compelled to run a train of
engine tauks to the Embarrass river.
Two Terrible Accidents. ;
Ckntralia, 111., August 16 A Pole
named Laskey, a carpenter, living near San
doval, was run over by a train hero to-night.
He was intoxicated and walking along tlie
track, and a train of two cars and an en
gine backing up, run him down. One arm
was severed and his body was cut in two.
William Craig crept inside the guard
wire at tho coal mine, to get a better ' view
into the hole, when the cage descended ra
pidly and crushed his head into a jelly. Ho
was unmarried, but leaves many relatives
here. He was greatly troubled with aero,
fula, and some think ho committed suicide
Craig was an estimable young man 'and a
member of the BaptiHt Church. , 1
1 : Shot Through the Heart.
DucAtun, III., August 11. Last even
ing, while out hunting near Maroa, in this
county, Lew Tingle, son of the late Capt
Joseph Tingle, accidentally shot himself
through the heart, dying instantly. The
verdict of the jury was accidental death.
J. W. Tomey, late of Bloomiugton, died
at the hospital here this afternoon, of ty
phoid fever. He was an Oddfellow, and
had been sick two weeks.
At Lexington, Ky.
Lexington, Kv., August 10. A destruo
tive fire took place this afternoon in this
city, in which tho losses will reach $50,000,
with $25,000 to ,$30,000 Insurance. The
firo originated in Wendover's stable on
Short street, which was quickly burned
Uirouch to tho main stand.- The firo then
spread in all directions for an hour and a
half when it was finally gotten under con
trol. Tho houses destroyed on Short street
are A. C. Wendovor's livery stable, J, M.
Graves' large grain warehouse; dwolllng
houso of Mrs. Ellis; J. W. Lolles' Ex
change. ' On Broadway, J. W. Lolles' con
fectionery and bakery; Mrs. Lavin's stable;
Jske Stahol's saloon ; Geo, Koontz'i store;
J. M. Sheppard's grocery; Clary Block, oc
cupiod by T. J. Cassell, grocery, all seri
ously damaged. On Main street, in addi
tion to tho stable, the Clary Block fcnd the
stores of D. Honaker, P. Manme and G. C.
Richardson & Bro are burned out.' - '' :
The Fate of ta CrJsa, tr.r.
locCtrUai tr tt ti&izXa
SERIES NO. 334
tor aaked-ajiandsorae lady of middle age
' Li ..v ....... .
tor her tioftnV She did not respond, and a
close inspection showed her to be in a stup
or and quito helpless.! Efforts to arouse
her were vain. . Arriving here she was re
moved from the cars to tho reception-room
in the car shed,, where friends ' recognized
her as Mrs. M.D. L.Binion, wife of a prom
inent Baptist divine in Terrell county, this
state, i She was an habitual opium eater,
and was returning from tho Opium Cure,
Lebniron, O., where she has boen under
trrjitmcnt. '; Her unconscious atuto was the
result of an overdose of morphia. ; She died
at 10. -JO to-night. , Her husband was,, tele
graphed for, and will bo here to-morfow.
ThP Illinois' Thieves'. , .
Lkbanon, li.i,., August 16. Hy Tarwa
ter and W. H. Cook, the' Edwards county
horso thieves, were delivered imr to It. J.
nty'ii', sheriff .of. (that county, at noon
to-day The .prisoners having succeeded in
unlocking their" handcuffs last night, were
heavily ironhd bf Sheriff Hutchins and es
cape; rendered Impossible. The animals
were turned over, to Arthur Hcarsum, of
Grayville; a neighlwrof Mr. George John
son,. owner of the stolon property. Sheriff
Maulding. of Hamilton county, and Btato
Senator John (J. Edwasds, returned hero to
day. A suspicious looking character with
a top buggy and laigo gray horso passed
through Lebanon ner sundown yesterday.
Later it was ascertained that the outfit was
probably Btolcn. Wm. R. Tipton, who took
the Edwards county prisoners and officers
to Masooutah, , has gone in pursuit. .
... A G tin nison Mining Horror.
Dekver,' August 16. Advici-s from
Gunpison'Ciiy report that last 'Tuesday at
Caracoiv Fay's mining enmp, twenty-eight
miles from Gunnison, two mon were in
stantly killed and two fatally mangled by
an exploition ol nitroglycerine. Five men
etc preparing a blast when tho charge of
glycerina prematurely exploded.' L. Swezy
was blown Into the htrenni. The body bus
not been recovered. It is supposed to bo
buried under the, rocks thrown by the ex
plosion. Jessu j Freez, colored, was badly
mangled and instantly killod. Two others,
names unknown, were terribly mangled,
and will die. The other man escaped un
Mna.A. 'N. Fuank, 177 West Tupper
Street, Buffalo, N. Y., says she has used
Thomas' Eclectric Oil for severe toothache
and neuralgia, and considers it the best
thing she knows ' of for relieving pain.
Paul G. Schuh, Ageit.
nosoitKiw of men, women aud .children
rescued from bmls of pain, sickness ami
almost death and made strong and henrty
by Parker's Ginger Tonic are the best evi
dences in the world of its sterling worth.
You can find these in every community.
Post. See advertisement.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, tcver sores,
ettcr, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
very case or money refunded., Price,' 25
cents per box. For sale by Gko. E. O'Haua
A 'correspondent of tho Baltimore
tSiui thus describes a filter, which ho
says he uses with perfect sueeosH for
all the water his family requires. It is
a gallon glass funnel with a small piece
ot sponge in the bottom, nnd on which
rests half a dozen slendot' sticks to fa
cilitate tbo percolation, then placed at
intervals all anund and beneath a
piece of muslin a fool or . so square.
The muslin is tilled with say a pint of
closely powdered charcoal. Through
this he fillers the water. At first a little
o,t Mm charcoal passes through, but it
Boon becomes a perfect filler.
' "Cutting a .T7ath" in Journalism.
Young Fitzalaraode lifts just entered
journalistic- life, and is going to "cut a
swalh." He believes in putting, in
good dal of "color" in his itouis nnd
prides himself on tho nicllifluousno
of his work. He sharpened up a
couple of ponoils at both ouds this
morning and bngnu:
We i-egret to inform our leaders that
tho estimable Miss Jones, of Jones
boro, tlaughter of Congressman Jonos,
nd granildaushler of the well known
founder of the Village of Jonosboro,
has met with a serious accident. As
sho was driving alotig the boulevard,
at tho speed of the wind, the horso, u
halt brother of Maud S. and full sin! or
of Si. Julian, became suddonly startled
by tlm uprising of a oovey of partridges
which are unusually numerous in that
section this Hoason, and promino a great
deal' of fun for the sportsmen when tho
law Is off, and as they circled . tlio
frightened ateed tore down tho avcuuo
liko mild until stopped by tho gallant
bund of Oniqor73o( the Nlnth Wiu-d.
Her Injuries were a contusion of tho
tinkle which did uot amount to a frac
ture, and tho unfortunate girl was ear
vied home to her grief stricken parents
and sympathizing friends.
Tbe city editor at this point was anx.
ious for "copy," and glanoing It over
1 rapidly crumpled it in his band, re
"markinir. "Fitzy, you havo struck tba
' realm ol fancy solid. This donartuient
'is the . domain of fact" He then
1 he daughter oliiongresaman ona
was run a? ay with by a epuft-i tn
aa tha. avenue vesterdry f"rr'.
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