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Til K DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, A'i'RIL 5, 1SS2
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Ar: BurUUn BallaUnc Wuhlnrton irenoa
RitTBRKD AT THE fOBT OmCI IN CAIRO, IX
LXKOtB, AS BECOND-rLASn' W ATTKB.
oruiAL PAfXROP CITt AND COUNTY
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEilS.
, Noficaaiu ihiaeolarao. icnt f ent per line for
linn, vnt ana woon, wkuh yui imu, uuv
monib.bocenti per line
Tine Tutc Caiko Bullktin perforated
scratch-book, uiade of calendered jute
inanilla, equally good lor ink or pencil. Fur
wile, iu Hires sires, at tho office. No. 2 and
8. five and ten cents each by tho sinpjlo one,
by the doxen or by tho hundred, no varia
tion in prices.
Grand Easter Ball.
The Ilalliday Guards will give a frand
ball at Uartman's hall on Easter Monday.
It will be tub event of the season.
COMMITTEE OV AlUlANOEMEJiTS.
Harry Mauny, 11. English,
"Wra. McEwen, Wm. Dewitr,
F. McGionis, J no. English.
If the party who picked up the ten-dollar
bill, dropped by my daughter corner Cth
and Ohio levee, Saturday afternoon, will
return it to. mo through post office, no
steps will be taken. The party is known.
. Samuel P. Wueeleb.
XW Argus copy.--3t.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to auy business, nianufac-
red and for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
The above will be paid to any one who
will furnish proof sufficient to convict pr
sons eulity of committing a nuisance in
the Hibernian engine-house.
The fhrniture, stoves, dishefl, bedding
carpets, pictures, etc., comprising the house
hold goods of Col. James Johnson's resi
dence, will be sold at auction this mom
in?, Wednesday, April 5th, without reserve,
at house on Washington avenue above 12th
tree. 8a!e will comrnenco at 10 o'clock
harp. Tnoa. Winter, Auctioneer.
To Whom It May Concern.
Persons having household goodn stored
in the buildings of It. Smyth & Co., on the
Levee, are requested to removo tho same
without further notice.
HOTEL DE WINTER.
(Late Arlington House.)
108 and 110 Commercial Ave.
Cairo, Ills. A.prii 4. '82
BIG AUCTION SALE.
I will sell the entire outfit of the above
named hotel at public auction on the date
named commencing at half -past 0 a.m., and
f.ontinue from day to day till all the per
sonal property belonging to the hotel proper
is disposed of to the highest bidder, bale
positive without reserve. The articles em
brace the following named goods: 2 J flue
bcadsteads; 23 bureaus; 23 withstands 23
square folding tables; 10 round tallies; 8 ex
tension tables; 23 looking glasws 23 car
pet; 6 lounges; 10 rocking chairs; 150
wood and cane eeat chairs; 30 heating
stoves; 60 mattresses; GO feather pillows
and 23 feather bolsters; 150 quilts and
blankets; a full assortment of china, glass
ware and tablo cutlery; 1 largo cookjng
range 1 largo broiler attached ; also a large
water beater the wbolo thing making a
complete outfit for a hotel, capable of
cooking for 100 guests Also Biindry kitch
en utensils and 1000 other articles too
numerous to mention. After Friday night,
March tho 31st till day of sale any of the
articles will be sold low ut private sale.
Tom Wistek, auctioneer.
FEVF.ns and Intermittens of all kinds
are speedily relieved and entirely cured by
tiling Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills. (5)
Sekd lor circular ot new style of Hopper
Scale with Leveling attachment. Borden,
Belleck & Co., St. Louis. (2)
A Popular Tonic
TOR WRAE LUSOB AND CONSUMPTION.
No preparation ever introduced to the
American public, for the relief and cure of
Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of the Lungs or
Consumption in the incipient or advanced
stages of the disease, lias ever met with the
indorsements of physicians or patients as
tat celebrated "Tolu, Hock and Kye." The
repeated and continued sales of tho article
everywhere are the best evideiico of its real
merits. Letters and testimonalH from every
quarter of the country, attesting tho stim
ulating, tonic and healing elTeots, tiro in
' posseuion of the proprietors, and can be
adduced to convince tho most skeptical
reader ot its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
fluous, as a trial of this article, having a
pleasant tasto aud agreeable llavor. will
satisfy .all those who are afflicted or piuing
away with pulmonary weakness of the re-
nei to do secured by (tie use of Tolu, Hock
and Rye. Chicago Times.
Ion lame bock, side or client, useShiloh's
Ioroui riaster. 1'rice 25 cents. 1'uulO
flcudb, Agent. 5
Made from IIahmlkmi Mathki.uj. and
adapted to the needs of fading find falling
hair, Parker's Hair llalsam Iihx taken the
first rank as hi) elegant uud reliable huir
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notleca In tha cninmnt,
lach loMirtloD. Markart
ton cnl per line,
-New wall paper at Jcft Clark's.
Head Hibernian notice in special local
Foil Sale : Storo boat and stock, or
either. Enquire at elevator.
Commissioner Guy llorso issued his
last "ran hums" yesterday.
Buy Dado window curtains from Jeff
M. Clark. tf.
The Choral society met at Dr. C. W.
Jocelyn's dental parlors last night. Tho:
attendance was large and tho music good.
The Bulletin job oflice and counting'
room is back into its old quarters again,
corner Washington avenue and Twelfth
Blanks t6 be filled in for publication
of tax purchasers notice will bo furnished
freo of charge on application at The Bul
letin office. tt.
-Both up-town sewers were opened yes
terday afternoon, so that all tho sewers aro
now open and carrying tuc Eipo water out
of the city very rapidly. '
Sec Jeff Clark's wall paper before
A horse belonging to Mr. James
O'Donncll broke thyugh the sido walk at
tho corner of Twelfth street and Commer
cial avenue, but was put upon his feet
ain without sustaining any injury.
Tho steamer "Jack Winter" was at
work yesterday afternoon pumping the
water out of tho basement of tho opera
house, preparatory to tho coming perform
ance of "Across tho Continent."
A notice in special locals requests
persons who have furniture stored in the
business house of Messrs. R.' Smith & Co.,
to remove it ''without further notice.
Tho reason for this request is that the firm
needs more room for a large stock of
liquors which is now on its way here.
All latest styles of wall paper at Jeff
Mr. John Koehler contemplates mak
ing some very extensive improvements in
the old Flora Garden soon and throwing it
open to the public in grand style as a place
of amusement and recreation, no expects
to have everything in readiness for the
opening on the first of May.
While the John A. Scud Jer was laying
at the wharf boat yesterday a negro by the
name of Thomas Crawford was drowned.
He was rolling a barrel of flour at the
middle gang way of tho boat and slipped
and fell into tho river and never rose again.
Ho lived aud shipped at St. Louis.
The sale of furniture at the Arlington
Hotel was well attended' but tho goods on
ly brought about 33 per cent of their value.
Many a good bargain was obtained yester
day. The sale will be resumed atoneo'clock,
when more furniture, crockery-ware, glass
ond silver ware will be disposed of at what
ever price they will bring. It
Assistant inspector of State Mahtia
Stinson was'in the city Monday and inspect
ed the Halliday Guards at tho Tenth street
hall in tho evening of that day. The in
spection was only preliminary, but wea
very satisfactory to both the inspector nud
the guards; another inspection will be had
The following are the officers of tho
Arab fire company for the ensuing year,
elected at a meeting hel J Monday night:
Mr. T. J. Kerlh, President; Mr. A. Lohr;
Vice-President; Mr. P. II. Schuh, Secretary,
Mr. Claiklc Winter, Treasurer; Mr. Chus.
Gilhofer, Captain. Board of Directors:
Mown' C. IV. NefT, Wm. Winter, Chas Gil
hofer, Jeff M. ClarK and Chas Fure.
The services in St. Patrick's church on
Sunday morning were unusually interest
ing and impressive. The Ancient Order
of Hibernians attended Berviccsin a body
and partook of tho liol communion, and
Father Matterson delivered a very eloquent
and appropriate little address, which has
been the subject of much favorable com
ment by thoso wuo heard it.
-A gentleman named Goldsburg ar-
rivedliere yesterday in charge of a large
lumber raft, which had gotten away from
him near Nashville whero he intended to
sell it. lie sought to find a purchaser for
it hero as ho had at other points on bis
way down, but did not succeed. IIo will
probably transfer it to cars at this point
and send it direct to Chicago to bo sold
Tho negro, John Marshall, who se
riously cut a negrcss in a Fifth street don a
few days ago and then flo J tho city, has
not yet been captured. IIo was heard
from Monday at Mound City, where he had
been met by another Cairo negro who
knew him. Tho cause of the trouble was
a dispute over tu loss of some money by
Marshall, which he accuso l the woman of
having stolen. After somo hard words Mar
shall drew a pocket knife and gave the
woman several ugly cuts about the head.
A negro named William Hall was ar
rested by Chief Myers and officer Martin
Monday, charged with being implicated in
a theft of three hundred dollars from Annie
Bazzel; but no evidence was fouud to sus
tain tho clmrgo and ho was released. Yes
terday he was arrested by Sheriff Hodges
upon complaint of Mr. Quasubsrtb, who had
alno been robbed of about sixty dollars
withiu a week past; but in thid case, as in
the other, Hall could not be convicted an
was again discharged.
Ouo J. F. Moses who fllleu tho
gtibunatorial chair of South Carolina, when
that statu was in the grasp of tho republi
cait party, is under arrest in Now York for
swindling a piano-maker out of $175. He
was a professional thief whilo governor of
South Carolina and helped tho dishonest
republican horde of robbers to sink the state
into bankruptcy and anarchy, from which
it was only rescued by democratic victory.
At six o'clock yesterday evening, tho
Ohio river stood at forty feet fivo inches on
tho guagu at this point. At one o'clock
in the afternoon, it stood at forty feet seven
lad a half inches, which signified n full
O'ring the previous twenty-four hours, of
ner and a half inches. At points above
hu&ttie rivers fell as follows during the
same ptwiu 01 nine: inaiianougn, six
inches; Cincinnati, seven inches; Louis
villo, two inches; Nashvilb;, one foot two
inches; St. Louis, stationary.
Chief Myers yesterday superintended
tho burial of tho remains of two horses
which had sickened and died in St. Mary's
park and neglected by their owners. Ho
also sent mca out to Seventeenth and Lo
cust streets to petorm tho last rites over
the corpses ot two porkers which had been
making that neighborhood almost unin
habitable for a day or two back. Tho
chief is moving about energetically, per
forming the duties of health officer, mar
shal, chief of police, dog tax collector,
quarantine officer and general scavenger all
Yesterday afternoon's weather bulletin
gave evidence of a general fall of tempera
ture in trio northwest. I ho average
thermometer as reported from twenty dif
ferent stations was sixty-seven, which was
a fall of nine degrees during tho previous
twenty-four hours. Rain was reported
from Davenport, Keokuk, Leavenworth,
North Platte and Omaha. At Keokuk
North Platte and Omaha it was too small,
to measure. At Leavenworth it was forty-
live one hundredths, ond at Divcnport two
Complaints have been made by citi
zens in some portions of the city that par
ties going out on one or other of the little
lakes in the lower portions of the city
amuse themselves by discharging lire arms
of various discriptions at most any time of
the day or night and without much regard
to the direction in which tho weapon may
be pointed. Thejsound of the explosion
uader one's window, either at the dead of
night or at noon, is bad enough, but the
peculiar whistling noise of the deadly lead
is more disagreeable still. The officers of
the city have resolved that "the moonlight
on tho lakes" (or the sunlight cither),
must sot be marred by the flash of fire
arms, and they will surely bring to grief
any and all who may be caught violating
tins noble resolution.
In special locals will be seen a notice
of the sale at auction of a lot of house fur
nishing goods to-day at the resi
dence of Mr. James Johnson, on Washing
ton avenue. This sale is preparatory to the
departure of Col. Johnson and family for
Murphyslmro where he will embatk in the
dry goods business. This is Col. Johnson's
old and fivorito occupation in which he
will now, as he did in years gone by, make
a complete success. A large business bouse
has already been secured by the Col. and
he will commence business immediately.
While regretting their departure from
Cairn, Tub Bcm.ktix and the people of
Ciiro in general commend Col. Johnson
and his estimable family to tho people of
Murphybboro as worthy of their highest
esteem and unlimited patronage.
At the council meeting last night seven
members were present. In the absence of
Mayor N. B. Thistlewood Ex-Mayor John
Wood was called to the chair. The prin
cipal business transacted was the instruc
tion of the street , committee to
have the streets of the city put in repair; an
oidinaacc was reported by the ordinance
committee providing for the payment
of claims against the city arising out of tho
repairs on the new Levee street, and a res
olution was introduced by Alderman Blake
requiring tho committee on police, jail ond
fire department to consider tho advisability
ot amending tho ordinance establishing the
present tire limits. Tho resolution wag a
good one and was adopted. The commit
teo is to report ot the next regular . meet
ing of the council.
A number of young sporting men of
this city ore circulating a subscription pa
per among themselves with tho oljectof
raitting enough money to enable them to
lease, for a term of three years, what is
known as First L'ike, in Kentucky, aud
transforming it into a first clans fishing
lake for the especial benefit of Cairo fishing
parties. The lake is about three quarters
of a mile inland from the Ohio river, right
Herons from Cairo. It ia now the favorite
resort for fishing parties from all direotions
every year, ami it is also the victim of tho
professional tishormcn who cast their great
suinssnd haul out wagon loads of One fish
every tim they go. It is thu intention of
the young sporting men aforesaid to fell
trees in tho luko in a manner ami of a suf
ficient number to prevent the casting ot
gem", or fishing in any manner but with
pole and line. Thus the number of tish and
tho sport of catching them would be great
ly increased. Tho scheme promises !o be
successfully carried ou'i.
Chief Mvr-rs and the officers aro kept
tolerably busy now hunting up mid
removing tho carcasses of dead animals of
various description which lio about tho city
in unusually largo numbers. Tho cause of
death is not uniform. Some die of starva
tion, somo of rliseaso, somo by drowning in
ponds and others are accidently killed by
wagon and cars. Tho officers can not ,of
course, be everywhere at nil times; it is not
to be expected that they hIhiII feel the pulse
and thump thu chest aud examine the
tongue of every hog, dog, cat, chicken and
pet squirrel in tho city, form 0 careful diag
nosis of tho ailments of the sick ones and
trail them nil until they shall, either
through disease or accident, depart for the
"shoro upon which tho sea of trouble casts
no wave." Tho citizens mmt assist the
officers in tho discovery of the dead ani
mals and then all such will bo proinply re
moved. JESSE JAMES KILLED.
St. Joseph, Mo., April 2. Between 0
and 10 o'clock this morning Jesse James,
the notorious outlaw, was shot ami killed
in his house at tho corner of Thirteenth and
Lafayette streets by Robert Ford, known
here as Robert Johnson. Ford and his
brother were living with James ond have
been hero for some time, and shot him a
short time after he had come into the house
from currying his horses.
Mr. F. M. Ward has left the city for
good and gono to Kinsas City, his future
Mrs. Lynn, of St. Louis, is in tho city
since Monday, visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Hawkins.
Messrs. Wm. Dwyerand James Mahanny,
two up-town yonng men, left for Kansas
City, to seek their fortunes.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE.
When ono asssures their lite they d -sire
to know that the claim nt maturity will be
paid without delay to their representatives.
The Equitable Life-Assurance Society
alone writes incontestable policies, and
promises to pay such immediately upon re
ceipt at the society's office of satisfactory
proofs of death.
The following letter explains its work
"Chicago, Mirch 23, 19S2. O.P. Curran,
ManagorJlOS Dearborn strict. Chicago
Dk.uiSui: My thanks are due, and al
low me to express them through you, to the
management of the Equitable Life-Aesur.
ance Society for the satisfactory manner
with which it transacts its business. I have
been spired all unnecessary trouble in prov
ing my claim under policy No. 37,701 on
the life ot Charles J. C oo'.ey, deceased, and
no sooner is my proof handed in than the
check for full amount ten thousand dol
lars (f IO.OOOj and dividend accumula
tion is ready for delivery ti me.
"MAnr J. Cooley."
LETTER FROM GLEN FERN.
Thinking some of your citizens would
like to come to this romantic part of Illi
nois on a pic-nic excursion, I refer them to
Camp Groun 1 Springs immediately on
the line of thu Wabash St. L mis an 1 Pa
cific railroad about oneialf mile up tho
road from Glen Fern, one of the past re
sort of Cairo excursionists. The Carup
Ground Springs are fresh, cool water, and
trickle down the hills through ferns and
rock till it empties into Cache. Every few
rods on either side of the hollow which
contains the main brook formed by these
springs, is a spring, whilst farther up, are
ced'ir groves, falls, caves ami nooks. I
have recently purchased Glen Fern, and
planted fruit trees and bmhm, and shrub
bery on it and it is now closed against nil
kinds of public gatherings. Parties will
not be admitted for love nor money. If
the Cairo or Mound City folks wont to
come up on a pic-nic excursion to CamD
Ground Springs" and will drop mo a card
a few days before hand, to Blooinlleld,
Johnson county, Ills., I will freely spend a
day or two in fixing up tho springs and
shrubbery of ground. As for catching
fish, killing snakes, and "nipping daisies,"
aronnu Glen Fern, my girl and I con tend
to that without any assistance.
M. L. K. SCHRHElt,
Proprietor Glen Fern, Illinois.
Bloomkield, Ills, April 5, 1882.
AN IMPORTANT RECORD.
Several days ago Circuit Cleric A. II.
Irvin entered up tho following docu
mentsshowing transfers of pn perty of
which, in equity if not in law, tho people
of Ctiro and Alexander county aro part
First, John A. Jones, master in chancery
in tho U.S. circuit court for the south
ern division of Illinois, as Bpecial commis
sioner, to Joxiah A. Tlorsey snd Charles J.
Cauda; master's deed, dated December 22 I
1881 for "all real estate, rolling stock,
personal property ond assets in his hands
as receiver, also in real estate conveyed to
him by certain deeds recorded In recorder's
oflice of Alexander county."
Second, Henry W. Smlthers, receiver of
tho Cairo ond St. Louis railroad, to Josiah
A. Horsey; deed, dated January 30th, 1832,
for 'Tho Cairo and St. Louis railroad, its
equipments, rolling stock, lands, depot
grounds, franchises, trucks, and all other
properly and as.ieti whatsoever. Considera
J. BUBOES & BBO.
Will donato one hundred dollars to ony charitablo institution tho mayor of Cairo may
detignate, provided it can bo truthfully stated that we in any instance advertiso goods
qualities ond prices, that wo cannot show. It is a fact that at times we mention prices
for certain lines of goods that arc so ridiculously low as to seem impossible to tho
public, and even to other dealers, and wo do not blame them for their incredulity, be
ing ustV'y are, unaware of tho advantages uud facilities wo have for obtaining atcer
tain times large lotsof thonnst desirable good.-at prices greatly under their realvalu0
und hero are thu
ADVANTAGES WE HAVE:
FIRST The quantity of merchandise we buy to supply our numerous stores.
SECOND We have "ample capital and are prepared to buy chkIi donn.
THIRD Wo nro at all times represented in eastern markets by a resident buyer,
who is always on the lookout.
Now, it is by taking advantage of these opportunities that wo do from time to time,
name sueli apparently ridiculously low prices. For instance we are selling Middlesex'
Blue Flannel Suit, each suit bears the ticket with full name Middlesex Co. $10.00. None
genuine without ticket. A very nice Cheviot Suit for 'J.50, worth $15.00. A very nob
by Red Silk Mixed Suit at $12'S0, worth $19.00. We do not sell troodg tor less than cost.
We want it distinctly understood that we make a small profit 011 everything we sell, for
that principle by which n merchant can sell goods for h ts than cost, and mill keep store,
has never yet been discovered. CVine and see our g-ods. You will tot be importuned
J. BITKGKR &BEO,
.A.tl-'alac'o Clothing; House,
108 Commercial Avenue.
Third, Josiah A. Horsey, ct. ux., and
Charles J. Canda, et. ux., to the St. Louis
ifc Cairo railroad company; deed, dated
January 31st, 18S2, conveying "The
Cairo & St. Louis railroad, its equip
ment, rolling stock, lands, real estate,
depots ond grounds, franchise, track",
shops, olso oil property ami assets of said
road us acquired through Henry W. Smith
ers, receiver id sua r.uiroa i. Loiisuie-ra-
Fuiirtb, St. Louis i Cairo railroad com
pany to W. II. Smithers ami J. A. Horsey,
trustees; mortgage, dared renrnary 1st,
1832, on all railroad property and fran-
chis-8 of said
Loiti) Byron, in reference to a beautiful
Udy, wrote to a friend "Lady lias
been dangerously ill, but now lie is dan-
i:eroinly well again. American belies,
when attacked by any d the ills that llesli
is heir to. may be kept killiiiL'. and avoid
being killed iy t iking Dr. H. V. Pierce'
"Fnvoritc Prescription," which btnihhes
feminine wenknei-nes. and restores the blinmi
of health. By all diu.'gists.
LI M IT ATI ON I N SUlt AN CE.
THE OHIO LU.ItiLAUKlI At TENDING TO THE
AM-K-MKNT 1.1 fi HX IEIIEU UKKRlVl.
feU'AVlMi OK A YEAR'S IJtSIMi.'S.
li;.cil dr. of '.Uu l-ii.tis'J Tfl'juiJ )
Thy usc!uieul or iruveyard pimxj of
life insurance bids lair to Ih; cuiiducled un
der souk-soi t of restrain: in O.'iio hereafter.
A bill hat recently p.iascd the lower brnucli
of the legislature by tlio decisive Vule o
(54 to 14. putting tho bocit lie that deal in
this form of iii.iU Htjce under the control of
the state ii.bUiaiiC'-' department. Tnulid
vuiy can:iu;:y matured, and w Hie
ruau.t of tteeksul patient investigation and
study by the iiL-urance cotnin ttec. It for
bids a-seesmcnt associations iumg ponj
cies or 'certmcates lor over fi,w 10 uy
ono person until each society's total amount
ot insurance has reached l.WlyiiH); and
no certificate of over flO.UUd fli ill ever be
allowable. Secretaries and tren.siireis of
the associations are leq'lircd to give binds
ot $20,00') for 'lie faith! ut hauling of fund
and the solicitors ond ngeuis nunc alo
give bonds in lesser sums. The usoeu
tions nrf! prohibited fr on doing mi en iow
luent or a joint ii!'e and acci leut biiMiiet-,
and must not iuauie persons over i years
old. They are also prohibited from issu
ing certificates iu favor of any oilier per
sons than the hiiabauds, wive-, p treats, tit
ters, brothers or heirs of too ptities in
sured, and all who tire iiisuud must p ic a
Careful medical examination. Tim iiisiir
uiicu commissioner is uulhoiiz .d to inspect
thu books and works of the u.isocutioui nt
any tune, uud wliuu lie limU Hie managers
derelict may proceed against tliomat once.
The public injury wrought by the irre
sponsible assessment "mutual aid'' bocielien
has been so marked in Ohio and Pennsyl
vania that tho bill pissed the linUm eu.siiy,
and will probably go through thu senate
with few, if any, alterations.
At thu lust session of thu legislature a
mild tlTort ut controlling this phusu of in
surance was made, und a law compelling
tho societies to make annual report ,to the
commissioner was passud. Most of tho as
sociations complied with thu law, though
somu evaded it, and the rem't is thu first
official exhibit of "mutual aid" life insur
ance ever made. A curious exhibit it is,
Number of certificates (or policies) in
force at thu end of Uie year18U0, 41,24(5;
number at the end of 1881, .V,rj.j.
But there were issued during the year
41,(J2l whilo there were tut initiated by
cliath in that year 1,!")8, and by lapsing
21,1110. This shows a death latu of 30 iu
every thousand, and also shows that uDout
onu certillcatu holder out of three "gets
tired" and lets his "insurance lapse. This
is a severe commentary alike upon iho med
ical examinations of the so' ieties and of
the members' confidence in the stability of
The income and expenditure showing is
still more peculiar. Tho total money re
ceived during thu year was $878,784 10.
Of this amount, f 100,700.01 was paid in
tho settlement of death claims, and pM,
02(1.73 for expenses of management. Thu
"Iiisurniico at cost" scheme is thus seen to
swallow about 48 per rent of oil cnllertud
for "expense of manngeuieiit." Thu
worst managed of thu old lino companies
never mad quite ho ImiI a showing as that.
Thu hurtled part of tho exhibit ia yet to
come. Tho face value of the ci-riillcates
on which losses wore paid was f2,()l)8.1!ir),
ond of this less than twenty per cent was
paid in imesHinontH, mid of thu money that
was thus paid ouly 52 per cent ever reached
tho beuifiuiiincs. In other word, the
widows and orphans of thoso insured in
Ohio mutual-ai I assessment societies re
ceived about tea cents on the dollar of tho
face value of t'leir polirie. It certainly
is time th ; legislature interfered to pro
tect the people.
It would be a good thing it the legis
lature of IU'moN would do something of
this kind forthi protection of its citizens.
Tho state is literally over-run with that
kind of falaci"S, and tho people of Cairo
Iiavo more reasons to desire, aiid more
need, apparently, of mch protection thon
any other. They hav been victimized to
n unlimited extent, dating from tlio first
policy us je 1 by f ho Protection of Chicago
and running down to tho prernt day.
Throat, Bi-oim Mai, and Long Disca
a specialty. Send two ititmps for Urge
treatise giving self treatment. Address
World's Dispensary Medical AociatiuU
Buff:.., N. V.
Ot all the remedied on earth that wel 1
rosy rl t m a'tei.tinn. Dr. Thomas' KcWctric
Oil com nands eeeial mention. For won
druis power cure ilis ue, its ftme there'a
none can throttle. It merits are not ?n
the ptitf, but are inside the Mrle. Rh,-n.
matinm. lietirnk'i. soru thront. hfhma,
broiiehi'k diplnheri. i tc, ore all cured by
Thomas' EHectrx Oil.
CIO A If.
von SALE CY
We -ro urh "'.v I ! autimini'v thtt nnm of
Al'UI.I'il ft'OUuDA n a riiixttddt- Tor rr-fl.-c-tl'in
id ili,. ,,m ,. r MdMiuau uribo Kuiirth wurtl
ivl the ennuii, city vlt-i-tinu.
SALE OF UNCLAIMED TILO
J'KIUT. NOTICE IS JIElttHV GIVEN THAT
ON THE 17TH DAY OF APRIL,
A. D. 182,
At to ci'c'ork In ihu forenoon nt iho fn-1-.-hl homa
el the St I, iu, Ir.iu Mountain unrt ttuuliiern rut) -w
iv rniD)iitii in the city .1 Cairo, .lata or lliinnlf,
He- folloWMic tlvirrllifil artl tr conalpncil aa below
will lie ni nl public and on, topnj cUitrue via;
-iNsUtKKl. UCseitlPT ON.
.1 11. Ifi-eil tpku l:!) whet-la
" tu Mm M. I clival loola
I. . S Hml'it 1 box anuilrlea
Li'llln lltrhuri. 1 ndl. of ark
II. W. I'ruukcD m. il kcita beer
,I" . Slieer kixa
Bi'IIv.IIk lrw. Co 2 lx-i-r keg
II. Krnt.ke'D 6 burr kvan
1 hr br'
' Hri.fir.irrt l box b h gonda
:,.tt" B'lint Hhu iuiidrles
"A. . Jobimon j chet ooli
Uu I. lerhirl a hei r keBa
H-iirvWoiHlt. j nor,0 power
I oiiIh II, riiint 5 hel,rr k,.B
JlnrrlKou Wood a 1 bo h h pooua
lliitimin ,tai hx haiiiwaro
1 In I that came Imva hi'i-n received bv ill" tt Limit
Irnn Mnnutaiti and Sieiilmni rallvnar cimnany ua
1'oinm.iii currier". In tho remilitr courae ol huaiocaa
'tntHjlirnHa Hhnv to I'slro, lllluola, aod have been
t'elil the timu rrriii Irvrt hv law.
Tl"" Nl'. 1.' l it. IKON MOUNTAIN AND
.sornii;iu :itii.WAv company, nv
II. II. MltUUKN, AOKNT.
Haled Mnr-lt !I1M. Ifr'".
.H I LI. A X I) I'UMMISMON.
f ALLIDAY BROTHERS,
FLOl'Ii. HRAIN AND HAT
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.