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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: IllIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER rt, 1878.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
IVl.r JIOUSISO (MONDAVI CXOKITKU).
Offlrc: Pulh-tin lluiiain,', Wasliliistou Avenue
" J)nHv (iletlvereil by c:irriersl per week 5 J
(y mail ilu udviina') ouu yunr '
Mx mouth 5
Throe mouth J
Olio BHIUIU 1 w
Hv mill (In advance) one. yenr ? J"
hll months 1 Vo
TlirH months , jj:
To duh of leu mil ovit 0er copy). . . . 1 M
I'unliitfi' lu all cusen pri pnlil.
Klirt liifiTllmi, per Hiiure 5 1 '"'
NitbMoiiuuiil itiKi-rfloJiH, per iMiaare J
For ouu week, per wunru J "
Kor two eek, pur niuiiro J J"
Kor three, week, J "
Kor ouu month ! "
Each uilillll.iuiil Kmio
Flrft lnncrtlon, per equuro S1
bllhiMHIIIt'lll liiwrlioiiH .,
Klirlit liiit M rf Kolid nonpareil coiiHlllilli- 0 miiMru.
DUplHWil mlverlli-enieiit will 1 I'hiiitfeil accord
ing lo the pnc occupied, lit aliovo rntetheru ou
Jna twelve line of mild type to the Inch.
To reeiilar advert Inera we offer nierlor Iwlnco
roenm. hoili n to rate of I'hiirnen and maimer or
illpliivln their fiivnri". .
Lot-iil notice twentv rent per lino for flirt Inwr
tlmi; tcu ceutK per lli'iu for each euhi'enueut Inter-
''t'oinninnlciillon upon ciiliject"iif i.-enernl IntereHt
to the public are tit all lime acceptable. Hcjectcil
(imnufcripfK will not lie returned.
Letter and coniiminlciitlon fhould bo addressed
Cairo llulletin. I'uiro. Illinois."
JSO. 11. OUEKLY. General Manager.
OFFICIAL rAI'Elt OF THE CITY AND COUNTY.
Only Morning; Daily in Southern Illinois
Thos. N'nlly, Kditor.
POn PTATR TIlKAHrilRIt.
EDWARD L. ClIUXKKlTK, of Stcphenon.
FOB HCPEP.INTKNDKNT Of ri'M.IR INHTnCCTlON,
KAML'KL M. KITE It, of -McLean.
FOR CLEItS OP TUB RCPIIKME rOCUT, gOlTllEIlN GRAND
JACOB O. CHANCE, of Marlon.
ron CLEIIK OP TUB APPELLATE COUHT, gOlTllEKS
JOHN Q. HAKMAN. of Alexander.
Foil CONIIllEllfl-EIOIITEENTII C0N(illt!10NAL .IHTUILT
V. J. ALLEN, or Juik-on.
Toil BEPBECKSTATIVBg PI1TIET1I HENATOIIIAL DI8
TIUIT. T. W. Il.W.UDAY, of Alexander.
T. T. KolilNON. of Ouckjon.
fiVc are authorized to annoiincc (ieo. W, Sam
nioun an a C'nudldate for County t'omnilio'imier ol
Alexander county at the euimliiij November election.
CP-Wo arc authorized to annotuice Win. J. Mill
ion! a a candidate for Comity Cominlloncr of
Alexander county, mbject to the decinloa of the
Jieopleat the election ill November next.
fiWe are authorized .o announce the name of
Samuel ltriley of Hazlcwood eh ft Cnndldnle for
County I'ominlfi'louer of Alexander county at the
fiifuina Novemlier election.
gr-Wc are authorized to announce John IlodL'en
n a candidate for Sheriff of Alexander county at the
I'nmiluu November election.
ItyWc are authorized to unnouneo H. C. LOF
LIS a a candidate for Sheriff of Alexander county,
pubjecl to the dcclxion of the pjople at the election
in November next.
HON. WILLIAM J. ALLEN.
(iidconda, Pope county, Friday, September. 6
Clay Mluen, Pope county, Saturday. September".
Ciilumbui", Pope county, Monday September tli
Azote Church drove, one mid a half miles back
f Hay City. Tile day. September lulh.
Vulonville, Mawic county, WedneJay, Septem
ber lllh. at 1 o'clock.
t'liion School Hoiine, Maiiic county, Wedne
ihiy. September 11th. lit 7 o'clock p. in.
loppii, Miiiuac county, Friday, September 13th, at
Metropolis Macfac county, Saturday, September
Mih. at 1 o'clock.
New Columbia, Maac county, Monday, Septem
ber Kith, at 1 o'clock.
Mil. OBEKLY'S APPOINTMENTS,
The Democratic ConP'reKloniit commltt.'e tempo
rurlly withdraw the appolntmentnif Mr. Johu H.
Oberly. In roncciiuctico of dckncpH and death lu
the family of that iieiitleman, anil hla coimeiiueiit
uecept-ary abw uce from home with hU family. Ilu
will npeiik ut Marlou, Carbondale, Dn(U(dn and
Chenicr In October llln iippolntmentu nt thiwe
)i!nee already publli'hed will be tilled by llou D. T.
l.luegaraud other able Democratic ipeakerH.
1 WILLIAM II. (.KEEN,
( hairman Democratic C'ou;'reniloiiiil Com.
C'llt'NCIL C'llAMIIKU, C.U110, Il.l.Si. )
C'AIIUl, 111., .Sl'Jit. u 1878.
rri'sint Alilcrman Hallkluy, Puticr,
ItittftiliotiK', Woml nnj Voctim 5.
Alis -tit Mayor Winter, Alili-rman Foley,
Ltnciihter, O'CiiUahitii, Tliistlewuoii ami
A tiimrum not lwinj; present, the conn
ril mi motion of Alderman Ilalliduy, ad
journed until Wednesday eveninir, Sept. 4,
to meet at tlie hour of 7 J 4' o.eloi k.
J. H. rmi.i.is,
(Adjourned H. Mlar Meeting )
ClIl'NCIL ClIAMIIKH. C'AtUO, 111. )
Sept. 4, 1S78.
Present Mayor Winter and Aldermen
Huilidny, Laneitster, ltittcnhotme, Tliit-tle-ViamI,
Wood, Wright and Yocum 7.
Al-sent-Foley, O'Cullahan and Patier
On motion of AM. liittcnhonse. tl.
luinutr.B of las-t uvular and interven'mo;
ix'ciiil meetings were approved without
nEIMIITH OK CITT HKKK Klts.
H)f W. H. Sehutter. Mud mipervisor, for
the month of August was rend und on mo.
tion of Aid. Thixtlewood referred to the.
committee on rlaiins.
Of John J. Hi rd, poliee nmtrnt for the
month of July, 1 7, wutirulmnttod, and on
imition of Aid. Lanciwter received and or
Of John II. Robinson, justice of the
pciiee, for the montlu of February umi
March, A. D., 1878, v.ere read, nnd on mo
tion of Aid. Wood received und or-tli-icd
Of A. Cominyts, justice of tho peace, from
May 1st to November !10, 1877, were huIj
mittcd, and on motion of Aid. Wood,
referred to city comptroller; and that tho
city clerk bo instructed to call upon Justico
of tho Peace A. Coming for hiu report from
November at), 1877 to date.
Of H. P. Parker, city treasurer, for tho
month of August, was submittted, and on
motion of Aid. llalliday, referred to cily
clerk for verification.
UUrOUTS OK COMMITTEEH.
The flnnnco committeo reported the re
ceipt from II. P. Parker, city. treasurer, thu
sum of f474,21.
General city orders redeemed and can-
celled during tho month of August, all of
which they had destroyed on August SJil
On motion of Aid. Wright, report re
ceived and ordered filed.
Committtee on police, jail nnd firo de
partment asked and was granted further
time to make report on the several matters
referred to said committee.
The board of health submitted a report
congratulatory of tho sanitary condition of
the city, saying that tho strict sanitary reg
ulations must bo kept up und rigidly en
forced even should wo be compelled to en
forco more stringent quarantino regulations
at tho expense of private interests, etc.;
submitting expense bills incurred in curry
ing out quarantine regulations, etc., and
recommending the appointment of four
additional special policemen to act as health
On motion of Aid. Rittenhouse, report
recieved, ordered tiled, recommendations
concurred in and tho accompanying bills
referred to tho committee on claims.
Of Thomas Clark asking the privilege to
use St. Slary's park, on Saturday, Seotem-
On motion of Aid. Lancaster, granted.
Park to bo used under direction of commit
tee on streets.
Aid. Patier appeared in his seat.
Hcport of J. 1). Phillis, city comptroller,
for the month of July, giving the expendi
tures made in each fund, and tho balance
in each, on August olst. 1878, was submit
itErours ok city okkicehs.
What Purpose Appropriated.
Contingent after j
u iiiii'ier lu vice -tllHH
liy amount traiiK
fd from Cache
river fund, acet
Cache Hrldu'P . .
To am't tratiffd
acct. C. Tlirupp,
$.475.(0 l;i..V.'l Ml H.II50.14
On motion of Aid. Kittenhou.se received,
ordered published with the iiroceedings
CLAIMS AND AC'COCNTS.
The following salary bills of regular of
ficers for tho month of August, 1878 were
lletirv Winter. Mayor $41 07
.1. IJ.'Pliillis, Clerk 7.1 00
11. P. Parker. Treasurer .10 00
C. U. Arter, Marshal 75 00
Win. B. Gilbert, Corp'n Counsel .. . 91 (17
Win. Q. McGee, Attorney 20 8:(
J. J. Bird, Magistrate 25 00
Wm. P. Axley, Police Officer (10 0(1
Andrew Cain " " (10 00
John Hogan " " (10 00
Geo. K. Olmsted " " (10 00
Geo. Wilson " " 00 00
Thos. Gorman, Street Supcrintcnpcnt 00 00
HILLS OF HEALTH OFKICEHS FOH AUOUST.
James Stinimerwcll, health officer.. $73 00
B. F. Jenkins, special police and
health officer ass't , 24 days, $2 00
per day 48 00
Fred Whitcamp, same, 111 " "
perdny 20 00
Warren Wims, same, " " "
per dav 2(1 00
Daniel McCarthy, special mounted
police and health officer ass't., 11
days, fc! 00 per day 33 00
Hubert H.Baird, Jr., same, "
days. :J 00 per day 83 00
J. W. JIerrvman,samc, "
days, flOOper day 33 00
Charles Gayer, same, "
days, $300 per day 33 00
On motion of Aid. Wood, allowed and
ordered paid by the following vote:
Ayes llallidav, Lancaster, Patier, Ritten
house, Tliistlewood, Wood, Wright and
Other claims and accounts as follows:
J. G. Barnard, 131)55 ft. oak lumber
at $14 f 105 35
W m. .Minimi, 12 days labor on side
walk, at 1 50
James Keating, 27 days, same, at
John Sullivan, hauling 24 loads
lumber, at 30c ,
W. II. Sehutter, 27 days superin
tending street tax laborers, 1 50
P. Muhoney, adavswith iail unmr
on streets, ijiij 00
M. Houlihan, 2 davs, same, 1 25.
Julius Serbian, 1747 lbs. ice, up to
Hate, lor street laliorers, 2c
Julius Serbian, 105 lbs ice for iail
gang up to date, c 3 10
C. W. Henderson. 1 raku nnd whet
Thomas Mehun, 15; davs hauling
Willi team, tilling pom), $3 50..
Win. Daily, 7?.( duvsuine:2 50 tier
day 19 38
Wm. Gearen 12 days same $2 50 per
day 30 00
F. Whitcamp. UK siime at 12 80
l r day i 30 23
P. Fitzgerald, 0$ daya same, (2 .00
per day 10 25
MikoGalvin, 7,l days same, $2 50
per day 18 12
Albeit Smith, 12 days same, $3 CO
perdny 31 25
Fred Koehler, O.tj days same, $3 50
pit day 15 (13
James Ross, 5 days same, $3 50
per day....' U 37
S, E, Powell, 1 j days' labor samo
$1 25 per day 1 87
Jim Russian, 3 ft days' labor same
$1 25 per day 4 37
P. Sullivan, davs' labor samo
p 25 perdny ..." 0 (19
Anthony Smith, 7,4 days' labor
same $1 25 per day 0 00
P. E. Powell, 0 davs' labor samo
$1 25 perdny 7 50
Win Carey, 5,' days, same, $1 23
per day. . .' 7 fid
Dennis Devine, 4 days, same, if 1 25
per day 5 00
Leon Harris, 2 davs same, $1 25
per day 2 50
James Brown, 2 days, samo, $1 25
per day 2 50
Thomas U'alsh, 4 '4 days, same,
$1 25 per day 5 31
John Lane, 2 davs, same, if 1 25 pet
day . 2 50
Scott Carv, 4 days, same, $1 25 per
day..." 5 00
Mike Diiscall, 7 ilay9,saine,$l 25
per day I) (ID
Pat Lane,' 0 days, same, $1 23 per
day 7 50
George Pierce, 4 days same, $125 ,
per day . 5 00
P. W. Hall, 4 days, same, $1 23
per day 5 00
L. Taylor, 4 days, same, if I 25 per
day 5 00
Mike Diiscall, 4J days' labor on
drains, $1 25 per day 5 02
James Spencer, 4 J j days, same, $1 25
per day 5 02
Anthonv Smith, 4i days, same,
$1 25 per day 5 02
James Wheeler, 3j days, same,
$1 25 per day 4 37
Cairo City Coal Co., 70 trips with
tugs in quarantine service, $5 00,330 00
Dr. C. W. Dunning, 20 visits to boats
and passenger trains as quarantino
physician, $5 00 1-0 00
N. Feith, 1 coffin nnd burying Lewis
Clark 20 00
Sol. Fatnbaker,. 15 davs clerk of
board of health, $3 00 30 00
Sisters of the Holy Cross, mainte
nance, nursing, medicines and bur
ial of Martin" Althon 12 00
Sisters of the Holy Crosss, 12 days
maintenance, nursing and medicine
to John Sweeney, $1 00 12 00
Dr. J. J. Gordon, 7 visits to John
Sweeney, $2 00 14 00
J. Hurger cv; Co., blankets, quilts,
sheeting, etc H 15
Wm. Harrell, mattress, bedstead am1
pillows 0 00
Henry Winter, cash paid for tele
grams to W. U. T. Co.. etc 28 05
Cairo Printing Co., printing quaran
tine regulations, card board and
news print 4 50
L. L. Davis, printing notices to hot -l
keepers 1 00
I. Fatnbaker ic Co., coat, hat and
handkerchiefs to Brown 2 25
Western Union Telegraph Co., tele
grams 15 00
15. F. Parker, journal fur board of
Barclay Bros., copperas, carbolic acid,
do., powder, etc 21 30
T. Vincent, 15 bbls. lime, $1 13 00
Cairo Citv Gas Co. 1 Mil. 50c, and
281; (. tar, $2 57 50
Tims'. McCabe, (),'; days with cart,
distributing tar, $2 13 00
P. Mithonov. !'..' days disinfecting
wilh tnr."$2.7. 1:1 00
Henry Whitcamp. 4 days with teutn
disinfecting with lime, carbolic
acid, etc., .2 per load $ 8 00
Minnie Vincent, hauling 1 barrel of
James Powers, wagon rack for haul
ing tar 75
J. B. Phillis, pass book for health
Julius Serbian, 580 lbs ice, 2c per
pound 11 00
Fred Whitcamp, moving oll'al from
Aug. flth to 31st at $55 per month 42 17
John Hrown, removing dead dog. . . 25
Minnie Vincent " " hog. . . 50
Mrs. P. Pond " " " 50
Thos. Mehan " " "... 00,
Thos. Williams removing dead hog
and disinii'eeting cistern 2 00
Cairo Bulletin, printing 200 health
officers' notices 2 50
Cairo Bulletin, printing slips for
board of health 1 00
Cairo Bulletin, printing garbage
cart notice 2 40
Cairo Bulletin, board of health
meeting . 1 00
R. H. Cunningham, rent of council
chamber up to Sept. 1st, 1878.... 10 00
J. 11. Phillis, stationary clerk's office 2 75
A. W . Pyatt it Co., news print 1 00
Cairo City Gas Co., gus consumed
in council chamber up to Septem-
temberlst t 1 05
Barclay Bros., ink and pen holders.. ' 30
P. Muhoney, dieting prisoners dur
ing month of August 08 00
P. Mahony dieting prisoners before
trial during month of August, ... 12 50
Cairo City Gas Co., gas consumed in
city jail up to Sept. 1st 1 30
F. Vincent, 1 barrel lime for cily ,
jail 1 15
Cairo Bulletin, printing stock notice 2 ft)
Same, printing proceedings of Atig.O 04 H)
Same, advertisements for sealed pro-
posals to contractors 24 0U
Same, publishing ordinances Nos,
21, 22, 24, 25, 2(1, 27 and 28 01 45
Same, printing slips of ordinances., 50
Same, publishing proceedings of Au
gust 13, 17, 11), 20 and 2!)th and
conies of uaner 34 00
Taylor & Parsons, rent of lots 33 and
34, block 48, from Dec. 0, 1874, to
JuneO, 1878, and taxes 201 88
11. T. Gerould, putting down drive
well at court housu 44 43
A. W. Pyatt & (lo., one 7Ji quire
journal for treasurer's office 7 00
Cairo City (Jus Co., gas consumed at
police headquarters up to nept, . , 4 1.)
On motion of Aid. Patier, referrred to
committeo on claims.
The bill of A. Comings" for uncollected
fees from May 1, to Nov. 30, 1878, for
$128 25, on motion of Aid. Wood, was re
ferred to city clerk with instructions to re
port thereon ut next meeting. .
Ou motion of Aid. Wright, tho city clerk
was instructed to receivo proposals for doing
the cily printing to January lst,.next, under
such arrangements as existed last year, and
report the same lo tho next regular meeting
of the city council for approval.
The liquor bond of Mrs. Carthurine
Weber was presented for approval, nnd on
inoiion of Aid. Lancaster, approved.
Bonds of B. P, Jinkens, Daniel McCarthy,
Charles Gayer, R. II. Baird, Jr., and J. W.
Merrymnn, special police officers, wore pre
sented for cpproval, and on motion of Aid,
The clerk opened mid read tho following
proposals for tilling Seventh street, between
Walnut and Cedar streets, iz:
Thomas Mehan, Lid twenty-live cents per
cubic yard; Win. Daily, twenty-three cents
per cubic yard.
On motion of Aid. Wood, referred to
committeo on streets.
The mayor reported the release from jail
of Cartharine Stokes.
The mayor appoin ial police
constables in accordance with recommenda
tion of the board of health, to act as ns
sistsnt health officers, the following:
Miles W. Paik T, Jacob King, J. S. Haw.
kins and It. R. Hurd.
Confirmed by the following vote:
Ayes llalliday, Lancaster, Patier, Rit
tenhouse, Tliistlewood, Wwd, Wright and
Bonds of above special police constables
were read anil on motion of Aid. Lancaster,
Ou motion of Aid. Tliistlewood, the
mayor was authorized to accept the service
of such citizens as may oiler for patrol ser
vice, and to swear them us special police
constables for tho city.
On motion of Aid. Wright, the finance
committee were authorized to confer with
the Hibernian fire company, with a view of
arranging for the use of tho hall of that
company for a council chamber and clerk's
Aid. llalliday submitted tho following
resolution und moved its adoption:
Resolved, As the demands upon the
funds of the city treasury at the present
time tor tin' proper preservation of the
health of the city and the maintaining of
nn effective quarantine against the introduc
tion of yellow fever into our midst, und the
indications are that such expense will
have to be kept up for some weeks, there
by demanding for such purposes all the
avuiliible appropriated funds of the city;
therefore, be it
Resolved, That all work on streets, side
walks, etc., other than the work being done
by persons in lieu of street tax. be sus
pended, and that the street superintendent
Ik: instructed to take chure of nu ll per
sons working out said street tax.
On motion of Aid. Wood, the council ad
journed. J. B. Phillis,
IMtY (loops, ETC,
UOS EX WATER.
The. largest wliolrsule and retail Dry
(iiods nnd Clolhiiig House in this City;
uie receiving new Goods daily and arc
ofei'ing great lairgiuus ill tlieinost hand
soiie lines of CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
aid MATTINGS; Silks, Ciiliiucres, ',ou
rctes, and a great many other new
sties of Dress Goods, Fans, Etc.; in
fiit in every (lepartiiiciit of tlicir husi
uss, they cordially invite the public
tocnll and sec their stock.
Estate of Mary Sweeney, deccaiicd.
'he undersl'.'ned. bavins; been appointed executor
orUie hist nill and tiuooelit of Mury Sni'eiiev,
hit' of the county or Alexander and Slate of llii
lin. deceased, hereby i.'lve notice that he w ill 11 p
pur In lore thecoMiity court of Alexander enmity,
ill lie court house in Cairo, at the October term,
ml In third Monday lu October next, ut which time
ill p'T-ou. havlna: claim iiu'iiIiiM iuid estate are no.
Il:cil ami reiiieled to attend lor the iurpose 11I
hivluit the Hiiiue adjusted. All person" iiiilcbleil lo
sad estate are rviiiiestid to make llnmeiliale
pivtncnl 10 the undersigned.
Jnted thin twentieth dav of Auie-t. A. D. is'.s.
HEMtV fl. CANDLE. Executor.
Hy virtue of an execution tome directed, by the
eer'k of the circuit court of Alexander cinniiv, hi
tie state of Illinois. In favor of Theodore Phillips,
mil H'.'illli"! Joseph ('. Ilurchvetl, I have levied
tpon the I'oIIowIiik described property, to w II : The
Kiuthwest quarter of llni northwest (itarler of sec
ton elejit S) in Town-hip No. fourteen (Ml. south
miiL'c three :) wot of the third principal meridian
'II Hie county of Alexander anil stale of Illinois,
Ahlch I sbaH otler lorsalo at public, vendue at the
southwesterly door of Ihecourt house lu the city ol
Cairo, county of Alexander and state of Illinois, on
tho seventh (7) (lav of September, 1S7S. at eleven
o'clock a, m. Dated at Cairo, Illinois, this 1 -it It day
of August, A. 1)., 1STS. l'ETEH WAIT.
PMI N ISTRATO R'S NOTI CE.
Estate of ClIAill.r.s Wkiikii, deceased.
The nnilcrslirncd, havlnir been appointed Admin
istrator of the Estate of lliarles Weber, late of Ihe
County of Alexander and State of Illinois, deceased,
hcrehv ejves nollee that he will appear before the
Coiintv Court of Alexander County, at the Court
House In Cairo, at the October Term, on the Third
Monday In October next, at which time all persons
ImvliiK claims aualnst snld estate are untitled and
requested to attend tor tho purpose of havluirtlio
same adjusted. All persons indebted to said eslale
lire miui'sit'd iu ihiiko imiiicuiiiiu piijiiieui 1,1 inu
Dated this Seventh duv or August. A. I). 1S7N.
F. M. STOCfvELETII. Administrator.
Statu of Illinois, Alexander County, ss. In the
AleMiiiiler Coiinly circuit Court
Patrick Muhoney, et nls., vs. Timothy Muhoney,
.Vary Corcoran ami rnlricK 1 orcorau. raniiion
I'ulillc notice Is hereby ulven that In pursuance of
a decree rcnilcrcii nv sain court in ine annvoeiitmco.
ciiiise 111 the M 11 v term. A. II.. lb'.H. 1. John O llar-
1111111. Master III Chanccrv of said county, will ou
Frldav, Ihc4lh dav of October. A. D., IH7S, at the
hour or III o'clock a.m.. sell at public auction to the
liliiheMt bidder for cash nt Hie westerly door of the
Court bnue In thu citv ol Cairo, lu said county und
state, the following ileseruieii real esiuie, 10-wii;
Lot number thirteen, tlill In block numbered forty.
seven. 1 4'.' 1 lii the first addition lo the citv of Cairo,
in tin said county or Alexander, slate of Illinois,
together wllh tlie privileges nnd appurtenance
thereunto lie otiulinr ortlicrcioappcrtaiuiuir.
1 JOHN if. HAKMAN,
Master lu chancery .
L'Allto, Ills., Kept. 5:11,1878.
r "1'rM I 'in
Pint .Bottles, with Directions.
25 CKXTiS VEll DOTTLE.
sir nmifi yaw
VUI PJV1LV 1. V U ILVL
In Cartoons, with Directions.
25 CIS. EACH, Oil WEIGHED OUT T 10 CIS. PEll LU.
Chloride of Lime;
13 arcl ty
nmrn V !r 1
VJU 1 .1 A ) 1 J I i
LIFE ASSUKASCE SOCIETY
ASSETS, June 1, 1$K
(No Premium Notes.)
Surplus over Six Million Dollars.
The Must important qtichtioti for tlmse insuring their Jives is "WHICH COM
PANY IS STRUNG ESTf
The. strongest company is thu one which lias the most doughs of well invested
ASSKTS Foil KVKHY DOLI.All OF MAlllLITIUS.
Of tho seventeen largest Life Insurance Companies of the United States, tho
atioof assets (excltnliiif,' premium notes) to liabilities, the Equitable is largest, being
121.1)0. The sccoikI largest is 119.77, ami the third largest 117.32.
5-tTThesc figures are from the oflleial report of tho New York Insurance Depart
ment, June 1, 1S79.
Crow more popular every day, and are
"i ll 'jrn
at Low Prices.
13 ro tl 1 ers
made a specialty.
Con. Twelfth Stkeet,