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CAIRO. ILLIN0I8. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 1882.
A TO It
Treaaurer T J. Kerth.
Clerk Omnia- J. Foley.
MurhlI.. II. M yi!r,
ittorimy WlUInni Hendrlika.
Kirat Ward-Win. McHeln.T. M. Kliubrough.
tin-ond Ward- Ji'khi) Iliukle.C. N. Ilutjhe,.
Third Ward H. I'. Blake. John Wood.
Fourth Ward-Chariee O. I'atlur, Adoipb 8wo-
'''h Ward -T. W. Halliday. Krueet B. Petttt.
Circuit Ji'ili') ' I). J Huker.
Circuit Clerk A. II. Irvtu.
County Judcu K. ri Yocuui.
County Clem h. J. Humm.
Cotiuty Attorney-J. M. iMmron.
County Treaaurer-Mlloi W. I'erker.
rtueilir John llodirce.
Coroner K. Kltcrald
County Commlninnnere-T. W. HallldaT, J A.
Ulbb, aud l'uler faup.
("AI HO BAPTIST. -Corner Tenth and Poplar
J etreeta; preachlnit nrat and third Sunday, In
eac mouth, 11 m. aud 7:) P, m ; P"r' 8l-
HrHC'H OK TUB KBDKBM BR Klleeopal)
L Konrt'-etith etrect; Sunday T:9U m., Uoljf
Eu harlot; U :'4 a.m. Sunday ecnool : tl.OO am-.
Morning Prayer, -, :oo i. in., Evening Prayere. r.
p Davenport, H. T. B. Hector.
I'lKST M1S.SIONAKV BAPTIST CHCKCH.
t )tHit at K':30 a. n... 8 p. m.. and 7:30 p. m.
"abbatb echool at 7:) p. m Uev. T. J. Hhoree,
I r I HBKAN -Thirteenth ,treet; arrrhea 8aV
I j Utl. 1 :3i a. ru.; Snuday acbool t p. m. Her.
Ku'ippe, partJf .
MF.THOMKT-Cor. Eighth and Walnut elreela,
Preaching Sabbath ll:wa m. and7: p.m.
holiday school at AM p. m. Hcv. J. A. bcerietl,
IiKKSIlYTKKIAN -Kltfhtb treef. preachtnc on
rjobhaih at ll:') a. m. and 7:80 p. m.; prayer
mi-Hi -a Wcdiieday at 7:0p. m.; Sunday Scheol
at 3 p. m. Kcv B. V. 'Jeore, paator.
ST .losEIU -Otoman Catholic) Comer Croea
and Walnut alreete; aervlcea Habbath 10:80 a.
n.: Mindav School at i p. m. ; Veaper, i p. m. : ear
rtrt every' day at a. m. Met. U'Uara. Prteal.
L:T PATKIcK'M-( Koruan Catholic) Corner Ninth
l ftrt-et and Washington avenne; eervleeg Sab
nath hand la m ; Veapere S p. m.; Sunday School
i p. m. aervlcea evjry day at it a.m. Rev. Maatenou
K. K.TIMK CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. It.
TKAtSa tlKfiBT. TIUK AllKIVi.
Vail S 15a. m I tMall 4: a.m
tAccWdatiun.il :1oa.m Kxpreca ....... ll;to a m
tEipre., 4:lp.m I Accomdettou. 4:'tt p m
UHS CENTRAL B. It.
tMall 4:Va.wMall ,P-
tEit.re 10:15a in I tKxprena ll.30a m
ST L.C R R
Eiprt lores a.m
Accont'datitin. 1 :t p m
(Narrow Gui;e )
I 'KipniM p m
I Aecotn'datolD UM p m
T 1 I M
A H K R.
Expre UiVip m I tKiprta 2:r p m
JAccota nation. :'P m I tArcom'datton ll:4ia m
W A HASH. ST. LOL'IS PACIFIC R'T CO.
Mall fci .... :. "Mall El.... :'J)p m
Daily except Sunday, t Dally.
MOBILE OUIOU HI
Mall - f.V. m. I Mail ....S:S"p.
Expreoii .0i a. rn. I Kxprena Vp. it
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO It. R.
TRAINS KI N AS FOLLOWS.
Expre.a and Vail leaven Cairo. very day except
Sunday, at 10 '.'S a in. Arrlv.a 4: p m.
Accointnodntiomiriveaatli.M p. ru. and dti
partal I : p. m-
Walnut St, near 12th.
SUMMKUTEKM, from .laly.B, 12 weeks
FALL TERM, from Oct. 2, 12 weeks
Tl '11 ION FOR TEKJ
Conimon School. Academic and Commercial
QEOIWE H. LEACH, M. P.
Phvsician rmd Surgeon.
Special attention paid loth Homeopathic treat
ment or auriflcal dlioafea, and dlapaael of women
(ilHco: On llth atrect, oppoallo the Poat Offlce,
Cairo, 111. ,
JJU. W. C JOCKLYH,
OFFICE -Kluhth Street, near Comp-erctal Avenne
U. E W. WUITLOCK,
UFnui-No. M6 Commercial Avonao, betwaon
Babth and Ninth Stroet
PROritlETOR OV 8PROAT'B PATENT
Wholesale) Uoalor in Ice.
ICE PY THE CAH LOAD OR TON.WEH
? MIKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Bpeoialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
riMlK REGULAR CAIRO AND PADUCAU
A DAILY PACKKT.
1IENRV E. TAYLOR
Leave, Faducah (or Cairo dally (Sundaya except
ed) at 8 a.m. and M'ond City at I p tu. Hetnrn.
Ing, Leavea Cairo alt p. at. Mound, City at rjp. tu.
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Monday. Ju1vS4, and nntll further
nolle, the ferryboat Three Htatea will run aa near
aa poaaibleon the following time table:
.a . vii Liavia liavbi
Foot Fourth at. Minourl Land'g. Eentac.ky Ld g.
i: p. m.
7:00 a. m.
i 30 p. m.
7:30 a. m.
Fool Fourth at. Kentucky Ld'R. Minourl l.and i;.
' P. in. :ip. m ti:10 p. m.
On laat trip leaving Kentucky landing at S o'clock
p. m . the boat will go to Bird, Point, making con
nection with T. A St . L. paa.enijcr iralu for Cairo.
Klmt trip at H;:W a. in. leaving Cairo, Will connect
wttbT. A St. L. tralu leaving Cairo.
i C A
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
UREKA! EUREKA! I
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR-
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Atd Society,
Organized Jul v lith, 1877, Umler the Laws o
the Stiite of Illinois. Copvrlgutcd Julv
U, 1877, Uutlor ArtofCoiiereis.
1'. (4. SCHUH Prealdenl
O. T. hl'DI) vice Promdent
J. A. UOLDHTINE Treaauror
J. J. ((ORDON Medical Advieer
THOMAS LEWIS Secrotur-
J011N C. WHITE Aialetaut Hecrel.aJl
11. LKIOHTON, I b. THOMAS,
J. 8. McOAHKY.
William Htratton, of Stratton A Illrd, wholeaala
groenra; ram t. wcntih, wholeaale and retail dnin
elnt; Haniin Lelghlon, coninilaalon merchant; .Inn
B. McUahey, lumber dealer: J. .1. Oordon. nhv
Iclan; J. A, Ooldmlno, ofGolilstlno Ai Roaenwuter,
wholtiaale and retail dry good, etc; Win. F. Pitch
er, general agent; Henry U. Kills, city printer and
hook binder) Cheeler llavnea. Cornier: Jnn. (',.
White, aaalatant aucreiary and eollcitor: Albert
Level", dealer lu flour and gralu; K. Broaa, preal
dent Alexander County Bank; G, W. llundrlcka,
contractor aud builder; Cyru, Clnao, general
gnut;Tbomaa Lewla, aecrutary aud attorney at
law; L, 0, Tbomaa, broom manufacturer; W. I'
Rnaael, contractor and bnllderi 0. t, Itiuld
aguuiu. nt. Li, am. u. ralluoatli.MOHtia I'liimpn.car
nvutor: II. A. Chnmblev. contractor. Cairo, llln .
iuiy. i. Druenr, ciergvman.oi ttouii, mo., ,l . ll,
Uethuno, circuit clerk, Minla.lppl county, Chnrlea
ton. Mo, ; J. H. Moore . lavtver, Cotnmorte, Mo.i
I). Blngletarv, phvalclan, Arlington, Ky. ; -I. W.
I).... t Ll ... -t 1 I ' , I- . - 1 .1
l arry, pnviicmu, ruiton, rv. win, ityan, farmer,
miirrv, nT, n. DioiuDacn, raauuiaufctirer i pnu
dlerv, Evan,vllle, Ind. Ike Audoraon, lecretary
to auperlntendeut C. St. L, A N O. railroad. Jack
on,Tenn. J. -8. Robartaon, pbvnlclao, White
vllle,Trn. Tliomaa A. OnlHirn, barue.a maker,
01,1.1 Wm. L. Walker, "Dixie Advor
In Atrannv ' IIaII a.H.M. MUa
W. K Lamhiiin, rlvor editor oi i'ii a lltai.Ti
and ateambott paauner a:;ent. Order, for all
klndaof ateainboiit Job priuting aollclted. Ofllce
ul Plautera Hotel, No. M Ohio levee.
HTA0ES OF THE IlIVKH.
Tho rivyr nnrkeil by tlic gauge las even
ing at 4 o'clock at this port 2' feet 2
inches and falling.
Pittbburg, July 2(5-0 p. m. River 2 feet
and 0 inches and falling.
Cincinnati, July 20 0 p. m. River 11
feet 2 inches and falling.
Louisville, July 2G 0 p. m. River 7
feet aud stationary.
Nashville, July 2J 0 p. m. River 4 feet
11 inches and falling.
St. Louis, July 200 p. m. River 20 feet
2 inches and tailing.
Capt. Bill Harmou will have the Silver
thorn finely painted and improved gener
ally. As yet he has not decided where he
will jun her during the low water, but in
the mean time whilst she is lying here,
the captain will be prepared to take excur
sion parties at reasonable rates, For par
ticulars apply on board or to W. F. Lamb
din agent. Office 51 Ohio levee.
The Gus Fowler will report here this
evening and will, letve on her return at 7
The Granite State passed for Memphis
yesterday at 3 a. tn. She bad a moderate
Herman Weil, of Paducah, was a passen
ger on tho Fowler yesterday and left by
rail fot Ogden, Utah, where he is railroad
ing. The Paris C. Crowulrom Cincinnati will
Uave here this morning for New Orleans.
See W. F. Lamlidiu, ageut, office 54 Ohio
Yesterday tho weather was warm and
Tho Cons Millar from Cincinnati for
Memphis is due hern Saturday evening
The Andy B tum from Memphis for Cin
cinnati will report here to morrow morn
ing. W. F.Lambdin, passenger agent, 51
The Hudson from St. Louis is due this
evening for Paducah and Shawneetown.
W. F. LambJin, agent will furni.th tickets
to travelers at No. 04 Ohio levee.
The City of Providenco arrived last even
ing from St. Louis. She left at 12 last
The Fanuie Tatum is certainly doing a
good bubiuesj ou her present down trip
from St. Louis as she left there Monday
evening and up to the hour of going to
press had not arrived.
The John B. M.tude of tho Anchor line
is due here this evening sometime for Mem
phis. The W. P. Halliday from St. Louis, will
report here for New Orleans during this ev
ening. The John Gill more with tiiree barges
loaded with wheat, left for New. Orleans
yesterday at 6 p. in.
Capt. Wright, freight agent for the big
O line will have all the freight the Taris C.
Brown can take.
The Ariadne belonging to Capt. A. C.
Donnelly, is now lying at Cincinnati for
sale. She is an excellent boat, with full
beam, runs well, has three boilers, 2 16
inch cylindars and 6 feet stroke.
Council Chamber, J
Caiho. 111., July 25th, 1882. (
Present His Honor Mayor Thistlewood,
and Aldermen Blake, Halliday, Hughes,
Mcllalc, Swoboda and Wood 0.
Absent Hinklc, Kiuibrough, Patieraud
Tho mayor stated the object of tho meet
ing to be for transaction of general busi
ness. REPORTS OF COMMITTEES.
The finance committee: reported aud
recommended the- following ordinance:
ORDINANCE No. -.
Anuml Appropriation. 1)111.
An ordinance providing for the annual appro
prliilion for the iVal year ending April uoth. 1HM.
flection 1. Hut for tho durpoau of defraying the
neceiiiary expen.e, and coata of improvement, of
the city for tiui flucnl ye', beginning May 1, IHvj
Hml ending April .101 b, 1S:I, and for paving cortnln
llpibllltlc. ulruAilr Incurrnt ilm following aama or
ao much thereof aa mav bo required, bo and they
are hereby appropriated to the following purpoaei
From the General Fund.
I. To pay ealariea of the regular el'y
officer. Including police forte $10,501)
3. To pay coat of repairing, constructing
afid ruconatriicting eldewalla 6,000
8. To pav cunt of filling and Improving the
atreetaof theclly um 6,000
4. Topnynoetof drainage neresaary to he
done within tbu city, including coUof
diatnage pipe 2,'O0
6. To defray the uxpeu.ee of fire depart
5. To defray the expeutce of the B"ard of
riualth, in carrying Into eflnct theordl
uaucea relating to the puhlU health 1,(00
7. To pay expenaea of city clerk's office aud
cnu noil ch mber : -
8. To pay expenaea of annual city election 100
9. To pay coat of dieting prlaonera and .
expenieaof cltylall l.BOO
10. To pay coat of cltr printing . W)
II. To pay couponafioitt tho new boadt of '
th city dated July 1, lHTSand laaned pur
auaiil to an election held June liTtb, 187H,
which are not reglateted with alute auditor,
provided ,ald coupon, ahall only be paid
afterthe .aid new bond, are delivered In
exchange p, r old bonda, a, provided la or
dinance No. ai ; g.ooo
Alao auy um remaining inexpeuded from
previous appropriation, lor eald purno,o.
12. To pay lor ea, furnlhhed etreet lamp... ,wm
) J Provide for contingi-nt expenditurea 8,000
14. 1 pay cn,t of wldeuiug andetrencth n
) ling New luveo 10,fx)O
Tutil from gnerul fuud 3,150
From Railroad Strip Fund,
ror Improving Railroad aireel, betwoen St,
Charli, ,trrtet and Fourteenth atrcet,
the balance now remaining In eald fund 181 SH
From Hp clal Levee Fund .
To pav principal and Interoat of eertlflcate
laeued for mouiy borrowed under nrdl
nauceNo 85, approve! April llth, DM....15,000
On motion of Alderman Halliday referred
to ordinance committee.
State and city liquor bonds of the fol
lowing named persons were read for ap
proval: James Carroll, L. P. Scott, A.J.
On motion of Alderman McUale ap
Petition of Nelson Rix, Stephen Hudson
and others asking an abatement of side
walk assessment on lots 7 and 8, block 75,
city, as same is church property, was read.
Ou motion of Alderman Hughes referred
to corporation counsel.
Clerk read petition of Nick Williams
asking tbat ho be grantod permission to
finish the erection of frame building com
menced by him on lot 17, block 49, first
On motion of Alderman Swoboda refer
red to committee on police, jiil and fire
Clerk read petition of Mark Ktiti asking
that he be permitted to move house from
lot 2 to 0 in same block.
On motion of Alderman McIIalo referred
to same committee.
On motion of Alderman Wood meeting
adjourned until 7:3') o'clock Thursday
evening. I). J. Foley, City Clerk.
THE DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSIONAL
CONVENTION 20th DISTRICT.
The Democratic congressional couven
tion lor the Twentieth district will be held
in the city of Cairo on Tuesday, August
15th, 1882, for the purpose of nominating
a candidate for congress. The convention
w ill meet at 3 p. m. in the Opera House.
Each county in the district will be enti
tled to one delegate for every 200 votes and
one delegate for every traction over 100
votes cast in such county tor Hancock and
English in 1880.
By order of the central committee.
Wm. H. Green, Chairman.
Romeo Frioanza, Secretary.
I called th other day upon a bride
who was actually "doing" plain sewing.
I could hardly belit-vu the evidence) of
my senses at first; but is was true she
held in her hand a piece of tine un
bleached muslin w hich she was making
into a pillowcase, sewing the seam over
and over in the old fashioned way our
grandmothers did in tho long ago. Soon
the broad hem was turned down by a
thnad and sewed. Tho stitches were
so small and true that one almost need
ed a microscope to discover them. How
beautiful the work looked! "But why
do you all this by hand when you could
do it so much more quickly on your
mother's machine?" inquired it friend
who was present; "and why do you use
the unbleached muslin?" "Oh. it looks
so much better w hen it begins to be.
slightly worn; there are never any fray
ed corners torn out bv the wind when
the washing is out. nor dark lines nlon.
the hems when hanging on the line, an
I really like to sew as my mother taught
me bfforu machines were so common.
If 1 had a great deal of si-wing and little
leisure on mv hands, 1 shouldtiso a ma
chine; but 1 have an abundance of Uino
to do all I require. Of course, I might
have had all this work dono before I
was married if I had so desired. But
then I should have been so hurried that
iustead of helping mother, she no doubt
would have worked herself sick in the
endeavor to assist me. We did at our
leisure what wc thought necessary be
fore tho wedding, and then enjoved
each other's society in every possible
way by laying plans for my future im
provement, visiting pleasant, intelligent
people und sometimes taking long ram
bles together in tho grand old wood.
Now 1 liavc trunks full of cloth to bo
made into household accessories, and I
shall find tho task a pleasant one. The
unbleached sheeting wears longer than
tho bleached, and washes easier; that is
why I use it."
Nevada Honesty Rowardetl.
The old saw that "honesty is the best
policy," received a signal illustration in
Bodio on Wednesday evening. A well
known carpenter received between $100
nnd $200 for a recent job, and instead of
lumping, the town, iu has frequently
been done before by others, - he forth
with paid oil' a lot of debts, leaving him
but, a solitary half, Thinking this small
amount hardly worth keeping, ho step
tied into a faro bank nnd laid the com
hotween the jack and ace, winning. Ho
mado several more bct-t, winning nearly
every time, and soon had a pile aggro
gating $70. Such liLt.lt episodes as this
nerve to brighten tint pathway of the so
journer of the, mining camps. l irtjinia
There is nothing In thU world more
aggravating than to loso one sleeve
button, If a man could lose both It
would not be so painful. But. it is los
ing one that breaks his heart; for, if the
design be uumatchable, bo knows he
will tiAVor Vwi akin s It. unbind ha
Dry Quarters for Swine.
Perhaps there is nothing more cer
tainly damaging to a litter of pigs, or,
for that matter, to swine of any age,
than to have access to, and habitually
lio upon a manure pile. Men who build
basement stables, eiviriL' the story above
tho basement such width as will nfl'ord
a shed upon one or both sides, permit
ting manure to accumulate beneath
the-o, thus inviting swine to seek a
nesting plaeo in tnesi; accumulations,
might as well erect a dead fall, with ca
pacity enough to crush the swine stock
kept in a barn yard provided with such
a hot-bed nesting pi ace. We hnvo
known of dire calamity overtaking
swine that made their nest in manure
beneath the shed. In one case, high
bred swine to the value of two thousand
dollars, or over, were swept away by
wnai iiio owner prelerreii to call hog
cholera, but which was nothing less
than congestion of the luuirs. followed
by a low form of inflammation. A har
assing cough followed each animal up
until it died; a few, perhaps one in
twenty, lingered through the summer,
gaunt, wasted, ami coughing. Several
litters of very valuable pigs were lost
with this lot, the young pigs succumb
ing rapidly, as a matter of course. Va-
tiitnnl Live-Stock Journal, Vhwiijo.
An Appalling Thought.
During the second year of the war a
grocer in an Ohio town scaled his prices
by reports from the front. One day a
deftiat would cut the price of luiiter four
cents; the ne.U day a victory would
r;ue the price of eggs a penny a dozen,
and the victory or h feat wn.s "certain to
hit even the jar of nutmegs on tho top
shelf. One day a farmer who had some
butter to sell entered the store, and
asked the going price.
"1 am paying sixteen to-tlay, was
"But only two days ago you paid
"Yes; but you see Pope has been de
feated since that, and there is a back
action." The farmer .sold out, and
wanted the most of it in sugar, and the
grocer remarked, as he made ready to
weigh it, "Sugar has advanced a cent
a pound since, Monday."
"Mercy on me! llow is that?"
"Because tho rebels got licked in Ten
nessee." The old man sat down on a nail krg
and thought it all over, and presently
looked up and said, "My friend, if a
Federal defeat cheapens what you buy,
aud a rebel victory enhances tho valtio
of w hat you sell, what a li you'd bo iu
if there should happen to be a drawu
No Time to Tell a Lie,
Jesse C. had the reputation of being
the "biggest liar" in Georgia, aud was
never known to come out behind. Ono
hot day Bill II. sat on tho shady side of
his barn. After dinner he saw Jess rid
ing in great haste toward town. Bill
hailed him and went to the gate. Jess
asked what he wanted. "Stop and tell
us tv bi lie," said Bill. "No lime for
lying now," paid Jess. "Your Undo
Sol died suddenly an hour ago, and I
am g"ing for the coroner and ncollin."
And on lif went. Bill ran to the house
and loid iuj ',if('. She gathered up
the children. Ho hitched tho lmr.se to
the wagon, loaded in his family, and
posted off four miles through the heat
and dust to Uncle Sol's. On arriving
he found the family and the neighbors
in the largo kitchen, Uncle Sol buried
to the eyes in half a big water-melon.
The surprise was mutual and explana
tions followed. "Well," said Bill, "I
asked Jess for a big lie, and not only
Srot it but was fool enough" to believe it.
wouldn't believe him again if I knew
he was dying." M-trirttu Journal.
Mrs. Ole Bull has nearly completed
her reminiscences of the old man. She
is a remarkable woman in this respect
at least, that, although nearly thirty
years her husband's junior and although
ner husband has been dead for some
time, it has not occurred to her that tho
natural and proper thing: for her to do
U to set her cap for another man.
... m a
Shooting a Diamond Through a Mau'l
"When I was dow n in Texas, I al
ways carried a big roll of money around
with me. But so I would not bo apt to
lay myself liablo to foul play, I general
ly carried some loose change in my
pockets to settle all bills. Oneo, how
ever, I was in a saloon and having run
out of change, was compelled to pull out
my roll. As I did so I noticed a big,
rongh-looking Texan with a bad eye,
and a broad, outlawish-looking sombre
ro, with bis ga.o riveted upon me.
What I noticed more particularly was
a large and brilliant diamond he wore
in bis shirt front. I felt a little uneasy
about my money, and when I went to
bed ihat night saw that my navy re
volver was in good condition. 1 placed
Iho money and revolver under my pil
low. In the night I was awakened by
hearing some strange noise in the room,
and looking up I saw in a. far corner
something vcrv bi'i'hl, sparkling just
like a diamond. 1 instantly mado up
my mind thai the sinister-eyed follow
with the broad-brimmed bat was in my
room for the purpose, of robbery, per
haps murder. I knew I should have to
act quickly. I reached for my navy,
and inking aim at the diamond, fired,
There was a terrllie report, and the body
of the villain fell to tho floor with a
crash. When a light was obtained he
was as dead as a door nail. In the
morning wo looked for the bullet, and
also the diamond, which was missing.
We found them both imbedded in the
wall of the room. Tho diamond had
Eono through the unfortunate man's
cart aud lodged, with the bullet, in the
wall." The Bohemian.
If the young man who carried a flag
marked "Excelsior" through the moun
tains had ever slept on an "excelsior"
mattress at a country hotel, be would
have struck his flag and "raised hair."
Whil$ other Baking Powdert art largely
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
has been kept unchanged in all its original
purity and strength. The best evidence of
its safety and effectiveness is the fact of
Us faying received the highest testimonf
ais from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analyzed it, fret
its introduction to the present time. No
other powders show so good results by the
true testthe TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and Bt. Lout a, Mo.,
aanrMtarar. of l,Umlla Trart Qrnmt, nr. ?rtM. ft,ttal
riaturla, XU uu, ami Ur. Frl'. tW. r.rtHBM,
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Llfu Insurance Company
IN THE WORLD.
It alone lnue.
stipulating that tho contract of Initirance "ahall
Lot bo dlannted" after it le three yeara old,
aud tuut aucb policies ahall be
on receipt of aattefuclory proof, of death.
lta policy I, clear and comine, and contulua
NO AKDU0US CONDITIONS.
N. B -U FAD YOUtt POUl'IK.s. Compare the
abort aud altuple form need by tho Buultahle with
he long aud obacuro run tract a loaded clown with
technicalities I.huoiI by other compauieat
lit CASH RETURNS
to policy holder, are
N. II. See the many lo Hern Irom policy hotdvre
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