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CAIEO. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2, 1882.
Mayor N. B. Thistlawood.
Treasurer T. J . Earth.
Clerk lclinle. J, Kolcy.
C(iuuclor--Wiu. B. Gilbert.
MarHbul 1.. U. Meyers,
Attorney Wllllm lUtidrlcke.
HO HI) or ALDIHMI.
Kirt Ward Wm.MelUlo.T. M. Klmlirougb.
iSiic.oii I Ward- Jw IliulilB, (-'. N. Hughes.
Third Ward-H. K, Blake, John Wood.
Kuurib Ward -Charles 0. Patter, Adoipb 8wo-
'"''fib Ward T. W. llalllday, Ernest B. Pettlt.
Circuit Judge-D. J.Hakir.
rlrcnit Clerk A. II. lrviu.
on nt y Judt: K. S Yocmn.
County Clerk-H- J. ll'inim.
County Attorney J. M. Damrou.
County Treasurer-Mllus W. Parker,
ritif iltr John Hodges.
County I'oramUaiotiera-T. W. Halllday, J.
(itiilis and Peter i-anp.
CAMK'J ii VITHr -tVirner Tenth and I'opiar
streets; preaching flrt and third Sundays In
,.!n o m nitli. 1! a m. and 7:i t tn ; prayer meet
lt.ii TuifUy, 7:-ip. di.; Hunday .chool :.Wa.m
h K' V- A. .1. HKS.i, Pastor.
HH'UCII OP THE KEOBEMKH Kplaeoual)
j Fourteenth street; Hunday : '.. Holy
Km h rfUti V am, Sunday s hool ; U u)e m..
Morning Prayer.; e.o" t. ro., Evening Preyere. K
1' )v. nporl, S T. H. Hertor.
I-Ml.-W MLSSlONAHY BAPTIST CHCKCH
V t'r.-arMi:g e . n. ,3p. m , and T: P- m.
.abb ."ti school tt :. p- id Hev. T. J. Shores,
11" i IIKftAK -Tblrtutu swst; service Hah
4 l.vh 1 .iit h m ; nr,day school 2 p. m. Kef.
KnHi ;':, past ,'r.
MK''iH)!lhT-Cor K1(htt and Weluul streets,
Prearhtng Habbatb U:i)a. m. and7:S0 p. m.
Mndsi school at 4:i p m Kev. -I. A. Scarlett.
Ilt .' HVTKK1AN -K'.ghtb street; preaching on
1 hi.',! nth at 11 I m. nd 7:) p. m.; prayer
nunt": Wednesday at 7:lp. m.; Sunday BcUeol
at 3 p.m. h-v B. V. Oeorie, pastor.
ST. I'tl II S--Ho"ian Calbollc) Corner Cross
ti Walnut street"; servlcns Sabbath 10:80a.
n.; no ty nrhool at ; p. m.; Vepers 3pm.; aer
nr.. -t , day at 8 a. m. Ke. O'Uara, Priest.
ST. PATkli'K S-Koman Calbollc) t'omrr Ninth,
uruui and Waahlnirton avouue; crvlto 8ab
oa'b 8 aud 10 a. m. ; Veapora S p. il.; Sonday bcbool
i p. ra tervtcct very day at 8 a m. R. MivUfraou
Ii. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLlN'Oia CENTRAL K. R.
THUNiHEPAKT. TKAWa 1RBIT1
t Accom'dtttlon.ll :10 a.m
AociiodaUuii..4:05 P m
t bipnwi 4:31 p.tn
MIS CENTRAL B. K
Vil t-M a m
tMall ... RP
(Narrow Game )
Eiprata 4:35 P tn
tExpre- 10:lJa in
ST. L.C. K K
Eipre." 1":25 a m
Atcom'datlon. :Jt P m
1T I. . I . M
& 8. K R.
tKiprt; ll:)p m I tfiprea StV1 P m
rAf'com aatton. :,jp ra i taccooj bium.u.w
WABASH, ST. LOl'IS PACIFIC R'T CO
MI14Ki.... 4:4SvmMall Jt Kx....9:Jnpm
Dally eicept Sasday. , t UaUy, '
MOBILE OHIO H K;
Mai! A.OSa. m. I Mail .:V) p. tn.
Kiprt-a. 6:0.". a. m. I Bxprwi -.:rp. m
ST. LOUIS & CAIK0R.K.
, i 1 i ;
TRAINS RL'N AS FOLLOWS.
Kipr"M and Mail lravoa Cairo. tery day flffpt
haudav. at Hl:Si a. m Amv . 4 fi p m.
Accommodation arrive at IS:' p. m- d da
parti at l: Jip. in.
Walnut iSt.. near 112th.
SUM MEKTEKM, from July 5, 12 weeks
FALL TERM, from Oct. 2, 12 weeks
Tl'ITION FOR TERM
" WK Eli
Common School. Academic and Commercial
II KN It Y V L.O Y L), 'IVac ht-r.
QEOUGE II. LK.VCII, M. D.
Plivsioian and Surgeon.
Special attention paid to th Homeopathic treat
mi nt of utmlcal diaee. and diaeacea of woman
'"omce'On Hth street, opposite the Poit Oillce.
JR W. C. JOCFLYN,
OFFICK-Rlirhth Street, near Comp-Tf,la: Ateiinn
It. E. W. WniTLOCK,
Dun tal Surgeon.
Urncs-No. I SB Commercial Avenuo, bstween
KkMIi and Nluth Htreeta
ruonuETou of sraoAT's tatent
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICK I'Y THIS CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
?r:KED FOR BHirPINO
Oar I.oada a Special tv.
Cor.Twell'tli Street and Levee,
HENRY E. TAYLOR Maater
GEO. JOBES Clerk
Leavea I'adacab tot Cairo dahy (Sundaya except
cd) at 8 a.m. and Mound City at I p m. Kiiliiru
lug, L avea Cairo at 4 p. in. Mound. City at 5p.m.
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE l-to STATES.
On and afttr Mondav. July ji. and nnlil further
Uutic'.lhu ferryboat Three States will run as near
as possible on tUe fullowlni; time table:
riMIB IIBOL'LAR CAIRO AND
A DAILY PACKKT.
'.tans liitis Mini
Fool Fourth it. Mlssoorl Land g. Kentucky Ld g.
:30. m. 7:00a. ra. 7::)'.in.
10::i " 11 : " 11:31 '
J:iKJV. m. 2: JUp. m. J;(Wi, m.
I.eav Iiavfl Lave
toot Fourth st. Kentucky l.d'g. Missouri I.atrl'i;.
4')p. m. 4::) p.m 6:10 p.m.
On last trip lea vtnit Kentuckv landing at 4 : i o'clock
p. m., the boat will go to Birds Point, making con
nection with T. St. L. pastcnger train fr Cairo.
Flrsl trip at :: a. m. leaving Cairo. Will connect
lth T. ft St. I. train leaving Cairo.
Mi ri"AL AID SOCIETY,
JjJUREKA I EUREKA!!
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society
Orgnnlied Julr Uth, 1877, TJnrtor tbe Laws u
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted Julv
D, 1877, Untler Act of Cougrt'is.
C. T. RCOD
J. A. GOLDSTINE
, Medical Advisor
1 1 KtM A 3 l.r. I CI
JOHN C, WHITE Asslstaut SvcretaJt
H. LKIGIITON, L. h. TIIOMAH,
J. C. WHITE, W. F. PITCHER,
J, S. MCUAUKl.
HOAIIU OF M AN AG K US:
William Stratton, of Htration A Bird, whulesaU
Krocrrs; Paul u, Schuh, wholesale and retnll ilm
glut; Haxen Lslghton, commission merchant; Jan,
H. McGaboT. lumhor dealer: J. J. Oordon. nhvs
iclan; J. A. Goldmine, of Goldstine K RosetiMKter,
wholesalu and retail dry goods, ate; Wm.F. Pitcli
er, iteneral aicntj Henry B. Ellis, city printer and
book bludt-r; Chester llaynea. Cooper; J no. C.
White, assistant secretary and solicitor: Albert
Lewis, dealer In flour and eraln: F. Bross, ureal
duut Alexander Connty Bank; (J. W. Hendricks,
contractor ana builder; Cvrui Close, iteneral
anent ; Thomas Lewis, secretary and attorney at
law; L,H, Thomas, broom manufacturer; W. K
Rnisel, contractor and builder; C. T, Rudd
agent C. St. L. N. 0. rallaoad;Mose Fhlllips.car
nenter: H . A. Chumhlev. contractor. Cairo. Ills.
Rut. J, bpencer, clervman,St Le tilt, Mo,; J. If,
Uethunt, circuit olerk, Mississippi county, Charles
ton, Mo.; J. H. Moore , lawver, Commerce, Mo.'
D. Blngletarv, phvslclan, Arllmton, Ky, J. W.
Tarry, yhTstclau, Fulton, Kt. t Win. Ryan, farmer,
Mnrrv.Kv. ;A, Btelnbach, manufacturer of sad
dlerv, Evanavlllo, Ind.ilke Anderson, secretary
, I . n at. t r, H .1 .t.Mu
son, Tenn. ; J. 8. Robertson, phvalclan, Whlto
Tllle, Teun . Thomas Osboro, barnesi maker,
Bolivar, Ten . : wit. L. Walker, "iUie Advsr
tslnir AgeaT ' Holly S priori, Mise
W. F Lanuium, rlvrtr editor or 'ni! Ilt't.i.TiN
and steamboat imea,wr a,'i;tit. Ordnrs for all
kinds of steamboat Job pntilliiK solicited. Office
at Planters Hotel, No, M Ohio luveo.
STAtJKH OK THK RIVIiR.
Thu rivur murkel ly tlicMii last even
in(,' t 4 o'clock tit this port 20 feet 5
inchort auJ falling.
Pittsburg, Au. 1 (! p. in. River 1 foot
and 4 incites nmi rising.
Cincinnati, Au. 1-0 p. in. River 13
feet 4 inches and rising.
Louisville, Au. 10 p. in. River 8
feet 3 inches and falling
Nashville, Au'. 1-0 p. m. River 3 feet
j inches and tailing
Mt. Iouis, Aug. 10 p. in. River 17 feet
4 inchvs and tailing.
The City of Helena from Memphis ar
rived here last evening with a light trip,
and left for St. Louis at 4 :30 p. in.
The U. P. Schenck from New Orleans
is due here to-morrow for Cincinnati. Capt.
J. L. Carter, master; Robt. RuruH, chief
The Hudson leaves St. Louis this evening
for Cairo, Paducah and Uuiontown, Ky.
She is due hero to-morrow evening.
The Will Kyle lor New Orleans is due
to-day. Sho hailed from Cincinnati, and
is one of the beat boats of the R'g O Line.
Capt. Lew Kates, master; Jas. Alexander,
chief clerk. Gus Young, the handsome
blond, is second to Mr. Alexander, and is
uot only a No. 1 clerk, but a creat ladies'
Tiie Jas. W. Gaff fr.m Cincinnati, in
chargo of Capt. Bob Wise, will report here
this evening for Memphis.
The Gus Fowler had an excellent trip
yesterday, and is due here again to-day at
3 p. m., leaving at 0 p. ru. on her return
trip to Paducah.
The- river still contiucs todecline, and it
will only require a few more days until the
large size crafts will have to succumb to
The City of Greenville will enter the
Vicksburg and New Orleans trade when
she comes down tnis trip from St. Louis.
She 'fill remnn there the balance of this
The Annie P. Silver was IicpmiU day yes
terday receiving freight for New Orleans,
and departed last evening at 5.
So Madame Rumor did fabricate most
outrageously. We interrogated the officers
of tbe Pittsburgh when bho landed here
Monday evening, and they say that the
Pittsburgh will not enter the St. Louis and
Evansville trade as a regular packet, at
least not this season.
Thu John A. Scudder from New Or
leans anived here last evening at 2 o'clock,
and left for St. Louis at 4 p. m. She had
alight freight trip but a largo uu tuber of
passengers Iroui Now Orleans to this place.
Weather warm and bright yesterday, and
Capt. Wm. Ilannon left for Paducah on
business via tha Gus Fowler last eveniuj.
He will return to-day.
The Fanuio Tatum went into St. Louis
with an immense cargo Monday evening.
She left there last cveuing for this port.
Capt, Milt. A'ken, of Nashville, one of
the owners of the Silverthorn, arrived here
ycBterday via tho Mississippi Central rail
The Cumberland river is lower now thau
it has been since last November only 3
feet on the gauge at Nashvillo. The
steamers City of Nashville, the Thos. I).
Friteand the H, S.Rhea all leave for tho
Ohio on accouut of low water.
Tho fine Anchor line steamer IMle Mem
phis from St. Louis will leave hero for
Tho City of New Orleans is advertised to
leave St. Louis this evening for tho Sunny
South, her destination being the Crescent
The high-masted steamer John IJ. Maude
leaves tho Future Great tli ia evening for
tho Dlulf City, and is due here to-morrow
Tho pretty steamer City of Vicksburg is
ou her way up tho Mississippi, and will
report hero this cveuing for the "Great
The Buckeye Stato from St. Louis ar
rived at 8 p. in. yesterday with a good trip
for Pittsburgh. She received 1,000 sacks
of bran besides a few passengers, and de
parted at 10 o'clock.
Tho Sto. Genevieve t'rsui St. .Louis ar
rived at 5 p. in. yesterday, and departed lor
Memphis at 6:30 p. m.
From our river telegrams out readers
will observe that the Ohio Is rising from
Pittsburg to Louisville which we are
pleased to note.
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY HY CHAS. CUNNING
:30 A. M August 1, Wi.
August. September. October
$:) AT, $W 50
12:.10 I'. M.
Pork 11 4?''
Oats j:i .j;,
2 10 P. M. Closing.
Pork 61 829 B7J. $' ;0
Vt h' at :i i 'i fi:.i4
Corn 7iS 7f'n 7M'4
Oats 3j iy ai)-,
Pennsylvania overflows with politics
this year. Five state tickets are now in the
field, and the convention of tho labor party
haB not yet been held. The sixth ticket
will be nominated at Philadelphia
August the 28th, and will probably play
an important part in tho campaign.
C'ahhosdale Cuitekion : "Gen. Pavev,
if Mt. Vernou, waa appointed IVdlectcr of
Internal Revenue to succeed J. C. Wilms.
Newspaper reports say that Capt. Thomas
was strongly in favor of Murphy's appoint
ment but the knowing ones insist that Ran
dolph ounty was carried tor Thomas on
the s' length of the latter's promise to use
his inriunnco for Pavey. We undeistand
that Mi tirnY has been pacified by being al
lowed to retain hfs present position as Chief
Is the senate Tuesday morning the bill
passed to punish counterfiting of foieign
securities. The naval bill was taken up
ami a motion to strike out the requirement
that only American steel be used in the
two new cruisers was defeated. The item
empowering the secretary of the navy to
close useless navy yards was stricken out.
The appropriation for labor in equiping
vessels was increased $30,000. The bill
passed and the Bundry civil bill was taken
up and twenty-one pages disposed of. A
new conference waa ordered on the legis
lative appropriation bill. In the houe
the bill passed restoring Fort Benton mili
tary reservation to the public domain.
Tho resolution for a court of inquiry to in
vestigate the loss of thu Jka.kketih wo
placed ou the calendar. The bill passed
to dispose of the Fort Larned reservation.
The bill to retire Gn. Grant waa referred
to the military committee. The conference
report on the Creek orphan fund bill was
agreed to. In the evening a session was
held fur the consideration of pension bills.
From Birton's Froe Press: The strug
gle over the co!!ert irsh;p ;;f internal rtv
enue of the 13 Ji district was brief. Evta
before the Free Press Lai reached a ma
jority of it3 readers last week, the resigna
tion of Mr. Willis had been accepted and
Gen. Pavey, of Mt. Vernon, had received
the appointment. Mr. Murphy was incon
tinently left. There was a hitch in the
program somewhere. But where?
There is no qu;6tion but that Congress
man Thomas had pledged himself both to
Mr. Mckpuy and to Gen. Pavey. This we
announced before the late congressional
convention. How he expected to deliver
the goods to both parties, only Mr. Thom
as himself can explain. Up to a certain
date, those of Mr. Thomas' enemies who
needed consolation need only apply at the
collector's office. There anti-Thomas
argument and information were kept in
store, and applicants could always obtain
put the style and size ho wanted in un
broken packages. A change came. First
the collector was not so fluent of speech as
formerly, then ho became non-committal,
then he was "kind o' for Thomas," and
finally was for Thomas "teeth and toe
nails," and so continued until the end.
Like master, like man. Mdrphy began to
weaken and then D.vvrDSON's slender pins
began to bend. They followed Mr. Wilms
at first far olf, but soon they cut across
lots and caught up with their chief. They
even got in advance of him, and clamored
more loudly for Thomas. There was reason
for all this. Mr. Thomas had fixed it up
with tho boys. Tho general impression
was, that Mr. Willis was to retire, and the
place given to Mr. Murphy.
Hard Lumps iu Breast
Dr. R.V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.: Dear
Sir I wrote you some time ago that I
thought I had a cancer. There was a lump
in my breast as large as a walnut, and had
been thoro four months. I commenced tak
ing your "Golden Medical Discovery,"
"Favorite Prescription" and "Pellets" in
June, and the lump is gone.
Yours gratefully, Mrs. R. R. Clark,
Dh. Kline's Great Nehvk Restoker is
the marvel of the nge for all nerve diseases.
All fits stopped free. Send to 031 Arch
street, Philadelpia, Pa.
The Howe scales have all tho latest im
provements. It is true economy to buy
tn nest. Hoicion, Scllcck & Co., agents,
St. Louis, Mo. (3)
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. 1. .fiforfV All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 815 Tlrst Avo., N. Y. BolJ In
Cairo by Darclay Brt. ,
FRANKLIN COUNTY, ILL, DEM
OCRACY. Renton, III., July 29. The Democracy
of Franklin county met here in mass co n
vention at 1 p. m. to day tor the purpose
of selecting delegates to the state, con
gressional, seoatoral and appellate clerk
convention. Thu dellegates were instructed
fur Hon. R. W. Townshend for congress,
Hon. F. M. Youngblood of this place for
senator, and W. S. Caiilrell also of this
place for clerk of the appellate court, and
were also instrucle I to use all honorable
means to secure tho nomination of tho
above named gentlemen. During the
absence of tho committee to select dele
gates Hon. F. M. Youngblood addressed
the meeting on the political situation
General good feeling prevailed and the
Democracy of old Franklin are wide,
atvako and thoroughly in earnest.
Cincinnati, Tuesday, July 21. The fast
express on the llliuois Central Road, leav
ing Cairo at 7 p. m. anil duo in Cincinnati
at H a. m , met with an accident at Odin,
Illinois, about 150 miles this bide of Cairo,
at half past 10 o'clock laet night.
While laying over at Odin, owing to a
delay, a freight train on the O. and M.
Road dashed into the rear end of the train,
and damaging the Bleeping coach to tho
extent of 1 1,000 or more. Fortunately but
two passengers were in the sleeper, an
old lady and Dr. E. V. Wuitlock, D
I). S., of Cairo Illinois, the latter, who
by the way is here to attend the dental
Convention which convenes at the highland
house to morrow was standing at the end
of the car.
The force of the collision threw him
from his feet, and, falling heavily upon the
floor, was rendered unconcious for some time
He was carried to his berth in the sleeper
and an examination of his injuries showed
a severe wound in the right eye and an ug
ly cut on the nose. He arrived in this city
this morning and registered at the Gibson
House, where our hired man saw him. He
is able to be about and the misfortune
prevent him attending the Dental Conven
tion. If You are Buined
in health from any cause, especially from
i lie use of any of the thousand nostrums
that promise so largely, with long fictitious
testimonials, have no fear. Resort to Hop
Bitters at once, and in a short time you
will have the most robust and blooming
Free of Charge.
All persons suffering from Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Less of Voice, or an af
fection of the Throat and Lungs, are re
4ueted to call at Harry W. Schuh's drug
store and get a trial bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, free of
charge, which will convince them of it
wonrl'TrM' mm it and show what a regular
dollar Biio houitj will do. Call early. (3)
To promote a vigorous growth of tho
Lair, use Parker's Hair Balsam. It restores
the youthful color to gray hair, removes
dandruff, and cures itching of the Bcalp.
51 us. Dukes, of Colfax, Indiana, has run
ning sore ou her nnklo for two years.
"Lindsey's Blood searcher" cured it.
"How do you manage," said a lady to
her friend, "to appear so happy all the
time?" "I always have Parker's Ginger
Toeic handy, " was the reply," and thus
keep myself and family in good health.
When I am well I always feel good natured.
See other column.
THK DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSIONAL
CONVENTION 20tu DISTRICT.
The Democratic congressional couven
tion lor the Twentieth district will be held
in the city of Cairo on Tuesday, August
15th, 182, for the purpose of nominating
a caudidato for congress. The convention
will 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 fraction over 100
votes cast in such county tor Hancock and
English in 1880.
B order of the central committee.
Wm. II. Gheen, Chairman.
Romeo Fumanza, Secretary.
TOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Cl'y Clerk's o'tlc, Cairo, III., July Slut, 1H2.
Sealed iiroposals will be received at this olflce,
directed to the city couucll of the city of Cairo un
til meeting of the council, Mouday evening, August
14: h, hhj, for furnishing the material and doing
thir work, o' doing the work nacnssary for the re
conduction or the lollowlng sidewalks, to be con
alluded of wood, vl.: On the east aide of Wal
nut street, between Fourteenth ant Fifteenth
atieet. A good and su IHcIent bond for twice the
amount must accompany all proposition. Tbe
work to be done to ibe satlsfac Ion of tbe commit
tee un streets. The right, to re'ict any and all bids)
reserved by tbe city. D. J. FOLEY, Cltr Clerk.
JOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
City Clerk's office, Cai-o, III., July 31st. tm.
Realud proposals will be received at this office
dir. ctud to tbe city council of the city nl Calm,
until meeting of couucll. Monday evening, An-
Stint Hth, 1S6S. for furnishing the material and
dng the work, or doing the work, necessary for
the reconstruction of the following sldewalka. To
be reconstructed of wood, vis: on the westerly
aide of Walnut street, between Uth and 14th
str''a. arrt on the southe-lr side of Vh street
running IM f et westerly from Washington avenue.
To be constructed of brick, vli; On the southerly
side ol.Vb street running ii feet westwardly from
Walnut met. As provided by ordinance No. 73,
approved NovemberSrd, 1H81, which Is on file In
lb. i office and auhjnctto eiaminatlon at any time.
A good and sufficient bond for twice tbe amount
mnst accompany all proposition! The right to
reloct any aud all bid reae vedlbr tbe Ity.
Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruits, with
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids or artific
ial Essences. Always uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Hare gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and quaf.
ity. Admitted by all who have used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, I1L, and St. Louie, Mo
.km of LumII. Tra.l Una., fir, Prlr'. Cmoh Bakla
FnW, .ad Dr. PrlM. talqu. FcrfuBM
WE MAKE NO SECOND CRADECOOOf).
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Life Insurance Company
IN TIIE WORLD.
It alone Issues
stipulating that tin; contract of Insurance "shall
not be dlsD'ited" after It Is three years old,
and that snch policies shall be
on receipt of satisfactory proofs of death.
Its policy in clear and concifle, ami con t aim
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
N. B.-UKAD YOi:U POl.ICIKS. Compare the
short and simple form used by tho Kiiultahle with
he long and obscure contracts loaded down with
technicalities issued by other companies)
Its CASH RETURNS
to policy holders are
N. IS. Sea the many letters from policy holders
iprss.lng their gratiilcailon with the return from
their Tontini Savinus Kond 1'oi.iuih.
IJttoauee of It
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely Invented, nearly
E. A. BURNETT, A sent.
Office, corner 11th and Wa.blngtrav
SoTwabw jm, 1NM. u3dw