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THE: DAILY CAIBO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY MOBBING, AUGUST 5, 1882.
Mayor -N. It. Thiatlewood.
Treajuiw T. J. Kerth.
(.'Ii in .--liiouti. J, Foley,
('oiiionilor -Wm. II. Ulltwtrt.
Marshal-!.. H. Meyer,
Attorney - William HendrlcW.
BolHD Of ALDKKKIH.
Kir-i Ward --Win. Mcllalo.T. M . Klmlirouch.
,.,.,mii WardJ Ilinklfl.C. N. Iluirhea.
ThlM War.l-H. HiW, John Wood.
Kmrib Ward-Charle. O. l'atler, Adoiph Bwo-
"r-'ft'l, Ward T. W. llallldaT, Ernmt II. Puttlt.
Circuit iliiiliru- t. .1 Hk r.
t Ircutt :i-tk A. II. Irvin.
County JudiM- K. H Yocum.
County l'li-ri--H. J. Ilumm.
Cull uiy Attoru'-y-J. M. Dunron.
County TreaurerMllea W. I'arker.
Sliirm Jolm llodirea.
Coroner -It. FlUgerala
County Commli.iunr-T. Vv. llalllaay, J.
OIIjIi. uuJ I'eicr Haup.
CI Mill i BI'TM r. Corner Tenth and l'oplar
j'tntvlo; preaching Ami aud third .Sunday In
MrhmuulXlU in. nnd7:iy. m : prayer meet
ing 1 hurdny. 7:)p. in ; Sunday fenool. : m
h Iter. A..I. HE!!. I'a.tor.
illl'Itcn OF THE KKU8KMKR (Kptieopai)
Fourteenth troet; ounday 7:0" a m.. Holy
KucharUt; : m , Huuday achnul; MWa.m.,
Morning I'rayer; H;tio p. m , Erenlng I'rayera. r.
V. Iiavi'npiiri, H- T. . llector.
Ii;s"l MISSIONARY MArTlor uui.klu.
I i. 1. 1.... .1 in. 'ii n n n m . and 7:80 D. m.
di.'.tit'j pctiiHil at
;:) p. in
I 1' Ifl KUAN -Thirteenth itrl; ervl.es Sab
I l.rti r ci a. m. ; Sunday achoolip.m. Ht.
hni pe, paat jr.
MK TIIOOIST-Cor. Eighth and Waluot atreew,
1'r. a. iitni? Sabhatb 11:00 a. m. and 7 :V p.
Miuday .School at 4:imp, m. Iluv J. A- Bcarrett,
IlKI'.-PYTEKIAN-Elghth atreet: preaching on
1 h,.,lath at Hi a m. and 7:3f)p. m.; prayer
m...Ti.v Wedue.day at 7:3-) p.m.; Sunday Bcb.ol
at a . to. Rev B. Y. 0ori, paator.
1T. Jit-Eru 8 -dtoman Catholic) Corner 'C
O a..il Walnut utreeu: acrrtce.a Sabbath 10:wa.
ii.: r-.o.day School at 2 p. m. : Vepra 3 P-m. ; aer
ncef v..o ilay at 8 a. m. Rflt. O'tlara, I'rieet.
ST I'ATKH'K'H-t Roman Catbolic) Corner Ninth
i.-,:t and Waiblugton aton-u; wirtce. Ban
on' h H and ll) a. m.; Veaper S p. m,.; Sunday School
il. m. a irvket ery day at 8 a m. Il. Matnw
11. It. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
TIUIN nPRT. TR iKKIVi.
Mall . S:15 a.m I tMall 4:' a.m
Accum datK.O.U:10 a m 'Kipr! 11:10 .
tEiprimi P I AciiditloB..4:l)5 p
iiiij irHTRAI.ll H
. 4::i.ni Mui.....M .. 3.-vV.iu
lu.lla m I
L. C K. 11
fN arrow Uauee )
Eipre l!JS a m
Arcom'dutlon. 1 p.m
i v, A M D.m
I Accom'datoln MM p m
ST. I. . I M
H H It
Exir"' 11 :''; "i
Mrrnm mllnn. 1.IIU m
l tRinrra. i:V II I"
WABASH, ST. LOUIS PACIFIC K'ICO.
Mll A lii .... 4 4-i vtu Mill Ex.... :3 p m
Daily eiff-pl Monday, t Dally.
MOBILK OHIO K B:
Mail :. ru.l Mail ....:!..
Siprwa i:'t) . m. Biyrrta HtUlp. m.
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO ILK.
TRAINS KI N AS FOLLOWS.
Expr-'fi Mall l.'av.'. Cairo, every day except
Sunday, t bv.-j:, a m. Arnv.a 4:.V p m.
Acrnminodatlon arriv.a at UM p. ra. and do
parta at I : J p. m.
NKW A HYEHTISEM F.NTS.
ELECT St. HOt'L .
Walnut St , near liith.
Sl'MMF.KTRKM, from July .", 12 weeks
FALL TERM, from Oct. 2,12 weeks
TI'ITION FHU TKHM
Conininu Srhiml. Arademlc and Commercial
ItI;N HV Kl,OYI),'l'wichpr,
EOIWK II. LE.VCII, M. P.
Phviciau ami Surgeon.
t pedal attention puld to tbo Homeoputhlctri'nt
miTil of auru'lcal dleiif, and din'SHca ol women
T)flric:4ron Mill etrei't, opponlto tbo Tost Olllce,
W. C. JOCKLYN,
OFFICE Klflith Htrenl, near Commercial Atenou
.11. 1J W. WHITLOCK,
Orrin No. 13 Commordnl Avonuo, b-itween
Kchlh and Ninth streota
PROl'RIETOR OF SrROAT'8 PATENT
Wholonalo Dealer in Ice.
ICK V Y THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
Tf!KED FOR SHIPriNO '
aw , . aa)jjamai
Oar Loada a Bpooialtv.
o F1 f i o r t
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
HE ItEOULAK CAIHO AND
IIENKY K. TAYLOR MiMir
GEO. JOBES Clerk
L;iv Padneali for Cairo dally (Sunday except
ed! at H a.m. and Mound City all p m. Ilutnru
till!, L'-avea Cairo at4 p. m. Jlound. City at 5p. m.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE !rFkn STATES.
On and after Monday. July 21, and until further
nolle-. th ferryboat Throe State will runs, near
a poxelbleon tne following time table:
Maria liavii liatbi
Foot Pourth at. Mlaionrl Lacd'g. Kentucky. Ld .
B:0a. tn. 7:00 i. m. 7:30 a.m.
::) " :W 9:i) "
10::n " ll:(m iim) "
2:iW p. m. 2:;lp. m. 3:t ). m.
Leave Leave Leavo
Foot Fourth it. Kentucky Ldg. Mlisourl Land'i;.
4:iip. m. 4:30 p. m 6:10 p.m.
On la.t trip leaving Kentucky landing at 4 :30 o'clock
p. in., the boat will go to Itirda Point, making con
nection with T. 4 8t. L. paenger train for Cairo.
Flrnt trip at 6:3i a. m. leaving Cairo. Will connect
with T. & St. L. train leaving Cairo.
O " ti
Ml'Tl'AL AH) SOCIETY.
JJL'REKA! EUREKA ! !
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUB-
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
OrgnniieilJulv Uth, 1(177, Under tlie Laws o
the State of IHIiioIn. Copyrighted Julv
9, 1877, Under Aetof Congrew.
IV (). HCIIC1I.. Proaldoiit
C.T. Hl'DI) Vice President
J. A. HOLDSTINK Trenmirur
J.J, OOKDON Medical Advir
THOMAS LK.W1S Hecrotiir-
JOIIN C. WHITE Aaalitant Secreliu.t
II, I.KIOHTON, I h. THOMAS,
J. C. WHITE, W. F. PITCHER,
J. 8. MeUAMEY.
William Hlratlon, nf Hlration ft Bird, wholemilo
irrnctTK ; ram u, rruuii, wiioieiiaioand rutnll ilrnit
cliitj Har.mi I.olghton.cominlnlon murrhntit; Jan.
8. McWabey, Inmliur doalor) J. J. Oordon, ihVK
Iclati: J. A. Ooldntlno, ofOoldatlno llonenuiit'er.
wbnloaalti and reiall dry (trxida, etcj Wm.F. Pilch-
or, general auenij iienry it. Kiua, city printer aud
hi Ink binder; Cbuilny llayuei, Connor; ilno. C.
Whim, aanlatnnt aocrelnry and aolleltor! Alberl
I.ewla, dealer In Snur and (train; F. llric pren.
dent Alexauder Count v Hunk; 0. W. Heudrlckn,
contractor and builder; Cvrm ('loan, generul
agent; Thomaa Lewla, aeerutary and attorney at
law; L, H, Tbomaa, broom niaiiiifactiirer; W.
Kuaael, contractor and builder; C, T, Itmlil
agent u wi, ii, oris. u. niiiaoaii;Moae j'hinipa.rnr,
tieuter: II. A. Chutnhlov. contractor. Cairo. Ilia...
Kov. J. Spencer, clurgvman, Hi Iula, Mo.j ,t. II,
liuthtino, circuit clerk, MinalKHlppI county, Cbarlea
ton, mo.; J, u. Ainore . lawver, uomtnerce, nm
1). BliiKlutnrv, phvilclan, Arlington, Ky. J. W,
Tarry, phvglclan, Fulton, Rr.l Wm. Ilyan, farmer,
Uh. I . & LJ . I ........ L. HaHMt..!,,..,. of II .1
dlort, Kvanavllln, Jnd.;lk Anderaon, aecretary
toinperinienuenic. t, ii,cn. .. rauroau, tinia
aon.Tenn.iJ. S. liohnrtaon. uhv.ldan, White'
llla.Tenn.t Thomaa A. Oaborn, harneaa maker,
noiivar, ion. ; wm, i,, -waiter, "wiziu Auvur
Ulng Agaucr " Holly Bprtnfi, Mini
W. F Lamuiiis, river editor of run
and atvambott parneu'er aunt. Ord't'd.
klndHofeteainboat Job printing ! iclirJ;'u" S.1
in i ianierH iioiei, no. 01 uaio levee
STAdESOK TUK ItlVKHcertillcate
Tliu rivur markud by tliii ihuV'i'k'ji.'i.iici!
in at 4 o'clock at this IK.Cder.Z'ncn
inches ami fullinj,'. flnr" ic;'
fiscal year, it la
Pittsburg, Aug. 4-0 p. m. Je Vle'vytor tie
6 inches ami fallili''. .ollurn therefore
B m:il or t ie city of
Cincinnati, A ul'. 4-0 p. , , , ,
feet 10 inches anil falling. forcorooruto
Nashville, Aug. 4 C p. in. Riv l a'ceei-ed
m ; . i ' purpoees for
inches ami rising,
Hiram Brazer, who has just bMTou'uty?
pointed local hull impector for tho a0
Memphis, brought the Cons. Mi I la? major
with the expectation of turning her ovei 'i-xan
Mr. Underwood, hut as he failed ti meet0,
the Millar here, he will continue on up the"'1
river until Bhe meets the Andy Raum. f
The City of New Orleans left here Jg f"
evening, loaded flat, for New Orleans, variabr
The towboat My Choice arrived herJ8'
evening wun .j mouei narges ioivicu
wheat. She added 2 more here and Sold t
parted for New Orleans. 'i- (;
Weather sultry yesterday and business on
the wharf good.
The Paducah and Mound City baseball
clubs will play a match game this evening
at the Mound. Tho gooso will be admin
istered with bat sauce, but which side will
receive it, remains to be seen.
Rains are quite frequent, but we don'
hear of any more "terrible slycoons."
The City of Helena from St. Louis leaves
here this morning for Memphis.
To our readers this morning we take
pleasuro in introducing to you notice of
the steamer Andy Baum, which is due here
from Cincinnati for Memphis. The Baum
is the largest and best boat of the Memphis
& Ohio River racket Co. Seo W. F.
Lambdin, agent, who will supply passage
tickets at low rates.
Tho John A. Scudder from S Louis
leaves here Monday for New Orleans.
The Paris C.Brown for Cincinnati U two
days out from New Orleans.
The Fannie Tatum from Paducah will
leave here to day tor St. Louis.
Thelitis Fowler will arrive earlier than
usual to-day, as the Paducah baseball club
with a party of spectators will come dow n
on lar to witness the game at Moun 1 City.
The City of Baton Rouge stuck between
here and Memphis which was the cause of
her dest"ntinn. She arrived at 0 o'clock
yesterday morning, only stopped a few
minutes and departed for St. Louis.
The Hudson from St. Luis arrived at 3
o'clock yesterday morning, discharged a
few packages at the "City of Wharf," also
100 sacks of wheat at the Vincennes wharf.
She had a large number of cabin ptssengers
and departed for Paducah and I'uiontown
at ') a. m.
The City of Cairo for Vicksbtirg arrived
last evening, received sumo freight an 1 left
luring tho night.
Tho fleet Vickeburg leaves St. Louiu this
evening for the lower Mississippi. She
will report here to-morrow evening.
The Jas. W. GalT from Meiuphij will
arrivo here Sunday night for Cincinnati.
W. F. Limbdin, ngent, will furnish tickets
to travelers at No. 54 Ohio levee.
Remember the Hudson early Sunday
morning will leave here for St. Louis. Her
accommodations are first-class, and her offi
cers ditto, dipt. John GrilRtlt is in com
mand, but wo are sorry tn stato that ho is
suffering with rheumatism. We hope ho
will lie all O. K. on his return.
Hard Lumps in Breast.
Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.: Dear
Sir I wrote you soiuo time ago that I
thought I had a cancer. There was a lump
in my breast as large as a walnut, and had
been there four inouthn. I commenced tak
ing your "Golden Medical Discovery,"
'Favorite Prescription" and "Pellets" in
June, and tho lump is gone.
Yours gratefully, Mrs. U. R. Clauk,
A GOOD BARGAIN
Will bo given some enterpriseing man
in Tub HCLLETi.N Building, which is now
offered for salo n easy terms, tong time
mid low rato of interest. Tho building
has rented for tho past year for
fifty to sixty-two dollars per month.
The property consists of 4 lots, and two
brick buildings -a three story 40x110 and a
two story 10 x 45. ILts a frontage of fiO
feet on Washington avenue and 150 feet on
12th street. If desired tho machinery, en
gine, boiler, iVc, In tho 3 story building
will ho sold with it. For particulars ad
dress this oflko, or John II. Oberly, Bloom
Kidney Complaint Cured.
B. Turner, Rochester N. Y., writes:
"I have been for over a year siOJoct to se
rious disorder of the kidneys, and olten
unnblo to attend to business; I procured
your Buiidock Blood Bittkus, ntid was
relieved boforo half a bottle was used. I
intend to continue, as I fuul confident that
they will entirely euro mo." Pflco $1.00
Paul G. Scuuli, Aguut.
3P0 MARKET REPORT
ILY BY cnAS. Cl'NNINtJ-
IIVtJ llOtiCbM HKdKKB
section 13 ol suidj. .mbflr
tion adopted. ) m
Alderman Pettii 1?!.,.
resolution ami uiov
ized to advertize
the sidewalk Irou 7
street on west si d eft 3"'
and that coll!raeters'ilo,''u,tf
that is (it for use. li.;3v. a
Alderman Halliday olferca v
resolution aud moved its adophr;
Itesolved, That the street coutH,
hereby Oireeted to place in go(a'urll,S
Wabhinxtoa rtveniie from 28th HtrVeo
city liuuls, Sycamore street, fnnicu
ion street to city limits and from Comer
ciai avenue irotu youi street to olth strt
Resolution adopted by the following
Ayes Biake, Hilliday, Hughes, Kim
brough,' McIIale, Putier, Pettit, Sw
ami Wood I.
I' ays none. .
Alderman Blake moved to take from tlii
table bill of Fourth of July picnic
tee money advanced in improv
Alderman Blak'e moved to allow bill.
Ald jiuian Wood rivo-' o '
substituting f 2.V -jow bo actively pros
i a.lj .Jay to day till the water melon
f have disappeared down the throat of
the voraciuus and appreciative African.
The shipments will be about 25 car loud a
day from Mississippi county. Buyers aro
on the ground from St. Louis, Chicago,
Cincinnati, St. Paul and otho places. Tbo
acreage is larger, the yield greater and the
melons finer than usual, and the crop will
bring a large amount of money iuto tho
county. Tho capacity of some of thesi
melon lauds in that district is enormous.
One planter has a patch of 30 acres, from
which he expects to gather a million melons.
In responce to a telegram sent him Gen.
W. C, Pavey, the new collector of inter
val revenue for this district arrived
in tho city and established
himself ai the Halliday yesterday.
The object of his presence here was to
acquaint himself with matters, in tlio offlce
of which he is soon to take charge. But
the general's arrival traveled over this and
neighUiriug towns with amazing rapidity,
and all afternoon until late in the night ha
was besieged by prominent Republican
politicians from different parts of the dis
trict. There were Messrs. W. II. Eubanks,
Dan Hogan, Joe Robarts, John Reeve, Cas
per Yost, M. Gladden, Col. Willis, and Mr.
C. N. Hujhes, Mr. Wm. Murphy and others.
It was rumored about the streets that a
caucus would be held at which proposek
important changes in tho post office and
custom home and in the clerical depart
ment of tho revenue office discussed, aud
in auticipation of this many of the hungry
office-seekers were in high glee and made
themselves rather ridiculous as tho humble
servants of "me hid" Pavey. But from a
gentleman, who knew, wo learned that no
caucus was to be held, that no changes
would be made or discussei'now, and that
Gen. Pavey's visit litre was purely one of
business. It is not likely that the general
will make any changes even in the clerical
force of tho internal office, because ho
would find it very difficult, indeed, to have
the business of tho office properly conduct
ed with uew hands.
FOURTH ILLINOIS JUDICIAL CON
TO UK IlKLD AT IH'CJUOIN SEPT. OTII,
Tho death of J. Q. Ilarruan, clerk of tho
appellate court of the Fourth judicial dis
trict of Illinois, rendered a vacancy in that
office, which is to bo filled at tho regular
stale election in November next. Tho
Democrats, in looking about to call a con
vention toplaco in nomination a candidate,
found that by somo oversight there hud
been appointed no judicial district com
mittee at tho last judicial convention of tho
party, aud for a time they were somewhat
in a quandary as to how they could proper
ly get a convention called. Finally it was
determined to submit tho question to tho
state Democratic committee for solution.
That committee decided that the calling of
the convention and fixing tho time, place
and ratio of representation bn delegated to
tho members of tho stato Democratic cmi
tral committee who reside in tho Fourth
judicial district, and of whom there
aro five, includintr the chairman of
tho committee In compliance with this
and by a call from Chairman Gillhum
of tho stato committee, these members of
tho state committee held a mooting at ex
Mayor John B. Bowman's offico at East St.
Louis Thursday for tho purpose stated
the calling of a Democratic convention for
tho fourth Judicial district of Illinois to
nominate u candidate (or clerk of tho ap
pellate court. There were present all ol
thecommitteo residing la tho district ns
follows: D. B. Gilluun, Madison county,
chairman of state committee; F. M.
Youngblood, Franklin county; 8. h.
I) wight, Marian county; M. M.
Pool, Gallatin county; T. F. Bou-
ton Union county. Resides
there were present tho following prominent
Democrats: J. N. Coppinger, Alton; M. T.
Stookey, Belleville ; Judge A. II. Gamble,
Alton; Robert Rost, Vandalia; Alonza 8.
Wihlerman, Uulleville; E. A. Bonbow,
Alton; W. D. Sheiey, 8t. Clair; 8. P. Tuft,
Centralia; J. B. Bowman, East St. Louis;
F. E.Scheel, Belleville, and soma others,
Mr. Oilhatn called thecommitteo to order
aud stated the object of the meeting. After
soino interchange of opinion it was unani
mously agreed that tho convention be held
at DuQuoin September 5, 1882, at 12 tn. The
ratio of representation of each county in the
convention was fixed the same as that to
Witt utatu convention one delegate fr
every 400 votes cast lor Hancock and one
lelegato for every fraction of two hundred
more. There are thirty-four counties in
he district, and as it is overwhelmingly
mocratic, tho nominee nf the Duquoin
ritontio.i is almost certain of election.
fl'hu following are the counties conmosine
Madison, Bond, Fayette, Jasper, Effing-
ic commfy ham, Crawford, St. Clair, Clinton, Marion,
''iug i ii ki'-'ly, Richland, Lawrence, Washington,
fferson, Wayno, Edwards, Wabash, Mon-
oe, Randolph, Perry, Franklin, Ilamillvu,-
'hite, Jackson, WiJiMi-jjn, Saline, Ga-
L'Ai, Union, Johnson, Pope, Hardin, Alex
ander, Pulaski and Massac.
After discussing tho prospects for the
Illinois Democracy this year, which tbey
all averred looked unusually bright, the
meeting adjourned sine die.
If You are Kuined
in health from any cause, especially from
the uso of any of the thousand nostrums
that promise so largely, with long fictitious
testimonials, have no fear. Resort to Hop
Bitters at onco, and in a short time you
will have the most robust and blooming
I ETTER LIST.
list ok lettehs remaining uncalled
fok in tuk postomce at caiko, ill.,
saturday, auoc8t 6, 1882.
Buttler, Mamie Bogs, Willie
Brown, I annio Bush, Lula
Farris, V J
G milder, Ellen
Miller, A K
Quin, Susan Mrs
Gray, Miss Clinton 2
Powers, Marv Jane
Wi liens; fVe
Ames, !J 'bbio
Burcli, U 10 1 1
Duggan, P B
Fletcher, H F
G armor, David N
llolliiiau, R A
H ukeHS, Geo
Johnston, Asa W
Mallory, W II
Parton, John F
ICutlege, J A
R minion, John A
Toomer, C R
Wilkinson, Pat 2
Bennett, C M
Boyd, E E 3
Bennett, S L
Freeland G W
Green W S
Mayes Thos M
Downs, Jno W
McOee, W J
Narrey K L
Ross, Jas Klex
Steff, Mr '
Simmons R M
Turner, E M
Wright, W B
Persons calling for the ahovo mentioned
will please say advertised.
Geo. W. McKkaiu. Postmaster.
No, Trouble to Swallow.
Dr. Pierce's "Pellets" (tho original "little
liver pills") and no pain or griping. Cure
sick or bilious headache, sour stomach, and
cleanse the system and bowels. 23 cents a
Go to Paul G. Schuh lor Mrs. Freoman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color aro uncqualod. Color
from 3 to 5 pounds. Diioctii.r.s in English
nnd German, Price Hi rents
A ('omrli, Cold or Sore Throat
should bo stopped. Aeglect froqueiitl re
sults in an Iucurablo Lung disease or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrjps
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, nnd
the Throt Troubles which Singers anil
Pu'ilie Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give pei feet satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they havo attained
well-merited rank among tho few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 23 cents s
Free ot ConI.
All pi twins wishing, to test the merits of
a great remedy one that will positively
cure Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, or any affection of tho Throat
and Lungs are requested to call at Harry
W. Sclmh's drug store and get s trial bot
tle of Dr. King's Now Discovery for Con
sumption free of cost, which will show you
what I regular dollar-site bottle will do. (1)
Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruitt. with
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids or artific
ial Essences, Always uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Have gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and qual-
ity. Admitted by all who have used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, fitc
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo
aim of l.npoll T.ut fln, nr. Prko'i Omm Italia
Powd.r, tn Dr. HrlM'a lalu. r-fuaM.
M15EA.?.?90ND CRADE C00D8.
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Life Inaurance Company
IN T1IK WORLD.
It alone Umies
atlpilbitlne Hint Ibn contract of lumirance "ahall
Lot bu ulMi'ttcd" after It U three years old,
and that such pollclea almll b
on receipt of aittlitfartory proof) of death.
Ha policy la clciir aud conclne, and conlalui
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
N. B.-READ YOUR POLICIKS. Compare the
abort and ilmplo form lined by tho Knultitblu with
he long and obneure contract loaded down with
tecbulcallllu Uued by other coinpantuat
Its CASH RETURNS
to poller lioldera aro
N. II. Men the mnny letter from policy lioUUra
xprimnliut their Kriitillcatlon with the return from
their ToririNn Uavino Fcnij I'oi.iciaa,
Hooiiuho of Hat
Outstanding Insurance j
Assets Securely Invested ,
Surplus Securely Inverted, nearly
E. A. BURNETT. Affent.
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