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THE DAILY CAIRO B CJLLETE
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 0. 1882.
Muyiir -N. ft. Thitlnwool.
Tri-anumr T J. Korth.
i'li-tk liinnla. J. Foley.
(nitifulMf--Wm. H. tfllhurt.
Maralml-1.. H. M.yere,
U-IAHU or AMIIHMIK.
Kirm Ward Win. Mr Halo. T. M. Klml.rongb.
s.rond Ward-Je.n HiiiUIb, V. S. Hughea.
Third Ward- H. K, Blake, .loliu Wood.
Fourth Ward -Cbarloe 0. Paller, Adoiph 8wo
JV''li Wrd T. W. UaUldav, Krneel II. Pettlt.
Circuit Jiidg I). I . liitUt-r .
Circuit Cleric -A. II. Irvin.
Cniiiiiy JiiiJiI'i-ll- i Yo'tiiu.
County C1itS. J. Iliimin.
County Attorney I M. Utimron.
County Troiaurer Mllci W. iarkr.
rtlii! 1 III John Hodge.
O.rouer-K. KlUtfiiriHa .
County Commliaionera-T. W. Ualllday, J. A.
(ilhbi and Petor r-aup, .
CWIKO HiPTHT.-Coruor Tenth and Poplar
,imu; preaching flmt and third Snndaya In
r.ri mouto, II m. and 7:) . Ul ! PrV',;r,,,n,,!Ct
Thursday, 7:.p. Hond.r jrW :W . m
mi men ok
. . unil. 7-rtlla tn . Holr
r ourieeiim iuwn duuuw . ,
Kufhurimj : m , Sunday echmil ; U S0 a.m.,
M'irrilDi! I ryur; uny. m.,riuiui,ii.j.
I-. Jiuvenport, T. B. Hector.
iMi-'l MIHSIONAHV UAPTI8T CHOKCH
I'm srhtna t . n.., 3 p. m.. and T: p. m.
Ma:l .'liool t 7:: p. m Ke. T. J. Sborei,
If 111 EUAN -Thirteenth ilroet; errlii 8b
j l .vh I ) a m ; Sunday ir.booUp. m. Rev.
i I) h 1. 1 ., ttl iT
MKTIlulitsT-Cor. Eighth and Walunt trt,
Preaching Hahhatta ll:OJa. m. and 7 :30 p.m.
.-nnday v.tiool at a:oy p. m. K.r. J. A. Scarrelt.
I tUr'-HYTEKIAN -Eighth itreet: preaching on
t rVi.mh at U: a. m. and 7:) p. m.; prayer
m'-: n S ,IndT at 7::r p.m.; bnndy Scheol
il.jp. bi. lie B. V. ieorf, pitor.
l-T .losKPH H Koiuan embolic) Corner Croea
7 d W)uut .treel: KinlcM Sabbath 10:3"a.
j).; ,s j.i.'.iiy Kchiml t 2 p. m. ; Vper 3 P; m. :
nre, ry dy t 8 m. Hot. O'llnn. Frlent.
ST I' A niK K'K -Knmn Ctbollc) Corner Ninth
r..a mid Wmhlnirtim Tnne; tt1- "
o.Ki b i.d 10 1. m.; Vper S p. m 1'
i p. m. trvc everr dy at h m. Kef. MMWPMtu
p r1 I . -
R. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CKNTRAL K. R.
TIUIKH .tl'BT. -M HRIV
,1:lSt.m ItMil! 4:tft.m
tKipn-M 4:Ap m I AccomdnUm . .4 : p m
Miss CENTRAL B. K.
tM.II 4:.mMH 5:nnp m
tKiprecu 1:15 in tBpreM H.J0.m
ST. L.AC. R K (Narrow Gn?o )
Kipro" UMaftt.m I'KipM" ,VJ?P w
Aicom'dHllon. 1 p m I Acnua'd-toln 12:05 p m
HT.L .. I.M.4 8. K. K.
Kt.r. 11 :-P m ItEipreM S:Sfl p m
rAccum ouon. ::ip.in I tAeeom'd-tlou U -.45.m
WABASH. ST. LOUIS PACIFIC R'T CO.
Mnll A K .... 4 4vm M1I El.... P m
Diljr except Snnd-y. t Dally.
MOBILE OHIO K R;
MmI .X:5. m. I Mtil ....R:N) p. m.
Rwtrtt h:0i.u. EiprcM Mtp- m.
gT. LOUIS CAIRO R.K.
TRAINS Ill'N AS FOLLOWS.
Kxprt-M nl M" l'-veCiro.erfry rty except
Snnilav. t l' m. Amr, 4:p. m.
Acco'mmoUtion arrive, t JJ:W p. in. and do
jirt at I :J0 . m.
Walnut St, near 12 tli.
SUMMER TERM, from .Inly , 12 weeks
FALL TERM, from Oct. 2, 12 weeks
TI ITION FOR TERM
l'KR MONI ll
Comninn School. Ardemlc and Commercial
Q.E01USE II. LEACH, M. U.
IMivskjian and Surgeon.
Special attfintlnn paid to the Momonpathlc treat
m.:nt ,f Piirulciil dlncasoi. and dixceus of women
ami rlilldrmi. , .
(Hiker On ll!h utroet, opponlto the. PuDtOmce,
H. W. C. JOCl'LYN,
OFFK 'B-RlehtH Htrort. near Comr.ew-1 AetinM
U. B. W. WIIITLOCK,
Orriri No. ISA Commercial Avonne, l)twen
Kslith and Ninth Htreeu
JOHN H PRO AT,
ritOriUETOR OF SrROAT'S PATENT
"Wholesale Dealer in loo.
ICE VV TlIE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
r(!KED FOR PHIPPINO
Oar 'JLoadn a Spocialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leyee,
HKNHY E. TAYLOR - Master
OHO. .IOBKS Clerk
Iifiiviii Padacah for Cairo dahy (Sunday! except
ed) at 8 a.m. and Mound City at 1 p m. Htttnrn
Initi L.'area Cairo at 4 p. m. Mound. City at 6p.m.
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE -V15 STATES.
Oa and after Monday. July 31. and nolil further
notlc.tlia ferrylniat Throe Statu will run an near
a ponKibleon the following time table:
TIIK KEOl'LAK CAIRO AND
MiTia UiriS LIATlt
Pool Fonrtb tt. Uliaoarl Land'g. Kentucky Ld g.
i I. m. T:O0a. m. 7:3" . m.
m " 9:00 :w "
10::VI " 11 :W "
i:liOp. m. 2:jp. m. 3:t. m.
Leave Leave Leave
Fool Fourth it. Kentocky Ld'g. MiMouri Lanil'ir.
4:lip. m. 4:ip. m 6:10 p.m.
On la,t trip lea vlnr Kentnrkr landing at 4 :30 o'clock
p. m . the hoat will fa to Bird, Point, making con
nection with T. St. L. paa.enijer train for Cairo.
Firm trip at 8: a. m. leaving Cairo, Will connect
witb T. & St. L. train leaving Cairo.
e-l S3 M
Ml TLAliAIl) S0C1ETT.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE ISSUE-
. ANCE CUMI'AN'IES.
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Oreanlied Julv Htli, 1B77, l!nlr the lw o
tbo 5tHt- of Illinois. Copvrlglitctl Julv
9, 1(177, Under Actof Congreis.
,TA8. 8. McOAHRT Prooldnt
J. II. ROBINSON lt Vlco Pnmldelit
M. PHILLIPS Und Vlco l'realdunt
,T. A. OOLOHT1NK Trcunror
THOMAS LKW18 Secretary
EI). II. W11ITK Aaalatnnt Hecrotajy
KXKUUTIVK COMM1TTW K
Wm. F.PITCnEH. L. 8. THOMAS,
W.C JOCELYN. F. VINCENT,
JIOAIll) OF MANAOKHS:
J. A. Onld.tlne, of Goldmine St Koon water, w hole
aaln and rulnil rtrv good. etc.; Jaa. M. Mi'Oahey,
lumlier nealer; Wm. K. rilcher, ooneral aeent ;
Albert Lewi,, dealer tn flonr and grain: L, 8.
Thoma, hrlcklnycr; Mn Phllllpa, contrnetor
and btillderi 11. A, Clinmltley, grocori .Thou,
T.nwla. aurrutarv and attoruev-al law: w. II.
Marean, Hamivpathlc nhyaiclan; U. Bandnr, of
Sadler non. cror.era; n, n. imiru, airoei piimt
titor; Kd II. White, an't aec. W. A O. M. A. 8o
cletyj J. W. Spier, lumber and mw-mIH; K, L,
o.l...H t...u... . C II Hl.,,.1-1. mI.-u w u t
JtP.R.R i M. Kobler. merchant tailor: Jeff M.
Clark, dealer tn wall paper and window ihadee; .1,
E. KnRll.h, contractor and builder; WtUT. Hud
hum, or Mono A Redburn, cigar maniifaclnrerni
F. Vincent, dealer In lima and cement; I, A.
Phelna. Dholonranhnr: W.C. Jocelvn. denllet.i 8
11. Tabor, tnfg. Joweler; J, It. Rohlnaon, J, 1'. and
notary public; o. o. retrte, liuyaictan; it. w,
Ro.twlck. Insurance aaent: R. li. Jarboe. foruman
8.Gamaln, and E E. Walhridgo, lumber aud
aaw-mui, or c;airo; h. beignton. caanttr it.
liann.Htuart, lowa; uor, r, a, wtiKnraon, rryori
burg, Ky.; J.W. Tarry, ybyilolau, Fulton, Uy.
W. F. Lauiiuin, rlvor editor or Tin Huli.tim
and teamhoit pavaengnr aijcnt. Onlura for all
klndeof ateatuliuat Job pniittug uilicitud. OlDcu
at I'lniitijra Hotel, No. 51 Ohio levee.
b'l'A'l EH OF Til It UIVKK.
Tho river innrkuJ by the yatin lun' even
ing at 4 o'clock at this purl 19 feet 7
inches and rihin;;.
I'itUtlitirg, Au. 5 C p. ui. Kiver 1 foot
0 inuheu and atationnry.
Cincinnati, Au. 50 p. m. River 11
feet 9 inches ami rising.
Nashville, Auj;. 5 fl p. m. River 7 feet
4 inches and rising.
Ht. Louis, Aug.5 C p. m. Uivor 17 feet
11 inches ami rising.
Louisville, Aug. 50 p. m. River 8
feet and falling.
The Faunio Tatuui left here this morn
ing at 0 o'clock for St. Louis. She had a
The excelsior of sternwheelers, we mean
the Pittssburgh, arrived here yesterday at
1 p. m. from 3t. Louis. She had a light
trip, received a few passenger here, and
departed fur the upper Ohio at 2, p. in.
The City of Helena from St, Louis ar
rived here lata last evening with a good
trip fos Memphis; and departed at H. p. m.
The largo Anchor line steamer, John A.
Scudder, is duo this evening from St.
Louis for New Orleans.
Remember the Jas.W. O ttf is due to
night from Memphis, and will take freight
and passengers for Cincinnati and inter
mediate points. S'io W. F. Lambdin
The J. II. Ilillman from Nashville is
due hero to-night and will leave hero to
morrow on her return trip at 16 o'clock,
dipt. Tom Gulligher as clever as any
body's steamboat man presides as chief
The City of Cairo for Vicksburg this
evening. Capt. Vickers master.
The Hudson will leave here early this
morning for St. Louis, and passengers for
the upper Mississippi should they take the
Hudson will fin I her to lie firt-claa in
every particular. Capt. John Griffith is
her worthy master.
Yesterday was a pleasant Uy with a
pleasant brocre stirring all day but busi
ness was uupkasantly dull.
The Silverthnrn leaves here to morrow
nifhtwitha party of colored excursionists
who will atteud the annual emancipation
celebration at Metropolis tho Sth inst.
The Andy Baum for Memphis passed
uown last evening wan aeeou inj).
The Vint Shiukle is the-next Cincinnati
packet for Memphis after the Rtum. She
will arrive hero next Wednesday.
Tho Paris C.Brown is four days out from
New Orleans and will report here Tuesday
night or early Wednesday morning for Cin
Cincinnati. Tho City of Vicksburg is duo this eve
ning from St. Louis to Vicksburg.
The Annie P. Silver was hard aground
at Burdeaux chute 27 Louis. Tho City of
rrovidenco pulled her olf.
The Anchor lino boats have experienced
some troublee recently from the low stages
ot water between this place and Vicks-
TheOalTfor Cincinnati left Memphis
with a good trip. Look out for her to
night. The Andy R turn arrived at 5 p. m. yes-
terday lor Memphis with a good trip and
departed at 0 p. m.
W. C. COLT'S IMMENSE EXHIBITION.
This is what they think in Chicago
of Coup's shows. FOUR HINd CIRCCS AND
Tho menagerie was swelled to great
proportions by tho addition of tho many
handsome cages ot raro annimals, which
were not in order on tho first night, and
tho hippodromo races were thrilling and
exciting to a degree that fairly enchanted
the vast fjaudienco gathered within tho
nionBtcr tent. Tho wonderful divo of Zaola,
tho hurl through tho air of Loyale, the
bareback riding of Messrs. Melville,
Ducrow and other performers, tho trained
horses, goats and other unnitnals, all wont
astonishingly well, and tho mammoth ex
hibition, taken as a whole was pronounced
to be THE LARGEST HIIOW EVER1
SEEN and THE HUGE TENT THE BIG
GEST EVER MANUFACTURED.
The above exhibition will bo given in
Cairo ou Sat. Aug 10th.
No Trouble to Swallow.
Dr. Pierce's "Pellets" (tho original "littlo
liver pills") and no pain or griping. Cure
sick or bilious headache, sour stomach, and
cleanse the system and bowels. 25 cents a
"Became Sou ml ami Well."
R. V.Pierce, M.D : DearSir-My wife,
who had been ill for over two years, and
had tried many other medicines, became
sound ami well by using your "Fuvnrito Pro
scription." My uieets was also cured by its
use, alter several physicians had failed to
do her any good. 1 ours truly,
Thomas J. Metiivin,
Hatcher's Station, G a.
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
COKIiKt'TKD DAILY BY CFIA3. CUNNING
U-M P. M. Angut5. Ifwa.
Atiuimt. Stmtuinber. October.
Pork t t: KM . in?:
Wheat 1 0 i,
w .. . ' " w : 4
Corn 7ii i,
Oat UK art;
Pork ' M si ' ki e ui -.
Wheat 1 do m' " n,u
Corn 7i;, -rt
Oats 'UWi.U ai;s :v,K
4 Mi) P. M. Cloelni!.
Pork J I.-, DK't i)(u
Wheat 'fAKTt.i !ll H'll.
Corn :a s 71',;
UaU 4H.2'; 3iU4i; M'i
N EW YORK. AUGUST 5. IS!.
Wheat R W. tt Ut.l i v.. i tni ini
Corn No. 2 8Hc.
MEN WOMEN AND BOOKS.
EDITED IN THK INTEREST OF THE CAIRO
PUBLIC 1. Ill HAH Y,
''I bold my favorite books In apodal tender care,
Ami prl.ethemaa a miner due, till gold."
The season of long dreamy days remind
us to secure for our leisure hours, books
which are as suitable fur summer reading
as fresh fruit for summer eating, refreshing
ea.-y of digestion uul also contributing
materially to healthful enjoyment. Among
othei s of this order tho following list may
be found at the public library : ''But ween
the Gates," "The World on Wheels," Benj.
Taylor; 'Bits of Travel," llslen Hunt;
'Louisana," "Fair barbarian," "Hay
worths," "Lass of Lowrie," Mrs. Benett;
"Ono Summer," Blanch Howard; "Aunt
Serena," Miss Crespigny; "A Voyage in
tho Snbcam." "Sunshine and Storm," Mrs.
Brarry; "A Lady's life in the Rocky
Mountains," Miss Bird; "The Household of
romance and deserves especial mention.
Gail Hamilton says it is one of those
romances that pluck out all your teeth
then dare you to bite them. Your inter,
est is awakened in the first chapter, and
you are whirled through in a lightning
express train that leaves you no op
portunity to look at the little details,
Uwu aud river. You notice two or three
peculiarities of style, one or two bits of
painting, then put on your seven league
boot ami away you go.
The London academy Bays, "The exhi
bition of American paintings, and the eel
tbrated Low Tiles" at the Fine Art
Society is an interesting ono although the
American paintings are all by one artist,
aud in black and white, and the celebrated
Low Tiles' are only about a dozen in num
ber. Mr. II. A. Becknell's paintings are in
oil, and produce much tho effect of etch
ing. They arc paintod on zinc and trans
ferred to paper. The subjects are mostly
woodland scenes, and are executed with
wonderful skill. The Low Tiles' are still
more remarkable, and reveal a new phase of
art between sculpture aud painting ail
mirably suited for decoration. The whole
of tho design is modeled in low relief
colored, in one color and glazed. The tints
employed are rich aud soft olive greens and
bronze yellows, they are applied with great
artistic jidgment giving no little sense of
light, and air, and distance to the land
Iu answer to the question, "Why are
Woman, as a set lonely?" there are some
whoclaini that "feeliug lonesome" is an
inherent characteristic of feminine naturo,
which can be mitigated, but cannot be
eradicated. Others maintain that the thor
ough prosecution of an aim in life would
dissipate thi loneliness. It is not to be
gain said that tho lives of tho majority of
women are absolutely purposeless. Many
women are active enough, but mere activity
is not sufficient. She who would make her
life worth living, must have a definite
worthy ambition to tho accoiupl shmeut of
which sho dedicates her best power. It
may not contemplate tho subjucation of nn
art or a science, it need not, ot necessity,
be very exalted or exacting. Even so
prosaic a calling as a housekeeping can
make a happy, non-lonely woman of her,
who takes a just pride in her work and
pursues it with enthusiasm and intelligence.
Every human being, however, tenderly
cared for, must sooner or later awake to tho
consciousness that thero aro heights and
depths of experience which neither affection
nor sympathy can reach, and when, in utter-
abminess, tho soul wrentles with its fate;
and this is as truo of men as women.
Women brood over and develop this con
sciousness of alonencss, a natural result of
their habit of looking to others lor aid and
sympathy and of the aimless character ot
their lives. Men on tho contrary, being for
the most part self-reliant and interested to
agrcatoror less extent in pursuits of va
rious kinds, have little opportunity or in
clination to grow morbid over tho indiffer
encereal or fauciet-of those with whom
they aro associated, and tho woman who
would save herself from feeling lonely and
uncared for must emulate men by culti
voting self dependeuce and by devoting
horselt to some purpose which innp'ues her
with interest. Bho must do, and not con
tent herself simply with being.
Yesterday morning about 4 o'clock, Con.
Galigher, an employe in tho Illinois Cen
tral railroad company's yards up town was
run over by a freight train and injured so
that ho died within an hour and a half after
wards. Ho had been in the employ of tho
company ut East Cairo for somo years as
car carpenter but when the two roads were
consolidated under ono mannrcmenr, ho
was transferred to Cairo and, owinr to his
ago and a sore foot from which he sulfured
much, ho was nut on the watch. Yesterday
morniug early ho hid wandered about
much, was tired and was suffering more
than usual with his foot. He sat down on
aside track near ono of the troight
sheds to rest and had sat there but a Bhort
whilo when, by j irring of tho track, ho wag
maneawaro that a freight car was approaching.-
Ho rose immediately, but owing to
his sore foot, ho was unablo to jump aside
in time to allow the car to pass. Ho was
struck, knocked across the track and the
car passed over him near the hips, very
nearly cutting him in twain. Strange as it
may appear the . other employes
in the yards took immediate charge of tho
horribly mutilated man and transported
him to St. Mary's Infirmary, whero, under
the best surgical and medical treatment
that could by procured, the poor old man
died about an hour and a half afterwards,
fully conscious t the last and able before
he died to give an account of how the ter
rible accident happened.
The remains were yesterday conveyed to
the home of his sister on Eleventh street,
between Walnut and Cedar streets, from
whence they will bo buried to-day. The
funeral will leave the houso at t o'clock for
St. Patrick's church, whero ssrvices will
be held over them, and from which
they will bo taken to the train
which will leave the foot of Eighth street
at two o'clock for Villa Ridge where the re
mains will be interred.
Mr. Gtligher was an uuelo of Mis.
George G. Wichert. He had lived long
in Cairo and was generally and favorably
Eloquent But Unavailng.
A man dressed in sailor costume was
op before a country court the otlu-r day.
upon a charge of stealing a pair of boot.
As ho had no counsel the court nppoii'.t-i-d
n jwungt.vwyer tu take charge ot tho
dofniiso. The lawyer opened the ea.-e with
a speech, in which ho alluded to hU
client as "a child of the snd sea waves, a
nursling of the storm, whom the pililes.s
billows had ca.-.t, a forlorn and friend
loss waif, upon the shore of timo, after
n life spent in tierce and heroic contests
with the raging elements." Then tho de
fendant w as put in the dock, and thef.tct
was revealed that he was cook upon a
anal boat, pnvioiis to which lie had
hawked lisli. The "nursling of tho
Ftorm" is now in jail for six months.
Penny Postage stamps were lirst is
sued in 1810.
Breaches of Etiquette at Court.
There is a story going round in civic
circles to the effect that a lady, dis
tinguished in that social world of which
the Mansion house is tho center, com
mitted a strange mid most inexcusable
breach of etiquette, on tun occasion of
the recent i.-it of the queen to Epping
forest. The lady had to make a small
pnvst ntaliori to her majesty, and instead
of kissing the ro al hand, sho shook it
vigorously! 1 never heard of but ono
other per-oii who made, a similar mis
take, and that was a young student of
Trinity college, Dublin, now tho staid
viear of a pari)! in ('htshire, whom
ner oti-oio's overcame when he was lirst
introduced to the presence of royalty.
Hudson, we know, once offered his arm
to the queen, but her majesty, thinking,
doubtless, that the "railway'king" had
matters on his mind more important
limn court etiquette, accepted it with
smiling grace.--I.nmhn World.
A Cough. Cold or Sore Throat
should bo stopped. oNeglect frequentl re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder tho stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on tho inflam
ed narts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers aro subject to. For thirty
years BrownV Bronchial Trochos havo been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they havo attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 25 cents a
If You are Ruined
iu health from any cause, especially from
tho use of any of tho thousand nostrums
that promise so largely, with long fictitious
testimonials, havo no fear. Resort to Hop
Bitters at once, and in a Bhort time you
will havo the most robust and blooming
Woman's True Friend.
A friend iu need Is a friend iudeed. This
none can deny, especially when assistance
Is rendered when ono is sorely alllicted
with disease, more particularly those com
plaints and weakness so common to our
female population. Every woman should
know that Electric Bitters are woman's true
friend, and will positively restore her to
health, oven when all other remedies fail.
A single trial always proves our assertion.
They are pleasant tn the taste, tnd only cost
fifty cents a bottle Sold by Harry W.
Bchub. (2) .
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Prepared from the choicest Fruits, 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 parity, 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 & SBJCE,
Chicago, I1L, and St. Louia, Mo.,
I.k.r. of t.npolla Tf..t flwa, Or. Prlr'. fr Bakl
Podr. an4 Dr. lrU'. t'alau. PerftMet.
WKMAKE NO SECOND CHAD! COO OS.
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Life Insurance Company
. IN THE WOULD.
.it alone iianea
etipuliitlng that the contract of lu.urance ".ball
Lot bo uiiioatcd" alter It l three years old,
aud Unit inch polkleo ahall ba
on receipt of latlefaclory proof! of death.
Ua policy la clear and concteu, and contalui
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
N. B. READ YOTll P01.ICIKS. Compare the
hort and Himplo form uaed by tho Equitable with
he long and obeciire coutmcm loaded down wttU
techtilcalltlun lamed by other compuuitxl
Its CASH RETURNS
to poller buldora are
N. B. 8oo the many latter from policy hold era
xprM'tng their gratification with the returiii from
their ToNriNi Uavinii Vvsu Piiliciis,
llacuuae of tin
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely IuvMed, nearly
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Offle. eaunr lath tod Wa.hlugtoav