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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
Mayor N. B. Thiatlewood.
l.'lerg -lli onln. J. Foley.
('nunau)ur Wm. B. Gilbert.
Marahal I.. II. .Mityuri,
tiorio'y- William iler.drlcka.
ViaHD or ALllKHMN.
Klrat Ward--Wm.McHal'i.T. M. Klmlirongn.
ren-ond Ward - Ji ii. llwiklH, C. N. Hughaa,
Third Warl-H. K. Make. John Wi.ml.
K.,nrlh Ward -Charles 0. 1'ailer, Adoiph 8wo-
Klfth Ward-T. W. Italildav. Krncat B. Hottlt.
flr-nili JudgeI). J. Malar,
llnaiit Cltrrt-A. li. Irviu.
( on lily JiiiIj: It. S Yocmii.
County rb.rah. J. Iliimm.
County Attorney J. M. Ihtinrori.
County Treaaurer-Mlle W, 1'arker.
Mhi-riir Jcihn Hodgea.
County OommlsaioncraT. W. Ilalllday,
Ulhba itud Peter raup.
SUIilo llAIMTSr.-Oonior Tenth and I'oplar
VV atreeta; preaching first and third Sundays In
ea i rnout ti. II a. iu. and 7:') o. m.: prayer meet
liit; Thursday, 7; i p. m. ; .Sunday school, Hi.'iU a m
K)V. A. J. UKaS, I'a.tor.
piimcil OP TUB KBI)KKIKhV-Bplacoiia')
J r'o'irt'niitti street; rJunday ?:floa m., Holy
Km. li nrmi ; u::yta. m., .Sunday school ; 11.(10 a.m.,
Morning I'rayers; ; . m., Evening Prayer. P.
1". Davenport, S. T. U. Hector.
l.MI'.ST Mt.SSIONAKY BAPTIST CHCKCH.
' Vrr-n hiim at 10:30 a. n.., i p. ro., and 7:30 p. m,
hl.linili aibool at 7 ) p. m Her. T. J. Bhores,
It ill KUAN .Thirteenth street; sfrvkes Hab
4 1 'I'll 1 : -V a. m ; Sunday school 2 p.m. Kef.
Kllf. i , past t
MM'llwlMHT-Oif. Eighth and Wal not streets,
l'r-aclilui! tfamiatb U:UUa. m. arjd7:K) p.m.
Mindnv rviiool at p ra. Kev. J. A. Scarrelt,
I )K ;I'YTKI(IAN Klghth street; preaching on
1 S .l.tiKih at ll:i) a. tn. and 7:9" p. m; prayer
irn't-Mii Wedtu-adav at 7:) p.m.; Sanday StUivol
at i tn. It! v B. Y. Oeorge, pastor.
'T I'l-KI'll S-,Koman Catholic) Corner Croii
J ...I Walnut streets; service ha'iliath 10:Wa.
ii.; Sun -lay Si hool at '! p. m. ; Vespera S p. m ; .or
rii if . o'day at 8 a. m. Hev. U'Uara. I'rteet.
CT I' ATKICK - Roman C atholic) Corner Ninth
iim! and Washington avetiie; services Hab
nath 6 and in a. m. ; Vespers 8 p. m. ; Hnnday Hchool
t m. a.rvlces every day at 8 a. m. Re?. M.tfitenon
R. R. TIME CAHD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
T!U ! Ml IlIPAUT. THINS AKIUVI.
Mail :! a.m I tMall .: a.B
rc ini'datliin.ll :10 a m Sxprci 11:10 a n
tKxpruK 4.JI .m XccomdaUon..:(iO p i
MHS CKNTKALK. K. '
t Vail 4:ltta.ratMal) .. .. !i:(p.m
tExpreaa 10:15a m tKipreaa ll:'ja m
ST. L. A ('. R. K. (Narrow Oauije )
EipreK- i:Ai.m'KiirM 4::p.m
' Accom'dailno. 1 i..tn I Accoia'datoln 12:(tt p.m
HT. I. . I M 8. K. R
Et!'Mia ll:1iip.m tKxprnaa i:V p.m
tArcom nation, c.lnp.m I tAccoin'datlon. 11.41 a.m
WABASH. ST. LOUIS PACIFIC K'Y CO.
Mnll A Ki .... 4 4 vra "Mall A ti.... 9:3) p.m
Daily except Sunday, t Dally.
MOBILE OHIO B. It:
Mail AM, di. I Mail ... p. m.
Sxproa. h.UJ a. m. Expre.a n:SUp. Ul.
ST. LOUIS & CAIRO R. II
TRAINS RUN A3 FOLLOWS.
Kxpn-aa ati.l Mail Wvea Cairo, every day except
Sunday, at IHIS a tn. Arriv.a 4:S5p. m.
Accommodation arrlvva at 12 : p. m. and de
parta at I p. tu.
NEW A I) V ERTI sF.M UN TS.
Walnut St , near 12th.
SUJIMKKTERVT, from July 5, 12 weeks
FALL TKUlf, from Oct. 2, 12 weeks
TUITION Foil TERM
Common School. Academic and Commercial
II K.N K V KLO VD, Timcbor.
QEOUGE II. LEACH, M. D.
I'hvician and Surgeon.
Spuclal attention paid to the Homoopitthlc treat
mi nt of auri;ical discusia, and diaoavea of women
Odlce: On Uth atreet, opposite the Post Odlce,
jQU. W. C. JOCKLYN,
OKF1CB-K i ghth HtroBt. near Comr ordal Avunne
JIl. E W. WniTLOCK,
Orrio-No. l:iS Commercial Avonne, botweon
Kghth and Ninth Strecla
ntOrRIETOIt OF SrROAT'8 PATENT
ICE I'Y THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
t'UJKED FOR siitrriNO
Oar Loads a Spocialtv.
O F F I O K I
Cor, Twelfth Street and Levee,
REGULAR CAIRO AND
r ADIT xn
HENRY B. TAYLOR
Leave. Pa.lur.ah Mr Cairo daiiy (Sundaya except
in ai s a.m. and timing i'iiv .11 . ' n '.
I,,, . '.'...'" "-g.
., .n i) . iu. noiiaa. city at Dp. m
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Monday. .Tnlv 'Jl tttul unlit r.,il...
notic-.the ferryboat t hreo sii. win ..m..
a poaaibleon tue following time table:
IliTia ' Liivia
Mlnourl Land g. Kentucky Ld g.
Foot Fourth it.
7:00 a. m.
ll:.i I "
t:w p. m.
Foot Fourth at.
Kentucky Ld'g. Mlaaourl Land's.
pn ti:IO p.m.
4:' p. m.
On laat trip leavlnu Kenttirkv landl nir at 4 :.'HI aVIatI.
p. m., the hoal will eo to Ilird. Point. m.L-lnc .
rect on with T. St. L. paa.eneer train for Cairo.
II ot i 1i ,:f m' (evi0alro. Will connect
wilUl.Aht. L. train leavlna Cairo.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
OrganlzedJhlv 14th, 1877, Bnder tbe Laws 0
the State of Illinois. CopvrlglitcilJulv
9, 1877, Under Act of Cougrcu.
,1AS. S. McCAHEY Proaldetit
l I,,iV!,!?i5ON " 't Vlce-Preaident
f: AUoo&Nk:::::::;::::,d vlr Ki
W. H. MAREAH I -.-irtMurii
.7. S PKTK1K ( .. Msdlcal Adviaoii
TriOMAS LEWIS HecreUry
ED. II. WHITE AaalBtant Secretajy
Wm. F. PITCHER, I.. S. THOMAS,
W.C JOCKLYN, F. VINCENT,
WILL T. REDBURN.
J. A. Goldatlne, of floldatltie Ro.cnwater, whole,
aale and ret nil dry good, etc.; Jaa. H. Me(iali"y,
lumber dealer; Wm. F. Pitcher, general auoiif:
Albert Lewla, dealer in flour aud gralu; L. 8.
Thomas, bricklayer; Moaoe Phllllpa, contractor
and builder; H. A. Chiimhloy, grocer; Thoa.
Lewla, aocetarv and attorneyat law; W. H.
Marean, Hwimepalhlc phyaiclan; II. Dander, of
Sacdvr Bon. grocera; R, II. Daird. atreet lupcr
viaor; Ed H. White, aaa't aoc. W. O. M. A. Bo.
elety; , I. W. Spier, lumber and law-mill; F. I..
Oernlcon, barber: E. U. Dietrich, clerk V St. I,,
P, R. K. ; M. Kobler. merchant tailor; Jeff M.
Clark, dealer In wall-paper and wludow ahadea; J.
E. Kngllah, contractor and builder; WiUT. Rud
burn, of More Redbarn, cigar maanfacttirerat
V. Vincent, dealer In lima aud cement; I. A.
Phelpa, photographer; W.C. Jocelyu, dentist; S.
H. labor, mfg. Jeweler; .1. II. Rohlnaon, J. V. and
notary public; J. B. Petri, phyaiclan; U. W.
Boatwlck. Insurance agent: R. E. Jarboe. foreman
ot.Gaamalne, and E E. Walbndge, lumber and
aw-mlll, of Cairo; H. Lelghton, caahltr Nat.
Bank, Stuart Iowa; Rev. P. A. Wllkeraon, Pryota
burg, Ky.j J.W, Tarry, phyaiclan, Fulton, Ky.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY I1Y CIU8 CUNNING
1S:'10 p, M . Auiiurtr, 1S.
1.00 P. M.
' I fi-i
1 0 h
NEW YORK.AUUU8T 7, ItHi.
Wheat R. W. $1 1I U i-ijj So I Red $1 1G
Com No. iiSSc.
v. r Lamhdis, river editor of t'nu IIiim.tim
and aliambojt paacnger a'-nt. Order for all
kluilsof ateamhoat Job printing aoliclted. Ofllco
nt I'luntera Hotel, No, 51 Ohio levuo.
The Ous'Fowltr wan late yesterday ow
ing to heavy lusint'sn. ,S)e 9 tluu at 3. p.
ni. tu-dav from nnducuh.
The City of Vicksbur from St. Louis
passed down Sunday evening with a jfood
Remember that the Vint Shittklu this
evening for Memphis. Cspt. 0. Y
Thompson in command. Cnl (i. I). Moore
in the office,
The Golden Crown from Cincinnati U
duo to-morrow for New Orleans.
The Paris C. Brown from New Orleans
will report here to-morrow evening for
The Calf from Memphis pas.,e.l un Sun
day night with a moderate trip.
The John B. Maude for St. Louis left
here yesterday morning at 10 o'clock. Sho
bad a good passenger trip.
Tbe John A. ScudJer from St. Luis ar
rived last evening with a splendid trip for
Business dull all over town yesterday.
Capt Bill Hamilton, of Mound Citv.cauio
dowu on the Safford yesterday on a little
business trip, left at 1 p. m. by samn
We viiu-1 Mound City yesterday on
business, and during perambulations met
Mr. Oho. H. Smith general freight and
ticket agent of the Cairo and St. Louis
narrow guage road, also Mr. Hilly Wil
liams agt. for tho same road nt this place.
The boat left rather early for us to get off,
and we returned with Mr. Williams, who
was driving a very nice team.
The towboit Jas. Hobson arrived last eve
niugwith three barges loaded with lumber,
six hundred thousand feet all of which
will bo sent to New York by rail.
Capt. Lev Riuleigh is doing some first
class work on the Hrd Cash.
Dick Carney the clmnpion steamboat
blacksmith, aud workman of iron and steel
is now located at .Mound City, we paid
him a fashionable call, and found him
"full of business" Bb Hart of PaJucah
is one of bis staff.
Tho St. Oenevievo is due from
St. Louis for Memnhis this evoninrr.
The City of Providence from St. Louis
is due here to-morrow cveniug for Vicks
burg. Tho City of Hilton Rouge leaves St.
for New Orleans to-morrow evening.
Tho Waif 11 small propeller from Pad il
eal, commanded by Cupt. Dick Hosinthal,
camo down from Paducah on a Utile ex
cursion Sunday arrived here at a p. in.
among tho distinguished party wo noticed
Capt. Milt Harry, of tho steamer Josio
Hany now on the ways at Paducah for re
pair, Mr. J. M. Brown, steamboat agent.
Bona Jackson : Monsieur M. 8. Murlett,
of Hotel Richmond, and several other
gentleman of the beautiful plain city. The
entire delegation done Cairo iu fine style,
and retired to their little craft for supper,
which was served iutho best stylo by Au
thor Woolfolk, one ol tho best cook on
land or water. From what wo saw of the
outfit they ret tainly camu fully prepared
for a jolly good time, they left 011 their
return trip ut 11 p. m. and voted for Pad
ucah and 3hawtieetovn riil road, which
took place yesterday,
Horrible calamity: Steamer Gold Dust
exploded her boilers and burned to the wa
ters edge last evening, just abovo Hickman
Ky. 17 lives known to bo lost and others
missing and wounded. All
of the available physicians with nurses,
Bent from here on Tugs were
to aid the sufftirers, owing to the excite
ment and confusion on receiptor tho nows
we are unable to furnish lur'.her particu
lars until to morrow morning.
Tho Howe scales have all tho latest Im
provements. It is truo economy to buy
the best. Borden. Sullir.k .fc Cn.. arrnnta.
St. Louis, Mo, (3)
MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1882.
nv mum. j. omvkii smith.
The story inn", Hint mire no m-l Int enmo
lii liiro tin- kiitiIiv-I niHMtT, all ditto
11b nHnit glowing hope, Unit Moon or Inle
li inline mltlil Kliliio npnii (In. iu,u of fiinn
J no',. Know-while lilu ,, (ri-Hh with morning dew
NoimI mi tho niitMcr'. ile-k. "Take Hickp,
An.) piiim ih' in turn to imtiiri', one livoun,
lllltlet oiie-linil Hie wlntu H. lleiivon'. own
Now it w, 10 imujrlit to jrrasp tho blue of
And iniiiirlr with eitcb pelura (fleaming mow,
I urn enieriild leal. Hid lid the ( Ho vns (flow;
lltit, "i rim 10 iiiitine," wuh the iinni'lnlo given.
A tlMinglil tlithei o'er tiim piiini a vuho of
And send the golden nunllglit mieiinilnK
"Well doner tho muster mid; "your tkill U
Heiii ofurtn your iinine almll atiind licaldo my
,i n ,
A poet youth, whom iIiMiioliilmenrn fmig
in', i-a'i.,, inni, ion oi'i-iiuie Hloiv I'eiel.
"Mv it iii in linn fliiu mI, nil 1... " i,..'t..i.i
"Ill live, fiirneM liiUir Hhtill huImIiiu tli imnir."
Aid ho, f)(ir ili tu,. were eotieetved ngiiin,
Ami rHyt m tlioiiKbt were lletided. 'I'ruth
Willi love's prifiiuiilc eoloia slreninliiK
1 111 1 'lorn,
On flower of hope that spring from ground of
pii 1 11
Then, mnii of at.p, the iimstor'a lionin
Joy hiiMmir him rnlrnticed. 'Twould i,l, n-e
For cool nud heart were on tho (rlowlngpairo.
Alii", twin but the eye of aenin it bought!
".Viy, ef ine not noiir." be nld in neeenm e,iil,
" out h it not niiinbiM)l ymitli n iiv, r hold!"
"Then nil is lit!"llu' teiule-is youth replied,
Aud on tin- very IhioNiiuld mik nud dlwl.
Hesii .. bik inini, there M.,d in after .veins,
A I rotlier hind i. nobie heiirl find tuien'
" ho 1, 11 .,- 01 hers in their Joy end pniii:
And l-ei.iiig down, hib rhe ks all wcl with
He siihl, "How might that soul have Messed
W'. p nut rnen'H eyes to living genius lilind!"
Anil lis 11 Ni.ii"o to lb.- heart liereft. '
I'l'oii the nmi lile these irriiinl wonls ho left :
''l'o Lie qiiiek luow Fiiine grudge her liest
"While the ipiiek heart to enjoy it thiol ln
tjiHih: "On the 1I1 a. I fortdieiid's seulptiirisl miuldo
"Lo, her eliniep eiown its flowers aro also
NELLIE'S BANNEE 8CEEEN.
you not 1I0110 that
cried Maud l.estci
Xellio, I sny! Have
baiiiu'i' screen jet?"
"Ami Cousin Nellie, don't forget my
letter in the package," said Vera.
'Nor iniiic, Nellie darling!'' piped
Horn, tho youngest of Doctor I.e.-ier's
four preity daughters. There llicy ure
all tliree letter: and there are two iioles
for you, bv-tli.'-hv. One is from Hroth-
er holierl. I think. I cannot. inia"-im
why he should write to von, tlmu"h.
The other is a circular, or someihin-r of
that kind. 1 hev will keen till von tin
i.ih that, won't they, dear? I do "so long
10 mm n couiplcteil. Iiotid-hve!
Dora danced away after her two .sister-;.
Ni.ilie (Jar-Ion, her orphaii-eousin,
li:iii-n a moment jn .r w,,ri and took
up one of the letters -the one that Dora
had ascribed (o her brother Roll rl
' Iu trouble again. I dansav, for I he
hundredth time, and wishes mc to break
it b rude Martin," she thought. "1
woinh-r what uncle would sav if the
girls should auemi to go on its Robert
does for a single day?"
Iiefoiv she 1, ad lime to look at the su
perscription .t' the letter, h deferential
servant siood before her.
"If you please, Miss. Nellie, the house
keeper says would you just step down
to her room, and see if the wedding
cake, looks right? She wanted the other
young ladies to come, too; but she nev
er s.-ut me upstairs until they were
gone. And she says she shall go clean
out of her mind if you don't come at
"I will he there directly, Louisa,"
said Nellie, putting down her letter on
the edge of her tiny cmhroidcrv frame.
Vcrvfair, and sweet, and girlish she
looked, as she ran down to Mrs, Jen
kin's sanctum, with that pleasant sniilo
upon her face. Rut hers was a happy
and a sunshiny heart. She had been
adopted, a penniless, lonely orphan, bv
her uncle; and she considered 110 sacri
fice too gvat, lo make to insure his com-
fort, or (he welfare of nnv member of
"Rut for uncle, I might mVe been
starving mid homeless to-day." she told
herself now. lis she o-lided throuo-h tho
llower-deeked house. "I onodil In Jn
everythimr the girls wi.h: "mil if I
.1 . . t 1 1,
iiiougui: iora wai reaiiy in earnest,
when she raves so about Ale. Vernon
Rut she is not, of course. I need not
make myself unhappy by drawing hack
from his oilers of fnonilshiu until her
heart is far more engaged than it is
now. I wonder if he will eome thiseve
ningi' And what could it have been that
he would inilv tell me here at honieP''
It was tho eve of her eldest cousin's
wedding. IClhel, a joyous, handsome
brunette, was the first (if all the .sister
hood to be wooed and won. As sho
married a wealthy merchant, some thirty
years her .senior, whoso who 0 future
ifo would be spent iu niini.sterimMo her
liirhtest fancies, her friends naUirallv
overholined her with iircsents of the
most expensive kind. Nellie of course
(inini not atlord anything" that would
rust money, but for several weeks im.st.
every moment of her spare timohud
iieen employed in the elaboration of a
most lastcfullvdcsio-iied banner screen.
nnd when she had duly admired Hut
wedding-cake, that MrsJenkins would
allow no one but herself to touch, hur
ried back- to finish tho embroidery, and
then put tho delicate work away.
It was nearly dusk when she took it,
from its fnii 1 it'.' She placed the farewell
letters of tho sisters in its centre, and
summoned a servant to see it properly
packed and delivered to the bride s lady's-maid.
Then she went wearily upstairs to
dress for dinner, reserving 'Rohert'i let
ter for the morrow. .
"Happy will be tho girl whom ho
d(Ms chooso! Not because ho is so rich,
but hecauso he iri so pood," she said to
herself, as she entored tho great drawing-room
with tho bridal party. t th
appointed hour, and saw, a sho half
cxpoelod, that Mr. Vernon's eyes wero
fiuiicroiv nxcu 1 lion ner.
Hut even as she glanced shyly back
trotn beneath her cold en Insliou ut Kim
Ids faro darkened suddenly, and grew
proud and stern.
He turned away with an abrupt
movement, and began to talk to a fash
ionably attired young lady, with whose
name, for the last year, society had of
ten linked his own'
Through the outpouring of congratu
lations which followed the ceremony,
be bore hi.s part gaily and composedly!
Only when he found himself beside Nel
lie, he would stiffen into an icy cold
ness, that repelled and defied the least
attempt nt rmpiiry or explanation on
In such a ease, what, cm a woman
do? She can only hold her peace, ami
Miller, patiently or impatiently, accord
ing to her nature.
Nellie was patient, but very, very sad.
She saw (icorgo Vernon depart without
even attempting to speak to her. Her
heart bled inwardly, but she made no
Neither then, nor at any time ilurinc
the long, weary, miserable year that fo
lowed after Kthel's wedding, did he ex
plain his conduct w hich, it seemed to
her, was not only strange, but also insult
ing in the extreme.
The time dragged on for Nellie, but
for her three cousins it moved at happy,
golden speed. One wedding, it is said,
makes many. And certainly Kthel's
three pretty bridesmaids were all en
gaged within that year.
When lithe) returned, to keep her an
niversary. lU'ctial Mtions for tlio tl.rno
bridals were in progress to her great de
light. "And our modest 1 it 1 1 Nellie hero
might hafe been the fourth bride, but
for me and that unlucky banner screen
sho made mc," said Rtiiel, on the first
evening when (ieorgu Vernon called.
They were alone in the boudoir with
Nellie, who was writing a letter for
Ethel at her reipiest.
Nellie started, and looked up at her
"Yes, dear. You never will forgive
me," said Mrs. Tracy, holding up a
sealed envelope, "I was stupid enough
though it turned out a lucky accident1
to tear the lining of your banner screen
lust week, and in it I found this letter,
addressed to on."
"1 remember," said Nellie, quietly.
''Cousin Robert's Idler. I never could
find it. I was so hurried at the last. -It
was on the frame, and must have slip-
pen into tne lining as 1 took it off."
"I say nothing as to the writer," ob
served Mrs. Tracv. "Mr. Vernon, will
you give this to Nellie, or shall I?"
He took it from her hand, polite but
piTV..'.!ed. One glance at the unbroken
seal, and then, with Hushed face and
Mushing eyes, he sprang to his feet.
"li. Nellie: how wretched I have
her 11 tins year past, and all for nothing.
I wrote this letter I asked you in it to
be my wife. If you consented, you
were to wear a white rose in your bair
that morning. You did not wear it I
thought you scorned my oiler."
"Was that the rr.is.nii why you looked
at mo so? why you have been so so
unkind ulf through this wretched year?"
faltered Nellie. "But I never saw tho
letter till now."
t "M 'I . forgive me!" cried
fJeorge, clasping her in his arms. "I
had heard that you were fond of your
Cousin Robert, and after that evening
believed it. How could I know that my
letter was stitched up in some piece
'Take care! Respect tho banner
s,'i 11 !" said Mrs. Tracy, laughin"
heartily. "My poor Nellie! I gimsseH
all this the moment 1 saw that precious
epistle, and ever since I came homo
I've been scheming to bring you two
together, witn only ine to witness your
reconciliation. And now I'll leave you,
happy iu my work. An 'old married
woman' like myself is only in her prop
er place when superintending tho ar
raiigcnieis for wedding number four.
Take my advice, and name tho fiaino
day that the girls have chosen, Nellie!"
Nellie did take it, and was happy ev
Name some of the njost important
evert ; tlu happened in American his
HI:'''. Landing mado on Plymouth
I 1 - First Thaiiksiriviii" Dnv koni-
o -n j 1 1
1 '-'-'. 1'irst meeting-house built.
Hi I", first printing-press.
Hi IS. Witches first hung.
Itil'.1. Mm are commanded lo u.mi
I(jfi2. More w itches hung in Salem.
170".'. Yale Colleen founded in Vow
Hn . - ..
1701. First newspaper printed at Bos
170.'). ('(dice is tasted.
170"). Tea is tried, but taxation makes
A Route Planned Out.
We have an old citizen in this place.
writes 11 correspondent at Industry, III.,
who is Very hard of iienrimr It,, Inn
been talk'uiir for some timeof visitinc
(ierinany in the fall. 1 sat beside liim
at meeting Hie other night. After the
sermon was over the minister took a
turn around the church, shaking hands
lltnl tulkiil.T. Present I v he ennui to tho
old citiz.cn, and taking'his hand ho com-
meneeu: ".ny near old tnemi, aro you
thinking of going to heaven?"
"Yah," said tho (ierman, "ven I gits
my grrenpneks changed mit gold."
"Vou don't understand me." timinrk.
ed the other. "I mean don't vou want
to go to heaven?"
"Yell. I tinks not: I vnx nt u'
Haven once, and it is a pad blaco. I
pelicvo I goes to Germany in the fall!"
1 a 1
ft is rrdcillllled tlmf. at tlm rntn !,.
. - ' - ww vs lVV liliu
Band of New Jersey in being exported
tn atrntvlini'rv ruwim tlioi-o will W nni
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enough left of tho Stat in otio lntudrod
years for tU two hetiatora to lirw in.
nmie other Baking Powdtrt art largely
adultergfed with Alum and ether hurtful
has been kept unchanged in all its original
purity and strength. The best evidence of
its safety and effectiveness is the fact of
its !,ving received the highest testimoni
flfa from the most eminent chemists in tho
United States, who have analyzed it, frot
its introduction to the present time. Mo
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, HI., and St. Louii, Mo
luarMtarm ef LipilU T...I fli, nr. PriW. Spwial
riatrli (Uracil, uj Ur, Prln'a C,,,. rtrhaa,
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Life Insurance Company
ITS, THE WORLD.
ill alono lasnoa
ftipulsllng that the contract of Insurance, "shall
not bo di.DUted" aftr It la three yearn old,
and that auch pollciea shall be
on receipt of aatlnfaclory proofs of deaih.
He jiollcy la clear and couclao, and contalna
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
Ti.H 1! IT 111 VOIIJ noilltd r, ,. h.
ahort and simple form mod by ihu Equitable wild
he long and ohacnru contract loaded dowu with
technh-alitiea laaued by other coinpauiaal
Its CASK RETURNS
to poller bolder, are
N. P.. 8eo the many letter rrom policy holder
xpraasiug their gratification with the return, from
their Ton tin Savinu. Fund 1'umcikb.
Hecauso of its
Assets Securely In vested
Surplus Securely I live tod, nearly
E. A ; BURNETT, Agent,
V' v ,; ::)'"' 'r : ; ; ,' y;
Offlc, cornar 14th and Waaiioftoa.