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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY MORNING, AUflUST 12. 1882.
M ajror N. B. Thiatlawood. '
Treanurer T J.Kerth,
Clork ! nnlB. J. roley.
Uouiuolor--Wm. B. Uiibert.
Marhal-l.. H. Meyere,
atloruey-Wllllam Ueudrli k.
BOAHI) or iUUSHHllll.
fir-tl Ward-Win. McHalo.T. M. Birnbrough.
Suroud Ward-Jenn lllllkle, C . N. llugbea.
Third Ward U. K, Make, John Wood.
K.mrih Wurd-Charlea 0. Paller, Adoiph 8wo-
' kIm Ii Ward-T. W. Hftlllday. Erneit B. Pattlt.
Circuit Jii'U:-l. ' linker.
Circuit Clem-A. II. Irvln.
County Judo It. 14 Yucnni.
County tier. s,. J. Huniru.
("utility Attorney J. M. Damron.
Couniy Trennuri-r Mili W. l'urker.
((miHyCi)miulr.tier-T. V. . HlUOy, J. A
0lill uuil I'eter raup.
tvUtto BAPTIST. -Corner Tenth and I'oplar
y'ltrvctn; preaching flmtatid ttiird Sunday iu
r.:i moutb, II in- and 7:W P- m.: prayer meet
" TUr.a7:p. d5y .eW. 9M0..B
nlll'HCn OF THE KRUBKMEH-(rlcopv'
Vj Kourteriiln ilreet; Hunday 7:00 a ot., limy
Kui lnrtnf, ::x a. m., Sunday e';bool ; "1 Mi a m.,
Hon.lnn I'rayer.; p. m., Evening I'rayere. r.
1. liavn.port, b. T. II. Hector.
IMK.-T MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHUKCn.
J' l'r-rhlii(!t IO:SUa. o... S p. m., and 7:80 p. m.
, ,hl,ti 'J. nc.boul at ' P- "J Kef. T. J. bbores,
It r II KHAN Thirteenth atreet; nrluil Bab
a l.atb I::J a. m ; buuday chool2p.m. Kev.
Kii M t. paM r.
Mr. l IK'DIST - Cur. Ktrfhlh and Walunt itreeta,
I'rea.hinz Sabbath 11:11 m. nd7:W P-m.
.-tiidiy !v lioo! at m. Ii:v. J. A. ricarrett,
1 )K,:MiY1 KKIAN -Eighth itreel; preaching on
1 s-.r.bath at 1!:"0 a. m. and 7:) p. m.i pryr
Di-i -v Wvdntiadar at 7::)0 p. m.; Honday bcheol
at .) , in. rUv U. V. Oeowe, paator.
ST. I'iMKl'll StKoinan Catholic) Corner Croat
ai.il Walnut treet; aentcee tftbbatb 10:80 a.
n.; MimUy School t i p. m.; Ve.pera 3 pi m. ; aer
r;ce, cn-ry day at 8 a. m. Itotr. O'lUra, Prloat.
ST. I'ATKUKH-tUonian Catholic) Corner Ninth
reet and Wanhlnifton avenue; mrylcoa Bab
ia:b It and 10 a. m.; Veaperi 8 p. m.; Sunday hcnooi
t.m. a'Tvlcea avery day at a- m. Ker. Ma.tU;rson
I!. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL H.H.
TI1UN8 l.PABT. TBia AHIltVI.
Mali 3:15 a.m I tMall 4:5 a.m
t cciin Malion.ll :!' a m Exurc U :10 a.m
tExprcaa 4:) p.m I Accomdatioa. .4:06 p m
MISS CENTRAL E. R.
tMnll V a m I tMall .. .. 6:)p m
tKxpruot 10:1 ta m tKxprix U:oa m
ST. L. C. K. U. (Narrow Oaae )
Kiprci" 1:S a m I ltxpr- 4:3Sp-m
A.cora'dation. 1 :i p m I Accoia'datoln 12:01 i.m
BT.L . I.M. '8. R. R.
Kxprma U:p.m I KpreM. :(? P m
lAccom aation. :30pm I tAccom datton 11:45 am
WABASH. ST. LOUS PACIFIC ll'Y CO.
Vnll 4 Ki .... i vm I 'Mall A Ex.... 9:J) p.m
Daily except Sunday, tlially.
MOBILE & 0I110K R:
Mail 6:0ra. m. I Mail ....:Wp.
Kxprca 6M a. ra. Kxpres ..-.M.:Jp.
ST. LOUIS & CAIRO R. B.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
Exprfu and Malllave Cairo. every day except
Snmlay.at ii: a m. Amv,a 4:36p m.
Accommodation airivea at li ')5 1. w. and d
farwat l:swp. m.
Walnut St , near 12th.
SUMilEKTERJI, from July 5, 12 weeks
FAIL TERM, from Oct. 2, 12 weeks
TUITION FOR TERM
Common School. Academic and Commercial
1 1 ENKY FLOYD, Teacher.
EOKOE H. LEACH, M. U.
Phvf ician and Surgeon.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
Whiu of aurKlcal dleae, and diaeino of women
and children. ,
oillce: On 14th Mrect, opposlto t ho I'oit Office,
Cairo, 111. .
JU. W. C. J'OCFLYN,
OFFICK-Klehth Street.. THar ComT-erf la Avnnii
R. K W. WHITLOCK,'
Orriii No. 138 Commercial Avenne, between
Kghthand Ninth Streeta
PROPRIETOR OF SrROAT'8 PATENT
Wholosalo Dealer 4n Ice.
ICK VY THE CAR LOAD OR T0N,VELl
rPKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads u Spoeialtv.
Cor, Twelfth Street and Leree,
HENRY E. TAYLOR M;iler
GEO. JOBKH Clerk
taa Pailiieah for Cairo daily (Sundaya except
ed) at 8 a.m. and Mound City at 1 p m. K.iturn
lug, L avea Cairo all p. m. Mound. City at Sp. m.
(AIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE -VPVq STATES.
On and after M'indar. July 21. and until further
notlc-.the ferryboat three State will run a neur
aa pOHKlblcoa fie following time table:
Maria i.nna liatii
Foot Fourth at. Mieaourl Land'g. Kentucky Ld g.
6:3') a. m.
t .M p. m.
11 :W) "
2. -SO p. m.
7:80 a. m.
Foot Kourth at. Kentucky lA'g. Mltaouri Land'g.
4:(kip. m. 4;.Wp. m Blo p.m.
On last trip leaving Kentu'kv landlne at 4.30o'cock
p. w , the boat will go to Ulrdt Point, making con
nection wltbT ASt.L. paoni;er train for Cairo.
Firnt trip at a. m. leaving Cairo, Will connect
witbT. &St. L. train leaving Cairo.
S w5 2. .
MLTl'AL AID SOCIETY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized Julv Hth, 1877, tnder the Lawn o
the Slate of Illinois. Copyrighted Julv
9, 1877, Under Actof Concreis,
US. 8. MctlAHEY Prosldeiil
,1. H. Ktilii'NHUiN let Vlcu-Proaiilunt
M. PHILLIPS sua Vlce-Prualdnut
.1. A . UOLiiSTiN B Treaauror
W. II. MARliAN I ., . . .
j o PETRI E I Modlcal Advisor a
THOMAS LKWIB Secretary
ED. it. tit i ts ABRieiani oocretajy
IjpXKOUTl VK COM M1TTK E.
Wm. F.I'ITCKU, L.S.THOMAS,
W. (I JUCELYN, K. VINCENT,
WILL T. REDUURN.
J. A. Goldntlno. of Goldatlno Roavnwaler. mIioIo
mile and reUil drv ijood.etc; .la. S. .McUabcy,
lumber dualor; Wm. F. Pitcher, coneral Birunt , j
Albert Lowla, denier iu flour and uraln; L, 8,
Thomas . bricklayer; Moaua Pbtlllpa, cnntr"tor
ana outiaer; it. A. luunimoy, erocor, ino,
Lewla. aec.rntarv and attornev at law: W II.
Muroan, Himoipatlilo phyaiclan: II Bander, uf
acaers Hon. uroccra; it, ii. jnura, atreei aupor-
vuor; I'.dtt. Wblte, ma t ec. w.iSu.m.a, ho
ctoty; J. W. Spier, lumber and MW'tnlll; F, L.
Gernleon, barber; E. B. Dietrich, clork W., St. L.
r. n. iv., jm. ivomer. inJivunw. inuur. wvu m.
Clark, dualer In wall paper and window ahadea; J.
E. KriRllnti , contractor and btllldor; WiHT. Rud
hurn, of Morae & Redbiirn, cltfar manufaclurura;
F. Vincent, dealer In lltue and cement; L A.
I'hulni. nhntmrranhnr: W. C. Jncolvu. dentlat: S
H.Taber, mfR. Jowolor;.?. H. Koblnaon, J, P, and
notary puiiuc; j . b, roirie, pnyinian a, n,
Boatwlck. Inuurance acont: R. E. Jarboe. foreman
Bt. Gai main, and E E, Walbnrtge, lumber and
aaw-miu, or tiairo; u, i.eignton. caanitr nat
Bank, Stuart, Iowa; Rt. F. A. Wllkeraon, Pryora
burg, Ky.ja.w. Tarry, puyaician, ruitoo, Ky.
UE REGULAR CAIRO AND
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY I1Y CHAS. CUNNING
HAM, BROKE K.
0:30 P. M. August 11, W8.
Auint. Suptembur. October.
Pork $ $21 ar 21 411
Corn 7S't SVi Tip,
Oata i:i :m; 85",
Pork $ !l &4 21
Wheat 0M !7 ?',
Corn 77Ja 7rt' 7
Oata 41 W,H W
a:W P. M. ClnMnu.
Pork i, 8 1 21 4il'i
Wheat '( H7VTr.!iB T'
Corn 1 771 1't1. 7H;1,
Uala 41 Ha i 8&.'
MEW YORK, AUGUST It. 1SKJ.
Wheat It W Jl l:,jl Wt No 2 Red $1 13 l U
Corn No. awic.
W. F Lajibdim, river editor or I'lia IIulltk
and leambO'tt paoajr anut. Order for all
kfmle of steamboat Job printing solicited. Office
at Planters Uotul, No. 51 Ohio levee.
HTAOE9 OF TUB HIVER.
Thu river marked by thegaue lust even
ing at 4 o'clock at this port 22 feet 4
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Aug. 110 p. m. River 17
feet 7 iucliHg and falling.
Louisville, Aug. 11 0 p. m. River b
1'eetO inches and rising.
Nashville, Aug. 116 p.m. River 8 feet
2 inches aud falling.
Ht. Louis, Aug. 110 p.m. River 15 feet
11 inches and failing.
The City of Helena for Memphis this
The Ste. Genevieve from Memphis for St.
Ljuis will pass up early this morning.
The Riven, of the American Transporta
tion Co., of St. L'iu'is, came out yesterday
with five barges of grain for New Orleans.
Cupt. Win. Harmon took the Silverthorn
to Paducah yesterdty.
The City of Raton Rouge from St. Louis
arrived at 3 p. m. She will Lave a good
load leaving here.
The Hudson, detained by heavy business,
did not arrive from St. Louis until late
Thursday night, aud, after discharging here
several hundred sacks of wheat, left for
Uniontown. She will report here again for
St. Louis this evening at 10.
The Fannie Tatum leaves St. Louis this
evening for Puducah.
The six hundred thousaud feet of lumber
that arrived h'.'re from the Tennessee river
by the towboat Hohwn is now in the hinds
of the U. S. marshal. We understand the
boat's bill for towing has not been settled.
The Fannie Lewis, of the Missouri River
Packet Company, in place of the ill-fated
steamer Gold Dust, arrived at 4 p. m. from
St. Louis, und departed for Vicksburg with
all the freight she wanted.
The latest advices from the sufferers of
the Gold Duit disaster at Hickman aro that
there has been one death, aud that John
Langlois is doing well.
Latkr Capt. Thomas W. Shields, agent
Anchor line, was telegraphed late lust
evt-ning to send a priest to Hickman that
John Langlois was a great deal worse.
The Future City from St. Louis arrived
with three barges of grain and picked up
three lei t hereby the My Choice, and loft
for New Orleans lajt night.
The Sam Roberts was working around
the harbor yesterday, and left for Mound
City to go on the ways for a thorough over
hauling. When the Roberts is finished she
will look as good as new.
NEWS NOTES AND COMMENTS.
Even in Canada the crops aro good.
Congressmen are flying homo in flocks.
The telegraph operators' strike at Djnver
Gold certificates will bo punted to the
amount of $100,000,000.
A great anti-Christian demonstration is
reported from Heyrout.
The new board of trad') at Indianapolis
was inaugrated yesterday.
A strike is looked for among tho coal
miners along the Allegheny pvcr.
St. Clair county Illinois has just paid over
its nhare f the state taxes, $82,000.
Tho Texas fever has broken out at Leb
nuon, Ills. Fifteen head of caltlo died on
8. W. Moiiltonof Slielby county is nom
inatod for congress by tho Dtimocrats of tho
seventeenth Illinois district.
The Kansas Republican convention notii
inntod n colored mtin for auditor. St. John
was almost without opposition for gover
nor. A general ordor Juis been made for re
ciprocal crossing tho boundary by troops
of tho United States and Mexico when in
pursuit of Indians.
LouisvlIU) is proclaiming a grand in
dustral street pageant for September 12 in
consequence of tho completion of tbo throe
new railroad connections.
REPUBLICAN TISSUE BALLOTS.
Apropos .if u,o little tricks resorted to
by the Republicans here, tho following from
the New Orleans Tiiues-Deinocrat is inter
The scandalous proceedings that marked
the primary election for delegates to tho
Republican parish convention, held at
Franklin, St. Mary parish, ou July 31 lHt,
it sit-ins to in should arouse tho indignation
of those gentlomtn in congress who havo
given the world such eloquent denuncia
tions of alleged tissue ballot voting in
Sou'.h Carolina and elsewhere.
The Hi-publican press, too, throughout
the north will (limbics, for thu sake of
being entirely consistent, bristle with
scathing editorials on thu outrageous as
salt up n tho purity of tho ballot box,
made, it is alleged, by tho satolities aud
strikers of Kellogg in Franklin the other
The Kellogg men charged tho stuffing
upon the Beatlo and Darrell factions, who
unite in declaring that not they, but the
Kelloggiies, are guilty. It is unchallenged,
however, that the fraudulent voting was
done and done by Repud icans, and wo
wish simply to call the attention of the
Republican orators and tho Republican
jourouls throughout tho country to the fact
that nu n of tlieir party aro mod accom
plished ballot box stulTers, and have very
fully mastered the mysteries of the tissuo
ballot, which, by the way, origonatod in
Tho struggle between three Republicans,
Beatt'c, Darrall and Kellogg each of whom
is anxious to secure the nomination of his
party in the third congressional district of
this state, and the feeling between tho ri
val candidates is not that of brotiurly love
and kindness. The fight is a very pretty
one as it stands, and those who had watched
Kellogg's methods in his past political ca
reer in .this state were prepared for un ex
hibition of shrewd and extraordinary
strategy on the part of his adherents before
the nomination was finally made, The re
sult of the election at Franklin for tlele
egates to thec niventin, it mast bo con
fessed, was surprising, for after 3VJ voters
had depiHited their ballots thre was found
in the box just 515 votes. This miracle
was wrought, it is charged by a number
ber of Kellogg's adherents wrapping
twenty tissue ballots insido a regular bal
lot and dfpobiting them iu tha box.
I ETTER LIST.
LIbT OK" LETTERS RKMAIMNO UNCALLED
FOR IN TUB POSTOKKICE AT CAIRO, ILL.
SATCHDAV, AVOUSr 12, 1882.
Anderson, Lmisi Black, Eliza
Blakley, Drusilia. Brown, 8 A
Barry, Nellie Casey, Lisa
Davis, Ledora A Gray, (Jlmton M
Ho! uies, Riclial 1 1 .art, LirenaP D
Hall, Fannie Heath, Mattio
Hill, Josephine Jackson, Sirali(2)
Jackson, Annie E King, Annie
Lotio, Neavie Ltu ler, Bell
McMorris McCall, Sarah
Mtywcfttht-r, Laura Feytou, Ella
Parlftr, E.la Perry, Margeret
Smith, Bi tty Skipworth, Lizzie
Smith, Jennie Stephens, Susau
Thomson. Josphiuo Valentino, Murthi
Wadels, Mttty Wills, L Ann
Woods, Nancy Williams, Nicy
Williams, Kite Col Williams, S in lers
Adams, Dick .
Bigg, II T
Barry, Frank H
Clark, J F
Fiscus, Geo YV
Hanly, I N
Hall, Rev J
B trker, W B
Caldwell, Rev R
Ford, W L
Gibson, E S
Lenoard, Rev L 1) Lovltt, John
Lister, E P Morris, John
Mathews, Jo Mynctt, John
Marshall, Rev 8 Mallory, W II
McOoc, Will J McBcaaon, James
Mullins, JB Nicholas, Burt
Oliver, W A Phillips, Rev 8
Pylee, Bedford, Tpris, Thos
Scarborough J M H Schmidt, Heiuricli
Stovall, O M Sha le, Burel
Thorno, Eugeuo P Thomson, Henry (2)
Tilden, Sam'l Van. Charlie
Woods, WM Winters Thos
Walk, John- White, Dun'l B
Persons calling for the above mentioned
will please say ndvertiscd.
Gko. W. McKkaki. Postmaster.
llriglil's Disease?, Diabetes, Kidney
Liver or Urinary Diseusta.
llavo no fear of any of these diseases if
you use Hop Bitters, as they will prevent
and euro tho worse casus, even when you
have umtn matin worse by soino groat pulled
up pretended cure.
From Every Point of the Comoiiss
come the orders for Sozodont. N over has
such a demand arisen for any ancle of the
louot. its most constant pations are among
thnsex born to bo adntired. flood looks
conciliate, beauty fascinates. Whito teeth
tit) moro to augment personal comeliness
than any other facial characteristic. Tho
ladies know this, and either to render the
charm Listing or to secure it when wanting,
apply SoEodonr, the moet effective of tooth
preparations. Uso It systematically.
The Codo Tally Explained.
"My dear," said Mrs. Sponpendyko,
exiiiiuning the baby's feet erilically', to
see if thoy were both alike, "my di'.'tr, I
t-ee that one of tho strikers, or capital,
litis been hurt; do you know the facts
"How hurt? what did it nay?" asked
MrSpooperulyki'. turning from theglos
iind strapping his razor. '
"1 don't lvoii'inln'i" exactly, but ho
went down to it shui!iter-houe to grt
something for his family nnd somebody
shot him in tho les."
"T :it's the way it happened, was it?"
demanded Mr. Sponpi'inlvko, grinning
through his lather. "lie didn't go to
his family for a piiir of legs and Home
body shot him in the slnuphttT-houni',
did lie? Nor he didn't go down to his
legs for a slaughter-house, and some
body shot, him in tho family! That
wasn't the way it read, was it?"
"No-o-o, I think not." replied Mrs.
Sponpendyke, dubiously. "I'm sure
it was something about n slaughter
house and legs. Do you know how it
"Yes, I know how it happened,"
mocked Mr.Spooncndyke, pegging awny
at his visage with the' razor. "If Ihadn't
found out a way from hoinn I'd always
been puzzled about it, though. Two
gentlemen f night a duel, nnd one got
shot. That's all there is in it."
"I knew titer' d be some trouble as
soon as 1 rend about those strikes." con
fidently continued Mrs. Spoopcndyke.
"'What's tho strike to do with, it?"
vociferated Mr. spoopcndyke. "Think
he struck for another shot? (lot n no
tion be. struck for more legs, haven't
ye? It would have been a bad idea,
that," soliloitii.cil Mr. .Spoopcndyke,
rather impressed with tho combined
originality and utility of that class cf
"Did he get shot in both legs?" quer
ied Mrs. Spoopendyko. "It must nave
been a cannon ball, or else he held his
legs in front of each other."
"Tlmt's the way ho did it," moaned
Mr. Spoopcndyke. "They always do
that. When they are lighting a duel
they sit down like a tailor or a Turk.
What d'ye think they fight with, forts?
Got 6ome kind of a vague Idea that they
tight with line of battle ships? Who said
anything about cannon balls? Pistols, I
tell ye! They fought with pistols, and
one of them' bit the other! Roll that in
formation around in yotirten-ucre intel
"Certainly," fullered Mrs. Spoopcn
dyke. "But tell me, dear, why should
one man shoot another for going to the
"Holy herring!" ejaculated Mr. Spoo
pendvke. "lie weut there to potshot.
It was agreed upon. The man who shot
him bad reflected on his honor, and he
went there to antisTy it."
"And did it satisfy his honor to shoot
him in the legs?" linked Mrs. Spoopcn
dyke. "That was as near ns he could get to
it. I tell you that when a man lights a
duel he wipes out an insult, whetht r he
gels shot in the legs or the car. Ii makes
1 should think it would," murmured
Mrs. tioopondyk "It would to me.
So his lio'-nr is nil right now, is it?"
"Oi i-t.i -V it is,' replied Spoopcn
dyke, wiping bis face. "Suppose you
can reason on the subject without any
further information from nie?"
"I guess so," ruminated Mrs. Spoo
pcndyke. "As 1 understand it, if a
man's honor is hurt all he's got to do is
get shot in the legs, though I don't see
w hy he didn't shoot himself, unless it
was l hat he couldn't reach round."
"That's just the reason!" roared Mr.
Spoopcndyke. '"Ho shot at himself in
tho looking-glass nil the morning, and
couldn't make it work, so ho hired a
niau to do it for him! It took vour shot
tower intellect to see inlo it! Vhut you
want, now is it squint in one eyo mid
some dod gastcd friends to iutert'ero to
be a revised cdiliou of the measly code!
If you only had Homebody to chalk off
six paces n you nnd a sipiatl of police
with a lnMicli warrant, you'd bo a reg
ti::ir Blndon .burg! I'm going out to light
it d'icl and 'r'"t shot! Think you'd under
land it then? If I had a bullet through
both legs, would you want any more
"No, dear," sigU'd Mrs. Spoopen
dyke, and as her husband tos.seu his
shaving brush into Ihe baby's crib und
dammed out. tho door, she began to
think that a man shouldn't keep bis
honor iu his legs if they couldn't take
belter caro of it.
uas lar tor Insects.
For tho last live years I have not lost
n cucumber or melon viue, or cabbage
plant, says a correspondent of tho Chi
cago Tribuni', Get a barrel with a few
gallons of gas tar in it; pour water on
the tar; always ha veil ready when need
ed, nnd when the bugs appear give them
it liberal drink of the tar water from a
sprinkler, or otherwise, and if tho rain
washes it off and they return, repeat tho
dose, U will also destroy the Colorado
potato beetle, and frighten tho old long
potato-hug worse than a threshing w itn
n brush. Five years ago this stmnner,
bold kinds appeared on my lato pota
toes, and were waloivd With tho tar
water. The nol day all Colorados that
had not been well protected from the
Mirinkling were dead, and tho others,
tnough their luttuo was legion, were all
gone, aud I lutvo never seen ouo of
thcui on the farm since.
TilT Grand Ceutral Hotel, 067 Broad
way, is of easier access to any place in New
York than any other first class hotel la tho
city, being within .wo blocks of stations of
Ilia Elevated Railroad, of both East and
West sides, and the Cross town cars run
within a block. It has recently been thor
oughly refurnished and is equal to any
hotel in New York city. Don't fail to
give thorn a call when you visit the city
either nil business or pletmre, 800 rooms
on European plan at $1.00 and upwards per
day, Also t good ruotaurant attached. .
Whilt eihtr Baking Powders are largely
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
has been kept unchanged in aft its original
purity and strength. The best e vidence of
its safety and effectiveness is the fact of
its fiaring received the highest testimoni
als from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analyzed it, frcJt
its introduction to the present time. No
other powders show so good results by the
true test-tlw TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACID BAKINS POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, I1L, and Bt. Louis, Mo
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riararlai UW(ct, au Dr. l'rlet'. ?.lqiM P.rfBM.
Assurance Society, .
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Life luimrance Company
IN THE WOULD.
lt alono Inues
ftlpul'itlngthtit the contract of Insurance "elmll
uot be iflnir.iteil'' alter it. la three yeara old,
aud that eucb polictc ahull be
on recelptof satisfactory proola of death.
Us policy l clear and couclno, and contains
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
. B -UliAl) YOUlt rOLU IICS. Compare Ihe
abort and aliuplu form ued by tho Eoultnble w lib
belong and obrcuru contriicta loadeu down with
tuchuicalltlea laauuU by other cotnpameal
Its CASH RETURNS
to policy holdera aro
N. B. See the many leltera from policy Ii old en
zprHaniiiK their xratiileai Ion with thu rvturui fru.l
their Ton ns Havisoa Fl'Nu l'oi.tcila,
riooauae of It
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely luvo-ted, nearly
E. A. BUliNKTT. Atfent.
Offlca, corner tilth and Waahlastoa.
Kovembwr tt, INU. mSdm