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S. A. Burnett, Cairo, jlinuola.
A Little D6y's Wanta.
H wants a mwy retllo.
Ho wants ii rulilxir ring,
He vhiiih a dainty swinir-orlb,
II o wants mamma to slug.
lie want a baby-dolly,
He wants to dig for sheila,
Ho wiiiitn a ponny trumpet.
He wants a at ring ot boll
Till UD TEArt.
IIo wiMvto ium block for-bulldlng,
Hawaii: n horse on wheels,
lie wants a llttlo wngon,
To QU with empty reels.
IIo wants a sword and pistol,
Ho wnnts a life nnd arum,
He wnnts some tiooks wltb picture,
Ilo-l'cop and brave Tom Thumb.
Ho wants a cap ami muffler.
Ho want unnw mitten red,
Ho want to skate on rollers,
lie wants to own a sled.
He wants big lwitii like father'
He wunts a "v'losHipedr,"
He wants a slate ami pencil,
Ho wants to learn to read.
He want! a (rout ami cnrrlaire,
And just a few things more,
Well, wait and see bat Suntu Claul
Can spare from out his (tore.
Kate La wto tic.
A JEALOUS LOVEE.
Then you refuse to give
promise I ask of you! Iu that
Major Blnkney looked very hamlsomo
everyone allowed, when ho waa iu a
rassionj and he was in a passion now.
I'm large eyes Hashed tire us he awaited
the answer of the younp; lady to whom
he hjul been engaged since Lust year's
Mabel Stanhope was a pretty, grace
ful girl of eighteen. "Not beautiful, by
any means," her dear friends in society
would assure you. Yet, somehow, no
girl, in or out of society, had so many
triumphs as she not the least amonr
which was her present one, which had
brought the rich and handsome olliccr
of dragoons to her feet.
"Nut ltoautiful, by any means," per
haps. Yet to Hugh lilnkney she was
"fairest among women," even in tlio
midst of his anger against her; but ho
bit his lip and steeled his hcurt afresh
. against the appealing, wistful glance
' that Mabel's blue eyes turned toward
"You are so jealous so unreason
able, Hugh," she stammered. "You
have taken such a dislike to poor Ed
gar, and vou will not listen to "
"Poor fcdgar, indeed!" exclaimed Uio
major. "Your , cousin? Oh, jus! I
know all about such cousins confound
them! Last night I could scarcely get a
chance to speak to you for him; and to
' day why, that is his ring on your hand
at this moment, is it not?"
Mabel started ami turned crimson, as
her lover's eyes fell upon the solit aire
diamond blazingin solitary magnilieence
upon her right hand.
' "It is that is, he asked me to wear
St for him," she stammered, "till he
"That is enough quite enough, Miss
Stanhope," said the major, growing
angrier with every word that ho ut
tered, "I will not trouble you to tell
ine to go."
With that, ho bowed low, turned up
on his heel, and walked suddeuly away.
Mabel looked sadly after him, and then
went slowly homewards, her bluo veil
drawn down over her face, and her
liright eyes full of teal's.
l'eoplo had often accused her of co
quetry heretofore, and there might havo
been some truth in the accusation. She
was very young and very fascinating, in
Bpito of that lack of perfect beauty
which made all her female friends so
anxious about her, and being too infix
... perienecd as yet to understand her own
power, eho had used it onco or twico
somewhat heedlessly, if not unmcrciful-
But In Hugh Blakney she had met
her fate, lie was the man of men to
her, whom, loving once, she could love
' truly and for ever only, if lie was often
going to develop a jealousy like this
and refuse to hear her explanation of iu
apparent cause, why in that cnao a life
with him would not.be exactly "all blue
kr and roses," thought poor little Ma
bel, with a sigh.
... When it was time for her to accompa
ny her mother on the short afternoon
alrivo which the doctor had ordered,
IMabcl looked in vain among the crowd
' of fashionables who thronged the espla-
: nade at Eastbourne, for the well-known
figure, tall and erect, on the back of
; "Silver Grey."
w 'If ho only would have listened till I
v could tell altout tho ring?" sighed Ma
. bcl, for tho fiftieth time, as thev alighted,
y in the darkening twilight, at the door of
; ; ","A gentleman Is waiting, please, to
fr'ljoo you, miss," (mid the lady's-maid,
meeting them m the nail, and taking
charge of Mrs. Stanhope with a re
prof.chful air, for they were later than
Usual by hulf-an-hour.
Mabel (lew like a bird to tho drawing
room to meet her lover.
Uut it was only Edgar Rolleston who
carno forward to meet her "Cousin Ed
gar," whose diamond ring she wore.
She drew the ring from her finger,
after tho first salutations wero over, anil
gave it back to him.
"I must not keep it for you, Edgar,"
she said. "My wearing it has already
made trouble for me."
"With Hugh?'' asked her cousin.
"Oh, that Is all right now! I called
partly to tell you that, Mah. You see,
I went out this afternoon in Russell's
yacht, and Blakney went, too, and very
shortly he began upon mo about that
very thing. 1 explained it, and wo
were good friends at onco. I assure you.
Hut you nearly lost us both."
"What do you mean?".
"You see, dragoons are no sailors
I've always said that. And so, in man
aging the yacht, what did he do but
overturn us nil? It was a near thing
for a short time, and I'm afraid he'll
pay dearer .than any of us for the frolic,
poor old fellow."
"Why?" asked Mabel, turning white
to the Tips.
Some broken beam from the deck
hit him near tho heart while wo were
struggling in the water. The doctor
has doubts; but we hojjp ho may pull
through in spite of him," said Edgar,
rolling his hal round upon his knee. "I
say, Mab, can I go up stairs and see my
aunt? Or will she corne down hero
njjin this evening?"
Oli, go to her room, by all means!"
said Mabel, who was th ing to get rid of
him. "She will not muni you,"
She scarcely waited to see him out of
sight on his way to her mother's bou
doir before she wrapped her cloak
around her and. was in the street
Straight to the hotel she sped. She was
now far past caring for comment that
might be made by the uncharitable, up
on tho proceeding. And in the corridor
she saw the physician coming from the
sick-chamber, and straightway caught
him by the ami.
"Doctor Fairly!" she said, breathless
ly, "Oh, wait, and tell me all about him,
please! Is he so very badly hurt? Will
he die? Does he know anyone? Won't
you take me in there just for one mo
ment? I cannot rest till I have spoken
to him till I have asked him to forgivo
me! I was so unkind to him to-day!
And now my Cousin Edgar thiuks he
may be dying!"'
"My dear Miss Stanhope!" began the
doctor;- in his soothing, professional
tone. He knew her very well, for ho
was in daily attendance upon Mrs.
Stanhope, nnd respect for the only child
of so wealthy a patient was warring in
his mind with a devouring curiosity to
know how on earth, and why on earth,
she was there. "Let us see, my dear
young lady! No one is dead or dying,
either, I sincerely hope!" he continued.
"But Mr. Kolleston told me that the
beam struck him in tho heart," faltered
Mabel. "Surely that is dangerous."
"I trust the actual danger is over, ny
dear young lady," replied tho uuavo
"But may I see him if it is not tnilv
over?" she pleaded. "If you aro with
nie no one can make any remark, and I
shall be miserable till "
Mabel ceasetl speakgsg. Tho door of
tho sick-room opened, and a tall, sol
dierly figure came forth.
"Has the doctor gone?" asked a voice
with a ring of command in its tone.
"Oh, there you are, doctor! Russell
I wishes me to ask you but I beg your
W !....! T ,1:1 i .Ml - L..,'
jiuruuii: i uiti iiui mt tin now turn you
were not alone."
Maior Bluknev. without recorrnizins
i Mabel's veiled and cloaked figure,
I bowed stiflly and turned uway, with a
slightly wondering glance at the amused
physician, on whose comprehension the
explanation of the mystery began sud
denly to dawu.
"Hugh, wot 't you speak to me?" said
a timid voice. "Edgar only asked me
to wear the rinir till his sister came; but
I have given it buck to him to-day. Anil
I thought vou were dying, instead of
Mr. Russell, when Icamo here just now.
Oh. Hugh, you don't know how wretch
ed I have been!"
It was (piile as well, perhaps, that no'
waiter, chamber-maid, or guest, hap
pened to pass through the corridor just
then. Dr. rainy was naturally discreet,
and knew when and whoro to hold his
And as a reward for his discretion in
this case, a special invitation was sent
to him to attend a wedding at St.
George's the following October a wed
ding where Lieutenant Russell and Ed
gar Kolleston s sister wero groomsman
antl bridesmaid, and where hugnr, as
her nearest relative, gavo away, to Ma
jor Blakney, Mattel, tho bride.
The silver half-dime of 1802 is tho
scarcest of all American coins.
Of the seventy-six United States sen
ators live are of foreign birth.
The average exnenso of ono session of
congress exceeds fcUXXJ.OCX).
It is not calling your neighbor names
mat settles a question.
A Cincinnati factory molds eleven
miles of caudles a day.
Canadians continue to obtain c".upar
ntively large, numbers of polled Aher
deen cattle from Scotland.
Tho American magazines republished
.in liomion are very popular among Mig'
A colored tailor from North Carolina
is said to have made SoO.OOO in Boston
since the war. Ho gives employment
to over iw persons.
A lady rarely ventures into tho streets
oi l ans unattended; but, as an emies
trienne, she may trot through tho Bt reots
of the city, and'throtigh the bridlo-paths
of Hit! parks, unaccompanied by , even a
The mountain of tho Itrd is a noli
rock, 100 feet in height, rising above
tho street level nt Manti. Utah. Tho
Mormons aro building on this cmiuenco
a temple of lino nmrblo, 96x170 feet iu
area, and haudsonicly adorned.
Aiaimma is sharing m tho eenera.
southern prosperity. Tho northern and
inmuiH portions of tho state are becoiU'
ing doited all over with cotton factorios
"on nirnaees, and coal mines, anu
great fortunes are already being built
p iu uicse lactones.
1 ho census shows that the State of
CAir.O BULLETIN: FRIDAY MOKNINii, FEBRUARY 3, 1 882.
Connecticut hn over 11,000 more fe
males than males, and it is noted .as a
curious fact that In tho smallest towns
Iu tho State tho rulo generally is that
tho men exceed tho women in numbers.
Tho cities show t ho surplus of women.
A house built by Daniel Symmes,
brother of John Clevo Symmes, tho
founder of Cincinnati, has just been de
molished. It was tho oldest landmark
In tho city proper. John Howard Payno
tho author of "Home, Sweet Home,"
was a frequent guest within its walls.
Ex-Senator Thurman was looking at
his boxes in which his private books ami
papers had been packed in his old com
mittee room. He saw that the lettering
on tho boxes was "Hon.. A. G. Thurman.
Keep Dry." Turning to a friend, ho
said: "Who tho deuco would ever
think of giving me such advice as that?"
Silk stands fourth In tho list of duty
paying imports, ranking after sugar,
wool and iron. But American ingenui
ty and resource will diminish tho Im
ports of this article by supplying homo
markets with silks of American manu
facture. At present rather more than a
third of the silk goods used in the Uuited
States are from our own looms.
In the last two or threo examinations
for the British army tho lists of success
ful candidates show an almost total ab
sence of young men of rank. In cer
tain circles it is thought that the army
will in future lose caste because of the
absence of a strong aristocratic cle
ment. General Albert Piko who is, by tho
way, tho highest ranking free mason in
tho United States is now 72 years old.
Do is still so vigorous that ho enjoys
field sports with ns keen a pleasure as
.when, liftv years Hgo, he hunted in New
Mexico, Texas and Arkansas. He is
more than six feet tall, anA is bent but
Mr. Paul Bert, who not long ago re
ceived a present of somo crocodiles from
Egypt, has publicly dissected live in tho
theatre of tho Sorbonno, Paris. Among
the facts rioted was tho' Hlmost entire
absence of brain matter, and it was con
cluded that these reptiles are devoid of
reason, and animated by a destructive
"Some little time ago," writes Mon
curc D. Conway, in a letter to the Cin
cinnati Commercial, "when an art exhi
bition was to be opened in Glasgow, Mr.
Ruskin was applied to for some of his
pictures. Ho replied that he would on
ly bo willing to lend his pictures when
Glasgow was in a fit condition to enjoy
them, and that would uot be until it had
pulled down every one of its hideous
Louses. I quote from the information
of one who 6aw tho silly letter."
In the telephone department of tho
Philadelphia local telegraph company,
recently, a telegraph wire and one used
for electricity came in contact. A great
burst of flame ensued, the lady operators
screamed and fled, and the "tire extin
guishers were called into use tq check
the rlames arisingfrom the ignited wood
work of the room.
President Grevy can "turu on" his
theatre or his opera whenever he likes,
and sitting quietly at home in the Elysee
can hear all the first artists of his coun
try. He has a telephone connection
with tho Ojiera, the Theatre IVaneais,
and the Opera Coniique, and tho voices
ire heard in lus yellow drawing-room
as clearly and distinctly as in those
The saving "as rich as a Jew" is com
plained of by the Jwish M( suvnger as
misleading at present, even if it .ever
had any justification. The wealth of
the Jews in New York is greatly over
estimated, according to his authority,
for "the vast majority are in moderate
circumstances, a lew only are million
aires, and nianv iousands are nctuallv
dependent on tiiuajharity of their more
A young man proposed for tho hand
of a beautiful girl. As she hesitated
about answering, he said: "I await
your answer with batttl breath.'-' Tho
girl, who is a good deal of a humorist,
said: "Well, Mr. Man, you will havo
to bait your breath with something be
sides high wines ami limburger cheeso to
catch your humble servant. Good even
1 here is at least one man m Maine
who might make his fortune in Wall
street. Several years ago a Baptist so
ciety was formed near Brunswick, and
a church edifice was purchased and
moved to a convenient site. The man
employed to perform the, work of re
moval whether one of tho deacons or
not does not appear bought a number
of tho pews at a small price, got up a
religious excitement in the village, and
when it was at its height closed out his
purchase at a profit of $;()().
The Paris correspondent of the Lon
don Queen, ' writes: "Parisians read
very little in comparison with London
ers. The newspapers, though nunier
ous, are limited in volume; that univer
sal t ctil Journal hardly contains as
much as two columns of tho Times.
Weekly literature does not extend be
yond the comic and illustrated press,
J he monthlies may bo told off on tho
lingers of the two hands." .
Dr. Brown-Senuard, of Paris, Is tho
grandson of Irish emigrants to America.
ami the son Of an American naval officer
who was probably massacred by pirates,
and ot a trencn I'rcoio lady. Ho was
born in the Mauritius, whero ho learned
to speak French as a child and English
as a school-boy. There is tho warmth
of an Irishman in his oratory. The sci
entilic facts which be is always trying
to master appear to iced his lancy as
well as to enrich his Intellect.
1 no railway up Vesuvius, Known as
tho Funicolaro, is a French undertak
ing. It was started from a capital of
72,000 and costs 4,000 a year to main
tain. In fifteen years the company ex
pect to realize the entire capital, and as
tho lease from tho government runs
thirtv vears. there will remain fifteen
years for profits, which aro estimated at
ten per cent after tho working expenses
are taken out. Tho company is Insured
in uvo reneii nouses at 41. per l.OOOf.
No English house, was willing to Insure
it tinder lOf. Everything about the
road Is said to bo well managed. At
tho top thero Is a restaurant, aud a goot:
A tramp who wandered about tho
eastern counties of Connecticut was ro
markawv uglv aud Apparently sixty
years old, his hair and beam being
streaked with wLte. Ho was a suc
cessful beggar, his hideous appearance
exciting pity. Ono day a woman at
Preston refused to give him a dinner.
and he angrily assaulted her, throwing
on bis air oi ieemeness ana knocking;
her down with great vigor. Being ar
rested, washed, and dressed in clean,
clothes it was found that his hair was
artitlclally whitened, that his deeropi
tude was all assumed, and that his ago
was not over 510.
Whtrt tht Noolla of tho C:mji:i InV.j Points.
I beg to state that tho reason why tho
needle points in the northerly direction
is that tho earth in Itself Is a magnet,
attracting the magnetic needle as th
magnets do, and tho earth is a magnet
as the result of certain eosinieal facts,
much affected by tho action of the sun.
These laws, havo periodicities, all of
which havo not as vet been determined.
The inherent and ultimate reason of any
fact in nature, as gravity, light, heat,
etc., is not known further than that it is
in harmony with all facts in nature.
Even an eartluiuako is in perfect har
mony with ami tho direct resultant of
the action of forces acting under general
laws. A condensed explanation in re
gard to the needle pointing to the north
ward and southward is as follows: The
magnetic poles of the earth do uot coin
cide with the geographical poles. Tho
axis of rotation makes an angle of about
twenty-three degrees with a lino joining
tho former. The northern magnetic
pole is at present near the arctic circle
on the meridian of Omaha. Hence tho
needle does not everywhere point to the
astronomical north, and is constantly
variable within certain limits. At San
Francisco it points about 17 degrees to
the east of north, and at Calais, Me., as
much to tho west. At tho northern
magnetic pole a balanced needle points
with its north end downward in a plumb
line. At San Francisco it dips about C3
degrees and at the southern magnetic
polo the south end points directly down.
The action of the earth upon a magnetic
needle at iU surface is of about tho
same force as that of a hard steel mag
net, forty inches long, strongly mag
netized, at a distance of one foot. The
foregoing is tho accepted explanation of
the fact that the needle points to the
northward and southward. Of course
no ultimate reason can bo given for this
natural fact in nature.
How Women Would Vote.
Were women allowed to vote, every one
in tho land who has used Dr. Pierce's
"Favorite Prescription"' would vote it to be
an unfailing remedy for the disease pecu
liar to her sex. Bv druggists.
1 Not Wasted.
To people who in rush moments wish
themselves dead comes this parable, to
show them that if taken at their word
they" would soon retract and plead for
life" "A certain feeble old man gather
ed a load of sticks, ainkwas carrying it
home. He bceanw very tired on tho
road, and flinging down his burden, he
cried out, 'O Angel of Death, deliver
me from this misery!' At that instant
the Angel of Death," in obedience to his
summons, appeared before him, nnd
asked him what he wanted. On seeing
tho frightful figure, the old man, trem
bling, replied: 'O friend, be pleased' to
assist me, that I may lift onco more this
burden upon my shoulder; for this pur
pose only have I called you!' "
The postmaster of New York 13 trying
a new street letter-box, which has a de
vice by which the public can tell exactly
when the next mail will be collected,
and each time he collects, tho carrier
must remove a card, which prevents him
from being able to shirk going to the
The Mormons claim to be one hundred
An Alarming Spread of Pmall pox
The mo3t potent remedy to Bton the spread
of this great scourge is Darby's Prophylac
tic Fluid, which is ready for use at all
times. Persons aro liable at any moment
to "catch" the disease, and should get the
Fluid at ouce and use it freely about, as
places cannot be infected where the Fluid
is used. Persons attending the sick or in
other ways exposed to the disease will be
protected by its free use.
Maws from Harmless Materials, and
adapted to the needs of fading and falling
iiair, rarkers Hair Balsam has taken tho
first rank as an elegant and reliable hair
Evils to be Avoided.
Over eating is in ono sense as produc
tive of evil as intemperance in drinking.
Avoid both, and keep the blood punned
with Burdock Blood Bittors, and you will
be rewarded with robust health and an in
A nasal iNjECTon free with each bottle
ot blnloh's Catarrh Remedy. Prico 50
Fkakk Baudal, North Bennett street,
liutiiilo, says: "I have tried your Spring
niossomas a lamily medicine and have
never come across anything to do so much
good in so short a time in cases of indiges
tion, dyspepsia and derangement of the
stnmacu; 1 strongly recommend it."
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
Nearly a Miracle.
E. Aseuith Hall. Bintrham. N. Y.. writes
"I suffered for several months with a dull
pain through left lung and shoulders. I
lost my spirits, appetite unb color, and
could with difficulty keen ud all dav. Mv
mother procured some Burdock Blook Bit
ters; i iook tneni as directed, and have
felt no pain since first week after using
them, sod am now quite well."
Deaf as a Post.
Mrs. W. J. Lang, Bethany, Ont., states
that for fifteen months she was troubled
with a disease in tho car, causing entire
tienmcPH. pin ten minutes alter using
Thomas' Electric Oil sho found relief, and
in a short time sho was entirely cured and
ner hearing restored.
Thomas Fitchen, Bradford, Pa., writes
"I enclose money for bpring Blossom, as
snid I would if it cured nie. My dyspep
sin has vanished, with all its symptoms
ManytbanKs; I bhall nevor bo without it
in tho house."
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
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Soft will to complexions
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Catarrh relieved and
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Slop fever p.evenled by
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. the corpse It will
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is impure, and leunth of tune it remains so, will
tuliercular diathesis continue.
Fall Kivkk, Mass . , March Juth, 1S7U.
James I Fellows, Esq
Dear Sir: Ahoiit three years atto I was attacked
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pliiten, and before I ba-1 finished one bulu my ap
petite aad strength were greatly improved; my
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A lame back of olglit years standing wa positive
ly cured by 50 cent worth of
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Common tore throat is cured with one dose of
THOMAS' KCLKCTK1C OIL.
Coughs and colds are cured by
THOMAo' ECLKt'TKIU OIL.
All throat and lung diseases are cured by
THOMAS' ECLECTKIC OIL.
Asthma i cured by
Burn and frost bites are relieved at once by
Always gives satisfaction.
Sold by Medicine Dealers everywhere.
Price 50c. nnd $1
FOSTER, M1LI1URN & CO., Prop'rs.
Buffalo. N. Y.
I n vm''n(,M now "f'"te tl,e public
Iff II 1 W 1 1 I Won can make money faster at
I 1 1,1 A I vvorxior us tnac i anything
I 1 i V 1 I e'so. Capital uot needed. We
upwards made at lionm by the
Industrious men. women, buys and girls wanted ev
cry whero to work for us. Now Is the time. Vott
can work In spare tlmeonlyor give your whole time
to the business. You can live nt home and do tho
work.. No other business will pay you nearly as
well. No one can fall to make enormous pay by
engaging at oncu. Costly ontflt and term free.
Monev male fast, easilv nnd honoranly. Address
True tCo., Augusta, Maine. 10-dO.
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MARK. Tho tlreat Eng
lish remedy, An
unfailing cure for
potency (..id all
disease Hint Mow
as a sequence.
of self abuse; as .a
In., nf ,...,..,,
Before Takinenuivursiiiiassiiude pvi--
bpaln In the back.aUw IWUllfi,
dimness of vision, preinatnm old ago, and many
othur diseases that lead to insanity,, consumption
or a premature grave.
lrFull particulars In our pamphlet, which we
deslae to end freo bv mall to nvervomi. flfTha
SpeclllcModlctuo I sold bv all druggists at $1 per
package, or six package for or will be Rent lre
bv mall on ruouipt of the aiuiiev, bv addressing.
, TUB GKAY MEDICINE CO.,
Bur jaw, N.T.
Hold In Cairo ly Paul tkhuh.
120 Broadway, New York
of any Life Insurance Compuny
IN THE WOULD.
It atone issue
.stipulating that the cent, act of Insurance "shall
not be disputed" after It I three year old,
aud that such policies shall be
on receipt of satisfactory proof of death.
its policy la clear and conclso, aud contain
NO ARDUOUS C0NDITI0N8.
N. B. READ YOfR POMCDX Compare th
short and simple form used by the Kuultable with
the long and obscure contracts loaded down with
technicalities Issued by other companies!
Its CASH RETURNS
to poller holder are
N. B.-8eo the many letter from policy holders
eiprssslug their gratiflrailon with the return from
their ToNTixt Saving Fckd 1'oi.ici.
HH!ttuie of its
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely Inveted, nearly
Tl. A. BUR XKTT, A uent.
Office, corner l.th and Washington.
November iM, Issi. mlidw
MUTUAL AID SOCIKTT.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFK INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
of OA 1 HO.
Organlied Julv 14th, 1877, Under the Law 0
the ?tate of Illinois. Copyrighted July
, 1877, Under Act of Conem.
ft S- ?.(;."Vn -....rre.ldbtd
, V V-.-- Vlw Tident
J. A. (j(iLI)STINE ....Treasurer
I J-l 'OUIJUS .. Medical Adviser
THOMAS LEWIS Secrvtar-
JOUN C. WUITK Asl.tant Secretary
KXKCUT1 VK COM M ITTKK'
II. LEKiHTON, l. k THOMAS,
J. C. WHITE, W.r.HTUIEK,
J. 8. McOAIlEY.
William titration, of Stratton ft Bird, wholesale
grocers; Paul (i. Hchuh, wholesale and retail dnia
gist: lla.en Leigbtou, commission merchant; J as.
S. McUahey, lumber dealer; J. J. Oordtm, phys
ician; J. A. Uoldstlne, ofdoldstlue & Kosenwater,
wholesale and retail dry goods, etc; Win, K. Pitch
er, general agent; Heury B, Kills, city printer and
hook binder; Chesley Haynos, Cooper; Jno. C.
White, assistant secretary and solicitors Albert
Lewi, dealer In four and grain 1 K. Bros, presl.
dent Alexander County Bank; O. W. Hendricks,
contractor and builder; Cyru Close, general
agent; Thomas Lewi, secretary and attorney at
law; L. 8, Thomas, broom manufacturer: W. K
Kusel, cotitrar-tor aud builder; C. T, Uudd
aguutC Ht. L.&N.O. rallaoad;Mos(.l'hllllp,rar
penter; II , A. fhumhley, contractor, Cairo, 111.,
ltev. .I.Spencer, clergvman.Ht Leul, W0.1 J. II.
Bet anno, circuit clerk, Mississippi county, Chsrle
ton. Mo.; J. H. Monro , lawyer, Commerce. M0.1
I). Hlnglctarv. puvslclan, Arlington, Ky.s J. W.
Tarry, plivslclan, Fulton, Kv. 5 Wm. Hyan, farmer,
Murrv, Kv.; A. Stelnbach, manufacturer of sad
dlerv.tvansvillo, Ind.;lke Audenon, ocretary
to superintendent C St. L. A N O. railroad, Jack
son, Tenn.;J. H. Kobcrtson, physician, White
Tlllo, lenn.s Thotna A.Osborn, harness maker,
Bolivar, lenn.j Wm. L. Walker, "DIUj Adver
Dy till ilmplii ' water
powsr Invention uia
avoid all the labor and
Injury of driving he!
Hewing Maelilim. Over
5,000 of these Baekna
Water Molnrs, nolsel.wi
anil ornamental, adapt
ed to all Sowing jla
lilnes, are now glvlns
per feet satisfaction.
Two slaet are made for
Household Sewing M
J'i..0. Also larger
'or factory newt
anil nit all iri...i. .. h..
m neiw ror tireuiar to
BACKUS WATRn Mmv,
.Tall HUM v..
wT,Mv0.r;'onom,(,al i"nw Known
FOR DRIVING LIGHT MACHINERY !
U take bat llttlo room.
k U never got out of repair.
' It cuunut blow up.
It require no fuel,
hi. ... 1 '' . , ,. , 11 Uccd no engineer.
TUurolsnodolayi noUrlngnp; no ashe to clean
away 1 no extra Insurance to pay; no repair
lug necessary; no coal bill to pay.
and it 1 alway ready for a,
It is Very Cheap.
' Is' B'tPportoanwihU4
1 rail 1 1 I I