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THE i)AlbY CAIRO IHTLLft'JTN: TUESDAY MORNING, PERUuARY 23, 1882,
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A"
Ijohs of appetlte.Naiiaeft.bowelB costive,
Pafrn'nljieJIw duir.enaation In
the tack paj-tPaTn under the'ahoulder
t)ladfl,'fulfneM after eating, with a disinj.
clitiation toexertionpf body or mtndj
IrritRbilityof temper, CSwapintiiLpHa
ofmem'ory, with a fooling of havi mi nog;
lectedsorue dutjwoarineasV DiKzineHsJ
eyeiirVellbw fekinrtfendache," Hestloss
ness at nightTtighfy colored Urine.
IP THESE W ARNIHGS AEE UNHEEDED.
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
nrTT8 FILL8 re eapprlally ndapted to
audi caaca.oiiedose' Herts auchHcliHiig;,!
of feeling na t A'tnnlith Hie sufferer.
Tlij Inervsow ll. AM-I He, and cause tlia
b"dv in tnUf on -'U. thii. Ilif system In
noiii-Unrd.nml hyt'i 'IrTonlearliononthw
l.lKmillTvOrirniim RiculnrNKMiln are pro
diH'Ml. Prli-e & rent, :ut Murray M.. M. l .
TUTT'S HAIR DYE,
Qua v ItAin or Wiiiskkhs changed to a n lossy
Black by a IK.-J.' niplliiition of this l'VK. It
Impart a nmural color, now IiisimiiHiikiomhI v,
Cold brDrugtiistswr sent uy express on iwvipiul.i.
Office, 33 Murray St.. New York.
(Ilr. TITTH liMAL at Valualils tiifurmiUlna and k
IVftil UrerlvU sill b 1M r'UU u illllua.
Sprain, Burns, Maids, Itrulspa, Sor
nexn, lUieuiiiatNin, Ilolls, r leers, Old
Korea, Tootlinclio, llendarlip, Noro
Throat, As thin u. Hoarseness,
A. p., &p.
JTSTTX I. FITTOX, I). P., Brooklyn, N. 7.
"IToving itself to bo a necessity in our homo."
P. A. WKSTEKVELT, M. 1.. NiihIivIUo. Tenn.r
' Bavo used large quantities of POND'S KXT11ACT
In my practice."
Mr. 8. B. MrfOUD, Matron. TTomn of Dnstltuto
Children. " We flud it most efllcacioua and ust
'antlon.-rOKT'S EXTJtACT la old only iu
bottles with tlio namo Mown in thn gias.
j-H is unsafe to use other articles with our
directions. Insist on having POND'S EXTItACT.
Itefuse all imitations and substitute,
SPECIAL ritEPAR ATIO S3 OP rOND'fl EX
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AND MOST I'KIjTCATE pkiifcmjm
FOB. LADIES' HOUUOIK.
Toilet (roam 1.00
.ip Naive S3
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Inhaler (OlaasOCto.) 1.00
nal Syrlni'i' i'i
Medicated Paper... 3
Family Syringe $1.00.
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rialit, IJenenil l,-hllllj. t'pmnlp !!
rases, iVntr Vllalil.v, nerviiu. I'r
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Biiittficturod by The Dr. Harter Medicine Co, SLlouii
The following Is one of tho very many tcstlmo
Dial we are receiving dully:
emffrmm; Some threo months ago I Hcgtrn tb8
use of 1H. II viirnu's Iikin Tumi:, upon Uie ad
vice of nisiiv fi lendswho knew its virtues. 1 wa
Buffering frmii general debility to such au extent I
llinv Illy inui'l ".ac.iv-viiiiifij uuinuiavui, miu..
A vacation of a mouth did imt give n e much re
lief, but on the contrary, was followed by ln
creased proslratlon aud sinking chills. At this
time I Irsiui tliense of yout liuiN TuNlo, froui
wlili h 1 reallr.ed almost lioiuedlato and wonderliil
results. The old energy returned aud 1 found that
my natural forco wa not permanently iiliatcd. I
have used three bottles of flicToNld. Hlm e using
It 1 have done twice the labor that 1 ever did In the
ame time during my illness, aud with double the
e. With Uiu tranquil nerve and vlgorol' body,
ba. come also a clearness of thought never before
enjoyed. If IheToNiu has not dnuo the work,!
know uut vi hat. 1 give it the credit.
Most gratefully yours,
J. J. WATHOM,
Troy, O., J&n. 1, 187B. 1'ustur Christian Church.
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E. A. Burnett, Cairo, Illinois.
HY A IMlAOTICAf. WOMAN.
Xuntlppo, I know, wn. a terrible nc)M,
Hut only one-hull' of that atury'a boon fiddl
Knr Alan hml to worry, mid cut, uinl cnnt.'ivo
Tn koop biilf H rl(i.i'ii .voting "Smrlon" ill I vo,
Whilo their slouch old father tho wise Soora-
Pennili'SH. hntless, nml bnro to the fcnopH,
Ihillg-htiiig' nil Athonn wilb wiHo tnw.H nml
Hut nil Iho vrlsi! inn. vims which Knrrnte. suld
Ku'er I'ltrnrd for iho youinrsti'i's ft morsel of
With novpr a shoo for liorsolf or thn boys.
What wonder tho inudtiin win given io noise?
Ho dearly loved Athens her forum nml
Anil tho ruviiller crowd that applauded his
Wag ntttiehinl to her soil, nml on fuco, neck nml
That soil whs quito largely ntlaclied lo htm.
For her in tho l'orum, tho workshop, or gate,
At morning, ut noon, or ut midnight, he'd
Ho talked of tho beautiful jroodness knows
Of inflati di vlnl from out of tho blue sky;
Hut, In spitooftils wit, Xaiitippo ne'er went
Through theold follow'H clot hiiitf iiini fished up
She worked llko a slave, but he sat nt his easo
AVhllo "ehinniiitr" with Crito orKufipldesI
Tho stew-pan was broken and nothing to stew,
Kaeh chair had the rickets tho tHble askew,
The bed for the group, a Hiclliuti plank,
And still h kept "chinning;" the logical
Now, Boerntes held that n mnn whs well fed
Whoso menu consisted of water nt.d bread,
Uut the bread? For you sou, tho Improvident
Never earned for tho youngsters the tlrst obo
lus. He'd "chin" jt nil duy-but work? Not n bit!
(Ills speeches were marvels of beauty and wit).
No wonder sho stormed! No wonder she ruil
ed, And went fur him there with her mop, till ho
She doused his old toga with dish-water foul,
And keyed up her voice till it reached a wild
No wonder oho turned out a bit of ashrewl
1 think tho old lady hml reason; don't you?
INNOCENT. FLIRT ATIONj
Tift Beauty I Met on the Cars.
"Pshaw!" Huiil Harry, and tossed tho
"Don't you like it? I ventured to in
"Like it? no! It U a made-up story.
The only pood stories am true ones."
"Do you mean to say that all tho
plorious lietions that havo enchained,
that have thrilled the world are true?"
I asked, a little triumphantly.
"Not true in all their details and com-
lunations, of course," said lie; "but
whenever you find any incident really
all'eetino;, you may be sure that it actual
ly happened. Mow, in this story which
l' have read at your recommendation,
there is no such incident. The charac
ters are not alive, and the events never
occurred; at least, within the writer's
knowledge. 1 can tell you adoen real
true stories would beat it all hollow."
"What will you bet?"
"Who to decide?"
"You shall decide yourself. Come,
, I'll tell you one to bepin with; and if
you don't say it is better than this
namby-pamby ufl'air I havo been read
inp I'll pay for the supper."
So I set myself to listen.
"1 took the iiijrht train fit Columbus,"
said Harry, sotUinir himself back, to
spin his yarn more comfortably.
"Then you are tho hero of your own
story," said I.
"lon't interrupt me. Who said I
was a hero? You will see. The cars
were full; but 1 found a seat behind a
lady and gentleman, who had appropri
ated a couple to themselves, aud were
wrapped up in shawls, sleeping very
"The light trom the ear lamps fell on
their faces. The gentleman, who seemed
u foreigner, and who proved to be a Mex
ican ol some distinction, was of middle
nge a dark, line-looking, sombre, ipiict
Vian. lut the lady, young enough to
be his (laughter, was of da..ling beauty.
A pale complexion, Hushing with tho
slightest tint of rose; an oval face; feat
ures regular as those of atirecinn statue
wasn't she beautiful?"
"I suppose she was," said I, wishing
to be amiable, when thus appealed to.
"I don't want your opinion on that
point. I had been among rough people.
1 had seen few that eouhr be called re
lined, or beautiful, for a long time; but,
niakingaallowances for all that, she was
eerta'mfy one of the loveliest women I
"When slu! opened her eyes in tho
pale morning light, they were of that
tinge of violet-grey, shaded by long,
dark lashes, ho rare and so exipiiiyto.
Her little hand, with its long, tapering,
white fingers,' lipped with rose; her
slender, delicate feet; her form and
movements of perfect grace, all held mo
in a kind of enchantment.
"Tho cars rattled and roared along
down the Little Miami, and wo were
Hearing Cincinnati, when I heard her
speak. llwasNoiuo trilling question.
It hud the petulance of a spoiled child
and a spoiled beauty; but there could
be no mist tiklng the' pure, high-breeding
of her articulation, lly the time it wiw
broad daylight, I had studied hor well,
looking over my newspaper. It was
Sunday morning, and no train left Cin
cinnati until evening. Wo rode rjp-towu,
froni tho depot, in tho samo omnibus,
and I sat opposite, and so quito uear
"As I looked, what I presume must
bo my last look at her, and must havo
expressed in that look all tho admira
tion and interest I felt saying, with my
eyes: "Who cau you bo, O beautiful
one?" sho appeared to see mo for the
first time. Something must have told
her what I was thinking. A Hush camo
over her facovory slight, indeed, but
still perceptible. It wfis alittlo surprise
and something which was not indigna
tion. "I had given my checks for tho l?ur
nett House; it was with a pang that I
saw my new acquaint anees prepare to
alight at the Spencer. Itut whilo tho
general, as I heard him called after
ward, was picking up a shawl that had
been dropped, I sprang out into the
snow, and with a look I doubt not of
mingled respect, and admiration, and
grief gave my hand to tho lady. Sho
thrilled me with tho lightest and quick
est toueli possible, as if she did not wish
to oll'end a stranger, by declining what
lie meant for a civility; but did not say,
'thank you.1 Tho husband touched his
hat to mo with a cold, proud loo, which
1 shall never forget.
"I re-entered tho omnibus, went k)
the liurnett House, took a gowl barn
and breakfast, aud then went a id heard
somo line music at tho beautifiw cathe
dral. My railroad vision I laid away,
with d sight or two, iu tho storehouse of
"At nine o'clock in tho evening, I left
in the cars for Cairo. Tho Ohio was
frozen. As I entered tho car, my heart
beat as I caught sight of La Signora.
Tho only vacant seat was near them.
I received no salutation, and made
none. I knew that she saw rue; but
she did not raise her eyes. Tho gentle
man looked at me, as he might at any
other traveler, but without a sign of re
cognition, or any emotion, unless there
was a very slight darkening of the
brows. 1 could not see well by the
lamplight. They made their arrange
ments like practiced travelers, aud slept,'
or seemed to sleep. I sat still and
thought. Did you ever feel a superhu
man beauty sinking into your heart,
deeper and deeper, with every moment's
"No matter.' Don't answer now. I
must tell my story. In tho morning,
and all day, wo were still on the cars.
I did not Intrude even by a look. Two
or three times I had an opportunity to
give them somo slight attent ions. J had
the latest New York papers, which I
loaned them. I brought a glass of wa
ter, when there was none in the cars.
I was lucky enough to have somo nice
oranges, and the lady was thirsty. Ah
the Jay went on tho general grew neigh
borly. He spoko very, little Knglish.
His lovely wife would talk nothing else,
lie changed from Spanish to French,
but sho refused to speak mote than . a
word or two of cither, and kept him to
his Knglish, which it was evident she
was determined w should learn.
"Sho was EnglBh by birth. I knew
it from many indications, A high-bred,
well-bral-English lady, of the most re.
fined nnd delicate type more Celtio
than Saxon; and more American than
English, according to common notions,
in her appearaucy
ft'ONTINl'Kl) TO-.M0IIKOW .
Piles! Piles!! Piles!!!
A SUUEfTHE FOUND AT LAST. NO ONK NKKM
A suro cure for tho Blind, Bleeding,
Itching nnd Ulcerated Piles has been dis
covered by Dr. Williams (an Indian rem
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No one need stiller live minutes alter apply
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Lotions, Instruments and Electuaries do
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itching (particularly at night after getting
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Head what the Hon J. M. Ooflinberrv, of
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that I have never found ' anything which
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as Dr. imam s Indian Pile Ointment.
Pur sale by all druggists, or mailed
receipt of price $1.00.
FhankS.Uknkv &Co., 0
Sole Prop's, Cleveland,
For sale by Guo. E. O'iiaua, Druggis.
Tho Missronary Socioty.
A gentleman gavo a party in honor of
a distinguished missionary lately return
ed from his field of work. Tho ladies
appeared in very decollete dresses, and
as tho host feared tho style might shock
his reverence, he apologized to him for
it, saying that fashion demanded it.
"Oh, I don't mind it at all," replied
the missionary, "I havo been ten years
niuor-r Iho savages."
A ("loss liaby.
Nothing is so conducive to a man's re
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inizht nt the house ol a tinuricd friend and
being kept awake for live or nix hours by
the crying of across baby. All cross and
crying babies need only Hop Hitters to
make them well and smiling. Young man,
How to Get Well.
Thousimdsof persons nre constantly trail
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cased kidneys aud costive bowels are their
tormentors. They should know that Kidney-Wort
acts on these or-runs nt the saniu
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t.iat have clogged them, nnd so renewing th
whole man. Hundreds testily to this.
Go-to Paul O. Schuh for Mrs. Freenmn'i
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iroup, , iiiMijuiiK couuji no won
chitts. , 14
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It Is perficly inirinless.
For sor throat It Is a
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Fevered and sick per
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Miild added to tho
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Impure air mmle harm
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In fact it the great
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Tuberoulur Dim mm ot Lunirs and
Tubercular cnnsuinpiioii of the lungs Is that
form of Hie, disease ino-l common, must fatal, and
until recent y considered incurable. "1 utie-ele.
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dm t, d posl'ed Irom diseased blood Iu var olii-
purls of Iho body ; and Iu pro' ortlon as mat tinio
is impure, and leiteth of time it remains so, w ill
tubercular diathesis c. utluue.
Fai.i. H.vgu. .Mass . -March SOtli. 1S79.
James I Fellows,' F.sq
near Mr: .Wont throe year ago 1 was anacKcn
with ronchllls and tubercu ur disease of the left
lung, and sutl'.iiod for two years so severely that I
was uniihlo to attend to business. About aycar ago
i was advised to trv rellows ryrup i I lipo)Uo
plates, and before. 1 ba finished one bottle, my ap
petite unit strength wen- greutlv improved; my
d.ugh became less Iroiib'esonie, my sleep was
sowid and refreshing, win h bud not been (lie rase
for over a rear. I ln.d sutb-riii from rervousm-ss
and dill'.rult breath, itg all Uiu time I was sick; hut
your syrap lias cured it nil I at. vise all persons
itlllicteil ss l was to use reilows ayrup of uypo
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All et.dless chain of good etlects ' . formed by
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For Inipiirtlng strength and vitality to the system,
nothing can equal HUKDOCK 111.00!) l'-ITi liKS.
For Nervous and (letieral Debility, tone tip the
ostein with HUKDOCK HI, 01) HITTKHS
I'kick $1 1'Kti norrt.B: Tut aliiotti.es, IHits,
FGSTF-U, MlLIll'IlN & CO., Prop'iN,
BUFFALO, S. V.
For sale by I'At'LQ. HCIIUII,
-vj riltnslness now befurc iniptilillr.
' W I I 1 You can mafr motiev lasier at
work for us that ainmlhlng
e su, Capll'il mil tie d-'d. We
will start you. W a day anil
UliWarils tnaile at home I j tin:
It riiislrluns men. wom-ni, boys avd gltl wat'led ev
erv win-re to work for us, tow Is the time. Yon
can work In spare time only or give your whol- time
to thu business, You can live al homo and do the
work i No oilier business wl'l pay you nearly as
wed. tin lieu can full to make enormous pay by
eni'nglim at once, Costly outfit and terms free
Mouev mil, 1c lust, easily and honrauly. Audresp
True Co.. Augusta. Alalno. In-ao.
TRADE MK. Tho dretit Kltg-
Tv llsh I'etniily, All
!.'. "a uiilaillui! cure for
spertnul rrhea, Itn
potuticv r.id all
disease thai I'nlow
us a sequence
of elf-ahiisi'j u,j,J
Bccre iZTri!' Mine
loss ot memory
dimness of vision, premature nld ago, d inutiy
nlher disease that lead lo insanltv, constiinptlun
or a premature rriivn.
ir-Full parllcilars In onr patnplilot, which wn
doslsn to send free bv mall tn evervone, IfTlte
Hpecllln Medicine l sold bv all druggists at ft pttf
pai'Kiigo, or six psekagi for t or will lie sent tree
liv mall nit receipt of the utoiiev, bv addressing.
Til b lilt A V MKDICINK CO.,
Hufrau), N . Y .
Kola Iu Cairo bv Paul Sctinh,
4,1 rw Fg-rsTuw.uryp
L Q 'TO
Si A JMiiiAr..,iMMLy',e.4.J.-;l '
Tho Great Healing Itcmcdy.
Old Dr. Pitcher's remedy for
r-B.-.v-n :rr.!..vs:.,v.. Am.un.kwn
III the V hold History ot Medicino
No preparation has ever performed such murvol
Ions cures, or maintained so widu a reputation, as
Avkii's Cnrttuv PkiTokal, wlilch Is recognized as
the world's remedy for all discuses ol the throat
and lungs. Its long rniitlimed scries of wonderful
cures tu all climates has mudo It uulversully know H
usasiileandrellahlo agent to employ Against
ordinary colds, which aru ihe for runners of more
serious disorders, It acts speedily and surely, al
ls ays relieving suffering, and often saving life. The
protection It affords, by its timely use to throat and
clc-st disorders, makes It an Invaluable remedy to
be kept always on baud In every home. No person
can afford to lie without It, and those who have
onee used It never will. From their knowledge of
Its composition and effects, physician nso tho
Chkhiiy PkiTuiial pxftnslvcly iii their practices,
and clergymen recommend it. It Is absolutely cer
tain Iu Its remedial effects, and will always cure
w here cures are possible. For sa'e by all dealers
I710UNDKY, MACHINE HIOI AN!
1 ' STEAM FORGE,
Vulcan Iron Wokk
HTIOIIIO LK.VKK. CAIU0.HI.
J01L T. UKXNIE
nAVIN'O estiiblished works at the above mei.
tioin d place Is better prepared than ever fm
manufacturing Steam Kugiiies and Mill Machinery.
Having a Steam Hammer and ample Tool, the
manufacture of all kinds of Machinery, INiirourt,
Steamboat and Hrxlge Korgilit;. mink- a spci inii) .
F. 'pecla! attention given to repairs nf Engines n o
Brass Castings of all kinds made to ordei
Pipe Fitting 'n all it branches.
"V. TJioiruis AVitluim.
ArronvKV ami I'oi ssEt.l.im t I., w.
Cil AKh! ST0, JIO.
Will practice In all the courts of Missouri and
Illinois, local und stipr nie; and In the t'hll. il
Suites court for thu Ka-tern district of Missouri.
Claims, collections, taxi s, titles and loans at
Heal Kstatp bought and sold on fomnilslo".
rnrly-tevi'it'i .. a -i :n f t! e 11 n :t,U- ('UU
e.i . I'lln"' r-cn- r: Ii t i-,;lv iu-U !-e.,
ApmnMce'i i.ith.-ii.-ii!i tadai Vil t -r I r.-o
i ,-i '' -!1 .1 )-.-' - : i-1 , . t : t ie ; t.e-i.., r, A - -, -i
M.i. !i;.i i i;t ', Ii--, 'v aUl , , , r, ,.,,,,, , ,,, .,
,.,-,.,-( ,. , . j.,, ,, ,. .;. . ,
.tj llllli U i '.id ,p I'.lt, i r : . lli.-(. .-,( , i i ,,,'-
A 'r"lii'ii:iei'l sllnv.s In lS'-l ; .r ,.
ft ur.. rlnuit tbrei-lur in i.i-ali, fits. iiihI elow r.
Could not supply tho a d. Oi-.f r eerly. Tho
simplest and most ilnr.il ! u,i:i ii i:, tn do li.urio t.
T'ie Pltich lltnvk Perla
b and 1 rice u. AIni
liltelv nolM'TOioHii-i. Vtnti r
tiilw Holler. Will savo their cost in'fuel uliuie.
H. A. PITTS' SONS MFC. CO.
7 and 9 f . J-fferson St. CHICACO, (LU
ill bi-iimdid rm.f tn lUpp)irnr (i, tin) totuiuui'(wtltinut
otilrriiic Ii, H Cbntiim tivi rlo)d )tlmit tnp raving,
I ni i11 Difti, tiirl full (t(-rt)lloiii, pt li ( mJ lirtvti'n lor
S ifiiiilf l'U vtfjftiti of Vniiutlt fttiJ Ktowfr Edt, IMatiLi,
Kuit ini, tc InvKlnibti Ut nil, Hfii-i lor tt. Ad ltit,
D. U. FKERY tc CO., Detroit, Mich.
Whol'-salit dcater it.
AU Sle.im llress' d.
vj Wooilw.iril Avi!,
. -.V .I -
Send o j"ic"
by thl sltnplo water
power Invention may
avoid all the lulsir and
Injury of drying her
Sewing Aluehlni). Over
0,000 of these Hnekus
vi liter Motors, noiseless
ami oruiinteiiinl, adapt
ed to nil Sewing Din.
chines, nre now giving
Two sl.es are made for
Household Sowing Ma
chines, l'rlec, U13 and
ei'i.M). Also larger
sles for fiietnry needs
and fur ull kinds of ma
Kond for Clrculur to
HACK US WATKll M0T0H CO., Newark, N. J
This Is the
Most Economical Power Known
FOR, HUIVlXG LIGHT MACHINERY !
It takes but Utile room,
1 1 never gets out of repair.
It cannot blow up,
It remilie no fuel.
It, nee is no engineer,
There Is no delay i tin firing upi no ashes to clean
awnys no extra Insurance to pay! no repair
ing; necessary no coal bills lo pay,
and it 0 always ready Tor use.
It m Very Cheap.
o $m Bute paper veuAlh i ail
1201!niaday, Now York,
of any Life Insurance Com puny
IN Tl 110 WOK 1,1).
It alone Issues
,1 iicontoHiibln lJolicis.
,stipuli,ting Hint thu com. net ot tnsnn.iies shall
I ot be dlsn-ited" alier it Is three years old
and thai such policies shall b.i
I 'i i d I i n tn ed iat f I v,
011 receipt of satlsfactf ry proofs of ihalh.
lis policy is clear and com sC, and contain
0 ARDUOUS (ONMTKhVS.
N.n.-HKAI) VOI'K '()I('1. (,..
short and simple form used by the luiial.,c wi'h
the long an ) olneiire eoiilrnci loaded iIoa-iiwI'S
techiikalitles Issued by inner conipai.n s!
Its CASH IJETUJ.NS
to policy holders are (
' H St ih" mnity !ettet. frnr" po'lry i.i, (
cxprssslng theirgratifiis-toi, wnh the r tintis Iru n
their loNIINK fiAVISlis l-'l 511 Counts
I tf'tlVIW fll'ltH
Financial Strong! Ii.
Asspls Seen id v Invostnl
Surplus Securely Inve fed. ne.irtv
K. A. HUM NM ITT. A pen t.
Oflke, rorner l?th and V'jgot r:j;iori.
MlTl AL AID vo( IK' Y.
A SURSTni'lE KoPc LIKE IXSUi;.
AXfK ( I'M PA ME S.
WIDOWh' & OP.niANS'
jMutual Aid Society
OrganiMMt .lulv ltt, n!77, Imlt r 1 lit-. Laws o
tie- Mate of Illinois. Ceptrinlitid Jnlv
'J, Mi 1, I lltler Aetol CdligrtSs.
p.o. sr inn
c. t. hi nu
.1. A. UOI.DSTTNE...
.1 J. (.oKiKiv
........ Vice President
Jon.-, c. wiiiTK ,
KXJ'X-U'TIVK COMM ITTKK
H. I.T-UiHTON. I,. TIldMAX.
J. C. WHITE. W. '. PlTl lIKIf.
J. S. MctiAllKY.
HO A UDO M A N A O KliS:
William Stra'ton. ofstnitioti A Bid. -nol,..nl
gioeers; Paul li. Si huh, whoo-suie and retail drug
gist; lla.eti I.' lgiiton, co-i mission merchant; Jns.
S. McOnliey, lunilu r dealt r; J. .1. Ooriiim, phys
ic, bit; J. A. lilstlne. ul doldsllne 1( senwuter,
wholesale and reta.l tire L'oods. etc: Win K. IMen-
cr. general agent; llenrv II. Kills, cl:y printer and
hook Dinner; nesiey iinynes, Looper; Jut), u.
White, assistant secretary and solicitor: Albert
Lewis, dealer tn four and grain: F. tin ss. ores!
di nt Ale.xauriif Cocnty Hank; li. W. Hendricks,
contractor and builder; Cyrus Close, general
.gent ; Thomas Lewis, secretary am! attorney at
law ; i., n, i nomas, nrootn maniiiui turt r; W. F
Kussel, contraetor and l uiiD-r; C. T, Build
ugert C. St. L. AN. o. mliao n! j.Mes.-s Phillips, rar-
IMTIOl-l, . ..IIUIIIIJO'.V, Oi t; O'lO.-, I hi ro, ins..
lti v .). spencer, c ergvmati.St I.ei.'ls, M, ; ,. ,
ll. lhitne. ciretiit clerk, Misslssinnl c iinii. Chsrln.
ton, Mo. ! .1-H Moore , lawyer, t oi jun'rie, Mo.1
1). Mtig:et,.rv. phvslclnn. Arliiiitlou. Kv .1. u
Terry, plivsic.iaii, Fulton, Kv. ; Win. Ityiiu, farmer,
iiurrv, iv. ; pieniiiK.cn, uiaiiuiiuturir Ol sad'
db rv, Kvansvllle, Ind ; Ike Anrtersmi, seeretary
to superitiienuuni m. i,. u. ralliMad, Jack
son, 'i'elin.; .1. S. Hobertson. tihvsichni. nhitc
vllln, Tenn. ; Thomas A. Osborti, harness ntakcr,
liolivar, lenn ;vm.i,. Walker, ).e Adver
tising Agtm 3." Hollv surin"s..Mi-s
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