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THE ? DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN
CAIKO. ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 9, 1882.
M ayor N . H. Thiatlewood.
Treaaurcr T J.KiTth.
clerk -Omnia. J, Foley.
l'ouueclor--W'm. B. Ollbert.
Miimbal L. II. Myri,
attorney William ilendrlcka.
MOIMl or ALUIKMIK.
Flral Ward-Win. Me Halo. T. M. Kliulirouirh.
titii'.niirt WiiiI-Jm lluiklft, C. N. UuKhoi.
Third Ward IJ. V, Make, John Wood.
K.i inli Ward--Charlea 0. I'atlcr, Adoipb Bwo-
'' ki h Ward-T. W. IUUIdaT. Krneat ti. Potttt.
Circuit .1 Ituki r.
Circuit Hera A. II. lrvin.
County .lucl"' -II. S Yoo'iin.
County ClrraH. J. Ilumm.
County Attorney-.! M. Damnm.
IViiityTreaeur.'r Mllu W. I'araer.
Coriiiiiir-K. KluvcialQ ,. , .
County rominlloiieri-T. w. Ilalllday, J. A.
UIIiIih and Peter saup.
CaIKO UW'TMT. Corner Tenth aud Poplar
. atreeia; preaching nmtaod third Sunday. In
har im.miu.il us. and 7:) t. HJ I prayer meet
liiis Tuurnda,7:)u. m ; Sunday achool, t:W a.ra
Kev. A. J. H&AH. Paator.
MICHCII OP TUB KKOB8MKR (Kplacopal)
VJ tVirt.-eiiih atreet; Htwday 7:Wa m., Holy
Kmuariai; :M a. m., Bunday acbool ; U;l)Da.m.,
Moruini: Pnvera; : m., KenlnK Prayer, t.
p. Davenport, H. T. B. Hector,
l ll.S l' M INNION AKY BAPTIST CHUKCH.
' I'n nrhlntial 10:ia. u... 3 p. m . and 7:S0 p. m.
u'1 ' 1 n ' li ik IiooI al 7:30 p. lu Kef. T. J. Hborea,
ICi lIKkAN-Thlm.euth atreet; aervke Hah
j, 1 l:Ji a. m. Sanday acbool J p. ni. Kev.
Rt ij ,, paaVjr.
MFTIIoDIHT-Cor. Bthtb and Walnut atreeta,
I'r. Ki-iilue Halibatb II :) a. m. and 7 :30 p. m.
puntyv .v.uoul at -i-'Ki p m . Kev. J. A. Hcarrett,
l)lc:.-H.YTEI(IAN-EUttb atreet; preaching no
1 h .Umth at ll:(i a. m. and 7:30 p. in.; Pr
n. ).-i ni.' Wednesday at 7:.T)p. m.; Honday Bchaol
at Hp r.i., 1bv B.Y '-teoue, paator.
ST. .Xti-KPU Unman Catholic) Corner Croaa
a.t Walnut .treat; aer.ice. Hahbath 10:UOa.
hunday School at J p. m.; Veapera 3 p. m.; aer-ficcn-vrydayal8a.nl.
Kov. O'Bara, Priaet.
ST l'ATKK'K'8 (Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
atr.-tt and Waaliluirton avenue; frrlcaa 8b
naib 8 and 10 a. m. ; Veapera S p.m.; Sanday School
i p. m. (ervlce. ry day at 8 a.m. Kev. MaaU'ruon
pri"t . .
II. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
Tiuia iianaiiT. tka n a abhiti.
.Mail ...a:ISa.m I tMail 4M .m
fircniirdaiion.lliltiam Kiurem 11:10 a. m
.. JOp a I Accimda'.ioft. p.m
MISS CENTRAL R. K.
tMall 4SSa.m I tMall .. 5:00p.m
fKxpruM 10:15a rn I tKipr 11:30 a m
ST. L. l R. R. (Narrow Oaujre )
Ktpro. 1:-J5a.m Eipri 4:Mp.m
Accum'dailun. :i P m I Aecora'datoln 12:01 p.m
ST L . 1. M B. H. R.
EiprM 11 :30p ru I Expreaf - P
rAccnut aanon. t.'.iup m I tAccom'datlon ll:45 .m
WABASH, ST. LOCH PACIFIC Il'Y CO.
Mill A Ki.... 4 41 vm 'Mali K.... 8:)pm
Dally vxrept Suuday. t Daily.
mobile onion r;
Mail ..(l:osa. tu. I Mail .....S:6"p. m.
.ti:05 a, m. Eipn-aa ,
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RUN AS KOU.OWS.
KxprfM and Mail l.'avoa Cairo. evry day except
hundav, at ID;-.'.') a. m. Arrive 4::i5 p. m.
Acro'mnvHlatlonarrlYeaalU: p. m. ud do
paru al !:) p. m.
Walnut Bt . near 1 2th.
Sl'MMEKTRKM, from July 5, 12 weeks
FALL TERM, from Oct. 2, 12 weeks
TL'ITION FOR TEI5M
Common School, Academic and Commercial
i I KN U V K I A V I), Teui hiT.
QEOK'iK II. LKACII, M. D.
IMiv.-ioian ami Surgeon.
Special Htloiitlon paid to tbo llomeopiithlc treat
mctit of aurical dlaoaaea. and diaeii'ca ol women
a,Viilc,"':(lroiV 1 UU atreet, oppoalto the PoatOillce,
Cairo, 111. .
Jll. W. C. JOCKLYN,
UKFK'R-IClBtith Htreet. near Com r err lal Avntiu
U. E W. WHITLOCK, "
UM-.im-No. l:W Commercial Avonno, botweon
Kglith and Ninth Stroeta
rnoruiKTOR of sntoAT's tatknt
Wholowalo Uoalor in h?o
ICE X? Y TUB CAR L0A.D OR TON.WELI
IKED FOR BTlirPINO
Cor.Tweliili Street and Lovee,
THE REGULAR CAIRO AND PADUCAH
HENRY K. TAYLOR Miiater
GEO. JOBES Clerk
Lvsivei Padncali for Cairo da'iy (Sandaya except
ed) al H a.m. and Mound City at 1 p m. Riturn
IllK, L 'avet Cairo at 4 p. ui. Mound. City at 5 p. m.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE -Vq STATES.
On and after Mondav. July 21, and until further
notlc.tho ferryboat Three Siatoa will runaa near
aa poaribleun the following time table:
M Liana liatbi
root Fourth it. Mlaaourl Land'g. Kentucky Ld .
I:.V a. m. 7:f)a. m. 7:Wa. m
:: " :(i ..
10:.I0 " H:(
l:iwp. m. 2: Wp. m. 3:(Wji, m.
Leave Leave Leave
Foot Kourth it. Kentucky Ld'i;. Mlaaourl Land'g.
4:i)p. ni. 4:3up. in. :lo p.m.
On laat trip leaving Kentu"kv landing at 4:3oo'clock
p. m . the boat will go to Ulrda Point, nnkln con
nection with T. St. L. paaenger iraln for Cairo.
Flmt trip at 8::w a. m. leaving Cairo, Will connect
with T. Jt St. L. train KavInK Cairo.
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MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
UREKA! EUREKA! !
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE ISSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized Julv lUh, 1877, Under the Laws o
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted Julv
9, 1877, Under Act of Congress.
,1A9. H. MeOAHKY rrodlddlil
.1. II. ROBINSON let Vice-I'reaiduut
M. PHILLIPS 2nd V ce Preaidout
J. A. MOLDS TINE Treasurer
W. II. MARKAN I
J, 8. PKTHIE f
El). II. WHITE
Win. F. PITCHER, L. S. THOMAS,
WILL T. REDBURN.
i HOAIU) OFMANAGKK8:
.i. A. Goldntlno. of Goldatlne & Roaenwater. whole.
aalo and retnil drv good, etc.; Jaa. 8. Mednhey,
lumber denier; Win. F. Pitcher, general auent;
Albert Lewis, dealer in flour and grain; L. 8.
Thomaa, bricklayer; Moaea I'hllllpa, contractor
aud builder; )l. A. cuumnioy, grocer; moo
Lewla. aecretarv and attorney-al law; W. II
Marean. IUmmpatblc phyaiclan; U Saudar, of
Sunder Bon. crrocera: It. U. Balrd, atreet auper.
viaor; Kd H. White, aaa't sec. W. A 0. M. A. Bo.
cletyi .1, w. spier, liimner ann aaw-miu; r. ij,
Oernliron. barher: P.. 11. Dietrich, clerk V St. L.
4P R, It.; M. Kobler. merchant tailor; Jeff M.
Clark, dealer in wall-paper ana wmaow eooei .
fe Mnoltuh. rnnlmrlnr and' builder: Will T. Ri'd
hum, of Moran A Redburn, cigar manufactnrora;
F, Vincent, dealer In lime ana cement; ij a
rhiti nhntncminhar. W. C. Jocelvn. dentiat; S
II . Taber, mfc. Jeweler; J. H. Roblnion, J. P. and
notary public; J. 8. Petri, phyaiclan; II. W.
Boatwlck, tnaurance agent: E. K. Jarboe. foreman
Bt.Gaamatna, and E E. Walbridge, lumber and
aaw-mlll, or Cairo: H. Letgnion, caanitr nai.
Bank.Stoart, Iowa;Re. F. A . Wllkeraon, Pryora-
uura, ivy. , J.w . i arry, pnyaician, r uwu, iv .
FASHION AT NEWPORT.
KCLI, DUES, TOILKTTKB VACHTINQ OUTFITS
C08TCMK8 AT MI D-DAY GKIlMaNI", 4C.
Fur bucccbs in tlio fashiun ImsineHH here,
a china crnpo drets does as much for tlio
(iwner, as a top note, according to Murk
Twuin, is found to do in tho music liuttinees
huro or elsewlioro. A nlmdd and buckler
arutlioMu softened I'oIiU, wuvelopod in which
you may tranquilly defy unitud batteries of
grenadine, satin brocade, veilings, and I
know not what bcide. They are Kood
en.u'li each in ita way, but nono of them
are china crape, nor, indeed, can ever be.
Formidable in rivalbliip, however, are grco
adinea wlicroon are depicted great bull-like
flowers of plush, or where a geometrical
brain bestrews laiclayons, pentagon,?, and
other 'gons ton numerous to mention. Such
a costume as was worn by Mrs. Ilonaparto
at a recent reception. An olive green gren
adine ornamented by large pear ahaped
plush flowers in pulo pink with leaves of
darker green. Tho grenadine- was made an
a polonaise over a satin uuderhkirt of har
monizing shado, where successive puffs
were headed by a plaiting of pulo pink.
An exquisite crape dress worn on another
occasion by Mrs. Bonaparte was of creamy
tinged white, embroidered in colors aud
made over an underskirt of black and
cream colored satin, while a second crape
costume was ot pale blue combined with
differ considerably according to whether
the wearer bo still youthful or otherwise.
Then again for luncheons on board a richly
furnUhed yacht, we fiud tho handsomest
dinner toiletts as locked upon as not too
elaborate. Here, a city extravaganco is
superadded bv an abandon allowable
only at watering places, and Peliou is
piled on 0sa to bedeck the millioniare's
wife. The more genuine yachting outfits
worn by young ladies show a characteris
tic dash of the sailer costume. The style
of making Is eccentric, or to say the least,
informal; a loose waUt belted in with
broad nautical colhr, usually th collar
and belt matching. Turkey red or blue
parcale, white or blue flanuol or cashmere
are mixed together and compounded in
maDy different ways, while the Jersey
waist comes in to give still farther variety.
Extremely coquettisu too are yachting suits
where the overdress is made in coat style
basque and jiU'ity overskirt, a pretty
model having been worn by Misa Astor
where white cashmere wa stitched in red,
and worn with a plaited underskirt of red
percale. Mrs. Cornelias Vandirbili latdy,
wore a costume of line blue flannel w here
the skirt was composed of two deep rows
c plaiting with woolen sash tied below
ti.;, wpist, bow and ends at the back, and
Jc tlnV)ist of corresponding color with
stripYv'.st ,and blue collar and cuffs.
Miss DonaAtte wore a similar ono of
brown cashmere with, red striped
collar, cuffs and tie.
are given by Newport hostesses because it
is often impossible to secure an evening.
The stvle of dress, of course, is not so elab
orate as in tho evening, and hero one be
holds an endless display of veiling.', Surahs,
Liuisincs, embroideries and grenadines, to
many of which not only satin but velvet is
brought as au adjunct. Not so much the
latter as the former, because velvet is heavy
for mid-day wear, but ia slight touches it
appears ou these occasions, while during the
afternoon drive, or latter, it is often seen
to a lavish extent. Some of the New In
dia foulards, too, are worn at these Her
mans. Having a ch iracter of their own,
they are easy distinguishable by the quaint
red figures stamped on a creamy white
surface, and a favorite combination is an
undeiskirt .of solid red silk made in
successive plaitiugs. Chine silks, too, are
in great favor, and one of the prettiest
toilettes of this kind was worn by Judge
Hilton's daughter, where the rows of
Chinu flowers alternated with black
moire stripes. It was made all in one and
without combinati on or accessories, as
the material in itself showed suflicient va
riety. Moire has been successful all tho
season, and though hardly the highest
style, will bo worn during the coming win
It is au open secret here that the uew
toilotto article, Dr. Scott's electric hVsh
brush, is to be found in tho summer oullit
of many a belle, Indeed, I am told con
fldentially that it is quite tho rage, and
physicians predict great benefit from its
use. These brushes are made ot bristles,
aud should not bo mistaken for wire
brushos seen in shops. Threo dollars will
purchase oue, and that euiu ol money could
not be UAoro judiciously expended.
Could Hardly Staud on Her Feet.
R. V. Tierce, M. D. Buffalo, N. Y.
Dear Sir I must tell you what your mod
icinn has dono for me. Before taking your
"Favorite Prescription," I could hardly
stand on my foot, but, by following your
advice, I am perfectly cured. I no "Favor
ite proscription" is a wonderful medicine
jor debilitated and nervous icniales.
W. . l. , i i.r..i T
cannot express now tiiauaiui i nm w you
for your advice. Yours truly,
Mrs. Cjr.sei.ia Allebon Teosta
A Big Cattle Farm.
The randies of CmIiIi! Ivinir Power.
till unking up n river froiil;iL-(! of idirht-
iM'ii in i !-. urnl ineliiding a number of
very productive meadows, nro situated
on tho south side of the Arknn-cis, and
all nro under fence. 1 lirecily opposiin
1lie beiiiiiinjj at Fori ,on, nod
e.'icliing im,vii t, twenty-olio
!iii!e, mid exieiiilinir buck far en'iiiHi
to include an cpanu of seventy thoiis
nnd acres, another iiaAure under
fence, the tide I'm- which lire in the
mine nrmic. 1 1 . -1 i ben. are furl v nnle.-i
f water front and one hundred tlioiis-
aiiM acres ni i.aMiiro under teiiee, all
owned by one man. The feiring on
these ranches will stun iipoveronc iiiin-
.1 1 ...!!.. . - .1 . I I I
i run nines, .viruiwnrii in mm even iie-
ond the Kansas Paeilie and southward
to Cimarron and beyond, Into the ;m-
bandli! of Icxas. e;r.i.e Inn eat tic, more
than twelve, thousand in number.
How To Treat Rollers.
An old printer furnishes the following
method for the treatment of old roller.-:
When rollers have been lying for weeks
with a coating of ink dried on to tho
urfaee a circumstance that often oc
curs, more especially when colored inks
have been useit- pet an ordinary red
aving brick (an oni one with fhe i-ilges
worn away will be the best), place the
roller fin a board, then dip tho brick in
a trough, of eohf water, nnd work it
gently to and fro on the surface from
end to end, taking rare to apply plenty
of water, dipping the hnek in repeateii
ly; and in a short time the ink will dis
appear. Nor is this all: for if a liitlo
are and patience is exercise.!, it will
nit a new face to the roller, making it
almost equal to new; the coating of ijik
having, by keeping the air from the sur
face, tended to preserve the loi.er from
Jcrishing. Sponge oil clean.
Children should be set out in the nurs
ery at as early a period in married life
as is consistent with good taste.
hen very Voting they should be kept
inii t, not too much exposed to tho
light. It is usual to engage some old
and experienced expert loattend to this,
and the direction in which the "twig is
inclined" at this hi ago is generally tho
ruin of the parents' peace of mind for
Milk is said to bo good for babes, but
there are so many "patent foods'' now
sold at the drug stores that milk may as
well be done n way with, (jive the child
something that you don't know any
thing about and it will thrive possi-
Don't cross the child when it is small.
I will take so kindlv to having its own
way ihat it is really cruel to insist on
paiental rights in the matter.
l.eara tue little coots to "crow as
arly as possible. Take them in your
hands and tos them up lis hii'h as vou
e.iu and jounce their digestive organs
all out of place. I Ins is a genuine
raise of children.
As soon as possible put the green
baby into a carriage and push it along
the sidewalk, running into everybody
with il and gathering admiring crowds
it the crossings toworship it. lhiswi!!
give the liillu one some idea of the way
of getting on in the world in later
It is a gooil plan to lmrrv up a elnM
in the matter of walking. The sooner a
child walks the more bow-legged ami ir
repressible he will be when he grows up.
.lust the moment the child lets go its
mother's apron-strings plant it in the
neighbor's front yard. This will save
your own lawn, while tho little fellow
igs up the turf and carries away the
lawn of the neighbor in his little red
Train the child to "appear" in com
pany, l rge linn lorwiini. mere is
nothing like it, N Mtors so much ad
mire to have children climb and crawl
all over them in their gentle, prankish
A good shale of dirt makes a child
grow. Nap ami water is uscjiil, How
ever, once a week, to enable parents to
recognize their own children when lliey
call 111. -ni into dinner.
Let them have their own sweet ways
ilwavs. They will retaliate in I he fu
ture by not Idling you have yours; but
what matters thatr
Never allow neighbors' children on
your premises, lhe batonil tilings will
T ... I.!! 1 1 1.1
lllliuence your own eiiinuen lor nan.
Allowing your children to play with
vour neighbors' children on rVn-iV prem
ises, however, has a sanitary effect on
those benighted little frauds, and it is
your Christian duty to see that your
children mingle in this manner iismuch
lhe best dressing for children is tho
nolo of n slipper. It should bo gently
swayed in the air above thorn and ap
plied vigorously once in rt while.
(ioo(l clothes, pretty clothes urn an
elaborate necessity for the little ones. If
you are an $18-busincss-siilt man, you
can allord to dress a child on a ?.I0 silk
velvet, brass button basis.
hen children get big enough to go
to school well, vou will be astonished
at the remarkable unanimity of the
school teacher and board ot education
in relieving you of all rights, privilege
and authority. Vou won't have any
thing more to do but sit with your hands
folded nnd seo these "servants of tho
public" make precious little prigs of
j our darlings. X u Jinvn lkgistcr.
The idiot who oats oranges and ban
anas ou the public street aud throws tho
skins on the sidewalk for folks to slip
down on, is not dead yet. That sort of
fellows outlive thoir usefulness very ear
ly in life, and yet, for some unknown
reason, Providence prolongs their exist
once long after everybody else wishes
them either dead or in Topliet.
Tho most ' sensible people of the coun
try live at Lansing, Mien. A butcher
shop In that place, bears the nigu, "Closed
till moat geU cheaper." i'Madcii
"Their Occupation Gone."
R. V. Pierce, M. D. Buffalo 11. Y.: I
was attacked with congestion of the lungs,
soreness over the liver, severe pain in the,
joints, a burning fever, and general giving
wny of tho whole system. Failing to find
relief in remedies prescribed, I tried your
"Golden Medical Discovery." It effected
my entire cure. Your medicines have only
to be tried to be appreciated. If every
family would give them atrial, nino-tenths
ot the doctors would, like Othello, find
their occupation gone. Yours tru'y,
L. B. McM, Mcmilan. D., Brecsport,
Krupp's New Giiti.
The MoM Powerful Weapon Yol Invented.
The Germans seem determined to bo
ahead of this or any other country in
their practical efforts toward the udop
tion of every new idea in seientilic war
fare that will give them power in F.u
r pe, says the London Enginrvrinri.
Once more Herr Krupp has come to the
front. This enterprising inventor of
warlike material has recently conducted
a series of experiments w ith a new kind
of gun or shell. The gun is on the muz
zle pivoting system, aud the shell has
been specially designed for torpedo ef
fect, that is, to burst on penetration of
nriffired ships with a result similar to.
tho explosion of n torpedo. Ilerr
Krupp's recent experiments at Meppen
were considered to be highly satisfac
tory, and quite bTilliuient to justify the
prcat German manufacturer of weapon?
in taking immediate measures for the
production of larger guns aud shells
than those tried.
The gun experimented with was of
21 -centimeter caliber, with along hell
having a tremendous bursting; charge,
so arranged that the shell should ox
plode only after penetrating some dis
tance into the armor plating. Tho gun's
muzzle pivot is carried down into a
socket tixc.l in the hold of tho vessel in
(such a way as to prevent the slightest
recoil even with the heaviest charge.
Herr Krupp's gun was worked during
tho trials with great ease and certainty
of aim, and obtained for the shot very
high velocity. This description of weap
on has been designed for gunboats built
to carry guns opto forty centimeters.
These gunboats are to be of light
draught, high rate of speed, and exceed
ingly hnndy. In fact, two or even three
of such armed boats would be very ug
ly customers for a lirt-elass armored
ship to cope with, owing to their rapid
power of maneuvering and their small
size rendering them difficult to hit.
Their cost would he but an eighth or a
tenth of a tirst-class iron-clad. The
Germans are certainly a very practical
race. A good idea once conceived nnd
well considered in all its bearings, they
then do not take very long to work it
out. Wn shall hear more ere long of
llerr Krupp's muzzle-pivoting guus and
A Lat Boy in Town.
A male child, A years nud 9 months
old, from Casey county, Kentucky, and
weighing 1 10 pounds', was waddling
about the capitol (his morning. He is
the most corpulent individual of his
age that has visited the capitol since the
flood. He is about three feet tall, and
stands !' : : ! igh from the floor sit
ting dow n ns w hen in a perpendicular
on his pedal extremities. The child
was the object of much curiosity in the
cloak-rooms south of the house "floor for
some time. The pages and a lot of men
congregated and feasted their greedy
optics upon his corpulency, when the
"little fellow" began to cry. His father
didn't pick him up in his arms, liko
mo.;! children of his age are embraced,
but had to stand and let him bellow it
out. It would have been as dillicult to
have picked him up as if ho were a half
barrel of while lead, nnd as hard to
push along as to pull down a gate-post.
So he held the boards. At the conclu
sion of his tnusicali! the father wanted
the child to pass over the lloor of tho
house, but the boy preferred going
down-town in a coupe, lb' went. At
the lie-e ol b mouths lie welheit over a
hundred pounds, and has been lhe curi
osity of the Blue Grass Stale since that
lime. He is intelligent, good-natured,
and wears a 7) hat. Bully boy with a
glass eye, 'tiihiigt.iH Sldi:
The World's Dixrensiiiy and Invalids'
Hotel at Buffalo N. V, destroyed by fire
about a year ago, is rebuilt and full of
patients', ror "Invalids Guide B kik ' giv
ing particular and terms of treatment,
address with two stamps, World's Dispells-
mry Medical Association, Buffilo N. Y.
Over 200,001) Howe scale have been sold,
and the demand increasing continually.
Borden, Selleck & Co., ajjeuls, St. Louis.
Goto Paul 0. Schuh lor Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness Mid
durability of color are unequalod. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directu m ic English
and Germiti:, Price 15 cents
True to Her Trust.
Too much cannot bo said of tho ever
faithful wile and mother, constantly watch
ing and caring for her dear once, never neg
lecting a single duty in their behalf. When
they are assailed by disease, nnd the 8)8
tcm should have a thorough cleansing, the
stomach aud bowels regulated, blood puri
fied, and malarial poison exterminated, she
must know that Electric Bitters are tho only
suio remedy. They are tho best and purest
medicine in the world and only cost fifty
cents. Sold by Harry W. Schuh. (4)
A Heavy Swell.
Jacob II. Rloomer, of Virgillo, N. Y.,
writes: "Your Thomas' Kclectric Oil cured
a badly swelled neck nnd sore throat on my
son in forty-eight hours; one application
also removed tho pain from vory sore toe;
my wife's toot was also much ioflarucd
so miicn so that she could not walk about
tho bouse; she applied the Oil, and in
twenty-four Lours was entirely cured."
PaulU. Bchub, igotiL.
Whilt other Baking Powdori art largtlf
adulterated with Hum 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 !uving received the highest testimoni
als from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analyzed it, fret
its introduction to the present time. Mo
other powders show so good results by the
true test-the TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chloago, 111., and Bt. Louis, Mo.,
luiluuw, f Layalh, T.Mt , Dr. Frit.'. Spatial
Vlrorlai tuhracu, ai4 Dr. Prim's t'alqu rtrfaawt.
120I,roadway, New York,
of any Life Insurance Company
IN THE WORLD.
jit alone lasuua
ptipulntlng that the contract of tnaurance "ahall
not be uiaii'ited" alter it three years old,
and th.it audi policies ahall be
on receipt of antif factory proufa of death.
Ita policy la clear and concise, and contalua
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
II. -KRAI) YOl'U POLIt'IKS. Compare the
ahort and almplo form unci! by Iho Kmittable with
he lonn ami obacure contractu loaded dowuwitb
tecbnkalltlea ieaued by other compameil
Its CASH RETURN'S
to policy Uuldera are
N. B. Seo the many lettera from policy hol.Un
iprilnn their ttrrttifU'Hilou with the return from
tliulr Tonnn Savinus Ku.nu l'oi.teitu.
Iteoaaao of ltei
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely luve-ted, nearly
E. A.BUKNETT, Affent.
OSIce, eorn.r tut b anil Waahlaitoa. ,
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