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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY lllill.
NEW SERIES NO. 203
THK TWENTY-FIKST ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
OF THE UNITED STATES, 130 IJROADWAY, NEW YORK.
HENRY R. HYDE, President.
FOR THE YEAH EN 1)1 NO
AMlll'NTur I.KIK.eil iH,B TH, Jtlll I.
Interval and renin
Set profit (ill Investment.
17; ii.T'Tp ill
1 -11,01; 7i
Clalrnn tiy death and matured endow
Dividend!, mrrender value., and an
Dl.counii d endow mint mid matured
loULIlie poll' I'' .
I'.'k :;i iki
Total )id policy holder.
Dividend oil r-ip'tal
Aiji'iii h and ( m n i i f" I ' 1 n
8lle, county and city tin
Net cash a.cl.. Dec. ill, IsS).
f V".xii r
Ilnnd. anil murteayes ?
t'nited Malm .link.
Htate .tuck, my Mm k.. and tork
authorized hy the la, of the .tale
of New Vork
Loan, .eniren hv Imii'U ami -tin k
It'-al etii1e In N-' nrk and llo't'itl
and pup hied under ffr-rlinr;. .
Ca-h unhand in ,'tik- and other df
po.tturiu- mi TitiTfut and in trun-it
Dm from a.'ent. mi a' ounl of pre
s. y.s 7.1 a-.'
: . l i'J Ml
Wl "., nrl
Market va'ueof .lock, and IioihL
Jnten-.t and rent" die and aenied
premium, d'l" and In proic. of
rnllK. t.uti t premium paid in
advance, '-J.'"t i
Total !-. Dec. Isso
Tola) lla'dlltie. iti'lndlnu' r
a. tv f.r f. Mi'Mran. of a.l ni'l
:;i r,i U
Tota! Uii 1 ; v i rl--. J furplua S 'J.'.,ik.S, -I
Of wlri'li li.-loti,'" 'i r. impute. h to
i!. ! i-i literal cla-.... . t '(,'. -1
Of liKh helotiL1" a romputfd ' to
IKillclea In ti.litine r!n- l.i.JDi
ELHlvsAvsuiiieiliii 1!!:jh.::i,170.30.i o
Risks Out-tandin? 8177,597,70:1 ('0
gT. LOUIS, I. M..tSO. UV.
IKON MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
T B A I N I rAVI! I MUD.
Arkarifan aiidTex i" .tm- 11 f. a.m. Daily
AKHIN AT I Alio.
Ticket ott'.ie: No.
. . .' a in I'a lv
3 lip in. Da iy
II II Mll.Ht'IiN. Aj'nt
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. II.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Kunniny:
9 DAILY TRAINS
Makino Direct Connection
TiutNH I.KAve ( Atmi:
M: I .r iv ui. Mnil.
Arrlvlucln St. l.ntil. !i 45 a m. : t'tiicau''"."1 P-m-1
C'onnectltii; nt odin and Kllltn;hain for t'ino.n
Tiatl, Lutjiiivi.li', ltiiliiiniipulia and polnta hant.
1 1 :K n.in. Ht. I ,oui imil Wcnti'vn
Arrlvlnn In St. Louia 7;0: p. in., and coiiik rtini:
for all point. We.t.
ll'Jtl p.m. V'uMt Mxpn'NH.
lor St. I.ouln and t'hlcaL-o, arrivlni; at St. Loui.
tOUil p.m.. and Chlcauo T .'Jn a m
4 1 p.m. 'iiu'i una t i Kx jirc-HM.
Arriving ' 'lticintmll T:t it.tii.; I.ouih vt li T:-.i'
a m.i Indlanupulli' 4:oo a tn. I'liio'eni.'ern y
thin train reiu li the aliove polnin 1 H tnlttV
llol'KS in ailvatiie of any other route.
IfThe 1;',tl p. m. expre.. ha PL'I.I.VAN
M.KKI'INO t'AK ( niro to Cinclniiail. without
fhaniiea, ami llirntiKh aleeperatu St, i.oiila antl
Fast Time Hast.
1),it.,.niiiniiiL.. hT thl. Hini!othrounli tnKn.t.
llSSeilliei S efn pnlnlH witln.iit .my delay
CKiiaud hy Htilidnv Intcrvenliiir. The Snturdav alier
n.,n i rain from i'ulro arrive. Ill new York Monday
tnornltiK at l::i.V Thlrty alx hour. In mlviiuceol
nv other route. . . ..
itT For thrnuuh tlcknta ami further liifuniinllnii,
iUDlvat niinoi. i emrai iiiiiiroau i"
JAO. JOHNSON, J. II. .ION KS.
(Inn. Southern Agent. Ticket Aitetit
i, H. HANSON, (ien. I'a.a, Acent. Chlctiiio.
AO-V-MT"4-ToPEtLthllhu Mont Vnln
AVA.JN i'j!;i lilc Slnulu Yollimu uver piililinM
A WoHi.t) of Knowi.kihik, collected toccttVr in
Onu Vijlumn, contalnliiK over tl ,t h I ItiifaiiKsrua to
tha Rio.l Important mailer, orintere.t In the wnrlii.
The moat Intere.tliiK and u.eliil hook ever com
piled, coverlliB nliiio.t the entire Held of l.onrnlnij.
A laruo hiiiidwimn octavo voltuno, dm pie., pro
nimly lllnntrnlctl. Prict. :.Mi. Ju.t iiuhllaned.
and now In It. .ovcnteentn edltloii. Tna oni.t
jiikik nr it kind. Hiiro .ucre.. t BVory Aitoui
Who take. It. Hold only hy aubucrlptUin.
Thoae wi.hlnK to hecomo Aaont., tddre.a for
Hu.erlptlvn Clretilnra and aitra term..
O. W. CAHLKTON A CO., l'ubllihora, N.Y.City.
DECEMRK.R 31, 1880
From tin.' undivided .urplua, rever.lonarr divi
dend, will he declared, availahle ou luUlenient of
next annual pr. inlutn, to ordinary part.clpatlng
Ttai) valuation of tint pollriea ontatanding has
been tnaili! on thn American expcricucij uhlu, the
leal nand ird ol llie iOat- nf New York.
i W. I'JI I l-I-I I'M, .-,..,,
J. . VAN USE. AUuarWu.
U'e, tin! iindeii'luned, have. In pemon. carefully
cxainiaed the account., and counted and examined
in detail the a".'t of the Koi'lety, and dirtily that
the fun 'i)iiis utiit.Tiieut thereof ih correet.
IIKNMM.TON K. KANIjOM'II,
l A M KS M II AI.STKI).
THOMAS A I MM INS,
HKNltV H, TEKHKLI-,
Kptrlal fommHtee of th Board of Directum,
appointed Dei. 7. lKHfi, to eianilno thu ai '.
and u couutn at the c1uk of thu yiiar.
BOARD OK IHRECTORS.
II'nrvH Hvde. John A. Stewart,
tieort'e I) Vuru'iin,
John I) Jonea.
i.....re T. Adee.
Urn rv A. 1 1 1 rl L 11 1 .
II. tirv F Spauldiuu,
William II. Koirc,
ll.illll . Wlifidork,
I'nrker II anily,
William i . . l.'mibert,
Henry li M.tn'iai d
,lunn' W. Alexander,
H- i.rv s. Terl.ell
Thotnan s. Voimi;.
Thotna . I niTiniiii,
It itiert lil:c.
Hanlel I). I., r l.
.lame M llulatell.
) ilard W I,n ruln-rt .
II. K lUndoli.h.
.lilhn Si) -Be,
A-hhel tir. eli.
H. i.rv V Hntler.
tuork't II. Mewart,
Kohert l.enox Kennedy,
haunry M. Depew,
l njamin WllliamaoD,
Henry M. Alexander,
K. Iloiidinot ('o'l.
Thoman A lliddle.
ieori'M W. t'arlelon,
Iui! K Navarro,
.lohn J. Vcfo.k,
Stephen II. I'hiilipn,
(iiimul H' Torn y,
Alexander 1'. Irviu,
T I)e Witt uyier,
William M. HUm.
hamuel (i. iiomlri' h .
JAMES W. ALEXANDER. Vir Pres't.
SAMUEL HOKKOWE, 'M Vice IWt.
Mi'ilifnl Exiiniiners :
I'.. V. Iiiiilii rt, M. D.. E-lw'.l Curtis, M. D.
E. V. S''ott, Siifit rinti mietit of AgencicH.
North 'ti!rn D-p:irtiiR'nt.
H 1). arlwivi Street, Cliiratfo.
W. NT. CltAIN?:, Oen. ra! Munagtr.
E. A. BURNETT. Aircnt.
OFFICIAL 1)1 K ECTOR Y.
Mayor N. B. Ttiintlewood.
Trea."urer Edward Ueiouia.
'.era-Derm:.. J. Foley,
i.'oun.eior--Wm. H. Oi'bert.
M:,l-.1 II. Koh'O'on,
Attorney William Henirlckf.
b.iaru or ALiixitxift.
F'.rH Ward-M . .1 Howley. l'eter SBnp.
.. oi.d W ard -David T. 'Linear. .1en Hinklfl
Third Warl-Eehert Smith. II. F. Blake.
F"!:r;h W ard- Charlei O. Taller, Adolph Swo
ho'la K i-h Ward -T. W. nallidav. Erne.t B. Pettlt.
Qt W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
constantly on nana
At Seventy-live cents per load.
Siavt! T rimmings
At out' dollar jx-r load.
The "ir!mmiiii;"a'e coar.e .havltit'ii and mak
the heat Hiiminer wood for cookinn purpo.ea an well
the ch'. ape.t ever mid in C airo. For hlack-
nd'h'a une In Hcttlni! tire., thev are ntieqnalled.
Leave your order, at the Tenth .'truet wood yard.
(' HIES. BOOTS AND8I10ES.
THE BOSTON STORE
STAPLE and FANCY
Provisions, Green, Dried and Canned
rrtuts, Queens, Olass Wood
and W illow ware.
ROOTS and SHOES
The Rest Rrand of Flour
ahvayt on hand.
N. H. -Country rrodure taken. All Order)
Cor. Wa.hltiKtoD Ave. andTonth St.
CAIRO, : : : : ILLINOIS.
Q.EORUE II. LEACH, M. D.,
riiysiclan and Surgeon.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of aurglcal dlaeaaei, and dlaeaava of women
oillce: No. In Eolith (trout, near Commercial
aveimo, Cairo, Ilia.
QU. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Omoii-No. 1SB Commurclal Avcnuo, bntwoen
KlKhlliand Ninth Street
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFKlCR-Ehjhth Stroot, scat Commercial Avenaa,
NOTICEABLE I'OINTS IN THE 21st
ANNUAL STATEM EST OF TH E EQLTT
AbLE LIFE ASSUitANCE SOCIETY;
NEW YORK. JAN. 1st, 18H1.
Assets, 8-11,108,602; an increase of
more than Three Million Dollars in
Surplus, 89,22!I,2!M; an increase of
One and Three-quarter Millions of Dol
lars in 1UH0.
New IiusinesH, 835, 170,805: an in
crease of Eisrht and a half Million Dol
lars in 18i;o.
Amount (mid to To icy-holdeiy and
their representatives during 4880,
A liberal surrender value in paid-up
insuram'c is providi-d for in all ordina
ry policies, in ease of forfeit lire.
Tontine Savings Fund Policies may
he terminated at the close of certain
defined periods, on terms mote advan
tageous than u jKti any other plan.
These policies prove more profitable to
the policy-holder than any other form
Actual examples can lie furnished at
the Society's ollice, of persons hci g in
sured for ten years, and then upon
terminating their Tontine 1'olicies, re
ceiving cash in some instances equal to
the whole of the .premiums paid; in
others, nearly all.
No technicalities nor arduous condi
tions in policy coutracts.
Policies incontestable after having
teen in force for three years. All such
incontestable policies will be paid at
maturity, without rebate of interest,
immediately after the receipt at the
Society's ofllre in New York of satisfac
tory proofs of death, toirether with a
valid and satisfactory discharge trom
the parties in interest, and without re
quiring any delay, even for sixty or
ninety days, as 1ms been the custom
heretofore, and is still usual with other
STOVES AND TIN WAKE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIX, COTTER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OK JOB WOHK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - Illinois
"2 . c
rJIIE CITY NATIONAL RANK
W. P. HAI.MBAY, l're.ldent. -11.
L. HAl.t.lI)AY. Vice I're.ldei
THOS. W. 11A1-L1DAY, Cashier.
aTaaTSTATtjOlt, W. P. nAI.I.IDAT,
I IINHV L. HALLIUaT, K, II. Ct'NNINUHAII,
. D, Wtl.UAM.ON, HTKI'UIN HUID,
Fixchauare, Coin and Uuited States Bonds
BOUOHT AND BOLD.
Dejpo,Ji!"c,-Md ,nd 1 nor1 1,nltiH baiineii
Cre of D.iiry Utenflils. ,
lJnd and ll-,n--.
Somi'tbiiio; Iji's'hIi'S iiiiinaeiiliito clean-
liness is ui'i u rv ill llie care ami nso
of every iu lii !i- wliii'ii eoines in i-oiithV't
Willi IhiIIiT. 'I n llie eiitlllliotl observer
JX'I'llilJH the )-i.ii.:iti'i ;w!thil)L's, M-ltlil-
ins, ainl i'iii.itis of ImltiT li'iwN iitnl
bulles, nii'l ot course the churn, iwli
ctili's onlv eli'ittilirte-is. This is :i lnis
ttike. li i-t ri nii-'-ike that lln-.v iiiiist
be cle.-uii'il, hut ill Icmt 1 1 m tt their sur
face thi'V inii-t he th'il'i'illilv tvtitiT-so.-ikeil,
or i-Im- when the lull I i is only
slignily soft ii will stick toiiiid siin-ar
the wood, We. lire i!olilii'i ti) write
this by a b iter received from North
Carolina its follows:
'-.ly wife i-oinil!iins that
during all tin- wiirtn weather the hot
ter sticks to the churn ( Rhine hanl ) ami
In tin; ila-iier, mi its to make it hard to
work. Ii has to he m-i:iici off vilh a
knife. The i Inirn is itlwass put awtiy
sweet and well cleaned, and she has
tried boll i seahling and then riu-ing
with cold water, m iiher of which sie
eeoilftil. Tim butter comes ipiiekly and
nice, hut ftlii; says it. lakes longer than
to use the common dasii-eburn, owing
to Iho labor of ei-itiug the butler oil' i;l
the cliurii and da-hcr."
The ililliiMtiiv lies wholly in having a
wrong idea of what the washing and
rinsing accompli-h. A slack scrvaiil
can not be tiute to do the wm:k by
siinplv telling. She inii-t .-iiper'mtend,
licfore using, till the iiiiilcnietit.s that
are to come in contact with the liutii-r
nnisl be washed with snap and water
(the use of hora or soda in place of
soap is perhaps preferable); then rinsed
in scalding water; then tin things may
be allowed to dry. but intist be dipped
in cold w ater before Using; wooden ar
ticles, however, must at once; be put to
soak in cold spring water and there
left half an hour before the cream is
put into the churn, the other utensils
lying in the water still longer. If this
be done MMematicallv every time, the
wooden articles will not get grease
boaked; but if it be neglected, grease
will o,et into the pores of the wood, and
they will have to bo moist thoroughly
scrubbed with borax.
Chief Justice Cockburn,
London W . ,.i.
He was an admirable bo-t, told stor
ies quietly, but with tntii.li drainatio
power, in a voice the musical qualities
of which I never heard equalled, and
possessed that rare qtialitv in a clever
man, the quality of listening. He was,
perhaps, seen at his best when, most of
his guests having gone, be would ad
journ with two or three to bis library,
and over bis cigar would pour forth his
reminiscences of personal history, in
which be, during his long and splendid
career, had played a distinguished part.
Tin-re have I listened to his wonder
ful story of the great Palmer trial,
from its commencement to it - close; how
he, then attorney general, read the
notes of the case and of the earlier ex
aminations, and became convinced not
merely of Palmer's guilt, but of the
manner in which the crime was carried
out: how he worked night and day in
studying the effects of various poisons,
and "finally submitted himself to an ex
amination by friendly experts to prove
to himself that be "had mastered the
subject; bow be had elected to have
the prisoner tried n Cook's case,
though it was the weakest of the sever
al indictments which he could have
brought forward, feeling certain that if
he failed to hang Palmer for the murder
of Cook, he would indubitably convict
him for the murder of his wife. I
remember his telling me how, having
been called away bv hi.s duties as at
torney general to Vestininisier, be re
turned to the old Ilailey as Lord Camp
bell was summing up, and looking
down from the gallery into the. court,
"I knew," said he, "by the look of
Jotln Campbell's face, that Palmer wa.s
a dead man."
It was in connection with the Palmer
trial that he told inn ho experienced
what he considered the greatest com
pliment ever paid to him. Palmer w as
in the habit, as he stood in the dock, of
writing instrutajions or .suggestions to
his attornev, Mr. Smith, screwing them
up into little pellets, and tossing (hem
over to their destination. One of these
which he wrote immediately sifter the
verdict of guilty had been pronounced
by the jury, was afterwards handed to
Sir AlexaiiderCockburn. It merely con
tained these words: "It's the riding
that has done it," conveying thereby,
in sporting metaphor, which Palmer
wa.s constantly using, the prisoner's
opinion that it was solely due to the at
torney general's conduct, of the, caso
that the verdict against him had been
Ho was passionately fond of music,
and the leading musicians of the day
were constant visitors at his house,
notably Ilerr Joachim, who always paid
one of his tirst visits in Hertford street
after his annual arrival in England, and
who was to be found there constantly
during his -stay. The late Mrs! Satoris
(Adelaide Ken'iblc) was also ono of Sir
Alexander's favorite guests; and tin)
sympathetic qualities of her lovely voice
never seem to have lost (heir effect on
him. At one lime ho was a constant
attendant at the Monday popular con
certs; hut of Into years ho had given up
His devotion to work may be estimat
ed by the fact that, after a medical
consultation, held nearly two years ago,
ho was plainly infornieiHhat his disease
had reached such a point that ho might
dio at any time without a moment' no
tice. Hi's retirement from the bench
was advised by his friends and his med
ical man; and It was suggested, as an
nltcrnatlvo, that ho might prolong lifo
by devoting himself to his favorite)
amusement 0f yachting and a mild
coiirsn of literary labor, for the purposo
of putting into shape his local, political,
literary, ami nodal reminiscences. Thu
Chief Justice, however, would not hear
of retirement, and on each or threw oo-
cosions on which ho was seized with a
disease of the heart returned to work
without tho noodful rest for rucupora-
Chinese Stylo of Advertising,
The ChincM) newspapers contain
more ingenious advertisements than
ever appear in print in Yniikeoland.
For example, a Hong Kong jouitiul dis
plays the following: "Missing from the
neighborhood of (Queen's road, Hong
Kong, a tall, stout-complcxioned gen
tleman, live feet six inches of age, 27
years in height, pink hair, green eyes,
mauve eyebrows. Ho had on when "last
seen a pair of swallow-tailed trousers
with sau.-agi; striped sleeves, fashion
abh) niulton-ctitli'l waistcoat, with ea.st
iroii trimmings and kuilted mahogany
legs, a double-barrelled frock-coat with
tripe collar and tobacco linings, adorn
ed with three tlounces; water-tight can
vas boots, with porcelain tops laced up
at tin! sides; a Tartarian necktie, rather
down at the heels and broad of belief,'
tied with a true lover's knot around bis
massive forehead; shirt of cabbage
cloth with rat-tail buttons up behind his
belly; ca-t steel Holiiom lace gloves,
with air-tight ventilators at the joints;
and magnificent cheese-heaiied, pluni
pudding alking-cane, with initials -1).
I!.' in castor oil letters. This singular
gentleman was born alter hi.s younger
In-other, his nioihcr being absent on
each occasion. No cards. Ry tele
graph The inis.singgent has In en seen
again, admiring our extensive stock of
mouldings for picture frames, dolls,
toys iiinl fancy goods at Messrs. I'hl
maun's ba.aar, in (Jiieen's road. Any
information by wealthy people will en
able them to procure a supply of tho
above nientioiieil articles, for ;t consider
ation, according to quantity. Call and
A number of mining parties recently
organized for develojiing the copper
region in Northwest Texas, returning
from Rig Wichita section, report rich
findings, the average digging being
over .:ioo pounds of ore daily per man.
The mineral is being shipped to Chi
cago. On the morning aflertbe tire at Lock
port, N. V., Pos, m:iser Hubbard open
ed the unit and found its contents pre
served iniaet. Tin- papers in the. great
Central r iili 1 sttij, involving $1,000,-
oo'i, w inch had been placed there for
sate keeping by lion. Richard Crowly,
attorney fur the iovernmcnt, were not
diimaged in the lea-t.
When Lord Reacoiislield first entered
public lifo the period was a lloridone.
It was an age of velvet coat-collars,
double waist-coals, gold chains, and
sparkling rings :md breast pins. From
these garish habiliments ho has never
emancipated himself. They pervade tho
inner as well as the outer man. They
intlueiiei' his thoughts, his language, and
The Harvard students are reported to
be discussing the "Annex" in a lively
manner. Manv of tin m think that it
is time for tl ollege authorities to do
claiv emphatically against coeducation
or to olliciahv open the uillViT-ltV to
women. The hallway fashion in which
women are a. mulled to the university
privileges causes divers inconveniences
in library nud laboratory work.
A lish preserving company has been
organized m l liiladelphia, with a ca)u
tal of 'JJiMl.oiHi, whose object is to freeze
and keep in a state of preservation
shad ami other salt-water lish in iho
United State-, and market them at
times when Mich li-h are not in season.
The company expects to procure enough
shad during the season from the ) Ma
ware and Potomac rivers to enable it
to carry on the business .successfully.
A mysterious star, called the Pilgrim,
which was observed in ;i,", l'.'i'il, and
luTJ, is expected by astronomers to ap
pear before long. It was described lit
loTJ as brighter than Jupiter, and "siu-h
was its brilliancy that persons were able
to detect it at noon in a clear sky, and
at night w hen the sky was so o eivast
as to hide all other stars." If it ap
pears it will probably bo visible for sev
eral weeks in tho constellation uf Cas
siopeia. The second volume of Kossuth's
ineinoire will appear shortly. Il will
be nearly as voluminous us ihclirst, but
it w ill bo without preface. It will con
tinue, thu narration of events from the
peace of Villafranca to September,
IMio, The details concerning Hungary
will naturally bo particularly minute,
but all letters concerning living states
men will be held back until alter Kos
A gentleman of Providence, R. I.,
has for the past forty years celebrated
Forefather's day in the primitive way.
Tho lirst course at dinner on those oc
casions is invariably live kernels of
parched corn for each ono of Urn fam
ily, in commemoration of tho fact that
tllo Pilgrims wort! from necessity com
pelled to adopt a similar bill of fare
when they fust visited our inhospitablo
Keeping up good racing stables is
sometimes a very protitablo business.
Lord Falmouth's winnings during the
past year wore ijso.oou, and this is con
siderably below bis yearly averago for
tbo past six ears, which was $118,000.
As in other lines of business, however,
tliero is a great deal of lluotuation in
this from year to year. In lK7ti, Iord
Falmouth's' worst year, ho won but $.',
000, and in 1H7H, llis best year, his win
nings wero . !18o,0i)0. Tho Duke of
Hamilton, who won over $50,000 in
IS"!), had to content himself last year
with a beggarly $2.;i00. Those are tho
known prolits derived from the winning
of stakes only. What tho proliU wero
from botting'is another thing.
Win. 11. Ellis, a young farmer living
near lllooinington, Sullivan county, N.
Y., when nine years of age stepped on
a needle, A doctor failed to extract it
and Ellis forgot all about it. lie is now
:!'' years of age, and the other morning,
feeling a prickling sensation in his right
shoulder, said to his wife: "I believe
there is a pin sticking in my shoulder."
She looked nud found tho point of a
noodle Just sticking through the flesh.
Sbo removed it easily. It was about
throe-fourths of nn Inch long and was
broken eff near tho eyo. It was discol
ored except at the point. Mr. Ellis
gays it has certainly worked upward
liirougn ins ooiiy.
TUB DKST UAIH OHKSSINO IN TIIK W0KL0.
Jiuriiett's C'ocoaino allays irritation, re
moves nil tendency to dandruff, invigorates
the notion of the capillaries in the highest
degree, and has earned a deserved reputa
tion for promoting tho growth Und preserv
ing the beauty of the human hair. Ladies
dressing their hair elaborately for the even
ing will find that it imparts a healthy
natural gloss to thu hair, and will cause
it to retain its shape for hours.
Riirnett's Flavoring Extracts arc used
and endorsed by tho best Hotels, Confec
tioners and Grocers throughout the country.
They are' perfectly pure.
Naraine an Ourang-Outang.
Tbo London corespondent of thn
Liverpool Post says: "'I bo missing link
who parts bis hair down the middle,
and h:w been for sonio time past on ex
hibition at the Westminister Aquarium,
namely, tho ourang-outangj has not es
caped falling a victim to the malady
w hich has proved fatal to so many of
his kind in our climate. Tho stranger
caught cold, which quickly developed
into a severe attack of bronchitis, and
his medical altondant hold out little
or no hope of the patient being able to
survive. However, Mr. John E. Car-
rington, I-. R. S., the naturalist of tho
aquarium, was determined, if possible,
to save tho creature's life. Ho sat up
all night with him, steaming and doc
toring him, and by morning tho symp
toms wero so favorable that thoourang
outang was declared to bo out of imme
diate danger. Since then, by dint of
careful nursing, the animal has boon
brought around, and is now happily
convalescent. His patience under his
suffering was, 1 believe above all praise,
and ho took Mr. (Harrington's hot baths
with all tbo complacency of Major
Si'ddf.n changes of temperature are very
productive of Coughs ami Colds, which
always yield, however, very promptly to
nr. mm Uiugn r-yrup.
"A former dies owning 35 mules. By
his will his oldest son was to have f2', the
second the third Ruing unable to
divide tlu-m they called on a neighbor who
agreed to divide them in such a way that
each should have more than his share, for
what was left, to which they agreed, where
upon he put In the mule ho was riding and
proceeded thus: 1st, 18; 2nd, 12; ;trd, 4,
making thirty-four. Taking the other
luule and bis own, nnd the boys could not
tell how he got that mule, can you?" Ex.
ITIUM1SOF A lill.VTKKfL IIEAKT AND GIVES
iio.MUt vviikhk iio.sou is dce.
Mr. S. W. Capps, cf Scottsville, Macoupin
county, 111., writes, under date of Aug. 20,
1S0, to Dr. Swuyne & Son: "I sent to
you for three boxes 'All-hoalig Ointment,'
having had the Itching Tiles for about
twenty-three years, and have been treated
for them by eleven different doctors, and
have paid out nt least five hundred dol
larsyes, I would be safe in saying one
thousand dollars - but never was cured of
that itching which annoyed me almost to
deiith. When I became warm, particularly
nt night, the itching would begin, and the
ofiiy relict was to bathe in cold water,
sometimes as often us six or seven times in
one night. I concluded to tr.( your Oint
ment, and have used two boxes, and tho
result is a perfect cure, nud I will say that
it is the lu st Ointment in the world, a nd
will recommend it to one and all as such.
Swuvnc's Ointment is sold by all druggists.
Leaf from a Diary.
Monday went out and caught col
day aches all over,
Wednesday heard of and tried Eclectric Oil,
Thurday felt nil right. Mem. always keep
a supply on hand.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions ot'yuiith.nervous weakness,
curly decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will euro you, free of
charge. This great remedy whs discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph
T. Imnan, Station 1), Now York City.
Lkt the poor sufferer from female com
plaints take courage and rejoice that a pain
less remedy has been found. We refer to
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
It is prepared at 2oNf Western Avenue,
Lynn, Mass. Send to Mrs. Pinkluim tor
Eveiiv woman should know that Carter's
Little Liver Pills arc a specific for sick
headache. Only one pill a dose. 23
CilUlST. O Kit iiku; Wholesale Hardware.
Toledo, Ohio, says; The Excelsior Kidney
Pad has necomnhs hed more for tnv wif in
three weeks than all the medicine she has
taken in three years. Refer all skeptic to
me. foe Adv.
How's the Baby.
"How's the baby?" "His croup is belter
this morning, thank you, we gave him some
Thomas' Eclectric Oil as you advised, doc
tor, and shall give him some more in an
hour or so." Next day the doctor pro
nounced the youngster cured.
"Dh. Sicli kk's CocoitSvitui'" will en
sure you a good night's rest. It is the best
cough medicine in the market. Inco 25
Dr. Kline's Groat Nerve Restorer is the
irvirvfl of the sco for all Ncive Diseases,
AiifliH atonned freo. Send to 031 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.