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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 2, 1881.
NEW SERIES NO. 238
THE TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
OP THE UNITED STATES, 120 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
HENRY B. HYDE, President.
FOR THE YEAH ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1880.
Amouktov Lidoih A SHITS, Jen. 1.
Interest and rent.
Net profit on Investment ....
$ 4t,71lW7 0&
Claim, by death and matured endow
ment. 2.5ir7,rv;l M
Dividends, surrender valuce, and an-
Dultl.;. tf.lfMi.410 l4
Discounted endowment and matured
toutlue policies..... K&WMMi
Total paid policy boldore t 4,T!.97 !ri
Dividend on capital 7.n0U0
AtjcDclb. and commission Ul,4,r7 on
General expense ar.rt.KW :t
Htate, county and city laxe HS,IH 70
JiotcaHh aeeeta, Dcc.ai. 10.. I W.MW.MI W
Honda and mortci,...... tt.UM.4".". M
United Matca eux as S.Oll.Ml
but stocks, city stocke, and atock
ulhortiwi by tha lawa of ina aute
of New York - .W7.4'! 47
I.oana secured by bond aDd .lock" 8
Heal estate in New York and Boston
and purchased under foreclosure.. D.:V.s :jii.'t 81
Caah on baud In banka and other de-
posltorlae on interest ana in iranm
Dai from amenta on account of pre
1,1M. ir, :
;) 121 31
t :: too ti ifJ
Kl, '.71 OH
Market value of stocks and bonds
Interest and rente due and accrued
premium, due aud in process of
collection (! premiums paid in
advanre, f'iJ.lJl )
Total aeet, Doc. SI, lH) $ 4I.P (s.WJ 31
Total ltaMllties including lefe! re
aerve for reinsurance of all exist-
lug pollciea $ .il.wi. tQH 11
Total undivided .urplua $ 9,-U,-M ..'1
Of which tmlontfs (as computed) to
palir.ii'. ia (funeral claes t.Mj.isil lil
Of which belongs lea computed) to
pollcie. In Wjutine class oil
RLsks Assumed in lCO,W5,17(.B05 00
Risks Outstandiii? - S177,Sli7,703 0(
From the undivided surplus, reversionary divi
dends w ill be declared, available on aettlement of
next annual premium, to ordinary part.clpatlng
The valuation of the pollciea outstanding haa
been made mi the American experience table, the
H'Hal standard ol tin' state of New York,
(I W. PHILLIPS, ).,.,,,.
.! .. VAN USE. f Actuaries.
We, the undersigned, have, lu pereon, carefully
examiueil the account, and counted and examined
in detail the assets of the society, and certify that
the forgoing statement thereof ia correct.
BENNINGTON V. KANDOLPH,
JAMES M HAI.STKI).
T1IM.M AS A CCMMINS,
JOHN SLOAN K.
Special Committee of the Board of Director,
appointed Oct. :f7, 1SH0, to examine the asset
and account at the clone of the year.
BOARD OK DIKKCTOKS.
IletirvB llvde, John A. Stewart,
George l. Morgan,
George T. Adee,
Henry A. llurlliul,
Iknry F Spauldiui;.
William II. Vow,
William A. WheelocW,
William l. Lambert,
Jimn W. Alexander,
Henry S. 'IVrbell
Thomas K. You u,
Thomas A. Ciimiuliie
Daniel I). Lord,
Janiep M Hal. ted.
Kdward W Lambert,
li. K IUndoli.h,
Ahbel (iri en,
Samuel Borrow e,
Henry V. Butler
John I) .Tone..
Hubert Leuox Kennedy,
haiincy M. Depew,
B njainiu Willfamaon,
Henry M. Alexander,
K Biiudlnot Colt,
Thomaa A . Itiridle,
fieorxe W. (,'arleton,
(ieorafe (t. Kelloj;,
Joac V. .Navarro,
lubn J. McL'ook,
Stephen li. ftillipa
Samuel W. Torrey,
Alexander P. lrviu,
T De Witt "'uyler,
William if. BIIm,
Samuel G. Goodrich.
George 11. Stewart,
JAMES W. ALEXANDER. Vice Pres't.
SAMUEL IJ(HtHOWE, 2-1 Vice IWt.
K. W. LamU rf, M. D., EdwM Curtis, 51. D.
E. W. Scott, Superintendent of AyencicH.
North Western Department.
Pi Dearborn Street, Chicago.
W. N. CKAINE, General Mnnager.
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE Wy5 STATES.
On and after Monday. Jane 7th. and ontil lurther
notice the ferryboat will make tripe ae foliowe:
Liivta Liavi tiayxe
Fot Foorth at. Mleeoari Und . Kentucky Ld g.
8:00 a.m. :: i. m. Dam.
18:00 a. m. 10:J a. m H
:00 p. n. S: P- . S p m.
4:00 p.m. 4 30 p.ro. 5;00p.m.
2 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p. m
E. A. Ul'RNETT, A?ent,
Mayor N. B. Thietlewnod.
Treaauri!r Edward Dexonia.
t'lerk Dennia. J, Koley.
I'ouuaelur Wm. B. Mllbert.
Mar.hal J. II. Kobin.on.
Attorney William Hendrick.
' Pirat Ward-M. J Howley. Peter Saup.
Second Ward David T. Llnear, Jeeee Uinkle.
Third Ward-Egbert Smith, B. K, Blake.
Fourth Ward Charlea O. Patter, Adolph Swo
lioda f-iflh Ward-T. W. Halllday, Erneet B. Petttt.
Q.Tept-To SELL thle the Moet Yalu
WAN I'Kl) ble Slti(le Volume ever publi. d
A World of Kxowi.rt.E. collected logethcr iu
One Volume, conUininK over 6,'n Hiraiiitscr.. to
he moat Important mattere of Intere.tin the world.
The moet Intereetinir and u.eful book ever com
piled, covering almoet the entire Held of Learning
A large handaome octavo volume, M!t Vhf. pro
fueely lllu.traled.-Price, It.Vi. JtiM iu lll-fi-il .
and now in It eeventeenth edition. Tiu n:,i.v
book orrraKiHU. Sure aucceae to every Ageut
who take. it. Sold only by lubecrlptlon.
Thn.e wuhlng to become Agenta, addrena for
De.cripttve (Mrcnlara and extra term.
O. W. CAKLBTON &. CO., Publlehere, N.Y .t lty
JfEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN Tlirc CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIEIt & CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth etroetl PllSl'n 111
Commercial Avenue l tlliu, JU,
YOCUM & BRODER1CK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
(tt-4 Outfit lumi.hed Irco, wtth full In
Uf I I "tructlnna ror conducting the moat
JJ4 I I fprontable bii.ineaa that any ouii ran
fill 1 VyifWlu. Tho brntlnexa la eo caay
tf to learn, and our Inatmctionn are eo
i . elmplii and plain, that any ono can
make (treat prnBti from tlie atnrt, No ono ran fail
who U willing to work. Women are aa eiicceaalul
a men. Boy, and alrla can earn large aitme.
Many have made at the hualnn.a over one hundred
dollar In a elniile week. Nothing like It ever
known before. All who enc are aurpriad nt. the
eaee and rapidity with which theyareabluto mnku
money, Vou can engago In thla bu.lnuea durius
your epare time at great profit. Yoodo not bav to
Invoet capital In It. We tako all the rink. Tho.e
who need ready money, ahotild wtlre to u at onni.
All furnlnhnd free, AddroM TRUE A l'0.,.Au
County Attorney -J M. Damron.
Cuunty Treaauri-r Mile W. I'arker
Slierill -John Hodi!i.
tororar k Kit.erald.
County Commi.inueraT. W. Ba
Gihbe aud Samuel llriley.
klliday, J, A.
('ENEKAL DELIVERY open . :ao a. m.; cloee
VI 6:aop.m ; Sunday : S to 9 a. m.
Money Order Department opeu at 8 a.m.; cloeea
S p. m.
Through Exprtee Mail, via Illinoia Central 3:40
Mtaeih.lpiii Central Kallroade cloac at 9 p. m.
Cairo and Poplar Bluff Through and Way Mail
eloai at 1 p. m.
Wav Mall via Illlnnl. Central. Cairo and Vtn
ceune" and Mi..lppi Central Kallroade cloee at
i;l. )i. in.
Way .Vail fur Narrow Gauge Railroad cloee at
S:M . m.
Cairo and Evac.vllle River Route cloeca at S:;iO
p. m. daiiy (except Kriday).
CAIRO BAPTIST. -Temperance hall on Tenth
etreet; preaching firnt and third Sunday. In
tac'i mouth, 11 a m. and 7::W p. in : prayer meet
ItiThurnday, 7::)0p. m. ; Sunday echool. !::10 a.m.
Rev. A. .1. H ESS, Paetor.
Cint'RCII OP TIIE KED E EM BR(Eple copal)
' Fourteenth erreet; Huudav Morning prayere
I0:l a. m,; evening Jirayera, :30 p. m.;annday
H'hoolW::W a.m. Friday evening prayer 7:30 p. m.
LIKST MISSION AKY BAPTIST CHURCH.
F Preaching t 10:30 a. m., 3 p. m., and 7:30 p. m.
Sabbath echool at 7:t p. m. Hev. T. J. 8horee,
L'TIIERAN-Thlrteouth etreet; aervkea Sab
lj bath 1:30 a. m.j Sunday pchuol 2 p. in. Key.
METHODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut .treeta;
Preachiug Sabbath l(l:,) a. m. and 7 p.m.;
prayer meeting, Wednnaday 7:30 p. m.; Sunday
School, 9 a. m. Rev. Whlttakcr, pa.tor.
TJHESBYTERl AN -Eighth etreet; preaching on
I Sabbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
miieting Wedneadav at 7:30 p. in.; Sunday School
at 3 p. m. Rev. B. V. George, pa.tor.
ST. JOSEPHS-(Roman Catholic) Comer Cro.a
and vVnlnut .In'etn; .ervice. Sabbath 10:30a.
n. ; Sunday School at 1 p.m.; Vvepere 3 p.m.; eer
rice, every day at 8 p. m.
CT. PATRICK'S -(Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
0 etreet and Washington avenue; aervlcca Sab
iiatb 8 aud Ida. m.; Vvapera:) p. m,; Sunday School
1 p. m. eervlcea every day at 8 p. m. Rev. MieitetTton
QEOIWB II. LEACH, M.I).,
I'liysician and Surgeon.
Special attention paid to the Homoopathlc treat
ment or eurgical dl.vaHee, and dleeaee or women
Office: No. 10 Eighth atroet, near Commercial
avenue, Cairo, Ilia.
JJU. E. W. WIIITLOCIv,
Orruii No. 13 Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Nltitb Street
)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OKKlCE-Klghtk Street, near Commercial Avenue.
AeweeklnyoNrflwntown,$5outlU freo. No
Xnhrl.k. Hoador, ir you want a bualneeaiat
Hf "vfhlch peraotia or either koxcan make great
Bay all the time they work, write ror particular to
. UAI.LBTT A CO.. Portland.
pUE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. HALLIDAY, Pre.ldent.
H. L. HALLIDAY. Vlce-Hro.ldcni.
THOS. W. HALLIDAY, Caehlcr.
. TAAT TiTtOR, W. P, HAM.IDAT,
aartBT l. naixrutr, h. h. cnNN inuhaii,
a.D. fflLLMNaON, aTEfMIM blBU,
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Depoelta received and a general tacking bueineaf
w r "
a ? L
For all .oldier. disabled in L". S. eei vice, and for
heir, of dcreaaod .oldiem,
For eoldiers who.e rate of peuelnn ia too low,
Due all eoldiere di.charged for wounda or other
Iujury (not dleeaee), who have failed to receive it.
COPIES OF LOST DISCHARGES
Send two 3-cetit eianie fur blauke aud "circular
of Information" to
STOOD ART &. CO.,
8olicitor of claime . Room 8, St. Cloud Building
WASHINGTON, D. C.
PROPRIETOR OF SI'ROAT S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ico.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
THE CONTRAST !
IHtile other Unking Powders
arc largely adulterated with
Alum and other hurtf ul drugs,
has been kept unchanged in all
its original purity and utretujth.
The best evidence of its safety
and effectiveness is the fact of its
having received the highest testi
monials from the must ennnent.
chemists in the United Stutes,
who have analyzed it, from its
introduction to the present time.
There are no powders that bear
higher chemical tests, nor any
that show tto good results by the
TEST OF THE OVEN.
It is n pure Fruit Acid Baking
Powder. Made by
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, Jit., U(l Sft LfJf 30it
rift: ?P,PPJ0 SPc11 Flavoring
,An election for two members of tho
board of school directors is ordered for
tho first Saturday in April, which is to day,
and the place of voting is at the Eleventh
street school-house. Two members are to
be elected, the terms of Captain Hulliday
and Mr. Korsmcyer having expired and
these gentlemen are candidates
for re-election. They have served
the people laithfully and well; they are
gentlemen of good judgement who have,
without any hope of reward, except to hco
our youth properly educated, given much
of their valuable time to the public schools.
Not maay as good men and none better,
could bn found in the city to fill the posi
tion for which they are candidates. This
must be, and no doubt is, acknowledged
by all, and we hope that there will bo a
large vote, if for no other reason, let it be
to show them their valuable service are
( V01R MILLIONS SUBSCKI BED."
Under the above head the St. Louis
Globe-Democrat publishes the following,
which will be of .some intereat to the peo
ple of Cairo:
'Col. J. W. Paramore, pie.sideut of the
Texas and St. Lrnm Narrow Gunge, retain
ed from New York yesterday morning.
While in New York he secured subscrip
tions to the amount of $4,000,000 for the
completion of the Texas and St. Louis sys
tem from Texarkana to B'rd's Point, oppo
site Cairo, 111., a distance of about 400
miles. Col. Paramore has also made ar
rangements with the Mexican National
narrow guage system for a connection into
the heart of Mexico. This line is being
pushed forward vigorously under the Pal
mer & Sullivan Construction Company's
management, with a working force of 0,000
men. This company has just placed
an order for 400 locomotives with
the Baldwin, the Grant and the Taunton
locomotive works. President Paramore, of
the T. &, St. L says he has a large force of
men engaged constructing his liue from
Texarkana to Bird's Point, and from there
the Cairo & St. Louis narrow-gauge will
torm the link. From Si. Louis to the cast
the Toledo, Delphos & Burlington will be
the system. This road is promised at East
St. Louis by November of this year, and
Col. Paramore declares that the narrow-
gauge system from Mexico to New York
will be completed within two years from
In the $1,000,000 subscription the Cen
tral Trust company of New York is made
trustee, and the arrangement gives the T,
ifc St. L. the privilege of building branche
to Memphis and any other important south
trn points desirable."
Tuugrandest triumph ever achieved by
any medicine, has been achieved by St
Jacobs Oil the sufferer s mend.
Mr. Philip Ilcim is again on a sick bod
Col. J. C.Willis tame down from Me
Mr. Charles Yolmer, of Cape Girardeau,
Mo., was in Cairo yesterday.
Mrs. O'Douuell, wile of Mr. Mike
O'Donncll, lias been quite ill for several
The little child of Mr. R. W. Cox is sul
fcring greatly with the after elfects of
Mr. J. Adams and wife, of Charleston,
Mo., were guests at the Planter's House
Mrs. Boshes, sister-in-law of Mr. F.
Vincent, is nipidly recovering from the ef
fects of her recent lull.
The ntteudaut physicians in the case of
Delos Trigg gave up all hope of their
patient's recovery yesterday evening.
At the Planter's House yesterday were
among others: Messrs. John E. Calhoun,
of St. Louis, and .1. M. Davis, of Chicago.
The little child of Mr. D. F. King, the
up town cabinet-maker, was in a dangerous
condition yesterday. It has spinal men
Messrs. W. Stacy, of Chicago, III., and
M. F. Flynn, B. F. Smith aud A.. I. Rock.',
of St. Louis, Mo., were guests at the Hotel
Mr. Foster, with his wife and child, of
St. Louis, arrived here yesterday and will
stay a while, visiting tho family of Mrs.
Fosters's father, Mr. J. B. Phillips.
Mr. Benjamin Rosenwatcr, who has been
for years in the clothing departim tit of
Messis. GoldstineA. Rosenwnter, has gone
to Poughkeepsie, New York, to attend a
lucrchantilo college there, with a view to
perfecting m business education. He will
e gone some months.
AMONG THE AZTECS.
"You can't couiu it," said a customer to
a druggist who endeavored to palm olT his
own mixture when Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
was asked lor, and Hull a lie got, Prico 25
cents a bottle.
Why ought the children of a thief to bo
burnt? Because their Ta Bteals t'nastiles.)
Burns, scalds, cuts, bruises cured by Dr.
Thomas' Kclectric Oil.
(THIOL'S MODK8 OK AOKICULTIBE-MINES
AND MI NINO A BRILLIANT LETTER FKOM
OCR WESTERN CORRESPONDENT.
Mesilla, New Mexico, March 28th, 1881.
The denizens of this strange city and the
surrounding country are a curious study.
This letter will be devoted to giving your
readers some idea of their habits of life
and their modes of agriculture. The
Mesilla valley from which this city takes
its name is one of the most famous in New
Mexico tor its agricultural products. It
extends along the Rio Grande for seventy
five miles and having an elevation ef near
4000 feet the air is permeated with electric
ity and o.ono making it a sauitarium
which is visited by thousands affected with
asthma, bronchial nnd pulmonary diseases.
The climate is. superb, the thermometer
never reaching zero. Snow rarely whitens
the earth, and hot and sultry nights are
unknown. To an eastern traveler
the novel sights and experiences he en
counters arc so lull oi interest tliat lie is
loth to depart from this land ol the A.tccs.
I came here l'in the full of harvest time"
when this beautiful valley along the Rio
Grande wus yellow as gold with its carpet
of ripened cereals. Since thin I have
learned much by being brought into con
tact with the people of this foreign country
who, until within a few months, have been
so isolated and shut out from the ouusidc
world as to know nothing of its modes,
styles and modern civilization. Let me
show your readers a picture of tins valley.
On either side grand old mountains rear
their peaks high up into heaven's pure ether.
Coursing along at our feet in sluggish quiet
rolls the historic Rio Grande which rises in
Colorado.runs into New Mexico between the
two chains of the Rockies, and continues
southward through the whole length of
tho territory. Just there on its bank
is gathered a large number of Mexicans
bedecked in gay and bright array. Hil
arity and mirth rule queen ot the hour.
Men and women join in dances and strange
sports. A little distance away a gay fan
dango is going on to the time of monoto
nous music. We approach and in our
"half-grown Spanish" ask why this merry
making, and are told that it is "the harvest
festival." The Gd of the Aztecs has
smiled upon the cereals and tho harvest
has been abundant. At a little distance to
the left the process of threshing out the
grain is going on. Shades of Colorado!
How antiquated ! A circular enclosure is
made by driving poles side by side close
together into the earth. The hard ground
has been swept clean and the wheat to be
threshed is spread upon it. Within are a
dozen goats and as many children who are
shouting and laughing and driving the
frightened animals round and round the
arena, while now and then a halt is made
to allow the master of the harvest to turn
over the stiaw, when olf again scamper
the goats and children. Thin is kept up
for several days when the straw is removed
and the plump grain gathered into howl
shaped grass baskets, to be picked over,
winnowed and cleaned by the women. The
harvest time is always a gay season, and
all the young people join in the festivities
Now let me show you one of their agricul
tural implements, iou will, I tear, laugh
but you must not let them see you for theBC
are a sensitive and uuforgiving people.
Here is a plow, a long beam, to one end
f which is hitched a single steer or ox,
while the other end is smoothed off for a
handle. Fastened to it about midway in
a sloping position, is a stick pointed at the
lower eud, which scratches up the fertile
and mellow soil. This is the chief imple
ment of Mexican agriculture. Imagine
it, you farmers on the prairies who ride
upon your sulky plows ami sow your
wheat with drills. This condition of
thjngs, however, is soon likely to change,
to be superseded by American implements.
The fertility and magnificent climate of the
Rio Grande valley, the great demand for
agricultural products, owing to the advent
f the A. T. & F. R. R. is settling this val
ley with abetter class of farmers who will
not only open the eyes of the Mexicans, but
make fortunes for themselves. I had noon-
r own a good farm (and they can be had
for a song) in this valley than any place I
have visited in tho west. The vast mineral
interests and tho mining camps are creat
ing a great demand for cereals and vegeta
bles. Fruit grows here luxuriantly and is
found in great abundance. Apples, pears,
plums, apricots, quinces, figs, porno granates
and all small fruits are grown in great per
fection. The grape was introduced by the
Spaniards long years ago.
1 never tasted such lucinus fruit and the
clusters rivaled those of Eschol in size and
beauty. This surely is the garden spot of
the southwest. Mines in this region are
being rapidly developed and tho wealth of
yield found is wonderful. Tho excitement
is like tho furor over tho early discoveries
in California, and many a miner is going
back to his eastern homo in a few
years with his pockets full of coin and
a healthy bank account. 1 would udvise
any young man who has nerve and
grit to come to New Mexico. More for
tunes will bo mado here in the next
few years than in any other locality la
America. p. a. P.
THE LAND LEAOt'E MEETING.
Dublin, March JJO. At a meeting of the
Land League Brennan announced receiving
2,391) trom America. There were some
contributions from Queensland. The total
is a decreaso from the previous week.
Cold and moisture combined havo a
torporising effect upon tho bodily organs,
and the digestivo and secretive processes
are apt to be more tardily performed in
winter than in the tall. Tho same is true,
also, of the excretory functions. The bow
els are often sluggish, and the pores of the
skin throw off but little wasto matter at
this season. The system, therefore, requires
opening up a little, and also purifying and
regulating, and the safest, Burest and most
thorough tonic and alterative that can be
used for these purposes ia Uostetter's Stom
ach Bitters. Persons who wish to cscapo
the rheumatic twinges, the dyspeptic ago
nies, the painful disturbances of the bowels,
the bilious attacks, and tho nervous visita
tions, ho common at this time of the year,
will do well to reinforce their systems with
this renowned vegetable stomachic and in
vigorant. It improves the appetite,
strengthens the stomach, cheers the spirits,
and renovates the whole physique.
Bk wise; simply call on your druggist
for "Dr. Seller's Cough Syrup," when you
have a cold or cough. 23 cents a bottle.
LIST Ok" LETTERS RF.MAISINO UNCALLED
FOR IN THE I'OSTOKKICE AT CAIRO, ILL.,
FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1881.
Cale, Delia V.
John.on, Jennie E
Kedmond. Chan. I.
Alexander, J. M.
Bingham, A. It.
Boyle. Jr., C.
Bird, Tom C.
Clifford, Charli e
Cooper, J ae.Davl.a
Harney, C. A.
Jcnmne, fl. E.
Qjing, Edward D.
Singleton, Harry A
Stephene. J. D.
Stoat, Joe A.
O EST I. KM EN'S LIST.
Adams, J no.
Bull, C. H.
Cook, W. A.
Forrest, W. J.
Ucws, W. L
Jackson, Sam'l E.
Masn y, R. II.
Pollock, Will A.
Seal, John P.
Wilson, L. Ed.
Persons callinyj far the above mentioned will
plea-e eay advertised. GEO. W. Mc KEAIG,
II. F. McCarthy, Wholesale and Retail
Driigrrist, Ottawa, Ontario, writes: "I
was afllicted with Chronic Bronchitis for
some years, but have been completely cured
by the use of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil, in
doses of 5 drops on sugar. I have also
pleasure in recommending it as an em
brocation for external use."
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth.nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will cure you, free of
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a Bclf-addressed envelope to tho Rev. Joseph
T. Inman, Station D, New York City.
FREE OF COST.
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, Coughs and Colds, Asthma, Bronchtis,
etc., is given away iu trial bottles free of
cost to the afflicted. If you have a severe
cough, cold, difficulty of breathing, hoarso
ness or any affection of the throat or lungs
by all means give this wonderful remedy a
trial. As you value your existence you can
not afford to let this opportunity pass. We
could not afford, ami would not give this
remedy nwav unless we knew it would ac
complish what we claim for it. Thousands
t hopeless cases have already heen com
pletely cured by it, There is no medicine
in Hits world that will cure one-halt the
cases mat ir. Kings ixew inscovery will
cure, r or sale oy teo. iu. u nara, druggist,
Cairo, Illinois. (0)
Pencil writing may be fixed almost in
delibly by passing tho moistened tongue
over it. Invalids can be cured of Dyspep
sia and its attendant horrors by using .
Spring Blossom. Prices : $1., 50 cents, and
trial bottles 10 cents.
Mothers ! Mothers 1 ! Mothers ! 1 !
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with tho excruciating pain of cutting
tootu? If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It, will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
-depend upon it; thcro is no mistake
about It. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it. who will not toll you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rcat to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and
pleasant to tho Usto, aud is tho prescrip
tion of one of the oldest aud best female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.