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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
THE TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE
EQUITABLE IIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
OP THE UNITED STATES, 120 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
HENRY B. 1IYDE, President.
FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 81, 1880.
AjfOIIHTOF LlEDUIH ASHITR, Jan. 1.
merest and rent....
iul proUt on Investment
'1 aim by death sud matured endow-
menu .. B,507,&til St
Mvidends, surrender valuea, Bud an-
millie 8,106,110 01
li.cuunted endowment and matured
tonliuu policies-... 178ti3 0
Total paid policy-holder! ....
t 4,7!M,l7 97
Kgencles and comniiiwlon
UtUi, county and city Uxei....Mn.
Netca.il asset, Due. 31, lSSQ.. $ 38,409,811 03
tondi and mortgages 9 ,OM,47".50
nited htalea Block. K,ai VVI "
tale atorks, city slocks, and .lock
authorised by the law. of the iuu
of New Votk . .. a 47
.oaiia secured by bonds aud clock.. T.iM.lo.' W
U-al estate Id New Virk and Boston
and purrhaud nurter foreclosure.. h,W),.Vj.j
an on hand in bank, and other de
poaitorle on mtereetaud In tran.il
iKincu received).. 2.1M.HIJ ti
U3 from agents on account of pre
miums .. Hsyi'il oi
t SS.lWI.Ml 04
larket value of .lock, and bond
over eo't -
titerest aud reuta due and accrued .
remium duo and in process of
collection (Ihm premium paid In
Total a-tet. DecSl.lH) $ l,l',e 3S
ota! llaMlltie inclcdlng legal re
serve for reinsurance of all .exiat-
lliU policies S1.H80.J08 U
Total undivided sorplus.
Of which belong, (a computed) to
pulxte.ti general class.... 4,&li,0il 21
Of which belonus (aa computed) to
pollclet in tontine clae ..4,21,230 03
Ibks Assumed in 1830, $35,170,805 00
iisksOutstandlu? 8177,597,703 00
T II EMAILS.
KSERAL DKLIVEKY open :3U a. m.: Cloe
LI U'.nupm.; Sunday: S to a.m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; cloae
t S p. tu
TbruUb Expre.i Mall vU Dllnol Central 3:40
MlMU-.lppI Central Railroad, cloae at i p. tu.
Cairo and Poplar Bluff Through and Way H all
loci, at 1 p. m.
Way Mall via nilnoL Central, Cairo and Vln
ennr atid MlM'.iitppl Central Rallroadt cloae at
45 p. m.
Way Mall for Narrow Oange UaUroad clo.ea at
Cairo and ETan.rllle River Route eloael at 2:W
. m. daliy (except Friday).
Mayor N. B. Thi.tlcwood.
lYeaurcr Edward Iexonla.
Clerk Dennl. J, Folev.
Ciunelor-Wm. B. Gilbert.
Mamhal-J. II. Hobiniion.
BOAttU or alilSHMIM.
Klr.tW.rd-M.J Howley. Peter Saup.
h.Vond Ward-David T. Uner, Je.ae niukle.
Third Ward-Kgbert Smllb. B. F, Blake.
Fourth Ward-Aarlee O. Patler. Adolph Swo-
'Fmh Ward-T. W. Holiday, Erneat B. Pettlt.
Circuit Judge-O. J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk-A. II. Irvln.
County Judi;o K. S Yocutn.
County Clera- M. J. llnmru.
County .Mtorney-J. M. Kamron.
County Treai.urer-.Milc W. Parker.
Corouer-K. Kluiterald. .,,.
County Commlloner-T. W. Halllday,
ilbba and auluel Urliey.
CAIRO BAPTIST. Temperance hall on Tenth
Mreelf p eaching flr-t and third Sunday n
THIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHKCU
b Suachl..!! at 10:80 a. n... 3 p. m, an
Kahbath achool at 7:30 p. m twv. i. mu,
f trrnERAN-Thlrtecnth street i
I j bath J'.so a. m.; Bunday .chool i
p. m. liev.
MwTiioniST Cor. ElchU and Walnut Urceti;
S : aMh 10:30 a. in. and 7 p.m.;
oraver nu." ug, Wednesday 7:30 p. ta.; Bunday
gcboJl. WUltukw. pastor.
fWi!iivTi7WTiN.-Elirhth atroet; preaching on
1 Habbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; nrayer
X panim; ., m Hunilav School
etlug venncoBT i--r
at 1. n
Rev. B. X . uoru, iir,...
CT. JOSKPn'8-Roman CthollM Corner Orwi
h anil Walnut truoU; orvlc.e Balibatn m.soa.
2 j'sunday Sd.mil at p. m. I Vesper. 3 p. m. j set
rice every day at 8 p. m.
ot PATRICK'B-(Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
O Vlreet and Washington avenne; aervic "
hath B and U) .. m.; Vesper. p. """
g p. in. aervlce evory day at 8 p. m. Rev. M.wtersou
pit. E. W. WHITLOCK,
0frlBNo. no Commercial Avenue, bctwoon
Blghth mitt Mnth Btreei
U. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE-Klghta Btroot, noar Com erctal Avenue
Cornwell's System of Dress
T.Anv CANVASSEIIH and LOCAL AQBMTfl
WANTED EVERYWHERE. Agent never fall to
II thla nidi hod
Borne make 1M) pur week
la the only system In the wort
system in tne worm witii
nioaaure, and a period ruio lor aari
learn, and worth a hundred aouar toovnry sewtm
machine owuor, What lady will take the aguuey
Beud for terms. 1W1 Wabash Ave., Chicago.
Deflect Barmen wiiuuuv .'mivh.r. umi,fiV ,u
-inrRCII OF TlIB REDEEMER (Epl.copal)
C Fourt"r,tu am-etl BoBdav Morning prayer.
iV'Vi a m.: evening prayer, 7 : p. m.j minaay
hool :SJ m. FW.y evening prayer 7:30 p. m.
From the undivided inrplui. reverilonarr divi
dend! will bo declared, available on ettlament of
next annual premium, to ordinary participating
Tliu valuation of the policies outstanding baa
been made on the American experience table, the
jegm siauuaru oi tne .late niscw lorlc
O. W. PHILLIPS, 1 .,,,..
J.U.VANCISE. ' Actuaries.
We, the undersigned, bavo, In perion, carefully
examined the account, and counted and examined
in detail the asset of the aociely, and certify that
the foregoing statement thereof 1. correct.
BENNINGTON F. RANDOLPH,
IAMKH M. IIALHTED,
HENRY H, TEKBKLL,
Bpeclal Committee of the Board of Directors,
appointed Oct. 27, 18x0, to examine the asset
and account, at the cloae of the year.
BOARD OK DIRECTORS.
IlenrvB Dvde. John A. Stewart.
ueorKe M. ji organ,
George T. A dee,
Henry A. Ilurlliut.
Henry F. Hnaulding, "
William II. Voce,
William A. "boetar:,
William t. Lambert,
Henry O. Murquand
J a met W. Alexander,
Thomas B. Voting,
Thomas A . Cummins,
John D Jones,
itobert Lenox Kennedy,
f.'hauncy M. Depew,
n. njamin w niiamaon
Henry ip. Alexander,
Tbomaa A. Biddle,
(ieorge W. Carleton,
Oeor(e (). Kelloge,
Jo.e K. Navarro,
John J. McC'ook.
hyphen II. I'hlllipi,
hamuel W. Torrey,
Cbarle.O. Land on,
Alexander H. Irvln,
T. DeWitt C'nyler,
Will'am H. BUM,
William Alexander, I
Bamuel U. Goodrich.
Daniel I). Lord,
Jamea M. Ilal.tead,
Kdward W. Himliert,
Heury N. Butler,
Ueorge II. btewart.
JAMES W- ALEXANDER, VicePrea't.
SAMUEL BORROWE, 2d Vice IWt.
Medical Examiners :
E. W. Lambert, M. D., Edw'd Curtis, M. D.
E. W. Scott, Superintendent of Agencies.
North Western Department.
108 Dearborn Street, Chicago.
W. N. CRAINE, General Manager.
E. A. BCESETT. A?ent,
NEW YORK STORE, "
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
The Largest Variety Stock
IX THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
C. O. PATIER 6c CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth itrcet 1 PfllVft Til
commercial Avenue j . " . " t -
STOVES AND TINWARE.
gTovES! Stoves i!
ALL SORTSf SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ol and Dealer in
TIN, GOITER & 8HEET-IR0N WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
rjJHE CITY NATIONAL BANK
, W. P. HALLIDAT, President,
li. L. HALLIDAT, Vlco-President.
inoS. W. HALLIDAT, Cashier.
. RTAAT TATIOR, W. T. ttALLTDAT,
IISMHT L. HALUDAT, . B. CtlHHIKOHAM,
S.D. IVILUAMBON, STBI'HIN BIBB,
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND BOLD.
Deposits received and a general tanking business
Commercial Avennc and Eighth Street
It WELL1. Cashier.
X.J, KERTII, Assistant Cashier.
F. Bros. Cairo ; WJHam Kl"BiCro i
Peter NefT. Cairo! S 1 B"? olfJ,C.lr.o:
C. M. Oslerloh, uniroi J . v"""l,.,
K. A. Btidor. Cairo: J.Y.Clomeon, Caledonia!
H. Wolls, Cairo.
. nPMriiit niVKT'fl IIIISINEH9 DONE
A Exchange sold aud bought. Intorost paid in
theSBvluva Department. Collection made and
all busluvs promptly attended to.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY
: JACOB KLEE,
TBTE IOIC KING.
Ready now, to furnish and deliver ICE In any
quantity both wholesale and retail, and at
HOCK BOTTOM PRICES.
I respectfully aollclt the patronage of all my old
friends and . many new ones, and iruarinteethem
stlraetlon. JACOB KLEK.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY TOE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Summer Wood and Kindling
couauntly on bana
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trimming" are coarse shaving and make
the best summer wood for cooking purpoxes as well
the cheapest ever sold In Cairo. For black
smith's nae in setting tires, they are unequalled.
Leave your oraer at tne lentil street wooa vara
IMiile other Baking 1'omlers
are largely adulterated with
Alum and oilier hurtful drugs,
has been kept unchanged in all
its original purity and nfrnigth.
The best evidence of its safety
and effectivenesses the fact of its
having received the highest tcsti
monials from the most eminent
chemists in the United States,
who have analyzed it, from its
introduction to the present time.
There are no powders that bear
higher chemical tests, nor any
that show so good results by the
TEST OF THE 0 VEN.
It is a pure Fruit Acid Baking
Voivder, Made by
STEELE & PRICE,
Cliicago, 111,, and St, Louis, Mo,,
Manufacturer of Lupulin Yeast
Gems, Dr. Price's Spooial Flavoring
Extracts, and Dr. Price's Unique
To Brown and Atherton, or any other person, or
person, Interested: . , ,
You are hereby notified that, at a sale of renl v
tato In the comity of Alexander and elate of Illi
nois, held by the county collector ol said sounty,
at the anuth-westrrlv door of the court house. In the
city or Cairo, In said county and state, on tne w in
day of Hepterahor, A. D. 1HTW, James M. Craig
purcna.ea tne following iloacribod real esiaie, nv
uated lu the town o7 Unitv, county or Alexniv
der and stato of Illinois. r.,r tlm ( Ann and nn
paid thereon for the years A. U. 1M75, IHTfl, 1H77 and
18,8, together with penalties and cost! said real
estato being taxed In the name of Brown ft Alher
ton, to-wlts Lot numbered two (II), fotir(l). five (M,
six (II) and seven (71 In block i,i,,,,i.r.,,i ! im. Anil
you will fnrthortake notlco that tbetlmo allowid
by law for the redemption of said ri al estate
win expire on tuo noiu (lav or Heptumber, A
D'.,fWl:.. . JAMES M.. CUA1U.
Cairo, III., May 31st A. D. IHHI , Purrhaier.
MORNING, JUNE 4, 1831.
GENERAL NEWS ITEMS.
Geogia's peach crop will be 60,000 bas
Moocly has gone to Northfleld. Mass.. for
J . H. Wade has given 100 acres of forest
to Cleveland for a park.
Classic Boston celebrated decoration day
with a procession of 800 bicycles.
The water works company of Quincy has
commenced a suit against the city for thirty
The reduction of the public debt for
May amounts to $11,150,721, and the cash
in the treasury is $237,406,088.
The Massachusetts legislature last win
ter made memorial day a local holiday,
and it was.so observed on Monday.
The (joiriogo of tho various mints for the
month oliay was $12,228,500, of which
$3,300,000 watandjrd silver dollars.
m British agriculturists are now advised to
cultivate tobacco; but to do it an ancient
act of Charles II, will have to be repealed.
Mr. De Coster threatens to bring suit
against the city ot Quincy for about five
thousand dollars as damages for false ar
rest by the uflicers.
Farmers in Central Illinois report winter
wheat suffering from the chinch-bug and
Hessian fly. Thousands of acres are being
plowed up to plant corn.
A petition in favor of Piatt and Conkling
eighty feet long aud signed by over two
thousand voters, has arrived at Albany,
New York, from AuJfyf? and Woodins dis
tricts. 1 fi&P
The mayor o(Quincyhas brought suit
for two thousand dollars damage against
the nerald of that city for saying that he
had received1 stolen property and calling
him a "shyster."
A Fond du Lac banker ran away with
$200,000, but his conAuence .made him re
turn $150 that he haiFstolen from a ceme
tery fund. Well, in tliese days $150 worth
of remose is not to be sneezed at.
Cincinnati turned out on Monday even
ing and held a memorial service in remem
brance of the late George Graham, the
founder of the Cincinnati public schools.
Stanley Matthews delivered the oration.
A prominent Wall street operator volun
tccrs a statement of speculations in which
Gen. Brady made over $500,000 thus ren
dering it unnecessary to conclude that the
latter got his wealth by star route crooked-
it is reponea that Mr. Hugh Childcrs,
the English secretary of wai, will soofl suc
ceed Mr. Gladstone as chancellor of the ex
chequer, leaving the latter only the duties
of the first lordship of the treasury to at
J. C. Taylor sues Indianapolis for dam
ages for injuries received by the explosion
of a steam fire engine he was stoking up in
the fire department service. The engineer,
who was seriously injuricd at the same time,
obtained a verdict of $3,700.
The dry goods trade in Philadelphia has
been startled by several heavy failures. E.
V. White failed several days since; Crcs-
well, Salanne &C,nt under for $200,000;
.1. A. Southwick assighud for $24,000, and
Mackcy, Johnson & Turner went down for
Tho old mail company of A. Arnot, St.
Louis, with headquarters in Washington,
has failed. It has carried mails in nearly
every stato and teritorja and has been in
business for forty-six years. The recent
curtailment of tho contract service is as
signed as the cause of the failure.
Tho international typographical union
meets at Toronto, Juno Cth, and continues
during tho week. Apart from tho business
sessions, tho delegates will tako a carriage
ndo on Tuesday afternoon, a moonlight ex
cursion on Wednesday night; and on Thurs
day night the visitors will bo banqueted at
The thirty-second general assembly of Illi
nois introduced one thousand one hundred
and sixty-seven bills, of which four hun
dred and fifty-six were by tho senato and
seven hundred and eleven by tho house.
Tho wholo number passed is one hundred
and thirty-six, and fifty-one of these woro
appropriation bills, lcavina cighty-flvo of
a general nature which will become laws,
tho governor being willing.
A call has been issued for a non-partisan
prohibitory state convention to bo held In
Jackson, MiBS., on Wednesday, July 20. Its
solo purpose is declared to bo to combino
tho friends of prohibition in tho effort to
induco tho adoption of a constitutional
amendment prohibiting tho liquor traffic In
tho Btato after a given day leaving tho
scope and phraseology of thoamundmont to
tho wisdom of tho legislature.
A DesMolncs man suggests ft "barge rail
way" in order to meet tho groat and grow
ing demand for cheap transportation. Ilia
idea is to make a steam engine tako tho
placo of tho mule and tho barge tako tho
place of freight cars. This would, of course,
mean to construct a canal and railroad par
allel to each other. Ho claims that ho
could thus compete with the lower Missis
sippi towboats in cheapness of freights and
with railroads in speed of transportation.
Richard Harris and Isaac Mitcitoson were
suffocated by foul vapors while cleaning a
privy vault at Jacksonville on Monday.
Harris leaves a wife and two children, and
Mitcheson a wife and five children, all in
' Tho mammoth orchard of Senator Rob
ison, of Tazewell county, locatod near Trc
mont, has just been destroyed by the canker
worm. The orchard looks as if it had
been swept by a tornado of flame. Leaf,
blossom and bark were all attacked and are
The governor has pardoned George W.
Strange who wan. convicted of murder at
tho May term, 1871 of the Coles county
circuit court and sentenced to tho peniten
tiary for twenty years. The pardon was
granted upon the recommendation of cer
tain citizens, although a largo number pro
tested against tho usu of the pardoning
power in tins instance.
Affairs at Albany.
Albas? June 2. Tho following is the
result of the first ballot to-day lor the Cou
kling vacancy: Conkling, 3-i; Jacobs, 52;
Wheeler, 19; Rogers, 11; Cornell, 21; Fen
ton, 2; Pomcroy, 1; Edick, 1; Folger, 2;
Crowley, 1; Bradley, 1; Tremainc, 2;
Chapman, 1 ; Dutcher, 1 ; Lapham, 1 ;
The following is the vote to fill Piatt's
vacancy: Piatt, 28; Kcrnan, 53; DePew,
28; Cornell, 11; Lanham, 8; Evarta, 2;
Ward, 3;-Folger, 3; Crowley, 3; Miller, 9;
Dutcher, 2: Wadsworlh. 2: Geo. B. Sloan.
1; Van Cott, 1; David Rumsey, 1 ; Fen-
The joint session then proceeded to take
another vote to fill the vacancy occasioned
by the resignation of Conkling. Cowles
changed from Conkling to Cornell. The
voto was as follows: Conkling, 33;' Wheel
er, 17; Jacobs, 52; Bradley, H Rogers, 15;
Cornell, 22; Fcuton, 3i others scattering.
The second voto for the successor to
Piatt resulted as follows: Piatt. 28: De
Pew,30;Keruan, 52; Cornell, 13. The re
mainder scattering. One ot Conkling's
votes, that of Astor, was withheld' through
a pair with Forster. Further voting was
postponed till to-morrow noon.
The resolution to adjourn sine die on
Saturday was lost in the assembly to-day
by 29 to C8, only democrats voting yea, and
the concurrent resolution to tako ai-ooc
from Friday till Tuoeilay next was adopted
by yeas 61, nn) 5fJ. - -
Tho half-breeds met in caucus to-night,
and derided to innke a strenuous effort in
the soimto to-morrow to defeat the concur
rent resolution already adopted by the
house, to adjourn to-morrow until Tuesday
next. They also decided to concentrate on
Cornell and DePew, each of whom is said
to be in the race by his own consent. They
also warned geutlemeu against pairing off,
advising against it.
New York, June 2. The Graphic's
Albany special says there is trouble in the
camp of the administration men growing
out of the multitude of candidates. The
difficulty is to find a stalwart who can
break the Conkling column. The DePew
men want Cornell; others want Crowley or
Lapham. There is intriguing and under
mining in each direction. Tho friends of
Conkling are bolder this morning than at
any time during the contest. The stalwart
organ calls upon republicans torctain Conk
ling as leader of tho party, and asks his
opponents to nnmo their man who is to
take his place as a leader. It is in tho fail
ure of the half-breeds to unite upon a can
didate that tho Btalwarts seo their opportu
nity. It is suspected Conkling has had
several members acting with the half-breeds,
who uro kept there for tho express purposo
of preventing an agreement on candidates.
The Canadian Calamity
London, Ont., Juno 2. At tho inquest on
tho Victoria disaster, tho evidence of Mr.
McNielly, Steamboat Inspector, was taken,
lie considered tho boat's tnnchincry all
right and well managed, and Engineer
Roberts a skilled man, ono of tho best of
his Class. W. F. Adams testified ho helped
rebuild the Victoria, and noticed joints in
her upper planking not calked. Ho con
sidered when she collapsed sho was full ol
water lrom tho leakage,
CniiMTKit, III., June 2. A tremendous
hail storm passod over this city this after
noon, lasting about fifteen minutes. Some
of tho stones were half as largo as eggs, aud
descended with torriflo force, doing great
damago to gardens, trees and windows, and
injuring persons and stock that wero so in
fortunato as to bo exposed.
The Clash at Quincy.
Quincy, III., Juno 2. Tho row between
tho mayor and tho polico is still on. Chiot
McGraw continues on duty. Mayor Web
ster finds that uono of tho officers on the
forco will act as chief, and so the matter
will probably run on until Monday night
when tho council meets, then thero will bo
ono of tho usual gomi-monthly exhibition's
NEW SERIES NO. 293
which have for over a year disgraced the
city. McGaw will be sustained by tho
council and there is no telling what tho
next movo may bo. Webster has begun a
libel suit against the Quincy nerald, claim
Fire at Cobden. ;
Cobden, III., June 2. The flour' mill of
Jno.Temison & Co., generally known as
tho Grange mill, was discovered to bo on
firo about 10 o'clock to night. Tho fire is
supposed to have originated in tho engine
room, and at this time of writing, half-past
eleven o'clock, is nearly burnod to tho
ground. Mr. Mussclman, ono of the pro.
prictors, states that there were fifty barrels
ot flour and about 500 bushels of wheat in
tho mill. Nothing but the books wero
saved. Tho mill was built by Labar and
Davie, in 1860, and is ono of the land
marks of Union; county, always being a fa
vorite with tli'o farmers. Tho grangers
purchased it in 1875 and controlled it until
last October, when it was sold to John Tern
ison, of Now London, Mo., for $0,800. It
was insured by the Underwriters for $3,000.
Washington, Juno 2. President Oar
field will tako a trip to Fortress Monroe
on the United States steamer Dispatch,
leaving here to-morrow morning and re
turning Saturday evening. Secretary Lin
coln returned to the city last night and re
sumed duty this morning.
THE BOARD OF HEALTH.
The national board of health has re
elected the present officers. Tho quaran
tine matter is disposed of, the executive
committee being empowered to use its dis
cretion relative to requiring vessels bound
for New Orleans to stop at Ship Island or
Samples of flour or other powdered sub
stance are declared unbailable, except
when put in transparent bags and sealed
so no particles can sift through. Tho bags
must be enclosed in boxes or tubes made ot
hard wood or metal, with sliding or clasp
or screw lids without sharp corners.
Through Grain from St. Paul of New
From the Keokuk Constitution.!
The steamer Victory, of the St. Louis and
St. Paul line, this morning passed up with
three barges, two of which are to bo load
ed with bulk grain at St. Paul for transpor
tation without change ,0 New Orleans and
thence dirou to Liverpool. This is the In
augural step arising out of the barge agita
tion, and will bo made an experimental
trip, as many have declared their belief
that grain transported in this manner
would heat and sprout after its arrival in
New Orleans. To prove that it can bo thus
carried, and that, too, in the heat of
summer, is the object of tho experiment at
the present time. There is not a particle of
Joubtot its success, provided tho grain is
dry and in good condition when stored in
the hold. These barges are built expressly
lor the carrying ot grain, and are perfectly
water tight, so no dampness can reach the
grain, ror tins trip the rate has been fix
ed at the wonderfully low price of 28 cents
per 100 from St. Paul to Liverpool, which
sum represents tho entire expense to tho
shipper. The result ot the Victory's trip
will be watched with great interest.
One of tho largest clothing manufac
turers of Madison, Ind., Mr. Julius Hoff
stadt, bears hearty testimony to tho won
derful cure by St. Jacobs Oil, of his wifo
who suffered terribly with rheumatism.
Permanent relief followed its use.
A Cough, Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. .Neglect frequently re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or Con
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma. Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
tho Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers uro subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
un entiro generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among the few staplo
remedies of tho ago. Sold at 25 cents a
Dr. Klino'8 Oreat Nervo Restorer is tho
marvel of tho ago for all Nerve Diseases,
All fits stopped free. Send to 931 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
Buffalo, N. Y., February, 1873.
James I. Fellows, Esq.!
Dear Sir I havo used other prepara
tions of riypophosphltes; but they do not
compare with yours, which I think is tho
best medicine for tho nervous system 1 ever
used. Fellows' Compound 8yrup of Hypo
phosphites supplies matter for bono and
blood, rendering it highly beneficial for
feeblo children. Yours truly,
W. T. Horner,
Editor and Publisher "Buffalo Journal."
Iadia E. PiNKnAM's Vcgetablo Com
pouud Is a remarkable remedy for all thoso
painful complaints and weaknesses so com
mon to our best female population. Send
toMrs.Lydia E. Pinkham, 233 Western
Avotme, Lynn, Mass., tor pamphlets.
No Matter What Ilapiiena
You may rest assured that you are .ate In
being speedily cured by Thomas' Eclcctric
Oil In all cases of rheumatim, neuralgia,
toothache, etc Ono trial only is necessary
to prove its efllcaey. Paul O. Schuh, Agent.