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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY ' 1IOBNINO, AUGUST 19, 1881.
NEW SERIES NO. 335
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THE TWENTY-FI11ST ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE . I
EQUITABIE 1IFE ASSUIIAKCE SOCIETY
OF THE UNITED STATES, 120 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
HENRY B. HYDE, President.
FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1880. .
Amount or Lbdob A.srrs, Jan. 1.
1HHO - t
Interest .id rente
Net profit on Investments
From the undivided surplus, reversionary divl
end. will b. declared, available on settlement of
next annual premium, to ordinary participating
pOIICIB.. ' i
The valuation of the Dollclea outstanding hu
been made on the American experience table, the
tegai man aura or inn stale oinew xork.
t 4t,71o.lW7 06
ClaiDi.br death and matured endow
ments 3,1)07,504 84
Dividend., surrender value., and an-
Buttle. 1,100,410 IX
Discounted endowment and matured
tontine policies ... 178 mm
Total paid policy holders...... 4,T93,SM7OT
Dividend oa capital 7,000 00
Agencies and teinmit.lous
General expenses ...... 'JMJMU 1
Slate, eoumy and city taxes. ta,m 70
Net caSti asset. Dec. SI. 1880. $ ,409,M4 03
Bund, and mortgage-.--...... t B,OM,475 r
United Statu slocks ,M:i,VH 00
Bute stocks, city stocks, and .toek.
authortiMbv th laws of the. taw
ol New York.
Loans ..cures by bond, and atocka. :
Ileal eitata In New fork and Boston
and purchased nnder forecloanre..
Cash on band In banka and athcr de
poattoriue on interest and in tran.il .
(.luce received) 2,18307 23
Duj from agent, on account of pre
Market value of slocks and bonds
Interest "ju rents doa and accrued..
l'reiolume due and in process of
Election (lea premiums paid In
Deferred premiums" .
Total assets, Dec SI, lft0 .. f 41,l,re 32
Total liabilities including legal ra
.t-rve for reinsurance of all .exist
ing policies.- - nm.m 11
. lS,JM Oft
Total undivided snrplu -....$ ,,3V4 t
Ol which belongs (u eompnted) to
na ice. m general class........
Of which belong, (as computed) to
4 4514 SI
policies In tontine class 4,28300 '
Risks Assumed in 1880,$35,170,805 00
Risks Outstanding $177,587,703 00
We, the undersigned, have. In Derson. carefully
examined the accounts, and counted and examined
in detail the Meets of the society, and certify that
the foregoing statement thereof I. correct.
DB.-VMiaMTUlf r. RANDOLPH,
JAMES M, HALHTKl),
TH9MA8 A CUMMINS,
URN HV K, TBHBKLL,
JOHN SLOAN K.
Special Committeo of the Board ot Directors,
appoinieuuct. ct, to examine the aasets
and account, at the close of the year.
' B0AED Or" DIRKCT0M.
Henry B. Hyde,, John A. Stewart.
ueorge u. w organ, ,
Ueorge T. A doa,
ll.nrv A, Hurlbat, ',
Henry F. Hpauldlng,
William M. Fogg,
William A. Wbeilof.k,
William O. Lambert,
llennr H. Terbell
Thoma. 8. Youuc.
Thorn.. A. t iimruln.,
tinlel I). 11.
amps M. Ilal.tead,
Edward W. Hlmhert,
B. F. Itandolpb,
Heurv y. Butler,
(jeorgs 11. Btewart,
JAMES W. ALEXANDER. .Vice Prei't.
SAMUEL BOHROWE, 2d Vice rres't.
K. W. LaiBhcrt, M. D., Edw'd Curtis, M D.
E.W.Mcott, Superintendent of Agencies.
North Western Department.
loS Dearborn Street, Chicago.
W.N. CltAINE, Gtnertl Manager.
fi. E. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Tiuas Akiiivg. taams naPABt.
Vall.-..M. 4:10a.m I 'Mail S:SS p.m
EipreM t:m txoras ... 8 p.
Accom'dation. 4KW p.m tAccomdatloa. il :10 a m
MISS CENTRAL R. R
tMall . H:S0p.mtMail... . .. S:Ma.m
tEiores. . 11.-: am tlxpreaa rHOa.m
C. ST. U R. R. (Narrow Oange )
BipreM 4:S0p.mKxpres ... 9:40 a.m
Accom'datoin M:) p.m Aca-a'datlon. 1 :J0 p.m
Sundayexcnr'n 8:05 p.m bunday excar n 8.40 a-m
HT.L., I. M. 4 8. K. R.
.... I Ma.mltKxDre.... .l:5p m
tAecom'datlon. S:p.m tAceom'daUon.U:45 a m
CAIRO t VINCKNNE8 R. R.
Mall Ka .... S0a.mMaU Ex....
Dally except Bunday. t Daily.
Mayor N.R. Thistlewnod.
Treajurer T J. Kerth.
Clerk-Dennis. J, Foley.
Counselor Win. B. Ollbert.
Marahal-L. H. aley.ra,
. aoAKA or AininaS"-
First Ward-Peter 8anp. T. M . Kimbroogh.
, 5iSnd Ward-Je.ae Ulnkl;, C . N. Hughe..
' d v uu L. John Wood.
irh wudnarras 0. PaU-i. Adolph 8 wo-
bFinn Ward-T. W, Hallldar. Ernest B. Pattlt.
Circuit Jndge-O. J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk-A. II. lrriu.
County Judge R. S ocuin.
County Clerk-8. J. Ilumm.
County Attorney-J. M.Damron.
(bounty Treaaftrer-Mlles W. I'arkrr.
Onroner-M. rmgeraii n.llld.v J A
CouotyCommlMioners-T. W. HalllUay,
ulbba aud amuol owi-
lAlRl) BAPTIST. Teraperanea hall on Tenth
PAliT.? Jhinf am and third Sundava in
;lnihrll a. m. and 7::) p. in.: prayer meet
Thnrdav 7:P. m ; Bunday school, :su a m
jngTburuay,T.jop. uy A j' HB88, Pa.lor.
Kuchasiitt; : m Sunday school ; to: a.m
TMR8T MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHDRCO.
- FKl.U0:80..n,.,p. ir..,.nd T:M p m.
1 ... tnr
a n-HKRAN-Tblrteenth street; services Bah
MTHOD18T-Cor. Elght and Walnut streets;
Preaching Sabbath 10:aO . m. and 7B.
orayeV Tee ng, Wedne.day -100 P- m.; Sunday
Khool, Wblttaksr, pastor.
- .it vorytKRI AN Eighth street; preaching on
i Sabbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:80 p. m.; Prayer
mestlnB Wednesday at 7:)p.m.t Bunday School
Rev B. x. ueore, pasior.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'B PATENT
AUD . i
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
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J . O. VAN C1SK. jAcwanes-
John D Jones.
itobert Leaox Kennedy,
. haimcy M. Depew, i
- bujannn William. on,
. Uenry M. Alexander,
., William Walker,
K Boudiuol Colt,
Thomas A. Middle,
George t. Kellogg,
Joae P, Navarro,
John i. MrCook.
Htrphen H. Phillips,
Vmnel W. Torrey,
Alexander P. Irvln,
T. DeWItt Cuyler,
l.oii Is Fitzgerald,
Wlli a M. Uli.a,
Willlar.' Alexander, '
Bamual Q. Goodrich.
E. A. BURNETT. Afrent,
CAIRO ANI NEW MADRID PACKET.
TO NEW MADRID.
W. J. TURNER. Master
J. K. MUPR, Cierk.
Ixavea Cairo for New Madrid and war points
every Tneaday. Thuradav and Saturday at p. m
Returnlug leaves new xaaria weanetaay, rnaay
and Monday at 7a.m.
For freight or paewee sppiy to
JAMK8 BIUOB, Agent.
CE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON,WELI
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
fJIHE CITY NATNOAL BANK
W.P. HALLIDT, President.
H. L. HALLIDAT, Vice-Preeldenu
TH08. W. QALLIDAT, Cashier.
S. STA17S TlTLOft, W, P. HALUDAT,
anav l. haixjuat, at. a. crjitmwanAn,
. it. ilua.o, artrasM bird,
a. a. oAHDia.
Kichanjre, Coin and United States Bouds
BOCQHT AND 80LD.
A Startling Eevelation
of Suitering :
"0h, My God, Howl Did Suf-
I, -. ,
' "I K-riich-tly;' .Prayed to Die."
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
' MCV? YORK 6RAIN. ' !-: ; ,
New York, August 18. J3 M. ' ' ,,
Wheat excited No. 2 Chicago
f I 3233. No. 2 Red Winter, $1
Depo.lurecelved and a general banking tnrlnet i
T have been afflicted for twenty year, with an
nriinate .kin nlsentv, callod hy some M. I).
s Psorla.la, and others Leprosy, commencing on
my scalp, and, in .plto all I could do, with the
help ol Hie 'most skilful doctors. It slowly but
ihurely extended, uutll a year ago this winter It
covered my entire pvr.ou In form of dry scales. For
the lat three years I have been nnable to do any
labor, and differed Inten.oly all tbs time. Every
mortlng ther could bo nearly a duatpanl'ul of
ole. tllkH fruM the sheet op my bed, sooie of
Ih em half a. large at (he envelope containing tbi
letter. In the latter part of the winter my ekin
commence, cracking open. 1 tried everything,
almost, that' eouid be thonchl of, without sny re
lief. The 1'Jth of Jjine I started wchI, In hopes I
could reach the riot Kprlng. I reached Detroit,
and was so low I thought I should have to go to the
hospital, but Uually got as far as Lansing, Mich.,
where I had a slater living . ; One Dr, treated
me about two weeks but did me no good. All
thouuht 1 had '.nt a short time to live. 1 earue.tly
prayed to die, Cracked through the .kin all over
the back, acrof s mv ribs, arms, hands, llmliH, feet,
badly swollun, toe-nails enmo off. flnger-ualls dead
and bard a. bone, bair dead, dry nnd llfelr.s a. old
straw. U. rar 0id, now I did .offer.
"My .later, Mr.. E. !-Duvi., had a small part
of a box of cutir.ura in the bou. She wouldn't
give up; .aid 'We will try (lutlhura.1 Home wan
applied ou one hand and arm. Eureka) thttrc wa
relief; stopped the terrible burning .en.atton from
the word go. They immediatly got the Kesolvent,
Cntlcnra and soap. I commented by taking one
tableepoonful of Kesolvent three times a day, after
meal.; had a bath once a day, water about blood
heat ; nned Cuticura.oap Troely; applied Cuticura
morning and evening. Result, returned to my
home in six weeks from time I left aud my skin as
smooth a. tbl. sheet of paoer.
HI HAM F..CARPENTKU,
Henderson,. lefferson county, N. Y.
Hworn to before me thl Ilh day of January,
Jii.tico of the Peace.
NO HUMAN AGENCY
Cau io speedily, permanently and economically
cleanse the blood, clear the complexion and skin,
restore the hair, and cure every specie, ucntng
.ca v and scrofulous humors of the skin, scalp an
blood aa the cutlcura remedies, consisting ol Cull-
cure Resolvent, the new blood pur;nr, aud Cut I
eura and Cutlcura Soap, the great skin cures
Ask your druggist about them. Klght nere in this
town you may And evidences of their greet heallug
miwera. - .
For sunburn, tan and ' reasv sklu n Cutlcura
Soap, an exquisite t'.iic',lath and nnrsiry.anallve
fragrant with delicious flower odors atd healltig
Cutlcura remrdles are for sale by all druggist.
Price of Cutkura, a medicinal telly, .mall boxe
fik-u : larire boxe. 11. t'ulicura resolvent, th
new hlnod nurtfler. 1 1 Dor boHlo. Cllllrura Medl
clnal Shaving Koap. lcts; In bars for linrbers and
large consumers. Wicts. principal oepol
WEEKS POTTKK, Boelon, la..
CfAll mailed free on receipt of price.
OUICAOO, ORAIN AND PORK.
CmtAoo, August '18, 13 a. m. .,' ..;
1 Pork-Sen. 1 17 9."5, . . f
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i Wheat, Oct, $1 an','; Septenjber,
1 23tf. . ' , 1
Corn-Oct, 37c- tk-p, 37c., ;' 1 ' ;
Oati-Oct. 37),' ; SepOOJ.. , . ' ' ; 1
CnicAoo, August 18, 12 m. ' '
Pork-8ep 17 85; ' "',') (
Wheat Oct, 1 2:j, ; September,
H 23ji. ; . , -!;v ( f
Corn-Sep, 04.t'c; Oct,C2.' .- ;.'
Oats-Oct, 37Ji ; Bep.38.
, CmcAtM), August 18, 1 m. . (
Pork - Oct, $18 025; Heptomber,
17 HO. ; ' ;
Wheat Oct,'.vl 2a,V5fpi
t 22. . . ' ,
Corn Oct, C'c;, Beptemher, 63c.
Oats-Oct 29; Sep, 38ft-
One Coi.iin'h Voltaic
F.i t(THlr l'l.ATf,i. tootlna
Citt Ci.irk's orrn x I
f.Ainn. 111.. Anirust 4. 1W1.
Killed nmnuKal. will be received at this office,
directed to the undersigned, uulil 6 o'clock p. m.,
Tues day, Augnat 3rri, 1M1. for furnishing 900 feet.
Inch Internal -niameicr. piy who d i.ij
trenethened, and sealed ends. Are engine rubber
hone, fitted with Caswell', automatic couplings,
delivered here. Said hid. to glvo weight of hose
per section snd number of pound, water pressure
per squsre Inch, guaranteed to .land .isofor length
of time such hose are wBrrntd. The right to
reject sny and all bids Is re.rved. ,
It. J FOLKT, City Clerk,
II. .MAREAN, M. D.
Hoiueopiithic Physician and Surgeon.
Office on Commereial avenue near the corner of
Eighth strut, over Taber Brother's Jewelry store.
Residence corner Fourteenth slreet and Wash
The Celebrated Electro Vapor and Medloated
Bath, wble h are an tiuralllng cure for Rheumatism
Neuralgia, Fever-A cue and many other ailments,
administered daily during office hours.
Office hours, from Hte i a, a from ' to 5 aud
from 7 to 8 P. a
Q.E0U0E II. LEACII.M.D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of surgical diseases, and dlseasos of womou
and children. ' , ,
Office: Nolo Eighth street, near Commorclal
avenue, Cairo, III.
prrilavliig lately increased his facilities is now
prepared to do promptly
ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING.
I.IUHT ANU UXAVT TAOONS MADE TO OIUIER.
Ilorae sjhoeing is Six't liilty.
Thankinir the nubile for their liberal patronago.
I hops by square dealing and prompt attention to
business to have a continuance of the same
CilVIMB A CALL.
at J p. sa
ST JOBBPH'8--Homan Catholic) Corner Cross
and I Walnut T streets ; services Sabb.th 10:80 a.
iT.s Sunday School an p. ro. v p. . j w
5:iJ r.vV dav at 8 a. m. Hey. O liars, Priest.
Vesnera 1 p. m. ; s
. O Uara, rrlust.
- . . H.,l.All.eH,MUUIh
ST PATRICK B Roman ww..jvuiii "iu
treat and WMhtngton avenue; aerrlces Bab
bath 8 and 10 a. m. ; Vesper. I p. m. r
p. m. orvtoe every day at I a. m. Rev. MasUirsou
, jfEW YORK 8T0RE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest . Variety Stock
IVT THE OITV.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIEB tte OO..
Cor.NlneUinthlMt CalTO. 111.
JJR. E. W. WHITL0CK,
O-nciB No. 1M Commercial Avenue,
Eighth and Ninth Btreeu
JJR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICB-Klghtk Street, near Corns ercla". Avsnn
STOVES AND TINWARE.
gTOVES 1 STOVES ! !
ALL 80ETS,, 'SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in ,
' ( " -t . ' , .f ' t ,
TIN, COPPER SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL) EIHDS OF JOB WORK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
uiiu """Inm-an'iete. Is far mtperior to every
UMAfe lJ"iSJiothnr appliance before the
oi A .r(7 puouc. incv insianny re
aVrlaTIW lieve Dyspepsia. I.lver Com
plaint, Malaria Fever ard Ague and Kidney and
Urinary Difficulties, and may be worn over the pit
of the stomach, over the kidneys or auv affected
part. Price cents. Hold evervwhere.
w etna is ru 1 1 tit, nosuiu, mas..
, The Water Famine at Decatur. '
Dkcatur, III., August .17. This after
noon Gilbert Howell's pasture wai net on
re by sparks from an Illinois Central lo
comotive, ami it burned savagely for uear
thirty minutes. There has been , no rain
since July 15 in this neighborhood. Rain
Ii oufl 'of the biggest scheme tor St. Louis
that you oi aoyouo ever heard about. Do
you know what all thia conaolidatiou busi-
ncsi mean!" , .,
The reporter frankly disclaimed any pre-
cient knowledge, and asked to bo enlight
ened. : 1 . ' : r.i
"It means that after SDviner out thn land.
Jay Gould has come to the conclusion that
8t. Louis' offers Utter inducements as a
shipping point than either Chicago or ! To
ledo. Ir he 'overlooked 8t. Louia as a term
inal point for his Southeastern system, and
the Wabash, 8t Louia and Pacific Railway,
he would have to move, his grain to New
liork Or some other Eastern port, Paying
heavily to carrying lines for transportation.
Freight rates are drawn so low now that he
could not contemplate such a possibility
with any chance of profit.' Now the Mis
sissippi relieves liira from the dilemma, and
he improves the occssion, as he always
does, by securing control of its carrying
lines." ' ' " "
"In the winter season, when navigation
is lsBded, how will the trd6 he carried
By way of Rtilaiont, Mo., and Cairo. 111.
At the former place an elevator has been
built, not so much for storage purposes as
for transhipping ,'from the cars to barges.
The Missouri roads will send their cars
direct into the elevator, which will have
facilities for unloading s!i cars simultane
ously. The capacity of the bins is estimat
ed at 500,000 bushels, enough for
ALL PRACTICAL WANTS.
The Wabash during the zero term will
ttnw wniiM nrit anvA thn lutf tilanfaf! corn.
which is hopelessly fired. Thecistern. and flTnd. ,'ar "" .&t C5r0. wliere; , '
wells are getting lower every day, nd a
seriouH water famine exists in some qtinrters
of the Cfiinty. . " ' '
derstsnd, the Illinois Central will soon
commence Jo erect a commodious eleva
" "What is the cost compared with theover-
"At presens the rates are from 6J8
Bruised and Almost Suffocated.
DiX ATtiR, III., August 17Snmuel Per
kins, aed fifty years, while digging in a cents a bushel, and as tho barge men admit
tile ditch eight feet deep, north of this they could carry on the same trade at 3
city, had hi right collar Ihuc broken in centa and book a profit. By these figures
two pluces and was nearly smothered to you can readily appreciate the value of the
death by the sides of the ditch caving in on river as a cheap carrier."
him. lie barely escaped with his lite.
A new field for woman's enterprise has
been developed by a Quincy lady, Miss Lil-
CuEEtt, III, August 17.-Mr. Henry He glocum- wbo manageg gUble
Wagner's son, a child two years of age, was d bw ne ln and fcM
Domwy ourneu ynwrusy t, , j head, in the face of many obstacles, until
pouring u,u uu i.B oi -.u he h inve8ted 20i000 ln gtock and gtyl,
us luce auu cnesi. i oc t'.iun la iu gicnv turnouts
agony, but it is thought he will recover.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE tSfl, STATES.
On and after Monday, Jnne till, and until lurther
notice theferryhoat will maka trips as follows:
LSAVXS ' I.IAVXS LBAVIS
Foal Fourth St. Missouri Land g. Kentucky Ld g.
8:00 a. m-. 6:80 a. m. a. m.
10:00 s. m. 1(1 :30 a.m. 11a.m.
U:00p.ra. 2:30p.m. 3 p.m.
4:00 p.m. l:3Cp.ni, &;0tlp. m.
i p.m. 2:30 p.m. 8 p. m
Q W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindliiu
Hlirbest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
THE IOH, KING.
Rsadyanw.tofttrnUhand dollyor ICE In any
qtantlty both wholesale and retail, and at ,
'! "' ' .I v " I i;
50CK BOTTOM PBICES.
, I nspest tally solid' th d atrontdo of all at old
trleads and as mam r-.S.- .annlosiliam
..... """-l".".7.Vi UI.BK.
' i - tt i uv '
constantly on baud
At Seventy-live cents per load.
St a vo Trim miners
At one dollar per load.
The "trlmmlngs"are coarse shavings and make
ths best summer wood for cooking purposes as well
as the cheapest ever sold in Cairo. For black
smith's use Insetting tires, they are unequalled
Leave yuor orders at the Tenth street wood yard
A Serious Runaway.
Odin, III, August 17- A horse belong
ing to Shell Dace took fright wkile being
driven thrjugb the street , and became un
managable, running away. He Made a tot"
nl wreck ot the buggy and badly bruised
Mr. Dace about the head and. face.
Killed by a Tramp.
Ukbana, III, August 17. A desperate
'air uccuiTod this evening ten miles east,
in St. Joseph Towhship. Mr. Alexander
wits drawing a loud of brick, when a tramp
came out of the uim,s mul askd to ride.
When on the wagon he demanded Alexan
der's money, and in the resulting contest
shot at Alexander twice. The second shot
pierced Alexander's bowels, aud he will
die. The tramp fled into the ' woods and
has escaped. Sheriff Oldham, of this city,
has started for tho scene of the murder
in pursuit of the fiend. Alcxaudcr is an
old man. No other particulars are obtain
able tonight. 1 ' '
Miss Kittie LUUer, of Nokomis, was
married . Monday, to Dr. George S.Easter
day, of Albuquerque, N. M.
j The oNLt absolute specific we know of
for sneering, snuffling and choking catarrh
or nead Colds' Is Sanford's Radical Cure,
which tor the small sum of $1 affords in
stant relief and invariably cures. Medical
Times. 'v ; ' ,
Mas. A. N. 'Frank, 177 West Tupper
Street, Buffalo, N. Y, says she has used
Thomas1 Eclectric Oil for severe toothache
and neuralgia, and considers it the best
thing he ' knows of for relieving pain.
ram u. ncnun, Agent. '.'.
SHIPPING TO THE SEA.
Consolidation of the Barge Lines About
TflK INTKHKSTS OF BT. LOUIS' ANO CAIRO
' WILL BE CARED FOR. '
Glabe Domocrat of Yesterday.
The fusion of tho Mississippi Valley
Transportation Company and the St. Louis
and New Orleans Transportation Company,
while not being an accomplished fact, is so
near maturity that all further equivocation
is suspended and the two powerful corpora
tions admit the compact. All doubt if any
Let the poor sufferers from female com
plaints take courago and rejoice that a pain
leas remedy hits been found., vWe refer to
Lydia E. Piukham's Vegetable compound.
It is prepared at 'Z.V& Western Avenue.Lynn,
mass, send to Mrs. nnkoam for pamph
lets. ,.... .,
Love Your Neighbor
Whcu your friend or neighbor is laboring
under bodily afflictiou, indigestion, bilious
ness, constipation, caused by impurity of
blood, ai disorders of the kidneys or liver,
don't fail ' to recommend Burdock Blood ,
Bitters, asure and safe remedy. Price
11.00', trial ai.o 10 cents.
, Backlen's Arnica Salve. ,
The best salve ' in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, tever sores,
ettcr, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions.' This' salve is
guaranteed to give perfect' satisfaction in
verycasoor money refunded. Price, 35
cents per box.' For sale by Geo. E. O'IIara
' 1 V , 'I" I
' O. Bortlo, Manchester, N. Y.,was troubled
with asthma for eleven years. Had been
obliged to sit up sometimes ten or twelve
nichta in succession. Found immediate re-
existed regarding the truth of the state-1 bet from Thomas' Eclectric Oil, and is now
mcnta published in tho GloWDomocrat eutirely curen.
. s -,-a
r-, , !!'! ti
wero dissipated yesterday morning On the
arrival of Capt. Henry Lourey from New
York- Ho appeared on 'Chango early in
the morning when the attenuated attend
ance wus not of such an exciting nature as
on the previous day, when Capt. Haarstick
was surrounded by an anxiotm throng. Ho
only remained on tho floods . few minutes
and then hied himself away to his retreat on
tho fourth floor, where he flattered himself
ho was safo from the tempestuous assauls of
brokers and newspaper men. The former
camo in herds, whilo the latter ' was
represented by only two mild-eyed speci
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around with a celerity that is strictly con
fined to the dissemination of rumors, and
before many hours had winged their flight
tho good-natured )tCommodore',Hbad his
sensibilities severely taxed.. ( One gentle
man who had ,long intorvlew,prevailod on
tho writer to listen to his ' ' ' ' i
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frantically waived hit hands in space, "this
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