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TUB TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
OP THE UNITED STATES, 120 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
HENRY Ii. HYDE, President.
,vr. FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1880.
f Fret tb. andlvldad surplu. revurslonarr divl
denda will bs declared, available on eettlemonl of
next annuel prwulum, to ordinary partclpatlng
polleic. r '
The valoaUou of the nollele outstanding has
been tnads on the American experience labia, lue
le(fl ttndra ofllift lilt, of New York.
. W. PJIILLII'H, I .,,,'
' VAN CI8E. Actuaries.
We. ths undersigned, have, la person, carefully
examined the jwxuunl., and counted aud examined
in detail tin wx'U of the .ix.i.ly, aud certify that
the foregoing atalemeut thereof la correct.
BKNNINUTON F. HANUOLPH,
JAMES M. 1IALHTKD,
THOMAS A. CUMMINS,
special Com in It We of the Board of Directors,
y appoint. Oct. T, 1880, to examine the M.ets
and accoante at the close of the year. '
BOARD 0' 1)1 EKCTOJM.
. i.. ....
John A. Stewart,
. John D Jonna,
Hubert Lenox Kennedy,
. t'henncy M. Pepew,
Hnry M. Aleiaiidur,
William Walker, .
K Houdioot Colt,
George 0 Kellc8, '
Joae If. Navarro, ,,
John i. McCoox,
tep0 H. FuUIIU.
famuel W . Torrey,
Alex.nder V. Irvtn,
T. DeWItt Coyler, ;
Louie Kitf ei-rald,
Wlll'am M Hit...
Samuel O. Goodrich.
Jeprge T- Adee, i
HotKY A. Hurllmf,
Henry T Bpauldlng,
William A. Wneelock,
William . Umhart,
Henry 0. Marqaaad
James W. Alexander,
Heury 8. Terliall
Thorn. B. Young.
Thorn a. A. Camiuln..
Daniel p. Lord,
Jamna M. Ualttesd,
Kdward W. Hlrobert,
B.F. Kendolph, .
Uenry N. Butler.
Georg U. btewaft.
JAME8 W. ALEXANDER, VicePren't.
SAMUEL BORROWE, 2d Vice rita't.
E. W. Umbcrt, M. DH Edw'd Uurtia, M. D.
E. W. Scott, Safierilitcndtint of Agencies.
North West era Department,
log Dearborn Htreet, Chicago.
W. N. CHAINS, Gcner&l Manager.
E.A. BURNETT. Agent,
Circuit Jndie O. i. Bake r.
Circuit Clerk A. II. Irvlu.
County Judge K. B Yocum.
County Clerk B.J. Ilntnm
County Attorney J . M. Damron.
county Tr.eeurer itiioa w. rarxer.
sheriff John Hodffre.
Coroner R. Flti gerald.
Coaaty Commloeloner T.
Olbba and rfamuesl Brtley.
W. Balllday, J. A.
CAIRO BAPTIST. Temperance hall on Tenth
airvet; preachinc lint and tbird Sunday, la
each month, 11 a in. and 7:) p. m l prayer m act
io Thnraday, IX p. m : Busday .chool, 9 :S0 a.m.
Kev. A. J. H K33. Faator.
CHlTRfn OF THB RKDIBMIR-Clplaeopat)
FourtrwaU atnetl Sunday 7. Qua. m.. Holy
KuchaaUt; : a. m., Sunday ichool ; 10:t5 a.m.,
Iteming prayer itin p. m.. evening prayera. F.
P. Dev. port, B. T, K. KecUir.
FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTI8T CHURCH.
Prearhlng at 10:) a. ... 8 p. m., and 7S0 p. m.
Bahbatb exhool at 7::) p. m Kev. T. J. Shore.,
LtTTBIRAN-Thlrteentb treet: ervic Sab
bath I :SU a. m. ; Sunday achoolip.m. Rev.
II T KTHODIST Cor. Klrtth and Walnut .treeta;
111 I'mu-hlnff Habnatn 1U-.4V a. m. ana i o. m
reyer tneetlug, Wednoaday t:30 p. m.; Bonday
cbool, a. . Rev. Whittakei, paator.
TRE8BYTKRIAS-KlKhth tret; preaching on
I Hahhath at 11 XO a. m. ana 7:' p. m
Mini Wedneadav at 7'.t0 p. m
at 3 p.m. Kev B.Y. iore, paator.
Hainan Catholic) Corner Croaa
nri Walnut atreeu: aervlce. Bahbath lOiSOa.
D.; Sunday tichool at t p.m.; veira p. in.; .or
neea every day at a. m. Rev. O llara, l'ric.t.
ST. PATRICK'S- Roman CaUiollc) Corner Ninth
atreet and Waahlnguin arenne; aerflcea Sab
bath 8 and lu a. m. ; Veapera i p. m.; Sunday School
I p. m. tarvlcea every day at 8 a m. Rev. Mastt-non
Mayor N. B. Tbiatlewood.
Treaaurer T J.Kerth.
Clerk-Dennla. J, Polrr.
Counaelor-Wm. B. Gilbert.
Marabal-L. II. Mcy..ra,
Attorney William Hendrir.ka.
aoABD or aLDXMIXK.
Kirat Ward-Peter 8ann. T. M. Klmbroukh.
Hecond Ward-JeMe lllukle, C. N. Hugh...
Third Ward B. F, Blako, John W ood. -Fourth
Ward-Cbatlea 0. Patter, Adolph 8wo-
bPm'h Ward-T. W. HallWay. Krneat B. Pettlt.
R.R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R-H.
..iiiniva. TRAINB PXPARTi
a .m m.
Accom'dation. i :00 p.m
M198 CBNTKALR. R.
ExDrea... 11:30 a m tKxprces
C. 8T. U. R. R. (Narrow Gauge )
Rinrea 4:S0p.m Expreaa 0:40 a.m
Aecom'datoln 12:30 p.m Accom'dation. 1:30 p.m
8unocur' 8:05 p.m Bnnday exeur'n 3:40 a.m
BT.L., I.M. AB.K. R.
4a.nrna 2: "'a m I tRxprc 12:(Rp m
H?ffi'atVon. I rAccom'd.tlou.ll:45a.m
Mall 4 E :W n I M,U El- ,:M p m
Dally except Bonday. t Dally.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN" TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIER &OO..
0or. Nineteenth atrwtl CairO. 111.
Oomm.rclal Avenue I VOIAU, Uli
AnouNTor LxDuxaMiT, Jan. I.
1HH0 ,.. , .) . . .
Interval and rent.
Net profit oo Investment ,,
Claim by d tatb and matured endow-
"nt .... . 'I'JflJM 84
Dividend, surrender values, aud an
nul tie St.106,410 04
Discounted endowment and matured
tontine pollclt... 178 963 0
Total paid policy-holder.,
Dividend on capital
Kui'ral expeDM. ,
Hiaio, county and city taxei
... f 4,T9.ri7 7
.... bm.Kiu m
mm 88,818 7U
Netcaah aitota, Dee. SI. 1880. . $ 8,40.844 02
Honda and mortKai5.M.. f ,0.VM7fn
l'altd buitca utocke li,!i:i,Mll U)
lilaUi .tor In. cltr .lock., and atneka
author! l hy th. law. or the atate
of New York ... ,!lR7.4aJ 47
Loan aef nred hy bond, and .lock.. l,A,t2 m
lteal cataM In New York and Boaton
and pnrchaaHd tinder forw.loeure.. 8,iV8.Wi
I'anh on hand in lianka and other d-
noaitarieaonintcrti.tand In tranail
(alnto received) '. 2,18.1.107 83
Una from amenta un account of pre-
tnluma ..... m.iil ti
f 38,4U9,e4t CW
Market value of atocka and bond.
over coet .
lutereat and runt due and accrued . .
Premlunia dii and In procea of
collertion (lea. prvmluma paid In
advance. Ka.OUl) 183.33!) 00
Deferred premium""" ti.Vi.MK Sti
Total araola, Dec. SI, 1880 41,li,0i ti
Total llahilltiea including legal re
aerve ror rein.tirance or all exiat-
lllg policie.. 31.H80.3O8 11
Total nndlvidod turplua.
,.f t,tx,m SI
Of which tielonge (aa computed) to
pol'de. la general elaa.... '4,915,064 21
Of which belong (aa computed) to
policies In tontine elaaa -m... 4,283.230 (W
Risks Assumed in 1880, $35,170,805 00
Risks Outstanding - $177,597,703 00
PROPRIETOR OF 8PROAT8 PATENT
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Ijoads a Specialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leree,
rpnE CITY NATNOAL BANK
W. P. HALLIDAY, Preaident.
H. L. HALLIDAY, Vice-Preeldenl.
TH0S. W. I1ALL1DAY, Cafhler.
. aTAlT TATUB, W. . 1ALUD.T,
aBNKT L. BALUniT, a. u. conaiweH A,
. u. anixiAiaoN, stipbih man,
a. a. OANoaa.
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND BOLD.
Depoattarecelved and a general banking hurl nan
(VKavlBg lately Increased his facilities Is now
prepared to do promptly
ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING.
IIOHT AND H1AVT WAGONS NADR TO OltDElt.
Horee Khoelng h Srieclalty.
Thanking the mibllo for their liberal natronage,
1 hope by square doallDg and prompt attention to
huatness to have a continuance of the same
(illVB MB A CALL.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY!
U IT. U Li QVg O
Prejmred fi-om the choicest
Fruits, without coloring, poison
ous oils, acids, or artificial
Essences. Always uniform in
ntretiffth, without mi if aflHltsrn
tions or imimritifM. Have yaintd
(fc'r reputation from their iter
ftrt purity, superior strength
and fpiatitg. Admitted by alt
who hare used them as the most
delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings,
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, III., and St, Louis, Mo.,
Makra of Lupulin Yeast Oema,
Dr. PrlcVa Cream Baking Powder,
and Dr. Price's Unique Perfumes
We make no second grade goods.
Malaria la an Unseen Vaporing
Pol.on. aoruadlnff diaimav and death In manv lo-
cal'tiea. for which qninine i no genuine antidote
tint lor tne enrrt. ot which ltiMVutter a stomacn
Btttere i not onlv a thorouzh remedy, but a relia
ble preveuli (. To llila fact tbure la an over-
heluilne array of li-Ktimony, extending over a
nenod of thirtv rear. All die order of the II. or.
atomach and bowide are alao coi qucred hy the
I or aalo by all drugu'lat and dealer
MILL AND COXIIS8I0N.
DIALS 11 IM
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Q.E0UGE n. LEACH, M. D.
Plivsician antl Surgeon,
Hnecial attention iaid to the IlomtMinathic Iroat
munt or surgical dlaeaavs. and diacaau of women
Office: NolO Eighth atroot, near Cummurclal
avonno, Cairo, in.
y II. MAREAN, M.I).
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon
Offlra on Commercial awnuo near tbu rorner of
Klghtb street, overTaher lirother's Jewelry toro
Realdeuco comer Foiirtoentb struct and Wath
Ington avenue,: i .
Ths Colobrated Electro-Vapor and Mediated
BatUa which are an unfailing euro for Kbcumatlam
Neuralgia, Kor-Agne aud many olhor ailment,
administered dally during oftlce houre.
nmnj. hntin. from R to la a. .. from 1 to 6 and
J)R, ,E. W. WTIITLOCK,
r Dwntal . Sur&eon.
ft2r$S: ' Commercial Avenoa, between
J)R. W. 0. JOCELYN,
OFlfipB-Klghtk Stmt, near Coma srotal AvtaM
MORNING, AUGUST 23, 1881.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
fi ' . ' :
j NEW YORK OUAIN.
New YoitK, AugiiHt 22, 13 m.
'.Wheat irregular No. i Chicago
$1 3233. No. 2 Red Winter, $1 30H
1 i i ' . :
UI11CA00, OIIAIN AND PORK.
Chicago, AugUHt 22, 10 A. m.
Fork Oct. 17 80.
Wheat -Oct, 1 22 J.; September,
Corn Oct, OOc- 8ep, 59c.
Oats-Oct. a? )i Sep 83.
C'nit'Aoo, August 22, 12 M.
Pork-Oct 17 05;
Wheat Oct, 1 22 J4'; September,
Oatu Oct, 38; Sep. 37.
Chicaoo, August 22, 1 p. m,
Pork - Oct, $18 00; HeptwukT,
Wheat Oct, 1 23; Sept,
Corn Oct, C2;c; SeptemUir, Ii0,c.
(Ma Bop. 36A(;Oct.'a.v . "
Adjourned Special Meeting.
COUNCIL C'UAMBU, (
Cairo, 111., August 19th, 1881. S
Present: His Honor Mayor Thistle wood
and Aldermen Blake, Hal lid ay, Hinkle,
Hughea, Kimbrougli, Pcttit, Saup, Swobo
da and Wood 0.
Absent Putier 1
Mayor Btated tlie meeting to be for tho
transaction of gcneril business.
Ordinance to anitnd section 32 of chap
ter 6, revised ordinances, fixing fire limit
within the city, retd second time at meet
ing of August 11 0, was taken up for ac
Alderman Wool moved that the ordin
ance aa amended be adopted. Motion car
ried by the follawing vote: Ayes Blake,
Halliday, HinkJe, Hughes, Kimbrough,
Pettit, Saup, Stuolioda and Wood 9.
REPORTS OY COMMITTERS.
Committee on claims reported back tlie
following bills referred to them at meeting
of August 2nd, recommending payment on
Chaa. Thrupp, 5 days as engineer on
JtlLalreet.... ..... 4( 00
Win. Tlirupp, 2 days aasiatant to en
gineer , 4 00
Ed. Thrtmp, 4 days same 4 75
J. Klein. 1000 bricks tor jail 11 20
Iorace Hannon, tilling 2151 7-10
yards dirt on R. R. street south
of Second street at 30 cents 644 50
Jacob Klein, 7000 bricks for It. R.
4troet '. 49 00
E. E. Ellis, printing and distributing
handbills S 3!
Alderman Blake moved to receive report
of committee and that bills be allowed as
Bills of II. Hannon, Chaa., Wm. and E.
Thrupp were, by request laid aside tor aep
erate action and the other bills allowed as
recommended by the following vote :
Ayes Blake, Halliday, Hinkle, Kini-
broug, Pcttit, Saup, Swoboda and
Nays Hughes 1.
Alderman Blake moved to receivu report
of committee on bills of Hannon, Thrupp
and others and that samo be allowed as
Aldorman Wood aroiw to s point of order
stating that bill of II. Hannon was not in
accordance with tho ordinances, not having
been sworn to as required by section G of
Mayor ruled point of order not woll taken
stating , that objections sbould be takcu
when bill was first before the council, that
theu tho point of order would be well taken.
Alderman Wood again anwc to point of
order stating that no contract exists
between Horace Hannon and the City of
. Mayor ruled point of order not well tak
en, giving saire reason as in previous point.
Alderman Wood again arose to a point
of order on the samo question, holding that
section 8 of ordinance 4-1 gave the commit
too on streets power to let contracts and
purchase material without tho coucuranco
of tho council. It gavo them the same right
to dcinaud the money troru tho treasurer
aud pay for same.
Mayor ruled point of order not well
Motion carried aud claims allowod by
the following vote:
Ayes BUke, Halliday,. Hinklo, Kim
brough, Tettit, Saup and 6woboda-7.
Nays Hughes and Wood 3.
Alderman Halliday moved that tho bills
now on clerk's table, previously reported bo
takon up for consideration.
Motion carried. ,
Claims reportod on by committee on
claims ftt last meeting recommending pay
moot on samo were again received.
Bills of Telephone Company wero lain
aside for separate action.
'Alderman Saup moved to allow claims.
Motion carried by tho following vote i
Ayes-Blake,. Halliday, Hinkle, Hughes,
Kimbrough, Pettit, Saup, Swolmda and
Wood 0. v . ....-
Nays None. , . ... ,
Alderman Saup moved to lay bills t
Telephone Company on table. Motion car
Bill of Fred Serbian, 47 loads oi sand on
Railroad street, $47.00, reported back to
council for action, was submitted.
Alderman Haup moved to allow same.
Motion carried by the following vote :
Ayes Blake, Halliday, Hinklo, Hughes,
Kimbrough, Pettit, Saup, Swoboda and
Wood -9. , . ' . v
Alderman Hinkle moved that bill of 8.
Walters, 1402 feet sewer pipes for Railroad
htreet, $334.13, on which was made same
rport,bo allowed. , ; ,
''Motion tarried by the MUrwlngvnU,':
Ayea Blake, Halliday, Hinkle, Kim
brough, Pettit, Saup, Swoboda 7.
Nays Hughes ond Wood 2.
Alderman Blake moved to allow bill id
N. B. Thistlewood, expense of getting rid
of paupers, $12.15, on which was same re
port. Motion lost by the folio tng vote:
Ayea Blak, Halliday, Hinkle, Kiin-
brouch and Swoboda 5. f "1
Nays-Hughes, Pettit, Saup, ami Wood
i ' ' i
Oommitteeon police jail and lire depart
ment to whom waa referrod petition of k:
SwolKtda for removal of frame" houses re
ported on same recommending the granting
of prayer of petitioner. , ' (
Alderman Blako moved that report bo
received and recommendation concurred
in. Motion carried by tho , following vote
Alderman Swolwda uot voting: '
Ayes Blake, Halliday,' Hughes, Kim
brough, Pettit, Saup and Wood 8.
Committee on -police, jail and tire de-
partmenl itported buck petition ofChas.
Brown for erection of frame house on corn
er Thirteenth and Commercial, for action of
council. ' 1
Alderman Wood moved tr received ro-
port and grant prayer of petition. Motion
carried by the following vote:
Ayes Blake, Halliday, Hinkle, Hughes,
Kimbrough, Pettit, Saup, Swoboda and
Clerk read petition of Wm. Oehler ask
ing permission to erect frame buiding on
lot 12, block IS, railroad addition
, Alderman Blake moved , to grant prayer
Motion carried by the following vote:
; Ayes Blake, Halliday, Hinkle, Hughes,
Kimbrougli, Petit, Sattpttmd . Siifoootia 8.
Clerk also read petition of Louis Herbert
asking for same privilege on lots 21 and 23
in block 31, city. '
On motiou of Alderman Blake prayer of
petitioner was granted by the following
Ayes Blake, TTiiHbbiy, HiUKu., Uiurhca,
Kimbrough, Pettit, Saup, Swoboda ami
Wood -9 ,
Alderman Blake presented tho following
resolution and moved its adoption :
Whereas, Certain contracts made by and
certain acts of, the street committee in rela
tion to the improvement of railroad
street have been Questioned, and
Whereas, it is desired that the council
should act harmoniously in forwarding tho
improvement of said street, therefore, be it
Resolved that all contracts made by and,
all acta of tho street committee, relative to
the improvement of Railroad street, be, and
they hereby are, confirmed, ratuied an
Alderman Wood called for the ayel and
nays on adoption of resolution, resulting as
Ayes Blake, Halliday, Hinkle,
brough, Pettit, Saup, Swoboda 7.
Nays: Hughes antl Wood 2.
Liquor bonds of tho lol lowing named per
sons wero read for approval:
James Choimry, Margret Walker and
John C. Atcher.
Alderman Saup moved to approve ot
Bids of H. T. Oeroulad for putting down,
furnishing material and pump, for drivo
wull at St. Marv'a Park, were read. Alder
man Saup moved to rofer to committee on
streets. Motion carried.
On motion of Aldorman Saup, meeting
I). J. Foley, City t'lerK. ;
Cured of Drinking. ,
'A voiincr friend of mine was cured of
an insatiable thirst for liquor, which had so
prostrated him that ho was unable to do
any business. He was entirely cured by
tho use ot Hop Bitters. It allayed ail that
burning thirst; took away the appetitv for
liquor; made his norvos stoady and he has
romainod a sober and steady man Tor more
than two years, and has no desire to return
to his cups; I know of a numbor ot other
that have boon cured or drinking ty n."-
From a leading It. R. Official, Cblcarja, 111
-ITlmes. ., , I
The Power of the frees. ,
v i.. .u. m m.t tu. niviaa
more surely shown than to the universal
NEWc ; SERIES NO. 338.
knowledge that has in less than a year, been
dilTumid throughout fifty millions of people
of the wonderful curative properties ot that
linaia rcmoiiy . Kidney-Wort. . And the
ptopiejmm the i Atlantic to the Pacific
haveihowu their intelligence and their
kndwledire ot what is in tho nanera. hr al
ready making Kidney-Wort their house-
noia remedy for all diseases of the kidneys,
liver and lmwela. Herald.
I ?"y" ' ii
' Oo to Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dye. For brightness and
durability of color are uneoualed. 1 Color
from 2 lo 5 pounds. ' Directions in Enjrlish
and German. Price 15 cents. 1
Live and Let Live.
Lifo is not always under our own control,
but can be prolonged by care and prudence.
Burdock Blood Bitters bs a laxitive, altera
tive and diuretic medicine tend materially
to restore health and lengthen our ' days.
Price $1.00, trial size 10 cents.
Allen's Brain Fool pmilrlvely curea nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative orsrans. $t. 5for$3 All
druggists. -Send for. circular to Alloa's
Pharmacy, 315 Firnt Ave., N. Y. Sold hi
Cairo by Barclay Bn.-
' 1 i ii .j
Thomas' Eclectric Oil has obtained creat
popularity, from ifa intrinsic value as a re-
lalife medicine, in curing hoarseness, and
all irritations of the throat, diseases of the
chest, etc, .for these it is au incompartv
, , . .. . . .
oie pulmonic,, ,raui u.acnuu. Agent.
Lvou E. Pm sham's Vegetable Com
pound will at all times, aud under all cir
cumstances, act in harmony with the laws
mat govern the4 female' system. Address
Airs, i.yaia JV1 mkhaiu, Siiii Wotern Ave
nue, Lynn, Massl, for circular.
i . i For Farmers. . -
- Mv patent adiuatable HARROW ia be
lieved W he the heat, as welt as the cheap
est harrow that has ever been offered to the
farmer. ' I sell a .first class standard two
horse harrow that 'will easily harrow 20
acrca lit t day, for ten dollars, all complete.
They can le orderwi by letter and shipped
according td directions warranted to give
satisfaction Or; if a farmer wishes to
make it at home and save freight, and irive
is just tho sine and weight he wants, I will
tell the plan with instructions aud right
to make one, and send it by mail " tor one
dollar. If village mechanics wisklvaiake
it to supply their customers," lwiu give
them very favorable terms, and they will
have in addition ths advantage gained by
saving freight. It Is very simple and easy
to make. Hand for circular and price
tlis, 8. Hutchinson, Griitgsville, pike Co.,
Illinois. --. ' '
Loye Your Neighbor.
When your frieud or neiglioor is laboring
uuder bodily affliction, indigestion, bilious
ness, constipation, caused hy Impurity of
blood, or disorders of the kidneys or liver.
don't fail to recommend Burdock Blood
Bitters, ssure ; hnd 'safe remedy. Price
$1.00, trial size 10 cents, v "" "
Bucklea's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in ths world for cuts.
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, fever aorea,
etter. channed hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
very case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. Fr ' own v4, O'Hara
A Mhoral Offer.
Wagner & (Jo. Michigan Ave. dt Jackann
St. Chicago, offer to send ' Electric Belts,
Bands, etc., lor the cure ot Nervous Debili
ty and other diseases, froe, for examination
und trial before purchasing. These Elec
tric Devices are the invention Of Dr. D. A.
Joy, of the University of Michigan, and are
claimed to lie the only Llectrtc Devices or
Appliances for the cure of diseases that
have yet been constructed upon scientific
principles, flee their advertisement in this
paper.""'"," ." ' "V" """', ' "
' Badly Bitten.
Peter Kieffer, Cor. Clinton' and Benuett
Streets, Buffalo,, was badly bitten by a horse
aud applied Thomas' Eclectric Oil, which
immediately rclieveti the pain, and in four
days the wound wss healed, Paul G.
Schuh, Agent ;l '','''-
A bright little boy, who had been en
gaged in combat with aoothor boy, was
, reproved by his aunt, who told him he
ought always to wait till ths other boy
"pitched upon" him. . "Well." . ex
plained the little hero, "but if I wait
for tho other boy to begin, Tin afraid
there won't be any fight: '
, i ' i
At a fancy baU'ths mistress of the
hniiue stationed a servant at the door
to nnnoutioe the THts ky their cos
tumes. At last an ived two ladios in
plain walking costume,' who had only
come loglauoo at the gay and dajfallng
fieenn. "What costume shall I announce
ladles P" asknd the senrant, courteous
ly. "Oh, 'none mercy, ;w haven't
knvthing on at all P' is ths response.
"Two ladies without anything on at
all!" hollowed the faithful domestic.
Sonsation. , '-'' ' '
Senator Scbslons, of New York,' has been
ronominstud, the vote in the district con
vention staoding SOtt for and 77 against
him. , It is evident that his neighbors and
constituents , place no credence in the
charges of bribery mad gmst him dur
ing the late senatorial contest. " '
" Oovornor Cullom announces that there
will be no general encampment of Illinois
militia this yesr, but thst brlgaae ana regi
'mental camps will' be ordored at localities
whore ths cltwous offer free transportation
and subsistence. ' , '
r Rev. 0. W. Riley, w tor'y 76m
i... iww,n a leatler Jn , the councils ot ' the-
Baptist church of IlliDola, died in iJrbana,
of sdlc cholera.