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THE TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE , SOCIETY
OF THE UNITED STATES, 120 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
HENRY JJ. HYDE, President.
FOR TIIK YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 81, 1880.
From the nndlvldud nrplun. reversionary divl
deeds will be declared, available on settlement or
ueit unul premium, to ordinary participating
Tbe yulantlon of the pollclo outelandliiK Inn
been mad on Hie American experience table, tbo
legal eland'trd of th tate of Now York.
H. W. I'HILLII'S, 1 .,..,.
J.U.VANCIMB. f Actuaries.
We, the underalKned, have, lu pereon, carefully
examined the aceouula, and couutod end examined
in detail the asset of the (oclety, and certify that
the foregoing taU)uiant thereof le correct.
HBNNItiUTON K. RANDOLPH,
IAMBS M. HALSTBO.
THOMAS A. CUMMINS,
JOUN SLOAN K,
Special Committee of the Board of Director,
, appointed Oct, )r7, 1880, to examlno the asset
', and account at the cloa of the year.
BOARD OK DIRECTORS.
Henry B.Dvda. John A. Stewart,
George D. Morgan, John D Jones.
George T. Adee, Kobert Lenox Kennedy,
H.nry A. nurlbut, Cheuncy M. Depew,
Henry F. Bpeiildlng, Benjamin Williamson,
William II. Vont. Henry M.Aluxandor,
William A. Wheelock, William Walker,
Parker Dandy, Henry Day,
William O. Lambert, . ' K. Bond! not Colt,
Honry (). Marquand Tboraa A , Middle,
Jamoa W. Aleiandcr, (Jforge W. Carletoa, ;
Henry B. Terball George O. Kellogg, I
Thomaa S. Young, .low K. Navarro, . '
Thomae A. Cmnmtni, John J. McCook, i
Robert Blla. W. Whltewrlrjht,
Daniel D. Lord, HUiphen U. I'hlllipt,
Jamca M. lliletead, Samuel W. Torrny,
Horace Po'ter, CharleaO. Landon,
Edward W. Illmbert, H.muel Holme.
B.F. Randolph, Theodc- W-aton,
Alanion Traalt, Alexander P. lrvln,
John Hloeno, T. DoWitt Curler,
Ashbel Uruen, Loula Fitzgerald.
Bamuol Borrow., William M. llliaa,
Henry N. Bntlor, Wlllln.ni Alexander, I
George H. Btowart. Bamuel 0. Goodrich.
JAMES W. ALEXANDER, Vice Prctj't.
SAMUEL BOltROWE, 2d Vice Pres't. j
Medical Examiners: I
E. W. Lambert, M. D., EdwM Curtis, M. I).
E.W.Scott, Superintendent of Agencies.
North Western Department. '
toe Dearborn Street, Chicago.
W.N. CRAINE, General Manager. ;
E. A. BURNETT, Agent, !
Circuit Jiidg-rD. J. Baker. ,
Circuit Clerk-A. 11. Irvln.
County Jndge R. H Yooum.
County Clerk 8. J. Hunim. ,
County Attornoy J. M. Daniron.
Connty Treasurer Miles W. Parker. 1
Sheriff John Hodge.
Coroner R.VItXKerald. '
County Commlimionere T, W, Halllday, J. A.
Glbbt and Samuel Brlley.
CAIRO BAPTIST. -Temperance hall on Tenth
atreot; preacblug Orstasd third Sunday In
each month, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.jprayor moot
ing Tbur.dsy, 7:D. m s Sand ay school, 9:80 a.m .
Rev. A. J. IIBSS, l'astof.
CHURCH Of THB RKDKBM BR (Episcopal)
Fourteenth atreet; Sunday Jli. m., lloly
Kuchaslst; 11:80 a. m., Sunday acbool ; 10:45 a.m.,
Morning prayer; 8:00 p.. m.. evening prayer. F.
P. Davenport, S T, U. Rector.
1?IRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST. CHURCH.
1 Preaching at !0:M) a. m., p. m and 7:80 p. m,
Sabbath school at 7:80 p. m Rev. T. J. Shore,
JTJTHBRAN Thirteenth atreet; aorvicc Bab
J bath 1:80 a. m.; Sunday school 8 p. m. Rev.
MBTHODI8T Cor. Eighth and Walnut atreet I
Preaching Sabbath 10:80 a. m. and 7 p.m.;
prayer moating, W.dneaday 7:80 p. m.; Sunday
School, t a. m. Rev. Wbltuker, paatur.
PRBSBYTKRIAN-Blghth atreet; preaching on
Sabbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:80 p. m.; Prayer
meeting Wednesday at 7:80 p.m.; Sunday School
at 3 p. m. Rev B. Y. George, paitor.
ST. JOSEPH'S t'Koman Catholic) Corner Cross
and Walnut atreet; aervioe Sabbath 10:30 a.
B 11 u TTBIIIUV n.l new , uwiwmi
Sunday School at 8 p. m.; Veaper i p. m. ; ier
! every day at 8 a. m. Rev. O'Hara, l'rieat.i
ST. PATRICK'S (Koman Catholic) Corner Ninth
atreet and Washington avenue; erylce flab
hatb 8 and 10 a. m. Vesper 8 p. m. ; Bnnday School
8 p. ra. aervlce every day at 8 a.m. Rev. Musturson
prleat. , 1
M ayor N. B. Thlitlowood.
Treasurer TJ. Berth.
Clerk Dennl.J,Fouiy. .'
Counaelor-Wm. B. Gilbert.
Marshal L. II, Meyer,
Attorney- WtlUamller.drtek .
BOARD Of AXDBBM8II.
Kirat Ward Petor Satip, T. M . Klmbrongh. ,
Second Ward Joaeo Ulnkle, 0. X. Hughes.
Third Ward B. P, Blake, John Wood.
' Fourth Ward-Charlea O. Patler, Adolph Swo
boda. Fifth Ward-T. W. Halllday, Brneat B. Psttlt.i
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
THAN! ABIUVI. T BAINS DRTABT.
tMall . 4:10 a.m I Mall 8:!M p.m
KxpreM :no a.m i Toiureen n.ai p,m
Accoin'diition. 4:00 p.m I tAccomdatloa. .11:10 a m
MISS CENTRAL R. It.
tMall........... B:S0p.m tMall .. 8:85 a.m
tKxpre 11 :80 a m tBxprca B:'J0 a.m
C. 4 ST. L, R. R. (Marrow Gauge.)
ExpreM 4:80p.m 'Kxproaa 0:40 am
Accom'datoln 18:80 p.m Accom'datlon. 1:80 p.m
Sunday exenr'n 85 p.m Sunday exenr'n 8:40 a m
ST.L., I M. 4B.R. R.
Expro :55a.m ItBxpro. .13:05p m
tAcoom'datton. t:80p.m tAccom'dMlon.ll:45.m
CAIRO A VINCENNB8 R. R.
MallBx.... 5:00 a.m 'Mall 4 Ex.... 9:89 p.m
Dally Mcpt Sunday, t Dally .
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
1 " IN THBJ CXTY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
m.m r ,.
'' ' ' '
O. O. PATIER te OO.j
oor.NiMtMnthitrMti 1 Hnirfl Til
CommtrclaUnnaar , .wufr 1U,
AaoitNTor Liuoaa abit, Jan. 1.
im) t 8".,960,fl97 6'.'
IN COM I.
lulure.t and reut.... .....
Net protlt on Innatmcnt ,
t O.fttt.ftiff 0
1. 778,70ft 01
. t 1549,047 7rt
t 44.71W.6tt7 (
Claim by death and matured endow
ment ,507,&M 64
Dividend, turrender value, and an-
nuitle I),1IHI,410 04
Diacouutcd endowment Hud matured
tuntluu policle 178 OU
Total paid policy holder $ 4,702,91)7 7
Dividend on capital 7,0110 00
Agenclecand cammlaHloua Siil-T
(leneral expontea 6tw,;m :w
State, county and city taxe 88,848 70
Notcaah aianta, Dee. 81, 1H80. $ 88,409,844 02
Bond and mortgnget f H,iiM,475M
United Htatea .lock. U,fil8,5l)l 00
Slate atocka, city alock, and ator.ka
anthorlaodhy the law of tho alalo
ofNewVork... 8.17,483 47
Luau aernrnd hy bond and atorke. 7,tat4,5bil 88
Hriil eatatn lu New York and Itoatun
and purohaaud under forncloaure.. 8,:iA8,84 82
Caab on hand in bank and other do-
poaitorloa on interval and In traualt
(alnce received) 3,183.1 07 211
Due from agent on account o7 pre-
miiiiuB !,42l 82
t 88,409,844 02
Market value of dock and bond
over coat 1.21,051,28
Interest aud rent due and accrued . . ;HW,80H tw
Premium due aud In procca of
collection (lea premium paid in
advance, $ii2,Wl) 188,880 00
Deferred pnsmiuiu. ..: (150,550 88
' Total enact, Dec. 81, 1880 41,108,803 32
Total ltabllltie including legal ro
urvo for reiuaurance of all exlat
illg policies 81,880.808 It
Total undivided tnrplu
t 9,228,294 21
Of which belonga (a computed) to
pnlicleam general claaa.... 4,945,004 21
Of which belong ( computed) to
pollclei In tontine cUa 4,WI,2) 00
Risks Assumed ill 1880, $35,170,805 00
Risks Outstanding - $177,597,70:100
PROPRIETOR OF 8PROATP PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOA-D OR TON,WEH
PACKED TOR SHIPPING.
. Oar Loads a Specialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leiee,
rpHE CITY NATNOAL BANK
W. P. HALLIDAY, President.
H. L. HALLIDAY, Vice-President.
TBOS. W. HALLIDAY, Cashier.
. TA AT TATI1B, W. F. HALLWAY,
BIltRT L. BALUOAT, . . OUmUMSHAH,
. U. ILLIAlOH, STCPB1N lD,
Eichanjce, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND BOLD.
DepoilMrecelved and a general banking buanu
Or Having lately lnr.rcaied hli facUltlo I bow
prep and to do promptly
, ALL KINDS OP REPAIRING. ;
LIOUT AMD IIIAVr WAUON MAPS TO onDlH.
Thanking the public for thalr liberal Datronaire.
I hope by iquaro dealing and prompt attention to
buatuei to hava a continuane m tba m
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY MORNING, AU(JUST 20, 1881.
A Startling Revelation
"Oh, My Ood, How 1 Did Suf
fer. "I Earnestly Praywl to Die."
T have been afflicted fur twenty yei
1 ob.tinatu aklu dlaeuae, called fiy
enrs with an
Home M . I).
a Paorlnala, and oilier Leproay, coininem lng on
niytralp, aud. In apltr all I could do, with the
help of the moat skilful doctors, It slowly but
shurely exteuded, until a year ago this winter it
covered my entire poraon in form f dry scale, for
tho Inst three yeara 1 have beeu unable to do any
labor, and aiiRered Intensely all the time. Every
morning there could be nenrly a duatpaiihil jof
acalea takeu from the sheet on my bed, aome of
lb mi half a lurge aa the envalnpri containing tlila
letter. In the latter part of Hie winter my akin
cttiuini-nui craekliig oprii, J tiled everything,
alanoal, (hat could be thoniihl of, without any fe
ller The 12th of June I alarU'd west, lu hoped 1
could reach the Hut Spring. I reached Dotrolt,
and was so low I thought 1 should have to go to the
hospital, hin Anally got hh far as Lansing, Mich.,
where 1 hau a slater living. Due Dr. treated
moah.'iit two weeks but did me no Rood. All
thought 1 hurt but a short time to live. I earnestly
prayed to die, Cracked through the aklu all over
llie back, lif roas my ribs, ainm, hands, limbs, loet,
badly swollen, toe nail, rame oil', tlnger-iiall dead
end hard as bone, hair dead, dry and llfeles la old
straw. (), my Und, now I illd sulb r, . . ,
"My 'ater, Mra. K. II- Davis, bad a email part
of a box ol'r.utirnra In the houo. She wouldn't
give up; aald 'We will try CutlliurH.' Nome was
applied ou 'ine bund and arm. Kurekal there Was
relief ; l ,icd the terrible burning aenaiitlon from
the word go They linmediatly got the Hunolvo.it,
Cutlcur andsoap. 1 rommensed by Inking one
Ublesioonful of Iteaolvent three times ailny, after
meals; had a bath once a day, witter about blood
hck ; used Cutlcura snap fn'ely; applied Cutlcilra
morning and evening. Rcault,, returned to my
homo m six weeka I rt i in time 1 left and my skin aa
smooth aa this aline! of paper.
UIRAM K. CAItl'BNTKH,
Heudur(on,.lelTerson iiiiinty. N. Y. I
Rworn to before inn this llilh dnv of Jnnuary,
1880. A. M. LKFKl'NtiWKLL. i
Justice of the Peace,.
NO HUMAN A(iKNCY
Can so speedily, permanently and economically
cleanse the blond, clear the complexion and skin,
restore the hair, and euro every spenlea IU-.htiij
scaly and acrofuloii humors of the skiu, sculp and
blood as tbe cutlrura remedies, consisting ol ( nli
cura Hrwilvent, the new blood purifier, and Cull
eura and Cuticura Hoip, the. ureal skin cunts.
Ask your drucglat about them. Bight here in this
town von may And evldvuce of their great healing
For sunburn, tun nd greaav skin us Ciitlenra
Soap, au exquisite toilet, halhand nursery sanative
fragrant with doliclont flower odor and belling
Cuticura rmnedlu aro for sale by all druggists.
Prleo of Cuticura, a medicinal Idly, small boxen
&"(. t lame hoxoa II. Cuticura resolvent, the
new hlooil uurlfler. tl ner bo' tie. Cuticura Medl
dual Shaving Soap. ICiCts; In bar for barber and
large consumer.. Mie.ia. rnncipai nepot
tt'KEKrt A I'OTTKK, Huston, Muss
nrAU mailed froe on receipt of price.
One 1'oi.i.iW's V"ITm
Rt.Kf.nin I'l.AiirriL ciimliii
muWJaUHHllhu, appliance before the
jiVts, I fur superior to every
AM 4(vjf?ini puouc. i nev inaiHiiny ro
" WlSTUw lirvo Dvsiienslii. Liver ( om-
plaint. Miliaria, Fever ar.d Ague and Klduey anil
urinurv iiiiiiriinii'i.. nna may oe worn uvur inn m,
ol the stouiai'h, over the kidneys or auv slfected
pari, rnce ci'iith niim evornwiiern.
wkkks a I ui rf.it, Huston, aiaas.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOB WOKK DONE TO OHDEK.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Q.EORGE II. LEACH, M.I).
Phvsician and Surgeon,
Hnecial attention nald to the Homeopathic treat
ment of aurglcal diseases, and diseases of women
Office: NolO Eighth street, near Commercial
avenue, Cairo, 111.
II. MAREAN, M. D.
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Office on Commercial avenue near tho corner of
Eighth atreet, over Tabor Brother' Jewelry store.
Residence enrnur Fourteenth (troet and Wash
The Cclchratod Electro-Vapor and Medlnated
Baths which are an unfailing cure for Khenmatlem
Neuralgia. Kcver-Ague and many other ailments,
adwlulitored daily during ofllce hour.
Office hours, from Sto 12 a. m from 1 to f and
)R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
m?aVXmPS: 1M Commercial Avenue, betwaen
lghtti and Ninth Straeu
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFKlCI-Elgata Straat, a.u com. .nial Arno,
AAli'KKTS ltV TELEGRAPH
' 1 1 MKW TOIIK URAIM. ' !
"' Nkw Voiik, August 2rt, Vi m.' j .
;.'i Wheat oxcili'.l No. 2 Cliicngn
II 8. No. 2 Hod Winter, t Umi-
(HIICAIIO, 1 1 It A J N AND POHK.
CnicAno, AiiKimt 5, lo a. m.
Pork-Oct. I8 5.
Wheat -Oi l, 1 85i Hoplninlwr,
II 2B,V. ' ' !
Corn-Oct, 4J;J;ijiv Hs,
()titd-()d.:)l); Hot) !J7:.' '
Chicauo, AtiKiiNt 25, 12 m.
Pork-Oct IS 10; Hcpt 17 HO. j
Wlu;at - Oct, 127.i4'i tseptomlH r
1 8& "
(;orn J- St'p, I,V, Oct, 05'.
ClIIOAllO, AllfjUHt 3.1, 1 v. m, -'l
Pork -i- Oct, ( 18 'JO; ft'ptom Iht
17 05. . :
.'i WhiiHt - Oct, 1 27Ji Sft.,
I! 'SR.V., ... ,,
Ora Oct, B!jB'c; Hvt;ilwr, Kk.
Ottta Sep. snii; Oct. lH.
Council Ciiamukii, i(
i Caiuo, III., AtiUHt Slid, 18HI.((
Hpeclal Meetlii(i. i
Presnnt Tl'm Honor, Mayor Tltlsllt!
wooil and Aldtinncn Illitku, Halliilay, Hin
klo, l'aticr, I'ctlit, Hitup, Hwohoda ami
Ahaont Iluylics ami Kiiiibrou(h 3.
Tho Mayor atalcil the object of tliu nittot
iiifr to lit; for the rccoiving of a proponition
from Mr. Daniol, of ClnrkHvillu, Term., for
tho construction of water wot ka.
The following commmncalioii wan
read at lunth ;
To the Honorable Mayor and Aldermen ol the City
ol'l'alrn, in tho Stale of Illinois :
Your writur, Travura Diuiiul, ol'tliu City
of Clarkaville, in the atattt of Tctnn'usctt, lie
iny a contracting engineer for theeonHtrtic
tion of water worka, liavino; been informed
by a correapondenco with his on. Mayor
ThiHtlewiHKl, that, by reaaon ol a coiiHli
tutional limitation, it in inuxpediunt for tho
city to conatnict water worka nnd ia deair
otia to have tho same built by privato par
ties, that the urgent necessity of the city for
a better aupply of water bo provided for.
Therefore, tbo aaid Daniel, on behalf of
luiiiHcIt ami aHftociatea, aticceHHora and m
aigna,rcHpcctrully uakathat youirrimtto hint
by regular ordinance and nnnunling to law,
(Revised Htatutea, page 343, ace. 212) tlm
right or way witlnn and noar tho city.ol
Cairo, and the right and priWlogu to con
iti uct, operati!, and nmiiilaiu water worka
for a public ami privato eujijily . f wator in
und ucar aaid city. The aaid
Daniel for liiimelr and others does agreo to
accept Hticli a grant, and to conduct anch
water worka at liia own and their expeiiHo.
On the comlitiona hereinafter net forth the
aaid workaaliall he on tho gravitation plan,
and shall be compoaed in part ot hcvcii
miles of Htandard cant iron water pipe, 51)
doublo nozzle iiro hydrants, one Maud pipe
(mndo of riveted wrought iron plates) twen
ty feet in diameter and two hundred tod
high, two direct acting hori.onlnl itnam
pumps, each pump having ila
own boilers separately from tho
other, ho aa to torm two complete
pumping equipmcnta that may bo worked
togother or separately. Tho capacity of
said works shall bo for delivery of two mil
lion of gallons of water I com cither pump
every twenty.four hours.
Tbo condition upon which tho said par
ties agreo to construct tho said work in tho
said City of Cairo, are:
1. That the said grant and privijego
shall be lor tho full term of thirty yeara
from tho date hereof, and
2. Also that the said city shall rent from
tho said parties fifty double nozzle tire hy
drants, for tho said term of thirty years, tor
tbe extinguishment of fires, and the rental
to bo pan! for tho said hydrants shall for
said term bo one hundred dollars each
por year, and tho payments
shall be miartor yearly pro rata in advance.
And the said Daniel associates, successors,
or assigns do further agree that the said
fifty doublo noz.lo hydrant shall be lo
cated Along tho lines of aoven miles of pipe
aforesaid at such places aa your houorablo
body : may dictato. And if any further
number of hydrants may be desired by tho
city, on tho said lines of pipes, or on any
extension of pipes, which may havo been
made by said Daniel and others aforesaid,
the city shall be entitled to have them at a
rental of fifty dollars each per year foKhe
term of thin franchise. And the aaid
Daniel and others, do agroo to erect tho
said hydrants at their own expense and to
keep tho same in efficient repair for instant
use, under a water pressure, wliich shall
not at any timo he less than 4:1 lbs per
square inch (equal to an elevation of 100
feet) unavoidable accident. cxcepteJ. To
liavethcs': water works jn successful opera
tion for tho next summer it is necessary
that tho presunt low sta-o of wator bo
taken advantage of for the erection of
pumping works, and which would bo im
practicable in high water. And am :
fiespectfully, Tkankkb Daniel.
Caibo, III., Aug. 22, 1881.
It Is further agreed that onthaexplra
tion of this franchise that tho said city of
Cairo shall have the right and privilege to
purchaso tho said water works togothor
with all its rights properties, privileges and
incomes of whatever naturo thereto belong
inff, and the bBsis of tho viluation shall bo
by a fair and equitable appraisement in tho
usual way. Tiiavehs Daniel,
for himslf and othcra. !
; Alderman Kimbrougli appeared in his
cat during the reading of communication.
Alderman Blake moved that the commu
nication bo rcceWud, printed tod' referred
to ordinance committee.
Alderman Patler moved to amend 'by
relerrmg cniiiiumilcation to it committee of
lour to bo appointed by tbo mayor. '
Alderman Ualllday moved to aiiinnd the
amendment by referring it to a ooinmittno
of four, members of the city coimeil and
two property holder, nnd also t print
sanio with pc ei lings. ,
Alderman Hhike withdrew his million.,
Alderman Palier accepted aineddiient.
Motion carried, ' . 1 j . I
Tho Mayor appointed Aldermen Jpaticr,
Halliilay and Make, and from the property
holders L I), pim, IU M..T, nw,.A, j
MIW'KIXANKOIIM J1USINKSS. J, , j
i Tho clerk opened and rrad the hi l from
the following (Inns, lor supplying MM)1 lent
8 4" inches rubber lume, Cleveland Rubber
Co. no cents per foot. t i ;
l Akron Itublier Co., 85 cent. -
R.T. Whelpley, S5 cents. 1 ' 1 ,
II. T. flerould, OJ cents. ' I
C. II. Woodward, 8,'l ' cents. , 1
The (JultH IVrcha aud Rubber Manufao
iring (;o., New York, 83Jj cents.
Alderman Halllday moved that bids Im
rrod to eommitioo mi police, jail and
0 department. " " '
Motion carried. ' ''
Alderman Jlluktt called for the reading of
lis agaiust the city now in hands of olork.
Alderman Wood objected, stating that
lillH unlesH rules nro suspended Inilst be
reported on by tho committer on claims be
lort; being allowed. 1 ' i
Alderman llhtke tnoved to suspend tho
rules for tlm reading of bills, '
Motion lost, by nut receiving Iher rcqnir
ii I two thud vole hh follows: 1
AyesItlake, lliillidiiy, Ilinkle, Kim
lirotigh, JVltit, and Hwoboda 6. , ' '
Nuys-Palier, Hnup, and Wood . !l, .
On motion of Alderman I'atier mewting
adjourned. ' 1). J. I'oi.kv, City Cleik,
"I ii a vk siiKFr uki) beyond endurance,"
"My life Iihn been a burdnn lo ft'1." "I
have lii'cn tlenL'd the pleasures or society. "
Extracts from tnstiitionlaUol thime cured of
skin and scrurulous humors by the Cuti
Trouble Saved. 't
It is a remarkable fact that Thomas'
Kcloclric Oil is as good for internal i as ex
ternal use, For tlisoases of the lungs and
throat and for rheumatism, neuralgia, rrick
in the. back, wound and wires, it is Iho In st
known remedy, and much trouble is saved
by having it always on hund. Sold by Paul
O.Hcbuh. ' i
I.yima K, PinkiiamV Vogutable ('om
luinnil will at all timeii. anil linrler nil fir
cunistafteuK, art in liarnviny with the laws
(hat govern llin lenmlo ayHtum, AHilivs
Mrs. ia ia k. v ink iiani. a i lvestmn Ave-
noo, I.ynn, Mass., for circular.
To IVi'sons About to Marry.'
"To persons about to marry," Dotigla-
Jerrold's advice was "don't i" wo supples
merit by saying, without. laying in a sup
ply ol Hiring IUohhoiu, which euro minimi-
naria and other kidney and bladder com
plaints. I'ricr Ml cents, trial bottles 10 els,
Holl by Paul (1. Hebub.
Hiickleii's Arnica Salve.
The luist ihIvo in the world for r.uN.
bruisea, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, lever son s,
otter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin intuitions. This salvo is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money relunnetl. Price, au
cents per box. For sale by Oreo. K. O'Haiia
Allen's Brain Food positively cures norv
otisness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of genni alive organs, fl. 5 fur . All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 111 5 First Avo., JN. Y. hold in
Cairo by Ilarclay Uros. .
Mr. Noah Hates, Klniira, N.'Y writes:
"AUiut four years ago 1 had an attack of
of bilious lever, aud never fully recovered.
My digestive organs were weakened and I
would bo completely prostrated for days
After using two bottles of your Rurdork
Blood Hitters tho improvement was so vis
ible that I was astonished. 1 can now,
though (11 years of ago, do a fair and ruas
onablu day's work. Price ft. 00, trial size
10 cents. Hold ly Paul U. Heliuh.
My patent adjitHtablo HAltUOVV is be
liovnii to be tlm iHist. as well as tho cheap
est harrow that lias over boon offered to the
fiuiiKir. I sell a first, class standard two
liorse harrow that will easily harrow 20
acres in a day, Tor ten dollars, an complete.
They can Imj ordered by letter and shipped
according to directions warranted to glvo
satisfaction. 1 Or, ' if farmer wlalies to
make it at homo and save frolght, and give
is just thdsioand weight hn wants, I will
toil tbo plan with instructions and ' right
to make nno, and send it by mail tor one
dollar. If village, mechanics wish to make
it to supply their customers, I will, give
them very favorahlo torma, and thujr will
hayo in addition the advantage, gamed by
iavitig freight. It is very slmpto and easy
to mako. Send for circular and price
tlis, 8. Hutchinson, Griggsvillo,' Piko Co.,
Illinois.' . ' '
A LHieral Offer.
"Wagner & Co. Michigan Avo. A Jackson
St. Chicago, offer to aendt Electric Delta,
Rands, etci. for the curs of Nervous Debill.
tr and other disease, froe, for examination
and trial boforo purchaslnir. " Thess 'Kloo
trie Device are the Invention of Dr.' I).' A.
Joy, of the University of Michigan, and r
claimed to bo the only Electric Devices or
ADPllanccs for tbo ' ours . of disease that
have yet boon . constructed upon ' aclontifio
principlo. 8co their ayertiioniiutlBi tbll
i . M
"Slnoplng out Imid" is the latest
child deli it i Lion for snoring.
Tlit ipileltott way for1 a man to prove
himself insane Is to niitke a will that
doesn't still his rotative.
Mr. Honnor failed lo sootno the to
lin-oontiniiod comet's tail for Ills Ltdij
f H' ! K count ton high.
. A tintv kind of Imi ry is being grown
called tlm "Telegraph." An eleetrlo
. Jay (lould's pi'olil.i last year waro
95,0(K),IHH, Just about I ho same as
ours wiilt I Im ciphers ornittoij, AorA-.
1 10 I'd VlMItU i
ttonbioili "How h llisi prettiest
way to hold llm liuodP" Why, so lh
oilier sida enn't sen wliut cniils ynti'va
The insetipliou on Dm pndestal ot
the Kari itgut stiil.tm in New York datoa
lbs boro's ciiiniiiHslon as Cnmtnaiider
in 1HIVV Insioiul of 1HI1. Jn-t by u trans
position of "XL." to "I.X," It l
rather awkward work ehuMglng an in
script Ion on blue-stone, hut il will bttve
to be donn.
Those moonlight nlliU are glorious
at tlm snisldn. "Isn't it beavanly,1'
Raid . Miss - Nillyliillr to... Mr.- Polo.
"WlifttP" ha askd. "Why.tlm mooii."
'Oh, yes, lust Uut ultuily iieavonly for
anything.'' "Oh, I do ust dote on tbo
moon, tiim't youP" "Ves, It's awfully
nlcn, iHii'tit, and so aplendidly conspic
uous, ln!" i
"If yon find a loromoLivo rushing at
yon," says a Virginia authority, "spring
into tun air aim coin iown on mo
covvoatiehnr," I his might Injurs lha
oow.cateher. A luMt.rr plan would bo
to jump into i the air and lot the train
pass under you. II require,, a lu.ilo
u actit'n at first
Tlm Niiewiiih Oonn. llidlrliii flist
Uth tlini atory wliiclt follows: "Henry
K. Curd, of ioiiMt iWlildham, lost bis
pockot-liook eonlalning f.r.), tuusdity
aftoi txuin, wuilii rowing on tlio iiond,
but did not discover his loss till tlm
next dav. whoii ho wus fortuiiAlo
rinotigh 'tn find his money , flouting
around on llm walm. nnd Iho pneket-
liook was iiiiinii tin from inn oouotii. '
Tint Wisi'iniMin See.rel.ui'tf of Slulii him
compiled a tabl showing tliu vahihtiou
of all llm taxitlild iM'oiM'itv in that
.Slate.' Tlm tntnl la ttfi,ftH2.6) an
iuei'oasi) of about V7,0IH),0IH), m uoiu-
pnrod wit h last year.
Double eagles pei fotalnd with holes
are legally wort h $!. Silvor dollars
willi boles are worth 7.) cenw; half-dollars,
)l.r) mmlsi nuai'lnrs, 18 oenbi, and
dimes ft cen la, 1'liia is an order of tbn
(jovornmetil, ami parties slioultl look
out (or their rights. .
, Mississippi county, mo., is tun great
witUtrnielon region of tlm world. Over
4.000 acres are davotnd to waUtnuolous
ivlone; and lb vield is about a cur
load an Hurt?, so 1 hat 4,000 eat loads will
I in shipped to St. . lniis, Cineinnatl,
Dutroil. anil Jmlianupolls. ConlraeU
have been uiadn with mitiiy fannera at
$110 a vM'. iTIki geiiorn.) prions run
from 4"o to $100 a enr during Ilia seit-
Oll. " , .
. Tih valllA nl Ut Btwi ljl l.f iliiliiuutin
ni'ovislons. lallow and dnirv nroduots
of this country lin ing tho six months
ended , June ;() ware v).,Ku,:Mii cor-
f.Aun.ntilliti IIiiia fi vne ftirn. Ali'l 4'i
""I"' H ' ' J "is !
8211. 'J'hti values of export of jiro vis
ions and tallow for nlulit, niotillis einled
June 30 were (188,27,702; iiimtt pm iod
previous year, v'J,uji,a.l llie total
values i of dairy pioiluulN lor two
months nndnd Juno 110, 1881, wero
$:l,8:i.r),0HI; same pmiod lusl your, f,
IM.I.OIK. Miss Minnie Audorson, of tho Dos
Moines (Iowa) lliuh. School, read an
essay during the blent ('otninnnce-
liior.t exercites of that iiiHlitulioii. !Mm
snil: "Il is only In our own beloved
America that women of all classes re
ceive that respect und oouHlilm'uUoti to
which Ihny.are so uiiqtioM.ioniihly en
titled by nature. Wlnln some of llm
olhor sex aro ever hliiitl lo tlio real
worth of woman, there are yet a fow
who , can appreciulo her; as, (or In
stance,, when Quincy was asked why
thoie were more women than mum, ho
replied, it is in conformity with tho
arrangements of u at tire. We always
on moro of heaven than aarlh.' "
Prof, Stone, ot Clndnnatl, says tho
comet has "convulsed." And no won
der. If the ProfoMor could havo wit
nossod the sights enjoyed hy the oomet
could have soen the oscillatory ac
tions of the young couples who sat ur
until 2 in the morning iimler tho pre
tense of looking at tlio celestial tramp,
he wouhi luivo boon "convulsed" too.
At the end of tho war many ex-Con-foderate
soldlmn left the eon n try, and
Home havo dlod In foreign lands. Old
resident of Montgomery, Ala,, were
surprised mm day recently by tlm sud
den appearance in their midst of Col.
Honjamin C. Yancey, of the famous)
Yancey family, who fun been in Ilrazll
since Loo's surrender, but who Jow
comes home for good. s
'J'here are sorrows In this life which
tho lips cannot utter, which to. human
soul can feel but the breast which does
the feeliu't iiiomonls when the soul
would wish to soar far away from hu
man ken or earthly gaxa or criticism.
Hnch a moment comes to him who, up
on the day preceding Lis marriage,
with the expectation of a iwoll orowd
In church, fools that a large pimple Is
gathering upon tho front pluxxa ot his
noan.i i" . '
Mr. and Mrs. J. it Stlgers, of Gal
latin, Mo., wore undecided as to whore
thoy should upend the Fourth, Sha
wanted him to have his way, be wanted
ber to have her, il They decided to toss
up a S-oent piece, and trust to luck.
Thirlr 8-year old boy was on th floor,
and when, the coin fell grabbed it, and
straight way put It in his mouth and
attempted to swallow it. It lodged far
down ia his throat, ami for : eleveti
days there It stayed, i Mr. and Mrs.
Htlgsrs stayed t home on the Fourth.
The baby could eat nothing and could
htrdlv iwali' . He i was , shout to
die, when '. 8b Louis physician fished ,
the oolr. out and saved the llUla
low's 'v. i ... '.j ; -