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DAILY., ,: CAIRO BULLETIN.
CA1K0. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY MOBNING, APRIL 7. 1882.
orrlCliL D1EKCTOBT. J
City Omcr r.
Treasurer T J, Berth. ,
Clerk Deunls. J, Foley.
MarshalL. U. Meyera, .
Attorney William tteadrlek. -
Klrft Ward-Peter Sanp. T. M . ElmbrougB.
ti.i. wrA B. F. Blake, JnhB Wood.
KlirtwWo,w,, Aiolph 8w0"
Fifth Wr4-T. W. Bllldav.Brnat B. PattU.
Oircn,lt J'ldge ! J. Baker.
ClrcaltClerkA. U. Irvln.
t:ourtyJudg--K. 8 Yoeia. .
County Cler-8. J. linmm.
CodBty AttorBy-J- M. ovnzw.
County Treeserir Miles) W. Park.
Cosuuoc K. FUsgcrsId a
CoiVtIComBl..r0B.rt--T. W. Bellldey, J. A.
Ulbbs sBd Peter "P- .
CMUBCHEH. ' '
Cairo BifTlT. Cor""' Tenth and Poplar
. u- psJeco'ng SrstsnS third Sundays
rntTRCn Of TBI BEDESMEB-(Eplcopl)
Kurhulit- . m., BB4ay aehool 10.tta.ro.,
P Davenport, 8 T. K. Rector. '
K Timhwaw Bnisr cnmccB-
I4 Preaching at :) a. ... P- n lf;J?
A.hX school at 7: p. Bv. T. J- .
f CTHEBAK-Tblrteeoth it reef,
L kith l:Su a. .f ondj school I p.
lETBODlST-Cor. Eighth and "T:
M Preaching Sabbsth " 00 fi'iJlM
fconday bchool t :00 I. m. Be. J. A- acaiwit.
IKKmTEBIA!t-Elghth swat: PWM
I HhbsJh at llioO e. m. end T:p. Pr,jT
Bating W&iV t 7 : P. "Bd" ieb0l
0 nd W4luut ittert; irTlM. BHbth 10
8o.d.T School t t p. m.: VjjHnl P- .
rice eterdty .1 K. O Bir., Prleat.
1 p. m. lerrtce try (Uy t I . m. miw"""
B. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
1LUS0I8 CKSTRAL M. B.
Mill MH-mftMill vf;X! m
tKipr 4: p.m Am4ttoB...-0J p.m
H CINTHAL B." B. .
C. A BT. L. B. B. (Nrrow Gtoge )
Kxpr. . !: m I Kr-. -' ; P
Actom'ditloB. 1 uMJ p.oi I Aeai d.Uilu li.44 p.m
HT.t-.. I . M 8. K. R
tKlPri UiVp.ta I K"-"
Urc.wi oi'ua. csp m tAcrom'dlli n .m
WABASH, ST. PA 1F1C K-YCO
Mil! tx .... 5:vm t'.Mmi A St.... : P tn
D.iljr icept Mundny . t DiUy .
ILLINOIS CENTHAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Running
Making Direct Connection
Tmim U Caim:
Arrlrlng la Loot ;45 rra. : Chleo. 8:30 p.m. i
CoBnectin it OdlBBBd imti(hm for tlneln
B.U, LontBtllle, lnillnpolti sod polnu Kt.
, ll:10 nm. St. Jjonm and Wntern
ArrlTlne Uflt. Loatt T.-0S . m.,. aad coaooctlng
for llpti Vet.
4:20 p.m. Fwt Hrpr.
lor St.'LonU n1 fhkro. rrliBf BtBt. LonU
4:0 p.m. Cincinnati Expw.
ArrlTlne t ClBdBntl 7n t.m. tomrtll T:90
m.: lr.(llnpolli 4:0U nn. Pdkm by
thin tnilB reBch th bov tolnt IS to 3a
1IUUB8 IB idraBU oi Bay ois.r ru,
"Ttifl 4:l p. n. tiprMt hi PULLMAN
hLKKPINOOAB CBtro la CIbcIbbbiI, without
fh.nK, n4 through ileopBrtto t. Loau aa
Fast Time Eat.
llSncIIiJVrB urn potnti. without ny d.Uy
ned by Btlndur iBtBrveBlnir.' ThB Bturdv ftr
min tr.ln from Clro rrtr ln new York Monday
KimltigAt 10:,Ta. Thirty-ili hours In dncof
ByothrronU). - ,
LlfPorthtowrh tklmu Bad furthtr Inform.Uon,
itinlr at IIIIboU Central Ballroad Depot, C.lro.
VaVjounson. . J. hVjowsb.
Ocn. 8onthra Actflt Ticket Ant.
A. B. UAVHON.Un. rui. Aiaat. Chleato
Q.E0IIQE U. LEACH, M. D. r
Physician and Surgeon,
Hpecl.l atmntlon paid to the Homeopathic tn at
BiflBt of Miigkal ai.ea, ud dlieaav of woman
Offlco: On ttth ttriot, oppotltotbo PoatOfflco,
Cairo, Ml. ,
JJR. W. a JOCELYN,
OPPICB-Blghth iitrwt, nir Comtf arclal Aann
JJIl. E, W. WniTLOCK,
Ornoi-No, 13(t Coininorclal Avvnau, botwoen
Q W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
eonitantly on hand
At Seventy-live centa per load.
At one dollar per load.
Tha 'trtmmlng"r. eoari .b.vlrjgt and make
the belt oammer wood for cooking porponet at well
the eh.iMjtT.r .old In Cairo. For black
mlih'i ne lOMittiag tlra. they are nneqnilled
Leave rnor order, at tbe Tenth street wod yard
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE 'ScsESSk STATES.
On and .rter Monday, Jone ?th, and nntll farther
notice toefcnybo.t wtllm.ke trip a follow.:
MATS. L1AH LBATla
Foot fourth at. Hl.foart Land'g- K'Btnrky Ld .
8:00 a. m. R:W a. m. 9 a.m.
10:00a. bv. 10:S)a.m. 11 a.m.
(:00 p.m. I:p.m. 3 p.m.
:(Kp.m. 4:10 p.m. 5;00p,m.
I t n. Q:fi i m 1 cm
A New and complete n-ul. fronting on Leree
Second and Ballroad Streets,
Tb Paenser D pot of the Chlcmro, St. Lonla
an' .ew Orlmn iiiidoU Central; iimii, ti.
Lnnlo and P.dflc; Iiuo Mountain and H ml hern,
Mobile and Ohio: t .ir and St. Looia Railway
are all Jim annxt the urixit; white tbe Steamboat
banning i. not one .an. re autant,
i Thl. Untul I. hc.ti'rt by oirtm, ha. .team
Lanndry. 'Ilvdranllc Klerntor, Kl tr'c Cell Bulla.
Automatic Fire-Alarm.. Bathe, ah.olaluly pttra air,
DMrtoct .eweraire and conpletu appointment..
Huimrb fumi. binge; purfeel .ervtcu; and an nn
' Ti. I. PARKKB Ac C().,Umm
Commercial Aveitun and Eldith Street,
F. BUOSS, Prc.inVnt. I P. NFFF, VlcePree'nt
U. WELlS, t'iif lilor. I T. J. Kurlh, Aaa't cash
F. Broe h. C!ro I William K'nw. .Cairo
Petr NcIT " Wllllum Wolf.... "
(!. M O.tcrloh I O. O. I'atlor "
K.A. Buder " II. WU '
J. Y. ClomeoD, Calvdoula. '
A OKSEim BANKING HU8INK88 DONE.
Kxch.nifu pold andbonsht. Intnrurt piUI tn
the Having Department. Collection! made and
all bnalne.s promptly attandud to.
, YABIKTY 8TOBK.
EW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The : Largest ' Variety Stoek
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATlEIl'cte'CO.,
Cor. Nlnotoontli trect I r I Til
Commercial Avenue vu." U lilt
To Taylor A Parson, or any other pereon or
perann. Intere.U'd : You ant hereby notidid that
at eale of rt-.l elat, In tbe comity o( Alexander
and elatei ofllllnola, bold by tbe co'inty collector of
aaid county, at the .out I) westerly dour of tbe court
bouse la the city of Cairo, la ..Id county and
atate.on tbiiSltb day of JulyA. D Iwit. Ueo.
H. Leuta, tbe onderstKoed parcbaaed the
following deecrlhod teal e.tate iltaated In the flr.t
addition to the city of Cairo, In tbe couuty of Al
exander anil .tate of Illlnoia, for the laxua due and
nupald thereon for tbe year A. U. ISA IHTo.
1877, 1H7 and ln79, lovetkor with penalllea and
co.ta; .aid real eetatu being taxed In the name of
Taylor & Paraon, to-wit: Lotnumbeied nineteen
(18), in block- uontbered twentyHiue, Ul), tn tbe
Klret addition tu the city of Cairo. The time al
lowed by law for tbe redemption of aald real e.tate
will expire on the Wth day of JuW, A. 1). lH8i.
GKOK'iK H. I.P.NTZ, Purcbaaer,
Cairo, III., April 7, A. I), mi.
fJlAX PCBCHA8RB'8 NOTICI.
To Francl Mayer, or any other peraon or pr
ona Interested; You are heiehy notified that at a
sale of real estate. In the county of Alexander and
slate ol Illlnoia. held by the county collector of
.aid county, at the aouthweaterly door of the court
boaae, In tbe city of Calm, in a. Id county and
a late, on the 89th day of Jul, A. D. IK)
fteorga B. Lents, tbe nnder.tgned pur
ehaatd the following described real es
tate, 'Situated in tbe flr.t addition to tbe
city of Cairo, in the countr of Alexander and atata
ofllllnola, for tbe taxea line and unptld tbemon
fur the year. A. D l7ii, 1877, 1H78 and 17, together
with pcnaltlea and costs: aald real estate being
taxed in the name of said Francl. Mayer, to-wit;
Lots numbered thirty one thirtr-two (11!) and
thirty-three in block numb-red twenty one
(Jl), lu the first addition to tbe clt of Cairo. The
time al owed by law for the redemption of .aid
real estate will expire an the tvib day of Jnly,
A. D. im (iSOROB B. LENTZ, Purcbater. -
Cairo, Ills , April 7tb, A. b im
IJIAX PURGBASKIl h NOTICE.
To Mrs. Qeoree Wei don, or any other person or
person, intere.ted: Yon .re hereby notified that
at a s.is ol real estate, in.the county of Alexander
and state of Illinois, h- ld y the eonntT collector
fsaidconoty, at the snutbweatrrly door of the
court bouse In the city of Cairo, In saio eoanty and
state, on the ltttb day of July A. D. IWO. fe'harles
Gallyher pureha.cd the fullowlag de:rtbei real
e.tate sltn ted In th city of Cslro, couuty of Alex
ander and state of Illinois, for the taxes dne and
snptid thereon for the years A D. 1H74, 187A, 187rt,
1877, 1-Trt snd 1879. together with penalties and
costs; .aid real e-tate twing taxed. In the name of
Brs.'ieorge Weldon, to-wit: Lot number iwenty
ooe2l). tn block rnraber .eventv-three (73). in the
city of Cairo, which .aid certificate waa on tbe Iflih
day of July, A.'U. 1X81, dulva.alcned to tbe under
signed, Tbe time allowed by law for the redemp
tion of said real e.tate will expire on tbe lrtlh day
of July A. D. m.
OBOWJB R LENTZ, A'algaee.
Cairo, HI., April 7th, A.D. 1812.
State of Illlnoia, t Clrcu't court of Alexin
County of Alexander ( r derconnty.
December Special lerm, A. D. lrl.
James tl. Mulcahey.
Ambroso Bikini, Delttha-Blltiri and George
Hodee, ' ;
' Bill In Chancery t Korecloae Jlortc ace.
Public nolle, is hereby vl'en, that, in pursuance
of a decree made and enwred by laid corrrt ia
tbe above entitled cau.e, on the 8ih day of Decem
ber. A. I). 11, 1 Alexandrr II Irvln, mater In
chancery of the .aid circuit tirt will,
on Tne. day. the second dsy of Mr Wi, at the
hour of 11 o'clock In the forenoon, at the snutb
we.ierly d orof the conrt boue. In the city of
Cairo, eunn'yof AKixaudcr and State of liliiioa,
se I at public auction, to the highest bidder, fur
ca-u.au and singular, tbe following described
premiae. and rvl elite in said decree msntloned.
eituatelntheeonnty.of Alexander-and state. of
I llinoi. or mi much thereof a. shall be anfflcient to
a'iHfv aaid decree, to-wit: I'nrt of the south
UTuf th northwest qnartsr of sectttiD Five (5i'in
tow n. hip rixt-en lti sooth, and In ratge Two (ti
we.t of of tbe third prluciple mend an conulnlcg
forty-five snd fifty, one hundredth acres, more or
. Dnt. d April Blh.lSet ' '
ALEX. H. IRVIN.
Jfs.ter In Chancery of tha Circuit Conrtof Alex
David T. Lixkuab, Coraptalaaut'a Solicitor.
CiTr ci.rnn's Omit.,- (
Caiho. Ills.. Mar. 17tb. 1J. t
Pnbllc notice hereby elven that ouTuerday the
ISth day oi April A. D ISM, a (jetieral election will
he held In th cltv of Cairo, eounty-of Alexander,
staivof llilnola, for ih election of one aldermao
for the regniar term of two years from each of the
flve wa da of th.. city.
For the purtio.e of salt! election pole will be
0enedatthe followlnit named place, via:
Iu the Flr.t ward at the police headquartere In
rearol Mra. K.i.a While's building corner of Sixth
street and Ohio levee.
lathe Srrond ward at tha engine house of tbe
Rough and Headr fire company.
Iu the 'lljlrd ward at the engine hour of tbe
Ilineruian Ore company.
.In the Fourth ward, st tbn Court Ilon.o
And in the Fifth ward.atlhetnglu house of tha
Anchor lire company. .
Said election will be open at el ;ht o'clock In tha
m jrnlng, and continue oivn until seven o'clock In
U. afternoon of same day. p j foLRY',
pAX PURCHASERS SOTICE.
To T.J. Jtffrej. or any other peraon orperion
In'ernsted: ' , ,'
Yon are hereby notified that at a sale ef B al Es
tate In the county of Alexander and Staleof Illinois,
held by the county collector of aald county, at the
aotilhwe.tcrly doorof the co'irt houae In tha city
of Cairo. In said co inty aud state, on the Snd day of
August. A. I). 1KH0, the nciluralgned, purchased
the following desrrlbed real estate rltuated in tbe
First add tlon to the cllyof Cairo, county of Alex
ander .rd eiate ol Illinois, for the tsxes due and
unpall thereon for the yuara A. 'V 1873, 1874,
187 -1878. 1&77. 1878 and 187B. together
with penalties and cost.; said real e.tate being
taxed In the uamoof aald T J. Jeffrsva.to-wlt; Lot
numbered live (5), In block nnmhured twenty-three,
(jni.aa known and dealgueted on tbe recorded map
or p'at of aald addition . The time allowed by law
for'the redemption of said real e.tate will expire
on the Sod day of Angii't, A.D. 1482.
JAt'Oll J. OOKDON, Porchaaer.
Cairo, 111., April 5th, A. ltW.
rjAX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
To T. J. Jeffrey, or any other person or peraon
You are hereby notified that at a sale of real e..
tate, In the county of Alexander and slate of Illi
nois, held by the county c-llncior of said county, at
tha outhweiU'rly door of the court house In the
city of Cairn. In said conKty aud stato, on tbe And
day of Aug., A. D. 488.1, the undersigned purchased
the following described real eatatu alluated lu the
Firat addition to the city of Cairo, county of Ali
andvr and atata of Illlnoia, for the tain due and
unpaid thereon for the years A. D. 1878,
1874, 187, ' 18711, 1877, 1878 and I87, to
gether with penalllea aud coats; said real e.tat bo.
tug taxed In ihu name of aalilT. J, Jeffrcya, to
wit: Lot numbered six (), tn block- numbered
tweciy.lbree (4-1), aa known and designated on tha
recorded map or plat of aald addition. , Tha tlmo
allowti' by law for tb redemption of aald real eatat
will expire on tbe 2nd day of August, A U. 1RHJ.
JaCOH J. UOBDoN. Purchaser .
Calro.HU., April Oth. A. D lAtsi.
To Uo.anna Burke, or any other person or poraon
' You are hereby notified that at a inln of real es
tate, in the county of Alexander and atalo or ll.
nol,' bold hy the rnitnty collector of aald couuty,
t tbe southwesterly door of t lis court house Id tb
city of Calm, In said comity and stato, on the lull
(lay of July, A. I). 1880, Uuorgu It. Lenin,
the ' undorslgnod, purchased the following
described real estate situated In tbn city
or Cairo, county of Alexander and itt of llllhols,
for the Infos due unrVutlpnid thnronlor llm ytnrs
A.l. 1871, 1878. 1877, IH7H and IH7II, t gethrr with
petmltles and costs; said real elale lining tuxcd In
iho tiama of aaltl l(oantia UnrUe, tow lit ,ot
unmberoil twenty ntne (2IM, In block numbered flf
ty-threo (fin, In the cllv ol (Intro, The time ulluwed
by lw Tor the redi'iiiitlon of said real e-mtu will
explro on the sth dav of July. A. 1), liwj
UKontlR R. I.F.NTZ, purvhuvr.
Caiw, Ilia.. April bib, A. U lHj.
The Jno, B. MnuJ came out late last
nifiht with good trip from St. Loui and
way points for Memphis. Bho returns to
8t. Louis again Monday morning next.
The Gold Dust will be out from St.
Louis to-nij;ht for Vickiburg and will ar
rivo bdut 6 o'clock.
The C. W. Ilenderson came through
fwm Nashville with a lot of lumber for
Cairo and returned to Nashville with a
light trip of grain.
The Hickory came out from St. Louis
towing one barge to be loaded with hickory
timber in the Tennessee river. She also
had 500 bbli of lime fur Cairo.
The Msry Houston got away from here
for New Orleans at noon yesterday with
all the freight she eould carry. Her
(tarda were in the water.
The Silrerthorn left for the bends with a
fair trip and will be back to leave again
Saturday night. . .
Throat, Bronchial, aud Luny Diseases
a soecialtv. Send two itamna For larcsi
treatise giviuf,' self treatment. Address
World's uiapeniary Medical Association,
Buffalo, N. r.
The Market. .
TiicnsDAY EvKJiixo, April 8, 1882.
The -we&tber continues warm and to-day
has been cloudy threatening rain. Alight
shower fell last night laying the dust and
mskiugthe green foliage take on a still
greener tint. ;-,'
QTbe market is not so stiff as at the open
iqg of tbe week, and dealers anticipate a
break soon to take place. Sales have been
ready up to this time and prices, if not
higher, have been generally well sustained
FLOUR The market is firm, and the de
maud moderately active. Receipts are
HAY Receipts are fair and market
firm. The demand continues good and
CORN We note a light supply and a
steady demand at quotations.
OATS Weaker. Prices have a down
MEAL Unchanged. Market easy.
EGOS The market hns a tendency to
weaken and quotations are lower.
POULTRY Live chickens are in good
demand. Prices are steady as quoted.
Turkeys are scarce and a tew would find
APPLES Very little doinj' in native
fruit and that only in a small retail way.
Sales anol Quotations.
NOTE.-Tb price hn given art tot salt from
firsthand. In round lot. Aa advance It
charged for broken lotain Biting order.
FLOUB. . .
fV Various g a us, on order 5 Soft. ,V
if) hhls. Cb...ce . gX&'i 3C
Ml bbls patent.. ..m,
1U bhlalowXX t MOM )
loo bbls family .
10 bbls choice INKIN, ......
100 bbls lancy..,. ....
car choice timothy. i 20 OO
2 cars prime " UO hi
1 car choice red top..,na. IH 00
4 cars cholre mixed h. ID 00
5 cars gilt edge timothy a i mi
1 car coarse prairie U (X)
S rr choir mlxod, In bulk oa track ... 71
7a a- choice white In hulk ..8IQH2
Sen mixed in sack deln.Mm,...,n.M.ra. 78
S car cho'ce In bnlk on track M
S car -railed In bulk mm M
S car mlxud In ncka del M St
No. 8 Red, tier hn 1 85
No. 2 Mudllurauean , 1 28
A) nhle Cltv ronnd loti.............. 8 81
SCO bbls City 3 W
Ronnd lot,.., 1 10111
Snoponnrla atrlctly choice Northern roll. WVltl
4ai pounds Southern Illinois... 2V((28
) pounds good northern roll.,
yiopoiudi gilt edged packed 4o242
Vfldoaaa . J
W doeBn.".'M . IS
2U0 doaaa. . i1''" ,MMMMaM I
TCHKET8. ' .
6 coop old hani.M.. W
tcoofi mixed ..8 W1''.
tcoou eholc bunMMa.,HMM.,,,,..n.n.8 x&W W
f . OM0NB. .
M bill eh'olco. .'. 00Q3 15
ltKI tckliiw..wMMw,,.,.,,i,ii,liiini.w,...l Sfl
t ' riiiaruss . . r j
dObii-h, Michigan bsach lilow,..,. i
im hhls. " reacbltlows
Suu bttrb. Early Ko.uaeud... ,
rr hbl Miwti iiitiitm us
i APPLE!). 1
Ml hhls, common ,,,,, ,
nil Ijlila cliotce. ..., i,Mi.tt.(i, , , ...IM,.
Per barrel T 5P0
treiod..m. , .
Plain hania .'. nana
8. O. llama M
Clear sides.... N. m. 15S
St. John at M
Ohio River . 1 i',
SS4 bushel burlap t
S bushel in
ft bashel " u
Orange, choice per box m ..4 004 M
Lemon choice per bwl ...3 75J.4 50
Peaches, halves and garters. ............... VAZM
Apples, bright , i;vuS
Choice, Factory ... is
cream. - nM 14
V . .....
Calf, ()reen. 1A
Dry Flint ehovce l!Wjt
Ory 8altMM ... ...mh.... ....... silIS
Oreen Salt ..mM..,.mm.i...hm. , ... 5uAl
Sheep Pel ts, d ry 1i ira4T
Sbeep Plt,graen..... tOl 00
Common Lug.. .,.,
1 3 mm 00
1 ....... 3 5ltS 4 00
..ewLear. a ?v on
Medium Leaf 5 51 "0
tio-4Laf. 1 ytQ 8 r
BATES OF FBEIOUT.
fireln Hay Flour Pork
Vcwt. cwt. V bill. Wbbl.
Mempbl 10 l.i 20 30
v Orleans 15 17Vtf SO 4
Helens, Ark........ 17' J :y SJ f2S
viexioure i7i as
Lord Byron, ia reference to a beautiful
lady, wrote to a friend "Lady has
been dangerously ill, but now he is dan
gerously well aain." American belles,
when attacked by any of the ills that flush
is heir to, may be kept killing, and avoid
being killed by taking Dr. R. V. Pierce's
"Favorite Pre8criptiont" which banitthes
femiuine weakness, and restores the bloom
of health. By all druggists.
l'r the Bulletin:
DR. WOLFE'S COMMON SENSE.
LETTER KO VII.
DIFFKltKNT FOBMS OF BU0NCIIITII. STtMP-
TOMS OK TREATMENT, ETC.
The Jtrachea 'begins where the larynx
terminates, and extend to its bifurcation
in the chest, where the bronchial tubes
are formed. It is subject to tbe samo
morbid conditions that the larynx and
bronchial tubes are, but diseases attacking
it are loss latal. As the trachea may bj con
sidered the main stem of the bronchial
structure, for the object of perspicacity, I
will isclude it under the general head of
The bronchial tubes below the division
of the trachea arc entirely within the lungs;
hence an inflammation of the membrane
lining them is, per se, a disease of the lungs
and not of tho throat, as is generally sup
posed. This membrane is liitble to disease
from a variety of causes, among which are
sudden changes of temperature, impure air,
breathing the fumes of acids, or inhaling
grain dust. When it becomes inflamed
the character of its secretions is changed,
and a train of morbid symptoms, both local
and constitutional, sets in. If the inflam
mation "is acute, the cough is hard and
hoarse attended with dryness of tbe throat
and nasal passage, with alternations of
chills and fever. As it progresses, respira
tion becomes difficult, the lips, purple the
face grows anxious and livid, delirum
comes on, and the patient relnpses into the
stupor of death, sometimes within forty
eight hours after the attack begins.
Generally, however acute bronchitis sub
sides at tho end of a week or ten days into
chronic bronchitis, leaving only cough and
expoctoration after the fever has disappear
ed. Its decadence is marked by the ex
pectoration of a thin, saltish water, scan
ty at first, but which gradually grows
copious, thick and yellow.
Chronic bronchitis, by the experienced,
is often mistaken for consumption ; for the
mucous membrane, sooner or later, becomes
altered in structure, and pours forth a mat
ter which has all the qualities of pus, when
tbe usual hectic fever supervenes, and the
disosss runs as eurtainly to a fatal termi
nation. Ot chronic bronchitis there are
several vsrlties, one of which we most a a
winter cough, making its appearance reg
ultrllv as tho winter season approaches,
and partially subidinff on the return of
spring. This form ol bronchitis Is incura
ble by any other moans than ' Medicated
Iohalatiou; and, if neglected, will certainly
terminate In consumption.
In treating this disease I have seen the
most beneficial effects ' from tho use of in
halations of marsh-mallow, coulum and
ipecacuanha. , They afford in a short spaoe
of time tho groatost roliof. By inhaling
thcio simple remedies, the difficulty of
breathing nd tho oppression of the cheat
have been rapidly removed, tho heated and
purched condition of the skin becomes
moist, tho cough quiet and tho oxpectora
tlon easy. Who that has witnessed the
soothing affects of warm fomentatloni ap
plied to tlio external surface of tho body
can doubt the value and superior efficacy
of soothing vapors, when inhaled', "along the
inflamed membrane of the bronchlttt , " ;
Another form of bronchitis is distinguish
ed by an excessive humoral discharge from
the lungsranging from one to several pints
during the twenty-four hours. Usually
there are two fits of coughing in the day
moruing and evening There is short breath
until the viscid secretion in the tubes has
been moved. This disease enfeebles' tne
patient very much; but ho may live for
years and be able to attend to light duties.
The countenance grows pale, the body
wastes, tho blood becomes thin and death
ensues apparently from the exhaustive drain
upon the system. n
There is still another form of this disease
called dry bronchitis, produced by a thick
ening of the mucous membrane of the air
tubes, by which they are much diminished
in size. There is a scanty secretion of light,
gluey matter sometimes striated with
blood. This affection is so common ia this
climate that a careful examicatio'n of tha
chest would doubtless reveal its ' existence
in many who are nursing the fatal delusion,
of entire exemption.- - ,'- . i v '
The symptoms by which dry bronchitis
are known are not marked by much severi
ty till it has advanced to its later stages,
when a little exertion will produce short
breath, caused by the lessened Capacity of
the tubes. This is felt after meals, and i
frequently referred to a full stomach, or
some other than the true cause. After a
time, however, there is constant tightness"
ia tbe chest, with a rasping cough, , which!
enables the patient to expectorate a tough,
jelly-like substance. If you ask such
whether they have a cough, they will an
swer "no," and yet almost in the same
breath will hack and raise the very sab
stance I have described. ' If digestion is
deranged, it is fashionable to ascribe this
cough to the stomach or to the liver com
plaint when thse are but signals of in
roads made upon the system by this, very
condition of the lungs, But there is some
thing so gratifying ia being assured that
there is no danger ot consumption, that the
physician yields to the persuasive look, and
says all is right when all is not right. Hu
man life is tampered with by such assuar
ances till the fearful details of . death are.
seen in the hectic fluuli, the wasting frame,
and tho enfeebled step. We see men and'
women daily who are destined to fill prem
ature graves from disease of the lungs who
never suspect iu presence, or -if they do.
seem not to care to know it, When any
symptom of disease is present the lungs'
should be carefully examined by a ', compe
tent physician, . and inhaling remedies at
once be prescribed. Delays are dangorousr
Very respectfully. '
N. B. Wolfe, M. D. ;
140 Smith St.. Cincinnati, O.
In referring to Dr. Wolfe, and his moda
of treatment, the Evening Record, of
Atirian, Alien., says : He is a physician of
large learning and twonty-flve years of buc-'
ceuet'ul practice in Cincinnati, in the treat
ment of consumption, asthma, Bronchitis,
lossot voice, bleeding trora the lungs, and
kindred diseases of the respiratory organs.'
Though he has been continuously located in-
Cincinnati, O., since 1857, he has prescribed
for, and cured thousands of sick people1
living in all parts of tbe United 8tates and
Canada, many of whom had pasviously
been given up by friends and physicians aa
incurable. Those who live at a distance
and wish to consult him, but can not visit
hha in person, should first write for his cir
cular of printod questions. By writing
snswers to these, any one can send as true a
statement of his condition as if be moda
his report to the doctor in person. From
this circular statement the doctor can ac
curately disgnose the disease and prepare
inhaling remedies for its removal. This
with the inhaler he rends quickly by ex
press, with instructionsfor usinir them, to all .
parts of the United States and Canada. His
address is 140 Smith street, Cincinnati, O.
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