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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY MORNING, .APRIL 7, 1882.
' City Ollicftrs.
Mayor N.B. Thintlewood.
Treasurer T J . Kcrth.
Clerk Dennis. J, Foley.
Counselor Wui. B. Gilbert.
Marahal L. H. Jrtcyor.
' Atloruey-Wllllam Hendricks.
, aoAHU or auiam"".
Klr.t Ward-PeUir Hatip. T. M. Kimt.roneh.
Second Ward-Jesse Hinklj. j:. N- nh..
Tlilrd Ward B. P Make, John Wood.
Kirtb !w3d-Cfciri- 0. Patter, Adolpb 8wo-
J,Klft'li Ward-T. W. Hallldav. Ernest B. Pottlt.
Circuit .1 udro . .1. Haker.
Circuit (Merit A. H. Irvln.
County Jiid?M It. S Yocmn.
County Clsrk S.J. Humm.
County Attorney-J M. Dainrnn.
County Treasurer-Miles W. Parker.
Mieiltf John Iloriire.
Coroticr-K. Flugeruld n.ni.Uv J A
County CiHnmltouers-T. W. Ualllday, i. a
lilll)i aud feter r-aup.
CAIRO BAPTIST. fnrnar Tsnth and Poplar
. roe ta ; preaching ttr.t and tiilrd Sunday, in
Kurh.nl.t; : a. m.. Bunday school 10.1. m..
Morning prayer. ;:' p. m.. evening
Y. Davenport, . T. H. Hector.
l-HtHT MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.-
al,...th achool at 7: P. " J- Bbor"'
V'tTIlKRAK-ThlrttTOth street: 47y! 5!f'
L bathJ:Ma.B.;8onday .ehoollp.m. Kef.
1 f KTHOOIHT Cor. KljchO and WaltM"'
,H Preachln rUbbath H :u a. m. - - r- -fcund.y
School at AM 9- J A Bc,,,tW'
l'sabbath at VJd?;,l?hJ3
"t a p m. K .t.OoMe,paatoi.
L.T JOSEPH Roman Catholic) c"
S and l Walnut streets; service. Sabbath 10 .30
a "aday Scro"'1 P- m. : Vrt P; m. . ser
,1; .."ad., at S a. Kev. O'Uara.. Priest.
nT. PATKICK-S-ninman CboMc)Corn SInih
3 . -wet and Wa.Mntrton y,BU V... Ji. vhwl
B. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTUM. It. H.
Mall ...- :lSrm MMall V?-m.
tSr.com'daUoll.ll;lua Kxurr-. ''''
,E,uret. 4np.m I Acc.imdaunu. 4MiS p.m
MI-S CSNTKALR. It.
Mall 4;..mMM.U W
Kipreti....... 10:15a m
(Narrow OftUite )
Kxr' 15 P m
Accota'datolu la :.!- p.in
8. It R
C. AST. U It. K
ST. I. . I .M
Epr 11 :p.ro I KprM-.
"com nation. i.Vp m ! Aecotn,datloii U:a.m
WAltS!I.ST LOI-ISA PACIFIC IfY CO.
Vail k .... i:'iym M!I K:M p-m
Oaiiy vl'tpl Sutidiy. Ualiy.
LLINOIS CENTRAL It. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Lino Kuruiint;
Making Direct Connkction
TatN L Cairo:
Arrlvlneln 8t. Loul 9 46 a.m ; Chlfairo.:p.ra.i
Connect.nn at Odin and Kfflnrttm for Clneln
nail, Lou'.avlllu. Indlatiapoln and poluia Eact.
11:10 .m. Ht. I,ouin und Wetitwrn
. ArrtlnlnBt.LouUT:OJip. m., and eonneetlng
(or all pointa VVnt.
4:UO i.m. J'aat KprM.
lorBt. Lonla and C'lileaipi. arriving at St. Loult
I0:40p.m.fcnd ChlcuitoT:' n
4:aOp.ra'. Clnolnnntl Kxpr.
Arriving at Cincinnati T :00 a.m.; I.oumvllla T:
a m.: lndlai.at.ollr. 4: a.m. Vunenbt
thic train roach the ahovc point lrf to JO
HOL'lltt In advance of any other rout.
f-Thn4:0 p.' it. axpNua h PULLMAN
Kl.KKHINO CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
rhangxa, and through alMiperato Ht. Loola and
Fast Time East.
JlSSenifeiS ern, .mu without any dt'lny
tnaad hy Hnnday.tuturvoiilug. Thu Hutimitjy aftor
oon train m Cairo arrlvea In new Yo'k Monday
lornlug at l:i5. Thlrty-ala houraln advanceol
ny othtir route. ......
tjfYttr throngh tlckota and further Information,
rplT at Illlxola CjnuaHlMlfoad nnot. Cairo.
J Ab J01INS0N, J.-II. JON.KS,
' Oun. Southern Agtmt. Tlcaet Aitont.
A.U. HANSON, Oon. Pa. Auont. Chlcairo
EOUGE II. LKACII, M.
PhvHiciau and Sursoon,
Bpactnl attention paid to lite Ilotifoimthli! tn-nt-ment
of niiBlcol(ilvao,audUli'ciiHi of woman
Offlco: On Uthatriut, oppimltu Ihu 1'oatOnko,
QR. W. C. JOCFLYN,
OFFICR-Rlghtk Straet. noarComt-arflal Avanne
J)U. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
OrnoB-No. 1S8 Coramorclal Avunoo, between
Jtgliln and MuthStranu
( W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
comtantly od hand
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At oue dollar per load.
Tha 'trtmmln(!f"are oarno fhavtni and make
the bent anmmer wood fur cooklut! purpof ee ae well
the chvapt evtir sold In Cairo, For black
mlth'f nitj lneuttin tire, thoy are nceunallad
Leave roor ordum at the Tenth atreut wood yard
HAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
V F.l K V HOAT
THREE .Isi STATES.
On and afti-r Mouday. Jane 7th. and nrtl! Inrther
tj'itlr.e trirfenyhoat willmake trlpa tr foliow:
Mttci i.nri Liavia
FiK)l Fonrth at. MiMourl Lard g. Kentucky Ld g.
2:nn p. m.
S:SO a. ro.
in:sn . m.
i V) p. m.
? Vi p tn
11 a. ra.
3 p. ns.
5 ;r0 p. ra.
2 r. m.
A New and compioto n-tol. frontlne on Lcvce
Second aud Railroad Street,
Th Pamencer D tot of the Chirm:". St. LnuU
an- .iow Or!wiii: l!l!nol Ci-titril: a' axh. St.
Lmil and Pacini", Iun .Mountain and S'ltihern,
Mobili- and Ohio: I air ami St. I.ouia Ratiwaya
ar all Juki a"oM the trec: while the Steamboat
Lanriini! Ik bat one t innre dlitntit,
Thin Hotel In hi-atrd hv (team, hns ttcam
l.atitidr). Ilvdranllc Elevator, Kln tr:r C - 11 llella
Automatic Kire-AUrm. llntlm. aheoluivly puro air,
perlci'.t avweratrn nd inniiilnti' aptioiiitmnia.
. Sniierh furLtl.lU(;i ; perfect rvico; and an nn
X.. V. PVRKKK .V; f;f)..IJof.HPPB
Conimoroiiil Avenue and Eighth Street,
F. B'tOSS. Preaulcnt, I P, NKFF. VlcePrea'nt
II. WELUS, Ciwhlur. T. J. Kcrth, Aaa't r.Uhh
F, Broa C'u'ro I William K'ti:o, .Cairo
Peter NVff " I Wlllimn Wii!f..
( M Oeterloh " I t'. 0. Pallor "
E.A.Budur " II. We'll. ..
J. Y, Cliim'ou, Caledonia.
A (18NEUAt. BANKINO ItUSINKsS DONE.
Exchange aold and bouuht. Inl.erort pnlil In
the Hnvlnif Dopirtnient.. Collectlona mmlu und
all bunlnons pruntptly attmi Jed to.
JfEW YTORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest, Variety Stock
IN" TIII'J CITY.
C.OODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
C. O. PAT1ER & CO..
Cor. Nineteenth itrmit) fill I'M Til
Commurciul Avenue VttllUj 111
rpAX PL'UCIIASKICS NOTICE.
To Tavlor A Purson, ijr any other perVon or
poron i'tittrected: Vou are hereby liotillud thut
at a rale ol real entate. In the county ol Alexatider
und utate ol'llllnoia, held bv the county collector of
emit county, at Hie aotiihwealorly door of the court
boosu In the rlty of Cnlro, In aald comity aud
vtate, on IhuUlMh day of July, A. 0 Ihi. Oeo.
Jt. Lent., tlm underaiuucd purrhaiied the
follnwinit ditacrlhed retl e.tate itiiBted In the ftrnt
addition to the city of Cairo, iu the county of Al
tX'inder and atate of Illlnuia. for the taxjlue and
iiiii!(I tnercon for the yearn A. D. 1 lSVti,
1877, 1S7H and H7!l, to 'ether with peiinltlei and
roftn; fiiil mil etat : being axed In tlm name of
Tavlor & Paraon. to-wit: Lot numbered nineteen
in block numbered twenty.ouu, iu the
Flint ddlliim to thecitvor Cairo. The time al
lowed bv law for the redemption of mid real enlate
will empire on the aitti day of ,itlv, A. I).
(.KOKOIi )(. I.F.NTSJ, Purchaser.
Cairo, Ilia , April 7, A. J. 1S.
AX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
To Fninela Mriver. or any other pfrcon or per-
fiorjM Intereateil; You are heieby tiotltled that ut a
fale of real mtute. In the coduly of Alexander and
inate ol Illinois, held l y the county collectur of
enld county, at the imnlh westerly door of the court
boune, In the city of Cairo, In Mid county and
Kittle, on the 'tb dy of Julr, A. 1. IS)
(iuori! R. Letitz, tho tindernVned pur
cbatd the following described real
tutu, nllii HI in the first addition to the
cltv of Cairo, In tlm county of Alexander and at me
of illlnoin, for the tx iIum ami unpaid thereon
fur the yearn A. D lB7ti, 1877, l"iT8and 170, together
with pcnaltlen and contn: nnid real entuto being
taxxd tuthe name of naid Francit Mayer, to-wlt:
Lotn numbered thirty one ( 111. tnirtv-twu (!!!) and
thirty-three (';)), In block liiiinbred twenty-one
(.'1). In the Ftrnt addition to the clt of Cairo. The
time allowed hy law fur the redemption of Kaia
real en'nte will expire on the th day of July,
A. I) liDii (iEORtlE R. LENTZ, Purchaser.
Cairo. Ilia , April 7th, A. I) ltjni
rjHX PURCnASEU'S NOTICE.
To Mm. (Jeorire W'e'don, or any other pionon or
peraona ititererteil: You are hereby notified that
at a nuie ol renl cntat". in the county (if Alexander
and rtnte of ll'.inoln. h Id ' y the county cullector
of naid couuty, at the noutriwenterly door of tho
court bonne in the r.ttv of Cairo, In null county nnd
ntttte. on the I'ith duv of July A. I). IWV f:harla
timlher purcha.-d the f.illolna deacrlbe ' ral
B.iaie nlta ted I" th- cltv of Cairo, county of Alex
ander and mate nf lllliioin, for the txeH due and
u'lTiid thereon for the yearn A )). 1874. 1H7.'j. lT'i,
J T7 , 1-7 and H79. to.'ther with penaltien and
roKtr: nald real e'tatu bemt! taxed in the name o(
M rn. Oeorije Wcljon. to-wlt: Lot number twenty
inef2l) In block i ninli-r seventy-three (7I!, In the
city on" tiro, which a'il certillca'e was on the Mill
davof.July, A. 1) lS'.dulvanniifned to theunder
aiirned. Tne time al. owed by ihw for the redemp
tion of nai l real etat will expire on the ltitu day
of Juiy A. D.
GEOKOS n LENTZ, Assignee.
Cairo. Ill., April 7lb. A.D. 1SH-J.
ALTER S SALE.
Mute of I!!ini'ln. I . Clrcnlt court of Alcxan-
Couu'.v of A.cxiiuler ( d- r county.
"t December Siecial l crru, A. D. 11.
Janice il. Mukaliey.
Ambrone Elklnn, D.-Ltha E'.kira and George
B'U in Chancery to Korec'tme Mortsaje.
Vuh ic notice le hereby clvon, that. In j urmancc
of ad--ree mtide at. d entered by najd court In
th-.- above entitled caui-e, on the h.ti i'. iv of liecem
her. A. O. lssi, I Alexander 11. Ir'ln, mafter in
chntirerv of tile nnid circuit court will,
ou Tiienilnv. the necond day of Msv lKJ,at the
hour of H o'cUk I; iii the forenoon, at the n inth
westerly d -or or the court hoiie. iu the city of
Cairo, conn v of Aiexaud-.-r und State nf lillnnn.
He I at public aue:iu:i. to the highest bidder, for
ra-li,all and miifCiir. the rollolns: described
premises aT.d r-al e-tate iu n;ild decree mcutliued,
iiuate in Uie c nut v of Alexander nnd Hate of
Ilitimi. orso n.itch thereof an ahull be sufficient to
na l-fv naid ile. ree. to-wlt: I'nrt of ttic nonth
Lalfo'ftne horthwest qtia-ter of nectlun Five Cn In
township -lxt -en l'i ninth, end in rt.Ke Two (iii
w e-t of of the third principle nieriil an containing
forty Ave and fllty, oue hundredth ftcre, more or
Dated April 8:b,lSJ.
ALEX. II. IhVIN.
Ma.ter In Chancery of the Circuit Court of Alex
David T. Lineuar, Comptalaanf Solicitor.
Ctrr rr.rnK'n OrrtrK, l,
Cmiio. Iit.s.. Mar. lTtn. leJ.
Public notice Is hereby -riven that onl'nenday the
IMili ilav of April A. D Kvi. 0 general election will
l. held In the citv of Cairo, couuty of Alexander.
nUleof Ililiinis, for ihe election of oue alderman
for the rciiuinr term of two yearn from euch of the
five wa ds id th'. city.
For the purpose of naid election pole will bo
opened a' tho 'ull'.w In i named pmces, viz:
In the Kir-t ward ut th" police headquarter In
rear ol Mrs. K.isa Whre'n building corner of Sixth
ptre.t HU'l Obiol vee.
In the second aidat the euulne liouae oflhe
Hoi fh and Heiidv ureompat v.
In the Third wa-d at th engine hotine of the
Iliuetn nn ti't compnnv.
In the Fourth ward, nt tho Court House
And in the Fifth ward, at tho etglue houne of the
Anchor tire company.
Siiid election l;l be open at el ;ht o'clock In the
tnortili'tr, and continue ooen until ecveu o'clock Iu
the aftoruoou of aiime day.
' Itv 'i rk.
'J1X PUIICIIASEHS NOTICE.
To T. . I. Jeffrey, or any other pernon orperon
ineri'Kted: , .... -
You are hereby notified that at a nale ef R -al En
tatelnthe county nf Alexander and St'it.eof Illlnola.
hi Id bv the county co lector of nnid county, at the
ou in westerly door of th" coirl houne in the city
of Cairo, In nntd cn intv nnd Blate. on the and day of
Aiiu'ust. A. p. Ifi. the uuilemigiied, piinhaned
the followiiiL' dencrlhed real enlite Itliated in the
First add lion to the cltv of Cairo, county of Alex
ander and state ol lllliioin, for the luxe due and
nnnall thereon for the yearn A. IS,:!, lritt,
187,-, i7li. 177. 1H7H and 1K79, together
with penalties and costs: naid real estate being
taxed In the name of nnid T J . Jeffrey, to-wlt: Lot
numbered live M. In block numbered twenty-three,
ilMM known and deslgi.ated on the recorded map
or p'at of said addition. The time allowed by law
for'thc redemption of naid real enlaie will expire
on the 2nd day art' Atiiiimt. A. D.
JACOB J. GOUDON. Poichascr.
Cairo, 111.. April 5th, A. I)., IrWi.
AX PUKCHASKU'S NOTICE.
ToT, J. Jeffreys, or any other nertnn or proni
You nru hereby notlfled thai at ft nb' of real fa
tale, In the county or Alexander nnd ntiito of Illl
noln, held by tho county c-lleclor of sulo cunnty. at
the noutliw'enterly door of thu ciiurt house In the
cliy of Calm. In nuld eontlv and atiue, on tho Cud
day of Aug., A. D.IHNI). the nndersluncd purchased
tho followliitf described real esUte alluoted In the
First addition to the city of Cairo, couuty of Alex
andernndntateofllllnoln.fortho tnxc duo and
unpaid thereon for tho yearn A. I). 187:1,
1871, 18?:, 1SVII, 18"7, 1878 and 187(1. to
gether with peiiultlo" aud c.o.ts; said real e.tatehu.
tug taxed In tho name of illdT. J. Jeffrey, to
wlt: Lot numbered nix ill), In block numbered
twer.tv threw (ill), an know-ii and dealguat"d ou the
.....,.... ,1 ,. nl,,l ,,T Mttiil urtrtltlitM 'IhiA tllntl
I ,iv ,, nn,), "i r..... H
allow i" by nw for the redemption of nuld real entato
win expire on me znn nny oi mikusi, a i. inrj,
JaCOlt J. ODKIioN, l'urciiascr.
Calro.Ill., April 5th, A. V. iMtW.
To llonanna Iturke, or any oilier person or peraona
You are hereby notified that at a nnlo of real e
tste. m the cotinlv of Alexiilidir ami Htate ol Illl
nuln, held bv the coii"ty codector of ld county,
at tlm soiithwcnli'rly door of tlm court bonne iu the
city ofCalro, In nuld countv and nlate, on thu 8th
day of July, A. D Guorgo H. Lenin,
the undersigned, purcluiH.il Hie following
described real estate nllnnteil In tlm city
of Cairo, county uf Alexander nnd ntnto of llllnol-,
for the taxes dun and iinpind Ihnreon lor thu yearn
A. It 187.1, 187(1, 1N7,, anil is, h, i srtiiner Willi
iieuiiltleK niul costs: said real oatnlu belnu tixed In
thonanio of aald Ko.ntina llurke, to wlt: Lot
iiuiiiIhtuiI twniily-nliie Uin. In block iniinbered lir
ly-thnie (Mil. In the city or Cairo. Tint time- allowed
by liiw for lb" redemption ol said real estate will
expire ou III ' am uuv oi iuiv, a. ii, in
UKOHtiK It. LKNTZ, iiiircliaaer.
Cairo, Hie., April .'ilh.A.U im.
Tlio Jno. B. MhiiJ cttmo out late lftst
night with good trip from St. Louis ami
way points for Mumphiti. Slio returns to
8t. Louis finin Monday morning next.
T!i Gold Dust will bo out from St.
Lmis to night fur Vickfllmrg and will ar
rive about 0 o'clock.
Tho C. W. Hunderson came th rough
from Nashville with a lot of lumber for
Cairo ami 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 bbls of lime for Cairo.
The Mary Houston got away from here
for New Orleans at noon yesterday with
nil tho freight she . could carry. Her
girds were in the water.
The Silverthorn left for the bends with a
fair trip aud wilt t)e back to leave again
Throat, Bronchial, aud Lunir Diseases
a specialty. Send two stamps for large
treatise giving self treatment. Address
World's Dispensary Medical Association.,
Buffalo, N. Y.
Thlhsdat Eyksiso, April 6, 1882.
The weather continues warm and, to-day
has been cloudy threatening rain. A light
shower fell last night laying the dust and
making the green foliage take on a still
QTlie market is not so s'.iff as at the open
ing of the week, and dealers anticipate a
break soon to tako place. Sales have been
ready up to this timo and prices, if not
higher, have been generally well sustained.
FLOUR The market is firm.Tind the de
mand moderately active. Recipts aro
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.
EGGS The market has a tendency to
wc.iken and quotations are lower.
POULTRY Live chickens are in good
demand. Prices are steady as quoted.
Turkevs are scaice and a lew would find
APPLES -Very little doing iu native
fruit aud that only n a small retail way.
Sales and Quotations.
NOTE. The price here given are for lea from
flret handn In round lota. Ao advance Is
charged for broken lotnin flillnsorder.
i'.oo Various en, on order 5 .Wlf so
:'.M bbln. Ch e a X W
.SO bhln rontent. T Nl
loo bids family J
HI bbls ch die " '
100 bbl. laucy w
4 car choice tlmoihy 2" IK)
Scar pr im! " Jil
1 cur choice red top 18 00
4 cam choice mixed I'J "0
8 car gilteiUo timothy ai
1 car coarse prairie "
A c choice mixed. In bnlk on track .......
7if rholce wnite m inn ci n
Sen mixoJ in ack del - '8
6 cam cho're In bulk on track M
Scar mixed In hulk.... ol
a cars mixed In sack uol oi
No. 3 lied, tierbu 1 23
No. Medlturauoan ii
.iv, 1.1.,. 'l.u iAnl tntn It
aim obi city s w
80(1 pound nrlo.tly choice Northern roll. .mitW
4oii pounds Southern llllnoln lat
' pounds good northern roll.
JoOpo'iud gill edged packed iOitu
4i0 doaen M-
0 0O311 00
. CHIC K EN B.
8 coop old ben ea iio
5cop mixed ?, 35., an
s coou choice neni.Mm fw ou
fO bbl choice 7 SOOSMIJ
ion sack 1
IVlhu'li. Michigan Jiiuich blow J JJ1
llKl bbls. " I'eaclililowl
SUO hush. Early Kouod
Tuf blil i itii itiMMit iiit 10
Sflbnis, common J
30 bbls. choice.... BU
,7 FsX3S CO
Plain ham none
H. C. llnuia 11
Clear Hidu , 1HLi
St. John 1 55
Ohio itiver 1 41
i'i bnnhel burlapn 8u
6 bushel " n
5 bushel " u
Orange, choice per hoi M. 4 V)4 SO
Lemons choice per box 3 754 50
Peache. halve and qiiarler.,
Apples, bright -
Choice navy , 4 25
Choice medium 4 00
9 , M
V t 5fl6
Calf, Green .... 10
Dry Flint choice 15li
Dry Salt h o,lr
Green Salt ,.M Ditl
Sheep Pelts, dry M lf'0,47
Sheep PtlU, green 50311)0
Common Lug 12 ',KSfl 00
Good ilign 3 4 00
..ew Leaf. 4 7rsa 5 "0
Veillum Leaf , 5 5vtA fO
Gorl,eaf. 50 8 ue
RATES OK FREIGHT.
Grain. Hay Flour Pork
fewt. fewt. Vhbl. Vbbl.
.Mempnt in ir '.ii ao
v Orleans, 15
Helena. Ark 17!i W :n i
Vickaburg 17 a: l!
Way S.'4 7J 4i blX
Loud Byuo.v, in reterence to a beautiful
lady, wrote to a frieud "Lady has
been dangerously ill, but now she is dan
gerously well again." American belles,
when attacked by any of the ills that tlesli
is heir to, may be kept killiug, and avoid
being killed by taking Dr. R. V. Pierce's
"Favorite Prescription," which banishes
feminine weaknesses, and restores the bloom
of health. By all diuirgists.
For the Bulletin:
DR. WOLFE'S COMMON SENSE.
LETTEIl NO VII.
DIFFERENT FORMS OF TJUONCIIITIS, STMP
TOMS OF TREATMENT, ETC.
The (trachea 'begins where the larynx
terminates, and extends to its bifurcation
in the chest, where thu bronchial tubes
are formed. It is subject to the snmo
morbid conditions . that the larynx and
bronchial tubes are, but diseases attacking
it are less lata). As the trachea may bo con
sidered the main stem of the bronchial
structure, for tho object of perspicacity, I
will include it under tho general head of
The bronchial tubes below tho division
of the trachea are entirely within the lungs;
hence an inflammation of tho membrane
lining them is, per se, a disease of the lungs
and not of the throat, as is generally sup
posed. This membrane is liable 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 ot tho throat
and nasal pass.ige, with alternations of
chills and fever. As it progresses, respira
tion becomes difficult, tho lips, purplo the
face grows anxious nnd livid, delirum
comes on, and the patient relapses into the
stupor of death, sometimes within forty-
eight hours after tho attack begins.
Generally, however acute bronchitis sub
sides at tho cad of a week or ten days into
chronic bronchitis? leaving only cough Bnd
expectoration after tho fever has disappear
ed. Its decadence is marked by tho 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 olten raistakon for consumption; for the
mucous nicmbrano, sooner or later, becomes
altered in structure, and pours forth a mat
ter which has all the qualities of pus, whon
tho usual hectic fever supervenes, and tho
dlsoBserunsaslcortainly to a fatal termi
nation. Ot chronic bronchitis thero aro
several varitics, one of which wo niotit as a
winter cough, making Its appearance reg
ularilv as tho winter season approaches,
and oartially subsiding on the return of
spring. This form ot bronchitis is Incura
ble by any other means than Mudlcatcd
Inhalatiou; and, ifncglected, will certainly
turminate in consumption.
In treating this disoaso I havo seen tho
most beneficial cll'ecls from tho uso of in
halations of marsh-mallow, contum and
ipecacuanha. They afford in a short space
of timo tho groattiBt relief. By Inhaling
these simple remedies, tho difficulty of
breathing and tho oppression of tho cheat
have been rapidly removed, tho heated and
parched condition of tho Bkln becomes
moist, the cough quiot and tho expectora
tion easy. Who tlmt has . witnessed tho
soothing effects of warm fomentations ap
plied to tho external surfaco of tho body
can doubt the value and superior eflicsef
of soothing vapors, when inhaled along Uia
inflamed membrane of the bronchittf
Another form of bronchitis is distinguish
ed by an excessive humoral discharge from
the lungs ranging from one to several pints
during the twenty-four hours. Usually
there are two fits of coughing in tho day
morning and evening There is short breath
until the viscid secretion In the tubes had
been moved. This diseaso enfeebles the
patient Very much; but he may Jive or
years and bo ablo to attend to light duties.
The countenance grows pale, the body
wastes, tho blood becomes thin and death
eneues apparently from the exhaustive drain
upon tho system.
There is still another form of this diseaso
called dry bronchitis, produced by a thick
ening of the minima membrane of tho air
tubes, by which thuy are much diminished
in sizo. There is a scanty secretion of light,
gluey matter sometimes striated with
blood. This affection is so common, in this
climata that a careful examination of tht
chest would doubtless reveal its existence
in many who are nursing the fatal delusion
of entire exemption.
The symptoms by which dry . bronchitis
arc 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 is
frequently referred to a full stomach, or
some other than the true cause. After a
time, however, there is constant tightness
in the chest, with a rasping cough, which
enables tho patient to expectorate a tough,
jelly-like substance. If you ask such
whether they have a cough, they will an
swer "uo,'' and yet almost in tho same
breath will hack and raise tho very sub
stance I have described. If digestion is
deranged, it is fashionublo to ascribe this
cough to the stomach or to the liver com
plaint when these are but . signals of in
roads made upon the system by this very
condition of the lungs. But there is some
thing so gratifying iu being assured that
there is uo 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
auces till the fearful details of death aro
seen in tho hectic Hush, tho wasting frame,
and the enfeebled step. We see men and
women daily who are destined to fill prem
ature graves from disease of the lungs who
never euspect its presence, or if they do
seem not to care to kuow it. When any
symptom of disease is present the lungs
should be carefully examined by a compo-v
tent physician, and inhaling remedies at
once be prescribed. Delays are dangerous.
N. II. Wolfe, ju. D.
14G Smith St.. Cincinnati, 0.
In referring to Dr. Wolfe, and his model
of treatment, thu Evening Record, uf
Adrian, Mich., says: He is a physician of
large learning and twenty-five years ot suc
cessful practice iu Cincinnati, in the treat
ment of consumption, asthma, Bronchitis,
loss of voice, bleeding from the lungs, aud
kindred diseases of the respiratory organs.
Though he has been continuously located in
Cincinnati, 0., sinco 1837, he has prescribed
for, and cured thousands of sick people
living in all parts of thu United States and
Canada, many of whom had previously
been given up by friends and physicians as
incurable. Those who live at a distance
and wish to consult him, but can not visit
him in person, should first write for his cir
cular of printed questions. By writing
answers to these, any one can send as true a
statement of his condition as if he made
his report to tho doctor iu person. From
this circular statement the doctor can ac
curately diagnoso tho disease and preparo
inhaling remedies for its removal. This
with tho inhaler he sends quickly by ex
press, with instructionsfor, usinar them, to nil
parts of the United States and Canada. His
address is 140 Smith street, Cincinnati, 0.
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State of Illinois, ) In the Aleiander Coun-.
n. tr Circuit court. Majf
Alexander Conntv. I Term A. 0. 18te
Alexander Ooldninllli, Iko W. Klaw aud Charles.
Hrbeuor, firm of UoltUuilth, Klaw A Co.-Plaint-.
Strati-A Co. Defendant.
Notice I hereby given that anlt hy attachment,
ha been commenced In ald ceurt In favor of the.
ahov.i named plalntltf against the estate of said
defendant for the sum o' three hundred and nine-,
ly-flvo dollar. Now. therefore, nnle ald de,-.
fetiilant ahull appear on Ihe flrt day of the next
term of nil d court, to be hidden at the ojurt houno
In Cain, on the sth day of May, A. 1). 1WH and
give bail and pleait a required by taw, Judgment
will be entered against t nein and the etate ao at
tttohod mid. Al, EX. II. IHVIN, Clerk.
Cairo, llllnol, March Ktt, tH8i.
Uiikhn Jt Uilbeut, Plaintiffs AtWruyi,