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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
Mayor-N. B. TUUtlcwood.
Trea.ur.r Edward Dez.iuia.
Clerk DctiL.ii.. J, Foley.
CuiibNttlur Wm. II. Gilbert.
Mumbal J. C. Lalltie.
Police .Ma;,'liitrutii-J. J, Illrd.
WUUI) nr AUlEllMEW.
Hrl srcl-Wm. OX'Mluhnu. M. .1. How-lev.
bucond Wurd-David T. Llneur, C. It. Wood
Wiril. Third Ward-W. P. Wright. Ejjbert Smith.
Kourtli Word C'liarlcn O. Patter, Jumci Kynnitoii
I'lttb Watd-T. W. Ilalllday, Emet U. Pettit.
Circuit ,Iii(!ue-0. A. Darker
Circuit ( lerk J. A. Rcve..
County Jiidu'e It. I Yocuia.
County Clcrk-S. J. Humr.i
County Attoru.y W. C. Mllkey.
County Treaaunr A. J. Aiden.
Coroner R. FitzpTux.
Cotiutv ComnlLiouriT. W. Ilalllday. M. V
Urowu. fainuel Unity.
GENERAL DELIVERY open . :W a. ill.; clo.e
i :.!' p.tt). ; Sunday: Slot a. n.
Muuey Order Department opeu at 6 a. ni.; dote
at f . m.
TumiiKU EzpreM Ma'.l via Ul'.col Central and
K'.kiih) Uttr.l Hull wad. close, at J: p. m.
Ca'-o aui I'up'.-r Uit::r TUrci'J and Way Mall
c!'o nt 1-2:1 ujutf
Way Mull vft:Uno! Central. Cairo and Vln
rone mid Ml....ippl CeLtral Railroad eloe at
Wy Mi.l k? Narrow Gauge Railroad c'.oe Bt 8
Cairo u:.d Evas.rl'.le River Route c!oe at :'B
). in. diliy (except Friday).
AFRICAN M. E.-Fciirtecath treit. between
Walnut and Cedar .treet: erire Sibbith 11
a. ra. t.d:SJp. ta-; Sunday bchool I:.' p.
(IIlilTIAN Ei'ht.oi.th Hwt; mcet.nK Sib
J L;.tli lo:.ip. ra.; preacul&u ccaktaliy.
(IIiniCH OF THE HEDEEMERHEpicep:i1)
J Fo;reentn tnet; Mi.ru'.Lit pnjir. Msh' jth)
!:: a. ai.; evening prayer. ":' p.m.; fcabbttL
t-i.tioo! : a. 1.1.
IT'RiiT MISSIONARY HAITIST CHURCH -rr.v;h;tif
at ln:i a. m., p. in., ncd 7: p. in
t-abh-avi n-liool at p. & Rev. T. J. huotv.
I us tor.
IrTHKRAN-Thlrt.euHi itreet; erv:ce lab
t.a:U:ia. a. auI7:io p. in.; tvind:.y .cLujl
METH'J!)IST-C(ir ,E!At!i and Wa'.rr.t .trci-t.;
Pr. mliiiiir SuMnh W:i) m. tL'l 7 p.m.;
rr-.vrr fnit'i.k'. Wt-dnv.day 7:V p. in.; hunlay
frcijoni, '1 a. t:( Ktv. Wtittakcr, puxir.
1UEUYTEKIAN-E!!ili nr-!: prt-ictlt? on
KiVn'ti at 0. n. n::d 7:Vip. m.; pMr
iik t:tj V."lti-f tiv M :W(. 1:).; uiiday Ki.ool
at :i p. m. hi-v. U. V. (..'orc, pator.
CECONK Kl'.EE WII.li UAlTli'T - K'..'-. r.lU
O nrrei. In lttc.-ti Wn'.iiut ur.ddd-r .!ri-v:. ir
viu ft:.vvj!itb tt 3 ui.d 7:j p. m.
CT. .T(iEI l! t I-riau Catho'U-i ( orr.tr Crc
O and WaliiUt 'rtvt; ..nl(- suV.atU J i a
n ; Mitdjy hihcd r.t i p. n.; vr ! p. 1 1.; fir
vie . cry 'day a' s p. ta.
CT. P.VTI.'lt'K'S R( i...".") CatVi'IciConur Ninth
O and VV:!t l'
iriiiu av.isv: '.n:ci t
r.itb a t.1 in a tr..; -; r o i. u
iii. : pvr'.tc ii-ri- due at s t.. m
Tiie I. C. U. R.
CT T) TTT ANP A LI. !'!T IN
Ol. liVUli THU NOKTII fftM
DENVER ami all points West.
MONTREAL and ROSTON,
A::d a!! EiXiT'.i i.ii:.l at vory l iw rak'H
(JAIRO k ST. LOUIS R. R.
II. W. SMITIIKKS. Itweiver.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE DETWEEX
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Time Echini ul:
TtrniisU Expre-j leave. Cairo Mr a.m.
Tu.-oitcU Exprv. arrivi. at E. !. Lotil... liuop.m.
Tiirjiiih Kxpn? U-aw E. M. Louis.... tt:im a.m.
Tiiromli Expri-i arrlvi- at Cairo !S:dp.tn.
J!v.rpliy.ioroaccomaiodatluti leave-Cilrol j.SS p.m.
Mii'pL'y'horo Acc. arrivt at MurpL l:oro 6:W p.m.
lu.-)hy"lK)ro Ace. k'live. Mi:rp!iyuoro... 4:15a.m.
.M.;ri:'.ithoro Acc. arrive at Cairo 1!J 43 a m.
Tin? Cairo 4 St LonU Rail Road 1 the only all
Rail Iioiiic hctwctfn Cairo and St. L011U nndcr one
lnniiaienHnt, therofurc there are 110 delays at
w av etutl'in awultlEit cotinitttlrsf from other lines.
Clo'eauil nure coar.t!ctiiD at i?t Lout with other
1Iim fur Xorta, E:lt and Went
J. A. NAL'GI.E. I.. M. JOHNSON,
A;ont. Uonerul Jlauager.
0 AIRO 6c VINCENNES II. R.
Hi 3IILES TIlE sl?KTEST u10L"rE T0
17 VrTT PC THE SHORTEST TO LOUIS
'kt JLlliJjS VILLE. CINCINNATI, UAL
TIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
1 1 TrTT TQ THE SHORTEST TO INDIAN
J MllJli APOLUj.PUILADEH'IUA.NEW
VORK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over tralu of all other route making the ame
tar Ptt'nengera by other route to nkc connec
tlsu must rldu all nluht. waiting from one to lx
bour at raall couutry itatlou for truln of con
HE M EIRERTH CT and tako our 4 : tt
... . .. , wachlnii Kvn-
Tllle, IndlanapolU. Ctncluuatl ntid Lonlavtllu ame
$M. TfRii'lei'vo and arrlva at Cairo an follow ;
Mall leave 4:45 a.m.
Hull arrive. 10:00p.m.
Through ticket and check to all Important
f . A. MILLER ROHWET.t. vrt t vn
v p 2i?' w
Corner Twelfth Street.
E. A. BURNETT, Pkoimiiktok.
Of all l)fsci ijitions at I.owf t l'i ices".
To Order on .Shoi t Notice.
Letter Heads, 10 ami 12 Pound
Note Heads, 5 mid (! Pound.
Bill Heads, Hand 10 Pound.
Statements, f and C round,
Bills Lading, 10 Hound.
ALL FIRST-CLASS TArER.
Envelopes, Tags, Cards,
"White and Colored
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDlY
ONE OF TIIE MOST IMPORTANT DlM Of
ERIES of the nineteenth lenturv. and one thai tuki
eiiial rank with the Invention ol tlie teleplmtv.
tiieilw tnc llu'lit nuil other Hlt iitlllc niniltcl
the line la that of t
Henry's CARBOLIC SALVE.
Thin ('ocipoinid poi-aiK. tl.e moct remarkable
Ileallni.' Properties of any known ayent umplo--ed
tor lut pttrpoKe of ennui! i
MORES, WOl'NDS. CUTS, Ilill'ISES.
IuflfiDicl ami iiliradod hurfucpu, and fir
ALL SKIN DISASES.
It. cleniiKliis prnpirtleh rn.iove nil Impnrltt
Cut lilnilir tl.e lormatlou ol a lieulthy tt. .1:. aid
the work of run1 enic (in to completion wl'h
nio.t WONDEhFl L IiAPIDITV. Let no family
beuiti.ont a box of It in the Iioiim:. I'iiieliu.c
f-xtol it virtue.; and the tl.e tl.oiMniid" v. 10
l.avu II.ed It. ut.lti In reciimmemlli.K it IteWCKi
Ask frr Ht-nry h ('arbnlic Salve, nnd take
JOHN T. HENRV, (URRAN & CO.,
( !) Sole Proprietor.,
RARL'LAY DUOS . wl.ol. hiI.i Ak-ent.
MITl'AL AID SOflKTV.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Onrnuizcil .lulj lV'li, 1 H77, Under the Lnvsot
the Stilled i;;ii.U. fopjri.'hteil July
!i. Ii!"7. um'.t r Art nt Ci-nL'tcss.
WILLIAM STRATTON, I'ue.idkst.
Mi... I'. A. TAYLOR. Vi.-e Piii:mi tNT
J. A. OOLDSTINE. - Tr.KAfiT.Kn.
Dr. .J.J (iCHDON. '::. Anvn-oi..
THOMAS LEWIS. - Seiue-aiiv.
LOAKU OK MA.NAOEIIS:
J. J (iOPliON. Pfivi-lrlan Cairo. Ill
!.!'. A TAYLOR, Siiptrlnteinli nt of
ScLriv',, Alirander l'i;:ntv
Mr E C. Kt'HD. Vi.riefv lirneit Store,
J. A. GOLDsTINE. i f Oi Ui.tine ii R,i.
el. water. V.'hcli .:;!i al.d hi tuil Ueulern
lu st:.i k ;:.! Fi-.i.ev Drj (iooiU "
N Ii. TIllsTLEV. 601). i l Ilinkle k
T!.i.t;ewood. Co::ii:ii.ioii .VercLat.t,
Ci ttoi. in:-; Ti-aeeo Fuetorn " '
S. D. AYEP..". ol Ay. .V. Co.. ( Miii.iii.
Mot: Mere;-.:,r.' ... " '
THOMAS LEWIS. I:.M;r:.ie JtuBactr
Kin! "i rnev i-.t Law..... ' '
WM. STRATTON, i i Str-tt'i i Rird.
Wt:o!'.-aie (.riirtr. "
(;EO. M. ALDEN, Coian.lr.li.il Mer-
flant. 1 Oi.lo Levee
.IAS S. RE AMD EN. Aei.t M;..-,..!j,;,i
Vsliev TrinM-prtrticr. '-tnpn:.y ' "
HARRISON IIOl'PT, Watcsniaktr ai d
('HAS 11 STfART. Wholei-nle and he
t::il Prv Oiiorn hl;f. Notior
EDWARD A. RI DER. Mm i-.fu -tv.rirs
.tewiler and Lok-.r.'.e Dealer In
W'nv hi'ii.ker"'Toolf :i; .! Mut.-na'.f . . .. "
EDWIN R KI.NEW. l'rep.-letor St
IIAZEN LEIUHTON.Cot.iml"lon Mer-
Dr. EDWAH!) R. RlE. V. s Mnr.l.al
Sunt hem D:-'rk: Iliiuul.. .. . SpriksrtMd. Ill
Mr.. H. A. AYERs. ... .... . Vlllu Rlil-e.
Dr. R S. liRIi.HA V. I I y-irun, Ii.iiiunapi.l;.. Did
ia y.. i.Li.Aii, i.iu; tMnte
Aei rt Keokuk. ..wa.
Rev. DAVID ('. WELLS. V.tkodi.t
Mit:itir (.land Junction. T. i.n.
J.R OILLEY Mi-rcLaut Meridait.MUt.
PROPRIETOR OF SPl'.OATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in lee.
ICE BY THE CAP, LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a .Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and levee,
S X K
Dealer in Fresh Meat.
BeUvtxm Wnhinj;ton. and Com'
merolalAv., ydiolnlng Hnnnyi.
L EBP8 f,,r flc the bt Boef, Pork, Mutton. VL
imfVi"u '' "W c and i prepared to Mr"
rumillii lu an acceptable manner.
MORNING, JULY 8. 1879.
. I'll r n
r-'Ki Pliy.lelan. "Im. no equal a a blood
pur. iter. Ilearlnu of it. many wonderful eu run af
ter all other rerned'.oH hud railed. J vi.itedtlie lab
ratory, and convinced myaelr of lt ueniiiiie merit.
i i pt"i-pari'd from bark., mot. and herb, each of
wuiiii , highly eftecllvc, and they are rorn pounded
JU a'.rti a manner a. tu produce a. tor.ishinf refiilti.
I" the ureal blood purlller.
Will cure 'he woit eae of Scrofula.
I rn on.meiided by physician and anothecarie.
Ha' ilTrcled tome marvelou cure, in ea-e. of
C'H the wornt caae of Canker.
.V.eel wltli wonderful puree In MeSurial dloie
Wtl 'eradii ute Salt Rlieuni fn m the fyntem.
Herxive Pimple, and ID-.raoM from the f-ice
Cmi-ii. Co!.Nti;r,tion and regulate the bowel.
If a valuable remedy for Headache.
Will cute Dyfpcpcia.
Re.tf.n i Ihe entire .yettm to u healthy condition.
Remove the iT.ii.c of Dizi.im
Ri.liive Fuintt.ei' at the rton-.acb.
Cnri. Pail:, iii the Rack
E!;eet:ia!!y curt Ki.lni y Complaint
l- . tl rt ve in It. er.re of Female Wt'ukUi-eH.
ll je crent remer.y fur tener.il Debility
I- T1IK HET i
H. II STEVENS, BOSTON. MASS.
Veffetino is Sold By all Biuists,
TEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor Nineteenth ptreit und I Til
Commercial Ave.. -tdllO. 1J1.
O. O. PATIEK 6c CO.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Wholesale and Retail
Dry Goods and Clothing,
HOOTS AND SHOES, '
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
cffife : Cairo, III
From our Regular Correipoudeut.
Wasiiinotcn, July?, 1S79.
There i speculation to-day as to the
cliaucts (if another extra essiou. Curious
ly enough the Republican paper here,
which has conspicuously prophesied an
othr call, this tuorninj says nono will be
issuod, while the Post, Democratic, which
expected an immediate summons of con
gress, bus an elaborate statement of rea
sons why the president will issue the call
at once. ''You psy your money nnd you
take your choice."'
There was much gratification among
Southern members, especially over t'.ie pas
sage of the Mississippi river commission
bill. No act of any recent congress, not
connected with tbucivil war, is held to be
so important. Tho people of the Immense
and exceptionally rich valleys of the Mis
sissippi nnd its tributaries arc immediately
interested in the work of the commission.
While the friends of cx-Gor. Hartranft, of
Pa., professes to have confidence in his ap
pointment us Secretary of War, in place of
McCrary, who, will again be appointed to
a judicial position as soon as a vacancy oc
curs through the retirement of Judge Dil
lon, tho better opinion seems to be that a
man trom the Northwest will sucure the
The prospective retirement of Adjutant
General. Tounsend raises an interesting
question. The officer who would in the
usual order of tilings receive the promotion,
is very deserving nnd excellently qualified
for the position, but not a West Pointer.
Whether General Drum's qualifications,
and the fact that he is entitled to the place
will secure it for him or not, is a question
agitating military circles.
EIGHT YEARS IN AFRICA.
Hon. J. Milton Turner, late U. S. Minis'
ter, resident to Liberia, has returned from a
Southern tour tlirough the States of Arkan
sas, Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi. Mr
Turner says that the recent exodus was the
result of a rtstiveness resulting from the
feeling between capital and labor, nnd he
trusted it will cease as soon as rents are re
duced and tiie grievances of the laborer re
moved. There will be a slight emigration
this fall. Mr. Turner yesterday put to press
the Rrst sheets of a book he is about to
publish, entitled "Eight Years in Africa."'
It-will contain the results of five different
explorations made by order of the Liberian
and U. S. governments in the interior of the
country and embracing some exciting ad
ventures The f.rt edition will 1-c out in
about ten days. St. Louis Republican.
A BAD MAN.
TKUUIFVIXO INCIDENT IN TIIE 1'At.ACK HOTEL
A Virginia gentleman, just up from San
Francisco, confided some of his experience
to a Cronicle reporter yesterday. While at
the bay be stopped at the Palace Hote
and made a practice of dropping into the
bar-room of an evening, it being a retired
and rather high-toned place. On Wednes
day evening last tho Comstocker lounoreil
into the bar-room and was pleased to "be-
iioiii tliere, as the only ocupants, Senator
Miaron ; hetli Cook, Tom Sunderland, and
lew other Historic capitalists, sittinir nt
large round table, in the rentere of which
stood sundry bottles bearing the mystics'
word "Rocderer." Prcsentlv n middle-
nged man, soberly dressed in black broad
cloth and wearing a plug hat, staggered in
from the hallway, aud, lurching up to the
oar. yelled tor everyOoily to come up am
have something to drink. The Searon
Cook party paid no attention to the boister
ous new arrival, but quietly went on with
tneir gossip and Roederer. Giving
iunotis whoop and smashing his
tile down on his. head the stranger
performed a war-dance to the middle of tho
room and declared himself. He was a bad
man. he said, and alwavs made it a prac
tiee to strew upon the floor the bowels of
tiny person who declined to drink upon his
in nariou. io point his remarks the stran
ger wound up by drawing an eighteen
men Arioinsaw toothpick trom the back of
his collar nnd advanced upon the table.
There was a stampede. When the Virgin
iau peeped up from behind tho bar, to
which position lie ha I quietly and calmly
walked at the beginning of the trouble, he
perceived that Sharon and his friends had
gone out and that a policeman was lugging
the warlike stranger out of the place. "
'Who is he?" tisked the Virginia man of
"Oh, he's a good enough man when he
isn't in liquor,' replied the man of dfinks,
nervously polishing the rosewood bar with
a towel. "He was one ot the quietest men
I ever saw when he first came here about
two days ago, but he's bad when he's full."
"from Uodie, I stpposef ' suggested the
"Uodie? Hell, no. He's from Roston.
He belongs to that Sunday-school excur
A St. Louis doctor, while visiting a wo
man patient, was badly bitten by a dog on
tho premises. Ho sued tor damages, but
as the Injur' was indicted at the house of
the owner of the dog the physician could
recover nothing. Manifestly the faithful
dog was protecting his mistress from the
consequences of her own folly in calling in
a physician. To that dog she may bo in
debted for her life.
Do not allow the Baby to languish and
suffer, but uso Dr. Hull's Baby Syrup and
check Its suffering. For sale by all Drug
gists. Price 25 cents.
Ciikw Jackson's best Sweet Navy To
bacco. - ; '....'"'
NEW SERIES NO. 10.
"The Flcp.ut in Stock." Always '
means an opportunity for some shrewd and
lively operator to make a handsome profit.
Messrs. Lawrence & Co., Bankers, N. Y.,
have established tho new combination sys
tem for operating in stocks, so that capital
in any amount trom ?3 to ?30,000 caa bo ;
used profitably at any time that may suit
the customer. By pooling the orders of
thousands of patronB into one iinmcnso
sum, and operating them as a mighty .
whole, under the most experienced skill,
vast profits nro madr, which could be gain
ed in no other way. These are divided pro
rata among shareholders monthly. Aa"
investment of 10 returns 830, or 5 per
ceut. on the stock. $100 pays $0.10, and so
on, acording to the market. A St. Louis
patron made over three hundred per cent.
on an investment in October by the com
bination method. Messrs. Lawrence a Co s
new circular (mailed free) has "two unerr
ing rules for success," and full information
so that any one can operate with profit
Stocks and bonds wanted. Government
bonds supplied. Apply to Lawrence &
Co., Bankers, 57 Exchange Plato, N. Y.
In hot weather an immense number of
persons suffer from disordered Kidnevs or ,
deranged Liver. Kidney-Wort is the great
hot weather medicine. It is prepared
without the use of liquors, and therefore it
docs not heat the system, but aids cacli or
gan to keep up a healthy and vigorous
You Mcst Cvre TnAT Cough. With
Shiloh's Consumption Cure you can euro
yourself. It has established the tact that
Consumption can be cured, while for Coughs
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, and
all diseases of Throat and Lungs, it is abro-.
lutely w ithout an equal, Two doses will ro
Hove ycur child of Croup, it is pleasant to
take and perfectly harmless to the youngest
child, and no mother can erTord to be with
out it. You can use two thirds of a bottle.
and if what we say is not true we will ro
fund the price paid. Price 10 era. 50 eta. ,
and $1,00 per bottle. If your Lungs arc
sore or chest or back lame use Shiloh's Por
ous Piaster. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
Have you Dyspepsia, are you Constipa
ted, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to use Shi
loh's SystenT Vitalizer. It guaranteed to
relieve you, and will you continue to suffer
when you can be cured on such terras as
these. Price 10 cents, and 75 cent. Sold by
Well's Persian Pertume "Hacktuetack"
is rich and fragrant try it. Sold by Barclay
The tonic effect of Kidney-Wort is pro
duced by its cleansing and purifying ac
tion on the b'.ood. Where there, is a gravel
ly deposit in the urine, or milky, ropy urino
from' disordered Kidneys, it cures without ,
fail. Constipation nui Piles' readiiy yield
to its cathartic and healing power.
A Search Warrant allows an officer to
go through your house from cellar to gar
ret, cr.d Lindsey's Blood Searcher is war
ranted to o through your system from top
to toes and drive out all blood diseases. Its
cures are wonderful and certified to by doc
tors, preachers and people. Scrofula, Mer
curial Diseases, Erysipelas, Tetter, Ulcere in
the Lungs or. on the Skin, Boils, Pimples,
&c, we warrant it to cure. It is a purely
Vegetable Compound nnd Powerful Tonic.
For sale by all Druggists. See that our
name is on the bottom of the wrapper.
R. E. Sellers & Co., Prop'rs, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bro's Agents.
Save voir children. For expelling
worms from the system, Sellers' Vermifuge
has no equal in this or any other country.
One teaspoon ful given to a child of Mr.
Bradbery's, expelled 234 worms in four
hours after taking the medicine. Bcnj. Ly
tic, Union township, Pa. Also expelled 400
worms from my child two years old. Wm.
Sarver, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all drug-
ts. Price 2"5 cts. R. E. Sellers & Co.,
proprietors, Pittsburgh, Pa. Send for cir
cular. Barclay Bros.. Agents
The trcth is miuuty and will prevail. .
Thousands who have ted and lieen cured
are living witnesses to the truth of otw '
statement, that Sellers Liver Pills will cure ..
the worst cases of liver complaint, biiious-
ness, headache nrim'aif therefrom, costive
ness, constipation, dizzinew nnd all tliHor
dors resulting from a diseased liver. For
sale by all druggists. Price 25 cents. It.
E. Sellers & Co., Proprietors, Pittsburgh,
?a. Barclay Bros., agents.
A Card. To all who arc suffering from
tlie errors nnd indiscretions of youth, ner-
vous weakness, early decay, I034 of man
hood, &c., I will send a recipe that will cure
you, free of CHAiiuE. This great remedy
was discovered by a missionary in SoufJi
America. Send a self-addressed envelope to
the Ruv.JosErn T. Inman, Station D. New
The summer drouutu is tho dread of all
good butter-makers unless they hove
tound out that by using Wells, Richardson
& Co's Perfect Butter Color, the golden
color of June can be kept up. It is rec
ommended by dairy experts everywhere, as
the best color known.
Couuutso in Church No place io the
world equals London for the constant bark
ing kept up In the churches. It is like
perpetual rusi lade of small arms. Why
don't they take Hall's Balsam and get rid ,
of their coughs? It is the most wooderftd
rsmedy, and ths proorloton wsrrsnt it io
every instance. Lot all coughers give it a
trial. V. 'V ", '
Vev. :- '