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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1880.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
fSTKUF.D AT THE POST OFFICE IS CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, AS eKCOND-CLASS MATTEK.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
ErnMt It. ThielwU, City Kditor.
Only Morninff Daily in Southern Illinois.
TABER BRO'S Manufacturing Jewelers,
No. 128 Commercial ave., Cairo, 111.
3 2 B
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
Sionai Omci. i
CilRO, 111.. Sept. 11. ISSO f
Time. Bar. Thar. Hum. Wind. Vel Weather.
m 30.S3 BO 84 Calm n Cleur
7 " M.-ii Vi SE I
10 " so ii i M 0 Cloudy
ip. m.. iM.iM 71 S5 S B Dt Hain
Maximum Temperature. 7'.'; Minimum Tem
perature, 57 5 : Rainfall OA) Inches.
River II feet si inches. Rine 7 inches.
W. U. KAT.
Serii't Signal Coroi. L S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices in this column, five cents per Hue, each
The annual election of officers of the
Hibernian Fire Co., No. 4, will be held at
their hall, Monday, September 13th, 18S0.
All members are requested to attend.
C. C. Mason, Sec'y.
Over 155,000 Howe scales soli. Borden,
Selleck & Co., agents, St. Louis, Mo. 1.
ROOMS TO RENT.
Furnished or unfurnished; four blocks
from post office, a:td only two blocks
from three first class hoarding houses.
For particulars apply at The Bulletin
TO THE MERCHANTS OF CAIRO.
, A young man ot industrious habits and
good moral character desires a situation
as an apprentice to some good mercantile
business. Drj goods or drugs preferred.
Certificate of character, etc., furnished.
Address W. R. Williams,
3t New Columbia, Illinois.
Tuo. Benson, Lowell Mass., writes:
Your Spring Blossom cured me of Salt
Rheum from which I have been a martyr
for over ten years, my hands were almost
useless and my face was frightfully disfig.
ured. I have used the Spring Blossom
according to directions, and now am able
to work and my face 'is quite cleared
again. Paul G. Schuh, agent.
Tho undersigned will, on and after
May 1st, be prepared to turnish our citi
zens a first rate quality of ice cream,
equal in every way to that furnished in
Chicago, made fresh daily, and furnished
in freezer, from one gallon upwards; deliv
ered to any part of the city. This cream is
made by an experienced artist and cannot
tail to give satisfaction on trial. Orders
left at ice house, corner Eighth and Levee,
will receive prompt attention. Will be fur
nished at 1.23 per gallon in quantities from
one gallon upwards. Robert Hewett,
SEPTEMBER 7'rn TO OCTOBER OTH.
The Illinois Central railroad will sell ex
cursion tickets at greatly reduced rates.
This is the only route running two daily
trains. The only line that runs sleepers
through from Cairo to Cincinnati without
change. J. Johnson, Gen'l Agent.
J. II. Jones, Ticket Agent.
Speaking by signs is never (aloud) al
lowed neither is any Impuntius of the
Blood allowed to 6peak in the shape of
pimples or Blotches when Spring Blossom
is taken. Paul U. Schuh, agent.
A GRAND BALL.
A Grand Cane ball will be given by the
Delta Fire company, in their hall, on Thurs
day evening, September 10th, 1880. The
public is respectfully invited.
Madame Floyd has opened a day school
at Turner hall, where she hopes to be pat
ronized. Special success assured in mathe
matics, Latin, French and music. Terms
How to Get Sick. Expose yourself day
and night, eat too much without exercise;
work too hard without rest; doctor all the
time; take all the vile nostrums advertised ;
and then you will want to know
How to Get Well. Which is answered
in three words Take Hop Bitters! See
Other column. Express.
.Mrs. Beutlek, 78 Delaware Place, Buf
falo, N. Y., says: I have used Dr. Thom
as1 Electric Oil for Neuralgia and found
permanent relief from its use. Paul G
THE BOSS PUMP
It the best cistern pump ever used. It
purifies the water, carrying several gallons
of air to tho bottom of tho cistern at every
turn of the crankcannot gut out of order,
is noiseless and cheap. Hundreds of them
tra In nun nnd In tin caso wmild the wir.
rhiisero do without them. Send tor price
list or call and examine them, at our lutn-
office. Lancaster Kice, Agents
The War amono Boot and SnoK Deal
eus is raging, but it is generally conceded
that the best place to buy is at C. Koch's
shoe store, where always will bo found the
largest and best stock of custom hand-made
boots and shoes tor the lowo-t prices. Wo
are daily receiving new goods, and doubt
less carry the largest stock of custom-made
goods in this city, of tho best manufacturers.
For bargains call at C. Koch, No. 00 Com
mercial avenue, between 5th and Oth streets.
Cheerfulness, courage, and great activ
ity ot intellect are engendered by Fellow's
Compound Syrup of Hypophosphites, and
its capacity of imparting power of endur
ance to the brain and nervous system, is
shown in its property of sustaining persons
through mental difficulties.
A Remakeaijle Circumstance. Mr.
W. E. Sautord, of Holley, N. Y., became
afflicted a few years since with a most ter
rible inflammation in the lower portion of
his body. Ue did all "that thought could
suggest to remove it, even submitting to a
most painful surgical operation. At last,
when death was longed tor and seemed
near, he began (against tho wishes of his
friends) taking Warner's Safe Kidney and
Liver Cure, and is to-day a strong man and
in perfect health. Any readers who may
question this remarkable assertion can ad
dress him at Holley, N. Y., and ascertain
This celebrated choice butter, now on
hand and received daily by express, in tubs
and cadies, at the New York store.
Personal. Should this meet the eye of
the individual who created a disturbance in
church last Sunday by his continued cough
ing, he will confer a favor on the congrega
tion by procuring a bottle of Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup, which will cure him.
FALL OF 1(380.
stuart's popular and reliable cash dry
goods house ready for bcsisess
We are now showing the most elegant
line of dress goods, hosiery, ribbous, dress
trimmings ever shown in this city, and we
cordially invite an inspection. Buying
and selling as we do for cash, we guarantee
lower prices than any other house. Cash
buyers of dry goods will find it to their in
terest to deal with us. Cras. R. Stuart.
Mrs. E. C. Ford leaves tor Paducah
this morning on a short visit to her daugh
ter, Mrs. Lentz.
Miss Emma Bross, daughter of Judge
F. Bross, leaves to-day for Minster. Ohio,
to finish her education.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in thce columns, ten ctnts per line,
each insertion. Marked
New York Shell Oysters, at A. T. De
Bauus', 50 Ohio Levee.
Fancy creamery butter and cheese at
Pettis & Bird's.
Wanted Printers to work on straight
matter. Apply at The Bulletin office.
Shell Oysters, at A. T. De Bauns', 58
Hams, breakfast bacon and dried beef
at Pettis & Bird's.
The heavens wept slightly yesterday
but not sufficiently to lay the dust.
'Between the Acts" cigarettes, whole
sale and retail, at F. Korsmeyer's.
-Shell Oysters, at A. T. De Bauns', 50
-We sell Dotier, Weyl &, Cos best trade
mark crackers, cakes, ic. Tettis & Bird.
Job work, all kinds, up stairs over
Taber's jewelry stnre. Alden's job office.
"Between tne acls"' cigarettes, whole
sale and retail, at F. Korsmoycr'a.
Don't forget the meeting of the Tem
perance Army at the Retorm Hall this af
See the great bargain in unlaundned
Shirts, all Iinea. Down at 50 cents.
Mr. Henry Winter has been absent from
the city for several days, attending the
Mr. George S. Fisher leaves the city
to-morrow for pleasure and health to be
absent three or tour weeks.
Choice cranberries, new pickles, oat
meal, cracked wheat and lots of other new
goods at Pettis & Bird's.
All our ministers of the gospel arc at
lome, and will conduct services this morn
ing and evening.
Great bargain in Toweh, 5, 8, 10, 15,
20, 25 cents. Also, Table-linens at 25 and
50 cents. Stuart.
A number of our young ladies and gen
tlemen will attend the Blundville fair this
Tho Tenth street music stand received
its first coat of paint yesterday, nnd will re
ceive tho finishing touches to-morrow.
Miss Laura Hendricks left for Eliza
bethtown, Ky., yesterday, where she goes
to teach in the public schools.
Rev. Whittakcr is home again, and will
conduct services in the Methodist church
this evening. Brother Haskell will preach
in the church in the morning.
Tho Republicans are already making a
desperate effort to secure tho presence of a
great number of darkeys in this city for the
We acknowledge the receipt of a com
plimentary ticket to the Massac county fair,
to be held at Metropolis. October i:!th, 14th,
15th and 10th.
A party of young ladies and gentlemen
trom here will spend to-day in Missouri on
a visit to Miss Mollie Clark, daughter of
Mr. Joe Clatk.
A fresh arrival of choice tea of 'all
grades cheap; also a handsome present
giveu away with each and every pound, at
Pettis & Bird's.
Tho Chicago Tribuno says: "Gen.
Palmer and tho Salvation Army depopu
lated Cairo last Wednesday, only the quar
antine officer remaining."
Our readers may find it to their inter
est to read and bear in mind tho local
notices of Messrs. Pettis & Bird, published
in these columns this morning.
Stuart has received a full lino of his
poplar shoes, made on C. D. and E. lasts,
every pair of which is guaranteed. Cash
buyers of these goods will do well to call
Wanted. A good cook, must be un
married and bring good references. Also,
a second girl, 15 or 10 years old German
perfered. Mrs. Wood RrrrENnousE.
The wife of "Tom" Collins, colored,
died, yesterday, on Eleventh street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut street, of
congestive chills. Tom is well known in
Do any of the young folks dance the
"racket" in this city? If not they should
learn it by all means. It is the latest
eastern round dauce and is very pretty and
graceful. So they say.
One hundred negroes, who are on their
way South, intending to pick cotton there,
were at our wharf last night awaiting the
arrival of the Ste. Genevieve which boat
was expected to arrive here this morning.
Hon John Oberly has a letter from
John Kelly, and John Kelly says lie will
come to Illinois and make two speech
es, one at Springfield and one at Chi
cago. So says the Chicago Tribune.
All cash buyers of dry goods who are
not regular customers of one house will find
it to their interest to give our stock a care
ful inspection and we specially desire to
make them permanent customers of our
By a postal card received at The Bul
letin yesterday, we learn that Mr. S. M.
Wharton will be here this week or next,
with thirty head of gentle fancy ponies,
suitable for ladies and children, which will
be sold at low figures for cash.
Elsewhere, see notice of "Cane" Ball
to be give by Delta Fire Co. Each ticket
to the dance entitles the holder to a chance
at the fine gold-headed cane to be seen in
the show window of Mr. E. W. Buder,
The Poplar Bluff martial band, which
took part in the Democratic procession the
other night, made good music and proved
itself to be possessed of considerable
tallent. In the name ot the Democracy
hereabouts we tender them thanks for their
A very pleasant church festival was
held at Elco day betore yesterday which
was attended by some of the candidates for
county offices. A large watermelon was
voted to. each of the most popular candi
dates, among whom maybe counted Messrs.
Hodges and Leek.
The T. T. Hillman leaves tor Paducah
this morning at 8 o'clock with an excur
sion to that city. The Comique band will
be aboard to discourse sweet music on the
way, and the trip will be made otherwise
pleasant for those who go. One dollar
pays for the roundtrip, without meals.
C. R. Stuart advertises some of his
latest attractions in this issue of The Bul
letin. He is an enterprising business man,
who strives always to meet the wants of our
people, and who deserves the support he re
ceives. His success is chiefly due to the
freshness and completeness of his stock
and to use of printer's ink.
The Republicans had a pole raising at
Commercial Point yesterday. A tolerably
good crowd was present and nothing occur
red to mar the peace of the occasion. It
was a remarkable tact, however, abou
those who went from here, that the whites
all went up by rail and the colored people
all went on tho steamer Hillman.
Hon. Claud Winter (N. G.) arrived
by the 10 p. in. train last uight from
the Carmi fair, on the Cairo and Vincenues
train, and was met at the depot by the
Rooster's martial band ami escorted there
from to G. D. Williamson & Co.'s ico box,
which lie was requested to mount and speak,
but refusing to do so was placed upon it by
force and delivered an elegant discourse on
the subject of "what blew in the wind," to
a crowd of not less than fifty which had as
sembled by that time.
An attempt is being made to drain tho
pond above Thirty-second street which lias
been quite an annoyance to the people of
the Fifth ward for "lo, these many years!,"
and given tho authorities no little concern.
It was at ouo time thought necessary to con
struct another sewer through the Ohio levee
opposite it; but it is now about to be
drained by connecting it with another low
place several squares below, which is
already drained by direct sewer connection
with the Ohio river.
Mrs. S. Williamson will arrive from tho
east on or about the 20th inst., with a full
lino of millinery goods, notions and all the
latest novelties for the fall and winter trade.
Her stock has been bought for cash and
will be sold for the same with a very small
margin. She requests that all her old pat
rons postpone purchasing goods in her lino
until her arrival as she is satisfied that she
can offer superior inducements to the trade.
She lias purchased her stock in Now York
and Philadelphia and defies competition.
We learn from Mr. Has. Martin, who
attended the Democratic polo raising at
Pulaski yesterday, that quite a crowd of
people composed ot both Republicans as
well as Democrats was present and listen
ed to an ablo speech from Hon. D. T. Line
gar. A large dancing floor had been put
down for tho accommodation of the coun
try lads and lasses, and Harry O'Brien's
string band, of this city, was present and
furnished tho music. The eatables, fresh
bread and barbecued meats, wero abundant
and were by no means ignored by the crowd.
Prof. Tice lias predicted for September,
1st to 4th with clouding threatening weath
er; 5th to 0th. clear or fair; 7th to 10th
clouding threatening weather with heavy
storms in places; 10th to 11th clear or fair;
12th to 15th clouding and threatening
weather; 16th and 17th clear or fair; 18th
to 21st clouding threatening weather and
lieavy storms in places; 21st to 23rd clear
or tair; 24th to 27th with clouding threat
ening weather, and lieavy rains; 27th to
29th clear or fair; 30th clouding with local
The Soet family has been visited by
the ladies of the Christian Temperance
Union and found to be in very destitute
circumstances and worthy of assistance
from any charitably disposed person. The
ladies have done all in their power for the
family have paid their rent, etc., but they
stand in need of still further assistance ami
in order to procure it a "poor box" was
put up in temperance hall last night for the
benefit of the family, and we are requested
to ask all who will, to donate what they
can, placing the amount in this box, re
membering that even though the sum be
small, the aggregate will swell to an amount
that will be sufficient to place them at
least above present want.
At 2:30 o'clock this morning while
Officer Dunker was blowing his police
whistle on the corner of Six:h and Wash
ington, in order to ascertain the where
abouts of other officers, a negro came run
ning out of the carpenter shop of Philip
Brown, situated opposite of Mr. John
Sproat's residence, and, as the officer ap
proached him, commenced running down
the street. The officer followed, but seeing
that the negro was alwut to get
away sent two bullets after him. The ne
gro's footsteps on the walk suddenly ceased
to be heard and being at the same time
lost sight of, the officer thought he had shot
and probably killed the fellow and searched
under the walk and in the weeds for him
with alantern but did not find him. He
Mr. E. C. Ford ami Mr. A. Frascr's
son, who have been over in Charleston for
several days, returned to this city yester
day. Mr. Ford reports that Charleston is
undergoing wonderful changes; that the old
rickety frame business houses which form
erly stood in the heart of the city have dis
appeared and are being substituted by sub
stantial brick buildings. Messrs. Forth,
Kendrick, Rosenstein and many others are
putting up handsome buildings at a consi
derable cost which will be shortly com plot- j
ed: a brick building, to serve as the public j
school is going up and, in short, the im-!
provemeuts going on nre varied and exten
sive and argue well for the prosperity and
enterprise of the citizens of the burg. Mr.
Jas. Summerwell has been over there for
three weeks, moving frame buildings out
of the business portions of the city, to make
room for more imposing structures.
-The Blandville Press says: "The
question is often asked, why is there no
more preaching in Blandville? and we
would repeat the question, Why? Our
town is large enough, numbering over 000
inhabitants, and ought to maintain at least
one good church, and have preaching any
way once a week, but for several weeks past
tliis lias not been the case. We have noth
ing to say as to the religion of the people
of our town, but we do believe they arc not
as devotional as they might be." Here is
an opportunity for Brother Haskell to do
good that should not lie "sneezed" at. True,
the burg contains only a handful of people
and the prospect of the army's starving
there would be very flattering, indeed, but
Ho who feeds the ravens, etc., and preserv
ed Dr. Tanner's life will not sutler tho do
struction of the Brother. He should go.
The business in tho criminal line
transacted by Justice Olmsted yesterday,
consisted of three drunks and one dis
orderly. Squire Comings disposed of one
disorderly. "Only this, and nothing more."
Illinois sees Dr. Tanner and goes him
fifty-nine days better. If people do not be
lieve, just go down to the fair in Monticello,
III., and you can see the hog. The facts
are reported to be as follows: On the 25th
of last April C. F. Shaw, a resident of the
east part of Monticello Township, had a hog
buried under a failing straw-stock. On
Thursday, Aug. 12, the hog was discovered.
It was yet alive and able to eat more water
melon than Tanner. Tho hog weighed 150
pounds when buried, and less than 100
when resurrectod. For continuation ot tho
above facts reference may be mado to
Messrs. B. F. Adkins, Win. Smock, Human
Smock, C. E. Harris, and John Cramer, Sr.,
all of Monticello.
It is a noticeable fact that a largo pro
portion of tho Burface work of the present
campaign is being performed by the Repu
blicans. Tho boasting, the shouting, the
blustering arc theirs. It must not be sup
This Space is Reserved for
A. MARX, the Clothier,
Whose Advertisement will Appear
in a few days.
posed, however, from this fact, that the
Democrats are less alert and active thu i
usual. They are far from being asleep.
They are working silently and surely,
and may be said to form a power-
.... ...... ... ...I,:l.
Illl political uuuei-tuiieiii, nimu. unujji. j
unseen, is yet sweeping steadily onward to j
victory, while the opposite party and
its noisy demonstration;, may be likened
to the bubbles that float upon the surface.
Neither do the Democratic leaders feel
themselves called upon to stump the
country from east to west, Mid shout the
names of their standard bearers in the
valleys and upon tiic hill tops. But their
words and deeds are none the less effective
than those of their opponents. This calm
ness on the part of the great leaders of a
great party, seems in itself to afford an ex
cellent reason for prophecying a complete
victory in the forthcoming contest.
The long-talked-of wedding at Olmsted,
which was referred to in these columns not
many days ago, has finally taken place and
was celebrated with great rejoicing the
"tatted calf being literally killed on the
occasion. It was the event of the season
in Pulaski county the bride. Miss Moliie
Bundschuh being the belle of the county,
admired and esteemed by all tho groom,
Mr. Andrew Lentz, a highly respected and
popular young man. The ceremony was
performed in the church Sunday evening
Sept. 5th by Rev. Mr. Nelson, the building
being appropriately decorated the bridal
couple were attended by Mr. Cyrus Lentz,
brother of the groom, and Miss Tillie Crip
pin, of New Hope, Mr. L. E. Dillon, of St.
Johns and Miss Lucie Hawkins, of Cairo.
The bride was attired in a beautiful cos
tume of ashes of roses, Momie clotli and silk
with the conventional orange blossoms and
veil. The church was crowded with spec
tators many being unable to gain admit
tance. After the ceremony the invited
guests repaired to the residence of the
bride's parents, where an elegant supper
was served the rooms were elaborately
decorated with evergreens and flowers in
various devices, a large horse shoe framed
of flowers being conspicuous, and a number
of handsome bridal bouquets
graced the table. Tho festivities
were continued the following day
the infair dinner at the residence of the
groom's parents was an elegant and elab
orate aft'idr. The tables presented a beau
tiful appearance, handsomely ornamentcu
with bridal favors, flowers, evergreens, and
a profusion of substantial and elegant
viands, to which full justice was done. It
was a most enjoyable aftair, conducted
with the lavish hospitality peculiar to the
country; and ttie guests' departed, wishing
to the bride and groom happiness, pros
perity, and that all tho "cloud" they may
meet with may have a "silver lining.''
THE SALVATION ARMY AGAIN.
The Salvation Army is still with us
ami continues its labors in the cause of
religion and temperance unremittingly.
It he!d services in the tent yesterday
morning and afternoon, which wero well
attended and at which all present were as
usual well entertained. After the 4
o'clock p. in. meeting Mr. Haskell and tho
instrumental portion of his musical choir
took a march around town with a lot of boys,
the procession gathering strength as they
went along, at nearly every corner, and tho
participants becoming quite enthusiastic
in the course of march. In tho evening
tho tent was again thrown open to tho
public and by some peculiar influence,
which seems to attend all Mr. Haskoll's ef
forts, the tent was again crowded. Tho seats
were all taken and standing room within
hearing distance was at a premium. The
audience was composed of some of our best
ami most intelligent citizens. Tho exer
cises wero of tho same character as on
former occasions, consisting of singing by
theentiro army, and preaching by Mr.
Haskell and others. The programmo was
begun by a song from tho choir, which was
followed by a fervent prayer from Mr. Has
kell. Another enlivening song from tho
choir in which the audience joined heartily
a id then Mr. Haskell deliverel the s;ij
inon ot the evening. He spoke for about
three quarters of an hour in a manner pe
culiarly his own and which seems eo at
tractive to all who hear him. He mingled
religion and temperance, the serious and
the humorous, logic and anecdote, praise,
reproof and coercion, in a manner that en
chained, convinced, and pleased the audi
ence. His address was closely listened to
by everybody and at the conclusion another
song was sung and then followed
short addresses by each member
of the army. The substance of
these remarks was chiefly the experience of
the several members ami proved of general
interest to the listeners. "I will sing for
my Redeemer" was then sung. Each mem
ber singing a verse and all joining in the
chorus. Smo one in the audience then of
fered up a prayer for everybody and every
thing, and then, after singing the doxolgy,
Mr. Haskell dismissed the meeting with a
benediction. Mr. Haskell will hold
services, as follows to-day: At 7 o'clock
a.m. in his tent on Eleventh street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut street: at
9 o'clock, in the county j.iil; at 11 o'clock,
in the M. E. church, at 4 o'clock p.m., in
his tent; at 0:30 p.m. alo in his tent
which will conclude his labors f. r the
TO THE PUBLIC.
Parties wishing to match, or add to their
collections of ancient or modern chini or
glass, can do so by calling and letting me
know what they are in need of, as I shal
leave for New York City and other large
manufacturing points this week, for the
purpose of purchasing my annual assort
ment of holiday and house furnishing
goods. I propose purchasing a larger and
better selection than ever before purchased ,
and as I shall buy for cash exclusively, I
shall be able to meet any competition in
the west, either in quantity, quality, or
price. Thanking the public for their liber
al patronage heretofore, I hope by fair deal
ing and low price, to merit a coutiuuince
of the same. Dan'l Hartman.
Does not the accident to Dr. Gordon rc
fered to in this morning's BuLLET!N,suggest
to your mind the necessity of having the
streets lighted, the coining winter, beside
the danger to citizens, in trying to find
their way through the city dark nights
the facts of the streets, not being lighted
is noted by strangers who visit or pass
through the city, and is commented upon
in a manner which does this city no great
Cairo, III.. Sept. 11th, 1880.
Lines affectionately Inscribed to the little daughter
of Dr. Marcau, written by bar little girl friend:
Little maiden, pure, iwect and fulr,
With smiles upon thy rosy lips
And sunbeams In thy hair,
With voice itwft as loving dove,
And eyes as bright as sturry gems
That chine In heaven above.
I watch thee In thy happy play
With thy browsereuc and fair,
And sigh to think the hand of till)
Must leave Its Impress there.
Those eyes now filled with happy light
May be I'lmnied by sorrow's teurs;
That gcntlu voice liift" sadder grow
Within the coming year.
Though vain, 'twould be for me sweet child,
As I watch thee at thy play,
To pruy jour life he ever thus
Free cue; free holiday.
I will only ak for thee, dear one,
As I raise my thoughts to heaven,
To bravely bear tho Ills of life
Muy strength to thoo bo given.
May thy feet shun pltt falls and snares
Whilvjonrnuylng on life's way
Thy heart keep ever pure any true
As In thy childhood's day;
May friends as tender, fond and tree
As thtio now by thy side,
lie yours, through life's vicissitudes
Whatever else bvtldo.
M. 9. C.
Caiiio, III., Sept. "th, 18).
Have used Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup and
pronounce it tho heat medicine In use. A
case of consumption here was cured by its
use. We cheerfully recommend it to all
sullorcrs.-Jeffrcsa, Roberts A Co., South
Boston, Va., November 17, 1873.