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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN : THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH r 30, 1862.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
lllr: Hulleiin BuUdlns, VSaeUinstoa AToiia
. caiko, Illinois.
NTKHBD AT TUlt POST OHICt IK CA1BO, It
LIKOIS, All SECOND fLABS. MATTER.
tflVULL FAl'UKOK CITT AND OUCNTt
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
NHietuihUeolumo.olititcenu per line for
Rrt-l ati'l Ave cent er Una r.n uleilUttiil Ineor
lUu. for one week. SOcoute per line, tor one
o onh.OOceuu per line.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DeUmn's, SO Ohio levee.
Uso Tub C.uiio Bulletin perforated
ncratcb-book, made of calendered jute
inanilla, equally good tor ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at tho oflico. No. 2 and
8. five and ten cents each by tho single one,
by the dozen or by the hundred, no vorin
tion in prices.
A number of furnished rooms. Enquire
of Mrs. 6. Williamson, on Seventh street, tf
Extra Select Oysters ,
at A. T. DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levce.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub; suited to any business, manufac
red and for sale at tlio Cairo Bulletin
A. Booth's Extra Meets
at A. T. DeBaun's, 56 Ohio levee.
' : ORDER NO. 2.
IIEADQCABTEIU COMPAXV D.,
11th lieg. Ills. National Guard
Caiuo, Ills., March 27, 1882.
COVfTAST OUUEU NO. 2.
In accordance with special order No. 284
from general headquarters the officers and
members of the llalllday Guard, Co. 1).,
will appear in uniform for general inspec
tion at their armory on the evening of Mon
day, April 3 , 1933.
By orJtt of
JOHN E. ENGLISH,
W. J. WlTHEV,
Orderly sargennt. tf.
New Millinery Goods.
The attention of Indies is called to the
large and new stock of millinery gooiis at
the establishment of Mrs. 9. Williamson,
on Seventh street. . 8he has juit received a
" large assortment' ti ladies' hat3 of the
latest styles; a new stock of hair goods,
laces, Touching, jewelry, riblxins lias also,
been received, and is on exhibition. Spe
cial attention is called to a new style of
lace cpi for infants. Dm't fail to visit
Mrs.Willimn son's emporium before purchas
at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
j A Popular Tunic
FOH WEAK LUNGS AND COS9CMPT10N.
No preparation ever introduced to the
American public, for the relief and cure of
Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of the Lungs or
Consumption in the incipient or advanced
stages of the disease, has ever met with the
indorsements of phyt-icians or patients as
the celebrated "Tolu, Rick and Bye." The
repeated and continued sales of the article
everywhere are the best evidence of its real
merits. Letters and testimonals from every
quarter of the country, attesting the stim
ulating, touic and healing effects, are in
possesion of the proprietors, and can be
adduced to convince the most skeptical
reader ot its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
fluous, as a trial of this article, having a
pleasant taste and agreeable flavor, will
satisfy all those who are afflicted or pining
away with pulmonary weakness of the re
lief to ba secured by the uso ofTolu, Rock
and Rye. Chicago Times.
EXCURSION TO NORTHWESTERN
The Illinois Central R. R. will run a
land excursion to Storm Lake, Cherokee
and LeMnrs, Iowa, leaving Cairo at 4:1)0
p. rn. Monday, April 3d. Faro round ttii
only IS. Return tickets good for 'AO days
For prices of lands and further information
Inquire of J. H. Jones, ticket agent, Cairo.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
IIOTEL I)E WINTER.
(Late Arlington House.)
108 and 110 Commercial A?e.
Cairo, Ills. April 4. '82
BIG AUCTION SALE.
1 will sell the entire outfit of tho abovo
named hotel at public auction on the date
named commencing at half-past 9 a.m., and
continue from day to day till all the per
sonal property belonging to tho hotel nropcr
uumpotHoi m me rogue si uiuucr. nan
positive without reserve. The articles cm
brace the following named goods: 21) Ann
"beadsteads; 23 bureaus; 2'i withstands 25
square folding tables; 1(1 round tallies; 8 ex
tension tables; 23 looking glasses 23 enr-
peU; 0 lounires; 10 rocking chairs; 150
wood and cane-seat chnlrs; 30 heating
stoves; 00 mattresses; GO feather pillows
. and 23 feather bolsters; 150 (itiilts and
'blankets; a full assortment of china, glass
waroand tablo cutlery; 1 large cooking
stove 1 large broiler attached ; also n larao
water beater the wholo thing making a
complete outnt lor a hotel, capnblo of
cooking for lOo guostn Also sundry kitch
en utensils and 1000 other articles too
nnm-roui to mention. After Friday idtzht
- March the 31st till day of tale any of the
trticies win ueroia low at pnvato bi1o.
Tom Wintku, auctioneer.
Grand Easter Ball.
Tiie naiiioay uuaras win give a grand
mil at JIartnian s ball on Easter Monday
win ue the event oi mo joason.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nntirrf In tho column, ten cente per line
Men nortlon. erKn
-New wall paper at Jeff Clark'.
Wire screen manulacturcrs oro begin
ning active operations.
Paducah, like Cairo, la making many
important internal improvements.
All latest styles of wall paper at Jeff
Two boys, out on tho Ohio river In a
skiffjust below Metropolis, were drowned
-Tho bill to improve tho Mississippi and
Missouri rivers will bo called up in the
Reports from tho overflowed districts
in Mississippi say tho wateis are rapidly
Owners of good dogs must step up to
the chief's office and pay for tho privilege
of possessing tho animals.
Soo Jeff Clark's wall paper before
The young temperance people meet at
Reform hall tonight. A splendid pro
gramme of exercises has been prepared and
will be carried out.
Mr. Louis C. Herbert is going to much
expense refitting and decorating his saloon
near tho corner ot Eighth street and Com
The Pacific states have to take twenty
of Oscar Wilde's lectures. There is an in
flux of physicians to that part ot the coun
try. Columbus Beacon: 'Tlalf wages are
better than no wages at all, think the rail
road men. Only the clerks in the office off
the Iron Mountain are receiving this much.'
Blanks to be filled in for publication
of tax purchasers notice will bo furnished
free of charge on application at The En.
LKTiN office. tt.
Five tramps afilicted with small-pox
applied for treatment at the Chicago
health office Monday, and seven other cases
-and five deaths were reported.
The prospects for a bountiful supply
of fruit in Southern Illinois is good enough
up to the present time. Peaches especially
promise to be very plentiful.
See notico in special locals of a great
auction sale of furniture, which will take
place at tho Hotel Do Winter on the 4th of
The bill regulating commerce between
states, so far as relates to commercial travel
crs is to be reported to the house adversely
and thcTexans will probably be permitted
to tax drummers at will.
On the 20th proximo the Young Men's
Literary society, of this city, expects lo
give an entertainment for the benefit of the
Sisters of Loretto, which is a worthy under
taking. Messrs. Pettis it Meredith are having
their business house at the corner of Eighth
street and Washington avenue newly
painted. They are keeping step with the
new spirit of enterprise which pervades
the business men of the city.
The counting room of The Bclletix
is, for the present, in tho oflico of Messrs.
Cunningham & Smith, on Ohio levee, where,
from 8 a. m. to 5 p. in. orders should be left,
during other times favors should be sent
to the oflico on Commercial avenue, over
Frazier's shop. tf.
Reports from all parts of Central Illi
nois are very cheering n regard to tall
wheat, and it is ascertained that if
there an now no drawbacks tho crop will
beat least one-third larger than two years
ago. f armers aro nov doing spring piow-
ng and getting ready for spring work with
At the meeting of the Wabash, St.
.ouis and Pacific directory held at New
Vork, recently, the following officers were
elected: Jay Gould, president; A. L,
Hopkins, first vice-president; J. C. Gsult
second vice president and secretary; ,W. B
Corneau, treasurer. Tho balance of the
officers are appointive.
Attorney-General McCartney agrees
with Tub Bclletix in the opinion that the
present incutnbcnta'of the offices of BherifT
and trc8Burei in counties in this stato tn
clcgiblo for re-election to those offices at
the next election under tho new constitu
tional amendment. In conversation with
a Bloomington reporter lie emphatically
a-tcerted that this was the caso.
Tuesday forenoon a horse, attached to
a water cart, backed into the Ohio river
near oue of the stages of tho lower waarf
boat, and was nearly drowned. Ho was
drawn entirely unlertho water by the cart,
and it was with great difficulty and "just
in the tiick of time" that about halt
dozen men succeeded in cutting the harness
and drawing the animal from tho water
Tho cart was also Haved.
A man named Carothers, in a drunken
condition, camo down from Paducah on
the steamer Gus Fowler yesterday, an
amused himself by attacking and abusing
pnearly every citizen he met. Ho was soon
spotted by Officers Haz. Martin and Pat
Malmuny, was arrested and fined five dol
lrs by Justico J. II. Robinsofl, Two other
cases, one of drunkenness and ono of disor
derly conduct, both of which were proporly
dealt with by tho same court, was the ex
tent of tho poHco business yesterday.
A race between five skiffs took pluce
on Lake Edwards Tuesday afternoon. The
prize was a pair of ologant horns put up
by Mr. Ferdinand Koebler. A largo crowd
of people gathered on the street to witness
the raco and some bels were made. Tho
oarsmen all labored with a will, but several
ot tho skiffs pulled out before tho end was
reached. Tho Grey Huund was declared
Tho avcrago thermometer at twenty
points in tho northwest, as reportod in yes
terday afternoon's weather bulletin, was
fifty-fivo degrees above zero, being a decline
of one degree from the day before. The
lowest was twenty-throe, at Bismarck; the
highest was seventy-eight, nt Shreveport.
At this point it stood at sixty seven, being
arhsoof fourteen degrees over the day be
fore. No rain was reported from any
where and tho sky was mostly clear and
The committee on contingent expenses
reported that tho Ills, house would require
during the special session, nine janitors, for
the halls, corridors, committee rooms, etc.,
one janitor for the clerk's room, Ono janitor
for the engrossing and enrolling room, to
bo appointed by tha secretary of state. Two
jauitors, one for each cloak room, one janitor
for the speaker's room, three policemen, one ,
mail carrier, one night watchman and ten
pages, to bo appointed by the speaker.
Yesterday's river rccorJ was sim-
iliar to that of the day before. At this
poiut the Ohio marked torty-one feet six
inches at oue o'clock in the afternoon,
showing a rise of two inches during the
previous twenty-four hours. At points
above the record for the same period was
as follows: Chattanooga, rise of two feet
eleven inches; Nashville, tall of eleven
inches; Cincinnati, fail of four feet eight
inches; Louisv:.lb!, fall of threo feet nine
inches; St. Louis, fall of two inches. It
appears that the rise has pas-ed Nashville,
and it is probable that it will not affect
Chattanooga after to day.
In compliance with a request from
County Commissioner T. W. IIlliiay the
secretary of war ordered another supoly of
rations to this and Puiaski countines to be
dirtributed among the poor people of these
two counties. The request was made after
a thorough investigation which proved con
clusivcly that further aid was needed to re-
lievethesufferingjin this county. The steam
er General Barnard, which was at our wharf
yesterday, left forty casks of pickled pork
and six'y barrels of meal, a portion of
which was yesterday placed at the disposal
of Commissioner Guy Morso for distribu
tion among those who might apply at the
Tecnth street comraisary. A large num-
ier, mostly colored people, applied and
Mayos Thistlewood and Chief Myers
were notified yesterday that a little six-
year-old negro child living in no old
Bumgard rookery, at the corner of Seven
teenth and Poplar streets, was afliictod
with srna'l-pox. Tho chief immediately
investigated tho case and found it as re
ported, the child being entirely broken out
with the disease. Prompt action was taken
to prevent any further spread of the dis
ease. The house was fenced off and pla
cated, and tho inmates given orders not
to leave the premises ut any- timo for any
purpose. Rations will be issued to them
and they will be furnished by the city with
all necessarie3,including medical attention,
during the prevailancc of the disease, and
it is not likely th.it other cases will result
from it. The building is the same in wl ich
the young negro Henry Houston, who died
at the hospital recently, was
confined with the diseaso before ho was
discovered by tho authorities.
The two small-pox patients now re
maining in the marine lioipltal station are
doing well and will both be discharged
this week. Altogether there have been
thirteen casos of small pox and varioloid
iu the city, fjnr of which have provud fa
tal. All but A SINGLE ONE of these WOTO NO.V
iiKsiDtNTiavKUMKNand this one exception
was a young negro who caught yio diseaso
on some steamboat at tho wharf. Outside
of this caie not a citizen of Cairo was
afflicted with tho first symptoms of the
dreadful disease. In view ot the fact that
other communities, which claim great su
periority over Cairo as regards healthful
neas, had a less number of cases and were
less liable to exposure to the disease, yet
scored from two to a dozen cases among
their own citizens, Cairo has good reason
to congratulate herself and can afford to
ignore any taunts on account of her sani
tary condition which may como from Chi
cago, St. Louis, Paducah, or any of her
other jealous rivals, both big and little.
Pincknryvillo Democrat : "Ono of the
officials of the contemplated railroad from
Springfield south, was in tlio city tho first
of tho week, and is of tho opinion that tho
southern terminus of the road will bo at
this poiut. Hence, it would seem that it is
only a question of a few months timo till
Pinckneyvillewill havij a through mute to
Springfield, Peoria and Chicago; and when
the St. Louis Central is completed from
Marion to Stonefort, where it will connect
with tho Cairo division of tho Wabash,
that road will have a lino to Cairo, com
peting with the Illinois Central, and also
giving Pinftkiieyville an ither line to Now
Orleans, via tho Mobile & Ohio. With all
this, tho iuturo growth and proporlfyf
our town is a fixed fact. AP. that U rn
quired to placo Piiickucyville in tho lead Is
an effort on the part of her citizens to in
duco capitat and manufacturing enter
prises to locu.tu lieru."
Mayor Reed, of Paducah, "in order to
prevent sickness and tho spread of con
tageous diseases" has Issuod a proclama
mution calling upon all citizjni to comply
with "ordinance No. 130, which provides
for the abatement and prevention of nui
sances," and in order that Ao may know
whether or not his proclamation is being
obeyed, ho requires that "within ten days
after tho publication of this proclamation
an inspector will be lent around, whoso
duty it shall bo to examine all premise,
cellars, lots, etc., and in case tho ordinance
has not been strictly complied with, report
tho same to the city court. And to further
enforce this ordinance, it shall be the duty
of tho city marshal, street inspector or any
polico officer, from time to time to enter
into and examino, between sunrise and sun
set, any building, lot, cellar, vault, privy,
outhouse, etc., which they may believe to
be in a condition not in complfanco with
the rules set forth in this ordinance."
Mayor Reed has set an example worthy
of emulation by other municipal author
ities. Tho granger clement in Michigan is
greatly disturbed at present by tlio appear
anco among them of what their organs
call "Drive-well Fiends." The ''fiends aro
certain gentlemanly appearing persons from
the cast who are in Michigan as the attor
neys in fact for Col. N. W. Orecn, of New
York, who is tho patentee- of what is
known as the "drive-well." Very few
probably ever for a moment suspected that
they were infringing upon a patent when
they caused to be driven into the earth a
tube, and to this attached a pump; but,
according to the weight of authority, such
is the case. Many, however, refuse to l
convinced, and the result is purges are lx
iog raide up to defend factious now being
brought and to be thought by the agents
of Green. Green's pattct dates back Borne
teu or twelve year, aad the novelty con
sists of "Th method whertby wter, by
the Uie of artitim' power, is made to
move with increfd rtpidity from the
earth into the shift (or tab), whence it
results thst a tube but a few inches in
diameter, driven down tightly 1 1 a water
bearing stratum of ear'b, 'Jrds an almn
pant supply of water," etc. The vali iiry
of the patent, after hotly contested suits in
the Federal courts, brought for infring
ments, has been sustained by Judges Ben
edict and Blatchford of New York, -Nelson
and Dillon of Minnesota, and Gresham
of Indiana. A suit was lately brought by
Green in the Uuited States Circuit Court,
for the western district of Michigan, be
fore II in. T. L. Withey, Judge of the dis
trict Court. The usual bill, setting up tho
issuing and validity of complainant's patent,
was filed and an injunction prayed against
Miller and others, restraining them from
using the "driven wells." The mo
tion for injunctions was final
ly decided December 15, 1881. Judge
Withey, while refraining from any open ex
pression of opinion, intimated to council
that he considered the complaints valid, at d
that ultimately the pvent :eJwou.'d be o
titled to the relief prayed, but owing to tho
hardship that would be occasioned by stop
ping the water supply of a great number of
persons pending the hearing of the ca4d
upon tlieir merits, it would be proper to re
fuso thw wtit; the more so, as complainant
would sustain no injury in the meanwhilo,
and it was required that bonds bo given
to complainant in order to secure to him
the benefit of any decreashe might recover.
Tho surn asked by Green's agents in settle
ment of cases is ten dollars per well. The
suits will bo urged with all the speed possi
ble, and in tho event of favorable decrees
establishing the vadility of Green's claim
in Michigan, of which thero can bo little
doubt, it is probable that Green will ex
tend his prosecutions over other states and
Cairo with her hundredjor more wells may
not cscapo his attention.
Mr. S. Riscnwater left yesterday for the
east to purchase a stock of dry-goods and
clothing for the great ppring and summer
trade of tho house of Goldstine A Rosen-
Judge George E. Olmsted and family
returned Monday from Olmsted, Ills.,
where they have been spending a week or
Mr. Wm. McCulloug, of Louisville, wis
in tho city yesterday and was being heart
ily greeted by his many friends.
Mr. B. L. McGco is suffering with a sort
arms, tho result of vaccination.
Deputy Sheriff Guy Morse, having ro
moved from the precinct in which ho was
lately elected county constable, has dis
carded that titlo and is exempt from
the duties of tho office.
Mr. O. W. Davis, general manager of the
Cairo oil company returned yesterday, after
several day's absenco in Nashville in tho
interest of tho company's buslnoas.
Mrs. N. E. Jacobs, of Jackson, Miss., Is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Trigg, in this city. r
Captain Thomas Tarr is at homo from
Wolfo island, "taking his periodical nap,"
Dr. Dunning suvi.
Col. Thomas O'Neal, editor and proprie
tor of Nenl's State Guzotte, published at
Dyersburg, Teun., was In the city yester
day and culled on Tub Bulletin. Tho
Col. ling shown unusual pluck in overcom
ing tho ravages of a destructive flro to
which almost all his novysppcr material
succotubed and his paper is now as large,
newsy and prosperous as ever.-
'"NO MORE II1UNDATION AT
After a short reference to the sipe water
in this city the "Times special" continues:
"How to rid the city of this sipo wattcr
which yearly accumulates while high water
prevents the sewer being opened, has for
years been a problem tho solution of which
has afforded speculation and developed
plans innumerable, none of which, however,
has appeared practicable, or else too ex
pensive to be put into execution Ono
plan recently proposed by a prominent clt-1
izen was to provido a regular system of
steam pumps, which should pump the wa
ter out as fast as it run in. The latest plan,
and one which all prominent men and
those best calculated to judgo upon tho
Hubject are approving, is offered by C'apt.
W. P. Halliday, to whom Cairo owes roost
of its improvements.
The plan, as submitted 1 1 the Times cor
respondent by Capt. Halliday, is briefly as
follows : Bjingjarailiar with tho formation
of the land upon which tho city is built,
tho captain asserts that tbo place was a
sand bar, formed by deposits from the river.
The fact is shown by government survey
bores, tho record of which the captain hat
in his office, and also the formation of sand
does not extend throughout the entire city,
but is confined principally to the northern
and western part. Tho sand is found a
few feet below tho surface soil. Below the
sand is a strata of blue clay which is practi
cally imper?ious to water. The sand strata
is from 8) to 0 feet thick, and formed in
ridges. I'p tn these tand ridges the levees
were buil', having almost an unbroken
channel through the sand, between the
high water outside and the low water in
side. The river water running through
these sand ridges to the inside of the levc,
rises to the surfce through cisterns, vaults,
post holes etc., and floods the city.- This
theory is advanced by C'apt. Halliday and
is backed by numerous government bor
ings, and bv personal experiments and ex
amination of mill hole, cisterns and the
like. The remedy is as einip'.o as the
theory of the case is perfect.
The captain proposes to dig a trench
seven feet wide at the top and Ihre-c and a
hall at the bottom, and which shall reach
through the saud strata to the water proof
blue clay bottom, a distance probablv
averaging eig'utueu feet. The dirt that is
exhumed will be kept separate1, and the
trench refill, putting in the water-proof
clay first aud packing it securely, then the
sand is thrown in, filling the trench. Thus
the same material is used, only the earth
has been transposed and a perfect belt of
water-proof clay protects tho city, and sipe
wa'erwill bo a thing of the past for Cairo.
The est'una'ed cosiof digging and refl lit g
a trench which shall surround the entire
city i'abiiut $ 1 5,000, and it is needless to
add that Capt. Halliday has the mone;
energy, philanthnphy and experience, and
will dJ as he predicts banish sipe water
Of course this plan would not apply to
other cities where tha formation is (lif
erent." If Captain Halliday's .theory as to the
formation of Cairo's site, is correct, then his
plan of excluding the sipe water from with1
in tho levees cannot fail to bo equally so.
This is testified to by a number of men in
this city wlio have had years of experience
in exploring the city's bottom by driving
wcll-t, digging cisterns, etc. As
an (instance that puddling is effectual,
tho ney gas reservoir, which wns built
when Mr. H.T. Gerould was superinten
dent of the company, may lie mentioned.
In digging tlio trench for the gas mains
lcnditiir from the gas houso to the resorvoir
the sand strata was reached at a depth
of about ten feet. It was necessary
to dig into this strata several feet
in order to lead tho main under the reser
voir, and this was found to bo somewhat
difficult because of tho water which poured
out of this sand strata, carrying with it the '
sand from under tho upper soil and csukJ
ing both sides of the trenches to cave in.
To remedy this evil bolkhoading was con
structed on either side in the trench evrn
with the tops of the sand strata; betweon
these and the sand earth, was firmly packed,
and the water was effectually excluded and
the sides of the treuch held in place. Tho
trench, to uso Mr. Gerould's own word,
"was as tight as a bottle."
Captain Haltiday's theory as to the
character of Cairo's bottom can bo easily
tested. When the Mississippi river is ldw,
tho sand strata can be plainly seen from
the river, running irregularly and in ridges,
at a depth of from two to ten feet from the
surface soil. But ia order to locate tho
ridges exactly whero they run under tho
city's levee, and also to ascertain their
thicknosf, a system of borings niny bo in
stituted at a very small cost.
That tho question of permanently rid
ding tho city of sipo -water 1 next to se
curing it ngainatatl possible damago froni
tho rivers, is an accepted fact by all citizens ;
tho iuterest arousud in 'this matter among
all property holders within tho levees is too
strong to dio quietly without seeing
tome strong effort made to accomplish this
olij ct. Homo plan must be tried; among
those offered thu cheapest, most reasonable-,
and at tho samo timo most effectual must
bo thoroughly tested and ns audi tho plan
above outlined stand at tbo head of the
list. - ' .
THE SILENT CITY OF THE DEAD.
"Wrtttea rr the Cilro TaUetln."
"AfKECTIOXATKLV JNSC11IUKD TO MltS. DR.
Ia the fr-fmed Jena of Kgrpt,
There where buret thu.bud end bloiiom,
Where tho melloukeueumi icatter, '
All their weeltlt or hurmt sown ;
Where the irrei-n bill reartbvlr lonualti,
Illfh bonceta the nnnrete red,
There, amid the ewootnit etlllBfpe,
Lies the city of our dead.
There, whero elcepe oar detr.old tether:
Treyed he, onljr, "Oh , tor rret P
riade he niTe below the srteeet,
Q. rally wevolng O'er bli bree.tt
Loving ugvn, wuieperlug, till a
Worde we prlee of all, the beat
Of hie eptrlte new born gladaeee,
Of Ms fnedom, of hie ret.
There, where Hoe onr mnrde red brothtr,
Sleepe "Our little Lammle deer;
Whore we left our "aisier riant,"
Oa that wlutur day, so drear;
Where that mluhiyhoet of lond ones,
All tu peace and quiet eleep,
Where tbo t are Jabere thorn, watching,
There, their eudleee welch ehU keep.
Where the tiny streamlet, dancinj,
Lingers, t ill, about onreet;
"Where the Wood Lark's wing le glancing-;
Whero the Weeping willow weep;
Where the greet and where the bloetoms,
Gather all the tears we shod,
All the bitter, btlsdicg madnee
Wept above our happy dead.
Where the 'ion mere htery tramping,
Crnih the purple violet, meek;
Where the winter, cold (aid heartleie,
Wrapt her mantle 'bout our feet,
There, enfolded In earth' boeom,
L-1 ue reel beelde onr dead,
Let no heart be draped In moaning,
Let no tear o'er ne be shed.
Km. A. A. n.
Cuicaoo, Ifarch ISth, 1883.
"I would not live always, I aik not to
stay." We do not . wonder, with such a
cold as yours, but there is a bright side to
every thing, and shire even for thote racked
with pain. Dr. Bull's Cough Kyrup never
fails to euro the mott i tubborn cough.
NonniPOKT, Wi., May 6, 1879.
Janice I. Fellow, Kq.
Siu:-I have been using your medicine
for over n year now and with the U-st ef
fects, I haveuaed 12 bottles of the Hypo
phosphite?, and it tins made a new man of
me, I have been ailing over six years
w ith a number of diseases, tut lung diffi
culty was the most prominent. I have been
unde r the care of a gn at many doctors, and
have taken quantities of medicine without
any apparent benefit, but- appeared to be
still growing worse and weaker until I ac
cidently came arms one of yoor circulars,
nnd was constrained to try your medicine,
and I found its fleets wcr almost magical
tpon me, and I was a rnrprise to myself
and friends, having gained to rapidly in
fleth. I remain rewctfo!ly.
LiWHK.SCK Dor AX.
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All Entire Sarctvg.
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writes a druggist. "Kidney-Wort is tho
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kidneys. If you have those symptoms
which indicate biliousness or deranged
kidneys do not fail to procure it and uso
faithfully. In liquid or dry form if Is sold
by all drugtriats. Silt Lake city Tribune
Won ms, that universal diseaso in child
hord, can Imj thoroughly cured by the use
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