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JOHN II OHr.m,T, Editor ami I'ublUhfi
TllWllMUT .MORNISO, OtTOIIEtt JO, 1871
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TIIK DOM.AH WKKK.V llt'LLKri.V.
I OoU li. rWrly A Co. nave reduced the nib.
nrlition prie of Hie Weekly Cairo lliillclln to
OuMlixr prriMi im, mnlilnjx It the cheapest pa
perpul'IItheil infotitliern Illinois.
For Kspre'entativ.' In Congre f.r the Stntc-al-Iarge,
S. S. HAYES.
'' For Blale Senator,
WILLIAM Or. BOWMAN.
COUNT V TICKKT.
For Treajurer.iind Collector,
.10HN P. HELY.
Tiif, Mound City Journaii calls
the Pulmhi Patriot the " Metropolis
Kdwaiid 11. Hoe lias been appointed
marshal for Southern Illinois. Mr.
Roe has been rather sore-headed late
ly, and this U n plaster that will heal
Gov. Palmer promises to tell the
legislature why he approved the canal
lien bill at the late special session. So
kind ! The governor allows us to be
robbed, and graciously promises to tell
Uiieen Gakneu, having disposed of
his difficulty with his wifo, is now at
tending to the duties which appertain
to a radical candidate for office Green
Garner for any office 1 Great gods and
little fishes 1 to what extremities have
the radicals of Pulaski been reduced !
The Gallatin Gazette predicts
the election of Hon. Win. G Bowman
hy a majority of thirteer hundred votes
Wo have uo doubt the prediction will
be realized almost. Mr. Mcr'.J is such
a very small potato, with a speck in it
that any body would be able to leave
him a long distance in the rear.
A WAti, poetically iuelincd, "sold
Alden, of the Pulaski Patriot, the oth
cr day. He wrote a patliethic " pome
on Chicago, which Alden published
It proved to bo an acrostic which read
" Alden is a damned fool." Potter of
the Mound City Journal rolls the
joke as a sweot morsel under his
Colonel Gho.sve.vor, a prominent
citizen of Chicago, while returning
his home a lew nights ago, wus shot
dead by one of the soldiers, who, under
General Sheridan, aro maintaining mar
tial law in Chicago. Ho was halted by
a guard halted on a public street, and
was shot dead, although he complied
with tho order.
The Methodists lost82)5,000 worth
of property in the Chicago fire, as fol
lows j Garrett Biblical Institute, on
buildings owned in the city, 880.000;
Methodist church block, 8100,000;
Grace church, 8100,000 ; Scandinavian
and two German churches, 815,000.
The mnount of insurance that can be
recovered is about 880,000.
1n a Lett eh addressed to tho Epis
copal convention now in session at Bal
timore, Senator Carpenter, of Wisconsin,
OYrhrnLCO.l tliA linnn tlmf flm nnnvunllnn
would not so change their creed as to
make him believe more than he does at
present. The senator's rejuest is a
reasonable one. A man who believes
in Grant should not be asked to stretch
his credulity any further.
The Germans of Texas, at the late
election in that state, voted very gener-
ally tor the democratic nominees lor
congress and turued the tide of victory
to their side. They have had enough
of radical intolerance and long-faced
religiouiBiu, and have heard, not with-
f.nt profit, the wise lessons now being
taught to the country by their great
tellow-countryman, Carl Schurz.
The Vittsuuho Post insists that
1 hos. A Scott, president of the Pecn-
sylvauia railroad company, would be
a proper iltmocratio caudidate fur pros-
01 "'"t states. The Po,t it
uuHUl in ...n u,uM,rowT, Scolu T plan proposed by Madam D. tho wo
Scott wont do. He has money euough men of a certain town were instrumeu
to buy the egislatureoftW Keyntone Ul in inducing their husbands to siuu
bMo,m it inn money could not prevail
ugunim wruui b uayuimH.
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Mayor Mason, of Chicago, was en -
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tircly uumancd by tho treat disaster
which fell upon his city. He lost tho
ability to control either himself or any
of his subordinates, and in despair
handed over the city to Lieu
tenant - General Hhcridan, who, al
ways anxions;to he consploiuout, sur
minded himself with n staff and clot
tcred about the desolate streets liko a
Tin: Ki.Kcroiis of Ohio and Penn
8VI.va.nia have determined to havo
cor 'ilutional conventions hold tho
former to reform tho judicial system of
the Mate, and the latter to make various
rcforiu, but especially to decide tho
question of minority representation.
t'udcr tins system of voting which
'will be inaugurated in Illinois next
year every voter has-a right to cuniu-
ate his vote. Kor instance he may
Thomas Jones, Thomit Jor.es, Thomas Jonep,
Tliomnn .lone". John lkown. 'JhomasJon.s.
Tliomaa Jones, ltobert bmlth, John llrown.
When Gov. Palmer, without pro
test, permitted Gen. Sheridan, and
Granny Mason to proclaim martial law
in Chicago to supercede the authority
of the city and state, he was guilty of a
great neglect of duty. Ho permitted a
precedent to bo established that may
work great mischief in tho republic.
Federal military authority will soou be
invoked to regulate family affairs in
neighborhoods, and, the time will ar
rive, unless military insolence shall bo
speedily robuked, when lovers will kiss
their sweethearts and children be born
at the word of command, given by
shoulder-strapped officers of tho federal
Hon. S. S. Haves, democratic can-
idate for congressman-at-large, " in
view of the unparalleled calamity which
has recently fallen upon the city of
Chicago," of which city he is a resi
dent, recently placed in the hands of
the doinocrotio state committee his
resignation of tho candidacy for con
gress. Tho committee refused to no
ept it; and, although the reasons
which actuated Mr. Hayes to attempt
to resign were " of the strongest char
acter, he has withdrawn his resigna
tion, and will stand. He will not,
lowever, be able to make a canvass of
tho Btate. Mr. Hayes should be elected,
and will be if the democrats of the state
will turn out and vote.
The Chicago Railway Review,
after the omission of but one issue since
the fire, has again made it appearanco
with our exchanges. Considering the
fact that it was destroyed in common
with tho rest of tho newspapers of Chi
cago and that it has sprung up again,
temporarily in St. Louis, it looks won
derfully like its old self. Wo give the
itevti'io n nearly welcome, it is one
Tt 1 .
of the best nraonir, the numerous rail
way journals now published. Its rail
road news aro always fresh and thor
oughly reliable. It is wide-awake on
all subjects connected with its peculiar
province. It will in u short time ho
issued from Chicago, where wc hope
will cuter a renowed existence of pros
The Mound Citv. Journal, a pa
per that would not, upon any account
injure the fair fame of Mr. Mertz, tho
radical candidate for senator in this
district, says he is known as Mister,
'Squire, Judge, Old Mertz and Old
Nabbler. Wherefore, then, should he bo
alsocallcdby misnomeric title of Hon.?
There is no good reason. Old Nab
bler is his most appropriate name, and
its abbreviation, Old Nab., expresses
his character to a T. He nabs all the
official pap that comes in his way, and
boasts that ho can secure the aid of all
the niggers in Pulaski and Alexander
counties to aid hi::', in his nabby busi
ness. Put tho dear old soul will bo
laid out this time, cold. Old Nabbler
will be placed quietly in his little bed.
The Increased Taxes of Illinois
this year, on account of tho great fire,
will ho over one million two hundred
thousand dollars, aud next year tho in
crease will be as great. This burden
will make the people of Southrcn Illi-
11018 Kronn and curso- 0n assessments
four t,mc3 as ,lcavy as the """'cnU
of Property in tho northern part of the
8,a,e we ur0 PyinB twico as nmch 0,1
the hundred dollars ; and now, hesides
l's sPcoial tax fr benefit of Chi-
cago, the taxation on at least a hun-
dred mQm of pr0pcrty dostroyed in
that city will be distributed over the
rest of the state and a largo portion of
it fall on us. While wo sympathize
with the Chicocoaus let us not foriret
that the fire which robbed them of
tllcir property has placed on our already
tax-bent shouldors a large addition to
our tax-burdens an additional load
that may break us down.
A Latk Massac Journal contains
an original story of which Mrs. De
Geer, not unkuown to our readers,
whatever she may be to fame, is tho he-
roiue. The story goes, that following a
the temperance pledge, all at tho self-
, ,)laC(J anJ . ... .
I bands all kissed the r wives out of
lr,ure Irnmi , ' " ' . .
1' Kooa humor. One enthusiastic
old W.i,u. . , , .. .
old-insi ted Z v T?u?. . ! T
-.nr.ui WUUUIII JO
uccr "or lie WOuld not sign tho
pledge," and that charming female,
with a coquettish " take it, you naugh-
ty man," complied, We are almost
compelled to believe this story a " fib
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1871.
of thai old temperance girl. It can
not bo true. Thoro is not thcro nev
er was and never will bo any man,
old or young, so lost to good taste and
so utterly regardless of his stomach
that ho could ask to receive in payment
of a servico that which any scnsiblo
man would accept only at the point of
the bayonet. It would requires tho
stomach of a buzzard to kiss the amia
ble scold referred to above ; it would,
During tho Crobs-Munn canvass lor
congress last year, a young man named
JJouauuc made an affidavit compromis
ing Major Munn, which affidavit crea
ted quite a flutter in tho radical house
hold. It was denounced as false and
tho democrats as suborners of perjury-
In some mysterious manner a man by
the namo of Stivers, n radical politi.
ctan of Pulaski county, got possession
of Donahue, and, having frightened
him with threats and stupified him with
whisky, induced him to make a counter
affidavit, denying tho truth of tho first.
n vain tho democrats protested that ho
had beon tampered with, Mr. Stivers
was pointed to as a gentlemen, tho soul
of honor, and a witness unimpeachable,
to prove that poor Donahue had freely
and without inducement made denial of
10 anti-Munn affidavit. Wo warned
hopublio to beware of Stivers, and pre
dicted that time would justify us in de
nouncing him as a radical bully and tho
instrument of tho radical wiro-workcra
Cairo in their attempt to
rcak the force of tho charge preferred
by Donahue against their congressional
candidate. Time has done so, and has
proven Stivers anything but the moral
angel ho was represented to be. Ever
since his part in tho Donahue affair he
has been running down at the heel.
A few weeks ago he ran away from his
home leaving a number of neighbors to
mourn his loss. He has gone, says the
Mound City Jounml, "where the wood
bine twinoth, and has forgotten to re
turn, or evon to let his near friends
know of his whereabouts. Mr. Cun
ningham, of Cairo, sold his sawmill at
Mounds Junction, and appurtinances,
under a chattlc mortgage, last Tues
day. Several creditors in this city
mourn on account of Stivers' absence,
and the prospect of ever being his
'creditors." Good bye, Stivers. Wc
knew you were a slippery cel. Uo care
ful, or you will slip into a building ot
a noose out of which you will not get as
comfortably as you did out of Pulaski
One ok the main purposes ot Gen.
Grant's administration has heen, osten
sibly, the suppression of the ku-klux.
For some five years, the people of tho
north have been regularly regaled with
tho terriblu doings of the klan in va
rious parts of tho south ; and uotwith
standing the fact that tho local govern
ment of South Carolina is radical in
every department, there is where ex
treme measures have been put forth
to suppress tho organization, which ac
cording to radical authority is the prin
cipal obstacle to a thorough restoration
of tho south to a state of law and order.
Martial law has been declared in cer
tain districts of South Carolina. As
might have been foreseen, a reign of
terror has becu inaugurated which is
infinitely worse than all tho disorders
heretofore charged to the ku-klux.
The military arc arresting citizens with
out discrimination. Many of the peace
ful inhabitants have fled before the
officers of tho law, leaving homes
and property unprotected, and the lat
ter are now a prey to the depredations
of tho negroes and lawless persous
generally. Hundreds of citizens have
sought concealment in the woods which
thoy will only leave for other and more
distant places of safety. A bloody
contest is reported between a band of
ku-klux and somo II. S. troops, and
the latter have called for reinforcements.
Here we seo the inevitable results of
martial law. Tho inhabitants of whole
counties aro excited, alarmed, the
peaceful habits of daily life interrupt
ed, homes broken up aud families scat
tered abroad. The deliberate wickedness
of Gen. Grant and his advisers is only
equaled by their folly in visiting these
afflictions upou tho mass of a communi
ty for tho purpose of punishing a smalt
proportion of evil-doors. The euro is
worse than the disease. But thero are
none so blind as those who will not sec,
and the radical party aro self-blinded
to the ruinous courso pursued
by their leaders to tho igucranco, ar
rogance and wickedness of the admin
istration, which sacrifices every thing
rather thau its own selfish and misora
For thoso who cun aitproclato such
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clus ns Slittki'ipcaro mid Ilia Times, Mod
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Creation Cathay, with Notices of Travel
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and another "On the Clwructor of Clco
patr:"tho conclusion of Darwin's Do
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Campaign; Tho Opium Trade with Chins;
Food Economlzor; 31. Thiers; Hums and
air Walter Scott; a continuation of
Patty," rind a short story, "Tho Street
Swocpor of St. Itoque," by ihosamo author;
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SIMILIA SLMILIIIUS CUIL'
HYll IrnTC'1' from the most ami
i liir-pi?ii i''inii''i"ft' ,"eee' bimpic-
C 2 .i.''''.01.1', "''"l""'! ' popular u.
.il 4 1 11 'i t In) In Li i ' . '.. . i .
fit Imriiitffis uh io tofrcn from dfino
lotlio liiMheitcomincnlnllonn from I
- tllr u- flic In 1.. cL..i.. Ii-i.i .. ,tt . ?
'I, " Worms, worm fever, wouii ml
I r.vliiir.rolioortpctliiiigol '
... . ,n ciiiiurf-ii unii
ItvaPiilvry, grilling, b'llutil .
t'tiolcrii'iiiorbus, lotnltlng! l
t.iiun-rn. coin., i,roniiiinc.r
.riir..lKln. touthiche, facp
Ilcmlnrhrs, sick hcadacln
ityniM-nsin- u.nous stoma
u.7..... ...I n,i
niumtwu uiviui. iirriuu
M,m ....... uuukii, -iiiiiuui. ijii
Mnltltlicuin, Krvslpelas, hi
Itlieiitnntlam, rlieum.uc c
. .. ,M.,,l 1..
I'llpa, blind or bleeding
Oplithlrirty, and sore or
t'H'nrcli, acuio or chronic,
Asllinirt, opprefed breathl
i:nr MIsrlinrKoa, lin-nlred
ni-rortilii enlargul glands, i
tJi-ni rHl liclilllty, physli
lroiy and senn'ty Heore'tVol
' " r..i-tiii-F iM!Knr.ll iri
.-rsoiin lldtllily, sem!
I'l pltnxt-s, wits cne livial
rry nnpnry in serious i
Wore Moil III, canker
I'rhinry Writklicaa, wet
Sftllll..l I'M.l.ul. ....I...
- ......... - v . " III. .11
Millrrliigs.-t change or lit J
i:iillriN) , Bpasms, Bt.Vltui
a..aill-riJtuii', eroieil SOTO
r:i.1 lo no lirg- lalw, inoVprr
or rosi-wooil map, rdiitnliiliitc I
1 1 I 1 1 n f. . .. n . .. .. I
..... ..... .... . ... ......a..,., j mum
i'iisimi frtmlly IsNiiltlert to, nm
. ... u. r.-t: .if ..n ......H.H.t.llUIl
rimnller nmlly and Trns i-IIiik ca
HI to ss vials noml
HpHiifli lor all I'rltittr Itlan
l.il. rn. j...Ha... . 1
.-. ' .....( nun rnr a-ri"
till' tri-atment. in vialnnml nm-i
I'ONir.l KXTItAf r
turps Uiirns. ilruisti, Uatnenesi, Bore
Throat, Hprnlns, Toochache. Karache,
ItliPUtnatiani, t.utnbsgo. Piles, lloil
Horo Kyrs. llleedlnguf the Lungs, N..
ach, or of I'iIps; Conn, fleers, Oil Hor
l'ncp, Goi., cts.-, Pints. (1 MS (J.i
heso remedipfl. rxneni Pnml1
by thn cae or single bor. are sent to a
Ihoroiihtrv, by mall or express, free
on rpcplpt ol the price. Address
l.lkl f....... . u . Ij ..... I. .....
iilij iihr.io nrj.irju
Olhre and llepot, No. fta Ilroadway,
FOK HAI.K IIV I'. (-Cltl'll, CAIItO
ITS CURE AND ITS l'REVEl
RY I)R. J. II.SCIIENCK,
Many-ahutnan tcina liuriivdirirf I
u-n i ii inpro wu nuiiiivrriaori man lam
.f known nnd indlMpuublr prurcn ioanl
TlMMMf near nml dear tit famllr and frli
I) II. JOMEPIl It. SCIIRNTIC'HHI
TItllA TjI KNTf
on1 ATallrd thf-mxelTon of till wonderf ol
cl'Mi riiri.clna. iht-r would nos. hiva twM
Dr. chenck hiu In hit own ca) pro!
iiy. i7 n n inniicinui unu uirvcuotu I
rjulckenml Into heulthful vliror. 1
In luM ttatcnvnt thi-ro It nolliloi n
iuiMii, in inu iukii ui mo iiiTauu ri
rt-prtxentntlon thnt In not u thousand til
H.tntlalt br litlnif unl tUlblo work!
theurr f the euro vf lr. bclinck'f til
U u iltuplo n it in uiifntlini!. Its hllorl
itUlit nu tirgutucut.
Ctt tu weujxm with wliicli llitj clUutl
m.iIuJr I 1V1I. Twfi tlitnl (if thn I
'I tieea.wpwt Tonltfivful lljindrako Pill
ciittumptltin orltfinato In Uf nwptla umll
ttt.nully (1l,rkrtHl Urvr. with IhU rl
iiiu uronchial tubci "yfDputlilxo" j
plomtirh. Tlitr tfmtminA tit IIih ttinrhtn
f ttte ItTcr. flcru then c;ni'i ihucultl
rnuii, una trio Mjiuiirf m, wim uii us
Thf Mandrnkn PilU nro mmiw,til of ml
turv a nou:fi friu-inn l'iKiifpn ilium i'l
Titer I ul t thn bUMU.Mrchliiif, it I
rrutcmi vi catuuK'i, but. utiiuu tuioQii
"LEAVE NO STIN IIEIII?!
Tho work of euro U now brfllnnlnff. Tl
tHjaml miiDu(leHnltn In llm buwvln nil
uunieniarj c-irini uro I'jecieii. ine nm
n clock, li wound up. UnrouBOS from 111
iij. iiiu ioujcu net ri'sounniveir, I
pdtlcnt LK'Kins to led that iiy Is welling.
A Ht'l'PhV OF GOOD nLC
rilli. porincutofl and uislmlUtvii with tl
t'hrl ffcatlon It now nrnifrt'1nkf wlthuuu
TTio Soa.w?sl Tonlr. In conlunrtlnn 1
vluuk tortureB, Dlirestlun txoonifii iln
inu cure is Mtm to uo ai nana, jnero 11 1
nutulencv, no exact' ruatluu of tuo aton
untiltii u'ti In.
Sqwcuuw ihn irrcatoKttUooit Purlflprl
pircn nyitn iridiiitfunt lathtT (o futTttrlf
hc)ifnck'n Pulnionin Hrruocfitnoa in to I
Its functions mid to liusicn and compl
vuict it i'iikti ui line) uMn ua wuri. i
r-in not bu chento1. it alkct and rln
liuculrLMl und illfs-uscd iKjrtlotis of thJ
In tho form of mbt'riiini.lt prcparca tl
I'xpvciorniiuii. unu in, in vvrj mvn u
lualadr vunquishcd, tho rotten Uirood
ivccimfed Is ri'rmrHtcd und nmilo now. I
t'Utlfnt.ln ull tho dlttnltr of ri(iilnfd Tlf I
ionn luvnjor tuo imniiuot ur iTuuaauu
CIVE.V III AS LOST.
Tho sppond thins Is. tho ratlpnts mutt i
warm rxnim l ntll tlicr irpt well ! It In alri
IHianltilo tu prpvent Inklnir cold wlu-n til
uro uliutied, but It unit bo prevented l
can nut bo etVcttMl. I'rcili nlr und r'dl
i-iti(iailr In this svctluu or tlio counlr
clans who recommend that roursu luio tl
.ill arid winter so.imn. nro all nronir.
tlpnti. ir tncir nun; uro uauiy nuc.KwIl I
I'i'c.iu.o thoy nro In tho houno thoy rd
sltduwn unlet I thcrruutt walk about trl
us much und us fiul as tlio itrpnuth will I
L.-ot uii u irood circulation of blood. The I
mii't kppp In Rood plrlts-botftc-rnilnec
well. Tins luna limit ileal to do with trl
tlti', nnu in tlio sri-ai ikiiiii to cam.
T.i ilumulr uf euro uftpr atiLh evldond
nrmslhilitr In tlio wurfit paspR. ami mill
tulnly In ull otliurs, Is sinful. Dr. hcheml
f. ...... .n .l.n l..M..I. ... I. la ..
muni iuiviiil-... .u iiiu . ..uii; v. u.a urn
will in inpo uioucii wiiruai j
Munv voars iiiru 1 was In tho fast si
rnnsuiuiitliini (Hjnrlnpd to my lied, una!
tlmu my i'lirlclun thouirht that I could I
a week i tlipn.llko u drownlne man cabl
r-iruwii, i uciiriKii unu ouuiuipu inu prepa
whlrh I nnw ofTpr lo tho tmbllc. und tha
n (iprfpit Ptiro of me. It seemed to mil
rniilil lppl them npnptnito mv whola I
Thpy niHin rliK-nod tho mutter In my lull
I would spit up iiinro tliun u pint of ol
yellow maltur every momlnn fur 11 long tl
AH soon Ul liliu ih'KUU in auiiRiuu. lujn
fever, imlns.iind nlKlit swpats ull bPirunt
uiihiiimpultv tliut 1 could keen from val
much. I soon iruliipd my ttrcnKth. an
L-rown In flnlll cvpr allien. I
"1 w-uh wi'lirlied sliorlljr nftPr my reel
uddud tho Uuctor, " men liHiklnir like I
skeleton t my welt'lit was only ninety!
ihjuiiiIii I my present nclitht Is twohunul
iwcnty-tlvo (?i)l fiounils, und fur yours 1 hi
joTt-u iiiiiuit-rrupii-ii iii-uiin. j
l)r. Schpnrk liiis illicontlnupd lif nroM
vhltn to Now-Vork und lloiton. Ho or II
nr. j. ii, Hcuuniis, jr., sun common io
llnnla ut llinlr iifflni. Nil. li North HIIlll I
riilluileliihiu, every HaturduyfromOA.M.tl
"i riO0 Willi WIBII II llloroUKIl ruiuiiiav.-m
tlui llesplrometcr will bo charged 5. Tl
lunus, una inuieius cun rcuuiir uwu
I h.iv uri. puriililii rimnl.
pirnmciPr uociurpa mo uxuci, lAiimino.. i
Tho directions for taking the modlelrl
udaptcd to tho Intelllirenofl even of aonllq
lw llin.n rilpi-llnn. ..nil blnil Niitlira wIIH
roit, excvptlnit that In soma cases tho.u4
j-iiis uro to no luseri ui hiltuubvu uv...
tnrco meoicinps neea no oiucr uccuuij.
tlmn Ihn iinuiln Inllruptlona that a(
ilmm. L-Iph fi-mitn iititinlitn. Of Vol
l,,i 1. 1. 1. ,.. I. Ilm mini M.lflMM ITS
When 'it comes, as It will come, let thedl
liur ut unco bo of good cheer. JJood oloJ I
inllows, ino couirii inoBcnn, inu jiot""
ulmtpd. In u abort llmo both of these I
symptoms nro Bono forovor. , ,,.
II. tl.lini,i,li. mmllnlriM. urn rVinitAntlV I
tens of thousands of fumllles. Asalaxal
punratlvo.tliiiMundruko lMlls urea stand!
purutloni whllu tho l'ulinonio Hrrup. aal
of coughs and colds, may ha regarded asi
pliylnctcrlo ugulnst cousumptlua to any.
I'rlco of tho Pulmnnlo Syrup and Bi
Tonic, II M u bottle, or half doian. I
Iruko rills, ti cents u box. 1 or sala by all
-uw rma acaicrs.
I. & E. GREENWALl
Flour ondOrlst Mills,
Tho "Tuppor" I'atent Crrl
MAOIIINEUV KOIl aK.VEItALT-DKPOUH