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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIB0. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18,
Mk ir N. It. Thiatluwood.
IV'i-urer T .l.ltrrth.
Cli'jrf iJrDlllH. J, Foley.
Counselor VVm. B. Ollbcrt.
Marshal U. H. Meyers,
Attorney W Ilium Uei.rirte.ks.
KOAKU OF AMSliaaN
first Ward Win. McHale, T. M. Klrnbrough.
Second Wrd-.lcr lluikle, 0. N. Hughes,
ThlrdAVard I. F, Ulake. John Wood.
Fourth Ward-Charles O. Fsttor, Adoipb 8wo-
Tilth Ward -T. W. HsKldar.KrnratB. Petttt.
Circuit Jitd:;e 1). .l.lUr-; f.
t Ircull Clerk A. II Dii'l.
County Judge K. V-x i n.
County Clerk S.J. Ilu.nm.
Couuiy Att xuuy J M. l).tiiir'..i.
County Treasurer .V i ts W, Farkot.
rilii'rlll' Inliu Hodges.
Coroner 1C. Klumna , .
County Comu.ii-sioiiiira -T. w Mallldoy,
Glbba mid I'o'er .aap.
I IH.IU .UK".
CVlIKU ill'l'lr -Cruor ."t...;U .iJ l''plf
.streets; preaching flul and t-j sr.l Sunday lu
em'1) m ) 11 i u n 1 7;n ;i. tn. ; iirayer meet
InL' 'l'Uursday. :'!' " ; Soodar school, :S0 a.m
k KeV. A. J. II K.iS I'flor.
lll'lll'll Of I'll E H K iJ K IC M K (t ( K 1 coj.l
(j lour'-' nth si'eel; Hunday 7:0oa in.. Holy
Kw h'ir;' ; " Sunday uool; 10)a in.,
Mori.tug I'i ": "''J', m.. livening I'raynrs. K.
j'. j).iv .,. 'i'. K- Hea.-r.
i t::: '.' V. fMiN AHV H.UTlsf Clil'HCU
V I (' . at i -'.'i . ... i p. m.. wl : p. .
K! r-:'' w.;ol l P "J K-f. T. J- tiUotet,
II I tlKlIAN -'Hilici 'Miin ';rvn ci hab
it lii'ji l ::io r. m ; riunday school 2 p m. Kev.
fcntpl"'- i1''1 ,r
Mr I'M. lilM' t .t. tt.tl sr.d Walnut reel,
I'p nc.Mng suMmiti ll:i. m nd":W p. "
t "'-.ii'lv hrh".'! ".' I " P m IW . J . A . !cr p'lt .
J IS - iS "k I li it I A N -hh'h"i ti.'t; pn-vhlng on
s,;.,! k!, m 11 : a m and V:'Vp. m ; prayer
pi... i,.,;- .ii.,-iMt..T i ;:)'p m ; ai.dy Scbwoi
at 3 p. ft.. U-.v B. V. O- wjr, pastor.
SI .lun i! s -iUimu Catholic) Comer Cr-M
. avl W.ii.nt tr..ts: servlres Na'tbato IO:l.
!,; Sniiila) hcl.'sd at p. in ; VT)'iri J p. m.; er
tin . .-v. r dy al h la. IMv. U'llara. I'riwt
ST I'.u'KI' K S iH'.riiin ( V.hoUOi or:ir Ninth
utr-i-t tt.l VaKi:ii.-.n aveuae; -rvtc Sab
ua'h ai.d la w-1 Vtper 3 p. n.. Sunday rtch'-ol
t p. .:. rit. .-v. ry da at a m. U. M vtMPtoli
K. K. TIME CARD AT CAUiU.
ILLINOIS CENT KAL K. K.
Mali 3 o.'i a.ru
C. St. L. IN. O. K
nipri."'"' 11 :W .m
Accomdatlou .4:11 p. m
U .!-kou K "te).
Mall 4 Vi a.m I Mall
fSxoreiii" H):W a rn tKiptvpa.
lo.:j a m
tAc'modatlou 4:fOp " I
8T. L. AC K. K (Narrow (iaiino )
KxpriK lnvjfi m.m MKiprana 4::Hp.m
Accom'datlon. 1 :i f.m I 'Arcoia'datolD li.O', p m
HT. h , I MAS. K. H
tRxprom 11 :p.ro I tEipr.'. 2:s" P m
tAcrom uatioo. ;iOp m tAccom dation 11:45 a m
WAMASII. ST. I.OI H PACIFIC R'Y CO
Mill A Ki .... 4.4.'. vm 'Mall A Ex.... V:!p-m
J)aiiy cic-pt Sunday, t Dally.
MuHILK OHIO H Ft '
Mail .r:"3a. m. I Mail.........8:W) p
giprt-M 6:0i a. m. I Kxpro ...:V) p.
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest aud Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tlo Onlv Lino Itunuim;
q DAILY TRAIX6
0 From Cairo,
Maki.no Dirkot Connkotion
E ASTERN LINES.
TnAih LAva Caiho:
),) h in. Mull.
ArrtvlKir in St. Loula 145 a.m. : Chlcaeo.H i.m.;
Coi iiectin at Odin and Etilnuham for Clncin
Ji'ali, Lonlvlile. Indlmmpolia and polnta Eat.
ll-lJ a.m. Ht. 1-ouin iiml "NVUrn
Arrtvlnijln St. LoulT:05p. tu.. and conuuctlnit
for alf point
a.5() p.m. l''nHt l,!pr,,'
orSt. I.ouIh and Chlr-a. arriving at St. Loula
10:40 p.m., and Cbtciteo , :W a m
;j:r0 p.m.ClnoInniitl K pream.
Arrlvlni: at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louiarille B:'5
am- Indlnnapolla 4:i a.m. I'aio-encim by
tbm' train reach the ab:wc point 1 li to 30
11UUU8 lu ailvante of aay other route.
rv-The3 51p. ni. expreaa baa TULLMAN
BUKKI'INU CA H Cairo to Cincinnati, without
ehauRea, and throiiRU aleepera to SI. Lonla and
Fast Timo unt.
D iiwftiw.'ftvo hf tblaUiioKothrotmh toUaat.
1 llSSeii!;erS ,,fn polnta without ny delay
noon iraiu Hum .!" - - ,
nomltiK t l::irj. Tblrty alx hour in advancool
By oiner rouiu. .....
tr-For tbrotich tlrknt. and further Information,
anlllV al llllUOIB VCIIHOI unm""" .UMnv.
appiy .nil. j ii. JON K8. Ticket Ageut
A. rj. HANSON, Qon. I'"i. Atfunt. Chlcauo
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO llll
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
Kxprcia and Mall lenvea Cairo, every day except
Btniiiav, at iii;i nmr.pi..ii. m.
Accommodation arrlvea at 12:01 p. m, and do
parte at 1: JO p. iu.
EOItGE II. LEACH, M. U.
Phvwioian nnd Surtfoon.
Hnnr.lal attention imld lotba ItumnotUhlo Iroat
ment ofiiirglcal dlanaiiea, and dlHu'.nun of women
.ml r.hlMpnu .
Officii! OnUtu Btroiit.oppoelW the Pott OUlce,
HEI'ORT OK THE CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL BANK
at Cairo, lu the Htato ol Illinois, at the cloao or
October 3rd. 1882,
Loan and dlacounu $ 4.12.872 13
Overdraft , 918 IS
U. 8. bondd to lucure circula
tion - 60,0(10 no
V. 8. tiondu on hand 8,100 00
Other atocks, boiidi and inort-
. KK 76.217 43
Dim from approved ruurv
Knu : $ HH,2W) K5
Due from other National bauka lil,U W
Due from Stale hauka and
bankeri !0,1( f8-li3,473 40
Heal dilate, furnlturu aud fix
turea 25,4U0 37
Current eip.-uie aud lain
paid 6,:iM V
Premium paid Wi 50
Checka and other caah lloma..$ H.S'JS 74
Hllla of other Baoki 0,104 00
Fractional paper currency,
nlckclaind penulea 550 00
(Sold l;,4i 00
Silver 3,?7 00-21.789 00
Loqiil Tendtr note 15.O00 00 59,931 TI
Id'dcmptloti fund with U. 8.
Treasurer, (1 per cent, of cir
Total S'tW.B &
Capital Hoik paid in g Kjn.OdO on
Hurplua Fund 1,(W Iki
I'udlvided I'rofltii li,WA 3M
National hank uoteg otltatand-
Iuk 45,000 J
Individual depoaltit uubjcct to
check tJii.1M M
I)iMnaiid'.:rtlflcateiiofdi'poi'lt, 11. fW. H'
Due to othi'r National bank", ,V.1 4:4
Due to State bauka and
banker 48.B71 0:J 4M.:il7 8U
Total $782,172 13
State of Illinois, county of Alexander. .
I.Thoa. A', llallidiiy, Canhier of the above named
bank, do rolemiily pwear t h.i t the above atatemenl
la irne to the bent of my knowledge and belief. . ,
Tuoa. VV. IUlliuat. Cashier.
Subarrllied and "worn to before m tbin Dtb day
of Oct, Is-:. M.J. Ilowi.rr, Notary public.
K H. CuMNIKilllAM, i
0. D. Wit.UAkaoN, 'f Director;
U. II. Ca.vuei, i
THE KKUCLAR CAIKO AM) FADl.'CAH
p US F0VLER.g!
IIENKT E. TAYLOK.,
Leaven Paducah for Cairo Ja'iy (Sundaya except
edi at i a. in. an J Mound City til p m, Ketnrn
iUk'. L''avea Cairo at t p. m. M'tund. City at 5 p. la.
QAIUO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE -Vn STATES.
iin n,t M.in lv. .lulv 21. ani nntll further
tiotlc. the ferryboat fhrea Stata. will run as near
aa poaaibleon tue following time Uble:
,XAT8 LIAVia LI A V18
Foot Fonrtb ,t Mlaaourl Land g. entnrky Ld g.
fi:H'ia. m. 7:00a.m. 7:3ia. m.
H:3ft H:no 9:o "
10:3ii ll:0o " ll:3i) "
2:uu p. m. -J:ip. tu. 3 :0 p. m.
I.eavn Leave Leave
Fool Fourth ft. Kentucky Ld'R. Mlaaoorl Land's.
4:iUp. m. 4:3 p. m 0:10 p.m.
On lant trlploavlni Kenlu-kv Undine at 4 :30o'clock
n n, th.i ii,,,.. unit co t.. Uird. i, ,1 n t. m kIcIikt con
nection with T. fc St . L. pai'cnger train for Cairo.
r ir.l trip i d:vi a.m. leaving ;airo. hhi ctuiilxi
with T. A St. L. train leaving Cairo.
R. W. C. JOCTLYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Comnerclal Avenue
jR. E W. WIIITLOCK,
Orrioi No. 13d Commercial Avenue, bnweeo
Etihthand Ninth Stroou
HIE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Oilro. lllliioln.
71 OUiO LEVKB.
CAPITAL, JiB 100,000
A General Banking business
Co ml nc ted.
TIIOS. V. IIAJLL.IDAV.
JNTKIU'RIBE HAVING DANK.
Of Cairo, '.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
'THOS. W. HALOID AY,
W. F. Lamruim, river editor of .' Hl'i.i.ktik
and iteamhoat paxaeuznr aunt. Order for all
kludaofgleamhoat job printing solicited. Ollce
at Planter Ootel, No. M Ohio levee.
T!i Bright Light for New Orleans passed
down yesterday. Blio hud a Gnotrip.
Yesterday was a dull day especially on
the wharf. Aluo eloudy and cool and quitu
Buyestivo of preparations for winter.
The Gun Fowler lud a nw& trip yesteJ
diiy. Slxt is duo at 2 :3D p. in. to-day and
will leave on her return trip for Paducah
at 5 p. ni.
The new steamer Henry A. Tyler, built
by Capt. Turner of Hickman, Ky for the
Cairo and New Madrid trade will make
her trial trip next Wednesday. Harry Ken
nady wijl leave here the last of this week
to come out on her aa engineer.
The Ste, Genevive from St. Louis parsed
down for Memphis last uiht.
The Jas. W. Oaff from Cincinnati is due
here to-day for Memphis. W. F. Lunhdin
Passenytr a'ent, will furnish tickets at low
The Will Kyle from New Orleans is few
d'tysout, and will report hero Friday for
A very neut little lnat builtat Wheeling,
Va., and named Lind Or ye, pssiid down
for New Orleans last evening. She had a
full load and will rim from New Orleans
up Ouchita river.
The elegant Stealer Arkansas City ii
due up from Vickshurg lo-day and goes to
. Tii hih-headed, fast-flyiug punctual
City of Heleca from Memphis is due for
St. Louis this inoicmir.
The steamer Hudson leaves St. Louis this
evening for Cairo aad Shawneetowu; is due
here to-morrow eveuiug.
AN IMPORTANT EVENT.
Since Monday the Texas & St. Louis
railroad is transfer! in a cars between this
city aud Bird's Point, Missouri, aud yester
day the offices of the company here were
thrown open for the reception of freight
bound for any poiut airing the line of the
road. Monday about fifty cars were
transferred, and yesterday a train load of
cotton arrived for reshipment from here to
.St. L'iuis, via the Cairo Short Liiie.
The event will be hailed with pleasure
by thtt business men of Cairo, for it is the
signal for the opening of a splendid field
of business activity. What we wan n'JW
is an acquaintance with the peaple along
the line of the new road, aud it should be
formed by the merchants of Cairo before
others do so. A splendid opportunity is
presented, to take advantage of it is the
Mfjiley, M., Oct. 14th, 1882.
As I have been away from you some time
I thought a few lines would not be out of
place. I am just closing out a trip that
has included the counties of Scott, New
Madrid Bud Mississippi. I have found
crops as tine as any mau could ask, corn in
the above namud counties cannot well be
beaten. Medley has a site on tho Mississippi
that is charming; Mrs. L. F. Medley has
a general store here that would
do credit to our own city.
Her interests are well guarded by Mr.
Charles Hoglan and Mr. Guy Stephenson,
two as generous and fino young men as
have been tny good fortune to meet. I was
entertained by them over night in a style
that would have done credit to the "Nights
of Old." To give you an ide t of the corn,
raised in this section, I will give you size
and dimenion of a few ears, picked at
Random from their pickings: Galium, yel
low, two ears, average 1088 grains each
length, 10 inches; St. Charles, while, two
ears, averaged 1083 grains each lojj
inches, ami I found the cob to be very
email in size for so largo a specimen. Tho
people have nearly all succeeded in paying
olfthe heavy debts incurred by last spring's
overflow, and are preparing to prevent
another like occurence. They are now
building a leveo on tho bank of the Mis
sissippi seven miles in length, averaged
1 feet high. It is being built by the
fanners of this community. I leave here
for Belmont, Columbus and other points
up the Mississippi, and will be at homo in
a few days. Yours as ever,
H. W. Bohtwick.
The druggist who hesitates now is lost
for the winter. Ho should sling together
some sweet oil and liquorico and bring out
his cough euro at once. Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup does not pay him enough profit.
THE CANAL PROPOSITION.
Very little is being said in tho canvass in
this state of tho proposition to code the Illin
ois aud Michigan canal to tho Uuited States
to be voted on in November, and in somo
Quarters the character aud scone of the
proposition are not clearly understood.
Tho law of April 28, 1883, provides for
tho cession of the canal, "its right of way
and all its appurtenancnH, and all right,
title, and interest which the state uiHy now
have in any real eaiato ceded to tho btato
by the United States for canal purposes,"
for the purpose of making nd maintaining
an enlarged canal and vaier-wny from
Lake Michigan to tho Illinois and Missis
Tho condition are th tt tho United States
shall acci pt the grant within five years,
and that the canal shall bo enlarged iu f-ucb
a manner as congress may determine, nnd
be maintained us a national water-way for
commercial purposes, to bo used by
all persous without discrimination,
under such rules and regulations os
congress may prescribe. The real estate
transferred with the canal is to bo Used,
and the avails thereof applied to carry out
the obj-cts of the grant, and for no other
The act is to take effect when approved
by a majority of all the voles cast at the
general election, Tuesday, lWember 7th.
The bidlots, in so (ar as they relate to the
ennui act, shall bo in the following form :
"For the act ceding the Illinois and Michi
gan canal to the United States." If the
words lire canceled with ink or pencil the
ticket shall be counted against the act. If
a nvijority of the votes are fur the ai t the
governor Mull make proclamation lhere,
and the act U t take etfect ftom and after
the diitii of the proclamation.
The general assembly is given power to
withdraw ami revoke the grant at any
time previous to its acceptance bvongr. as.
But once accepted by congress the seltie
merit is Dual, and the property is to bc
turned over to the United S- iles govern
ment as soon ns practicable.
An effort existing without a came in
an impossibility; tickling in the throat,
hiisknc of the voice, violently couching,
etc., are the effect ot a severe cold. Dr.
Bull's Cotih Syrup cures the cold at once,
and tctii'ives its serious effects.
It matters not the uj."' of sufferers from
colds, coughs or croup, " l)r, Sellers' Cough
Syrup'" is good fr all alike, price 25 cents.
Time wen- three, or four of us Mii 'ni
gjinders at the :uue hotel in Montgom
ery, and all were ama.od at the sight of
so many colored men loafing their time
away on the tivet. The man from
Ionia County finally thought he'd make,
a few inquiries, and beckoning to a stal
wart black wlio bad spent the l.irt two
hours on the curbstone, he asked:
'Have you any work to do?"
'Not jist now," Hah."
"Have you ever tried fanning?"
"And how did you come out?"
"Mighty slim, "salt. Do white folks
down be:ih doan' encourage do black
folks 'tall." "
'Wall, in do fust place, d w's de rent
of de laud. liey might ji.-t as well
frow off de rent, but dey won't do it.
Den if I gil do land an' sot out to bor
ry a mule nobody will lend me one."
"Suppose you had u mule?"
"Den what-' would I bony a plow?
Can't raise craps unless ye ilow. Den
when I got lb; plow an' went ober to
KurtH'l White's to horrv a harness de
Kurnel wouldn't be-home, or he'd be
Usin' all de'straps he had."
"Couldn't you make it "o if yon had
land, seed, mule, plow an' hiine-ss?"
asked the Woherine.
"I reckon I might, but 1 dmino.
'Sposin de mule expired or de har
ness broke, or some nigger .stole my
"An' de ole woman might din, or ouo
of de ehiU'en git snake-bit, or it might
rain fo' weeks w'ulont a break. Tell
you what, boss, you men from do Norf
think it looks hard to see so many of us
kin' 'rotin' de towns widotit work, but
yon doan' know mull'ui 'bout de perils
of gittin' right down to hard work an'
taken' all do chances. My ole woman
says it seems like Ilyin' in de face of do
'Lnwd, tin' I reckon she's mighty nigh
k'rect." Ihlroit Fne I'ma.
Tbo Canadian Indian Policy,
The good fruits of Canada's Indian
policy were shown in :i striking way tv
week ago when a largo body of red men
met to dedicate the eouncil-houso which
the Missisagtins have erected on their
reservation. The Misslsuguas, who now
number only 'J'.'O persons, own 2,000
acres of land divided into fifty-aero
farms, and nil under cultivation;" they
maintain a church and a school, and
have !s:2o0.000 in the government funds.
Thinking that their prosperity entitled
them to tho convenience of a eoiineil
house in which to transact their Ims
iness, they erected a neat and comfort
able building, and it-ked their friends to
help them dedicate it. About lil'teen
hundred members of the Si Ni.tiousnnd
Indian delegMtes from remote points
were present. Hongs, speeches, dances,
llio music of brass bands and mi abun
dant dinner made up the regular pro
gramme, and the afternoon closed with
tho formal adoption of the wife of D'.
1'. K. Jones, chief of the Missisngua-v -Mrs.
Jones, is a white lady, and her
husband, a reoulinlyediicated phys'n inn
is a gentleman of many accomplish
ments. She was n e.'iveil into Ihulrihn
under the name of Wabimooipia, "Lady
of the Morning."
An Ingenious Frenchman, perhaps
taking a hint from the hunting of deer at
night with a jack laulerii, lowered an
electric, light iu an air-lighl globe, Into
the sea, miiiietiug u it thoiMinds of
fishes. Duals with nets cloned ill Kiid
niado u, tremendous haul.
A Woman With a Big Bonqnr.t.
A dreadful old woman, armed with a
huge bouquet of wild (lowers, was a fea
ture of the congregated life on board tin
open horse-car at the South end the
other day, says the Boston Jtntrwil, The
bouquet was a bid tling thing, abound
ing iu rugged endsot foliage and serried
spikes of flowers, which stood out in so
many directions that the affair looked
like a porcupine that had called in the
service of some good fairy and int jisolf
turned into a vegetable. When tho
woman got. aboard the car she knoeketl
off with her bouquet the hat of a ma.i
who in-.isted on keeping the end seat,
and over whose feet she had to stumble,
and after she got. herself sell led with the
flowers before her, their ends so Imhhed
about and tickled the necks of the pas
sengers on the forward seat that they
frtruek out wildly, supposing the trouble
to he due to the flies, and then glared
nl tho old woman when they discovered
the true fads in the case. And when
the conductor came along to take her
fare she laid the. bouquet down beside
her being; like all women in horse ears,
without the remotest idea of what she
had done with her ticket and a near
sighted young man who just then got in
sat down upon it, and found therein a
kecn-tootned thorn and a bunch of wet
inoss, and relired to the back platform
to rub himself furtively and dry oil' in
the sun. And all through the trip every
body was anxious to see what tho bou
quet and accompanying woman would
do next, aud a general sign of relief
went up when they finally left the ear
Piscatorial Rat Catching.
A novel mode of catching rats is thus
de-eriiiei in the American Auylnr. The
writer says thai a person having tho pa
tient f niosi fishermen can have much
sport in hooking the vermin. 'I he ware
house adjoining his place of business is
infested by these "file tails," and our
friend may be seen in the early spring
and late fall, on nn occasional evening
just after dusk, seated at the back win
dow of his counting room (overlooking
the yard of the warehouse), with an or
dinary rod in band, strong linen line
nnd a spring hook, commonly called a
"soekdolages." baited with a lump of
fresh beef, patiently waiting for a bite.
It does not tarry long nor does it con
sume itself to nibbles, but with a hungry
snap the bait is seized and the Imoks of
tlie soekdologer impales the rat, w hen
the excitement commences. A lusty
rat is no mean antagonist at the end of
a pliant pole and two feet of line, and
bis plunges, twisting and straightaway
dashes arc more perplexing to I he angler
than the leaps, surges and sulking, of
the gatney trout or bass. The rat is
generally landed after seasonable sport
and killed by a blow from a bludgeon.
In this connection we may state that
thousands of small hooks are bought by
sugar refiners for ratting purposes. The
booksare baited with small pieces of
l:i f on each, nud then dh t vilnucrt about
the building. The rats swallow the beef
and hook. The first is digested, tho
latter is not death, of course, results.
The remedy is said to be infallible.
A woman in Marietta, Ga., killed a
large black snake, and observed that
"I no live mice scampered out of the
Miaku's mouth.". The killing of the
snake did not at all alarm this brave
v.oinan. but the appearance of the inieu
chuji.'! j. . . :.i!it dead away.
Cleaning a Watch With Benzine.
This is ati interesting piece of informa
tion from the Phann Zeilung: Place a
watch, with the caseopenbut the. works
iu motion, in a vessel no that 'he, wateh
will be completely covered with ben
zine. After three hours it will be found
that, the watch has been thoroughly
cleaned. The vessel should be covereil
with parchment paper, and the watch
before it is removed should be slightly
agitated. Lastly, the watch is laid in
benzine again, but this time a little po
trtdetim oil is added iu order to lubricate
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Sfreet
F. ItUOSS. President. I I. NitFF. Vice I're.'i.i
II. VVKLl.S, Caxhler. T. J. Kcrtli, Amk'i
F. BniM Ca'ro I William K'.ik.c. .Ciilr.
1'eterNeir " I Wllliatn Wolf.... "
C.M Oxterloh " ICO. Puller "
R.A.IIudur " I II. Well
J. Y. Clemi'ou, Culcdonla.
A GB.NEIW. lf.NKIN( HL'SINKsa i)oNI5.
Exchange nold and bonijlit . Inturorl palil It
tho Having. Department . Colleriloua made and
all bulimia promplly attended to.
NEW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The ..urgent Variety Slock
in Tim: city.
(JOOJ)SSOLD VERY CLOSE
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health and avoid sickness.
Instead of feeling tired and
worn out, instead of aches
and pains, wouldn't you
rather feel fresh and strong?
You can continue feeling
miserable and good for no
thing, and no one but your
self can find fault, but if you
are tired of that kind of life,
you can change it if you
How? By getting one
bottle of Brown' Iron Bit
ters, and taking it regularly
according to directions.
Maiuficld, Ohio, Nov. 36, 1881 ,
Gentlemen ! 1 have suffered with
pain in niy tide and back, and great
eurenes, on my breast, with shoot
lug pains all through tny body, at
tended with gre.it weakness, depres
sion of spirits, and loss of appe
tite. I have taken several different
medicines, and was treated by prom
inent physicians fur my liver, kid
neys, ana spleen, but I got no relief.
I thought I would try llrown's Iron
lliui-r.; I have now taken one bottle
and a half nnd am about well pain
In side and bai:W all gone soreness
all out of my breast, and I have a
good appetite, and am gaining in
strength and flesh, bran justly bo
Called ihtkiiigtf meduir.tt,
John K. Ai.lbnuer.
Brown's Iron Bitters is
composed of Iron in soluble
form; Cinchona the great
tonic, together with other
standard remedies, making
a remarkable non-alcoholic
tonic, which will cure Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, Malaria,
Weakness, and relieve all
Lung and Kidney diseases.
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